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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 14, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915101401_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 14, 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. i TWFNTT SIXTH TEAR. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE REMfilOt,, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT LANCASTER, KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 14. 1915. NUMBkR 2t. Make oiir store headquarters for jc' i 0 JUST A- - WORD TO OUR VALUED SUBSCRIBERS. GAR LOAD J ir.iiuuird.uuuna and Mass smss aama Defore vou finish reading this issue of the CENTKAL RECORD look at the label and see how your subscription stands. If it shows vour subscription is due or past due, don't wait another day, but send us the monev RIGHT NOW. One dollar may be a small matter to you, but several hundred others thinking about the matter as vou do keeps us out of the use of several hundred dollars. The Isbel on your paper will show just how your subscription stands. For instance, if the figures opposite your name read like this: "JuMG" it meani 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 second 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 asido and psy 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, all who owe us will pay up at once. Send the money by 1. 0. Money OrJer or check, or enclose a dollar bill in your letter and send it to THE CENTRAL RECORD. Lancaster. Ky. BUILDERS 8 Ford Cars JUST RECEIVED. HARDWARE. We are still making it hot for other people. Sec our new, line of i El ffi HEATING STOVES. m m Tinware and Plumbing. Conn Brothers. g V Hand Us That $. Commercial Club Meets Tonight. See sample NOW and place your order. GOOD MINSTREL. WANTED 3000 DOZEN EGGS LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. Better Light TheWayto Those who failed to see the famous Fresh Eggs 21c, extras candled 22c. Coburn minstrel at the Roman's opera II. B. Northcott. Kirk Klcans Klothes. Phone 76. house last Saturday night, missed the minstrel ever shown in Lancaster, best Just now the fighting men of the GOOD GAME. even surpassing his former effort one fforld are very much occcpied. year ago. The entire performance was The first foot-ba- ll game of the season all that could be wished for and was was pulled off last Friday on the local See us for bale ties. thoroughly enjoyed by the large crowd grounds between Lancaster and Rich Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. present. mond, which resulted in the defeat of is next to Godliness. Cleanliness the latter by a score of 6 to 3. The 76, hone local team while greatly handicapped TIMELY WARNING. in weight, succeeded in holding the Seed Wheit, Uye nnd Barley. The State Board of Health has issued Richmond team down to three scores Hudson, Hughes &Karnau. warning against'dlptheria which has which were made by drop kick from ppeared in epidemic form in many neiu. ine local boys are putting up a Car Load Northern Seed Kye. Hudson, Hughes iFarnsu. sections of the state. This disease we good game and should be encouraged by are informed has appeared in a section Pocahontas Is again in the lime light of this county, but in a mild form and better attendance frem the public. and is even introducing Capt. John the people are warned to exercise every Smith again. HOW IT HAPPENED. precaution about visiting a community This is the way President Wilson met C. W. ll.M. where the deaease does exist. The Third Division of the will serve lunch, court day in October, at Police Court lloom. ROADSTER TOURING CAR - $390.00 - $440.00 F. O. B. DETROIT. Haselden Lancaster, 31 Bros., Kentucky 1L 3C 3Z IC The Christian Endeavor Society .hi the New Antioch church will have an enchange Saturday afteruoon.Oct. ICth t Harry Andersons store. Mrs,. J. H. Turner, of Marksburyhas our thanks for a box of nice apples which she brought to this office last Saturday. They were very large and jucy and the beat flavored apple we ever ate. his bride to be: A year or so ago Dr. Cary T. GrayCARRANZA RECOGNIZED. son met Miss Gertrude Gordon. Following a conference of Pan- Miss Gorden introduced him to Mrs. Americans recognition of Carranza was Gait, her guardian. greed upon and Secretary Lansing an He introduced Mrs. Gait to Miss nounced that the United Seates intend Helen Woodrow Bones. ed to take the same step. This means Miss Bones introduced Mrs. Gait to that the United States will give Car Miss Margaret Wilson. ranza moral support and will probably Miss Wilson introduced Mrs. Gait to lay an embargo on arms to the opposing her father. factions. Villa has announced that The war is just beginning". ATTORNEY JAMES GARNETT To Run For Congress In This District' G. M. LYON'S BUSY CASH STORE 19th On October we will have with us Save vour monev and triple vour lirtht. Enjoy the home comforts and conveniences afforded by Buy them In the Blue Convenient Cartons, regular homesize 75c. each NATIONAL MAZDA LAMP. R. E. V- McROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky. Upon the stump Hon. A. 0. Stanley NEW BRIDGE. is a wor.der and the Republican nominee The fiscal court closed a contract last who stands with one foot upon the Bull Moose platform and the other upon the week with the Urbana Bridge Company, stand pat republican will have a hard for a new steel bridge to cross White Lick. The bridge is to be erected at time to keep even in the ring. once and will be built under state President Wilson himself threw the lupervision at a cost of $2800. This first ball of the second world's penes bridge will fill a long felt want to tho game at Philadelphia last Saturday, people in this section of the county, as was standing the creek at this point is often past His futur mother-in-laright beside him an he threw the ball fording, necessitating great inconvenwnere it was intended to go. ience during the winter months. Mr. Chas Doaden, with a full line of 1 I WINDOW GLASS l I Ifyouhave anyold papers, magazines rags, etc., you would like to have moV' ed from your home or business, call Billy Farris at Record office and he will call for them, I also polish and let up stoves at a reasonable price. On the same day President Wilson announcement his engagement he an nounced h would vote for suflrage, Now all the newspapers are asking if it was a coincidence, "it may have been a case of speak now or ever after hold vour peace." When so eminent and resiljent standpatter as President Wilson must needs succumb to the fair enemy and be for the cause of woman's right at both ends of the jope, it begins to look as if it were about time for the rest of us old time recalcitrants to crawl down off the fence and come in with our hata in our hands. Lexing' ton Herald. hog-tie- d l and PUTTY. 1 Roof and House Paint. i S a According to Thomas B. Cromwell in the Cincinnati Enquirer of last Sunday, Hon. Jamea Garnett, of Columbia will make the race for Congress to succeed Hon. Hsrvev Helm, the present in cumbent. The Enquirer says: Attorney General James Garnett this week told the writer that he had made up his mind to enter the race against Congress-nan- . Harvey Helm and County Judge Ralph Gilbert, of Shelby ville, for the Democratic nomina tion for Representative in the Eight OF LOCAL INTEREST. District, but he is not ready to make An article by Mrs. Fisher Herring on formal announcement. her stone farm house, as a type of Border State pioneer building, illustrat BOUQUET OF BLUEGRASS. ed with photopraphic interior views, and groupings of furni A bouquet of Kentucky bluegrass ture, will appear in an early issue of will be carried in the arms of a pretty The House Beautiful a Boston girl of the Dixie Highway party when magazine devoted to houses and their it starts from Chicago next Saturday decorations. Mrs. Herring Is an In morning for tho run to the other end of tertaining writer and the article will be the line at Miami, Fla., thru Indianapo read with much Interest by her friends lis, Louisville, Nashville and other cit and the patrons of this popular maga ies en route. The following telegram zine, was received here today: "Chicago, III, 's Jayessco Suits. Call and see them. G. aVasi M. LANCASTER. ' LYONS. KENTUCKY. D 31 IC 11 In and Out Floor Paint. I 1 ri I I ft 4r Stormes Drug1 Store HERE to , IS YOUtt OPPORTUNITY fa $ order a Tailor Made Suit and Raincoat for $15.00 Speak a good word for the schools, and the churches, and the business and professional men, and the industries and your neighbors, and friends, and the people generally. Speak a good word for the whole community; and keep on speaking until others get the habit and begin speaking with you. It is a good thing for the town, and In time others will be speaking well of you. History will give the President of the United States credit for states manship of the highest order. The people of the United States already had decided to give him the Presidency again, but they will, as a result of hi achievement, roll up a larger majority in his favor. Germany has done some' thing definite, and that somethlngspells victory in Urge letters for the United States. A victory of diplomacy far greater than any victory of arms. Has it ever occurred to you that no local met chant is foolish enough to BRITISH WOOLEN MILL CO. 8 LA Suit or Overcoat made to your measure, made to fit. To One t $15.00 To All. j J J , A $5.00 Double Texture Raincoat will be given away absolutely free with every order. Come In and we will give you names of our customers-t- he best citizens of Harrodtburg, Danville, London, Richmond, Etc. Wo are located at E. V. Harris' store room on the square and will be here until t SATURDAY, OCTOBER 16th. Dont fall to see our beautiful samples. .. Rrificn Wnnlpn Mill WW W A. AAA. AAU.A JL V A A A P.n ww. advertise that he ran meet any legit' Imate competition unless Tie is able to do so! If this has not occurred to you before it is not too late, give it con' 35 sideratlon now. You will find the Ilv this town advertising in & ones ofthis week, and other weeks, thi and paper It is possible they may be able to do even jj out ofbetter bv you than some of those town concerns vou have been Using to for so many years. Oct. 6. Will you please rush to me today enough Kentucky bluegrass for girl to carry in her arms for use on Finding that their business has in Dixie tour. Richard J. Finne proportions start of creased to such enormous gan, Dixie Highway Commission.' and being unable to handle the amount The request was referred to Prof, of tobacco bought at the local house Joseph II. Kastle, director of the Ken here, Messrs C. A. Spelth and Co tveky Agricultural Experiment Station have opened up a branch house at Paint who responded enthusiastically. The Lick to take care of the tobacco in that bouquet of bluegrass he gathered and part of the county. Their house here forwarded was fit for u bridx to wear, has been hai.dllng all that it could pos The blades were about thirty inches sibly take care 'of and the Paint Lick long and the quality of the grabs was house was secure) to relievo the con very fine. It was carefully boxed and gestion which is often seen here during Finnegan. shipped to Commissioner the busy season. "Old Reliable" Hilly Lexington Leader. Spelth and Jak,Graw will buy again this year for both houses and they assure their friends in Garrard and Madi- STANLEY A WONDERFUL MAN son county, that they will be ready to The career of Owsley Stanley since take' care of their tobacco, uajlng boyhood has been most remarkable. By them the highest market price for it. close Btudy of political economy and by hi indemitable will piwer, togetbe SENATOR JAMES with a large and extensive knowledge of man, he has been able to thoroughly To Speak Here Oct. 22nd. understand the wanta of the masses, The state Democratic campaign com- There is' no man in the South so well mittee has authorized us to announce qualified to render valuable services to that Seni tor Olllie James will address the whole people as he. Take his the democracy of this and adjoining career from the time of his induction counties In Lancaster, Friday October Into office and his every set has demon 22nd. The news will be heralded with strated that he possesses an unusual delight by the friends of the Senator amount of business capacity and a mind "While In this county who will turn out to a that Is as clear as crystal. man and give him the largest crowd member of Congress he was not classifl that ever assembled to a. democratic ed as one of the ordinary "Hen's". lie rally in the county. No man In the was always In the front pew and what senate stands closer to the President he said was not only eloquent but full than does Senator James, who has of logic. No man received more abcome from Washington to speak in the solute attention an all occasions than Interest o. Hon, A. 0, Stadley and the Stanley. While chairman of his com In speaking of Mr. mittee be never knew what It was to entire ticket. With an untiring Stanley he says; "he is the Ideal become fatigued. champion of Democracy. He is able to energy and magnificent ability he has bear the banner and defend it against proven that be is one of the political Jewels of the present day. the world upon the stump". BRANCH HOUSE. rVaBSuk!BBBaaaaaaVBBaaaaaaa1 aWaaaKMaaaaWJ m aaaaaCr Before you buy your come and let us show you the famous It's many popular features and other points you should not over-loo- k when selecting a Cooking stove. GLOBE W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. Page 2 1 The Central Record, Thursday Oct 141915. 1 The Womans Club j LlErtltfrl BrThsWominiCliiM ,to ..... ..v.!'.-- . Lush riiunir niKiuuvii and interesting program was carried out In every detail, by Mrs. Theo Curry ably assisted by Mlsa Annlo Margaret Elkln. Mesdames Marksbury, l'rice, Klnnalrd and Miss Alberta Anderson. Tomorrow (Friday) promptly at 3 o'clock Mra George ltobinson wilt con duct the meeting, her subject being American Landscape Painters. There seems to be a prevailing idea that these times, and particularly this country, form an uncongenial environ ment for the development of the arts. Aa a matter of fact, there haa never been a country or a time when art did not have to struggle and force Ita way The to recognition and appreciation. Athenians, who are credited with the most art appreciation, allowed their greatest artist to die In prison. President Wilson has announced that he would vote for the woman tutTrage amendment in New Jersey, He issued this statement; "I intend to vote for woman sulTrage in New Jersey because I believe that the time has come to extend that priv. ilege and responsibility to the women of the State, but I ahal! vote, not as thi leader of my party In the nation, but only upon my private conviction as a citizen of New Jersey, called upon by the Legislature of the State to express 1 think his conviction at the polls. that New Jersey will be greatly bene flted by the change. Mrs. James Lees Laidlaw, Chairman of the Manhattan Uorough Branch of the Suffrage Party, tells him, in message of engaging faith and fervor; "Thousands of women who are work Ing with consecration and high purpose -- home women, working women, professional women all through New York State are filled with new zeal to follow the leadership of our President in this great reform and to actualize eyour ideal of justice and democracy for the womanhood of our land. In the same spirit. Miss Mary Gar rett Hay, Chairman of the SulTrage On the heels of this came the news women of Nicholasvllle would also demand places on the school board, and would nominate a full ticket of four candidates, to succeed the four members whose terms expire, The registration of the women was not accomplished except by the most energetic work and determined organization, tho women's committee having representatives at the booths, and the telephones from early morning until late at night. On the day after the registration it was announced that the heavy registration of women was the evidence of a determination on the part of the women of Nicholasvllle to take tho school elections definitely and permanently out of partisan politics, and that the first step Would be the naming of a ticket, composed exclusively of women who are both wives and mothers, for the four vacancies on tho board. Mrs. Harry McCarthy, .one of the candidates, was president of the women's work department of the State Fair this year and showed n considerable executive ability in the organization and development of that department. She also edits that good paper, that the WILSON WEDDING IN NEXT 2 MONTHS. President Wilson and Mrs. Norman Gait, whose engagement to be married announced last week are the recipients of congratulatory messages from all parts of the United States and from the representatives of foreign Govern ments. Telegrams to the White House in such numbers that an extra force of operators and clerks were needed to handle them. Many were read by the President and Mrs. Gait together. Count von Uernstorff, the German Ambassador, was one of the first to send congratulations, and thero followed messages from other members of the diplomatic corps conveying the. good wishes of their Governments. Definite arrangements for the wed ding will not be made Immediately, but it has been disclosed that the President and Mrs. Gait have agreed that it shall not take place in the White House because of the formality which would be necessary there. The ceremony will be solcmized within the next two months. before the convening of Congress in December, either In Mrs. Gait's home or in one af the Washington churches, President Wilson is a Presbyterian and Mrs. Gait an Episcopalian and no decision has been reached as to which service shall be used at the wedding, Mrs. Gait is a member of St. Thomas's Episcopal Church In Washington. The President has not yet chosen best man. Colonel House, of New York, is considered his most likely choice. One of Mrs. Gait's brothers probably will give her away. The interest in the people of the na tion who know neither the President nor Mrs. Gait personally has been shown in the character of the messages received at the White House. One of the many sent a telgram of congratulations in which he described himself as "one of the com SPECIAL SALE. A Dandy Time for Concrete Work. Best Grade Portland Cement 47jcts. Screened White Sand, per bushel 9cts. Prices Right. Crushed Lime Stone Rock, per ton $1.25 Best grade barrel Ume, per barrel OOcts.. Hydrate lime, 40 pound sacks, per sack 25cls. Seed Wheat, jjood quality, per bushel $1.25. Best Srade Day Break Wheat Fertilizer, per ton $25.50. Blu'p Grass Seed, Clean threshed, per bushel $1.75. Best quality Timothy Seed, per bushel $3.90. Car Load Eldean Patent Flour to arrive next week will sell' while It lasts, per barrel $6.15, per sack 78c. P U RN Kitchen Cabinets, women labor saver, Mahogany chilTonccrs and Dressers Oak Extension tables, round, Oak Extentlon tables, square, 1 only, suit quarter oak Dresser, Wash-stanBufTets. d ITURE BARGAINS $1050 $2.35 up. the Jessamine Journal. NEEDFUL oak KNOWLEDGE Sideboards, oak. Dressers, oak, Iron Beds Brass Beds, - Inch posts, dandy design Lancaster People Should Learn To Deled The Approach Of Kidney Disease. . .J0."0 to $15 00. Combination Oak Bonk Cute ami L'csk $15.00 to 818.00. Bed Springs S7.00 to 811.00. Oak Dining Chairs, per set $5.00 to $0.00. A good line Beit quality Flower Pols, enoli $23.00. and bed Oil Stove 15.00. One only, 3 burner New Perfection only, Steel-tir- e Roud Wngon, "Farmers Friend". 813.00 One Pony Runabout $8.00 to $12.00. One only, Steel-tir- e $190 and up. 3 quart Enamel Cooking Kcttloa. cncli twelve-foo- t steel Farm Gate $10.00 1 ....$5.00 ..$7,15 $10 00 10c. $150 Party, makes the wires tingle with a hymn of great joy; "We, the Woman SulTrage Party of New York City, numbering over 200, 000 men and women, rejoice that wc have a President of the United States who thoroughly believes in and stands for a true democracy." "Rilev Dfcy" will give Indiana a lot of enviable advertising as a State where art and literature have due appreciation. Whether or not it behnovesother States to imitate her example and institute like "days" of their own can bo left for later decision till the other States have poets whose appeal to the heart is as direct and effectual as Mr. Riley's. The symptoms of kidney trouble are many. Disordered kidneys often excrete a thick, cloudy, offensive urine, full of sediment,, irregular of passage or attended by a sensation of scalding. The back may ache, headaches and dizzy spells may occur and the victim is often weighted down by a feeling of languor and fatigue. Neglect these Delay warnings and thero is danger. often proves fatal. You can use no better endorsed kidney remedy than Doan's Kidney Pills. Here's Lancaster proof of their merit. W. M. Zanone, stationary engineer. Campbell and Crab Orchard Sts. , Lancaster, says; "My kidneys were disordered and the kidney secretions were irregular in passage and contained sediment. I had pains in my back and sides and when I stooped, I had difficulty In straightening. Doan's Kidney Pills relieved me." Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't sim ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the samt that n Co., Mr. Zanone had. Props., Buffalo, N, Y. Foster-Milbur- HEUVEY & WOODS, OILED ROADS. Every year's experience of highway building brings some new light. A few seasons ago tho rapid deterioration of highways under motor cars seemed an almost insoluble problem. Millions had ' been spent in improving roads. Yet n' few more summers of motor travel1 seemed likely to ruin these costly sur- taees. A stone roud with the filling all riped out. is worse than the rinlr.nl and or clay. For a number of year have been binding road surfaces with various formsof asphaltic, tarry and bituminlous oils. Better results aro' constantly being secured in this way. It is remarked that the principal lessons of this year's Highway experience is the value of tht oiled road. A road expert said a short time ago that the country districts should realize that oil is the cheapest form of maintenance. N'ot merely does is protect the surface against the grind of motor tires, it also holds it down through storms. Heavy rains former- ly meant enormous expenditures for reconstruction. But they run olf a road like water ofT the tra-- j I ditional duck's back. The curse of road work m this country has been the tendency to make temporary repairs and neglect permanent work. This is particularly true in sparsely settled districts where funds are scarce. The road officers mutt please the voters by tho beat possible showing on a small appropriation. The temptation is strong to scratch over the surface and heap up muck from the gutter. They may impress the voters for the time being, but it goes under protracted rains or to piecs under a few months' motor travel. Any town or county that has money enough to build any roads at all, has money enough to save what it builds with oil preparations. Building an unmerely deepens protected road the poverty of a poor community. It is spending money for work that will very soon have to be dom over again. Owensboro Inquirer. road-makewell-oile- d y Paint Lick, Ky. BOURBON HOG CHOLERA REMEDY IVin't i i until they mi auk Keen toar Hon AU At Druictkta. now and I ftp ifcfm lire Irnro'wftrmi an-- dtaraat. Kr. nOURDON BEIICDY COMIM.NT, PREACHERSVILLE Mrs. H. G. Cummins visited Mrs. E. Foley. Mr. and Mrs. Flem Cummins visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jesso Traylor, of Paris, visited Mr. and Mrs. W. P. White. Mr. F. L. Thompson has been very ill from a severe attack of acute in- digestion. will trouble some of Mr. Riley's Mrs. Wm. Ranke was visiting her sincere admirers to hear of his saying brother, Mr. August Battels and family that in these days he does not read the at Griffin Station. newspapers because they contain so Mrs. J. L. Kennedy and little sons. much about war, and he always avoids of Crab Orchard, were visiting her the shocking and the painful. A great- mother, Mrs. W. H. Cummins. It er bard than he declared a wider sympathy and proclaimed a nobler courage in a few words claiming kin to all that's human. Perhaps Mr. Riley was misquoted or did not mean exactly what he said. Certainly not a few of his poems justify the hope. "The Raggedy Man" would go to the front in case of need, one feels sure, and Mr. Riley's Muse would follow him there gentle as she is, and "Orphant Annie" wouldn't be further behind than the most advanced field hospital if she grew Into the sort of woman one would expect. Mr. Secretary McAdoo is a man of gallant and honeyed speech, and if logic bo not too stiongly present in the feminine mind, as some doubtless calumnious theories hold, It is natural for him to side witli feminism. He has a fellow-feelin- g for that deficiency, if it exists. Proclaiming his fealty to the Cause, he says; "The American women have made a NOW HER FRIENDS game fight and a fair fight for suffrage and are entitled to win." HARDLY KNOW HER Mr, McAdoo might just as well say that the American men have made a game fight for his preposterous Ship Purchase Bill and are entitled to win. Bat This Does Not Bother Mrs. And be the fight game or lame, what Under lie Burton, has that to do with the meritsT Mr. Bryan made a game fight for free silCircumstances. ver. The Farmers' Alliance made a game fight for agricultural Sub-TreHouston, Texas. In an intetestlng uries. The Rev. John Jasper mado a letter from this city, Mrs. S. C. Burton game fight for his astronomical platform that "the sun do move". Are the writes as follows : "1 think it Is my duly majority cl women now qualified to to tell you what your medicine, Cardul, vote? Is it for the advantage of home the woman's tonic, has done for me. and State that they should vote? These I was down sick with womanly trouble, are the questions, the "game fight" and my mother advised several different do with the case. has nothing to treatments, but they didn't seem to do me any good. 1 lingered along for three Since Tuesday's registration, Nlch- - or lour months, and ior three weeks, J olasville has had Its Interest centered was in bed, so sick I couldn't bear for with almost hypnotic fascination upon any one to walk across the floor. My husband advised me to try Cardul, the prospect of the women In control the woman's tonic. 1 have taken two of the school board. Except to the few who have been in bottles of Cardul, am feeling fine, gained 15 pounds and do all of my housework. touch with the situation, the demonstration of feminine strength at the Friends hardly know me, I am so well." If you suffer from any of the ailments registration booths came like a bolt out of a clear sky, and Nicholasvllle has so common to women, don't allow the not yet recovered from the shock, and trouble to become chronic. Begin taking y. Cardul It is purely vegetable, talks of nothing else. At the registration last week there its ingredients acting In a gentle, natural were three hundred Democrats regis- way on the weakened womanly constitutered, about two hundred and six Re- tion. You run no risk In trying Cardul. publicans and twenty Independents. It has been helping weak women back to Then, to the surprise of everyone ex- health and 'strength for more than 50 years. It will help you. At alt dealers. women themselves, the cept Highest test Timothy, Orchard Grass Ky. Blue Grass and Clover seed. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Protracted meeting begins at the Baptist church Sunday at 11 A. M. Rev Rogers will coi.duct the services assisted by Rev. Tucker of Springfield. As mentioned in your last Record there seems to be a very meagre crop of cushaws and pumpkins around in this section. But last week, on Mon day afternoon, after the cloudburst on the headwaters of Cedar Creek, Dick's River was full of nice largo yellow pumpkins for over two hundred yards. The river was out of banks and the saving of pumpkins would have been a pleasant and remunerative pastime. It is supposed .the fruit came out of the Holmes bottoms near the mouth of Cedar Creek. the totil showed that over three hundred had registered to vote in election. Wrxtt tat Chattanooga MtdWIna Co.,U4lft' women Challanguca. Ttnn., for CPrctal the school AJvtoory.tMpt.. fiufruffi(m4oayourciican.icrtpgteouif, nua.t ters. John Boiling, Jr., married Mary Jef. ferson. Eleven children. Archibald Boiling married Catherine Payne. Eight children. Archibald Boiling married Anne E. Wigginton. Two sons; two daughters. William II. Boiling married Sallie S. White. Six tons; Ave daughters. mon herd." Mrs. Norman Ualt, who is to marry For th- third time in American his Woodrow Wilson, ts one of tory a President of the United States President tho live daughters of William II. and will take a bride. In choosing to have Sallie S. Boiling. Dr. William A. Bol the ceremony performed at a place ling, of Louisville, Is one of the six other tliaii the White House. Mr. sons. Wilson follows a precedent set by President Tyler, who was msrried in What Would You Do? New York in the Church of the Ascen There are many times wh-- one man aion, President Cleveland, tho only other Chief Executive to be married questions another's actions and motives while in office, was married in the Men act differently under different cir cumstances. The question is, what White House. would you do right now if vou had a DESCENDANT OF POCAHONTAS, severe cold? Could you do better than "She is a descendant of Pocahontas," to take Chankerlain's Cough Remedy? was the first thing the average Virginian It Is highly recommended by people who said yesterday after reading that Mrs. have used it for Years and know its Norman Gall was to be married to the value. Mrs. O. E. Sargent, Peru. Ind., President. Some of the proudest and says, Chamberlain s Cough Isemeuy oiuist tamilies of tho Dominion trace Is worth its weight in gold and I take their decent to the Indian Princess. pleasure in recommending it." For The nearest strain of all is considered sale by all dealers. to be that of the Boilings, and Mra. Gait's maiden name vas Edith Boiling. MARKSBURY It is known that she takes pride in her Our Flour is guaranteed to please. relationship to the daughter of PowhaHudson, Hughes & Farnau. tan. It is the custon now for Virginians to Mrs. J. B. Kemper has returnedafter deny th story, so dear to the heart of (.pending from Tuesday until Friday youth, that Pocahontas saved Captain with friends at Lancaster. John Smith from beingclubbedtodeath A pie supper will be given at Rice by the warrioraof herfather, the Indian academy on the evening of Oct. 23rd. chief Powhatan. About her name, none The proceeds will go to furnish the the less, glows the light of romance. room. The public is invited to attend. As a child she visited the colony at Messrs Elmer and Chester Woods, Jamestown, and nfter she grew up she played an important part in its history. Misses Nancy and Lucile Woods of Lexington, spent the week end at the tine olten interceded for the colonists and finally was looked upon as their home of their grandfather Mr. T. D. diplomatist and emissary. Pocahontas Chesnut. Mrs. r'anny Pollard left Thursday became a Christian in April 1614, and she was married toayoung Englishman. for a several days stay In Lexington John Rolfe. She had beauty, and even with her sister Mrs. Nice Herring. Mr. the prim garb of the English of that Tom Cliesnut accompanied her and will day did not hide her charm. Pictures make a short stay there. which remain of her show her in rulT One of the largest crowds? that evor and tightly fitting gown. assembled on the banks of Dix river When, in 1G1C, she went to England was there Sunday afternoon to witness with her husband, Pocahontas was pre the baptism of about 24 candidates who n meeting at sented at tho Court of St. James bv joined the Lord ana Lady Delaware. The Iiishon Mt. Hebron which closed Sunday. of London gave a reception in her A particular old maid in our town honor. The British metropolis extolled who always talks to agents and ttamps her beauty, and for months this child thrj a bolted screen door, wai recently of Virginia, in her native grace and her confronted by a stranger who was u air of .royalty, which seemed a part of homeseeker. During the conversation her, was tho idol of the social world. the stranger fcaid to her, "who were Pocahontas died in 1617inGravesend. you before you married? Tho bachelor England, and thero she lies buried. The girl answered"just who I was before." story Is that she had married John This sharp answer foiled his friendly Rolfe in the belief that Captain John attempts and he left Smith was dead, and that, meeting The '.militants" who confronted your Smith in England, she was overcome correspondent last week for the non with the old love for him, Bnd so griev appearance of a weekly contribution to ed over having been deceived that she the Record from this point. They are went into a decline and died within a most anxious for a letter and yet thev year. She left one son, Thomas Rolfe, never send a line of news to help out. who was educated In England. He did It is not supposed that 1 know tho not go to Virginia until lftlS, and thero Doings of all the Van Loons' in the he married Jane Proythress. Their country, and they've 'gotta" get busy daughter, Jane, married Col. Robert and send contributions they want a Boiling, and it was at this point in the newsy letter. Some have been very family's descent and its name was nice too, end I thank them. changed from Rolfe to Boiling. It is noted that through all the family history appear Indian names. There GOOD TREATMENT are Powhatan Boilings and Pocahontas Boilings. Occasionally in tho records FOR OILY SCALPP. one finds a fair member called Matoaca, one of the titles of the Indian Princess, Man and women whose hair andscalo and often Pocahontas's plain English are excessively oily have hard work designation, Rebecca the name given keeping their hair In good condition. to her when baptized in the Church of Dust and dirt mingle with dandruff, England. cling to the oily hair and scalp, clog The following record, which is In the scalp pores, stifle the hair roots possession of Dr. William A. Boiling, and make proper cleaning almost Im of Louisville, brother of the Presidents possible. betrothed shows the descent of their Parisian Sage is an Ideal treatment family from Pocahontas: for this trouble. Wash the hair not Pocahontas married John Rolfe. One oftenerthin f"" a week, but use child, Thomas. Parisian Hhl'o twice dally, pouring a Thomas Rolfe married Jane Poy thress llttlo Into the nartud hair and rubblntr One child, Jane. briskly right Into the scalp with the Jano Rolfe married Col. Robert Boi finger tips. It drives out danuruir, disling. Ono child, John. solves the excess oil and stimulates the John Boiling married Mary Klernon. scalp Into healthy normal sction. This One son, John; five danghtcrs. simple remedy can be obtained from It. John Boiling, Sr., married Elizabeth E, McRoberts or any drug counter and - is very Inexpensive, Blair, One son, John Jr.; five daughMahan-Dotso- won CHOLERA, WORMS, COUGH, THUMPS. It riritroTt dt Pmi, rtfuUtrt th towtlt, id. ditrttion and IM and and In f nui,i hoe. la lilltn auicklr. Comit ont lb Ltd month drink nth hot. lor hoi. .nil nnr hit choWra. ikl.nwdltiM PrcTenu tnd Coftt " LaU.t. & Sold in Lancaster, Ky., by J. R. Mount, Son Co. Stock and Poultry Remedies. Ar belter than 'stock food's" aisl ''condition po.wdrs." became they are ami there Is n REMEDY fur rvery ailmrnt of llur see, Cattle, Sviine and I'uulirv ll.TMTirti.r.lt.r bnlld. lit. Inn ami kawk. imi aatM. rr. l Mix H..W.II.r l..r ('hole., M 11 IncnMM.udakt. CAI.-SIN- Mi. OoIIim mm.. tin tl. JNitatiist r Owtk 1 ttlf. Urn iwtll IISMMts. ,,. a l.'4.. 4ntri.iMt .. II,.,. lnrnMiM r.. II On.,. w hi 9 nor- - m HKlMlHBISIC I HmIiu UniM.sja.fM htaUotaklr ..rkn, Sk for us mII lwalllM(tM. mm lUaUferbal. KKNtlllrV r .n.M AMINE PRESCRIPTION FOR ALL RHEUMATISM Ithcuma that is the name of the scientific prescrfptinn that i putting rheumatism out of business. Kheuma cures by driving th? uric acid from the blood. It also acts directly and quickly on tl kidneys, bowels and blood and is better for them than most kidney cures. (ratifying relief romcs in a day, be cause Kheuma acts at ono time on the CO kidneys, stomach, liver nnd blood. cents a bottle at It. E. Mcltobeits and t all druggists. British Dislike Innovation. Interviewing first bocamo fcaturo of Journalism In Great Britain, English leader writers denounrod It as tho most dreadful form which American Impertinence had yet asWhen sumed. Goethe and Burns. Goetho and Ilurns wcro both "In the Goethe front rank" of great men. lived to a venerable ago, whllo Ilurns were first- dlod in the thirties, but both class artists, and proved It. The name of "Scotland's Darling'' will llvo as. long hs giat of the German Olympian. Ideal Metal for Yachts. Monel metal, an alloy resembling nickel, will probably replace steel and bronzo for tho construction of yachts. It la tougher than nickel steel, does not corrode, and rctalna Its bright Aluminum, ness. tho llgntcst ot yacht plates, lasts only a short tlmo salt water. In contact with 'housewives know this is tho truth they, realize tho cost of a ft i single bake-da- y failure. Hut's a why they tuck to Calumet. De on the life lido avoid disappointments uia Calumet next hike- uajr be tutm oljinKorm remits lcn nay calumet u the most economical to bur and to ute It's rote In f'e tiff cn pure In the biking, Order new M M,lta0, www s inlla twrlaat '' ol. iIm nir.iu.. sante.. w.,i'Mit. m, fur CntaU ItaMTMa. Iihm. S,St.at4 II. IVnllry a,.iMt), ran w ki li:.rrll KrMi.lr.Mv. Jap KMdy, Isc. III Kill I' HKMKIIV.tl.. '""""'''I'-ikI iMKai.i ' M, '.rd.r. lt,!th.lS. J. l. W .0ll Hon C. C. & E. STORMES. Druggist LANCASTER. KY. IV CI -- i . Sti A "yflk 9 STOP AT OUR GARAGE When in Danville Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Good Complete Accessories. lino of Tires. Everything in Automobile Prestolite Service. MITCHELL & pick headache, biliousness, nilca and bad breath oro usually caused by inactive bowels. Get a box of llexall Orderlies. They act gently and effectively, field only by us at 10 cents. R. E. McRobsrts SHACKELFORD. Chtap and big canBtldng Powders donot savsyou money. Calumtt Jo.i-li'iP- u,. and fir supsrlor to sour milk and sodZ I Secoml Street. Phono 124, I Danville, Ky. I Ol ISt I The Central Record, Thursday Oct 14, 1915 h Page 3 DEMOCRATIC Jll At Lancaster, Friday, Oct 22nd. and other prominent speakers will be ori hand to address the Democrats of Garrard and adjoining counties. Iill! FAIR, OCTOBER 30, 1915. PROGRAM. prof. M. L. Caneer" Miss Hearst, State Normal School, Richmond Ky. McHenry Rhodes, Stite High School Supervisor, Frankfort. prof. Milton Elliott, Frankfort Ky. Burgoo For Everybody. I Remember the date, Friday, October 22nd, and don't miss it. 77 Music by Brass Band. SCHOOL PHEASANT SHOOTING Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed nowadays. It reflects good taste and ,at once creates a favorable impression. ' CALLED OFF. l Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. The English pheasant drive which was to have bet n "pulled oil" by S. Thurston Mallard, of I.ouiaville. has been "called off. ThH shoot was to have taken place at Mr. Ballard's coun- try home, Glenview, where he was to turn loose 1,000 tame pheasants which were to tie driven before the guns of spoilsmen (7) and slaughtered as these uirui are in bnglahu:. the announce mvnt that there would be no shoot was made after Joseph G Sachs and J. Quincy Ward of the Kentucky Game and rish Commission called upon Mr, Mallard and assured him the pheasant shoot would be detrimental to the en forcement of the game laws. Mr. Ballard has spent much money in rearing these birds but we think it would be far more commendable in him to send them out and help propogate Central Record. L. & N Train Schedule At Lancaster, Kj. AURIVE. No 10; S.OOja. in. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond Louliville; with L & N to Frankfort at Winchester with C 0 tq Lexington &. Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Aihlaml, at Paris to Cincinnati. the sttte with them than to ape the Mritith. Americans who are accustom ed to tramp over the field after gany would hate to see thia precedent es tablisred and then . why has the wealthy gentleman from Louisville any mure right to shoot his pheasants than has John Farra, Woods Walker. Will Uennv or Clayt Arnold? It would cost them $75.00 to shoot one of theirs. to-i- i STANLEY Addresses Immense Crowd Al Stanford. No 71; 8:35 a. m. at To How land Si Stanford connecting Rowland. L Si N to all polntt South NoSd; To Richmond, 11:04 a. m. connecting with L & N to Irvine Si Ileattyville. Lexington Si Cincinnati, Mlddlesboro & Knoxvlllc. No TO: 11:60 b. m. To Hichmond, connecting with train to Cincinnati. fat No 27: 2:00 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Howling Green, and at Ilarditnwn Junction to Ilardstown Si Springfield. No II; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with train to lirlitol & Atlanta. fait Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville, Ky. North-boun- No. 10 No. No. No. No. No. No. No. 4 Cincinnati Express, 4:30 n.m daily Spe- 0:03 cial, daily 28 Hluo Grass Special, daily except Sun.0;08 14 Carolina Special, 7:00 daily Local Express, dully 1 :35 Limited, 5:20 dally 12 Royal Palm, dally.. 6:37 C- a.m. a.m. - njn p.m. , p.m. p.m. South-boun- 6 No. II No. 1 No. 13 No. No. 3 0 1 Express, 11:05 daily Royal Palm, dally..ll:20 New Orleans Lim11:35 ited, dally Carolina Special, 10:15 dally Loea a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. Spe- fjpe- 11:52 p.m. clal, dally No. 27 Blue Grass Special, dally except Sunday, arrives- - 8:15 p.m. For rates, routes and Information call upon or address M. J. Coughlin, agent; 'phone 340, Florida cial, daily 11:35 p.m. The capacity of Lincoln county's handsome court house wm taxed to its limit last Monday, when Hon. A. O. Stanley, Democratic nominee for Governor, opened the campaign there in the Interest of his candidacy and the Democratic ticket. The largest crowd even seen in Stanford gave him an enthusiastic welcome, the meeting being turnee into a genuine Mr. Stanley Democratic love feast. during his speach culled attention to the attacks of Edwin P. Morrow, the Republican gubernatorial candidate, has been making on Barkadale llumlettand said "an examination of the records wilt seow that the activities of our political adversaries have not been hampered by any such compunction and that some of those who are loudest In their condemation of the Secretary of State for an alleged lack of economy in the expenditure of trust funds have out eroded Herod when they had there own cadaverous lingers in the public purse." Ns democrat should allow himself to be gulled by the claims of the enemy. They have no money with which to make this campaign, but llradley's nephew and Hunter's kon both know the "gum shoe" tactics thouiugnly. That's the way they hope to ri'e into ollice. Just bv the surprise route. Urge jour democratic Watch 'em. neighbor to go to the polls and take his neighbor along with him. Kentucky is a democratic state by fifty thousand and Stanley and the rest of the ticket are entitled to the full democratic vote. "Gum shoe" tactics will only win when Go to work you are oil your guard. right now and find out who is who In Tell your county your neighborhood. chairman the condition of things and do your part toward voting and no complaint can be found with you or your democracy. Let's see if we can't ontdo all former elections In the way of big majorities. Let every man do his part In electing Stanley and the several dsys. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams, Miss democratic ticket and just so sure it will be a forerunner of great victory Msyme Lee Ballard, MissCsldwell, and Messrs. Bryan Ballard and Robert Fox tui1910 throughout the nation attended Coburn's Minstrels at LanToned Up Whole System. caster Saturday night. "Chamberlain's Tablets have done more for me than I ever dared hope . Vou Can Enjoy Life for," writes Mrs. Esther Mae Baker, Eat what you want and cot be troubled Sptncerport, N. Y. "I used several with indigestion if vou will take a Dyspepsia bottles of these tablets a few months ago. They not only cured me of bilious VTabltt attacks, sick headaches and that tired before and after each Be!., Sold only by us ZJoabox.' ' out feeling, but toned up my whole " system.' For salt by all dealers. R. E. Me Roberts 11 Satisfied With Little. Tlio Australian bushtnen wish only a shelter from the rain, and If they can find a cave or overhanging rock that To Regulate Stock Running At Large In ItY WILL RICE AMON. will shelter them they will build no Magisterial District No 4 in GarThe lloya Scouts foot ball team will house. It there Is no ruch natural shelter they select a place where play the llerea Hoys Scouts team here small trees or bushes grow together rard County Ky. Friday. arid weave the branches together and Thursday morning the school celebrat cover them with grass. This forms a Notice is hereby given that E. L. ed James Whitcome Riley's birthday by roof to keep off the rain. Woods, and others more thaii 20 names having several of his poems recited at Citizens resident of Paint Lick Precinct chapel exercises. No. 8. on the 14th day of Aug. 1915 filHair Singed by Lightning. ' Tuesday morning Rev. Follltt and A remarkable escape was experi- ed in the Clerks ollice of the Garrard Rev. Pike, of Falmouth, visited the enced recently by a young man In county Court their petition in persuance to Sections Nos. 4646. 4647. 4648, 4649, Mr. Stirlingshire, Scotland. He chanced 465U school during Chapel exercises. and 4651 of the Kentucky Statutes Pike conducted the devotinal exercises. to be out on a moor In tho KUIearn which is an act to regulate stock rundistrict during a thunderstorm. He ning at large in Magisterial District The Lancaster foot ball team defeat iraa bareheaded, and during tho heavy County and State and ed the Richmond High School team here rainfall his balr got soaked. While No. 4, in said whereas on the same date to wit; Friday bv score of G to 4. The Rich crossing the moor his hair was badly August, 14th, 1915, in the same styled mond team was heavier but did not singed, by a flash of lightning, but oth- action E. D. Cooley and over 20 other resident citizens of Precinct No 9, Sled The erwise ho escaped Injury. succeed in making a touch-dowtheir petition in the said County Clerks 4 points were made on a kicked goal office in persuance to Sections Nos. from field. Lancaster scored one touch 4646, 4647. 4648, 4649. 4650, and 4651 of The Camel. down but failed to kick the goal. The When man first saw the camel, be the Kentucky Statutes which is an act next game will probably be played with was so frightened at his vast size that to regulate stock running at large in magisterial District No. 4. in the aforeDanville. ho fled away. After a time, perceiv- said County and State and whereas the ing the meekness and gentleness ot Judge of the Carrard County Court Whr Not Pobltsh It? his temper, he summoned courage the petitions above refered to the enough to approach him. Soon after- Fiscal Court of Garrard County at the When vou want a fact to become wards, observing that he was an an- August Special Term 14th day of generally knowd, the right way is to imal altogether deficient In spirit, he August, 1915, said court after hearing publish It, Mrs. Joseph Kalians, Peru assumed such boldness as to put a the said petitions read by a unanimous Ind., was troubled with belching, sour bridle In his mouth, and to set a child vote of the Court, ordered said election stomach and frequent headaches. She to drive him. Use serves to overcome if desired, bv the voters of all the Magisterial Districts of Garrard County writes, !'! feel It my duty to tellothers dread. From Aesop's Fables. and shall not be confined to any one done what Chamberlain's Tablets have Magisterial District. The Garrard County Court at a for me. They have helped my digesWanted His Orders Direct. special term Aug. 2rd, 1915 in the tion and regulated my bowels. Since A rather quaint yarn concerns a above stvled cause of E L. Woods and using them I have been entirely well." certain general officer who was so others on petition entered an order that For sale by all dealers. lm. misguided as to take his son with an election De held in Magisterial Diyoung strict No. 4 comprised of Paint Lick him as aid. The man, delivering an order to an artil- voting precinct No. 8 and Union preBRYANTSVILLE lery brigadier, who was feeling a bit cinct No. 9 which said election is to be on Tuesday liverish that morning, unwisely said: held the officers of November 2nd 1915 election are ordered and Mrs. R. L. Rose has been visiting in "It you please, my father wants you and directed to open a pole for the purto move your guns to so and so." pose of ascertaining the will of the Frankfort. "Very well, my boy," replied tho bri- voters of such district upon the quesMrs. Ada Ilurke, of Louisville, has gadier. "Now run along and see what tion whethet or not they wish cattle been visiting friends here. your mother wants done!" generally to run at large in said .disYour choice of three grades of coal. trict. Witness mv hand as Clerk of the Hudson, Hughes Si Farnau. Garrard County Court this Sept. 14, Telling Fresh Eggs. Mrs. Eugene Land, of Lexington has To ascertain the freshness of an 1915. been the guest of Mrs. Henry Tomlin-so- egg without breaking, hold It before Attest. J. W. Hamilton, Clerk. a strong light and look directly Mrs. Margaret Parr, of Lebanon, Ind. through the shell. It tho yolk apcame Friday for a visit to her sister, pears round, nnd tho white surroundTo Remain Unsettled. ing It clear, the chances are that the Mrs. Fannv Bryant. Engineers say that among the egg Is fresh Or drop It into water; Messrs. R. I. Ilurton, , C. M. Dean It the egg sinks quickly and remains things that will never be settled are Whether a long screw and Bryan Hallard were in Lexington at tho bottom It is In all probability the following: Is a short ono of Monday for the Trots. fresh, but It It stands on end it It driversamebetter than whether water family; doubtful, and quite bad If it floats. the Mrs. G. Ii. Rose has been in Win wheels run faster at night than they of her sister Tho shell of a fresh egg looks dull, do In the daytime; the best way to chester ot the bed-sid- e whllo that of a stale ono Is glossy. harden steel; which side of tho belt who remains critically ill. should run next tho pulloy, and tbo Mrs. John Peters and Miss Sally right way to laco belts. Peters, of Mackvi'le, were here to see Statement of The Ownership, ManageMr. and Mrs. C. C. Iiecker. ment, Circulation, Etc., Required Mrs. John Davis and children, of lounty Court Days. By The Act of August 24, week-en- d Danville, spent the with Mrs. Hannah Ii. Sweeney. Richmond, 1st. Monday. 1912. Paris, 1st. Monday. Miss Mary Ellen Farley has been Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Of Tbo Central Record published quite sick for the last week but is imHarrodsburg, 1st. Monday. proving and hopes to be out In a few weekly at Lancaster, Ky,, for October Lexington, 2nd. Monday. 1st. 1915. days. Stanford, 2nd.Monday. Editor, J, E. Robinson, Misses Carrie IJoulden ana Besslo Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Managing Editor, It. L. Elkin. Chapman, of Nicholasville, were the Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Business Manager, R. L. Elkin. guests last week of Mrs. J. Hogan Danville, 3rd. Publisher, The Central Record, InBallard. 3rd. Monday Rev, Pat Davis will begin a series of corporated. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Owners; (If a corporation, give its meetings at the Methodist church, Oct. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. 26th. Everybody is cordially invited to name and the names and addresses of Somerset, 3rd. Monday. stockholders holding 1 per cent or more these services. attend Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. of total amount of stock. If not a Messrs. J. C. Williams, J. Hogan LANCASTER. 4th. Monday Hallard, Noah Marsee, Jr., C. M. Dean corporation, give names and addresses Winchester, 4th. Monday. of individual owners.) and W. K. Davis were in Frankfort Monticello. 4th. Monday. J. E. Robinson, Lancaster, Ky. last week for the Ranker's Convention. Versailles, 4th. Monday. Ky. Francis C. Robinson, Lancaster, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Decker are at R. L. Elkin, Loncaster, Ky. home from the Danville Hospital and mortgages and Known bondholders, are getting along nicely. Mrs. Carrie other security holders, holding 1 per Moss, of Jessamine, is with them for cent or more of total amount of bonds SCHOOL NOTES. NOTICE 10: A.M. Parade of School Children. Song, America. Invocation. Welcome Address Declamatory Contest. Reading Address Address 1:30 p.m. Music Address... Dr. H. H. Cherry, President State Normal School, Bowling Greer, Oratorical Contest, Address... Mr. V. O. Gilbert. Frankfort, K- Announcement of Premiums. U i Don't Rip Van Winkleize This Town, Mr. Citizen MONEY TALKS! money here. Make it talk loud enough to wake the town yp. This town will not go to sleep if you spend your Read the bargains in your home paper. WAKE UP! Up you mark to pleased be will we and order money or check us mail kindly. Dollar a us owe you 1915 is paper your on label the if. W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. mortgsges, or other securities; there are none, so state ) None, (If Average number of copies of each Issue of this publication sold or distributed, thru the mails or otherwise, to paid subscribers during the six months preceding the date shown above. (This information is required from dally newspapers only.) R. L. Elkin. The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful law. Hunters and. lest extent of t Fishermen especially take notice. R. L. Elkin Ed & N B Price Mrs. Rebecca J. West. W. R. Cook. James G. Conn, II. C. Arnold. POSTED C. ri n Vnn f- xit-iH Pfnanwlfv1? M If so, You are the man we are looking for. We need about 15 more men here in Kentucky, territory free. We carry a full line of Remedies, Extracts, Spices and Toilet Articles. Our remedies are sealed and stay sealed until the customers get them. No trial mark so tho salesman has no refilling to do. All you need is a horse and, wagon. If Interested, write, J. P. Bland. Subscribed and sworn to before me J. C. Morgan, this 27 dsy of September 1915. W. O. J. II. and W. S. Weaver We will add other names for 25 cents Rigney, Notary Public. (My Commiscssh. sion expires Februhry 9, 1913 FURST a THOMAS, Freeport. 111., or NicholasriUe. Ky. L. D. GARTER, t'age 4 The Central Record, Thursday Oct 4, 1915. 1 S Before Purchasing Your Be just to yourself and visit our COAT and SUIT DEPARTMENT. Fur and Braid Trimmed Suits in all the new materials and leading colors. An elegant assortment of Dress Fabrics and accessories. 8 II FALL SUIT I 4 8 8 Our Shoe Department Is Full Of The Newest In Footwear. J. E. DICKERSON, LANCASTER, KY. TheCehtral Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a year. J. R.L Entered I E. ROBINSON. Editor. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. Iba Toil omce In Uncsiicr, Kj.. Matter. it Second Member Clm Mll end Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., Oclober 14, 1915 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 6.00 "or County Offices 10.00 State and District Offices... . 15.00 .10 . ... Calls, per line 10 Cards, per lino all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per ..10 line ; ".05 Obituaries, per line For For For For DEMOCRATIC TICKET. For Governor, A. O. STANLEY. For Lieutenant-Governo- r, JAMES D. BLACK, For Secretary of State, BARKSDALE HAMLETT. LOGAN, For Attorney-Genera- l, M.?l. For Auditor, R. L. GREEN. For State Treasurer. SHERMAN GOODPASTER. For Clerk of Court of Appeals, R. W. KEENON. For Supt of Public Inatuction, V. O. GILBERT. For Commissioner of Agriculture, MAT S. COHEN, not try to escape or offer resistance. The undertaking greiitly relieved tho tension. It seemed to make theJArabie incident turn wholly upon the question whether the steamship resisted or tried to escape; and as the testimony of the officers and pastengers was overwhelming to the effect that the Arabic was torpedoed without warning, a disavowal from the German Government was ex pected as a matter of course. Then, much to everybody s aston ishment, there was received at the State Department un Sept. 9, not a note." but n "memorandum," in which the German Government mcst deeply regretted the loss of life on the Arabic, especially American life, and added: The German Government is unable however, to acknowledge any obliga tion to grant Indemnity in the matter. even if the commander should have been mistaken as to the aggressive in tentions of the Arabic. Disappointment and vexation were intense. The German Government ap- parently was unwilling or unable to suppoit the reassurances that had been received informally from its Ambassa dor. His optimism, nevertheless, was unfaltering, and with unusual patience and tact he has saved at last a clumsy situation. On Oct, 5, he was able to deliver to the State Depattment a very The different kind of memorandum. German Government does not reject the opinion of its submarine com mander that the Arabic's intentions were aggressive, and yet it does not doubt the good faith of English testi mony to the contrary. Therefore, it regrets and disavows the submarine commander's act, which was against the instructions controlling submarine warfare at the time, and "is prepared 'to pay indemnity for the American 'lives which, to its deep regret, have 'been lost on the Arabic." Further more: The orders issued by his Maiestv the Emperor to the commanders of the German submarines have been made so stringent that the recurrence of an incident similar to the Arabic case is considered out of the question. Obviously, therefore, not only the Arabic case is safely settled, but our whole case against Germany's sub marine warfare is therein conceded. We wonder all the more why the sink ing of the Lusitania remains undis-avowe- For Circuit Judge, CHARLES A. HARDIN. For Commonwealth's Attorney, EMMET PURYEAR. For Circuit Clerk, None of us ever fails to notice an essential and considerable difference between the goring of our own oxen and those of our neighbors, but the W. B. MASON. Germans are notably, and sometimes For Sheriff, amusingly, keen in discovering disG, T. BALLARD, Jr. tinctions of that sort. For Representative, We have been hearing much from II. CLAY KAUFFMAN. them, in recent months, for Instance, about the outrageous behavior of French We are authorized to announce Miss and British aviators who, in their bomb- Jennie Iliggins a candidate for County dropping raids over German territory, School Superintendent of Garrard do not discriminate, as under the laws County, subject to the action of the of war they should, between civilian Democratic primary August 1917. lives and property and thoso that are military. This certainly is a bad busi We are authorized to announce Joo- ness, no matter who does it, but why S. Haselden, of this city. Republican candidate, for Representative at Nov did the uermani wait till the royal pal ace at Karlsruhe was more or less pep. ember election 1915. percd from the sky before they realized the enormity of such deeds? They We are authorized to announce Joe were just as bad In quality when seaside A. Burnside, candidate on Republican resorts on the English coast were sub ticket, for Circuit Court Clerk,, at jected to assaults of the same sort, and November election 1915. there the killing of nurse maids and their charges, of postmen and of elder The sinking of tho Arable by a Ger ly lawyers, was on a much larger scale. man submarine on Aug. 19, an inci Latest and most amazing exhibition dent all the more perilous to friendly of the German ability to sen relations between the United States differences is that given in th official und Germany by reason of the fuct comment on recent operations in the that the destruction of the Luaitania West, issued by the Army Headquar was undisavowed, put a stop to the ters atatr Berlin for home, and forexchange of formidable notes signed eign consumption. by the American Secretary of State The Allies. It sems, did win certain and the German Foreign Secretary, advantages on that line, but they were respectively, with long intervals be- poor things. "Such successes", we tween. It became instead the subject "due to the help ot the munition lets factories of the whole world, Including of a diplomatic correspondence formal and more pressing, the outcome the United States, can by no stretch of of which was awaited with general the imagination be called a brilliant On Sept. J, Count von victory " And of the gains near "Lens, anxiety. DERNSTOKPr, the German Ambassa- "it was not by any soldierly qualities dor, delivered to the Secretary of SUO) o( the English attack, but by a suca, nott in which the German Governcessful surprise and the use of ga'es. . ment was committed to tho principle That last Is Indeed a triumph of the naive. Is it not, then, regarded as will not be sunk by our sub- "soldierly" by Germans to surprise an marines without warning and. without enemy, or is their condemnation of surthe safety of the lives of the provided that the liner do prises reserved for those of which Ger 1 rd. mans are the victims! As for the MRS. BEAM TELLS PROHIBITION TICKET. derogatory reference to the use of asphyxiating gases as,an implement or The Prohibitionists filed their petition device of war, surely even they must OF HER ONE FEAR at Frankfort, Thursday, and will put a have had difficulty in refraining from full ticket in the Meld for State offices, Appetite So Ravenous She Is Afraid smiles as they made it in failing to as follows; appreciate its wild absurdity when comr. Rev. L. L. Pickett, Wilmore. j Board Bill Will Be Raised. ing from the inventors and most persistent users of this dreadful agent. Lieut. T. U. Demarce, Wilmore, Louisville, Ky., Oct. ISth.-M- rs. 1 Governor. Leon S. Beam, wife of a eg Frances E. lieauchamp. Secretary of traveling salesman, who resides with DEMOCRATS MEET AND PER State. her mother in Bardstown, came to M. L. .Moore, Franklin, Auditor. Louisville recently for the solo purpose FECT LOCAL ORGANIZA-T10Adam Carpenter, of Lincoln county. of expressing her gratitude for the re- Treasurer. markable accomplishments of the new William Gregg. Somerset, Suiwrin-tende- medicine, Tanlac. She said; wa-- H of Public Instruction. "I have been frightfully nervous and Leading Democrat In Each Precinct On The ticket was endorsed in Louisville so I was short of breath, nt the convention of the Kentucky and slight noises which did not former-- ! Comniltee. Prohibitionists, waa filed with the ly disturb me, upset my nerves dreail-- 1 P About twenty of tbe leading democ Secretary of State Friday upon the fully. If I had any energy I really completion of a petition signed by 1,000 didn't realize it. I took little interest rats of Garrard county met nt the of W. II. Browm last Saturday and persons signifying their desire to nomi- ' in anything, and when those distressing selected precinct committeman for the nate the persons whose names appeared headaches came upon me I almost d. nine precints of the county. The meet at its hend. My digestion was bad and I had no ing was calico by the Hon. A. B. appetite. Brown, chairman of the campaign com "Three or four does of Tanlac made STANLEY AS GOVERNOR. me feel decidedly better. I have used mittee of this county. Work has begun If the democrats will only come to a whole bottle of Tanlac, and am imin earnest to see that old Garrard is in the democratic column in November. the polls on November 2nd and vote for proved in every way. My digestion is It was decided to have u big day in Stanley .and the entire democratic better, my nerves are in an excellent Lancaster on Friday October 22nd. The ticket, there is no earthly reason why condition, and I have more color and democratic state headquarters promis the entire ticket should not win by an feel stronger than I have in two or Ift D. A. THOMAS. ed to send Senator Ollie M. James to immense majority. We all know now three years. Reallv, I have the most R. L. ELKIN speak in Lancaster on that day and that both Senate and House are ravenous appetite, and my only fear is there will likely bo u number of other absolutely safely dempcratic. Then that my mother will be forced to in-- 1 prominent democratic orators of the what is the use of electing Morrow crease my bond bill." Tanlac, the premier preparation, state present who will address the governor? He would only be a figurepeople of the county on that occasion. head. His votes would amount to noth. that brought such quick relief to Mrs. Protect your labour and rental by Insuring Nothing will be over looked to make ing for they could be passed over his Beam and thousands of others, can be this the biggest democratic occasion head at any time. With Stanley as' obtained in Lancaster at R. E. McRob- your TOBACCO. Rates reasonable. See that has been beld in Garrard County Governor the democratic party will be crts drug store, and in Bryantsville at I in a position to do some valuable demo- Becker, Ballard and Scotts store. in many years. A brass bank will likely be secured cratic legislation. The state would then fil to entertain the people before the receive adequate compensation from BAPTIST CHURCH. speaking begins. The following were' its law makers. If Morrow should be selected to act as precinct meoibers of elected, all the people could hopo for Bible School, 9:45, A. M. would be time and money thrown to the the organization;- Preaching by the pastor, 11, A. M. winds. Our republican friends who Precinct No. 1. Subject. "Christ in the Garden of have the good of the Old CommonGethsemane." W. S. Bettis, James P. Bourne, John S wealth at heart and especially the inNotice! Poultry Preaching service again at 7, P. M. N. White, Thomps Arnold, Jnmes Clark dependent voters can readily see the Subject, "The call of great Man." John M. Farra. uselessness in voting for Morrow. 4-11You are most cordially invited to at-44 Precinct No. 2. Vote for Stanley and theentire demo Ray, A. K. cratic ticket and thereby render your tend all of these services. John K. Sutton, William CURES I A. J. Clere, Pastor. James state valuable service. Anderson, Walker, John Cholera. Gams. Limbernerk. Rnrnv fnnkpr Sanders, Sr., J. B. Lawson. . . r.r . 'rT. jrnvB a noon Precinct No 3. marrnoea and all Diseases or Poultry STANLEY VS MORROW. IO CUSS, MO I AT CAPT. KINNAIRDS Ashby Arnold, J. I. Hamilton, J. W. Compare these men's qualifications Boy Broaddus, Tom Ray, Sweeney, HtQ. aid Gomntted ky J. Rett Croats, Bsrditswa. Kr. Met JOc tt til TEAM WINS. for the office they seek, First Stanley JrnUu. Doc Lee. OLO UV No. 4. interesting and well played is a man of more mature and trained Precinct In an R. E McRoberts. Druggist. Lancaster, Ky. experience. Morrow is really, just Greene Bowling, Eugene Ruble, Dr. game. L. 11. b. toot Ball Team won. entering the school of politics. Stan-le- y the first game of the season, by outU. C. Rose.'R. I. Burton, M. O. Kenis endowed with a vigorous and playing the strong squad from Richnedy, Logan Ison. Morrow, mentality, while mond by the neat score of 6 to 3. The strong Precinct No. 5. visitors outweighed the local team but though he may possess the equivolent, Wm. Glass' Bud Duncan, J. Clay nevertheless the sturdy Eleven under fails in knowing how to put it into advantageous effect and Stanley can not Williams. Walter Davis, Bob Barker, coach Colson fought the harder. N. J. Gosney. Tbe first quarter was nothing more become perturbed in times of excitePrecinct No. 6. than the ball being run down and up ment, while Morrow would certainly Thomps Hill, Sr., James Locker, the field by best sides. It was in the lose his bearings. Stanley has a long Robert Long, Ed! Arnold. N. K. Bogie, second quarter that the Richmond and successful experience In the affairs R. W. Sanders. Eleven made their first and last three of politics, whilo Morrow is only a new Precinct No. 7. which counted beginner. points by a drop-kicStanley can most eloquently explain After the ball was William Watson, Donalson Jones, them three points. Sebastin, B. F. Kelly, Nat Prew-it- t. agujn kicked off to Richmond, Lancas the common meaning of things, while John ter gained ft after the third down, and Morrow adopts himself nearly exclu Tom P. King. was carried right through the lines by sively to adjectives. One trying to Precinct No. 8. end runs and foVward passes, by make plain his meaning in as perfect Wm. Marshbanks, John Broaddus, R. DickersQn, Walker, Marsee, Herron oratory as can be, while the other only Mc- C. Boian. Walter Center, E. C. by a flighty and Acton. The latter one succeeded beautifies his utterances Wharter. George Mitchell. in taking tbe ball from a forward pass meaningless endeavor. Stanley trained in the arta of politi Precinct No. 9. When to within one yard of tho goal. Kb Cooley, Eb Bentley, George Sut- Wilmott with ease took the "Pig skin" cat economy and tho logical working of ton, James Hamilton, Jr., Tom Stigall, over the line of the winning score for affairs of state, while Morrow has not reached the elementary excercises of' Eb Cook. Lancaster High School. There will be another meeting of the Tbe Third and Fourth quarters were the first rudiments of political economy. Stanley is u man possessed of greut committee 'it W. II. Brown's office in played like the First. The visitors the Central Record Buildingat2o'clock tried several Forward pusses but to no forensic power and a gift of eloquence Saturday and as mtny of the committee avail, being broken up by Marsee. few in our Southland have ever been so given by nature, while as can conveniently do so are asxed The following were players und sull- - fortunately to meet on this occasion to talk over stiiutes, used by the High school who Morrow, eloquent and brilliant, patand help to complete the plans for the took the visitors into camp for victories terns alter the modern day Fourth of big rally on Uc toner !aa. to Lancaster High; Oivens, banford, July orator. Stanley has fplendid will power, Acton, Herron, Wilmott, Walker Mgr. by a strong and brilliant intel. CHOICE STOCK. Kinnulrd Supt., Marsee, Eldridge, backed lect, while Morrow possesses brilliancy of the RECORD appears Nevius, Terrill, Conn and Amon. In this issue of the highest type he still lacks suffTime of quarters, 12J minutes. 1 the advertisement of John U. Wathen icient will power to make u first class Referee, Col. A. M. Ogg. of Lebanon, Ky., announcing his an governor. Unpire, Wine. nual public sale of live stock, that has Take your choice. Time Keeper. "20" Miller. made bis Highland View Stock Farm should go Tbe Lanc"i" "Rootera" famous. He is offering twenty-tw- A . i neau Ul iliur.es, iweiitjr i i uii .muiei, to these ball uuiues and encourage the iicuu thirty-twDuroc Jersey hogs and a boys. number of black Poll Angus cattle, Tbe President seemed to let go und will relieve your indigestion. Many vThis is an opportunity for some one to people la this town have- used thea; get.some rare bargains and on easy allow Sir Isaac Newton's law of Graviof A tation to have its way, In the hope that and wo lavo yet to hear knowcase where-' terms as the sale will be made cn tbe forhave failed. We he would win the love of one women and they twelve months time with bankable inula. Bold only by us 25o a baix tho admiration of them all. It was no note. Read the advertisement on page R. E. McRsbsrts Ky. idle dreams, it was no barren Ideality. seven. Gov-erno- FOR RENT n ' N of-fl- ! '16. Tobacco, hemp, corn, meadow, wheat and grazing land. The best stock ter. Two tobacco barns,one stock barn and good resile dence. Cash rent. 1 3tf acre farm for rent for dl-- A.H.Bastin&Son ! ' Tobacco Housed THOMAS & ELKIIV, I I I Atant. ft I fR Raisers JL kl' Our Big Sale and get Cm k is still on in Full Blast. Come argains While They last o All persons knowing them selves indebted tox us either by account or note will please call and settle, as we are. closing up our business. Thanking you for past favors. 1 o - Becker, Ballard & Scott PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, The Central Record, Thursday Oct 14, 1915 THE NEWEST OF Page 5 IS A SPLENDID TIME NOW THE NEW. In Fur Trimmed and Tailored Suits and Cbats a t popular prices." Our cabinets have been replenished with anew shipment of Suits. Wonderful values, fore buying. See To buy your Suit and Coat. Our department is full of super? creations-Grace- ful them be- in cut, trimmed in exquisite taste. Our Suits are the best most stylish and most serviceable we have ever shown. See them. THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE Exclusive L,ndie COMPANY. Outfitters. J YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. About Quick Meal Mailable Range Gossip vsv People A At $50.00 Dollars Triple Walls, Steel, Asbestos and Steel Inside Lining, Enameled Steel to Prevent Rusting. A RrUf Mtfitlon of' the Comings and Goinji by Those wt Arc :ntruttd In. Mrs. Annn Ilailey spent Sunday In Stanfonl with relatives. Mr. Collis Harmon of Florida was guest at Hotel Kengarlan for several days. Mrs. J. M.. Casey is at home from a visit to Mits Gertrude Wilkerson of Stanford. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Jennings and children spent Sunday with relatives in I'aint Lick. Misses Mittie and Mary Lee Dunn guest of Master were the week-en- d Louis Ilroaddus. Mrs. V. Pi Ice and daughter. Miss Mamie Stormes Dunn were visitors in Danville Saturday. Mr. Edgar Colson was h popular young visitor in Lexington from Sat' urday until Monday. Mr. and Mrs. II. Clay Hamilton and Mrs. Hallie Hamilton Dunlap tmotored to Islington Saturday. Mr. "James Tucker and family of Crab Orchard have taken up their residence in Lancaster. Dr. and Mr. J. J. I'ursley and Mrs. Stella Sanders Perkins will leave this week for a stay in Virginia Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ballard of Stanford motored over and spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Leavell. J. R. Mount, Buy a 1916 Son & Co. It Mrs. K. 1). Wilkerson is in Stanford Miss Lilly Noel was quite successful for a visit to relatives. with exhibits of fancy work at the At! Mr. W. J. Romans was in Cincinnati Hopklnsville and Paducah fairs the former he was given ten and at for a business stay of several days. Danthe latter three first premiums. Mrs. Ilreathitt Brown has returned ville Messenger, 10 days stay at Elixor Springs. from n Mrs. J. S. Johnson, Miss Charlie El-Mr. and Mrs. II. I). Frye of Hubble more and Mr. Bruce Pollitt have respent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. 0. turned from Louisville whorq they atliogie. tended the Interdenominational State While In Mr. and'Mrs. Ed Hays of Louisville' Sunday School convention. are hero and guests nt the Gulley Louisville Mrs. Johnson visited her sister, Mrs. Armp Elkin. House. The following sbcial affairs were Mrs Jas. 11. Witt is at home after a recuperative stay of 10 days at Elixor given in honor of Mrs. Rockwell Smiths, recent guest. Miss Nora Kennedy of Springs. A Owensboro. reception by Mrs. The Chautauqaa Circle met Tuesday Smith, a Rook party by Miss Tommie afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred Francis, a Sewing partv by Misses P. Frisbie. Jane and Mary Doty, a reception by Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Murphy of Liberty the Misses Gill and also a reception by guests of Mr. and Mrs. Miss Emma Doty. were week-en- d 1 ""' Vti......., Phone 76: I Repairing clothes is a knackish pursuit, so let Kirk the tailor repair them Wanted all kinds, of junk, Iron. Bones, Rags, Rubber and all old Brass. Zink and Copper. H. B. NorthcottT We sterilize your clothes while pressing them, killing all disease carrying germs. Kirkjhn Kleaner. Coal, Coal Lay in your coal while It is cheap. We sell Red Ash Jellico and Red Ccm- -' et Block, Straight Creek and Ideal Jel- liro round. Special price this month. H. B. Northeott. tf. Montr To Loan. Money in sums of $2,000, or over at 5 per cent to loan on farming land in Garrard County. Write or phone, E. D. Pennington. Stanford. Ky. Wanted. hickory nuts, 1000 bushels chestnuts, 1000 bushels war-nut- s, 1000 bushels hemp seed and ten Bailev & Moss. cars of hay. 1000 I , I , J. 0. Bogie. DAKOTA JACK J STUDEBAKER 4 Cylendar $885.00 TOURING CAR 6 Cylendar $1050.00 Charlie IJohon, of Lebanon will be at Mr. Paul Hilton, of Paris, is here for W. II. Burton's mule barn next Tueshis sister, Mrs. day morning to buy army horses and B'few days visit to Malcom House. mules. Those having such stock fpr Miss Eiiza Ison of Bryantsville is sale should havejthem thereon that day. visiting her sister Mrs. W. A. Dicker-so- n and family. GETS NO PAY. Mrs. J. (J. CarjHicter and daughter The new law on the assessment of Miss Josephine of Stanford were visit- dogs is very strict and provides a ors here Tuesday. severe penalty for the owners of dogs Jesse Arnold of Frankfort was called who fail to list their canines. The law here by the critical illness of his father also imposes strict regulations upon Mr. W. A. Arnold. the assessor and forces him W list dog. The arsessor, however, is Mr. and Mrs. Luther Foley of Lex- every not allowed any pay for assessing dogs- - Mrs. Sarah Hurt is at home after a pleatant visit to relatives in Lexington and Danville. YOUR CHANCE. b Stanford Motor Car Co. J. W. ACEY, Manager. ington motored to Lancaster for a visit to Miss Sallie Tillett, ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at for a nice Lunch, also Everything in Soft Drinks EE3Q DC S liaw A Check for the money you ovc and note how much more res- pectfully your creditors regard you- They like to do businoss with a man who has nn account at the Garrard Bank & VERY GRATEFUL. Mesdames Lilly Holtzclaw and W. C. Withers of Lincoln were recent guests Judge M. D. Hughes is very grateful for a commission he has just received Miss Bessie Chapman of Nicholas. of Mrs. Anna Ilailey. ville is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. 'J. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Johnson are from Governor McCreary appointing Hogan Mallard at Hryantsville. being congratulated since the arrival him a delegate to the seventh annual convention of the Southern Commercial I'rofessor and Mrs. D. W. Uridges, of a son in their home. Congress, to be held at Charleston, S and little sons were guests Friday of Mr. Ed Price left this week for a C. on the 13 to!7day of December next I'rofessor and Mrs. M. L. Caneer visit to his cousins Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Should his health permit, Judge Hughes Miss Jennie Duncan is at home after Price near Winchester. hopes to attend this convention. a visit of several days with her sister. Mrs. Wni. Elliott and little son, are Mrs. Charlotte Warren of Stanford. BURDON-COBat home after a visit to Lexington, Miss Bessie Turnerof 1'aynes Depot Richmond and Frankfort, Mr. Merritt Cobb, of lower Carrard who has been with relatives here for Miss Lucy Joe Marsee of Paint Lick and Miss Jennie Bunion, of Jessamine several weeks returned home Monday. spent several days last week with her county were united in marriage at the residence of Mr. J. I. Hamilton in this Mesdames W, 0. Mason and V. R. sister, Mrs. Mack Turner. city last Monday morning, Rev. Bell, Cook are at home alter a pleasant visit Jack Rest has returned to Wichita pastor of Pleasant Grove church ofto Mrs. Hoy Asa Hayneg of Hillsboro, Falls. Kansas, after a visit with Lan ficiating. They were accompanied by Ohio. caster and Garrard relatives. Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Cobb, the former Mrs, Marshall C. Denny entertained Mr. and Mrs. .lack Doty of Lexington being an uncle of the groom. the Woman's Presbyterian Missionary Society at her home on Lexington were guests from Saturday to Tuesday of Miss Lena Bright find Master Gayle Avenue. TODD-COLLINS. Trust Go. They know he Is doing business in a buslrrss like way, Iietter open such an account even if your affairs are not large. Thev will grow nil right. bright little daughter Margaret, were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. ilohon Campbell of Stanford. Mrs. Chas Dearlngcr and children of Richmond returned home Wednesday after n pleasant visit to their cousin. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Hall and Mrs. L. Manuul. Mrs. Herburt I'rice and sister, Miss Mary Goodloo Lackey of Denville were up for a shert visit to Mrs. D. M. Lackey and daughter. , Mr. and Mrs. Sam Helm of Huston-vill- e, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rankin of Danville spent Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Hayden Leavell. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. McElhannon left Thursday for Atlanta Ga., for a visit to his parents, after a pleasant visit with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jones. Miss Ida May Grant returned Saturday night from a fUlt of G wwiU tu her aunts, Mesdames S. M. Gates of Washington. D. C, and Frank Moore of Norfolk. Va. Reverend L. L. l'ickett, Methodist minister and prohibition candidate for governor delivered a temperancelecture to a good crowd Sunday night nt the Christian church. The first meeting of the Chauqauqea Circle was held at the home of Mrs. Frank D. Marksbury on Danville street. After a business meeting inviting rev freshments were served. Mr. Gowen Iiourne of Lancaster, has entered the Danville Business School for the Mill course. The graduates of this school are taking high rank In the business world. -- Danville Advocate. Doty. Miss Leila Beatty was called to Rich mond by a telegram announcing the sudden death of her brother Mr. Frank Beatty. Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith and little daughters will leave soon for Danville to visit her parents Hon. and Mrs. C. C. Fox. Friends will regret to hear that Afisa May Powell, a student at tho Richmond Normal was so unfortunato as to sprain her ankle. Mrs. Ike S. Dunn and daughters, Misses Laura and Mary Lackey, have been visiting her parents, KJr. and Mrs The Garrard Bank & Trust Company i We are showing all the latest styles In Pi J. D. Gulley. Misses illinery in both large and small hats. Call and see them. Rella Arnold Francis. Also nice line of Childrens Hats. and Anna Clara Collier, Katherine Middleton and Mary Gray of Crab Orchard were recent shoppers in Lancaster. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Carpenter and son, J. T , of Versailles returned home Sunday after a visit of two weeks with relatives here. J. 0. liogie has returned from Louis ville where he went to consult a stomach specialists and lias been confined to his room for several days Lieutenant John Paul Miller, wife and bright little son left last Friday for a visit to Louisville, after which they will go to New York, to visit Mrs. Miller's relatives. The Annual Silver Tea will be held at the Presbyterian cburctr- - on the evening of tha.29th. Not only are the members liWlted, but others as well, as these affairs hsvo proven enjoyable occasions. Sawmill with inserted tooth saw. Tilt, saws arc new. One 18 II. P. Geiser sawmill engine on wheels, in A 1 shape J. E. STORMES DRUG STORE. Will sell on R. E. McROUERTS DRUG STORE carrying 125 lb pressure. Miss Eliza Todd of this citv and Mr. terms to suic customer. Louisville, motored to LANCASTER. KY. J. O. Collins of Leslie T. Bradshaw. BOONE SANDERS General Store, Dnnvilla on last Thursday and were KY. united in marrriago Rv. II. C. Gar- HUBBLE. rison, the Christian minister officiating. The bride is the attractivo young daugh 20 YEARS TO VOTE FOR TOM BALLARD. ter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Todd, and FARM LAND-a recent graduate of the Lancaster For Sheriff High School, while the groom is u son PAY. To the voters of Garrard County:-- lt Dr. Charles Collins of Louisville and of Fertile farms in Western Canada jerved 0 years in the United States is generally known that the Isle Army, having been for 3 eurs in Ihe offered by the Canadian Pacific Railway Curt A. Robinson was elected sheriff Company. Productive soil, good cli- of Garrard county by one of the largest Philippines. mate, ready markets, fine churches and majorities ever given any man, und schools, unexcelled transportation, all that George T. Ballard Jr., was his REVIVAL SERVICES. conveniences and opportunities of best chief deputy, George T. Ballard Sr., The services which began ut the farming districts anywhere. Prices his father, being u partner with Mr. Methodist church last Monday night $11 to $30 an acre; irrigated jund from Robinson in the emolument or fees of conducted by Dr. Pike, mention of $35. Loan of $2,000 to assist practical the office. If Mr. Ballard .is elected which wasinade in our last issue, is farmers in irrigated districts. Twenty for the two years, yet remaining of the increasing with interest at each service years to pay or sooner at your option. term, he is pledged, and justly so, tu and Indications point to ono of the best Long before your final payment is duo give the widow of Mr. Robinson half meetings ever held in tho citv by this your farm will havu paid for itselt. trie profits or fees of the office, which The singing is one of Also some improved farms with houses, as certainly belong to her as any pro-- ( denomination the features of the meeting which will barm, wells, fencing etc, wi the same perty he left her. The truth Is, an offavorable terms. Interest in all cases fice is a most sacred property right, be-- j cjntlnue for several weeks. only 6 per cent. Tuts offer is based on ing bestowed by the people, tho t good land; wo offer those terms because authority, and it would buthegrua-- ' BUYS ANOTHER. we know a farmer on our lands can "be seat injustice to deprive the holders of James Hatcher, who has the mail successful"; ho can live well and save such property of their rights. It is line to Lancaster, on Saturday pur- enough to pay lor his farm. Western not believed that the voters of Garrard naturally suited to county will ovorlook the prinuipl chased a handsome new Overland au- Canada lands are of Mr. growing grains, fodders, vegetables, justice and equity in this race. If the tomobile to be used in his work. Hatcher will now have two machines dairying und raising horses, cattle, office belonged tu Robinson and Ballard to haul passengers, and will make a hogs, swine, poultry. Cash in o'i the before Mr. Robinson's death, the rv-- i Don't delay; the mainder of the term belongs is Ballard specialty of carrying passengers on high grain prices. Write f and Mr. Robinson's widow. He is a best land will be takn first. Sunday and to other cities. If the voters will ealmlv easMuler very obliging official and quite popular today for free handbook and full in on his route, over which ho has been formation to Mr. R. B. Thompson, this, as a matter of right and jus tie, carrying the mall for many years, Distnet Representative, Canadian Pac- they'will not recall or revoke what they Mrs, Hatcher oftciv runs tho machine, ific Railway, Department of Natural have done, and Tom Bsllard will bt and Is really "the 'pss" of the busi- Resources, 112 W. Adams St., Chicago elected by an overwhelming majority. 10.14.4t. Adv. Illinois. Fair Play. ness. -- Danville Mestinger-- , One double Gaar-Scott The Northwestern Cowboy's Great Indian Remedies still creating big excitement and a big sale still continues all over the country. HAD TO GIVE UP HIS TRADE Bristol, Tcnn., To all who sulTered at I have for the past 20 years I have had a bad stomach trouble. It seemed that everything I would eat would hurt my stomach. I would have smothering spells .and al most die. I had a good trade running a linotype machine and worked at this '10 years and finally hud to give up my trade on account of my stomach i, was so weak. Four years ago, to make matters worse, I became alllictcd with rheumatism, which completely put me out of business. I have tried ail kinds of doctors and medicines. Nothing would do me any good, so I was getting worse. Seventeen days ago I began taking DAKOTA JACK'S INDIAN HERBS and now I am thankful to say my rheumatism is all gone. I eat any thing I can get and any time I can get It, Last night after eating supper I ate half of a blackberry cobbler pie and it never hurt me at all. If I had done this four weeks ago I would have died. I am feeling fine and working now and sleep at night like a baby. It's wonderful, and I hardly know how to thank DAKOTA JACK for putting his remedy on sale at Turner's Drug Store, where 1 obtained it. Yours for good health, ' W. T. GALLIHER. (Better known as Murphy,) Headquarters for all of Dakota JacK 'a Indian Remedies. Where you get a bottle qj DAKOTA JACK'S COWBOY LINIMENT FREE with every J1.00 45 days treatment bushels Reward. Will pay a liberal reward for the return of overcoat and bear skin rug, stolen from my buggy on Depot street last Saturday night. Walter Flannery. 5 1- -2 per 51-- 2 per ct 5 Years 5 Loans made on real estate. If you need cheaper money on long time, sea me about it. G. B. Snynebroad, Lanccster, Ky. Tobacco Stalks. Wanted to buy tobacco stalks. Writs G. F. Vaughn Tobacco., Lexington, Ky.. stating number of acres and nearest shipping point. For Sale. 30 and 5G inch ' high-jes- ' Page 6 T The Central Record, Thursday Oct 14, 1915. OilS Noted IT KiPUNG Aulhcr Dsscribss lleged Types Aiong CapA- oreil or mutilated or ued ns a protection ngnlcst bullets. It Is not that these men nra nngry or violent. Thy do not wnsto time In that way. They kill him. le-- AMERICAN WOMAN ( aMoealeeaMeJoAeBfeaafe4da4aAI I . Sheer Tragedy Wlitn Tommy Mils And Klooms tl-- I , ; DERELICT USED AS I OF THE FRESCHL See Little "Boy fiapol-ns- " Chance cf M rami's Baton In This War. C ASSPRTSI;rj I . pl Raid-yar- d tures tsrmans. to Jiu wr, who bum have I rom llobert llcclt. former owner or i Cl,f v( tj10 v Fine Cut Flowers. uns come a inxicau uusiness K,t ,H)M, lpr ,irIt.t UMllrr Little Human Enlbish There. to Uls friend. Charles timml. a vivid; ,.,,. ,,, , . A lifetime spent In watching bow tho -M. letter on uu... vnr eiicruuce. iiccki of. stivmers III the lower iwrt ot me ,. . cat Jump doca not make lion tamers. w " pulf. tho Miami when Informed of the Hut there is very little human rubbish tnored nutomoblle knocking about Trance to hinder the "I am plnd to hnyc the chance to nppmachlng hurricane made fHst to work or to darken counsel There Is, tell you that 1 am alive, and tlmt Is the esel with n liawser, weathered u u too, the sure knowledge ot what has the en Into oieuii all," the letter says. "My hair Is near gale that "kk-kehappened to one's own llcsli nnd blood ly white now. I am soiry to tell )ou tains" and with the etcopttoti of one In tho (lower of the enemy a few score that I nm deaf nml dumb through accident. In which the heavy sens swept miles nvray. Above all, there Is n little I nm u motur-- (lunner iMrncii off Ids fin t ami lKiln shock nnd wound. thlnp called "the houor of civilization" cycle dispatch bearer und urtnorwl car fully Ikjurwl hit latck, reuchnt Key Lick, Kontfoky which Prance U attached. to The driver. West linno the woro for her exjierl tunt lc ln' ,is pinco mfnnest man "1 was driving u sixty horseiiowcr encc. ,3 ,,ornlt,., t0 i,ci to uphold It and. I armored car. I could not driie fait This is the story ns reiwrted to the 11. Casey, I). V. 1. tnlnki I)0ar9 umgclt tncrof(tf0 wlUl dls. enough through the dead IkkIIcs betreasury by tho couimnnder of tho nlty. cause tho dead bodies and horses were Mlatnl; This Is written In a garden of smooth so thick tbnt 1 could not get through. "Wireless reports told- of the ni turf under n copper beech beside a All nt once- - a shell hit my car and proach iu a htirrlcaue aud Indicated glassy mlllstream where soldiers of gn ilcnjblow it up. itiiir ftm Mlnml vnii1,1 lu ill rnrt lr In (hi Grnduotp Cincinnati Vclcrinnry Alpine reBluients nre writing letters 1 Sovorn . , nrm ,rll M..lt know have tcn . When they got me from underneath l homo while tho guus shout up nnd deeoratcj lV ktn.. r tl)(l ii0iRUlnH tbo wrecked car I was deaf and dumb. College. ,ml ,aVe Uv fur llv MIaln, to vnlley. down the narrow for conspicuous bravery I- -I guess Td with my ribs crushed and sp no hurt WM. from lt,r Ul, nwuy from Oillce at W. II. Ilurtcn'a Sale Stable. A Breat wolfhound who considers ua,p tbat mpp(. to nic than The other three men I carried with Medals His Only Decoration. the vcntct of Ull, olm pmI( nre himself ln charge of the old fashioned anything I ran think of." The Missing Wine. Night Thone 211. mo iu tuc arniorcu cur were mown 10 KO lIlalcult , Hut for his medals Hi ore. was noth(ial,t, nml nri, mlcn n understand I "ils- Woman Become, Ch.uff.ur. Or a fat old lady making oration ing in the governor to show that be farmhouse cannot quite menace to commerce-- tliat I.lctitrucnt , . . . 1.13 UWIl-.U, agalmt some wicked )ouug conscripts was not English. Ho might have come This was a month ago. Tho doctors lm1tCt Iue Mlam), .iided a the who, sbo says, know what IiapiicueU s.ra.shtfrom nt, Indian frontier com-i'- " jad women nre brave with courage have tried to bring my speech and , , ,nke cll!mrc of ,,ullnc Mj ,irb,e I mand. One notices this npproxlmatloc des logis. the Iron man, who drives the hitherto undreamed of to a certain bottle of wine, "and ,., A chum of ucunuB uu... uu. mr ..umivu notw thstand ng the nit- J- meant It for all yes. lor all of you of type lu the higher ranks, nml many big car.you are Trench, little one." says Mrs. Coder's, n girl who has lost five doctors say tbey will come back hi p reaching storm. "Hut brothers nnd six cousins In the war. Is time, because now my nerves nro shatthis evening Instead of for the thieves of the Juniors me cut of tho same Tho Hawnr Shifted. who stole It yes. 1 tell you. stole It." cloth ns ours. They get whatever fun the giant with n yearning nrni around now running tho nutomoblle of a fatatered through hardships. PUNCRAL DIRECTOR "At S p. el llghtulng streaked the lly nt whose home she was formerly Tho whole street hears her. So docs may be going. Their performances nro the child. "Charlie, 1 am tired of killing people. picking the an honored guest She cats lu the servOfllce Over National llank very slowly "Ves." officer who pretends not 10 nnd the ns Incredible nnd outrageous us the driving nn armored car southeast and by midnight the wind the I have been speak Trench, ants quarters that tho mcti amused half battalion up the road. language ln which they describe them French words, "I can't chauffeurs with three Maxim guns Inside of It was n strong gale, with accumulating Ileaidence Thone 3. Office I'hnne 27 nm Trench." . but I may bo free to fight She afterward Is bold but convincing. Tho young men express tienltcm-oand three men working the guns. They Intensity. The uext morning It was I.ANCASTEK. KY. The small face disappears hi the big "Dut England Ls still itslecp." Mrs. flro SOU shots a minute, and 1 carry blowing n whole gale out of the north-northeaprowls like a thunderstorm, but, softenI overheard the tall end of a yarn told beard. Somehow I can't Imagine the Dodcr declared "As a fighter the avcr-- 10,000 rounds Inside the car. The car kicking the sea Into mouning at last, cuffs and drives them af- by a child of twenty to some other logis killing babies, even fectionately before her. They are all babes. It was veiled In the obscurity marecbal des officers, now sketching nge Englishman Is a topping success. I weighs four tons, so you can sec what tains. , rapidly falling bnniturtcr and If his superior the fury of but ho uonts to do the proiier thing J I have a driving ralii Increased one family. of tho French tongue, nnd the points scene of tho war. were to order It even nt the battle front. Why, I have tun we have on the battlefield. oar forty the storm. I'p to this point the Miami Or tho girl at work with the horses were last ln shouts of laughter, but I the socu times when 1 drove my For All Kinds of with her tow 1ml Iwu fairly weather seen boys work nnd pull every string mun nu Uaar lata a regiment, ln a plowed field that is dotted with imagine the subaltern among bis An Old Monastery. lng the gale, beading up to the sen. but they could to get In one of tho bo called -graves. The machine must avoid each equals displays Just as much reverence Wo Uaye crusucii men to death by soon ' The great building must once have she regiments, especially the gun- - the sacred plot, so, bands ou plow hilts. for his elders nnd betters as our boys been a monastery. Twilight softened royal'corpsdriving. I have had my radl-ners- - commenced was unable to hold up and to roll heavily. They knew it meant ccr-- l aU) ,hlct ,vtu tlooJ nm, Sylng forward, she shouts do. The epilogue was as old as both of ber hair its gannt wings. In an ungle of which tain death, but theydld It lax-uusIt nrms aU(1 , The hawser was thetvuion shifted ,,tucW out of mr wuccls. and wrenches till ber little mother armies. they had collected fifty prisoners pickfrom th towing, bltta nft nnd brought runs up and swings the team out of, "Arid what did he say then) Oh. the ed up among the hills behind the mists. ln through the liow chock, the engine usual thing. lie held his breath till I Trior Htnml In ftnnin sort of mil un rr . the furrow. ..1 ...i - U III'UI. I UUI 1 wum 1IU IUU IU j uajv i.nn. stopis.d, and the Miami allowed to Kvery aspect and detail of life In thought he'd burst; then he damned formation preparatory to being march. fighting thnt 1 b'", baj" to the derelict ns a sen anchor. ride f for ber life. Some of her wiser1 0nft,0Ut It France seems overlaid with a smooth , me lu heaps, and I took good care ko m ntr.- i upr rpri iirrssoti in Ennui r mma a.. (i e i.., iui; mn.u i i uju . waa it splendid piece of seamanship to v w uuk i uit? patina of long continued war, every- keep out of his sight till next day, This summer has Usmi bad for filea. shift the hawser In the circumstances. De-- people sit back nnd the color or grass that might navo Just watch events Dut officially and ln the high social longed to any army. Two wore spec- millions of files around us as thing except the. spirit of the people, in self righteous complacency. several hearr seas brukn aver tha Their Thcro were 1 and that is as fresh and glorious us the atmosphere of headquarters their man- fades, and I counted eight faces of tho ego Is so colossal nothing has yet sbafc-fift- y because there are thousands of eead I m- ."f. ,hom."r,:pt Phone ners and their meekness are of the sight of their own land lu the sunbodies of men and bor.es not burled . Ofllce Hours 1 V p.l2. , which were nsynimetrlcnl, out of en It 229. I Ito4-ito9fuuiii--i wmuvu uu uls im nun Mi j a m most admirable. Thcro they attend drawing on one side. 1 shine or the Frenchwoman. common people In England do properly. The LsM.es are thrown any hb, ta The devoutly on tho wisdom of their sen"Some of their later drafts gave us not care n continental about the war, nuciu. City the Kaiser Needed. iors, who treat them, so It seemed, M. K. Denny anil W.A. Wheeler Oil Had No Effect. that type," said the Interpreter. and they do not hesitate to say so. We found a city among the bills with affectionate confidence. "At 7 a. m. the storm bad reached One of them bad been wounded ln Tbey know how much depends on PARCEL POST TO BOOM TRADE. Doctors Of Dental Sarftrj. hurricane force, blowing with a velocwhich knew Itself to be n prize greatthe head and roughly bandaged The them, and they are making a great The Front That Never Sleeps. ly coveted by the kaiser, for truly it others seemed all sound Most ot them show of imradlog their Importance. Three Government Departments Join ity of between ninety and a hundred OBlte: Stormee BnlldlDinTei Hurl A Audtr When the day'a reports are In all looked miles an hour. Tho seas were enorwas a pleasant, a desirable and an In at nothing, bat several were Tbey take the whole sidewalk, the laeon't nrntinre dlote. In Plan to Increase Export Business. mous and broke heavily. The oil seemsolent city. Its streets were full of along the front there Is a man, an ex- - vividly allvo with terror that cannot borers do. nnd tbey almost seem to . LANCASTER, Tbo jiostofflce department the fed- ed to hnro but little effect during KENTUCKY, pert ln the meaning of things, who keep the eyelids still, and a few waver gloat over life. It boasted un establishment as this the numbers of tbo royal eral trade comml-slo- n and the depart- period Tho cutter was euveloinsl In a big as llarrod's full of buyers, and its bolls them down for that cold official ed on the gray edge of collapse. Tbey families und the nobility who have ment of commerce have Joined bauds whlto smother of ralti and sirny and women dressed and shod themselves digest which tells us that "there was were the breed which nt the word of been killed. ln a plan looking to u gigantic boom In ; we with care and grace, as befits ladies the usual grenade fighting nt command had stolen out to drown wo-- ! " 'Sure, It's tbclr fight: let them go American foreign trade through the the derelict was swept clean by the seas and submerged more than half who at times may bo ripped Into rags made an appreciable advance at -- ," men and children; hnd raped women to It,' ls i bo nttitude. The nobles, medium of foreign parcel the time. hv bombs from ncronlnncs. And there etc. they say. nru fighting for their castles In the streets at the word of command The poMuffico department Is notklng Tho original material comes "About 7 JO . m. the barometer In and always at the word of command was another city whose population and their land. We hare nothing, so out this program un.l. while maintainsteadhsl nnd coinnicucul to rise alseemed to be all soldiers la training sheaves, and sheaves where Individ- had sprayed petrol or squirted fiame or we won't fight.' That's why England ing secrecy concerning tho details, an- most ns rapidly as It had fallen, lly and yet another given up to big ual character and temperament have defiled the property nnd iersons of will have to resort to conscription. nounces that a lonnul statement out- noon the sen had subsided to guns and ammunition, an extraordi- full and amusing play. It Is reduced their captives. They stood there out- such an Office at Itainey a Lhery Stable, Sees a Zeppelin Raid. lining the plan v. Ill lie made early la extent that the hawser was again shiftfor domestic consumption like nn over-- I sido nil humanity, tet they were made nary sight Mrs. Doder dramatic:!'!., described a I s.cmber. . whelming electric current: otherwise In the likeness ot humanity. One reed to the towing bills nud tho course Lancaster. Kentucky After that we camo to a little town Zeppelin raid ou Eughi..i! which oc- The United Suites has treaties or of palo stone, which an army had made wo could not take It In. Dut at closer alized It with a shock when the ban- curred whbo she was at i. hi e camp I other iirraiigcicc.it relating to the to Key West resumed, uh.ru the cutrange, say at any general headquar- - daged creature began to ter arrived s.ifely on the ttts Inst" Its headquarters, a sort of forgotten shiver and near the channel. J trausuilIou of the malls with slxty- - This Is probably the first n provincial subecuter that ln the dirty tcrs, one realizes that the front never they shuffled nff lu response to the or- "I heard the roar and knew ii Zen-- eight foreign lountiles. and Tostuias-Iiell- n lict has ever been umsI us ntime deresea anchor old days come materialistic novelist sleeps, never ceases from trying new dcrs of civilized men was on the way." she said. 'The ter neutral ISurlesou cxtects to revise In a hurricane. reimrt would have exploited in 200 pages. iueas nnu weniwns, wuicn as soon as first thing wo arc trained to do hi in Ii ' all these so tbat ull restrictions ou par-case-s was very effective Theholding shows It .. .. v- i In i.i.. the ship's : ..urn i. iluuncu in - u nuiu wuuiuil nuu the boche thinks ho has mastered fhem I , iimiI, ls to snatch our respirators. I eels will bo removed. Ho Is also in head up to the aro ed for still newer annoy- - GIRL APPEALS FOR FATHER. tho In . had fainted ... public. It bad rejoiced at got mine nnd run to the window, I tcmptlug to bring about ucreemcnU I . ...terrific seas andcom . ........ onces nnd bewilderments. in many public luMItutions that were I 'The boche Is above all things oh- - Writes Commanding Officer For Fur. There, hundreds of feet In the nlr. the under which parcel post matter may mnndlng officer speaks In the highest turned into hospitals and offices. Zeppelin roared on Its way. Hashing bo sent to any or these foreign counlough of a "Good Soldier." terms of the Miami's qualities ns a sea Wounded men walked Its wide, dusty servant and Imitative." said one who bombs toward our enmp As I watch- tries ut a uniform rate uf 12 cents n vessel. had counted C.OOO lioches dead In front The youngsters of Ucrninny whose ed a fleet streets; detachments of Infantry went of airships soared after It Imund on Farm Lands. through It swiftly nnd'uttcrly bored; of his sector. j fathers and blethers nre ut'the frout and all were soon A general uppeul will lie tnado to lost to sight. One Bro xtTr "s'"ve to criticism or slight- motor lorries cruised up and down Enemy Thinks Slowly. For i man was 'gassed' ns n result." American extorters to use the parcel HOLY LAND A BATTLEFIELD. 'lng remarks bearing on the acbleve-YVbe- n "Gassed" is one ofthe new roaring. I suppose, for something to verbs tho post wherever It Is iosslble lu the you present him with a new mcnts of their elders. The look at or talk to. Ilerllner Armed Aeroplanes Are Flylnp. Over Idea ho thinks It over for n day or two. Morgen Tost tells the story of a little war has coined Men nre uot always transportation of their goods. Birthplace of Prince of Peace. then he presents his riposte. "Yes. eM v, Uo ,yas mucu int.cnseii because shot but often "gassed." A Deserted Schoolhouse. Nearly the entire Holy Land has been There vtere funny tales, too. In all BUYS MOST DEADLY mon general, that was exactly what ber playmates SHELLS. transformed into n military camp, ac- Citizens National Hank. Lancaster, Ky In the center of It 1, found one Jauny, said to her that her fa-h- e the adventures the American woman did to me when I did o and so. He 0ler wa8 not soo,j or, rather, his inarblo bust, brooding soIller he related. Men many times mistook ber cording to tho Dote nus Zlou, n Talcs-tin- e ,i i. over a minute iron railed garden of was qulto silent for a day; then ho i,,i .,. Government Places Immenee Order For nowsimper. for Armed airships are her wm' not rest and a comrade lufor u masculinen attire New SI Inch Shrapnel. half dried asters opiioslto a shut up T!?n m.i P.afCnt- - "V, 'i0".".0 ' '.' flying over Dethleheui. thu birthplace often asked match or clga. r ....... eMiruil ,nnt- - 80 ,v101uld(,,J,, ictitnlt II n... chin," under this Insinuation nml nt once rette. One day n soldier slapped Despite the secrecy surrounding tho of the Trtuco of Teace, and soldiers are her making of war the i .i .!., wrote to the commander of her famunitions In tho maneuvering every day ou tho Mount ' .back b ther's regiment asking why her fa- on theDill, w nml hailed her with a of the Wcstlughouse Electric ami plant of Olives, where In the arid thirties. It was pre- Ma"I1 ?U "Hey. nt Golgotha nml Jerusalem. hat's the baseball score?" own clsely the sort of school that Jauny by 1! commaluds ther bad not received u furlough like chine company It wns learned hi PittsThe English, Trench and ltusslan "I Jumiicd. It sounded so much llko PAPEC CUTTERS tho look of him. would have invented '1?, tho other soldiers. burgh that an Immcuso order has been convents have been turned Into barTho little girl re- home." Mrs. Doder laughed. Not.even Trench ndap.ab.ilty could llevable placed with the Wcstlughouse compaceived the following reply, which she racks, nnd between Judca nnd Jericho, They And Once She Cried. Monitor nnd Associated make iinythlug of It. So Janny had ny by the United States government where tronsiwrtatlou was by tive young devils, theso veterans of now treasures with great pride: mule "Ouce 1 lost ii iciir wheel off my his school with n faint perfume of vnr. twenty-one- . Dear GUI-M- any for a uewwbrapucl projectile, said to lack In tho days when Christ camo to thanks for our letter, iiosscssod of u single Idea Gasoline Engines. which pleased me very much. I am very truck while traveling near Ardols. I be tbo most deadly effective wcaion of bring "peace on earth," nil to himself In a hot stillness of to kill nlsh u road Is being which they followed out with fond of your father, nnd it your playwas all alone, and when I tried to Jack used up air nnd little whirls of dust men ns single minded as themselves. constructed for nrmored motorcars. Wheeling Lime mates ray that your father Is not a eouI up tho machine it Just sagged down, Its kind known to military science. And because that town seemed so Tlie new shells are of six inch cali- Long columns of buffaloes, drlvcu by soldier Just tell them that hla captain Iiattlellcld tactics do exist barren I met there n Trench general whole nation goes to notground when n writes you that he Is a most excellent und I couldn't hudgo It Ko I sat by ber and twenty-on- e All sold on easy terms. luches loug. They Arab (teasants, nre hauling carts loadthe There soldier. Hut we now need all our soldier; the roadsido and cried. I couldn't help whom I would have gone very far to can be contain eight separate parts, each one ed with tiowdcr. projectiles and other the victories have encountered. lie. like the others, bookish none, ofbut there Is of the old and particularly 1 tho Good eoMlers, and It It was so maddening uot to bo able honeycombed. The most destructive supplies for tbo Turkish army over tho W. P. KINCAID, days, always the for that reason cannot grant your fa- to get that machiue fixed by myself. DIST. AGT had created und tempered nn nrmy for killing, the well explosive known to powder makers fuvqrluj routes of pilgrims In Palestine. ther a furlough, I, too, hate a little "I like to tee the lights In New ccrtahl work In a ccrtuln place, and Its a full trench, theschemed smashing of dauithter at home and have not been able aud snld to be a late invention, seSTANFORD. KY Fust dromedaries of tho camel corps Thrne 199. rushlug and mowing hand had been heavy on the boche. down of Its occupauts, tho unsuspicious to return home to e her since I went to Vork." Mrs. Doder concluded. 'Wight cured by the United States govern- maintain communication between the the front at the beginning of the war. Is terrible In London now. After the Wo talked of what the Trenchwoman ment will t used lu the new shrapnel camps In 1'alettlno aud the Turkish unttaiiou far In the rear, located after However, aa aoon as I can sea my way un sets It olty of fear. was and had done nnd was doing. two nights at extreme risk alone among clear I will send your father home to Everything looks llkn headquarters. It Is supposed that tbo Is as darl as 'They said she was foolish; they said rubbish of masonry and wiped out you for a few da) a. Until then be a Even the bouses are shouded the tomb. concentration of tho young recruits ln Scrambled Relationship, In black she was frivolous; they said she was as it eats or washes Itself. brave little gtrL After two brothers married mother tho Holy Land Is with a view to anness. Thcro are packed with worldly and now you've Seen, haven't Aod more rarely tho body to body people, there Is gaycty. but there ls and daughter In Stockton. Cat., one other attack upon Egypt your' said the geucral. encounter with tbo animals removed Fifty Dogs Catch Fugitive. fear too. Deep underneath the surfaco brother became stepfather to brotber'a M'c extolled woman In chorus for ber from tbo protection of their dugs-hou- nd, collie, bull, poodle of things Fifty machinery, His Busy Day, England Is lenity olng a wife, stepfather to slsterln-taiaud goodness and her faith nnd her splcn-df- d when tho bayonets get captured an es- - little of Its complacency. their chance tnd bird tracked and Divorced, again and tiara. brother's farhcrln-law- . brldo courage. When we parted I went The bocbo does not ...... I it J- - .OBU 'night Isn't so cocksure as Loudon at ber daughter's ststerlti-la- Oneand step-Is lyzed In one married tha experience ot all like meeting .. J. .. . at day was it uued to ... b.T'k nnd made my prnfmindimt apoio lu'uuuuu Hon whoso womenfolk ho has dlshon- - iineii in sjuiiiii mroima. I be." a Washlniton (I'a.) man. mother to her brotter ln law. town UM uot The iwle, now nay louver rwwaWe n mmH lino in Franco. who Iwd farnteil In public, but on By RUDYARD KIPLING. who niMut cmtur In ptMIe nil manner ntlt) with linnd ICVpvrHtlit. IMS. by tie "Xhi Printing ami of prlvnle wt him Publishing wenelatlon.l tlmt never cent worklnc powessi-- s her rE WMl Into ttic rene of an- soul and is xancly stmne- ether army and n hllllcr counThe Rym heeiiii to spisiU iiaaln iitnone try whore tho lionler villages the hllhi ttonr we dived Into. The nlr Toiifi lay more sheltered Ilcrunnd grew chlllhr n we itlraUil. tbero a town and the Holds iiround It and wet rinks cluntl urnund us lu the sound of waters trlcktlur mist to the Bare us a Bllraiwo of the furious Indusus n tniic of wcl TUe:v try with which rrnnco innkes nnd ban- - alonpilde. pltie mid (he first hrenth of fern, cut ', ' .V . autumn when the road entered n tun ' a n , vo.rl1' rcrlencc goes iKick to the drill ground ne. ,,ml raor of , bow to train the new levies, hut It wns nl tl.ouBl.tf.ilIy. "The tun i thing - j l'"" ways the little. crodod defiant vll 'vn 'o pet those factory chimneys laces with tho civil K,.ulatlon walth unv,enrlcdly and cheerfully ou the un- - mol;lnff ogalii. I 0at9 ln " WW were wearied mid cheerful army that went villages. " closest to the heart. "You won't see nuy girls, because Tnfco ilinsn iilcturos caccht almost re during u Journey- -n knot of they're nt work on textile fabrics. Vim, little children lu difficulties with tho It Isn't u bad country fur summer ho-vlllace fountain or high bandied pump. tels. but rm arrnm it won t uo ror win-- ! A soldier, bearded and fatherly enter sports. We've only n meter of young anil slim and therefore rather snow, nnd It doesn't Up except when ore naming puns up me nioun shy of the big girls chair, comes ward nnd lifts the hall or swings the tains. Then, of course. It drifts and handle. Ills renrd from the smallest freeies like ot Davos. There's our new Pity ItV too babe swung In the nlr or, if he Is on railway below there. older man, pressed ngalnst bis knees Is misty to see the view." n kiss. Then nobody laughs. We pretent htflaw the fourth of tlx articles Inm the ton of' Kipling, une'er tha DefVeml (Mia of "Francs at V'ar en the Frefitkr of Civllrsatian," tftstHMna the Inr preeilene of a visit te the fighting "ether. Town hl KI Z7cw ' ovrU.luirl AlMCt Talk Little of Atrocities. .s Trench are reticent than nUiut atrocities committed by the I in I n Iwx.nan lliti ,,..' I, 1111" .1. ,u.' 'V Tells of Il3r Work as a fiiotor v formed mi liitecml part of thrlr lives. away In report They are not tucked s Ambulance Driver.. of eonunlttis rihI vaguely referred awful." Later on irliflpi J to ns "too he unreserved In our turn. no shall Ilttt they iln mit talk of them Willi nnr v hnlihllnj beat or bleat or run lie funny DRESSES IN KHAKI TROUSERS little ill peals to imhlk' opinion that. . like the I niche, has none underground. (ie lic. u (H.(1re to mi tbnt lu Says Cngtancl at Flnt Rofutid tho Aid Ims his place en tie? every of Womin, but Now Accepts Thtir c tot oca. direct or Indirect, to nwl his J M BATTLE FRONT tvh.il.- Jny far1l toliMig, .V.y - t - l ' ,,, ' ' , .I . . . .1 I .. I a. til I.. -L '"T alive. Whether lit) lies out In a Mad- wlch or dmi earth or sweats the blu puns up the crests behind tho trees or brings the fat. loaded iMrgcs Into the very heart of the city where the shell wawons wait, bo Is acini: his work to mat emi. u no is n civilian ne may. ns he does, swear ot his povcrnmcnt. ..mtu. mil-- , un, - .v., ..,-m..v- . ular ROremuicnts, "II. Services Little Intorcstod Ptoplo Cornmen In ths War a Zoppolici Raid Over Cam. Olsdly When msil ntul tnovlek only ctvy m nruna. And (Vtrythiihj When he Is llatitty raovnt to rnse I la fuomt. And all tho time When ho recurOo tho ejiertlnir pace With Innntte illnrust. When lee cream iwta has no lure Ills arpetlte to thrul. When even arW rl u nur ' Ta make him aariilcr 11111. When he la 9atl bowed irith care. The prey ot flumb illstrtas, The liaunted Imiiti o ileetialr. It'a nluite Mtf. fn tllrM That lie has felt tile bitter ache Or lovt'a etaetve dream Or else he's found he cannot make Tho hich rolxiol football team. -- James J. Momaave m New York Amer ican. n&iunuti B&inrinn in inoimn Tow, nTfnm ' CARDS. r. OFFICE CENTRAL II! ( Offlre l'hvne 0 ( KD Hi ajaAaadkAJ - llllllllHlllllllll J. S. GILBERT. Mn Miami GGurls Destruction Rath- er Tdan Abandon PUILDING. r I'bere 4 KV t.ANCASTKH. OIL HAD BUT LITTLE EFFECT! ! '' months at tfee frow. c .Mrs. mater is a lorker. uut sue Is polntf tmclt to i:iutMml heroro Christmas 1 can't keep nway." sue Mild "It Is ... I. .. 1.....1.. it A uu i in uuiiiiv euituera i.. ....I forms, the gi.y band,, the preat c:.mi. the nlr of 'expectancy for bateier the day may bring. "I have Leeu as far front ns any dares po." sho nunoiinceil enthusiastically "I hae been to the lioso hospitals lu Kouen and Ituulnpiic. I have carried wounded soldiers from the battle front to the hospitals, hut the thing I want to do most U to drlvo the Brent nriny trucks that carry provisions to t!ie men. I could do It. too. Just ns veil ns any Tommy.' only it tnkes the red taped Ilrlttsh povcrnmcnt so long to get It through Its funny Kng- - Mrs. ItHrtlett ilwlw. one of the first American Htnoeu to drU an nrabu- lauco in tno i.urujiiM war. unneu iu Amcnea w.m tunmnp stot m oi uer ; i TIRED OF KILLING MEN, WRITES AMERICAN SOLDIER. Ch,llno.n TurB,d ,, Dangerous Meraee to Commerce Final ly Carried to Key YVett and Destroy cd, but Not Until After Masterful 3oamanhlp Hud (Htn Displayed by Commander. llirlllliiK tale of hew tiio coast fpmnl cstter Miaul, with derelict ns In rodo the " hurrleatw wUkb suepl the pulf ,)f MMkl, In the re.rt , 1 1.,,,,.-- ,,, m ni,.. ..,.-- iii, I P. 11 Murrow, (Initluiite Optician iiiuin rm.a .n.r.ciioti (luartni m T., ,. Hole White ..,:,. That i a"'", Ut ew,tll ,,.,..,. ,Mc. ,,, Honakers H. J. PATRICK, TO " ... John McRoberts, Paint John Veterinary Surgeon. ,,. ., ,. m ... ,.,, .. ,,,,!.. A. Beazlev ROUGH LUMBER. see 6.C. COX, Manse.Ky 2"lD.a A iL Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surpon and Dentist. MONEY TO LOAN i,in., Five Per Cent particulars see W. F. CHAMP. INDIANA SILO .i,.i .whi X 'l"" TV"1 Tf il,n'?r " X. Grinders. TREES Garden. No Agts. i... Fruitand Shade Troes Shrubs, Grape Vines, The Cenzral Record $1.00 Per Year In Advance. Lancaster, I Shown at Koman's Opera House Each Monday Night but that Indigestion and the distressed feeling which always koos with It can be promptly relieved by taking n before and alter each meal, 25c R. E. McRoberts Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies There Is" No Question ) Jefferson 'School niMpf.rri: two ye.au ixntutML rMLLJI.IHiilamr e)LBU LK 1. 1. oiadtartM.JkB.l. lrUkrM tot br IB Lav. UaaatasfaasPS Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Write for free Catalogue. Kentucky. a box. lUtAtMt AuVsMWUftUUrttaUtdtlstfie kill H1I help litaMIM. astilr taftytbU.rwf fcftaxlMiae UiU livtoa luhmc f TfcowMjarB rttMii iu writ Huff. Tlt ntkKcUtoeit4 fray, H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. Kf. 1841. 1915 niWTT rEWESAKK, Sk't, Loiariilt, The Central Record, Thursday Oct 14 1915. THE CROPS, The first billion bushel wheat crop, and a little morel Also the three billion bushel corn crop, for the second time. Also tho biggest oat crop. Also the biggest bay crop. Hut why proceed? This Is the biggest crop year. Even the Sou'.h has raised grain crops more valuable than the most valuable cotton crops ever picked, something never before imagined. The South is blcsud with a short cotton crop this year, and prices are booming. The thoit crop with thu surplus of thu "calamitous" crop of ' last ye.ir is now about the nverage of I the last three veals, and tho prices are now better lor sellers .than for buyers. On the other hand, the grain crops of this year uro superabundant, to .the extent that prices are lower than producers like. The contrary movements are consistent with each other. Cotton is short because it was abundant before. Grain is abundant because it was scarce and dear last year, llotli movement are natural and economic, and make the proposals of interference with the natural course ol events. The Treasury, which is on the verge of exhaustion itself, made otTers of assistance which neither bankers nor producers welcomed or used. The proposals to "coin" cotton, or turn It Into currency, and the laws to mako cottun culture criminal ought to make their authors blush now. There was no such nonsense regarding grain, and the same result has been reached without hysterics. When the proposal is that the Treasury or the Legislatures should gild the' roseate prospect Cor those who are rolling In unimogincd wealth, it Is impossible not to reflect upon the littleness of man, the greatness of Nature, and the wisdom of sometimes letting things ulone. ACTIVITIES OF WOMEN. Page 7 Z f ill ujMimi jiorpninc norJEacral CASTORIA For Infants and Chlldron. rarm anu MARKETING it The Kind You Have Always Bought BROILERS. Bears the Signature of AA" c OTIC. iryfirouitnuiimuxn Awtttt In 1 Anfrferl IVmf dv farOnmitrs 1on , Sour SlomxIi.Dlwtun Use For Over ncss end Loss norro.rritibkmsJnrralr or Suetp. The CcxTAun Co.mpast; NEW YORK. Thirty Years Early Hatched Chickens Usually Dring Highest Prices Feeds Suggested. Prepared by the United 8tat department of agriculture.) Hrollcr nro young chickens weighing from thrce-tjtinrteof n pound to two iHitimls apiece, tho latter weight being tho most common. Tho production of broilers as a special business lias been tried without success on ninny iiotiltry farms In the northeastern part of this country. Proliant are ralcd succcMfully, however, and at a good profit, Iwth on poultry farms and where only a few fowls nro kept, the broltcw lielng the cockerels which are n byproduct In the rnlslug of pullets for egg production. Thu general puriKo breeds of fowls, such ns the Plymouth Itocks, Wyandotte. Itlicxle Island Iteds and produce chickens making the best broiler. These chickens should weigh from two to two ami n half pounds (tiro weight) nt eleven to thirteen week of nge. The Leghorn's nre not so well adapted for broilers, as their chlckeni nre smaller but they make fair broilers, weighing from one to two Minii(N. All I?glmrn cockerels. ' fc tholr eye. Miss Margarcttn W. Sclser of 3; Jcnklutown, Pa, who graduated In Juno from Vassar college. will devote her llfo to on cJTort i, to discover what conditions In ;S Italy. There nre over 22,000.000 women In the United Htntcs that have not yet been given tho privilege of voting nt nil elections. With tho exception of Great 4. Ilrltaln there li not n single Ku- - ;j roponn country which doe not maintain n highly paid corps of v women diplomatic agents In ad- dlllon to Its regular staff of am- bassadors, envoys and nttnehes. Two women pearl diver hi Jn- pan wenr n special dress of whlto If cotton bloomers and short skirt 'V with their hair twisted Into'n tight knot nml goggles to protect 'V Two daughters of King Nicholas of Montenegro married Itus-sla- n grand dukes, n third being the Wife of tho present king of t At mum Message No. 6 To the Business Men of Lancaster n satesman calls on you. do you buy his goods? Aren't you When a afraid of his line because he looks as if no one ever gave him an order ? Same thing Is true of a seedy town. To be prosperous we must look prospersus and show local pride. Clean streets, nice stores snd buildings'pay because they bring buildings are least escusabte, for pilnt made of business. Paint-hungr- y X secretion of nectar In such plants ',j V ns clover and sage. v YOUR WINDOW GARDEN. plant life tend toward a steady y s Phoenix Painter White Lead (Dutch Uoy Trade Mark) and pure linseed oil pays Its way by protecting buildings against rot and decay. Let us estimate on your painting job. We have all good, painting requisites. Call us up today. CASTORIA Etut Copy of Wrapper. DYER, TENN., MAN fcteinwl of fbe SKy WAY up in the mountains of Western North Carolina ore ir z beau'iful v.ircnivs reports of Asheville, Blac!t Mountain, Hcrersonville, Brevard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Wayncsvillc, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rook, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your Vacation ct ens of these cool r.n-- deliRhtful places or at Tate Spring, Te.m. Round trip Excursion tickets arr on sale dally, good until October 31st, via J SUFFERED 40 YEARS J. T. Cattleman Finds Hope Fulfilled Alter Passing Threescore Years. J. T. Castlcman of Dyer, Tenn., suffered from stomach derangements for forty years, taking all sorts of medicine, following all kinds of med ical advice. In all tho forty years, be said, ho never had a real good day until ho tried Mayrs Wonderful Remedy Then he discovered something. Let his let' tor tell about It: "Tho first doso of Jlayr's Wonderful itemcuy caused rail stones to pasj from me. I am feeling much better tnan I nave ever before. I am 64 years old and I had never beforo cn Joyed ono whole good day. "I would not giro tho ono bottlo you sent mo for all tho drugs and doc tors medicine that Is made." Mayr't Wonderful Remedy gives per manent results ror stomach, liver and Intestinal aliments. Eat as much and whatever you like No more distress after eating, pressure of gas In tho stomach and around tho heart. Oct ono bottlo of your druggist now and try It on an absoluto guarantee It not satis factory money will be returned. Apprehension. The mere npprehenslon of a coming evil has put many Into a situation of tho utmost danger Lucan. Mistaken Souikern Railway cf (ho South Stop-ove- rs allowed at all points. Three rpecial Low Ratr Excursions will be run during the cummer. AsV for details. For full Information tee Ticket Agent. Souths Uailwsy, or write II. !. TjJI, District Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kentucky-- . ANNUAL PUBLIC ' SALE Of Live Stock A! PAINT LICK Miss Hello Denny of Stanfore Is the guest of Miss Estill Walker. Miss Mary May Walker spent the wiuk end with friends in Lancaster Mn. Howling, of London was the week-enguest of Mrs A. II. Estridge. Mrs. It M. Lear is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Held Lear in Middlesboro this d WEDNESDAY, OCT. 20, 1915, AT 10 AT HIGHLAND VIEW STOCK FARM One Mile West of Lebanon, Kentucky. (Former Home of Gazette. 2:071; Allrcn. 2:071; Norvardine (tr.i 2S; nml 10 other with record better thnt 2:30). Owing to other bntlnesa interests, I will olfer this choice lot of stock. This Many of you know Die htK'li-- f la animals I have sold at public auction. offering equals any 1 hive noli I heretofore. However, wnw of thu stock it not I1 yours. My loss will prove your The opiortur,ity in the pink of condition. to give careful consideration lo each und every gain. It is to your animal that will be sold. week. Miss Lula McWhortar was the weekend guest uf Miss Lkla Kaney in Lan- caster. Mr. Dick Gentry of Danville was the guest of Mr. Woods Walker last Mon day night. Mits Alma Lear was the guest of Mrs. J. L. Newman in Frankfort the past week. Mrs. M. K. Denny and little da ghter of Lancaster spent Thursday and 1'ii. day with Mrs. II. J. Walker. Messrs, Luther Kishadd Uoy Estridge and Misses Kale Ely and Sallie Woods motored to Lexington Thursday. Messrs. II. J - Patrick, W. L. Carmen and S. M. Denny left Sunday for u weeks llahlng in Kockcaatle river. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hammack. Mist- e Docia Metcalf, Louise and Nell Iticu Mlssers It. G. Woods, Jim Harve, Edmund and William Ralston and Car los Iledrick attended Coburn's Minstrels In Lancaster Saturday evening. The ladles of the W, C. T. U. will give a Halluw'een supper in Iledrick' Hall on October 2Uth. There will b games ami attractions of nil kind besides worlds of grand things to eat and lnlrel 22 HEAD OF HORSES. V. (stallion), Moko Pearl, Jr. (stallion); 1 road mire, G year a gelding; year old and one 2 yearling Hinies; one yearling colt, dam by Todd. Three brood mares in foal; 1 gray pony; 3 weanlinK. Tho blood lines represented rre such as Onward, Toild, Gambetta Wilkes, Moko, Ilonler Knight, and others. Pour very fine fillies are out of marc by great Gambetta Wilkes and Nutwood and producing dams. YOUNG SAMl'SON, bluck jack, fifteen hinds high; a great bred jack and breeder of sugar mule. Norvln old; and d 20 HEAD OF MULES. One pair of black horse mules, 0 years old, 10 hands high; ft pairs of mules, 1G to 16 hands high, 4 years old: 1 mare, 2 year old; 1 horse, 2 years old; 2 weanlings. 32 DUROC JERSEY HOGS, m The blood of such champions as Defender, Fancy Col., Cherry's King, II & O.'s Col., Superba, Col. King, Prince Kducator nml Cherry King's Advance, sires that have made the Durocs famous. Two sows by Defender, dams by Supurba and II, ami C.'s Col.; 1 sow by Supurba, dam by Defender; 1 sow by Col. King, dam by Host on Earth; 1 sow, "Susls" 73UC; 1 sow by a son of Cherry King; 1 gilt by Fancy Col.; 3 fall gilts by Cherry King's Advance, dam everybody 1 cordially Invited to com by Col. King; 22 nice gilts, spring farrow, sired by Defender's Ohio Chief, out and help this most worthy cause. Fancy Perfection, Cherry King's Advance, Prince Educator. airJ dams by Defender, Supeiba and Col. King. NINA Mr. Nathan Noe and wife of Ohio one ar visiting Mr. Siras Creech here. Mrs. Dora Wheeler and son, Joe, I will also sell at the same time and place a nice house and lot and sev- have returned home from Uerea where feslrable. they have been confled in the hospital eral pretty building lots in Lebanon, Ky, also hay, com.ats and straw, TERMS: Sums of $20 and under, cash; over that omount 12 month.' with typhoid fever. time wth bankable note Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Whitaker of this place visited Mr. and Mrs. It. W. SanLUNCH WILL BE SERVED AT 12 O'CLOCK. It Always Does the Work. ders at Uuckeye Sunday, Cows, calves, heifers and steer, yearlings and fine black Poll Angus breeding bull. Also 20 Head of Black Poll Angus Cattle. IT IE OP CIUCKE.V Fun k unoiLcn; to the IE. except thoso baved for breeding stock, should bu sold as broilers, as they are not well adopted for market after passing beyond this size. Whlto chickens mako the most attractive and easily dressed broilers, as their nro not so apparent when tho chickens nro prepared for market. Tho cockerels should bo separated from tho pullet as soon as tho sex can bo readily distinguished, tho most promising chickens being saved for breeding stock. The sex Is usually told by the development of th6 bend points, tall ami general male characteristics In the cockerels, and this some skill and practice. Tho chickens" selected ns broilers may be forced more rapidly .than those saved for breeding Ktuck. Quick growth can bo produced by dividing them Into flocks of fifty or les uud confining thcui to Binnl! jieus for fourteen to eighteen days before they nre marketed Peed In the morning and nt tioou 11 wet inn.li of six pound common!, four pounds low grade wheat flour and two pounds brim or middlings, mixed with skluuiillk or but termilk to the consistency of oatmeal porridge. If no milk I available add ono iwuiid of beef scrap to the mash and giro some green feed dally, using only enough water to make n crumbly mash. I11 addition to either of theso mash feed give all tho cracked corn which tho chicken will eat for tho evening feed. Higher prices nro paid for tho early broilers, thoso batched in March and April, than for those hatched In tho lato spring nnd early summer. Pullets hatched early also mako tho best fall and winter layers and nro tho most prolltnblo to raise. Ilrollcrs are mar keted Iioth nllvo and dressed. Con- Bldcrahlo enro should bo used In both dressing and shipping broilers so that they will reach tho market In a neat, attractive condition. In finishing or fattening broilers Just beforo marketing a great difference will bo found In Individuals with respect to their ability to put on tlesh. Some chickens will respond only very slowly nnd very unprotltnbly to a feed, while other will gain rapidly nnd return 11 good profit for tho feed consumed. Tho good feeders will lo tho bird with short, stout, well curved beak, broad heads, bright, clear eyes, deep, broad breasts and well spread legs nnd will. In general, giro every Indication of being vigorous and thrift)'. Tho poor feeder will show opposite characteristics, notably loug beaks and crow heuds. dull eyes, narrow breasts and close set leg and also will show lack of vigor and thrift Tho selection of only thoso chickens of the letter feeding typo for finishing will give greater average gain and profit uud n more uniform, attractive lot of broilers, while tho culling of tho birds of jioor typo and their marketing with no attempt at fattening or finishing may often ba TO rou TITS iiiunT, rxTTENiXd A MIT. GOOD TV 8ome Hints That Will Be of Strvice For th Dox Plants. Tho most suitable stzo Is usually six to eight Inches deep by ten or twelve ou wide nnd a long ns you desire. ran buy them or make them cither in plain wood (and do paint them green or brown and not red) or In natural ciilitr. Tho latter Is much. mora attractive, llut whether tho nntnral flti' Ish Is used or not tho wood should be cellar, since It outwears several boxes of softer wood, not rotting easily. Tho color of pa In I eI boxes should barnio-ntz- o with the iwrcli and house. The mpst attractive boxes nro In natural cedar. There nro various self watering boxes on the market that are a decided Improvement over tho ordinary sort. Thero I a false bottom which supports tho Noll. L'mler this Is the reservoir, which I supplied by a tube from thi' corner of thu box. Honges touch the extreme bottom of the box and extend upward Into tho soli In which tlie flowers are planted, thu supplying water by HUblrrlvatliiu. These boxes need attention only at Intervals of tell t twehe days, depending on weather nnd tlmo of year, to direct sun uud tho size of tho Uix. The described I made of galvanized Iron, painted groen ami Is practically Indestructiblo. There are nlso self watering hanging basket and Jardiniere pans. Their uondrlipIna and nonrottlng mean great comfort, anil plants grow better In them, the foliage being heavier and the bloom-- i C C. & J. E. STDRMES. WANTED Horses Any one having any of the above to sell, should phone me at Lancaster, and I will drive to see them. - lx IlOU larger. CUBIST Children's CONCEITS. W. Lancaster, - B! - Burton, - Kentucky. Playthings Constructed at Clack at Wood. New nnd delightfully iiiulut ale the. toys shown l:i til- - Illustration, evolved by the fertile bruin of Mime friend to n THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. It Surplus $30,000. S. JENUY, President J. E. STORM ES, Vice Pres't C DENNY. Cashier. r. R. T JiiBRY, Ass't Cashier. J. L. GIL!., Safety Samual D. Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUB For Rent. BUSINESS. Cochran, Alex It. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormes. S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. 4F The IfooFinjf tviui aycars otogtvjco Xmckoiic Look for CORTRIGHT REG.US.PAT.CFF7 i JkS ASSEMBLY OF TOTS. vhlldhood. The blocks oro painted In wonderful waterproof colors nnd are Interchangeable, so that a great variety of toys mny bo made of them. TIMELY TIPS. Don't nllow the grocer n weigh your butter, lard, etc In u wooden dish. TheM dishes weiuh from ono to three ouiuex. uccordlilg to their size, uud you are therefore paying for that much wood nt tho price of butter. Don t let the butcher weigh your meat and then trim It and charge you for the trimming that you have paid or. The fat can lie rendered Into lard nud the bones ucd In soap. The butcher kunws thnt they have a value, for Theti jou do net take them he resells them for (I or 7 cent n pound. Do not tie afraid to ask what Is your duo 3tid to Jeinaud liniuty uud full This record for durability, without leaks, repairs, or other common roof troubles, has attracted many Imitators. If the shingle offered you looks like "CORTRIGHT", don't let It go at that, but look for the stamp on the corrugation at the top of the shingle 'CORTRIGHT REG. U. S. PAT. OFFICE." It is put there for your protection. Use it I For Sale by Local Contractors or Cortrlrjht Metal Roofing Co., SO North 23rd St., Philadelphia. J ORO A NIX HI) j.Vi'j. h H fr Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. '5 Capital $50,000. B. Surplus $45,000. John AUCTIONEERS; Capt. C. IS. B. Wathen, LEBANON, KY. Copt. T. D. English, Danville, Ky, Col. J. If. Estes, Thompson, Lebanon, Ky, they oro constipated. They fear some, thing distasteful. They will Uke ItexaU Orderlies a mild laxatlvo that tastes like sugar. Sold only by us, 10 cent. R. E. McRobtrta Watch Your Children Often children do not let parents know . Superiority. park, the brown hastily from the hotel "I like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy bears retreat garbage piles when black bears beave better than any other," writea R, E. In slibt, and the latter, la turn, Roberts, Homer City, Pa, "I have promptly get themselves, gone at th taken it olT and on for yean and it baa Approach of the stlvcrtlps. It Is an In teresting little social system, estabnever failed to give thedesired results." lished on the primordial, basts of fear. For sale by all dealers. In Recognize Yellowstone J. J. WALKER, Vice Prest. President. W. 0. P.lGNer, Ass't Cash'r. Jul! J. Walkkk, Jr., Book.Keeper. W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. HUDSON. is tho very backbone of every i successful business. We regard your coas a necessaiy factor in our success. operation Wo 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 it our business and our pleasure to Improve our system wherever we find a weak spot. l CO'OPERATION Page 8 The Central Record, Thursday Oct 14 1915. i I I Absolute Dispersal Sale OF TUT rsicichard Tasker bowndes.Jr s SHOW HOELSES . to (29 HEAD) At Fair aBBaa Grounds, Danville, MP WM SreiBBBIBBa. II Consisting of some of the most renowned saddle ond light lintt.etb heist b rreikn l:ns ever pudictO. lrcli dlrg In gitrd tl i n i u i t d't stnllicn, the invincible Kentucky's Choice 37G5, ncknowledged the finest specimen of the Denmark breed. The peerless Edna May 5703, the most successful shovv horse the world has ever known. The double ch&mpion, Mary Ynmlell Fox OflSO, converted into nnd shown this saddle horse, finishing the year as the champion of Kentucky, Indionu and Tennessee. EDNA MAY'S CHOICE G917. the most fashionably bred saddle colt in America nnd the only season as a full brother to Imperator et Rex. which sold at the same age for 53,000. HIGHLAND CHOICE C94G, winner of both the yearling saddle and fine hnrness classes at the 1915 Kentucky State Fair and pronounced fine by competent judges the best'yearling stallion in Kenttxky. And oho such celebrities as: KATHLEEN SHERIDAN G897. the Madison Square Gurden winner; KENTUCKY'S PRIDE, winner In form for $2500, nnd SARI 1?883, the finest Kentucky's Choice fool harness, roadster and saddle classes in 1915: KENTUCKY GLORIDIRD G888. lull brother to Richard Couer de Lion, which sold In his of 1915. For the benefit of those who may not obtain n catalogue; I publish an entire list of hencs to be sold in this miction. Also the following, each worthy of special mention, but so well Known that It is hardlv necessary to give more than their names. Glori Mundi 10588, chestnut filly, 2 years old. Kentucky Gloribird G888, black stallion, 1 jenr old, hy Kentucky's Choice; dam Clara Bob 6008. by Duke of Denmark 78.1. Rosalie Gardner Jones 10520, black mare, 2 years old, by Kentucky's Choice; dam Clara Bob G008. Kentucky's Pride 10553, bay mare, 3 years old, by Kentucky's Choice; dam Scottish Loss 3200, by Highland Denmark. Elizabeth Lloyd 10615, black filly, 2 years old. Mary Katherine 12319, black filly, 1 MMMJMUiM.M.MJiM.MMJ Zy., "Wednesday, Octo"ber II 20th; 1915 I I OWNERS STATEMENT. On account of business Interests which require my return to the East, before the season of 1916,'I offer my entire stable of horses for sale, without reserve by bid or limit, with the single exception of Mary Dick Lowndes 5441, n mare I have owned for sixteen vears and am deeply attached to. This sale will take place regardless of the weather, beginning at 1 o'clock. Automobiles will meet oil trains on Q & C and Southern, reaching Danville between 11 a. m. and 12 o'clock, and u public automobile will meet L & N trains nt Junction City. I will have dinner on the grounds. As I am expecting so many people from a distance, will be glad if persons living in Boyle nnd adjoining counties will get their lunches before coining to sale. TERMS Cash, except those muklng satisfactory arrangements before or during the sale. I consider this the most wonderful stable of horses ever offered for public sale and I hope for your appreciation. Clierry Blossom 12259. chestnut filly, Choice Satanette 7 Allie Musun 1'-1, 1 year old. chestnut colt. chestnut mare, by Chester Chief 1 129. Elizabeth Tuller 10719. chestnut filly, I jearsold. Broadway Jones 7423, chestnut colt. Mayme G. 2371. black mare, bv Highland Denmark 730. Pickaninnl Chclce 7422. block colt. Lotus Flower G795. bay mare, by Joe Wheeler 1013. O'Mimosa San 5093, brown mnrp by Diamond Chief 912. The Princess Sonin 9796. bay mare. 3 years old. Sonoa San 12321. year old. 4 Miss London 3166, chestnut mare, by London Squirrel 1267. Aitnsj Sljridan 10813. bay mare, 2 years old. La Golondrlna 12322, chestnut mare, i year old. Sherry 6326. bay stallion, 2 years old. mary Mcdowell lowndes. Irene Castle. laaaaeanaasaaaaaaiaaaBas Anyone desiring Catalogue of sale can find one at the Record Office. Parties who are unable to attend the sale in person may send all mail bids to Mr. Ike Lanier, President of Boyle Bank &. Trust AUCTIONEER COL GEORGE BAIN. LEXINGTON. KY. Danville, Kentucky. The Greatest Stable Ever Offered To The Public. T. C. I Co. I KanV.in bought a mule of James McKechnle for $110. farmer's column! ' S. Embry sold a nice sorrel mare V. to W. B. Uurtod for 1100. piW ' ripaca below Ibli hutflnl U lot ins eicln of our farmer labicribcra, and li for Che tale of clock. i tin end inch lbnci on firm et the farmer cannot afford to adverNo notice will be accepted our lonr tise. o latnee of the llnee, and will be only In croan. tree of chare ire dm Twelve mule colts bought by Lee RanklB last Monday averaged him about $62.60 a head. Harry Frye has twenty short for sale, all good ones, weight I about 550 pounds. Wanted to rent a farm. Cash rent. J. E. Kobinson bought 11 mule colt Emory McWorter. in Stanford Irst Monday at an average 160 bushel of apples. of about $70 a head. For Sale:-Abo- Phone 835 G. T. J. I'rice has purchased eight mule To Loan: Several pair of mules, to colts at $G8 a head from different parties. responsible party. A. It. Denny, Lancaster, Ky. Center IJrothets of I'aint I.lck, FOR SALE:-Abo40 meat hogs, bought of Scott Bros., last Monday 34 from 100 to 200 pounds. head of hogs for future delivery, at OJ'is Naylor. $7.25 a hundred. I Nelson Ma nee. Horses I ARMY will be in PAINT LICK, Strayed to my place, a white face, steer, weight about COO pound. H. S. Gay, ilouto 1. For For Sale;-- We hare a pleasant laxative that will do Just what you want it to do. We cell thousands of them and we bare never teen a better remedy for the bowels. Bold only by us, 1 0 cent. R. E. McRoberta ' Do Not Gripe OCT. SATURDAY, and in LANCASTER, 23rd Monday, Oct 25th years old. see me. to buy Army Horses from 5 to 0 1 J. Sale;-Sq,uar- nice Southdown buck A. Todd, I'aint Lick. Ky. 1 l X I 4 lllllX 'B piano, rosewood condition. For futhpr information call this office. e case, In good If you want to sell, For.Young Men and Men who Stay Wrfg M r I I i2r OAD60 feeding cattle the money. Mr. Sweeney Morgan has sixty good he will sell worth -- OF- R.W. SMART, CINCINNATI, 0. Ink Eradlcator. A very good way to remove Ink atalna from cloth Is to wash them with boiled rlco. Hub tho rlco on the atalna. na vnu may man nnil wnah Sa IMgsby and Thompson of Preachers- ville have CO good ewes, and CO, one and two year old;cattle, they will sell worth the money. I HUGHES & SWINEBROAD COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF Strayed to my place a steer weighing about COO pounds. Owner can have same by proving property nnd paying pasture. II. G. McWhorter, ' THE REAL ESTATE MEN OF Paint Lick. Ky. V. II. Burton bought seven horses INCORPORATED.' LANCASTER KY. last Monday for which he paid from $90 to $110. He shipped a car load tof THE YOUNG FELLOWS SHOP. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Cincinnati Tuesday, in which there Come and let us sell you a farm in were twentf-twheid, that cost $107 Garrard County, where five millions, of each. Character of the Horses Which Are brought the record price for colts in the farm! fie pounds of the best tobacco la grown Mary Yandell Fox, champion three- Lexington sale last year, and it must Embraced in Mrs. Richard Taskr I have a limited quantity of nlco nnuaiiy; where all uie agricultural 1916 gaited mare of 1915 and a winner In not be forgotten that he sired.the !. wi,.,. product grow abundantly; where the championship yearling Highland Choice, harness and taddle classes for three trained clover hone for Lowndes' Jr. Dispersal Sale. on panck.;a these frosty mornings, , be,t ,ive ,tock U bredS he.ro tha bluB which (a to be sold In this sale and is season'a and Juat now in her prime. Besides these celebrities there are Will deliver in Lancaster at 15 centa Kw recognized aa one of the most promia. and hospitable people are attracting Kentucky's Choice 3705 was lor four Ing youngstera in the state. Beaidei large number of others with records aa per pound. Lancaster the many home seekers. jtary winner of breeding classea at the Address li. Blankenship, these, Kentucky'a Choice Ii the aire of matrons and show horses, among them JCentucky State Fair, and for four the county leat, baa three banks, tele StanfoM, Ky. championship caliber. being the noted brood mares, Kathleen Route 4. lfmii-Vv- . Cfinaeeutive phone exchange, electric light plant, fhntA a score or more of Sheridan, a Madison Square Garden win bat headed Mrs, Lowndes winning They all show u stron'g likeness for ner: Misa London, the dam of a half W. It. Cook has bought 14 aged mulea creamer splendid water work system, their sire, and have that same style nerd at the Kentucky State Fair. horsea; Mayme G, for the southern market, which he will two flouring mills, grain and hemp dozen His record as u oreeder has been and extreme finiah. combined with his one of the state's most noted matrons; feed for several weeks before shipping, warehouse, tobacco warehouse, on the phenomenal, ai.d few horsea ever attain high, straight, true action. He Li & N railroad, one of the best graded Allie Masou, an excellent typo of brood the average cost la $140 a head. Edna May, a champion for five sea- mare; and several others of Chester bought a pair In Stanford last Monday schools in the State, having an endown-meauen fame aj Kentucky's Choice at an early age; he Is just now reaching hia sons, who since her retirement from Dare, Highland Depmark and' Hex of Charlie Kankln for $275. fund of $50,000.00 in addition to a prime aa a breeder. $30,000.00 new school building.' We can He aired the the show ripga has become famoua as Peavine blood, among them being Lotua sell homes or choice Iota near the school, Impera'or et Hex and the a matron- - For four yeara she lias Flower, an almost run sister or Mrs. For Sale. rtcsnl-priceOur price Is the owner's price. We Richard Coeur de Lion. either won the classea for brood marea Lowndes champion, 1'rlncess Sonia. I .n i If . , ,n ini, , , nffl-- .l i nree nign graue uereioni imu calves And from these great mares Mrs. for Jle also sired the great mare, King's or mares suitable for breeding purIt. E Henry. u.i ,i,i .1.1.. u,lh you; f Lowndes Is offering youngsters by the and one heifer. Choice, and the sensational Kentucky'a poses at the Kentucky State Fair. She Wide, which in 194 and 1915 won at (s the dam of Imperator et Rix, Gloria "Invincible" Kentucky'a Choice. What as we have done for ten years and have For Sale. no dissatisfied customers. the State Fair the roadsters classes for Mundi and the sensational yearling. an opportunity for both breeders and Improved and unimproved One registered, Hampshire sow and farms of I wo and three- - ear old mares, besidea Edna May's Choice, which will be sold exhibitors who are seeking for 1916 being one of the seaton'a most promin- In this sale. Why comment, on Edna championship timber! She is selling nine piga, not subject to register. Pigt all size ard various locations and at various prices, but any farm priced at ent winners In saddle and harness claa, May, for who does not know of her the entire lot of saddle, horses, and 6 weeka old. Prsce $J0. S. H. Aldridge, Lancaster Ky. its market value. hi. He sired Smtley's Choice, which greatness and her value to a breeding they are to be sold for the high dollar. PARKS & HENDREN COMPANY. with clear water. If the first applica tion does not complete tho cure repoat the process. It usually worka Ilka magic, even if stains ore perfectly dry. o GARKAItO CIRCUIT COUKT. At a Standstill. G. W. Callebba' Adm'r.. et al Mr. Henry Clay IMnckney, an Plaintiffs, of deepest ebon hue, la very III. The mistress of tho plantaVS. tion called to ascertain hla condition. Dora Callebba, et al, Defendants. "How la your husband this morning. Pursuant to a judgment of the Gar- k". k"." Marlndar she asked. "Mis' Jane, dey rard Circuit Court rendered at its June hain't no Imp'ovcment one way or de Extended Term, 1915, the undersigned Master Commissioner of the Garrard yudder." Circuit Court will on MONDAY, OCTOJJEK, 25, 1915, Chime and Chimes. being County Court, at 11 o'clock Is not "positively Incorrect" to same It of the Court or thereabout, in use the word chlmea. "We have heard House Door in the front of Lancaster, town the chimes at midnight. Maater Shal- Ky., sell to the highest and best bidder low," exclaimed Putstaff; and the the following personal property: "Chlmea of Drugea" Is an expression 1 chestnut stallion about 5 years old. The purpose of this sale is to satisfy that haa been used "mrrprtlv" onntiffh tho lien of Chanman & Co.. and any too, a thousand times. other liena that may be adjudged against the proceeds of the said safe. Under the Oilcloth. TERMS. Oilcloth when used to cover tables Said sale will be made on a credit of will last much longer If the?tfclH and the purchaser will be first be covered with paper, welt three months required to execute a bond with ap- rubbed with machine oil to keep the W, II. Iiroved security, payable to under aide of the oilcloth moist. Maater Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court, said bond bearing Interest. at 6 per cent ner annum from . First Old-Ao- e Pendens. date of aale until paid, and a lien will Old-ag- e pensions were first propoiad be retain upon the said propel iy to secure the payment of said bond. In the nrlttsh Parliament talTTt W. II. Drown, M. O. 0. C. C. I 1 n nt record-p.lce- d fTM a 1 1 a ,,,,