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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 28, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915102801_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 28, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. CENTRAL RECORD. PURE REUOJON, UNIARNWIED DEMOCRACY AND OOOD GOVERNMENT. TWUNTY SIXTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 28, 191 5. Hand Us That $. . NUMBIR 30. LOSES BARN. GREAT CROWD Our Owensbero Wapsi Is the best on the market We have a complete line of Grain Scoops and Shovels. m i M Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. When You Think of n&w shoes this place to buy them. is a good mer- - chandise give satisfaction. Our fitting service and Mr. Grant Hammond had the misAT DEMOCRATIC RALLY. Commercial Gab Meets Tonight. fortune to lose his barn and contents by One of the biggest political Demo Kentucky hs i more Illiterates than fire last Saturday night. The origin of have Oklahoma. Weat Virginia and the fire is unknown. Hit lost is about cratic gatherings ever held in this' county was that which greeted Senator $100, with $200 Iniuranoe. Indiana combined. Ollie M. James, at the Fair grounds Hi My Old Kentucky Home", la juit near this city last Friday. The city THANKS AWFULLY! aa dear to the people of Knott county was literally blocked with buggies, as It is to Mr. Morrow. The office force Is indebted to Mr. wagons and automobiles, large deleBlow your bugle Mr. Morrow all you Homer Tinsley for some very delight- gations being on hand from Lincoln, Gar S3 eslrc to', It will aerve to no purpose, ful sweet cider. We were tired and Boyle, Madison and Jessamine. for Owsley Stanley, has this race won. thristyjand all drank to his good health. rard county Democracy turned out in May he live long and prosper! full force and enjoyed the o'd fashioned Stanley, the man who can ride a barbecue that had beeti prepared on th be mule, ox or a racehorse, can always SCHOOL FAIR POSTPONED. grounds by a large force of help, where a1 depended upon to fill hla engagements. burgoo In abundance was served to the The school fair which was postponed hungry crowd. The Danville band of "Give me liberty or give me death." on account of so much sickness thruout twelve pieces furnished the music so says that gallant defender of equal the county will take place Saturday, which was good and added very much rights and home loving' care. Owsley Nov. 20th at Graded School building. to the happy occasion. Editor J, E. Stanley. I Much Interest has been manifested in Robinson introduced the speaker and school fair both by teachers and incidentally put In some good words To execute a given promise made in this pupils. for the local ticket which everyone good faith to the people It requires just should be Interested In electing next such a man as Owsley Stanliy at the Tuesday. When the distinguished FINE COWS SOLD. head of affairs. Kentucky Senator mounted tho ros Mr. G. B. Swinebroad, the champion trum, Let every man constitute himself a repeated and deafening applause committee to see that he and his nelgh- - Jersey breeder of this county, sold a greeted him. He was most happy In days ago, six choice Jersey cowf, his ra- - bora cast their votes for Stanley and few ready and continuous strains of with calves by aide, to Mr. George oratory. the entire democratic ticket. Burge, of JefTerson county, for $100 a Answering criticisms of the special Lets fool the republicans with such a head. Mr. Swinebroad has a number made necessary by war conditions rousing majority for Stanley, that they of prize winners of this breed, some of tax abroad, he said when the tariff was will become fully aware of what a which are thought to be the best In the nacted the administration had a right emocratic cyclone looks like. state. to expect that revenue would come 7 from tho usual sources, but an unanKeop the good work. The old rooster ,t5 GOES TO RICHMOND. ticipated war stopped International is crowing loud and long while the lephant when last seen was hiking his Mr. Henry Conn, who has conducted commerce. We didn't make the war." he said. way back to the wilds of Africa. the blacksmith shop for several years but, thank God, Woodrow Wilson No one understands me, noone agrees past at Point Leavell, has bought an prevented us from getting into It." interest In a garage with his brother. with me. The Kaiser. Then he told what had been subject how Frank Conn, at Richmond, and moved When one understands him. with his family to that city. Mr. Tom ed to this special tax liquors, cigars could one agree with himT Bunsen. Hurt has leased the shop ami is pre- and cigarettes, documentary stamps The Ladies Missionary Society of the pared to look after the patrons and to and Pullman car tickets. 'We tax luxuries which people can Ijjji l'resnyterian church will give their an give satisfaction. Mr. Conn wishes to The Republicans taxed nual Silver Tea Friday, Octobar 29 730 thank the good people there for their do without. M. Everybody is cordially invited. trade, which he appreciated and asks the necessaries of life. We tax the man who rides in a Pullman. The Rethem to patronize his successor as publicans would have taxed the man Stanley and Black loom up every liberally as was done in the past. who rides in a day coach." where like two shining stars to light He said that the defeat of the Demo the way to good times and prosperity DOLLAR PIES. cratic ticket this fall wonld be ascribed nd woodiow Wilson records the motion. The pie supper given at Rice's to the unpopularity of the National The bugle notes have at last been Academy last week, by Miss Margaret Administration and considered a rebuke wafted upon the air of democracy un O'Hearn, was a financial success In to Woodrow Wilson, and was vocifertil every section of the commonwealth ously applauded when he added; "Such vibrates with their most sounding call. every way. The large orderly crowd calamity will not befall us. Owsley added very much to the enthusiasm and Cool, calculative and reasonable in the bidding was very spirited from the ataniey will oe elected by 40,000 ma all matters that once before him for time the first pie was offered. The jority." He paid a high tribute to Stanley, pies brought the diudlcation. Owsley Stanley la the one total of twenty-fou- r man of all to be governor of Kentucky. round sum of twenty-fou- r dollars. who, he said, had been tested during While he failed to get every pie that his twelve years In Congress, and in The democratic platform contains was offered, it Is said that Mr. N. J over a thousand rolhalla there could good planks only, but without such a Gosney never failed to make a good not be found a vote of Stanley's upon firm and resolute leader as Owsley bid and several were "knocked off" to the wrong side. Stanlev it could not be nut into actual this popular pie eater. "LaDor never nad a better or more CAR LOAD Ford Cars JUST RECEIVED. li See sample NOW and place your order. ROADSTER TOURING CAR -- $390.00 - $440.00 F. O. B. DETROIT. Haselden a.1 Bros., Kentucky irrrmr--- i i Lirj iaoic ii -- ii i irr-.nn: n u i 31 IE 1c 1L G. M. LYON'S STORE BUSY CASH 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. 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. Wo "ENDICOTT-JOHNSON" For comforts style and service At $5 and $6 you'll get what crry the Famous AND "NUNN & BUSH" line of WORK SHOES. Complete line of BALL BAND RUBBERS LOGAN. ANDERSON & T0ML1NS0N. 'EXV Most 4 Of Your Earnings , I g ' d k & Jg 2C K 3 1 that this money Is wisely spent. There Is freshness to think about and cleanliness and economy. This suggests to us that this store Its aim is might be of service to to deal-il- l grocery goodness. How well it succeeds is a matter for each customer to decide personally. We would be glad' to have YOUR you-.beca- use Go Tor Eatables So why not see opinion. Theo Currej. iH constant friend, and the farmers of Kentucky will not soon forget how As a vote getter, Owsley Stanley HIGHWAY MARKERS. heroically he struggled In their behalf above any other Kentuckian stands far Peter Lee Atherton, President Jack against the power of monopoly". of todav. The more he is known the Comparing the present state admin all son Highway Association, Louisville, farther advanced he is ahead of in correspondence with the President Istration with that of A. E. Willson, other competitors. f Boone Way Association, this place he called Gov. McCreary "that splen' did leader," and praised his admlnis Kentucky has more illiterates than says; have the states of Wyoming, Idaho, So far as I can see at this time tration of affairs in Kentucky for Utah. Nevada. North Dakota, South there will be no contest for the location progress, honesty and efficiency. He said the money of the state had Dakota, Washington, Oregon, Iowa, of the Jackson Highway between here Kansas and Nebraska combined. and Lexington and I can see no possible been well spent, over a million for objection to the Boone Way and Jack schools and over $900,000 for Confed The great democratic organization Highway using the same road, the arate pensions. waa never so perfect as now. ine Bon He made light of the charge that arklng for one road could be put on name of Stanley seems to have electri one side and for the other on the other State Superintendent Hamlett spent whole people. Go and stairp fled the side. We will all work together to money for something to eat while under the rooster and all will be for make the road aa good as possible for traveling. gotten. They do not mention that he re. everybody who goes over it." covered over a hundred thousand do! Those democrats who talk and never lars for the public schools from the work, have no claim upon the party. WANTED 5000 DOZEN EGGS Southern Pacific. They charge him Those that put their shoulders to the with spending $3,000 expense money, wheel and hand out the goods are true Fresh Eggs 24c, extras candled 2c but do not mention that he uncovered and genuine believers In Jeffersonian H. B. Northcott, the padding of census figures and principles, saved $300,000 to the pupils of the common schools; they do not say any "Who arc these mountain people!" ARRIVAL OF LITTLE thing about the increase of the school said an ignorant but wealthy city man, "They are plain citizens, seated in STRANGER per capita and the lengthening of the school term," said the senator. chairs, on rag carpets, be Neat little cards sent to friends and He said the statement of Mr. Mor with their babies fore open Oct row that Kentucky owes a debt o relatives announce the arrival on on their knees". 9th, of Leslie Wilton 'ones at the $3,000,000 is misleading, that as a mat If you are pioneers in your advocacy home of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Jones, of ter ofyfact when the taxes of this year pull oil Richmond. Ky. The mother will be are returned to the auditor the debt of the democratic ticket, then Your coats and plunge into the thickest remembered as "Pretty Polly Traylor' will be less than $1,600,000, which of the fray for Owsley Stanley and his The Record extends congratulations, trifling as compared to the debts of associates for the cause of good many states whose resources are much government artd better times. more limited than Kentucky's. D. A. R. CHAPTER "The nation looks to Kentncky in Maud Muller on a summer's day Lovers of Democthis supreme test. watched the hired man rake hay. She ORGANIZED awaitracy everywhere are anxiously laughed and chortled in her glee when The John Miller chapter, of the ing your verdict here. The effect of ud his pants leg crawled a bee. Later Daughters of tho American Revolution our action in Kentucky in the coming the farm hand laughed In turn when was organized last Thursday at the contest will not only be state-widbig grasshopper crawled up her'rt. homo of Mrs. John M. Farm. yes, my it will be even Every democrat who give his brain The following officers wero chosen at more It will be world-widThe issue as well as his strong arm to the cause this meeting; Regent, Mrs. John Farra, is plain and unmistakable it's plainly very Vice Regent, Miss Alberta Anderson, shown between our opponents and Mr. he preaches, is deserving or the highest encomlous from his party. And Corresponding Secretary Mrs. Jennie Stanley. They denounced the matchvictory will always perch itself upon Terrill, Recording Secretary, Miss Bet less record of Woodrow Wilson and the the honor of such democrats as these, tie Walker Burnside, Treasurer, Mrs, national Democracy, and Stanley apPattie Engleman, Historian, Miss Jane proves that record. I submit the issue Miss Cora Dow, aged 47, died from Terrill, Chaplain, Mrs. Jennie Terrill, with all confidence to the greatest and Cincinnati Sunday night, tuberculosis at Librarian, Miss Annie Margaret Elkin, fairest jury ever Impaneled the voters She was the founder of the chain of of Kentucky." Dow drug store and waa the most Senator James closed his magnificent widely known and most successful HALLOWE'EN address with one of the most eloquent business woman in the west. Her and touching peorations ever listened stores at Cincinnati she sold a few SOCIAL AND FROLIC" to by an audience, when he said that weeks ago to a syndicate for about j& when the Kings, Kaisers and potentatThe Bryantsville School will give million dollars. Hallowe'en Social on Saturday night. es of Europe were summoned to the "No Illiteracy Sunday" is not a plea Oct. 30th at 8 o'clock, for the benefit Great White Throne with the brand of for funds, but a plea for prayer endco of a school Library. All are Invited to Cain upon their brows, President Wood, row Wilson would, bi greeted by the operation. Many teachers have volun come and help make merry. teered tt teach, the editors have given The witch will appear and ghosti King of Kings with "Blessed are the for they shall be called and are giving columns of space and will haunt all superstitious people. The we do not believe Christian brethren fortune tellers will be on hand and all the children of God." their aid when illiteracy are urged to have the future foretold, will & means NO BIBLE BEADING AND NO There will be a "Fish Pond" which POSTPONED. ATTENDANCE enjoyed by all the children AT SUNDAY Jjj? SCHOOL by our Illiterate population. On account of so much sickness In well as the old. Some eminent story tellers will be present and a good tim the community, the oyster supper an Lost. Is expected In general. All who wish nounced in our last Issue to take place On Square Monday right gold cutf may mask and we'll present a guessing at Paint Lick under, the auspices of the Reward contest. Come and bring a merry local W, C. T. U. at that place has link with inltals B. B. B. B. pd crowd and look out for the "Goblins". been postponed to soma future date. If returned to Uaselden Bros. effect. cane-bottofellow-citizen' G. M LANCASTER. LYONS. KENTUCKY. 31 IE DC C f f Before you buy your come and let us show you the famous I w It's many popular features and other points when selecting a you should not over-loo- k Cooking stove. GLOBE W k peace-maker- s, with-hol- d Ba 5 J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Oct 28, 1915.' 3 JW$ jiS3HSI!lBl HON. EDWIN P. MORROW AND JUDGE LEWIS L. WALKER Will address the voters of COUNTY, AT at .LANCASTER, 12:30 p. KENTUCKY, m. i Should Monday, November 1st. EVERYBODY consti- INVITED. Personal Stationery be Engraved or Embossed powadays. It reflects good taste and 4at once creates a favorable RHEHA FOR RHEUMATISM. No matter how many remedies you have tried and failed to get relief, ono trail of Rheuma will convince you that sciatica and all forms of rheumatism can be permanently cured. R. E. and all druggists sell it for 50 cents. "I was so crippled with sciatic rheumatism I could not walk. Three bottles of Rheuma permanently cured me." Guv Turley, St. Paul, Minn. Rheuma gets right into the blood, dissolves the uric acid crystals and passes them through the kidneys and bowels. This is the best way to cure rheumatism. The manufacturers guarantee it, Our Advico Is: When you feel out of sorts from pation, let us ay that if Toned Up Whole System. do not relieve you, seo a physician, because no other home remedy will. Eold only by us, 10 cents. Ft. E. McRobirti Edmund Murphy, deputy sheriff at Kings Mountain met his death Satur PAINT LICK day night white walking on the trestle on fishing Creek south of K ntr's Mrs. Walker Guyn Is In Lancaster impression. A Mountain. Mr. Murphy had been in for a visit to relatives. Oct full information (arcs fro-- the King's Mountain all day Saturday col Local Southern Agv it, or write n Suppose you come and see Mr. Jesse Beazlev was a visitor in lecting taxes and had started to his B.H.Todd.DittrlctPaiaen'.rrArnt.Lfuiiitl..lC . - . Lexington the past week. . the many beautiful samples home and was crossing the trestle, .JfR'WJ Mesdames Tom Logsden nnd Mid when he was overtaken by a train, but we have and get our prices. he swung down between the supports Ross spent Friday in Lancaster. THE Miss I.I lie Noel, of Danville, has STANFORD and the engine and several cars passed PZCAHG) WDiP Of WS SOUTH over him, but believing, it is supposed been the guest of Mrs. J. B. Woods. that the train had all passed over he Mr. Floyd Coldiron, of Lexington, Mrs. A. C. Hill is ill, raised his head a few inches and that spent the week-enwith the home folks. hind him many new friends who will Attorney P. M. McRoberts has been was when he met his death. His brains Mis Richmond, of Ewing, Vs., is the long remember his coming among ui, 1-- 2 ill for several days. were scattered along the track. Mr. guest of her sister, Mrs. Robert Led- Mr. I. C. Rucker suffered another Miss Hazel Harbison of Danville, is Murphy was 56 years old and one of the ford. paryletlc stroke on last Tuesday, the FOR SALE BY the guest of Mrs. B. D. Carter. best known citizens nf this county. Mrs. C. S. Ellis was called to Butler shock affecting his throat and for a y Mr. E C. Walton and Miss Lucy Lee The chapter, of the past week by the illness of her time it seemed that his condition was Daughters of the American Revolu- mother. Walton were in Danville Tuesday. indeed serious. However, at this EDWARD II. BYARS. FIRST AND CITY NATIONAL DANK Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. Misses Mary and Mattie Walker have writing he is greatly improved and his Mrs. T. J. Hill Jr., is visiting her tion was organived In Stanford Wed- nesday by a band of enthnsiastic local returned from a stay of several weeks many friends wish for him a speedy mother, Mrs. Bruning at Cincinnati. ARRIVE. women who have proven their elibility in Louisville. recovery. Miss Louise Terry, of RichMrs. J. F. Larue of Louisville is the to membership in this historic clan. BUILDING, LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. Miss Elizabeth Eldridgo who is teach mond is the nurse in attendance. INo 10; 5KH:a. m. Mrs. G. F. DeBorde. The organization was effected at a guest of her sister, ing in Stanford, was the week-en- d Maysville, connecting at Richmond To Miss Eflie Drye of Hustonvllle, is tho meeting at the home of Miss Esther Located in Garrard Countv near Buena Vista, on good pike, six miles to Whr Not Publish It? with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; guest of her aunt, Mrs. Bettie BarneL Burch, who has done a great deal to- - guest of her parents. Master Saufiey Hughes of Lancaster, at Winchester with C & 0 to Lexing"ward enlisting eligibles here in organiz When you want a fact to become Railroad station, Burgin, Ky on the Queen & Crescent Railroad, a gcod town is the guest of his Mrs. Lula Johnson of Lancaster was Mr, ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & ing. Tho following officers of the generally knowd, the right way is to with fine school, Hank, large mill and a number of large mercantile establishand Mrs. James L. Francis. the guest of Mrs. K. M. Newland last chapter were chosen Ashland, at J.'aris to Cincinnati. publish it. Mrs. Joseph Kalians, Peru, at its organization week. Miss Charlie Elmore, of Lancaster, Ind., was troubled with belching, sour ments. Buena Vista also has school, churches and good general stores and a meeting: Regent, Miss Esther Burch; No 71:8:35 a. m. was the guest of Miss Mary May stomach and frequent headaches. She good community. The land la Mrs. Elizabeth Dillon has returned Vice Regedt, Miss Jennie Warren, Corespecially well. Is in high state of cultivation. To Rowland & Stanford connecting from Lancatter where she was the responding Secretary, Mrs. Shclton M. Walker the first of the week. writes, !'l feel it my duty to tellothers There has never been any tobacco grown on this farm and more than two Rowland, L & N to all points South guest of Mrs. N. Miller. at oauftey. Recording Secretary! Miss Sue Messrs Auther Eldridge and James what Chamberlain's Tablets have done thirds of the farm will grow a fine quality of Whit" Hurley Tobacco ami a No 28; 111 a. m. Mr. and Mrs. James T. Menefee, of Woods, Treasurer, Mrs. Annie Engle-- Woods of Center College spent the for me. They have helped my digestion and regulated my bowels. with their parents. Since splendid yield. "NO BETTER TOBACCO LAND IN THE WHITKBURLEY Miss Sue To Richmond, connecting with L & Knoxville, are guests of his parents, man, Registrar, Rout. week-enHistorian, Mrs. T. W. Pennington, using them I have been entirely well." N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Menefee. Mr. and Mrs. Q. U. Terrill of DISTRICT". Our highest priced tobacco Is grown in this section of Garrard For sale by all dealers. & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. The, caster, were guests of Mr. and Messrs J. F. Cummins and Walter Chaplain. Mrs. J. C. McClars. County. Burdette Ramsey on Sunday. Tuesday name of the local chapter, Saunders were in Lexington No 70; 11:50 a. m. was chosen In honor of two Mrs. Lewis Guyn has returned from! The greater portion of this farm is in grass and has beenwr!l cared for. To Richmond, connecting with fast to attend a meeting of the K of P lodge. distinguished werriors who went forth for years. This land will also produce fine hemp and is considered by the best train to Cincinnati. Robt C. Coffey, who was summoned from Lincoln county and carved their a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Fitzpatnck in Shelbyvllle. here from Youngstown O, on, account names high on the scroll of fame No 27; 2:09 p. m. farmers in that section to be the best wheat laud In Garrard County. in the Mr. Hume Rucker. of Louisville was The undersigned hereby irve warn- To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon of the illness of his mother, returned early wars of ehe republic The farm U extra well watered by large never falling springs, well dis called here the past week by the illness ng t0 B pereons not to trespass upon Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling Friday. Miss Mary Shepherd Cook and Dr. of his father, Mr. I. C. Rucker. our i8mi. lor anv DUrDOse whatever as tributed over the farm which makes it an ideal stock farm. The Improvements Mrs. W. K. Shugars, who has been Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Jesse Ballou Perkins stole a march on Messrs James and Roger Rucker, of we will prosecute all offenders to ful consist of a good three room tenant dwelling and good small stock barn. Large in Winchester for several weeks, where Bardstown & Springfield. many friends hereTuetday morn- Lexington and Jonas Rucker, of Rich law. Hunters and. frontage on the pike and a beautiful building site on the pike. lest extent of t she underwent an operation, will return their ing by slipping away to Covington, mond spent Sunday with the home No 9; 8:42 p. m. home Sunday. Fishermen especially take notice, This is the best tenant proposition in a large territory, as very little where they were married. They went people. To Stanford, connecting with fast R. L. Elkin Ed & N It Price Rev. R. B. Mahoney, of Long Pnirie to money is invetttd in buildings. Junction City in an automobile, actrain to Bristol & Atlanta. Mrs. Rebecca J. West, Mr. W. A. Smart, of Columbus. Ohio. W. R. Cook. Minn, who has been away from this companied by her mother, Mrs. Lelia Price for quick sale $90.00 and a suru enough bargain. James G. Conn, was in Paint Lick Saturday and bought ll. O. Arnold. city for a number of years, is here on a U. Cook and Miss Katherine Davis Quite a lot of valuable timber on the farm. C. Morgan, J. P. Bland, visit to relatives. Raney, where they took the train for fifteen horses ranging in price from $90 J. Long Bros J, II. anil W. S. Weaver to $135 pur head. Mrs. Sam Robinson, who has been in Cincinnati They were W. T. West. Let every man who calls himself a J. Booth Sutton. Louisville, for a month or more, where from Cincinnati to Covington by Miss We will add other names for 25 cents democrat prove it by his worth. Energy she had a very serious operation per- Mary Moore Raney, who s witnessed tho cash. formed returned home Tuesday. marriage nt the home of Kev. J, W. pluck and perseverance will prove it on fft Nov. 2nd. next. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Rllfe, Mr. ami Hagin, who was pastor of the ChrisRail Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hays, who have Mrs. John Rlffe, Mr. and Mrs, Will tian church here for a numberof years. ItllTo of Hustonville, were the guests The bride U the youngest daughter of been the guests of relatives here for Ky. of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. McKce Riffe Mrs. Lelia B. Cook and is indeed avery the past week, have returned to their Sunday, young home in Stanford. attractive and accomplished Part of the material for tho construc Mr. and Mrs. Russell Ilrown were lady, while the groom is a sun of Mrs. here from Lancaster Sunday night Belle Perkins, now of this city, but tion of the bridge over White Lick has Mr, Brown was here in the Interest of formerly of Garrard county, and one arrived and It is hoped tnat work will No. 10 Cincinnati Express, AT OUR dally 4:30 a.m. the UYI'U, which he hopes to organ of tho best known dentists of this soon be begun on this structure. section of Kentucky. ize here Boon. This couple Spe No. 4 When Stanley beheld the great green G;03 a.m. cial, daily There will be a union social at the have been devoted Bweetheurts for colored mountains and breathed that No. 28 Blue Grass Special, State Bank building on Saturday night. sometime and of course their mar nuro and Invigorating atmosphere, he a.m. The spacious hall will be decorated in riagu was expected soon, but not this exclaimed, "God bless the mountain dally oxcept No. 14 Carolina Special, Hallowo en stylo ami a great time is week. Af'.er a short bridal tour they people". in 7:00 u.m promised. daily This sociul will be given by will return to Stanford to make their Mr. and'Mrs. Reid Lear of Middles No. 6 Local Express, daily 1:35 p.m. the societies ot the Christian and Pres homo amidst their many friends, who boro are announcing the arrival of i No. Good Work and Limited, byterian churches. Those who wish wish them much joy and happiness fine boy on tho eleventh' " I 1 Ihls young MllsmBWK II dally 5:20 p.m. may come masked. Children will be through the Journey of life. They will gentleman bears the name of hisgrund Prompt Service by No. 12 Royal Palm, dally.. 5:37 p.m entertained from 6:30 to 8:30 and grown have rooms with Mrs. Kittle Hopper father, U. M. Lear Jr. Admission on East Main street. J( neonle from 8:30 to 10:30. Expert Mechanics. With a voice as clear as the mountain No. 5 L o c a 1 Express, ten cents. air and elequence as sweet as the songs dally 11:05 a.m. son, of Complete line of Tires. Dan Robert, the What Would You Do? of Its birds Mr. Stanley most feelingly No. 11 Royal Palm, daily..ll:2Q a.m. Mr. and Mrs. John Falconberry, of Everything in Automobile proclaimed to those homogeneous peo 1 New Orleans LimNo. There are many times wlun one man pie democracy pure and unJefiled. this county met a horrible death here Accessories. ited, dally 11:35 o.m Monday morning he being thrown from questions another a actions and motives, There will be a pie supper at the No. 13 Carolina Special, a wagon und having his little head a! Men act differently under different clr building on Friday night, Prestollte Service. daily 10:15 p.m. most mashed into a Jelly. Mr. Falcon-berr- cumstances. The question Is, what Manse School 5th. Besides the delicious SpeNo. 3 would you do right now If you had a November who is a tenant on the farm of games and amuse v 11:35 p.m, C. E. Tate, had come to the depot to severe coldl Could you do better than ties there will be cial, daily all kinds and everybody is in MITCHELL & No. 0 Florida Spe get something and loft the child on the to take Chankerlain's Cough Remedy? ments of Save your money and triple your light. Enjoy the 11:52 p.m. wagon and while 'he was gone the It is highly recommended by people who vited to come. cial dally The protracted services at old Paint home comforts and conveniences afforded by No. 27 Blue Grass SpeSHACKELFORD. horses became frightened and started have used it for years and know its cial, dally except to run down the railroad, throwing the value. Mrs. O. E. Sargent, Peru. Ind., Lick, conducted by Rev. Cary F Moore Sunday, arrives- - 8:15 p.m. child from the wagon agair.st the says, "Chamberlain's Cough' Remedy of Cynthlana. closed Sunday night with Second Street. Phone 121. Buy them in the Dlue Convenient Cartons, regular lioineslzc 75c. each For rates, routes and information wheel. The remains of this little child Is worth Its weight In gold and I take ten coming on confession of faith and Danville, Ky. call upon or address M. J. Coughlin, were laid to rest Tuesday in the Camp, pleasure In recommending ft" For several reconsecratlons. Mr. Moore left Monday for bis home leaving be sale by all dealers. bell cemetery. agent; 'phone 346. heme-seekerI "Chamberlain's Tablets havo don more for me than I ever dared hope for," writes Mrs. Esther Mae Baker, Spencerport, N. Y. "1 ued several bottles of these tablets a few months ago. They not only cured me of bilious attacks, sick headaches and that tired out feeling, but toned up my whole system.' For sale by all dealer. The Southern Railway is the direct line to Asheville, Aiken, AuRusta, Char- Travel thsre on the "St. Louis Spccnl" cquippv. J with electric lightid steel coaches, thr u.;h tlrawmR room sleeping cars to Jacksonville and new dininr. car service to Asheville, and from Asheville to Jacksonville. The trip via Asheville is through "The of the Sky",the only scenic route to Florida. Very low s' fares and winter tourists' fares now in effect; with stopovers nnd other special features. leston, Columbia, Savannah, Summer-vill- e and other southern resorts. mmm3"... I southern M&ssW&y 141 Central Record. d ACRES OF VERY FERTILE LAND L.&N Logan-Whitle- grand-parent- d Logan-Whitle- POSTED I ! ! d Time Table. Danville, North-boun- Southern Road. 3 ester VJhie Way tO Lili iresM"u.il STOP GARAGE When Danville Sun-.C:- 08 I South-boun- ssBssRssssssslVil NATIONAL MAZDA LAMP. R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky. -- jv The Central Record, Thursday Oct 28, 1915 amount of $1,850,000 has been voted and mado by the counties thru which Uoone Way and East Dixie Highway TION IN KENTUCKY. passes In Kentucky for the construction these and local roads. In Meeting of Southern Appalachian Good It ia proposed, during 1910 to routo Uoone Way on Southeast from Cum Good Roads Association, BlaefieH berland Gap to Mocksvilte, N. C , the old home of Daniel lloone, who left W. Va., October 14, 1915. that point on his memorable march in 1775 for Kentucky, guiding the Hen (My James Maret. President "tloone Tile route will dersons to Iloonesburo. Way" Ml. Vernon. Kv.) probably be about ns follows: Via Hris-tiVaTenn) Elliabelliton.Tenncsiec, One hundred nnd four, out of 120 Elk I'ark, Avery county, North a counties In Kentucky, have taken to Linvillej thence over the '"Crest advantage of the State nid road law, of (Due Ridge Highway" (Uoone-Cresenacted In the year 1015 and are Hctivrly to Itlowing Hock; thence over at work, or soon will be, in the con- the Ilrlstol Charlotte Highway thru aeat high- Pntlerson, Lemlr, Hickory. Newton traction of new way) or the reconstruct on or improv and Stateaville to Mocksville, with a log existing turnpike. Southeastern branch or loop from Llnville toAshvitle Kentucky, at well na the other moun- and Ualtlmore, over Creat of lllue tainous section of Eastern portion of Kidge Highway: then. thru Oldfort, tfcs state has plodded with nothing much Marian, Hridgowater, Morganton, and better than "trailk" slucellooae pained Conelly Springs to Hickory, there to this way a hundred and forty years ago. converge with Eastern loop for MocksThe moat important thru highway ville. A spur Is alto proposed from proportion, to the people of Kentucky, lllowlng Itock to lloone, in Wautauga Tennessee, North Carolina and Virginia, county, North Caroline. The distance at this time Is "lloone Way," now be- from Louisville to Mocks ille 600 miles. ing constructed from Cumberland Gap Cumberland Gap being the exact half northward to connece with tne Ken- way point. tucky jystem of turnpikes. This road The year 1915 still has almost three hat been routed from Cumberland Gap months toltscredit, but, In the progress to Louisville, across the state, a made In its first three quarters, it haa of 2M miles, via Mlddlcsboro, more to ilscreditof substantial achieveI'ineville Ilarbourville, Corkln, London, ment for Kentucky's immediate and Mt. Vernon, Crab Orchard, Stanford, lasting betterment than any decade of Kancaster, Danville, llarrndsburg, years in the lut half century," liwrrneeburg. (west loop), NiclHat-vill(The next annual mreting of the Lexington, Versailles, Krankfort, Southern Appalachian Goods Hoads Shclbvvllle, thence to Ixiuisvillr. Association will be held at Lexington, There is n turnpike f rum Pi au Urchard KentOcky, in October lfllfi. James to l.ouisville, a distance of lK miles, Maret. of Mt. Vernon, was reelected which Is being improved by every Kentucky's Vice Presldfnt of the county thru which this liighwny passes Association.) leaving C5 miles to be made between Page 3 THE HIGHWAY SITUA- rw4 !I m..i. ! lie IfUlliailS blUU I UJ (Kitlltd DrTbe Womtn.Cluhi JsssJJsJaJsJe$ss Take a 'vj ject carefully ol Cnro-Un- t) Inter-cornt- morning "Modern Landscapest" was the sub and painstakingly handled R. E, McRoberta by Mrs. II. Clay Sutton at the last club meeting. Interest In the club and club Pnyr.e Sunday. work increases week by week. . Miss Jennie Lawrence, of White Oak Mrs. J. G, Crabhe, of Richmond, and Miss Mamie Holtzclaw visited Mrs. state, chairman of press department lien Holtzclaw. writes thanking us for year book and of Crab Miss Tana Thompson, compliments us on being first to send Orchard, visited Miss Alza McAlirter Lexone in. Mrs. Alfred Zembrod, of on Drake's Creek. ington, Stste chairman of Art departMr. II. T. Lunsford wss sent from ment, alto compliments and congratul- Derrick Warner Lodge No. CC1 to the ates our club on year book and Grand Masonic Lodge at Louisville. 'jjrwlliaci as a laxailvejriht Tonight Found What Was Hunting, a, Crab Orchard nnd Cumberland Gap. Tills construotion now under way, ia SOME TENNESSEE expected to bo completed by August 1916. FOLKS TELL HOW THEY WON The East loop of Dixie Highway, that portion between Chattanooga and Indianapolis, will us- - 85 milra of the of lloone Way. between Cumberland Gap nnd Mt. Vernon, Kentucky, where it diverges for lllchmond. Lexington, Cincinnati and Indianapolis. V. J. Sparks, of Mt. Vernon, ia president and James Maret, of that place, is secretary of the Katt Kentucky. Tennessee Dixie Highway Association, an auxilliary to the parent organitation, with duties of looking after and encouraging the early completion uf the work on this division or Kastern loop of this great highway bctwetn Chattanooga and Indianapolis. Most good roads readers recall the fact that the Dixie Highway (with loops) is routed from Chicago to Miami, Florida; tho west loop diverges at Indianapolis going via Louisville, and Nashville to Chattanooga where It converges with Kastern loop. Yet another route has been located and named the Dixie lire Line. Starting from Chicago, going via Evansville, Indiana, and entering Kentucky at Henderson, thence via Hopklnsvilleand Gunhrie to Nashville, The Jackson Highway lately put on the map. Is another important movement, l'eter Lee Atherton, a great Highway man, of Louisville, was elected president of this Association at its recent convention at Nashville. The routing of this highway is ahi.ut at fol lows: One brench beginning at Chicago going via Indianaolis to Louisville, the other starting at Ilutfalo or Niagara Fails thence across the Western por lion of New York; Pennsylvania across Ohio and entering tha state of Ken tucky at Mavaville thence via Lexing ton, and from that point will go over the roadbed of lloone Way (lloone. Jacxson) through Frankfort to Louis' ville where it converges with the Chicago division, thence to New Orleans via llardstown, Glassgow and Scotttville, Kentucky to Nashville llirmingham, Montgomery and Mobile on to the Creacent City. Eastern Kentucky counties are work' Ing on a proposition to ouild a highway from Whitexburg, Letcher county, ly road-bed (Dixie-lloone), ing on tho border of Virginia, to Itich mond Kentucky, thru the counties of Letcher, Leslie, Terry, lireathltt, Lee and Eitill, there to connect with tho, Dixie Highway, It it proposed to name this roud the "McCreary Hlgnway". in honor of our Governor, who haa been a consistent friend and worker In tho good roads movement. Kentucky has got into the good roads game for keeps, as Is evidenced by tho fact that 101 of her counties havu ap- tiled for state aid and gone to worK, It is to be recalled that the Legislature, in 191 1, passed a road law which allows any county In the state to draw from the State treasury un amount equal to that expended by t aid county upon the construction of new roadt or the recon struction of old ones. The tint ones, however wnich must receive attention seat toads. Where aball be inter-count- y a county appropriates and uses J 100,000 upon the roadt, In accordance to statutes, the state repays $50,000 In yearly payments until that amount hat been refunded to the county. Along with this bill was a provision levying tlvu centa upon all property thruout the state, which fund it placed in the treasUnury for meeting these paymentt. der thlt law there hat been the great-e- tt awakening on the highway subject that ever took place in the old common' wealth. A large numbtr of counties havo voted bond Issues. Others are following almost daily. Hut few counties have turned down the proposition. Tha latest to carry was Fayette county, which haa the best system of pikci in the state, yet voted a 300,000 bond Issue to further Improve iti splendid highways. Uondt and appropriations to thi Blclc ceoplo want to bo well In a hurry. A great many, perhaps most all. Illnesses have their beginning In derangements of tho stomach and digestive tract. Mayr's Wonderful Remedy starts In at the first dqso to put stomach sufferers on tho way to health. The first dose proves It. It Is taken with success everywhere. Here are tho words of two Tenncsseo people who havo taken It: MISS COMA FISHER, 805 Saxon avenue, Memphis "Havo taken your medicine and It worked llko a charm-- has removed quits a number of gall plate at dinner. stones. It does Just as you said It Mrs. Robert Elkin, President of local would." club will give welcome address, Mrs. MRS. W J. WARD. 8parta, Tenn. "I can honestly recommend your rem- William Severance, President of Stan edy to all sufferers from constipation ford Club will respond to welcome ad and stomach troubles. Indigestion drets. Among the well knawn women teems a thing of tho past with me." who will address the delegates are; Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy gives permanent results for stomach. liter and Mra. Moms Ilartlett, newly elected Intestinal allmenta. Eat as much and president of State Federation, Mrs. Mrs, whatever you llko. No more distress Harry liishop, of Louisville, after eating, pressure of gat In tho Hardie Itipy, of Lawrenceburg, Miss around the heart. Get one Amanda Ilodes, of Danville, stomach and Mrs. bottle of your druggist now and try It Alfred Zembrod, of Lexington, on an absolute guarantee If not satisMrs. Theo Curry newly elected chair. factory money will be returned. man of the Fourth District Federation of Woman's Clubs will preside at both MARKSBURY the morning and afternoon sessions, Delegates are asked to meet promptly , Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Illadeaftnb-yat 9:30 o'clock at Graded School build Mr. Iloyd Iton of Letcher, is with his ing. son Mr. Kyle Ison this week. Mist Iona Dunn of Lancatter hat EASY WAY TO MAKE been visiting Mist Elliabeth Doty. and Mrs. Mason I'ollard enter Mr. HAIR ATTRACTIVE. tained a few friends at dinner Sunday. Mr. Jim Gyres and wife of Detroit, Ladies who find trouble in properly Mich, are guests of Mr. John Itoyston or attractively arranging and dressing and family. their hair should try using a little Pari Mr. and Mrs. J. LI. Kemper were the aian Sage twice daily for a while and guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Hamilton note the remarkable Improvement. at Lancaster last Friday. Parisian Sage, which can be obtained Miss Virgie Clark of Danville, return from R. E. McRoberts or any drug ed home Sunday after a few days stay counter, makes the hair soft, lustrous, flulTy and wavy, takes out the dull, with her titter Mrs. John 1'ruitt. Mrs. Kyle Iton and tons, Herman lifeless appearance, ditolves the dan and McCullon, have returned from drutT and stimulates tho hair roots into Instead of Wayne where they have been chetnut healthy normal action. merely sprinkling the hair, It should hunting. be rubbed right into the scalp with the Mr. and Mrs. Hunter Hay who were finger tips. Parisian Sago Is a delightunfortunate as to lose their home by to ful treatment for both hair and scalp, fire are with her sister, Mrs. Jim Tur cannot possibly injure the hair and is1 ner for a few days. very inexpensive. I'attor Hell closed the meeting with his church at 1'leasant Grove Sunday night. Three candidates were received PREACIIERSVILLE for baptism, quite a number by letter, Mrs. G. T. Lunsford Is quite sick. Matter Jack l'nllaru is recovering from a very painful accident which oc Mrs. Wm. Dyehoute it Borne better. curred several days whilo chopping Mr. Meade Gill continues ill of with an ax which slipped and cut his toe. typhoid, Thero never was a more opportune Miss Delia Lawrence visited Mitt time to elect a man who ia so well ver Ruby Parrish. sed in the daily wants of ail the people Mr. Arthur Miller, who has been bo as Owsley Stanley has shown himself sick, is some butter. to bu. Mrs. J. F. Payne sustained a badly When Stanley, Ulack, Jamet and many other great defenders of democ burned hand a few days ago. Mr. Joe Cress Is home from Nicholas-vill- e racy get through handling the poor old where he ft attending school. elephant he will not be a fit subject Mr. F. F. lllankenship and little son, for the boneyard. Now that the thunderous tones of the Fount Jr., visited homefolks Sunday. mountain have arelalmeil their alltctMils Mae Rlgtby,'of Sweeney, visit-enMr. J. II. Itlgsby. ance to the caute of Owsley Stanley her great-uncland democracy, let thj rest of the state Mitt Ha Pettus, of Springfield, visit acquiesce in the same way. ed her Mrs. Rebecca Mr. Dootin, living about 2 miles north Pettus. east of this place mt with a serious Miss Jennie Manueis Is not expected accident when his buggy was run into to live. She hat been very sick of by an auto going at a rapid rate. His typhoid. buggy was practically ruined and, he Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Thompson visited was consiueraoiy injureu uy me ie.ii her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. had to have mdical attention. and Sprinkles. Miss Mary llanKS Anderson, of Stan ford, visited Misses Carrie and Grace d grand-mothe- Mrs. George Coins is quite sick of typhoid fever at the home of her Miss Annie Lee Samuel, of Frank parents, Mr. and Mrs. James Pointer. fort, the first woman game warden in Services closed at the Baptist church Kentucky, said she secured het com- Sunday night. Three additions. Good mission simply to encourage members preaching, singing and the best of order. of her sex to lend a hand in the Con Mr. and Mrs. P. II, Williams and Mr. servation of game and song birds In and Mrs. Oliver Carpenter, of Lancas Kentucky. "The commission," she said, "is ask ter, visited Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Car ing for the organization of clubs all over penter. Mr. Elijah Lovins and family will with It In prothe SUte to tecting game. Hundreds of women own soon move to Ohio. Wm. Sprinkles, of land and thousands nre Interested in Shelby City, will move into house the protection of birds. I think they vacated by Mr. Lovins. could play an Important part in arous Kentucky has never before needed a Ing a local sentiment In favor of the man so well qualified and endowed with observance of the game laws, and they natural gifts as Owsley Stanley is to should join these organization. I know sit in its gubernatorial chair. of a great many women who are In Keep the good work going. Do not terested and have reported Infractions halt until the goal of victory is reached. of the law." No good generals ever stop until they Mils Samuel is a member of one of have obtained a sweeping and everFrankfort's oldest and leading families. lasting victory. He up and doing until and has been connected with the Game the close of the polls on the afternoon and Fith Commitsion since its creation of Nov. 2nd. and organization in 1912. The following Is the Honor Roll of the Prenchersville Consolidated for the l'reierations arc nearing completion past month: Grade 1. Ida Paxton for the entertainment by the Lancas- Jordan. Vernie Parks, Lee Hell ter Womans Club for delegates to the Grade 2. Everett Anderson. Grade convention of the Fourth District 3. Mnmie Jordan, Eliza Cummins, Federation of Womans Club. Delegates Mamie Lawrence, Margaret Dyehoute, from every club in the district which Willie Lunsford, Ha Mae Dyehoute, Includes Ilarbourville, Ilenttyville, Cor James Hell. Grade 4. Ruby Cress bin, Danville, London, Manchester, Mamio Holtzclaw, Eunice Hrown, Elsie Oneida, Hutchms, Lucy Anderson. Mlddlesboro, Vereon, Mt. Grade S. l'erryville, I'ineville, Somerset, Stan- Edna Brown, Katie Miller, Elsie Hrown ford and Williamsburg are not only Katie Lee Mabel Elmore. Grade C. but Urged lobe present. Dinner Lawrence, Iva Thompson, Mamie will be provided for delegates, by the Holtzclaw. Grade 7. Grace Anderson, Womans Club at the Ken- - Tory Anderson. Grade 8. Elsie Hal Lancaster garlan Hotel. Interested club women lard. J. H. Hutchlns. Principal, Miss can also attend the same dinner by Virgie Worrel, Ast, writing Mrs. It. Zimmer to reserve When I sold my old business out several months ago, it didn't mean that I was quitting work or going out of business. Not much. Just about the very day I got out I began to look around and figure around for something else to which I could devote my time and attention. was mighty particular. I didn't want to take hold of just this thing, or that thing, or anything. I wanted something that was. really worth while. Something that I could go into with the same enthusiasm that I had for my old business. Something that I could sell, for I like to sell things, but above all and with all, something that I could sell to you people I know, with the assurance that I I was doing you a favor. HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING After Four Year WIFE of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Husband Up in Deipair. Came to Rescue. , Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, I could only slt'up lor a little while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, I would have severe pains In my left side. The doctor was called In, and his treat' ment relieved me for a while, but I was soon confined to my bed again. After that, nothing seemed to do me any good; I had gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up In despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle ol Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it From the very first dose, I could tell It was helping me. I can now walk two miles without Its tiring me, and am doing my work." II you are all run down from womanly troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardui. the woman's tonic. It has helped more than a million women, in Its SO years ol wonderful success, ana enouia surely help you, too. Vour druggist has sold Cardui lor years. He knows what it will do. Ask him. He will recom mend it. uegin taking uaraul today. IPrit to: OatMnooft MfJldnt AJvliory Dtpt.. Chitunuofi. Ttnn.. ImtTUCtlonl on your cam nj h 1 rcAUMai lor whhd. mqi ia pum After a good many months spent In looking around and investigating and rejecting this thing and that, I found what I wanted. It is a real proposition and a big winner, not only for myself but for hundreds of you people who are friends of mine, throughout this section of the country. Do you wonder what this is? Are you inter- ested in knowing? Next week I will tell you. Watch this space next week. Ga, LUks for Sttcuit took, Hon ppr. vara rCAL-SINO- - Stock and Poultry Remedies. Are better than "stock foods" and "condition powders," because they are medicines and REMthere ia a EDY for every ailment of Hor ses. Cattle, Swine and Poultry Ilor reitor.Hrt. builds up Si tern UAL-SIN- uud knocks out worms Mv, II Hog KexortttTe. for Cboltrs, and lucrcsies weltht. Wo, II., 11.50. Colic Cum. no dronch. s doit tot-I'Mc.Kldoie bottle II. DUtfinptr CouthiudHrtieR.nl-edjr- , line bottla (II oiJWc. Antliejitlne, lor cuts ud iorei, 10c. We. Qljcolln. Healing; Lotlon.ise. Wo (111 Cure, betli'qulrkljr and solid while hor works, 13c. HKBORB1KR for alltnUrsementi S.V Mo. too. Llclment lor Sprttui, Stralni, Muieultr SorcucM, founder, etc, and toe. t'.r-Nol- , th (real dlilnfecunt, SO, U. nidli. POULTRY RKMKDIK8. R. H. Batson Arxrleat for rollkUud Km tml hor. , Cul (IncretMt PE-RU-- NA Located. d remedy for Catarrhal Affections of every description. Sold by alt Drug gists. Write the reruns, Co., of Columbus, Ohio. They; will advise you free. A' sure, aafe, time-trie- For Catarrh Whtrevtr at the Methodist church Sun day next by the new pastor, Rev. J. M. Robinton. Mrs. R. F, Jordsn, of I'ineville, It expected soon to vitit her ton, Mr. Walter Jordan. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. JUnkenihlp and children visited Mr. arm Mrs. T. W. Anderson. Service Poultrr ll.VO lleitorsllr. Inerein fledi iroductlon, iRo, II A) 11.00 flue. Itemed)-0I I'owdtr, 100 o and Met PUrrhet Ketmdjr.Mc. Irv It, lOesnd iV. Hour REMEDY, tbc tioa It on C.C.& J. E.ST0RMES, Druggist LANCASTER, KY. Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday Oct 28 19 5. 1 " 41 I i 4 ! I I I I fi I I I IK Suits, Coats, Dresses That Please The Most Fastidious -- km are to be found at ! I II I I IE flu ft Jb United States Senators Beckham and James are speaking for the ticket. In all it appears that our party is trior oughly united, which should encourage every democrat to work the harder for Democrats have a decisive victory. been working for a half century for an opportunity to show it to be best tor the country to be under a democratic administration. President Wilson and the. democratic Administration have demonstrated this fact, at least to the satisfaction of every democrat. Any sort of a republican victory at this time would be construed as a repudiation of the democratic national administration. Can any member of our party afford at this critical time to lend aid and comfort to the enemy by fail ure to vote or scratching his ticket? Therefore, let every democrat be at his post on election day. See that your democratic neighbor does not forget the election next Tuesday. If demo crats only do their duty our entile courity and State ticket will be elected by a big majority. mm m Huh 1057 DICKER SON. Prices the Lowest. PARAGRAPHS ASSERTS SHE WAS AFRAID OF SHADOW Miss Underbill Says Tanlac ft Styles are Correct. FASHION NOTES. ! I . TheCentral Record INCORPORATED. Issued Weekly. il.00 a yeah. J. R.L Entered . ROBINSON. Editor. ELKIN. Local Editor rand Mgr. t the I'oat Office In Ijincaiter, Mall Matter. ai Reeonit-ClM- i Kj, Member Kentucky Press Association and EiRhth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., October 28, 1915 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offices ...$ 6.00 10.00 "or County Offices For State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, per line .10 '.05 DEMOCRATIC For Governor, For Lieutenant-Governo- r, TICKET. A. O. STANLEY. JAMES D. BLACK, For Secretary of State, BAKKSDALE HAMLETT. For Attorney-GeneraII. For Auditor, l, 11. LOGAN, R. L. GREEN. For State Treasurer. SHERMAN GOODPASTER. For Clerk of Court of Appeals, R. W. KEENON. For Supt. of Public Induction. V. O. GILBERT. For Commissioner of Agriculture, MAT S. COHEN, For Circuit Judges CHARLES A. HARDIN. For Commonwealth's Attorney, EMMET PURYEAR. For Circuit Clerk, W. B. MASON. For Sheriff, G. T. BALLARD. Jr. For Representative, H. CLAY KAUFFMAN. We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Higgins a candidate for County School Superintendent of Garrard Ma and Pa Willis are going to make County, subject to the action of the a winter as well as a summer resort Democratic primary Auguit 1917. out of Crab Orchard Springs. Besides putting in steam heat they are install We are authorized to announce Joe ing a bath house where medical baths S. Ilaselden, of this city. Republican of all kinds with an attendant will be candidate, for Representative at Nov- given. Thev are building u water ember election 1915. tower, the tank to hold 10,000 gallons, an entire new system of water will be We are authorized to announco Joe installed, with hot and cold water in A. Burnside, candidate on Republican rooms. The improvements will ticket, for Circuit Court Clerk, at the cost about six thousand dollars. November election 1915. Do you lean toward Renaissance, Fron McDermott's Contention Speech. Louis XIV.. Louis XVI., Revolutionary, you Consular, Would Restoration? All concede that the gentleman you prefer to pose as Watteau. shepherdess have nominated is a man of great you a penchant for ability, Cossack? or Have that all the walks of life in crinoline or for Turkish trousers? which he has been thrown, he has There's really nothing to prevent rendered splendie services.' your indulging any such whim this fall, In congress, he attracted attention. so long as you remember to keep your In his race for United States Senrtor shoulders slim and yonr skirt hems he displayed great power as a popular ample. Prodigality in bodice material orator, and also gather around him a and scantiness in shirt material are the circle of ardent and enthusiastic friends two ''thou sbalt nots" of the seasonVs who made this race easy for him, a modes. Aside from these restrictions circle of friends that any man would be one may go as far as she pleases in al proud to have. most any direction and will probably He is well fitted, indeed, to tead in find herself in line with ideas pro this campaign in the coming Fall, and mulgated ty some one of the French I have no doubt of his election. I wish fashion makers. to say on behalf of the democratic organization of Louisville that we will give him our cordial support. KENTUCKY APPLES. Why, the democraeic signs are out Kentucky this year ranks seventh in ank like the evening stars that shine the list of apple-growin- g Ac in Heaven, the star of this nation is States. cording to the Government report as attracting the gaze of all mankind. of October 1 the crop amounts to apWo have the right in law and facts Extracts from Senator Beckham's proximately 3,760.000 barrets, and on civil and religious liberty and speech at Falmouth, October 18th; that date had an average farm value of long as we strnd upon those rocks "Let's elect the Democratic ticket that $1.50 a barrel, or a total value of $5, ss was nominated and Keep Kentucky ir C40.000. Kentucky apples are just as this government shall prevail. control of the Democratic party. good as' if not better than, are to be "Will the Republicans fool the peo- found anywhere else. In fact, they are PARAGRAPHS pie again? Why try the same Doctor propably superior in flavor, due to the when he has killed thtee patients? longer growing season,' which permits From McCbesney. "I am a Democrat and in the Demo of the deposit in the fruit of a larger May I recall something that happencratic party the majority rules, there percentage of sugar. Compare the flafore I am for the whole ticket." vor of home-grow- n Wine Saps, Grimes' ed about the Oth of August in Anderson "It is our duty to send to Woodrow Golden, Jonathans and a half dozen county. I was making a speech and I indulged In the statement Wilson a message of encouragement. other varieties with those from other smiling. Let us encourage him by a big Demo States and note the superiority of our that the smile would not 'come otT, and cratic majority in Kentucky on Ncvem product, and you will wonder why we some one way back in the audience ber 2nd." pay higher prices for better looking, yelled; "We will take it off tomorrow". Extracts from Mr. McChesney's though generally insipid, fruit brought But he didn't know how good a democrat I am. speech at Lawrenceburg, October 18th: from the West and North. This is the first time I ever saw a "I have come to Lawrenceburg today platform offered that there was not a to urge, all Democrats of this county td RAIL ROAD CO, WINS fight on. It is the first time I ever saw follow their usual custom and vote the three reports, one after another, adoptstraight Democratic ticket at the Paint Lick Flood Case. ed without a dissenting voice. coming election." It ought to make every democrat In "I entered the primary in good faith Last week the Court of Appeals re- Kentucky happy and I am sure It does. and I accept the result as a good Dem ocrat ought, and ahall give tho whole versed the case of George Conn against What does all this enthnsiasm mean? the L. & N. U R Co. In the GarrarJ It means victory in November. ticket my loyal support." We have differed. Some of us "Majority rule is the cardinal princi Circuit Court a jury found in favor of I one wav and conscientiously. ple of Democracy and for this cam the plaintiff, Conn, in the sum of 2000. paign the majority has spoken and The Appellate Court held that a per am sure there is not a democrat that every Democrat should vote the straight emptory Instruction in favor of the doubts but that I followed the dictates defendant Rail Road Company should of my conscience in the position I took, ticket." have been given to the jury. This suit but above all questions of personal grew out of the high water in Paint opinions is the great democratic docLick creek last year which flooded and trine that the majority has the right to GREAT IMPROVEMENT damaged the business section of Paint fule. The msjority has spoken and I Lick. The Cou&t of Appeals decided cheerf'illv submit to the will of the At Crab Orchard Springs. Has Reliefer! Her ol Nervousness. 1 ': 1 FOR RENT 1 Louisville, Ky., Oct. 27. "I was so 1 actually was afraid of mv shadow," Miss Christin Underbill, assistant manager of the sod, tountain at the Herman Straus Company's store, this citv. told friends recently when relating her experience with Tanlac, the premier preparation. "I had all sorts of hallucinations and worried about all kinds of trifles," Miss Underhill continued. "I know that I was suffering from excessive nervousness and was in a terribly runI tried many medidown condition. cines without being benefited. I finally decided to try Tanlac. "To say that I was benefited would. 1. .! uv expressing myaeuI. in too nmuI .. manner. I was astonished at the result. After taking only n few doses I noticed a marked improvement. My entire nervous system seemed to have undergone a wonderful change. My sleep became restful and refreshing and my appetite reappeared. "Really", she laughingly added, "I ate so ravenously that I was afraid my board bill would be raised." Tanlac, the premier preparation, is sold in Lancaster by R. E. McRoberts, and in Bryantsville bv Becker, Ballard iii and Scott. nervous I Tobacco, hemp, corn, meadow, wheat and grazing & land. The best stock wa- :; ter. Two tobacco barns,one 1 stock ba'rn and good resi- 1 dence. Cash rent. ' 16. 3a acre farm for rent for ".ft A.H.Bastin&Son y y 1 vSH PRESBYTERY RESOLUTIONS. I WINDOW GLASS I and The Committee on Resolutions submits the following report. Resolved First. That we deeply regret that more of the members of Presbtery are not present at this very helpful Ci meeting. Second. That we mostheartily thank tho good people of Lancaster who have so freely opened their doors to us and made us feei indeed that it is good to ID be here. Third. That we thank Dr.'s McLead and McDowell for their splendidly pre pared and ably delivered addresses in memorial of John Huss. Fourth. That a copy of these resolutions be printed in The Central Record, and they be spread on the minutes of the Presbytery. Respectfully submitted, I I I I iff I I PUTTY. Roof and House Paint. 1 1 I Stormes Drug1 Store Ik In and Out Floor Paint. 1 I Ci & that it was an unprecedented rain fall majority. i direct cause of the Injury. DON'T and the Company's bridge was not the ,. ,. : W! Clemen Airmen. GO TO SLEEP. LIQUOR MEN Go Into Better And KING GEORGE APPEALS FOR RECRUITS. King George has Issued an appeal to his subjects to come forward voluntarily and aid Great Britain in her fight against the Germanic allies. "More men, and yet more," the monarch says, "are wanted to Keep my armies in the field and through them to secure victory and an enduring peace." The message of tho King follows: "To my people: At this grave mo ment in the struggle between my peo pie and u highly organized enemy, who has transgressed the laws of nations and changed tho ordinance that binds civilized Europe together, I appeal to you. Next Tuesday will be the regular November election. Reports from all parts of the State indicate the election of the entire democratic ticket by a satisfactory majority. However, democrats must not forget that success can not be attained unless they come to the polls and vote the straight ticket. From the large vote cast in the last democratic primary we judge that most every democrat in Kentucky participated in that election, which gave the commission of nomination to our candidates. Every democrat who voted lu that primary is honor bound to support the nominee of the party. He can not afford to stay away from tho election or scratch his ticket if he comes and votes, because bis vote in the primary was an emplid promise to support the successful candidate. No good reaton can be given by any democrat for not carrying out that promise by voting tha straight ticket next Tuesday, Our Mr. nominees are all working hard. Stanley is greeted by enormous crowds at every speaking appointment. Ills unsuccessful opponents in the primary, Mr. McCbesney and Gcvernor McDer-mot- t, are both upon the stump appealing to their friends and late supporters to be true democrats and do their parti Both' for the success of the ticket. JAKE ROBINSON Sells Interest In Columbus Stables. Mr. Jim Phillips, of Lebanon, who is well known among the mule buyers of the state, has bought out the interests of Messrs J. Y. Robinson and W. II Shanks, in their large mule stables located at Columbus Ga. Mr. Phillips was previously a third owner of these stable's and while here this week an nounced that he would conduct the bus It is not iness ulone in the future. known at this time just what Mr. Robinson will do, although he has other interests in the South that will probably keep him there the remainder of the winter. Mr. Phillips was on our streets lust Monday and bought quite a number of mules for his Southern trade, buying one pair of Mr. Green Bowling that are said by good judges, tu be the best that ever left this county. While the price was private, It is said to have been a fancy one. It Always Does the Work. "1 like Chamberlain's Cough Remedy better than any other," writes It. E. Roberts, Homer City, Pa. 'I have taken It off and on for years and it has never failed to give the desired results." For sale by all dealers. "I rejoice in my empire's effort, and feel pride In the voluntary response from my subjects all over the world, who have sacrificed home and fortuny and life itself in order that another may not Inherit the free empire which their ancestors and mine have built. I ask you to make good these sacrifices. "The end Is not in sight. More men and yet more, are wanted to keep my armies In the Held, and through them to secure victory and an enduring peace. In ancient days the darkest moment has ever produced In men of our race the sternest resolve. I ask you, men of all clasies, to came forward volun tarily and take your share In these lights. "In freely responding to my appeal you will be giving your support to our brothers who for long months have nobly upheld Great Britain's past tra ditions and the glory of her arms." I Election day Is but a short time away. In a few brief hours the die will have been cast. Kentucky will know whether, during the next four voars, they will be under the management of the Democrats or the Republicans. The Issues have all been discussed. Every Kentuckian knows, or ought to know, who the contending candidates are and what they stand for. Tiie The time time for action is at hand. for thought is past. It Is the duty of every Demrcrat in Kentucky, every man who loves freedom and the rule of the people, not only to go to the polls himself but to see that his neighbor goes and casts h vote for Stanley and the rest of the ticket. If, Mr. Democratic voter, there is a man living beside you who, for one reason or another, figures that his vote will not be needed, go after that man. Make him go with you to the polls. The Republicans are working tooth and nails. They are spending money like water In an effort to keep down the Democratic majority. A small Demo cratic majority will please the Republicans almost as much as would the election of their ticket, for If the majority for the Democrats is slight. the Republicans, though detested, will still be able to say that the country is turning towarc .publicanism and thst a Republican President will be elected next year. Should the race be close every Demo- crat in the state ought to hang his head Let's In shame. We have the votes. cast them. Let no Democrat be com polled to say to himself on the morning of November 3rd, "I wish I had gone to the polls." Bigger Business. In States where prohibition goes into effect Jan. 1, 191C, liquor dealers are getting ready to engage in other lines of business. The owners of the largest brewery In the State of Colorado are building a pottery plant from which they expect to make more money than they ever did from the Lrewery. They are also experimenting with malted milk manufacture. Ncef Bros, of Den. ver, will make "malt brew", a new temperance drink, guaranteed to con-- 1 tain no alcohol. Tho largo brewery ut Bt'llinghom, Wash., will be transform. ed Into a cold storage and creamery plant. The secretary of tho beer I drivers' local union in Spokane goes Into the hotel business, and the secre- -' tary of the local bottlers' union has bought a confectionery. The Idaho Falls Brewing Company will convert its buildings into a cold storage and ico manufacturing plant, and at Nampa the same crew of laborers are now in making food Instead of beer. These are a few of the many Instances of advantages prohibition will bring to the liquor man. themselves. In changing their business the manufacturers and sellers of liquor will find abundant "compensation", financially and social. j Our Big Sale is still on in Full Blast. Come v. and get 5V , Bargains While They Last All persons knowing them v ly.-- Ex. W. C. T. U. selves indebted to us either by account or note will please call and settle, as we are closing up our business. Thanking you for past favors. never really enjoyed wo aaviseu them to Many People In This Town a meal until ue a before and after each meal. by us Wo a box. R. E. McRobtrta Sold only Becker, Ballard & Scott. PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. t The Central Record, Thursaay Oct 2S, I 19 1 5 Page 5 I i When We Say If to DRESS You BETTER that we are showing, by far,thcbest values and the finest assortment' of Ladies Wearing Apparel ever shown In Lancaster, we know we are not exonerating in the least. An Inspection of our beautiful Fall and Winter Suits, Cloaks, Skirts, Dresses and Waists will prove a pleasure to you and will be appreciated, by us. want than you ever did before, without spending as much money as formerly, see the remarkable values we are fering in all departments. of- m THE JOSEPH Quick Meal Mailable Range Gossip About People vvv MERCANTILE COMPANY. t Exclusive Lndies Outfitters. Miss Catherine Uourne is the guest Rev. McNieley, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey COLDIRON-TATD- H. of Danville friends. M. Estes and son, Obie Ellis and Misses 1 YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN". J Mr. Clell Tatum and Miss Mittio Mid Rosi of Paint Lick is visit- Sadie, Willis and Ilertlia Hamilton of Mrs. Georgetown motored over and were Coldiron drove to town and ing Mrs. Sallie Ross Lawson. were quietly J visitors of Mr. and Mrs. S. II. Estes Mrs. J. W. Reynolds is in Stanford and family Saturday and Sunday of married at the residence of Rev. F. M. Wanted "alP kinds nf junk, Iron, Tinder. Miss Mittie is the daughter of for a viiit to her sister. Mrs. T. A. last week. Bones, Rags, Rubber and all old Brass. WJIIiam Coldieon and young Mr. Tatum I A Brief Mention of the Comings and Hrent. Zink and Copper. I r.;n I TtiAi him A,. fr4 In The out of town friends and relatives is the boh of Jno. W. Tatum. 11. B. Northcott. Miss Eunice Prather spent Sunday in We wish them "bon voyage". attended the funeral of Mr. II. C. Madison with her sister, Mrs. Oscat Arnold were. Air. and Mrs. II C. For Sale Or Rent. Hendren. Roberts, Mr. Wilson, and Mr. John House and lot on Lexington Street. MIs Sua Shelby Mason wbs in Rich PLEASANTS-GAINE- S. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hampton, of Guthrich of Chicksha, Okla., Mr. and mond for a days visit. Mrs. Susan Fisher. Winchester, motored to this city on Mrs. M. E. Wilson, of Lula, Miss., Mr. Miss Ollie Pleasants and Mr. William Miss Mabel Mason in in Richmond lost Sunday. and Mrs. Joe Arnold, of Richmond, R. Galne Coal, Coal drove down from Crab for a visit to her parents. Lay in your coal while it is cheap. Mr. J. Roe Young of Masv1lle is Miss Mattie Norris, of Frankfort and Orchard Tuesday afternoon, and at the Miss Lilly Noel oi Danville is up here for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mr. Elija Logan and family of Danville. home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Banghman We tell Red Ash Jellico and Red Comvisiting old Lancaster friends. G. Anderson. The following were here for the fun- on Danville avenue, were pjonounced et Block, Straight Creek and Ideal Jellico round. Specif price this month. Mr. and Mrs. Forest Stapp were Miss Iona Dunn has returned from a eral of the late Mr. W. A. Arnold; Mr. husband nnd wife by Dr. D. M. Walker, who had come up from Yosemite, where tf. H. B. Northcott. visitors in Lexington last week. pleasant visit to Miss Elizabeth Doty and Mrs. Jesso Arnold of Frankfort, Mrs. Dexter Dallou and daughter Miss he is holding a meeting, to tie the knot. Mrs. Uusscll Drown is at home from at Markrbury. Wanted. ( Marjorie, Stanford, Mesdames Margar- Mr. B. W. Gaines, a brother, and Mrs. a visit to Dr. and Mrs. Eugene Brcwn. Tlit: Chautauqua Circle met Tuesday et Folger, James Arnold and Hugh II. M. Ballou, sister of the groom, were 1000 bushels hickory nuts, 1000 Miss Anne Martin and Hilly Martin afternoon at the home of Mines) Martha Hemphill of Nicholasville, Mr. II. II. present at the marriage, as was Mr. J bushels chestnuts, 1000 bushels walof Danville arc guests of Miss Faye and Helen Gill. Hall. Winchester, Miss Allie Arnold, L. Ueazley, a closa friend of his. The nuts, 1000 bushels hemp seed and ten Acton. Bailev & Moss. Mrs. Fred Neighbors of Lonisville Pittsburg Pa. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. bride is a daughter of Joseph T. cars of hay. Mrs. M. F. Klkln of Lexington Is has been visiting her parents, Mr. and Acey, Stanford, and Mr. John Goodloe Pleasants, of Crab Orchard, and is an exceptionally fine young woman. Lost. of Springfield. ,5 here visititing her aunt Mrs. Susan Mrs. J. II. Uourne. one is very handsome and Is univerSalter. Between Point Leavell and LancasMr. and Mrs. II. II. Hall of Winsally popular. The groom I: one of ter, ladies blue cloth rain coat. SuitMesdames Emma Estes ana It. J. chester were in Lancaster Sunday the the county's best and most substantial CARD OF THANKS able reward if return to Citizens Lewis left this week for iho Elixor guests of relatives. farmers, and a fine fellow in every National Bank or Sanders & Hill Store. Springs. We desire to thank our many friends way. Alter tne marriage ceremony Miss De'.leren Carpenter left Wed W. F. Champ. Mrs. Annie Itamey of Eminence is nesday for a visit of several days to and neighbors who wpre so kind to us was performed, they returned to Crab in the sad bereavements of our dear Orchard ond aro happily domiciled at the guest of her daughter Mrs. Ed her parents at Irviie. 1- -2 51-- 2 per per ct.' Mrs. W. H. Ward. brother. the groom's home on the Mt. Vernon Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Ueatty, of road. Their many friends here extend Years Messrs. Price McGrath and Green Richmond, are visiting their son, Mr. ; hearty congratulations und best wishes Clay Walker were recent visitors in Cecil Reatty, near Marcellus. Loans made on real estate. SUNDAY IS DESIGNATED If you for a long and useful married life. Richmond. need cheaper money on long time, see Mr. I. C. Ogg and daughter Miss Interior Journal. As "No Illiteracy Sunday." me about it. Mrs. W. 0. Goudloe has returned Kathleen Ogg of Ilorea were recent G. B. Swinebroad, from a two months stay in Henderson- - guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Dunn. Next Sunday ministers of all denom Lancaster. Ky. C. ville N. nations are asked to preach on the evil DOUBLE WEDDING. Mrs. P. H. Larmer and attractive and blight of illiteracy, and to imnress Tpbacco Stalks. 11. C. Hamilton and 0. D. Mesdames daughter of Pennington Gap Va., are Quite a great deal of surprise was .Powell motored to Lexington last guests of Mrs. Milton Ward and family on the educated the responsibility of Wanted to buy tobacco stalks. Write helping the Illiterate to escape from it. expressed when it wus steamed there Wednesday. had been a double wedding at the home G. F. Vaugnn Tobacco., Lexington, Ky., Miss Elsie Zimmer, Mesdames II, T. Mrs. Cleveland Roue left Saturday of Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Arnold on Mon- stating number of acres and nearest Logan and George Miller Lusk and . 10-I f r r m ut.t ... M.i.,1. In I l t.3t. THE BAPTIST CHURCH. day morning at 10 o'clock, when Miss shipping point. Miss Gladys Frisbie motored to Danville Nlcholasville. Add'e Arnold and Mr. Clyde Withers Tuesday. 9;30 A. M. Bible School. For Rent. and Miss Carrie Arnold and Mr. James Mrs. Joanna Hall is in Stanford visit 11:00 A. M. Preaching serice. Sub. Revs. Pollitt and Pike, Mr. and Mrs. Warford were married. I desire to rent the old brick residence.ing her daughter Mrs. Hohon Campbell Wm. Dickerson and Prof. Reid motored ject; "Jephthah's Vow". If those who This was a very quite home wedding now occupied by W. C. Davis, for the and husband. expect to attend the morning service limited to to Danville Tuesday for the Ham-Raimmediate families of the year 1916. will read the 11th chapter of the book Herbert Lancaster of Louisville came sey meeting. contracting parties. Rev. II. C. Bell tf Fisher Herring. of Judges, will understand and appreSaturday for a visit to .Mr. and Mrs. of the Pleasant Grove church united Mr. and Airs. J. E. Dickerson and ciate the morning sermon. J. W. Sweeney. the happy couples in a very impressive For Sals. daughter Miss Pearl and Miss Gladys 7;00, Preaching again. The evening Mrs. Charles Speigel, of Shelbvville, trisbie motored to Danville and Perry-vill- e subject will be "Modern America and manner. One double Gaor-Sco- tt Sawmill with Miss Addie was attired in a blue tail Ind., was the guest last week of Mr. on Sunday. I 30 and 5G inch inserted tooth saw. TbV her Problems." This is what we call a 'and Mrs. E. C. Gaines. and Miss Carrie in a brown tailored suit Dr. Louis McMuriray of Louisville very important topic. You should come saws are new. One 18 H. P. Geiser ored suit, as theyjeft immediately after Mrs. Dexter Ilallou and daughter ond friend W, C. Price of Danville and see whether you can agree with sawmill engine on wheels, in A 1 shape the ceremony for short bridal trips. Marjorv were over for the funeral of were guests on Sunday of Mrs. D. M, the speaker. carrying 123 lb pressure. Will sell on Misses Carrie and Addie Ar..old are Lackey and daughter. the late Mr. W. A. Arnold. terms to suit customer. The problems of the cities and the to well known Tn the community In imLeslie T. Bradshaw. Miss Emma Tadlock und Miss Nannie D. Herring and cousin. press, the problems of wealth and Master which they live to need any mention of Willis I'ollard, of Danville, are visiting Miss Margaret Sampson of Harrods- - migration, the problem of illiteracy their good and gracious qualities by us. Wanted. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Hatcher. burg, will be the attractive guests of and other important subjects will They are both church workers and have be discussed. If you are an American always aided the cause of every good To contract now for blue crass for Mr. Sweeney Morgan and son, J. C. relatives in Hustonvillo. citizen, you should 'be Intel en ted in pasture next season. Can use anv nsrt work. Morgan, left Tuesday for a visit to Messrs Elmer and Hugh Miller were this discussion. The grooms are also well known as of 100 acres. Any one with blue grass friends and relatives in I'alamaro, III. called to Louisville, Sunday, by the I beg to sy by way of closing, that industrious capable young men and are should correspond with or telephone Mr. and Mrs, Stevo Walker o( death of their cousin, who was killed you will always lir.d a most royal' We- worthy of the prizes they have won. mo (327) stating acrHaire and nrice Der lcome at the Baptist church. Huatonville were over Sunday after- in an automobile accident. We are glad to state both couples acre for entire next season A J. Clere, Pastor. noon for a visit to friends and relatives. Reverend Pike who has been con will locate on farms and their comJohn W. Miller. Mgr. munities will not lose them. Congratulations ure being showered ducting a successful revival at the upon Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Turner over Methodist Church left Wednesday for FARM LAND-- 20 YEARS TO VOTE FOR TOM BALLARD. the arrival of a tine boy in their home. his home in Falmouth, Ky. Mr. George Face, of Norfolk. Va., is PROCRACTED MEETING For Sheriff Miss Leliu Ileatty, ono of Joseph's PAY. popular clerks, has resumed her duties expected the latter part of the week To the voters of Garrard County It school-mat- e Fertile farms in Western Canada AT BRYANTSVILLE. after a visit to relatives in Richmond. for a visit to his friend and Is generally known tli.it the l.iti-Cu- rt Mr. Fred P. Frisbie and wife. Railway olTered by the CunadiunlV-illA. Robinson was elected sheriff The Misses Grant were guests for The Rev, Put Davis begun a Gowen Ilourno a student at the Harris 'Company. Productive soil, good cll- of Garrard county by ono if the largest several days of Mesdames George Dustiness College meeting in Uryantsville at the in Danville, was at mate, ready markets, fine churches and majorities ever given any man. und Ilruwn and Fidher Herring at I'reachers-vill- e. homo Saturday and Sunday with his .schools, unexcelled trannrtation, all Methodist church lint Wednesday night, thatGeorgoT. Ballard Jr.. was his convenience!) and opportunities of best It will continue about two weeks. parents, Mr. and Mrs. J . llourne. chief deputy, George T. Ballard Sr.. ?V fanning districts anywhere. Prices Much interest is manifested and the his father, belnga partner Miss Allie Arnold relumed Saturday Mrs. J. C. Robinson is at home after with Mr. $11 to $30 an acre; irrigated land from community wilt reap untold benefits to Wilkenshurg, Penn., to resume her Robinson In the emoluments or fees of u visit of some length to her sisters, $35. Loan of $2,000 to assist practical from such a meeting. duties as teacher in the D. &. D. Mesdames Wm. Jones ot Winchester the ofiice. If Mr. Ballard is elected In Irrigated districts. Twenty Institute. for the two years, yet remaining of the und Charles Richardson of Lexington. farmers years to pay or sooner at your option. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hilton, pf StanAUTO PARADE term, he is pledged, and Justly so. to Judge L. L. Walker who Is out In the Long before your final payment is due HAM-RAMSD- Y give the widow of Mr. Robinson half ford, have been recent guests of their interest of his race for your farm will have paid for itself. y sons-in-laMessrs. R. II. Ilatson und Governor was the guest of Littnunt The Auto I'Arsde ar- the profits ox fees of the ofiice, which-Dr. Wm. Also some improved farms with houses, Wednesday at 1:45 as certainly belong to her as any proF. G. Hurt. Uurnett and wife while In Shelby ville. I barns, wells, fencing etc, on the same rived in Lancaster as advertised. A large procession of perty he loft her. The truth Is, an of-fl- ee Misses l'atsy Anderson and Mattio favorable terms. Interest in all cases Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Wilson, of Lula, is a moat sacred property right, beautos and workers were with the McGrath Adams, students at Normid G Miss., weie called to Lancaster last only per cent. This olfer Is based on parade. Stiring talks were made to ing bestowed by the people, the high-e- st I good School, Richmond, spent a few days land; we offer these terms because week by the death of Mrs. Wilson's authority, and l.t would bo the grosaudiance and quite h good side-wal- k t with relatives here. brother, Mr. Uruce Arnold who was kil- we know a farmer on our lands can "be then thev wended their way to Stan- sest injustice to deprive the holder of A little stranger arrived at the home led when train wrecked in Oklahoma. ' successful"; he can live well and save ford. The purpose of these tours is such property of their rights. It I enough to pay for his farm. Western of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hay, of lluckey Friends will regret to learn that Mr. Canada lands are naturally suited to to stir up religious interest in the big not believed that the voters of Garrard county will overlook the nrinclnl.a r Miss has been Dick Oct. 8th. The little lleazley Is ill at St. Josephs growing grains, fodders, vegetables, revival now being held In Danville justice and equity In this race. If the J named, Jane I'rice. Hospital in Lexington, they will also dairying and raising horses, cattle, olllce belonged to Robinson and Bajlard Miss Jennio Cox who is attending the regret to hear Mrs. Lula Andersnn hogs, swine, poultry. Cash in oil the before Mr. Robinson's death, the Yes Many Peoplo jjg Normal school at Richmond spent the Uowman is ill at her home in Mascn high grain prices. Don't delay; the of the term belongs to Ballard liavo told us the same story uutreti week end with her parents Air. and Co. best land will be taken first. Write and Mr. Robinson's widow. titer eating, gases, heartburn. A Mrs. Jasper Cox, today for free handbook and full inDr. William Uurnett, Mrs. Uurnett If the voters will calmly consider Mr, L. C, FosUr, of New Orleans, and Cassie Mae, of Sholby ville, have formation to Mr. R. B. Thompson, this, as a matter of right and justice, has been the guest of his cousin Dr. been visiting at the home of Mrs. District Representative, Canadian Pacthey will not recall or revoke what they before and after each meal will rclier William I'ryor. Mr. Foster is the Burnett's, father, Mr, Thorn ps Arnold. ific Railway, Department of Natural V have done, and Tom Ballard will b you. Sold only by us 25c Resources, 1J2 W. Adams St., Chicago traveling representative for the famous They will motor back to Shelbyville elected by .an overwhelming majority. t. Illinois. R. E. McRebsrts i Adv. "Jacobs" candles. Fair Ply, At $50.00 Dollars Triple Walls, Steel, Asbestos and Steel Inside Lining, Enameled Steel to Prevent Rusting. J: E. Mount, Son & Co. - f. Ti fl Buy a 1916 STUDEBARER 4 Cylcndar $885.00 TOURING CAR 6 Cylendar $1050.00 7; tf We Stanford Motor Car Co. J. W. ACEY, Manager. EE1 5 5 5 ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at 01 v :v for a nice Lunch, also Everything In Soft Drinks ESQ lV " E fx V Diaw A Check for the inoiitiy you ove mid note how much more respectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do businuss with a niiin who has an account at & the lletter Thev Garrard Bank Trust Co. They know he is doing business In a business like way. open such an account even if your affairs aro not large. will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company lite "4 S PECIA have on display Something decidedly new In Q Heve just returned from the market and will 2 ?! ? T. ljj SATURDAY, OCT. 30, & NOV. 1st 3 Suits and Dress Hats, Rella Arnold Francis. Page 6 The Central Record, Thursday Oct 28 19 5. 1 " "" $C..- ' .ii.. ., -i I, - I Getting the Dollar From Under the Stump! How Up (o Date Farmers Are Easily and Economically Realizing on Land Hitherto Impossible of Cultivation. i Deepening, the Farm For Bigger Crops The Third Dimension of the Farm an Important Factor to Greater Dr. J. S. GILBERT. Crops and Bigger Dividends. I of Innd tho stump out of the ground. To seAnOCT In farms throughout cure best results the charge should lie the United State! re unlm. placed In the soil well under the base figuring that each of the stump nt the point where the lirovcd. resistance offered to tho force of the acre could lie made to iroiliice at least explosion will be equal on all sides. ?23 worth of produce per year, there Where tho soli Is of a heavy clay or pro plastic is approximately JID.OOatW.Ono nature a slow acting powder Is being lost annually. Quito a preferable, such as farm powder or duction Into stumping powder. Where tho earth is tidy figure. And when we take consideration that In many cases It re- sandy or loose and Is opt to permit quires only the removnl of sundry tho easy escapo of gases a fast explotumps and boulders to make this land sive, such as. 40 to 00 per cent, dynaprofitable. It certainly looks as though mite should be used. The condition of something might be done to rare the the soli with respect to moisture also waste. -- Stumping with dynamite" la has a jrreat tnfluenco upon the amount both an economical, quick and labor of work that a certain quantity of powsaving method as well as one that Is der will do. After heavy rains when the soil is saturated to tho base of tho craning In popularity daily. The method Involved In the blasting stump and the subsoil Is just damp Is of a stump Is to confine a quantity of a most favorable condition. No set rules as to the amount of explosive In such a manner that when exploded :lie expanding gases will lift powder necessary to blast a certain 4nn.Wl.r00 acres must penetrate a great depth for water and the other Is grown on soli where there Is always water near the surface, will demand different treatment for extraction. The older stumps, especially If from timber free from rosin, require less powder. The exact amount necessary for set conditions can, however, be readily determined with a little experimenting. Few tools and supplies are required. f A one and Inch wood auger with a shank about four and feet long, a medium sized crowbar, a round pointed shovel and a wooden tamping stick, together with the powder, fuse and caps, will serve to Oil the bill. one-halone-ha- lf kind Dr size of stump can bo given, since different conditions govern nil cases. Two stumps of the same slxe, kind and ago of cut, when ono Is grown on well drained soli where the routs 71812 farmers are beginning to realize that a farm goes fnrthcr than length and breadth. Depth Is a vital factor, dnd Incidentally this third 1I mcnslon has a clearly IdcntllhM Influ enco upon the producing value of the earth's surface. Thus "vertical farming," n newer method of agriculture. Is rapidly developing. Merely to scrape the brittle from a bog's hide Is nut enough. Deeper cutting U essential In order to reach the bacon. And experience has shown that to simply plow or turn the top soil Is very often only the scratching of tho surface when tt comes to bumper crops. Often the productivity of a farm Is limited by the tight clay or hard pan underlying the top solL Costly Implements for tilling this upper soil and W ing accomplishes quickly nnd economically, and 1 cry often a single car trldse of ox plosive will convert several ynrds of uthcnvlso useless subsoil Into half an into of new root feeding surface. Thus. Instead of spreading out and embracing more territory, vertical farming enables the farmer to really concentrate and by Intensive methods conserves In both labor and expense. At the same time the resulting Increase In crops emphasizes tho profitable features of the process. And there is a' practical reason for this. Ily breaking up the subsoil oxygen Is admitted Into tho ground, and subsoil Is dry. tho pent up natural fertilizing elements Few tool are required for the work. taking enre of Increased horizontal or surface acreage arc all right In their wiijr. but to go dcecr Into tho farm, tu Increase Its fertility and productiveness by Ir.rrcnslng Its depth. Is a matter that the practice of vertical farm- of the lower soils are released and utilized. A reservoir for the storage of J CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING, water Is created, ami a good homo for OITlr Phone 10 Ktsldenc- - 1'hone 41 tho roots Is produced. flood roots Mrn LANCASTER. aro essential to good plants. KV. who look Mow tho surface realize these farts. They know also tbat plant produces only In proportion to. the extent of sir, water ind nourish ment given ltd roots. Thus Is the new er method of vertical farming both logical and profitable. This method of farming vertically Is In Itself easy, simple and labor saving. if. V,'. Mortow, Graduate Optician A half cartridge charge of farm powoltiwi Fined, s.tiifaeilon Unsitnmd der placed well down Into tke tight subsoil at Intervals of about a rod, tamped properly and fired carefully wilt do the work quickly and econom Icnlly. Subsoil blasting, however, can be done successfully only when the OFFICE Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. Straightening Streams With Dynamite The ancient Kgyptlnns were noted for their crops because, oh history states, they "sowed their seeds In the Nile." This docs not mean that they actually cast the seed in the river. At certain seasons of the year the Nile overflows Its banks depositing on cither shore n rich silt or cartu tint Is highly conducive to bumper trops. und the wiso ancient Egyptians, realizing this, profited thereby. Water is a The tiniest brooks up to the largest rhcrs play nn Important part In the of things Inasmuch ns tlicy nrv nn lure's way of Explosives In Road Building H. Paint 1 Ono of the newer methods of mad building that Is fast winning tbo In dorseiuent of the I otter vctcd contrac tor Is that of employing djnamtle for Liok. Kontuoky. reducing the lieaiy work. through hard ground or rock, J railing 1). V. for Instance. Is tcdluus and requires Ji. tiino and labor Tin' use of dynamite for blasting such material is n welcome relict lloth rock mid hard clay may be loosened In the cut by well placed cbargtn of cxpbwltcs If holes are drill Grmltinie Cincinnati Veterinary til Into the ground u little way up the College. lank and loaded. Careful sparing and Office at W. II. Burtcn Sale Stable. loading for electrically flrnl blasts will result In bringing down both classes of Night I'lione 211. materials In the Wm manner J. PATRICK, Dentist. Casey, John I. Veterinary Surgeon; tlt.le J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR . s i Ik their How. .Vuiiioioun iruguumtlo cause them tu meander ulout In i pareutly wnstefui wnys. und iiiuti) carelessness has milled to these tmo blc by allowing driftwood mid loose Much has been written on how to earth to form dams nnd saudburtt. plant a tree or trees, but if the experiAll of these things help to hold the ences of scores famous orcbardlsts flood of waters buck mid cause cither ' h.r. ..... .l..t.. of .1.. l ". " Boodlug or swamps, wind, not only oc-- ! - Olllce Over National Hank. HesiJcncr i'lione 3, Office I'lione LANCASTKIl. KV. 27 For All Kinds of Blasting Ground For Tree Planting "l .. BurrowersBeware! Gophers and prairie dogs are the bane of western farmers, while in the east woodebucks are the of bur rowing animals that mue the tiller In loosening shale und ruk to facilisoli to forget some of the things tate hand or steum shot el work dyna of the mlto Is also very effective, while stump tho dominie tells them ou tiundaya. may bo blasted from the rundl-eJutt Don itulz. n California is though they were tlng removed rancher, says "dynamite Is the prot-from a tick! to le cleared nnd cultivated. medicine to gltc ground squirrels, goItouklcrs also are easily shattered by phers, prairie dogs, etc" Take an Inch nnd n In If or two suitable loading and when of hard rock Inches of dynamite. Put It lu n bit of may be crushed Into surfacing stone. cloth or several thicknesses of paper The side ditches as well as the long to form n small round cartridge. Tie outfall ditches can also l blasted In keeping with thp nature of the ground. the cloth or paper firmly nlut one In fact there are no limits practically end of a piece of' fuse twelve or four- to the many uses and advantages of teen Inches long, but do not uso a cap. dynamite for road building when careInsert one of thev iinrccs well Into ful and thoughtful attention Is given tho mouth of every bole nnd pack to the work. loose dirt around the fuse, leaving Incidentally the planting of shade enough of the end outside tn light easfor nvuMdc Improvement and ily. Ugh! the ruse and go on to the Itws Is grently facilitated by next bole. There will tie no explosion tho Judicious uso of a little dynamite, being uo cap or other detoThere tt Is a recognized fact that trees plant-snator, the dynamite will simply burn, In blasted holes grow much more filling the hole with dcnx. sUonoua rapidly and progress more favorably that will utmost Inslr.ntly stifle than lbifl planted In the averazo snde fune tuil then kill every living thing Inside. Jug ground. ROUGH LUMBER, see these blasts straighten out the kinks bends rrjd remove ledges and sand bars, but they will deepen nnd 1m prove tho channels as nature has realboth Irrigation und drainage. Hut beIncidentally by straight ing formed according to nature's dic- ly Intended. tates their courses do not always Jibe cnliig the winding course of a creek much area of tillable laud can be obwith niuu'a desires or needs. tained und farm operation In many inItock ledges Impede their progress. stances made inueii easier Overhanging stumps und trees retard Diagrsm of Stream Troubles That May B. Corroct.d by Blasting. nnd l.'."ff,ll used for farming, but uIfo form fine breeding places for mosquitoes and other obnoxious pests ' Incidentally they cause an unnual loss running into millions of dollars mr year. In tills day of enlightenment such things are both wasteful and, one might ndd. criminal, especially so In view of the fact that almost Instant relief may be had by n few well placed charges of dynamite. Not only will Blasting for tree planting Is best done In tho fall, because at this time of the year It is easier to catch the subsoil In dry condition. Illastlng In the spring for spring planting, however. Is much better tban planting In dug holes, notI withstanding the fact tbat the subsoil proved its merits. The writer has personally seen spe-- is apt to be wet or damp. clflc examples of the value and excel If the boles are blasted in advance of lence of tree planting with dynamite the time of setting the trees they are on a private orchard In Delaware, the left without further attention until tio 6. C. Phone COX, Manse.Ky 8 2. Office Hour to 12 u. m. M. K. Denny and W. A. .Wheeler Offlc.: md'i manor, rflor.. . I.ANCASTKIt, KENTUCKY. Sarjtrj. ttom.f Bnlldlni.Tti Hart A Doclori Of Dentil Andtr Dr. Wm. Office at Lancaster. Ualney D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Uvery Stable, Kentucky Digging a Ditch In a Flash Things move quickly nowadays. The Tillage of yesterday Is tomorrow's metroiiolis. Speed Is a requisite, and newer methods tbat smack of rapidity and labor and money saving are In demand. In a cartridge of dynamite In. the middle bole of the Hoe of charged boles and fired will do the work. A single row of holes can usually be depended upon to excavate a ditch from to nine feet wide and about thirty to forty inches deep. Where larger ditcbes are required the boles can be made deeper and loaded heavier, or two or more lines of boles, spaced from three to four feet apart, can be used. Incidentally the boles can be made In the roughest kind of swamp or In flood muck beds, where other methods of ditching are practically Impossible. When the soil Is dry or the weather Is too cold to use tbo propagated meth. od of blasting described above low freezing farm or stumping powder is used In boles spread farther apart, often In large ditches is far as four or (le feet. In this caso each bole must be primed with an electric cap. as the explosive shock will not propa gate In dry ground. The cheapest lineal foot of small ditch Is obtained by using the electric tiring method and farm or stumping powder. INDIANA SILO PAPEC r COTTERS THE BLAST THOROUGHLY CRACKS THE SOIL, BUT USUALLY LEAVES A CAVITY OR POTHOLE AT THE BOTTOM TM8 MUST F FILLED. Priming a Dynamite Cartridge To properly prime a dynamite or farm powder cartridge four things are essential the cap, tho fuse, tho cartridge and a crimping tool. The meth; od in Itself Is very simple. First crimp tho priming cap about the fuse, using tho crimping tool as immediate danger In handling a stick of farm powder If tho user will use but an ordinary amount of care and Intelligence. A common Incorrect method of priming Is to punch a hole right through the cartridge, pass tho capped fuse Is no employed In wet work Is simply to punch boles from eighteen to twenty-fou- r Inches deep along. the line desired to ditch and then load' each bole with charge of 50 per cent straight dyna-tnlta Long stretches or ditch ran Iw loaded "Ml fired at ono time. One cap placed uitcnes tnat once consumed many days of hand or machine labor are now being blasted out In almost the twinkling of an eye. Uy degrees man Is learning to adopt some of nature's simple, but mighty forces. And the gul. lies and valleys that old Mother Earth has created by her natural upheavals and eruptions are being duplicated in a smaller way by some of the more progressive and up to date farmers. Digging ditches with dynamite Is simply a newer nnd more Improved method of trench building. The melb-o- difference In growth between the tree and the tree planted In blasted ground being so unmistakably In favor of the latter that no adequate comparison could be made. Furthermore, there are so many sane and logical reasons for this method of tree planting that even the most skeptical could not fall to lie convinced. Obviously when a tree has to use a largo part of Its energies In forcing Its roots through tho hard soil It cannot be cxM.t'ted to make the same rapid growth and come Into such tree planting time, unless It Is desirable to odd some manure or fertilizer to be diffused through the soli. This Is an excellent practice, especially In poor solL If tho earth Is sour, sticky clay a few pounds of lime scattered In the bole will materially assist In flocculating the clay and keeping It permanently granulated and sweet Immediately after the blast the soft blasted groutiil should tie dug out down to the location of the charge, where a hole will usually be found about the stzo of a bushel basket This 3: Monitor nnti Associated Gasoline Engines. Wheeling Lime Grinders. All sold on easy terms. W. P. KINCAID, l'hcne 199. DIST. STANKOKD. AGT KY d Crimping th. Cap to th Fut. Visiting Card Is THE proper thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making Engraved A Neatly shown In tho Illustration. Next punch a diagonal bole in tbo cartridge with the end of tho crimping tool, making the bole deep enough to entirely bury Tying Fuss and Cap to Csrirldg. the cap. Insert the cap Into this hole and tie the fuse to tbo side of tho car- - through It, then Insert In another diag- onal holo below tbo first hole. No tying Is necessary to hold the can In it... cartridge. This method 1 called "Ise. Ing tho fuse through tho cartridge." It la unsafe and unreliable. Tho fuse Is likely to break at the sham ttirtia and tho powder train spit flro through calls. Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or more. CENTRL RECORD THE ROOTS ARE FIRMLY EMBEDDED IN RICH TOPSOIL, SURROUNDED BY MELLOW, WELL DRAINED SUBSOIL r. L"dl"9- BLASTING DITCHES THROUGH The Olteh. SWAMP. early bearing a a tree would thai bad had the ground hi w hich It was planted thoroughly prepared by dynamiting beforehand. No tree should be planted over bard-puor Impacted subsoil without flrst resorting to blasting, so tbat the soli may bo made open und porous. Such blasting not only creates channel. Increase absorption of soli moisture and permit deeper rooting, but It also Induce better growth and larger yields. yields. must be filled to prevent settling of the tree after planting. The roots should bo placed in a naturul position in good top soli, covered with more top soil and treaded down Arm. The hole can then be filled to a little above the surface with subsoil. The fact that nearly all commercial orchardlitJ use this method prove that It pay In reduced first year loss, earlier fruiting and larger and better Making Cap Hals In Cartridge, Th Flnloh.d Cartridge Prlm.d. trtdge securely with a (tout piece of tho break, setting Are to the cartridge cord. or the fuse iniicau or cxpiouing If the job 1 done carefully and cor- may mis flro altoi-th- it, .n rectly the entire outfit will look tike uncxplodod charge In the hole, or tt illustration No. 4, and the priming will may bang lire for half an hour or half be complete. a day and cause a serious accident. ignorance, rear or carelessness are Short cuu do not pay in handling the cause of most accident. There r. idn The Central Record $1.00 Per Year in Advance. LaMCMter, Shown at Roman's Opera House Each Monday Night MUrson "School ooxrimc two tiiKocx.Kt,a .1I.UIM. AM.feuUeuutUfta4llrg Tvltlt HbrulM. Svtf.toJp ItMilMia. Ilili loto. y.uhlat f Lav. S"BaW What Is the Best Remedy For i Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Cotalotfue. No AA s TREES, 4 Constipation? ! This If a question asked u many timet each day. The answer la Bar. We guarantee them to be satisfactory to you. Bold only by Uj,10 cents. R. E. MeRoksrU H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington. Kentucky. 1841 1916 Kentucky. uimtmaiw,si, ummt, If. tt record, Thursday Oct 28 PRISON FARM i 19 1 5. Page 7 I 6($e Citizens National Bank Capital $50,000. future, of brick raeine; or roads, and a very efficient organliatlon might bo had for the TYPICAL SCENES WHERE C0NVI CTC ARE EMPLOYED ON ROADS t'aclnx of concrete, roads as la no oemu used In Illinois, Georgia, and UI r Slates where that type of roid I U'ing constructed. "The men becomo skilled In Hi per. I'.rm, r.ro or their duties, and i:,u. Experiment of Board of Priion Many Statet Have Abolished mime preparing mem ror a bettor For Infants and Children. when they have completed Commissioner. Solvei heir term, also reduces the possibility Contract Sytem of Work- of breaking up tho organization br Prob,em ing the Prisoners men '(Hitting. Another Important fao You or io De consiaereo is the reduction of the cost, the reducing of the coat making It possible for all the counties MEANS SAVING TO TAXPAYERS WORK CONVICTS ON ROADS n the state not merely the rlrh counties but practically all of them, o ionot.jn;in.E.vr construct permanent roads. When on tvar-deIntereatlng Statement laiued by Kentucky Could Possibly Save From stops to consider that tbero ore ono A. J. Q. Wella, of the Kentucky Twenty to Thirty Per Cent of the hundred and twenty counties. In Ken-tItocSionutlaandlJoHditf Reformatory State State ky, most df them having n road Farm Money Expended For Road Work on Shows Profit of I4.826.S1 During the Public Highways Says Commis- fund ranging from 1500 to J3.O00, whlla K2 fian ten have a road fund of moro Fourteen Month!. sioner Terrell. llian J20.000, It Is quite an easy matter Promotes o understand the advantage that con- Prnnkfort, Ky. (Special.) Tho exFrankfort, Ky (Special) It, C. periment of employing tho prisoners of Terrell, Commissioner of Hoads. when mci iaor would rurnh i tlese coun-tiewhere funds are limited, In tho tho stato on tho Stalo Farm acorua to asked for his views regarding the emcuring of permanent typos of road. lie a decided aucreaa, After a thor- iMujuimii ui cuuvicis on ino roaus or iwrKAHCOTIC. The convict Isbor would not mm a ough trial of tho plan of the Hoard of tho state, granted the following Inter- in competition with free labor, for without it the counties would b comi'rlaon Commissioners anil Warden view on this subject: pelled to build a cheaper type of road, a, thcro la a net profit to the atato Well "In recent years the convict labor and In many of J4,S:0.S1 In fourteen months. problem lias been one that has been able to build Instances would not bo at all, while, At the request 0f n c. Terrell, given u great deal of attention, and convict labor, better and morewith tho Surra . durablo of Iluads, A. J. (LWellu, War- prison reforms havo brought about a types of road could be constructed, as den of the Kentucky State Iteformn- - study of conditions as they exist, with well as a moro durable type of bridges. lory, has prepared a statement cover- n view of how they could bo bettered, Lven In the fabrication of steel material for the longer span bridges theso ing tho period tho plan has been In op- and as n result, most ol tho Ancrfftl Rrwdv rorOmlto States eration. Warden Wella covers his two havo abolished the contract system of could be obtained at a much cheaper t Ion , Sour StoRuclUlUrrhoci figure, with years' cxperlcnco with a limited num- working tho prisoners and have estab they could bo the convict labor, than nomsffmuIsioiisJonufr t. Model Convict Camp In Georgia. 2. Shows Concrete Rode In Georgia, done by contract. ber of prisoners on the .Statu Farm. lished to more , modern system of nrssanJLossorSmP. with Granite Dlock Gutters, built by Convict Labor. in summing up the advantages to Mr Wells said In part: using the convicts on tho public high- - the counties and to the state, ritSimilt sijnartrt of "Tho Legislature of 1014 autliorlied ways, and In tho prisons for tho pur should not overlook the big advantage by law tho Icaia of n farm, with an pose of preparing materials for tho to tho convict himself the wholesor..o labor bettering him. menoption of purchase at the end of tho highways, and on other public works JlllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllUIIIIIIL tally, Tuc Ccntavii CoMTAns; lease. In accordanco therewith, the In tho various States Reports from more morally and physically a much healthy occupation than Cm NEW YORK. Hoard of i'rlion Commissioners, on various Highway Departments over which he would And inside the prison recommendation of myself, as Warden, tho United States show conclusively walla." and with tho approval of the Sinking that convict labor can be used to an Fund Commissioners, of which the advantage in road building and at a (iovcrnor Is a member, leased tho Mas-ti- "saving of both to tho county and State BUILDING GOOD ROADS farm, consisting of 4ft: acres, about In the cost of labor for this class of More than 80 counties In Kc 14 miles from tho prison, and In tho work. l!ct Copy cf Wrapper. aro actually at work bulldli.? niiiliiliiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiir. bend of the Kentucky river. Just op "In tho biennial report of .Mr. T. F. roads under state supervision ar posite the now capltol, for an annual Tynan, Warden of tho State Penitenthe man 'who works for his living, falling sick with tuberrental of tj.000 per year. ,The Legis- tiary of Colorado for the year 1912, It with state aid. Twenty other cou.i-tleculosis means a very real danger not only to his own life havo asked for and been grantlature adjourned on March 19, 1914, la abown that thero was built one nun but to the lives of his wife and children as well. His wealed such aid and are now preparlr z negotiations wcro carried on with sev drcd and miles of road thier neighbor may lay aside his routine cares and "take tho to begin work. The ro.. eral landowners and a contract con- - through tho mountain sections of that cure" for tuberculosis without materially affecting his family's building movement Is on In earner., eluded, and prisoners were put to work State, at a saving, according to his bs- health or income. Tho consumptive workingman, on tho other hand, and It Is here to stay. on inn larm .prii w, inn. i ins, or timate, or 73.08; that the averago At the two penitentiaries, at must give up his job and with it his only incoino, and at the samo course, was too lato to get tho best cost per day per man for tho laborers ' If so. You nrc the innn we nro looking for. timo ho is frequently compelled to remain at home, a constant results tho first year. This lato engaged in this class of work was 3!c. Frankfort and Eddyvlllc, there c source of danger to his family, unless he is properly instructed. It .1 nreu auout is mote men herr in Kentucky, territory frff. start, which was unavoidable, and tho! Ho further states that the com lets 2,000 men convicts. A largo proportion of that number are phyWe, arry a full iin of lirmmlie. Extract. Snicea ami Tolli-- t may save you who read this article considerable money and suffering severe drouth which followed, made It were able to do tho work of not only sically capable of working on ti.e rucica. uur remedies are ara ami atav srall until th cus- a trying test for tho first year, but In ordinary laborers, but some were if you learn from it how to avoid the entrance of tuberculosis into tomera cet thm. roads. Instead of being so workt 1, o trial mam o the salesman has no rvflllinR spite of both of theso serious handi- found able to perform tho services reyour body. In !o. All jou 11ml ia and caps, even this year made a most sat- quired of experienced men In drilling, they aro let out to prison conTuberculosis is infectious and communicable from ono person If Interratetl, write. tractors at an annual loss to t!.3 isfactory showing. blasting, laying masonry, to another. It differs in some respects from scarlet fever, measles, state. A summary of expenditures and re and other skilled labor. With FURST or smallpox, "contagious" diseases, in that tuberculosis THOMAS, Frttporl, III., or At the coming election, a consticeipts of tho farm, from April, 1914, to such labor commanding a salary cf repeated exposures and certain special conditions to pass tho T i it. i t ra July 1, 1915, shows n net gain on July from $2 to $5 per dny, this without a tutional amendment to work the conu. m 1, 1915, of $l.82C.Sl, nicnoiasuie, njr. perms from the sick to the well. It is not inherited, but must victs on the roads Is to be voted on. after charging the doubt, shows that convict labor can It has been twice submitted by t!ia be communicated through ono of the following sources from one per- rami witn an labor at tho samo av bo used to advantago on heavy con erage prlco paid Insldo the prison. struction work, and In places where General Assembly and once adopt:on to another: ed by the people. That adopttvB Moreover, this net gain does not take more or less permanent camps can (1) The infection is derived in the very large majority of cases was nullified by a failure to ader-tla- e Into account many crops that had not bo maintained. from the sputum discharged from "open" or ulcerating tubercles the amendment within the predeveloped sufficiently for accurate in "Virginia also has succeeded in this in tho lungs. 1). A. THOMAS. f scribed 90 days. Tho necessary voice on said date. These crops are undertaking, as Is shown by the reR. L. ELKIN. (2) A certain number of persons, chiefly infants, estimated varihas now been done. The as follows: 10 acres of tobacco, 25 sults. For the past nine years conously from one to ten per cent, of all cases, receivo the infection whole question Is In the hands of acres of lato Irish potatoes, 1 aero of victs havo been used on tho public from the milk of tuberculous cows. sweet potatoes, 8 acres sugar cane, 7 highways of this State, and Mr. I'. St. the voters, and both political par(3) A very few others may possibly obtain the infection from ties have declared for adoption acres turnips, 214 acres cabbage, 15 J. Wilson, former Stato Highway Comin CI In their state platforms. the urine and fecal discharges of consumptives or from tho pus acres beans. 5 acres greens, 4 acre missioner, and now the Assistant DThe prison contractor Is opposed joints or other parts of tho body which aro the scat of ulcerating Protect your labour and rental by Insuring cucumbers, 1 acre carrots, S acres irector In tho United States Office of CI to adoption. It will put an end to melons. tuberculosis. Public Koads at Washington, D. C, your TOBACCO. Rates reasonable. See (4) In a few extremely rare instances the infection is conveyed The season since July 1 has con stated that moro than 1,500 men were, his profits. Organized labor is a tinued good, and the products above used on tho public highways of VI j unit on wanting to sco the amendthrough tho blood of the mother to an unborn child, but the (!) named I? have added very materially to glnia In the year 1913; that from forty ment adopted. It will put an end seldom survive long. to convict competition with free the balance above stated. We have, to seventy-Ovwere grouped together (5) No infection can bo conveyed from tuberculosis of the labor. It will put men at work on since July 1, put up for uso In the in a single camp separate camps bcvariety, or after ulcerations aro "plosjr". $r the roads where there Is now a prison 12.000 gallon cans of beans, to- lng maintained In each county and healed. scarcity of labor. matoes, corn and apples. All the cattle that tho cost of clothing and feeding In the state of Virginia, It was "With regard to the manner of infection, still bearing in mind and hogs are slaughtered. at tho farm. them, and general maintenance of the lounu mai convict labor effected a that tuberculosis must.be communicated from ono person to another, and sold to tho prison at less Drico men was 62c per day f6r a period of saving of $1,500 a fullo In the cost we find that by far the most frequent modo of infection is by inhalathan tho packing houses furnish other three years; that the men were not stoto Institutions similarly situated. specially selected, but that the road of building roads. In a score of tion; the second is by swallowing, and the least common, by inocu-atio- n other Btates, whero this labor Is Tho meats, vegetables and other prodforces were made up of prisoners as of a wound or abrasion, Considering each of theso modes of used, It has been demonstrated that ucts are served fresh, and are alto- tuey were presented at tho prisons: "& infection a little moro carefully, we learn that:" roads con bo built with contract gether moro wholesome and palatable that men who were physically weak, (1) Tho baccilli are inhaled most often in dust. The dust labor at half the cost of freo labor. than from tho packers' cold storage. or oven cripples, were often sent out is most often contaminated by careless spitting; but the germs may Convict labor on the roads has The better health of tho prison popuas part of the road forco. He further! also ho given out in the pet of coughing (with the mouth unproproved good for the state and good lation resulting Is within Itself a largo states thatMhe contractors who con-- ; tected) or hawking, sneezing, loud talking, singing or laughing. for the convict. It has helped him traded for the work had very fre9 asset. physically and morally. It has, In Quiet breathing carries no infection. "Tho farm, on account of Us prox- quently offered $1 per day for men . many Instances, restored him to (2) The baccilli may bo swallowed with food which has been imity to the prison and Its splendid furnished by the State. good citizenship, and a convict reIsolation, is ideally located. Thero are contaminated with infectco hands or otherwise, and also with the Under our present system In Kenstored to good citizenship Is an Ollice Phone 18. on tho farm Inexhaustlblo ledges of tucky the State receives the magnlfl- Residence Phone 33. milk, butter nnd other dairy products derived from cows suffering asset; a convict released to follow llmestono, and within a few feot of a cent sum of 75c per day per man em-from bovine tuberculosis. railroad and tho Kentucky river. A ployed under contract, and tho State, a life of crime Is a liability. (3) Inoculation by tho infection of cuts, scratches, or abrasions If Kentucky wants the advantages rock crusher of sufficient capacity at Is required to feed and clotho the prisis not frequently observed. that come from convict labor on mis point, operated by prison labor. oners and a great many of the pris"While no ace. race, or class is immune acainst infection from tho roads, all that wllljie necessary could easily supply a largo demand for oners aro let at a lower figure than tuberculosis, children are more susceptible than anyone else. At win bo to'vote es for the amend road material throughout tho stato. that stated above. meat If Kentucky prefers to let the atre of 15, frequently as high as 75 per cent, of the population "Kentucky could possibly save from "The railroad and river facilities for tho prison contractor get richer at may show the presence of the germs, though not that many may be ihlpment should Insure reasonable twenty to thirty per cent of the money her expense by continuing In effect sick with tuberculosis. In view, however, of the fact that these transportation rates. In my opinion, expended for road work under the a system of slavery, the amendment thero Is no place In tho market which State aid plan. It the convicts could germs may lay quiet in the body of the child for years. until with will bo defeated. furnishes so many attractive features be used on tho public highways, and unfavorable surroundings his resistance is lowered, causing tho Hut tho voter who goes to the is this ono for farming on a small In tho preparation of tho materials to develop, it is extremely important that fathers and mothers polls and falls to vote on the amend scale, and for the production and trans- which go Into the highways. It would do everything possible to keep their children away from danger of ment will overlook an opportunity portation of road material, by tho use be possible to establish infection in their earlier years. to'do his county and the state good of prison labor. oent camps In the various counties Everything should be done at homo to keep the child rugged. service. "It might bo Interesting In this con- whero limestone Is available In large and healthy. The father aud mother, whether they have tubercuItOllEKT J. McllIlYDE. JR.. nection to stato that out of 179 pris- quantities and prepare this material losis or not, should bo scrupulosly careful in their habits of spitting-tnPresident Kentucky Good Iloads oners sent to tho farm at different for road building, ready to be dellv rVssoclatlon. person hygiene. The working father owes it not .only to his times, only 4 havo escaped, and 2 of ered by rail or motor truck to roads own health, but to that of his children to avoid tuberculosis in every them returned. These prisoners ro- - under construction, aud these camps maln at the farm at night, and, while could be maintained practically the possible way. , they aro under the direction and guard entire season. NOTE This Is the Second of a Series of Five Articles Prepared by The of Cupt. J. 1. Schnorbus, they have, "In Edmonson County, Kentucky, National Association for the Study and Prevention of Tuberculosis, New necessarily, many opportunities to es thero exists an unllmltable deposit of York Clty.J cape. If they were so Inclined. I do rocic aspnait, which is a hard the finest road making mater :0: not mean, by this statement, however, ial Known containing from seven to COLDS AFFECT THE KIDNEYS to Indicate, that prisoners, Indiscrimnine per cent of bitumen or asphalt It will then pass through many hands, help many inately, can be trusted on tho outside. base. This material has an overbur Wo havo attempted, as far as surround BOURBON nOG CHOLERA REMEDY den or from ton to twenty feet of soil, Many Lanccsler People Have Found This merchants and increase ing circumstances would permit, to prosperity. rrertnti aod Cures sand or rock, and lies la a horizontal strata of from six to twenty feet In good Judgment In their selecCHOLERA. WORMS. COUGH. THUMPS. It destroys diteate fcrmi, rtfuUtes the bomcU, aids digestion aod to be True. tion for this work. My estlmato la thickness. Would it not bo a fine causes hois to fatten quick), Vtc it in the feed and dnnk and your establish here a permanent that possibly 25 per cent of tho prison thing tu camp, hogs will never bare cholera. Costa only 5c. a month for each nog. convict where thoy could bo Don't wait until ihev cet sick. Ilecin c if in at vour host this medicine population could bo worked on tho out-usod In tha stripping of this material, now and keep them free from worms and disease. At All Druggists Ido In farming and tho production of quarrying aud pulverizing IsOUHUOtt BEMCDY COMPANY, lulutftoo, K und loading Are you wrutched in bad waather? road material, with reasonable safety, It ready for shipment to tho counties Does every cold settle on your kIC under proper, careful and humano di- of the Commonwealth? Tbo actual Sold in Lancaster. Ky., by J. R. Mount. Son & Co. rection, A great deal will depend cost oi production, or even a reason neysT upon tho plan adopted and solectlon of , able per cent of profit could be your back uche and become Does tho agent, or agents, who shall exe- - charged by tho,State for the material, weak? at the same tlnio vory materially cuto the plan. i and Are Urinary passages irregalur und It such a venturo is to bo nm.lt, hv reauce ino cost ror use in road con distressing? tho state, a bill should bo carefully struction, and Insuring to tho counties for their limestone, macadam, or othORGANIZED 1883. darwn, after mature consultation with er bard surfaced roads, a splendid, These symptoms are raune to sus pect kidney weakness. tnoso who cave had actual and sue. long llfed surfacing material, ccsfful experience In the handling of dustless, noiseless, durablo and that Is Weakened kidneys need quick help. OF LANCASTER. at the prisoners, aud beforo the meeting of samo umo waterproof, other camps Doan'a Kidney Fills aro especially tho Legislature. No OK LANCASTEK. KY. Capital legislation should be might be established for tho purpose prepared for weakened kidneys. oi preparing limestone as stated Lancaster people commend them. passed lu this connection." i asove, and still others ror the manuC. T. Ilrurnmett, grocei. Crab Or A. It JENNY, President chard, St., Lancaster, says: "Nearly B. V. HUDSON, resident. J. J. WALKER, Vice Prest. 1. E. STOHMKS, Vice Pres't. every spring I use Doan'a Kidney Pills W. 0. I'.IGNEr, Ass't Cash'r. Joe J. Walkeu, Jit., S. C. DENNY, Cashier. to keep me in good health. Duringitlie W. F. CIIA.MI'. Cashier. K. T JitpRr, Asa't Cashier. J. - GlLL, winter, colds srttlb on my back nnd Is the very backbone of everv camel pallia Ihrougli my kidneys. Doan'a Kidney 1'ills stop the pains and successful business. We regard your coSafety Deposit Boxes For Rent. operation as a neceasaiy factor In our success. make my kidneys normal." We hope you tpeak a Rood word for ui If we give you good service. Price 60c, at all dealers Don't sim WE SOLICIT YOUU BUSINESS. If you find our servtcu lacking In any respect, you will confer a favor ply atk for a kidney remedy get Doan'a gamutl I). Cochran, Alex It. Denny, J. II. Posey, upon us by telling- US. It is our bujlncis end our pleasure to Im J, E. Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Ilrurn prove our system wherever we And a weak spot. Co.. Prjpa., mett had. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. GUI. Dr. V. M. Elliott. Directors. USING CONVICTS lill mi CASTORIA Have SHOWS PROFIT ON HIGHWAYS The Kind Always Bought Bears the of n ut Signature 's AW - In IK Use For Over Thirty Years r "Catching" Tuberculosis, or CASTORIA inedion. I 1 s TO fifty-seve- n state-wid- e 1 Can You Stcind Prosperity? 1 wr-co- ; 6 v. linnn unuitu, I Tobacco Housed. THOMAS & ELKIfV, Agents. I I . ' a -, W. 0. RIGNEY Director and -- Funeral Embalmer. Kentucky. 1 Lancaster, s soml-perm- CIRCULATE THE HOME, DOLLAR AT HOME! home sand-ston- A DOLLAR WELL SPENT IS A DOLLAR SPENT HERE 1 THE NATIONAL BANK $50,000. half-bake- Surplus $45,000. Surplus 430,000. Up you mark to pleased be will we and order money or check us mail kindly. Dpllar a us owe you 1915 is paper your on label the if. I- r. Foiter-Mllbur- n Buffalo, N. Y. WfcM Page 6 " , 4 I 1 The Central Record, Thursday 0&2&'$&l'$$ tiyi it$3 laTt?i s L,....1JMIiimifn FARMER 'S COLUMN revival which begun at the Suggestions For the Late Suml ce titloir ibi. tietilinicti for in tieln-li- t Methodist church several weeks ago hh ol our lrmr nlurtlWri. ii1 li for mer Bride. Dr. M sal ot Hoe, zi tin n4 inch lhln on. continues with much Interest. lurnurf enuiiat urto'il 10 drf-tilPike Is a pleasant speaker and manv llif Htm "Ml . ilMtplril otrr tonr souls arc belntr brought to So not Christ lines, and will I nulrln 'wo li.r.et of the through his noble work. The meeting WHAT TO PACK IN HER TRUNK fonp. free of ctmrst will probably close this week. Cloths 8he Takta on Hsr Honeymoon pair of mules, to To Dtpond Upon Whtrs 8ho Qos, The meeting at Herring's school A. It. Denny, responsible party. house, conducted by Rev. F. M. Tinder Whethir to tho Mountains or the Lancaster, hy has resulted in fifteen addition, mostly Bosch. Good audiences attend by confessions. Have us few dresses us you can or I have a llniltt-quantity of nice every meeting and'much good has been you will find yourself wltb more gowns Nice accomplished. strained clover honey for sale. than you can wear out, which aro sure on pancake these frosty mornings. to become do mode. Whnt you take Will deliver in Luncastr at IS cents "Russell Drown, of Lancaster, conwith you for tho honeymoon depends per pound. ducted the evenlrg services at the so much on whero you are going to n Address li. I. Blankenshlp. Baptist church Sunday. He spoke In country bouse, seaside resort, niotorlni; .Stanford, Ky. Route 4. the interest of the Baptist Young or what not Three tiny dresses, two People's Union, which he hopes to re- dcmltollct evening ouch, some negligees vive In Stanford. From a text, "Train ami plenty of dainty lingerie are all For Salt. a child in the way he should go, and you are likely to want. Blouses never Three high grade Hereford bull calves when he gels old he will not depart now come In amiss. They need very It. K Henry. from It," he told of th? many advan- excellent making mid cut. Quality Is and one heifer. quantity. Golf players, tages to be derived from the union, better than large type Poland which makes an especial effort toward women who fish and motorists must be t:Oll SALE:-2dressed accordingly, mid n silk sports china pigs, subject to register. training the young people to systemati- coat of somo pretty simile, with a white .Mark Coins, cally read and study the Bible, fitting dress. Is altogether up to date and Inthem for better service in the Master's coming to youth. The Jersey woven FOR Roosters and vineyard. His remarks were forceful pink ones nre simply delightful. a few pulletts. Lace, net and other soft fabrics make and Impressive. Mr. Drown Is a ready 60-gowns, Mrs. Ed. Grow. Phone sorts of speaker and possesses many of the summer Tbo now amL ninny flounced skirts show muslin. qualifications of a pulpit orator. At Is advantage In all these light gossamer FOR SALEt-Fou- r nice meat hogs, 6:15 next Sunday he will organize or materials, mid jackets and coats of weight about 300 lbs. each. rather reorganize th- - Baptist Young taffeta over tbem have a very great R. II, Ward. People's Union at the Baptist church charm. Chiffon nnd taffeta blend well lints. Iclts, shoes and and he asks all persons between the together. Miss Anna Belle Burnside has a 5 ages of 15 and 25 to be present and parasols must lu of the same hue. year old sorrel pony, thnt's sound and join. Interior Journal." often In contrast to tho gown. The gentle, she wishes to sell. bride of today has a liberal choice In .Socio, are pagoda shaped or parnsols. tulip shaped: In some the points turn WORLD'S THE For Silt. upward; somo are striped; some have One registered Hampshire sow and chiffon puckered on tbem. Indeed, TOBACCO TRADE. much Ingenuity has been brought to nine pigs, not subject to register. 1'igs upon tbem. G weeks old. Price HO. The United States is the greatest bear We bear n good deal of the silent" S. 11. Aldridge, Lancaster Ky, exporter of tobacco fn the world, the colors this year, and most certainly greatet importer and the greatest con FOR SALE: Sow and 7 pigs. iVill sumer. U plays by far the most im tbey are the leading notion, but are often relieved by n contrasting shade sell cheap. T. U. Durham. portant part in the world's tobacco somewhere. . MarksburyJ'Ky. trade. A serge dross seems even uow- to be India, the second greatest producer. a necessary part of a trousseau, as It FOR SALE:-Swbeef cows and consumes most of its own tobacco and has been for generations. There are pair of good mare mules 4 yrs. old past imports very little It is the second chilly days In tbo best of summers, Hampton Sisters, greatest consumer. Russia is the third and serge Is suited to tbem as well as 30-to autumn, spring and winter, calPjioiie Marcellus, Ky, producing country, but exports only culated to stand any amount of wear 1 desire to rent my house and lot at small portions of its product, and im and tear and to look well throughout. is It Is astonishing bow few ncraslons ports very little. IsucKye for the year of 19IG. the fourth, producing cejntry, but im tliero are for which a serge dress Is .Mrs. Mary Dickerson, ports somewhat more than a fourth as absolutely unsuitable. Tor shopping Richmond, Kv. much as It raises and exports about an and traveling It Is Invaluable." Silk Or see Mai Curter at Buckeye. eighth of its crop. The Dutch East redingotes enveloping the figure the vogue for ninny occasions. Indies produce great quantities of An evening dress Is n necessity, and. tobacco for export, but tbe consumpIf there Is a chance of dancing a tulle tion of tobacco on the islands Is not gown Is the best for a young girl. If COUNTY COURT known. There are few imports. something more lasting Is desired there Japan produces enough tobacco to are light silks In a very becoming BringsJJig Crowd To Town Last Monday. supply most of its own needs and ex- range of colors. Gold slippers aro ports only about a tenth of its crop. still worn for dancing and go with The public square was literally jam- s of its any dress. A license of color Is perBrazil exports about .med with people last Monday, drawn missible In evening wraps, so often crop. to talk politics, sell mules, cattle here made In chiffon of light coloring lined hogs and discuss the prospective and History Of MoTemeuls To Stamp Illiteracy with silk, or vice versa, tbe silk lined price that tobacco would bring this wltb chiffon. Many ure bordered with the georglan ruches, which keep In orwinter. It was one of the largest Out Of Kentucky by 1920. der so well and so lone. White fur crowds seen here on County court day in several months. Quite a number Of ' The movement originated im Rowan and white feather stoles nre still In mules sold at prices very much In ad County in September, 1911. when the favor for evening wear. too The first moonlight schools were organized. many wise bride will not havecarevance of the price a month ago. bats, but will choose them 1 here was about two hundred cattle It has now been extended to about fully, for on tbem depend the whole on the market, but in this diss of eighty counties and to seventeen dif- success of tho tout ensemble. White stock the market was a little "off". ferent states. and black have tlie advantage of being The Legislature of 1914 created the suitable for wearing with all dresses. It. W. Smart who badadvertisedtobuy to Summef hats aro wreathed with flowhorses here and at Paint Lick, bought Kentucky Illiteracy Commission campaigns against ers, and a wide sailor shape Is a domiseventeen head that cost him about direct the State-wid- e Taylor House sold a two illiteracy. This Commission has its of- nant one. Tbo transparent hats aro 4U5 a .year old mule o V. A Lear for $175. fice In the new State Capitol, and very pretty. A felt and a panama are mostly lndndcd nnd In shape adapted .and bought a pair of C. C. McClure for from there is directing the campaign, to sport wear. Mr. House also sold a six year It is endeavoring to establish moon 4310. The wedding dress is, of course, all light schools In every district and Important Soft satin U seldom used old horse mule to Richard Gentry for aiso to have some persons taught in nowadays. Far mure frequently soft 4140. Mr. T. J. Price bought several t The Commission has lace or chiffon or even gossamer musmule co.'ta during the day, one of Geo. their homes. Kay, for $75, three of Frank Todd for extended Its work to the jails lin takes the place of substantial satju. $195, one of John Conn for $71 and one and reformatories, and plans to have tbe skirt just sweeping the ground. Jinny nnd tullo of J. C. II. Collier for $72.50. v A. every illiterate who is incarcerated for orange uro flounced. A lie set veil close blossom should as .Lear sold a pair of cracker-jacas much as three or four weeks to be to the bend a mare islble In their arrangemules to Jim Locker for $400. T. C taught to read and write. This Com ment or they arc likely to bo supremeis securing the names of each ly unbecoming. Itankln an aged mule of IVils Rogers, mission for $103 and a pair of Walter Fain, for of the 203,084 illiterates in Kentucky Our grandmothers when tlyy mar4270. Porter Rich sold a nice team to who were listed m 1910, and wi',1 have ried spent hundreds of dollars on undergar-menfile and tbo of same $360. .UMonte Fox, priceTom W. S. Embry year. onThey before the close have this lingerie, were mountdozens ofpretty wellu to last also expect to the Tan aged mare to Middletonfor$25, a lifetime. This would not be of much Wils Rogers a horse to Burch Williams names cf those who were Illiterate In use nowadays, for we change our price $110. Phil Drown 20 shoats of the spring of 1915. moods In dessous as often as In Sam Lakes at $2.25. Center Bros, 29 Tbe Legislature made no approoria- - our gowns tbe almost. Sometimes tho gariiogs of A HsKnlght and 10 head of tion for this work, and the members of ments nre wide, sometime narrow, S. D. Cochran for 7 cents, weight about the, Commission serve without compen aud who Khali ioak definitely as to 250 pounds, and 20 of J, G. Burnside, sation, even defraying their own ex tbe iKMltton of the waist even for a weight 150 pounds, pricx G cents. J penses. Some funds have been raised couple of years, let nlono for n dozen? E. Robinson two mule colts of Sam to supply some reading and writing But ono thing we may pride ourselves never has under-wen- r Harris for $132.50 and one of Mrs. John materials free to such as uro desirous upon that been more illtogetlicr ehuruilug Farra for $75. W. H. Drown sold ten Li learn. and delightful, livery bride iimviiduya cattle to Greely Lutes, weight 78C lbs, wants n negligee ur rot gown ur two Look for Matches. hundred. A. U. Drown sold a for $0.25 and a pretty on p. the Mutely girls Don't put away men's or boys' cloth. choose tho (jreek t,vc. the petite tho pair of mules to V. Turpin for $225 and bought 12 cuttle of same party at 5 Ing for the winter or summer without wattenu. There Is n groat liberty of first searching the pockets for choice, and oriental modes suit moit cents pound. matches. Mice will gnaw matches for women. The pretty cotton ernivs make Mr. D. G. Fox, of Danville was in the phosphorus. Bad fires are often this sort or jfiriiients altogether deSpringfield last Monday where he bought started by them. lightful. SO mule colts, ull mares but four, that averaged him $70 a head. These mules A Tlmo Saver. Banishing Fleas. were bought for John C. Robinson and Here, fur example. Is bow one woman Last summer my dog was almost are said to be the best that Were on eaten up wltb fleas, until one day I saves time. When aiie m:il;t- pie crust tbe market that day, IJe also bought accidentally spilled some salt on him. she makes double the quantity needed for J. L. Murphy IS colts at an average It killed every flea. I then threw salt at the moment, ns p!e crust mlled In a of $50 a round. Abcut one half of these all around his bouse, and bathed him damp iiiipktn and put In tbe refrlgcr were horse colts. Mr. Fox has bought with salt water, and be was not both- alor will keep perfectly for several and shipped linen August 1st', twenty. ered the rest of the summer. Good days. Then she plans In the menus for the next few ihiyn to ue tlmtvnist, Housekeeping Magazine. Xhree car loadi of mules. A dessert or u fruit tart for the first night, turnovers for luncheon the folAs Ha Understood It lowing day, and If any crust remains A Bible teacher among tbe south- It can bo usud In desserts, meat luittlcs ern blacks, desirous of waking the er checso straws. Ily using tbo pastry dormant powers of a scholar, asked In such a variety of ways she avoids the question: "What are we taught the Impression of sameness, yet man by the historic Incident of Jacob ages to lighten materially her work of undersigned hereby pie warn- wrestling The a with the angel?" The preparation. ing to all persons not to trespass upon reply came: "Dunno 'zactly, but our lands for any purpose whatever as I s'pose 'twas to tell us we mustn't we will prosecute all offenders to ful rattle.' law. Hunters and. ltst extent of Fishermen especially take notice. RE-RUr- NA Ki&N D Price People Say To Us A It. L. Elkin For Catarrh Whorovor Loeatsd. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. W. It. Cook. ."I cannot eat this or that food. It doe A sure, safe, remedy ,11, 0. Arnold. James G. Conn, sot agree with me." Our advioe to for Catarrhal Affections of everjr all of them U to take a -- J. C. Morgan, J. P. Uland. description. Sold by all Drug Hros J. II. and W. S. Weaver cists, write the Feruna Co., of JyiSSSSSm W. T. West. Columbus, Ohio. They, wlU ad .yj Booth Sutton. vise you free. aaah'meaL Sic a box. We will add othsr names for 25 cents before and ai tar Cj csh. R. R. MeRoS.ru Tho Loan:-Sevcr0 SALEs-I'lymouo J News Of The Chmcaes. j THE TROUSSEAU. I Democratic SPECIAL TRAIN WILL PASS THROUGH LANCASTER, AT FIVE P. MM AND PAINT LICK, AT SIX P. M. Friday, HON. A. O.STANLEY, October 29th, 1915. JUDGE J. D. BLACK STOPS WILL BE MADE AT BOTH PLACES. SEN. J. C.W.BECKHAM, i will each make short speeches. There will be a number of other speakers on the Special who will make short talks. Every orie invited to meet the train. Austria-Hungar- y A. B. BROWN, Chairman Campaign Committee. Wise Saying. -- Of- four-fifth- There Is more truth than humor In the sarins of lllldad that the best way to keep your word Is not to five It, A Woman's Discovery. The wife of Congressman Taylor ot Colorado says that the women of that state have found that "it does not take as long to vote as It does to match a piece of :ikl" HUGHES & SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MEN LANCASTER KY. Come and let us sell you a farm in Garrard County, wher five millions of pounds of the best tobicco is grown annually; where all the atrricultural products grow abundantly; where the best live stock is bred; where tin blue grass grows, where good sc'uool. moral and hospitable people art attracting many home seekers. Lancaster the the county seat, has three banks, tele phone exchange, electric light plant, creamer) splendid wa'er works system. two. (louring mills, grain and hemp warehouse, tobacco warehouse, on the I, & N railroad, one of the best graded schools in the State, having an endown-men- t fund of $50,000.00 in addition to a We can $30,000.00 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 official for proof that we will ileal fairly with you; us we have done for ten years and have no dissatisfied customers. Improved and unimproved farms of all sizes and various locations and at various prices, but any farmpriced at Its market value. WANTED Army Horses Any one having any of the above to sell, should phone me at Lancaster, and I will drive to see them. d. OF CONSTITU-- - TIONAL AMENDMENT. Vou will find the following on your ballet next Tuesday. Don't fail to vote on both k amendments. Constitutional Amendment No. 1. Are you in tavor of the proConstitutional Amendment which will allow the use and employment of Convict Labor outside of the walla of the Penitentiary for the purpose of constructing or reconstructing and maintaining public roads and bridges and preparing material for public roads and bridgea and work on the State farm or farms? posed W. Lancaster, 141 1-- B. - Burton, - - - Kentucky. 2 ACRES OF VERY FERTILE LAND VOW SALE BY NATIONAL BANK Yes...O No.... Constitutional Amendment No. 2 EDWARD II. BYARS, FIRST AND CITY BUILDING, Located in Poor Kind of Sympathy. Sympathy that begins and ends In Up service U of little help to any of us. Gossip, Just the 8ame. "Do only difference wealth makes to somo families," suld Uncle Ebeu, "Is a chanco to gossip on a front porch LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. instead ot over de back fence." tounljr Court Days. IMchmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monde;. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday NIcholasville, 3rd. Monday. MU Sterling, 3rd, Monday. POSTED time-trie- Are you In favor of the proposed Constitutional Amendment to Section 171 of the Constitution o f Kentucky which proposed Amendment will extend Ui power to the General Assembly to enact laws to divide property into classes for the purpose of tax. atlon and to determine what class or classes of property shall be subject ta Local Tax atlon and to exempt from Taxation bonds of the State and of Counties municipalities and taxing and School Districts, and which Amendment provides that laws passed pursuant to said Amendment, shall be subject to the referendum power of the people? , Garrard County near Uuena Vista, on good pike, six miles to on the Queen & Crescent Itailroad, a good town with fine school, Bank, large mill and a number of large mercantile establishments, liuena Vista also has school, churches and good general stores and a good community. The land lays especially well, is In high state of cultivation. There has never been any tobacco grown on this farm and mote than two thirds of the farm will grow a fine quality of White Burley Tobacco and a Hailroad station, Burgin, Ky "NO BETTER TOBACCO LAND IN THE WUITEBURLEY DISTRICT". Our highest priced tobacco Is grown In this section of Garrard County. The greater portion of this farm Is in grass and has been well cared for, years. This land will aim produce fine hemp and Is considered by the best for farmers in that section to be the best wheat land fn Garrard County. The farm la extra well W$redby 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 and a beautiful building site on the pike. This Is the best tenant proposition In a Urge territory, as very little money Is Invested In buildings., Price for quick sale $90.00 and sure enough bargain. Quite a lot of valuable tlmbsr on the fann. splendid yield. d Ktoa!UL Dyspasia Tablet Somerset, Srd.Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER, 4th. Monday Winchester, 4th. Monday, Monticello, 4th. Monday, Versailles. 4th. Monday, Yes...D No.