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Commercial Club Meets Tonight. NUMBER 20. Kirk Klenns Klothes. Phono W. Godliness, The mott essential part of political science, is experience, coupled with WANTED 5000 DOZEN EGGS honusty and energy which we all know Fresh Eggs 21c, extras candled 22c. Is to be found in every mn on the II. li. Northcott. democratic ticket from SUnlev down. October, W Wm&mm.'m wmm&m togs g('.E 1 1 Si ur Owensboro Wagon k We have a complete line of Grain Scoops and Shovels. ' 1 Is the best on the market. g S jia I- lit a 3 Conn- - Brothers, a LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. U ' Wife en Ybii Think is of new shoes this place to buy them. a good merc- handise give satisfaction. Our fitting service and For comfort, style and service be fitted in a "Natural Shape" Florsheim they're becoming more popular daily with our customers. you want at a price you should pay for a good pair or shoes. We curry the Famou "ENDICOTT-JOIINSON" At $5 and $6 you'll get what -- AND "NUNN & BUSH" line of WORK SHOES. Complete line of BALL BAND RUBBERS LOGAN. ANDERSON & TOMLINSON. ' EVERYTHING the glorious month when Cleanliness . .L . . me sucruioni. oyster .mown mmaeu hone 78. aright, is now upon us. May th Lord Iluy your whiter coal now and save give us strength of character sufficient money. HutUoti, iiugne ac rurnau. to look the Insidious beast squarely in the eve and withstand his devilish evening ties are those that The charms so long as he moveth himtelf at dark. keep a than at home after the rate of GO cents a quart. LexingWe handle only the genuine Kanawha ton Herald. alt. It Is the belt. Don't loaf on the streets and tell Hudson, Hugdes & Farnan. strangers that the town is dead. It Is Something doing every week. Big not. The trouble is not that of a dead Olhe tomorrow, Woman's Club Dis town, hut of dead energies of too many of its people. Show that you are alive trict Convention Nov. Cth. by moving lively, wide awake by jumpOur ing Into it, on the alert by improving Good flour makes good bread. flour is guaranteed to please your opportunities, and getting there Hudson, Hughes &Fornau because you are in the lead of the pro It is remarkable how much more re cession. ligious a pcrsi.n can be In a Our republican friends may have as dress and a love of a bonnet than in a they claim a great organization, but no lot of dowdy old duds. matter how thorough it seems to be to them appears to us very plainly, that The date which follows the subscri they it have no generals. And what Is a ber's name on the address label on this strong army worth to any cause with paper means that the subscription has out a lot' of good generals? The repub fl been paid to that date. lican candidates know little about If Ed Morrow really wanted to bo fighting a political battle and we think elected he mould have staved off the less about administering alTairs of state tump. He should have known, better to the satisfaction of their constituents. than to give the people a fair chance The summer is pait, and soon the to compare him with Stanley. last month of autumn will be here. A "Will you please insert this obituary few nore weeks and we will be in notice!" asked an old gentleman of an midwinter. Whatsoever thy hands find editor. "I make bold to ask it because to do, do it with thy might. The prethe decease had a great many friends dictions are another cold winter, with here who would be gtad to hear of his abundance of snow; and that Jack Frost may net torment us and deprive us death." wholly of comfort, we should prepaie Mr. Hillings says everybody is In to withstand him. Hut a few more on Job, and Job days are left us; let us wisely improve the habit of bragging did have considerable pashunce; but them. did he ever keep a district skule fur 8 dollars a month and board around, or A county superintendent in a neigh boring county asiced every teacher at run a kuntree newspaper? the county institute who took their With WooJrow Wilson in Washing. local or county paper to hold up their ton and Owsley Stanley in Frankfort, hands and only six responded. The those Kentuckians who love honest superintendent expressed great sur government, with the peo- prise and said: "You don't spend ple and freedom from corruption will dollar a year with those papers, yet (eel sure that all is well with the world you expect them to print free of Stanley's manly course in ugring the charges, notices of all institutes. Insert war department to waive all formali- long programs, expect you to climb the ties and allow Mr. Morrow's brother to ladder to better positions and better make public speeches in favor of the salaries, without a cent in return." republican ticket, plainly shows the Ed Morrow says Barksdale Hamlett keen sense of respect which he has for spent forty dollars for automobile hire, a foe. and two dollars and sixty cents for A young man of our city recently meals on a Pullman while travelling, sent $3 to a New York linn for a "mar but what Morrow forgot to say was riage guide." He received a fifteen cent that on that trip Hamlett helped collect bible and these words, 'There is no $100,000 in back taxes from the Southbetter guide for marrjed life than this ern Pacific Railroad Cb, due to High book." He got value received, more land Park graded school district. If than many get." anybody will find $100,000 back taxes duo us and will collect it, we will give Every vote cast for Stanley means spent cn that Every him more than Hamlett one more mile of good road. trip. mile of good road means six more chil dren at school. Every child at school means a better salary earner and more STANFORD HAS A PRINCESS. money circulating in Kentucky. How That Stanford has a Princess may be are you going to vote? surprising to some, but she is a PrinPlans for a new American fleet with cess in deed and in truth, pleasing not in five years practically doubling the only to the eye but the "inner men". present strcngth-- at acostof $248,000,- - This luncheonette cafe is one of the 000, and an increase in the personnel nicest in Central Kentucky, second to Mr. Wallace of the navy are included in the naval none but the Puritan. programme which soon will be submit- Walter, the proprietor, is a genial. affable host, second to no one but ted to President Wilson. Is next to -! I AN0THERGRANDS0N. .Mr. and Mrs Z mmer are rejoicing , over. the arrive of another grandson In. , CM! LOAD , . ?..,r let Pomeioy, Ohio. If he is as good looking as Charles Jr., Is he has every reason to be congratulated. For Ei C&rs GILBERTMS announced. C. G, Barrickman, City Attorney of Shelby ville, was In Stan ford Thursday morning, conferring with a number of JUST RECEIVED. well-fittin- g democratic politicians concerning the candidacy of Hon. Ralph Gilbert, of Shelby county, who has just aunounced that he will be a candidate for the democratic nomination for congress next year to succeed Congressman liar vey Helm. Mr. Barrickman said he had been over a number of the counties of the Eighth district and found things very encouraging for his man. Interior Journal. DEMOCRATIC la RALLY TO BE AT OLD FAIR GROUNDS All preparations have been completed for holding the big democratic rally on tomorrow, Friday. Hon. John M. Farra has given the democrats permission to serve the burgoo in his beautiful woodland and the speaking will be held in the amphitheater of the old ftir grounds. The Band will be on hand after 10 o'clock and those in charge think they have ample provisions provided to feed tho expected crowd. If the weather is favorable this will probablv be one of the biggest democratic rallies held in Garrard County in many years. See sample NOW and place your order. ROADSTER TOURING CAR F. a. -- $390.00 - $440.00 0. B. DETROIT. Haselden Lancaster, 1 Bros., Kentucky 1L ARTISTS' OPINIONS OF ALCOHOL. Not long ago an effort was made by the Students' Total Abstinence Union in Sweedcn to find out them artists and literary men what their views were as to the influence of alcohol on the inspiration of ideas. The question put to them was: "Is alcohol, in your opinion, adapted toassistor hinder The an artistic or literary worker?" answers, almost without exception, were that its use hindered rather than n g G. M. LYON'S STORE BUSY CASH helped. Among those whose opinions were asked we find Auguste Rodin, the great sculptor. His answer was short and to the noint: "Those who depend on the use of alcohol to give them inspirations or suggestions are doomed to see them selves and their work soon forgotten. Where you can find a charming display of COATS, SUITS AND PIECE GOODS The Busy Cash Store can save you money. Give us a call. DEMAND FOR FORD CURS GREATER THAN SUPPLY. rou MEN Thm Niu high arxh imdll htL 5nco From the Republican headquarters in Louisville comes the report that the STATE GAME AGENT. Republicans arecountingon Democratic over confidence and apathy this year to Mr. Steve K. Vaught, formerly of land Ed Morrow under the wire a win- Harrodsburg, has been appointed by J. ner. Vote early, Democrats, and show Quincy Ward, State Agent for the Fish cm where they're wrong. and uamo Commission, a county orho will Why is it, a careless seven year old ganizer for the Commission and county and organize associakid can drop a half burned match in an visit each About 10,000 more English alley and burn up all the barns In a tions. pheasants have been ordered and these block, while an able bodied man has to will be apportioned throughout the use up a whole box of matches to get a wood fire started in a heater that has state and protected for five years under draft enough to draw all the furnlturo strict laws. The streams throughout the state will also be restocked with up the stove pipe? fish and protected for the same length Kentucky is a democratic state, ab of timo and it it hoped that by that solutely so. Then is it meet and proper time Kentucky will again be o paradise that its citizenry should countenance for game. CHURCH t the election of a lot of republican pie eaters over such a ticket headed by our NOW MILITARY . COUNTRY. Owsley Stanley, not only one of tho "Botta". In their regular space of this issue of the RECORD appears the adver tisement of Haselden Bros., announcing the arrival of the Ford cars, the agency for which they have recently secured. One of the members of this enterprizing firm, states to a representative of the RECORD that they s of have just received two these popular cars, all of which have been sold. They expect other cars In from time to time and hope to supply the demand that is Increasing every day, for the most economical car ever put on the market. This tirm has set apart one of their large warehouses for the erection and displaying ol tnese cars and will carry a full and complete assortment of repairs, showing that they are looking to the interest of their natrons should they need anything the repair line. Anyone anticipating buying one of the cars in the near should see Haselden Brothers at once and place their order, for it looks now as if the demand will be greater than the supply. G. 3C M LANCASTER. LYONS. KENTUCKY. 31 in 1L 1z 1L e, WILL HAVE PICTURE MACHINE. SittS a Dis am some buggy. 8 Will have same on display in Lancaster, next Monday, OCTOBER, 25tb. g R. M. ARNOLD. DANVILLE, KY. Bethlehem of Judea, where first most gifted but experienced statesmen has produced in were uttered the words "Peace on the Commonwealth Earth" now is a very active center of half a century. We think not. a very active militant country. Nearly The managers at Republican the entire Holy Land has been trans in Louisville have instructed formed into a military camp, and every their workers in the rural districts to day soldiers arx maneuvering on the use every effort to make a gain of Mount of Olives, at Golgotha and Jer at least, four in every precinct in the usalem. The Turks are commanding state, which, they say, in addition to the forcea on land and the Germans the democratic apathy, will insure the have alrcrafts hovering over the opera election of the republican ticket. tions, protecting the trains of camels, Democrats, do you catch on?. dromedaries and mule' that are carry' are very few "House for Kent" ing supplies intended for relief of the There signs to be sect in our town. That is a Turks In Europe and also for a possible proof of growth and prosperity, but al attack upon the English In Egypt. so an Indication that more homes ought to be provided for the people PRESBYTERY TO MEET HERE. who would move here, if houses could The Presbytery of Transylvania will be rented. A number of cozy and at meet here next Saturday afternoon and tractive cottages that can be rented as will hold in session every afternoon, a reasonable figure is what we need. morning and evening, concluding next All services will be Luke McLuke says: "The man,' who Monday night. watches the clock all day for fear he held at the Presbyterian church, Dr. might work one second more than the W. A. Ganfield, of Center College pre' Eight Hours allotted, and who beats it Biding at one of the meetings. The out of the shop a few minutes ahead of fourth Centennikl of John Husi will be everybody else so be can wash up and celebrated at the Sunday afternoon get up to tlte Poor Man's Club, Is the services, at which Dr. McDowell, of same fallow who Is always Indignating Danville and Dr. McLeed of Harrods about the Kobber Trusts andtheTvran burg, will make addresses. Those tak ny of Capitalism, and who is always me Part In the Presbytery here will wondering why he can't earn more attend the Synod at Ashland, which be gins there next Tuesday. than 12 per day." head-quate- (Jessamine News.) A contract for the erection of one of the finest country churches in Central T Kentucky has been let by the Provi dence Christian church congregation, The church, which will be located near the site of the present old church, six will be of miles from Nicholasvllle, pure Doric architecture, constructed of brick with stone trimmings, will have a seating capacity of 800 and will cost $15,000. The building will be modern in all its appointments and will consist of an auditorium, twelve separate Sun rooms besides the general Sunday "school room, parlors, a dining room and kitchen. A pipe organ will be installed. The purpose of the con gregation Is to make tht building one of the bvsl In the country and as ideal as possible and to attain this end Sun' room Is to be so arranged that a motion picture machine may be Installed. The memorial names on the windows of the old building will be transferred to the new building, and in all probability the windows of the new bulldincr w all be memorial windows. The old building has been told to Jet' samlne county to be used as a common Ity school building as soon as the new building Is completed, and will probably be remodeled to some extent before teing occupied. Before you buy your come and let us show you the famous I It's many popular features and other points when selecting a you should not over-loo- k n Cooking stove. GLOBE W. J. Lancaster, Ky. ROMANS, Page 2 What Cures pThe Womans Club! (Kdlttd ny The Womtn. The Central Record, Thursday Oct 2 SCHOOL NOTES. BY WILL RICE AMON. Why Not Publish 1, 1915. It? Eczema? e, Clb Last week Mrs. George Robinson TCe' ha.r had o many Inquiries lately conducted a delightful hours study on rerardlnc Ecz.ma and ether, akin our She waa "American Landscanlsts". that we are glad to roak anewer public After careful Invettlta. nblv nssistcd bv Miss Nancv Walker. tlon we hare found that a almple wath compounded Mrs. Wm. Cook and Mrs. Emma Kauff- of Oil of Wlnterrreen, In D. t. D. Prescription, can ba relied upon. we would not maica tnia u eiate-ine- nt Colorado was the second State to IhcQUap enjoy the blessings of woman suffrage Wyoming, where emancipation was tho with tonsilitis. old, has heard of or perhaps seen Colo-nc-l granted In 1SC9, continues to be short Theodore Itoosovclt, who for sovon Several from here attended court at of women. Why the oppressed of the years wns president of tho United Nicholatvillo Monday. superior sex don't rush thither to un States, Up I. considered one of tho Miss Ola Vanderpool of Lexington is rivet their chains remains one of the MT. HEBRON inexplicable to mysteries of feminism tho guest of her cousin. Since 1893 Colorado the unlnltlate. R. B. Halcomb of Wilmore made ( Delay e J Letter.) has betn an Arcadia, a Utopia of business trip here Monday. Mrs. Mat FolRer of Somerset ipent freedom and equality. It was a Colo W. T. King Jr., of Paint Lick was Isst week with relatives In this locality. rado State Senator who told the New visitor here Saturday and Sunday. Jersey folks that the men who oppose Car Load Northern Seed Rye. Mrs. Orpha Ruble and daughter Mina woman suffrage are "pinheads . Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. BOY'S COMPOSITION ON GIRLS, Hoi a of Wilmore are with relatives. Miss Emma Dolton of Pleasant HUI Girls is the only folks that has their Messrs. Geo. Smith and M. O. Essen spent a part of last week with friends New York will have an opportunity own way every time. Girls Isof sever bock were tho guests of Misses Clarks here. next month to view a large number of al thousand kinds, and sometimes one last week. who has Mrs. W. B. Montgomery Faris fashions design girl can be like several thousand oth Mr. Virgil Scott has returned after a Save your money and triple your light. Enjoy the been very sick for sometime is Improv. ed by the most widely known costum-er- s er girls If she wants to do anything visit with his brother C. M. Scott of Girls is alike one way, and they are all Lawrence burg. ing slowly. home comforts and conveniences afforded by of France. Paul Poiret. Mme. Paquin, Worth like cats. If you rub 'em the right Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Montgomery are Miss Florence Christopher of Burgin the proud parents of a fine baby girl, Jeanne Lanvlh, Callot Soeurs.BlancJiin! way of the hair they'll purr and look was the week-enguest of Mr. and Buy them in tho nine Convenient Cnrtons, rctitilnr limni'sizo 75c. each Ferier, Rodier, and other rulers in the sweet at you, but If you rut 'cm the born on the 9th., named Lucile. Mrs. J. D. Christopher. world of fashion have decided to forget wrong way or step on' their tails they'll Mrs James Clouse and daughter, Miss you. So long as you let a girl Messrs "Billy" Navlor and Robert Lovie, of Coy were with Mr. and Mrs. their own little war and raise funds for claw J. E. Sherrow the latter part of the the orphans of France's war victims. have her own way she's nice and tweet. Ogg spent the week's end with W. C, Conde Nast of Vogue has agreed to but just cross her and she'll spit at you Ogg and family of Waco. week. serve on an American committee to worse nor a cat Girls is almost like Susie May, the daughter of Mr. and Rev. Reagan of Nicholasville filled mules. If a girl don't want to believe help them. D. A. THOMAS. II. L. ELK IN. his appointments at Brown's Chapel Mrs. Luther Humphrey was taken to The costumers decided to keep their anything you can't make her. If she Sunday morning and evening. the Danville Hospital last Friday and newest creations secret, even in Paris, knows its so she wont say so. Brother operated on for appendicitis. tVe bundle only the genuine Kanawha and to send more than 100 of them to George says he doesn't like big girls Mrs. Maggie Morford and children. America for exhibition. Hi ts, boots. but he does like little ones, and when I salt. It is the beat. and stockings, gloves and such things will saw him kissing Misses Elizabeth and Christine Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Jennie Jones last Sun Protect your labour and rental by Insuring Walter were the guests ef her sister, be sent along to match the new crea day, and told him of what he'd said, he Mr. Clarence Preston of Jacksonville Mrs. J. E. Sherrow Saturday nightand tions. It has been decided to hold the said he was a biting her 'cause he III., is here visiting f lends and relatives. your TOBACCO. Rates reasonable. Sec Sunday. didn't liko her. I think he hurt her. He made public exhibition at the the trip on his motorcycle, (!) Mrs. Amanda Giulland of Junction during November. There will be two for she hollered and run, and there was I IN' Mr. Clint Woodward and family of City and Mrs. Millie Upton of Spring- displays a day, for a week, after which a big red spot all over both of her two field were guests of the latters daugh- the gowns probably will be sent to cheeks. This is all I know about girls, Fruy motoreil here Sunday afternoon fil ter Mrs. Job Marsee, last week and other large cities of this country for and father says the less I know about and were guests of J. E. Scott and Photo by American Irea Association. family. attended meeting here. TEDDY 3D OS uia rioeTUCU. them the better off I am. exhibition. Roger Boutet de Nouvel, the French Mr. J. Spivey died at his home at "Dear teacher," wrote a parent who Mr. T. C. Scott of Harrodsburg made nation's foremost men. llcsldes ths Bourne on the It inst. after a few days author:artist, will come to America bevidently disapproved of corporal several trips last week to see his sister colonel, there are two other Theodore HOW SOON THE IS BE- In order punishment) "don't hit our Sammy. Miss Alyce Mabel Scott who is very ill Itooscvelts, and tho third of the trio Is illness from a paryletic stroke. He fore the expositions opens. shown in the accompanying picture. lesves a wife and several children all that the costumes may be shown to the We never do it at home except in self- - with typhoid fever. Ho is the son of tho colonel's oldest The undersigned hereby T7e warnof whom are married. Interment the best advantage, they will be worn by defense." COMES THE AINT. Miss hlizabeth Christopher has re son and Is therefore Teddy 3d. The ing to all persons not to trespass upon following day in Mt Hebron cemetery characters in, a playet that he has turned to her home in Lexington after youngest Teddy likes to go bathing on lands for any purpose whatever as Much sympathy is extended the bereav- written for the occasion. This poem was found fluttering along our nursing Miss Alyce Mabel Scott for tho bench at Southampton, N. V.. nnd SEPTEMBER REPORT. we will proarcute all offenders to ful ed family. weeks who has been very ill of tho camera man came upon him there the gutter by the I'ecord Office before hst exti-n- t of tr--. law several Hunters and. The series of meetings at this place As the a noiheaiterly breeie. Our readers ire typhoid fever, but is very much im- and snapped his photograph. Paint Lick High School. Dr. Anna H. Shaw's views on mar Fiahermrn especially take notice. picture shows, he Is standing on a Indebted to Tercy for reicurlnc It. conducted by pastor J. V. Mahan and proved at this writing. riage have been presented at consider chutr, as though he were dvllrerlns a Ed Si N U l'nce It. L. Elkln Rev. J. L. Dotson of Harrodsburg speech to hi companion, ns very like, The crickets now no longer crick; Enrollment 29. W. It. Cook. Mrs. Hebcrca J. Wrst. closed Sunday night, thirtyone were' able length in an Interview in the Phil ly he was. The picture It too miall to The thickets once so lushly thick Present Every Day; Sadie, Nell, adelphia North American a suffrage Bigness of Soul. II. C. Arnold. James G. Conn. added to the church one by relation on Are thinning out. It Is easy to respond to lore and show his playmates, who were grouped J. C. Morgan. J. I'. Illand. by letter and 29 by baptism which was newspaper which may be trusted not to Mabel, Marie, Cleone, Leota, Morris, kindness, but what Is our response to la front of hlni. He proluilily Inherits The trees are looking sore bereft Long llros J. II. and V. S. Weaver adminstered at Dix River Sunday after-noo- misrepresent the president of the Nat Logan, Chester, William, James. Gor unlovely things when sudden occasion his tendency to scchmakuig from bis llerause their little leaves have left don, Amis, David, Olin. We will add other names for 25 cents jRev. Dotson is an able sreacher ional Woman Suffrage Association. arises to test the quality of our tem- famous grandfather, who, as every one And wooHnR zephyrs Commended for quietness in the Dr Shaw regards the lot of the aver cash. and believes in the "Old time Religion". per? Tho manner ot our response knows, is noted for hU ability on the Now whiff about. age married woman as so hard as to Schoolroom; Cris, Leota, Frank, Olin, when we have no time to tako a sec platform. call for Special alleviation. Women in Sam. The equinoctial knocks along ond thought. Is a sure Indication of Best in Spelling; (over 95 percent); the character of the Individual. industry clerks, secretaries, stenogWonderful Stones. rCAL-SING- S And croons his cquinoxious song Probably the largest stones ever used raphers, typewriters, etc. do not look William, Ora, Cleone, Mabel, Morris, Unity. Of gloomy glee. In auy building are seen in the wrstcni any favors in tho matter of vaca Marie, Sadie, Emma, Earle, Ava. for The nightingale with voices so gsy wall of the great temple of llaatbek, hi tions over men similarly employed. Hut (William did not miss a word). Stock and Poultry Gifts That Bring Happiness. Syria, and tho problem U still un Has piped herplpplng pipe away Best in Spanish; Ora, Mabel, Glatha Dr Shaw is apparently so Impressed It Is not rare gifts that mala, men solved as to tho methods used In con For some more soft pippritloui day with the drudgery of a wife's domestic Sadie, Earle, Emma. happy. It Is the common and simple veying them from the quarries and of In times to be. Remedies. cares that shn thinks that they call for uest in .Memorization; (over 95 per and universal gifts. It Is health and placing them in imxltlou. The quarries The tadpole sheds his twirling tail special relief. She says: "I should cent); Sadie, Ora, Mabel. Marie, Mor the glance of sunshine In the mornAre belter than "jtock fowls" tbe-blocks were undoubt from which and "condition powd-rs- ," being; It Is fresh air. It la tho friend, edly cut can be seen nbout a half u And bounds about the shallow shale fix a fortnight's furlough every two ris, William. came they nre medicines and To froghood hep. Over 90 per cent in Science; Ora,' the lover, It Is the kindliness" that mile to the sotithwvst of the temple, months, and I think that this should be HEM-Ethere is n meet ua on tho Journey; It may bo The threo stones lie horizontally nnd And little veals right on the job every woman's due. It would add 'to Logan, Nell, Sadie, Morris, Gordon. V for every ailment of Hor C IK Over 95 per cent in Literature; Ora, only a word, a smile, a look; it ts form part of tho other wall of the About the purling pastures bob her value. The average family doesn't ses. Cattle, Swine and I'oultrv these and not any rarity of blessing building. They nro not on the lowest Their heads, and hearts and heels athrob know the worth of the wife and mother Leota, Sadie, Nell, Logan, Amis, Ches that are God's gentle art of making part of tho masonry, but aru twenty- lliir..if.i.,ii,. baii.u in. .t. And full of pep. tern until she leaves the home. kiwrkt exit orra He. fill They are ter, Olin, Mabel, William, James. happy. Morrison. three feet above tho Urst row of stones. Hot lteiioratire. fur Cholera, aad always glad to have her back. Best in Geometry; Sadie. Then liicrraic. wlht. Mm. 11 , in. Kncli stouo Is over sixty feet long. The oysters hoist their souls from sleep again it is good for the wife to get Best in Advanced Algebra: William, Colle Cure, no itiewk. a dvie Unthirteen feet high and ten feet thick. And from their cloisterrd cloisters creep tie . IV. U itn hnllle Development of Human Jaw. away. As long as she stays in tho same Mabel. The most wonderful block of all still With loud hurrah. Dlitemptr Cuaih and RemTho bony structuro of prehistoric lies in tho qtiurrles, for something must Best in Algebra One; David, Leota. rut she loses the sense of.her own value. edy, lane umie II My lleate toe. Decause the Summer's spell of fear Good in Kapia Addition JEarle, Frank, human Jaws was of astonishing the work becomes monotonous, have occurred to stop the work of Is over and they may nppesr her ' and wrt, ..V!"f,,a'' 10c, Soe They were bcparatlng it completely from tho rock, and strength. nerves are affected, she is always tired Chester, Dewey, Morris, Sadie, Leota, (llreellue lle.liee Me buttressed, as if to withstand terrific and the great stooe has lain there for To greet chill Autumn with a cheer and becomes dissatisfied with her own Glatha. llall Cure, beal.qulrklrand aolM Of 'It. 'It. 'It! violence tiut when chins began to be centuries awaiting completion. This while norae workt, ze. Good in Astronomical Geography; worn, uatare was obliged to life. The change makes a big difference. furnish llEsnKIII.SEforalleiilarsemenl. It is like the opening of a new page in James, Gordon, Leota, William, Logan, pada for them to which circumstance stoiie ts seventy feet long, fourteen So whirls the whizzing wcrld away. feet high and thirteen feet thick. The Morris. her life." I.lclra.nl fur Doctor Robinson attributes tho origin threo aides and part of the fourth bare Today soon fadea to yesterday, Mrnlni, Ma.rtilar Soreee.t.irlo. FoaKder. etc. Dr. Shaw describes marriage as a Best in Marching; Ora, Mabel, Mor ot tho fleshy covering that adorns this been beautifully chiseled and nre Time fuges o. Sr end Oc Car ol, the irml dlilnlrelant, partnership-whi- ch indeed it but Marie, badie, brnma, Chester, part of the face today, beautifying smooth nnd even. And over all we hear the plaint, she ris, aJe. We. Its contour. does not Indicate what is to become of Willie. Ollie. From rich and poo', from sinner, saint, Airtent for Call! (Inereawt milk and tior.et. mi, j. eud II. the other partner while the wife and Best Recitation Voices; Ora, Olin, "How soon the Is becomes the Ain't Tha Barber Pole. IDCLTKY ItKMllHKS. mother is taking her two weeks' fur Sadie, Mabel, Earle. Cleone. Ollie, Down here below t Tbe command to Hgyptlan barbers Wife's Ingratitude. I'oullrr IteatuMtlre, liirreairt lough every two months. Is he to give Glatha, Nell, Morris, James, Gordon, Kra aurl rie.h frixluetlon.ZKc. tl.M "All my efforts to be useful around to visit the dead and reiwrt on the 11.00 up his work for home come to naught," walled on cause of death is a reminder that bar of the Amis. Diarrhea KvBHdr.tOc. Atchison man. "The other day it en- bers wcro formerly surgeons alao. The time in order that he may do the houseG. L. Waterbury, Principal. (Jane Itemed?, Me, tered my head to do tho family wash- barber's pole, lu fact, had to do entire work and look out for the children? l.trt Powder. 10a X and 11.00 ing. But because I put tea towels in ly with the surgical brunch of tbe And how is ho going to arrange the HOl - KKMKIIY. the ttaton lion Must Be Shrouded In Moth Balls. tho washing machine with white business; being provlity! for the pa trrlt, I0endc. matter with the employer? And how opis he to compete with other men who Farewell, Palm Beach, goodbye, adieu, clothes, and later put colored clothes tient to clutch tightly during the CC.&J. E.STORMES, Druggist WVve worn you all thesuoimer thru. with white clothes, and still later eration of "blecdlug." The orimiivntul are not under a similar handicap? washed dishes with water I took from fillet symbolized the ribbon uetl to But now the season's got your goat, LANCASTER, KY. These and like questions seem not to tho washing macblno after the washbandage tho arm whence blood wai And what we need is an overcoat. have occurred to Dr. Shaw. The Sufing was done, my wife ordered me to taken. In Hngland the earliest moll anything frage shibboleth is "equal rights," and leave the premises." Kansas City cat society formed Itself tho Ilarbvr- made with Calumet Baking not "special privileges," if the wife Star. tiurgeons company. thouM be "nipped In the had Powder. Mother never needs a vacation eery two months so bud", fcr II allowed to run bakings until such wholesome does the husband. The average family Puiile. unchecked, serious results she used Calumet. Religion and Business. I am composed of lire letters. My dosen't know the value ot "Father" may lollow. Numerous "It's Calumet surety, uniformity, Unctuous Stranger (who has been first minus my fifth gives my second until he leaves home. cases ol consumption, pneupurity, itrength.thit makes everrbik. asked to lead In prayer) Oh, Lord! my second plus ono gives my fourth; monia, and ""er fatal disine turn out ripht that uvel millions prepare us all to die; go dat when (Ivo times my first plus five times my of houtewive llilinj Y owder money. eases, can :ed back to dat dread moment arrives we kin tfth given my third; my whole Is funny. Be fair to youriclf utc Calumet. a cold. At the fust sign ol a Answer. Comic. OYSTERS. calmly say, "Ob, death! wbar Is dy Received Hlibeil Award. AT OUR cold, protect younell by yn Cook hook iW stlngf Oh, gravel whur is dy vicSlip in I'v4 Van, thoroughly cleansing your tory?" And, ob. Lord, It dar am any (From the Newark News) Three Withes. system with a lew doses ol Should a good (airy come thla way present here tonight dat am not pro- So her doctor said. Her And Hive m wlahea three, Summer gone. Autumn's here. pored to die, guide them, we beseech friends and neighbors felt would not hava to atop and think, I The fields now are brown and sere. thee, around to room 74, at de 'AmerTHEDFORO'S sure of it too. They have I know Juat what they'd be. But there Is balm to sooth my pair. ican Kagle hotel whar I am stoppln' used Peruna themselves I'd wish thera wain't any achool. as de general agent ob do Coontown The OYSTER'S back with us again. in and know of its merits. WOT MAO Bo I could alwaya play Life Insurance company! Life. BLACK-DRAUGI do not know just how the "R". Out In the yard and Balds and woods HT That old cough that had day and every day, All Comes In my blissfulness to mar. Good Work and worried her for years and But this I know, and this I say I'd hava a baby slater, too. years, for which she had Loanty Court Days. I have not had a STEW since May, With ahlny yellow curls. Prompt Service by taken all sorts nf much For there la nothing quite ao nice Nor have I seen a single FRY Kichmond, 1st Monday. Aa little baby (trie. medicines, has disappeared. Expert Mechanics. To gladden epicurean eye. Paris, 1st. Monday. j ci una is uoing me worK, Then everyday I would have Jane I have not had a chance to dwell, the old reliable, vegetable Frankfort, 1st. Monday, She will recover. Indeed, Complettt line of Tires. flaky tarti for me Make In joy on oysters on tho shell. 'Iver powder. And lllt'e cakee, ami then I'd wish Harrodsburg, 1st Monday. she has recovered. Everything in Autpmoblle oil, dear, that makea threat Hut, Summer bridgs me mingled Joys; Mr. Chas. A. Ragtand, o Lexington, 2nd. Monday. -- flood Ilouaekeeplng. Accessories. Its pleasures on me sometimes cloys. Madison Heights, Va., says; Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Her namo la Mrs. William I love to swim and fish and boat; Hohmann, 27C4 Lincoln Ave., have been using Thed- Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Chicago, Ills. Ehe bad suffered , 'Tis fine in idleness to gloat Carlisle, 2nd, Monday, lord'i for Prestolite Service. with catarrh of the bronchial I The hot spell brings good things to eat stomach troubles, indigesDanville, 3rd Mond?r. tubes and had a terrible cough Hut none of them is joy complete; tion, and colds, and find It to Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday ever since a child, As she Kot People Say To" Us MITCHELL & be the very best medicine I Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday, fciho older she grew worse, tTbe OYSTER is all things (none, !'I cannot eat this or thai food, It dot coughed both winter and sum A banquet, consomme to bun. ever used. It makes art old Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. advice to not ngrco with roe.'!. Our mer. Had to sit up at night man led like a young one." , It's appetizer, meat, dessert, Somerset, 3rd. Monday, nil of them U to take a SHACKELFORD. Could not sleep. "But alt that Sometimes a pearl stud for my shirt. Insist on Thedford's, the Georgetown, 3rd. Monday, has left mo now, Tcruna has original and cenulnc. The time of joy has come at last; LANCASTER. 4th. Mondiy me," cured Second Street. Phone 121. Cheap and big canBaklngPowdtrsdo not I Tho There, aru others, and then "r" less months are in the past. Winchester. 4th. Monday. aaveyou money. Calumetdoea It'aPure before and alter each mea!. 25c a box. Is a reason. I care not for the autumn's chill Monday. Monticello. 4th. Danville, Ky. and far superior to sour milk and soda. While I of OYSTERS eat my fill. R. E. Mcnoberte Versailles, 4th. Monday. to our patrona, frlemla and neliti-lo- ri unleea we were eure or It anil although there are many remedlea void, we ouraelvea recommend D..D. D Prescription. D.op Isle our (tore today, Juit toTtilk ever the merits of thta wonierluUrrn acrUUoa. R. E. McRoberts, Lancaster, Ky. There Is a diptheria scare in school. Dr, Acton visited the school Monday nnd sent all home who had a sore throat. Prof. Cancer has been absent from school for n few days on account of tho Illness of his son, Robert During his absence Rev. Clere has conducted the chapel exercises. The foot ball game between the Berea and Lancaster boy scout teams, which was to have been played Friday was postpooned because the Berea boys wero unable to leave school. Th Lan caster team will go to Berea Wednesday. The Lancaster High School toot ball team will play Danville High School Friday afternoon on tho home ground. This is the second game of the season and we expect to have close game. The team needs the school both to "root" for them and help them out financially. When you want a fact to becomo generally knowd, tho right way Is to publish It Mrs. Joseph Kalians, Peru. Ind., was troubled with belching, sour stomach and frequent headaches. She A Very Small Descendant of a writes, !'I feel It my duty to tell others Notable American. what Chamberlain's Tablets have done for me. They have helped my digea 3D ROOSEVELT tion and regulated my bowels. Since THEODORE using them I have been entirely well.' For sale by all dealers. Qrandeon of the Former President I a tlvety Youngster Fond of the Sea BUENA VISTA shore Pussies, Qamea and Stories For Little People. Master Charlie Dietrich has been ill land, yonng or Every person in FOR YOUNG FOLKS Better Li Way to ! 'jiPt NATIONAL MAZDA LAMP. d R. E. McROBERTS, Luncuster, Ky. 1 n I It e I Tobacco Housed. THOMAS & ELK I ft I Agents. POSTED ft CAL-SIN- mm i I C&ni Resist is-- She Will Recover eSTOP GARAKE Danville jj When l'l Ulack-Urauc- ht I K-- "he Central Record, Thursday Oct 21,1915 Page 3 DEMKUTIC U1LT At Lancaster, Friday, Oct 22nd. SENATOR OLLIE JAMES and other prominent speakers will be on hand to address the Democrats of Garrard and adjoining counties. Burgoo For Everybody. NEEDFUL KNOWLEDGE A Music by Brass Band. formerly Miss Marie Mahonev of this citv. Mr. Anderson T. Nunnelley, owner of the Nunnelley Stockyards, suf fered a stroke of paralysis last Sunday, is not able to be out of his bed and his friends are still very anxious about his condition. He has no use of his left hand and arm. Mr. A. P. Nave, aged 76- - died at the home of his daughter, Mrs. S' L. Bur- dette last week after a short illness. having suffered a stroke of paralvsis while on a visit near Harrodsburg. The remains were laid to rest in the Danville cemetery Friday morning. Misses Nancy Yeager and Lettie Walker McKinney were in Louisville Sunday. Miss McKinney, who won the tnp to the exposition in the Runaway June contest here went to Louisville to see Norma Phillips, who plays the part of "Runaway June" and make ar rangements about the trip. Remember the date, Friday, October 22nd, and don't miss it. FEW DON'TS FOR OUR TOWN. GOOD TREATMENT Lancaster People Should Learn To Delect The Approach Of Kidney Disease. FOR OILY SCALPP. Men and women whose hair and scalp are excessively oily have hard work keeping their hair in good condition. Dust and dirt mingle with dandruff. cling to the oilv hair and scalp, clog the scalp pores, stifle the hair roots and make proper cleansing almost impossible. Everybody Get In Line For Prosperity. Home Patronage Will Do It If you spend your money with your neighbor he'll spend hu with you. The ads. in your home paper will tell you how to spend it judiciously. BOOST FOR HONE TRADE AND PROSPERITY 141 1-- 2 ACRES OF VERY FERTILE LAND FOR SALE BY often proves fatal. You can use no better endorsed kid ney remedy than Doan's Kidney Pills. Here's Lancaster proof of their merit. W. M. Zanone, stationary engineer. LanCampbell and Crab Orchard Sts caster, 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 diffi cult? In straightening. Doan's Kidney Pills relieved me." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim ply ask for a kidney remedy get same that Doan's Kidney Pills-t- he Foster-Milbur- Don't fall tu sound Its praises where-eve- r you are. The symptoms of kidney trouble are Don't make your monev out of Its many. Disordered kidneys often ex- citizens and spend it somewhere else. crete a thick, cloudy, olTensive urine, Don't frown on every public improvefull of sediment, Irregular of passage ment simply because It will cost you a bv a sensation of scalding. dollar or two. or attended The back may ache, headaches and Don't sneer at the efforts of your dizzy spells may occur and the victim fellow citizens to build up the 4town but is often weighted down by a feeling of lend a hand yourself. Neglect these languor and fatigue. Don't talk a great deal about what Delay should be done and remain on the back warnings and there Is danger. seat waiting for someone else to do it. Don't sy the public schools are t failure because your boy has been up setting the school's discipline and has been punished. Don't stay at home on election day, but get out and hustle for good men and good government. Don't let a good local paper that is the town's untiring champion abandon the champion business because of lack of deserved patronage. Don't forget to drop your dollar in the slot when the committee that is after a new enterprise comes around with the subscription list. n Co., Mr. Zanone had. Don't forget that in building up the Props., Buffalo, N, Y. town, hearty united en deavor and a spirit of get there are what win the day. There is no pull LUCK VS. PLUCK. like a long pull, a strong pull and a It is a great thing to be lucky. Some pull together. men are born lucky and are followed by luck throughout their lives. Theirs is GENUINE PRESCRIPTION usually a happy lot. But there are other men upon whom FOR ALL RHEUMATISM fortune does not smile so brightly. Kheuma-th- at is the name of the What they get out of the world they get mainly through hard work, persist- scientific prescriptinn that is putting ence and pluck. When men of this rheumatism out of business. Kheuma cures by driving the uric acid type win It is usually because, In ad dition to brains, energy and persever- - from the blood. It also acts directly courage. and quickly on the kidneys, bowels and ence, their s is a They discount luck. By sheer force of blood and is better for them than most kidney cures. character they euchre Dame Fortune, Gratifying relief comes in a day, be tackle her at her own favorite game cause Rheuma acts at one time on the and beat her. It has been said that life does not kidneys, stomach, liver and blood. SO consist of holding a good hand, but of cents a bottle at It. E. McRobeiU and playing a poor hand well. Thus the all druggists. man who takes fate in his own hands, counts not on good luck nor on bad luck, Harmon's Lick. but bases his hopes on hard work and bull dog courage is a better man to Mr. Henry Tankersley is ill. banK on for nine tasks out of every ten Mr. Simon Tankersley is visiting set for him than the lucky man. When home folks this week. fickle fortune frowns, the man upon Mr. Irvin has moved to his new home whom she has been wont to smile is too on Peach Orchard knob. Accustomed to the favor often at sea. Mr. Dewey Parker has returned to of the Gods, he Is apt to get lost with out that favor and to flounder about as his aunts, Mrs. Ira Hawtey. Mr. G. W. Conner has been very busy a ship without a rudder, a boat without tha past week making sorghum. an oar. No one can accuse our friend A. O. Miss Senora Howard was the guest Stanley of being the particularly fav- of Miss Liza Tankersley from Friday lie is not a until Sunday, ored child of fortune. of luckless hoodoo, but Mrs. Fannie Hawley and daughters what he has get out of the world he Misses Brunette and Rena of Indiana ability and are visiting her brother Mr. Sam owes to pluck, plus native diligent application. As a barefoot boy he followed a Mrs. J. B. Gray and little nephew, reaper in vacation time, tying up wheat Raymond Lawson, have returned home As a bundles at fifty cents a day. from Indiana where she has been visit young man he taught school to earn ing her son Mr. Price Gray. money to prepare himself for the law. Mr. Fannie Hawley, Misses Brunette, young lawyer he battled his way As a to the top of the bar of Kentucky, Rena and Anna Hawley and Fannie solely on his own merits. In the legis- McQuerry, Messrs Willie Conner and lative halls of Washington ho continued Dewey Parker and Misses Senora Mr, to show the same driving power. Howard, Liza Tankersley and Knocked back now and again, he drew Simon Tankersly attended the pie supbreath and plunged In again. He has per at Bethel school house Saturday arisen to crisis after crisis Instead of night. being overwhelmed by (him. It is better tc have at the helm of What Would Yon Do? the ship of state of Kentucky, a There are many times whin one man man of the Stanley type or and motives, a child of fortune who wins only whsn questions another's actions Men act differently under different cir fortune smiles? We think the voters The question Is, what of Kentucky will know how to answer cumstances. would you do right now if you had this question on November 2nd. severe cold! Could you do better than to take Chankerlaln's Cough Remedy! It Always Does the Work. It is highly recommended by people who "I like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy bave used It for years and know its better than any other," writes H. E. value. Mrs. 0. E. Sargent, Peru. Ind., Roberts, Homer City, Pa. "I have says, "Chamberlain's Cough Remedy taken It off and on for years and It has Is worth Its weight in gold and I take never failed to give the desired results." pleasure In recommending It." For sale by all dealers. For sale by all dealers. nine-tent- Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed nowadays. It reflects good taste and at once creates a favorable impression. Parisian Sage is an Ideal treatment for this trouble. Wash the hair not oftenerthan once a week, but use Parisian Sage twice daily, pouring a little into the parted hair and rubbing briskly right into the scalp with the finger tips. It drives out dandruff, dissolves the excess oil and stimulates the scalp into healthy normal action. This simple remedy can be obtained from R. E, McRoberts or any drug counter and is very inexpensive. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. THE Central Record. EDWARD H. BYARS, FIRST AND CITY BUILDING, NATIONAL BANK LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. Loci ted In Gsrrard County neir Buena VUu, on good pike, aix miles to nation, Burgin, Ky., on the Queen & Crescent Railroad, a gcod town with fins ichool, Hank, large mill and a number of large mercantile establishments. Uurna Vlita alio has school, churches and good general stores and a Railroad good community. The land lays especially well, Is in high state of cultivation. There has never been any tobacco grown on this farm and more than two thirds of the farm will grow a fine quality of Whit Burley Tobacco and a splendid yield. DISTRICT". County. The greater portion of this farm Is in grass and has been well cared for, for years. This land will also produce fine hemp and is considered by the best farmers In that section to be the best wheat land in Garrard County. The farm is extra well watered by large never falling springs, well distributed over the farm which makes It an Ideal stock farm. The Improvements consist of a good three room tenant dwelling and good small stock barn. Large frontage on the pike und a beautiful building site on the pike. This is the best tenant proposition In it large territory, as very little money Is invested in buildings. Prico for quick sale $90.00 and a sure enough bargain. Quite a lot of valuable timber on the farm. "NO BETTER TOBACCO LAND IN THE WHITEBUBLEV Our highest priced tobacco is grown In this section of Garrard Horses I ARMY will be in PAINT LICK, SATURDAY, OCT. 23rd and in LANCASTER, Monday, Oct 25th to buy Army Horses from 5 to 10 years old. If you want to sell, see me. R. W. SMART, CINCINNATI, 0. OF ( Walter here. BOURBON POULTRY CURE Mr. W. H. Murphy and little son are In the drlaklag' w.t.f at McKinney Texas, with his son, Joe Mates Hans Lai Amazingly Murphy and family. Corel Roup, Coldl. C&olcra,. Madam Rumor has it that one of our Llmbernock Prtrenti Slck-On SOo bottle mak.i prominent doctors is soon to wed one of rallom ot medicine. At Vftlo- Stanford's fairest ladies. Ma poultry book Irw. TJr. and Mrs. W, B. O'Bannon were co, umiti,u. muasoa if hut in Lancaster Sunday afternoon the Sold by J. R. Mount, Son & Co. guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. T. West. Dr. and Mrs. J. J. Pursley, of Lan Logans Chapel. caster, were here between trains Monday night on their way South to spend There will be services at Logans the winter. Chapel this week, conducted by Rev, Mrs. T. A. Rice went to Louisville, tlouart smith. Thursday to attend the grand opera. Mr. J. C. Warmoth visited his parents She was met there by her cousin, Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Warmoth of Stan- K. K. Bourne. lord last week. Mrs. II. C. LeCompte and daughters. Mr. Wm Hilton has returned to bis of Frankfort, are the guests of her home in Rockcastle after a visit to father, Mr. Cicero Reynolds and sister, relatives here. Mrs. A. P. Hunn. Messrs J. A. and Thurmond Tudor Mrs. Anna Bailey of Lancaster, was spent Sunday with Mr. Woods Tudor called homo Wednesday on account of and family of Flatwoods. the serious Illness of her mother, Mrs. Messrs John S. Ledford and Wm. W. II. Underwood. Metcalf, spent several days with friends Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Hill have moved in Crab Orchard last week. from the Warner flats on East Main Mr. and Mrs. Dave Henry spent sev to the house of Dr. W. B. O'Bannon eral days with Mr. and Mrs. John Henon Lancaster street. ry of Lancaster last week. The football team of the school of Dickersons genuine Kanawha salt is the Deaf at Danville played the Stan- the best. ford foot ball team here Friday afterHudson, Hughes & Farnau.B noon and defeated them G to 7. Mrs. Wm. Ledford and little daughCol. T. D. Marcum of Catlettsburg, ter Rebecca, are visiting Mr. and Mrs stopped off here this week for a few John Hensley at Harlan, for two weeks days stay with his daughter,. Mrs. E. Mr. G. M. Wilson sold to Mr. RayWalton on his return from the Exposimond Hendren the residence he recenttion. ly purchased of Dr. Pope in KIrksville Mrs. Joseph Coffey who has been ill for S2350. for several weeks, Is not improving and Mr. and Mrs. Tommle Warmoth and her son, Robert Coffey, of Youngstown Valley View, spent SaturOhio, has been notified and will arrive children of day and Sunday, with Mr. and Mrs. J. in a few days. C. Warmoth. Howard Newland severely strained himself while lifting goods at the store .Take?' of his father recently and will undergo an operation Monday at the home of 1 William Grimes, who succeeded Thomas Newland, as assistant postmaster, is making good in every way STANFORD and receives the praise of the public at J. L. Beazley spent last week at all times. Mr. Grimes is the son of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Grimes, of this Middlesboro. Mrs. Logan McCall Is in Louisville citv and is one of our most promising young men and will make good where- with relatives. ever he Is. Miss Lula Prewitt of Louisville is the Sheriff J. G. Weatherf ord and de guest of Mrs. C. E. Tate. puties have been busy summoning the Mrs. J. A. Dudderar of Lafayette, citizens of Lincoln county, who have Ind, ia here the guest of relatives. been chosen for the jury in the coming Mrs. S. E. Owsley of Lcuisville is the term of circuit court which will convene the first Monday, in November. guest of her sister Mrs. J. B. Jones. Mrs. G. B. Turley ot Richmond has There will be quite a number of interesting cases to come up at this been the guest of Mrs. R. T. Bruce. been filed by all tha Miss Elizabeth HIggins attended the court. Cases have attorneys of this city. Grand Opera in Cincinnati last week. William Westerfield, of Paris, is the guest of bis aunt, Mrs. M. D. Elmore. Mrs. Eliza Blalu is in Frankfort the guest of Capt. R. R. Gentry and family Dr. B. F. Walter, of Lancaster has been the guest of his son, Mr. Robert L. &N Tram Scttedele At Laacuter, Ky. ARRIVE. (No 10; 6000. ra. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with train to Cincinnati. A FEW DROPS fast No 27; 2:00 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebaron Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with train to Bristol & Atlanta. fast Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville, Ky. No. 10 No. 4 Northbound. Cincinnati Express, 4:30 a.m daily Spe 6:03 a.m. cial, dally Blue Grass Special, 08 No. 28 No. 14 daily except Sun.-6:Carolina Special, 7:00 dally No. 6 Local Express, dally 1:35 No. 2 Cincinnati Limited, C:20 daily No. 12 Royal Palm, daily.. 5:37 South-boun- a.m. a.m p.m. p.m. pjn. a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. Express, 11:05 dally No. 11 Royal Palm, daily-ll:No. 1 New Orleans Lim 11:35 ited, dally Special, No. 13 Carolina 10:15 dally No. 6 L oea I 20 No. No. 3 0 Spe ""N No. 27 Dr. E J. Brown. News bas been received here from Woodstown, N. J., of the arrival of a little son at the home of Rev. and Mrs. The mother was August Ballbach. iTwUf act m a Imtlvaltellh. rwnjng R. E. Mc Roberts Tonlaht 11:52 p.m. cial, daily Blue Grass Special, dally except Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. For rates, routes and information call upon or address M. J. Coughlln, agent; 'phone 318. Florida Spe cial, daily . . ...11:35 p.m. Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday Oct 21 1915. ore Purchasin ALL su The Central Record INCORPORATED. 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 Fabr ics and accessories. Our Shoe Department Is Full Of The Newest In Footwear. P DICKERSON. LANCASTER KY DOZIER, PARAGRAPHS FROM WORTHY COLORED MAN. DIVINE BELIEVED '&. Stricken suddenly with heart failure, tl.00 a yeah. Mr. James V Dozier, age 27 years. Issued Weekly. died at his home near Paint Lick last Saturday morning. His sudden death J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. was quite a shock to his relatives and of R. L ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. friends as hi had never cqmplalncd anv heart trouble, although he had Entered tc tb. Pot Office. In Lanesiter, Kj been suffering for several days with Mall Mutter. his eyes. He was the oldest son of Mr and Mrs. J. L. Dozier and is survived Member Kentucky Press Association by a wife and two you ig children. His ad remains were taken to Barbourville, Eighth District Publishers League. his former home, where Interment took place last Sunday atternoon. Lancaster, Kj., Octobtr 21,1915 Seeond-CU- 10.00 at Somerset was burned last Tuesday Vr County Offices For State and District Offices. . . . 15.00 morning entailing a heavy loss to the 10 owners and occupants. The fireoriginat-e- d For Calls, per line in the attic and is believed to have 10 For Cards, per line caught from defective wiring. The For all publications in the interfire department was very alow to resest of individuals or expresspond, the result being that very little ion of individual views, per Mr. Charles Renner, a 10 was saved. line of this 05 brother of Mrs. R. Zimraer, Obituaries, per line city, had leased the hotel n few months ago and his loss is quite heavy, with DEMOCRATIC TICKET. no insurance. Mr. Renner has opened up the old Cumberland hotel near the For Governor, depot, which nt the time was vacant, A. O. STANLEY. but Mr. Renner informs his patrons he For Lieutenant-Governo- r, will have it In good shape in a few BLACK, JAMES D. days. Mr. Renner has many friends For Secretary of State, hern who regret to hear of his loss. BARKSDALE HAMLETT. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Oinies . . .S 5.00 HANDSOME HOTEL BURNED. The handsome brick Newtonian hotel For Attorney-Genera- l, M. M. LOGAN, JUDGE WALKER TO SPEAK IN LINCOLN Judge Lewis L. Walker, of Lancaster, who is the republican nominee for Lieutenant Governor, will make two speeches in Lincoln county next week, speaking at Crab Orchard next Tuesday aflerroon, the 2Gth, at half past one o'clock and here at Stanford that night' at seven o'clock. Judge Walker has a great many friends in this county who will be glad of the opportunity to He hear him--, regardless of politics. made a splendid record While on the circuit bench when appointed to All the vacancy caused by the death of the late Judge Saufley. The Republican Cam paign Committee invites everyone to hear him. Interior Journal. NO RACE FOR COUNCIL. For Auditor, R. L. GREEN. For Stnte Treasurer. SHERMAN GOOQPASTER. Clerk of Court of Appeals, R. W. KEENON. Supt. of Public Induction, V. O. GILBERT. Commissioner of Agriculture, MAT S. COHEN, Circuit Judge, CHARLES A. HARDIN. Commonwealth's Attorney, EMMET PURYEAR: Circuit Clerk,'. W. B. MASON. Sheriff, G. T. BALLARD, Jr. For For For For For For For For Representative, H. CLAY KAUFFMAN. Present Board Elected Without Opposition. We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Higgins a candidate for County Every two years in the citv of Lan School Superintendent of Garrard caster a Board of Councilman are electCounty, subject to the action of the ed, and the unusual has happened In Democratic primary August 1917. There is no the good year of 1915 contest over who shall be on the Board We are authorized to announce Joe It is perhaps for the next two years. S. Ilaseldcn, of this city. Republican first time in the memory of the candidate, for Representative at Nov- the oldest citizen of the town when this ember election 1015. election did not bring on a sharp fight. The town has won fortunate to have We are authorized to announce Joe council including the Mayor A. BurnsWe, candidate on Republican a board,of who have servud tho people so satis ticKet, for Circuit Court Clerk, at factorilr for the past two years. The November election 1915. finances of the town have been econom Reason leally and honestly handled. SHIPPING FEEDERS ably good order lias been maintained, whole the majority of the pro Mr Ike Stiolbv shipped about two On the pie have been pleased, Willi the adminhnndrod feding"oattle from this place of the the public affairs of the last Monday morning t Mr. Marcus istration only change made In the Prewitt, of Winshester. These cattle city. The Board was caused by the voluntary re. was some of the cream of the county Mr. We artone, one of and were purchased by Mr. Shelby tirement of experienced members ot the from different parties at seven cents a the most ZanjiMi has always been pound; tho entire bunch averaging council. Mr. a popular member, having ld the counnbout 1000 pounds. cil in the votes at all previous elections. It is to be regretted that he could net be persuaded to longer serve the public Mr. II. T. Our good friend, Mr. Edgar Price In this important post brought to this oftlce last Saturday u Logan whd has bsen seasoned by ripe half dozen targe, red juicy appl, of experience upon the council wan select the June variety, but are now bearing ed to take the place or Mr. Zanone. profusely in October. Mr. Price, tilts The most Important matter that will us that this tree was load-- d down with come before thu next eouncil will be the delicious fruit in June, and while an attempt to furnish the people the October crop is not to abundant, with twonty our hour light service. is just as good In quality. The apples This Board is committed to the plan of are quite a curiosity and can be seen at public ownership of the lighting system of tho city if any feasable way can be this office. devised. Our Advlco Is: Hon. L. G. Davidson, present mayor, Wlien you fee! out of sorts (rem constiwill continue to serve for 'two years pation, let us gay that if v more. Tho names of the following will be upon the city ballot to be voted for Dr. J. A. at the November-election- . do not relieve you, see a physician, because do other borne remedy will. Amon, Parker Gregory, Jas A. Dalton, Bold only by us, 10 cents. Sam Cotton, W O. GoodloH and II T. Logan, K. E. McRobert. Clayton Anderson, a worthy and STANLEY'S SPEECHES. respected colored citizen, died nt his homeln the Middlesboro section of the "I unearthed the ground wire that city, last Monday night of dropsy. He connected the Senate of the United was buried Tuesday afternoon. States with 111 Fifth Ave., New York, between the desk of Nelson A. Aldrich BRUCE ARNOLD and the home of the trusts." ' Killed In Railroad Accident. "I had spread upon the record of Congress the checks and vouchers, the A telegram to relatives in this city, indif putable proof of their scarlet sins." received Tuesday afternoon, announc"Will the intelligent citizenship of ed the death of Bruce Arnold in a railKentucky entrust a party with power road collision on the Chicago, Rock that knows nothing of invisible govern- Island and Pacific Railway, near ment, or knowing is too timid or cor- Chickasha, OWa., early Tuesday morn rupt to give you its solemn pledge to ing. Mr. Arnold had btn an engineer destroy it?" on the Santa Fe for several years and "If elected Governor of Kentucxy I was considered one of the best in the pledge solemnly and earnestly the service. His sudden death was quite people of the Commonwealth here and a shock to his relatives and friends now that I will turn the calcium light here. He was a son of the late George upon the lobbyist and upon all who Arnold and u nephew of II. T. Logan. to procure positionsof honor or privilege He was never married and was 35 by any secret or unholy alliance with years old, being survived here by a him." brother, Mr. Jobn Arnold and two "Not the creation but the equitable sisters, Mesdames William Ward and distribution of wealth, is the great Henrietta Raney The family teleproblem confronting the law makers of graphed that the remains be sent to America." this city for burial and should arrive "The republican platform contains no here Saturday afternoon when interplank, no pledge to curb cor- ment will take place. porate greed nr punish corporate crime. Until the body arrives, no detlnite arThe reason is net far to seek, it pre- rangement can be made as to the exact fers to betray the people rather than tims of the burial. offend the interest." The party which had the stomach in SHOCKING DEATH. 1900 "to endcrse without reserve the Mr. Edward M. Mountjoy, of resolute and patriotic course of W. L. Taylor" nas, ot this good hour, never Lawrenceburg, Division Deputy Coa word to say in commendation of llector Jth-- i W. Hughes, with headeither the Republican, NationalorState quarters in Danville, was instantly killed at 11:05 o'clock Sunday morning a administrations." of the "If I am elected Governor of mile north pike. Lawrenceburg on acHe and his wife, Kentucky my time will not be given to Frankfort companied by twolittle neighbor girls saying things but doing them." "The eyes of the President look down of Tyrone, had started to Alton Station upon you. Where, oh where, is the to spend the day. The Ford runabout democrat, at this crucial huur, who will was beicg driren by Mr. Mountjoy at a prove recalcitrant to his mighty chief? fairly high rate of speed when an was made to turn a curve. The Inspiring ns a cundidate, greater as a patient and constructive statesman, ho front wheel bounded off, the machine upside down and then right side Is greatest as the wise, fearless, far turned seeing diplomat, preserving at once in- up and reversed directions and started back toward Lawrenceburg. violate the honor of his country nndlho Mr. Mountjoy's neck was broken, his peace of half the world." skull crushed and other injuries 'inflict"Though still living our President has ed. His wife and the two little girls already earned an immortal place even were thrown out of the machine but among "those dead but sceptored escaped injury. eoveraigns, who still rule our spirits." After the accident and after the ma"Your failure, were failure possible, chine bad turned upside down, then will appall the Democracy of America, righted and mversed itself, Mr. Mountand your assured victory will thrill joy was found seated at the steering with delight and inspire with new cour- wheel, which he was gripping tightly. Mr. Mountjoy had been making his age the militant Democracy of the nahome in Danville for the past two tion." years, he was very popular in Danville and his heme town of Lawrenceburg where be was buried Tuesday afteranti-tru- st . p & COLAPSE CERTAIN, Louisnlle Man, Howerer, Gains Weight' Alter Taking Tanlac. Louisville. Ky., Oct. 20. -- C. I). Divine, one of the best and most favorably known men in Louisville, who is bookkeeper for the Falls City Clothing Company, recently hod these word to FOR RENT '16. Tobacco, hemp, corn, meadow, wheat and grazing i land. The best stock wa ll ter. Two tobacco barns, one stock barn and good resi-- g dence. Cash rent. j say about Tanlac, the premier preparation: "It was my misfortune to be afflicted with an aggravated case of slomieh trouble and a highly nervous condition for several years. Gas would accumu- late in my stomach, causing me great pain. These attacks followed one another in such rapid succession that my entire system became weakened and made me susceptible to coughi and colds. I I 1 3 acre farm for rent for ' "At one time I feared I was in dan- ger of a complete nervous breakdown. In fact, I was told that the breakdown was inevitable, I had a tired, wornout feeling, my steep was fitful, I was lacking in energy, and had no appetite. I was depressed in spirits und devoid of ambition. "I suffered for two years, the stomach trouble refusing to yield to the treatment of the best physicians in Louisville. My nerves were shattered. (:) 1 felt as though my case was hopeless. "Sinco using Tanlac, I feel like a differert man. I have gained in weight, I sleep better, my appetite has returned, and I am filled with vigor and ambition. The tired feeling has vanished completely." Tanlac, the premier preparation, is sold in Lancaster by R. E. Mcltobertt, and in Bryantsville by Becker, Ballard and Scott. A.H.Bastin&Sop V ! i WIIDOW and I GLASS I HI .4 FRANCIS X. BUSHMAN AND BEVERLY I l; I I I PUTTY. Roof and Hpuse Paint. In and Out Floor Paint. nr. I n "I! I MYNE J Next Wednesday night nt Romans Opera House will appear "Graustark" an elaborate six film adaption of Geo. Uarr McCutcheon's facinating story teaturirg, Francis X. Bushman and fi) charming Beverly Payne. This is Es-- 1 sanay's Masterpiece and was shown in the East $1.00 and $1.50. Admission next Wednesday, 5 and 10 cents. Watch for the V. L. S. E. features that will appear soon. ' btormesiJiuff Store Al I , . i til ft Til KENTUCKY'S CHOICE And Edna Mae Sells For High Dollar. "rev; delk's - noon. fine sustained. ARNOLD. After a lingering illness, extending over four years, Mr. William A. Arnold died at his home on Lexington street, Tuesday morning at seven o'clock. Mr. Arnold was sixty seven years old. He had resided in Garrard county all his life having ben born in lower Garrard near UryanUville. He was twice married, his first wife being Miss Eliza Anna Umber, to them were born Ave children, four of whom are living und were at his Unlaid at the time of his death, they are Mrs. IUlIa Francis, Misses Allie and Mary Arnold and Mr. Jesse Arnold1. On July the 8th 1903, bo was married to Miss Lucy Gregory, In Nlcholasville, by Rev. F M. Tinder, her devotion to him at all times, has been beautiful. Another name is stricken from the ever lessening roll of our older citizens and a solitary woman Is left to sadly We symuathize with her, miss him. and children and relatives who mourn his departure. Mr. Arnold was a member of the Christian church and funeral service were conducted at his late home Wednesday afternoon a 2;30 o'clock by Rev. F. M. Tinder, assisted by Rev. S. which his remains II. Pollitl, were laid to rest in our cemetery. his wife and children Mr. Besides Arnold leaves the following brothers and sisters j Messrs James Arnold of Kansas City, Ike Arnold of Guthrie Oktt, Reuben Arnold of Pleasant Hill, Mo., Walter II. Arnold of this city and sohe1ree,"tTiis. The Rev. James Delk, who made quite a reputation while preaching at King's Mountain, Science Hill, Somer set, Junction City and other points in this section of the state, was handed uuito a wallop by the ..Kentucky Court of Appeals on acceunt of somc things h is alleged to have said fronTthe pul pit at Pulaski and which offended some of tho good people there. A dispatch from Frankfort to the Courier Journal Thursday morning said of the matter: Jumes Delk, a Holy Roller preacher, must pay the fine of 102 50 imposed upon him by tho Pulaski Circuit Courtl where he was convicted on tho charge of breach of the peace. While preach-a- t Science Hill, Delk used vulgar arid obscene language, which he alleged he did by rebuking his listeners for the sin of immorality. Ministers will nut be permitted lo commit a breach of tho peace in the guise of preaching, the court says. Neither aro they liceim-to use the pulpit for disgraceful pur; poses. Women and children, the court ssys, are not to be insulted with impunity by the use of obscene vulgarity in places where they go to worship. If the language used by Delk was nut an cct of public indecorum Ii violation of the common quiet and consequently a breach of peace, the Court of Appeals says, "then it would be difficult to imugiqe such u breach short of actual violence. Come and hear Ollia James row and you will hear something. Fully one thousand iwople attendrd the dispersal sale of Mrs. Richard Tas-kLowndek at Danville yesterday afternoon when twenty nine head of her choicest horses sold on an average of $280 a head, including the famous Kentucky's Choiee. Kdsw Mae and Wblta the Mary YaneVsll Fox. may haye been a disappointment to tho owner of these richly bred Kentucky horses, men who are supposed to b pested on the value at this time, of this elan of stock, pronounced thu sale a success, although quite a number sold what looked to be ridiculously low and at great bargains. Those bringing tho best prices were; Kentucky's Choice, to Joe McDowell, $1180; Mary Ynmlell Fox, to Langborn Andeisen, $750; Edna Mae, to Allio Jones, 1 1125; lilno Mao's Choice, to Boston party. $1000. er Dm o and get Set! Come sl is still on in Full Blast lergams wniie mey Lis All persons knowing them GENUINE PRESCRIPTION FOR ALL RHEUMATISM Rheuma -- that is the name of tho scientific prescrlptinn tint is putting rheumatism out of business. Rheumu cures by driving thi uric acid from the blood. It also acts directly and quickly on the kidneys, bowels and blood and is better for them than most kidney cures. Gratifying relief comes in a day, because Hheuma acta at one time on the 50 kidneys, stomach, liver and biod cents a bottle ut It. E. McRwbAtx and all druggists Dally Optimistic Thoucht It Is madness to live In ponury that rou may die rich. u.. selves indebted to us either by account of note will please call and settle, as we are closing up our business. Thanking you for past favors. X Becker, Ballard PHONE 27. & Scott. Mesdames Hugh Hemphill ami Margaret Folger of Nlcholasville. BRYANTSVILLE, Kv. he Central Record, Thursday Oct 21 1915. THE NEWEST OF NOW IS THE . A SPLENDID TIME a In Fur Trimmed and Tailored Suits and Coats a t popular .prices. cabinets have been replenished with a new shipment of Suits. Our To buy your Suit and Coat. Our department is lull of superb creations-Grace- ful Wonderful values, fore buying. See them be- in cut, trimmed In extaste. Our Suits are the best quisite most stylish and most serviceable we have ever shown. See thsm. THE JOSEPH 3!" MERCANTILE Outfitters. COMPANY. Exclusive L,ndle wsck mea Mr-- ' mm rap At $50.00 Dollars .7 If' Triple Walls, Steel, Asbestos and Steel Inside Lining, Enameled Steel to Prevent Rusting. J. E. Mount, Son BMC-'nam: . & Co. ft x Buy a 1916 STODEBAKER AT TOURING CAR If !. 4 Cylcndar $885.00 6 Cylendar $1050.00 We Stanford Motor Car Co. J. W. ACEY, Manager. 3E ARE YOU HUNGRY? r If so call at wm. f sy We"-- ' sV' W (sssV ese" to re". . for a nice Lunch, also Everything In Soft Drinks t3H F1E Diaw "V. A Check 5 F t for the money you ove anil note how much inoro res portfully your creditors you They like to do buainosc with n ninn who rtl lms mi net-om- nt & the k4 Garrard Bank Trust Go. They know he is d i'.g business in a business like way. Better open ui.h an account even if your affairs aro not large. They will grow all right. Tho Garrard Bank & Trust Company 1 We arc showing all the latest styles In i ft s lllinery in both large and small I 1 hats. Call and seo them. Rella Arnold Francis. Also nice line of Childrens Hats. Mrs. Dillon of Stanford, is the guest Mr. andMrs. Joe Arnold, of Richmond, were called to Lancaster this of Mrs. N. Miller and family. 'I YOUU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. Mr, and Mrs. G. M. Lyons motored week by the sudden death of- their, j? nephew, Mr. Druce Arnold, who wis' a. 11 ML Sterling for a short stay. killed when a train wrecked i n Mrs. Doner of Louisvilln is the guest Oklahoma. Repairing clothes is a knackish pur-- I of her daughter. Mist Emma Doner. suit, so let Kirk the tailor repair them Mr. John It. Dradshnw and inteiest-A Brief HtMlon of the Ccmlnji tr.ii Phone 7(3: .Mr. and Mrs. Ed Italian) of Stanford ing family of Decatur, III., motored CHit tyThoit Wi Arc tnttruttd In. have been visiting Lancaster friends. from their home and are visiting In the . Wanted all kinds of junk, Iron. Done?, Rags, Rubber and all old Brass, Miss Helen I'attcrson is at home for home of Dr. Amon. Mr. Dradshaw is Zink and Copper. - a nephew of Mrr. Nannie Kelley, and a vMrs Editor It.J.. Elkin was in Louisville a visit from a business college in I.ouif- Garrard Co., product who has "mat'ej ' vllle. H. B. Northcott. for a vinlt of trvcral dnys. good" in another state. We sterilize your clothes while press-- i Mrs. Wm. I'orterof Lincoln has been Mis Katharine Morgan of Fleming visiting The recent marriage of Miss Jano ing them, killing all disease carrying her sister. Miss Elizabeth Ky , U the KUtst of Miss JaneyTerrill Young the attractive daughter of Dr. germs. Kjrk thw K leaner. Grinds. r nml Utra Anrnn Itnrnptt nf and Mrs. T. 0. Young of Lexington Mrs. Elizabeth Donnv is enjoying a will be interesting news to Lancastrians Stanford, have come tot Lancaster to For Sale Or Rent, r resme. visit to her niece Mrs. Itnbert Walker as the bride's father formerly retlded House and lot on Lexington Street. here. Miss Young and Mr. Robert Mrs. P. 0. Hurt vnUrtalned the at Faint Lick. Mrs. Susan Fisher. Hampton Jr., wore united in marriage Circle Girls at her home on ' IrfXinKton Miss Anna I'herigo, of Lxingtop, Coal, Coal New York while the young girl was Avenue. has been the attractive guest of Miss in visiting her aunt, Mrs. French. Lay in your coal while it h cheap. j Mrs Anna liailey is in Stanford to Lena Schooler. DAKOTA JACK We sell Red Ash JelHco and Red Ccm-see her mother, Mm Underwood, who Tho marriage of Miss Elise Drowning The Chautauqua Circle met Tuesday and Mr. W, Vernon Richardson will Block, Straicht Creek and Ideal JelIs quite 111. The Norlhweslern Cow Boy. atternoon with Miss Mabel Mason ut take place in Washington City at th Hco round. Special price this month, Mli; husie Richie or Louisville was the home of Mrs. W. L. Lawsun. The following notice will explain to tf. II. D. Northcott. home of the bride's parents, Mr. and tho truest Sunday of her fliend Miss on Wed you why Mr. Pursley's Remedies sells A Silver Social will be held Friday Mrs. Henry Clay Drowning, Emma Doner. Wanted. where ever he goes. Some who read evening Oct 2!)th, nt the Presbyterian nesday November3rd. After the wed this may be 1000 bushels Dr. and Mrs. W. O. O'Uannon of hickory in the same fix. nuts, 1000 cnurch. All are most cordially invited. ding the bride and groom will leave for READ Stanford were over Sunday with Mr." WHATMR. JAMES V. HINDS bushels chestnuts, 1000 bushels wal. New York City, from which place they SAYS ADOUT DAKOTA JACK'S and Mrs. W. T. West. nuts, 1000 bushels hemp seed and ten Miss Allio Arnold, pf Wilkensburg, will sail on the S. S. Panama for v cars of hay. Bailev & Moss. REMEDIES. Mri. Uobort tlurnside and daughters, Pa was called here this week bv the Cristobal Panama Canal Zone. Advo I have had rheumatism, stomach and Mis.vs Josephine and Ida were visitors death of her father, Mr. W. A. Arnold. cate. Lost. liver troubles for about six years. I in Danville Saturday. Miss Elsie Zlmmer returned home couldn't eat anything without hurting Between Point Leavell and LancasMrs. Ed C. Gainea many friends will Tuesday nfght after a protracted visit my stomach and I suffered untold pain ter, ladies blue cloth rain coat. SuitBAPTIST CHURCH bo glad to hear iho is improving after with friends and relatives in Cincinnati with rheumatism. I have tried doctors able reward if return to Citizens quite a spell ot illness. Mrs. J. E. Stormes returned from! 9;45 A. M. Bible School. and medicines, and like a drowning man National Bank or Sanders & Hill Store. Cincinnati Tuesday after a delightful II; A. M. Preaching; subject; "Les- grabbing at a straw, I tried everything W. F. Champ. Mrs Johanna Hall has returned froma to Mi. and Mrs. Author Hubbard. sons from tho Falling Leaves." and anything, nnd paid as high as $1.00 visit' tu her daughter, Mrs Notion visit 51-- 2 If the revival is still in progress at a Uose for medicine. Nolhibg did me 5 per ct. Miss J6an Mount was the pleasing Campbell, nf Stanford. hostess at "A Sewing Tea" in compli the Methodist church we will have no any good until I took a $1.00 treatment Years 5 5 Dr. and Mrs. S. 1. Grunt of Danville of Dakota Jack's Indian Herbs now to Mrs. T. M. Wilson of Howling service at the Baptist in the evening. Loans made on real estate. were guesti on Sunday and Monday of ment If you A. J. Clere, Pastor. my rheumatism is all gone, I eat any. Green. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Trice. thing I want, any time! want it, and need cheaper money on long time, see Mr. J. E. Dickerson, who has been nothing hurts ne. I sleep at night like me about it. Mr Isanc .Shelby of Lincoln county SPLENDID OFFERING G. B. Swinebroad. quite ill at his home on Water street. a baby and I Hm working every day jn was the guest Sunday and Monday of is out again, much to the gratification Lancaster. Ky. Th 3 annual offering to the Christian ease. 1 gained 15 pounds in 45 days Messrs Ed and N. II. 1'rice. of his friends. Church Widows and Orphan Home, was I can't tell how proud I am of this won. Tobacco Stalks. Mrs. W. A. Price was in N'ioliolai-villMr. and Mrs. John Doner of Nichol- - brought to the local Christian church uenui Indian remedy. I would r.ot for a vi.il of several days with Wanted to buy tobacco stalks Write asville motored to Lancaster Sunday here last week and proved to be one of take?500 dollars and be as'I was before-- I her sister, Mrs. Ed reruns. live here in Rockwood and 1 am proud G. F. VaugnnTobaceo., Jxington, Ky., and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jack the best ofTerinirs sent from hero in Messrs Mack Turnur, Cox Adams and family. several wars; one barrel alone contain to reconimynd this great rijmedy to any stating numbiT of acres and nearest und Walter Goodwn were in Riching nearly six hundred pounds of pre. one suturing with rheumatism, stom- shipping point. Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Shelby, Mr. and ach and liver troubles. and canned fruit. ill mond Friday for the Circus. For Sale. Mrs. William Givens, of Lincoln county. serves A friend to all sufferers, e composed a motoring party to LancasMrs. '.. T. Hice and children of One double Sawmill with JAS. W. HINDS. have been visiting Mrs. Itice'4 ter on last Sunday. Simple Case of Observation. 30 end 58 inch inserted tooth saw. Tht mother Mrs. Carrie Davidson. "Sometimes a very simple thing will Rockwood, Tenn. Mrs. I). M. Lackey und daugher, Headquarters for all of Dakota Jack's saws are new. One 18 H. P, Geiser clearly roveal a man's Intentions," Mr. Alex West left the first of tho Miss Jennie, spent Sunday in Danville said Professor Pate. "For Instance, Indian Rvmediee. W(iere you got a sawmill engine on wheels, in A 1 shape 1H week for a viit to his daughter, Mr. with Mrs. Herbert Price and Miss you caa tell by the way he carries hla bottle ot DAKOTA JACK'S COWBOY earrying lit pressure. Will sell on Charlim Deninan of Nieholasvtlle.- Mary Goodloe Lackey. suitcase whether he Is going on a LINIMENT FREE with every $1,90 terms to suit customer. Journey or returning from one. When 15 Leslie T. Bradshnw. MIm Jennie Dlekersun went to Iticli- Mr. and Mrs. W. K Warner of Stan dy treatment mond Friday for a visit of several iky 8 ford motortd to Lancaster and were ho Is going away ho carries It toward J. 15. STORMES DRUG STORB. the railway station, and when ho la with her mother Mm, Mary Dikron. guests of Mrs. Warner's parents, Mr. coming NR. FARMER. IUE. McllOBERTS DRUGSTORE homo ho carries It awajr from LANCASTER, KY. und Mrs. J, D. Dourne. tho station." Knnsas City Star. Mrs. T. J. IVim presided at u well Why take a chance mi kisirg your BOONE SANDERS Gawi appointed lit o'clock dinner in complibags from Cholera? We have Mies lona Dunn, who is assistant preHUBBLE. KY. ment to Elder F. M. 'finder ami Mrs. teacher in the Lawrenceburg Graded ventative that ebsotate'y ptvvnts. Holding Out on Sundays.' Tinder. School, in here for a visittohrparnts And is ako a splendid tonic, ' i'jnran- I dou't know haw His In our church, teed, in given a direeted, r voir Pert Walker. comments Deacon Optimistic Thoucht. Mrs. Sarah Maret and little grand Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dunn. but I know that In mine if every mem Thluc are not to bo estimated by meney hack. Only fiOcts. daughter Helen ltonur of Nloholasviile Mr. and Mrs. Dohon Campbell and of alt ho raada to tho :helr number bet by their importance. Blue Grata Specialty to are here visiting Mr. ami Mr. Jack beautiful little daughter, Martha, of ber Kve preachLord we could hire the finest Adams. Lxiigt(. Ky.Stanf6rd, were hero Sunday tho guests er In New York city and build a Mr. Win. Ilo und attractive young of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Hall. church building It stories high and FARM LAND-- 20 bride of Laxington are hero for n vltit YEARS TO Misa Catherine Dourne. has been a tUeu have money oasnigh loft to save whole army of heathens. Kansas to the groom's parents, Mr. and Mrc. recent guest of her brother, Mr. Gown a FwrSimif City Star. U. Bourne, in Danville, nml her rouiin, PAY. To the voters uf Garrsri f mfy;-Mrs T. M. Wileon Iim rvlurived to Miss Itignoy, of Ilustonville. : Fertile farms in Western I'ansds Now Intrigue Means to embarrass. is icenerslly known tha her homo in Howling Grrtm, after a iato Miss JoantMount entertained, at Auc Words jump between t: .iqulty alTU offered by the Canadian Pacific Railway Curt A. Robinson was el. ' neritf. pltasant stay with lier parWits, Mr nnd tion llridgo at her home on Lexington years asjo Company. Productive soil, siuud cli- of Garrard county by one ot t,i. It was but a few fashion. largest Mrs J. U. Mount. Avenue the honor guest being Mrs. T. that "obsess" came Into constant use mate, reoily markets, fine cjhurehws and majorities eer Riven au m.ui. and Mrs) George Ilrown and'daugh M, Wilson of Bowling Green. by tho literary And now "intrigue" schools, unexcelled Mr and transportation, ell that George T. Italian! Jr.. wa his Is a corpse Uuf up from the past and ter. Miss Elsio and Mr and Mm Alfred Mr. Churlos Scott of Cincinnati, Mr. In constant use. "It lntrtguoa mo" Is Conveniences and opportunities of beet chief dewty, George T. IiatkrU Sr., Owens of l'reacheravllle, motored to Jasper CuX und daughter Miss Nellie the phrase. And In dictionaries tho farming districts anywhere. Prirra bis fattier, being; a partner with Mr. S Danville, Saturday, Cox, motored to Itlchmond to sro Miss sense of "Intriguing" to "embarrass" $11 to $110 an acre; tnigated I a Sri from Robinson in the einolu merits of tma of Loan of 98,000 to ueeist practical the office. If Mr. Mallard is elected Mr und Mrs. C. F. Deninan Is marked obsolete. It's most emphatof Jennie Cox ut tho Normal Sellout. ically ally. farmers in irrigated districts. Twenty for the two yAur. yet remaining of the Nicholaavlllo motored over Sunday and Mrs. It. C. Schocler and sisters, years to pay or sooner at vuur ware with Mr. and Mrs. Henley V. Misses JJosie, term, he is pledged, and justly so, to Lna and Margaret Long beforo your final payment ie due give the widow of Mr. Robliuon half llastin for the day. Distinctly Northern Dlrd. Schooler motored to Itichmond last The world's migrating champion, your farm will have paid for iWett. the profits or fee of tho ollke, which 1'aul and Milton Elliott, Cast Currier Friday for Uarnum & Iluiley's circus. according to Prof. Cooke, ts the arc- Also some Improved farms with houses, as certainly belong to Iter as aay uro and llradlcy Uourno came over Friday Mr. Jack Illanpied left for Denver, tic tern. It nests as far north as land barns, wells, fencing etc, on the same perty lie left her. The truth Is, nn for a few days visit fiom Transylvania Col., last Sunday where lie will join his has been discovered or a bird can find terms. Interest in all ease j 6re is a most sacred property right, be- with their rvtpective parents. wife, who has beon in this Western anything stable on which to build Its only 6 per cent. This offer is based on ing bestowed by the peeple, the highnest. A nest of this bird has been good land; wo offer these terms because est authority, Mr. and Mrs, Hayden Leave!) have eity for several months to regain her and it would be thegros-sedelf found within sovpii and we know a farmer on our lands ean "be injustice to deprive the holders of been entertaining the following guests, htMilth. grees of the, North pole, nnd It Mr. and Mrs, Charles Uunkin of Iloylo Mr. Hugh Millar, who holds a good a downy chick surrounded by successful'1! he can live well ami wive such property of their rights. It is nougb to pay for hi farm. Western not believed that the voters 8f (larrard and, Mr. ami Mrs. S, M. Helm of position in Taylor Falls Minn., is spend- a wall ot new snow that had been Turnersville. ing u vacation of two weeks with his scooped out of tho nost by one of tho Cunada lands are naturally suited to county will overlook the principle of growing grains, fodders, vegetables, justwe and eiiuity In this race. If the paront birds. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Scott of Cin mother, Mrs, Dora Miller, in Haselden dairying und raising horses, cattle, belonged to Robinson und Ballard cinnati motored to Lancartor to see Heights. hogs, swine, poultry. Cash in oil that before Mr. Robinson's death, the ie- Mr. Scott, s mother, Mrs, Jennie Scott. kYes Many People Miss Mattio Adams entertained at u high grain prices. Don t delay ; the (Minder of the term bekmtis to Dullard and Mrs. Scott's sisters, Mrs. 4)eo pretty social aiftir Saturday afternoon have told i the tamo story distress best land will be taken first. Write am) Mr. Robinson's widow. Sltk and Mas Huldah lioyle. t uief eaungi gases, owuiuuni. n today for free handbook and full in- from 3 to S In honor of Miss" Katharine If the veter will calwly euesMer Dyspepsia Mrs. John E. Wagner, who has been Morgan, ail attractive visitor, .from formation to Mr. R. II. Thanpeen, thfs, as a matter of right and Jus tie. Tablet vitlting relatives here for sevvrsi weeVr, Fleming, Ky.jTh'o homo woi artlatic District Representative, Canadian Pas- - they will iwt recall or revoke what they left last week for a visit to relatives in in I Is decoration's of pink and grpen, before and after each meal will relievo tflc Railway. Department of Natural have done, and Tom Bsliard will be Ohio and Indiana, beforo returning to the color scheme, being carried out in you. Sold only by us 25c. Resources, 112 W. Adams St., Chicago elected by an overwhelming majority. R. E. McRobsrts Illinois. her home In Larned, Kansas, the ices and cake. Fair p.sy .Adv Gossip About People vv , ' l J 1 I i , I et -2 perct-Mone- y- e, Rich-man- Gaar-Sco- tt Bt. - one-tent- h . . - voteTorTom mllardT It i one-ha- st d ' Page 6 HAMLETT'S REPLY (h era' salaries, and In many term has been made eight, nine 01 ten month, all of which has been dont without a mill Increase In taxation htch In fact, the rate of taxation cents and a was formerly twenty-sihalf on thn hundred dollars for public school purposes has been decreased to, twenty-sicents. j The Central Record, Thursday Oct 2 tun tiled In the records of this transaction, which reads as follows: "O. K, "Charge to J. O. Crabbe (School I 1 19 i e: -- -.. jirgsw aAaAasuuAaaAJ sonal nature, and not chargoabla to Public Instruction hss no Jurisdiction now hare, at 'per capita' of $5.25. any expense fund allowed by the State. under the law In the matter of letting "Broncho" Franks, of Owsnsbor. I find that be charged another five a printing contract. Ho (Mr. Morru) Now, I .have noticed that a certain cent street rar fare, and 65 cents for knows that the law provides for a Mr, Franks, known as "llroncho" Fund.) rorter on December 13, and In addl- - Printing Commission, composed of (he Franks, from the city of Owciisboro, AAAA4kB8tBaaruaAAAA TO iaiiasAaais aia X "'According to agreement with com- - Hon to this, SG.50 for "presents" and Governor, the So rotary of State, the has attacked the Department of Edumission for altering Hall of Fame. "courtesies" Id chauffeurs of various Auditor of lublle Accounts, the Attor- cation, also In a most vicious man C. M. Fleenor." automobiles, and on account of "eour- - ney General and the Treasurer, and ner, MORROW E. hayo never of Mr. "This estimate was allowed and or- - testes to guests." Next I find a charge that all printing contracts let tor tho being I a friend to heardcause of Franks edura' the aered paid t.y Hoard of state Capitol of 25 riots for a telegram, here given Department of Kdiicatlon have been tlon, nor to any other worthy came. Replies to E. P. Morrow. Commissioners, June T, 1909. No- - subjected i verbatim: Kentucky, "London, OFFICE to the scrutiny and are di- I do know that there Is In the recoi J Now, for the present, I pass ovet Edward SI. Dranc, Secretary." vmber 6. Mlts Nora Ilrown. Frank rectly under the control of the State of the Franklin Circuit Court that Mr. ebullition Mr. Morrow's sophomorlc County Voters In which he state I have also before me a duplicate ot fort, Ky. Heme 7:35, F. & C. Tell Printing Commission, as prolded by Hopkins Franks was Indicted and tried for an CENTRAL RECORD HUILDING. that "political cam- a contract made and entered Into be- Mansion, Augustus K, Wlllson." "On law. He Insinuates extravagance In alleged crlre that would make one OITIce i'hone R9 Ilesldenw Phone 41 paigns are primarily for the benefit ol tween the Capitol Commission of this January 10, the same official was paid the matter of the amount of printing S3 sensitive as he claims to be blush Hear Every Charge the reoplc," etc. Slut I come direct!) Republican Administration, under the t.M ror entertainment or visitors and LANCASTER. KY. Mr. Morrow In shame and keep himself In obscur done by this Department to certain specific statements that h( terms of which these school funds their wives at the I.ouItvllle Country endorses In his party platform free ity, Instead of In bold hypocrisy a! made In bis opening speech nt Howling were paid to a Republican undertaker; Explained f end a seven tacking tbe decent and honest servants ucur"a on ueccn-cetext'books. free printing Orecn. and this agreement and contract ap,0 ,hl, da'e Apr" ,S' ml' months' school term, and yet viciously ot the pco.ile and the Innocent chll We hare today a balance In the proved by the Superintendent ot Pub- M ;.Frlf $60.00 paid to tho Capital Motor Car repudiates all of them In his speeches. drrn ot this commonwealth, I do not school fund of one million dollars. At lic Instruction under this administraCompany for one trip. January 2",' know how Mr. Franks has become so the corresponding date In 1911, under tion. 1911. $I.vr5 for one funeral design and Printing Sent to Every 8ehool In8tate. party, EDUCATION ADVANCED a Republican administration, there Incidentally, I might mention an express charges, They the politics ot During tho present Administration prominent In baa grown ao his not only divert rich, but nor how be We prom Item ot $15.00 that was paid out of the school was a balance of $314,084. funds of Kentucky and dls- - there have been sent free to the I havo been told that he had some ised the people of Kentucky four yean the school fund for six small silk curthem through an undertaker, but pie of Kentucky Democrats and Re thing to do with the equalization of ago "most rigid economy" In the De- tains about the size ot a pocket hand- use to the general expenditure fund for publicans alike more than a halt llauor revenues, whatever that la; I U. W, Morrow, Graduate Optlclno Kentucky Climbs from Forty-thirpartment of Education, and we stated kerchief, to be used In tho Hall of the purchase ot a funeral design to million pieces ot printed matter, that OIiiim rilled, a.iuftellon Onsriaieed Near the Top Within Three Yean to the people that we would not stand Fame, that the light of day might be be placed upon the graves ot the dead, have been in a nature sent to them do not know. Rut, I am Informed that It was In his case a most lucrative any diversion of the school funds, shut out from these precincts wherein I do not have to for We cite for In' make charges, hut 8 free Under Hamlett's Administration business, and, on account of his e since It was, and Is, clearly In viola- were supposed to reside the hope ot merely to state tho facts as 1 am doing, stance the State Course of Study, pertness In such matters, he became Shows How Economy Has Been tion of statutory law and the Consti- Kentucky's childhood, and the future In every school "I give you the facts and figures of which Is a Collector of Internal Rcvrnue and re We condemned of Kentucky' mauhood and citizentution of Kentucky. Practiced. inese accounts; I leave Judgment to ln nentucny ana a guide ror practi tired from this office a mlllloncire ot ship. misappropriation unequivocally you? common sense." I cally every State In America. In ad' after four veara' service. This Is all Mr. Morrow speaks of school funds. I want you to note that this same Mr. Morrow made mention of a type- - dltlon to this, we cite the Arbor Fine Cut Flowers. know that It Dr. Rruner, who was a member of the writer desk boucht br the Department Bird Day Hook. 25.000 coDles of which rumor to me I ao not ' ?a,?n,cfrom West"""J! Hundreds of Democrats It Is ttd State Board of Education at the time, jot Education for $110, which was a have been distributed this year free la absolutely true. However, sure they fnf,,v Their books, December 30. 1911, and a member of the State Capitol duplicate ot a certain similar type ot to the people or Kentucky, and which by Republicans, and I am John M. McRoberts. October 4tn,i Title, Hopkins would not disparage Mr. Franks in . it,, nn.nino "how a credit to the Sinking V'A of Commission at the time, and who Is desk bought at tbo same price from j has done more for the conservation ..... ......i tentlonally. School Fund. $445,014.43! the same Dr. Ilruner who presided ; tuc uriKium luiurunor ana rcntie 10 j w uu unium, inuunn mum miwui' of the MBIrtBi b ""ks0d,"1"?1mlcI, I do not take time to refer to lh total balance. $518,842.27; deficit. over the destinies of the now defunct order. Now. I want to give you some . Pllshed more In behalf ot the conserExpenditure Fund. $249,123.33. Commercial Rank and Trust Co. of more figures In regard to this question vatlon ot our forests than all etso done attacks of the other "small" gentle itructlon and Democratic nominee for men on this Republlcsn ticket, and Thomas 3. Louisville, voted for and authorized of the purchase of furniture. In the previous history of Kentucky. Secretary of State at the general elco. Hbca atuInpd or" 0 on behalf of this balance. School Fund by his vote this unholy diversion ot a 7 Thl department has distributed free those Interested Is too short. The 2, 1915. . on Tuesday, . . Hon i ...,i.. k7 time " to the people hundreds of thousands ticket. TheJudge Lewis Walker, for "sacred fund;" and that he was a .. . . Honorable I would like to know why they did member of the Sinking Fund Commls-- I i una mat mcy oougni tor me f pamnhlets. bulk-tinand books. In and It Is qulto evident that the solid not t Democrat, who turn over that "sacred and Invio- slon. charged under the Constitution ,.u,ant Generals offlce a typewriter! eluding the valuable History of Edu Instance, a He anDemocracy Is behind him. late" school fund, tinder the law and with the protection of this fund; and orsK ,or U5 Ior lne insurance uc- - cation in Kentucky, and the Official would sell his blrthrtght for a mess Paint Lick, Kentucky swered every charge made against him pottage, and yet with all that being of (445,014.43. I would the same Dr. Druner who attacks this Prtm(,nt they paid $235.00 for another .Manual or Kentucky, all of which have of by the Itepubllcan nominee for Gov- Constitution, I feel kindly towards a Republican, n p9'" lb lor lnree eas" been gladly received by the people and line ' ernor, Edwin P. Morrow, and showed and 10 Know now. lor wnai purpose, present Administration In Its manage- why they misappropriated those mnt nf ih chairs In the Prison Commission offlcc. for which this department has been him on arcount of my sympathy for hnni M. Casey, D. V. M. of gross extragavance In the last Refunds, and what they temporarily did tucky, In the office of the Superintendent of most cordially commended. Tbe cost people whoso Ignorance Is comment publican administration. I r wnt vhu to nnt th.i Mr n Public Instruction they paid as fot- - of these publications Is but a trlf.j suratn with thrlr avarice, and I pass with those funds. A verbatim account of his address From this you can see why their Green, who Is the Republican nominee lows : 0nc dosk '177: one dc,k 130 compared to the great good received him by, and put him In a category Veterinary follows: ' nv cash balances were not so large. I for Suoerlntendent of Puhlli- - ln.ir, small revolving book case, $50 by the people of the State. We have with the heretofore referred to, R. Fellow Citizens Green, y chair. J50' need not quote you Section 184 of the ,lon. endorses alt of this, and that he on? 'tulone. no apologies nor any defense to make "Pea"Endorses Wood row Wilson. 1 n this campaign, as the Democratic ,,, $16. ti Constitution, nor Section 4371 of the i. the same Mr Green whn I. .n in. . f. 125; one -umbrella rack.Secretary for any publications Issued or any Now, In conclusion Tho Democrat' Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary noml Vt- "runcr. the College. printing that has been done by this Republican, hardly th,effl.ce present Superintendent of Public1 S.ta.t",e..?,nd Section 4372. wherein Is uiana carpet-bathe "Except as otherwise expressly ,et a naturalized Kcntucklan; and two desks. $354; one clothes department; we have done It for' the Ic tlckc,t Is led by a princely states Office at W. II. Iturtcn'a Sale Stable. Instruction. I am addressing myself Mated. man whose ability and achievements n mis cnapier. no pari or me who has been fed at the public crib rack, C0; one plain oak desk. Depart people; It has been paid for by the partlcularly to what Democracy has' Pro1 school fund, Night I'hone 211. nor of the reve-;0- f A apia ttw a1 it Kentucky by the hands of Demo- - mcnt of Agriculture. $100, Tbe Gov people, and the accruing benefits have are comparable with those of a Wood tlon In Kentucky, and c0"1110? desk, $230; been received by the people. row Wilson, an Ollle James, or any years, as a "professor" In ernor's office: One "u crats. ror " paymentof to an offensive reply to the Honorable purpose than the the the State Normal School at Rowling one sofa, $150; one revolving book ot tho greatest Democrats of this age, G. O. P. Printing Order. Edwin P. Morrow, who has viciously other case, $60; one hat rack, $34; one umor any other age. Tbe fact that the Ad. , Orecn. ( nnlrnA tart A m I n at fa I Inn fhnt has Wo wish to note, however, for the Republican plain book case, Au-wh,ch states "The on nominee brella stand, $34; one for Governor done more for the cause of popular, Explains Morrow's Charges. benefit of an unsuspecting public, that would stoop so low as to direct his nfill lrnon ornnnt - .. In ml a fin $235; one typewriter desk, $217. z. education and tue improvemeni or tne " i Tl N'ow relVrrine in rrtnin Again, In the office of Secretary of under the previous Republican admin attacks, and all of his lieutenants to ,0 sha i fu"d' public schools of Kentucky than has 'M M0rrow' H0WMnB Green soLh desk, $175; one type- Istratlon. on December 6, 1911, five direct their attacks at the Jnslgnlfl f. tor motor car service, State, one been done by all Republican nmtni..! month make a transfer to the credit ?lr' w,t: FUNERAL DIRECTOR days prior to the Inauguration ot rant office of State Superintendent of of said fund, all receipts into the,to writer desk, $217: one trations ln the history of the State, charEedxto the credu..f this n,Ven sofa, $140. Office Over National Hank. Treasury, I am omitting Items James 11. McCreary as Governor, as Public Instruction Is Indicative of the .h.t m'Bht comrnoS' Adm,n.sirat.on ,t I, aredlt rn0hebfutdu0ree amounting to thousands of dollars, for suown by the orders entered 6n psges fact that they are desperate and know Residence i'hone 3. Oilier I'hone 27 """'I 43 and 44 ot the records of the Print lack ot time and space to mention not wnere io lurn, aor now iu iwiu ' natural hostility on the LANCASTER, KY. them. I do find again for Dr. Bruner's Ing Commission, there was an order their lines for an attack. offlce two more typewriter desks, $344, made by the Printing Commission dl Morrow's Doom Is Staled. not listed separately, and one wardrobe rectlng the Commissioner of Public "hall constitute The fact ot tbe business Is, Mr Mor tending to the building of a great Com-- , utlon' "Th,8 for this Secretary of State. $79. For Printing to let a contract for the pub- row, and every man on his ticket. resources of the school f?r- - orrow monweaith. Thomas Jefferson, aside the fund of Kentucky and shall be paid inal lnla "Pense ror motor car serv- the Assistant Secretary ot State I find lication ot nine geological bulletins realizes and recognizes, and acknowlfrom being the author ot the Declare,ces covered a period of more than a typewriter desk, $172, For All Kinds of lnt0 and one um- to csrtaln parties not 'having the State t on of Independence, counted it his drawnthe Treasury and shall not be that thl. ,erT'c was brella rack, $95. Ono wooden bench contract These parties, represented by edges already. Ignominious defrat, and out or "PProprlated except to next ereatest achievement that he used by your humble servant as for the lobby ot the Auditor's offlce. certain individuals, were presumed to by their mad attacka upon the bul the expenses of the State Depart commonwealth, the pubthe remalnlne he.t effort, of hi. llf.'P Inspector ot Schools and as a public be tbe Publishing Co. The wark ot the lic school system, they evidence the ROUGH ln building a public School system fori men' of Education of whatever kind officer. d.oin5 hlsduty to conserve the 147.60. in the Treasurers offlce, one contract for tho printing of these bulle- fact, and notoriously parade tbe fact. or cnaracter. desk, $120; one desk, Virginia and In planning a model for! uu noriB xij; one easy chair, $185. and many tins wss approved by George A. Lewis, wnat 'hla ?epub-hi- , V",7' """""",uu wan5 America; and we honor Jefferson that their attltudo Is retrogressive In of the public school system of the other costly and expensive items. see I Superintendent of Public Printing, and all things and especially In this one noKthumou. elorr m murh for thl. ,lcan administration did with this ot " ? wa State. As a result of the expenditure nod a desk for the Librarian's offlce presented to the subsequent Democrat- great business of the State. Mr. Mor as for any of bis other great achieve ?445'014 Yr,r u? of this money, there has been no more for $177. I And three easy chairs at ic administration for approval and xnents, row sealed hla doom In his first attack to Mr. Rhea, the new State Treasurer, stealing and selling of examination $85.00. and a great many of what they payment. This was the first Informa- In his speech at Bowling Green. A questions ln Kentucky and the Illicit style M side chairs, that amount to tion which the new Prlntjag CommisProgress Under Democracy. altogether, school fund, and everything manjDt such low ideals, and ot so small From the beginning of our public else, the sum of $269,718.94. At the iramc nas oeen compieieiy Droaen up thousands of dollars. I do not know sion, composed ot James B. McCreary conceptions of phat a great commonschool system in Kentucky all prog- time when It was done, I personally and eliminated. wn,t aIde thalr, are nten(Jed for DUl and his associates, received of the fact wealth should be and how It should He refers to an Item of $45 for taatl- - doubt if there Is sufficient space in that their predecessors had authorized Phont 8 to 12 a. m. ress and improvement in the system called the attention ot Mr. Farley, the tm " be developed. Is not fit to be the nomiII bas been accomplished when the af- Republican Treasurer, to the fact that cab services In the city of Louisville, the entire State Capitol to afford stor- - the Superintendent of Public tainting nee even for the great offlce ot school 229. e mai mis was paia as ot one age room for all of the side chairs to let a contract to persons other than trustee, in this Sute. The Republifairs ot State were In the hands of there appeared, to me to be "something Democrats and Democratic Ms K. Denny and W.A. Wheeler Legisla- rotten In Denmark." This gentleman aaie. as is customary, out that It cov- - bought and paid for under this Re- - the regular contractor. It Is a era iiema exieoaing over more man a publican administration. tact that Mr. Lewis was called cans, even ot tbe most radical type, facetiously stated that I had "much tures. Expensive month, on account of services during luxuries, contracted for by Republl-cold- , before the Commissioners to explain condemn him for his unwarranted, We have modelled our system after to learn," and that I would discover Doctors Of Dealt Surf. err. dark and winter nights. In an cans and paid for by Uncle SI and why the contract prlco of this Job ot flimsy attacks, baaed on hypocrisy and the plan ot Jefferson, the founder of soon that the offlce ot Superintendent the Intense desire to get an offlce. OOc..- tmrmtt BatMloi.T.i Hnrl A Ins.r Democracy and Jhe Democratic Party of Public Instruction was regarded, effort to assist In the recovery of j0hn Jones, who earn their bread by printing was ao greatly In excess of Too Far Advanced to Consider soa'i araimr. store. taxes aue me scnooi the sweat of their brow, pulling the the prices for work done under the of America. We have developed In among Republicans, aa an Insignificant iu.wu oc Hypocrliy. regular State contract. Tbe Superin LANCASTER, spite of the opposition of such smalt position "without authority," and that fund in the Highland Park Graded plow line over Llze through hot KENTUCKY. my fellow citizens, I "required to furnish an e.from the Southern Pa- - mer days District tendent was aa'n.' politicians as Morrow, R. "Pea" Green, I had better "keep quiet" and do as clfic Railroad Company. The records t.mato of thl, work under the regular! 1 he,r?'9 Such figures are a record of service the illiterate "Broncho Franks," the Republicans had done, leaving such of the Jefferson Circuit Court show to the people, comparable to State contract. It was found that the intrepid Bruner, tbe matters to those "higher up." that this money was recovered and hlblted In the famous Pennsylvania Publishing Company was and hypocrisy. Their homes are too wise and austere Democrat,1 dear, D. E"?my f Pr"ent A""'""tlon. paid over on account of the efforts of state Capitol graft disclosure. I And charging $1,718.50 for what the State, school and their love for "the little red Walker, the millionaire mountaineer bouse ana tbe church by the Admmis- - your numbie servant in the prosecu- - that these Republicans bought a num- - through Its regular contract, would be Lewis, who. I am Informed, has han- Pres" democraticana wayside" Is too pure to listen to a na Kepi inviolate, case, lie rerers to a small per of chairs at a most sacred lion or mis required to pay $1,1C3.78. It was also dled school funds In times past, and lrBl,on tbe tcbol 'und- - Hece, Item of $2.85 on account of two meals price lor pages In the Senateexorbitant found that county report No. 4, which man, or set of men, who would prostiothers of this Ilk whom I have neither fTcr'peDny Chamber, tute what should be better Ideals to Iarge balancea, m the Treasury") on a dining car between Frankfort and Evidently they were preparing for space nor time to mention, a system ot the under tho special contract amounted a cause, and an attempt so low. I public education commensurate in Its ' t&a' haT be.c referred to. and for, Paducah. and other Items expended on extra help charged to the Democrats to $1,702.00, wAuld amount to only Office at Ralney's Livery Stable. In the people of Kentucky; efficiency to that of any commonwealth! w.h ch this Administration has been account of this same trip to Paducah, at the present time, and t find another $1,093.00 under the State contract, as have faith I have faltb In the , . . .. . . ... I VlClOUSlV - -- n mothers Lancaster, I,. Whon thorn wasfwhtf-- MVArail - nopln nf t,.AA Kentucky easy tnairs that are would have been let by a Democratic and " I oi j(t ror : iu Auirrica. i eiciaim, as Cicero aia.i this "" '" r of Kentucky, to tbe servbalance ot S445.014.43. shown bv amounting altogether to S2S.C5 In alt. never used on any occasion, and four administration .v and a Democratic ices fathers ct whose little children I have ,helr own book''- - ,0 ne credit of the He knows that this was a legal Bard of Avon, "Alack the day" when more sofas amounting to $??. I find Printing Commission. The Democrat-l"x un(1' 'her deliberately refused penditure of money, and fruitful of Printing Commission refuted to pay dedicated my life and efforts; I have men. clothes In Catlllnarlan hab-- i an item of $1,700 ror an unnamed numa oi iiud.t&b.bu, and results or wnicn tne atate today Is ber or oak chairs and any amount of under this special contract made by faith in I the school teachers of Ken illments. should parade themselves bo- - l" tucky. years Ken MONEY have led for TO fore an Intelligent public and dare to thl' warraDt ha1 been Past due the proud. On account of a call and a money expended tor more side chairs, Republicans with some spurious Re- tucky's great "standingfour army," and I publican beneficiaries, and saved tbe . . you . atafld Jn the way of educational prog-- teachera ot Kcnt"cky since October S. summons from the Livingston County etc. mat America s standing army ien rcsa wtd would attempt to deny to'1911, wat were they doing with this. Circuit Court, demanding the service U la fl Mr. Morrow has referred to an ltemiSla,e on two ltem- - IM81.72, ." the children of this Commonwealth "acred" and "Inviolate" fundi They Jot your humble servant and the speak- - or drinking water. The Republican also a notable fact that this soectal acreu ana inviolate , er, in a caae involving tne prosecution Administration preceding the present contract ha. disappeared and can not lu" their rightful heritage which they' HTu I a County Superintendent or Schools, administration. Installed at anDroxl be found In tho office of the Superin-- ' '. ?. due ,0. A! , should enjoy, liberally, through an runls tof t ne'e' Irement of State war-Jo-t Purpose of showing alleged to have embezzled tbe school mately $90,000, a plant, a part of which tendent of Public Printing. equitable distribution or the State's rants ana to that America will go forward continu on Farm Lands. equipment la ,ma1' cash balance In the Treasury,- I runds or tbe State and county; and waa for the purpose of furnishing to Ttrrs the Light On, ously In peace, love and prosperity. meantime the poor school teach- the morfey was recovered. I am glad to state to tbo people of the offices In the State Capitol re For particulars see Now, my friends, there Is nothing ,hree I Kentucky that I know, from written frigerated water, filtered and refrig so clarifying and purifying as sun be,iP More O, O. P. Extravagance, A n.ntructd Man Coat. asoo. anil Ymni hn ?bt fact. Mr. light, anu I have taken the palna tb With exblldtlons and catalogues ot t to speak briefly of some lit- - erated. It Is a .hTnW nT7w r.were passing and tho r Eo7 of wlut ' . Morrow and his associates know, that have before me facsimile 'copies and artificial limbs now brought to notice publican Party of Kentucky tod'aycon-- l this plant, built by his own party, was photographs taken from tbe originals one gets to calculating the cost or a 7dm7 ".Mon ana is yet an absolute failure, and of all of thess Illegal acts. Extr,v,0,ce. reconstructed man. Seemingly a little Citizens National Dank. Lancaster, Ky elh, that that the ? haVe In my hands I need not refer to the fact that mora than $000 would suffice. A pair the photograph of the Republican dovernor. allowing expensively never was supplied by this built plant either filtered Mr. Morrow bas himself admitted his ot artificial legs costs about $1U and a w.Uu.uU v. v.:c,uC, luaiu- - or a transaction that should bring this Governor J3.0A0 for the entertain Depart' tenance. and progress of a great Com- - "iron tear." in pinm'. rhe.u. nH m.n nf v.Hnn.i rner. or refrigerated water to any consider false statement and error In regard to pair or arms about $100. Kan, with monweaith. the balance that he alleged to have drums, etc., cost $75 escb; eyea $30 a ijence at Frankfort, but on account of ment In tbe State House. I make the angels In Heaven blush, my right under the existed In the school fund of 1914 ot pair, hold here the photograph of the "rape' some Joker left In the bill, this ex It Just as much and so on. Without heart and From Forty-thirto Near Top, law to provide myself and my asso $683,000, and that tbe per capita was brain a man Is worth about $00. Since 1911, when the Republican ?' Kentucky a childhood's opportunity. pensb was decided to be a permanent ciates with pure water on hot summer Party was dethroned by an overwhelm- - Jhe embezzlement of childhood's sacred appropriation. However, I believe that days when serving the people between kept atto $4.00. lie has apologized a! With them the price might change. PAPEC CUTTERS ready the public for making such London Chronicle. Ing majority, on account of promises nerltage. I have hero and present as that Is all right and have no criticism tbe hours of 7:00 a. M. and at a atatement. tbe lMUTe ot a wa"ant to make ot It, but let us see how tbe midnight, made by Democrats In a platform of aD V. as any other Department In Monitor and Associated Nothing to B. Sold. principles. Kentucky has moved from ,or. ,S.v0' PTWe to an undertaker funds were expended by Republicans: tbe State Capitol, and I state that It Secured Seven Month School Term. 28, 1910, there was charged thea Judge You admit, then, that yon I would like to add here, however. fnd ,.f Kntu,c.kr' tbe In the scale or Illiteracy Gasoline Engines. has been customary among most ot the close to- the top. and today stands In ?nd, charBt'a to the school rund of Ken-th- to tbe State 129.00 for one trip to emces to purchase and provide drink that on account of this $638,000 ac stole the loaf of bread? Woman Prisvanguard of Commonwealths of tuckj; for materials furnished In the Lexington and return; June 29, $57.12 Ing water Just as they have purchased cumulated by conservative business onerYea, your honor. Judge What Wheeling Lime Grinders. 'ne 8ta'e Capitol building, for a trip to see Mr. Roosevelt In Louis- and provided Ice and other management of the school funds, I have you to Bay for yourself? Woman America. In fact, the eyes of the ertcctlon small ne, All sold on easy terms. Nothing, your honor, if It was lace whole nation are upon her. and ,h. 1 haT before " In my hands a photo- - ville, and there Is an item of $23.40 ressltles Incident to the conduct ot did, arbitrarily, on arcount of what I Is pronounced by the leaders or every graph of an agreement under the tor meals on car, baggage, cab, porter- Ibese omces at the expense ot the State, conceived to be my authority as execu or Jewelry I might plsad kleptomania, or which $3,701.29 was to be age, and an Item of one five cent street live, state that I would declare a seven State as the one State that Is leading terms wa can't try that when It's bread. W. P. KINCA1D, DIST. AGT Printing Placed by a Commission. today In education and the dissemina- paid, and was paid out of the school car fare. I find on October 29 an Item months school term. I was Immedl Chicago Herald. fund of Kentucky for work done ln of $21.82 for trip from Louisville to Mr. Morrow refers to printing bills ately advised by tbe proper legal au Phcne 199. STANFORD. KY tion or knowledge. rarlous offices. Including that ot tbe Rowling Green, ror the purpose or mak- ind printing contracts; bg mentions thorltlea ot tbe State that this could In tS. Station. Schools Incresied 45. ftffice ot Superintendent ot Public In- ing a speech before the Normal School. in item of $6,000 paid In 1912, most not be done without Legislative enact "I want to take a train to New We have not only Increased the at struction, Attorney General, Adjutant I notice In this same Item of tbe Rowl- sf which was contracted for under a ment. Then I did declare a $4.50 per tendance ln our public schools forty- - General, and for the office of the Clerk ing Green trip that this Republican Republican administration and paid capita, tbe largest that bad ever been York." my "But, ouor air, wa pay our enAve per cent within three years, but! or the House, 8enate, and ror other Dovernor paid $3 for one lunch and for by tbe present administration. declared before Id tho history of Ken- gineers to do ore Amerwe have added to the revenuea ror work done on the third floor In the that he paid $1.50 for one supper. This Is, therefore, a part of the deficit tucky, and every teacher In Kentucky ica n. school purposes, dlri.4y and indirect- new Capitol. This was payable to an I pass over many itema similar to left by the former Republican admin- knows that the salaries were paid ly, more than three 7 Slons ot dollars. undertaker and paid out of tbe school this, including somo large sums, all istration. He states that all tha print- promptly every month. I then drafted Harsh Cur, We have increased thl school term ln fund or Kentucky, which the Consti- ot which were paid on what I con- ing In the Department of Kducatlon a bill for the following Legislature, nobby (at breakfastWre. got a bad every rural district Jrm six months tution and the statutory law both re- ceive and what I feel the present Gov- ft'aa contracted for by the State Super which was passed, and tbe result of morning. "Wife I'm sorry, Co seven months. Increasing at tbe quire to be Invtolatef and "sacred." ernor Jamea I). McCreary would con- intendent a statement be knows to which was the establishment ot the head this same time In the aggregate all teach I hars a photograph ot a document ceive t be business of a purely per- - oe false. Tbe State Superintendent ot even months s:hool term which we dear. I do bopj you'll b. able to ahaka - .. .. i ' j CARDS. P. Or. J. S. GILBERT. ' r e text-boo- Honakers M. - 1 l.ti...i. 'o .827-84- v'tJt ,,.' .,.. , d...,.. d..u...... """"" Aa-0- s J. PATRICK, Dentist. turn-coa- ' i a.,.,.. .l p. -I . ' John Surgeon. e..rP f flat-to- A I sf' 1 I " '" J. A. Beazlev flat-to- p lafyrra6 " ? hW,7S '"'nB 3'SJ5BS l"";1""" Inter-Stat- e flat-to- roll-to- LUMBER. In'1 G.C.C0X, Manse.Ky tM 1 n - sum-Scho- -' ""n" ,i "Rank-failure- fS!,J " one-tim- e Inter-Stat- e Or. Wm. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. &ttfii-kp- u,'iicm h .... .... I o 1 .... LOAN J ,L,Z "" F IVC Ppr Ppnt P?, forty-thir- IT Jr?. J8?1?" "Phlng. I I6 e I "inllw W. F. CHAMP. INDIANA SILO nm. e ' . bt thar."-Ualt!m- TREES Roses, Phlox, Peonies Garden. No Agts Fruitand Shade Trees Shrubs. Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus. The CevLzval Record $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Lancaster, Kentucky. Shown at Roman's Opera House Each Monday Night Man Peeplfl In Thw Tovm never really enjoyed a meal until , ire advised them to take a 'Jtf ftraon "School dXawi sT'l 1 W i 1 1 f:7aVM I Mi 1 Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Write for free Catalogue. BHSHAsMHSsasMMasBMMaaialt OOKVUmC TWO YEAR CWIKHL fr by u 25o An utnainsla tablet before and alter each R. E. McRoberta a box touL Gold coir Mltm.lu.L WalM.l.b ftrur f or hmn k.lp SUM. Tuw. UlaulM Miir iMtrtu. rr lnnkfltuiof u4 h.kdui. llall lmotoo. Mt'alM of rMLLJI.IItk Im H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. lj. Lexington, Kentucky. 1541. 1915 QUOTT rOMOAKII, 3cT UwiUt, e Central Record, Thursday Oct 21 1915. MARKSMJRY 1 alaaaakLaW asfl jflrwiwTVsfffffTfviviff 9 CrV Xat-- . - C4.n ' waa Page 7 aVaafcaabaatkatafl KWVVIVfffsfVIVfVIVIl. sT" "KENTUCKY HOSPITALITY" All Delegates to Lexington Covcntion Will Be Entertained oy Local Suffragists. The auffranlsts of the Fayette Equal Rights Association desire to entertain all delegates to the annual convention of tho Kentucky Equal nights Asio- ciatlon in Lexington Nor. Mrs. V. W. Clare, 365 S. Asbland aMtaWMaysM aajaatJ'Lafl laaaA hsaLaaflAaf Children Cry for Fletcher's Tlio Kind on Hiivo Always Bottght, nnd which Jmi been la mo for over UO years, Iuih homo tho Klgtuituro ot nnd linn boon nmdo tuulcr Ills pcr-"Rcrvlstuii olnco 11a Infanry. C&jZPffitrfi-.- , ".,,al 110 AUov 01,0 twelvo youlii thU. All InimtcrfcltK, Imitation nnd " JiiHtMut-izoa- d " ro LxiKTlinriiln that trltlo with nnd endanger tlio healthhut ot Infants and Clilldrcii-Kxpcrle- nco njruliist KxpcrliucuU stf What is CASTOR A lmrnip nnftlttito Cntor!i. I ! toe Castor Oil, Par-Rorl- p. It In pleasant. It cunt..!-.n.Jllirr Opium, afnrplilno tliT ,.. If n 8 v l4 Um gtinniiitoo. iior lcxtroy Xarcotlo mr5'ji. It Worms y IVverl .Intra. u::d Tor iiioro tliun tlilrty yrar It .. 1. 1 In ion ant uvi tir tlio relief of Conmtlputlon, !:. Ilnt-i- j n, ., ('(1jr, ftn 'ivP(i,,lir Troubles nnd lM.T..ia. ,; It rcruliiteH tlio Stomach and lluwel. Blv,", hi nlthj- - and natural sleep. tJl'J-i"-!Tlio C ItiUlruii'is li:inccu-Tl- io Mother' Friend. 11 trntH nnd Soothing Hyrnps. U j,j " r GENSJiNE CASTOR I A Bears the Signature of ALWAYS In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought avenue. Lexington, Ky., Is Chairman of the Hospitality Committee, aad It Is re quested that all persons who expect to attend the Lexington convention aa delegates send their names and ad- dresses at once to .Mrs. Clare, that she may arrange for their entertainment. Headquarters of tho convention will be at the Phoenix Hotel and all business MRS. DESHA BRECKINRIDGE, and night sessions of the convention Of Lexington. President ot the K. E. Mr. Ililey laon. will bo held there, except that of tho It. A., ends her three-yea-r term of Mrs. Margaret Sutton has returned opening night, when Mrs. Snowden office as President at the annual meetfrom a visit to her daughter Mrs. Hen speaks nt the Lexington Opera House. ing to be held In Lexington, Nov. A banquet will be given In the ball- and her successor will be chosen. Tho Hughes of Lancaster. She also visited room of the Phoenix Tuesday eren-tag- . membership ot tho K. E. It. A. has Mrs. Jno Holtzclaw while there. for which tickets may be secured gouo up since November, 1912, when Mrs. Icle Kemper was in Lancaster In advance, price 1.00, from Mrs. J .Mrs. Drcckenrldge came Into office, one afternoon last week for the first II J'Klah, 2115 Murray avenue, IaiuIs-vlll- from 1,779 members to over 15,000, an time In 20 years, altho living justabout Ky .Mrs. Clarence Lebus, of Increase typical of tho rapid advance Like "Hip Van Win-kle- " Lexington, Is the local Chairman in ot suffrage sentiment everywhere In 4 miles distant. she saw many changes that has charge of banquet arrangements. tho last few years. occurred during the time. Mr. Tom Cheinut. together with Mrs j Fanny I'ollard and daughter , Miss Eugenia, havo returned from Lexington where they have been visiting relatives. HHalBaBj Tom who has never recovered his child one ish fancy for a big circus attended VBBBBv9?lBBBBBBBBBBBr while there. Tho Juvenile Music Club met with Miss Kay and Kachel Scott. Miss Kay conducting the meeting. The program wis carried out after which Miss Sadie Ituble was elected president of the next meeting and by request will meet at her home, Miss Kachel Scott was elected Sec. and Critic. Robt Speaks sold to Chas Tope a lot of 100 pound shoats at 7 cents. Dunn Ilros bought 2 weanling mules for $100. at Stanford last court-da- y Terry Tuggle sold 20 cattle weighing 1200 Ihs to Dave Itankln at 7 cents. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank Hlggins spent Sunday with Mils Jennie Higglns of Paint Lick. Highest test Timothy, Ky., tllue Cms and Orchard Grass Seed. lludion, Hughes &Farnau. Mrs, Lee Mattox of Fleming and Mr, Leslie Clark of Jessamine visited their brother Mr. Robt Clark last week. Jim Clark sold n weanling mule to Ilowen Fox for $75, Tom Chesnut one at 8o. I). S. Swope one at $90. The meeting which has been in progress for several days at Pleasant Grove church Is continuing with good crowds. Miss Matilda I son of Letcher county arrived here last week to be the guest of Mrs. Kelly Hogg, and her brother av. Bp A a If so. You are the man we nrc looking for. Sal aw Ck a 5 We need about 15 more men here In Kentucky, territory free. ve carry a full line of Remedies, Extract Spices anil Toilet Articles. Our remedies aro sealed and stay sealed until the customers get them. No trial mark so the Salesman has no refilling to do. All you need ia a horse and wsgon. If interested, write, FURST 6 THOMAS, Free port, III., or u. u. UAiut-K- , Nicbolasville, Ky. i MSSUaUHXUli W. 0. RfGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, rr-irrir Director and nnm n Embalmer. Ollice Phone 18. Residence Phone U3. Kentucky. mu man mi nr Bwniiiiji.h; hhi i m iirTMii WANTED Army Horses Any one having any of the. above to sell, should phone me at Lancaster, and I will drive to see them. TENNESSEE OFFICIAL WINS LONG FIGHT J. W. Seaton of Linden. Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Twelfth Judicial District of Tennessee, was for years a sufferer from stomach troubles in part a resuu oi nis conunmg worki He tried doctor after doctor. He tried medicines without end. One day he took a dose of Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy. He wrote: "Your medicine la tho best In tho world for any form of stomach trouble. I am glad to say that after taking tbo full treatment I feel mat I am wen. "I had very sevens rains In my atom' ach all the time. Ono bottle of your medicine did me ten times aa much good aa all the doctors' medicine that I took for two rears. 3iy family pny alclan told me that I would never be any better today 1 am well. I have gained twenty-five of Asheville, Black Mountain, Hcndersonvillc, Brevard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Wayncsville, (Lake Junnluskn), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vacation at cne of these cool and delightful places or at Tate Spring, Tenn. Round trip Excursion tickets are on sale daily, good until October 31st, via WAY up in the mountains of Western North Carolina nre the beautiful and attractive resorts W. Lancaster, MADAME B. - Burton, Southern Railway of the South Stop-over- - - - Kentucky. s allowed at all points. Three special Low Rate Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. For fall Information see Ticket Agent, Southern Rallwar.or writ II. II. ToJd, District Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kentucky. ANNUAL PUBLIC SALE HOSIKA SCHWIMMEIl. of Uuda IVst. Hungary, will deliver address an Peaco at the suffrage convention In Lexington, Tuesday, November 9. Madame Schwlmmer came to this country In Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy glvea per manent results ror stomacn, liver ana 1914 as the representative of the women's organizations of many countries to Intestinal aliments. Eat aa much and plead for concerted Intervention of the neutral nations for cessation of hostilwhatever you like. No more distress ities In Europe. None who heard her fiery eloquence, her Impassioned pleadafter eating, pressure ot gas In the ing, her description of what she said was not war but "the destruction of stomach and around the heart. Get one Europe and of civilization" can soon forget After the International Conbattle of vour drueetst now and try It gress of Women at The Hague Madame Schwlmmer was one of the delegation on an absolute guarantee It not satis of three women, of whom Jane Ajjdams Is the one best known to Americans, factory money will be returned. to wait upon the rulers of six Luropean countries, pounds." THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. R Surplus $30,000. . C. DENNY. Cashier. r. L. GILL, Of Live Stock PR E AC 1 1 E RS VI LLE Mr. Meade Gill Is ill of fever. Mrs. J, M. Ciess is on the sick list. Mrs. Wro. Dyehouse is some better. .Mrs. )EN!JY, President J. E. STORM ES, Vice Fres't. Jmbry, Ass't Cashier. R. T aaaaaaaaaaBBBaffraaBBBBBaaaEzHra? J. WEDNESDAY. OCT. 20, 1915, AT 10 A.M. AT HIGHLAND VIEW STOCK FARM Kentucky. One Mile Wot of (Former Home of Gazette. 2:07; Allecn, 2:071; Norvardine (tr. 28; and 40 others with records better that 2:30). Owing to other bnsineae interests, I will offer this choice lot of stock. s animals I have sold at public auction. This Many of you know the offering euaU any 1 have, sold heretofore. However, soma of this stock is not in tho pink of condition, Tlio opportunity Is yours. My loss will prove your gain. It is to your interest to give careful consideration to each and every animal that will to sold. high-clas- Safety Samual Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUR For Rent. Jerry Arnold, who has been so 22 HEAD OF HORSES. Norvin W. (stallion). Moko l'earl, Jr. (stallion); 1 road mure, 5 years gelding; year old and one 2 yearling ponies; one yearling colt, dam by Todd. Three brood mares In foal; 1 gray pony; 3 weanlings. The blood lines represented ire such as Onward, Todd, Gambutta Wilkes, Moko, liorder Knight, ami others. Four very fine fillies are out of marcs by great Gambetta Wilkes black jack, fifteen and Nutwood and producing dams. YOUNG SAMI'SON, hands high; a great bred jack and breeder of sugar mules. old; and 20 HEAD OF MULES. One pair of black horse mules, C years old, 1G hands high; 0 pairs of mules, 15 to IGJ hands high, 4 years old: 1 mare, 2 years old; 1 horse, 2 years old; 2 weanlings. 32 DUROC JERSEY HOG. The J1cod of such champions as Defender, Fancy Col., Cherry's King, II C.'a Col.. Superba, Col. King. 1'rince Educator and Cherry King's Advance, sires that have made the Durocs famous. Twsowa by Defender, dams by Supurba and II. and C's Col.; 1 sow by Supurba, dam by Defender; 1 bow by Col. King, dam by Rest on Earth; 1 sow, "Susie" 73H6; 1 sow by a son of Cherry King; 1 gilt by Fancy Col.; 3 fall gilts by Cherry Klna'a Advance, dam by Col. King; 22 nice gilts, spring farrow, sired by Defender's Ohio Chief, Fancy l'rfection, Chertv King's Advance, 1'rince Educator, and dams by Defender, Supeiba and Col. King, & sick, is much better. Mrs. Christ Weyler and children visited Mrs. Wm Ranke. Miss Nell Newland, of Cedar Creek, visited Mrs. W. C. Cummins. Miss Lena Arnold and Miss Nora Smith visited Mrs. Nat Wilmot on Copper Creek. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Cummins visited their daughter, Miss AIIIh Mae, who is In school at Lexington. Mrs. Jennie Manuels is severely ill of typhoid fever atthehomeaf her parents Mr. and Mrs. John Richardson. Mr. Georgo Goins who recently waa sick with smallpox ia discharged as well by the attending physician. Mr. F. L. Thompxon, who has been quite sick from a severe attack of acute Indigestion, is able to be out again. Good Hour makes good bread. Our Hour Is guaranteed to please. Hudson, Hughes &Farnau. Miss Lucile Tlioirp.on ia bothered with a bad stye, which is giving her some trouble with her studies at school BUSINESS. D. .Cochran, Alex R. Denny. J. II. Poaey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. VktorbSlwfl. LK&aUaUi-aVUSI Also one Cows, calves, heifers and steer, yearlings and fine black I'oll Angus breeding bull. T will also sell at the samo timo and place a nice house and lot and several pretty building lota in Lebanon, Ky, also hay, corn, oats and straw. , TEltMS; Sums of 1 20 and under, cash; over that amount 12 month' time with bankable note LUNCH WILL BE SERVED AT 20 Head of. Black Poll Angus Cattle. Protracted meeting began at tho Daptist church Sunday conducted by Rev, J. M. Rogers assisted by Rev. Tucker, of Springfield. One of I'reacheravllle'a handsomest young ladies wilt soon be led to the ultar by one of our hustling young farmers. Here's best wishes. Mr. Uob Sears, of Iowa, who was here las: week to see his sister, Mrs. Wm Dyehouse, who Is sick, went over to Dyehouse's sawmill on Cedar Creek, and while helping to "boom" on a log, slipped and fell and aeVerely hurt himself. He la at the home of his niece, Mrs. Wm. Shaw, at Crab Orchard. Toned Up Whole System. MRS. T. J. SMITH, Frankfort. Is the state member for the K, E. R. A. of the Executive Committee ct the National Woman Suffrage Association. She Is the niece ot InterMiss Laura Clay. The est of her mother and her aunts In the suffrage cause has been Inherited by Mrs. Smith, As former President ot the Federation of Women's Clubs Suffrage. Ministers Endorse and as the wife ot the Panic ExThe ministers ot the Northern Meth aminer, Mrs. Smith has State Into concome odlst Church ot Kentucky adopted la tact with and made perfriends September strong resolutions endors- sons In every part ot Kentucky. ot ing woman suffrage. At the state con' ventlon of the Christian Church even SPECIAL BARGAIN OFFER FOR more ringing aad specltlc resolutions SUFFRAGISTS. MRS. SAMUEL HENNINQ, Of Louisville, Auditor ot the K. E. It A., waa Miss JudU Duke, daughter of General Basil Duke, himself a believer In woman suffrage, as are many of the Confederate veterans ot Kentucky, and a niece of that, other beloved Confed erate leader, Jolm Morgan, Mrs. Hen nlng has recently concluded a term as President of the Louisville Woman Suffrage Association. Of life-lon- The four designs of Cortright Metal Shingles as thown above are made in any of the following ways : 1. Stamped from e and painted Red. e 2. Stamped from and painted Green. 3. Stamped from e and Galvanized by a process. Galvanized Sheets. 4. Stamped from special Each and every genuine Cortright Metal Shingle is embossed with this " Cortright Reg. U. S. Pat. Otf." Trade-matFor Sale by Tin-platTin-platTin-platg d Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd St., Philadelphia. were adopted. forces of the state lining up In active support of the woman suffrage cause, the question will aoon become a "paramount Issue" lu Kentucky. The Kentucky Federation ot Labor stands always for suffrage. The Kentucky Fed eration of Women's Clubs, numbering 18,000 women, haa repeatedly endorsed wgman, suffrage. With the moral If you want Ilia news of the 'auftraga moveni.nt th world over and In every atate uf the Union. nu should eubacrtba tor the Woman's Journal, pubUshed In lloaton, eUlled by Mlu Alice tilona lllack-wel- l. It Is a weekly paper, good prtnt arut good paper l I'rlve 11.00 a year, month. See, four montha 2lc Under pedal offer prevailing 1111 Jan. 1, 1U. Uc of every dollar subscribed In Kentucky goea to the loeal aurtrage work, Bend In your name and aubscrlptlon to tha Ken-iuik- y Itlghta Association. Ill IMunl MccIeUand building, Laxlnxton. Ky. OKOASIXIW tXS3. e Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. Capital $50,000. 11. F. HUDSON. "Chamberlain's Tablets have done more for me than I ever dared hope for." writes Mrs. Either Mae Uaker, Spcncerport, N. Y. "I used several few months N bottles of these tablets a ago, They not only cured me of bilious LEBANON, KY. attacks, alck headaches and that tired out feeling, but toned up my whole AUCTIONEERS, Capt. T. D. English. Danville, Ky, Col. J. II. Bates, system.' For Bale by all dealers. Capt. C, B. Thompson, Lebanon, Ky. 12 O'CLOCK. John B. Wathen, 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. V W, O. P.ICNEY, President. Ass't Cash'r. W. V. .. J. WALKER, Joe J. Walxek, Jr., , Surplus $45,000. Vice Prest. Cashier. 'HAM1 is the very backbone of every ucte!(sfu blliiw,. We regard your cooperation aa a necessary factor in our success. We hope you apeak a good word fur us if we give you good service. If you find our service lacking in any respect, you will confer a favor upon us by telling US. It is our business and our pleasure to improve our system wherever we find a weak spot. CO.OPFR ATIfiN Page 8 4 STANLEY AND- - HIS MULE ' 1,' ...... VJT7tfW i Astride a mule, A. 0. Stanley, Democratic candidate for governor, rode across the mountain to keep (peaking engagement at Hindman and Hazard. He was accompanied by former Congressman Frank Hopkins. Hill' Fill IMJ I The Voters of this section will be addressed on the issues of the day, by OT .T .TIT! PLENTY TO EAT. OMIMMOOOOQ" T A TL Everybody invited. The man without a peer on the stump. MUSIC BY MASS BAND. -- OF- iimur y dozen hogs averaging $7 CO. 200 pounds at FARMER'S column ! i turn Pce twloir IMt bmiiw 1t I'" It" "ClaIt lot ire n efonrlnmnTintftrtberi.Miil of ttnct.siainAtd n'h llnmt on ih eminnt nfford to n.lrer-tir- e lh ottr lour So nolle "III " '" " llnr.. tnd will IwOMlyl. ronr. fr ofchtw lmr "cW To Loan:-Severresponsible party. Sale;-Squar- pair of mules, to A. It. Denny, J.srcaster, Ky. rosewood e piano, For For futhe case, in Rood condition. information call this oflk. Mr. Sweeney Morgan hs sixty Bood feeding cattle he will sell worth the money. number of Kentucky herds. Kigsby and Thompton of ,1'reachers-vill- e have CO good ewes, and f0, one and two year otdlcnttle. they will sell were rejected. A. R. Matheny sold his cattle to worth the money; George D. Boone, the Otenheim buyer, Ky., last week McKee Brothers. Versailles, at from six to six and a half sold a carload of Duroc hogs to Mr cents a pound. There were 11 head of planter of Luce-dal- e' the beeves and they averaged about Luce, a millionaire Miss., who has been inspecting a 1000 pounds ench. Mr. Boone put in the'ears Adolph VonGruenlgan sold to Center Bros, of Garrard, 17 hogs to go this week at seven and n half cents n pound. He alo They will weigh 175 pounds. sold them two cows at $50 and $55. Monte Fox, of Danville, has purchased from J B. Honaker, of the West End of Lincoln, two pair of mare mule mules, which will be delivered in December. Air. Fox cave $G80 for the two teams and they are good ones. W. B. Burton, nf Lancaster, purchased nt Hustonville Saturday seven horses at $100 to 120. He purchased at Itlchmond'Iait week eight at $30 to $115 and at Danville Monday he secured secured six at $75 to $110. Capt. T. D. English, reports that the Mrs. Kate Spalding farm, situated on the Springfield pike, near Lebanon, and containing 503 acres, was offered in six different tracts. Bids ranged irom $57 to $100 per acre, and all bids 9 9 AT S'HUGHES & 9; SWINEBROAD rr TJ DANVILLE, ITS XT XX TJB THE REAL ESTATE MEN LANCASTER OF KY. KENTUCKY. Just received direct from one of New York's manufactures of high class suits, over one hundred fashionable new fur trimm ed suits. Styles Authentic to the last degree. These new model suits are made of Chiffon, Broadcloth, Gaberdine and Poplins, trimmed with the most fashionable and finest furs. The colors are black, brown new blue and green. These suits w.ere made to sell at from $25.00 to $45.00, but by a lucky purchase made for us by our New York representative they come to us so that we have them priced at at once for them the Cincinnati I have a limited quantity of nice strained clover honey for sale. Nice on pancakes these frosty mornings, Will deliver in Lancaster at 15 cents per pound. Address B. I. Blankenship. Stanford, Ky. Route 4. For Sale. maiket. Three high grade Hereford bull calves R. E Henry. and one heifer. large type roland FOB SALE:-2china pigs, subject to register. 0 Mark Coins, FOR Phone SALE:-Plymout- h Roostera and a few pulletts. BO G. Mrs. Ed. Grow. For Sale. J. C. Eubanks sold his fat cattle to Ike Shelby and delivered them to him at Lancaster Monday, where Air. Shelby put them on the cars with a big shipment of about 225 head which he was nuking to the eBSi. .Mr. Eubanks steers averaged 1,040 pounds and he received $7 a hundred for them. Thomas Aletcalf, of Boyle, bought of Frank Robinson. 15 cattle averaging 8 pounds at seven cents a pound: of She! Oetts five that averaged 800 pounds at six and three quarters' and of Oatts Bros., of AtcKinney 18 that averaged 810 pounds at six and three quarters. He sold to Frank Hobinhon a jennet for $100. Interior Journal. . Come and let ut sell you a farm tn Garrard County, where Ave mllHns of undt of the best tobacco is grown annually; where all .the agricultural products grow abundantly; where the best live stock it bred; where the blue grat grows, where good schools, moral and hospitable people art attracting many home seekers. Lancaster the the county teat, has three banks, tele phone exchange, electric light plant, creameri , splendid wafer works system, two flouring millt, grain and hemp warehoute, tobacco warehouse, on the L & N railroad, one uf the twit graded schools In the State, having an endown-men- t fund of fcj0.000.00 in addition to a We csn 130.000.00 new school building. sell homes or choice lots near the school. Our price is the owner's price. We refer to any bank or to any olllcltl for proof that we will deal fairly with you; as we have done for ten years sndhsve no dissatisfied customers. j Improved and unimproved farms of all sites and various locations and at various prices, but any (arm priced at its market value. To Be Neutral. To escape criticism' Do nothing. say nothing, be nothing. Anonymous I $18.50. $19.50. $25.00. $29.50. $35.00. OYSTER SUPPER AT One registered Hampshire sow and nine pigs, not subject to register. Figs 6 weeks old. Prsce $40, S. H. Aldridge, Lancaster Ky. PAINJ LICK. The W. C. T. U. ot Paint Lick will give . an oyster supper next Friday T. C. Rankin bought of Capt. B. F. ight Oct. 29th ut Paint Lick Hall. Come and help the cause and get value mule for $140. Powell a Lee Rankin paid Ed Davis $75 for a received for your money. nice mare mule colt last week. Mt. Hebron. James W. Williams sold a couple of nice mule colts, one a mate and the Airs. A. S. Dean is with relatives in other a horse to Lee Rankin for $150. C. W. Lovell sold a couple of nice Jessamine. Airs. W. B, Alontgomery is no better heifers last week to Green - Gooch of Wuynesburg for $C0., Come in, look over and try on these beautiful New York's Newest Model Suits. Over 200 newest this fall styles Gaberdine, Poplins and Serge, all wool Suits for Ladies and Misses', lined with guaranteed satin, trimmed with braid, velvet and buttons, in the newest shades brown, blue, green and black. EXTRA SPECIAL VALUES at $10.00, $12.50 Waterproof Matches. Matches can be 'mad proof against dampness by dipping them In very hot melted paraffin. Wealth In the Black Hills. The Mack hills region Is the richest 100 square miles ot territory In tbs world so far as known to mining en. clneers. Thlj district produces work. Ing quantities of nearly every mineral product from gold to cement. Dally Thought. Mankind la always happier for having been happy. So fhat-l- f you make men happy now you rcakolhem happy 20 years lienco by tho memory of It. . Sydney Smith. at this writing. Air. C. W. Johnson is with relatives C. G. Hanson of the West End, sold to W. B. Burton, of Lmcaiter, a bay near Lexington. - Air. Langdon of London is with his mare for $140. paid daughter, Airs. W. S. Bowling. B. W. Leigh, of Hustonville, Miss Black Givens $77.50 for a yearAirs. J. B. Dean sold to Air. V. A. ling mule. Lear some hogs at 7icts per lb. H, D. Frye, of Hubble, bought of Buy your winter coal now d steers at money. Hudson, Hughes & and Bave Ike Shelby 25 Farnau. seven cents a pound. Quite a number from here are at Jim H. Woods told to T. W. Jones tending the meeting at Pleasant Grove. last week a bunch of 1C pigs that avAir. II. H. Alontgomery delivered to eraged 90 pounds, at seven cents. Branson, Lutes & Sharp, of Sasey, Air. Joe Poor some cattle price 5 cents sold to T. W. Jones 10 steers and three per lb. Airs, L. E. Speaks and children were heifers at four to six cents. A. J. Thompson, on the Danville pike with relatives near Coy the latter part bought at Danville Monday four brood of the week. sows at $1?. Alessrs. W. L. Grow and B, A. Dun D. O. Lewi., of the West End, gold can sold to Mr. Benj King of Bovle to John 1). Jewell.'of Wilmore, at Dan some fat hogs at 7 and 7J cents per lb. ville Monday an aged gelding for $75. Air. and Airs. H. It. Alontgomery and J. Lee Murphy sold at Danville on children and Air. and Airs. Thos. Hicks $g: $35 mule Monday COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF and $15.00. Hundreds of charming new model hats are on sale in our Immense Millinery Department. All the newest style features in the, trimming, such as fur, flowers, feathers, ribbons and ornaments, large medium and small GAKUAItt) CUtCUIT COUI.T. G. W. Callebbs' Adm'r., et al I'lalntllTs, VS. Dora Callebbs? et al, Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment of the Gar- - four colts at to and to M. J. Ferris three plain cat' tie at $18 a head. T. W. Jones bought a piir to two? a pair of yearlings and i year-oldnice maremule colt from Fox Dud' derar last week. Mr. Jones paid $410 for the bunch. C. W. Elliott and little son of Pin ville, were here Monday and Mr?EIMott bought a handsome pony for his boy from W. A. Tribbie. for which he paid $100. James "Hilltop" Btughman finished e wheat field Satur owing his day, A good deal of the cereal is be Ing nut In both In Boyle and Lincoln, H. C Sendkige near Moreland, sold to B. G. Fox at Danville, two mule salts at $60 a head; to W. H. Murphy 30 heifer calves at $40. He also sold a attended preaching at Scott's Silndm. Fork ' t shapes of velvets special value prices, plushes and velours, at Extended Term, 1016. the undersigned Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court will on MONDAY. OCTOBEK, 25, 1915, Jas Hamilton. Mr, Air. and Airs. F. W. Alontgomery and little son, Clifton, spent Saturday at Hamilton Valley with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thompson bought 20 sens of land from Mr. G. W. Thompson for $1000, and will build a dwelling huu.u ut oi.ee $3.50, $5.00, $6.50 and $10.00. - Come In and have, our expert trimmers and designers fit a hat most becoming to same being County Court, at 11 o'clock or thereabouts, in front of the Court House Door in tho town of Lancaster, Ky., sell to the highest and best bidder the following persoual property: 1 chestnut stallion about 5 years old. The purpose of this sale la to satisfy the lien of Chapmair& Co., and any other liens that may be adjudged against the proceeds of the said sale. TEKMS. Said sale will be made on a credit of three months and the purchaser will be required to execute a bond with approved security, payable to W. II. llrown, Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court, said bond bearing In. terest at 0 per cent ner annum from date of sale until raid, and a lien will be retain upon the said property to secure the payment of said bond. W. II. Hrown, M. C. G. C. C. What Is the Best Remedy For ' Constipation? This la a question aiked us many times each day. The answer is your face and figure. Special value childrens hats, We guarantee them to be satisfactory to you. bold only by us, 10 cents. R. E. Me Roberts 98c, $1.50, $1.98 and $2.98.