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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 30, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915093001_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 30, 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. i'UKE im.IQJOh, UN1ARNISIIED DEMOCRACY AND OQOD GOVERNMENT TWKNTY SIXTH YEAR. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 30. 19 5. 1 NUMB 26. Hand Us That $. Commercial Club Meets Tonight. JUBILEE CONVENTION. FROST TIIE 21ST. We are well equipped for furnishing your home with LSI Golden rod It in bloom. Corn cutting li In progress. Kirk Kleani Klothes. Phone 76. Cleanliness Phone 76. Is next to Godliness. 1 Plumbing, Heating and all class of tin work. Bee ui for bale ties. & Hudson, Hughes Karnau. Watch forCoburni Minstrels at Opera House, October Oth. "Pinhookers" are beginning to Inspect the tobacco crops of the county. Chestnuts have made their appear ance on the local market, the real thing, not stale jokes. Surely new fur bearing animals will have to be invented soon, If the craze for fur trimmings continues. Lost three One Dollar Hills between public square and home. Finderplease return to Mrs. J. D. Hatcher. trating. Genuine Kanawha salt. Most peneDoes not harden In the barrel. Hudson, Hughes & Farcau. 4 1 Our work is fully guaran teed and satisfaction assured. Give us a trial. 4 jj! Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. 1 The assessor Is abroad in the land, which by the way will have a tendency to cause many a man to disown his dog. The putting down of concrete pave ments continue and soon Lancaster will be one of the best paved towns in the state. 2r The Golden Jubilee convention of the Reports from several sections of the Kentucky Sunday School Association county lav thefe was frost In the low lying districts and along creek bottoms will be held In Louisville, October Reduced rate have been granted on all "ii uit? uiKni cu aepi. ust anu 4u. railroads In Kentucky for the occasion l Not of the killing variety, but frost and an attendance of several thousand just the same. Is expected, Including many delegates from this county. PROUD OF NAME Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Graw have sent MEETING CLOSES. out beautiful little cards announcing One of the best meetings ever held the birth of Garlsn Hunter Graw who In Lancaster has just closed at the came to bless their home September Presbyterian church. The Hev. Hlbsh-ma8th. Mr. and Mrs. Zimmer are very who conducted the meeting was proud of the name as It la nrmed for a zealous, consecrated christian, a the Kengarlan Hotel. forceful speaker, a man who reached the heart of every one who heard him. His sermons were powerful, convincing EXPORTERS SOLD. and showed thoughtful preparation. Mr. Luthar Glbbs last week deliver Much good was accomplished not only for the Presbyterian church but the ed to Henry S. Gaywood tor Swift & Co., eighty head of export cattle which whole community averaged 1380 pounds, and for which he received 8j cents per pound. ONE FAULT OF A DOG. This is the best bunch of cattle rais "A pusson's dog, sah. Is one thing ed in the county and one of the best shawt o" bein' de best friend he's sales we have noted. got!" stated old Brother Haws he, who was a great hand to philosophize. "In THE EVENTS OF EVENTS. health he 'joices wid yo', In sickness he sutlers, too; when yo's in jail he's wait-iSunday School Teacher: "Now, right outside de do' for yo' and children, we must bear in mind that when dey turns you loose he greet vo' between our last week's lessons and wld a yell o' welcome. He's yo' guide this quite a period of time is representand companion and friend; but, dad ed as having elapsed. During this time blame him, yo' cain't borry a dollar a very important event has taken place. ofl'm him, nomattahif yo'dess nach'ly Yes, Annie, you may tell us what it is". cotter have it!" Annie: "We've all got our fall hats." ' n' . COMING Mil Greater Minstrels SATURDAT.UCT.9 Romans Opera House Presenting: Latest Music - BIG APPLE CROP. Great bodies move slowly, but Lan caster with tho lapse of time will Install There was perhaps never raised in the majority of the Improvements for Garrard county such an abundant crop which the ladies ol tho town have ask of apples, and of such a fine quality, as ed and labored. Speed the day. this Year. It seems hardly credible Just two more months and the elec that this county should produce apples tion wilt h nvpr. tht. ritmniiltrn nratnr wMch would weigh a pound each, but will be relegated to the background, this is a common occurrence this year. anil the voter may have an opportunity Farmers have made the fruit Into vine to pursue his calling in peace, at least gar, housewives have "put up", dried, sulphured, and preserved in every way for a time. Imaginable, and yet much of the fruit There Is no way of improving a is wasting. There Is no market for the place as much as by encouraging good apples, and in many localities the fruit merchants, good schools and good peo- Is going to waste. ple to settle among you, and this cannot be done unless you spend your TOMATOES SCARCE. money at home, and boost your town. That tomatoes are quoted at five The United States will Insist on the cents each in the city market is not recall, of Dr. Dumba, the Austrian Amsurprising in view of the great scarcity bassador, and his departure on "leave tn the country of this much prized vegof absence" will be unsatisfactory. etable. Between an errly wet season, Ambassador Penfleld, at Vienna, was a later dry one, the various kinds of Instructed to m ake this clear to the Insect enemies and some kind of a vine Austrian Government. disease, the crop in this section has With the near approach of the close been an almost complete failure In jo of the excursion season, and the return far as the later varieties are concerned, of many of our colored female citizens the housewives are experiencing great from their summer trips' "across the difficulty In securing a sufficient quanriver", local housewives may arrange tity of the green vegetables for their and expect to secure the services of a pickles and catsup. good cook for the winter months. Save your money and triple your light. Enjoy the A FINE WORK. Report all Items of interest to this home comforts and conveniences afforded by Good Roads Day was observed in office. They will be appreciated and Todd and Trigg countiea last each Item will help to make the paper Christian, week with much enthusiasm. The reBuy them In the Blue Convenient Cartons, regular home size 75c. each that much more interesting. We can sult is that many mile of road have not get all the news but by your help improved, bushes and weeds cut we can get the lion's share and that been Trigg county citiremoved. is what we wish to do. We want all and trash zens are continuing their work. In news that's news. the Christian county between eight hun A week of prayer will be observed at dred and one thousannd men responded the Methodist church In this city be to the call, many who did net feel like Buy a 1916 ginning next Monday night, looking going in person, sending a substitute. forward to the revival services that are A total of rbout fifty miles of road, the to begin Monday night, Oct. 11th. All three proposed routes thru Christian who' are Interested in the salvation cf county worked souls, are cordially invited to join us. 4 and 6 Cylendar. S. H. Pollitt. FEAST FOR THE GODS. Tiie Way to Better Light HAPPY GRANDFATHER Mr. R. E. McRoberts has a broad smile on hls-facthese days that doesn't wear ofT. A telegram, Saturday, an- nounced the advent of a little daughter In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Buckner Spindle, at Norfolk Va. Lancaster will lay claim to this dainty little Miss as one of her own daughters as it has never relinquished its claim on the fond mother. HAVE FLED TO THE Funniest Comedians - FALL TIMBERS. Ten days and nights spent under the sky, in the free light of the sun by day and under the soft benlgnance of the stars at night. Ten days of perfect rest, and enjoyment, this Is the record that will restore to J. Rockwell Smith, R. L. Elkin, Saulley Hughes and Fred Friable, health, an abundance of good jokes, SOME fish stories and submis sion ta settle down at work once more. Annually these fishermen flee to the tall timbers where for ten days they do little else than teach fishing worms how to swim. Their fishing has only the excuse of a desire to amuse fishing worms and is not necessitated by any lack.of food in the family larder, as they have all kinds of food in season and out at Charity's. In f ACEY, SweeTest Singers Greatest Dancers hi I'iiI A show that stands for all that is good in Minstrelsy. A blazing of mirth, melody and exclusun-bur- st sive innovation. Most beautiful stage pictures and scenic productions ever produced will be presented in the opening scene, NATIONAL MAZDA LAMP, R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky. YEAR BOOK OF WOMANS CLUB. STUDEBAKER TOURING CAR The Womans club has just gotten out a neat and very attractive year book. The new officers are Mrs. Robert Elkin, president, Mrs. Frank Marks- bury, vice president. Miss Joan Mount, secretary and Treasurer, Mrs. John "IN OLD VENICE" A scane of dazzling splendor, beautiful electrical effects and splendid costumes. Intermingled with sparkling music, melody, mirth and clever comedy. 0 We Stanford Motor Car Co: J. W. Manager. Ml Jfsu3' Jdilliricvy n 1 H We have just returned from our second trip to the city; where we have been several days, buying a NEW LINE of the LATEST AND NOBBYIST DESIGNS With the increasing use of motor the danger to those using the streets Is growing very greatly, and every effort should be made to diminish this danger. It seems that the proper observance of other rules of the road is hardly secondary t that of keeping the speed wjthin limits, and, after some year of driving a car, it seems that careless turning of corners, even at moderate speed, Is one of the greatest hazards we encounter. This is we! controlled at those street intersections In cltiesjyhere policemen are stationed but In small towns like this, one lis to look out for themselves and go slow especially when turning corners. vehicle A bumper sweet potato crop seems probable In the county this year; persimmons alss are plentiful, and coinci dent with these facts comes the news that there Is an unprecedented number of 'Possums in the country. This is indeed gratifying news to the good old time colored man who has been accustomed to feast upon "Possum and sweet taters. Indeed we have known many epicures, not colored ones either, who were willing to pronounce n good fat possuTi, one that had feasted on persimmons, properly served with sweet potatoes, a feast fit for the gods. Stormes, Corresponding Secretary. The years work is "American Fine Arts". The first meeting is Friday afternoon at three o'clock, October first. Tho first meeting Is an address and reception by tbe president. The second meeting which Is October eighth Is presided over by Mrs. Theo. Currey, her subjects being "American Art Be fore 1828" and "The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts". On October fifteenth, Mrs. George Robinson leads the meeting on "American Landscape Read description of opening scene on page 4. Street Parade and Band Concert at 2 o'clock. Concert in front of theatre at night. Saturday, Oct. 9 th. 1L Painters." The club will meet at three o'clock Every promptly until December. member is earnestly asked to answer the roll call on October first. We IMPORTANT NEWS. are glad to state to our readers VOTE FOR TOM BALLARD. For Sheriff IN MILLINERY t Come see us. g f JToel : Sisters, Danville, - Kentucky. & t, .mtg f D A, THOMAS. It. L. ELKIN. Protect your labour and( rental by your TOBACCO. Rates reasonable. See Tobacco Housed. Insuring THOMAS & ELKIN, Agents. t A DOZEN EGGS that Mr. William Rice Amon will write To the voter of Garrard County:-I- t "Billy" the school notes this year, is generally known that the late Fresh Eggs 19c, extras candled 20c Miller wrote them last year and they Curt A. Robinson was elected sheriff H. B. Nurthcott. were always enjeyed by those interest- of Garrard county by one of the largest ed In our school and our boys, and girls. majorities ever given any man, and DIVORCE GRANTED Some may not think these notes im that George T. Ballard Jr., was his we think it is very im chief deputy, George T. Ballard Sr., In the Stanford court of last week, portant, bnt boy reads a good Mrs, Gustava Brummitt Murphy was portant If some school his father, being a partner with Mr. sing Robinson in the emolument or fees of granted a divorce from J. W. Murphy essay, or speaks well a piece, or well a song, or stands high in the class the office. If Mr. Ballard is elected of Lancaster, room, that kind of mention should be for the two years, yet remaining of the made publicly of such success, for more term, he ts pledged, and justly so, to STORE ROOM REMODELED. young'minds are Injured by the want of give the widow of Mr. RoUsBsm half cheering words than are made vain by the profits or fee of the office, which The store room occupied by Mrs. excess of such praise. as certainly belong to her as any proRella Arnold Francis has just been re an perty he left her. The truth is, an ofmodeled, with steel celling and fresco ing and Is now one of the prettiest in INTERESTING TO NIMRODS. fice is a most sacred property right, be people, the hightown. Mr. James Bourne a farmer of the Ing bestowed by the would be the gros"cathole" section of the county, while est authority, and It fishing in Dix river last week caught a sest injustice to tUprive the holders of MRS. KELLY IMPROVING. property of their right. It is black bass of the "small mouth1 such Mrs. Webb Kelly, who has been 111 variety, which be avers weighed four not believed that the voter of Garrard of of typhoid fever for about seven week. pounds, and as Mr. Bourne Is not a county will overlook the principle Is reported as gradually improving and fisherman, and his veracity ha never justice and equity In this race. If the her ultimate recovery Is confidently ex been questioned on general subjects. office belonged to Robinson and Ballard deatn, the reMr. Robinson pected, we accept hi statement a true, tho'we before the term belongs to Ballard would surely have liked to have seen mainder of Mr. Robinson's widow. the fish. Mr. Bourne was using an and ANNOUNCEMENT CARDS If the voter will calmly consider ordinary hand cane pole, and a time Dr. and Mrs. A. 3. McNee have sent honored "shiner" minnow. HI catch this, a a matter of right and justice. out card announcing the arrival of enthused the local nlmrods and many they will not recall or revoke what they Theodore Jackson McNee August 6th have visited the particular bole of water have done, and Tom Ballard will be at their bom In Clinton, Mo. The It tince but no further catches have been elected by an overwhelming majority. Fair Play. Adv. cord extend congratulations. teporttd. WANTED 5000 i ic 3i i c G. M. LYON'S BUSY GASH STORE FULL LINE OF MENS AND BOYS Suit s.Sliofis.Hats, Caps for Ladles, Everything new and and Children. Also the largest line of ever shown In Lancaster. up-to-da- te MIL-LINER- Y Give us a Call. G. It M LANCASTER. 11 LYONS. II KENTUCKY. IC IC Page 2 STREET CLEANING LONG AGO Recently at one of the luncheons of the City Club of Philadelphia there was read an extract trom the of Henjamln franklin which The Central Record, Thursday Sept 30, A town that never has anything to do In a public way, is on the way to the cemetery. Any citizen who will do nothing for his town Is helping to dig before and after each meal will relieve you. Sold only by u 2Jc the grave. A man that curses the R. E. McRobtrU town furnishes the Collin. The man who Is so selfish as to have no time from his business to give to city af HADE IN AMERICA fairs is making the shroud. The man According to news articles in th who will not advertise is driving the New York papers, a steamer just land hearse. The man who Is always pull ed from Rotterdam has brought a full ing back from any public enterprise ship load of jumping jacks, pop guns. throws bouquets on the grave. The yellow haired dolls, armies of lead sol man who Is so stingy as to be howling 1915. BOURDON nOG CHOLERA REMEDY tt rititrovt dlHtw term. mUtl tin bow.1i, sitli dlttition timet holt to litltn qiiKiif. I'M it in lh fttd and drink and tour hM will Miif h"i cholr., Coiti only Sc. j a month for each hr. mn wan itnui mrv in sn, si. rutin Hi tin tnr hen ihii mditin At aii uruccitia fiar j.nd Ifro thm Irtfl from wormi and s v Lot told us the same story distress fitter eating, gases, heartburn. A Yes Many People FUNERAL PROCESSION. WHEN KITTEN SNEEZED BRYANTSVILLE Miss Mattie CoulUrwas In Lexington last week. Mrs. R. I. Burton spent Ssturday in CHOLERA, WORMS. COUGH, THUMPS. Trtrtntt and Curtf iJ diers, Noah's arks and various other toys from Germany. These toys will be purchased by Americans for Christ' mas gifts for the children of America. Why is it that wo In America cannot make such toysT Why is It that we do do not begin to teach the children to play with American toys, so that when they are grown they will be habituated to the use of American made goods of every sort? Why should we begin to teach the children at the most Imprcs sionable age that what Is made in Eu rope is better than what is made in America? If there is to be a campaign for "Made in America" is it not best that that campaign should be' begun BIG CIRCUS COMING during the childhood of the oncoming generation? Why teach them that we THIS WAY SOON." c innot make toys in this country and The Darnum and Bailey Greatest so lead them to believe that we cannot make the important things for grown Show on Earth will exhibit at Richmond people; on Friday Oct. 15, and this good news is being heralded everywhere by the many agents of this, the biggest and A REPLY TO COUNTRY foremost amusement Institution in the SUBSCRIBERS LETTER. world. The Barnum and Bailey Circus has always been the largest that trav In reply to Country Subcriber we els and this season the management would like to say in justice to ourselves, has found it necessary to add many we not only boosted the Dixie Highway, more cars to their trains In order to but the Boone Highway and we will al provide for the great equipment. It so state we will boost any and every requires 85 double length railroad cars highway that we can get to come thru to transport the big show. 1290 people Lancaster. The citizen that is ashanv are employed, there are 700 horses, 40 ed of the town and county in which he elephants and a menagerie of 110 cages, lives should move out. 480 world famed artists take part In Now In justice to the sarcastic criti the greatest circuS program this world cisms on our court house this subscriber has ever known, is evedently not acquainted, with the A fitting introduction to the wonder work being done on the interior of this building. ful performance this year, is the Limited by $15,000 which of the new, magnificent spec carried by bond issue, this amount is tacular pageant, "Lalla Rooke" In being judeciously and economically ex which nearly 1000 characters take part pended by Judge C. A. Arnold and the In the circus proper, which Is pre fiscal court, and when completed we sented in three rings, four stages, the will have one of the most modern and hippodrome, and in the dome of the convenient court houses in the state. largest tent ever erected, ISO perform- considering the amount expended. As ers from every nation in the world take to the stone pillars, we believe the fis part and present a vastarray of foreign cal court will try in every way to carry features entirely new to America. A out the will of the people at the same wonderful trained animal exhibition is time the people must bear in mind it is given by the Marvellous War Elephants, only 15,000 not 150,000 that is to be ex Pallenberg's Wonder Bears, Madam pended on these improvements. As to Bradna's Angel Horses, Thalero's Dogs, the truthful remarks about the Park Ponies and Monkeys, and the Barnum we will say we think the country sub' and Bailey Statue Horses. scriber should feel the same interest Great interest Is already being shown and pride in it as the town subscriber in this neighborhood and great crowds does. Already over five hundred do! KY, lars has been subscribed by town peo will no doubt go to RICHMOND for the biggest and most enjoyable ple, and is our country friend Is really holiday of the year. Everyone Is ad- ashamed for visitors to pass thru, here vised to get an early start in order to Is a chance for him to prove it and be there in time for the parade which start a country subscription paper. We starts promptly at 10 A. M and which will say again we are sorry the Dixie is said to eclipse anything of Its kind Highway did not come thru Lancaster, ever before attempted In the history for we are proud of our school, proud of our court house, proud of oar good of circus business. roads and proud of the fiscal court that helped to make these things possible. QUEEN OF JUNGLE LANE. A splendid number of the ALL NEW company of Coburns Greater Minstrels was laid to describe the first Instance of street cleaning by contract in Philadelphia. Tho Incident Is Interest Ing also, however, Is illuatratinR citizen in its original simplicity. "One day," Franklin wrote, "1 found a poor industrious man, who was will- ins to undertake keeping the pave' ment clean by sweeping it twice a week, carrying ofT the dirt from all the neighbors' doors, for the per month, to be paid sum of by each house. 1 then wrote an J printed a paper setting forth the advantages to the neighborhood that might be ob tained by this small expense. . . . sent one of these papers to each house, and in a day cr two went around to see who would subscribe and agree to pay these six pences; it was unanimously signed and for a time well executed This raised a general desire to have all the streets paved, and made the people more willing to subscribe to a tax for that purpose." The Surver. Lexington. Dy IZOLA FORRESTER. iisfwWSBiaWWitWiyi by tho McClure Newspa per ornoicaiM Kitten had been put to bed. She was wide awako and fairly tingling with excitement, but officially It was (UopyrlKlit, MIS, hard times, preaches the funeral, sings the doxology, nii thus the town lies burled from all sorrow and care. THE TOWN YOU LIVE IN. Stand up for it. Think well of it. Speak in its favor. Encournge its industries. Patronize its merchants. Hurrah for the enthusiastic. Cheer every live enterprise. See all that is beautiful In it. (Chant praises to the good It possess es. Sing of ts wonders, you'll kind is has some. Love it, stick to it the town you live in. Welcome Improvements, stagnation's a sin. Praise it and laud it if you wish thrift to come. KENTUCKY ROAD BUILDING. In the matter of road building, Ken tucky has not only waked up herself, she is waking up the rest of the South. It's a new and a pleasant experience. More than that, Kentuckians have put it squarely up to the Congressmen and Senators from other States as to wheth er their interests in road building is labial or real. If it Is real, they will do their part in the enactment of a law granting Federal aid and supervision in the building of interstate highways. just as Kentucky, Ohio and other states grant aid and supervision in the building of intercounty seat and intertown-shi- p highways. There is nothing like visiting to promone neighborllness and good fellowship. And these days there isn't anything that facilitates visiting like an auto and a good road and a smile of cheer and friendship along and at the other end of it. Modesty alone compels us to refrain from mentioning what Lancaster alone has to offer the tourists in the way of good roads. Just wait until we get our Park, and many a tourist will ride over our good roads and quench his thirst at our fountain. PAINT LICK Hudson, Hughes Farnau. Mrs. E. H. Walker spent several days in Louisville the past week. Miss Mattie Wiley, of Point Leavell, is the guest of Mrs. Betty Griggs. Paint Lick played Point Leavell here Saturday afternoon defeating the visiting team at a score of Messrs Gibben and Rippetce, of Louisville were week-enguests of Misses Alma and Mary Lear. Mrs. Jane Faulkner White, of Rich' mond, was the guest of J. Wade Walk er and family the past week. J. A. Coburn, greatest minstrel of all. at Roman's Opera House Saturday Oct. 9th. Street parade at 2;30. Misses Margaret Cook and Minnie May Robinson of Lancaster were week end guests of Miss Mary May Walker. Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Haynes, of Hillsboro, Ohio and Miss Sue Shelby Mason of Lancaster, were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Walker on Monday evening. Quite a number of ladies met with Mrs. E. C. McWhorter on Tuesday afternoon to make clothing tor the Ball children who will shortly be sent to tho Glendale Orphanage. The protracted services at the Uar tist church closed Sunday. Rev. Duke who has had charge of these services left Saturday for his home in Somerset. While there was only one addition to the church during this meeting, the whole community has been helped by the simple, earnest gospel message thiy have received through Mr. Duke, & 11-- 1 d - S;e us for bale ties. she's tiled all others she's now the learned her lesson sticks to Calumet. "Unequalled for making Wonderful leavening logs. and ralslntf qualities uniform results. Mother says Calumet u UK moat economic. I to bar port to cm. Doughnut 1" "Any time vou want real goodies use Cslumet Biking Potvderl My mother uses it Koctlrad lluhut AwvtU Vu Cml Sl r I Utr tm 1W4 Cm Trrlmoacc. ChdjpandWgcanBaldngPowdsrsdonot save you monsT. Calanistdoes It'sPot f..,H.un,liw an. r mill? anil mniim. twjwwi IDU W this season, elaborately staged, with special scenery, electrical effects realistically costumed, and presenting the entire company, is THE LOST RIVER IN JUNGLE LAND featuring the Novelty Entertainers Cameron & Toledo' introducing the commedians in burlesque nt national characters, the whole produced and staged by Charlie Gano in his happiest vein of political satire and up to the minute subjects of interest. Opening with recrimination and political satire between Teddy Bare Boozeveldt and the Hon. Wilum Jinsl- ing Blyan, on the Lost River and other leading topics to the present moment, the scene switches to the heart of an African Jungle. Weird music singing birds and jungle noises awakes a monster dragon who appears and is Chief shot by the migthy hunter. Umbigigii and his Zulu warriors in war dress shields, appears, and acouter- ments appear, true to life. Princess Oola Boola Queen of the Zulu's in song's danobs, etc, accompanied by the war riors, comedy situations, recrimination between the political opponents and their satelltes, providing the vehicle for the most ludicrous situations, cul minating In a grand climax, chorus, and curtain on tho most enjoyable num This ber tor thi entire performance. is not the ordinary "afterpiece and slap stick comedy number" of the; average attraction, but introduces the best efforts of recognized performers of ability. Possesses merit, originality whirlwind fun and humor far superior to anything ever before attempted by this well known company. Don't forget the date Oct., Uth at the Romans' Opera House. A great show. The newest biggest and best company I have ever had" Is Manager Coburns guarantee for tho big fun show Oct Uth.. at thu Romans Opera House. From parade to the last act in this guaranteed attractions Coburns Min strels is absolutely a new show and new company. costumes, New people, scenery, acts, songs, jokes and musical number. The Olio or second part of the performances alone Is the best line of novelty and meritorious specialties and numbers the company has ever had. The beautiful First Part "The Palm Beach Club in Old Venice" with its novelties and new songs, dances, and musical numbers Is alone worth the the price ef the whole show. Seats on sale at Mcltoberts Drug Store. -- Assist Your Stomach To Get Rid of the Poisonous Gases and Fermenting Food. A zood long fast will do this sometimes. A trip to the mountains. Tramping:. Houghing It. Yes, very good remedies. Hut are you going to avail yourself of either one of these No? Then the next remedies. best thing Is to try a bottle of Peruna. Take It according to directions. Tou will have a natural appetite. All gas and fermentation In the stomach will dis- Ballard of Lancaster, visited relatives here last week. tucky, bpee lal Course and Review Courses, Tuition Don't forget Coburn' Minstrel nt Two splendid dormitories, new Free to ApiHilnlees. Roman's Opera House Saturday Oct. 0th iiio.II school, new mantisl training building, practlee ichnol, department of agriculture, n well equipped See street parade at 2;30 in afternoon, svninaiituui. Itomeitlo Science. First Term brjfbis Septenilwr 7. Second Term Norenilier 10, Third Term Messrs J,-Williams. J. Hogsn Hal January ZV Fourth Term Aprils, Summer School opens lard and Noah Marsee, Jr, will attend June II. Catalogue Free, j, u. rn.ltlllK, rmMi, the Bankers Convention at Frankfort. We handle only genuine Kanawha Salt, it Is the best Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Becker continue to Improve at the Danville Hospital and expect to be able to return home in a few days. Misses Winnie Kirby and Josephine Mitchell of K. C, W. Danville, were guests of Miss Cecil Bowling from Friday until Monday. Mr and Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard enlaughed, tertained with n course dinner Sunday Still, sho had a great deal of respect elegant new home'Tine Crest". for Jeanne, and tonight when she at their reached the front suite she was sur Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. W. T. prised to find It empty. It really was Woolfolk, Misses Anna Lee and Mar- pleasant In a way to be undisturbed. guerite Woolfolk, Mr. and Mrs. II. L. She tiptoed about, admiring gift after Elder of Lexington, and Mrs. E. H. gift until all at once sho heard some- Ballard, Miss May me Ballard, Mrs. V thing strange. It sounded llko some J. Hogan and Bryan Italian!. The in body outside on the long roof ot the vitatlon list included only relatives. stucco veranda, somebody creeping home bargains, which arc , It acheittsm along over tho tiles. the best bargains. Kitten never stopped to Investigate, BUCKEYE She just flopped right down on the all the home news and works for It has floor and rolled under the bed out ot Miss Pattle Long is with her cousins. sight Downstairs they were dancing Miss Sallle and Attress Noel. the home town all the time. now. Kitten kept still, for Jeanne had Miss Bessie Holland of Cartersville come Into the room and crossed to the window, where the nolso came vas the guest of Mrs. John Land. from. She unlatched the screen noise ' Miss Ora Prather of Lancaster is lessly, and a man climbed In. They with her cousin Miss Lucinda Carter. spoke In French, and Kitten did not See us for bale ties. understand, at all what was said, but Hudson, Hughes Fatnau. Jeanne stood by the bed, so near she Mr. Hiram Ray sold to V. A. Lear of might havo stepped on yellow curls almost, and tho man was Angering the Lancaster, two fat cows at 5 centr lb, jewelry and stiver. OF LANCASTER. Miss Nancy Long of Madison is Kitten held her breath as they spending the week with Miss Agnes passed Into the next room, and then It Miles. Capital Just had to come. She sneezed, a Misses Lucinda Carter and Ora Prafunny, sneeze. A. II 1EN1IY. President Jeanne hurried back, alert and ther spent Sunday with Misses Minnie J. E. STOKMES. Vice Pres't. startled. She listened at the door, and ar.d Louie Brown. spoke In a whisper to the man. Then S. C. DENNY, Cashier. Mr. and Mrs. Thomps Hill and chill she opened a closet door, and be went dren were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. K. 1 JliBRY. Ass't Cashier. J. I GlU, In as she told him to. Jesse Hill Sunday. When Kitten stuck her head out. Don't fail to hear the famous J. A. was calling Jeanne, and Aunt 'Stasia Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. she hurried away to answer. So, with Coburn Minstrel Band on the streets, out stopping to think much about It, Saturday afternoon Oct. 9th. WE SOLICIT YOUlt HUSlNESS. Katherine sho was always 'Katherine Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles and daughon great occasions Just stepped over ter Miss Agnes and Bro. English spent Samual I). Cochran, Alex It. Denny. J. 11. Posey, J. E. and turned the key In the closet door. Tuesday with Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill. M. Dllott. Directors. Stormes, S. CDenny, J. L. Gill. Dr. It was one of Jeanne's favorite pun Don't forget Coburn's Minstrel at ishments, this shutting persons away In closets and turning keys on them Roman's Opera House. Saturday Oct, to keep them out ot mischief, only she 9th. Big street parade at 2:30 in afterhad not thought she would dare do noon. It to a grownup. Only, ot course, she Mr. and Mrs. Lcm Teater, and Mr. had forgotten to turn the key. So and Mrs. Tom Hicks of Bryantsville, Kitten did It for her. The doorknob were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kemp AT AUDITORIUM OCTOBER 30TII turned cautiously, and again, and Walker, Sunday. again, but the captor turned her shoul Mr. and Mrs. R. 8. Brown have reIt is with unusual irterest ami pleasure to the public that we are able to ders away resolutely. Discipline had to be maintained somehow, and he turned to their home In Winchester af announce the thirJ annual Garrard County School Fair which will be held in certainly had been mussing up Le-- ter a stay with their parents Mr. and in this city at the graded school Auditorium, Ssturday, October 30th. Liberal nore's presents awfully. premiums Mrs L. F. Brown and Mrs. Walker. will be offered In every class and it Is expected that the exhibits And then thcro came the sound of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Bradshaw and will be larKe and creditable to those taking part In these contests, A complete .feet on the stairs, and laughing girl children, Mrs. Ira Teater, Messrs C. J list of the prizes otlered ami the entire program will appear in the next issue voices. Lenoro was leading, holding of the CENTRAL KECOIU). For the benefit of those who expect tn take part up her white satin skirts about her Davis, Henderson Whittaker and Miss in these contests nnd that they may begin thele preparations now, we give as they chased her. It was time for Barbara Gulley spent Sundsy with Mr. " a list of tho classes to be competed for. the going away, and the one who un and Mrs. T. O. Hill. 1. Ilest Exhibit ot Handwork from first and second grades. pinned the bridal veil would be the Mr. Louis Soper and sister Miss Nora Heat Exhibit of Handwork from second ami third grade. first married that year. and Mrs. Mary Dickeron and daughters Dent loaf of bread. ' I!ut when Lenore saw the dignified Misses Jennie, Katie Matt and Mayme Ileal six beaten biscuit. little figure in the white nightgown were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram standing with her back against the Ilest glass of apple jelly. Ray and family Sunday. ' closet door, she stopped short and Most twnsible kitchen apron. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Bogie and daugh gathered it in her arms. Ilest embroidered towel. "Why, blessed Kitty Katherine, ter Miss Minvil, Mr. Tom Chesnut and Uest dressed dul1 by child under 13. whatever Is the matter?" she asked. sister Miss Mary of Marksbury attendIlest bird houne, grades' 'J to 12. got him locked In here," said ed preaching at this place Sunday and "I've Ilest model farmgate, grades 6 to 8. "Until Jeanno were guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. the Kitten, firmly. lleti exhibit of Manual Training. comes back. He was going to take all Miles and family. Ilest rapid calculator, oral and written. your presents, I guess, Lcnore." 112,. Ilest siieller. Lenore rose and looked about, ber Ilest relief map of Kentucky. face puling. lfc "Girls, call father and Andre, ilest declamation, grades 1 to 7. please," she said. "There's a burglar Ilest oration, grades 0 to 12. here." Ilest exhibit of 10 writing books. At tho door stood Jeanne, ber dark Best essay on "How to Exterminate eyes glowing, her Hps compressed. V), Ilest booklet on "Home imitation". Without a word, sho took In the whole '' Ilest bushel of corn. scene, and threw herself at the closet Hest 10 ears of corn. . door, striking blindly at Lenore and Ilest judge in seed corn, "Thediord's the others. Hut there was no key In Heat collection ot wood from 10 forest tree of Kentucky. It. Somo ot them held Jeanne, who Is the best medicine Premium to school bringing highest percent of census enrollment. Trustee was sobbing hysterically, and Uncle counts same as 2 pupils, lever used." writes J. A. Broderlck ordered everyone downOutsldo tho Kitten heard Ilanner to school winning most premiums. stairs. Steelsian, oi Paltonvllle, Texas. whistles blowing, and wondered what "I suffered terribly with liver that was for, but perched high on Andre's shoulder, sho gave up the key troubles, and could get no relief. &LtMM.a nI and allowed herself to be borne downrnuticci i u usury Htssacra The doctors said I had stairs with the bride and bridesmaids throng and all the startled, white-faceI could not work 4-11it -44 ' of women and girls. all. Finally I Wed "However did you do It, Kitty KathCURES erine?" asked Lcnore. after it was over, and tho police bad taken Jeanne THEDFQRD'S Cholera. Gaoes. Limberneck. Roud. Canker. nwnv. unit hap f nil. ;s"c"0i:.0.u0?r. Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry sweetheart "You've saved all of my dwtl Wtd I'WM UinCxnt.DwUn.Kir..uni "Om diop U,Rcii 4.IM4 gifts tor me, you wonderful mite. How Cbkkra UU lh WMUdMNIN U cUci DMMUy. Ilil It U.I Cf WIN t hTfl f ftl wnl. did you do it?" Mfg. ttd Gatrultco' by J. Koto. Crame, Binbtswn, Ky, Prkt SOc t ill Dro&liU. "I Just sneezed, and scared him, so OLD uv he hid In the closet, and I locked E. McRoberts, Druggist, Lancaster, Ky, him in." understood that small persons under ten, even if they had been flower girls, should not remain up during tho re caption after the wedding. And she had wanted to sco all the presents laid out in tho front suite upstairs, so very much. She sat up In bed and listened. Everyone waa down on the first floor, in the long reception rooms. Sho slipped out Into the hall, and peeped cautiously over the balustrade. The coast seemed perfectly clear. And yet sho heard Aunt 'Stasia gtvo explicit Instnic tlons to Jeanne not to leave the front suite during the entire evening, Kitten didn't like Jeanne. She was unsmiling and cross no matter how much ono smiled at her, and her eyes were gray and somber, with heavy. dark brows and lashes. Aunt 'Stasia said she was a very able and reliable maid and tried to lnduco Lcnore to tako her away on the honeymoon. Why, mother, darling. Id just as soon engage the obelisk," Lenoro had Mr. and Mrs. Win. Lear of Lancaster with Dr. and Mrs. II. C. Rose. Miss Helen Williams continues to Im prove after several weeks Illness. Mr. Virgil VanArsdale of Paris Crosi Ing Inl., spent the week end here. Mrs. J. E. Bryant of Lancaster spent the week end with Mrs. J. W. Itrysnt Mrs. John Ballard nnd Mr. James nOLKDUil ILXJiXUl LUHMni, Lctiatfioa Sold in Lancaster, Ky., by J. R. Mount. Son & Co. dit. TMJl uhm r MM RICHMOND, KY. A TRAININll SCHOOL. I OK TEACHERS ratines IrailiDi to Elementary, Intermediate aifd Life put Certiorate. Valid In all Publle Schools of Ken- I X. A Time Saver A Money Saver A Public Servant IS THE HOME PAPER THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. Surplus 30,000. r. V SCHOOL FAIR ' w 1 Now Well Black-Draug- ht th,IV. R 4u a I nArrh-ltmhl- BLACK- - appear. DRAUGHT to-d- Read what Mrs. Emma Dell, Box 20 Fort Pierce, Florida, was taken suddenly tays i with swelling of the stomach and bowels, and great distress. Very painful. Three doctors gave me no relief. Could not eat any' thing. Everything soured. I was starring to death. I began taking Peruna and was soon strong enough to do work. After taking fire bottles I can truth' fully say 1 am well. I gained tweoty pounds." The Verbal Nuance. The Evening Post loves the vorbal nuance. "About fifty housewives," It says, "and six brides beard tho talk.' New Yqjk Tribune. and to my surprise I got better, and am as well as any man." Thediord's Black-Draugis a general, cathartic, ht 5 1- -2 per 1- -2 per el. 5 Years 5 If you Loans made on real estate. need cheaper money on long time, see me about it. G. B. Swinebroad, vegetable liver medicine, that has been regulating Irregularities of the liver, stomach and bowels, lor over 70 years. Oct a package today. Insist on the genuine Thediord's. 0 - Protect your labour and, rental by Insuring your TOBACCO. Rates reasonable. See I Tobacco Housed. 9 THOMAS & ELKIIV'. Aufciits. D. A. THOMAS. It. L. ELK1N. I I Lancaster. Ky. 3. KIPLING STONE Ji. "I The Central Record, Thursday Sept 30, 1915 SEES AGE IN Page 3 DESCRIBES All METHODS EUROPEAN OF WAR edge or belief. He who was altogether such a one as ourselves goes forward simply and even lightly to height we thought unattainable. Though ho Is the very samo comrado that lived our small life with us, yet In all things bo has LIFE SAVERS ARE Battle Sleep RAID Somewhere, O sun. some corner there must bo Thou vlsltest. where down the strand Quietly, etlll, the waves go out to sea From the green fringes of a paatorai land I j Deep In the orchard bloom the roof trees And through the apple boughs abov great COAST GUARDS TOO Service Becomes a Part of 0NJ.0ND0N Or. J. S. GILBERT. Re- Line of Trenches Erected by Man Precisely as In Pre- Men and Women of Franco Steeled to Win No Family More Than Contempt of Death. So It Is with France today. Sho has discovered tho measure of her soul. One fees this not alono in the It is moro than contempt of death In tho godllko preoccupation of her pcoplo un- Haddon Chambers Tells of markable Theater Scene. OFFICE CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. Office Phone C9 United States Navy, RIFLE PRACTICE NECESSARY historic Times. Escapes Suffering. Balew li prattnted th sixth and theso are Irregular but one doesn't caro to contemplnto It; It regular, there last of articles from the pen of Rud yard Kipling under th general aro still n few counter checks. As a lltla of. "Franc at War on tho Fronsergeant at a railroad station said when tier of Civilisation," describing th ho bellied ns out of an Impasse: lmpraion of a visit to tho fight"You will reallzo that It Is tho most ing lino In Franc. nndesirablo persons whoso papers are KIPLINQ. By nUDYARD most regular. It ti their business, you tCoprrlaht. Uli. by th Bun rrlntlna- - and see. The rommtssary of police Is nt futtlahlns; aasoclaUoa. tho Hotel do Vllle. If you will come linn," said Myself, "T1113 b tbo end of Uiotho kindest along for Uio llttlo formality. My God, the staff officer, I used to keep u shop In 1'nrU. and most jmtlcnt of chaperons. those provincial towns aro desolating!" tot-tre- e ' It buttressed Itself on a He would havo loved his Parts as we among tho bill. Bcjotul that tho found It. Ufo wqs renewing ItMlf in silence was moro awful than Che raised the streets, wIkwo drawing proortloii Peonoise of tho business to tho westward. one could never notice licforc. !n mileage on the map tho lino must ple's eye, and women's cseclalljr, miles. In ac- seemed to be set at a longer range, a be between 4U0 and M tual trench work It Is many times that moro comprehensive gnie. Ono would distance. It Is too much to ace at full hove said they coma from the un or length. Tho tnllul does not readily mountains, where things are few- - and break away from tho obsession of Its simple, rather than from bouses. entirety nor Kriu Its detail. Ono Ileot of nil. tliere wcru no foreigners. tho thine afterward as n white The beloved city for the first time was but Bnsh uoruilni; oil iictim Tniiice French throughout, from end to end. Intolerable sound mill I'lihbt It felt like coining track to an old nuder ceaseless blasts of whirled dirt. friend's house for n quiet talk nftrr be Nor b It any relief t It se oneself of Motors. had got rid ofu uoiiM-fu- l among wildernesses of I'illiu. ti'lilng. The functionaries and the police hail coucrrtlng, wire v.urfc or lie dropped their mask of otllclnt pollte- tltntfrlng. calculable lunnlltlr of soil thrown n( ness nnd weru Just friendly. At the raw to the light auil clouted by tho hotel nn like school two days before chancing seasons its the miburled denil tbo term begin-t- he Impersonal vnlct arc clouLed. of the set two franc and chainU-rumlYet there are no wurds t glo tho smile nnd the nnR-mllnhead waiter essential simplicity of It. It Is a rain-jialuid given place to one's own brothers ut un by roan sgalnst tho U'ast, and sister full of one's own anxieties. precisely as In tho stone age. If It Zvery Family Feels War. coos, all that keel's u from tho beast "My son Is nn aviator, monsieur. I cues with It. Ono revs this at the front could havo claimed Italian nationality as clearly as ono sees t!ie Trench for him nt the beginning, but ho would behind tho German lines. Sometimes the peoplo steal away from them not havo it. ltoth my brotliers, monand bring won! of what they enduru. sieur, are at the war. Ono is dead alWhere rlllo nnd linyonet serve, men ready. And my flnnrc. I tiat o not Iieard use those tools atone tho front; where from him slnco March. He is cook In n the Lnlfo glrcs lietter results, tbey go battalion." "Here Is the wine list, monsieur. Yes. In behind tho hand grenades with th both my sons and a ne4iew, ami I have naked twclro Inch knife. no news from them not a word or Hew Methods In Use. news. My God. ue nil suffer theso to fight In Its' days." Is Kach rnco own way, but thl war has passed beAnd so, too, among tho shops. The yond all known ways. They say that mero statement of the Ions, of tho grief tho Uclglans In tho north settle ac- at tho heart Isit never a word of counts with a certain dry pandon doubt, never a whimper of despair. which baa varied very little since their "Now why," asked a shopkeeper, agony becan. Homo sections of tho "docs not our government or your govEnglish lino haTo produced a soft ernment or both our governments send voiced, rather reserved type which doea some of tho Ilrlttsh army to Paris? I Its work with Its mouth shut. The assure you we should make them welFrench carry an edge to thrlr ngntlng. come." "Perhaps," I began. Too. might make a precision aud dreadful knowledge coupled with an Insensibility to shock them too welcome." He laughed. unlike anything one has Imagined of "We shonld make them aa welcome mankind. a an our own army. They would enjoy To bo sure, tnero has never teen like provocation, for never since the themselves." I had a vision of IlrrUsh officers, Aealr went about to bind tho r'enrls wolf has all the world united to bind each with ninety days' pay to his credit and a damsel or two at home, shopthe beast. The last I saw of the front was Alan ping consnmedly. "And slso," sold the shopkeeper, Ilreck speeding back to hi gun positions among the mountains, ami I won- "tbo moral effect on I "arts to see more dered wbat delight of what household of your troops would be very good. In the old But I saw a qulto English provost the lad must have our way, marshal losing himself In chaso of dedaya. Then we had to work department by department, against faulters of the new army who knew the Udra of men behind the line. their rarla. Still, there Is something Supports and their support, reserves to bo said for this Men. to the extent and reserves of reservin as well as of a virtuous brigade or ho. At present masses In training they flooded towns tho English officer In Paris Is a scarce and villages. When wo tried shortcuts bird." we found them In every bylanc. And be explains st once why be Is Have you seen mounted men reading snd what be Is doing there. on their homo letters with reins thrown "They must havo good reasons," I their horses' necks, moving In absorbed suggested. "Teeth to attend to" silence through a street which almost They'vo "No good." hu grumbled. said -- Hush!" to Its dogs, or met In a thought of that too. Uchlnd our lines forest a procession of perfectly new big is simply crawling with dentists now." guns, apparently taking themselves Hostesses In Hospitals. from tho foundry to tho front? It ono asked after the cuple that Keep Quiet. French I I ttevii der arms which makes them put death out of tho account, but In tbo equal passion and fervor with which her throughout giro themselves to tho smallest as well as tho greatest tasks that may In any way servo their sword. I might tell you something that I saw of tho cleaning out of certain sewers, of the education and antecedents of tho cleaners, what they said in tho matter and how perfectly the work was done. There was a llttlo Itabclats In It, naturally, but tho rest was pure devotion and rejoicing to bo of use. Similarly with stables, barricades and barbed wire work, tho clearing and piling away of wrecked houso rubbish, the serving of meals till tho service rocks on Its poor tired feet but keeps Its temper, and all tho unlovely monotonous details that go with war. Tho women, as I havo tried to show, work stride for stride with tho men, with hearts as resolute and a spirit that has llttlo mercy for shortcomings. A, woman takes her place wherever she can relievo a man In tbo shop, at tho pasts, on tramways, tn hotels and a tluAisnnd other businesses. She Is Inured to field work, arid half tho harvest of Franco this year lies in her lap. One feels at every turn how her men trust her. Sho knows, for sho shares everything with her world, what has her sisters who aro now In German hands, and her soul Is tbo undying tin mo behind tho men's steel. Neither men nor women havo any Illusion as to miracles presently to be performed which shall "sweep out" or 'drlvo back" the boche. Since tho army Is tho nation they know much. though they are officially told llttlo. They all rccognlzo that tho old fash ioned victory of tbo Is utmost as obsolete as a rifle In a front lino trench. They all accept the new war. which menns grinding down and wearing out tbo enemy by every means, plan and device that can tw compassed. It Is slow and expensive, but as deadly sure as tho logic that leads them to mako It their ono work, their solo thought, their, slnglo preoccupa iieo-pt- o stand. The brown sheen graze alone the bar. th rand Th bees hum Bounds no fainter than the spray, Residence Phone KY. 41 LANCASTER, ONE ZEPPELIN NEARLY HIT. Fragments of Shrapnel Fell on Roof of as Playhouse Thrilling 8pectacl Hug Flashes of Light Searched Sky For Raiding Air Craft Doom of Cuns Terrific. Principal Duty In Case of Emergency Would B to Guard th Wlreleee 6ta Serv as Signal tlorw Lighthouses Towers, and Men Are Trained Sharp- There through uncounted houra declines the day To the tow arch of twilight's cloae. And, Just as night about the moon grows gray, Ono salt leans westward to the fading rose. Olver of dreams, O thou wtth acathleas win shooter. The Ufo saving scrvlco hitherto has .been a civil Institution, tt Is now tn process of organlxatlon as a military establishment, for use in case of war. Every surfman Is to bavo bis ICrng rWo ami will bo regularly enlisted Instead of being hired for tbo season, as heretofore. Each llfo saving station will be provided with one machine gnn, nnd the keeper will bold rank as captain. Itiflo practice, and plenty of It, will be In peace tlmo a part of the routine business of every station. In order that tho men may become expert sharpshooters. Tbey will dig trenches In tho sand of tho lieach and wtth machine gun nnd Krngs will defend the sboro lino agnlnst attack by landing parties of nn Imaginary enemy. Immediately Uku the outbreak of war tho scrvlco (now renamed tho coast guard) will automatically become an adjunct of the navy, and as such It wilt have nsslgned Ji. IV. Ist suiitl lo ' French Hot Squeamish. The same logic saves them a vast amount of energy. Tbey knew Germany tn "70, when tho work! would not believe In their knowledge. They knew the German mud before the war. Tbey know what she has done. They have photographs during this war. Tbey do not fall Into spasms of horror and Indignation over atroci ties that "cannot be mentioned." as the English papers say. Tbey mention them In full and book them to account Tbey do not discuss nor consider nor waste an emotion over anything that Germany saya, boasts, argues. Implies, Intrigues after. Tbey have the heartsease that comes from all being at work for their country, the knowledge that the burden of work Is equally dis tributed among all, the certainty that the women are working side by side with the men, the assurance that when one man's task Is nt tho moment ended another takes his place. Out of theso things Is born then tuwer of recuperation In their leisure. their reasoned calm while at work and their superb confidence In their arms. Even If tho Franco of today stood alone against the world's enemy It to would bo almost Inconceivable lmaglno her defeat now wholly so to Imagine any surrender. Tho war will go on till tho enemy Is finished. The French do not know when that hour will come. They seldom speak of it They do not nmuso themselves with dicams of triumphs or terms. Their busluess war. nnd tbey do their busi- tion. to It the Important duty of protecting the nnval wireless plants strung nil along our coasts nt Intervals of 00 miles. The first thing likely to bo attempted by an enemy Is to capture and disable thes outfit for distributing Intelligence. Each wireless plant will bo In communication by telephone nnd telegraph with all tho llfo saving stations for n distance or hundreds of miles, and, under tho system now being orgnnlxed, nn emergency summons will call out from each station a seagoing iowcr boat carrying a machine gun nnd a dozen or moro armed men. Thus, within a surprisingly short time, a formidable body of defenders will be nwemblcd. trained for tbo kind of fighting that Is expected of them. Hastily throwing up lntrcnchments along the beach, tho best fortification In tho world Is a banit of sand, Tbey will be ablo to offer dan gerous opposition to an Invader. Every Lighthouse a Signal Station. Is to be equipped aa a signal station and similarly provided with telephone and telegraph. Dy the samo means of Every lighthouse from this rime forth In spite of thllr love of drama there where every ono talked so brilliantly is not much window dressing In tho of such vital things, ono got In return French character. Tho boche, who is the addresses of hospitals. Those picas-a- nt tho priest of tho higher counter Jum-lcrhostesses and maidens seemed would have bad half tho neutral to bo lit charcu of deportments or vast on duty In words or kitchen sculleries. press out In cars to advertise theso sjiectacles of men and material. Hut Some of the hospitals were tn Paris. the samo Instinct ns makes their rich Their staffs might havo ono hour a day farmers keep to their smocks makes In which to see visitors. Others were up tho line and liable to bo shelled or the French keep quiet. "This Is our affair," they argue. bombed! I recalled ono Frenchwoman "Everybody concerned In it Is taking In particular leiiuc she had ouce expart In It like tho rovlew ou saw the plained to me the iieowslllva of civiother day. There nre no spectator. lized life. Tluc Included the the manicurist and u lunld to But It might bo of advantage If the took after lap dogs. She Is employed world knew." now and has been for months post on Mtno was a foolish remark. "There Is only ono world today, tho Uio disinfection and reiwlr of roldlcrs" world of Uio allies. Each of them clothes. There was no need t nsk nftcr the knows what tho otlicrs oro doing, and the rest doesn't matter. This U u curi men one had known. Still there was ous but delightful fact to realize tlrst no senso of desolation. They had gone hand and think what It will bo later on. Tho others were getting ready. All when we shall all circulate among each Franco works outward to the front preother, open our hearts and talk It over cisely as an endless chnlu of fire buckIn a brotherhood moro intimate than ets works toward Uio conflagration. Leavo the lira behind you aad go back ties of blood." I lay that night at a llttlo French till you reach tho sourco of supplies. town and was kept awnko by a man You will llnd no break, no pause, no somewhere tn tbo hot, still darkness apparent haste, but never any slackenhowling aloud from tbo pain of his ing. Everybody lias bis or her bucket, wounds, t was glad bo was alone, for llttlo or big. and nobody disputes how when ono man give way others some- It should be used. It la a people possessed of tho precetimes follow. Yet a single noto of mis ery Is worse than the baying nnd gulp dent and tradition of war for existence, ing of a whole ward. I wished a dele- accustomed to bard living' and hard gation of strikers could have heard It labor, sanely economical by tempera ment, logical by training and Illumined Dreadful to Contemplate, and transfigured by their resolvo and civilian should be In the war rodurance. That a You know when a supremo trial over tono at all Is a fair guarantee of his rood faith. It Is when ha Is outside the takes an acquaintance, whom till then tone, unehsperoncd. that questions be we conceived wo knew, bow the man'a gin and permits aro looked Into. If nature sometimes changes past know! gave dinners and dances last year, communication the life aavlng stations will be connected together as In a con tinuous chain all along the coasts, ho hostile fleet can approach within sight of shore and escape tbo attention of tho sarfmcn and Ilgbthouso keepers, who. In their ordinary business, are trained to see everything that floats tn range of human vision. The lighthouses will serve admirably aa signal towers. Their equipment, as well as that of tbo life saving stations, will include powerful telescopes and binoculars, wigwag flags, navy numeral flags, pistols that shoot Ore balls ot different colors, and acetylene lamps for signaling at night. In time of war a special signal book wilt be furnished by the nary department, tho International code being of no value, of course. where secrecy ts desired. At short Intervals along the beach arc telepbonu boxes, like those used by policemen In dtles. Tbo surfman out on patrol Is never more than a mile or two from such a box. Suppose that tn tlmo of war be catches sight of a squadron ot hostile warships. He runs to the ness. nearest box and telephones to tho station. Tbo station keejier telephones DRESSES 0NS250 A YEAR. or telegraphs to tho naval wireless nway erhaps. The Woman In United plant, fifty miles "Bast Dressed" wireless outfit sends tho news to the Stat. a Spnds Littl For Clothas. great long distance wireless towers at Do you wnut to ! llw besV dressed Arlington, across the Potomac from woman on 50 n jearj If you do, foU Washington. Arlington calls up tho low the lid vice of Miss Vjnma Hutting-to- navy deimrtincnt. which issues correWelles of West Virginia. Washingsponding orJcrs by wireless to our batton aud New York, who Is considered fleet and to the const forts. tbo Ut dressed woman In tlu United tle Wartime Regulationa. States. To maintain the ijulet dignity, In case of sudden and serious emer the genteel repooo unj tho unostentatious dash that stamps n woman as gency the coaut wireless plant would smart, but not gaudy, you must make send tho news direct to the fleet and a minute study of shopping and you to tho forts and tuitterles. Even when must never forget that your wardrolw nothing In particular is "dolus" In war. Is of first liutortaice. time a dally telegram will bo dispatchTho remarkable thing about Uski won- ed from each life saving stntlon to the derful wotnun Is that tlx years ago sho headquarters of Its own district was living on a farm near Parkersburg, using a clphc word to Indicate W. Va., depending only on Parkersburg that all bunds are well and the equip styles. Since then sho has traveled ment lu good order, . for from the Atlantic to the Pacific All such mowages In tlmo of war through Canada and Euroiw nnd today will have right nf way over the wires, tn Fifth nvenue. New York. Is singled which when necessary will tie cleared out for her modish but stylltb wearing of every other kind of business The appareL efficiency of such a system was tested Here Is how sho senda tlw Ou: in a moro or less experimental way U0 during Four allk vesta. II M each tbo Piunlsh war, when It Four pairs of whlta knickerbockers, au proved highly satisfactory, A strikSl.S0.cach Tlire pairs of the finest hosiery, I! ing Illustration ot Its merits was af&t i each forded when the battleship Oregon, 10.00 Two aplerxlkl corsets. S3 each B.00 after circumnavigating South AmeriFour pair ot ahoca. 113 each Captain B.00 ca, arrived at Jupiter Inlet. Threw hata, tlO each Uroleraklrta Clark sent a boat ashore to tlvo Ufo 1OX0 Several pairs 'of Clove UOO saving station, and Inside of ten min Street suit utes the navy department at WashingAfternoon drees (preferably whit tn , SCO ton had bis message. color) B.CO Evening dress Tbo places most likely to bo attacked and llnierl Four crep d chtn t.C0 by a hostile fleet are In tbo neighborwalata 3X00 hood of harbors and wherever there Is Coat and separate liningCOO Umbrella and paraeol. SIM each greatest congestion of shipping. For 100 (lubbers , 6.00 tunately It Is along these parts of the Incidentals M coast that life saving stations are most .SSMC0 , thickly sprinkled. fetal n - seen n Zeppelin. Many of my friends in London have been more fortunate, and my valet, William bring And let eom soul go seaward with that Hogg, had tho experience of his llfo salL tho other night as you shall bear presEdith Wharton In Century. ently, says Haddon Chambers, tho playwright, in a wireless message to the New York Times. SOLDIERS TRAIN TO KEEP On tho nlgbt of the great raid an IN HAPPY STATE OF MIND. American friend, Mr. Marcosson, dined with mo at tho Carlton. Wo disputed daring the dinner as to whether wo Fore Themselves to Sing For Sak of should walk tho streets In tho subdued Their Comrades. nlgbt afterward or visit tho St. James' theater. Marcosson. who was all for tbo theater, carried tbo evening, and In a letter to a former chum ts a we lust missed seeing the Zeppelins London office, printed In tho London and gained seeing an English nudlcnco Morning Post, a member of a well under Ore. known London Territorial corps who Is Ity 10:30 o'clock wo were with Lady serving with the medical staff of his Alexander in her box next the stage. battalion endeavors to give an impres- Tbo act opened with a scene between sion of "tho proper atmosphere" at tho two men played by Sir George Alexanfront Ho Insists that the soldier has der and nnotber actor. It had only "schooled himself Into the "singing been In progress a few minutes when aud happy" framo of mind. He says: tho guns began to boom most furious"Each puts on a bright face for the ly. Tbey sounded as If being Qred In snko of the rest, and tho effect Is ac- tho stroct outside. At first no ono In cumulative till wo nre nil happy, hav- tho bouse, moved, but presently n secing forgotten what real comfort wax. tion of the gallery arose and started Then, again, the fearlessness is not of for tho doors. Small blame to them. tho 'dramatic heroic' order you read of as fragments ot shrapnel actually fell In the papers. on tbo root above their beads. "One comes gradually into the war Panic Quickly Quelled. zone, and except for a few that are Alexander stepped to tbo footlights sent back as nervous wrecks every and said: "Ladles and gentlemen, ono gets gradually used to bis iwsltlon. should It becomo advisable to leave tho Just ns the ieoplc In Loudon get used theater I will tell you. Meanwhile It to the risk of electric trams nnd motor Is at least as safe here as outside." busses. The soldier knows tie Is InThere was a round of applause, and finitely Increasing his risks, but even part then tbo Individual risk from shell Are tho gallery sat down. In no other ot tho houso bad there been a move Is not so very great. "1 have secu thousands of shells ment. Alexander then came to our side of burst harmlessly hi fields, though, of course, every now and again there is a the stngo and said to me. "Haddon, disaster, such us a shell falling In a would you mind asking Ilelmsley to platoon billet. The chance of a shell come around to me when be Is not falling on the bouse ou are In Is com- busy?" Adopting bis tone, I called out paratively small, and If you are In the from the box. "Certainly I will, old open and lie flat when one Is coming, chap." The bouse seemed tickled at unless by an outside chance tt falls our Intimate tone and laughed consid right on top of yoo(ln which case you erably while the guns continued to know nothing morel you are not even roar. wounded. On Zeppelin Apparently Hit. "A shell buries Itself as It explodes Tbe statement of my valet William and. unless the ground Is very hard, Hogg, is as follows: gives a narrow upward cone. Ot "On Wednesday I went up to nigh-gat- e. course the wtdo downward cone of Just outside of London, to see my shrapnel Increases the risk of wounds, wife. There had been a raid on Tucs but I am glad to say that the German day night somewhere on tbe east coast, shrapnel Is usually very badly timed.1 so naturally we talked about It and wondered It wo should ever see a ZepANCESTRY IM STATE CENSUS. pelin. We were soon to have our wish gratified. "We went to bed about 10:30. At Intereetlng ReeuKa of New Enumtr- -' about a quarter to tl we were startled tion In South Dakota. In taking the new census In South by a loud boom. I said to my wife. Dakota an effort has been made for the Zcps.' We got to tho window, and we first time In that state to set down the saw a wonderful sight. "From where we were it seemed as ancestry ot all residents. The results show that many of thoeo who are if tho world was a theater and we were classed as Hussion In the general cen- In tho best box. There, suspended In sus are In fact of pure German blood a horizontal position, outlined by a and ancestry. Thono classed as "Amer-can- " wonderful dark blue aky studded wtth or "Canadian" are those whoso 'stars, was an oblong object tike a huge ancestry has been so loug In this coun- bar of gold. That was the Zep. Huge try that any foreign blood of other Sashes of light were searching the sky countries has been lost track ot In for her companion, if she bad any. percentages the "Americans" stand at while ono searchlight held ber to view. S5J per cent and the "Germans" at 22L4 "Tbo boom of tbe guns was terrific. per cent with others ranging so low and flashes of the bursting shrapnel percentage would be only a shells located by tbe flash as they burst that tbo was as wonderful a sight as you could "trace." In numbers the showing Is: African. wbh to sec. Ono gun, which seemed 822; American, 137,231: Austrian. 3423; more powerful than tbe others, was Belgian. R20; Bohemian, 0,945; Bulgamaking Ono practice, getting nearer Danish, rian. 21S; Canadian, and nearer at each shot. Tben the gun. English, 20,700; Finnish. 3.410; ners seemed to get the range, and a French, 4,030; German. 130,514; Greek. shall burst right at tho rear end of tbo B20; Hollanders, 8.10!); Indians. 20,557; Zep, Immediately followed by a hugo Irish, 2G.043: Italluns, 1,000; Monte- cloud of smoke, I yelled. 'My God, negrin, 3; Norwegian, 50,731; Portu- she Is bltr Immediately she began to gese, C; Ilusslan. 4.7C2; Scotch. 7,510; go from the horizontal to tho perpen dlcular and lu a few minutes had passServian. 83; Spanish. 38; Swedish. 22,872; Bwlss, 1.804; Turkish. 01; ed upward Into n cloud and dlsap-ared. Welsh, 2.292. Others of mixed descent "It was all over In twenty minutes, 00.807. and it nil seemed like a 'dream. I had EVERYTHING WAS "GEFALLEN" Mr. Chambers' little dog with me. ani be had got through the window on to the roof and was barking at tho Zep French Prisoner QrWly Alarmed by for nil he was worth. For some time I German In Prison Camp. afterward we beard loud, whining Ono of tbo prisoners recently return noises, which wo found out the next ed to France, having been exchanged day were mused by tho aeroplanes try for a German of equal rank and grading to locate tho Zep." ing, tells the following story: "I was Interned In a prisoners' camp ONLY ONE IN 25,000 THINKS. In Saxony. Wo became very eager for ot tbo way the battle was going. . news I "Our guardians spoko not a word ot Founder of a New Education School So Declare. French, but one of our number under"Only ono out ot 23.000 persona can stood a little German, and bo finally decided to ask for Information of a think, and from tests I bavo made I know that most persons not only can noncommissioned officer. I " 'What about Versailles be queried. not think, but that they lack judgment. I "Gefallen,' laconically answered the Imagination and In a great many cases personality." said Dr. Silas F. Neff, ucrmaxi. principal and founder of tbe School of "'Awl Itoucnr New Education of Pennsylvania, at " Ocfallen.' was tho reply, Pittsburgh. According to Dr. Neff, tho -'And Nantesr school alms to do for tbe mind what -Gefallen.' tbe gymnasium docs for tbe body, or, "Holy Jeboahaphatr declared the In other words, to develop all tbe menprisoner In his own language. tal faculties equally. persisted the Informer, i " "Gefallen,' "In order that a man be successful ind then wo breathed relict' In a particular Hoc." said Dr. Neff, "bo must use all of tils powers, mind, per Aged Man In Love Dies. tonality and character. Tbe reason so Id girl caused few are successful Is that tbe early Love for iUtecn-yeo.r- o man of sixty to bang himself In Phlla-lelphltraining In our schools la Incorrect Forever movtmr through th fiery hall. To flame seared llde the cooling vision I have not yet uiinei ruled. Situfictlon Guaranteed. Jforroiv, Graduate Optician Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky 31. Faint Lick, John Casey, D. V. M. Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary College. Office at W. B. Burtcn's Sale Stable. Night Phone 211. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Bank. Residence fhone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. For All Kinds of ROUGH LUMBER. see 6. C. Phone 229. COX, """" Manse.Ky l 8 to 12 a. m. , lto4-7t- o9 p. ml N. K. Ofnce: Denny anil V.'A. Wheeler Doctors Of DfBlJ Sargery. atormet Bnlldlnieret Bart A And.r , on-nrnttnre Store. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Dr. Wm. Office D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. at Rainey's Livery Stable.- - Lancaster. - Kentucky HARRY JACOBS Manufacturer and Dealer in High-Class lul; Monuments. Original Designs and Prompt Service. Guaranteed Quality. Cor; nections at all Granite and Marble Office and Works on Quarries. Cemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays Telephone 164. Stanford, MONEY Kentucky. TO at LOAN Five Per Cent on Farm Lands. For particulars see r W. F. CHAMP. Citiiens National Bank. Lancaster, Ky STRAWBERRY PLANTS Fruit and Shade Trees Our first offering of the remarkable Coamberlaln's Colic, Cholera and Diarr- WeWantWalnutLots Mammouth Pearl Potato Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Like Ragtime? Hear the famous Coburn Minstrel Band on the streets Saturday, Oct. 9th. 2 o'clock, p. m. Romans Opera House at night.. listed for the Spanish war to take Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and Ularr hoe Krmedy with them, and have re ceived many thanks for the advice given," writes J. H. Houphlsr.d, Eldon Iowa. "No person whether traveling or at home should be without this great remedy," For sal by all dealers. "I hoea advised the Remedy. 'toys' when they en- notagree with me." all ot them is to take 'I cannot eat this or that People Say To Us food, it doe Our advice to tablet before and alter each meal R. E. McRobsrta . 25 aboi. i i afjBjBgpapBHppBjBgpBVBa t sit, burallssfl k Cost I Irk. Garden. If vou havo anv eood Black Walnut tim Am esrluU mut elvls ber on your place which you would like Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. Co OlMMaWpUBbstrlU. cow rM la Ham convert into spot cash at the highest t.lt Vtt.sY!li.r abl t to market oricc. write at once stating num ftcfauol MmM. TfcHxr. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Uniuiaa. VixMttbM km. II neat. ber, size and thickness of logs you could Iflrturrt HaUf ft4 HH ReavtlM K. K. shipping point. atHfi rOSl Lexington. Kentucky. luralih and at what 1915 TUIIU l". f Lwls.llMj 1841. C.C. UiBSil&Bre.Co.lac, Highest Gash Prices Paid !) HasT sjPXl t ITT Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday Sept 30 19 5. 1 mm w we www Hug tttascSsz:2s&3a!S 3wiiwwwitti4sww3 WOMENS APPAREL STUNNING FALL AND WINTER STYLES. A WONDERFUL ARRAY OF Consisting of Fine Tailored Suits, Coats and Dresses. I h fl - STYLE CRAFT KLAD WELL ) ELITE Suits and Coats w It It m Our line of Shoes consists of everything that Fashion dictates for Women and Children. J. E. DICKERSON. to a stranger. One of the best ways In which to make a town attractive with that sort of attraction that will incorporated. $1.00 a year. draw other people to it is for every Issued Weekly. man and every woman to have a pleasant word for the people and the town E. ROBINSON. EDrroR. J. generally. Talk up your town if vou Talk up your R. L ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. would have it do well. town if you would have others come to (ntered t the roil Office In Lanctfler, Kj., you. Talk up your town if you would 8econ4-C1Mall Mttier. feel an interest in it, and have its people feel an interest in you. There is Association no better way to do it. And many a Member Kentucky Press end time one little word of unpleasant refEighth District Publishers League. erence to something tha does not ex- ft 1037 I I I i The Central Record i HAS PROVED JUST WHAT SHE NEDED. Louisville Woman Finds Speedy Relief by the Use of Maniac. Louisville, Ky., Sept.. 30-Frank assistPettis, wife of the ant chief electrician of the Louisville & Nashville railroad, who resides at 800 Camp street, Louisville, is among the many women who have found speedy relief from serious illness by the use of Tanlac. Mrs. Pettis said: "I have been in a nervous, rundown condition for some time. My digestion was very poor, and I had difficulty in eating solid foods. I was so depressed in spirits at times that I almost had a dread for the future. "Tanlac proved to be just what I needed. The medicine acted like a general tonic for me. I am improved in every way, and I very cheerfully indorse Tonlac" Tanlac is sold in Lancatter by It. E. McRoberts. in Bryantsville by Becker, ' Ballard & Scott. Mrs n FREE This Entire Set of Aluminum Cooking Ware During the Week of OUR BIG RANGE EXHIBIT FREE r Qffi Lancaster, Ky.( September 30, 1915 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Olliles ...J 5.00 s"or County Offices 10.00 15.00 For State and District Offices.... for Calls, per line For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of Individual views, per line .10 10 actly suit you and not particularly concern you as to that matter, will turn a good man's influence away from your town and may even drive him away. At your own fireside, talk up your town. Among your neighbors talk up town. When you come in contact with strangers, talk up the most potent agency ever set io motion for helping your town. The weekly country paper has as definite excuse for being in the world as can be furnished by the city dailies. Such a publication is not only a business guide, but is a pulpit of morals; it is a kind of public rostrum where the affairs of the state are considered; it is a supervisor of streets and roads; it is a social friend, a promoter of friend ship and good will. Edited by a just man, such a publication so treats the different sects that they realize their brotherhood and become in reality what they are pictured in print. The town weekly dare not be Presbyterian or Methodist, or Baptist, but it must select the valuable in each church and thus it becomes a harmonizer of dis cord. It binds those whom theology wouia oiten separate. Even the so- called matters of a village orincorpora ated town arc small only to those whose hearts are too full of personal interest. Obituaries, per line 10 05 DEMOCRATIC TICKET. CARD OF THANKS heart-fel- We desire to express our t - For Governor, A. O. STANLEY. thanks to our many friends and neighbors for their kindness shown us during! the illness and the death of our beloved father, Mr. John Johnson, and for the beautiful floral offerings and especialy the Rev. S. II. Pollitt for his consoling words in the hours of our distress. Bereaved Children. Buy We SOUTH BEND MALLEABLE RANGE with its Copper-BearinFlues: Because Patented Aluminum-Fuse- d it Bakes the Best, is Built Strongest and Lasts Longest. g OCTOBER 6 TO 12 We selected THE SOUTH BEND MALLEABLE RANGE for you because the kitchen range is the most important part of the home. An expert from the factory will be with us one week. We cordially invite you to call at our store to see the range demonstrated and the fine set of High Grade Aluminum Cooking Ware, that will be given BEND FREE with each SOUTH MALLEABLE RANGE sold during the week of our Big IUnge Exhibit only. Many useful souvenirs will bu given away. For Lieutenant-Governo- r, WEIGHING MAIL. Beginning tomorrow and continuing throughout the month of October, every piece of mail handled by rural carriers must be classed, weighed and counted. This entails a considerable amount of extra work upon the post office employees, but the pay of the carriers is determined by tbe amount of mail handled, and this extra work must be performed four times annually. JAMES Dy BLACK, For Secretary of State, BARKSDALE HAMLETT. For Attorney-Genera- ), M. M. LOGAN, For Auditor, R. L. GREEN. I ' ft llllfip Range For State Treasurer. SHERMAN GOODPASTER. For Clerk of Court of Appeals, Rl W. KEENON. For Supt. of Public Induction, V. O. GILBERT. For Commissioner of Agriculture, MAT S. COHEN. COURT DAY crowds Brought Many People And Mole Colts. Decidedly one of the largest that has been in Lancaster for many months was that one here last Monday, It was conservatively estimated that 300 mule colts were on the market, but a proportionate small part of them sold. Top colts were selling for $75 to $85, 78TH BIRTHDAY Quite a surprise was tended Mrs. Julia A. Weddle on the 27th when several friends and neighbors gathered All in to celebrate her 78th birthday. carried baskets, and a bountiful feast was spread. Those present were, Mrs. P. G. Gooch, Mrs. L. Todd and son, Mrs. George Conn, Mrs. Lawson, Mrs. W. B. Anderson, Miss Sallie Anderson, Mrs. J. B. rt oods, Mrs. Centers and Mrs. M. Todd from Lancaster. The day was spent most pleasantly and all left, wishing Mrs. Weddle many returns, and we hope that'she may live to enjoy many more IN OLD VENICE. For Circuit Judge, CHARLES A. HARDIN.. For Commonwealth's Attorney, EMMET PURYEAR. For Circuit Clerk, W. B. MASON. Foi'Sheriff, G. T. BALLARD. Jr. For Representative, H. CLAY KAUFFMAN. We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Hlggins a candidate for County School Superintendent of Garrard County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary Auguit 1917, We are authorized to announce Joe S. Haselden, of this city. Republican the latter being the maximum price for any that changed hands. Scott Bros, of Lincoln bought une of Arthur Rob inson, for $85 and one each of A. W. Kavanaugh and Price Bros for the same price. Robert Ward a nice one to V. A. Lear for $85. J. E. Robinson purchased about twenty at an average ot $55 and J. W. Sweeney about the same number at an average of $50. Harry McWhorter six averaging $45 and Floyd Reynolds, ofJessamlne, eight at an average of $30. About three hundred cattle on the market, most of them sold at lower prices than a month ago. Not Cheapest But The Best, -- TfliTkSOUTH BEND All -- u a,? s Preferable Remember the Date and Place Be Sure and Come: One Week Only, October 6th to 12th. progressive town and don't let the fact escape your memory. g To bear every person saying pleasadt about Us people and Its interests is the surest, quickest and easiest way to make town attractive some-thin- A. Burnside, candidate on Republican Lancaster cemetery on Sunday afterticket, for Circuit Court Clerk, at noon. Mr. Johnson was 88 years of November election 1915, age, and his death was due to a stroke of paralysis. Despite his extreme age The reason why gome towns grow is he was an active man, and only the day because there are men of push and en previous to his death he was at work ergy In them who are net afraid to at his carpenter shop in the rear of his spend their time and money to boom residence, in apparently his usual their town. They erect good buildings, health. organize stock companies and establish Mr. Johnson is survived by one son. factories, secure railroads, work for Samuel Johnson, and by three daughpublic Improvements and use every ters, Mrs. E. T. Minor and Misses means in their power to Induce people Elizabeth and India Johnson, all of this to locate In their city. Wherever they city. go they tell of the advantages of their Mr. Johnson was one of the oldest citv, they write about them In every citizens of the community, a man of letter, they send circulars and news. tne highest integrity, and during his papers to ell whom they think they can long life spent In the county bad won get to visit the city, and when anyone and held the respect and the esteem of visits them treats him so kindly that the entire community. The sympathy he falls In love with them and their of the entire commu.iity, in which the It is enterprise and Record joins is extended to the family city at once. everyone pulling together that makes a in their bereavement. JOHNSON. Mr. John Johnson died at his home candidate, for Representative at Nov- on Danville street in this city on last ember election 1915. Saturday morning, and after funeral services at the grave by Rev, Pollitt, We are authorized to announce Joe his remains were placed at rest in the One of the most beautiful stage pictures and scenic productions ever pro duced by Coburns Minstrels, as well as ii genuine novelty in ensemble opening acts will be presented at the Romans Opera House on Oct. 9th, when the big show makes Its regular seasons visit to Lancaster. On a beautiful arch bridge HASELDEN BRO LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. spanning the famous canal, surrounded by the picturesque flowered balconies and dwellings, brightly colored lanterns and electric lights, and with St. Mark Cathedral, the Palace of the Dodges s, and the quaint shipping the gliding etc, of this beautiful city in the background, the singers and comedians attired as the famous Palm Beach Club, and Valets entertain with a genuine noveltj In ontre acts, the latest and best in song, jest and dancing diversions which surpass any former efferts of this sterling company. Charprolie Gano the favorite comedian, ducer and Stage director for Manager Coburn has surpassed himself In this season's performance and departed from the time worn overture customs and Ideas. From the visible chorus, entranco of the singers In the swanlike gondolas, the various chorus and dancing numbers, has produced the biggest and best, and the most' pleasing perIf you have any old papers magazines formance ever offered their friends and rags, etc, you would like to have mov patrons. The show is an alt new at ed from your home or .business, call traction throughout, and If you mil, Billy Farris at Record office and he this performance you miss the best will call for them. thry have ever carried. rgsdsnf Mt'sx7ja 0:(Gie gys mowmm:miM S i I We have everything for the School Girl and Boy. Large line of I I I I I I FOR RENT 1 TABLETS, PENCILS, BOOK BAGS AND STRAPS, LUNCH BOXES, and Baskets. Crayons, Paints, Drawing and Composition Books. Fine Candies and the Best Soda Water in town. I 1 ter. Two tobacco barns.one stock barn and good residence. Cash rent. 01 '16. Tobacco, hemp, corn, meadow, wheat and grazing land. The best stock wa- 38 acre farm for rent for I l 0. STORMES DRUG STORE. A.H.Bastin&Son k . i : The Central Record, Thursday Sept 30, 1915 7 OUR SPECIALTY Page 5 Business Is Good With Us BETTER VALUES For LESS MONEY. CQATS, SUITS AftD DRESSES When you see the wonderful values we are showing jn 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 $J0. to $25. WONDERFUL VALUES. A wide assortment of patterns and styles of fall and winter merchandise are being shown in our various departments. SEE THEM. Exclusive Ladles Outfitters. The Joseph Merca AND o ZZ: A Cordial Invita- tion for all to look. VAN BRENT HOOSIER Wheat Drum plain and with Fertilizer attachment. One Horse Wheat Drills 1ST GAS ENGINES AND SILO CUTTERS. John Deere and Moline Wagons best, lightest draft and most dur- able wagon made. J. E. Mount, Son & Co. The Square Deal House. W 3E 3E ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at 1 DG Z mm pJZ. mrW tm m m- - WW m for a nice Lunch, also Everything in Soft Drinks ! 5r,lJ II Draw Chert for the money you ov e and note liow much more 'respectfully your creditors youThey like to do businass with a innn who - rd has an account nt & the Garrard Bank Trust Go. They know ho is doing business In a business like way. Better open such an account even If your affairs aro not Urge. Thev wil grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company If;'- -. . We are showing all the latest styles in Millinery in both large and small hats. '4r r Call and see them. Rella Arnold Francis. Also nice line of Chlldrens Hats. Mrs. J. A. Amon and son. Will Rice, On last Thursday night, Miss Mary FORMER DEATH OF Turner entertained at a surprise birth-- . SAD are in Cincinnati this week. day party in honor of her cousin Miss I Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rogers are In LANCASTER WOMAN. Mollie Ilarnes to celebrate her 21st Lincoln for a visit with relatives. ' l. : . L a.. ti "" O" Thursday Sept 23J relatives here Mr. Curtis Smith of Danville was a pleasant visitor In town Tuesday. a long life of happiness. Many beauti- - ,,,H . n, st w.. and Oriel Mention of the Comings Delightful Scott, Kansas. Mrs. Mrs. J. II. Lawson entertained the ful presents were received. Chenault was the l.yThoie Hi Art Interested in. refreshments were served nt 8:30 by daughter of the late Morgan Hudson of Circle Girls at her home, Wednesday. Misses Jennie Ward, Lula Harnett and this place and sister to B. F. Hudson, Sidney Williams of Lexington was Mary Turner and Mr. Walter Turner. who was ready to start to her bedside the recent guest of Lancaster friends. A delightful evening was spent. I Mrs. Dave Dunn of Danville is here when the message of her death came. with Mr. E. L. Owsley. Mr. L. t. Hubble of Somerset was Vernon Richardson, of Danville, After weeks of suffering borne with the recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. secretary to Miss Mary Klst left Sunday for Senator James, arrived characteristic fortitude and patience, Lear. visit to friends in Cincinnati. He will here return to death came suddenly, as a relief and a Thomas Phelps Elmore is in Indiana-poli- o Kentucky the latter part of the week. day of fulfilment to her who had been I J. V. Francii Is in Parkersburg, & D. Mr. Richardson and Miss Elsie drown- faithful to taking a course in the D. the end and was ready to West Va.. for a Business stay. College. ing, of this city, whose engagement "depart and be with Christ." Attorney Green Clay Walter ia at Miss Elsie Zlmmer left Tuesday tor was announced in the spring, will be Mrs. Chenault, who was Mary S. home after an outing at Dry Ridge, a visit of two weeks with relatives in married here early In November. They Hudson, was born August 15, lStC.neur will go to Panama on their wedding Lancaster In the home now occupied by Miss Mamie Walters is in Stanford Cincinnati. trip, where they will be the guests of Mr. A. V. Kavanaugh, where she spent visiting Mesdames Hubble and Martin Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Hall of Winches William Jennings Price, of Danville, her girlhood. After finishing school in Mrs. T. II. Green of Coy was the ter motored to Lancaster for a visit to DAKOTA JACK the Minister to Panama. Washington Lancaster she went to Daughter's Col week-enguest of Mrs. Chas. Thomp- - relatives recently. t lege, Harrodsburg, Ky., Times. where she dis The Northwestern Cowboy. Mrs. Mottle P. Friable will' leave tinguished herself oy her brilliant week for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. Mrs. C. G. Todd of Lancaster, h Still creating big sensation. His busischolarship during her school days and FORMER GARRARD been visiting Mrs. 1. G. Gooch and C Price of Danville. later as an instructorthere. She taught ness In Bristol is enormous. Since his family. successively at Hustonville, Miss Annie Cochran of Richmond is Lancaster stay here he has run out of medicine CODNTY LADY ILL and Richrrond. Pres. Jno Augustus teree time. People are now writing Mesdames W. M. Miss Sallle Lou Myers is nt home here for a visit-thim from all the surrounding towns anil after a short visit to relatives in Hat Elliott and S. D. Cochran. Mr. and Mrs. p. P. Ham have re, Williams of Daughters College, then or the state, pro country and calling to him. He says to todsburg. Mrs. B, C. Rose of Bryantsville was turned from the bedside of their daugh loremost educator nounced ber a girl of the finest mental a reporter today: "When I went into Miss Minnie Gully la enjoying a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. ter, Mrs. Charles Tarter, who is criti this busineas ten years ago In a small cally ill of typhoid fever at her home grasp that had over came under his In in Hustonville with Reverend and Mts, Leur for a visit of a few days. drug store in Deadwood, S. D., I never in Somerset. Late reports from Mrs. struction. J. W. Beagle. thought Messrs Earl and Edwin Ward of CinTartar indicate that she is doing as When still a young girl, she made the business of the time coming when my Mr. and Mrs. Larkln Vanhook are in cinnati have been in Lancaster to see would be more than I could well as could be expected, and her great decision, choosing Jesus as her Lincoln for a visit to Mr. Wm. Van their relative. Miss Andndge. . speedy recovery is hoped for by her Savior and united with the Christian attend to." hook and tamlly. Dr. J. II. Phillips of the Robinson many friends in this her former home, church of .which she was a devoted and CHIEF POLICE REPORTS. faithful member throughout her life. Miss Eliza Lunaford leaves Sunday Infirmary, Birmingham Ala., has been Greeneville, Tcnn.. July 13, 1915. On February 8, 1872 MIjs Mary Hud-so- n for a weeks visit with her sister, Mrs, visiting Miss Anna Itelle Burnsido. For the past fifteen years I have been PARK IMPROVEMENT. was marriel to Mr. Waller Chenault Welle of Cincinnati. troubled with a bad rheumatism pains Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Speith are in of Lincoln County and went with him in my hips, knees, ankles and Working together tor the improve Job Maraee of I'aint Lick has entered tauisville for a visit to her father and muscles. to reside In the far West. Some doctors said it was my weight the High school here and is with his sister, Mr. Ayerman and Miss Ayerman. ment of the park, the Woman's Club She was ever an ardent lover of that caused the trouble, as I weigh and the Commercial Club have been 237 uncle, Mr. Joe Turner. Miss Sallio Cook Gregory has return soliciting subscriptions from the busi children interested in their welfare, pounds andxonstantly on my feet, as I The many friends of Dr. Burdette ed to Winchester after a visit to her ness men and citizens generally during training and instruction. Tho no little have been on police duty 15 years. I Ramsey will be glad to hear ho is re- parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Gregory. the past week. ones were ever hers, she fostered her have also for the past six years had a cuperating after an illness. maternal instinct by taking into her bud stomach trouble. I could not The committee actively engaged Miss Mabel Claire Arnold of Paris, cat Mrs. Noah Maraee of I'aint Lick has will arrive today and be the attractive soliciting is composed of Mrs. R. L. home six children caringfor and educat hog meat or vegetables and I was ipt. ing them ns her own. The surviing, tingin an awful condition. been spending a few days with her guest of her aunt. Miss Nannie Ander- - Elkin, Mrs. J. 15. Kinnaird, Mrs. Emma I have Iligginbotham, Jas. A. Iieazley and J. ones of these now honor her and lOVe tried hllmllviU nt flltr-r-moHinir, ..a daughter, Mrs. Mack Turner. her as a mother. nothing reached my case. I was almost Mesaix Emanuel Reynolds and James E. Stormes and they havo met with Mrs. Charles Daris has returned to After an illnes of several weeks, Mrs past going until five or six weeks ago 1 unbounded liberality on the part of the Chattanooga after a short visit to her CotTev of Wildie Ky, spent the week people, only about half dozen persons Chenault died suddenly September 23d, was persuaded to try DAKOTA JACK'S end with Misses Itettie and Polly Rey mother Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph. having just passed her (09) INDIAN HERBS. I have refusing to contribute. used onu nolds. Mr; and Mrs. John Spoonumore, of ine cost oi me improvement is es- birthday. Beside her husband, Mr. treatment and part of another, and 1 Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Warner of Stan timated to be $700. and to date about Waller Chenault, of St. Scott, Kansas, truthfully say I feel like a new were here the guest of Mr, Stanford man. ford were over Sunday with Mrs, $625. has been subscribed, and as the she is survived by one sister, Mrs. Lucy No more rheumatism and Mrs. Geo. Spoonumore, Monday bothers mo. Now Warner's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. it, committee is still actively soliciting II. Beazley of Stanford. Ky., and two I am thankful to say I eat anything I Mr. ui.d Mrs. J. S. Carpenter and Ilourne. contributions, it is hoped that the bal brothers, B. F. Hudson, of this place want to eut.'nnd to tell the truth I have little son, Joe Thomas, of Versailles, tried to find something that would hurt Mr. and Mrs. Alex Walker and little ance will be donated before the end of and II. A. Hudson of Danville, Ky. are here for u visit with with relatives, When the Savior said, "Even I came my stomach, but I failed to find Miss Virginia Pearl Walker are at the weex it si'nctf Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Asa Haynes ot home The City Council generously donated not to be ininisteted unto, but to using DAKOTA JACK'S REMEDY. after u stay of 4 weeks in Law. Uillsboro, Ohio, are guests of Mrs. one hundred dollars and the proceeds minister, he gave mankind an ideal Friendd. if you have rheumatism ton, Oklahoma. Hayne's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. It. for service by which every tiuly sue, stomach troubles take my advictt and from the sale of the old iron fence. Messrs Kay and Harry Lackey have Mason. The Woman Club and Commercial cessful life has since been measured. try this wonderful remedy. It works, returned to Kansas City after speeding To date uy luitn, wiln uevotlon and courage like magic. It works like magic. Mix. A. 1). Wynn and little daujf iter o short vacation with their parents, Club each gave to the fund. I following citizens and institutions sublime she made service the standard have offered a number of my the have returned to their homo in Madison Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Lackey. friends i of her life and to the end was unfalter they would use it and it would fail t have subscribed: Indiana, after a stay with Garrard Jack Adams, S. II. Aldrldge, Dr. ing and patient toward attaining it. do the work for them, to take the. Messrs. J. Rockwell Smith, It. L. relatives. Her loss to the community In which money out of my own pocket and M. Farru. Fred P. Frisbie, Acton, Judge Arnold, Sam Anderson, Miss Kathleen Walter was in Stan Elkin. J. their money. tVhat is one dollar and F. S. Hughes comprise a happy W. II. Burton, J. P. Uourne. J. 0. she lived Is n severe one. to her family ford last Thursday for the opening of Bogie, Bailey and Moss, Miss Minnie it is irreparable. Yet throughout to compare with health. Try it and ba fishing party near Cumberland Falls. the handsome new establishment, "The Brown, Bastin Bros. W. B. Ball, 0. long lite sue nas continueu to shed an convinced. Princes . Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Holtzclaw, Mr. Buck, Tom Ballard. W. II. Brown, Joe influence for purity, integrity and de Yours for good health-Miss Lizzie Hopper returned the past and Mrs. L. P. King and Mrs. J. II. Bryant, George Ballard, Jim Beazley, votion to her Master which will be i J. 0. McAMIS, Douglas, Arizona after spend Soper motored to .Hustonville and were Citizens National Bank, Central Record, benison to the lives of those who loved week to Chief Police, Greeneville. Tend. Ing the summer with her sister. Miss guests last Friday of Rev. and Mrs. J. J. R. Corrn, Mrs. Emma Iligginbotham, and honored her, giving them a renew W. lleagle. Headquarters for ullof Dakota Jack's Theo Currey, M. L. Canee. Conn Bros. ed zeal and inspiration to meet drily Jane Hopper. Where you cet Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. Capt. I. M. Dunn, Davidson and Doty, the battles of life as Christian Soldiers. Indian Remedies. Miss Jennie Cox, a student of the Dickersou and Carrier, J, E. Dickerson, Surely her dear ones seeing her good bottle ot DAKOTA JACK'S COWBOY Normal school at Richmond, was down Arthur Joseph, Mr. Adolph Joseph and Denny and Wheeler. Dr. Elliott, It. T. works shall glorify the Father which is LINIMENT FREE with everv Sl.Oa for a visit with her parents, Mr. and Miss Emma Doner were guest on Sun 45 days treatment. day of Mr, and Mrs. Alfred Owens near Embry, K. P. Frisbie, J. M. Farra. A. in Heaven. Mrs. Jasper Cox. U. Ford, Bascom and Lige Ford. E. C, She was, trualy one of God's children, J. E. STORMES DRUG STORE. Preachersvllle. Miss May Powell of the Richmond Gaines, J. L. Gill; Dr. Gilbert, Garrard and death to her was no other thing R. McROBERTS DRUG STOIIFT Misses Carrie Miller and Eliza Todd Normal school came down Saturday Bank & Trust Co, Garrard Milling Co, than the end of travail, the port of LANCASTER, KY. evening for a short visit with Mr- - and entertained a few friends at the home Haselden Bros, J. F. Holtzclaw and Paradise, the haven of Heaven. Her BOONE SANDERS General Store. of Miss Milter, on last Thursday. A son, Hudson, Hughes & Mrs. C. D. 1'owcll. Farnau, Joe dying day was her "resting day from delightful lunch was served and an enHaselden, W. D. llammack, Lou Hol- sin and trouble; her reaping dsy when HUBBLE. KY. Mrs. John Wagner of Leonard, Kan- joyable evening spent. mes, Frozier Hurt, Clay Hamilton, Dr. she shall reap the fruit sown In tears sas, is here visiting her cousins, J. R. Lyons and wife, Mr, and Mrs. Hood, J, A. Jones, Joseph Mercantile and faith; her conquering day when she )AR OF KENTUCKY Mvsdames E. W. Harris, S. 15. Henry Wm. Wells, and Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Co, Dr. Kinnaird, Clay KaulTmun, Vic triumphed over all enemies, even the and M. L. Lawson. Tuylor of Mt. Sterling motored to Lan- - tor Lear, Billy Lawson, Logan, Ander- - Arch enemy. Death; her robing in and CORN WITH 17 ROWS. One of our most attractive caster Sunday and weie guests of Mr. sun and Tomlinson, W. B. Mason, J. It. which to put otT the rags of llesh for popular girls, Miss Bernie Lear, left nd Mrs. G. M. Lyons. Mount and Son, I). W. Marsee, J. W. the glorious garments of immortality;" Georgetown, Ky., Sept. 25. (Special) Monday morning to enter Southern ColMiller, Wm. Mees, R. E. McRoberts, her Coronation day when she was Henry Clay Allen, whose corn won blu Mrs. Emma G. KautTman was hostess lege, Petersburg, Va. crowned with the crown of' righteousNational Bank, II. B. Northcott, at quite an Informal 0 o'clock dinner on Price, Geo. Palmer, Dr. Pryot, Joe ness promised to them who are faith- ribbons at both State and county fairs, has an ear this season with Dr. and Mr. Allen Monday evening, the honorees being Miss Iteulln Duncan seventeen rows. A reward of $100 has been ofwere the Mesdames Dave Dunn of Uanvllle and Pursley, Taylor Raney, W, .1. Romans, ful unto the end. Burton of Nicholasvllle Dave Ross, Ben Robinson, Mrs. Jane fered for such an ear. pleasant guests of Miss RubyThompson E. L. Owsley, of Lancaster. Robinson, Allie and Dave Sanderr, Saturday and Sunday. Ed Seale, W, A. The recent marriage of Miss La Verne Jesse Sweeney, SCHOOL FAIR. Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Martin and Mr. Bruce at her home In Washington D Speith, George Smith Sr, Clay Sutton, What Is the Bost Remedy For and Mrs. Hubble of Stanford, were the Constipation? n Elsewhere In this issue will be seen and Dr. Meade Moore, formerly of Jas. W. Smith, Johnnie Sinjpaon, Is a guest of Misses Ethel and Mamie Harrodsburg but now of "Washington Teater, F. M. Tinder, D. A. Thom- again a list of premiums offered by the This day.question asked us many times each The answer is Walter, and Mrs. Walter, Monday. D. C. will Interest readers of the as, Judge Louis Walker, Green Clay School Fair. A very Interesting will alo be rendered at this time. Mrs. E. Darnard left last week for Record, as the young bride's father, Walker. It. D. Wilkerson, Ed Walker, She the late John Bruce wis pastor of the Misses Fannie and Bettie West, Harry Dr. II. II. Cherry of Bowling Green, We guarantee them to be satisfactory home In Washington, D. C. Hon. McIIenry Ithcads and Prof. V. O,' to you. bold only by us, 10 cents. was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Lancaster Baptist church for a number Ware, Mrs. Zlmmer, Chas. Zanone. J, E. Stormes, Gilbert of Frankfort being among the Psttie GUI, who will be with her for an of years, She Is quite an attractive Ft. E. MeBobtrts Sec. and Treas. of Park Fund. speakers. girl, being a very gifted musician. indefinite stay, ( Gossip About People ril... 1 'T ..,rr: d nr sixty-r.int- h r , . a - Tliur-ma- pro-gra- hr a . Page 6 OPENING GUN IS MEDBYSTANLEY Thousands Attend Rally of Kentucky Democrats peo-'mr' The Central Record, Thursday Sept 30 It nnmlnees snnuM tne party proposes to do for the nred riave heard nvr and named until Mr. Morrownu, pie, and from tnoso tnings whlrh re,h1 un mnt than trie Peopie--Tnlr),House." omitted, you may know with reason- is greater able certainty what the ..me party. fJ'iVn,Jult,1k',.V,'w'.Vih,r nSJ IS about 10 do to them. ThUl It will1 know, nnthlnr nt Invisible rorernment. be seen there Is an endless conflict w. knottlnn, Itl top timid or too corrupt to lv you solemn plH.e to destroy between the advocates of lionet rot- ,,, 0r ,hM lr,..s more rotent and wnminl fiti.t Itima nmlttnrlpi nf n'ntt. more silent th.n Mr fnrrtiw hlah In ' nl" Party's the nowers behind, tier nnu pri.lieee wtio rou.e tn party ,h, ihrne. enunrlls. how eaty It It to realise leader, like Nlcodemus by plebt, lr- - secure th slnewa of war and the aid of lh swung ttpon silence nnd a covert tin. ,f on rohorts. wlchicane nnd enHikednee. ,h ,ntt () ,,nn(1 wUh demanding to commit the ptrty to their rWers on their lips nmt allow the 19 5. 1 mho I.MJ.05S.71 ..,, Democratic party and Its nominee" alone champion the mux of the oppressed me punishment th oppressor ltlmn and unsustalned and to advanceI unaided aanlnst this unlection cf the public. seen and Inveterate foe of popular srov- plat.orm of a political party has ernment. this Influence, an Infinitely pr?ter slgnlfleince then deadly as the brenth of the t'pia or the shade of its raK.mte. flno Ollvte. under whoe Mlshtlnc patriotic every nine utterances ,mpu, ,ry as. of non(y. I have IS the solemn COVcrant of Ine many plratlon must wither and decay the suffrage nf the people of the other Is never souaht without formally reasserting-' Kentucky perchnr.ee the IIi...- - nplnlon or a my Hsed and unalterable opposition to Burgoo Is Serve:! In Huge Quantities those Influencea which have ton often Individual. Plat, Stanley Explains Democratic made constitutional rovernment a mock form and Says He Will Carry Out Analysis of the Republican Platform, ery and a ehara, and constitutional offl Rousts the tioi ine oevine, uui Road Pledges Good reason, I shall tn the very cers toola ine een'anie of01 special Interests. For that the and pawn" Republicans. a letter aridreaaed to the public on Ds- beginning, call your attention to a IS, 112, I declared brief analysts of the declarations upon csmber Interests seeking special fsvors 'The can never be tolernted by a party whose Glasgow, Ky, September 20. Spec- which all the candidates ot the Reprime purnoae la to atrip those Interests conveyed thousands of Ken- publican Party stand and which has ial trains of every undue advantage and every obtained by the operation of tucky Democrats, from all sections of been described by the head of the Erlvllece or violation of good ones." the state, to the noteworthy event of ticket as his party's "word of honor" On January the last, tn announcing my 17 formal opening of the Democratic which "when accepted by the suf- candidacy for Governor, 1 declared: the ! willingly surrendered a seat In campaign for state, Judicial and legis- frage of the people to whom It Is Congreae to flght above all else that lative offices. given, becomes n rolemn contract most Insidious and abominable menace The sparkling oratory of former seated with the groat seal of thej to the llbertlea and property rights of a free people -'- Invisible government Congressman A. O. Stanley, their Commonwealth. A covenant powers nominally vested in benevolent nominee, pleased the multitude of with the people of Kentucky." and respectable figures, nctually exer for the cause voters and What covenant has Mr. Morrow or cisea Dy ine covert anu cunning emu-aarlg Stanley spoke. In of every and ta of Democracy. Mr. his party made to protect the State dodging Interest fortunate enough to part, as follows have a friend In court, from the "miners ami sappers" of t U 111 .1.1. nt Aiifftitt elected Governor of Kentucky I 'If government and of solemnly nnd earnestly pledge the peothe Democracy of Kentucky In Con-- ! honest forlJ1 ple of the commonwealth here nnd now endeavor? Search it. nnd from ventlon assembled, rededlcated Itself beginning to end, from Alpha to Om-g- i. that I will turn the calcium llRht upon the lobb)lst and upon all who seek to to the service ot the people and the secure positions of honor or privilege there Is not n line, not a word, by any secret or unholy alllarive with not n syllable asalnst "Invisible gov. him." pledge to the people ernment," not a The pledge mad as a candidate t am to cleanse tho Legislature of corrup- - Prepared to keep as your nominee and as ur Governor. . .i,. .... .). (.uimiiiiuiiiai, .tut, uui a bciu- Antitrust Plank blance of an antMol.by plank or an No, , U,at,ie dta- ,he anti-trus- t declaration. Why In the j trlbutlon cf wealth. Is th great problem name of reason and Justice nnd com- - ffr''l'.'Ef.hiJl "m.n.kf more and more mon sense, did not my distinguished mat inordinate wealth and widespread: measure nttrlhuttbls opponent, who was present-whe- n that penury are In great distribution, secured platform was reported, arise In that to this Inequitable by illfrnt combination of cftpltnl and Convention nnd say then as he says Ihe creation of k I pan tic mpnopoMe. n,Nnii(tiisji iin Kui iiiiir insnow. "the Third House Is still greater corpora ttonn, regulating- the operation ui of than the people's house; still throws common carriers, fnrMildlnir the forma upon It Its dark and damning shadow; lion of hoMInK comp.inlen, the Interlock tnjc of directorates nnd other multl jwhllo open graft and brazen lobby-- I farlous device ff.r the destruction of ing Is charged by Kentucky's great competition nnl the prevention of the tup-pl- y operation of est Democratic Pdltor? Why did he free nnd demand, the natural law of th nil the statutes of utter no warning that such an omis- various Stales and the Federal Governsion would be regarded as the evi- ment alike. act calculated to protect the The one dence ot Inexcusable Ignorance or the people of Kentucky from exploitation plunder by badge of cowardness and of shame? and been declared trusts and monopolies unconstitutional, He calls a Dctno-rat- lc legislature to has this Htnte stands naked nnd and today de fenseless, a prey to every crooked comfor falllnjr to pass an anti-lobbI task bination and every form of corporate InI bill, but neither he nor his party offer iquity, a snug harbor for every tommer-cl- al pirate peeking; refujre from the wise to the people one ray of hope that in ( righteous wrath the event of his election he will sug- legislation and the States. forty-seve- n sister gest or will enact, such a law. The fact that this ynwntng chasm la left In the only legal defense yit pro' Invisible Government, vided has caused an apprehension little of consternation nmong thojchtful The Democracy of Kentucky, pure short discerning men. In the face nf this j land undeflled. has declared war upon and appalling state of affair th Itepubllcan STANLEY. A. 0. this monstrous thine--. MnvlKthla nnr. platform tocontains no antitrust plank, no greed or curb faith of the Fathers, by adopting ernment. Ellhu Root on the stime pledge corporate corporal The reason to Is punish crime. without a dissenting voice, a platform day in the very citadel ot privilege not far to seek; It prefers to betray the people rather than offend the Interests. specifically pledging Its nominees to amj plunder admitted: Rtpubllean Convention Refuses to EnUse highest service ot ine common-- , "Doth parties are alike: all oar- dorse Its Own Administrations. saisjrf At at Nation!. wealth. Not the least Important ot Its ties are alike. The system extends ". Th.- uvr,1r.:,, covenants was an unequivocal pledge An examination of th. State or na'lon. 1 through all. assert this prtJc'"i. m.Ke. party 5!.JirTh0f.cVrhlrhlKnn,U,wj; sSih"fals. as ulcers' oatni." dl.ra. to stubbornly oppose that most Insidperversion of democracy, this rob"'"scover.ant with the people, "a solemn bing of democracy of Its virility can S'.'i h.. .Uw .r71rii In ious foe to every righteous reform l?hV,. platforms A In giioa rattn. Ii ronirar, Invisible government." On the same un.ir th ritV,,.i lh. be changed as truly as the system ttay. the Constitutional Convention ot under which Walpole governed the P"1"1"'" lpJf'V,VJEf.1SHoit.,.I Promts of riform. but " tn- - N"1 tba State of New York heard from Commons of England by bribery, as ?X.iPPJL!,T2 c,iPitIn.P abusive bait for th. unwary. chingM .I??! yu " . Ihe old elephant Is nriS Use lips ot Its President. Ellhu Root, truly as the atmosphere which made ?hV,t.?iitn'a. ?I initio? Ln orteTlsl f.lL?n;t ilVJii osn with senile debility, th. Hull Moos. a. most startling declaration, the more up ,or r",slr" n1 ou of ,n" rulM the Credit Moblller scandal possible Lnf for le.ll?atl?r? ? ?JnI carcasses of these lmsurprising when you consider the pre.t.imin.Mn d?,h Vh. In the Congress ot the United States ' ,h discardedd"Pl'lng nepubllcanltm T tT "fS,,,,B, P01"" vious political alignments ot the speak--e- r ' wouW and has been blown away by the !.'Vf!m!..hi. ii?aum X lciiJjurWv construct a hvbre.t monst.r upon :!5i!mi winui W 5h. hlch u r,,, ,r'' and the character ot his auditors. force ot public opinion. r "rt of "bull- PJ-'-'Khalf reactionary and half ?tJ i niVtf m. "What Is," said Mr. RooL "tho riii,. Proaresslve. a Janu.-hea.te- d emblem. i!fyK: Government ot this State, the Govbnlng fac. to turne.1 "h "We can take this one step toward MS?n"n.on.t th. dawn and counten.inc. tow.rd ernment of the Constitution? Oh, not robbing the people ot their part ninhii. n.rVi ,!n ih? subject. I hji on sombr. ,un. Xh party ,w ,h of ' no; not half of the time or half in government, but toward robbing 5j!yJ.hi. Democracy. Progressive and Iteartlonary. nS iint vt!mm S?t way, the Government of the an irresponsible autocracy ot Its in- iufe.t'nhtuion T vVJ m1 on.Taition1. boun1 onnlcilng platforms, may truth:I 10 ,h !hLc LZ "hJ ? Kentucky -' that th.r. wSi Sni! don't know wh-- r. D"D'' going, nor do I State has presented two different! defensible and unjust and undemoI am ?S! on nUr.S a 1..? a lines of activity, one of the constl-- j "" 1 amrfi, my way tomy Ti?ilto cratic control ot government, and IS-hln- -. purP" totlonal and statutory officers of restoring it to the people to be ex- withered posey abov. Its petrifying re- - SndSSJv after In- Mr. Morrow arraigns the last , the State, and the other they call ercised by the men ot their choice mains. ., . m,..t Demo- .in race, ine msi ninTrnun - .H,i. .. .' " tliem party bosses the system they" and their control." did not attempt to writ, a new ptatform. call "invisible governmenL" From the north woods to the Ever- b,.cT.d"y,h,7or f.?,he,r1o01;pu,bn,U, It Is all wrong. It Is all glades of Florida and from Cape May platforms have usually followed a sort ,1 endorsing, previous na- - ?.V.n V.Vlh of.a V"0n;.U.,.', TJ . mt rlii. ".V wrong that the Government not au- - to the Golden Gate, from the valleys I if formula-fl- rst . "wii.u.ti thoiTzed by the people should be to the mountain tops, the length nnd I hJ .state.' ,iioV Tof hu uniou? .,..m. mPi Treasury ar.d a nam. "Th, Democratic br.kruM sat. Mr. continued superior to the Govern- - breadth of the land Is filled with what bls 'hey have hitherto been strong on Morrow, "catr.e into cot.trn. of th, three branches of the guverr.ir.er.t Janment that is authorised by the pec- - Mr. Hoot has well described as the I 'K'rm" I'tulit.''"? 'f!?dihlha uary 1. 1S12. On this day thtre wer. ' pie." "deep and sullen and "pointed with pride" on several ecca- against ays Mr. Root, tho fake government resentment at being governed by men " ,,,"'cwl mcr " ,hn .utstsr.dlrg ur.pa.ld warrantsround the Treasury amounting In to i:ec,000. On August II I even In the imperial State of New not of the people's choosing." And yet' that party which had the stom- wer. outstanding against nil. there th. Ym-- k for years has been stronger than 1" .V,5-- 'l,r?dSl?r"ro"tirlio2i'rtf w hirer. It was wor upon 'Invisible govern-- 1 State unpaid (Merest-bearin- g w amounting tn 11.!;;. 000. tho true government The inordinate 'menf. It was the declaration of the ; a. T."or In re.liMri with "i th, powsr' He therefore assumes the Klae it bt power of such a government Is not new freedom. Inspiring a trumpet's l his command tr. uurptlon of t.i .1- - U.iiS.MQ In debt aii Inference abto V.o'-J ly unwarranted by the reiord lit. reach-i- d Tali2ed because It Is not seen. Were call, that made the eloquent school-- ' Jf,,", word to cy Jussllns of all ita selfish, nnd sinister nnrnnsps. mnlAr nt Vow Iamhv i ua r.nv. in cnrnmendatlon either ol tr Itetiub- - worthy an artful alnlr.ruihut figures, unoppenent. cf rr.y As Is w!t snown. nearl) el: th. all Its secret operations, all Its mul- - ernor and then the President ot th ,,ciloktr!,1,,2a'ck',ovMl "n revenue, c last lanure. State's monins si tne year, curlt.g the runuuiuiuuus uiisutrcua vpuscu ia lucir unueu stales, ine exposure or IMS Hon ar.o recr:minauon. ot tr.r wni. r,e nbiood.!.dR'arr,d Vf. ning txpenses of 'he 1ovri.ment naked hldeousness to the view of hon- - hidden and abominable thing by the st men, they would recoil In disgust zourageous representatives ot the peo- - tr.rrr-i-i.e- e in t'hs'cor.duct 'of it., stat. about the sain one month wlh anoher, e jLnd horror from this modern nnd pie has been the crowning glory nl Govrnir.nt. tttsi lir.es. of this party. r so that, nowevei m.q , r.m debtm 'hsen 'h may it at he ne firs of nennatrnna nerver.lon of nontilae. ,nv. Iho -l ,IK ma 7. ,e it, any n,n .i ii j miiu-r- ii iii i W.V. ias. of Auu 'il --. . - -,v wd, I.VM, jtisiuir, wt, srmment. achievement and historic In great Is. In efft. a nnhetl" appeal 'o tht Ps s'itsand,r,g Kvery public servant, every polltl- - tasks nobly done. There Is but one t V d.d" knd 'o forgj' ?h. tb"! If r.o nl.Jons. he 'ten in rar.J ob.ig.M' ns .'us' teal organization seeks preferment or State In the Union that can boast of'dsrs ct thn- - whom evn their frlsndi to mti ihes sn .. i.i.'is Ir.it.me, as a r farmer uy. power, either through public approval a doien Intelligent men and but one ' dir' n,t "',"dof It.OOP. he major il sntrh it the ale of 'ocace ot .orn derived party on earth, that possesses a polltl-- , or the secret favor ot this .n 'n fa., ar.d win'', and otfet vailing and unseen Influence known can organization which Is either Is-- , Th. Democrats ot, Kentucky will nof would probutl- find he fire tf Julv that hli ,iie i)nse ex ..lis hv several s "Invisible government." Public norant of the existence of Invisible i soon forget that In IM this party In r ir hand. If. .men and political organizations have rovernment or loo corrupt or too cow I"!:'"", Ero?,.diSa7iuMvrT..Vr.a: nunoreii it. an h ro enteeo .h. lncom. toe, however, .file displayed a morbid ingenuity In their ardly to say anything about I' IhaMclsing the pardoning power r. subttrv. wni'.D ne migr' ir.'rni y p purpo wph the from the sal, .f his nr'.U'jt's ran no . .v. Pdllllcal and vtTnrla In tecum tho -nrmrnvol or or. h..i. I. Ik. n...,,ll... n..i f- -t iickjii'i-ii- i n'lc.rtaln effect of encourng't.! etitn, ny fcs trulhfuKv sa n I...' r. u In t.bl cr unautpectlng public by it t. clltterlne Ken- - State of Rentuckv. and the rinren men virtually rendering cilmlnAii or uemo imprQVia,r.t nr.u ri.r.anjpi .faire ness a arfi... eraUtles and meaningless platitudes are the Committer on Resolutions c7nk1,',h,,a,mVTwa!l'htmw it.' 7w perofcent of the e':r.g expenses when hav-In- g ate rm v 'h teen Incuired, uuc uin.ia iiicii Biu9u luuu. uvui na niiKii, on ino iou oi last. June, wrot In the saddle bfor Ita llen',Llli-uGov all t :ndar.tly proceeded t., ominlt th, Its revenues uni o!r'-- d lr Inexhaustible coffers. An alert and the platform upon which Mr. Morrow ernot braxenlysolemnly same denounced and to iiiutirHteu ny appning crime It had discerning public demands not high stands. Henubil in admlr.u'at.in of do the dastardly deed from which ty to the gi.w-In'n . sounding professions of party loyalty1 During mors than a de In th. pub- - necessary Inference he was lorever bound wr.lcri Mr. .Morrow ep1-.- ! He en., whosi Janisrv 1, service, the best years of life have Imi II demands exnllclt promises, tne ,"ctrrty glvtn ta flghn ,h), a'lK)rnn,bie to abstain; liberating astassins.Kentucky 1912, terms. outstanung n.w irrants .gslnit butchery covered all the brutai auloption of concrete reforms and the thing wherever It raised Ita MHura head with a pall of sorrow and bedewed th, hit admlnlstriiti i atii'',titd In round to n brav, remedy of known abuses the re.i In th'' Hiat. or In th. natloa I unearth. eyes anil crimsoned the cheeks ofblushes figuresone Vto.oi a'l nithe A'jg'ttt yar 1S1I. t.m, d ,h' around wlr-- t that connected the men with t,ara of sorrow and chose.-b Mr etralnt of the activities of the lobby- - Penat. of the fniied states wllh ill of shame, acts that have appalled lb, the patty fated a Uenclt of th conscience of th. world, and today, In 1st nnd the lawlessness of the trust, desk of v'.n.u !".n Nelson !f'w..3r?rk' and Aldrlch their unpunished enormity, "smell to bucli ler'slatlon while demanded of the trust. IA. have turned th. horn. heaven.'' , Ta) lor, Klnley, Howard and in uider that we may form an accural. the light Ivy the people Is peculiarly obnoxious upon th. most Intimate nnd aecret con--f- n Powers wer. all turned loose red.hsnded estimate or tn. relative emciency and economy of th. high between the masters thnae win are to l.o anected uy It, nnaiw and th. servant, of th. ofpeople and secure, y.and a Itepubllcan Governor, and Its Itepubllcan present administration predecessor. It Is only of parchment and a cheek with "an do th, dared hav spread upon records and too often Incur the Implacable ' Isress th. check, andth.vouchers, of Con-an- d of atone" deliberately solemnlyto damned tust to compare the tlscal condition of for Identical periods. thing his party had th. In. In noiseless nostimy nf 'Invlalblo .n.putal.U proof of their acarlei sin. In Th. present Democratic administration order that h. and his kind might "subrovernment." The makers of party Kentucky I have without reganl to Ita serve political and partisan purposes cam. Into power January I, lilt, and upun ?.X ",wn Pol,"ift' 'utur or with th. certain effect of encouraging has. therefore, been 1.In... control three years platforms, and the candidates upon upon any political parly, from January 1. regard cilme by virtually rendering criminal ot and eight months. often find themselves between to friend or foe. Demucrat without 112. to August II. Uli. To make a fair or Itepubllcan. (Itepubllcan) faith Immune from punishcomparison between tne two administratho conflicting forces which Hoot so hav."J i'.!""1, ."".1 ,"i.w..mll!"u.Ln Tf.r ment," tions, w, must take th same relative knlf. and th. kn f. to Ihe hilt Strsddl, graphically described, the peop . e de- - to against th. emis.aiies of invuibi. ov. Morrow Would Platforms. Two or Mors period of time for both as a basis of Is, tho Democrallo ad coaiparlson; mment.' It la known of all men that mandlng a pledge ot faithful service may b. that th. nomine, of th. He. ministration that from inn. is not a aiii.iv jhjui in lull reeking It and the Interests the omission of such i fortress of flimticU! crookedness and po- publican party feels sum. part of ex- August II, ISIS, andJanuary I, II1Z, ad-to th. the Itepubllcan 'pledges. that reason, more sig- litical sill known "as the Hhack that sentiment which he has su gracefully out ministration from January ft, ISOl, to Au1911. that event, he la totally mind to nificance should attach to the umls-jlon- s Draft built" from It. masterwalls, whoth. pressed. In with his party and la already gust 31. following table ahowa th. com la of harmony Th. meanest sniper within Ita organisain a political platform than In aot politically and personalty hoatll. and "ofl of th. reservation." Th. Is and to faratlv. receipt, and expenditures of th for Identical periods: and willing tu lend aid and com-fu.11 things which are actually said. ready to any old enemy of this ticket.rl tion whose representativeh. h. delegated th. Republican Asmlnlttratlon from January whom, prior to Jun. 15. on various and .frnm the things which are said, you I'tYJocratln or Itepubllcan. Progressive light to speak for himhaa not hesitated , ttos, to August 31, lilt. questions, not, It that jsui, in a measure, determine what tr what who wrot 1. Inroncelvabl. plat jo xed publicUs contempt (or th validity Itc4pts froal all tourcss, ... t2J,o7,l!MT express lb, men th. Itepubllcan at Glasgow no tlLtntVLllJn.nt In neL Party Leaders Jubilant !.......! ,ii. ... r,on. ,,, f er platform sledires. Th platform upon which Mr, Morrow waa nominated "V farnr the enactment of a Uw which shall permit party nominations without reirard to the party affiliations of the candidates." "We faior," mn this party, "amendments to the Hint law peimlttlns; and same turn tn.llnrt. f ,h enrnllttl.il. Candidate tl the different nsrtle ' (tin 'have lime eurperted prone eitem tie. ' nuMioan lenders were t.. i.racilce this Janus r.tced diplomacy, hut 1 hardly , thought the would compel the quick- , chlln, Dr JfKyl pUy ,, and .Mr. Ilvle politics In the ery pres. enc of the peuple Let us sunum- - that such K platform declaration had th force and effect of elsilna Uw. v hat would ! the result?e The various have made their plat-Thforms which Mi Morrow enya are a sol. ran covenant nnd when adopted by the people have the hlndlnt effert ot a "Cotract sealed wllh the areii mil of th. commonwealth." As the nominee of both factions of his party he would necessarily nnd himself commltteil to two platforms. Let us Imasine him rpeatiliis- - In a stand-stngl- o pat audience on the platturm for which he prnfeseea such profound reverence and to which he promises such Implicit obed- irnve. ne wuui.1 iiountiess euiiy nis su I mtrers wllh the statement that he pro-I- n posei to preserve nnd enforce th County Uw now upon the atntute books. i Unit I 'Fellow cttlsens," says Mr. Morrow, is It not my covenant, my olemn contract. signed with the great seal of the that 'We now declare our continued adherence to the County Unit law, and we do hereby endorae the present County Unit law of Kentucky and pledga ourselves to Ita itrlct and rigid The nest day we nnd him upon the other platform surrounded by admiring Mooeers and declaring. "Is It not my par tya rovenent, a 'solemn contfnet signed iun tne great seal of the commonwi-aiin,- ' that The Progressive party of Kentucky pledges Itself to submit to a vote of the Htnte. an amendment to nur State Constitution forever prohibiting the ale of Intoilcatlng liquors in Kentucky." Support me, brave Mooeera, for you have n "solemn contract, sealed wllh the. great seal of the commonwealth." that the County Unit ahall be sent tn the ding bow wok and State-wid- e prohibition enforced, and thai without deiav On the following day the republican nominee will return to the old fold, will assure his friend In the large cities who are somewhat uneasv nlmu this Woman Suffrage acltatli-lhal 'he Ittpuhllcan party positively refuses to state Its position upon that question "Kspressly reserving Ihe right of all Republicans to vote i:poli the question oi fillttnmaii punroge as tney see nt. A thai "nraa ' eksnga" tnw hiiiiitanina r.pponnl Uark In ihe i am! occompilnhiI t)o o( hf, Ufj.B, HuU Mo0f, ramP( ln he assures the interlng suffragists that e 3inosers. n ami sne nilKe- "Deir tn reiterate our belief In the Just principles cf Woman Suffrage, nnd urge upon the r.eit Legislature tn submit the question to th. ottra of Kentucky." This, they are told, Is nut an Idle utterance, but a solemn covenant mail, to b. kept by "us Progressives." n contract 'under the great seal of the common-wealthItut worse, nnd last of alL Imagine my glfled and distinguished frtemt, proud of his atalwart Itepubllcan forbeara. and of the grat standpjttera who have added luster tn his honored name. Imagine htm quoting again the lang'lig, ot Ihe last national Itepubllcan platform to the delectation of a Uourbnn llepubllcanlsm: "VY Invite the Intelligent Judgment of the American people upon th. administration or WIMUni It. Taft on which that legislation Is a any administration might appeal with confidence to the favorabl. Judgment of history. And then, far removed from the very echoea of ata laat utterance, facing thos. who hav. spewed from their mouths th. easy-goin- g and Invertebrate Taft, and who stl.l worship their Idol of th. till n, Stick, the only and strenuous Teddy, the same ildwln P. Morrow w rearnrm our unswerving alleg- - Cash received ftnm former lemoertle administration, January 1, los t.es. , Total I!l, 110.1I5.11 Democratic Admlnlttrstlon from Janusry i, 1112. to August 31, 1S19 ttecelpts from all sources . . .IM.iTn.JTS I rnhflprftt An rt of lfKtaUtlr nur p)ckt poor nnd th rkh Tick hav HuiIIm. uary (teHell In 1. UIJ TreLnrv .ten. Tby nllWt ly Uw. your MUt by Uw. Thjr thlnKii fVfn umUr lni nonff ot tht- r pub-l- it wn trMnt'n pts.- - of lh r'f-tttn rnThir do Mil Th PAlA lah Ihsms.K east rrss.rainlt1 111 Imii- - nhti-- t H tn irt th lndlTl1uli mti. by Imr, nnd prnrllr-M- th Thjr thpy rob ih ' lomty Cowl Days nclt- zim.toTSs with iwdli p.mMW ,, - ,. S.,rii,'M S.Ui'J '"" ,,) . "'' ...J5.,h?. ci2 ""' 1 i.i .Sir i. lill? '5'j!?.h M,e " .dary ;,,: .jj'jf" u"lr Stutm" "J r 'i'l'Al J'Vrt2lm.nc" rn.,... ''?,LIV:nl'.n ta bs S,3TS.67.i: , Total The Democmttr administration has re celveil during the same relative period of time I1.ISM71.M more than the lie. publican administration . Th. official ngures from the Audltot'a office show that the list Itepubllcan ada deficit In the State ministration faced Treasury on August 31. 1911. of II. las.. 101.37, thnt on August II. ISIS, there was a deficit In the Htste Treasury of 441,01s.:!). or lt.JK.li3S S3 greater than th. deficit nt Ati.n.t St IStt That the present Democratic administration has received In re.enues for the same relative period II ISS.273.S3 and has expended In ell t3.riOS.ltl.IO more than th. preceding Itepubllcan administration. The total appropriation made by th. Legislatures of and lH tn carry out platform pledges nnd In response to a widespread popular demand tor progres- sive le.leldtlnn In Ihe Interest of eriuciHon and ngrlculture, of humanity, tn th better care or inmates in our cnantanie Institutions, for the maintenance of aged and dependent Confederate veterans, and for other worthy nurnoses. amounted to a total or u.Bia.i.z. nail tne wenerai Assemblies of 1SI2 and till made none of these appropriations. Ih. Treasury on August SI. I'iz. would nave snnwn a rasn balance or iz.zio.izi.si instead or a oe flctt of i:.m.oi9.:o. Hut Mr. Morrow goes farther and grows I worse, stating "that the .Hate has neea plunged l:. 7 11.000 deeper Into debt, makI ing a total additional expenditure In th, public revenues of 15.7:7.noo." or 11.171.-10.1- 3 more thsn Is shown by th. official figures. Mr .Morrow Is either very liadly advised or he Is a reckless guesser. This Is hut one of many Instances ahowlng that he Is much more picturesque than accurate. It la reasonably rertsln nnd may well be assumed that after the collection of anticipated revenuea on the 1st of Janud ary. ISIS, the ritate deflf-i- t will not 11,000.000. toe. that Justify the reckless statement of Mr. Morrow that "Ihlt Is a bankrupt State" fan three a commillion dollars nt debt monwealth the value of whose property exceeds a billion dollars What assurance hat we that this state Insolvency, even If It nctually of hop.lt existed, would l remedied by turning Kentucky over, "Huts and breeches." to Ihe successors of Wilson and Taylor. Do thos state, which for flftv years have been under an unbroken Itepubllcan regime show such freedom from debt, such prosperity as to Justify this most perilous rsmeayr Bonded Indebtedness of Republican States. Take Maine. Itepubllcan for fifty years, the home of Ding lev. Iteed, Uttlefleld and HUln- - Let us ompsr, the condl. Hon of poor old Kentucky, tnta iicp-jllr.n fisrsttlse. Th real and personal property of Ken. lucky It valued at I'U.tM 0M. That prop erty pays a tax rate oi i per with no bondd Indebtedness, Maine has less ihan half the amount nf tssshl. crnnertv- of Kentucky. I. tax rate SIMS', til appallingand )elof th11130 on theteaches thousum Ihe sand d.llars. wllh a bonded debt ot icss.ooo Ilenubllran almost con Ccrvnetlrut. tinuously lor the laet ha'f century, haa practically Ihe tame sirount of taxable property as Kentu kv lU,3M.01, with m nonoro ueDt oi it v.f,ii"i. Vew llAfnnmhife with less than flOa, 000.000 of properly, ha. a tax rate of 111 on th thousand sr.d a poroeu inaeDiea nee. nt 1I.1CS0OA. d Itepubllcan Stat, of The Tennsyhanta has a banded Indebtedness or lUi.lH.TOZ. Utile Ithnde Island. Ihe home of Aid rich, with U00.O00.0OO less property than Kentucky, has managed under Ihe wits economy of an unbroken Itepubllcan administration for generations to get along with only 13.041..;: of bonded indebted ness. Utah, with one. fourth of the wealth nt Kentucky, under the beneficent control Itepub or Iteed Kmn.it and an Iron-rlallcan organisation, has only til. 210.004 bonded indebtedness. Rtpubllean Ml, nil. In th. t.uth, It msy be said that I have mentioned only Northern Htates and that for purposes of com pari mm 1 should tske Southern commonwealths having a similar clt- lienshlp. alike In manner, customs ana laws. At one time Alabama, Arkansas Georgia. Louisiana. Klorlda. Virginia and South Carolina all had a chance at Mr. Morrow'a remedy for extravagance tn the administration of the mates affairs. At th. close or th. war they were comparatively free from debt, their affair, had been sdmlnlslered honestly and econom ically during generations of Democratic tne control. Tnen upon i.ugni or uepuuncan land. misrule fell that swept by nre and sword, hr cltle. In ruins, ner buckeneu neias nuiowea wun the graves of three hundred thousand slain, dltmsnlled and discrowned, ltepub-llcanltfound her prostrate, and from th, tips 01 hungtr, from warl ar.d raked ness. It filched untcld m.lllons, and 're. Is we . remembered with construction more horror than the carnage of battle or the famine nr.o pecu.erce tnai rcnow In the wake of war The annual cost nt the State's admin Istratlon In !.oullar.a under Democratic control was 11.142 su in l'.l. under a Itepubllcan regime. P reach the app..llnr sum of I' 17! Ill Th, average coil to th. Slat, of ich rr.irrtet ot 'he Legislature Curlrr '.he slrgle session was later under 11130 ret oay. Tta Derrticraiir ccntro!, exjerses wer. lm- meo.ateiv rroucen to litn.iii. or one r.ftk ot the cost d'jrlng Ihe reconstruc tion period. On December 21, i43. the was 111.112.377. r.ukllc debt of After three years of Itepub.lcan control I' was I22.SSS.SJ1. Under Democratic control In lilt, the ost of tna:r.!alnlng the government of Alabama was n IfaS.toS. In ISIS, under a llenisilran sd-- p itratlon. It waa 12.211.- return llh ilt. Knur jears ater,power itthewas 1111 tc if the uemoe-at- a mediate. v reou"ed to 1"S n HI. Hcrrlnlt-acloA llr.utHan between or ihe. Mate of till art! Mil fa.-r-- a l2 R'8""', n"'',n prtn " p''""" t. i.ii tt 'rnc tne. .' Fr ttetiutillcan adtnllilstratloti urriet In 1 sic tjmrgU which until lhal lime had never knewn Itepubllcan rule, had After a bended lndeblednM of lni.107. lets tr.an ihre, tears of Uepubllcan con trol Its bonded Initelitedr.ett was Increaa- rt to r.eallv It! ndS.OeO. The Male ef Vnslnia. under a Demo-crot- ladministration In 11(0, carried a in 1170, under puti'lr debt ut Itf.los.Cs. Itepubllcan rule, this debt Jumped to the spimlllng sum of 1 4.J0 Mr Morrow hat ta'ked mui h aliout the In purchasing extrniagarce of DemiM-ratThe Htn'e Capitol wj ottlce turr.lt jie. qsiumoia was reiurnisneu uurinz tnis periiHl. QuoMig 'tie tes'lmony ulx c'on.iritii Honorable James M I'Ue, aulher ot Th Prot'rate K ttte. When Hit Legislature met the last time Ih. new furniture was all In. the House was furnished must superbly A great deal wna said In the papers about he extravagance: a great deal of talk was mule ibout th carpets being e floe and about th rragnincent chandeliers and tplt'oons. utid one tplug and another tor an Impoverished people, liven several Itepubllruns said 1u nte tl.af It nrovoked them to sea so much extravagance, when we were so wnen tn, little able to ifl'iiu n. till came in it amounted to i,uuv. e e The hlshett prices were paid for this furniture, three or four or fly times Its valur for Instance, 1710 was paid for one niltror In the Speaker, room, each olhclal had a separata room for himself, most gorgeously ntteil up, with toilet sets and all the paraphernalia of a dwelling house: clocks at loo apiece: chandeliers at ItSO, Tlieje wer two hundred fin. porcelain spittoons, at II apiece. Then were only un hundred and twenly-fou- i members." "It Is." says th sum. author, "th Installation of a huge syatetn of brigThey ar th highwayandage. men of th Stat, they ar. professional leglaUtlv, robbers, they ar. Hi. man Ir.drtteilnns of In riorlda the cet' of aumlrltterlng th. analrtvci the stale more tnan nouoiea n Arkanti, 4 a btno-- d 1 theae varioua depirtmenta under the heteroiceneoua mnlml of a clique of poll t Ira I wlfAcra n oil J.trkft.nf.Il. trail. When he doa It h will have utterly de atruyed the nl fenalble method vet discovered by any pnreealve Htate for the protection of the health of lla 1t aena. th acurlty of Ih traveling public, the aafety of bank depoatte. the adequate protection of came nnd Hah, the of fureata, for aecutinff cheap neea and uniformity In achool tsnoka. Ihe detection and punl.hment of Ittcendlarlea, And, Above mi. tne maintenance And development of public hlahwAy. In thta effort tn overthrow all th re aulla of th Inn a, batlrnt lattor nf ran atructlv atateamvn h will And hlmaelf oppoaM not by pemocrnta Alone, but by men ami women every lorwaruaiooMinc where, by every philanthropic ecUty. by every prorev orvanlutlon. by every rood roada movemnt and by very bmad ml tided and pubtlc-eplrlte- ., clt lien who wlha to uae the noiver and rettiurcea of the common wjth fnr the mitertal proaperlty and the moral betterment of 118 prop,. To do It he muit repudiate th record And demollnh the handiwork of hit own poUtlcftl rolleafuea wha pArtltpttd In tb enactment of thla terliUtlon It will be pen that Mr Morrow araln indulfeo In an !Ieconillerej And whole aale denunciation of the work nf I)mo crata And Itepubllran alike. I can not believe that the Mfpubiican party in Ken lucky, even at th hhet of Ita nominee for Governor. I wlitlnrf tn repudiate tha nonet. Ana etnrieni vervire or men wnnm It haa cntrutted with pmlttont of dla tlnctlon And reiponttblllty. A Record of Achltvtment. The convention of 111 And the admin titration which haa with tuch fidelity and efficiency enacted lit mandate Into Uw win t Judced nt by what we aar. but by what they did. It enacted a rrlmary electlnn Uw con ducttd by the Htate at public epsne. It fc made our common achool aatem more practical ana emcieni. h cnanei lectin- - prteori commla th method of alnnera; It baa In tailed a uniform aa em of accounting in DUbllc umcea It haa created a department providing for more thorough invnectlon vt bAnka: It enacted a workmen' rornpnatlon act: It proilded for J he nomination And elc lion oi inueu r intra ietminra iy a il rect vole of the people. It haa provided and comfort of for the health the traveling nubile ft haa genemualy Administered to thr comfort of our Aged And decrepit heroee prevented bllndneM, driven the white rgue from the border of tha Mate M haa bull! brldgra, opened and ccnttructed great highway And provided a ewtetn of Htate aid for their malntcnaiKe and All thea thlnga It hat done In f.nMment of the party' itigea nonettiy mane nnd railhtuiiy ept In 1911 a Demo'tatlr ronentlon mad ami tine that time n Democratic admin IttrAllon haa kept mor pniinUer of re form 'ban weiv vr nud or kept by ne i.epunucan party ironi tn n.iy u waa create! until th tail itrDubllcan admlntrtratlon tn Keniucky went out of power, ard 1 challenge tho distinguished nominee of hla party to show where It e.er mad a pUtform pledge that waa net broken or gnored or that waa ever enact Ml Into Uw by Mepubllcnn nil ministration. atAndlnsr at The llmneror NarMiltHin. the cradle and of the crave of a lad civilization. Inspired hla tnarahnl leglona to deed of auperhumHn alor by point Ing to the Pyramids and -- reminding thot rortv cent urea sturav warnora lookeil down unnn mi them." Yuu ara na-- . aemblM, my fellow Democrats, In battle eager to meet your ancient ad array veraary with gay And restive Intrepidity. Aa you wage h winning tight, forty. sev.-- n etnectant Htate look down UDon ou. Thla la the nrat campaign of th Kind Immediately preceding n national elec tlon. Th eea of th President of th United Utatetf are on sou. What thouah some man may find th Covernor of hla Imperfect, what thouch administration h little like the thlnga I 9 Ay or tin. where, oh. where la the Democrat at this crucial hour who will prove recalcitrant to nia inignty cnicir inspiring aa a can dldate, greater aa a patient and ccn a atateanutn. he la greatest atructlv artes. faraeelng dipth wise, patient, lomat, pre nerving at one inviolate tr honor of hla country and the peaco f half th world. Thouah llvlnr. h h" already earned an Immortal place evm dead but aceptered eov atnonr 'tho ereigna wno ami rui our spirits rrom wr fatlur thlr urnawill Tour failure. Democracy of possible, appall th America, and your aoaured victory will tnrlll with delight and Inspire with new th Democracy ef th nation. lourag From thla pUtfurm I flv th signal of th great lingllth Admiral; Your country AxpecU every man to do hla duty.' Ud. boys, and at them, and vlrtorv la oura, for th glory of Democracy and th honor of Old Kentucky. God Lies berl V hiiv i ltallrort.l alon. Ihe Prlaon ConimUalnn, Inaumnc fUttnr rnmmlnelon. luwrit of Control, Hrhn Hook 4'ommlnlon, Fire And Commlftftlnn. th ;T. f 'None-tuc- h Comtnlaalnn. a Ml tall ah t.f fir mar ha la, a company uf foreetera Ard a aouad of hotel napctnra One real commlaaton on the Job durlna: worklrr hours and "wnrklnjr uayfl coultl du the work of It la Inconceivable hat Mr Merrow would Aaaall wltr a aneer lnatltiitlfn of which ha aecret Ir Approves For that reaon I adv to hl ficeiloua etpreion a candid Interpretation and aaum that he meana what h pUlnly Infer, that In the event of hla election, ha All will arvsl AbolUh them rUr bt nlth ronif" ' ilthn In lh N. rth the uur lfa tnllnn "f ttn Mirt In lhi I'tttp ti liht! Foulh, tftn.r rd r' "I M wnpiff, nnd ruth- thftt hav loaa nmri. Im KtnturkV. I imi t yrATP of o dmpfris a rtmnly tvn for thf Ilia of whlrh Up o mmuy rotnpMina. Railroad Tart DIM. Mr. Mnrmw nininUlrn thnt th tmn nnrtv tiv- if Itw.mAltlneT tsnlir. rrAlls pnaafd 11 JU-rrrallrmd tut Mil, tut Kof In po dftln Jolnwl "th Htnt Unu Itfttfr'n CluK" nnd funrnt tn lf,rt nn rmctlnr tlaimt In lh iin, therfhr rn Amtlnr it mill n.l vnltl Th rrnrd ihnwi "Mint Itnua tht th? Ir"Mnt of nlh ai!ln Itapun 'lull" Furvtltra' ll.nn, lh II tnnrttlda T" D Hon. of th n. thm nnnthar rountr of rHtts'iidfn f Rfbubllmn, th lhtn rubllr Prlnttnr. wna Ma Slight Mmh l tn frtlvn anr Tlp'ibll-a- n who ntlimpta nny Mnd of n iowpi n. ainc Prof i"irit blai hi JrntisUtlvs war alnno, without aw-- ft dnjr Hom rtilda or prtrrdant II1 rcont wllh n com Th JllatorUn mlaernttriB: a milt that ont Una RaoubMcan t n tlmt did artujillr attempt to writ A bill towtrinr rnllroad ratea, lie did It bunvllntlv. of rouriiv. but h dfaervra our havln Attfmpt sratltutl fur trnaldo t all M tn II wrot n hadlta mpu It thtn. rorm. km Intrnstured tn that our, tftteil taklnif th uaual was rsfrrtit tn it lUntitillran Hunrrln prrpArd tmlnt of TublCr Prlntfnv. whn head, At a raptlnn. a autt of artlflilal t Ached It. a "fit the tdlt thu doctored back tn th 1lmi. ai that no member of that bosljr which Mr Morrow con demna without tnaon or warmnt ever knew the Mundera ntaile hjr the Huper Intemlent of puMi. Prlntlmr aivI the hn repretentAtlva orAMe but Ihsnrrnetent from the Onuhtv of rrlttenden The Mil waa pa a aed In the ''hlna; bourn of the lerlilnltve aenKlun nnd then the original bill fpoi tb iltx'tort Inatrurnentl waa enrolled. And Ita faultv conatmctlnn waa only dlacnveied hfttr It wna too Ute tn remedv th blunder nf Ihe Superintendent of uhltr Prlnllni: anil the author Whv Mr Morrow ahnuM of the till. rratultoualy thU purely llepub ucAn onranifMiion, "Tne Mate iiouia Kursitlera Club.'- la ptat my ken. Would Dcmollth All Commiatlont. Riya Mr Morrow "Kentuckr haa a mmmlvalon eventhlna; from nre in nn, from Pun to iieeranena. TlianuhH-mhU- Kii,vr.v auM nHIt th ,.f th HmiornMfor.w In vlw of th hw ilsatil dtetl t, r'wtn t T'len ' lit. Morula. Paris, lit. Monday, Frankfort, lit Monday. Harrodiburtf, lat. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday, Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Richmond, ShelbyvWo, 2nd. Monday. P. of nnd nn Carlitle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Mondr;, I.awrcncthurc. 3rd. Monday Nlchofaivllle, drti. Monday, Mt. Sterling 3rd. Monday. Some net, 3rd, Monday, GrorK-'tow3rd. Monday. LANCASTEU, 4th. Monday Winch-ite- r, 4th. Monday. Montlcello. 4th. Monday. Vertalllei, lth. Monday. rrli rr undersigned hereby P7e warn-In- g to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose) whatever as we will prosecute all olTemiera to ful law list extent of Hunters and. The? POSTED .t.U Fishermen especially take notice. Eel & N U Trice Elkln W. It. Cook. Mrs. Kebecca J. West. II. 0. Arnold. James G. Conn, J. C. Morgan. J. P. lilaml. J. II. and W. S. Weaver We will odd other names for 25 cents cash. aI1 Personal Stationery Should be Engraved ot Embossed nowadays. Aat once creates impression. It reflects good taste and a favorable .loalml Suppose you come and tee the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. THIJ Central Record. L. Trua Stht&Ie & Al N Laasler, m. Kj. ARRIVE. No 10: 6o;a. To Mayaville, connecting at Itlchmoni with L & N to Frankfort & Loulivllle: at Winchester with C & 0 to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at I'arla to Cincinnati. No 71: 835 a. m. To Uowland & Stanford connecting at Uowland. U & N to all points South No 28: 111 a. m. To Kichmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Deattyville, Lexington & Cincinnati, Middleaboro & Knoxvitle. No 70; 11:60 a. m. 'To Kichmond. connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:00 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elltabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Dardstnwn Junction to Ilarditown & Springfield. No it; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with train to Ilrlstol & Atlanta. fast Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville, Ky. North-boun- No. 10 No. 4 Cincinnati Express, daily 4:30 a.m Spe,. cial, dally 0:03 a.m. Dlue Grass Special, No. 28 No. 14 daily except SunG:08 Carolina Special, daily 7:00 No. G Local Express, dally 1:35 No. Limited, dally 6:20 No. 12 Itoyal Palm, dally.. B:37 south-boun- a.m. a.m p.m. p.m. p.m. No. 5 Local- - Express, a.m. a.m. 'The CevLzra,l Record $1.00 Per Year In Advance. Lancaster, o Shown at Koman's Opera House Each Monday Night you vrnt and not be troubled a with izidigeatlon if you will daily 11:05 Itoyal Palm, dailyll:20 New Orleans Llm lted, dally 11:35 No. 13 Carolina Special, dally 10:15 No. 11 No. 1 No. S a.m. p.m. Spe Eat whit You Can Enjoy Life Jtffcrson 'School noMPLrrr llbfavrism suHf thuaaeu aatieKeaff Law. cial, dally No. No. 27 lorlda 11:35 p.m. Sne- Dlue Dyspepsia tkt Tab!tt before by ue md after 35o a boot R. two ycau(xlujml a. rtMLLJl. Uth aar,D.U Urt.1. aeac. Jab.I irisrts Iwr birs la llaUlast. AstrsMksUowiirUakaxstltLsU'i iertvt. rMlKILa,stAlOffUUlor tnivMaa JavSrwa rs4y UurMt. Tliua, 14 B&etL Sold only iiait u'lintf (rMu, y ritt Kentucky. McRobertt ElliOlT rOWJAIIl, SkT, UMU, cial, daily 11:52 p.m. Grass Spe cial, dally except Sunday, arrives 8:15 p.m. For rates, routes and Information call upon or address H. J. Coughlln, KT uent, 'phon, 3, The Central Record, Thursday Sept 30 Hamilton Valley. MRS LONGWORTH Interests Chicago In A New Fashion. VTirn 19 1 5. Page 7 fill? Arfutn ta. ypti fed out of sorts from constK jjiuon, ica us say mat u do not relieve you, sco a physician, became no other borne remedy will. Sold only by us, 10 cents. R. E. MeRobarta CASTORIA worn AU'Oliuk For Infanta nnd Chlldron. The Kind You Have Always Bought Mr. Ebb Hen'.ley U on the sick Hit Colburn Minstrel at Itomans Opera House Oct. Oth. Mrs. Ebb ltentley was the Rueat of Mrs. Mary llawlcy Sunday. Mr. Link Lakes sold his crop of corn to Mr. George Davis at $2.00 per bbl. Mrs. Daisy Hoaklns wai the guest of her sister Mrs. Rom Shaw Saturday Mrs. Nicholas Longworth, daughter of Theodore Roosevelt, was for n day or more the centre of attraction for Michigan Roulevard, Chicago's moat fashionable thorough fare. Tho reason Is found In the fact that the former Mlas Alice Roosevelt has decided to set the fashion by wear Ing a tufted and psnta lette skirt. For the last few days n so called ''fashion show", fostered by the moJistes of the Middle West, has been open to the public. Mrs. Longworth, when she first made her appearance on Michigan Roulevard attired in the "pantalette skirt," was at first mis taken for a model of the show, but In a eholt time she was identified and be came the cynosure of all eyes. The pantalettes which Mrs, I,ong worth Introduced to Chicagoans arc not of net, rufiled and lace trimmed, as in the days of '68. Instead they are of heavy aklrt material, with a wide tuck to each leg, nnd reach Mrs. Long-worth- 's ALCOHOL o THE VICTOR night. Miss Jennie Wells was the guest of Miss Eva Dy chouse Saturday night and A.. .a. 1 i n 3 FCH CENT" slmilJihiJihcjborfanJRrfuIi' llnfitlieSioaafiisniullJcmdsof Bears the Signature of PtomofcsDiittttonnwifJ-tlCSS nnrl RniranMlnt nriitw upturn Jiot)iunc norjlacral AW In Sundsy. Miss Lavernia Montgomery nf Mt. Hebron la the gueat of her slater, Mrs. J. II. Hamilton, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Kennard are over the nrrival of a line baby bov at their home. Hazel Henley and Nannie Uentley V'ere the guest of Miss Anna Misses jiryttfouasiMjirnam fa . tarn, W- - kyWfrrri A ncrfrfl IVm dv for Comflr t Ion . Sour Stonacli.nivrtMi Use For Over rifss and Loss orSixrr. ricSM sicnsfsrecf norm romTilswns Joxrisa Hawlsy Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Put Smith and daughter, of Illinois aro viaiting friends tnd relatives here this week. Mrs. Fannie Ilawley and daughters, Misses llrunette and of Indiana are visiting friends and relatives. Genuine Kanawha salt. Most penetrating. Dors not harden In the hnrrel. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. George Adams and Mrs John Itoberts were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Holman Saturday and IJrnhadad lost the battle because he and thirty-twother kings were drunkl tUcobol, net simply the ferocious onset of the Jews, was the determining fac tor. Alexander the Great conquered most of the cultured but elfete old East, but he himself met his fate in the I l Whiskey probably pre vented the capturo of Washington dur ing the Civil War. While the Confed erate generals tarried to drink "the beat whiskey In Maryland", General Lew Wallace got his men between them and the capital and saved the day. punch-bow- Message No. 4 To the Business Men M of Lancaster V W THE BEST PROOF Given By A Lancaster Citizen. A young doctor, making a start in a small town, deckled that to be prosrerooa htmust look prosperous. He bought a new bogey and two good horaes. Although he had only a ftw patitnts h always kept on lh jump, attending to his patients smallest needs. People began to noiica this young doctor driving about town and they called him because he looked buay and proaperoua. He got his start a atari that led to a comfortable practice Our town, like this doctor, must look proarerrus o be proaperoua. Clean atreets, at'.ractive atore windows, d buildings and dwellings give the prosperous air, d buildings art greatest of these. Tm CcxTAvn Co.mmjo; !eee NEW YORK. Thirty Years CASTORIA Euct Copy of Wrapper. . iNWhx I to "" BE IN A POSITION TO SHIP YOUR HAY TO THE BEST MARKETS The best prices prevail in localities where little hay is crown and where there is a limited amount of storage space. Baled 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 H.18-inc- h Hale Chamber with I II C a, 4, or P. Engine. 1C. Bale Chamber with IHC 4 or P. Engine. 17.22-inc- h Bale Chamber with I II C P. Engine. C-- Il. C-C-- International Motor Hay Presses will bale more hay in a given length of time than any other press of equal size. togpc joint plunger, power jack, bale The tension and spring roller tucker arc features worth looking into. Drop in and see us the next time you arc in town. self-feed- geezer, PHONE 27. gallard & Scott, .BRYANTSV1LLE. Ky A WAY up in the mountains of Wester North Carolina are the beautiful ana attractive resorts of Asheville, Blac' Mountain, H;ndersonviile, Brevard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Waynesville, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vacation at one of these cool and delightful places or at Tate Spring, Tenn. Round trip Excurbion tickets arr. on sale daily, good until October 31st, via Southern Railway of the South I Stop-over- s allowed at all points. Three special Low Rate Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. For fill Information set Ticket Agent, Southern Railway, or writs Kentucky, 13. II. To J J, District Passenger Agtnt, Louisville, W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Olllce Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. Mrs. J. W. Fumphrey. Danville St.. Lancaster, says: "1 sutfercd a ireat deal from backache and couldn't sleep well. On several occasions my back became so painful and weak that I was HAIR AND SCALP unable to do my huuae work. I got NEEDS DAILY CARE. Doan's kidney Fills at R. E. McRob erts & Son's Drue Store, and thev If you value the appearance of your helped me from the first. I was soon hair you should treat your scalp as often relieved." (Statement given March and well as you brush your teeth and 20th, 1903). rub into the scalp pores twice dally a OVER THREE YEARS LATER, little Fariaian Sage. This treatmsnt i3 .Mrs. Fumphrey said: "I haven't had not a mere "hair tonic" It is bottled any kidney trouble since I used Doan's nourishment for the hair roots and It is Kidney Pills with such great benefit." simply wonderful what an Improvement Price 50c, at all dealers. Doi't simis use for even a week will make in the ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's appearance of anyone's hair. It never Kidney Fills - the same that Mrs. injures, is delightfully cool and pleas- Fumphrey had. Co., Diarrhoea Quickly Cored. ant to the scalp and takes out the dull, Propa., Buffalo, N. Y. "My attention was first called to lifeless look In the hair, making it soft, Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diarr llutTy, glossy and beautiful. Two or SHOULD BE A PRO hoea Remedy as much as twelve years three applications remove every trace ago. At that time I wai seriously ill of dandrulT, and daily use will prevent with summer complaint. One dose of its return. K. E. McRoberts and the SPEROUS YEAR. this remedy checked the trouble,' writ leadingdruggiats everywhere can furwas perhaps never a time when There es Mrs. C. W. Florence, Keck field. Ind. nish you with Fariaian Sage it cost the outlook for a prosperous year was but a tritle. For sale by all dealera. brighter in this section. Farm products, with few exceptions, are bring' Logans Chapbl. FONSO. ing satiafactory prices, and the yield is The wheat Wedding Hells will ring in the near far beyond the average. Little Misses Nettle Green and Dora crop just marketed, while damage to Adams who have been sick are better future. some extent by wet weather, was Mr. Jonah Tuasey has returned from at this writing. above the average in yield, and inmost a visit to friends and relatives in III. Hour la guaranteed to please. Our instances brought what in ordinary & Karnau. Hudson, Hughes Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Warmoth and years is realized for first class grain, .Mr. and.Mra. William Adams are re children spent severeldaysin Richmond realizing in most instances one dollar joicing over the arrival of a fine girl. last week. per bushel to the farmer. The same Mrs. Webb Kelley who has been muy be said of oafs, rye, barley and christened, Lucille. ill with typhoid fever is slowly other small grains, each bringing top Miss Lucretia Spurlock is at home quite after a short stay with her sisters of improving. prices, and the yield coming fully up to .Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Frather of Nina expectations. Richmond Normal. The tobacco crop of the county is for Mrs. Edna Uelle Scott of Lancaster, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. J. , the most part in the barn, and curing Mr. Warmoth. Ohio, was with her Mr. Roily Simpson, of Harlan was nicely. Some late set tobaoco is still J. A. Scott and family the past week, in the field, and the prospect is that Alessra. Kay and Harry Lackey re- the recent guest of Messrs Aley and this small per Cent of the crop will be turned to Missouri after a brief buten- - John S. Ledford. Building materials Lime, sand, cem- sufely boused and will be fully as good, joyable stay with their parents, Mr, in both quantity and quality, as that and Mrs. W. II. Lackey. ent, screenings and brick. housed earlier. No prices have as yet Hudson, Hughes & Famau. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Warmoth and been quoted, but there has never been of, Kirksville were with her Mr. G. M. Wilson has.purchasedfrom children a time when a properly handled crop of and family Sun Dr. Pope, his residence In Kirksville father Xlr.U. A. Scott Garrard county tobacco did not com day and were with friends and relatives and will move there shortly to enter his mand a top price on the market, and in Richmond Monday. children in school. we are or the opinion that this season The stork passed thru our community will prove no exception. Mrs. Belle Henderson is at home The farmer being for sometime at the bed recently and left at the home of Mr. who after takes the most care and brings his daughter, Mrs. Will Howe and Mrs. James Davis a boy christened crop to aide of her the market in the most pre of Richmond, who has been very low. Sterling Eugene and at the home of aentable and beat condition is the far Mr. and Mrs. Lige Prultt u girl. hut is better at this writing. mer who will realize the best price. Lorn cutting Is getting under way "I was annoyed for over u year by and the crop is both abundant and of Liniment. Chamberlain's attacks of acute indigestion," writes good quality, the ears are full and If you are ever troubled with aches. Mrs. M. J. Gallagher, Geneva, N. Y, paini or soreness of the muscles, you 'I tried everything that was recom heavy, and as yet we have heard no will appreciate the good qualities of mended to me ."or this complaint but complaint as to the presence of rotten Chamberlain's Liniment. Many suf nothing did me much good until about corn, and it is reasonable to expect ferers from rheumatism and sciatica four months ago I saw Chamberlain'i that the crop will be an unusually good have used it with the best results. It Tablets advertised and procured a bot one. Live stock, with the possible excepis especially valuable for lumbago and tie of them from our druggist. I soon of horse and mule stock, is com lame back. For aale by all dealers. realized that I had gotten the right tion good prices, some splendid thing for they helped me at once. Since manding sales of cattle and hogs having re- Statement of The Ownership, Manage taking two bottles of them I enn eat heurtily without nny bad elTects." Sold Icently been reported in the county. Taken upon the whole tho farmers of ment, Circulation, Etc., Required by all dealers. tho county, and everyone else, for the By The Act of August 24, prosperity of the farmer means un iversal prosperity throughout the 1912. county, have just resron to be thankOf Tho Central Record published ful for a most prosperous year. weekly at Lancaster, Ky,, for October 1st, 11)15. SOME TENNESSEE FOLKS Editor, J, E. Robinson, Managing Editor, R. L. Elkin. TELL HOW THEY WON AT OUR Uusineas Manager, R. L Elkin. Publisher, The Central Record, In 61ck people want to be well In a corporated. hurry. Owners; (If a corporation, give its A great many, perhaps most all. name and the names and addresses of Illnesses have their beginning In de- holding 1 per cent or more rangements or the stomach and dlges- stockholders ' ttve tract. in If not a of total amount of stock. JIayr"s Wonderful Remedy starts In corporation, give namti and addresses at the first dose to put stomach suf- of individual owners.) Good Work and ferers on the way to health. The first dose proves It. J. E. Robinson, Lancaster, ky. , It Is taken with success everywhere. Prompt Service by Francis C. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky, j Here are the words of two Tennessee Known bondholders, mortgages and ' people who have taken It; Expert Mechanics. other security holders, holding 1 per MISS CORA FISHER. 805 Saxon of bond, avenue, Memphis "Have taken your cent or more of total amount Complete line of Tires. medicine and It worked like a, charm mortgages, or other securities; (If Everything in Automobile has removed quite a cumber of gall ' there aro none, so state.) stones. It does just as you said It Accessories. None, would." Average number of copies of each MRS. W J. WARD, Sparta, Tenn "I can honestly recommend your remof this publication sold or distil-Service. issue Prestolite edy to all sufferers from constipation buted, thru the mails or otherwise, to and stomach troubles. Indigestion paid subscribers during the six months teems a thing of tho past with tr." MITCHELL & preceding the date shown above Mayr"i Wonderful Remedy gives per(This Information is requireu irom manent results for stomach, liver md Intestinal aliments. Eat as much and daily newspapers only.) SHACKELFORD. whatever you like. No more distress It. L. Elkin. after eating, cressure of gat C-It ho Subscribed and sworn to before me .no Second Street. Phone 124. stomach and around the heart this 27 day of September 1916. W. O. bottle of your druggist now end t it (My Commison an absolute guarantee- - It not satisRlgney, Notary Public. Ky. Danville, factory money will be returned. sion expires Februhry 9, 1918 Foster-Milburn brother-in-law- Sunday. Mr Joe Lear bought a sow ui.d six shoats from Jeaie Hfock for $33. and also a sow and eight pigs from Elizabeth Hopkins price $30. Mr. E. L. Wilson of Crab Orchard bought of Mr. Link Lakes one hog price $19.S0 two from Jesae Brock for $33. and also a calf for $19.50 Mr. Miss Lavernia Stinnett and Turner Sparks were united In marrUge ut the home of the brides parents Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stinnett Wednesday Sept. 22d. at 11:30 o'clock. The bride is loved by all who knew her, whilo the groom is a prosperous young farmer. Their many friends wish them a long and happy life. trim ankles. The pantalettes are longer than the skirt the average Chicago woman wears. A long, heavy traveling coat, with a broadcloth, collar, and conspicuous for the abacence of fur of any kind, was worn with the "akirtish" looking trousers, Mrs. Longworth wore laced low shoes and a straw hat, with a silk facing, and a tailored ornament in front. Mr. and Mrs. Longworth are on their wav back to the East after visiting the California Exposition. denta. Doan s kidney Fill were used they brought benefit. The story was told to Lancaster real- Time has strengthened Has proven the result The testimony is home The proof convincing. It can be investigated Phoenix Painter White Lead (Dutch Boy Trnde Mark) and pure linseed oil make a moat durable and protective paint that keeps buildings well painted. These materials can bt mixed to suit condltiona and tinted any color desired. We sell these good-paiIngredienta as well as other palm necessaries. Better get In touch with us in the interests of prosperity. the evidence. lasting. testimony by Lancaster C. C. & J. E. STORMES. residents. WANT ED Army Hor Any one having any of the above to sell, should phone me at Lancaster, and I will drive to see them. W. B. Burto Na all Lancaster, - - - - Kentucky- - For Sale At Public Auction On Saturday, October, 2nd. 10 o'clock A. M. we will oiler for aale on the premises in Itichmond, Ky the Farmers Tobacco Warehouse and fixtures, Including baskets, trucks, scales and in fact everything necessary for operating a Loose Leaf Tobacco House. The property is well located and In good repair on East Main street near the L at & N. R. R. Terms made known on day of sale. Farmers Tobacco Warehouse Company Instea&ofWbodSlihsgles or&ate cmiwmr Metal SMn'01'es STOP GARAGE When Danville r The roofing that lasts as long as the building and never needs repairs. They won't bum, crack, curl or rot jtW SLlSXvxMXhViJr like wood shingles, nor have they the 3 great weight or brittleness of stone tlate; aSSsfySii besides they are inexpensive and look better than either. For Sale by " Local Contractors or Cortrighi Metal Roofing Co., SO , I ' North 23rd St., Philadelphia. I ' ORGAN1ZUO j j B. F. HUDSON. W. xSSj. Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. Capital $50,000. 0. P.10NEY, Surplus $45,000. r. 1 President. .'. J. WALKER, Vice Frest. Aaa't Cash'r. Jot: J. Walxek, Jr., W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Is the very backbone of every auccessful bualueas. We regard your re- i operation as u necessary factor In our success, W hope vou speak a good word for us It we give you good servira. If vou find our service lacking In any respect, you will confer a favor upon us by telling I'S. It Is our business and our pleasure to improve our system wherever we find a weak spot. 4' The Central Record, Thursday Sept 30, 1915. How a Tree Orows, If a nail Is driven Into a tree trunk It will always remain the same distance from the center of the tree and from the ground. Mill Tuesday, lowing property: A. B. ROBERTSON .11 12th, 1915 & BRO. Eel's Deadly Blood, tt Injected Into man, the blood ot ae eel causes death almost Immediately This should deter no one from eating the flsh, however, for the heat ot cooking destroys the toxic prorertlcr ot Its blood and, besides, that blood li practically harmless when taken Intc the stomach. Humor and III Humor. "The sense ot nuraor Is demonstrated ty the tact that many a man ran qperate a pile driver who can't crack a Joke," says the Philadelphia Record. Yes, and the nonsense ot 111 humor Is demonstrated by the fact that man? a knocker goes around tot ing his little hammer and can't even crack a smllo. Milwaukee SentlnoL His Evening Chat The other night Dtckey (aged fire) In concluding his prayers as usual with "God bless papa and mamma, and Florence, and Eleanor and Winifred" (the twins), and bis grandpa- THE STORE THAT SELLS VVOOLTEX. To The Woman Who Cannot Afford To Make a Mistake. QUALITY Is very Important to the woman new suit or coat Is expected to look well whose Having decided to move to town and give all my attention to the Stock Pens, I will on October for one possibly two ormore. It Is just as whole season, and Important as style,for a good style does not stay good unless supported by good materials 5 good tailoring. at my place, known as the Dunn farm, 2 miles from Lancaster on Stanford pike, offer the fol- Two mowers, one as good as new, 1 hay rake, 1 two horse wagon, 1 binder, 1 disc harrow, good as new, 3 one horse cultivators, bought this season; turning plows and a lot of other tools. FARMING TOOLS rents, and all ot the aunties and uncles he could readily remember, then added: "And God bless Mr. Drassey and Mrs. Urassey and Chsrles and Nell Drassey You Know 'em, don't your' Harper's Magazine. Home Comforts of Old. Apparently not all the queen cor. sorts of history were lacking lu a desire for creature comforts and one of them at least nad sufficient Inventive genius to attempt to warm up her huge barracks ot a palace by havt ing little Iron carriages filled with ashes carried through her rooms to remove tbo chill. It was this queen, Isnbeau ot llavnrla. wlfo ot Charles VI ot Prance, who Insisted upon a portable bath tub. red-ho- Wooltex suits and coats have both mater-ial- s and tailoring of superior quality to maintain their trim,fresh stylish appearance r LIVE STOCK Three Brood sows ready to farrow, 1 fine Duroc boar, 23 shoats weight from 100 to 150 lbs, also 16 good yearling steers, 1 two year old steer, 1 fat cow, 1 milch cow and calff 1 three year old horse mule, 1 two year old horse mule, 1 good saddle mare, raises fine colts, now bred to jack, 1 five year old mare works and drives, bred to jack; 1 good family horse gentle for children to -- OF- drive, works well. Also will rent farm, 30 acres to sow in small grain, 25 acres to cultivate, with room to house 10 or 12 acres of tobacco, balance in grass and meadow. Boundary containing about 120 acres with good dwelling and tenant house. Sale begins at 10 o'clock. Terms made known on day of sale. Will also offer 7 town lots adjoining stock pens, beginning at Oil Tanks and running towards Stock Pens. Lots are 50 foot front and 120 foot back. Anyone desiring to look at these lots or farm cau do so. Call on or address, HUGHES & SWINEBROAD 2S32 THE REAL ESTATE HEN LANCASTER KY. OF J. N. Capt Am Bourne, Auctioneer. I V HOSS, Lancaster, SCHOOL NOTES. BY WILL RICE AMON. lWU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, Repairing clothes is n knackish purA college or a university without a suit, io let Kirk the tailor repair them football eleven Is like a church without 75: Phone a steeple, a steeple without a bell, a bell or a woman without a tongue. President Barker, of State UniverA. H. Baatin & Son. sity, has ordered an investigation of tf. the barbering of 100 freshmen by We sterilize your clothes while press- sophomores, which is classified as hazing them, .killing all disease carrying ing und punishable by expulsion. germs. Kirk the Kleaner. Miss Kutherine, Parke one of our teachers has joined the Woman's Club. Coal, Coal All of the teachers would be glad to Lay in your coal while It is cheap. study American Art next year but V sell Red Ash Jellico and Red Ccm-e- t their school duties often conflict. Block, Straight Creek and Ideal JelA new step toward democracy in lico round. Special price this month, American college was taKen when, 11. B. Northcott tf. with the opening of Princeton university, student waiters appeared at work For Rent 1916, in the university ilininir halli. The My property on Danville street, good ,lumbe, ot eoivge' boys at work In the houre, tobacco born, about 8 acrea in CmmuM us head waitrs ami waiters land. Modern slaughter home, is about seventy, and in return for Mist Emma Elki.i their services the university will remit the full board bills of these boys. The Money To Loan! schedule of work is planned so as not to conflict with the university courses. Money in sums of $2,000, or over The daily routine of the new student 5 per cent to loan on farming land waiters is so arranged that each man Garrard County. Write or phone, will serve two meals a day and eat the E. 1). Pennington. Stanford, Ky j third meal with his classmates, thus maintaining his identity with Inn felFor Sale Priralelj. lows. Some days the third meal will I will sell privately my farm of fifty be brrakiust, some days lunch and times dinner. The work of setacres, or my adjoidlng farm of 100 acres or will sell bath as n whole, ting table and cleaning up afterward will be left in the hands of professional located on Paint Lick Creek near Mill. Farm is well watered and help. From present indications the fenced. Has good three room house university is trying to make the work Sixty acres of bot- of the waiters as light as poesible. In and outbuildings. the kitchen various mechanical devices Theo Cotton, tom land. have been installed for dish washing Klrksvllle, Ky. and other needs. L. A. llillyer, u grad A Liberal Proposition. uate u( Princeton lust year, wilt act as head waiter In charge of the entire To Subdealer la Garrard county for statf. Pullman Jr. Automobiles 5 passenger The innovation of student waiter is Touring Car, Two passenger and three Roadsters, F.lectrle Lights viewed with enthusiasm by the return- passenger and Starter, Cantilever Springs, One l'"B tuuntll l'10" I" neu of financial man Top. 1740.00, "The Palace Car of neip ueing giau I T odvious reasons ana I lh" olh" "8"ln? " tep the Road". Call, write or wire. "nipus, " 'uw"u "u" D. II. Lehman. Distributor. borne of the authorities are of the be G38 East Main St.. Lexington, Ky. lief that the method has solved th l'uone 2904X whole question of student employment In Princeton. MBS FOR CONCRETE WORK ON PARK. We think it would be nice for the Ilids for the concrete work in the school boys and girls to start fund for received by the undersign- improvement of the Park. Park will be ed committee Saturday October 2, 1915, at 10 A. M., at Stormes Drug store. Don't fall to hear the famous J, A. Hue print plans and written specifica- Coburn Minstrel Band on the streets, tion may be had by calling on any Saturday afternoon Oct. 9th. member of the building committee. Committee reserve! the right to reWell DrliBf . ject any and all bids. 1 am prepared to drill Wells and at A. Beailey, J. any depth. Prices reasonable. Write L. G. Davidson, or phone me. II. P, Conn, Paint Lick. A. DFord, J. E. Stormes. '. SHINGLES. Come and let us sell you a farm in Garrard County, where five millions of pounds of the best tobacco is grown annually; where all the agricultural products grow abundantly; where the best live stock is bred; where the blue Phone 312-- J R.F.D.No.2 grass grows, where good schools, morsl and hospitable people are attracting many home seekers. Lancaster the Dally Optimistic Thought. the county ieat, has three banks, teleBllence Is always sate. phone exchange, electric light plant. Proving an Axiom. creamer) , splendid water works system, Bllence Is golden, for havent tor- - two flouring mills, grain and hemp tunes been made out or stills? warehouse, tobacco warehouse, on the L & N railroad, one of the best graded schools in the State, having an endown-mePure Luck, fund of $50,000.00 In addition to a If there's no such thing as lack, how Is It that now and then a man $30,000.00 new school building. We can really gets a good piece of canta- sell homes or choice lots near the school. loupe? Our price Is the owner's price. We refer to any bank or to any official for " Uncle Eben. proof that we will deal fairly with you; "Peace." said Uncle Eben," consist! as we have done for ten years and have largely In knowln' dat you'a llckeC no dissatisfied customers. befo' you start or convlncln' de othel Improved and unimproved farms of feller dat he Is." all sizes and various locations and at various prices, but any farm priced at Old Campaigner. its market value. "Of course," said Mrs. Twlckembury, very Antletam of "her life Is the everything that I've been used to." Christian Register. Ey. Wooltex styles are correct and new. yet they are not the faddish kind that pass In a week or a month. Outer materials are pure wool, shrunk before cutting. Silk linings are pure silk. All seams are before stitching. . tailor-basted They are designed for gentlewomen and erery suit or coat shows the best style tendencies of the season. They are smart looking and becoming, and so refined. They arn garments In which vou will be well dressed and stylishly dressed for a full season, and even longer. Expert tailors make every part ofvery Wool-te- x garment, whether it be to sell at a low price or a high pi Ice. Every garment is carefully Inspected four times before It leaves the tailors. And every garment bears the Wooltex label, the guarantee of style correctness and quality excellence. There Is real economy in buying Wooltex garments. Come In tomorrow and see the new fall models. Try on a few. Examine them closely. See their through and through goodness of quality and tailoring. Suits at $25. to $65. Coats at $16.50 to $5.' $45 Skirts at to $15. NOTICE A. B. EOBEHTSON & BRO. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. . ; l As to Suspicion. To Regulate Stock Running At Large Io "Suspicion,' said Uncle Eben, "mighty often consists in reallzln' Magisterial District No 4 in Garwbut you'd be tempted to do tf you " bad de other feller's chance rard County Ky. A Difficult Undertaking. The Lancaster League ot Scientific Research Is trying to determine It there are more curea for colds than for rheumatism. Atchison Globe. No, Never. A woman may nave a poor memory, but she never forgets any ot the things her husband promised he'd do for her utter they were married. Brad-aha- Watch That Is 'Seen but Not Heard.' If a watch or a small clock is io be kept on a table by a sick bed, a good plan Is to cover the watch or clock with a tumbler. It will then be seen, but not beard. A cup ot milk makes the best mixture for cleaning an Iron bed. Apply with a piece ot cheesecloth and polish with flannel. To Clsan an Iron Bed. A tablespoonful of turpentine In a " "ter I The Last SJraw. In the horrors of a siege, women , men who have viewed, butchered before their faces, have been known to break down at the sight of a wrecked canary cage. William J. Locke In "Idols." brave-eyed- Embarrassing. A young man in the country bad tender passion and took his girl some flower. "How Und of you." said the girl, "to bring m these lovely flower. They are I think there 1 so beautiful and fresh. soma dew on then yet" "Tee," said the young Ban, la great esaWiisssaeat, "there I. bat rta going to pay it off tomorrow." St. Joseph, Notice is hereby given that E. L. Woods, and others more than 20 names U.izei.a resident of Paint Lick Precinct rso. 8, on the 14 til day of Aug. 1915 tiled in the Clerks utlire of the Garrard county Court their petition in persuunce to Sections Nus. 40W. 4ti47, 4048, 4650 and 4061 ol the Kentucky Statutes which Is an act to regulate slock running at lurge in Magisterial District No. 4, in said County und State and whereas on the same date to wit; August, 14th, lylO, jn the Bame styled action E. D. Cooley und over 20 other resident citizens ot Precinct No 9, filed their petition In the said County Clerks otlice in persuanct' to Sections Nos. 464U, 4617. 4648, 4U49, 4650, and 4651 ot the Kentucky Statutes whicn is an act to regulate stock running at large In magisterial District No. 4. in the aforesaid County and State and whereas the Judge of the Carrard County Court re- rered tne petitions auove reierea lu the Fiscal Court of Garrard County at the August Special Term 14th day of August, 1915, said court atter hearing the said petitions read by a unanimous vote of the Court, ordered said election if desired, by the voters of all the Magisterial Districts of Garrard County and shall not be confined to any one Magisterial District. The Garrard County Court at a special term Aug. 23rd, 1916 In the above styled cause of E L. Woods and others on petition entered an order that an election be held In Magisterial District No. 4 comprised of Psint Lick voting precinct No. 8 and Union precinct No. 9 which ssld election is to be held on Tuesday November 2nd 1916 and the oiflcers of election are ordered and directed to open a pole for the purpose of ascertaining the will of the voter of such district upon the question whethei or not they wish cattle generally to run at large In said dis, FARMER'S column! Strayed to my place a steer weighing about 000 pounds. Owner can have same by proving property and paying pasture. II. G. McWhorter, Paint Lick, Ky. Mary, A. K. Walker, Lancaster, Ky., Junior yearling sow pig, 1st, Tempest, W. O. Walker; 2d. Sunshine, W. 0. Walker; 3d, Little Queet., W. O. Walker; 4th, Little Princess, Woods Wal- The following mule colts changed hands on the streets Monday, llob Ward one mare mule to V. A. Lear for $85. J. H. Dalton one mare mule to J. W. Sweeney for $72. W. G. Clark One horse mule to Mr. Rich for $30. Odus Naylor one mare mule to Jake Robinson for $75. E. II. Sutton two mules Wanted to rent a farm. Cash rent. Emory McWorter. to Hilly King for $100. Edd Nsylor three mule colts to J, W. Sweeney for Donehue Ilros sold Isst week to For- $40. $G0. and $70. G. 0. Spoonamore two mules to Mr. Clark for $42.50 a est Curtis, two bull calves for $100. piece, llob Burnslde two mule colts to G. O. Snoonsmore sold 35 hogs to V, Scott Rtos for $00. and $80. Clay Sutton sold a suckling colt about thirty for $7.35 a hundred. years old for $11. 40 meat hogs, FOR SALEt-Abo- ut from 100 to 200 pounds. Odus Nsylor. That Garrard has good red Ilerkshires Strayed to my place, a white face Is shown by the following list of awards GOO pounds. steer, weight about at Kenturky State Fair. II. S. Gay. Route I. lioar, 2 year or over, Garrard Chief, 1st. Woods Walker, Paint Lick, Ky. For Sale;-- nice Southdown buck, Senior boar pig, Highland Lad, 1st, J. A. Todd, Paint Lick. Ky. W. II. Turley, Richmond, Ky, 2nd, 11. Denny, Lancaster piano, rosewood Copper King, W. For Sa!e;-Squar- e Ky. For futhei1 case, In good condition. Junior boar pig, Rex Uruce, W. B. call this office. dpc below ihla titutinili toi ins sicln ire uie ot oar farmer iubcrlbrf. and la (or lbs sals of itock. stain atiA such tbipf on farm ai the farmer caiinot afford to adfar-Hie- . lio nolle will ) accepted over lour lines, and will ha only lit two li.nea of tha roan, tree of (than ker. Senior sow pig, 1st, Florence Nightingale. R. J. Walker. Paint Lick. Ky.; 2d, R. J. Walker; 3d, Highland Lassie, A. K. tValker; 4th. W. II. Denny. Sow, any age. 1st, Lady or the Lake, Woods Walker; 2d, Madam Sherry, Woods Walker; 2d, Tipperary Mary, W. II. Tnrley. Herd boar and 3 sows, 1st, Garrard Cheif, Lady of the Lake, Madam Sherry, Red Riding Hood. Woods Walker; 2d, W. 11. Denny. Iar garrarFwins We ham a pleasant laxative thai wfll 'do Just what you van! it to do. 2 ' We sell thousand of them and hire never seen a better remedy for towels. Bold only by W, 10 cents. R. E. Me Roberts 'DoNolGrlpa J. ti I Information Turley. 4t-p- Duett. Hoar, any age, first, Garrard ChtlfV Mr. Sweeney Morgan has sixty good Gasoline Engines. feeding cattle he will sell worth Woods Walker, 2nd, Highland Lad. W. U. Turley, third, Rex. Uruce, W. Wheeling Lime the money. II. Denny. '' All sold on easy terms. trict. Rigsby and Thompson of I'rsschers-vlll- e Sow, 2 years or over, 1st, Lady of Witness mv band as Clerk of the have CO good ewes, and 50, one Lake, Woods Walker; 2d, Madam Shr-ry- , W. Garrard County Court this Sept. 14, P. KINCAID, DIST. AGT Woods Walker; 3d. Queen., W. O. and two year old cattle, tbey will sell 1916. Walker, Stanford, Ky.; 4th., IHghUnd Phcn 199. STANFORD, KV the money. Attest. J. W. Hamilton, Clerk. worth t WMM INDIANA SILO PAPEC CUTTERS Monitor and Associated Grlnderi.