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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 7, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915100701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 7, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE REI.WlOb, UN1ARNISIIEI) DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. rWRNTT SIXTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 7. 1915. -- NUMBER 27. Make our store headquarters for 4.1 JUST A WORD TO OUR ' nffiKSOUTHBEND All-ui- ,ts WINDOWS.DOORS i a and BUILDERS s is VALUED SUBSCRIBERS. 5. k'.lllfIC Hefore vou finish reading thlt Issue of the CENTKAL RECORD lock at the libel and see how your subscription stands. If it shows vour subscription Is due or pait due, don't wait another day, but rend us the money RIGHT NOW. One dollar may be a imall matter to you, but several hundred others thinking about the matter as yod do keeps us out of the use of several hundred dollars. The label on your paper will show just how your subscription stands. For instance, If the figures opposite your name read like this: "JuM5" It means your subscription expired July 1 of this year, and on that date you owe us $1 to pay you up to July, 1910. The first figure Is the number of the month and the scennd two figures the year on which vour subscription expired. Dear In mind that our terms are strictly cash. This means you, if you ere in arrears, so do not lay the paper aside and pay no attention to this notice. Act at once and SEND US THAT DOLLAR. You may never miss it but It will help us wonderfully. We have faith enough in our subscribers to believe that since we have called their attention to this little matter, nil who owe us will pay up at once. Send the money by P. 0. Money Order or check, or enclose a dollar bill in your letter and send it to THE CENTRAL RECORD, Lancaster. Ky. g Not Cheapest - Butt The Best F R Preferable! HARDWARE. p: We are still making it hot for other people. See our new line of TV Pi. g HEATING STOVES. 2 3 E Tinware and Plumbing. Conn Brothers. jgf Hand Us That $. Commercial Club Meets Tonight. Be Heavy rains the lattes part of last GOOD MEETING. swvlle'l the streams of the A card from Rev. F. M. Tinder ani county, and put a; temporary stop to nil nounces that he will return home SatA See us for bale ties. Hudson, Hughes mo cumng oi corn anu iouhcco. urday from Uradfordsville where he & Karnau. The congregation of the Methodist has had a successful meeting, being Car Load NorthcVn Seed Rye. Hud church is holding a week of prayer, greeted each night with immense audison, Hughes &. Karnau. preliminary to their protracted meet-In- c ences and a number of confessions. He will preach Sunday morning at the la which begins on next Monday. The woods are beautiful, beginning Christian church. IBS to put on their fall dress. "The scarcest things on earth to day- BiircJajrmaircJtairiiitai,. Mighty few people get indigestion are men" sighs th Central Record. CLOUD BURST. One might judge from that that the from swallowing their pride. A cloud burst at the head of Dix Record's editor was an unmarried It doesn't sharpen a mans wits to woman of, say thirty five." Winches river last Monday afternoon did considerable damage to the farmers along keep his nose to the grindstone. ter Democrat. According to Bangs Land ram the this stream and the waters of Cedar Watch for Coburns Minstrels at Ro editor is a woman whose husband goes creek, both of which were out of their mans Opera House, October 9th. i banks and crops and some stock were fishing, hence the sigh. lost as a result of the high water. It is Don't hide your light under a bushel. Use It to conceal your faults under. It Is stated In the public press that estimated that the damage will reach Mr. Rryan Intends to sail for Europe. severe! thousand dollars. Northern and Home Grown Seed Rye. Such an announcement comes with Hudson, Hughes & Karnau. quite a shock. How does he square A "RED" BAT. The wise man htleth his coal bin such action with the advice he has In removing the rubbish from the given all good American citizens to against the coming of cold weather. ke-- p away from the war zone, and by court hous last Saturday one of th MUadv'a foot and footwear is said to so doing cease to embarrass the I'resl workmen discovered a red bit. which has been attracting nuit a deal be a trap for men this season, as it dent? of Interest among those who have seen revives the age of Cinderella. Those interested in the Imnrovement it. has been placed in a nice cage Sunday was a beautiful day, and was of the park fully realize they are public and Jt be seen can at the main court taken advantage of by everyone who servant and as such ask house entrance. It is quite a curiosity could scare up an automobile. of every interested person. A blue and is thought by many to be the only Between the repairs on the court print of the plans and specification, one In captivity. to the park, drawn by a landscape artist, will be Save your money and triple your light. Enjoy the home and the improvement "littered". found at Stormes Drug Store. Suggesthe public square is surely TO COLORADO. tions wlllbe thankfully received and home comforts and conveniences afforded by Funny how the fellow you would have questions cheerfully answered. Magee, wife and son John left been willing to bet your roll would yesterday morning for Blanca, Colorado. "The trouble with Georgia," says a where they will make their future buy an automobile drives into Buy tlicin in the Blue Convenient Carton's, regular home size 75c. each never writer to the New York Sun, "is that home. town itva new machine. Before leaving Mr. Magee she thinks too little of 'Mary Phagan purchased a new Ford car and the trip Less than a month and the fool who alive and too much of Mary Phagan will be made by automobile.- - Mr. took the wrong end of an election bet dead." Kcene Lutes has leased' from Mr. MaA State where there Is no law against gee his residence in the Highlands. r child labor and where as a result the Danville Advocate. J street with a toothpick. children ot the poorer classes of whites The Christian Endeavor Society of Mr the New Antioch church will have an are growing up in illiteracy through TOEING THE MARK. slavery to factory and mill, is without j enchange Saturday afternoon. Oct. ICth defense against the charge. Automobile drivers are cominir richt at Harry Andersons store. up to the letter of the law, and the jpi Manv lament the cutting down of the We have Just returned from new regulations are proving of much SOME CORN. JJj trees in the park, but they wero decaybenefit to the public and likewise the to the city; where our second trip A farmer near our town got lost in drivers. All machines mus. be narked t ing badly, and within a lew yearwill be supplanted by much more ornamental his cornfield and wandered arotihd two near the court house, and stand diag we have been several days, buyshrubbery. days shouting for helpJ;efore he was onally from pavements. This last rule located by the neighbors and two is to enable machines to get out withing a NEW LINE of the year began October 1st. months ago they said The new there would bn out moving others, and is a good idea. The Treasurer, Mrs. Mary Price, would no corn. Uanville Messenger. be pleased if the members would pay Such laws should be put into nractice LATEST AND NOBBYIST DESIGNS IN MILLINERY their due and save her the trouble of in Lancaster. calling on them. A WALKER CAN'T DO IT. Cleanliness I'lione 76. Js LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. Kirk Kleans Klothed. Phone 76. The IJaptlst Ladies Aid will have an exchange on WednesJay before WANTED 5000 DOZEN EGGS Thanksgiving and also a Hazar on Dec. Fresh Eggs 20c, extras candled 21c 11th. H. U. Northcott- week e Set of Ware 3 1' With Each Ranee Sold During the Demonstration. next to Godliness. Betier Light ll to 12th. sure and come in during the Ex- - fJ hibit. One week only, October 6th Cordial Welcome to all 1 Haselden Bros., Kentucky rHJ Lancaster, rtnai irarit)irrUrtliMrWlrtilMfre. The Biggest and Best Show OF THE SEASON. JAC0BURNS pi-o- theco-onerati- NATIONAL MAZDA LAMP. R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky. Millinery 1 Gome see us; 8 vertising to Trying 2 - Jfoe Danville, 3L 3 IE b iszers, Kentucky. Judge Lewis L. Walker, of Lancas ter, is a Republican who comes from a girl through a pair of green goggles. Democratic family, while his opponent Ybu roav know what you are doing, for Lieutenant Governor, Jas D. Black, is a Democrat who comes from a Re but nobody else does. publican family. Judge Illack can't be Apollo Ir said to be the first gentle- beat by a Walker. It will take u men who ever struck a lyre. If he had runner to dj it. Hopkins ville Kentuc-kiahad only hit him a littlo harder we might not have so many magnificent He says ho can go all the gaits. . liars at the present time. do ' business without adis like winking at a pretty A WELL KEPT PARK. n. 11 IE 3 G. M. LYON'S STORE BUSY CASH Be sure and give the Busy Cash Store a call, It Is well worth a few minutes of your shopping time, where you get the most for your money In LADIES COATS, SUITS, MILLINERY and PIECE GOODS. . 1 G. i. M LANCASTER. LYONS. I KENTUCKY. II IE 1 POPULAR COLORED MAN "Mary," said the alck man to his wife, when the doctor had pronounced Clay Green, who has waited table it a case of smallpox, "if any of my and portcred at the local hotels for the creditors call, tell them I am at last in last decade, died Wednesdayof dropsy at position to give them something." his home in this city. Clay was probably the best known colored man to the The W, C. T. U. has started a Cir traveling fraternity in Central Kentucculatlng Library for Garrard county ky, his face was familiar to every one under the leadership of Mrs. bmmi who ever made Lancaster. Always KaulTman. lhe books have been sent atTable, polite and accommodating, his out to Miss Kavanaugh's school first. passing will mark the disappearance of one of Lancaster's most popular colored It is hardly probable that there will people. be any pumpkin or kershaw connests this fall. These are among the few JOE ARNOLD INJURED. farm products which fell below the average n size and quality this season. Joe Arnold, conductor on "Old staSim Anderson and Harry Tomllnson Henry", was Injured at the local are gathering together all the stray tion one day last week by striking curs in town and corrallng them In Jim against a car on a aiding, The car did Deazlev's hack yard, which is a sure not clear, and Joe not knowing this sign that the coon hunting season Is was struck by it. He suffered a compound fracture of an arm, a dislocated near at hand. wrist and severe bruised. Ills injuries The year 1915 still has three months while very painful, we are glad to say left to Its credit, but. In the progress are not of a serious nature, and we made in Its first It has hope to see him'back on his run in a few weeks. Joe Is a Garrard county more to its creditof substantial achieve ment for Kentucky's Immediate and boy, has many friends and relatives lasting betterment than any decade of here, who are grieved at his misforyears In the last halt century. Think tune, but rejoiced that they are not of of the good roads being built here and a more serious nature, as his escape elsewhere, was narrow one. three-quarter- s. One of the best evidences of a rising, town is a well kept park. Even if, of necessity, it must be small it serves its purpose by showing strangers that the citizens of the town take pride in its appearance. Yet this park efse it is worse than must be well-kepnone at all. Authorities can see that it does not become the loafing place for all the "gentlemen of leisure" in the village. Every town which has a small park recognizes a good thing when they see it and every town which does not possess a park has still a good thing coming. We have a good thing coming as the improvements' on our park is now assured. When completed It will be the best evidence our citizens can give of civic pride. ROBINSON. After an Illness of several months of tuberculosis, Mrs. Gertrude Weber Robinson died at her home In Chattanooga. Deceased was the wife of James 11. Robinson, of that city, but formerly of Lincoln and much sympathy is felt for him In the loss of a devoted Mrs. Robinson was the companion. duughter of the late William M. Web er, who lived manv years InMt. Vernon, was a graduate of Hamilton College, with high honors In the class of 1893. liesidn her husband, she is survived by her mother, threo sisters and three children. In announcing her death, the Chattanooga Times, says; "as daughter, wife, mother, sister and friend, her life was spent for others and not for self, and her passing away is an Irreparable lost to many relatives and friends." Romans Opera House Saturday. October 9th,'15 A Show that stands for all that Is good In Minstrelsy. Sweetest Singers. Latest Music. Greatest Oancers. Funniest Comedians. Finest Male Choir in Minstrelsy. Prices fdr this Popular show are: General Admission 50cts. Reserved Seats 75cts. Gallery, colored, 35cts. Children 25cts. Reserved Seats on sale at McRoberts Drug Sxre, General Admission Tickets on sale at the dent' Band Concert on Street at 2:30. J rM, s Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Oct 7, Seasonable. 1915. Pllllt Tuesday, v SI 12th, 1915 Now comci the lovely time of year When voter Ml elate, WE COULD LIVE WITHOUT Charlie Chaplin pictures, Hay fever, Gootebone prophets. Insurance blotters, Spencerlnn pens, CJeomargarine, Telephone mono'ogulsts, Frost nnd pumpkin poets. The hyphen. Knockers. BARNUM AND BAILEY features. Extract great etotej of "candy" clear From out the candl-datWhr Not Publish It? 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Since utlng them I have been entirely well." For sale by all dealers. NOTHING Man dm, Th afreet of D. P. IX Is to sooth Ines a soon as nrplltd, than It and throws the porta, destroy leaves th off all dle term and kin clean anJ healthy. confident of tho marvelous We are power of I. an. that we havo taken anvantare of the manufacturers irur beiltu on tn offer you n full-sl- i trial. You are to Judir tho merits ot remedy In your owa particular cat, the tf It doesn't help roe. It coats you nothing. I 1 1. it. P. Knap mad of tha heallnc Ingredients. A sic us about It. stantly, ant, uut R. E. McRoberts. Druggist. Lnncnstcr.JKy. Hare Hundreds of New Having decided to move" to town and give all my attention to the Stock Pens, I will on SATISFIES' MAN. Is of few When the October at my place, known as the Dunn farm, 2 miles from Lancaster on Stanford pike, offer the fol- lowing property: K FARMING TOOLS 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. ' days and many growls. spring comes, gentle Annie, and the rain waters the earth he complalneth because of the mud and a few weeks later his soul la grieved because of the exceeding muchness of the dust. In the winter ho cryoth It Is too cold and In the summer he would fain join arctic expedition tnat ne may escape from the summer heat. When the sun shlncth brightly It hurteth his eyes; when it hideth behind a cloud it glveth him the blues. When the wlndbloweth he curseth the cyclone, and when it stoppeth Icy departeth from him and he moaneth O give us a breeze. Ves, verily there is nothing which satlsflcth man. He cometh into this world cry Inp, and he leaveth it grumbling. And this, too, is vanity. that is born of reman The Barnum and Bailey Greatest Show on Earth, which comes to RICHMOND on Friday October IS claim to present this year "A Circus of All Nations," meaning one that Is filled with all new features shown now for the first time and presented by 4?0 world.fatned artists who represent every nation In the world. The entire world has been scoured by special Bar num and Ilalley agent so that practlc ally all the arenlc stars that arc really worth seeing take part. The custom has always been to refer to each successive year's circus as"bigger ana better than evei" o hack but the phrase has become neyed that, this year, Barnum and Bailey hesitate to use it, despite the fact that It adequately describes the entertainment. More railroad cars are required to transport the show, bigger tents are raised, .more area is needed to accommodate the show than ever before. .In fact, the circus has reached a point where it is the deipalr of many of the smaller railroads and taxes their facilities to the limit, for eifihtj-tlv- e cars are needed to convey the gigantic canvas city from town to town. There's material enough in this year's circus to make a dozen circuses of the old days. A "big top" CbO feet long, nearly 1.500 employees, three rings, four elevated platforms, acres of aerial apparatus, the biggest stage ever erected for a dramatic presentation, e menagerie, 750 horsjs. forty elephants, a street parade three miles d SCHOOL FAIR AT AUDITORIUM OCTOBER 30TII SPEAKER'S FAMILY OUT FOR SUFFRAGE. 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 calf, 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 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 tots adjoining stock pens, beginning nt Oil Tanks and running towards Stock Pens. Lots ore 50 foot front and 120 foot back. Any one desiring to look at these lots or farm can do so. Call on or address, J. N. EOSS, Lancaster, Ey. Capt Am Bourne, Auctioneer, GROWTH OF SUFFRAGE SENTIMENT IN KENTUCKY ' Mrs. R. L. Motley of the Bowling Green Equal Suffrage League, write of a visit to Honeyshuck, Speaker Champ "Honeyshuck is Clark s home: regular hotbed of suffrage. Mrs. Pitzcr oi Colorado, sister of Mrs. Clark is visiting there, and says she could not remain In a State where she had no citizenship, so will return to her own State soon. I had a splendid talk with Mrs. Clark, who said she had no long. sympathy with the antis, but they were ' Among the novelties offered this fast disappearing, just as the Tories season are the "Six Riding Hannfords" did during the Revolution. "I want to "The Paldrens,'' balancing, pyramid stand up and be counted now, nor do I Ing and head jumping on the tops of want anybody else to answer for me, burning lamps. "Pallenberg's Wonder she remarked. Speaker Clark hlm-se- lf Bears," "Adgie" and her den of nine predicted that tho women would have performing African lions, Barnum and suffrage by 1917. He advocates an Bailey statue horses. Madam Brndna's Amendment to the Missouri Constitu- Angel Horses. Three great herds of tion. ,'1 am for it. first, last and all the war elephants, trained and shown by time,' he said, 'and what is more, it, is the first and only lady elephant train. coming. " ers. Besides these, arc CO aerialitts. CO acrobats and CO clowns. A wonderfu' prelude to this great THE BEST PROOF circus in the presentation of the new. Given By A Lancaster Citizen. pageant. magnificent, spcctaculsr It is with unusual Irterest and pleasure to the public that we are able to announce the third annuil Gsrrard County School Fair which will bo held in Liberal In this city at the grnded school Auditorium, Saturday, October 30th. premiums will be offered In every class nml it Is expected that the exhibits will be large and creditable to those taking part In these contests. A complete list of the prizes olfered and the entiro program will appear In the next issue of the CENTItAl. ItKCOKD. for th benefit of thoiK who erpect tn take part In these contests and that they may begin thele preparations now, we give below a list uf the classes to be competed for. I. llest Kxhlbit of Hnmlwork from first and second grades, Ilett Exhibit of Handwork from second and thi'd grades, licit loaf of bread. Ilest six beaten biscuit. Ilett glass of apple jelly. ' Most sentlble kitchen apron. Uett embroidered towel. Ilest dressed doll by child under 13, i. Ilest bin) houte, grndes 9 to 12. Ilest model farmgafe, grades 5 to 8. Heat exnibft of Manual Training. lest rapid calculator, oral and written, Ilest speller. Ilest relief map of Kentucky. Uett declamation, grades I to 7. ,. Ilest oration, grades 9 to 12. Best exhibit of 10 writing books. ' Heat essay on "How to Exterminate the Fly". . Ilest booklet on "Home Sanitation" . i " Ilest buthel of corn. Ues( 10 ears of corn. , Uett Judge In teed corn. licit collection of wood from 10 forest trees of K'nlutky. Premium to school bringing highest percent nf efttut enrollment. Trustee counts same as 2 pupils. 2i, Ilanner to school winning most premiums. 1 .. . An Old Kentucky Home Since I Began Phone 312-- J R. F. D. No. 2. HAIR AND SCALP NEEDS DAILY CARE. Which? "Everything baled with me Calumet it to tempting-wholeso- v The eighty.thlrd annual State eon ventlon of the Christian church of Ken tucky, In session at Madisonville, un animously endorsed woman suffrage by a resolution adopted Sept. 22. President K. II. Crossfield of Transylvania College, Lexington, presented the resolution to the convention. It was seconded by the Rev. D. M. Walker of Stanford and Rev. Homer V. Carpenter of Shelbyville in brief but enthusiastic speeches. Wnen the vote, was put by Dr. E. U. Dames of Richmond, president of the convention.-lher- e was the heartiest endorsement, not a voice being heard in opposition. Following is the resolution; "Whereas, the principle of equal suffrage is founded on justice and righteousness and has been a mighty factor in the elimination of the open saloon, gambling, the white slave traffic ana other forms of crime and vice, where women have been given the franchise, "Therefore, be it resolved that we, both Christian and Democratic, endorse the principle of equal suffrage as both Christian and Democratic and one that should prevail in Kentucky and in the Tf vnn vnlttA the nnnaArnnea tt vnnr hair you should treat your scalp as often and well as you brush your teeth and rub into the scalp pores twice daily a little Pariaian Sage. This treatmsnt is not a mere "hair tonic" It is bottled nourishment for the hair roots and it Is simply wonderful what an improvement Is use for even a week will make in the appearance of anyone's hair. It never injures, is delightfully cool and pleas ant to the scalp and takes out the dull. lifeless look in the hair, making it soft. fluffy, glossy and beautiful. Two or three applications remove every trace of dandruff, and dally use wilt prevent its return. R. E. McRoberts and the leadingdruggists everywhere can furnish you with Parisian Sage it cost but a trifle. Doan's Kidney Pill were used they brought benefit. The story was told to Lancaster resi dents. Time has strengthened the evidence, Has proven the result lasting. The testimony Is home testimony The proof convincing. It can be Investigated by Lancaster residents. Mrs. J. W. Pumphrey, Danville St., Lancaster, says: "I suffered a great deal from backache and couldn't sleep well. On several occasions my back became so painful and weak that I was unable to do my house work. I got Doan'a Kidney Pills at It. E. Melton erts & Son's Drug Store, and they helped me from the first. 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The last conditicn remaining for making the farm home equal to or better than trie city home. con the Installation of modern veniences insisting of a heating sys tem, water supply, toilet and bath room, power washing machine, and lighting plant. All these can be Instal led for a few hundred dollars. The farm home will then becomo the A home where bodily ideal home. strength, manhood and character can be developed to the highest standard of Taking Peruna I Weigh 120 Pounds for the First Time in My Life. My former weight was 102 lbs. My Mother who is 76 Years Old Had Grown so Weak She could scarcely walk. She also took Peruna and is fleshier and looking well. Tb aliot. .plfn.lll woman L lira. Itattla Hamilton, ot SIS flVn At Co nrummcDda I'truoa la all hvuMwtv. Addrraa To. Ol.lo. tor In copy ot tba "III. ol Lite." Kh lruo. l.atonla, Ky. ol Oohimbua, HOOKWORM BELT CIRCLES THE GLOBE. The Rockefeller Foundation, is mak ing public it annual report, covering the period to the end of 1911. tells what has been accomplished by its international Health Commission In mitigating the ravages of the hookworm disease in tropical countries. The report says that the relief and control of the disease is an undertaking of enormous magnitude, as the In fection belts the globe in a zono on both sides of the Equator, CO degrees wide and with a population of about 900,000,000 souls. Thus far plans have been adopted and work begun for the control of the dlseaai; in British Guiana, Antlgus, Trinidad, SU Lucia, Grenada and Egypt. In addition to the work undertaken in the Urltlsh colonies the commission has responded favorably to Invitations from several Central American counties and work has been Inaugurated in Panama, Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Guatemala. PRESIDENT KNELT AND IN CABINET perfection, free from the contaminating evils that are rampant in tho larger centers of population, k. .. a v. II - ... PRAYER GOD. TO nation' ' .Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker, Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry ;s".B.i:.a??r delicious I want 'em all. For things hard to bake rich! it can't be equalled. Calumet Is the world's best BakingPowder It't moderate in price pure in the caa u4 purt la UUftf VMkUrlitl In poaii to bur Ana ta karetunf aa4 RciTd tu tn4 III) on." Hiihait Awarda CmI JmI fru Im Utt mutt ccooobUiI lii. tmm4 Ctm e.THC TRUST The 13th annual Kentucky State fair, which was held in Louisville Sept. 13 to 18, beat all previous records In every respect, and a progressive suffrage spirit was noticeable in the attitude of J the thousands of visitors. Mrs. R. A. I McDowell, chairman of the suffrage . tent work, said at the end of the first I day; "We notice a decided change in the attitude of the public to woman suffrage. Frivolity is gone." Mrs. McDowell was assisted by a different group of women each day. ' Mrs. Robert M. Carrier instituted u "Corn Day", and induced a great many larmers 10 contribute a uusnei oi corn each to the suffrage fund. Mrs. Herbert Mengel, president ot the Louisville Association of 3,000 members, did yeoman service, Mrs. Samuel Iteming Cur'IU rum" I j Cbep and big canllaVlngPowderi do not aav you money. Calumrt floes n gi'ure I and tar iuprior to lour millc nd soda. had charge of the speakers, who gave, 15 minute suffrage talks. More cards were signed in the six days than there were members of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association What Would You Do? This fact points, three years ago. There are many times wrmi one man any other, to the steady more than and substantial growth of suffrage questions another's actions and motives. Men act differently under different cirsentiment in Kentucky, cumstances. The question is, what would you do right now If you had a severe coldT Could you do better than It Always Does the Work. to take Chankerlain's Cough Remedy? "I like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy It Is highly recommended by people who better than any other," writes R. E. have used it for years and know its Roberts, Homer City, Pa. "I have value. Mrs. 0. E. Sargent, Peru. Ind., says, "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy taken It off and on for years and it has is worth its weight In gold and I take never failed to give thedeslred results." pleasure In recommending It." For For sale by all dealers. sale by all dealers. How President Wilson went down on his knees and led his cabinet in prayer at a tecent meeting was told in India napolis by Bishop William F. Anderson of Cincinnati, at a session of the Indiana Methodist Episcopal Conference. A United States Senator told the bishop of the incident, he said the Senator had heard it from one of the cabinet members who prayed with the President. "When the President arrived at the cabinet meeting", said Bishop Anderson, "his face wore a solemn look. It was evident that serious affairs of tho Nation were on his mind. He said to the cabinet members, 'I don't know whether you men believo In prayer or not. I do. Let us pray and ask the help of God.' "And right there, the President of the United States fell upon his knees aid thx members of the Cabinet did the same and tho President offered a prayer to God, While the war rages In Europe, we In this country should thank God that in this crisis or the world we havo a chief executive who Is a ser vant of God and who stands with his hand In the hand of God. Every minister In the la j should,' every time he offers a prayer, take Woodrow Wilson by the hand and lead him Into the pretence of God, and ask that he I given strength to continue to be the great apostle of peace among men." There was a chorus or 'amens' from the ministers. Later a telegram ex pressing the confidence of the delegates In him was sent to the President. . Worn Out? No doubt you ore, U you sutler from sny ol the numerous ailments to which an women are subject. Headache, back-nch- e, sldeachc, nervousness, weak, tired feeling, are some ot the symptoms, and you must rid yourself of them in order to feel well. Thousands of women, who have been benefited by this remedy, urge you to iraUbll Mfg. sad worn aad Guriitctd R E. tU tha cluck by J. Bobl Crnmc, Birdjtowa, laaitj. lliilaatMilp Ky. -- Mjy. 1 ft . Price JOc at solo or ill DruUUti. ifnl. McKobcts, Druggist, Lnncnster, Ky 8 Y , RICHMOND, KY. A TRAIN. NQ SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Courses leading to Elementary, Intermediate and Life gtate Certificates. Valid In all l'ublio Hchools ot Ken-luck(Special Courses and KtvUw Courses. Tuition Vxtso to Appointees. Two splendid dormitories, new mcxlel school, new manual trslnlng building, practlc tchool, department of agriculture, a wall equipped iryinnatluiu. Doinettlo Bcienct. Flrtt Term beKUts September 7, Hecond Term Noremlier 10, Third Terra J anuaryll, Fourth Term April 6, Bummer Bcliool open t Juus H. Cataloguo Free, j, ril.Vllllli, IWaent. TAKE Cardui Tho Woman's Tonic Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, oi Clifton Mills, Ky., says: "Before taklngCardul, I was, at tlmts, so weak I could hardly walk, and the pain In my back and head nearly killed me. After taking three bottles ol Cardui, the pains disappeared. Now 1 feel as well as I ever did. Every suffering today. woman should E-- ill D. A. THOMAS. It, L. ELKIN. ft '11 Tobacco Housed. Protect your labour and rental by Insuring your TOBACCO. Rates reasonable. See tryCarduL" Oetabottle I I THOMAS & ELKIN, Agents. ?xf33s. The Central Record, Thursday Oct 7, 1915 REGARD FOR THE LAW. Ignorance of the I,nw i no eicuas nil dliregard of the I.nw li a crime, When I.awa aro o obnnilous a to afford excutei for they hould be changed, and the people thla right, "If jrour right hand bare offend you, cut It off," wa no Idle In junction, but mean tho offenao should be removed rather than the mutilation of the member. Our Tax Law aro dlataiterul end detrimental, but the remedy should bo to amend them Instead of allowing them to undermine the morals of the people by openly disregarding them. Tho aucccasful evasion of one Law may encourogo the violation of others and In tlrao breed a contempt for all Laws. While every citizen owes obedlenco to the Law, the Lawa should be made fair and equal to every cltlicn. Tho Tax Lawa are neither fair nor equal and are productive of dccolt and dishonor and If for no other reason than this should bo changed. 1 I Mt-i'4M-titl Page 3 " I mint ' I . i Mr. W, II. Todd wa not able to Kentucky Federation of teach Tuesday because of illness. That the Thechool I still growing. Flvo Women' Club ha 24,230 member ami 1C8 club, operating In cventy.two more pupil were sdded last week. counties, I shown by the statistical Mils Ruth Carrier, one of MrTodd'a report just compiled and publlabed. pupil, delighted the ichool Friday This fine showing I somewhat note- morning with a reading. worthy In that thl I the twenty-fir- t year of year of the orKanlzation-t- he of It majority. The largest club, the Woman's Emergency Asoclatlon number 8.15.1 members, the amallest club ot the Federation I the Perryvillo Civic Among League with eight members. the large clubs are the Louisville Suffrage Association with 2, 7(M) member; Associathe Louisville tion, having 2,000 member; the Fay ette Kqual Illghta Association, number ing 1,700; the lluslncs Woman' Club of Louisville, 810; the Federation of Mothers' Club In Louisville, 400; the Louisville Woman's Club, 393, and the llurbon County Health and Welfare League, with 319 enrolled. Of the five district into which tho Federation is divided, the tint district haa thirty-tclub with approximately COO member, cluba and the second has thirty-twr l.ZOi) clubwomen; the third, club and 4,fcOO women, the fourth, aixteen club and G50 women; tho fifth, thirty-fou- r cluba and 17,000 women. I'arent-Teacho fifty-fou- LtMlledrTliWoiBnClutii ni..L ii incitomans umuiI "i. SCHOOL NOTES, I1V f USE T DIRECT FOR LIGHT NEEDLEWORK. tit I lI II FOR K VEGETABLE.? WILL RICE AMON. MORE USES FRESH Making the Little Farm Pay XI f T i Vt I IWaJifti tvt?ww CARDS. ---- nn yjs)js)pa)j ajsjag ssj)BMprpsa) X X papayap I Mr. Wlatt, b Transylvania student, visited the scnool Alonaay anu gave an enjoyable and helpful talk. The Lancaster High School's first foot ball game will be played Friday on the home ground against Citdwell A good High School of Richmond. game I expected. Don't fail to ice it. Admission 15 and 25 cent. A young man had called upon hi best girl the night befoie. Aa a result he had but poorly prepared hi Virgil lenon. In spite of thl fact he translated fairly well for a ahort time but after reading "and I put my arms around her" he auddenly stopped to translate farther and said; "That la a far as I got Professor." The Instructor's reply wa "That is far enough young mn." , If you value your eyesight ncr- er attempt to do darning or other Bno needlework by anything ccpt n strong, direct light Although tho new Indirect light Ing, mtu Its soft shadow, Is Ideal for most kind of work. It Is not the best for sewing. ,l'or that you will get the best results wllb tho least eyo strain only from n strong, direct light discrimination ot detail under such circumstances ns nro found In sewing Is dependent almost entirely cither on shadow or on too direction or ino ngui. Whcro tbo surface ot nn object Is uneven, but uniform in color, the only wny In which the can bo shown up by differences In tho Illumination of such surfaces caused by tho dif ferent angles which they present to tho Incident light. If tbo un- evennesses nro very deep they will Ito shown up by tbo shadows which nro thrown up by tho raised portions on to the surrounding surfaces. For Instance, tho embossed let- terlng used on somo noto paper uepenus entirely on mis action, f must nndn sculpture In obviously preecnt n Very differ- ent apicaranco according us It is uiuminatcu uy unidirectional light at glancing Incidence or by light from a large source striking It mainly nt normal In1 I I I ;; 4-- with Its linrsli shadows. The reason of this U that tbo Vegetablu Chowder, Cut three thick slices ot salt pork Into dice shaped pieces and fry a nlco brown. Chop three large onions ; ; fine, nnd ndd to tho iorb while frying, stirring often so tbey will ; not burn. 1'ut six quarts ot hot water In n deep agate iut. I'ut the iork, pork fat nnd onions In tho pot containing the water. f cupful of barX Then add Icy and three large potatoes, !! '. '. '. '. one-hal- '. I ; ; By C. C. BOWSFIELD. Dr. J. S. GILBERT. ; '. ; ! - - UNIFORM TAXATION. Property dlfTera so greatly In character and earning power It has always been linposslblo to tax the various kinds uniformly, livery attempt to tax movable property the same as property has failed and will always fall. "Two wrongs do not make a right," and when assessors find It Imposslblo to discover tho ownership of movablo property and undertake to aquaru things by lowering the aspessment of Immovable property, there la no right or Justice In It and everybody suffers In tutnd and matter. Tho more stringent the Ijiw to uncover movable prowrly the faster It moves and hides, and this faet Is au well established the aMettor In most rountle let movable, property go by default. Uniform taxation la a delusion and a snare. It may suRlce to fool tho Ignorant but the knowing ones Just laugh at It This Is rough on the poor man whoe nil Is In sight and Immovable, and Is also tough nu the rich man who defies the law and hides hi wealth from tho assPMor. for ho knows lie la doubly guilty In saving himself at the expense of bla leas fortunate neighbor The essential apparatus of baseball is aimple and Inexpensive. All that fa required I a field, a stick, the ball It- -' self and police protection for the umpire. One advantage of the game aa played professionally is that those sitting in the grand stand can play the game a great deal better than the eighteen men on the diamond. It is also true that anyone perched on a telegraph pole across the street or looking through a knothole I n the fence beyond right field, can judge of the pitcher's skill or the runner's fleet-ne- ss much more intelligently than the arbiter who stand behind the batter. The great merit of the game ia that the people can participate in It l not like bridge whist It science la not synonymous with silence. The thing to do i ttke otf your coat and root a long and as loudiy as you can even if you don't know what is happening. w Club The president of the Woman was rfelighud with the practically unanimou acceptance of the invitation she issued for all club members to bo to reciee a year book present Oct and spend a loclal hour together. This wa Intended for a pleasant break in the routine of the years work. Tomorrow Mr. Curry lead the meet ing her subject being "Colonial Artist.' We have eviry member will be present nt this first meeting and begin a fine, one tcnioonful of thyme, salt and iicppcr to taste, I one-hal- f can of tomatoes, one ' ' ! '! tnblrspoonful of lard nnd B cents' worth of soup grrc-u- s nil chopped fine. Boll four hours, stirring o Into . . !! often. To convert tbe ; clam chowder ndd three bunches '. '. of soft shelled clnms, chopped " fine, with tho liquor that comes !! with them, to the vegetable chow- ; ; ; ; der nnd boll alt together. !! '. '. Cream of Asparagus Houp. ' ' '. ! Cut oft tbe tips of n bunch of '. '. asparagus. Cut tho rest ot tho ; ; stalks In half Inch pieces and coTcr with water. Add a small ; ; onion nnd a sprig of celery nnd A simmer for an hour nnd n half. T '. ! Half nn hour before taking from tho fire add the tips In n llttlo T II cheesecloth bag or small wire A strainer. When the hour nnd a T 1 1 half Is up removo the tips and put, tho rest of tbe asparagus T 1 through a vegetable press. Heat X nnd" thicken with flour and but- . . chopped JL '. - OFFICE In shaping a llttlo farm program to n variety of money ranking CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. products tbe owner will llnd that musk- - Office Phone C9 Residence Phone 41 melons Dt nicely Into the scheme. KY. LANCASTER. Muskmclons thrive In northern s almost as well as In tbo south. Tbey will yield good crops on ordinary soli, aro easily cultivated nnd return an acreage profit equal to other high class embrace commodities. Muskmclons do well whcro watermelons will not mature at alL It Is not to bo Inferred that this crop docs not need rich soil, but tbo general experience Is that ordinary garden cultivation will give good results. A light well drained pleco of laud Is to bo A Meld that ha had clover chosen. for a couple ot years I best When tbo sod Is turned In tho fall eight or ten tons of barnyard mauuro should bo plowed In to a depth ot seven or eight Inches. A light black loam on clay subsoil docs very well If tbo field Is r '. '. !! '' '. '. U. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician aitiici Fitted. Bitl.ficllon Qntrinittd. ; !! ; Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. '' ; ; ; 1 ; John M. McRoberts. ; H. 1 J. PATRICK, Dentist. Zentuokv D. V. M. 11 Paint Lick. John JI. Casey, SfcrA'Tr" cidence. lt delightful years study. COHEN TO QUIT it RING. EQUITABLE TAXATION. The differences In property call for differences In taxation Just as "one star differs from another," and yet all the stara and all tho property serve their purposes. The man, who puts his money In Securities Issued on property already taxed and paying more taxes because of the Improvements Justified by the man'a money, Is Just as useful a cltlien as the man who puta hla money In lands and houses; but when the first man objects to giving up the greater part of the earnlnga on his securities, Issutd en property alrsady taitd, he Is looked upon aa a tax dodger, and, tho man with the houses and lands who cannot so readily escape denounces a tax system which seems so unfair. Ask this man to surrender a half to of the Income from his houses and land and there would be another tale. Tne revenue of the first man Is limited, while that of the other Is unlimited, and yet there aro people who cannot see the distinction, Kqult-abltaxation la based on the earning power of all property, In just proportion, and If any partiality Is shown It ahould be In favor of the man who risks his money to Improve houses and lands owned by others, which may depreciate, but cannot fly away. three-fourth- s Mat S. Cohen, recently nominated aa the Democraticeandidtte for Commis sioner of Agriculture, and well known a one of Kentucky' foremost horsemen, haa definitely announced that hi will retire from the (addle horse business at the close of the present season, and that all tils paraphernalia, the ac cumulation of thirty years in the saddle horse business, will be sold at auction in the February sale'at Lexington, Ky. Farmer Home Journal, When Sarah Bernhardt dies and Mat Cohen die and we know they are dead then we will believe they will quit ahowing, but not until then The question lias n wlda practical application In working on fabrics of one color with no nnt- urn! contrasts. A jicrson doing needlework with such materials de;cnils for the discrimination of the detailed strands of tho fabric on the small shadows cast by ono strand on to tho licit and on tho varying brightness over the curved surfaces of each Individual strnud. Both tbeso factors deend on tho unidirectional character of tbo light Incident on tho material, and the Inefficiency of Indirect light for such work ts most marked. 1 1 TX XT T .t T J. T I X f..fttfffff l1,...f T X BUTTON ,'f '? rubbed together a table- spoonful of each to each cupful ot asparagus stock. Then add to X tho same amount of hot milk nnd servo with tho nspnrngu-- tips in X It. Fenson with paprika nnd R!It i tcr t I Veterinary Surgeon. it ViSl Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary College. Ofllce at W. D. Burtcn's Sale Stable. 9 Night Phone 211. tt s NOVELTIES. 4, T X Summer Rufflei Pastj Fall Assumes Buttons. '' J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR UCSKMELOSB Toned Up Whole System. I M IIII 1 "Chamberlain's Tablet have done more for me than I ever dared hope for." writea Mrs. Esther Mae Uaker, Spencerport, N. Y. "I used several bottles of these tablets a few months ago. They not only cured me of bilious attacks, sick headaches and that tired out feeling, but toned up my whole system.' For aale by all dealers. TOM TOM THE PIPERS SON. LUXURY SPEAKS. 811k Ho- - 3 ' ARE PROFITABLE. Office Over National Hank. Residence fhone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. 2 Dainty slsry For Horn Wear. OPEN AIR BABY SCORES. The grand prize baby of Illinai i Charlotte M. Underwood, 3 yeara and 0 month old. Charlotte I the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C Underwood, of Illoomlngton, III. She left the Getter liable' Contest at the Illinois State Fair with three silver cup and two medals, one gold, the other bronze. Her score was 93 percent perfection. Charlotte always ha slept out of doors' She had no artificial food until she wa ten month old. Stacy A. Van Fatten, Jr., 3 year and 3 month old, was declared to be the most perfect boy baby TAX AMENDMENT. I in the State of Illinois. Stacev regisTax Amendment was carried tered 97.G percent His one imperfecThe by thirty thousand majority two year tion wa that he Is a fraction short for Farm All Taken. ago? but because the Secretary ot hi age. Perhaps if hi parents put The Connecticut board ot agriculhim In the open air to sleep he will State failed to advertise It ninety ture ts authority for tbe statement of sixty days before the elec- gain thia halt point and equnl the prize that there la not an abandoned farm In tion, aa the Constitution require. It girl baby. that state, the demand for vegetables, roust be voted on again at tho Novemtobacco, small fruits, poultry and othber Election. The welfare ot the State demands the of this "TIPPERARY" NOW A HYMN. er farm prooucts having brought back Into use land that was long neglected. Important measure and over)' citizen should vote for It More than 100 Ilaptist ministers adapted the tune of "Tipperary" to the word of a hymn of their own comKENTUCKY iNEEDS position at a recent conference, as a A good many thlnga to place the mean of attracting public attention to should utilize To Regulate Slock Running At Large In State In tho rank she deserves In the things religious."' march of prosperity, but when sifted popular ditties which everybody whisMagisterial District No 4 in Gardown the greatest need of all la a tles and sings In order to focua attennew Tax System that will attract tion upon the church," declared tho rard Countr Ky. of repel Capital, which guaran- Hev, Clarence Woolston, the author. tees cheap money for the ImproveHere's the way the chorus goes; ment of farms and development of Notice is hereby given that E. L. local Industries. Although one of the "It's a good thing to be it christian Woods, and others more than 20 names oldest States, centrally located and It's tho best thing I know; Citizens resident of Paint Lick l'recinct with marvelous natural advantage, It's a good thing to be a christian No. 8, on the 14th day of Aug. 1915 rilother and les favored States have Wherever you may go, ed in the Clerks office of the uarrurd us. and, as someone haa aptly Goodby sin and Satan; county Court their petition in persuance aid, "Kentucky la an Island of comto Section No. 4C1C. 4047. 48, 4G49, all that's bad. parative poverty aurrounded by a Sen Farewell 4050 and 4G51 of the Kentucky Statutes good thing to bu a christian which is an act to regulate stock runof Industrial prosperity" And why? It'a a ning at large in Magisterial District The answer I because of our repellent For It make my heart glad." No. 4, in aaid County and State and Equitable taxation Tax System. whereas on the sume date to wit; monoy. mean cheap Easy money August, 14th, 1915, in the same styled IS YOUR SILO READY? means Improvement and development action E. D. Cooley and over 20 other Industrial enterprise keeps the people It now looka as If tbe majority of resident citizens of l'recinct Nu 9, filed at home and Increase the population. their petition in the said County Clerks Mora people means more consumer tho corn will have a hard time netting otllce in pertudnce to Sections Nos. ot our home product. Closo market on account of the abundance of rain 4040, 4C47. 4018. 4G49, 4C50, and 4651 of means good price, and all of thl and If we have an early frost, an Im- the Kentucky Statute which is an act ha been retarded because some wise mense loss will be sustained. to regulate stock running at large In acres borrowed a Uniform Those, who have ailos sufficient to magisterial District No. 4. in the aforesaid County and State and whereas the Tax Law from another State which in a for- Judge of the Carrard County Court bad been striving to get rid of It for take care of their needs are the petition above refered to the forty years and which ahowa that an tunate position, aa every stalk put In Intolerant politician may not always the silo will be saved and it feeding Fiscal Court of Garrard County at the August Special Term 14th day of Too late be a tolerable patriot, or Kentucky value Increased 1915, aaid court after hearing would not have been throttled In tbe now, if you haven't a alio but make a August, petitions read by a unanimous the aaid way ihe ha been. resolution now and keep it that you vote of tne Court ordered ssid election will place your order for a alio before If desired, by the voters ot all the the firt day of April. Study the prop- Magisterial Dlttrict of Garrard County and shall not be confined to any one DON'T FAIL TO VOTE er feeding for the result you wish to Magisterial District. and you will find a silo the best secure The Garrard County Court at a FOR paying investment on the farm. Every- pecUl term Aug. 23rd, 1915 in the above ityled cause of K L. Wood and THE TAX AMENDMENT thing eat silage but the dog and the others on petition entered an order that cook. an election be held in Magisterial District No. 4 comprised of l'tlnt Lick voting precinct No. 8 and Union prela be cinct No. 9 which Shown at Koman's Opera House Each Monday Night held on Tuesday laid election2nd to 1915 November and the officers of election are ordered e and, directed to open a pole for the of ascertaining the will of the voters of such district upon the question whethei or not they wish csttle generally to run at large In said district. Witness my hand as Clerk of the Garrard County Court thl Sept 14, scril-lind "Tom Tom the riper Son" of the nursery rhymes never had a thing on that smiling cheery Sun Burned Scott g "Roy K. Chapman" as he comes down the street with hisdrummers, shead of the Coburo Blues in theirdaily street parade. Dressed in the highland costume of the Seaforth Scotch Highlanders hi pipes a droning and plaidie flying.it must be admitted that Coburns Minstrels have again put one over for Chapnovelty in street advertisement man is also a clever linger commedian and dancer ar.d will appear with the company in the night performance next Saturday night at the Roman Opera House. Don't forget to watch for that street parade. bbbbW bbbbb1 ARBACTIVZ This cartwheel and tbe big whirl aro sultablo for coats. Tho smaller metal buttons, lacquered colors, will brighten up dork dresses for llttlo girls' school days Just ahead. Odds and Ends. To remove Ink stains from a book apply oxalic acid on the tip of a camel's hair brush and soak up with blotting paper. Add a tablcspoonful of table salt to the gasoline when sponging clothes and tho rings usually left on the garments will bo avoided. Tbe fine steel brushes used on suedo shoes are much better to removo the shine from worn cloth than Is pumice stone. Tbeso small brushes cost S3 cents and can be conveniently carried when traveling. Use a circular motion drained, but select a sandy loam If possible, and fertilize It as seems necessary. While melons will not stand soggy land, tbey need regular moisture. Therefore tbe Ideal place Is a drained Held, and In a drought It pays to put on water. Sod land Is porous to a good depth and so remains for a season after breaking, in case there I no clover on tbo farm a field of blue gross or other sod can be worked up nicely tor the muskmelon crop. The big money In growing muskmclons lies chiefly In the production ot a high grade ot stock, and therefore It must be tbe aim to have uniformity. Quality and a good yield generally go together. Tbe preparation of tbe soil should Include disking and harrowing in the spring. This not only works the toll Into nice condition but clears out the weeds. As early melons usually prove most profitable, the plants are started In hotbeds or cold frames. They can bo grown In flowerpots or plant boxes, using different sizes for this purpose. A compost may be mado for theso boxes or for tho hotbeds. This Is composed of about two arts ot rotted horse manure to one part rich, sandy soil, new soil from the woods being preferred. Poultry droppings added to this com port aro bcnctlclaL Havo this prepared soil thoroughly mixed beforo placing It or tbe seeds will not get an even start Keep the ground moist but not drenched. After tbo plants are ten days old they are to bo thinned down, and only tbe strongest and healthiest aro kept for tho open field. When plants aro a little more than a month old or when danger of frost Is over they should be transplanted to the field. Mark off tho plot both ways and set the plants flvo feet ppart without disturbing tbo roots. Soli should be pressed firmly around them, care being taken not to Injure cither plants or roots. This kind of treatment brings on an early crop and gets the highest profits. At the same tlnio later plantings can bo made In order to lengthen tho reason. In starting the crop outdoors an ounce of seed will plant fifty hills. Too much attention cannot be given to cultivation. Keep the ground clean Where and In a mulched condition. water is scarce or has to be hauled a long distance It will not pay to Irrigate, and hence It may not pay to ralxe largo patches ot melons. In n good growing season or where tbo water supply can bo controlled It Is not unreasonable to expect a crop of muskmclons worth (500 au acre. This Is n product that Is easily marketed, as It ships well and docs not spoil very fast Tboso Intend ing to cultivate tbe crop regularly tor market need to glvo some attention to the selection of seed In order to get ear For All Kinds of ROUGH G. C. COX. Phone 229. LUMBER. see Manse,Ky 12 a, m. o9 omce Hours 1I 8 to lto4-7t- p. mj M. K. Denny ana" W.A. Wheeler Doctors Of Dental Sargerr. Office Slormes Bnlldlngsver Hnrl A Ander ion's nrnitnre Store. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. Or. Wm. Office D. Pryor. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Lancaster, -- at Rainey's Livery Stable. -Kentucky NOTICE "'e when brushing. Cut pieces about two inches wide and three long from tho heels ot old rubbers, peel off tho cloth and sew them tnsldo the heels of your rubbers. They are rough nnd sticky and will cling fast to the shoe und entirely stop tbnt disagreeable trait somo rubbers have ot slipping off at tbo heel. A Suffrage HARRY JACOBS Manufacturer and Dealer in High-Class Monuments. Note. two-fol- The New Jersey Woman Suffrage association has oicncd a branch headBILK AND HOSES. quarters In Trenton; Mrs. Ii V. Fetch-crMeshed, bowknotted und roso emtho president feels tbnt tbe capital broidered, fills hosiery matches your city will bo a strategic point during tho afternoon or evening gowu In color. remaining two months of tho Satin pumps without buckles complete Tbe National American Woman this nether elegance. Suffrago association has offered to put tho new branch In charge of ono ot Fad and Fashion. their best trained workers. Miss The high collar Is very much here. Ungle. Stockings ami shoes nro exceedingly Miss I'.ngle has for tho last six gay In coloring. mouths leeii doing suffrage organizaButtons lire. If oKlble, more fre- tion work In West Virginia, her natlvo quent than ever. state. Although ono of the youngest ot Wblto net and chiffon are good for tho suffrago workers, Miss Knglo has tbo evening dress. achieved an enviable reputation for efTbo charming mode ot tho transpar- ficiency. Also she has won a reputaent hat continues. tion as an excellent cook nnd I tbo auGirls' middy blontcs have colored thor of a book on the science and art V smocking on them. of sandwich making. A now mauve blue is in favor for chemisettes und blouses. , Th. Part of Wisdom. Long waistcoats and tlap pockets will A good bousewlfo will throw away at bo seen on autumn coats. least one pair of her husband's old A dark blue serge la charming It shoes every year. trimmed with black taffeta. In case you have guests and tbey enOrgandy collars and chlmesettcs are gage In a heated political controversy, attractive with linen dresses. start up tbe phonograph. Letting tho children run barefoot In Motoring. Aftsr summer will save money In ihoes, but When tbo eyes feci tired and dull It makes tbe soap bill larger. after a long ride, bathe them In luke Burning n large onton on a rednot warm water, to wblcb a little boraclc hovel will do away with tbo odor oX towder or wtt:b bate! has been added. tobacco In your drawing room. t, cam-lulg- Original Designs and Prompt Ser Convice. Guaranteed Quality. nections at all Granite and Marble Office and Works on Quarries. Cemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays Telephone 164. Stanford, MONEY Kentucky. TO at LOAN on Farm Lands. For particulars see Five Per Cent ly and popular varieties. W. F. CHAMP. Cltiiena National Bank. Lancaster, Ky Growing Potatoes. To guard against disease and Inferior quality of potatoes It U necessary to rotate crops. Grow alfalfa, clover or pea two or three years, grain one year and pota toes one year ia a good system. Select good seed. Too much Indifference with regard to the quality ol seed resalts In crops ot Inferior quality, and the amount consumed Is for lot than If a good quality U produced, TREES We Want Walnut Lois Roses, Phlox, Peonies Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. pur-po- Tt What zperieoce in selling all kinds lead us People A$k Us tbe best lajatlreT Year of to always recommend 1915. j tbo safest, surest and most satiaf ao (or. Boljoalyby w,10eaU. R. Atteit. J. W. Hamilton, Clark. e. McBob.rt m If you have any good Black Walnut timber on your place which you would like Write for free Catalogue. No Agts to convert Into spot cash at the highest market price, writo at once stating num H.F.Hillcnmcyer & Sons. Huwh IlVU?' ber, size and thickness of togs you could FwilM 4 Will KJIM. furnish and at what R. R. shipping point Lexington. Kentucky. DIDbmilMuiil. ArtltMi4liiiJalrctta1fcJkUfM. 1915 1841. CMHmtin f iMKMiHl.lHltfllKM. C.C. Uugil&Bro.Co. Inc., LmMKi. UiU xrlosl,. Mih Ktoot OlMMl4wtwr Ilk. Oou. tlritwnM la 'W. P?WH twiUI. Sctuol IMk TfcJOTT. JjUjT. An sCnusic !!. Hlilwst Cash Pilcis Paid Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday Oct 7 1915. OF I AND THE 4. KLAD-WE- LL COAT SUIT COMPANY j , From Cleveland Ohio, will be with us ; I FEIDAY, OCTOBEH, 8th.1 latest Parisian Models. He will show you SUITS copied from the Every Lady cordially invited. and COATS The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a year. J. R.L Sntered ! . ROBINSON. Editor. ELK1N, Local Editor and Mgr. th ro.l OBe In BeeondClaM Mull Mstttr l.neer, Kj.. MembA Kentucky Press Association IDS. Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Kj., October 7, 1915 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and CitV Offiies . . .$ COO 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 Obituaries, "or County Offices 10.00 15.00 10 10 very "few wars in which in one sense everybody concerned may take pride.' In more senses than one. When, over two years ago, the remnant of Pickett's and Heth's division "charged" up AT METHODIST CHURCH Cemetery Ridge again, and the remains of Webb's division bent down over the stone wall to help their old enemies up the ascent, it was not an act of forgiveness, but of reunion. When the old foes of the gray and the blue walk ed arm in arm together down the Em- mitsburg Road in the sotting sun, no body was forgiving anybody; the war was not a thing to be forgotten or forgiven, it had become a thing of the past, a thing to be talked of cheerily and with no rancor. It may not be "n lijsssssssssssssssssssWK miracle of the spirit," but it is something to take pride in. When the bloody struggle in Europe is over, will there be any such free and frank union ijssssssssssssssisssssssssssssssssst of the men who are left? We should not vnunt, but we may be thankful that the war here left such medicable scars. GREAT REVIVAL TO BEGIN OCTOBER 11TH. EFFICIENT NURSE FINDS ASSISTANCE! Mre. Anna L. Bryan 1$ Given Relief By ' Premier ('reparation. Louisville, Ky., Oct. Clh. -.- Mrs. Anna L. Bryan, an efficient trained nurse, who resides at 301 Crescent Court, Crescent Hill, this city, is among the hundreds of Louisville women who have used Tanlac, the premier preparation, with the most beneficial results. Mrs. FOR RENT i ' 'T "ftsHHH ..rrjflsssssssssssssssssssssssssl per line DEMOCRATIC .10 son's intention to reappoint Interstate .05 Commerce Commissioner Charles C. McCord, whose term will expire early next winter. Such appointment would TICKET. be approved by all who have observed carefully the work of the commission and of Its members. Commissioner McCofil led the way in . It is understood to be President Wil For Governor, A. O. STANLEY. For Lieutenant-Governo- r, JAMES D. BLACK, For Secretary of State, BARKSDALE HAMLETT. For Attorney-Genera- l, M. M. LOGAN, For Auditor, R. L. GREEN. For State Treasurer. SHERMAN GOODPASTER. For Clerk of Court of Appeals, For For For For For For R. W. KEENON. Supt. of Public Induction, V. O. GILBERT. Commissioner of Agriculture, MAT S. COHEN, Circuit Judge, CHARLES A. HARDIN. Commonwealth's Attorney, EMMET PURYEAR. Circuit Clerk, W, B. MASON. Sheriff, G. T. BALLARD. Jr. the investigation of the New York, New Haven and Hartford, with results which to some seemed at first unduly severe, but which are now admitted to have brought about a real cleaning up of one of the rottenest railway management situations in American history. He also was prominent in the investigation of the hard coal monopoly. These activities have caused Mr. McCord to be regarded, and denounced, in quarters not wholly disinterested, as "radical" in his tendencies. Asa matter of fact, his course his been proHe has gressive but not destructive. been instrumental in curbing gross abuses. He has also stood fast for decent treatment of tlu railroads as a whole, and for severity only toward railroad managements whose offenses richly deserved it. None of his decisions have been reversed by the Su- premeCourt of the United States. President Wilson will make no mistake in retaining a public servant so well proved. Bryan said: "I find Tnnlac very fine. I have, been using it for more than a week for 'gastritis. I have been treated by physicians with very poor results. Attunes I vomited blood, and lout weight steadily. "I find Tanlac has given me great relief. Shice I begun taking the I medicine I have noticed a marked im I have provement in my condition. ceased to vomit blood and have begun taking on weight. In fact. Tanlac has made me feel like a different woman, and I wish that very excellent medi-j cine great success." ;.. : . .1 Tt i. of unusual benefit in cases of stomach, : liver and Kidney trouble, rheumatism, nervousness, unsound sleep, faulty circulation, pallid complexion, catarrhal troubles, coughs, colds I and bronchial J and the like. It is especially beneficial per jjj i as a tonic for general debilitated sons' blood purifier hnd tissue builder. j Tanlac can be obtalnedn Lancaster at R. E. McRoberts drug store and in Bryantsville at Becker, Ballard & Scott, j sev-erj j 1 I , j '16. Tobacco, hemp, corn, meadow, wheat and grazing land. The best stock water. Two tobacco barns, one stock barn and good residence. Cash rent. 3tf acre farm for rent for A.H.Bastin&Son ................................ We have everything for the School Girl and Boy. Large line of lip,.. ....... I t) i a badImple. I ii TABLETS, PENCILS, BOOK BAGS AND REV. E. K. PIKE, OF FALMOUTH, KY. What promises to be one of the greatest revivals ever hi Id In the city will begin at the Methodist church on Monday evening October 11th. Ono of the most noted preachers of this denomination, Rev. E. K. Pike, of Falmouth, Ky., will conduct these services, which will continue from week to week as the interest is manifested. Nothing adds more to these revivals than good music and the church here is tc be congratulated upon securing the service of Prof. James V. Read, of Oakland City, Ind., to conduct the singing. Everybody is cordially Invited to attend these meetings, looking toward the salvation of souls, the upbuilding of God's kingdom and uniting with the church of your choice. Remember these services begin next Monday night. BUYING Messrs W. C. I "Happv for our nation." cries Mr, Bryan, "that we have in the White House at this time a President who be-- 1 lieves in setting before the Old World a good example, instead of following the bad exr.mple which the Old World I STRAPS, LUNCH BOXES, I ti 111 it sets." and Baskets. Crayons, Paints, Drawing and Composition Books. Fine Candies and the Best Soda Water In town. in MULES For Representative, II. CLAY KAUFFMAN. We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Higgins a candidate for County School Superintendent of Garrard County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary August 1917. We are authorized to announce Jog S. Haselden, of this city. Republican candidate, for Representative at November election 1915. We are authorized to announce Joe A. Burntide, candidate on Republican ticket, for Circuit Court Clerk, at November election 1915. "Instead of deitroying,it has healed". This is President Wilson's description of the war of secession, given by him to the Grand Army veterans beginning their reunion in Washington. Hi calls It unique among wars. Perhaps It is not that; there Is still misunderstanding enough between North and South, as there is between East and West, because this Is a big country and its interests are diverse. Yet the North knows the South better and understands it more thoroughly than It did In 1SC0. and the South reciprocates. But for the war that better understanding would not have come about. It was a hard lesson that the two sections learn ed, but it was worth Cemetery Ridge and the Bloody Angle for th South to Mod out that the North was not made up of mudsills, and for the North to know at last that the boujh was not composed of vainglorious boasters. It is, th President says, "a miracle of the spirit." It was; "one of the President Barker and the remainder of the faculty of State University are to be highly commended for their determination to enforce their rules of discipline at the University. Prior to the opening of the college year due notice was given in writing that hazing would not be permitted and that any violation of this rule would be followed by dismissal. This notice was so spread abroad that every old student was notified in advanco of what was expected of him and precisely what would follow if he proved rebellious. In spite of this early and kindly warning, the rule was violated and soon after college opened there were exhibitions of ruffianism which cannot be tolerated if any discipline at all is to be maintained at this great institution. Every student who is known to have been guilty of hazing should be dismissed, without hope of reinstatement In no other way can the university authorities hope to demonstrate that they and not the students are managing the Institution, and the sooner this becomes apparent the better. King and R. II. Price. of Townsville N. C, have been in the city for the pait week bujing mules for the Southern trade. They purchased of different parties throughout the county fifty-twhead In all at an average per head of 3115. Tho mules were from four to tax years old and were equally divided o.i to sex They were shipped yesterday to Townsville. o MUSICAL COMEDY CO There was a jplerdid Musical Comedy Company at the Romans Opera House They rendered Binging this week. specialties and vaudeville every night to large and pleased audiences. The act I added to the regular big feature picture program without any advance in the price of admission, Composing the Empire Musical Comedy Company ar Jack Lenore, manager; Wallace Burnett, straight juvenile man; Dan Sherwood, comedian; Mrs. Lola Burnett, engenue and character parts; Complete Jack Lenore, specialties. change of program every night, also new soags. STANLEY Why is that people in small town can find no better business than prying Into other people's business, and then exaggerating tho truth in regard to the same. People who.pretend to be Christians, who attend church regularly, who, in the WHY IS IT? It, it is o'Un asked, To Speak At Stanford Next Monday. sight of their neighbors are generous and charitable, yet who, without the slightest provocation, tell what It not true and try to ruin a reputation or good name. While they would not steal from them worldly goods, yet they rob him or her of what is more, precious Why than gpld- -a good reputation, can't people practice the cbrittianlty that they preach and "do unto others as you would have them do unto you?" The announcement that Hon. A. '0. Stanley will speak In Stanford next Monday afternoon, it being county court day there, will attract u large crowd from this county who are friends and, warm supporters of the next Gov ernor. For the past week Mr. Stanley has been speaking in the mountain counties and fiom reports that are coming In ha has been greeted with the largest audiences that any Democratic campaigner has ever received in that section. It may be impossible or Mr. Stanley to ipeak In Garrard . county, and for this reason a large crowd Is expected to hear Mm next Monday In Stanford. Why did Mr. Bryan desert his exemplary President? Why" did he set before the New World and the Old Uie bad example of a Minister of Foreign Affairs who did all in his poor power to injure his country and his chief? Why did he collogue with Dumba and at BLUES, BLUES, BLUES. a moment of grave international conThe Memphis Blues, the Florida Blues troversy and complication misrepresent Blue Monday Blues, and the Wind That the patriotic policy of the President Blew, must back up and take off their and tho United States? hats to the popular "Coburna Blues" when they come down the street next THE LOCAL NEWSPAPER. Saturday ahead cf the minstrel band This is the way it looks to a writer with Coburns Greater Minstrels. Big-- I gcr, better than ever, an ALL NEW who has traveled some, and watched He snow, i his company delivers the goods for reasons why a town prospers. this time and all tho time. At the says this about the town newspaper, Romans Opera House on Saturday Oct. which you shonld reprint for the benef9th. it-of your readers; A LOCAL SUBSCRIBER. "Stand iy your town newspaper. If OH THAT BEAUTIFUL BAND. tliere is anything in your, town worth What is it about a band that starts talking about, ten chances to one your the feet beating time, the heart thump- little town paper had a hand in putting ing, the irniles showing and the voice it there, and If there exists any unhumming some favorite air? Why do sightly or unsavory nuisance, twenty the youngsters follow the band, the chances to one It will' stay there until parade, the people gather and applaud your town editor sees it or smells It it, and on the day of the expected and wipes his pen on the town board's favorite minstrel show, await the com- breeches. If anybods beyond the walls ing of the noonday street concert and of your little burg evert learns that Inspiring strains of the "band"? there is such u place as Peacevllle, It seems to know, nobody seems to will be through town oracle. care. 7 hey want it. and they will have "Every village gets its money's it, although few other theatrical at- worth In the village newspaper. It's traction carry a band or depend on it the wagon that carries all your good for advertising and the duy,s business. things to market. It ought to be kept Joe Coburn manager and owner of the In good repair. In irany cases it would big Minstrels which wo look for and en- pay to grease it, paint It, keep its runjoy each season, says that "some Swede ning gear in shape and shelter It at the who liked to work, started the fashion public expense. Along with silk hats and long tailed "Stand by your local newspaper. coats, und It lias been epidemic ever It's tho guardian und defender of evsince". His "daddy wished, a carnet ery interest, the forerunner and pionon hint while a small boy, adversity eer of every advance movement and kicked Mm into minstrelsy, and popular the sturdy advocate of law and order. demand has kept him "tooting and Take it away, and It would not be six tooting" one ever since". Notwith- months before tho town would look as standing these conditions Business would however If It had been doped. "Cobq" Is always obliging and In drag, society would yawn and grass evidence with Ky band whenever this would grow between the cobbles," popular attractions reaches Lancaster and none of his friends will listen to his If You oft repeated threat to "get u leader are troubled with heartburn, gases and ' distressed feeling after eating take a man and quit". The show Is coining next Saturday night at the Romans Opera House the band Is coming, and Is "Cobe renjgs In concert, the writer before and of ter each meal and you will of this announcement will have a jbtalo prompt relief. Bold oaly.tyus.2Jo, R. E. McRobsrt remedy that will produce him as usual. No-bo- I I STORMES DRUG- - STORE. l fll Our Big and get S&..G Come is still on in Full Blast. Bargains While They Last All persons knowing them selves indebted to us either or note will please call and settle, as we are closing up our business. Thanking you for past favors: by-accoun- t Becker, Ballard & Scott. PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. t The Central Record, Thursday Oct 7, 1915 Page 5 FOR LADIES A O NLY oMtm MATINEE AT REX THEATRE Friday, October 8th 3 AT TWO Jreopie O'CLOCK. $ a NO for ADMISSION. ; Quick Meal Mailable Range; Gossip About At $50.00 Dollars Triple Walls, Steel, Asbestos and Steel Inside Lining, Enameled Steel to Prevent Rusting. J. E. Mount, Son Buy a 1916 & Co. CAR i f STUDEBARER TOURING 4 and 6 Cylcndar. e Stanford Motor Car G Co. iftrfVi lfr'Via.fttaits))0 IF If so call at J. W. ACEY, Manager. ARE YOU HUNGRY? for a nice Lunch, also Everything in Soft Drinks I IE1 ( E S Diaw A Check for the inotitty you ov e and note how much mure res- imi rraiOT They know he pectfully your creditors regard yon. They like to do buslnuss with u inun who - has on account nt the SS5Garrard Bank & Trust Go. Iictter They Is doing business in a business like way. open such an account even if your affairs are not large. will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company We are showing all (the latest styles 3 2 in Millinery in both large and small g I V-- hats. Call and see them. ft Rella Arnold Francis. Also nice line of Chlldrens Hats 2$ Z 1 Mr. J. W. Swope has entered the j law department of State University. SAME CONDITIONS graduated from our high Miss Helen Gill has returned from a "Billy" PREVAIL HERE, i school here in class '14 and his friends visit to friends in Cincinnati. are glad to know that he will take up Stanford has recently organized a Mr. Edward Spears, o." I'eria is a the legal profession. "Credit Association", and, so says the! guest at the Hotel Kngar!nn. Lieutenant John I'aul Miller, Mrs. interior Journal, will soon prepare a Brii'j Mtntlnn of Iht Cem!ng nd f Miss Minerva Cox was with friends Miller and handsome young jon. John ; 0f LA l.ylhoie Wt Aft Jnltrfitrd In. J the citizens of Lincoln county, with in Richmond the latter part of the past Kobert. arnvcu in the city last, fnday j the correct commercial rating of each week. and are the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. one. Lieut. This move was actuated by a recent Miss Carrie Arnold is in Shelbyville W. Miller on Danville street. Mr. Jamn II. Witt is recuperating for a visit to her sister, Mrs. Wm. Millerihas been stationed at Guam, V. I. j visit from a representative of a Louis- by a ri'.U at Elixitr Springs. two years anu his rnen-J- s tor the past vi)e clothing hous. who took "orders Hurnett. Mrs. L. G. Davidson Is reported sick here at home are proud of the reputa- for about a hundred suits of clothes, a Misses Leila Keatty and Eunice tion he has made in the Naval service. home on Richmond street. at her great many of them sold to fellows I'ruther spent Sunday with Richmond They will who owed home merchants for at le.fcst remain about two weeks. Attorney Green Clay Walkeris enjoy- relatives. two or threo suits. The same condiing a visit to friends n Mt. Sterling. Mrs. Zarilda Gulley has returned tions prevail in Luncister, and we sup- -' OCTOBER 9 CLEANUP DAY Mesdames Mattie Duncan and S. C. from a pleasant visit to pose in m-s- t relatives in other towns throughout Denny were recent visitors in Danville. Richmond. A proclimation has been isued by the state. l Miss Flora Andridge left Sunday to People patronize home merchants Mr. J. F. Holtzelaw nnd Reverend A. Governor James H. McCreary designatspend several days with relatives in J. Clere were in Harrodsburg, Tuesday, ing October 9th as cleanup day, urging when they are broke, often failing Cincinnati. the citizens of Kentucky totake special to settle when their davs of prosperity DAKOTA JACK on business. pains in removing causes for fire. He come, then when they have ready Mrs. II. S. Mattingly, daughter anJ Mrs. R. J. Sellman of Nicholasville pointed out the loss by money to spend, they patronize soma THE NORTHWESTERN COWBOY'S GREAT that one-thir- d sun of Louisville, are gueits of Mrs. J is hero for a visit to her friend, Miss fire could be prevented by proper pre- city firm, .allowing the home merchant It. Mount. INDIAN REMEDIES CREATING MORE Minnie Rrown. caution, and that if Kentuckians would to whistle for the long past due account. Mr. Gowen Uourne who is attend!!), We await with many misgivings the Mrs. Ada Kinnajrd has returned to only realize this the fire rate charged ATTENTION THAN EVER. school in Danville was over Thursday Atlanta after a stay of several weeks by insurance conpanies might be les- outcome of the organization of Stanwith home folks. ' "if it sened considerably. ford's Credit Association, and with Lancaster relatives. Governor McCreary urged also that proves a success, it will certainly be A Bad Case Of Inflammatory Rheumatism Mrs. Joseph I.. Francis was at the Mr. and Mrs. Mike Hays of Louisville children in the public schools be led to adopted in Lancaster. opening of her millinery establishment is the guest of Mrs. Hays parents, Mr. take up the movement by being told of at Crab Orchi rd. and Mrs. Wesley .nnone. "It's remarkable," says Martin the advantages of such movement, for 841 State .Misses rannle and Uettie west nre Takoa Friends will learn with much regret both the civic value and the financial , Leonard, of ago I wasstreet, Bristol. walking with "Four weeks In, Drnville viilting their sister. Mr J that Mr. J. Wade Walker is quite sick improvement a cane; that is, what walking I was George Robinson at his home near Paint Lick. doing. Both my knees were swollen Mrs. Ilreathitt Ilrawn left Saturday Mr. and Mrs. George Harris, of HEARTY WELCOME I suffer-- I j twice their natural size, and lor a stay at hlixar bprings hoping to Ilirmingham, Ala., are here for a visit Invllfact as a laxativoMrTtho ed untold pain night and day. I ask-- I improve in health. to Judge and Mrs. E. W. Harris. morning ed Dakota Jack if his Indian Remedy TO NEW DOCTOR.! J Mr. and Mrs. a. G. Haselden return would do me nny good. He says 'Boy. Judge L. L. Walker, Messrs R. - H. Fl. E. McRobsrts Dr. Virgil G. Kinnaird is receiving a ed Sunday from an enjoyable outing in Uatson, if it don't, it won't cost you anything. J. L. Francis and Green hearty welcome, not only from the Detroit .Michigan. So I bought A 45 DAYS' TREATMENT were in Liberty, Tuesday. medical fraternity, but from triends ' of DAKOTA JACK'S HERBS FOR Mrs. Henrietta Itaney of Oklahoma Mrs. John Sanders, who resides in who havo known him from childhood. j Y0U1I. FIND IT IN TIIIS COLUMN, j L and have been using it 3 or 4 ween.. is hero for a months stay with her bis the county, will move to town and oc pince he announces he will locate per- Now all the swelling la gone out of my m ter. Mrs. W. II. Ward. mantly in Luncaster. Wo predict a cupy rooms at the Simpson House. limbs and the pains have all left me. splendid practice for him as he is well Mr. and Mrs. Ed Price were in Mad Miss Ilessie Holtzelaw of Stanford Repairing clothes is a knackish pur- People can say what they please, or equipped, having graduated from the ison county for short stay with Mr, was the week-en- d guest of her mother, Louisville Medical Ccllegn and the Jef suit, so let Kirk the tailor repair them think what they please, but I am here and Mrs. George Ballew. to say Dakota Jack's Indian Herbs are Mrs. Anna Bailey at the Gullev House. ferson Medical School of Penn. For Phone 7G: a wonder. I would not take $104. for Mrs. Win. Burnett of Shelbyvllle Miss Elizabeth Estes, n popular yourg the last two years he has been house what they have done for me. I know visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. book-keepof Waco, has been the surgeon at the Kings Co. Hospital, they have cured me, as I have taken Thorn Arnold nenr Lancaster. attractive guest of her aunt. Miss Mat-ti- e Brookly,-- N. Y. To his medical knowA. II. Bastin & Son. nothing but them. Boys, if you havo tf. Mt. and Mrs. Thomas J. Cherry, and ledge he adds a pleasing personality. Estes. rheumatism, take my advice take Miss John KVa Hilton of Crab Orchard We sterilize vuur clothes while press Dakota Miss I'atsv Anderson of the Rich Jack's Indian Remedy and get were recent guests cf MrsK II Uatson mond Normal was uown Ing them, killing all disease carrying rid of them. for a short germs. Kirk the Kleaner. Misses lua una Uora Hurt, who Hie stay with her mother, Mrs. S. II, "MARTIN LEONARD. teaching nea town, visited their hpme nderson. RETURN. "No. 841 State St., Bristol. Va." TO Coal, Coal . . folks at Lowell last Satutday and Sun Headquarters for all of Dakota JacK's 11 itirs. n. a. 1 rice was nostesn on The near completion to the repairs Lay in your coai while it is cheap. Indian Remedies. day. Where you get a Tuesday to a most inviting 12 o'clock nn the court house brings gladness to We sell Red Ash Jellico and Red Com- bottle ot DAKOTA JACK'S, COWBOY Mr. and Mrs. Thomos M. Wilson of dinner. The invited guests included our hearts because it means the early et Block, Straight Creek and Ideal Jel- LINIMENT FREE with every $1,00 Howling Green are guests of Mrs. only relatives. Town lico round. Special price this month. return of an old fnend-t- he 45 days treatment. Wilson'a parents, Mr. and Mm. J. It. Mrs. J. C. Robinson left Tuesday for Clock. Those of us who have been ac- tf. H. B. NorthcotU Mount. J. E. STORMES DRUG STORE. customed to look into its smiling face a visit to her sisters, Mesdames Wm. McROBERTS DRUG STORE R. since our infancy have missed It sadly, For Reel 1916. Mr. and Mrs. O. U. Terrill of Flem- Jones of Winchester and Charles LANCASTER. KY. nnd will venture to Bay that there is ing. Kv., cano last week to visit Mrs. Richardson of Lexington. My property on Danville street, good not an inhabitant ot Lancaster who BOONE SANDERS General 'store, TerriH'a parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Reverend J. W. Heaglc. wife and has not looked up to where the clock house, tobacco barn, about 8 acres of HUBBLE. KY. Adams. daughter. Miss Mabel Beagle of should be at least fifty times every day land. Modern slaughter house. Mr. and Mrs, It. K. Hughes, and lit- Hustonvillo were recent guests Miss Emma Elkin. of Mr. since it was taken down.. Soma of us tle Miss Margaret Elkin Hugh? of and Mrs. J. F. Holtzelaw. VOTE FOR TOM BALLARD. since its enforced Idleness have only Money To Loan. Louisville are here for a visit with known the time of the day by the com Mm. Joe Burnside was call to For Sheriff relatives. iloney in sums of $2,000, or over at Covington last 'week by tho serious ing of darkness. W were always ac Mrs. W. H. Ward, and niece, little To the voters of Garrard County customed to set our watches and clocks 5 per cent to loan on farming land in illness of her little grand-daughte- r. Josephliino Uaney were week-en- d Garrard County. Write or phone, is generally known that the late by it, what matter if it was from Betsy Margaret McRoberts. , guests or Mr. and Mrs. Joo Arnold in E. D. Pennington. Curt A. Robinson was elected sheriff to twenty minutes dilferent from Richmond. Miss Florence Johnson who is o of Garrard county by one of the largest Stanford. Kv. railroad time" we curried "town majorities ever given any man, and Mrs. Elizabeth Denny anaVniece, Miss lucent again this year at Stetson I time" any way, and wt, will bu deWell Drilling. that George T. Ballard Jr , was hit n imetliing Belle Denny of Stanfoid, ,wero guests University, Deland, Fla., is winning lighted when we may huv 1 am prepared to drill Wells and at chief deputy, George T. Ballard Sr., besides the sun to depend unon to no' ify for several days at the Seelback in quite a reputation as a scholar. any depth. Prices reasonable. Writo his'father, being a partner with Mr. Louisville. Friends andrelatives of Mr. and Mrs. us when day merges int night. or phone me. II. P, Conn, Paint Lick. Robinson in the emoluments or fees of George McRoberts, of Covington, will ! Miss Van Greenleaf of Richmond was the ollice. If Mr, Ballard is elected the recent guest of her aunt, Mrs. be delighted to learn that their little years, yet remaining of the daughter, Betsy Margaret, who has Don't fail to hear the famous J. A. for the two Emma G. KaulTman and daughter, Miss term, he is pledged, and Justly, so, to been very ill is now nut of danger. Coburn Minstrel Band on the streets, K rankle Kautfman. give the. widow of Mr. Robinson half Saturday afternoon Oct. Oth. Tho following unlucky, disappointed i the profits or fees of the ollice, which Miss Hannah Aldridgu has returned as certainly belong to her as any pro to her home In Stanford ufter-- visit of fisherman havo returned from their Wanted. outing on Cumberland river. Reverend perty he left her, The truth Ij, an ofseveral weeks with Mr. rnd Mrs. J. 1000 bushels hickory nuts, 1000 fice Is a most sacred property right, be-lu- g Rockwell Smith, J. M. Farra. R. L. Raymond Haseldcn. . bushels chestnuts, H'OO bushels walElkin, Fred P. Frlsbleand F. S. Hughes bestowed by the people, tho high- Mrs. Frailer Hurt and blight little nuts, 1000 bushels hemp sed and ten ,U authority, and It would be thd gros Miss Elizabeth Gibbs the attractive son, Frazler Jr., and Mrs. Sallio Ross cars of hay. Ilallv & Moss. sest Injustice to deprive the holders of,' Lawson wero recent visitors of Mrs. L. young daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Luther such property of their rights. 1( Is 1- -2 1- -2 perct-Money- -5 Gibbs who is at Sayre College, Lexing- -' IS. Hilton 3f Stanford. per ct. not believed that the voters of Garrard ton was quite taking In a good costume Mesdames Wm. II. Mason and Win, county will overlook the principles of 5 -- -- Years 5 as a ghost at a recent masquerade held , It. Cook accompanied Mr. and Mrs, justice and equity in this race. If the tne school. at Loans made on real estate. If you ol!ke belonged to Robinson j Roy Asa Haynes to their home in Hills-bor- o and Ballard need cheaper money on long time, see Ohio, and will be their guests for Mrs. William Garrigue, who has been before Mr. Robinson's death, the me about it. a few days. spending about two weaka with her of tho tenn belongs to Ballard G. li. Swinebroad, Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Aldridge and sister in Tryon. N. C, wjll accompany Lancaster. Ky. and Mr. Robinson's widow. If the voters will calmly consider children of La Trior, Texas have . re- her iiiQtherfram that place to Newj this, as a matter of right and justice, For Sale. turned to their old home lu Kentucky iorK wity, wnere sno win remain ror thay will not recall or revoke what they and are guests of Mr,, and Mrs. Ray- ten days. Sawmill with One double Gaar-Sco- tt have done, and Tom Ballard will be mond Haselden. &G Inch Inserted tooth saw. 30 and Tht. Friends of Mrs. Dora Wheeler, Miss elected by an overwhelming majority. V. Read, of Oakland City, Ind. The C. W. li, M. ancillary met Wed- Jennie Wheeler and Mr. Joe Wheeler, Prof. James aws are, new. One IS II. P, Gelsor Adv. Fair Play. nesday afternoon. Mrs. W, A Price all of whom have been suffering with This talented singer and musician sawmill engine on wheels, In A 1 shape led the meeting and some Interesting typhoid fever at their home at Nina, will have charge of muilo during the carrying 1.26 11) pressure. Wilt sell on Highest test timothy, clover, Ky. Blue Grass and orchard grass seed. I talks and appreciate songs added to will be gratified to know that they are revival which will begin at tho Meth- terms to suit customer. Leslie T. Bradshaw. the devotional exercises. Hudeon, Hughes & Farnr rapidly recovering. odist church next Monday night. Dr. J J. I'ursley is in Glasgow visit to friends. l Tonight J SHINGLES. old friIdTooF nr. a 5 Page 6 KIPLING The Central Record, Thursday Oct 7 1915. TELLS OF BY MOUNTAIN GERMAN TOP ! STRIPPED ARTILLERY i In the lanea The cowbells try had been fought over as llerccly While tajtlcaba anil cars go by; as Yprcs in tbo west nor what blood A station near with frequent trains; Neat restaurants ami open sky. bad gone down the valleys tieforc bis I HIS RAPID GROWTH FATAL CAUGHT IN A HURRICANE. trenches were pushed over the scnlpcd An nrplc tree 'nrath which to alt It In mountain tup. No. he stretched out c.sary, or sometimes six We present telow the fifth of And view the truffle In the street. ragged tpllntcis it bushy tops lilts new endeavors In enrth nnd stones and articles from the pen of Rudyard And movies on a screen to tilt Kipling, under the oentrjl title ot While breeses blew from oft the wheat. "High School or the Undertakers," He of cloth not French showed too In the trees for tho comfort of his men on Captain Doothe Sought Life Preserver Said, and His Nurses Smiled FamiFrance at War on the Frontier of uneven Hoc of debris nt the trench tl. that populous mountain, and there ' For Fireman and Waa Only Or.a Lost. A brook tu croon, a band to snort; describing the Inr Civilisation," Eiplalns Death as ly Phyielclan and some thoughtful soul had marked came a priest who was a sublieutenant Bermudian Alto Oringa In Thirty. The city sights, a country view; pressions of a vitit to the fighting Hemorrhage of All Doy's Ornans and an unexpected bochc trench nvecierna out of a wood ot snuff brown shadows A rural urban homo. In short. three Survivors of Wreck In line In France. t think rt place like that would do. It was n young and halt relied trunks. not to le touched. Dlood Turning to Water. I Ocean. By RUDYARD KIPLING. Town Topics. lawyer from Paris who pointed that Would it please me to look at a chapICoryrUht. mi. by Hie Bun Printing and out to me. The Joy and delight of Ids uursca at el? It was all open to tbo hillside, The Quebec liner Ilcrmudlun arrived rvMlilitns association.) the Homeopathic hospital In Nowark. most tenderly and devoutly done in In New York from Ucrtnuda with sixty GERMAN SOLDIERS BUSY Devastation Everywhere. early In the morning I met roial N. J who took bis death ns a rustic work with recdings of peeled passailors among of Hilton MAKING WINTER WEAR. bereavement, at VEIIY llrcck with a half healed anWe met the colonel ruin,the headsun- - branches and panels ot moss and shipwrecked brought the storyher how The undersigned hereby ipve warn sengers nnd of full of indescribable pit of tcrno ncross the bridge Warreu Chalmers lay cold and lifeless ing to thatch fit. Hubert's own shrine. I all persons not to trespass upon of his Dve und un Alpine cap shine, whoce steps ran down a very saw the hunters who passed before it Captain Ernest lloothe of the British ! on tho day when he counted on liegln-ulnThousands of 8hoes and 8uits cf Cloth' over one ear. Ills people n few hun- steep hillside under the lee of an , ,hc cha,e 0 tho his second year In the Newark our lands for any purpose whatever as ,Mo of steamship rollokshlcld. caught off the far Ing Turned Out Oally. dred years ago had been Scotch, lie most vertically plunging parapet. To; ,ne mounton whcro thc,r High school. I'orVeeks ho bnd wou we will prorcute all offenders to ful Bermudian coast In n hurricane nnd lny. law bore n Scotch imme and atlil recognlz-ethe left of that parapet the whole the hearts of tho Iieremed nurses by lst extent of Hunters and. AIfln nniQl me off to tea tho same fog, ran his vessel ashore bead-oand the head of hN clan, but tils French side wns one gruel of smashed trees, Leipzig Is busily engaged lu prepar his patience, his optimism nnd bit wit, Fishermen eipecially take notice. toing , tt ,own whero ha sccmod to sacrificed his life while trying to Inoccasionally ran Into (icrmnn words, split stones nnd powdered soil. bad said, Ed & N II Trice It know everybody. Ho had spent the Ing winter clothing for German sol and only the day before he It. U Eikln might hate been n ragpicker's dump afternoon on nnother mountain top In- sure the safety of one of bis crew. diers. Iteforo the war began the mili "Well, if I don't return to High school W. It, Cook. for he was Aleutian on one Hide. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. "This," he explained. "Is the very heap on a colos.il scale. Alan looked specting gun positions whereby ho had This story has udded Interest liecuuso tary outfitting business there was eas- on the opening day It's up to the un- H. 0. Arnold. James G. Conn. lest country In the world to light lu..' at it crltlcnlly. I think ho had helped been shelled "a little mnrmlte." Is tho rollokshlcld was, up to tho out- ily taken care of by a small plant Just dertakers!" C. Morgan. J. I', tltand.' break of the war, the It Is plcturesoue and full of cover. make It nut long before. "Ono of his Jokes," said the nurses, J. outside tho city, employing not more slang for It and be had spotted a J. 11. and W. S. Weaver liner Gmccla. plying between New than 250 men. The few wooden build- but it was mure prophecy than Joke. I'm n gunner. He been here for "We nre on tho top of the hill now. bocbe position which was marmltable. We will add other name for 25 cents months. It's Ioely." nnd tho lioches lire liclow," mild he. York und West Indian and Central ings of the plant have been ndded to Men of the medical profession will "And wo may get shelled now," he cash. It might bnve been the hills tinder "We gave them a very fair sickener added hopefully. 'They shell this town American iorts. they now cover acres of ground, undoubtedly study the case of the until Mussoorlc, nnd what our cars expect lately." TbcGraecla sllpcd out of New York where some 1,000 men and women are whoso rapid growth was the cause of whenever they think of It Pcrlinps ed to do in It I could not understand, "This." said the colonel. "Is the front they'll shell us nt tea." harbor with u cargo of coal fur tho employed. The output has Increased his death. The family physician exbut our demon driver, who had been a line." to 3,000 shoes, 3,000 coats and several plains tho death ns hemorrhage of alt It wns a quaintly beautiful llttio German cruiser Karlsruhe, was road racer, took the seventy horsepowThere were overhead guards agnlnsl placo with Its mixture of Trench and by the British, taken tu Gibralthousands of pairs of trouicrs a day. the boy's organs ilnd blood turning to er Mercedes nnd threaded the narrow hand bombs, which disposed me tu be- German Ideas, Its old brldgo Most of the men employees are of water. He admits that the case, though and gentlo tar and sold. Her name was changed uncommon valleys as well ns occasional half Swiss lieve him, but what convinced mo most minded river between cultivated hills. to tho rollokshleld. nud she was used military age and capacity. They wear not unknown, is a rare and Tillages full of Alpine troops at n re- wns a corporal urging us In whispers fatigue uniforms und live under mili- one. The sandbagged cellar doors, tho ruin- by the admiralty as a supply ship. strained thirty miles an hour. He shot not to talk no load. The men were nt ed houses nnd the holes In the paveMother Greatly Dareaved. tary control In wooden bnrracks adHad Cargo of Explosives. up n new made road more like dinner, nnd n good smell of food filled ment looked ns unreal ns violence of a Ken-- of them but Mrs. Chalmers of 35 Ellott place. Tbo rollokshlcld. with n crew ot joining the plnut than ever nnd did not fall down the trench. This was the first smell I cinema against that soft nnd simple thirty-twmen. left Cardiff. Wales, for could on a few hours notice mow out East Orange, while seeking to avoid the hillside even once. An ammuni- had encountered In niy long travels up setting. Bermuda un Aug. IE! with a cargo ot to the fighting front nnd excliange publicity nt audi an unfortunate time. tion mule of it Mountain battery met hill a mixed, entirely wholesome flaneedles nnd tools for rifles. Simply was so completely carried away by her tu shells and guniiowdcr. Bursting Shells Are Warnings. him nt a tight corner and began to vor of stew, leather, earth nnd rllle oil, she encountered the great gulf hur- they arc more valuable as tailors and bcreavemeut that she eagerly narrated climb a tree. A proportion of men were standing to The people were abroad In the streets, ricane and fought wind, fog und seas shoemakers than as Infantrymen or ar- many Instances connected with her "There isn't another place In franco arms while others ntc, but dinner time and the little children were playing. A for five days. Captain lloothe bad tillerymen. Should be Engraved or son's life, ns though It tended to bring where that could happen." said Alan. is slack time even ninotig iinlmnls. and big shell gives notice enough for one It has been reported that Germany is the departed spirit closer to her. as lost his bearings when ut 8 o'clock in Embossed powadays. tell you this is n magnificent coun- It was close to noon. "I to get shelter If shelter Is near enough. the morning of Sept 7 the fog lifted short of leather and that Its supplies she began hysterically try." "Last leccmbcr I first not lord that That appears to be as much as any one and ho found himself almost ashore on of cotton and woolen goods are not as It reflects good taste and Boches Get Their Soup. The mule was hauled down by his 4 expects In a world where one Is shelled, Elba beach on the south coast of Iter- - I large as they should be, but there Is Warren was growing weak aisl lantall after he had reached the lower of nrtlciiatlng in bis "The boches got their soup a few and that world had settled down to it muda. j no Indication ot It at the Udpxlg plant guid Instead ftat once creates a favorable branches and went on through the days ago," some one whispered. Leipzig I but one of n large number of athletic games as he had previously Ho tried' In valu to get his vessel The people's Hps are a little firmer, the impression. woods, his ammunition boxes Jinking He seemed always tired, but I thought ot pulverized hillside and modeling of tho brows Is a little more away from the reefs, but the gale was I German cities that bnve had to adapt done. on bis back for all the world as if he hoped It bad been hot enough. too strong. Nothing remained to be themselves to nrmy needs, t assel, for untn two weeks before bis death I did pronounced, and mnybo there Is a Suppose you come and see were rejoining his battery at Jutogh-- i We edged along the still trench chango In the expression of the eyes. dono but run nshore. Captain Itootho Instance, baa turned over Its huge, new not believe his condition to bo serious. One expected to meet tho little hill where the soldiers stared with Justi"Then we found It necessary to jilace the many beautiful samples uut nothing that tho casual afternoon ordered the fires banked, called all the and expensive public hnll and gatlier-Inpeople bent under their load under fied contempt. I men up from below and assembled place to tbo,maklng of clothing for him In Dr. Cook's hands, who took him thought, upon the caller need particularly notice. 1 underwent an opto the Ixiapltal. we have and get our prices. gloom. The light, the color, civilian who scuttled through their life the forest The house where wo took tea was them on deck, tied down hut whlstlo the army, nnd In thu rooms that once the smell of wood smoke, pine needles, for a few emotional minutes In order the big house ot the place, old and cord and bended his ship fur the coral were tho scenes of banquets, fiances eration In order that my blood might TM12 .wet earth and warm mule were all to make words out of their blood. It massive, a treasure house of ancient shore and merrymaking there today are plied be transfused into his, and my mother Himalayas. Only the Mercedes was reminded me of coming In late to a furniture. It had everything The Journey was not a long one. and thousands upon thousands of uniforms, also gave her blood In an effort to that the violently and loudly n stronger. the rollokshlcld soon struck, tmrying and In its corridors hundreds ot so. save my boy's life, but all to no purplay and Incommoding the long line heart of moderate man could desire-gardpose." of packed stalls. Tbo whispered dia garages, outbuildings and tho her nose in a great smother of wares dlers sit cross legged on tables, busily Hear the German Positions. And the slight, tlark balml mother logue was much the same. air of peace that goes with beauty in beating over the reefs. She lieachcd sewing. broke down as she continued: "We -"Haiti" said Alan at last, when she raraon; l beg your pardon, mon- ice. It stood over a high cellarage. herself In such a way that she rested were so proud of Warren! While at bad done everything except Imitate the slcur. To the rtclir. innnstpnr If mm and opposite the cellar PEACHES GIVEN AWAY FREE. ,D. door the hospital be was always cheerful mule. I sleur will lntrpr hi. liomt n .mmi Kn "tJI e blPn to break In two Just forward ,,f h.ln Ihsm and optimistic, and he continually of the mainmast .me ioou continues, sum me uemon I from here, monsieur. Doctor's Offer Heads Friends He Never pointed to my picture, saying between timbers. In exdriver seductively. Captain Givea Up Hia Life. Counted Toward Orchard. lt was their day and night long busi planation. 'My sweetheart? He was Tea Daring Bombardment. "les, but they will hear you If you ness, carried through without display Chptaln Hootbe discovered that one "Come on in: the peaches are fine! the youngest member of the Junior go on. Stop and wait We've a moun- or heat or doubt or Indecision. The cellar was a hospital with its of bis firemen did not hare a life pre- Pick 'emr Mechanics In the state of New Jersey, tain battery to look at" Those off duty not five feet behind beds and stores, and under server. The fireman said he had not This Invitation was extended by Dr. They were not nt work for a mo- in the dugout wore deep In their pa- tight the orderly waited, the electric been able to find one. The captain 8. C O. Watklns of Wyatebede lodge. was a choir boy In Christ church and ready for belonged to the boy scouts. His sole ment, and the commander, a grim, pers or their meals or their letters, cases to be carried down out of the , started aft for a preserver Just as the North Caldwell. N. J.. to all his friends ambition ernterrd on civil engineering forceful man, showed me some details while death stood ready every mlnnte streets. Trua Scheiale At Lucasttr, Sr. ship broke in two, and the last bis and acquaintances. The doctor has a and be had repeo'edly stated, 'Mamof their construction. When wo left to drop down Into the narrow cut from "Yes, they ore all civil cases." said men saw ot blm be was being carried big orchard, and after gathering all tbo ma, I shall never marry while you them in their bower It looked like a out of the narrow strip of unconcerned be. "They come without much warn- away on the crest of a wave. ARRIVE. fruit be needed fur his own use be did tire, aaI Intend to take rare of you hin priest's wayside shrine. We heard sky. ing a woman gashed by falling timThe rear end of the ship slipped off the neighborly thing. and see that you hare a trip around No 10;6.-ttl- . m. them singing through the steep, deber, a child with Its temple crushed into deep water, and much of the cargo The rrsKitise was something marvel- tb world.' The Germans In Sight. scending pines. They. too. like tho by a flying stone, an urgent amputa fell out into the sea. The thirty-twous. Dr. Watklns never realized now To Maysville, connecting at Itlchmoni Gave Flows to Others. And for the better part of n week tion case, and so on, "75" men, seem to have no pet name One never survivors were taken off after thirty many of his friends owned automo"While at the hospital be asked me with Li & N to Frankfort & Louitvllle; one bad skirted miles of such a frieze. knows." In service. biles, wagons, pushcarts and the like hours by Antonio Marshcll. n at Winchester with C &. O to Lexingto take the flowers his numerous It wns n poisonously blind country. Tho loopholes not In use were plugged Bombardment tbo boche textbooks fisherman, who manipulated a until he saw tbv steady line of vehicles friends had sent him to the children ton & Frankfort Mount Sterling A The woods blocked all sense of direc- rather like old fashioned hives. Said say. Is designed to terrify the civil pop- whalebont through the surf und got It beading through hU gates. who had received none, and when t Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. tion. Atiore and around the ground tho colonel, removing a plug: ulation so that they may put pressure alongside the stranded bulk. Tbo peaches were unusually good and remonstrated be Insisted until I was at any angle you please, and all "nere are the bocbes. Ixk and on their politicians to conclude a pence. Five of the survivors of the rollok- unusually large. The pqiches grown by forced to comply with his wishes." was No 71; 8:33 a, m. sounds were spilt up and muddled by you'll see their sandbags." In real life men are very rarely sooth- shleld remained In Ilennnda to work Dr. Watklns ore or the Morris White Warren's brother. Miner, n tlmM Through the Jumble of riven trees ed by the sight of their women being at recovering such of the shelN as rc- - variety, fiarticularly tasteful. Tho visthe tree trunks, which acted as siTo Rowland & Stanford connecting youth of fourteen years, who stands lencers. High nbore us the respectaand stones one saw what might have tortured. at Rowland, L & N to all points South main In the wreck. The others will re- itors carried away more than 200 bushble, all concealing forest had turned been a bit of green sacking. We took tea in the house upstairs main In New York a few days and els, and the orchard was practically de- - five feet nine aud u half Inches In height, shyly Interrupted: No 28; 11:01a.m. Into sparse, ghastly bluo sticks of tim"They're alout seven meters dis- with a propriety and an interchange of then start for England. j pletcd when they departed. "Warren and I were always the Iwwt ; 10 Ulchmond, with L4 beran assembly of leper trees around tant here," the colonel went on. That compliments that suited the little ocBesides the survivors of the rollokof friends, and wo played baseball, N to Irvine & Heattj vllle, Lexington a bald mountain top. was true too. casion. There was no attempt to dis- shleld, the Bermudian brought thirty-thrc- o THREE LEGGED PULLET. football and everything. I was jut We entered a little fortallce with a guise the existence of the bombard"Thnt's where we're going," said Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxvitle. survivors of the wreck lu entering high school this year, we Alan. "Isn't It nn adorable country?" cannon in It In nn embrasure, which ment but it wns not allowed to on Aug. 15 of the Italian Extra Claw Aids Chicken to Mske had expected to go together." and No 70; Iiaoa. m. talk of lighter matters. I know steamship rurlflcnzlone. bound from at that moment struck me as unnecesRecord In Digging Worms. Hut probably the one who feel the Shots Are Exchanged. To Richmond, connecting with fast sarily vast, even though it was partly one guest who sat through It as near Gcnon to Norfolk, Va. Tho captain W. Pierce Is pointing with con- - loss greatest Is tbo youngest metntwr A. train to Cincinnati. A machine gun loosed n few shots In closed by a frail pncklng case lid. The as might be Inarticulate with wonder, and crew of tho I'tirlflcnzlono abanfamlly-Uv- e-j pride a three legged barred Madeline, the fumbling stylo of her kind when colonel sat him down In front of It and but he wns English, and when Alan doned her several hours before she slderable I lockto nutlet which he ba of the Inm No 27; p. m. l'lvmoutb In iln Liiulnm hm ' illtil they feel for an opening. A couple of explained the theory of this sort of asked him whether he had enjoyed ,,u ,,v, r,i ul, Uevtiiiii on uis poultry rarm near ten class, and who INplngly said To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon himself be said. "Oh. yes. tlmnk you. u rtflo shots answered. They might have redoubt wnr v) luu ihiiuu i veronu,. J. now it nappenwi riorco "God has taken Warren away to be ii & Bowline been half a mllo away or a hundred "By the way," he said to a gunner very mucn.1 steamship Cayo Gitmano. which took ian't sure, but he knows tho father to an angel, but If nm a good girl and g Junction toJCIiiabethtown "Nice people, areu't they?" Alan Green, and at Ilardstown Junction to yards below. at last, "can't you find something betthem to llermndn, tttDner. having been chased to school he will send me another Barditown & Springfield, An adorable country! We climbed tcr than that! I think lt' mi tifhr - went on. out of the garden patch some hundred brother, so I will tiavt two again." ( '0l1, rerj" and such good ten." up till we found once again a complete Ho twitched the lid aside. "Get a log times lust MCIU j No 9; 8:42 p. m. tea garden: little sunk bouses almost of wood or something." "e managed to convey a few' of his SFFk" WhMFQ ng HCTIDCn iiu-i- i. i ofTjJU jmiirt spring. mouths old. Is now four To Stanford, connecting with fait NEW USE FOR MOTORCAR. Invisible lu the brown pink recesses of I loved that colonel. He knew bl3 len,ta,,nt to Alan uftcr dinner, as large as Its brothers and sis" vbat vls couI'1 tuo 'I,Iu haT0 Navy Wants to Register All Available twice train to Bristol ft Atlanta. the thick forest. Here the trendies men, and ho knew the bocbes Imd them ters, Ulng ii hie to turn up oO er cent Supernumerary Officers. began, nnd with them for tho next few marked down llko birds. When ho said doDel" ,,M hft "Ttlt'-- "ro French." more wormn hi a given time' with Its Fitted Up ae Dathrooms For the EuroAa a part of tho program of prehours life In two dimensions length they were beside dead trees or behind pean Soldiers at the Front. Is greatly .Mr. paredness for wur. the navy depart- extra claw. having I'lerce boulders sure enough, there they were; and breadth. INVISIBLE FISHING LINES. War has shown n numtier of uies for pleased with three drumsticks You could have eaten your dinner but, as I have said, dinner hour Is al- ment has Instituted, through the bu- grow wbvru only . two grew liefore and the motor vehicle little dreamed ot In almost anywhere off the swept dry ways slack, and even when wo came Japanese Have New Process Which reau of navigation, mi luipilry regardtimes of peace. The latest develop Is working over a system of mating ing the commissioned penouuel on the cround, for steep slopes favored drain- to n place whero a section of trench Ham Proved Sueesaaf ut. which will now give him u threo or I ment in connection with nwelmidrnl ing. There was no lack of timber, and had been bashed open by trench sweeptransport as a motor bathroom built The depnrtmeut of commerce at naval retired list to uncertain bow even four legged fowl for table use. there was unlimited labor. It bad made ers and It was recommended to duck Washington has received n collection many retired olUrers would lie avail-ablfor the St John Ambulnnco associa in time of need either to take nothing much happened. neat, double length dugouts, where tho and hurry Largo canvases to tion or London. ,of fishing lines Illustrating thu Ingenu- dnty on or In navy yards and MAPLES TO MARK GRAVES. form two tent bathrooms are rolled up wounded could be laid during thelr wurshls ity of the Japanese siKirtliig goods Stillness Beally Uncanny. stations. Tho Inquiry Includes tho repassage down thu mountainside; well under shelves on each slilo of tho Iwdy manufacturers. They are of tho "Intended occasional latrines, properly The uncanny thing was the nbsenco visible" sort and tho makers assert tired officers of the Marine corps as Ernblem of Canada to M.morallie Her and tent' poles nnd other accessories are Ky. Gallant Soldiers. lined dugouts for sleeping und eating, of movement in the boche trenches. that they have proved very successful. well ns of the navy. carried on the roof. The size of these How to u.ftrk permanently the restHereafter the bureau of navigation one Imagined that one They are made of a very line silk, overhead protections and tool sheds Bometlmcs bathrooms Is about 8 by 10 feet, nnd where needed and, as one came nearer smelt strange tobacco or beard a rifle boiled lu n preparation of oil and glue will keep two lists of officers available ing places of .the thousands of Cana- there, nre six baths each. the working fuce, very clever cellars bolt working after a shot; otherwise and calendered under heavy pressure. for duty In time of war. On ono list dian soldiers who have fallen In FlanIn the car are two circulating tell they were as still us u pig nt noonday. to protect against trench sweepers. They ure called the tegusu lines, nnd will appear the names of those of tho ders and In franco is a mutter to which ers, wmcn supply hot water at ubout No. 10 Cincinnati Express, Hat, n.nl on the other the names the eople of the Dominion are giving two gallons a minute to taps We held on through the maze, past tho silk of which they ure made Is active Men passed on their business a from dally 4:30 a.m squad with a captured machine gun. trench sweepers of handy, light pat from wild cocoons found In the moun of those who have been retired. It U considerable thought which tbo wuter is to tbo baths No. 4 Spe. rroin a member of the Overseas club by means of a hoso taken understood that this classlflcntion does which they tested in a sheltered dip; tern, with their screw tailed charge nil tains. ple. The boilers suggestion that, since cial, dally , . .,..0:03 a.m. armorers at their benches busy with ready and n grave or so, nnd when I are heated by paraffin vapor supplied These lines are believed by thu Jai not apply to those officers who bavo comes the happyIs ' the maple leaf tho emblem of Canpressure, nnd the parntlin Is No. 28 Blue Grass Special, sick rllles, fatlguo parties for straw ra- catno on men who merely stood within auese makers to bo tho strongest nnd been retired fornge. The lnn,n!ry-gomaple trees bo planted over tbo under easy reach of their rifles I know I was most successful ever devised to use for out to olllcera who have retired volun- ada, dally except a.m. tions and ammunition, long processions Isolated graves and nlong the roads stored In, a fifty gallon tank, which No. 14 of single blue figures turned sideways In the second Hue. When they lay large, gamy fish. Secretary I led field tarily, who hnvo been "plucked," or leading to can bo refilled by means of a hand Carolina Special. has albetween brown, sunless walls. One frankly at ease lu their dugouts I knew examined the collection with great t who have been retired for some physi- ready sent the cemeteries. He France pump and hose. Inside the car are dally 7:00 a.m millions of seeds to was the third. A shotgun would iterest and expressed regret that ho had cal disability which might not stand understood after nwblle the nightmare store cupboards nnd shelves, with a No. 0 Local Express, dally 1:35 p.m. is to seud more. not seen them a month ago, when they in tho way of performing some special aud largo fumigating cupboard capable of No. that lays bold of trench stale men un- bavo sprlnklo l oil three. Tho sriecies chosen is the sugar maLimited, line ot duty required somewhere In "No Hat plains," said Alan; "no bunt- - , solgbt bare to him more e (Tetil tho dreamer, watching seemingly ple, and so France In time will have a holding twenty suits of clothes. Tho dally 5:20 p.m. tho naval establishment in time of hos The bills are lively, forever in thoso blind mazes, II mis him- eing for gun positions. latter are cleaned and disinfected by No. 12 Royal beautiful memorial of the aliens who Palm, dally.. 6:37 p.m. Ulltles. vapor rising from a tank containing self after agonizing centuries outugaln full of them and trenches close togeth- garo their lives for her. His Conscience Relieved. In thu while blaze and horror of the tr and commanding each other. You I water and chemicals. Champion 8norer Here. Conscience fund increased tZOO by Express. country it Is." lee what a mined front. The motor bathrooms can be carried No. 6 L o c a Government a "Tipper." His snoring disturbed tbo peace of The colonel confirmed this, but from Maine woman, who writes Washing-mothedaily There Were no trees above us uow. 11:05 a.m. Uncle Sam has "O. K.'d" tips by al- on any twenty to thirty horsepower point of view wnr was hi Ion she smuggled lu clothes, duty, on Far Ilockaway, so carpenter wa held lowing S5 ifflclal pall as tips to steam- chassis nnd not a very long wheel base No. 11 Royal Palm, dally.U:20 a.m. Their trunks lay nloug the edge of the In $500 ball, and he was only taking H required. - badness, as the still woods could lea-- wbkh was J7, twenty years ngo. trench, built In Willi stones where necNo. 1 New Orleans Lim ship stewnnls. nap) ited, dally 11:35 a.m. No. 13 Carolina Special, dally . , ........10:15 p.m. No. 8 Spe A. cial, dally . . .,,11:35 p.m. I Smashed Trees, Split Stones and Powdered Soil on Alsatian Heights. Villagers, Not Warned of BomCalmly bardment, Take trry. Hut Ills hobby vroTlils tranches. Ho had tnpped mountain streams and dug out o laundry where a man could wash his shirt and go up nnd lie killed la It all In n morning, had drained trenches so muddy that to atrelch In them was an offense, nnd nt the bottom of the hill It looked like n hydropathic establishment on the singe. Itc had created tuiths where n half battalion nt n time could wash. GIVES LIFE FOR ONE OF HIS GREW Survivors Tell of Thrilling The Right Place j DEATH BED JOKE OF BOY OPTIMIST Rare Disease Youth, loBiilr Couil Days. Hlchmontl, The Meal Disco to live irouM be A farm with meadows stretching wide. Anil riant nest Joor n grocery, And luiVry on the other aide. A Their Tea as Shells Burst. Didn't Tell of Fast Battles. lie never told mc how all that coun- With nil the latest comedies. And next to that a grandstand, say. ringing- - theater across the way. Caused End of Wreck on Oermudian Ccast. Where one could watch ten Inning Ilea. Sixteen Years, 1'arli, lit. Monday, Frankfort, lit, Monday. Harrodeburir, 1st Monday. IJtlnRton, 2nd. Monday, Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Shelbyvllle, 2nd. Monday. Csrliilo, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monds;, Lawrrneeburg, 3rd. Monday Nlcliolhsvllle, 3rt. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday Winchester, 4ih. Monday. Montlcello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. lit. Monday. ' sixteeii-ycnr-ol- POSTED t- g ol-- 1 d - Unmburg-Amer-Icn- ly cap-tcre- d Mus-soorl- e o c Personal Stationery J g ens, Central Record. ' L.&N o I'ortu-gues- o connt-ctlni- over-weig- h enr-ol- I . I ne I ' J Time Table. Danville, North-boun- o Southern Rail Road. es Sun-.0:- 08 In-I- npix-nle- South-boun1 The Central Record J. 51.00 Per Year In Advance. Lancaster, Kentucky. COBDRN'S GREATER MINSTRELS Romans Opera House. NEXT SATURDAY, OCT. 9th. Band Concert on street Saturday Afternpon. That is what a lot of people tell oti Usually their bcwc4a only need cteanskf. "I Don't Feel Good" .' Jaffarson "School w aud lesr aa. ftllaUtM, iattTMUsJ, will do tho triek and make you feel fiaa. We know thia positively. Taio oaa toiigut. Sold only by uj, 10 csata. . R. E. McRobtrts . 111k. laaf aombM IK L S. Jaa. 1. htuaf M f M Un ll AcMtUfwrUM4elM'i lf h)lp Hurt. TltUa Ssfl SWlt lfAU.re(IltKaWUlfttft4 I MaVliKMn of 1114 bwHvts Tlveiatt!awMa rWf Ut sWm. writ JUrd rsaLLJI. mm mm mm k.hii svy, Ltwiiu, Law. No. 9 turn tmcum, k. cial, dally 11:52 p.m. Grass Spe- cial, dally except Sunday, arrives- - 8:15 p.m. For rates, routes and Information call upon or address M. J. Coughlin, agent; 'phono 346. No. 27 Blue Florida Spe The Central Record, Thursday Oct 7 1915. PREACIIERSVILLE MARKSBURY STANFORD Miss I.ula Cooper has been ill several . days. Mr. snd Mr, Walter O. Smith have returned from a visit In liuisville. Mn. Joseph Coffey, who bus beetii lick for some time, Is slowly Improving i Miss Minnie Woods was in Lancaster last week the guest of Miss Julia Mrs, W, L McCarty was In Louis ville Inst week consulting an eve George Klaer, of Winchester, Is here the guest of his friend, Miss Anna Warren. Mrs. R. II. Ilronaugh of Crab Or chard, was the guest of Mrs. A. S. Price Ust week. Mr. and Mrs. '15105 In st c News Children Cry for Fletcher's I Tlio Kind You Hiiro Alwnys Bonght, nnd Mlilrii 1ms licon In mo for over .'10 jenrs, lm Ijornotlio Rlgnuttiro ot nml litis been tiitulo nntlcr Ms pcr- 0,,nl C,jC&rtf-frZ'.- . lcrvllon Miico Its liifnncy. CUcAaU Allow no 0110 to dorel vo you In this. All CotnilorfoltH, Initlalloiisnnil ".Tint-im-goo- d " tiro but KxpcrliiicntH tlmt Irldo with nnd rndiingiT tlio lirtilth ot Children-i:x;tcrlci- ico lufaiits nml nguUist JJipcriment. What is CASTORIA Cntnrl: h Rorlr, n, linniilr-s Mihitanro. ItH ngo Is Its Kimrnntci. It destroy Worms mid nlliyi Tor mora than thirty ypnr It has hecu In cosmtimt lio for tlio rollcf of Coimtfpiitlon, I'lntidnivy, AUnd Colic, nil Tccttilnir Troubles and Dlnrrlurn. It regulates tho Ktouinrh mid ISoncIs, th.i l'ood, Klvlnir hmlthy mid natural Bleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. Pare Inss mul Soothing Hyrtipi. It Is iilritsnnt. It co:.t.;lnN nultlirr Opium, .Mnridilno nor other Nnrcotlo snlixtltitlo for Castor Oil, GENUINE CASTORIA Beara the Signature of ALWAYS Jim Turner sold a sow snd pigs for Little Levi Hell has been quite tick. Mn. W, M. Dyehouse hns been lick. Mrs. M nt tie itout Is spendlcg this Mr. Loan Thompion told a mula for week with Mrs. Wm. Doty. $00. See wheat, rye and barley. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mrs. I'. K. Parrlsh' it about well again. Messrs Jake White, Will Doty of ill of 1'aint Lick and Mrs. Slier spent Sunday Mr. Itlp' Manueli continue typhoiJ fever. nt the home of Mr. Will Doty. Mrs. Wm. Itanke la again on the tick Horn, to Mr. and Mra. Ivs Pointer, twins, one weighing 10 lbs, the other lilt we are lorry to aay. There will be no services at tho M. E. 9 Ibt. The mother li doing nicely. church until the Sth Sunday. Mils Poynter has returned to her Mrs. Kettle Archer, of Hurgln, visit- - home In Cartersvllle after spending several days at the home of her brother. cd her mother, Mrs. E. Foley. Tho stork did not forget Mr, and Mr. and .Mrs. Arch Sprinkle visited Mrs. Ernest Gosney as it left a little Mr. and Mr. F. L. Thompson. visitor and Misiea Ituby I'arrlih Katie week. at their home one evening last Melvin visited Mra. J. M. Cress. Don't forget Coburn'i Minstrel at Mra. Ella Heater, of near Stanford, Roman's Opera House, Saturday .Oct, was visitir.fr Mrs. F. L. Thompson. Oth. Ulg street parade at 2:30 in after Little Miss Eliza Cummins fell at noon. school and slightly sprained her arm. Misses Margaret Doty and Francis Your choico of threo grades of coal. Uogie aro taking orders for the Larkin e Company to aid in getting a Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. ror wee Academy. Mils Annie Pherigu; of Lexington, The infant child of Mr. and Mrs. visited her aunt, Mrs. II. G, Cummins. William Doty was interred in the Lan Miss Lora Lunsford, of Junction City, cemetery last Saturday. The visited her uncle, Mr. II. T, Lunsford. caster mother has been seriously ill, but is Rev. Rogera filled his apiolntment at the Ilaptiit church on Saturday and book-cas- 4 of Lancaster Page 7 Message No. 5 To the Business Men Thi prosperity of a city Is In direct proportion to the local pride. Whtrt local pride runs high, prosperity has a Arm foothold. Such a town is a good place to live and do business in. Paint helps to a remarkable degree In spreading an Impression of prosperity throughout a community. It gives a fresh, new, inviting look wherever it is used. Its good effects. Growing business U Municipal buildings, stores and homes bound to be one of the direct results of a liberal use of paint, not from any magic In the paint, but because of the pride which is idmutated. J. L. McKce Hi He. Sunday. The Ladies Missionary Union of the Baptist church will meet at Mrs. F. F, Cummins' Friday at 2 1. M. Our friend and former townsman, Mr Perry llallard, now living at Crab Orchard, is ill of typhoid fever. J. A. Coburn, greatest minstrel of all, at Roman's Opera House Saturday Oct. Oth. Street parade at 2;30. Mr. Levi Hell bought a snrrel mare from Mr. V, I Grimes for $100. Sold a bay mare to Mr, Jesse Lawrence for $73. In Use For Over 30 Years Tho Kind You Have Always Bought SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION Horn, to the wife of Mr. Iiichard Dyehouse a nice boy. Also a line boy rexrted at the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Arch Miller. have rented and moved into the Marshal Stone place. Miss Annette Wearen was operated on in Louisville Monday having her tonsils removed. Miss Hessio Hottzclaw spent the week end at Lancaster with her mother Mrs. Annn Ilailey. Mr. and Mr. S. P. Staggof Lexing ton, attended the burial of J. H. Mc Allster here last week. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. McCarty are re joicing over the arrival of a little daughter at their home. Mrs. Albert Phillips and little daugh ter, Alberta, are visiting relatives and friends st Nicholasvllle. Mrs. Fayette Wilkinson and children -OF have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. BOURBON POULTRY CURE R. U. Wilkinson at Lancaster. la the tiriokltur water Mr. George Givens and Miss Florence Mikes Hens Ly Amazingly Givens spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Cures Roup, Colds, Cbolera, LImbcrneck I'revcnti Sick- A. G. T. Smith near Danville. ness, One 50c bottlo makes 12 Mrs. Lelia I). Cook, who has been ill At S allot) of medicine. Vain for several weeks Is able to be out, atl poultry book free. much to to gratification of friends. E0UI60N RCMCOT CO. UxJsctos, I;. Mr. and Mrs. Will Hall and little Sold by J. R. Mount, Son & Co. daughter Margaret, of Lancaster spent Su day with Mr. and Mrs. E. II Camp ft White Lead Phoenix Painter (Dutch Dor Trndo Mark) mixed with pure linseed oil Is the paint of quality and always has been. Lasting and economical. Qet in touch with us today. We carry all painting requisites. C. C. & J. E. STORMES. A FEW DROPS WANTED Army Horses Any one having any of the PAINT LICK bell. Hud. CINCINNATI Sunday, ROUND TRIP Oct. 10th FROM JUNCTION CITY and RETURN Car Load Northern Seel Rye, ton, Hughes &. Farnau. CARTHAGE WOMAN TELLS HAPPY STORY Mrs. Laura Duko of Carthage, Tenn., was a victim ot stomach disorders for several years. Sho loat appetite and her weight felf off. She could not rest at night. Sho took Mayr's Wonderful Remedy Jusjt a few dosca and found herself restored. la fact, Mrs. Duke's recovery was so rapid sho was afraid that It could bo only temporary. So ahe waited from September, when ahe took the remedy, until Ihn fnltnulnir IVktnnre to pass Judgment. Then ahe wrote: "I write you la regard to your won-- I derful stomach remnrlv that t innir last September. I feel better than I have In flvo years. "My weight was l!7tf pounds; now u is iiiti, ana i can cat anything I wanL I aleen nt nlphr f have written before, but 1 wanted to see now i got along." Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives permanent results for stomach, liver nnd Intestinal ailments. Eat as much and whatever you like. No mora distress after eating, prcssuro of gas In the stomach and around tho heart. Getono bottlo of your druggist now and try It on an absolute guarantee If not satis, factory money will bo returned. $1.50 Ask 101 Misses Louise Rich and Hazel Patrick spent Saturday in Richmond. Miss Mattie Woods whs home from Madison Institute for the week end Mrs. R. G. Woods and Miss Sallie Woods were visiters In Richmond Mon diy. SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY St3S A. M. Ticktt Agent for Particular! II. G. KING, IWr ami Ticket Agent East Main St., Lolntton, Ky. fa The First Lesson to Learn should know that TRADING AT HOME means CIVIC PROSPERITY. Every family FONSO. Lime, Cement, Plaster, etc. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. READ THE NOTE THE HOME BARGAINS! SPEND YOUR DOLLAR AT HOME! HOME PAPER! lanclofthe SJK &W I.uclle Lackev has as her guest her cousin, Miss Lillian Hockaday. Mrs. Edna Ueile Scott, of Lancaster, Ohio is with friends and relatives in Flatwoods this week. Mrs. J. II Wright and little son, William, of Richmond are expected soon for a visit to friends nnd relatives of this place. There will be a Pio Supper at Stony Point school house, on Saturday night, Oct. Oth at 7:30, for the benelU of tho school. Everyone cordially invited. Mis Statement of The Ownership, Manage ment, Circulation, Etc., Required 24, By The Act of August this city. The Dixie Rook Club was entertained on last Thursday afternoon by Miss Levisa Harris at her home near' Hub ble. There were a number of guests present besides the club members. After n number of games delightful refreshments were served. The Ladies Minstrels given here Thursday night by the Woman Club of this city and county, was a great success even if a dowepour of rain fell most of the day and night. The opera house was crowded with a large and appreciative audience. The proceeds Mr. Woods Walker entertained all will be used in buying new books for the members of the Kentucky Red the library. Uerkshire Association at a sumntious dining on Wednesday ut ms DeautlfUl country home. Paint Lick was visited by another Hood on Monday afternoon. While the water did not rise above the base ment in the business houses, most of the homes along the railroad had water Will Reliovo Your Indigestion to the depth of two feet in the first story and for u while it looked as if R. E. MeRobsrti it might be an exact repetition of the llood we had in July, better at this writing. Mrs. Fannie Walker was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Walker for sev eral days the past week. Don't forget Coburn'a Minstrel at Roman's Opera House Saturday Oct. Oth See street parade at 2;30 in afternoon Mrs. Sauiley Hughes, and son, Sautley Jr. of Lancaster, were guests of Mr and Mrs. James L. Francis the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Roger ltucker. and Mr. James ltucker. of Lexington vrcre week-enguests of Mr. and Mrs. I. C, ltucker. Dr. F. M. Walker, of Louisville has been the guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J Wade Walker for the past week. Mrs. G. C. Rncker was host at a rook party on Tuesday afternoon in honor of Mrs. Roger ltucker, of Lex. ingtton. There will begin a series of services at Old Paint Lick on October 17th. Conducted by Rev. Cary F. Moore, of Cynthiana. Rjv. W. M. Eldridge and Mr. Walker PresGuyn attended Transylvania bytery which was held at Somerset tho past week. Mrs. W. F. Parks, Millinery opening on Saturday afternoon was a decided success. The ladies said they had never seen the hats so pretty or so d Mr. J. Wade Valker, who has. been on the aick list for ten days, is much Little Miss Eleanor Tevis Carpenter, of Shelbyville, is the guest of her grandparents, Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Car penter. Miss Liccie Heazley, who has been in Milledgeville, with her sister. Mrs. P. C. Sandidge, is here with friends and relatives. D. S. Bromley and little daughter. Gertrude, of Louisville, were the week end guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs A. T. Hromley Mrs Lucy Heazley above to sell, should phone me at Lancaster, and I will drive to see them. has returned from Fort Scott Kansas, where she was called qy the death of her sister, Mrs, Mary Chenault. Messrs. W. K. Shugars, Will Hays and Mesdames,Mattle Kirby and Mary Craig motored to Winchester Sunday to see Mrs. Shugars, who is recovering N. Mr. nnd Mrs T. D. Newl-an- d and Mrs Herring motored to Har- rodsburg Sunday afternoon and was the guests ot relatives and faiends, News has been received here from Middlesboro announcing the arrival of a little daughter at the home of Mr, and Mrs. K J. Francis. The mother was formerly Midi Margaret Hockerof Menefee W. B. Burton, from and operation, Mis. J. N. Menefee Sr., J. Lancaster, - - - - Kentucky. Jr.. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. Vic- JENNY. President J. E. STORMES. Jmhry, Asa't Cashier. - Pres'U S. C. DENNY. Cashier. 11. 1 J. L. GILL, r. Safety Samual Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. BUSINESS. Alex R. Denny, D. Cochran, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. I Dyspepsia Tablets METAL SHINGLES ' ISaSJamy .atatJamaW Have lasted Z8years, StoZmp&of una sjreprooT all the while Jhats the kindof roof I 1912. AWAY up in the mountains of Wcstc- -i North Carolina are the beuutiful arJ attractive resorts or Ashevilie, Black Mountain, HendersonVille, Brevard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Waynesvillc, (Lake Junaluska), Hat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Hamilton Valley. Spend your vacation at one of these cool and deliRhtful places Round orot Tate Spring. Tcnn. October trip Excursion tickets arr 3 1st, via on sale daily, good until Of The Central Record published weekly at Lancaster, Ky,, for October 1st, 1915. Editor, J. E. Robinson, Managing Editor, R. L. Elkin. Dullness Manager, It. L Elkin. Publisher, The Central Record, In STOP AT OUR Mr. George Lasure Is visiting home HE! want. "Use ihemanddoatvaywitfi folks. Mr. Wm. Wells ie visiting his brother buis: 4 SOUTHERN Stop-over- RAILWAY ofthe South allowed at all points. Three special Low Rate s Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. For full Information see Ticket Agent. Southern Rallway.or Kentucky. D. H. ToJJ, District Passenger Agent, Louliville, write W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, corporated. Owners; (It a corporation, give its name and the numes and addresses of stockholders holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of stock. If not a corporation, give.namts and addresses of individual owners.) J. E. Robimon, Lancaster, Ky. Francis C. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky, Known bondholders, mortgages and other security holders, holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bond., mortgages, or other securities; (If there are none, so state.) None, GARAGE When in Danville Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Good Complete line of Tires. Everythhift In Automobile Accessories. ! at Eubanks. See us for bale tie. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. t Mr. J, II. Hamilton is preparing to fill his silos. Miss Pearl Parson was the guest of Miss Dollie Kinnard Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Cooley were the guest of Mr, and Mrs. Ebb Hentley Sunday, Mr. James Dyehouse and daughter, Miis Eva visited his father at Preachers-vill- e THE DURABLE RO Local Contractors or Cortrighi Metal Roofing Co., SO North 23rd St., Philadelphia. OKGANIXKV 1SS3. Sunday. Mr. J. T. Weils has returned home q from the mountains where he has been buying cattle. There will be a pie supper at Uethel school house Saturday night Oct. 9tb. Everybody Invited. Mrs. J. II. Hamilton was the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Montgomery, Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Turner Sparks visited his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Sparks Saturday night and Sunday, Messrs. Earnest Miller, llurnam Mil ler and Mr. Croucher of Kfrksville was the guest of Mr. James Klnr.srd Saturday snd Sunday. . We Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. Capital $50,000. President. W. 0. Rigney, Asa't Cash'r. H. F. HUDSON. Surplus $45,000. Vice Prest. Director and Emhalmer. Kentucky. Olllce Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. Average number of copies of each issue of this publication sold or distributed, thru the mails or otherwise, to psid subscribers during the six months preceding the date shown above. (This information Is required from dally newspapers only.) R. L. Elkin. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 27 day of September 1015. W. O. Rlgney, Notary Public. (My Commission expires Februhry 9, 1918 Prestollte Service. MITCHELL & .'. J. WALKER. Job J. Waucek, Ju., W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. SHACKELFORD. Second Street. Phone 12-1- . Danville, Ky. la the very backbone of every successful business. We regard your co as a necessary factor In our success. operation We hope you speak a good word for us if we give you good service. If you find our service lacking In any respect, you will confer a favor upon us by telling US. It I our business and our pleasure to improve our system wherever we find a weak spot. 1 Pcige 8 nim. LEST YOU FORGET. HAYS The Democrats of Kentucky must stand shoulder to shoulder against the common enemv. They should forget the disappointments that came to some Last year of them in the primary. n 1T fm olonr frwmlvi'rlt' after Ueckhim bent him in the primary " " f WW fi"! IB r" for the nomiimtlon for the United 'il' tuw ' "" Stntes Ser.nt. Stanley got behind lilt NO tit.f ' Ilm. .ad Ueckham and stumped the state from one end to the other in Ileckham's behalf. The men who supported rnt. Want! to rent ft farm. arid McDcrmott Intheprimary Emory McWorter, should follow the eximple set by Stanley and ahow tlut, in spite of differ40 mot hoes VOll SALE:-.lw- t ences within the party ull Kentucky from 100 to 200 ptumb. Democrats stand together when fightOd'u Nftjlor. ing Republicans. -- Danville Messenger. The Central Record, Thursday Oct 7, 1915. METCALF ARRESTED FARMER'S C OLUillN FRIENDS OF FAMILY SHOCKED At Action OfAuthorities. '" Ch during the summer that he was innocent of any wrong doing and ail are confident that it will be so proven at the trial which begins next Mmday. nice Southdown buck. For Sale;-It is also claimed that he had no intenJ. A. fodd. Taint Lick. Ky. tion ot forfeiting his bund, which fact rotewood piano, makes his arrest even more strange. For For futher The sensational story in the Courier-Journcase. In Rood condition. aala; information call thia office. "Mr. Holmes "and Sheriff Woddell raid thev had I wen led to believe Met.Mr. Sweeney Morgan haa.aixty (food calf would not appear for trial. The feeding cattle ho will fell worth banker's alleged efforts to keep his the money. movements secret since his release on bond and his refusal, according to his ItlRjby and Thompson of Treacher-vill- e accusers, to answer registered letters have CO good ewe, and CO, one mailed to him were advanced by the and two year oldjcattle, they will sell experience are Thirty-fo- ur years of coat designing and Indiana men as their reasons for beworth the money. lead America. lieving the accused would not appear bear the Wooltcx label. of coats Strayed to mv place a steer weighing for trial. That he received the numergreat fashion centers Pans-Londothe best style ideas of the Owner can have about COO pounds. ous letters they mailed him, thL-- said, same by proving property and paying York and Cleveland. was evidenced by the signed receipts GERMANY II. G. McWhorter, pajture. 4 returned to them by postollice authoriTaint Lick. Ky. ties. Accedes To American Demands. C Metcalf said following his arrest Germany has completely acceded to that it had been his intention to return Island of Hongkong. the American demands for settlement to Noblesville toanswer the indictments Hongkong Is on Island lit 30 square of the Arabic case. That government pending against him. His arrest here, miles. in a letter presented yesterday by its he contended, was a useless precaution. Belts were never o stylish, nrrbassador, Count von Bernstortf, to Your coat must show the Dally Optimistic Thought denied that any Belts in Secretary Lansing, disavows the sink- The prisoner tne chargesbe was inhim llclts a'l around or short belt See them natural lines of the figure, way guilty ol Not everyone Is a huntsman that against ing of the vessel, announces that it hns effects at sides or acrott the blows a born. novel effects Inability to convert notes unu other but without being lightly in the coats the submarine commander front, arc artistically used to nxti so notified the uttack, expresses regret outstanding assets into cash during the fitted. Or, it must hanj who made How to Keen a ieerct. money stringency of the past year led add to the dressy effect of the whole coat. loosely from the shoulders and may be loosely belted. way to keep o for the loss of American lives, and There's only one to the breaking of his bank, Metcalf Coats of either general tfyle are smartly flaring from secret that's to bans onto it your, Bgrees to pay nn indemnity to their said. That he was innocent of embvz Rouen fabrics in solid colon, waist downward. self. families. This settlement with Ger- zlement and conspiracy for the purpose Fabrics arc two-tocombinations of many leaves the Administration free of embezzlement would be proved when High, straight collars of Cure for Rusty Needle. greatly varied cloth and trimmings, and Collars of plush, plush or fur are ultra fashto join issues wich Great iiritian over his case la heard, he said. Rusty needles, can be remedied by Scotch mixtures have Dame injustice of the The closing of tne four banks attract ionable, llands to match cloth or fur placing the needles In coal oil for a the Fashion's stamp of approval. One of the decidedly and the hardships placed on American ed nation-wid- e interest. The institu feyTmlnutes. rnrirrlethe cuffs and lower commetce as n result of England's tior.s affected were Farmer.' Mer fashionable coatings is PompaJour cloth, to be found edge. Self cloth collars arc convertible, and may be "paper" blockade. chants' Bank of Cicero; the Hamilton only in the Wooltcx Pompadour coats. Dally Thought. worn low if desired. Revers are wide. Trutt Co, at Noblesville; the Citizens "I love everything that's old old State Bank of Arcadia, and the Carmel old manners, old friends, old times, is becoming to you. At $16.50, $20, $2S, wool materials tested by experts, Ban k of Larmel. lne." Oliver Goldsmith. books, old Inspectors from the State Auditor's $30 and upwards, we have Wooltcx coats to' quality tailoring support -- OFoffice gave evidence before a upecial Usually GsU It. suit your figure, your tastes and your purse.' correct style in every Wooltcx coat. grand jury convened in Hamilton coun What the average girl In high soty May i and the indictment and arrest ciety In New York seems to want is No matter how many seasons you choose All the coats pictured here are Wooltcx of seven prominent financiers connected husband enough to last about three to wear your Wooltcx coat, it stays good coats. Wc invite you to sec them this years ana alimony enough to carry her with the institutions followed. Each looking. It is refined, genteel the ideal week. Try on a few; sec what is correct through the rest of Her life. Houston was charged with embezzlement and for a gentlewoman. Post. conspiracy to defraud. . and fashionable. Now is the ideal time to The trials of tho indicted officials make your selection, while the assortment The variety of models, in many cloths will begin this week. Sheriff Woddell Undergraduate Philosophers. is so complete. select one that .and colors, makes it easy to said. I remember one night when we sat Charged with conspiracy and tin up until three o'clock discussing the THE REAL ESTATE HEN 0 bezzlement in connection with the philosophy of prohibition over three Wooltcx Coats at $16.50 to $45 closing of four banks in Hamilton bottles of port 1 wonder bow many Suits at $15 to $65 county, Indiana, I ait February after LANCASTER KY. other men have done the same thing) Sciibner's Magazine. an examination by the State Auditor i Skirts at $5 to $15 of Indiana revealed the alleged loss of Come and let us sell yod a farm in more Treat It Gently. than $250,000. Rutherford H The human heart ts like a mill Garrard County, where five millions of Metcalf, formerly president of the A. B. stone in a mill: when you put wheat pounds of the best tobacco is grown Farmers' Merchant Bank, Cicero, Ind , under It it turns and grinds and annually; where all the agricultural was arrested at 11 o'clock last night by bruises the wheat to flour; If you put products grow abundantly; where the Detective Sergts, Warren and McEIliott Sells no wheat It still grinds on, but then best live stock is bred; where the blue as he was walking into The Seelbach, I A I. n I, grows, where good school, moral grass That Metcalf would be in Louisville Martin Luther and hospitable people are attracting last night was learned by Sheriff Oscar many home seekers. Lancaster the Woddell, of Hamilton county, who The Naked Truth. the county test, has three banks, tele came to this city yesterday afternoon Robinson Crusoe had just rescued phone exchange, electric light plant, armed with six indictments against the savage from the cannibals. "What creamer) , splendid water works system, ever they do. they shan't touch a bit two (louring mills, grain and hemp Metcilf. Sheriff Woddell called at the office of Col. II. Watson Lindsev and of meat on Friday I " be exclaimed, bar. tobacco warehouse, on the asked the aid of thu local department ing already thought up a suitable name warehouse, & N railroad, one of the best; graded in locating the man he L aouzht. The for his dark complextoncd protege. schools in the State, having ah endown detectives were assigned to the caae. ment fund of $50,000.00 In addition to a Metcalf was with his attorney, N. W. We can Harding of Indianapclis, who had ar $30,000.00 new school building. Boric Acid for Styes. sell homes or choice lots near the school. ranged a meeting with his client here Boric acid la mild, soothing nnU Our price is the owner's price. We when he wag seized. He has been septic and Is one of the best remedies known for stves Physicians recom refer to any bank or to any official for visiting relatives at Taint l ick, Ky., proof that we will deal fairly with you; and it was through a long distance tele mend bathing and soaking the afflicted eye for half an hour twice a day In a as we have done for ten years and have phone conversation between the former warm saturated solution of mercuric no dissatisfied customers. bank president and his attorney that oxide In vaseline. Improved and unimproved farms of Hamilton county officials learned of the all sizes nrd various locations and at conference here. Five indictments returned by the various prices, but any farm priced at Amhltloua RlrH Hamilton county grand jury charge Caeed chaffinches are celebrated for its market value. Metcalf with embezzlement and a sixth tbelr eagerness to compete with one alleges conspiracy in connection with another in singing. They deliver their songs alternately until one is exhaust- Statement of The Ownership, Manage the closing of the banks. Metcalf was ed and unable to take up his turn. So arrested last winter soon after the bank ment, Circulation, Etc., Required excited do the birds become that It of which he was president was found to occasionally happens that one of the By The Act of August 24, be insolvent and ordered closed by Dale competitors drops down dead. C. Crittenberger, an Indiana auditor. . 1912. He was released on bond of $1,000 and Water Cars In Milan. Of The Central Record nublished left Indiana Immediately after his reThe streets jf Milan are watered weekly at Lancaster, Ky,, for October lease. Sheriff Wobdell charged. from the electric tram cars. On these 1st, 1915. W. E. Holmes, of Cicero, one of the watering cars reservoirs have been 's bond, came men who signed Editor, J. E. Robinson, adapted to the platforms and these to Louisville with Sheriff Woddell. Managing Editor, R. L. Elkln. reservolsr are emptied as the car Metcalf 's case Is set for trial at Nobles Business Manager. R. L. Elkln. runs, by means ot perforated tubes Crushed Lime Stone Rock, per ton Best Grade Portland Cement 474cts. placed fan shape at the front and Publisher, The Central Record, In ville, county seat of Hamilton county. Monday morning, and hit arrest was Screened White Sand, per bushel 9cts. Best grade barrel lime, per barrel OOcts. back of the car Pittsburgh corporated. madu as a precautionary measure to Owners: (If a corporation, give its pound sacks, per sack 25cts. Hydrate lime, his appearance to answer to the name and the names and addresses of insure indictments against him. ' Best 3rade Day Break Wheat Fertilizer, per ton good quality, per bushel holding 1 per cent or more stockholders The loss was made possible, it is al Seed Wheat, Many People In This Town of total amount or Block. It not a leged, through a netwurk of loans Best quality Timothy Seed, per bushel Blue Grass Seed, Clean threshed, per bushel never really enjoyed a meal until corporation, give names and addresses negotiated In a circle between the afwe advised them to take a of individual owners.) per sack 78c. Car Load Eldean Patent Flour to arrive next week will sell while it lasts, per barrel fected banks. Taper was found which J. E. Robinson. Lancaster. Kv. called for the necessary funds, but the Francis C. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. cash was missing, Woddell said. II. I.. Elkln. Loncaster. Ky. Mora and after each meal. Sold only The bank of which Metcalf was I wr Wc a bss. mortgages and president was closed after the cashier Known bondholders, holding 1 per was unable to pay a check for $6,000 Kitchen Cabinets, women labor saver R. E. McRob.rti $10.50 other security holders, ..$0.00 to $ 15.00. Combination Oak Book Case und Desk cent or more of total amount of bonds, presented by a depositor and later in Mahogany chlffoneers and Dressers $15.00 to 818.00. Bed Springs $2.35 up. mortgages, or other securities; (If vestigation showed there was only $133 $7.00 to 811.00. Oak Dining Oak Extension tables, round, Chairs, per set ....$5.00 there are none, so state ) in the vaults, it was said. The bank's $5.00 to $6 00Oak Extentton tables, square. None. deposits amounted to $187,000. A good line Best quality Flower Pqts, each 8c. up $23.00. and bed Average number of conies of each Detective Sergts, Warren and Mc 1 only, suit quarter oak Dresser, Wash-ston- d One only. 3 burner New Perfection-Gi- l .$7.15 Stove PAPEC COTTERS of this publication sold or distri- EIliott took their prisoner last night to Buffets, oak issue buted, thru the mailt or otherwise, to the office of Maj. Tatrick Ridge. Sheriff $49.00 Rood Wogon, "Farmers Friend" 13.00 One only, Steel-tir- e Monitor uiul Associated paid subscriber during the six months Woddell produced requisition papers. Sideboards, oak $49.00 Pony S8.0 to $12.00. One only. Steel-tir- e Dressers, oak Kentucky 10c. Gasoline Engines. preceding the date shown above. from honored by the Governors ofof Metcalf Iron Beds and up. 3 quart Enamel Cooking Kettles, each (This Information Is required and Indiana, for the return .$4.50 : steel Farm Gate $16.00 I twelve-folally newspapers only.) and Maj. Ridge turned the prisoner Brass Beds, 'I Inch posts, dandy design Wheeling Lime Grinders. It. L. Elkln. The over to the Indiana Sheriff. All sold on easy terms. RnhftrrlliMl mil awilrn tn before me former banker requested that he be this 27 day of September 1915. W. O. Mowed to spend the night at th Seel- W. P. KINCAID, DIST. AGT Rlunev. Notary Public. (Mv Commis back and the Sheriff agreed, but ac- ompanled bim. STANFORD. KV sion expires Februbry 9, 1918 . Pbcn. 199. ter, Stiyed to white face my pUe. weight nbout 600 pound. II. S. Gay, Route 1. Much sympathy Is felt for the family o( Hnys Metcalf, who is a son of Mr J. M. Metcalf, of Taint Lick and were shocked to read in last Sunday's Coui. ler Journal that ho bad been Arrested in Louisville last Sunday and taken to Indianapolis fur tiial ns a lesult of his connection with the failure of the Farmers Merchant Rank, of Ciceio Ind, which occured last February. Mr. Metcalf together with his wife and two children, have (pent the summer with his parents ct Taint Lick and has many his friends there who are pained arrest. He has tuld his friends often it What to Wear soon want to choose your coat for fall and winter. Knowing the correct style features T for the season will make it so much easier to choose right. NsJf0X You'll find not orily correct style, but the added value of superior quality and tailoring in these Wooltcx coats. MULE COLTS PLENTIFUL. Sale;-Squar- e Last court day was"mule court day" In Lancaster, and what appeared to be the largest number ever seen here was on the market, but the great majority of them were taken back home by the farmers, they being unwilling to accept the small prices offered for them. The European war, while creating a demand, und a resultant high prier, for many of our products, has had the reverse effect upon the horse and mule market. Industries which were accustomed to use a great number of mules, especially the cotton industry, are so depressed that they are not in demand, and consequently aro scarcely salable at nil, and when n market is found, very small prices are realized. in Coats FTOU'LL that world's New IUJ back combine tailoring They They n, Fashion says coats must have certain style features ne il PURE HUGHES & SWINEBROAD ROBERTSON & BRO.. DANVILLE, Wooltex KY. The Store That I SPECIAL SALE. A Dandy Time for Concrete Work! 40 Mel-alf- Prices Right. $1.25 $1.25. $3.90. $25.50. $1.75. $6.15, . F U R IN IT U R E BARGAINS. Runabt,. INDIANA SILO - ....v ot . ...... HEEVEY & WOODS, Paint Lick, Ky,