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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 4, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915110401_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 4, 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. PURE REMOJOA, UNIARMMIED TWJNTT SIXTIf YEAR NTRAL RECORD. DEMOCRACY AND OOOD QOVERNMEM. NUMBER 31. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER 4. 1915. Hand Us That $. Commercial Club Metis Tonight. Remember the Pie aupper at Herring Schccl home, Friday nlsht, Nov. 12th. There will be an entertainment at the Sunnyslde School house, Saturday night Nov. 13th at 0:30 p. m. Admls- lion adult i ICc, children 10c The Fourth district meeting of the Women' Clubs will meet here next Meeting opens at nine Saturday. o'clock and tee public Is cordially in vlted. LOST:-OStanford pike, between White Oak and Lancaster, a black and white feather ruff. Finder please re turn to Record ofllce and receive re ward. n No Smoke No Soot, No Dirt, No Clinkers THE HflT fs TT-- t 1 Si s Our Owensboro Wagon Is the best on the market. We have a complete line of Grain Scoops and Shovels. Kemcmber the Federated Womens Club meeting to be held at the Graded School building on Saturday Nov. Cth. Meeting called to order at nine o'clock. Public Is cordially invited. WANTED RUST mriiim s Hi S000 DOZEN EGGS A1K Fresh eggs 23c, extra candied 20c. II. D. Northcott. GARRARD COUNTY GOES DEMOCRATIC BY SAFE MAJORITY STANLEY. KAUFFHAN AND BALLARD CARRY COUNTY BURNSIDE. REPUBLICAN ELECTED CIRCUIT CLERK. 13 Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. PIE SUPPER. There is to be a pie supper at West Point School Saturday evening, Nov. 6, proceeds to go for the benefit of the school. Everyone is cordially invited. MASONIC CLUB. Sj MOST EXTRAORDINARY SHOWING OF AUTUMN FOOT-WEA- R For Women You'll find here every thing new. There will be a meeting of the Ma Although counted as a Republican county, especially in a state race, Gar sonic Club members at Its club rooms next Friday evening. This is an impor rard redeemed herself last Tuesday by giving Stanley a majority of 58, electtant meeting and every member should ing II. Clay KaufTman to the legislature by a majority of 118 over his opponent, J. S. Haselden, while G. T. Ballard Jr., defeats Joe Hammond for sheriff by a be on hand. handsome majority of ISO votes. Hon. W. B. Mason, the best circuit clerk in the state was defested by Joe Burnside, Republican, by a majority of 129. BUYS GOOD MARE. Some of the Democratic fingers in this county must be worn to a frazle from Mr. Lem Teater has just pnrchased the way they scratched in the Circuit Clerk race last Tuesday. Mr. Burnside When of Mr. Mark Goins that richly and roy Is a splendid young man and is to be congratulated upon his victory. ally bred mare "Guilty" by Ilex this county went Democratic last Tuesday, it achieved one of the greatest Peavine, with colt by side. The mare victories in its political history by defeating a united Republican party, something that was never done In a state race. Mr. A. B. Brown, he county camand colt cost Mr. Teater $250. paign chairman did some noble work for the entire ticket and much credit is due him for the great DEMOCRATIC VICTORY in Garrard county. Bothconstitu- SOME TATER. tional amendments have lost in the county and the stock law was defeated In Mr. John Hall, the Mayor of Cathole, the Paint Lick and Union precincts by nearly three to one. The returns show that only 30 Bull Moose votes were cast in the county, has just brought to this ofllce the lirgestlrlsh potato we have seen this while Pickett the Prohibition candidate received a total of 46 votes. year. It is of the Ear'y Hose variety and weighs two pounds. Can anyone beat It? AN GARRARD COUNTY'S YOTE BY PREC1NTS. The No. 19 or No. 34 will heat two or three smol1 rooms all winter with 75 bushels of coal. The No 51 or No. 56 will heat three or four rooms all winter with 81 bushels of coal. 'The No. 50 or No 38 will heat five rooms all winter with 100 bushels of coal. Florence Haselden Lancaster, - llliiil Bros., Kentucky nr. DC G. M. LYON'S STORE BUSY MSB ' Remember we carry nothing Knf the hoot V INVITATION. . m . f The Woman? Club extends a cordial PKECINTS Invitation to the teachers thruout the county to attend their district conven tion Saturday, Every subject discussed will be of interest to them but the Court Hwike one "Kentucky's War on Illiteracy" East Park West Park should be of vital importance. E. Bryantsville W. BryanUvill - watswaats gg 4? 33S3i:a.i 1-- CoTtrnor Lieut Cot Rtp'tivc o Cir. Clerk tt Sheriff. es 5 Is v g g. 3 . 5 3 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. Parks Hendren Go. Incorporated. "ABIDE WITH ME." Buckeye Danville, Kentucky. The famous hymn. "Abide With Me, Fast Falls the Eventide," was written Union by Henry Francis Lyte, a minister of the Church of England, born at Kelso, Ireland, in 1797. He wrote it when suffering from an Incurable disease which he knew must soon end his life. v. CLARK-NAYLOR. Walkers School Paint Lick Total Majority .... 216 244 153 213 176 87 88 147 94 68 137 168 128 69 167 214 124 171 182 I 206 234 147 214 169 87 P6 149 64 143 226 176 245 135 ,166 66 220 165 167 213 88 125 84 161 153 214 109 118 126 166 126 ,68 170 2141 1271 165 168 211 199 147 217 164 84 85 142 148 221 143 71 171 220 130 179 89 184 129 230 122 254 162 169 122 64 226 167 170 91 210 88 125 172 163 107 176 180 1418'l360 1356 1398 1448 1330 1338 1467 1494 1314 42 STANLEY WINS 5,000. G. M LANCASTER. LYONS. KENTUCKY. I WINDOW GLASS I I A. l i The wedding of Mr. George Naylor to Miss Nannie Clark was solemnized at the home of Itev. Tinder last Thurs day morning at ten o'clock, Ilrother Tinder officiating. Miss Clark is daughter of Mr. Sim Clark of this county, is very popular and will make a worthy helpmate to the fortunate young man who has won her heart. LATEST RETURNS GIVE HIM PLURALITY OF HI IE DC 3C 1L and I I 1 PUTTY. Roof and House Paint. 8 WE ARE FROM MISSOURI. 1 I 1 I tit I In and Out Floor Paint. 1 ) Danville, Ky The gentleman at work on the new hotel proposition have the plans all made, and they're now being scrutinized by the fire insurance people. It is their intention to build an absolutely fire-prohouse, and in ordir to reach this end have submitted the plans to the insurance companies' I hi Stormes Drug1 Store Most Go inspectors for suggestions. That the hotel will be built there seems now to be absolutely no doubt. OUR SICK. With all counties in the stnte heard from, Democratic head quarters give Stanley's minimum majority of 5.000 and claims his safe election together with the entire Democratic State ticket, The majority is "not so deep ns a well, nor so wide as n church dcor, hut 'tis enough twill serve . Kentucky has elected Mr. Stanley, not primarily rcrause he is a Democrat, but because it has taken him at his word, and his election means the end of in visible government, the wiping out of the State's debt, the betterment of its schools, the building of the State's roads, and n new system of taxation. Mr. Stanley was a presidental elector in 1000. and two jears later was elected to Congress for the first time from the Setond Kentucky district composed of the counties of Christian, Daviess, Hancock. Hen derson. Hopkins, McLean. Union and Webster. He served that district in Congress for six consecutive terms, declining to stand for mnkinU the race for the Democratic nomination for United in States Senator in August of thnt year. He was defeated by J. C, W. Beckham, and a short while later began his race for the Democratic nomination for Governor, defeating Harry McChesney, his nearest opponent, by 37.8G3 votes. OFFICIAL BOARD MEETING. BARN BURNS. 1 Of Your Earnings I : for Eatables So why not see 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 night be of service to to deal in grocery goodness. How well it succeeds is a matter for each customer to decide personally. you-.beca- use Mrs. June Ilallew who suffered from a fall at the home of her daughter Mrs Joseph Durnside, one day last week, Is M still confined to her bed. Owing to her extreme oge, being nearly ninety, she will probably beconflncd to her room forseveral weeks. Master Clayton Morrow, son of Mr, and Mrs. E. W. Morrow, Is confined to his homo with typhoid fever, but at this writing we are glad to announce W that he la doing nicely. Friends of Mrs. Itobert llurton will be distressed to learn that she lies In critical condition at her home near McCreary. Mrs. Burton has been sink Ing rapidly for the past few dsys. f f A VALUABLE DOG. C We opinion. would be glad to have YOUR . S Theo Currey. I Mr. V. A. Lear always knew that he possessed a valuable dog In "Fido"but be nevtr realized his financial worth un til last week when he refused a cash offer of $165 for him. Fido Is considered by every one to be the best driver that was ever known and often shows human Intelligence while performing these duties. Mr. Lear says that he can do the work of six boys or men and Is always glad to do It. lie will go ahead nd stand In a lane or gate thst he sees pen and ntver allows one to go thru. Mr. Lear Is Justly proud of "Hido". Last Thursday afternoon, from some unknown cause, the barn of Mr. J, I. Hamilton, located in the rear of his premises on Lexington street, caught fire in the roof and was almost totally destroyed. The fire department responded readily, but not until the MACCABEES TO MEET. roof and loft was burned. The loss Is State Commander Mr M.K. Elkin Is in about $300 with no Insurance. city in the interest of the Macca the He asks us bea Lodge of this place. state that a meeting of this lodge will STANFORD ROAD COMPLETED be held In the (Odd Fellows hall next The Stanford road from the city Friday evening, when several candidates win be initiated, A full meeting limits to the Lincoln county line near of the entire membership Is asked to White Oak has been completed under the State Aid law and we now believe be present on this occasion. we have In this road one of the best In the state. This road is on the Boone WINS FIRST PRIZE. Highway and while quite expensive, It Mr. S. L. Allen, of Lagrange, Ky, must be remembered that the connty and of Mr. J. It. Mount, of bears only one half of the expense, this city, won the first prize given by while the other is put up at the exthe Cincinnati Commercial Tribune In pense of the state. Mr. Freeman was the Oooklovers Picture game. The tha state's supervisor in remodeling prite was well worth striving for, be- this road and that be understands his ing 11,000 In gold and Mr. Allen Is to business, ia evidenced by the fact of his good work. Hughes and Ware bay be congratulated upon his winnings. A capital likeness of Mr. Allen ap the contract for rebuilding the Lexingpeared In, last Monday's Issue of the ton road, under state specifications and have about four miles completed. Commercial Tribui. j. A meeting of the oflicial board of the Christian church will be held at its regular meeting place next Wednesday afternoon. A full attendence of the board Is asked for this meeting. i Before you buy your come and let us show you the famous It's many popular features and other points you should not over-loo- k when selecting a Cooking stove. GLOBE W Lancaster, Ky. J. ROMANS. Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Nov 4, 1915; A PASSE HERO Job had his troubles, yes, Indeed; That's what ho was created for But still he never had to read All day about the foreign war. Job's luck, It certainly was bad; It followed him where er he went; But at Its worst ha never had To read a comic supplement. Job had to fight his way through life, His battle tales would All a book; ' But still 'twas imitation st(ife-I- le never had to fire the cook. Job's troubles sought him everywhere, They came to him from near and far; But still he had no need back there To dodge the snorting motor car. Best Cough Medicine for Children. WANTED A young woman to represent the Cincinnati Chamber of Com PAINT LICK HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. (Contributed by the pupils) The October examinations are on. Professor is still wearing that green merce. Nothing to sell. 3ood pay. Ref- f Chamber merce, Cincinnati, 0. o Com- erences required. Apply at once by letter to Room 309, STOP AT OUR ft? IK GARAGE When in Danville Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Good line of Tires. Everything in Automobile Accessories. Complete ''Three years ago when I was living In Pitttbnrgh one of my children had a herd cold and couched dreadfully. Up on the advice of a druggist I purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough Rem 1 edy and it benefited him at once. find it the best cough medicine for children because It is pleasant to take. They do not object to taking it." writes Mrs. Lafayette Tuck, Homer City, Pa. This remedy contains no opium or other narcotic, and may be given to a; child as confidently as to an adult: Sold ty all dealers. tie clasp. Sam has been at school every day this week. The school Is experiencing a scarcity In artgum. Sadie 'Ralston Is wearing a new pur ple hair ribbon now. Mr. Wylle, of Wallaceton, was a re cent visitor to our school. Tho southpaws have been doing some good twirling this week. Miss Nell Rice has almost enough coupons to buy a rocking chair. And after that? After a protracted fishing trip In Paint. Lick Creek, Dewey is back in school again. G. L. W. admits having taken a hike in the wee small hours, looking for the Our Buyer Has Just Returned From A Second Trip To New York Made Specially To Replenish Our Stock of Ladies Garments Which Had Been Greatly Depleted By Unusually Heavy Sales. ' I it, As A Result of These Late Purchases Our Stock Of Suits, Coats, Etc., Is Practically Entirely New. TAILORED SUITS. attractive season, At 25. we show a great many Russian effects In Fur Trimmed Broadcloths, Gardines and Whipcords, as well as the celebrated Wooltex tine of Suits. At 30 , $35., atid upwards wo show many beautiful exclusive styles of Broadcloth and Velvet Suits handsomely Fur Trimmed in the very latest Russian Effects. Among these are nbout 20 sample suits at less than regular prices. Man-Tnllorone-four- 4t I The line of Suits purchased on our second trip ore now nbout nil in stork and will be found cxtcedingly in all ways, Wc are showing many styles in Box and Russian shapes tn Gabardines, Whipcord?, Droadclothf, etc., at $15.. S17.50, $19.75, both tailored and Fur Trimmed Suits values that would not have been possible early in the MARKSBURY Mr. Fountain Fox is ill at the home of his son Mr. Robt Fox. Miss Lillle Wilmot has been the charming guest of Miss Beula Sutton. Mr. Jno Brown and son of III., are guests of Mr. and Mrs James Sutton. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Flanary were Prestolite Service.' MITCHELL & SHACKELFORD. Second Street. Phone 124. Danville, Ky. Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed nowadays. It reflects good taste and 4at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. THB Central Record.- - L. & N Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. ARRIVE. guests of Mr. and Mrs. O'Hearn last week. Mr. Jim Byres and wife have return ed to Detroit after spending two weeks with Mr. Jno Royston and family. Rev. and Mrs. Mahan and Miss Eu genia Pollard will attend the Associa- tioirat Jellico Tenn, which convenes there the 16 of Nov. Miss Bertha Flannary and brother of Preacheraville, Miss Mary Barr and sister and Miss Lucretia Spurlock of Fon90 were guests of Mrs. O'Hearn and family and attended the pie supper. 'Where there's a will there is away has been proven by the teacher and pupils of Rice Academy. The school can now boast of a handsome bookcase; secured as a premium for making an order from the Larkin Co. Ed. Perkins and wife of Nicholasville moved Monday to the cottage belong' ing to .1. S. Skinner, where they will reside until getting possession of the farm which he recently purchased from W. G. Rankin, in the bend. Miss Nettle Lee Kemper is taking orders fcr the Larkin company for. the purpose of securing an invalid chair aa a premium. She right often sells little articles while lying on her bed and has many friends who will gladly assist in securing the chair, which will be so restful to the tired little body. "Inas much as ye have done it unto the least of one of these my brethren you have done it unto me". Important. Seven Sisters. The Primary room was dismissed on Wednesday afternoon, on account of Miss Bryant's illness. Is there any truth in the report that Amis sleeps with his head In a meal sack, to protect his pomp? C. is said to be wearing ahoebuttons on her dress. She blames it on the hard times induced by the war' Hearty interest is being shown in the morning readings from Dallas Lore Sharp's "The Fall of The Year". A new set of shelves has been put up in the Bookroom by our carpinteros de la escuela, Chester and John L. Mbbel and Ava will not be allowed to draw any more water, if they can't do it without snarling the cups all up. Senior Girl: Aha, Professor's got clean shirt on this morning. Professor: (indignantly), "Taint so." The white kitten stepped into an ink well. Modestine would be careful. Our ink is costing us three cents a year apiect. Some of the girls cleaned up Teacher's desk, and now he complains that he can't find anything he wants. Their la tentions were good. Our two pets. Modestine the kitten. and Sammy the mouse, had a game of tag yesterday, the score being two to one in favor of Sammy. The Senior class gave several inter esting talks on scientific subjects, on Thursday. Ora showed special aptitude in dealing with the subject of "Cotton" Frrnk LedYord, who is built on the Ichabod Crane style of architecture, is making much progress catching ball. and the other boys are letting him hold the sack. We celebrated the visit of Mrs. E. L. Woods and Miss Jennie Higgins tn our school Friday afternoon by hurry ing thru the work and dismissingearly. at four oclock. James couldn't take part in ihi ad ding competition, on account of i dreadful headache. James also blames the band for putting him out of step, in Friday's hike. Amis and Sam C. are polishing up their lanterns, as there are Istlll two fat wads, of debit slips of spelling and memory work ahead of them, and the days are getting shorter. What is it that goes up a stovepipe down and down a stovepipe down, but will not go up a stovepipe up, nor down a stovepipe upT Gordon says anybody ought to know it's an umbrella. We had to bo very quiet the nextday after the measuring party at Kirks ville school. Mr. W. had been served two suppers, thru an accident which he claims was unavoidable, and wasn't feeling very peart. The Richmond band came to the school Friday at ten, and played several selections for the entire school, after which the high school company march' ed with them to the village, to hear the Democrats, as Earle says, "talk about the Republicans". In a discussion of that interesting animal, the skunk, the Professor re marked that it wouldn't get out of any. body's way. One of the pupils said it Others tcok didn't have any iei.se exception to this statement, and aver red that the skunk bad plenty of scents. Carried. Mrs. II. D. Wallace dropped in to see us about noon one day, and caught U' in one of our infrequent spasms of housecleaning. The boards were made to look so clean and unnatural that Prof, Waterbury timidly asked per mission of the girls to write on them, that is, the boards. LADIES COATS We call special attention $25. $27.50. $32.50. $35, $37.50. $10., scarce. We show more than TWENTY Also scores of latest ideas to our new line of PLUSH AND VELOUR FUR TRIMMED COATS at $45 and 50. These are absolutely the latest in dressy wraps and are very STYLES. in Wooltex and other Woolen Coats at every price from $0.75 to $10. FURS AND FUR TRIMMINGS. cheap. Our stock of real FURS were bought in the summer before the fur craze struck the country, and were bought Most of these we are selling at prices less than w could buy them now. Special values in Hudson Seal. Beaver. Natural Skunk, real Minks, Black Lynx, Fur trimmings in Beaver, Seal, Coney, Opossum, etc from 40c per yard up. etc NEW WAISTS. Many new Skirt Waists in Crepe de Chene, Georgette Crepe, Taffetas, Lace and fancies $2.00 to $15.00. at every price from NEW DRESSES. An unusually attractive line of Serge and Silk combination dresses Also Silk, Crepe Meteor and Velvet Dresses from $10.00 to $45 00. at $0.00, $7.50, $9.00 $12.50 and upwards. A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO. The Store Shat Sells Wooltex. DANVILLE, - KENTUCKY. Best Man's Advice. Tho Bridegroom (Just before the ceremony) "I must tako a bracer, but 1 don't want to overdo It How much ought I to tako. old fellow?" Best Man "Well, 1 should keep on taking 'm till' I didn't care whether I was married or not" Life. Capital Offenses. are opposed to capital punishment!" "Yes; even In Its mildest form. I don't even . approve the writers and speakers who begtn every other sentence with a capital I." "You 4 President LUTHER STIVERS. Vice President s. CHARLES CONNER. It. E. HEATTY. Bear in mind that Chamberlain's Tablets not only move the bowels but To Maysvilie, connecting at Richmond improve the appetite and strengthen with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; the digestion. For sale by all dealers. at Winchester with C & 0 to Lexing ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Hamilton Valley. Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 101 5:00:a. m. Miss Maudie Parker has returned To Rowland & Stanford connecting home from Paris. Mr. E. D. Cooley was in Frankfort at Rowland, L & N to all points South last Monday on business. No 28; 11:04 a. m. Mr. Joe Lear has moved to his ntw To Richmond, connecting with L & completed. N to Irvine & Beattyvil'e, Lexington house be has just Mrs. Ebb Bentley was the guest of & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville, Mrs. Melvin Stinnett Sunday. No 70; 11:50 a. m. Miss Anna Hawley was the guest of To Richmond, connecting with fait No 71; 8:35 a. m. Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Company Anglin Avenue South Bromlwny Versailles Intcrurban Entrance Try This, Daughters. Papa "Why, hang It, girl, that fellow only earns nine dollars a week!" Pleading Daughter "Yes; but, daddy, dear, a week passes so quickly when you'ro fond of ono another." Judge. Ruse That Is Forbidden. Soldiers are forbidden by Interna, tlonal law to pretend to be dead or wounded with tho object of taking tho enemy at a disadvantage. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. WILL II. HARP. Assistant Manager. BOB PAYNE. Bookkeeper. Courteous Service. homefolks Saturday and Sunday. Misses Maggie Carter and Cora Hoop To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon were the guest of relatives at Buckeye Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling last week. Green, and at Bardstown Junction to Mr. and Mrs. John Kinnard were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Shaw Bardstown & Springfield. last Sunday. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast Mr Richard Lear bought a farm from Mr. Lenk Lakes near Carteraville train to Bristol & Atlanta. price unknown. Mrs. Fannie Hawley and daughters. Misses Brunette and Itena were the guest of Mr. 'and Mrs. B. G. Smith last Sunday. train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. &Fe The Southern Railway is the direct line to Asheville,Aiken,Augusta,Char-leston- , Columbia, Savannah, Summer ville and other southern resorts. Backache Miss Myrtle Cothrum, o! Russellvlllc', Ala., says: "For nearly a year, I suffered with terrible backache, pains In my limbs, and my head ached nearly all the time. Our family doctor treated me, but only gave me temporary relief. I was certainly In bad health. My school teacher advised me to Time Table. Danville, Ky. North-boun- Southern Rail Road. No. 10 No. 4 Travel there on the "St. Louis Special" equipped with electric Hunted Btecrcoachcs, through drawing room sleeping cars to Jacksonville and new dining car service to Asheville, and from Asheville to Jacksonville. The trip via Asheville is through "The Land of the Sky", the only Gcenic route to Florida. Very low s' fares nnd winter tourists' fares now in effect; with stopovers and other special features. home-seeker- CARTHAGE WOMAN a.m. No. 28 No. 14 No. No. C She took Mayr's Wonderful Remedy Just a few doses and found herself EASY WAY TO MAKE restored. 2 In fact, Mrs, Duke'a recovery was p.m. so rapid she was afraid HAIR ATTRACTIVE. that It could No. 12 p.m. be only temporary. So she waited from September, when she took the Ladies who find trouble in properly remedy, until the following February or attractively arranging and dressing No. 5 L o c a 1 Express, to pass judgment. Then sbo wrote: 11:05 a.m. dally ,. . i wivir iiai i Bijuuiu ll usiiik unio . an- No. 11 Royal Palm, dally..! 1:20 a.m. while and No. 1 New Orleans Lim note the remarkable improvement lost September. I feel better than 11:35 a.m. have la five years. ited, daily Parisian Sage, which can be obtained My weight was 12714 pounds: now from R. E. McRoberts or any drug No. 13 Carolina Special, dally 10:15 p.m. It Is 147V4, and I can eat anything I counter, makes the hair soft, lustrous, want I sleep well at night I would fluffy and wavy, takes out the dull, SpeNo. 3 have written before, but I wanted to 11:35 p.m. see bow I got along." cial, dally lifeless appearance, disolves the danNo. 0 Florida Spe Mayr's Wonderful Remedy sires per druff and stimulates the hair roots Into Instead of 11:52 p.m. manent results for stomach, liver and healthy normal action. cial, dally Intestinal ailments. Eat as much and merely sprinkling the hslr, It should No. 27 Blue Grass Spewhatever you like. No more distress be rubbed right into (he scalp with the cial, daily except pressure In tho Sunday, arrives- - 8:15 p.m. after eating, around theof gas (let one finger tips. Parisian Sage Is a delightstomach and heart For rates, .routes and Information bottle of your druggist now and try it ful treatment for both hair and scalp, call upon or address M. J. Coughlin, on an absolute guarantee it not satis cannot possibly Injure the hair and Is factory money will be returned. very inexpensive. agent; 'phone 346. o.m p.m. South-boun- Cincinnati Express, 4:30 daily Spe 0:03 cial, dally Blue Grass Special, dally except Sun6:08 Carolina Special, 7:00 dally Local Express, daily 1:35 Cincinnati Limited, 5:20 daily Royal Palm, daily.. 5:37 TELLS HAPPY STORY Oct full Information and fares from the oouuicrn gcni, or wnic to U. M.Todd, iiiricU'aiMnrAffnt,Louitvillc,Ky. y. lKtfV Mrs. Laura a.m. was a victim Duke of Carthage, Tenn., of stomach disorders for soveral years. She lost appetite and a.m. her weight fell oft. She could not rest outhern PdrMllR cmricp usurv at night TAKE or TM? SOUTH Cardui The Woman's Tonic two bottles, In all, and was cured. I shall I took ore troubled with heartburn, Rises and a distressed feeling alter eating take a before and after each meal and you will obtain prompt relief. Sold only by us,25o, R. E. McRobtrts If You THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. ZKtit4",tM. Y Capitol $50,000. A. It always praise Cardui to sick and suffering wo- Surplus $30,000. Vice men." Ilyousullerfrom pains peculiar to weak wome- -, r::h as headache, backache, or other symptoms of womanly trouble, or If you merely need a tonic (or that tired, feelnervous, worn-o- ut ing, try Cardui. fin 1 Regular. "I don't see why you always call Doctor Pomp, especially when the cose Isn't serious." "Isn't serious? Every case Is serious, and Doctor Pomp has burled our family as far back aa I can remember." Judge. Dally Thought Contentment, aa It Is a short road and pleasant, hai great delight and tittle touble-Eplctetus. )ENUY. President J. E. STORMES. Pres't Hook-Keepe- r. It 1 Juoky, Ass't Cashier. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. J. L. Gill, Safety Samual Deposit WE SOLICIT Alex Boxei YOUR R. Denny, GUI. Dr. For J. H. Rent. BUSINESS. W. Pdsey, J. E. M. Elliott, Directors. , 338 D. Cochran. Stormes, S. C. Dtnny, J. L. Central Record, Thursday Nov 4, 1915 m Page 3 COLDS AFFECT THE KIDNEYS Man IIOGWALLOW NEWS. (Hogwaltow PUBLIC SALE OF Uncciler People Hare Found This to be Trot. Kentucklan) DAIRY and CREAMERY FEED THE DRY Are you wretched in bad waather? Does every cold settle on your kid' neysT Does your back ( Cricket Hicks Is preparing to warm BEAUTIFUL DANVILLE FAIR GROUNDS his feet as soon as tho weather gets We will offer for sale at public auc cold enough. tfon In front of the court hquse door In Atlas Peck has returned from the Danville, Ky, on county court day, He was ac Calf Ribs neighborhood. companied by a cow. Kit Smith's two dogs followed him to tho still house yeslerdsy but got tired of waiting and went home. Atlas Peck went to preaching at Dog Hill last last Sunday. He came away glad that the preacher didn't get pay by the hour. ' The postmaster Is making all neces ach and become and bus- November 15, 1015. t weak? Are urinary passages Irrrgdlar distressing? Theie aymptomi nre cause to pect kidney weakness. COWS. - Weakened kldneva need quick help. Doan'a Kidney Pills are especially prepared lor weakened kidneyi. Lancaster people commend them. C T. llrummett, grocer, Crab Orchard, St., Lancaster, aays: "Nearly every spring I uie Doan'a Kidney 1'illa to keep me In good health. During the winter, colda aettle on my bsck nnd cauaci palna through my kldneva. Doan'a Kidney Pills stop the palm and make my kldneya normal." y Trice 60c, at all dealera. Don't aak for a kidney remedy get Doan'a Kidney l'llli-t- he aame that Mr. Co.. Prips., mett had. aim-plFoater-Mllburn Pays to Have Animals In Good Condi tion at Calving Time. Milk Insurance? Probably you have not benrd It called that, but feeding n dry cow 1 Insurance ngalnst next year's low yield, and nothing else, writes George Lrtlo In llio Country Gentleman. Visiting farms all out tlio United States, I hate often had Intel Ilgcnt men tell me It "cost enough to feed tbo conn when they wcro milking without paying for grain to put Into tbcm when tbry wcro dry and doing nothing." They do not realize that nothing on four feet Is nearer ierxtual motion than the dairy row, milking or dry. The dry cow Is doing three things building up the calf tody, storing up flesh, not fat, to draw Uon when she HufTalo, N. Y. COY Mrs. Mary A. Sandera la reported quito ill. Mr. Karl Uroaddus la quite alck at this writing. Mr. Karl Mobcrlv ii slowly Improving at thla writing. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis McMillan were visitors of Mr. John Kay and family. Mrs. Nancy Moberly spent last week with her daughter Mrs. Johnson Speaks Mrs. Willie Moberly was at the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Hob llurton. who Is quite ill. Miss Gertrude McQuerry was the attractive guest of Mist Eulalah Montgomery of Lock No. 8. Mr. and Mra. John Roberts and daughter, lieulah, were the guest of Mrs. Mary Sandera the past wvek. Sanders liros delivered 40 head of fat hogs to V. A. Lear last Monday at 7.10 per lb. Joe Aldridge delivered to same party a bunch for C7c per cwL Mrs. Sallle Sandera of Hvattaville, Mrs. Henry Sandera and little daughter Daisy Ilrooks of Point Leavell were the pleasant guests of Mrs. Mary Sanders and family last week. DespoB&acy Due lo Iniiicillon. s 4 j 4 t i f s f i 4 The CKltln on the Island of Ouern- r, also on the neighboring Ulanda of Jere" and Aldcrner, were undoubtedly Imported orlgl- lully from Normandy, Thcro was a divergence. In breeding, however, and, while the Jereejrman sought to breed a row (r rrcal besuty, me (luerneeyman stuck to Ma yellow and while cow, nrm In hie faith In her ability to brine profits. The law prevents the. Importation of for- elgn rattle, o the, Guernsey breed has remained pure. The picture ahows a Ouernsey row. b 4 j S 8 s v j 9 & y sary preparations to sweep out the postollice, as the inspector is fearej within a few days. Raz Uarlow reports having spent a pleasant day at Tickvllle Thursday where he ate two cans of sardines and saw a pretty woman. Little Kidlty Flinders got a new pair of ahoes Wednesday and is preparing to wear them oyer to Rounding I) i lows to show them, to his grandma. The Excelsior Fiddling Rand wilt as he serenade Poke Eazley was seen coming from the Hog Ford still house today with a fresh Jug. While over at Tickvllle the other day the Old Miser of Musket Ridge en couraged a blind man by asking the the price of the shoestrings he was selling. Fletcher Henstep has traded for a new cow. He .got the best or the bargain as he awopped a cow that had only one horn for one that had two good ones. The postmaster sees where the government Is about to lend the allies a half billion dollars. He thinks we hsd better mind how we let strangers have money. In giving his opinion of the suffragette business Tobe Moseley the other morning stated that there was enough argument already around the house without adding politics. I at 2 o'clock, P. M., the Danville fair grounds, located less than a quarter of a mile from the city limits on the road. The property contains about forty acres of land and is joined immediately on the oast by West Danville, a new subdivision, which has now been almost entirely built up. Streets run up to the grounds which are sub ject to subdivision and sale as desirable building lots. The grounds are the most beautiful in the state and splen didly Improved. The front section of more than twenty acres Is a beautiful woodland and would be unsurpassed for a magnificent country home. It Is immediately opposite the country estate of Col. Robert G. Evans. The improvements consist of a residence, a numberof large barns, an amphitheatre, large grand atand, and outbuildings. The place is well watered with two wells and a cistern. Terms mode known on day of sale. Danville Fair Association. G. B. ROBINSON, President, Danville, Kentucky, Col. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. le Found It In Louisville, l told you last week how I had been looking for something good to bring you people and how I had finally found it. Well here's the story. About three months ago when I was up in Louisville, I was talking to my son and he told me that he had just heard of a new device that was called a Butter Separator. He said he had heard it claimed that this Butter Separator could produce butter from sweet or sour cream or any kind of cream in two or three? minutes time. That the principle upon which it worked was entirely new and that the butter it produced was vastly superior to any butter made In a "churn." PLEASANT corn. HILL. Farmers are very busy gathering The whooping cough is rsging in this section now. Miss Leota Ray and the Misses Hoop's visited Mrs. Cleo Ray, Thursday. Mrs. Ed Grow and mother, Mrs Scott visited Mrs. Luther Raney Friday. Mesdames Sale Hurt and Alex Ray spent Monday with Mrs. Mike Ray. Mr. Preston Snyder and family visit ed Mr. and Mrs. Morris Long Sunday. Mrs. Preston Snyder and children visited her mother at Nina last week. Mr. and Mra. Marian Sebastian and son visited Mr. Raymond Burchel the first of the week. Mr. und Mrs. Elijah McMiilon visited her falher, Mr. John Ray, Saturday night and Sunday. Mrs. Luther Raney and Mrs. L. B. Raney and daughter spent Tuesday with Mrs. Hiram Ray. Mr. Lottie Raney and family Mr. Cleo Ray and family spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Moms Long. Mr. Nelse Davis and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Newt Grow Sunday and attended preaching nt thla place. Mr. and Smith Hurt and ter, Christine Moberly visited Mr. and Mrs. Sale Hurt Saturday and Sunday. grand-daugh It Is not at all surprising that peraona who have indigestion become discouraged and despondent. Here are a few words of hope and cheer for them by Mrs. Illancha Dowers, Indiana, 1'a. "For yeara my digestion was so poor that I could only eat the lightest foods. I tried every thing that I heard of to get relief, but not until about a year ago when I saw Chamberlain's Tablets advsrtised and got bottle of them, did I find the right treatment. I soon began to improve, and since taking, a few bottles of them my digestion is fine." For sale by all dealers. PREACHERS VILLE Mr. Arthur Miller Is convalescent. Miss Msggie Arnold has been alck. Mra. Wm. Dyehouse Is some better. Mrs. Pado Parks has been complain- ing. Mrs. It. P. White visited her parents Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Carpenter Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress and family have been visiting Mr. Joseph Smith, tomes In. and keeping up her own bod ily health. Water, hay ana cornstalks will not do thrso things, and It tbo row gets nothing elso the milk palls will not bo bo full by many dozen quarts when slio comes la. When, after a couple of months of fairly good yield, your cow begins to slacken off Instead of keeping on and doing well for ten months, you bavo evldenro that abo waa not given the feed sho should bavo bad when dry. The cow builds up her owu wornout body tissues, builds the bones, blood and flesh of ber calf and makes the milk alio gives all from tbo feed you put Into her manger. While ahe U dry abe use It all for body building for herself and her calf, but If you shorten her feed It Is tbe row that goes without, not tbo calf. As a logical conse quence tbe row calves In poor flesh, and has nothing to draw upon for milk pro duction In the way of body flesh, which la mainly protein, and can mako only tho milk you give her feed for, which is not all she is capable of. Tbe cow that Is fed well while dry lays by a store of red flesh, and when she calves she has that to draw upon for weeks, thus allowing you to feed ber lightly at first and then more heavily, so that sbe comes to her full flow at about the same tlnio tbo straw fed cow begins to shrink. Up to two weeks before ralvlng tbe dry cow should be given the ration she la fed to make milk: then It should Iw changed to equal parts of ground oata and wheat bran, with, a small amount. about half a IkjuikI, of Unseed oil meal. It la assumed that bran and llnscrd form part of tbo milking ration. Roughage and succulence tho row should have always, but tho silage or roots or beet pulp can !o decreased while alio Is dry. CAUSE OF ROPY MILK. Usually Duo to Unclasn Dairy Utensils. Stringy or ropy milk Is usually duo to a certain class of bacteria which work upon tho casein nnd albuminoids of the milk, bays Itoard'a Dulrymun. They get Into It from palls, tauka. vats or other milking utcmtlls and give to tbe milk or cream a stringy consistency. Sometimes this Infection can be traced to cattle wadbig In sloughs or marshes. Iu such cases no doubt tho bacteria aro carried ou tbo udder aud teats, and at tbo next milking tbe freshly drawn milk Is infected. If a ueollo is dipped Into such milk and tbeu lifted somo of It will bo raised In long threads. Tho remedy for this trouble Is clean milking utensiu nnd containers and an aroldanco of the above mentioned sloughs. This is only one of tho many reasons for scnldtng. cither with boiling water or steam, all milk containers Condition While Atlas Peck was over at Rye Straw yesterday buying some winter supplies he met a friend he had not aeen in fifty years. The man recognized Atlas by the hst he wore. A lively shooting affray took place at the dance on Gimlet Creek Saturday night, but.the excelsior Fiddling Rand was making so much noise only a few close bystanders could hear it. Miss Flutie Belcher has written to the wholesste millinery houses at Chicago, asking to be shown all their new styles In hats, as she wants to select one before they are all picked over. Luke Mathewsla and Jefferson Pot- lock were seen tslking private business in a fence corner today. Slim Pickens tried to slip up close and hear what they were saying but when they saw him they stopped talking. The Dog Hill church has been kept open during the week days for the benefit of tbe general public, in rc- eordance with a movement that has been started by the big city churches, and will hereafter have to be kept closed except on Sundays, unless the hog law is enforced. Remarkable Core of Croop. when my little boy had croup I got him a bottle of Chamber-Iain'- s Cough Remedy. I honestly believe it saved his life," writes Mrs. J. D. Cook, Indiana, Pa, "It cut the pelegm and relieved his coughing spells. I am most grateful for what this remedy has dome for him." For sale by all dealers. Use Turpentine on Tiles. Often the tiles In a hearth become so stained that water will not clean them. Try rubbing them with a piece of flannel soaked In turpentine, then polish with a dry cloth. Tho tiles will soon look fresh and now. Too Much to Imagine. Reason why men are never sponsors at launching Is they couldn't be induced to waste a bottle of champagne on n vessel's prow. It was suggested that we go around and see this Butter Separator and so somewhat reluctantly and full of disbelief, I went around to see it. It was a simple looking affair without a top and it seemed absurb to claim that this thing could make, butter. They then brought in some ordinary cream and sure enough in less1 than two minutes from the time they started to operate the Separator there was butter. And such butter as this was. It was made up of thousands of little round globules, smaller than a pea. It was dry, flaky, almost mealy and had none of that salvy greasy appearance that is so characteristic of butter made in a "churn," It was altogether the finest butter I ever saw and the best butter I ever tasted. After I had seen this Butter Separator work, af- o "Last winter "No- !- at Ilrodhead. Mrs. Grover Gaitineau and children, of Point Leavell, visited her father, Mr. John Naylor. Rev. J. K. Itoblnson preached Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night at the Methodist church. Services Saturday night, Sunday and Sunday night at the Bsptist church by the pastor, Rev. J. M. Hogers. Mr. John Cummins and family, of Tyrone distillery, near Lawrenceburg, visited Mr, and Mrs. II. G. Cummins. News reached here of the death of little Polly Ellen Woo ten. aged three years, from dlptheria, at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wooten, of Spalney, Ky. The little girl was unusually bright and much aympathy la felt for the unfortunate parents in the loss of their only child. Mr. Jamea Payne has returned from Lebanon Junction where he went to attend the burial of his brother, Mr. J. T. Payne, who was killed by a train. Deceased formerly lived here and at He was a prominent Macs-be- e Rowland. He Is survived and Odd Fellow. by a large family, all of whom are grown. Deceased was a cousin to the writer ard was a mostexceller.tgentle-man- , Peaco a kind, Indulgent father. to his ashes. ISaid Calumet!' produced, after I had been shown how this Butter Separator was to be made the foundation of a movement that would revolutionize the entire butter making system now in use and enable every farmer or farmer's wife to get a good deal more money for the butter they were making, right then I knew that this was the one proposition that I had been looking for. I have had to wait three months before I could get any of these Separators but by next week I will have some of them and by the week after next, I will be ready to supply everybody. So you can watch this space again next week to learn a lot more about this wonderful New Butter Separator. Any of you people who are interested in making better butter and in getting more money for it, can arrange to have one of the first demonstrations and secure one of the first Separators, by calling me up (Phone No. 332) or writing me a card or stopping me on the street and telling me when you will be ready to have me come out to your place and make butter for you in two or three minutes time from your ter I had seen for myself the vastly superior butter it "I want what I ask for I know what it would mean to go home without Mother won't take it. she a sore ot chances sure of light, Calumet wholesome, tssty Mt- posture, uni Inn of form results of purity and economy, loa try DOES THIS FIT CALUMET Baking Powder by aside your favorite brand once and you 11 never go back to IU calu met Is the worlds best Raking Pon tic! it s moder ate In price. ReeerfedHlakeat Award. Srm C.J ftu-- ia YOUR HORSE and for practicing scrupulous cleanliness in milking and handling tbo milk, reed dors not affect this trouble. Is be .luinl.u r oruuihrllir. RI1EUHA FOR RHEUMATISM. No matter how many remedies you bave tried and failed to get relief, one trail of Rheuma will convince you that sciatica t nd all forms of rheumatism can be permanently cured. R. E. and all druggists sell It for SO cents. "I was so crippled with sciatic rheumatism I could not walk. Three bottles of Rheums permanently cured me." Guy Turlsy, St. Paul, Minn. Rbeuraa gets right Into the blood, dissolves the uric acid crystals and panes them through the kidneys and bowels. This Is the best way to cure: rheumatism. The manufacturers guarantee It. of equal parts of dried brewers' grams and ground oats or brau. At $20 per ton tbo dried brewers grains Is tbe cheapest feed, but tho oats or bran will add variety nnd lighten up tbe ration. If no silage Is fed It may be deslrablo to feed from a half ioiind to a pound of oil meal dally, possibly adding corn and cub meal to tbo regular grain ration. Hoard's Dairyman. Ration For tho Dull. A good ration for tbo bull will con o sist of all tbo clover bay bo will without waste and ten to fifteen pounds of good silage. If tbo bull Is at heavy scrvlco or It Is necessary In or der to keep him In good condition feed sufficient of a grain mixture constating Does he look rough s muahr or offensive emelllcg .tool.. rolled with wholegrains. eat deeaTed wood, earth or soiled heddlngf Has be a capricious appetite, does be pats thick aud cloudy urlnef II so he baa catarrh ot the bowels ceu.ed by exposure to rslnv weatber, or or oter feeding. Ultra him own cream. CAL-SIN- O 2J Hit Horse Restorative a real medicinal powder made ei- ret. It to cure these f o build up run downdisorders, and systems. 11 ,Wh experience, in selling all kinds lead to always recommaad r uv Is the best laxatlrtr YtarVof iept. Ask us regulates nutrition. and Isageneral health and strength promoter. a. small quantity given with the lood loosens and eipells clogged catarrhal aud stagnant waste matter from the bowels and KNOCKS out WOKM8. Try II once, you'll use II always. Comes futoe cans: II pound palls , It.oo. CAL-SINCOLIC CURK glvss quick relief without slopping tbt bowels Ilka most others do. tlx dose bottle o i sl doss bottle It.M. (UL-81MDISTKMrilt, UOUUIt AND 1IKAVK HKUKDY Is mads of the Hunt drugs sod will positively euro distemper and bests.. Large bottle II os Mo. C. C. & R. H. Batson I Cheap and big canBaking Powders do not It's Pare tare you money. Calomstdo and far superior to sour milk and soda. Lancaster, Ky. T as the safest, surest and most aatiatao. terj. 8cM only by U, 10 cU, R. J. E. STORHES, DrnnUt t LANCA9TKR, KY. McRobsrts . Page 4 The Central Record, Thursday Nov 4 19 5. 1 s uits, Coats, Dresses -- 4) I It 1037 That Please The Most Fastidious are to be found at I- - I I I : J. E. Styles are Correct. CHARRED BODY Of Unknown Man Found DICKERSON. LANCASTER DOLLING Prices the Lowest. The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a year. $5,000 PAID FOR Of UP OLDEST RED MAN INDORSES TANLAC Remedy Filled Him With New la Ruins KENTUCKY BRED BULL. Straw Stack. Close to one thousand persons at tended the sale. According to Hereford breeders the cattle offered were the best FRAZIER HURT let ever led into a sales ring. Some of .10 Cards, per, line the biggest herds of Missouri, Kentucky BUYS INTEREST IN FLOUR MILL all publications in the interMinnesota, Kansas, Iowa and other est of individuals or expresLeaves Soon With Family For Asheville, states were shown. sion of individual views, per At the last American Royal, in 1913, N.C. 10 line..., the Hereford sale averaged $285 and Obituaries, per line 05J the highest price paid was $1,975. It is with regret that we announce G. Hurt nnd family will that Mr. F. We are authorized to announce Miss move shortly to Asheville, N. C, where IMPORTANT NEWS Jennie Higgins a candidate for County they will make their future home. Mr School Superintendent of Garrard Hurt has recently bought an interest FROM OUTSIDE. County, subject to the action of the In n large flour mill in that city and the Here is positive proof of good times company with which he will be connect Democratic primary August 1917. ed has just been capitalized for $75,000. and the success possible for an article The new mill will have a capacity of of honest value, when backed by good advertising in the right newspapers. FEDERATED WOMENS CLUBS 300 barrels of flour and 1,200 bushels If there has ever been any question of corn meal per day, while a feed milling plant will be conducted in con in the minds of our readers regarding CONVENTION. nection therewith. Mr. Hurt will be the productiveness nf the Central Re .The annual district meeting of the the secretary of the corporation, as cord as a business building medium, Federated Womens Clubs meets here well as its business manager. He has that question is settled definitely now. We have just received a big contract Saturday at the Graded School building. recently sold his beautiful home here The meeting begins at 9 o'clock, and on "Hill Court" to Mr. Roy Schooler for advertising space from the Calumet the public Is cordially Invited to attend and possession will be given January Baking Powder Co., manufacturers of the famous Calumet Baking Powder. both the morning and afternoon ses- 1st. Year after year at this season, they sions. make their contracts with the leading Mrs. Rooert Elkin, President of the CITY COUNCIL . publications. They advertise in thous local club civea the welcome address, INTEREST ands and thousands of newspapers SELLS Mrs. William Severance of Stanford Gives More Ajd And "Park Bean'ifuJ" throughout the country and are in a In Flour Mill And Electric Light Plant gives the response. Mrs. Theo Currey position ty know the value of n Is Cnalrman of this district, Mrs. Clay Assured. paper publicity. Last Monday afternoon, Mr. Alex Sutton, Corresponding Secretary and interest in his Mrs. Joe Paxton of Stanford the ReThe work on the Park is going right The absolute purity, the unquestioned Walker sold a cording Secretary. along. The dirt to fill up will be haul whotesomeness and wonderful economy large flour mill and electric light plant Some of the jpeftkers for the day are ed this week, then the trees will be of Calumet Baking Powder, all baked to Mr. W. B. Lee and Mr. John Hicks, Mesdames Jno. W. Hughes, Richard planted, the light standards put up the by honest advertising in the right medi both splendid gentlemen and influential Tasker Lowndes, J Q. C. McDowell greatest worK ever done to beautify. urns has succeeded in building for them citizens of this county. tremendous business and enviable The transfer will bo made January and Miss Amanda Rodes of Danville, and improve Lancaster will becomplet reputation. This year Calumet ndver the first and included in the deal is the Mrs. Alfred Zembrod, of Lexington, ed. Using will be very much different than large warehouse near the shipping pens Mrs. Harry Bishop, of Louisville, An old citizen who lived In days gone 'Misses Essie Buret) and Jennie Warren by. Mr. Lige Burnside, had great faith any of the previous years. One of the and all wheat and feed stuff on hand at of Stanford and Mesdames Hartlett and in Lancaster, and he often said, "Lan country's best character artists has the time of transfer. The sale Involves Rlpy of Lawrenceburg. It promises caster people can do any thing that created for Calumet u cute little char about $15,000 and the property is conto be an enthusiastic and helpful meet- they want to." The truth of this has acter which will amuse the youngsters sidered the most valuable in the city. ing and all clubs In the district have been proven bv the work done on the and tell the housewives in his own in Mr. WalKcrhas recently bought a large and as this will probbeen urged to send theirfull delegation. Park. By the of the coun dividual way, how to secure the best mill In Oklahoma ably take up quite a little of his time, in baking. cil. Commercial and Woman's Club as results was the reason given for selling some "SUBMARINE ATTACK ON sisted bv the citizens, the task has Mr. Hicks reof his holdings here. been accomplished which will make RETURNS cently purchased the Alex West farm Lancaster one of the prettiest towns In BOOZE." near Lancaster, containing ninety-siFROM ASHLAND PRESBYTERY . the state. Not only have the home acres and Is offering it tor sale or will The Ben Franklin Mutual Casualty folks been Interested but several who Enthusiastic Over Reception Given reit it to responsible party for the Insurance Company Is (tending out ad- have gone out into wider fields of ac Both Mr. Lee and Mr. year 1910. vertising matter from its offices in tlvity, where success has crowned Delegates. Hicks will move to town at soon as Chicago includes a copy of Safety Bul- their efforts have remembered us. and Rev. J. R. Smith and E, M. Walker homes cun be secured. letin No 5 of the Illinois Steel Com- sent aid. pany, which, under the above caption, From Chicago the busy Western City returned from the Ashland Presbytery reads as follows; SERIOUSLY WOUNDED George Mason sends a check and good last week delighted and enthusiastic "For the married man who cannot wishes. Still further West W. I. Wil over the reception and entertainment get along without drinks, the following Hams, now a prosperous man of affairs they received at the hands of the local RAYMOND MAYES, OF BUENA VISTA, Is suggested as a means of freedom sends a check. people of that thriving rity. The dele Shot By Tom Ison Near Bryantsvllle. from bondage to saloons; Herbert Klnnaird from Illinois hopes gates were we icomeu to AsjiianU by "Start a saloon in your own home. the Park will be beautiful and sends a Dr. W C. Condit, who has been thn Raymond Mayes, a well known and Be the only customer (you'll have no check to help make it so. local pastor of the Ashland church for popular young man of the Buena Vista license to pay). Go to your wife and One of the most enthusiastic of all the past fifty years and it was In his section of the county, was seriously give her two dollars to buy a gallon of our fortner citizens Is Jim Pearce now honor that the Synod was held In Ash wounded last Saturday" night near whisky, and remember there are sixty-nin- e of Junction City. land to help celebrate the Golden Bryantavilltj by a pistol shot in the drinks in a gallon. Buy your of this beloved man. The hands of Tom Hicks. According to the From the fair Southern State of drinks from no one but your wife, and Alabama, George Harris makea a Ashland Independent says; "We mod best Information that can be obtained, by the time that the first gallon Isgone donation. estly assume to speak for the entire both had attended a hallowee'n entershe will have eight dollars to put into Big hearted, prosperous Bob Hughes people of North Eastern Kentucky, tainment near Bryantsvllle and It is the bank and two dollars to start busi- from Louisville, sends congratulations when we say to you, Dr. Condi- t- pas- said that Mayes had started home in ness again. tor, leader, friend, that our admiration a buggy accompanied by a young lady and help. "Should you live ten years and conFrom our neighboring city of Dan for your attainments, our appreciation and when about one mile beyond Brytinue to buy booze from her, and then ville come gifts from Mr. Wiseman of the kind and gentle spirit in which antsvllle, was halted by Ison and told die with snakes In your boots, she will and Emmet l'uryear. They all express you have, worked, and our abiding love jne otthi.n Had to die and im havejenough money to bury you decently great pleasure that this much needed for vour personality simple, charming, mediately fired, the bullet taking, effect educate your children, buy a house and work is being done. genial will walk with you into the In Mayes breast. Two shots more were Wa fired, but missed the mark going thru lot, and marry a decent man, and quit No town in Kentucky has a finer Viillev of the Shadow of Death. thinking about you entirely. Mayor, or better Council. They stand hope and, pray thatjour Ufa. Inay ie the. bow of Mayes buggy. "NoteMost compensation laws for progress, and Improvement, along pared many years vet, that you may Mayes was hurried to the, hospital at specifically provide that no compensa- all lines. They have derided at their continue to add golden deeds to a min- Danville, where he now lies. While tion shall be paid to any employe who last meeting to help finish the payment istry that has stretched away over half his wounds are serious, his condition Is U Injured while under the Influence of on the lights for the park. century of our nation's greatest not critical and he may recover. Ison This will W. C. T. U. Insure its completion In a short time. Intoxicants." has skipped out and has not been located. achievement." Rates For Political Announcements after the shooting, Ison disappeared For Precinct and Citv Offices . . .$ 5.00 and no trace of him has been found. A large straw stack on the farm of W. H. Carson, near liurgin was burned R.L ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. to the ground Sunday night. Monday afternoon, parties who had gathered at the scene observed the charred remains Entered at the roil Offlce In Lancaster, Kj. at'second-Clai- i of s man in the smoldering flames. So Mall Matter. badly bumed was the body that it was The body impossible to identify it. Member Kentucky Press Association was taken to Harrodsburg, togethe and with a pistol, buttons and some buckles Eighth District Publishers League. which Jwere found near the body, in the hope that it may be Iden tilled. A report has gained circulation Lancaster, Ky., November 4, 1915 that the body may be that of Tom Ison who shot Ramond Mayes near Bryants ville last Saturday night. Immediately J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. t The biggest sale of pure bred Hereford cattle everheldin the Middle West, if not In the United States, was held at the American Royal Live Stock Show in Kansas City, last week, when forty-si- x head of registered Hereford brought anJaAerage, of $1,030 each. The highest price paid, $5,000, was by S, H. Velieof Kansas City, for a bull, Prince Rupert 02d, owned by W. N. Collier of Fulton, Mo., and bred by Luce & Mox-le- y of Shelbyville, Ky. The highest price paid for a heifer was $2,400 for Dorothy Perfection 3d, a 2 year-olowned by E. H.Taylor, Jr., of Frankfort. Ky., and bred by W. H Roe of Shelbyville. Ky. A B. Cook of Helena, Mont., bought the heifer. ALL MIDDLE WEST HEPHESENTED. Our good pister city, Lancaster, is rapidly coming to the front in the way of improvements. The handsome new courthouse will be completed about the first of the year and the public square will soon be thoroughly trans formed into a thing of beauty. The park in the center of the square has been encircled with concrete sidewalks. the old trees removed and handsome concrete walks made, between which In are grass plots and flowtr beds. the center thereof is being erected handsome fountain. The city council is now figuring with contractors for paving the square with vitrified brick, Danville Messenger. The reliable household Remedy Energy Good The Year Round Ready-to-ta-ke and Yigor After Many Years. Louisville, Ky Nov. 3rd. Among PB-RU-N- PHELPS. News has reached here of the death, in Paragould, Ark, of Mrs. Jack Phelps, who was a daughter of Mrs. John Mor gan, formerly Miss Abbie Yantis, of this city. Mrs. Phelps, had many relatives in this county, being a grand daughter of the late JVilliam A. Yantis. The Paragould paper contains the following; "Funeral services over the remains of the late Mrs. Jack Phelps were held at the First Christian church yesterday afternoon In the presence of on assemblage of friends that Reverend filled the large auditorium. F. C. Laslette, pastor of the church delivered a touching address in which he spoke of the splendid qualities and Christian life that Mrs. Phelps had led. Dozens of handsome floral tributes at tested the esteem inwhich the deceased was held by her friends. Following the services the body was conveyed to Lin wood cemetery for interment. John A. Morgan, father of Mrs. Phelps, and Miss Elizabeth Morgan, her sister. both of Houston, Texas, were present, Others who attended the funeral were Frank S. Yantis. of Scott City, Kar, Mack Salter, of Texarkana, Mrs. Irene Shaver, of Wynne and Hugh Phelps of JLutesvllle, Mo." TWO-THIRD "ot County Offices . 10.00 For For For For State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 Calls, per line those to indorse Tanlac recently is Fred Meinecke, a retired hardware dealer, of 2522 West Jefferson street, this city, who found speedy relief from chronic stomach trouble by use of the Mr. Meinecke, premier preparation. who is t years old and the oldest member of the Order of Red Men in Kentucky, said; "I was guttering from stomach trou- ble for many years. Finally my con dition became so serious that I was forced to retire from business. I was unable to retain even the lightest foods on my stomach, and had the inott se-vere pains imaginable in my abdominal regions after eating. I suffered from headaches, nervousness, and dizziness, nd found it difficult to sleep. "After being advised by friends to! try Tanlac, and seeing it advertised I in the newspaper, 1 decided to try it. I was astonished at the result After taking a few doses my appetite return-- , ed and I found that I could eat any- -t thing I craved with relish. The ner-- 1 vousness and dizziness disappeared and my sleep became restful and peaceful. I no longer suffer from pains in the abdomen and head. "I can do as much work now as 1 ever could and feel as well as I did 20 years ngo, before I became affected with stomach trouble. Tanlac, the premier preparation, is sold in Lancaster at R. E. McRoberta and in Bryantsvllle by Becker, Ballard and Scott. sixty-eigh1 A rOH SALD AT ALL MttKt STOfCS . 8 FOR RENT .sT-v- -i ) i 3 ' 5 i ter. Two tobacco barns,one m stock barn and good resi ;' dence. Cash rent. meadow, wheat and grazing land. The best stock wa- -j 7 6. Tobacco, hemp, corn, r r r acre iai m top rent Tor A.H.Bastin&Son W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, BASTIN. Many hearts were made sad in our community Thursday morning when the telegram, from Detroit Mich., was re ceived, that Mts. Clinton Uaitin passed away at 650 A. M. She was the daughter of Cleon Insco of Milleraburg, who with his wife. three Hons, and two daughters, together with her young husband mourn her loss. She was married to Mr. Clinton Bas- tin, Nov. 1st, 1912. After a short stay herb they moved to Detroit Michigan. home they made In their new-mad- e many friends. Mrs. ilastin was 21 years of age, and a consistent member of the Christian church. In the up building of the Christian church there, she and her husband took an active part, he being a membel of the Men's Adult Bible Class, eighteen of whom spent the entire night with him in his bereavement. She was an uctlve christian ever about her Master's business, and when this illness came upon her, five weeks ago, Blie bore it with great fortitude; when sympathizing friends showed their concern she would assure 4 Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Oflicc Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. two-thir- d For Sale a 0 x Our entire stock of MERCHANDISE as a whole. Same is a good, clean stock, having closed a very successful sale, closing out all odds and ends, through - out our entire stock. This is the best stand In Central Kentucky and we Invite any prospector to buy. We mean to sell this business as first stated In our sale bills. ' Call on or write, them she "wasn't suffering much." Her pastor. Rev. Cllngmon, accom panied Mr. Bastin and the remains to Mlllersburg Friday and remained with him, conducting funeral services in the Christian church Sunday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock, assisted by Rev. F. M. Tinder and the pastor of Millersburg church. The profusion of beautiful flowers bore mute testimony of the love and respect of her many friends. Besides her Immediate family and relatives she is mourned by a Sunday School clou of 20 little e'rU, wlm were devoted to her, and a blind woman, who lived on her street will miss the dally walks In the sunshine, together with over fifty little orphans in the Orphans home, where she frequented so often to help them dress their dolls and give a motherly caress to the motherless. How beautiful that one so young n years should havo caught the vision of active Christian service and have laid hold on the things In this life that now count for her eternal glory. While our sympathy Is extended to the bereaved young husband' and her family, we glory In a life dedicated to her Master and fully attune to His Divine plan. Becker, Ballard PHONE 27. & hmVbl BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. lentral Record, Thursday Nov 4 1915. Pasre 5 When We Say if to DRESS You BETTER lift- - j4 that wc arc showing, by far, the best values and the finest assortment of Ladles Wearing Apparel ever shown In Lancaster, we know we are not exaggerating In the least. An i 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- THE JOSEPH Quick Meal Mailable Range Gossip About vvv I MERCANTILE COMPANY, LANCASTER AS OTHERS SEE OS. For Sale Or Rent. Houso and lot on Lexington Street. Mrs. Susan Fisher. Interesting Article From The Pen Of Hon. James Maret. Exclusive Ludtes Outfitters. Miss Mattle Eetes was in Richmond Mr. J. R. Co run was in Laurel county on Monday with relatives. this week on business. Miss Scatta Pettv was called to J. E. Robinson was in Louisville Wednesday for a short stay. Oreana, Illinois, nn Wednesday by the Mrs. Griggs of Paint Licit has been illness of tier brother. visiting Miss Maggie Brown. The following; vern in Millersl'Urg A Rflf Mention of the Comlnis and Miss Mettle Reynolds was In Stanford Sunday frr the funeral of the late Mrr. Goings Ly Thou Wt Art Interested In. Clinton Castin: Elder F. il. Tinder, J--. on Sunday the guest uf relatives W. Sweeney, Mr. ami Mrs. A. II. Mr. R. II. Batson was called tin. Miss Mamie Ilastin, Mrs. Wm. Miss Elizabeth Ford was at home Louisville on business last Tuesday. Lear. Henley V. Iiastin and wife, and from' Sayre College for "Hallow'en." Misj Delia Lee Carpentei has return- - Mr' IIolbert Mint Lucille Lackey of Point Leavell from a visit to her parents in Irvine Endeav The Senior Christian is the guest of Mra. Itobert II. Ward. Society entertained the new membe . , ' r""1 about 15 In number at quite a pretty Mrs. Addie Sebaataln has returned i.fc r t c" i " reception at the Christian churcl trom n visit to relatives In Insilale. III. Master Charlet'Buslin Is in Nicholas be'"R tastily decorated for the occasion Miss Mary Elmore has been In Lexinviting refreshments were Krv villo .visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Dsn-- , ington visiting her cousin, Miss Chen-aul- t. man. li the society colors being much I Y01TLI FIND IT IN THIS CULlLliN. People At $50.00 Dollars Triple Walls JSteel, Asbestos and Steel Inside Lining, Enameled Steel to Prevent Rusting. ', '"' J. E. Mount, Son Buy a 1916 & Co. CAR STUDEBAKER 4 Cylendar $885.00 TOURING 6 Cylendar $1050.00 if i f 1' Stanford Motor Car J. W. ACEY, Co. Manager. 3 relatives. The Chautauqua Circle met Tuesday Hiss Minnie Ilrown is In Paris, Ind., afternoon at the homo of Mrs. II. F. for a visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs. Hudson. It. S. Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Arnold returned Mrs. Sarah Hurt Is at home after a to Frankfort Wednesday after a stay visit to her cousin, Mrs. Sua. Curtis with relatives. near Stanford. Judge C. A. Hardin and Hon. Miss Mamie Stormes Dunn spent n Purjear, were here for a jhort week In Nicholasville with her aunt. while last Monday, Mrs. Kd. Perkins. Mrs. Wm. Farnau and little oon. Miss Delia Tinder is at home after a have been recent gursts of Mi. and week's visit to her friend Miss Mrs. Hunks Hudson of Danville. of Lexington. Mrs. Anna Uailey resumed her duties Miss Emma VunSickle nf Danville in Dickerson's store on .Mondav, after was the recent guet of her friend, being with her mother who is ill. Em-me- tt Mill-war- Mr. Arthur Josenh hi. iust returned It. Soper and W. A. from a business tup to Cincin Smith were in Kichmond Monday visit-In- g nati. Mesdamea evidence. Following are visitors expected Lancaster Saturday for the Federation of th Womens Club. Mrs. C. Rodes, Mrs. J. W. Mitchell, Mrs. Louis Landram, Mrs. Ranks Hudson, Mrs, Geo, Walden, Mrs. Richard Lowndes, Mrs. J. Q. A. McDowell, Mrs. Jno Hughes, Miss Amanda Rodes, Miss Mary C, Hudson, of Danville, Mrs. Shelton Sauflev, Mrs. J. B. I'axton Mrs. Wm. Severance, Mrs. W. Warner. Mrs. T. W. Pennington, Mrs. Wm. Shanks. Miss Jennie Warren, Mi: Essie Burch, of Stanford. Mrs. S. II. Hash, of Curbin. Miss Mary Givens, o W. Bartlett London. Mrs. Morris J. Mrs. W. A. Arnold. Kentucky Federation of Hardie II. Ripy Corresponding Secretary. Kentucky President, "omen s Club, Mrs. rl ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at Mrs. M. II. Dudley and little daugh-- ; Mrs. Hugh Hemphill who has been in i.il uumey nave oeen in Nicholasville with relatives Is now the .urs. ru ttauer. ' isaiKiiie guest of Mrs. W. A. Arnold. Mrs. Bright Swinebroau and sons, i Mr. Kred I'. Frisbic nnd guest Mr. j j George Face of Norfolk, Va were George and Stephen Marrs Swir.ebroad have been in Danville visiting friends. j visitors In Lexington Saturday. j I """ration of Women's r.,Vrenrehiirr Lexington Mr. H,, n;.t,nn o Club Louisville and Mrs. Alfred Zembrod. How To Beat The Hlgrt Cost 01 Living, Beccme an after-dinnspeaker. If Mr. and Mrs. G M. Lyons motored! Miss Mamie Iiastin is at home after (you are o good one you can average to Irvine for a visit to Mrs. Lyon's spending most of the summer with her 147 IrPe banquets during the winter brother Professor L. A. Carpenter. uromer air. winton uastin in Uetroit. season. In summer you can eat dan flHnn Miss May Powell, of tho Richmond 3llcn. for a nice Lunch, also Everything In Soft Drinks 3G ESQ E DC Normal school, was dowr for a short Mr. and Mrs. II. Clay Sutton and visit with Mr. nnd Mrs. C. I). Powell. I Miss Sue Shelby 'Mason were visitors NATIONAL Mrs. MattieP. Fri.bie will be at ' Louisville for several days the past wceK. home this week after a pleasant stay with M ville, Mr. Alex West has returned from a visit of several weeks with his daugh ter, Mrs. Charles Denman of Nicholat- ville. Miss Ellen Walker, of Richmond is a visitor at the homes of her aunU, Mesdames B. F. Hudson and W. 0. Rigney. The D. A. R. Chanter met Wednes- das afternoon nt 3 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Givens Terrill on Ricbmond street. Mr. M. F. Elkin of Lexington has joined his wife betv for u visit to Mesdamea Susan Salter and Emma Elkin. irrn. DAY OF PRAYER FOR AMERICA IS FJXED. Diaw A Check for the moiiRy you ore nnd note how much moro res- pectfully your creditors you. Tliey like to do businoss with n mnn who lias nn neconnt nt the T"" Garrard Bank & Trust Co. They know he V business in a business like way, Itetter open such an account even if your affairs are not large. They will grow all right. Is doing " The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Drs. Wm. Elliott ot this city and meeting. Jackson of Danville and Attorney II. for the Clay KaulTman motored to the city of Mr. Ambrose Jenkins who has agocd Lexington. position in Conn's garage in Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Galey and daugh-ten- , and is making good, spent a few days Miss Ida, and Mr, Tom Marsee in Lancaster with his parents Mr. and were guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs Parker Jenkins. Robert Ward. Hon George T Fnrris, .of Frankfort, Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Ashley of was here Tuesday to put the "X" under Richmond are here visiting Mr. the rooster ami incidentally to "hand Ashley's parents, Mr, and Mrs. L, J, us that dollar" which he Invariably' Sanford on Hill Court. docs on election day. The Federal Council of the Churches of Christ in America nnnounced today that Sunday, November 14, had been appointed as a day of prayer in behalf j of the Armenians and other races who are extreme sufferers because of th Ecropean war. The announcement has been sent to 75,000 churches throughout Mr. am Mrs. J. R. Haselden, Mrs. the United States, and the council be S. II, Andersen nnd Miss Kathleen lievs it will be generally observed. In Danville Tuesday night Walter were "The cry from the Near East at th moment," the announcement states "not only reaches the heart of human ity, but profoundly stirs our sense o obligation and responsibility." FARM LAND-- 20 YEARS TO PAY. rertile farms Wanted. The Mt. Vernon Signal has the fol1000 bushels lowing in its last issue from the hickory nuts, 1000 trenchant pen of Hon. James Maret, bushels chestnuts, 1000 bushels wal of that city nnd President" of the Boone nuts, 1000 bushels hemp seed and ten cars of hay. Way Association. Bailev & Moss. "The writer was in Lancaster three 1- -2 ypertt-Mone51-- 2 per ct. houis last Friday, a place he had not viited for a few years back. He was Years surprised nt the many improvements Loans made on real estate. If you observable in the way of many new need cheaper money on long time, see nnd comodious buildings, better streets me about it. business houses, graded and high G. B. Swinebroad, schools. Ice plant, electric lights, Lanrfster. Ky. churches, water works and good roads to that "Land of Now." For Sale. Among the latest improvements of note Is tho new Gentle saddle and harness mare; also, cupola, now nearing completion on the Jersey cow. Bradley Durham, court house, and a general overhauling H-p- d Lancaster, Ky. of that historic building, 48 years after its erection. Keg Mason met us and For Rent. spoke of our boyhood days when we I desire to rent the old brick residence played on the foundation of this same court house when under construction now occupied by W. C. Davis, for the year 1916. just after the war. Lancaster has Fisher Herring. newspaper that would be a credit to tf any town or city In this or any other For Sale. state. The Kengarlan maintains its position as one of the leading hotels of One 'iouble Gaar-Sco- tt Sawmill with Central Kentucky. Conn's machine 30 and 56 Inch inserted iooth saw. Th6 shop is right there with the goods. The saws are new. One 18 H. P. Geiser Das tins, who were pioneers in the tcle- - sawmill engine on wheels, in A 1 shark , I -I Will sell on" luiuue uuainess in uarrnru, uincoin anu carrying 125 lb pressure. Rockcastle, have closrd out their in- terms to suit customer. terest in wires and the various memLeslio T. Bradshaw. bers are engaged In ice plant, grocery store, lumber and coal yards, builders Japanese Railroads. hardware, building contractors and Japan's government railways have) farming. Hugh Logan looks as well X mileage of 5,217, as ever. Haselden s restaurant is a peach, and r.ono In the larger cities exWorry Kills. cel in its fittings or its culinary attainIt Is not work that kills rqen; it Is ments. Is going along worry. Worry Is rust upon the blade. on the roads leading out of Lancaster needier over Boone Way and other routes. Uoone Way markers, the first ever put Where He Shines. on the route Detween Louisville and A diplomat Is supposed to be a Cumberland Gap, show up over entire master In tho art ot breaking bad route through Garrard. The. improve- news gently ments being made on public square, the space where a park used to be in LanDally Thought. caster, will add 99 per cent to the apA great pari of tho happiness of Uto pearance of that space. It's not been consists not In fighting battles, but In so many years ago since Lancaster was avoiding them. A masterly retreat Is jolted out of its Rip VanWinkle In Itself a victory. Longfellow. tendencies by nn aggressive, pushing. live wire Commercial Club thst threw Uncle Eben. into the ring the slogan of "Land of 'You gotter lose patience." said Now and it has made good. Eight Uncle Eben, "wit de man dot hunts tenth of advanced condition in tho city you up an' axes you fob advice' simply and u good big portion of that through- becauso he's lonesome an' wants to out the county, is directly traceable to hear conversation." the efforts of that organization which want things done right "NOW", and Ladybirds Destroy Lice. It appears from results attained, thev Ladybirds are of great service to usually get what they go out after. All tho gardener by reason of their dehonor to its members. struction of plant lice, among which they lay their eggs, and as the larvaa como to life they feed on the lice. 5 5 5 IT' SCHOOL NOTES. s FECIAL Have just returned from the market and will have on display 5 .A ROYAL BAKING Absolutelypure r f fA I SATURDAY. OCT. 30, & NOV. 1st Something decidedly new In POWDER Suits and Dress Hats. t Rella Arnold Francis. Contains No Alum rnrmers In irrigated districts. Twenty yars to pay or sooner at your ojCflon. Long before your final payment is due your farm will have paid for itself, Also some improved farms with houses, Darns, wens, rencing etc, on the same favorable terms. Interest In all cases only 0 tier cent. This offer is based on good land; wo offer these terms because we know n farmer on our lands can "be successful"; ho can live well and save enough to pay tor his farm. Western Canada lands are naturally suited to growing grains, fodders, vegetables, dairying and raising horses, cattle, hogs, swine, Kultry. Cash in on the high grain prices. Don't delay the land will be taken first. Write tojday for free, handbook and fall information to Mr. . li. It. Thompson, District RcprrsenliiMve, Canadian Pacific Raflway, Department of Natural Resources, 112 W. Adams St., Chicago in West rn Canada BV WILL RICE AMON. offered by the Canadian I'ti. :ic Railway Company, Productive noil, good ell- becond Grade Honor Roll, Cecil Bat mate, ready markets, fine churches and son, Mildred Beazley. Homer Carrier1. schools, unexcelled transportation, all Margaret Brown und Grade Pollard. conveniences und opportunities of best The Richmond foot ball team defeat farming districts anywhero. Prices $11 to $20 an acre; irilgated land from ed tho Lancaster eleven on Richmond &lo. Loan of $2,000 to assist practical ground Friday by a score to 14 to 0, Courage of Despair. A schoolboy's composition furnishes the following: "Tho courage of tho Turks Is explained by the fact that a mau with more than one wife Is moro willing to face death than tt ho bad only one." Man's Real Business. The great business of man is to Improvo bis mind and govern his man bit Illinois. 'Nuf sed." School began Monday after a week's vacation on account of the diptheria scare. During the weok all rooms were fumigated so there Is no danger of further trouble. Monday afternoon the Lancaster Boy Scout Foot Ball team met the Bereu Boy Scout eleven on the home groundr, The Berea team was heavy and fast but the splendid playing of the Lan caster eleven won the game. Captain Klnnaird Jr, managed the team well and "Tubby" Dickerson plryed a star game a t left half, carrying the ball over the Berea goal line on series of hard bucks. Curtis Sanford at end did splendid work at breaking up Berea'i end runs These runs were hard to ttop and often threatened the Lancaster goal. The score was 0 to 0 in favor of Lancaster but the Berea team were (rood losers and went home In a good humor. ners; all other projects and pursuits, whether lu our power to compass or not, ara only amusements. Pliny. His Extreme Tactfulness. "You have been obsurvlne our little boy all the evening. Mr. Gloom," said Popjoy. "Now, can you tell us what he Is very likely to become when he grows up!" "Yes, if you can stand the shock!" replied J. Fuller Gloom, who has a bright though evil mind. Kansass City Star. That is what a lot of people tell "I Don't Feel Good" tuC . Usually their bowels only need clc&nsuiz. will do the trick and make you feci fine. We know this positively. Take cue tonight. Sold only by ua, 10 cents. " R. E. McRobsrts Page 6 BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS CLAUDE KITCHIN n The Central Record, Thursday Nov 4 IN PLAIN VIEW OF THE ENEMY ; "ST .p- -V v vr j v i . rwwr. "tssssji ONE RADK0 DIMITRIEFF Will Command Russian Forces Sent Against the Bulgarians. KILLED: ONE INJURED ARISTIDE BRIAND New French Premier Whe Organized New Csblnit. a" "rsB' sy aw BTrssTT iaaj wrw aAAj- wtvwtt m wbbbb Charles Tupper, venerable tlatcsman, Ii dead. Terro Haute police and firemen tttcm been ordered to saluto the American flag. fell .Michael Kalant. twenty-six- , Tortj fret to lnstcn: death at Clove-lanwhen a life belt which ho med n cleaning windows broke. nr North Carolina Congressman to Confer With Wilson On Defense. General Villa's Army Encamps: South of Agua Prleta. KTfnrts of Prnnic L. Dodge, chairman of the state board of conciliation, to t?nd the "Mrlfco of MIcbUan Central GARRANZISTAS EXPECT ATTACK railway omplojci at Detroit seems to hare One-hal- failed. f of tho f5.000.000 the late ltohcrt 11. Ward, Federal league baseball magnate. Is to be among his nine children, tho remainder going to the widow. lister Steward, eleven, died at Huntington, V. Va from Injuries received when ho was struck on the 2nad by a baseball bat which slipped from the hands of a playmate. Practically every cchool boy and Bh-In the sonth Friday sang "Dixie." la honor of the birth of Decatur of Ohio, author of the famous Km-me- lt estite of Latter Hold Well Fortified Positions atlttriaf Fboto t7 American Press Aaaoclatlon. TO and Have Been Reinforced by the Arrival of 4.0C0 Men Nearly 7,000 American Troops at Scene to Protect American Lives and Property. Strength of Rival Forces. El Past). Tex., Nov. 1. The army of General Villa Is encamped on the hills south ot Agua Prleta, Sonora. The troops are In plain view ot the Come to 'Disaster In Accident Near Paris, Ky. Paris, Ky. (Special) :Ono man was Instantly killed and another received Injuries which It Is thought will prove fata! In a motorcyc:o accident which occurred on tho Ltxlngton plko about four miles from Paris. Emmctt Mastln, who was ('rlvlnt r the machine, was accomprr'cd by Collins, wbovastldlnion tho rear seat. Both of the men iciMI In Ml!lersburge. this county, Thy had be.n In lioxlngton and werj returning hone. Rounding a sharp curve nt n rapid speed, tho machine became unrr.ana-e-abl- e. It struck a rail on tho Interurban track and both men were thrown violently forward. Colllnj struck tho rati on his ho:d. His skull from his forehead to tho chin split open. Death was Instantaneous. Mastln was thrown a distance of thirty feet. He received a bro'oin leg and arm, a sprained back anj serious Internal Injuries. Motorcyclists El-ge- CARDS, OFFICE Residence Phone j Dr. J. S. GILBERT. 41 CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. Office Phone 50 i LANCASTER. KY. li, iaiaiaiaiaiaiaLiaHHw aaRBijal H JH 4BLflBB Y. Glum rilled, iforror, GtuilttRte Optician lnlclloo aatranieed Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. war song. company of Toledo employ 10,000 additional men .a soon as new additions to their plant at Toledo arc ready for occuWillys-Overlan- are to pancy. James I Curtis of New York, the colored man whom President Wllscn has appointed United States minister to Liberia, formerly lived in and' practiced law. Sirs. Fred Moore was killed and son her husband and badly Injured when their auto turned turtle In Morrow county while returning to their home In Cardlngton, O. Cy Young, veteran pitcher, former-.i- j with, tho Naps, Is Republican candidate for Tuscarawas county three-year-oltreas-.urur. Chi-'caf- COLLECT OVERCHARGES First Effort Made by Coal Dealer of Delaware. Columbus, Oft. 2S. First efforts ot coal dealers and consumers to collect overcharges from the Hocking Valley Railway company as a result of the supreme court's action In sustaining the public utilities commission's order of reducing freight rates on coal from the Nelsonvllle district In tSU. was made when T. E. McElfresh of Delaware filed a complaint with the utilities commission asking that he be allowed Judgment against the railroad company for J 2IM.3I. After the Bey. . Elevated company ofllclals of have decided to give the fresh air advocates a car without heat and commission's order reducing the -- srlndowless. rates, In 1911, McElfresh, as well as American Traffic association decld-lt- d all other coal dealers who obtained that the old custom of advertising their supply over the Hocking Valley, ha the newspapers the arrival and de- were charged at the old rates, until parture of trains should be revived. a few months ago, when the supreme While the convention of the Ohio court upheld the commission's order. Now these coal dealers and others State Protectivo association, a are asking for a refund of the overorganization, waa in at Flqua, Paul Locfflcr's horse charge, the difference between the ofd rates and tho new rates. sod wagon was stolen. Giles Gregory, Inmate of the at South Norwalk, Conn., for FRENCH MINISTRY FORMED many years, learned that Henry .Green, an eccentric uncle who died Premier Arlstlde Brland Announces Its Personnel. .several years ago, left htm $150,000. Paris, Oct. 30. Arlstlde Brland, Colonel La'ayetto Lyttle, eight-fire- , of Toledo, civil war veteran and prom- the new premier, announced that his ministry had been formed, as follows: inent Mason, Is dead. Mrs. Cecil Stant. eighteen, wife ot Premier and minister ot foreign af"William Stant, shot and killed herself fairs, Arlstlde Brland; minister ot at her home In Jackson township, war. General Galllent; minister of marine. Admiral Lacase; minister ot .Pickaway county, O. Germany has prohibited transfer or finance, Alexander Rlbot; minister of sale of all German merchant vessels, the Interior, Louis J. Malvtn; minister ot commerce, Etlenne Clementel; 'Including those Interned. minister of public works. Marcel Sem-ba" Because ot the "mercantile minister of Justice, Rene ot Cleveland, Ambassador minister for the colonies, Gashas decided to move the ot French consulate from Cincinnati to ton Doumergue; general secretarycabforeign affairs, with a seat In the 'Cleveland. Statistics Just Issued show Youngs-'tow- inet, Jules Camton. his resignation, In explanation of O., Is the second largest Vivian!, the former premier, gave of Iron ore In the United M. expression to the belief that, unan; States. imity and a consolidation of all eleThieves entered the general store ments was Imperative and, his minisClaude Williams, Pembervtlle, O.. try having failed to achieve these obof and secured an automobile load of jects, a new ministry should make the merchandise valued at $1,000. attempt. like Gum chewing by fair .smoking by the mall students, has Fatality Follows Argument. been barred from the Northwestern I Cleveland, Oct. 30 Frank Wright university campus. I ot Kansas City, storekeeper tor tho com-- . Five firemen were Injured at Cleve Construction land when the "flying squadron,' pany, which Is erecting a bridge here, .speeding to a fire, crashed Into an was killed by one of the employes, electric package streetcar. i The employe hit Wright over the head 'Earners, armed with guns, scoWed with a hammer, following an arguthe western part of Jefferson county, ment over a pair of shoes, and es Q, Tor a huge black bear which has caped. been slaughtering livestock. Bxports from the United States last week were $98,777,016, an excess ot S THE MARKETS '970,609,402 over Imports, making the 5 balance the most favorable ot trade week In the country's history. EAST DUFFALO, Nov. 1. Sirs. Elijah Dudley, residing at Now steers. J9 2SR9 75: shipOttle Vanton. III., killed her daughter, Min- ping. J8 Irlme butchrrs. tc 756' CO; 256: with poison, to pru iclfen, IS 7507 50; cows. JSJJt 50: bulla. nie, twenty-one- , Tent her being married, and then II 5007 !5; atockers and fefdtrs. IS 757; wallowed a quantity of the same frenh cows and aprlngera. IS0G85; calves, JHll SC.Heavy. 17 90O- mixed, J7 75 0 drug and died half an hour later. llnxa Virtually all the 13.000 employes ot 7 55; orkem. $7 507 75; plirn. 17 Kti Electric company at 7 50; rough. 16 0j6 55; atngK. I5tJ8. Xhn Uer.cral IJftS: wethem. .Schenectady, N. Y.. who have been Sheep and Lambs 5005 75: yearitngi. 1587 75; iambi, on strike three weeks for an eight 10. CHICAGO. Nov. t. hour day returned to work. atrera tS S010 60: Cottle Native Or. Dursba. rormer ambassador to wcttcrn steers. beef50C 0; cows and f IsXo be the United States. Austria, knljhted heifers. II 07 25; wive. 7 25trll. 50 try the emperor of 50; mixed IS Hos Light t 60G7 I 70; heavy. 10 557 CO; roueh. IS HO John Priestly and Hosa Ann 55; plc. IS SOU". of Pawtucket and Mrs. John l; Sheep and Ijjmba Wcther. Whitney of Providence were killed In ewe. 3 9005 5. lamba. t 7501 0. automobile accident near Nov. 1. CLEVELAND. isa -ses-.sapoor-bou-t; pres-'fjgeVIII-an- l; Jus-eraI Hunkln-ConkeI jut - lf E. garrison ot Carrania soldiers under General P. E, Calles. Whether an attack will be delivered upon the waiting Carranza troops remains to be seen. There are those who believe that Villa will not make the attack because ot the preparaPhoto by American rreaa Aaaoclatlon. tions made to resist htm. Others believe that he will throw his force of men against the well WEEKLY WAR REVIEW entrenched Carrania forces and make a final desperate attempt to drive them, by the fury ot his assault, over the line Into Arizona as his last hope. Eclipsing every other elements In In tho event of damage to Amerithe Ualkan situation Is the attitude ot can life or property, Villa runs the risk ot having to fight 6,500 United Greece, principally because that attiStates troops along" with the Carranza tude remains as puzzling as It was garrison that should now number when the Invasion of Serbia began. more than his own, The Carranza The cntenle p0Wers have been Insist garrison was reinforced by the nr ing upon a positive and unqualified rival of five train loads of fighting men through American territory from decision and prompt subsequent ac fon on the part of the Hellenic Pledras. Negras, Coahulla. troops commanders at fioni. and If neither la forthcom-DouglaAriz., estimate the Calles lng soon these powers will send the force behind the Agua Prleta fortlflca- - word to King Constantino: "Inter-lion- s nt between 3,500 and 4.000 men vene or demobilize." Meanwhile the and prior to the arrival of reinforcements. Carranza officials declare that 5.00') Bulgarian forces have been pushing reinforcements arrived there Satur- - their advance Into Serbia. The two day and Sunday. Sixteen pieces ot forces have effected a Junction In the field artillery are known to have ar- - extreme northeastern section of also a number of machine bla, clearing the way for the rushing guns. The Calles troops, many of of German war supplies Into Turkey, whom are Indians, are well fortified I A great enveloping movement, with and the location of Agua Prleta Is NIsh. Scrbla'a capital, as IU center, somewhat above the ground over Is being attempted Jointly by the Germans and Bulgarians. The most which Vllllstas will have to attack. Villa claims S.000 men He baa not Important stroke made In this that number, however. He Is ment was made by the Bulgarian e to have sixty pieces of artillery. ter..whkh. according to Berlin. was skirmishing between toriously entered the Serbian fortress outposts and advance of PI rot" The capture of Plrot places Carranza s mlloa guards of Vllllstas. Several Vllllsta the Bulgarians thirty-fivwere driven back and In some east of NIsh. outposts. A London dispatch ot Oct. 31 states Instances the Carrania after firing at the advancing enemy, that strong forces of the entente' back to the protection ot the Ilea are on the way to the relief ot Serbians and to bar. Agua Prleta guns. 'the General Davis Is very positive that K possible, the advance of the cen-h- e will protect Americans If the bul- - tral powers through the Balkans, lets fall Into American territory and British troops which have been s or promise to harm, citizens of ed at Salonlca are reported In country. Genera! Davis official- - patches from that port to have been ly Informed Samuel Dreben and other ordered to the Serbian front, wheie a agents ot General Villa In Douglas Junction with the Serbians already that shooting must not harm Amerl- - has been effected, , Russian resistance In the Riga dis cans If an attack Is made. trict evidently Is Doming nrm, as me YOUNG WOMAN ASPHYXIATED Germans admit a retirement south across the Mlssa near Palanken after Mother of President Wilson's Fiancee they had advanced on the north bank of that stream. In the southern secNarrowly Escapes Death. Washington, Nov. 1. Mrs. W. S. tor of the eestern front. General Von Dolling, mother ot President Wilson's Llnslngen Is reported on the offenfiancee, with her son. William H. Boi- sive and Is gaining ground against the ling, and his wife, narrowly escaped Russians In Gallcla. Latest reports from the Austrian-Italiadeath from hydrocyanic gas poisonfront bring conflicting stateing here In their rooms In an apartment 'aouse. Miss Louise Roberts, ments from the Austrlans and the claiming substantwenty-three- , living In an apartment Italians, the directly under that occupied by Mrs. tial gains, while the Vienna war office Norman Gait's mother and other rela- records a series of rrpulses for the tives, was killed by the gas, which Invading forces. On the western front art'llery duels escaped from a basement room where It was being used aa an Insecticide. have been In progress, without apThe gas penetrated to the balls end preciable gains being made by either filtered Into the room occupied by side. Paris reports, Oct. 31, a terrific bombardment of French posiMIsb Roberts, causing her deatii. The Boilings and other families in tions In the Champagne, followed by the apartment house were aroused by desperate Infantry attacks on the part the furies and upon making an Inves- of the Germans, who succeeded, actigation found Miss Roberts had suc- cording to the report, only In attaincumbed. The members of the Boiling ing the summit or the Butte de German losses are reported to family suffered no more- harm tbau lave been heavy. tausea. d n Austro-German Scr-rlvemove-nearl- y cen-sai- d "vie-There south-bandbard-presse- d land-hardie-thin EXPRESS CARJN FLAMZS Damage of Several Thousands of lars Done to Coach. en-,la Col-- . . John M. McRoberts. Photo by Amerlran ITeea Aaaoclatlon. Paris, Ky., (Special). The bit of tho Cincinnati-AtlantSouth'an' limited train, No. 31. pulled Into express car enveloped m an nl'a-wi- flames. Tho orlKtn of tho h!ao w known, but trilnnn tel?phoncd Shawhan itsiMm to hive Mir llro de partmcnt on hand on arrival, as thoy detached the baggage car from the rest of the train nnd were making a record run. to Inrls. Tho contents of the car were- - destroyed. Railroad officials placed the Parts. Nov 1 M Brland Is a law. years old, and yer of Nar'es, became premier for tho first tlrao six years ago, having previously senul In M. Clemcnceau's last cabinet fifty-on- H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kontucky V. M. Faint Lick. I SERBIAN FORCES IN GREAT DANGER John X. Casey, I). Grncluntc Olllce j Veterinary Surgeon. Cincinnati Collcfic. damao at sevnral thousand dollars. Veterinary Farmers between Pnris and kerf the telephone office busy Enemy Narrowing Gap Through asking why the train had passed them with tho whistle tied down and the Which They Must Escape. train followed by a streak of Ore. Saw-nan st W. II. Ilurtcn's Sate Stable. Night I'Kone 211. Champion Egg Layer of World. Philadelphia. Nov. 1. With a record of 314 eggs In 363 days. Lady Eglantine, a whlto Leghorn pullet, became the champion egg layer of the world. The little hen, welghlug three and a halt pounds, completed her year egg laying competition at Delaware college, Newark, Del., and beat the previous record of 2SG eggs by 28. National Conmlttees to Meet. New York. Oct. 30. Chairmen ot both the Democratic and Republican national committees Issued calls fur meetings In Washington to select cities for the coming national conven tions. The Democrats will meet Dec ? and the Republicans Dec. 14. Green--woo- d t0 Wick-Cor- violations of the Sunday butcher steers. 1707 75; heifers. 15 759 1(01 75. cows, tQ5 75; calves. 75; closing order were charged against t011bulls. 25. saloonkeepers during Chicago's third und mediums, 17 CO; Hors Yorker 50; . dry Sunday since the order of Mayor llsh't. 17 60: rough", !Ewn stag.wethers. and Sheep and Thompson enforcing the stale dramlambs, 17 5005 75. Forty-si- x K.JL Cattle Choice rat Meem. OS 60; BLANCHE WALSH DEAD One of the Stars of the Stage Sue. cumbs at Cleveland. Cleveland, Nov, 1. Miss Blanche Walsh s career of years as one of the premier stars of tho stage ended when she died In Lakeside hospital In this city. Death came at 8:20 c'clock Sunday night, as the climax shop fire that destroyed their barn at Culver, Ind. a Ilaymond Gordon, twenty-eighpainter, was stabbed and fatally wounded In a street fight at Columbus. , of New llyron Ongley, Tork, theatrical manager, fell from a Tootel window at Wilmington, Del., sad was killed. Red Cross Issued an apAmerican peal, asking churches throughout the country to give their Thanksgiving Tssy collections for war relist work to .Korope. "toack horse" troop was practically o' tho vlped out when sixty-nintrained animals were burned to death e Famous Culver Military academy law. la a t, forty-one- ot almost twenty-fou- r hours ot unconsciousness that followed a week's struggle for life. Miss Walsh In priII 10. CINCINNATI, Nov. 1. vate life was Mrs. William II. Trav-erCattle Steers. l 75 0 7 75. heifers. M 50 Mr. Travers was at his wife's 1105; ralvea, 15011. yi; cows. IIoks Packers and butchers. I 30Q bedside when she died. He announcT 65. common fo choice, I0 75; pigs ed that her death was due to a gen II 5001 50. and llahts, 14 497 10; eral breakdown and nervous p rostra' Sheep, 1180; lambs, tlon brought on by overwork Fherp and Mmb and IS 6001. worry that caused a complication of BOSTON. Nov, 1. Wood Ohio and Pennsylvania fleeces: ailments that made an operation ne-Delaine nuhed. SIOI4c; half Mood cesaary. Miss Walsh's body was pre- blood romblnf, lie; pared for shipment to New York. She J0l7e; deUlns unwashed. MM waa forty-twyears old. PITTSDUROH, Nov. I. Cattle Prima fed steers. UO 10; choice fat ateers, IS 5008 15s butcher steera. 17 76l 10: heifers, HOP 50: cowi. JS 60 Ot; bulla. 15 50O7; calv. Ill 50. )lwr Heavlea, 17 80O7 15; Yorker, 1707 iS. 17 4007 05; 25; lamba, Sheep and lambs Shaep, I50C; i Peace Believed Remote. Nov. !. The pope Is not likely to support any Initiative looking toward peaco unless he previously Is assured that the nlltes will give It favorable consideration. The prevailing conviction nt the Vatican Is that peace Is still rotnote. Rome, Il. THROWN FROM HORSE a. King George Will Be Confined to His Bsd For Boms Time. London, Oct. 30. King George waa !. I comb-Ins- :. 0:4c. thrown from his horse and severely bruised. The following official an- houncement was made: "While tha king was Inspecting his army In the Held, his horse, excited by the cheers f the troops, reared up and fell. The ring waa bruised severely and will be tonflned to bed for the present." Hunt For Alleged Slayer. Huntington. V. Va. (Special)- - SI OF PIROT TAKEN FORTRESS KTs deputies are pursuing IJurke forty-fou- r ears old. formerly a prominent merchant of Man, Logan county, who Is alleged to have shot Teutonic Armies Forming a Ring years and killed his wife, twenty-siAround Krsguysvatr, Where the old. and her cousin. Mrs. Gertrude Serbian Arscnxl la Located Aus Johnson, thirty, and wounded Miss trian Troops Fiercely Assailing Grace Justice and Charley Perry, near Montenegro Allies Entrenching Barboursvllle. On Southern End of NIsh Railroad. Demonstrates Gun. London, Nov. 1. Continuation, ei Ky., (Special): Roscon Plnevllle. the Berlin re;ort that the fortress of a young man sixteen years of Selber, age, was accidentally killed at Arjay, Itrot, described as the key to NIsh, near here, by tho accidental discharge is In the hands of the Bulgarians a as of a shotgun he waa handling. Young been received here. It Is announced Sleber had borrowed the gun to go also that the ad squirrel hunting and waa showing vancing from the north, are endcat some other boys how to use It when crlnc to form a ring around Kraxuye- the accident occurred. vatz, where tho Serbian arsenal la situated. Thus, besides endangering New Bank Ctts Currency. Murray. Ky (Special): The First both the Serbian war capital ant Us National Bank, of this place, which town where the Serbian munitions has recently opened Its doors at the are manufactured, the central powers. location recently vacated by the Cltl- - with Bulgarian aid, are narrowing the gap through which the Serbian ,n ,h must escape. year, has Just received Its new cur Simultaneously the AustrUna are rency. This Is tho first national bankettacklng Montenegro to remove. It ing Institution In the county. possible, the danger ot having an enemy army on their flank. Little haa Claim $1,300 For Sheep Killing. been said about the fighting between Carlisle, Ky.. (Special): The Nicho- the Austrlans and Montenegrins along las fiscal court allowed a total of the Drina river, but apparently It ta 11,300 In sheep claims filed by farm- ot a most sanguinary character, aa tt ers during the past twelve months. took the Austrlans more then a week The amount exceeds the dog tax to to force a crossing of the river at such an extent that tho claimants one point alone, thst south ot Vlsbe-Crawill receive but about forty-flvcents troops are firmly on the dollar for their claims. The establishing themselves along the southern end of the .NIsh railway, Black Leg Feared. Carllse, Ky.. (Seclal): Black teg is rnd, crossing Into Bulgaria, have ocrorwirfprl fn htvn hrn1rn nut amnne- - cupied the hills surrounding Stru- cattle in the Mooreflcld section of fnltia' MK the capture of that B" orv" r2L Nicholas county and Dr. Thowas E. ot, m?laII' confirmed. The alc Hutchlngs. county livestock Insftctor. baa placed a quarantine on Wilson In towns on the Aegean srs. that section. While these efforts take some ot I j the strain off heavlly-trleSerbia, Smashup On L, & E. there Is no reliable Information as to A the movements of tho greater forces Whltesburg. Ky. (Special): wreck occured on the I., ft K. branch which. It Is hoped here, will save her of the U & N. near Wolfcoal, below Reports continue to circulate, chiefly here. Seven cars ot lumber and logs from German sources, ot a Russian were smashed to pieces and the track army which Is to march across Rou- was demolished for a considerable dis- mania to the rescue. But ot tho Brit-Itand French rcltifotcementa no tance. All trains were delayed. news haa been received. Italy has undertaken a general ofPleads Unwritten Law. Jackson. Ky., (Special): The case fensive and there Is talk of another ot Charley Mcintosh, charged with rffenslve on the western front. Tho shooting to death his father on Longs Germans seem to have anticipated this, as they launched a general atCreek, In this county, during last tack In Champagne over a front of September, waa set over by Judge about flvo miles In an effort to Mcintosh bases his defense on ground which the French retho "unwritten law." cently took from them. They succeeded In recapturing the Butte do Would Solve Double Killing. Tenure, but, according to the 'Hyden, Ky., (Special): Clay county account, they were repulsed French every authorises aro seeking a clew that ,hcre Bllfrcrlng cstremely 'jcavy icou u .no miiucucuaiuu i u. losses, and to the north of L Mesnll slayer or slayers of John I'ace, a farm- - they actually lost one of their own er, and his wife, who were found trenches. dead" In hed nt their home near the , Despite the coming of winter, there Leslie county line, fcos been more activity on the Russian front. There has been a lull In tho Cotton 8hlp Burns. fighting In Courland. where the Ger- Norfolk, Va. (Special): Tbo Mallory mans have apparently failed to take Colorado, bound to New Mga or Dvlnsk or to Improvo to any line steamer cargo of cotton, caught marked degree their position. It Is York with fire oil the South Carolina coast and, believed that they are preparing for according to wireless reports received another drive. It must be made soon, as snow Is already falling. Along the here, will prove a total loss. Btyr the Germans are engaged In a To Conaldsr Franchise Renewal, counter offensive and have recovered me territory which General Ivanotf Henderson, Ky. (Special): The city council will meet In special session. took from them. Further south, In to consider the ordinance to grant a Gallcla, the Russians have returned renewal ot franchise to the Henderson to the offensive. Traction company. Austro-German- .J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Residence i'hone 3. Office lhone 27 KV. LANCASTER. For All Kinds or ROUGH LUMBER, see 6. C. COX. Manse.Ky p.m m. M. K. Dbddj and W. A. Wheeler Doctors Of DwJtl OOees Saury. " ""l llorme. Balldlnieter Unit A A4er mo'i nrnlime ue. . LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Office at Ralney Lancaster, Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. s Livery Stable. Kentucky Anglo-Frenc- h INDIANA SILO PAFEC COTTERS Monitor nnd Associated ."',,, " Gasoline Engines. Wheeling Lime Grinders. All sold on easy terms. W. P. KINCAID, l'hrne 1W. DIST. AGT STANFOUD. KY b A Neatly Engraved Visiting Card THE proper thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowaday, when making U Kid-del- calls. Come and see what beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or more. CENTRL RECORD a TREES Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agta zThe . Central Record $1.00 Per Year In Advance. Kentucky. Shown at Roman's Opera House Each Monday Night Jtffrson MWWIS "School Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies Everythinil for Orchard. Lawn and Lav. crMLLJl. Ilth iMrutuO(L os4 tvra.JaJi.l. i'tvi-- ) ...iJ.V XaHcaster, la MI'SSip Illlll Mil IMfftbl. rvf HKJC OBtaW UM of xaW. TaVtuMJatraua rwulf trt vlliUl, sitMMtoUiirUA4lUr (? tt wnfl 3 fK Dyspepsia Tablets "Will Rellove Your IndlgoMlon R. E. MeRobsrU H.F.Hilleumeyer & Sons. Lexington, 1841. Kentucky. 19l6 lentral Record, Thursday Nov 4 1915. BRILLIANT Page PRESCRIPTION -- 7 Children Cry for Fletcher's CONVENTION PLANNED For Kentucky Equal Right Association D. D. D. FOR YOUNG FOLKS Maiden Whose Coun- Watch Your Children Often children do not let parents know they aro constipated. They fear mroe-tbi- ng distasteful. They will liko IlexaTl Orderlies a mild lualivo that tastes like sugar. Bold only by us, 10 cental R. E. McRoberts Instant Relief for all Skin Troubles R. E. McRoberts. Druggist. for 15 yenra- The Standard Shin Remedy Lancaster, Ky. MT. HEBRON Some corn is selling near here at $2.00 per bbl. Mrs. Harrison Preston is quite sick TO BE HELD IN LEXINGg Tlio Kind You Havo Always Bonglit, and uhlch linn been tu mho ior nun uurno ma signature; OI mitt nun urcii iiinuo unucr ins per- nl B"Pervl",0' "Inco lt Infancy. bttfargy. All loimtorieltM, Imitations nnil ' nro but t iiiiik iiiiiu mm niiu ciiuiingcr lufunts and Children lixycrlenco nt'uliist llio Jiriiltli ol lUxitcrliuciiU CnufnHi H . TON IN NOVEMBER A STUNNING" TAILLEUR. at this writing. Mr. and Mrs. liannloM for Cantor Oil, Para For!.-I.ro;it and Himlliliitr Hyrup. It 1 ilonnnt. It tnr.'. ': 1 n.ailicr Oiltr.t, Mnrphlno nor oilier Narcotlo r V vers Jin n"f l It ximrniitco. It (lcntroy Worms) . : I'or inoro tliau thirty yearn It I' iy tl 'c""'"twnt ti'. Conn! liiatlon. r. . r:e , V, ltil CoUe, all tho relief ofTroubleii and Teething1 Nloiimc-l- i tho il. It ret ;ulites 'Kbealthy anil Uovrrls, and nntnraX li'." 1 V llio V Miami's n""'' - Tho Mother's l'rlcud. Bleep, Panaceavf'...-lines- What is CASTOR A a snbstlttilo 1 "" Jimt-ns-jfn- Foreign Speakers. Business Meetings and Social Pretty Llttlo Events. contention of th The Kentucky Equal Itlghts Association will be held In Islington Nor. Features of tho "meeting will be ad' dresses by Mrs. Philip Hnowden, ol England, and by Madame Iloslks Bchwlmmer, ot Hungary; a banquet at the i'hoenlx Hotel on Tuesday evening, with short toasts from all tho principal speakers ot the convention, from tho "writing women" of the steto nnd distinguished Kentucky men; an automobile ride, ending with a reception at Ashland tho home ot Henry Clay given Monday afternoon to the delegates and distinguished vis itors of the convention: and a round. table discussion of ''How the Federa tion Can Aid the Woman Suffrago Movement," led by Mrs. Morris Hart-letPresident of the Kentucky Feder ation of Women's Clubs; discussion and reports of press work and of city and rural suffrage activity. twenty-sixth t, try Is at War. OF KING VICTOR. Of Richest Materials, This 8ult 8poika the Last Word. Developed In navy broadcloth, this hand.'omo design shows a short full skirt abovo buttoned boot with white kid uppers. Tho coat Is cut on Itus- - relatives J. U. Dean in Jess-imin- DAUGHTER Princess Giovanni, Fourth Child of the Royal Family of Italy, Is a Drlght and and Sunday. Mr. L. K, Speaks delivered to Mr. V. A Lear, Monday, a bunch of hogs, for 7c per pound. Mr. F. W. Montgomery family-spen- t and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Clark In Iloyle. The Daptlst Sunday School Convention will meet with the churnh at thij place the 4 and 5 inst. Mesdames E. F. Scott and Edd Crow-spepart of last week with relatives nnd friends near Pleasant Hill. Mr. and Mrs. Dennie Scott spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ed. HendricKson near Orchard Grove. Misses Eulala and Margie Montgomery of Lancaster were guests of Mr. anil Mrs. W. B. Montgomery at Lock No. 8. Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. H. IL Montgomery delivered to Mr. V. A. Lear last week a bunch of hogs at 61 and 7c per lb. He also dp- livered to Center Bros a calf at Cc. Mr. Keenod and family of Lock No--8. have recently moved to Lock port Lock No. 2. and Mr. Pervy and family of that place have moved to Lock and will have charge of the work here. Miss Bettie Scott will give a box supper at the Bourne School on Saturday evening Nov. 6th, at 7 o'clock. Everybody invited to come and brine u. box. Proceeds to be used for a library. Miss Bettie Scott was the guest of Miss Stella Mae Grow Saturday night and Sunday and attended church L Bryantsville and also the Hallowe'en party given by the school at thatplace. News has just reached here of the death of Mr. G. W. Woner at home of his bon in Missouri. He wast a resident of this county until several years ago he went to be with his sons in Mo. He was 89 years old rnd bsd been suffering from cancer of for some time. He will bo- well remembered by a host of friends. here was a member of the church t- this place for many years and was church worker. He leaves two-son- s and one daughter who reside in Mo., and one daughter, Mrs. Joseph, Rogers of Danville, Ky.. who was at-hi- s bedside for two weeks before his-dest- were with Saturday night - fr - C B' GENUINE CASTOR I A Bears the Signature of ALWAYS MISS LAURA CLAY. Of Lexington, Corresponding Secretary ot the K. K. II, A., was for 23 years Its rresldcnt, and Is still Its guiding force. Under Miss Clay's leadership remarkable gains wcro mado In legislation affecting the condition of women In the state of Kentucky. PETITIONS TO LEGISLATURE. If you are willing to circulate a petition for the submission ot woman suffrage to tho voter to be presented to the next Legislature, apply to K. E. It. A. headquarters. 726 McClelland Building, Lexington, and petition will be furnished. Interesting Youngster Putile and Qamcs For Llttlo People. Princess (Jloriiniiu. daughter of King Victor and Quern Hclcnc. tho fourth of tho flvo children of the royal couple. She wu born eight yenrs ngo and Is described ni an unusually bright and Intelligent child. Jut now, at everybody who reads Is aware, there li a great war waslm; In Eurone. and Italy Is mixed up In It. Not only Is 1 In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought f. I). A. THOMAS. I i Tobacco Housed. I I I Protect your labour and rental by Insuring your TOBACCO. Rates reasonable. See li IL L. ELK IN. ; th. THOMAS & ELKIIN, Agents. I fl Photo by American Press Association. CIRCULATE THE HOME DOLLAR AT HOME! will then pass through many hands, help many merchants and increase home prosperity. It SNOWDK.V. the noted English suffragist, will make the MRS. rillLII' address at the suffrage convention In Lexington the night ot $ A DOLLAR WELL SPENT IS . A DOLLAR SPENT HERE ! Monday, Nov. 8. When Mrs. Snowden spoke In Islington two years ago many people who could not get .seats stood throughout the address. Many others were turned away because they could not even And standing room In the hall. Mrs. Snowden Is the wife ot the Honorable I'blllp Snowden, a member ot the House of Commons, and at present one of tho committee appointed by Hon, Lloyd fleorge to control the sale ot liquor In the munitions area. Mrs. Suowden, though a young woman, has been speaking in public slnco her bus band was returned to Parliament In 1905. In tho last eight years sho has averaged two hundred public addresses a year, delivered In England, In this country and In Australia. Mrs. Snowden Is now giving a month's campaign speaking In New York State. She Is the author of a book on "The Feminist .u ive jent WANTED Army Horses AND MULES Any one having any of the above to sell, should phone me at Lancaster, and I will drive to see them. Lancaster, - - - - Kentucky. ORGANIZED 1SS3. bbHbbhQubB&.sSHbHbB rnixcxsa oiotaxxa or halt. Princess Glovauna's own country Involved, but that of her grandfather as well. The princess' grandfather Is the king of Montenegro, and since tho war began, a year ago last August hi: country has been at war. Moutcncgrc is one of the Kindliest kingdoms In Europe and has u imputation of about &03.00U. The king's name U N'lcbolas. SSUi DISTIKCTIOS. So you see the little princess lives In troublous times, inauj-- of tier near rela lan lines, and around tbo bottom of tlves being soldiers. tho full tieplum runs n band of musk-ra- t fur pointed at tbo top. Deep collar "Up Jenkins." and cuffs of this same fur give tho rich Up Jenkins Is un amusing game, and finish, and tho velvet hat Is set off with it requires at least three on each side small ostrich feathers. of the table. Captains are chosen for each side. Tbo side that has the coin A Thanksgiving Cue. (a quarter Is preferable) must pass It Candle shades arc made for Thanks-givinalong Its side, or pretend to pass It decoration by painting fruit deuntil the opposing captain calls "Up Jenkins," and those on the sldo with signs on paper and cuttlug away the the coin holds tbclr bands up high, syaces between the patterns. Designs tightly closed. Tho captain then calls la which tho stems and leaves form a "Hands down," and all bring tbclr trtlltswork should bo used, and the hands upon the table, palms down inoro cutting out tho scheme admits of tho better. Tho frame chosen Is the ward. Tbo captain looks at the hands be- simple stylo In which there are two fore him and orders each hand In turn circles, a smaller abovo a larger, and off the table that he thinks has not the In which tho shado has a flat surface and sloping sides. Tbo wtro Is then coin under It If the coin Is discover ed to bo in the hand last off tho table covered with thin silk gathered to both tho coin goes to tbo side of the captain edges, the color being chosen to conwpo guessed correctly, but If bo guess- trast prettily or to harmonlzo with the cs Incorrectly and the coin Is under fruit scheme. Lattice designs are good, ono of the bauds he has ordered off and plums, peaches, oranges and the the table, the sldo holding tho money grapes arc painted to trail all over latticework. Flowers, such as pansie. keeps It again and wins that game. A certain time set is tho only way to wistaria, peonies, roses nnd chrysan thcinums. nro painted In brilliant and end this game. natural colorings, and the stems ure twli.ed In and out to form the InterAnts That Sew. A writer In the Visitor tells of a par- sections. A pretty Idea is to match tho shade ty of German paturallsts recently re turned from Ceylon, who nave reported decoration In the llowcrs of tbo center piece, using glass audlcstlcks and set tho existence of n species of ant that has been observed In tho act of sewing ting the center one into u great mass two leaves together for tho purposo of of tbo flowers, which nro so arranged forming a nest This report confirms as to bank around It without vu or tho observations of tho English nat bowl being visible. Chrysanthemums urallst, Itldley, mado In 1S0O. They In red and white mid yellow shade)) saw a row of tho Insects pulling the make n lovely combination. In which edges of leaves together, then others tuj lining can bo of the lighter color trimming nnd fitting the edges and nnd the most of the outer decoration finally tbo completion of tbo work by lu the dark. The painting Is done with water col still other ants, which fastened the edges with a silky thread yielded by ors, out wtirn tms is too laborious a larvae of the same species, which the process wall paper can be used and workers carried In their mandibles. It can be found in many latticed patterns Is sold that tho sowing ants pass which are even more effective than the larvno like shuttles water colors. tbo through boles lu the edge of the g thread-givin- The friends here extend their sympathy to the bereaved ones in their1 sorrow. STANFORD Mrs. Logan McCall was in Louisville- Inst week. Mrs. Mnttle Nevius spent'Iast week with Mt. Vernon relatives. Mrs. R. G. Hampton of Lebanoir Junction, is here with relatives. Jesse Walter is at home from Green-dal- e, for a few days with his wife. Mrs. Isaac Salem has been quite ill for several days with typhoid fever. Mrs. R. L. Wheeler, of Louisville., was with Mrs. Geo. F. DeBorde IsBt week. Miss Nannie Prewitt .of Louisvillev has been the guest of C. E. Tate aniK family. Miss Ellen May Bruce, of Danville... was the week end cues t, of Miss Maggie Stagg. leaves. MRS. R. A. M'DOWELL, MRS. J. D. JUOAH, Of Louisville, Treasurer of tho K. E. It K, haa brought not only a brilliant mind, earnest conviction and fine enthusiasm to the suffrago cause, but a ronst valuable experience us a club worker and as an olllcer ot the local and the national Jewish Council of Women. NATIONAL SUFFRAGE ASSOCIATION TO MEET IN WASHINGTON, O. C. Tin National American Woman Association will hold lu annual meeting In Washington, D. C.. at tho New WllUrd Hotel December IMS, Immediately after the opening of Congress. Dele-ga- te from Kentucky to the national eon. ventlon wlll be chosen at" the statt meet Ing uf the K. li it, A. at Lexington, Lucky Doy. An extraordinary accident Is report ed from tho neighborhood of Maid stone. Kugland. A lad. eight years of age, was dying a kilo when ho stepped W. B. Burto Ot I.ouIsvllc Recording Secretary of tho K. E. It. A.. Is tho wife of a prom Inent Louisville attorney, who Is President ot the Kentucky Men's Leuguo for Woman Suffragtiv Mrs. McDowell, as Chairman of tho suffrage tent at tho recent State Fair, secured over 1,500 signatures of men and women as believers In suffrage. A TOAST. backward luto a forty foot quarry, to the great horror of the bystanders. Fortanatcly for tbo little fellow, the string ot the klto was tight around bis wrist, and the kite, acting as a effectually broke the violence if tho fall, and he was only slightly para-ibut- Irulsed. Rocksby Ocesn. And they break on the shore Of And each time 1 hear A soft, drowsy sigh, And each time I set, A little shut eye. I Ce Citizens National Bank OV LANCASTER, KY. Drink to the dawn Of a glorious day, The day that Is not remote. When the men of this State Oh. the Itockaby ocean Ha waves that are, blgh. Capital $50,000. JJ. Surplus $45,000. J. J. WALKER, Vice I'rest. r. Shall honor the dato And give to women the vote. W. p. HUDSON. PresldenL 0. P.IONEY, Ais't Cash'r, JOB J. Walkek, W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Jr., ... L Is the very backbond of every ,ucceMful business. We regard your co- In our success. operation at necessary factor We hope you speak a Rood word for us If we'glve you good service. If you find our service lacking In any respect, you will confer a favorIraupon us by telling US. It Is our business and our pleasure to our system wherever we find a weak ipoL prove Up you mark to pleased be or r will we and order money . check us mail kindly. Dollar a your 1 us owe youi 1915 is paper on label the if. 9 f And when all the waves Are quiet again So quiet on Itockaby Ocean, why, then The little bed boats go sailing away. Balling and sailing untU It Is day. And the white mooo of dreams Comes out In the sky JU1 shines on the little lied boats that sail by. And shines on the snore, Of And tickles the lids Of little shut eye. -I- 1 'oJlidtlpnls Record. serious condition. Rev. R. B. Mahoney is spending sev- eral days in Danville with Dr. W.. U.Penny and family. Oppie Brown, of McRoberts Drug'' store at Lancaster, was here Sunday to see friends and relatives. Hon. W. H. Skanks returned home Saturday from Columbus, Ga.. where he has been for several months. Mrs. Sallie Rowan Saulley of Knox-vil- le It the guest of f daughter, Mra. G. L. Penny, nnd son, II. U. Saulley. Miss Sue Ritchie of Ruckport HI., Sun Daths. who was trimmer for Miss Anna WarVrolouged exposure of the human ren, left Thursdcy morning fur hom. body to bright sunlight fur those noi M. S. Baughman sold his Ovcrlar.il accustomed to Its rays H dangerous. The damage Is more than the sun demonstrator to Sidney Dunbar, of the burn which results, for physicians Hubble section. Mr. Baughman then have shown that headache and symp went to Lexington and bought a Willys. toms of meningitis have developed aft car, er youths under their observation have .Mrs. Eliza Blain is at home from boeu sitting or lying kcveral hours In Frankfort, where she has been tbo the sunlight with unprotected heads. Sun baths arc most iopular with guest of her brother, Capi. R. R. Gen anemic and nervous city Indoor work- try unu lamuy. Mrs. II. C. Nunnelley and little sou ers, but too much sun U apt to barm V alter Tanner, of Winchester, are the tbo nerve system of nervous people. Instead' ot being benefited by long guests of her mother, Mrs. Liccie Tanexposure to Jbo sun the nervous arc ner at McKinney. rendered mora nervous. No one wel n J. W. Cormeny, the car--, comes more than the physician the back to nature" tendency of recent penter, died at his home at Rowland.. years, but tbey arc now being careful Thursday afternoon and was buried at to warn against excesses and abuses Goshen, Kndsy afternoon. He Is survived by six children. In the "enjoyment uf nature." Dr. and Mrr. Perkins returned Sat urday night from Cincinnati, where Adequacy, "Bobby," Inquired the mother, "did they spent their honeynoon, Tbey you wash your face before the music liavs taken rooms with Mrs. Kltti iaacber came?" Hopper on East Main street. "Yes'in." Mrs. Mollis Pope, of Livingston, who your bands?" "And has been the guest of her niece. Mrs. "Ycs'm." Dythouie, returned home Monda-y"And your ears J" "Well, wa," said Bobby Judicially. "I While here Mrs. Pope bought slot from nubed the one that would be next to John Sweeney and will return in a taw her," Ladles' Home Journal days and have a nome erected. Miss Annie Miller Peyton of Middles- bore, is the guest of Mrs. John S Baughman. A. T. Nunnelley, who suffered ' stroke of paralysis several weeks ago. is able to be out, Mrs. A. C. Hill who has been quite -ill for a week or more, remains in a. . a-- i j i ? Pcte STANFORD fn Central hccor Stanley carried Lincoln county only 25 votes over Morrow; W. G. Gooch, democratic candidate for Representative defeated Ed Hubbanl, republican yM -I ...m 7T,r. .iuift&ZZ 1! blow ttii M ! NEW SUITS. NEW COATS. OUR FALL SHOWING IS NOW AT ITS VERY BEST. Our buyer on hts recent trip to New York was fortunate In sccurlnii some wonderful values In Conts, Suits nnd Dresses, nil of which nre now In, nmlnlTonl n wide stlccllon of i s. ss candidate liv the malorlH of 35. nrd M. C. Newlsnd democratic nominee fori "Si""' " 1MB' M V It. Billion, I HI wwi'tw! '" Circuit Clerk defeated votes. immIw tin No wtM Ij republican nominee 99 and lln. Irwof rt&rt.r Everything went off quietly here fttKft. Tuesday, election day. There wero To Loan:Severnl pair of mule, to only two or three disturbances during A. II. Dwioyth!ontlri!.d-responsible party. the Council race really t.arcnsit-rcreated rrore excitement than the com f State race here. Tiie Old Hoard Fcr Sale. posed of J. II. Paxton, J. F. Cummins, Three high grade Hereford bull clve J. C. Eubanks, S. M. Sauiley, H. F. It. E Henry. Rout and J. A. Manning was defeated and one heifer. by the New Board composed of V. B. lurge type I'oland O'Bannon. II. C. Rupley. W. B. Hill, FOR SALE:-2Harry Hill, Will Hocker and E. L. china pigs, subject to register. Relnhart. The town race has been the Mark Coins, talk of the town for the last three or Roosters and four weeks and both boards had been h FOR working almost night and day. This Is a few pulletts. Mrs. Ed. Grow. Phone 60-the first time that the old board has ever been defeated. nice meat hogs, FOR SALE:-Fou- r The November term of Circuit Court weight about 306 lbs. each. convened here Monday inori.inp, Judge R. II, Ward. Charles A. Hnrdin presiding. Com nonwealtb's Attorney Instructed the Burnside has a 5 grand Jury, laying special emphasis upMiss Anna Bell and on the Illegal sale of intoxicating liquor year old sorrel pony, that's sound gentle, she wishes to'aell. and the carrying of concealed weapons In his opinion from 80 beef cows and a and stated that FOR SALE:-Sw- o to 90 per cent of the crimes committed pair of good mure mules 4 yrs. old past in this district were due to these twin Hampton bisters. evils, He aUo instructed the jury as Marcellus, Ky. j Phone to false swearing, claiming that there be-- I I desire to rent my house and lot t would likely be witnesses brought fore them wbo cheerfully swear falsely Buckeye for the year of 1916. and impressed them with the fact that Mrs. Mary Dickerson, in any case where proof could be had Richmond, Kr. that they should return indictments for Or see Mai Carter at Buckeye. false swearing. Court was adjourned until Wednesday on account of election. Wanted. in olonf ol frinf rurlbf. . hMasIs for t riela-- l ! iwl fi" 't"H " ' ' - , n. lntc season styles nt prices not possible earlier In the season. Prominent In the collection nten great ninny single Sample Stills and Coats in Velvets and Broadcloths, beautifully trimmed In handsome furs and braids. There being only one of a kind of these garments will insure Individuality in style, as well as cxlremo low-ne- in price. We direct especial attention to our new showing of stylish Suits for stout women In sizes 39 to 51 bust measure. Suits that have nil the stylo of rdgulnr sizes, hi fur mid 0 SALEi-l'lymout- BBBLHS ' 1 braid trimmed, at $25.00 to Splendid Values for November, Selling in Plain or Trimmed Tailored Suits: Of Broadcloths, Velvets, Corduroys, Whipcords and Poplins; most of them elegantly fur and braid-trimed, with hipli choker convertible collars and wide flare skirts, in m -- GOVERKOR-ELEC- T A. O. TTAN1EY. 30-- J At i bbbbbHHbSQb BBBBBBBBBBBIBH BflBBBjBB9HBBBBwr' " 8IHbbH:: r"OamHr'3MB9HBflBBHBK - styles that express the very "last word" in fashionable suits. All colors and black $15.00 $19.75 $22.50 $25.00 $29.50 $35.00 To contract now for blue grass for pasture next eeason. Can use any part of 100 acres. Any one with blue grass with or telephone should correspond me (327) stating ncrage and price per acre for entire next season. John W. Miller. Mgr. Optimistic Thought. The world bows' to one unshakon In prosperous or adverse fortune . New Kind cf -- iriillrer. A new fertllhor h.j bcin produced scientist by treating by a Swedish feldspar or another mineral tiSse of potassium with a suitable amfunt of carbon and Iron in an electric furnace. 'SKcISHQOPHHVH bSHbbbh9Hb A BOURBOH FEW -- OF- DROPS POULTRY CURE JflBjl .'aiSiHBETPIHBl !BJHB9EnHBH,'-r- r 'iRBT'eBBjB4MBBjnJOBjaBBff BBEBrBJBaBj9jBrv , HQ9H jeBMfflEHBaBM ".'im. New Showing in Stylish Coats. We have just received a big shipment of "Prlntzess" Coats, in late models for November selling. Handsome Coots of Velour, Plush, Corduroy, Broadcloth .and Novelty Mixtures, at $10.00, $12.50, $15.00, $19.50, $25.00 and up to $60.00. tc tt drloklcc water Mikes Hens Laj Amazingly Preventi Sick-dm- i, Uabtrncck OaeSOa bottl makes 12 gallon! ol medicine. At drne Valuirl'ttorbrmallpostpaid. able poultry book free. BOU15QBIIEKE0TCO. llxintBfl, Kj. Curvs Roup. Colds, Cbolera, lLBBLBM BBBBBBBBBBb HbHbBBbbv. BBBBBBbV: ' -- BSLBBBBm. MkBfl'BPf aftV tH. lR feHBBBlBn !Mw SHBHav ' ' $1' sHHSRbHI Special Values Misses & Children's Coats. BK Hlk J.'kJ& Sold hj J. R. Moan!, Son & Co. BBBBBBBbV '; " lSLM: Our Fall and Winter stock of stylish Coats for Misses and Children is now at its best. Good, warm, Coats, in Chinchilla, Silk Plushes and Corduroys, at $3.75, $5.00, $6.50, $7.50 and $10.00. Better Light 'fine "Way to Our Busy Shoe Department. Our Shoe Department is one of the busiest sections of our store, ond quite deservedly so, jm we carry only standard makes, and sell them nt falr prlces. " All the new and snappy styles in Gypsy Lace and Button Shoes. English Walking general Shoes on orthopedic lasts, Bronze Button Shoes. Evening Slippers, and a complete line of Ladles', Misses and Chlldren.s dependable Footwear. Shoes for baby, for school boys and girls, for young women, and for the entire feminine family. d Bbh H. CLAY KAUFFMAN Who will represent Garrard County General Assembly. BAPTIST CHURCH. Welsh at the next In The District Court of the United States lor the Eastern District of Kentucky & Wiseman PAINT LICK -- OF- Co. Danville, Kentucky. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. GAUHARD CIKCU1T COUKT. & Loan Association. If the church is a good thing for the town and community, why not attend In Banhuptcr. its services? In the matter of G. IJItuble, Bank In heathen lands where the church does not exist, womanhood is degraded, rupt. To the Creditors of G. II. Iluble, a and is not considered a important as at Bankrupt, Notice is hereby the beasts that perish. The Hindoos think it a disgraceful on October 26. 191T th said (i. II Save your money and triple your light. Enjoy the act for u woman to listen to music, or Ituble of Iluena Vista, Kentucky was look out at the window, in the absence duly adjudicated Bankrupt; and that home comforts and conveniences afforded by of her husband. To eat before tier the first meeting of his creditors will husband has finished his meal, is con- be held at office of J. E. Itobinson, Lan 13. 1916 at Buy them in the Dine Convenient Cartons, regular h meii2e 75c. each sidered good grounds for divorce. She caster, Ky., on November must wear a ring in her nose, and wear 10 A. M. at which time tho said Credi This tors may attend, prove their claims. shoes three numbers too small. last however, woul.1 not trouble the appoint a. Trustee, examine the Bank high heel sister of today. rupt, and transact such other business But such is the condition of wojnaii-hoo- as may properly come before said NELSON U. ROOKS, where the gospel is not preached, meeting. Ileferee in Bankruptcy, and if such be the case where the Danville, Ky., November 1. 1915. ' church does not exist, who can nay it Creditors can not participate in the would not be the same in this coanlv, If the church should be blotted nut of management of the estate or the dis 'Announcincj Tlvjii; trlbution of assets until they prove existence? So then, an instituti in hi Important their claims on form required by the as the church should not be ignured by Bankruptcy Act. and (lie same with the anv man who calls himself u citizen. Ueferee. Ila should at least give the church the j sanction of hlx presence on the Lord's Alike In One Respect. , y the preucldng and War and friendship admit of no ex- dav. If you singing "re not entertaining, 1 untwer uses. that you are not furpsd to go to Whether TOJ tie:.! this practical, expert information. Vou j Dsl'y church Just to be enterlfined. l, yon own or Intend to a trees or a thousand, It is There Is r'oriwn in the tongue-lesnd u your v n tlmo. lvior and lao'trr. (lot It I Sliaply will can get that at the picture show six tit In tho flowing wlna. and. n mel'-dEm ami dlrt on till) coupon-- or en a pu.Ul. II ou prefer. will not days in the week. No, v are eellln prooisions W.i will tfaJJr mull too a irw eopr lorooks and the rustling of the reeda evrrw'nUrtrecMh pmHti Iromcropa ctuy tan I our Nev t'ii.i.' agree to entertain you, but if you will I beside them, which, by their Incontlirlliy. rtHitiHi stark llro't ol l hin'i that tii it It hin ? appear at the Uaptlst church on next ceivable relation to ion:ethlng within crop ire, vUlcnablM) ! : lir.l cwpiMiz. mm iruin "Stsrk Ttmmu Hear Fralr. t ct liat I. Sunday morning we will do our best to the soul, awaken tho spirits to a dance il c.nai'4ralolor phoiot It. pidr. i. ' ui mrnucn w. duo. ii t wf' ' n.imt preach a good sermon on fie subject; jot breathless rapture. Bhelley. in 'ni' UuJ lui ycur copy toUay 19 "King of Glory", and in the evening at 7 o'clock the subject will be; "What Bro's God did with a great woman". IodbIj Court Days. tree development h vf tvH Rf a3 ' ami Onmet (loMtn-I- he n anil t the New A. J, Clere, Pastor. iSUrk Urn innff t vn that rail"v.llrrol." tint trmo'ph Stark iaiu about ''btatls UeUeloue," leleit Richmond, 1st. Monday. and all ti. Katie KlKr-.J, Hal. Paris, 1st. Monday. K achat. Stark Bro'eirown, II.8tark Fear. ..ha. alaA Despeadcnqr Due to Indigestion. Frankfort. 1st. Monday. MonlnioreBcrCherrr. Mammoth Hold WA Hum tneniaeriamouoiaia w It is not at all surprising that persons Harrodsburg, 1st Monday. and einaaiintale. Ulu"Hi .u.tcrrlet Lexington, 2nd. Monday. who have indigestion become discouragGait Our New Catalog 7 tluk Stanford, 2nd. Monday. ed and despondent. Here are a few Br.'t 'I m" Iiice-mi- e4 to W FRFF if. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. cover words of hope and cheer for them by D.t.A cover 10it .iHlalp'io. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday, Mrs. Blanche Bowers, Indiana, l'a. toerapne. Ullaa.M. Utl mi i .... - ,. A.i.fd md m al m. "For years mv digestion was sq poor Danville, 3rd. Mond7. wur Mw bearini; yournaiu. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday aad ac !? that I could only eat the lightest foods. Ul.l.l.utlU IrA Mnnilil mtk.mg I tried every thing that I heard of to Stark Dro'a DpL ML Sterling, 3rd. Monday. vesr get relief, but not until about LeMlUUM ipMt tealaat.. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. ago when I saw Chsmberlaln'f Tablets Mo. Georgetown. 3rd. Monday. bottls of them, advertised and got LANCASTER, 4th. Monday I soon did I find the right treatment. n.r.D... bgan to Improve, and since taking a Winchester, 4th. Monday. Montlcello. 4th. Monday, r.o! few bottles of them my digestion is Versailles, 4th. Monday, fine." For sal by all dsal.rs. giv-nth- Mrs. C. S. Kills returned Monday from Uutlur Ky. Miss Jennie HiRKins spent the week end will) Mrs E. U Woods. Mrs. Hetty GriKSS left Tuesday for a Agnes Henderson near visit to Mi Lancaster. Mrs. II. M. Lear retunifd Wednesday from a visit to Mr. and Mrs, Held HUGHES & SWINEBROAD Lancaster Hulldins I'lslntiir, VS. NATIONAL MAZDA LAMP. R. E. McROBERTS, Lancaster, Ky. Defendants. Harry Anderson, et al. I'ursuant to a iudRinent rendered at i,.. in,,., T.rm Jim,. 'X. 1915. the un dersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction to me niRiiesi anu uesi bidder, before tho Court House door In I.Hnmaler. Kv.. at 11 o'clock. A. M.Or thereabouts, on MONDAY, NOVKMUEIt 22, 1915. d lt-l'- How to Grow Bigger Crops of Superb Fruit FREE pl-- nt w 1 Inlor-mat- ts y. s "f . . I! ' Stark Nurseries at Louisiana, Mo. ti-l, UtiL-ul- f . 1MMI, 4 V tended the measuring party at Kirks-VillThursday evening. it heing th first day of the Garrard Hampton of Howard County uourt lerm me real miaie' Mesuamea invnlinned in the llleadinCR and des-- 1 UI I, ....... noM Mrk'InnrtV nf cribed as follows: Ken Richmond came Tuetday to be the iff P.nuntv. t ,,..wl "mf ' l4V.w.m m i: urr v tucky. in the City of Lancaster and guest of their sister, Mrs. I. C, Hucker follows: bounded and described as Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McWhorter. Located on the South side of Danville Misses Lula McWhorter and Ethel In the mid Ktreet liei'innlnc at a stake Fox town Saturday dle of Danville Street, corner to lot Eitridge motored to between this and Johnston: thencn with for the Baptist Sunday School ConvenW 12.63 poles to a tion. middle of pike, S 87 stake corner to Duncnn, now t'ollard, Dr's. George A. Hendron and V. M, thence his line S i E KS.26 poles to a stake, corner to lot above mentioned Walker came up from Louisville Friday and between this and Johnston; thence to see Dr. Walker's father. Mr. J. -line ui miia - " " Wade Walker, who continues III at his beginning containing 4 acres 1 rood and home near hrc. above boundarv 20 poles, but out of the Mr .ml Mm (V K. WIIIIm. un,l is excluded , acre conveyed by It. C. by Hamilton to Amelia I'umphrey 9. deed Miss Geneva Itucker motored through page recorded In Deed Hook No. from Madison. Indiana Friday and a unite. 309, Garrard County werii Mrs. Williams' purpose or sM sale s w "u.iy spent the The d plaintiff parents, Mr. and Mrs, I. C. Itucker. the mortgrge lin of .a $HX).00 wltli interest amounting to The entire community was startled 'tanV" " laiz. from July 10,. .1.1 Friday rooming when It was learned thn .ii annum unm imiu. iVl fAllnWint?- atnm mnjm in CreflltS! that the safe at the depot had been in Lucidly $37.80 and $75.CO paid May 15. 1915. to blown open the night before. gether with the costs oi ssiu tu-- u. Mr. Hall had deposited the greater part TEKMS. of tha funds In the bank during the of The sale will be made on a credit pur- afternoon so only about $20 was taken sir and twelve months and tha bond by tha burglars, and they succeeded In chaser will be required to execute making a complete get away as not a .1 .UM,irlu fnrthatiurchaia Willi Iip.vwcu -- cv'M and twelve months clue has been found as to w ha tonight price, due In six have been the guilty parties. respectively anu uan"K ni.ir. the rate of six per cent per annum paid, having the force from date until and effect of o Judgment upon which Dysp execution n.ay isu. payable to W. IL of the Brown. Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court, and a Hen wll will relieva vour Indigestion. Maav be reserved upon the property oM unpeople this town bava used thecal til all the purchase money is pahl. nod we bare yet to bear of a ease wbtr a G. C. C. they have failed. We know tho for--' W. II. BKOWN, M. C. taul. Sold only by u 25a a box.'' It. II. Tomllnson. Att'y for Plff. R. C MoRebsrts Capt. A. M. Bourne. Auctioneer. e, THE REAL ESTATE HEN OF In Middlesboro. Mr. Hubert Kllis, is in from Cincin natl on a visit to his parents, Mr. and LANCASTER KY. Mrs. C. S. Ellis. Mrs. A. It. Wynn entertained Mr. Come and let Us sell you a farm In and Mrs. C. E. Williams of Madison, Garrard County, where five millions of Indiana on Saturday evening. pounds of the best tobacco is grown Quite a number of young people at- annually; where all the agricultural .,! Week-endwi- v; products grow abundantly; where the best live stock is bred; wher the blue gras grows, where good schools, moral and hospitable people art attracting Lancaster the many home seekers. the county seat, has three banks, telephone exchange, electric light plant, creamen , splendid water works system, two (louring mills, grain and hemp warehouse, tobacco warehouse, on the L & N railroad, one of the best graded schools In the State, having anendown-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. We Our price Is the owner's price. refer to any bank or to any official for proof that we will deal fairly with you; as we have done for ten years and have no dissatisfied customers. farm, of Improved and unimproved all sizes and various location, and at various prices, but any farm priced at Its market value. I The undersigned hereby give warn-In- g to all person, not to trespass upon purpose whatever as our lands for-an- y to fnl wa wiU fimsacaU all offender lnat extent of th law. Hunter, and. POSTED a?? Fishermen especially take notice. R. U Elkln Ed & N 11 Price Mrs. Itebecca J. West W. IL Cook. James G. Conn," II. C. Arnold. J. k J, P, Bland. C. Morgan, Long Bro. J. II. and W. S. Weaver W. T. WesL J. Booth Sutton. W. L L'awson and .on. 25 cents We will add other names eash. fr