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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 11, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915111101_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 11, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELIQWh, UN1ARNISIIED DEMOCRACY AND OOOD OOVERNMEN1. rWUNTY SIXTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER Hand Us That $. Commercial Club Metis Tonight. II. 1915. SEED. NUMBER 31. HOW'S THIS The rooster in the Danville Meiseh-ge- r BUYING HEMP OTEiilJrMia Sweet Cakes mads and sold by Mrs. Glvena TerrilL tf Leave your orders at Curry's for home bake Mack Cake. I'hone 20. Northern and home grown teed rye. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Your choice of three grades of coal. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Try our flour. please you. It Is guaranteed to Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Let Mrs. Givens Terrill make your Beaten Biscuit, Salads, Pies, Cakes, etc.. for your Sunday dinners. Phone 169. tf. ,B2 t- Our Owensboro Wagon Is the best on the market. We have a complete line of Grain Scoops and Shovels. Jacob Schulz Co., the florists of Lou- Till. Kj., whom Wm. and L. N. Miller are agent did a nice thing when they sent the Womans Club a large bunchof white chrysanthemums last Saturday which were highly appreciated. Mr. Henry Cox has received and grows extravagantly large, while shipped In the past week a car load of Stanley's majority grows distressingly hemp seed that he has purchased from local parties, at prices from $3.00 to less. 3.50 a bushel. The crop Is unusually good and Mr. Cox expects to buy an A FINE ROAD. other load this week. Garrard Co. has one of the beat roads In the state. In the one leading out of SOMETHING GOOD town to Stanford. This magnificent road bed stretches trom City limits to War Mories 01 German Battleships. county limits which is known as White What constitutes nrobablv the moat Oak. It Is a splendid macadamized pictures road of which out county should be remarkable set of motion showing the ciaantic onnratlnnn nf lh Justly'proud. German and Austrian armies, will h shown at the Roman's Opera house ARBOR DAY IN KENTUCKY. this rrfday night. Mr. Romans has Governor McCreary has proclaimed never disannointed an audiencn when Friday, November 12th, Arbor Day In he says it's going to be a good picture Kentucky, and calls upon all citizens to and he tells us he Is banking his reobserve the day. Exercises will be putation on this one. These are actual photoeranhl taken at the seat nf wr held in the schools of the State. Encourage tree planting and tree preserva- and showing its horrors in every detail. tion by observing Arbor day In Lancas- A good crowd will see this Friday night. ter and Garrard Co. No Smoke No Soot, No Dirt, No Clinkers HOT BLAST k; I Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. ? ROMANS Opera House FRIDAY NOVUMDGR, I3tli. I01S EUROPEAN WAR PICTURES SHOWING GERMAN SIDE gf WAR Actual Scenes taken at the Front. Official picture! of the German and AuitrallanGovernment Mpercent of profits to go to the Mind and Crippled Soldier Fund. Admission: 5 & 10 eenta. Honaker florirt of Lexington, thru TRAILMOBILE. his agent, Mr. John McRoberts, sent Mr. II. C. Bright, of Danville was in the woman' club a large box of flowers whfch arrived to late to use for the the city last Saturday exploiting the luncheon. The club members were good qualities of the "Trailrrobile", something new on wheels, and is degrateful just the same. signed to be hitched to an auto, with a Quarterly meeting services at the carrying capacity of one thousand Methodist church here In this city, Sun pounds. It attracted quite a little at day morning and night. Rev. W. D. tention and looks to us like a "good Welbourn will preach at 11 A. M., and thing". Rev. C. II. Greer, presiding Elder of the Danville Dist. in the evening at 7, PLEASANT CALLER. I'. M. Come and enjoy both services, This office has been honored with a You are welcome. S. IL Pollitt, pleasant call from our good friend. Col. in Kentucky George D. Hurdette, who now repreMore than 80 countie are actually at work building roads sents The Germania Life Insurance under state supervision and with state Company, of New York, being its state aid. Twenty other counties have ask- agent for Kentucky. This company ed for and been granted such aid and has a "New Family Protection Policy" are now preparing to begin work. The that is quite attractive and Mr. Bur- state-wid- e road building' movement is dette would be pleased to acquaint some or his good friends with its good on in earnest, and It Is here to stay. features. WANTED Fresh eggs WOMENS FEDERATED CLUBS CONVENTION. ,AK TIGHT The convention of the Womens Fed erated Clubs of this district was a success both from the standpoint of attendance and enthusiasm. The weather which was perfect also added greatly to the occasion. The luncheon at the Kengarlan was a feature of the day. Toasts and jests passed and repassed adding to the en joyment of the noon-dameal. Quite a number of out of town guests were present and altcgether It was said to be the happiest day in the history of the local club. The entire days proceedings will be found in the Womy The No. 49 or No. 34 will heat two or three small rooms all winter with 75 bushels of coal. The No 51 or No. 50 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. EG Florence fiaselden Lancaster, - Bros., Kentucky II II ans Club Club. RAY. In the shadows of the evening on November 4th, W, A. Ray, son of Mr. Hiram Ray of this county, sank quietly into that state called "Sleep in Jesus". He had been an Invalid for the past ten months and bore his suffering with noble Christian fortitude. He was born on Nov. 1st 1877 and is survived by father, mother and little daughter. his wife and other daughter having died some years ago. Interment took place last Saturday in the Lancaster cemetery and was followed to Its last resting place by one of the longest processions ever seen in the county, 5000 2Ge, DOZEN EGGS 1L extra candled 27c. H. H. Northcott, Window Glass HOUSE PAINT BARN and ROOF Paint AT- timvm 0 GOOD SHOWER. The rain that fell last Monday was much needed In this county, for the late sown wheat. Tobacco has come in "case" and much of It Is being bulked preparatory to stripping. FINE HEREFORDS. Mr. R. E. Henry has (old In the past wtek two white face Hereford calves to Cecil Beaty, of Marcellos, for $100. These calves were onlv Ave months old and were models of this breed. Mr. Henry alro sold a pair of mules to W. R. Cook, for 3285. - MoRobertsDrugStore Mr. CATTLE DYING. I WINDOW GLASS and 1 1 -- I. Hamilton has lost in the past week several young cattle with a disease thought to have been "black scours" and which has proven fatal to most of those contracting It. A spec lalist from the Lexington Experimental station has been called to ascertain the cause and what remedy shall be used to eradicate it. J. THANKSGIVING President Wilson, in a proclamation designating Thursday, Nov. 25, as Thanksgiving day, called attention to the fact that the United States has been at peace while most of Europe has been at war. "We have been able to assert our rights on mankind with' out breach of friendship with the great nations with whom we have had to deal," said the President. PUTTY. -- 1 II V' 1:1 Roof-and House Paint-Iand Out Floor Paint n FAIR GROUNDS TO BE SOLD. As advertised In this Issue of the Re. cord, the beautiful grounds of the Dan' ville Fair Association will he sold publicly next Monday in Danville, These are decidedly the prettiest grounds in Central Kentucky, and an ideal place for a country fair It has been a losing investment to the stock holders, however and it will be sold for the high dollar Monday, November 15th Ston&es Drug1 Store hot i iiankspwg uay You will be looking for something Just a little bit different Dont forget that this is a little bit different grocery store n special occasion and a day in an out grocery shop. Also, dont forget, that you can't have an eatable demand, but we ore reudy to meet it. Prepared in a way not quite the ordinary. We are ready for Thanksgiving like this BELIEVE IN ADVERTISING. i appears the advertisement of the Lancaster Tobacco Warehouse. This house In un- In this Issue of the Record der the management of C. A. Spelth & Co., the local buyera being "Billy" Speith and Jake Graw. This firm will also have a branch house at Paint Lick, having leased the large warehouse at that place and are well prepared to take care of the tobacco in that section of the county. When you get ready to sell, call them up, UNUSUAL SEASON. Ralsens, Flfjs, Currants, Nuts, Citron, Dates, Cherries, and Spices or all kinds for Black Cake. Celery, Oysters aid Cranberries. mi Theo Currey. What do you know about pear trees blossoming in November. What do you know about crimsom ramblers being In bloom now. What do you think of a lilac being in bloom now. All of these things we have teen. The explanation ia that early cold and frost fn October and warm weather afterward made the required season of those plants which respond to cold and then warm. The continued balmy weather made spring again for tbem and they are now giving bleature with their beauty and frangrance. recognizing the ability of to make mistakes in getting letters In wrong boxes, have fixed a penalty of $200 oq persona taking mail out ot an office other than their own. and not re turning it immediately. This law also Includes newspapers. The excuse that it Is the postmaster's fault cuts no ice. If you have been getting other people's Dear grieved friends, these three mail you bad better take warning or loved ones have, "crossed over the you may get your self into trouble. river to rest under the shade." Our prayer Is that God will comfort you in PAINFULLY INJURED. thia sad hour of distress, for soon he Members of the local chapter D. A. will call you to join them over there. R. will regret to learn of the painful injuries sustained by the State Regent, WALLACE. who is well known among the Danville Mrs. Nannie E. Wallace, formerly of members. The following dispatch is from Paducah: Mrs. Eli G. Boone, this county, died at the home of her State Regent elect of the D. A. R. was daughter, Mrs. C. B. Bell, in Sanford, seriously injured and her husband, a Florida, last Thursday night and was prominent real estate and insurance buried in Richmond Sunday. Mrs. Wallace suffered a stroke of man, perhaps fatally hurt when the Boone car which Mra. Boone was driv paralysis a year ago and since that ing, left the road in the county late time had been an Invalid. She was the widow of Mr. Ollie Wal Sunday and dashed into a rail fence. The car was practically demolished and lace who died seven years ago, both Le Mr. Boone's back was badly injured, and his wife lived In Garrard Co. a Mrs. Boone suffered numerous cuts number of years, where they were honored citizens and their country home and bruises. was known .Cor Its hospitality. Mrs. Wallace moved south about five EXPECTED DEATH years ago in order to be with her Harrodsburg Herald The will of children who were with her when the Homer DeBaun, who was recently end came. She was known as an af killed by Sam Sims, Comishville, waa fable, kind hearted Christian woman, filed for probate last Monday and is a and many friends here In her old home remarkablelnstrument. It was written county regret her death and sympathize by Mr. DeBaun, who evidently realized with the children In the loss ot a devot that he was liable to be killed at any ed mother. Mrs. Wallace leaves five children who time by Mr. Sims. It is a most pathetic F. Bell, of Sanford, Fla., case. After making disposition of his are Mrs. property, Mr. DeBaun adds the follow Mrs. C. G. Todd, Belton, S. C, Miss Annie C. Wallace. Macon, Ga., Shannon ing: "My life has been threatened by Wallace, Columbia, S. C. and Ollie Sam Sims and I am as innocent of the Wallace, Wilmington, S. C. She also charges he makes against me as an leaves one sister, Mrs. James Burnslde angel in heaven, and if he should kill of this county. me for the charges made by him it will be as false as the charges against COLLINS my Saviour and in cold blood. I am not excited, but writing facts, and Mr. Crampton II. Collins died at his should hi threats be carried out and home near McCreary In this county on I haven't time to arrange my business, October 28th and after funeral services this Is my last will and testimony. at the home conducted bv Rev. E. C, "This April 28, 1915. Lacy, of Ewing, Ky., his remains were "Attest-B- ud Ralney. W. It. Penny." intered in the Lancaster cemetery on October 29th. InMr. WILD TURKEYS AND QUAIL. juries Collins' deatha resulted from tosustained in fall from his The Kentucky game and fish com- bacco barn several weeks previous to mission has arranged for the importa- his death. Mr. Collins had for some tion of 15,000 quail from Mexico, If years been a consistent member of the they can be got through under govern; Antloch Christian Church. He was born In Fentress county Tenn. ment Inspection and possibly five hundred wild turkeys for the mountain and was 62 years of age at the time of preserves, his death. He was married several Charles E. Brewster has gone to years ago to the widow of the late Mexico for the Pennsylvania commisReuben Kinder, who survives him, tosion and his brother, William, has been gether with one brother who lives in Instructed by J. Q. Ward, executive Cincinnati, Ohio and a aister In Tenn. agent of the Kentucky commission, to Mr, Collins was one of our most sublook after the purchases for this state. stantial citizens, and those who knew Mr. Brewster Is of the opinion that the him speak In the highest, terms of his so called "quail disease", alleged to be many sterling qualities. While he had prevalent in Mexico, la In reality "crate no children of his own he was deeply disease," and caused by unsanitary attached to Willie Kinder, his step son, shipping conditions, something that he and the attachment was mutual, the has taken pains to avoid this time. At young man mourning his loss almost as any rate, he says no disease seems to own father. A kindly man, industrious, attending strictly to his own attain, he have demimaCed the qua! In Mexico. Wild turkeys are reported to be rid- held the unstinted respect to bis neighiculously cheap In Mexico, and If they bors and friends, and his loss Is an one In the community In which are, the Kentucky mountains will be providing a closed season he resided. may be maintained on them for a few The Record Joins the many friends In years. condolence with the stricken family, BETTER TAKE WARNING. The postal authorities at Washington, G. M. LYON'S t BUSY fiflM STI.RF , 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. G. ;.M LANCASTER. II - LYONS. KENTUCKY. li II irr-- HE a l Before you buy your come and let us show you the famous It's many popular features and other points you should not over-loo- k when selecting a ' Cooking stove. GLOBE W. J. ROMANS, Laacaster, Ky. Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Nov MARTHA WASHING KENTUCKY 1 1 , 1915. Vice President s. HISTORY. n TON'S WILL. CASTORIA For Infanta and Children. The Kind You Have ifi;, The will of Martha Washington has been presented to the State of Virginia by J. Pierpont Morgan. In his letter, Mr. Morgan insisted on the absolute right of possession as maintained by his father and later by himself, through Always Bought ALCOHOL .. . JEK CENT. "J I simiaimsiteFoodaalRMili ilngtJicSionadisaadBcmdsif ilullUiV Bears the Signature of i nt Se Promotes DigesltonfltftriiJ-ncs- s and tVstfontalm nrlitrr Upuniiarphinc rwrMiarral CO f..r In the purchase of the Martha Washington will, but he disposes of the suit brought against him by the Commonwealth of Virginia In the United States Supreme Court, by returning the document to Virginia on patrotlc grounds and because of his admiration for the people The will and. traditions of Virginia. was drawn In 1900, probated In 1802, and stolen from the archives of Fairfax county in 1SG3 by a Federal soldier. MRS. STEWART AND HISS WILSON GUEST OF HONOR JhMtWj Milwaukee, Wis., Nov. 5. "Mrs, Cora Wilson Stewart, Kentucky's famous educator, and Miss Margaret Woodrow Wilson, daughter of President Wilson, are the guests of honor of the Wiscorv sin Educational Association. A banuqet was given yesterday In their honor at they Hotel Wisconsin, after which visited tho social centers of the city, Mrs. Stewart spoke on tho general pro y in gram. Miss Wilson speaks the social center section. Mrs. Stew art startled Wisconsin educators with the announcement that Wisconsin educa tors are thirteenth in the scale of lit eracy. She was greeted by an audi' ence of 7,000 teachers, who highly ap Ancrfeet Remedy for CBmfl t Inn . Smrr Stnm.-K-h.Untm WonasfoimilsumsJOTnsa- - Use For Over The Richmond says: "The first woman to own apiece of land In Kentucky was Susana Boone, wife of Daniel Iloonc, who very early obtained n patent for a tract in Madison county. The first marriage In Kentucky was that ot Samuel Henderson to Elizabeth Calloway, August 7, 1775. Their daughter, Fannie, was the first white child In the State born of parents born In the State,' The first plow manufactured was made by William Poguc, at Harrodsburg in 1770. He also made his first loom, while his wife brought the first spinning wheel to the State and wove frcm the lint of needles the first piece ot linen manufactured, and from buffalo wool the the first piece of llnsey. The first grit mill In the Stato run by water was perhaps the one built by Captain John Mc- Murtry, near Shakertown, In Mercer county In 1792. The first apple seeds were planted in Mercer county by mem bers of the McAfee company In 1775. Dr. Walker and his companions planted tho first peach seed and raised the first crop of corn cultivated by white men. near Barboursville. The first wagon of which history gives an account was run over Smith s wagon road from Lextng ton tn Maysvillc named Smith." in liBS, by a man President LUTHER STIVERS. CHARLES CONNER. R. E. BEATTV. Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Company Anglin Avenue Entrance South Bromlvvny Versailles Intcrurlinn LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. WILL II. HARP, Assistant Mnnngcr, BOB PAYNE. Bookkeeper. Courteous Service. ncss&ndLOSSOFSUXR TicSiml! Signttnrtcf Despondency Due (o Indigestion. Thirty Years CASTORIA Exact Copy of Wrapper. Ync predated her address. cnTwn sommiit. new Ton erre. It is not at all surprisingthat persons who have indigestion become discourag ed and despondent. Here are n few word of hope and cheer for them by Mrs. Blanche Bowers, Indiana, Pa "Fur years 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 advertised and got a bottle of them, I soon did I find the right treatment. began to Improve, and since taking a few bottles of them my digestion is fine." For sale by all dealers. MRS. LANGTRY BACK FROM ENGLISH TOUR. Travel there on the "St. Louis Special" equipped with electric lighted steel coaches, through drawing room sleeping cars to Jacksonville nnd new dining car service to AsheviUe, nnd from Ashcvillc to Jacksonville. The trip via AsheviUe is through "The Land of the Sky",the only scenic route to Florida. Very low s' fares nnd winter tourists' fares jow in effect; with stopovers nnd other special features. home-seeker- The Southern Railway is the direct line to A$hcville,Aiken,AuguRtn,Char-Icston- , Columbia, Savannah, Summer-vill- c and other southern resorts. IS asfcJ. .S, mt Get full Information and fares from the Southern Aptnf. nr write tn u. . I otlti. .... A, Dinner raiienzerAf cni.Louli. uie, fy. f jl f .ay'fissiwfsK . KENTUCKY CHILDREN'S DAN' AND PUBLIC SALE OK BEAUTIFUL DANVILLE FAIR GROUNDS i IEL BOONE LEAGUE I Tobacco Housed. I I (!) D. A. THOMAS. It. L. ELKIN. BOONE WAY. (From Mt. Vernon Signal, Nov. 5, '15) recently organized Kentuckv Children's Daniel Boone League, nt Louisville, whose object is meant to gain pledges of Kentuckians to use "Kentucky-mad- e products," as far as practicable, has made Mr. James Maret of Mt Vernon, their honorary president. In conferring upon him this honor the committee tried the followinglanguage: "On account of your untiring efforts and brave fight of three years past, to get a highway thru the Cumberlands, and in recognition of and as an expres sion of the profound admiration we have for your achievement in practical ly creating the Boone Way. this organ! zation proffers you the position of Hon orary President with the hope of your acceptance, and our assurance that you will be the only adult in the state so honored". Our townsman accepted the proffered position. The Kentucky Gazette, established at Lexington in 1734, and recently revived in Louisville, will be the organ of the Kentucky Children's Daniel Boone League. , In 1916 Boone Way will be routed to Lexington, Davidson county N. C, Boone's old home, and within next eighteen months will be routed to War renton, Missouri, Boone's last home. Distance between the two homes, l.OCO The miles. Best Cough Medicine for Children. long famed as the 'Jersey Lily," and whom the great English artist, Sir John Millais, de clared to be the most beautiful woman in the world, arrived in the United States on the American liner St. Paul last Sunday. She was accompanied by her entire London company and willun dertake immediately a complete tour of play, the South in her new foui-ac- t "Mrs Thompsop." This is a dramatization by the late Sydney Grundy of W. B, Maxwell's novel of the same name, and In the last play written by that famous playright. Mrs. Langtry was last seen in the South during the "MwThompson" eason of was accorded high praise by the London critics and enjoyed long runs In the principal cities of the British Isles. 1903-190- We will offer for sale at public in front of tho court house door ini Danville. Ky, on county court day, I am harry Mrs. T Freeh. It. n. 1, Hickory Point, Tenn, writes: to tell you, that I am cured of catarrh. Having ten iifHlctnt with catarrh ami stomach trouble for seven years. n,nt arter having tried four tllfTcrcnt doctors, who only relieved ir.ti firn Iff tie wlilK I cave up all and ti mr KrYJt hope of being cured. I was Induced to try surprise I am now entirely well My health never was better" People who use Peruna I Protect your labour and rental by Insuring your TOBACCO. Rates reasonable. See Mrs. Langtry, November 15, 1915. at 2 o'clock. P. M.. the Danville fair grounds, located less than a quarter of a mile from the city limits on tho Perry ville road. The property contains about forty acres of land and is joined Immediately on the cast by West Dan ville, a new subdivision, which has now been almost entirely built up. Streets run up to the grounds which are sub ject to subdivision and tale as desirable building lots, lhe grounds arc 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 es The tate of Col. Robert G. Evans. improvements consist of a residence, a numberof large barns, an amphitheatre, large grand stand, and outbuildings. The place is well watered with two Terms made wells and a cistern. known on day of sale. Danville Fair Association. G. B. ROBINSON, President, Danville, Kentucky, Col. I. M. Dunn. Auctioneer. ll-J-- 2t. THOMAS & EUKIN, Agents. S 1 I FOR INDIGESTION Mrs. VT, It. Whitehead. It. It. 1. Pryor. Oklahoma, writes: "I am happy to tell you that I keep free from my old stomach trouble; feel no catarrhal symptoms at alL I am able tn di my work, rat and drink what I want, and rejoice to know that I found a sura cure In your valuable medicine. I think It naved my life, lly beginning In time with ' . I'eruna I was cured sound and well." The I'eruna Company. Columbus. Ohio. Thoae who object to liquid medicines can' now procure rerun In tablet form. Are Strong and Happy THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. CIRCULATE THE HOME DOLLAR AT HOME! It will then pass through many hands, help many Capitol $50,000 A. It Surplus Vice 30,000. fcut that indigestion and tho distressed feeling which always coca with it can be promptly relieved ry taking a There Is No Question JENNY. President J. K. E. STOKMES. I'rts't: uyspepsia 1 ;siiihy. Ass't Cashier. S. DKNNY, Cashier. J. U GlU, !!ookKrpvr. a merchants and increase home prosperity. before and after each meal. SSoabox. R. E. McRobtrts Tablet Safety Samual V. Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUK For Rent. BUSINESS. A DOLLAR WELL SPENT IS A DOLLAR SPENT HERE COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. GARRARD 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. "Three years ago when I was living In PitUbnrgh one of my children had a herd cold and coughed dreadfully. Up on the advice of a druggist I purchased a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough RemI edy and it benefited him at once. find it the best cough medicine for children becauselt 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 Ly all dealers. Personal Stationery Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. or It reflects good taste and Aat once creates a favorable impression. Cochran, Alex It. Denny, J. II. IWy. J. K. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. CIRCUIT COURT. Lancaster Building & Loan Association, Plaintiir, VS. RICHMOND, KY. A TRAININO SCHOOL POR TEACHERS I X, Defendants. Harry Anderson, et al. 1'itr.nant in a tllflrrmant rtni1lrtl nt ti .limn form .liln t. 1'Jlfi. th nil. derslgned Commissioner will sell at public auction to the nignest ami pest bidder, before the Court House door In Lancaster, Ky., at 11 o'clock, A. M.or thereabouts, on MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1915. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. -- SyjjrT'r-'rll rjcJETeri Courses ImiIIdk to Klementarr, Intrrnieiltato ai d Ufe Ill tklux.lt f Kenbtte Certlftcstea. Vail.1 and all rttblloCourten, iTuition Hevlew tucky. lwi'la! t'o'iraea Free to Ailitevi. Two splendid dormitories, new model school, new manual training tulMlns, practice acltnol, department of agriculture, a well equipped nymnaalmii. Domcatlo Bcletn-e- . Kirt Term licclni Bepleiitiier 7. fecoml Term Iwiremlver 10, Third Terra January U, Knurl It Term Aprils, Hummer Hclioo! eiwni I '"'"H"" '" J'""' . . t IMIIIIi:, I'reaMeal. J BUENA VISTA Miss Nettle Ison visited In Jessamine TMI2 , last week. Mr. Chas. M. Scott of Lawrenceburg is visiting her brothers. W. C, Ogg of Waco made a businets W. B. Burton, Lancaster, - - - - Kentucky. ORGANIZED 1883. trip hero the first of the week. Mrs. Celia Armstrong of Louisville is the guest sf Mrs. C. F. Ison. Air. and Airs. J. w. bcott Jr.. were week-envisitors of Ilurgin relatives. Northern and home grown seed ryu. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Miss Marie Ruble who has Little been very ill of diphtheria is much Im proved. Messrs. C. M., J. E., and N. V. Scott made a business trip to Lexing ton Tuesday. d Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. Capital $50,000. D. V, Surplus $45,000. Vice-- HUDSON. President. J. J. WALKER, W. 0. P.igney, Ass't Cash'r. Job J, Walxeii, Jit.. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. Is Prest. the very backbone of every successful business. We regard your co- i operation as a necessary factor in our success. We hope you speak a pood word for us If we give you good service. If you find our service lacking In any respect, you will confer a favor upon us by telling US. It Is our business and our pleasure to our system wherever we find a weak spot Joe Hamilton and family. Mrs. W. E. Ruble was called to Jes- eamine last Thursday by the death of her mother, Mrs. Rosa Ison. Mr. Virgil Wilds, Mr. Ed. Ballard and family of Stanford spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Christopher. Mrs. Jas. Christopher visited her sister, Mrs, J, T. Hawkins, of Danville part of last week and attended the Ilanvltamiey meeting. Miss Alyce Mabel Scott will resume her school work in Mercer Monday after $37.80 and $75.00 paid May 15, 1915, to. a long Illness of fever. gether with the costs of said action. Mrs. Deleltha Evans spent the week's TERMS. end with her daughter, Mrs. Clarence The sale will be made on a credit of Ruble of near Danville. sir and twelve months and the l)Ur Mrs. Geo. Compton, of Independence chaser will bo required to execute bond Mo., Is the guest of her brother, Mr. with approved security for the purchase price, due In six and twelve months it being the first day of the Garrard County Court Term the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and des cribed as follows: Located in Garrard County. Keiv tucky, in the City of Lancaster and bounded and described as follows; Located on tho South sido of Danville Street, beginning at a stake in the mid dle of Danville Street, corner to lot between this and Johnston: thenco with middle of pike, S 87 VV 12.C5 poles to a stake corner to Duncan, now 1 ollaru. thence his line Sir. t.V.'U poles to a stake, corner to lot above mentioned nnd between this and Johnston: thence lino of same N 31 W 57.C1 poles to the beginning containing 4 acres 1 rood and 26 poles, but out of the above boundary ia excluded 1 acre conveyed bv R. C. Hamilton to Amelia Pumphrey by deed recorded In Deed liooK Mo. U, page 309, Garrard County Clerk's Ofllce. Th nurnoso of said sale Is to satisfy the mortgrge lien of said plulntiff amounting to MOO. CO with Interest from July 1C, 1912, at six per cent per annu-until paid, and also tho sum of $20.10 subject to the following credits Central Record. DOES THIS FIT Announcing Their r ""v i&fc " 131 YOUR HORSE 1 Doe b look rough h kluffclih imiihy nr often-dor unthrifty, mnelllLg itoola.talieilvffthuii' KraiiiK rat ricenfl d.2eiUi wholeautllt it (cildlntc ' w oo1, earth or Ilia bv he a CMprlcloo nietlte, du urluef If pan thick and cloudy1m welt cuitcd he tim catarrh of tli or Irhf eipuiure to raiur regular or uter feeding. 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It reitnUtvf uuirllluu. nnd Uftgeuertl health sud ilrtnstb promoter. X itnall nuintllr sltcii with tb food louicii aud exills clogged nud augntut eturrb! the. bowel) Hid ra.te mat (rout KNOCKS OUIWOHHH. Trjr UobCe,)0U'll uie It Comes luSCecimi I'J pound pall 11.00. O Stark Bro's Nurseries at Louisiana, Mo. a. il Ilt triumph it titurk Ur" a Inn? Cm tury ot Sucm the "Uouule-Llla-" It and Icatn about tha Raw fruit. lr lwr. tin met tioUtn-- th frw dvlrpmtot that rvttitt "collar rot.' Urt th New acts about "tttatk Delicious. Stark Early Ktberta. an4 all th latest , J, 1UI M K aches, Statk Lincoln laar. II,Mitk SV aches, alto Alontroorcncy Cherry. Mammoth liolJ llutn ami al tha other fatuous btark Uro's (rults, berries tod ornsmsjotal. Get Our New Catalog 1'KtX. ctmfoH usomcDes-niiea respectively and bearing interest at cent per annum the rate of six from date unt.l paid, havlnir the force a judgment upon which and effect of execution n.ay issue, payable to W, II. of the Brown. Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold un til all the purchase money is paid. rr COLIC CURK vivas quick rallcf without atopplDt tbe Lowda Ilk" won olhera do. 81s dots bottle tfe ; it dote bottla 11.00. cover with baotl(ul pho lograpns, j i ut im tr a potial, DISTKMl'Klt. ODUll AND HKAVK KKUKPV la oia.la of tha lluritdrun and will polllvl)r cure dlalenir and titans. Larga Mo. bottla O ana hStarkaaaress Dro's Dept A LeuUiaOa Mo, A .afar 4 W 1 f jr w jt4tk Uto't tstamltialJ. petia me LuUIaaa(Mo. ai avw. jwr nallntt ' mmcI taulaat. loi ae W, II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. R. II. Tomlinson. Att'y for Plff. Capt. A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. C.C.& J.E.STORMES, Druggist LANCASTER i KY. ii P0WHMMi ai .Aa. The Central Record, Thursday Nov TEATERSVILLE Itov. Lucy ha cloicil a two weeks meeting it New Antloch church, Mini Iva Raney lint been visiting her liter, Mr Mike Forbes of McCrenry, re Mimes Llda Itaney and Charlie vlilted Mill Dodo Ilourne 1 1, 1915 3 Page 3 just week, Mr. and Mrs Coy Sandert were week end guest of Mrs. Lcm Tealer, of Hudson, Hughes & Mead Teater ntertalned Friday at dinner the guest being Kev. E. C. Lacy, Mr. and Mrs. J. I), llourno and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hob (iulley, Mr. nnd Mra. t.em Teater, Mra. Florence Bsllsrd nnd Mltaea lva Raney and Leotn Kay, Uryantsvill). Try our Hour. pleaie you. It li guaranteed to Mr. Owing to an unavoidable delay of the manufacturers of our Butter Separators in Louisville, I regret to announce they failed to make me a shipment ,this week. They write me that they shall be in my hands not less than the first day of next week and at that time I will be ready to demlt onstrate THIS WONDERFUL INVENTION to any or all of you who may be interested. I regret this delay but I assure you that the delay was unavoidable. Yours truly, R. H. BATSON. fl85" 'I'll! WViS FONSO. Jelllco coal la the !est. Hudson Hughes & rarnau. Mra. Ilelle Henderson la visiting friends and relative" at Corbln. Miaa Lucille Lackey la a viiitor of frlenda and relatives In Lancaster tbl week. Mr. ami Mrt. Hoyle Dotv are rrjolc Inji orer the arrival of a fine "OemO' A Wond eriii 1 Mew Til crat," christened "Jamea Wooilrow". Mr. Jarnei Garner who has been visiting hla brother. Mr. Geo. Garner haa returned to his home in Montgomery In js Sitter r-oa- t county. Mr. and Mra. Ilurgrsa wish to an nounce a pie supper to lie held at Stony Point school house on Saturday night Nov. 13. The proceeds for benefit of the series of services to be cor ducted the week following, by Mr. Ilobart bmith. Everyone cordially invited. The Ladies Aid Society met at the home of the President of the society, Mrs. It. W, Palmer where an Ideal dinner was served and enjoyed by all 1 the members, with the exception of two or three. Society will meet at Falrvlew Church on next Thursday evening, where It la hoped, that every member will be present as well aa more that are not members, who will be cordially welcomed. that bv drr.'iinq a skin filled Vvith cream across the desert he could produce a new article or rocct that we now know as butter. Through a!l the ages that have massed the e principle that the Arab disself-sam- 'J Some 6000 years ago, an Arab discovered covered hn? b?en the only principle usecf in the making of butter. diis a v.Toiig principle. Nov all is to be changed. simple. And :': has been from diat time to BRYANTSVILLE Miaa Mattie Coulter has been quite alck for aeveral daya. Mrs. Celia Armstrong of Louisville, came Thursday for a short vlait. Dr. Nelson Mayes of Paint Lick, was here for a visit to Or Montgomery. Messrs. J. C. Williams and i. I login Usllard were in Nicholaaville Monday. Miss Marguerite Woolfolk ot Lexington. Is the guest of Miaa Mayme Lee Uallard. Mra. It. 1. Burton and Mra. Grow have been at the bed aide lot Mra. It. L. Uurton. Quite a number from Hubble attend ed services Sunday at the Mcthudilt church, conducted by Itev, Davis. Mra. lielle Davia haa returned to her home in Jessamin after a risk to Mra. C. M. Dean and Mra. W. K. Davia. Good flour makes good bread. Our flour is guaranteed to please. Hudson, Hughea Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. V. T. King of llyatts-vllt- e, were here aeveral dava last week visiting Mr, and Mrs. Howard King. Miss Cecil Howling of K. C. V Danville, spent the week end with her parents, Mr. and Mra. G. A. Howling. Miss Mayme Uallard and guest. Miss Marguerite Woolfolk, Messrs It. It. Fox and Thomas Chesnut attended the y Revival at Danville Tuesday night. Mra. J. Hogan Uallard entertained at an elegant dinner Sunday. Among those present were Mr. and Mra. David Knoble, Misses Knoble, Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Eider of Camp Nelson. The remains of Thomas laon who was burned to death in a straw stack false principle is overthrown. A new and natural principle has taken its place. butter has become wonderfully simple and wonderfully easy. , age-ol-d The A new principle has been discovered. Butter making has been made The making of good The Lancaster Butler Separator Revolutionizes Butter Making The Arab was able to produce butter because the goat skin bounded up and down, up and down, across the desrrt. 1 he cream was pounded, beaten and whipped until the butter cms. Every " churn" from that day to this has made butter by beating the cream, as in the dash "churn" or letting the cream whip itself agair.o. the sides and walls of a "churn" as in the barrel or swing " churn." Cream, as you may know, is filled with millions and millions of little round balls of butter fat anJ the process of butter making is merely that of collecting these butter globules. The pounding and beating or in other words the "churning" process that has always been used, results in these little butter globules being mashed, their surfaces broken and as they collect they are necessarially filled through and through with butter milk and other foreign matter that was never intended to be a part of good butter. The butter so produced has a tendency to be greasy and salvy, sours easily (because the buttcr-nvlcannot be washed out) and quickly acquires a rancid disagreeable flavor. k Lancaster Batter !s The Best Butter You Ever Tasted You will be struck by the different and all together better flavor of Lancaster Butter. You will find it possesses a mellowness and smoothness that you do not find in any other butter. You will find an utter absence of any harshness, sourness or that disagreeable rancid taste so common in butter that is made in a "churn." You will find Lancaster Butter so superior that it " tastes good by itself," which is, as you know the supreme test in butter. Once you have tried Lancaster Butter, all other butter will seem common-plac- e and you will realize better than we can tell you how truly the Lancaster Butter Separator, with its new principle has indeed revolutionized butter making. Made And Sold Only By Members Of The Lancaster Butter Makers' Association This vastly better butter will not be permitted to be the victim of care- The Lancaster Butts:' Separator adopts, to a certain extent, the well known principle of the cream scparatorand by combination of centrifugal forces and aeration processes, collects the millions of tiny butter globules without breaking their surfaces or mashing and bruising them. The butter globules retain their original shape nnd come together in a granular mass, from which it is just as simple ard easy to wash the buttermilk and all foreigp matter as it would be from a mas3 of shot. is completely washed out of Because of the case with which butter-milthe butter, Lancaster Butter is pure butter fat and nothing else and as such it possesses a sweetness and purity that is not equaled in any other butter. k less, unreliable handling. It is made and sold only by Licensed members of the Lancaster Butter Makers' Association, an organization consisting of the best grocers and the best farmers in each community, who have made common interest the cause of butter purity and butter goodness. When you go to your grocer, look for the sign "Licensed Member of the Lancaster Butter Makers Association' together with the seal "The Sign of Better Butter" and if you see this, you can go in and buy Lancaster Butter with the assurance that you are receiving for the money that you pay, the very utmost of real butter goodness. near Ilurgin last Sunday night, were buried at Mt. Olivet Friday afternoon. The family have the sympathy of the eHlre community in their bereavement. The protracted services conducted at the Methodist church by the Kev. P. II. Davis closed Sunday night after u very succeiiful meeting of ten days. The crowds were unusually largo and great Interest was taken. There were about 30 conversions and additions. its wonderful labor saving and money making possibilities and who wants to become a producing part of the Lancaster Butter Makers' Association can obtain a demonstration of the Separator and full details of the whole proposition by applying to Any farmer or any farmer s wife who wants to learn the details of the Lancaster Butter Separator with R. H. BATSON Lancaster children in Texas. Editor E. C. Walton was called to 1W. Dennis Spragens spent the Lexington by the illness of his brother. week end with homefolka at Ellisburg. Col. W. 1 Walton. Mra. T. J. Hill Jr, has returned home Mra. J. J. McCall of Maretburg was after a visit to her home folka in Cin the week end guest of her son, Mr. and cinnati. Mrs, Logan McCall. Mra. Ed Walker of Lancaster haa Miss Mabel Gum, of Lexington, ts the been the guest 0f her sister, Mra. J. attractive guest of Mra. II. D. Frye 1 1 ays. u. and Miaa Lucinda Lutes. Mra. Maggie Gover has been the Mrs. J, Fox Dudderar left Monday guest of relatives and friends at Crab for Indianapolis, Ind., to be the guest Orchard. of relatives and friends. Mrs. J, F. Larue of Louisville la the Mrs. It, II. Hronaugh, Jr., ot Crab guest of her aister, Mra. George F. Orchard, baa been the guests of her De Horde. Mrs. J. M. McCarty and children of friend, Mrs. Susan D. Yeager. Kentucky We hare n pleasant laxativo that Trill do just what you trans it to do. Q ' We sell thousands of them and wo hire never seen a. better remody for the bowels. Sold only by us, 10 cents. R. E. McRobtrts STOP AT OUR STANFORD GARAGE When in Danville Good Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Complete line of Tires. In Everything Accessories. Automobile Prestollte Service. MITCHELL & Halls Gap, are the guests of Mrs, W. Mrs. U. V. W. Darlington and little L. McCarty. daughter of Huntington W. Va, are Miss Annie Ashlock spent several hers with relativea and friends. daya last week with Mrs. W. M. Zanone Mrs. W. D. Nave and Miss Sarah at Lancaster. Mra. J. N. Menefee SHACKELFORD. Second Street. Phone 124. Br, baa been con. fined to her Lome" for aeveral daya on account of illness. Meadames J. A. and M. A. Ueailey Danville, Ky. of Lancaster were here Thursday with Mrs. Will Hays. Mr. W. II. Murphy and little son have returned borne from a visit to bit Curtis, ot Hustonville, were here this week with relativea and friends. Mr. T. L. Yantls and daughter, Miss Allie of Lancaster, attended the burial of Mrs. McAllster here Sunday. Mrs. J, C. Osborne has returned to ber home at Knoxvllle, after visit to her mother, Mrs. Charlotte Warren. Mlis Lucile Hourigan, of near Lebanon, is the guest of her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Rupley. Mr. Alex Denny and Bon, Mr. S. C Denny, ot Lancaster, were here Sunday the guesta at the home of J. S. Hocker. Miss Lula Cooper left this week for Leltchfleld III, to be the guest of her brother, Edwin Cooper for two weeks. Mrs. A, C. Hill, who has been quite 111 with typhoid fever for aeveral days, remains so, her friends regret to learn. Sheriff and Mra. J. G. Weatherford spent Sunday in Hustonville with Col. George D. Weatherford, who has been sick. Itev. and Mrs. It. L. Druce returned from Spring Hill, Tenn, where they went to attend the funeral of Rev. Itruce's father. Mrs. W. K. Shugars, who underwent an operation In Winchester about two months ago, returned home Sunday very much Improved. Mra. Ed. Wilkinson and daughter, Miss Gertrude, are the guests of Mrs. It. 11. Wilkinson and Mrs. Jack Casey at Lancaster this week. Very little has been done in Circuit court, as it has only been in session a few daya since it convened the tint Monday in this month. Mr. and Mrs. E. It. Hutchinga of near Lexington, motored here Friday and spent several days with her brother Mr. George Farris and family. Monday was county court day here and b good crowd was piesent. It ia said that there were probably more stock dealers and buyers here than had been in this city in some time. There were over 1.500 cattle at Nunnelley's stock yards and good prices were real, lied. James T. Menefee, of Knoxville, Tenn, but formerly of this city, who travels for the Forest City Faint Co. won this year the prize, which was $300, given by the company to the salesman making the best record for the year. Mr. Menefee has for three years, won a similar prize. The following engraved invitations have been received here. "Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Harrison Hlgglns request the honor of your presence at the marriage of their daughter, Mary Walker, to Mr. Richard Tbomwell Fewell on the evening of Thursday, November the eighteenth at 8 o'clock." ' Do Not Grlpo THE EDITOR SOLILOQUIZES, When a dearly-lovesubscriber writes to us in irate vein, "Stop the paper; never send the vile sheet to my home again," we just puff our sweet and we stroke the office old corn-cocat; editors "don't have no feelings" never mind, we're used to that. When a typographical error some times creeps in by mistake, and our friends rush in and tell us what a ass we'd make, we just overlook their errors, never giving tit for tat editors are pachydermia and oh we're used to that. When our advertisers cancel, telling us the sheet's no good; when subscribers choose to pay us in tomstoes or cord wood; well, we simply grin and bear it, though it leaves us rather flat; editors can exist somehow somehow we get used to that. When your uaugnter s grauuauon or her wedding day comes round, you exthat in adpect the kind of write-up- s jectives abound, do you ever stop to thank us, though 'tis done with great "eclat", that's what editors are there well, we're used to that. for, and-d b first-class Ob, Mrs. T. W. Pennington delightfully entertained the Rook Club on Tuesday afternoon at her homo on Danville avenue. The house was decorated in chrysanthemums and delicious refreshments were served. The tally cards were democratic sample ballots and the favors were rooster whistles, which were quite appropiata as it was election day. There were six tablea of players. Remarkable Core of Croup. "Last winter 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, O, Cook. Indiana, Pa, "It cut the pelegm and relieved his coughing spells. I am most grateful for what this remedy bat dome for him." For sale by all dealers. Page 4 I8SUEO : $1.00 The Central Record, Thursday Nov a tear. 1 1, 1915. TheCeMal Recoro INCORPORATED Weekly. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Mfir K R.L. ELKIN, Local Editor ami a Mali Matter. Eatared at tb roil Offlca In Lancutrr, Member j, J. E. Dickerson's LATEST CREATIONS ON I 3 Kentucky Tress Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Kt., Horembcr 11, 1915 EXHIBIT. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Cltv 0111ms ... 6.00 por County Offices 10.00 15.00 tor State and District Office .10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications In the Interest of Individuals or expression of individual views, per Don't Fail to See Our Wonderful Offerings in line... Obituaries, per line , 10 .05 We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Illgglns a candidate for County School Superintendent of Garrard County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary August 1917. The election was so close between the contending parties that the public was kept in a state of suspense for a week waiting the final determination A. O. Stanley has been legally and honestly elected governor, will be awarded the certificate and will be the next Governor of Kentucky, Whilehis majority is much smaller than was ex pected, yet it Is an mquestionable one, so conceded by all fairmindedpersonr. The suggestion in tome news papers that a contest before the legislature may result, will not materialize. There are no grounds for a contest. Fublic sentiment will not tolerate a groundless partisan contest, gotten up with no hope of success, for the sole purpose of arousing partisan predjudice. Whether it is best that the margin in party contest be close is not always easy to determine. There was, however, no reason why demociats should have been so deceived as many were as to the out come of the recent election. Kentucky does not always go democratic in gubernatorial elections. Whether we have been successful in even a majority of such elections for the past twenty four years will admit of argument. Several weeks ago the Progressive party collapsed in this state and we met a united, well organized Republican foe on November 2nd, with a popular leader in Edwin P. Morrow. In the tenth and eleventh districts the Republican majorities were surprisingly large. The roal industry in those districts, as well aa in some other parts of the state, ban been dull for more than a year, until recently. Many miners have been out of employment and Republican leaders have led the miners to blame the national Democratic administration for their lack of work. No other issue materially affected these districts. The ultra temperance democrats were not satisfied with the county unit platform and the pledges of Mr. Stanley to carry out the pledge to enforce the temperance laws of the state. This element of the party are demanding state wide prohibition and that the party take steps toward that end and nothing else would satisfy them. That this Is a growing sentiment in our party, there Is no question. Many of these democrats refused to support the nominee of our party, and forgetting their party pledge incidental to participating in the primary voted for the republican candidate. Many democrats were Indifferent as to the outcome of the election. Just criticism. Indefensible attacks madb against some of the. departments of the present state administration, disgusted democratic voters and they ignored the opnortun itv to vote. The large state debt that should never have been permitted to accrue with other shortcomings of the the state administration in our judg ment caused more democrats to 'stay at home' and 'winter their votes' than any other cause we have heard sue gested. Mr. Stanley had this weight to carry, though unjustly so. The un just and untrue criticisms made against the democratic nominee during the contest for the nomination identifying him with the liquor interests of the state still remained In the minds of people, which also cost him some votes. The fact that Mr. Stanley was regarded as a political opponent of Senator Beckham deprived the ticket of the ilncere and active support of many of the junior Senators friends all over the state. These various causes in the different sections of the state came near giving to the united enemy the control of the state for the next four years. Democrats should know these troubles in their ranks, many of which can be healed, and get together for 1910. CHARRED BODY Tailored Suits and Coats, Strictly Tailored and Representing the Latest Whispers of Fashion. MISSES COATS EVERY The model illustrated tthovt is 727 same aa ahown in the October FOR DAY SCHOOL AND WEAR. The model illustrated above ia 1078 aame aa shown in the October itme of The Delineator. 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KENTUCKY, Stanford President In her own gracious and charming manner delivered a "FederaMrs. Harry Dlshop, of Louisville tion Message", every word of which made a most convincing talk urging was convincing ar.d fraught with deep the club to endorse the idea there meaning to the club members. The should be a seperate training school charm of our presidents personality is for girls at reform school where there always recognized, compelling admira would be no necessity for keeping either tion and loyalty to the cause she esious-essex under lock and key, adding that this training school should offer the Mrs. Alfred Zembrod of Lexington, hlghess development of specialized State chairman of the Art Department education for these girls. She urged gave an address on "Art Museum and the women to take up the work of look- Commission for Kentucky". The ading after and providing u home for dress was masterful, showing that these girls after they leave the reform "Kentucky is n large field for Art, but She said that the reform not fertile". Mrs. Zembrod said in school. school for boys and girls at Greendale, part: "Kentucky Art needs richer soil; Fayette County, was a failure because It needs as Its first layer n rich ap a school for for boys and girls Is al- preciation, then a strata of energy, ways a school for boys. She said that then a sprinkling of silver In coin for Kentucky took a step forward when the roots of a State Art Commission sne separated her juvenile reformatories and a State Art Museum which will from tier prisons. She must go farther gtow of themselves, if planted and today tnd separate her children from fertilized now and then." the penal system. Her schools must1 This talk was followed by a paper on be taken out of the hands of the Prison Art by Mrs. W. K. Warner, of Stan-forCommission. Her children must no longer be considered a part of the penal Splendid reports were read by all the system. clubs present The reports of Ferry-villThe Kentucky law, as enacted by the Middlesboro, Williamsburg, I'ina-vidLegislature of 1893, provides for "two Mt. Vernon, Corbin and Junction one for boys and one for City were sent in and read by Mrs. H. institutions, girls '. We have at Greendale a boys' Clay Sutton. Perhaps the greatest institution the two hundred acres of work done by each club was in the ground anu mo imiusmai equipment c,vjc deparlmentt showing that are for their use, with the exception of ,.ServI(:e t0 othen,.. h become ,he , . tli Inrlfpil ratface, where fortv.one .... waicnworu oi mis organization. hopeless white girls serve their sen Mrs. J. Q. A. McDowell, of Danville, tences. submitted r plan ot work for this disThe Juvenile Court Judges will not which was highly endorsed by commit neglected, unfortunate girls to trict present and will be printed for those prison life. We know today that cor- distribution. rection does not correct. We believe The luncheon at the Kengarlan was that education trains and redeems. Mrs. Robert ot the day. What training for citlzenshsp does a feature Kentucky otter to the children who be- Elxln was toastmistress and toasts were responded to by Mrs. Lowndes come charges of the state? Miss Ama VanMcter of Danville, she have it if wo send her back and Can Miss Esther Burch of Stanford, Mrs. crowdto the tenement the Bartlett. of Lawrenceburg and ed sleeping conditions, the bad neighbo- Morris George 1!' Mnson, Mrs. Emma Mrs. rhood-back to the drunken father, Kauffman, Mrs. Tneo Curry, Mrs. II. back to the Immoral mother herself Clsy Sutton and Miss Joan Mount of the child of a woman equally unfit? the local club. Among the Resolutions on Courtesies With heredity, temperament, environment, all against her, shall we send her the Mayor of Lancaster was extended borne and expect a miracle? thanks for ordering the Isrgn gates reThese were the questions she asked moved that the Convention might enand the line of thought she presented. ter; the School Board was thanked for Mrs. Morris Bartlstt. the State the use of the auditorium; the pro Mrs. Edd Walton told of the J. ' E. DICKERSON RSI SI work. i IHK TOUIIIdllS blUU LIKdlttd Uy The WomaniClub) FEDERATED WOMEN'S CLUBS CONVENTION. About 100 delegates and visitors to the second annual district meeting of the Federated Women's Clubs of this district met in Lancaster Saturday. The day was perfect and added greatly to the enjoyment of all, especially those coming from a distance. Doth the morning and afternoon ses sions were held in the Graded School auditorium. Mrs. Theo. Curry, Chairman ot this district presided in an easy, dignified yet executive manner. Mrs. James 11. Kinnaird opened the meeting with an earnest prayer. Mrs. Robert Elkln, president of the Woman's Club of Lancaster gave the welcome address. Mrs. William Severance, of Stanford responded in her usual happy manner, Mrs. Harry McCarty, of Richard Nicholasville, Mrs. Tasker Lowndes, of Danville, Mrs. John W. Hughes and Miss Jennie Warren, of Stanford spoke earnestly upon the Ellen Wilson Memorial Fund. This fund Is to be a memorial to the late Mrs. Woodrow Wilson at.d is to be devoted to the education of boys and girls of the mountains. Their plan is to raise $2,000 from this district. Miss Amanda Rhodes of Danville, Chairman State Federation ''Arts and Crafts" gave a most delightful talk on her work. The Convention is also indebted to Miss Rodes for her traveling box of Arts and Crafts, exhibiting work of school children and others, the local club is indented to Miss Annie Margaret Elkln for assisting her In the display and adding some local work. 'Kentucky's War an Illiteracy" was ably bandied by Mrs. Mattie Duncan. In the round table discussion on Illiteracy n Mrs. Lowndes and Mrs. George told of Danville's work and the work of the Junction City club under the supervision of Mrs. Robert Burke, Spill-ma- . prietors of the Kengarlan Hotel, for the delightful luncheon and entertainment given there; Jacob Schulz Co., the Florist, of Louisville, Ky., for the beautiful Flowers, sent through the docora-tin- g Miller Bros; the merchants-fo- r their windows in the Federation colors, white and green. To Mr. Raymond Hughei for delightful music rendered. The Lancaster Woman's Club with Mrs. Robt. Elkin at its lead, and Mrs. Theo. Curry, Chairman of the Fourth District, came in for their thanks for the manner in which the Convention was conducted. One of the principal indications of a broadening of Club thought, and activity was the great interest taken in the education of our mountain boys and girls. We deplore the fact that Ky does not come up to other states who have raised the standard of a higher education. These boys and girls are capable, with fine Intellects only need ing an opportunity. No finer material have we in the state for future citizenship. The Ellen Wilson Memorial Fund is a nationwide movement to create a Tne living memorial to Mrs. Wilson. sums donated are to mike a permanent endowment the interest of which goes to educate boys and girls who would e, e, -- ! not otherwise have the opportunity This Is much better than to erect a statue of bronze or marble. This will be truly a living memorial, raising up noble boys and girls to do honor to the State and nation. Mrs. Hardie Ripy the charming State Cor. Secretary was a guest of the Womans Club Saturday. Identified As That 01 Tom Ison. The charred remains of the body found in the burnt straw stack near Burgin last week was clearly Identified as that of Tom lion who shot Raymond Mayes near Bryantsvllle on the night of Oct. 30th. The pistol found was said to have been Iscn's and other trinkets found near made the Identity certain. The remains were burled in In the family burying ground at ML Raymond Mayes Olivet last Friday. has returned to bis home and Is entirely out of danger from the wound. two-roo- It is over that Is, our district Con ventlon, but our gracious and charming guests and the new thought and enthusiasm they brought into our club will long bo remembered. have told us the same story distress niter eating, gases, Heartburn. A Yes Many People Z Dyspepsia Tabfct before and alter each tne will rtliert you. Bold only by ua 25c. S' R. E. McRebtrta M 13, herreadv wit and happy humor. Toasts were given by Miss Van Meter, of Danville, Mrs. Theodore Currey. Mrs. COMPLIMENTARY Emma Kauffman, Miss Joan Mount, The Danville Messenger has the fol- Mrs. Geo. Robinson, of Lancaster, Mrs lowing to say of the convention held Bartlett, of Lawrenceburg and Mita Ester llurch of Stanford. About 75 here Saturday: "Members of the Danville branch of CUettfi. including nfTrera nnil rllo. I the Woman's Federated Clubs, who were sealed at the well appointed attended the district meeting at Lan tables ana all felt that this was a day caster on last Saturday, are loud In ions' to be remembered in U'nmnna meir praise oi ttio charming manner Club circles, which will result In efforts In which the Lancnate'r women enter- at great things fur the future-Inter- ior Journal. tained them. The meeting was held In the besutiful new graded school ' CARD OF THANKS. building, the chapel tastily decorated for the occasion. At noon the dele We desire toexpresaourmany thanks gates were invited to the Kengarlan hotel, where a delicious dinner was to those who were so kind to us, during our recent illness and bereavement. served. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray and family. Mrs. Robert L. Elkln, president of the Lancaster1 organization, delivered the address of welcome, and her keen BUSINESS CHANGE wit and happy sayings were greatly appreciated by the visitors. Mrs. WilHouston and Kdirar Colson. have liam Severance, of the Stanford bought the Cleaning and Pressing ei. Woman's club, made the response; tablishment of A. D. Kirk and have other addresses were delivered by Urn. taken charge, These splendid Young Morris Bartlett, newly elected state men have just recently mored here from president; Mrs. Harry Bishop, of LouJ Lexington, and propose to run an Isville; Mrs. Hardy Rlpy, of Lawrencebusiness. They ask your patronburg; Miss Amanda, Rodes, of Dan- age. Read their advertisement in this ville, and Mrs. Alfred Zembrod, of Issue of the Record. Lexington. Mrs. Theodore Currey, recently elected chairman of the Fourth District Federation of Woman'sfClubs, TO MAKE DANDRUFF presided at both the morning and afternoon sessions. QUICKLY VANISH. To say the visitors enjoyed every No one likes dandruff, but to get rid moment of their stay in the capital of the good county of Garrard does not of it you must do more than wash vour fully express their pleasure, and all hair. The cause of dandruff lies not In are of the opinion that Lancaster the hair, but on the scalp'and In the hair women certainly know how to enter- roots, and just as twice dally you use a germicidal tooth powder or cream to tain." cleanso your teeth of germs, so you should use I'arUIan Sage twice daily to STANFORD WOMAN drive dandruff from your scalp, prevent Its return, protect your hair from falALSO COMPLIMENTARY. ling out and nourish Its proper growth. Dandruff makes your hair fall out. A most Interesting part of Saturdays Parisian Sage makes Dandruff fall out program was the banquet at the noon and your hair stay In. hour at the Kengarlan Hotel, conA delightfully perfumed hair and sisting of a five course dinner, delight- scalp treatment easily applied at home, fully prepared and served. Mrs. very inexpensive and obtainable from Robert Elkln acted aa R. E. McRoberts or at any drug or and won the admiration of everyone by toilet counter. DANVILLE WOMEN toast-mistre- 1' The Central Record, Thursday Nov 11 1915. r ' BUYING. Page 5 REPLENISHED. t e Our SUIT and COAT Stocks have been replenished with exceptionally good values for the Winter Season, at prices that make buying almost irresistable when you see the garments. SEE THESE WONDERFUL NOVEMBER OFFERINGS BEFORE THE JOSEPH MERCANTILE Exclusive Ladies Outfitters. COMPANY. grand-daugh-' Gos5io Quick Meal Mailable Range People About V-vv Triple Walls, Steel, Asbestos and Steel Inside Lining, Enameled Steel to Prevent Rusting. J. E. Mount, - I vi i 1 I I. 1 8 .7 k Just now we have a nice assortment of La ui LIBERTY BELL AT ter. Miss Ella Mae Bourne have return- - j WORTH $1000 TO 9 ed after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. John j Mrs. Davis Prattler was in Cincinnati Underwood of Danville. JOHN ROHRMAN' LOUISVILLE. this week for a short visit. Mr. Houston Colson, of Lexington, Louisviiu will be forced to ris early Miss Elizabeth Grimes is in Lexlng, arrrived Wednesday to assist his broth- Formtr "Ice King" of Louisville Tells to greet the prehistoric Liberty Hell, ton for a visit to relatives. Why He Likes Tanlac. er Mr. Edgar Colson, in the business or Philadelphia, as it will reach that nd A Drltf Mention of the Comlno Mrs. J. R. Henderson is in Iiuckeye which he has just purchased here. 1 Oolnji Ly Thoit Wt Arc interested. In. Louisville, Ky., Nov. 10th. John city at 0 o'clock on tho morning of for a visit to Mrs. W. T. Noel. Mr. Hugh Miller left Monday for Rohrman, known to almost everybody Sunday, Nov. 22, accotding to announcement made by Denny B. Goode, of the Mr. and Mrs. Charley Pope have Duluth Minn., to resume his work, in this city as the "Ice King" of Publicity after a visit to his mother, Mrs. Dora .Mrs. Ed Walker is in Stanford the been recent visitors in Lexington. is among the large number of Louisville Convention and league. guest of Mrs. J. C. Hayes. persons who have used Tanlac with the is the Miller, and other relatives here. Miss Lottie Carson of Stanford Miss Dove Harris, of Lancaster and most beneficial results. Mr. Rohrman Mr. and Mrs. Samuel G. Hasclden guest of her cousin. Miss Allio Yantis PROMINENT LEXINGTON Danville was a vijitor at the Womans said; and ions, motored to Lexington Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Perry, of Stanford and "Less than two weeks ago I ob Convention Saturday and presented the Dr. J. M. Frazee, of Maysville was Miss Leila Ileatty motored to Richmond PHYSICIAN FOUND DEAD. Lancaster library with a set of bookf. tained this Tanlac. The medicine was bunilay. a recent visitor in the city of just what I needed. It went straight Dr. Robert L. Willis, 00 years old, Mr. George Face of Norfolk. Va, to Miss Ora Prather left Wednesday for the spot. I strengthened right up, former superintendent of the Eastern Miss Gertrude Wilkcrson of Stanford a stay with her aunt. Miss Ida Potts in who has been the pleasant guest of Mr aiy appetite is improved as well as my Kentucky Hospital for the Insane and and Mrs. Fred P, Frisbic is making Chicago. is the guest of her cousin, Mra. J. M sleep. If I had paid $1000 for the a promiment physician of Le.u'ngton Western tour with a view of locating, medicine it would have been Casey. Miss Tommie Francis left Wednes worth was found dead in his office at 1:45 The Baptist Ladies Aid Society met that to me. The anticipation of taking o'clock last Saturday. Coroner Leigh Miss Tommie Francis was in Danville day for a visit to Mrs. Ranks Hudson with Miss Justina Johnson Tuesday the next dose of Tanlac is a real R. Gordon pronounced death due to the past week for the "Ham Itamsey" in Danville. afternoon, Mrs. Thomas Hendren serv pleasure. meeting. apoplexy. His body was found by a Mrs. Uettie Dudderar is in Nicholas There is no better tonie for weak, patient who, ing as President, and Mrs. A. J. Clere after waiting an hour and r;. u. waller or Ixmisville is ville for a visit with her niece, Mrs. C, as Mrs. and anaemic persons than u F. Denman. half for him, opened the door to his here visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Brown Tanlac. It is a splendid private olllce. He apparently had been Miss Emma Walker entertained her Miss Eliza Lunsford will leave short at iiuckeye. tonic, blood purifier and tissue builder, dead for several hours. Dr. Willis is ly for a stay with her sister Mrs. Wells Sunday school class on Tuesday even' It is especially beneficial in Buy a 1916 cases of survived by a brother, Joe Willis, proMrs. K. L. Owsley is in Danville ing at her hon.e on Stanford street, in Cincinnati. a visit to her friend, Mrs. Dave Pink and white was the color scheme stomach, liver and kidney troubles, prietor of Crab Orchard Springs, and Mr. Curtis Smith of Danville was usej, and most delicious refreshments rheumatism, nervousness, debility, ca will be remembered by Dunn and family. a large number tarrhal aud bronchial troubles, coughs, of people who have visited the guest Sunday of his friend Miss were served. Crab OrMrs. George Miller Lusk left Saturcolds, the of pneumonia, chard Springs in the past. Uettie Reynolds. day for a visit to her sister, Mrs. H. E. Mr. S. H. Aldridge and family will la grippe, and the like. Cylendar 6 Cylendar 4 Mr. George Estes left Wednesday for leave soon for their new home at Paris Hughes In Louisville. Tanlac is now obtainable in Lancas Richmond to accept a position in his Crosilng, Ind. Mr. Aldridge has rePROSPECTS GOOD Mesdames Ed I'rice and N. 1). I'rice ter at R. E. McRoberts and at liry uncle's grocery store. purchased property and itis with antsville at Becker, Ballard and Scotts, cently have been recent guests 0f or, ami For Gorernment Building Here Soon. . Miss Jer.nia Cox is tt home from the much regret that we give up thi Mrs. S. I. Grant in Danville. W. ACEY, Manager. Postmaster Brown has been in comNormal school at Richmond where she estimable family. Miss Dove Harris of Danville was munication w(th the "powers that be" HIGH FLYER Mrs. B. F. Hudson presided at has completed a term. here Saturday for the meeting of the at Washington for several weeks and 12 o'clock dinner in eompli. Miss Elsie Zimmer is enjoying a stay handsome Lieut. Caswell Sauiley of Stanford Makes it looks just at this Federation of Women' Clubs. time as if matters George Face of Norfolk ith her brother, Dr. Charles Zimmer ment to Mr were not in pretty good shape for the The Chautauqua Circle met Tuesday Va. Mrs. Marshall K. Denny was a Record Breaking Flight. f E and wife in Pomeroy Ohio. beginning of a new Government buildafternoon with Miss Uettie Kobinson hostess at a dinner party in honor of ing at this place. A letter to PostMrs. Alfred Zembrod of Lexington Mr. Face, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Frisbie's Special to the Advocate. at the home of Mrs. Alex Walker. was the guest Saturday and Sunday of recent guest. Pensaeoia, Fla., Nov. C Lieut. Cas master Brovy-this week, containing A XJTTTvTrLTDVO Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ileattv have re Mrs. S. H. Anderson and daughters. Miss Martha Tinder, of Lancaster, well Saufley, of Stanford, Kentucky, in the blueprint of the foundation and the turned to their home in Richmond after location of the test pits which the govMrs. Emma KaulTman and son, H. who is attending school at Transylvania a hydroplane this morning rose to a visit of 2 weeks to Mr. Cecil Beatty. If so call at ernment propose to have dug. Bids height of eleven thousand feet, a n Clay Kauffman were in Hustonville University, returned to Lexington, Mrs. J. G. Carpenter and daughter. are asked for this soil investigation, Sunday to see Mrs. Mary KaulTman. Monday, after a visit to Miss Egley record for that machine. Miss Josephine Carpenter of Stanford which is to be made according to the Roberts.. ..Mrs. James Burnside and J. S. Haselden, 0. T. Wallace and were hero forWoman's Club Convention specifications now in the hands of .Mr. daughter. Miss Annie Bell, Mrs. Luther PAY YOUR BETS MesJames J. It, Haselden and S. II Brown. Blank forms are also furMr. and Mrs. J. Havmond Haselden, Gibbs and niece, Miss Walker1 of Lan Anderson motored to Danville, Tuesday Misses l'arke, and Ezell motored to, caster, have returned home after i STANLEY'S ELECTION SURE BY SMALL nished and the bids must be made in writing on these forms. The site for Mesdames W. 0. Goodloe, James visit to Mrs. W. J. Shearer. Jessa re- -' Danville for the for a nice Lunch, also Everything in Soft Drinks MAJORITY. this building was purchased and paid Ramsey and Miss Jennie Lackey were mine Journal. vival. in Mrs. J. M. Mount and interesting! visitors of Danville relatives, Monday, That A. O. Stanley has been elected forby the government about three years 11 The following delegates and visitors E ago and it looks now like a new GovMr. and Mrs. E. E. Childress and attended the Women's Federated Club Governor of Kentucky over Edwin P, little son. Jack, were recent visitors of Logan daughter, Evelyn, of Villa Grove. III., Convention Saturday: Misses Amanda Morrow by a plurality which is less ernment bunding for Lancaster, "THE Mrs. Mrs. Mount's sister, LAND OF NOW". Wood of Danville. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Jen Rodes, Ama Yerkes VanMeter, D. than 500 votes, is practically conceded, nings. B. Harris. Mesdames J. W. Mitchell, With 119 counties olTicially certified to, Mrs. Forest Fittgerald and little and only 12 ballots affected in Laurel, daughter, Dorothy, of Danville aru Mrs. Mary Lackey is visiting friends Chas. II. Rogers, Banks Hudson. J. Q, YOU'LL FIND IT INTHIS COLUMN Stanley has a plurality of 396. This Diaw A 1 with Mrs. Fitzgerald'.! parents, Mr. and relatives in Richmond. She left A. McDowell, Louis Lund ram, Geo. L. county unofficially reported 1,121 ma and Mrs. R. II. Wilkerson. last Saturday and will probably remain Walden, Louis E. Rere, Logan Wood?, Geo. R. Swllman, G. W. Chesnut, A, Jontv tor Morrow, and this figure is for tho money you ov e and Mrs. Mary Dickenson and daughters, ten days. VVork called for and delivered. Robertson and Mrs. Mary McDowell used to arrive at Stanley's majority of Misses Mamie and Katie Dickerson of Mrs. J. II. Paxton, daughter Miss Lowndes, of Danville, Misses Jennie D 300 in the whole state. Scores'of tele Colson Bros, Successors to A. D. Kirk. L Inotehow much more Richmond were here for the funeral of Jean, and son James, were over Sun2mo. arren, Esther Burch, Josephine I1 grams of congratulations were received Phone 70. pcctfully your creditors re- i day with Mrs. Paxton's mother, Mrs. Carpenter, Mesdames Dr. Carpenter, by the Governor fleet yesterday, many the late Mr. Wm Ray of Iiuckeye. Will take orders for "Potato Chipf " W linrd you. They like to do E. C. Walton, Wm. Shanks, J. B. Pax of them coming from friends and ml 20 cts. lb. for Boston Brown Bread 10 Reverend J. W. Beagle, Mrs. IJeagle Jane Robinson. X.1 Mrs. S. D. Turner and beautiful little ton, WilliamJSeverance, W. K. Warner mirers all over the United States. and daughters. Misses Jessie and Mabel husinass with o man who ets. loaf. Mrs. W. S. Walker. IJeagle of Hustonville were recent daughter. Annie Belle, wero guests for W. H. Wearen. W. B. McKInney, W. Lexington St. Phone 1S5 . has an account at the guests of Mrs. J, II. Soper and Miss several days of Mrs. lielle Austin and N. . Craig. E. L. Reinhart W. WILL START AT A Dry cleaning and pressing. All work I . Kincaid, Will Tribble, Miss Nannie Anderson. Minnie Gulley. and Garrard Bank & Trust Co. guaranteed. Colson Bros. Successors Mrs Perry, of Stanford, Miss A special commlitee met at the home Mr. Dave Anderson and family, Mr. GOOD PRICE to A. D. Kirk. Mary Givens of London, Mesdames, 2mo. They know he l doing business In a business Ilka way, Iletter Jones Anderson and family, Mr. G. A. of Mrs, J. R. Mount on Wednesday M. W. Bartlett and Ethel Gist Ripy of Is The Belief Gaining Ground In Regard open such an account even If your attain are not large. They Drown and family, Mrs. Dorcas Ander afternoon to decide upon the course of Wanted. Lawrenceburg, Mrs. Francis Farra will grow all right. son and family and Miss Lily Dala books or study for the members for the 5000 Turkeys for Thanksgiving. 5000 To The burley Crop. Zembrod of Lexington. Mrs. Harry Grant composed a party of motorists to winter months. They discussed the Bishop dozen eggs. Bailey & Moss. & of Louisville, Miss Sue W. and coming rally day. Nov. 29th. Lexington last Friday. ihe belief fs gaining ground umong Ca'lie Higgins and D. F. Sebastian of Wanted. Paint Lick, Miss Lena Hollon of Car tobacco men that the price of white 5000 good fat turkeys. Delivered thi tersville, Mrs. Geo. L. Lerne and Miss burley will start off at the opening of week and next. Highest market ptice. a good stiff price. One Bertha Cleveland of Keene, Mrs. Wal the season at H. B. Northcott. evidences of this, according It. lace Wharton. Mrs. Harry McCartv of the best and Mrs. Simpson of Nicholasville, Miss to well posted tobacco men, Is the fact For Sale Or Rent. Anderson of Louisville, that some independent dealers who are House and lot on Lexington Street. known to buy large quantities, have In Mrs. Susan Fisher. vaded the rural districts at least two MILLS-HAYmonths before the opening of the For Rent. Miss Axle Mills was married to Mr, market and are now engaged in buying I desire to rent the old brick residence I John Mayes last Saturday afternoon, crops wherever negotiations can be ef now occupied by W. C. Davis, for the by Rev. S. 11. Pollitt at the latter's fected. to. j residence. Fisher Herring. Some days ago a Nicholas county to year 1910. Both party's to the mar- riage are residents of Garrard and their bacco grower disposed of his crop in his 51-- 2 per cL friends wish them a life of unalloyed barn at 9 cents per pound and other 5 happiness. crops in that section of the state have Years 5 5 " been inspected and purchased. Loans made on real estate. If you YORK-ARNOAnd it is known that one dealer has money on long time, see million pounds need.rheaper so far acquired over two The marriage of Mr. II. Clay Arnold of this years crop direct from the me about it, u. u. owineurosu. last growers, , to Mrs. Sarah J. York in Stanford Give us a call. We need your business, buying some or It even ueiore Lancaster, Ky. Monday was quite a surprise to the it is stripped. -- Frankfort Courier. we want your business,. Mr. friends of both in this county. livery Business For Sale. Arnold is prominently connected with You Can Enjoy Life The livery business of the late W. the best families in the county and one Eat what you want and cot be troubled A. Arnold Is for sale, as I desire to o of Garrard's most prominent and vrith indigestion if you will take a close up this business at once. This is York Is asister-ifarmers. Mrs. Dyspepsia one of the best livery stands in the law of Mr. R. J. Lewis and moved to city. I also wish to sell or rent tny We will sell any fancy,, goods on comntls- this county several years. The Record before and ait each tsctl. Sold only home on Haselden Heights. Possession d and the friends of this happy couple otvu. ocjiu mem m. im given at once, by u S6o box.' hearty congratulations and best 11 3 1. Mrs. Lucy Gregory Arnold. K. E. MsRebsrU 9 wishes. I i Mrs. Sauiley Hughes was in Danville on Wednesday. Mrs. W. S. Bourne and At $50.00 Dollars Louit-vill- e, I Son & Co. CAR n STUDEBAKER TOURING after-effec- $885.00 $1050.00 'We Stanford Motor Car J. Co. DT7 VHTT '1 tie rvirzzsLVL 1 y Check hHkWKW The Garrard Bank Trust Company SUIT HATS NO ALUM ES. and can get you suited in a DRESS HAT. I 1- -2 perd-Mone- y- LD. BAKING POWDER Absolutely Pure Rella Arnold Francis. Made from Cream of Tartar well-to-dn - Tablet ' Page 6 BLOCKADE ROBERT LANSING Secretary of State Send! New Note to Great Britain. The Central Record, Thursday Nov TEUTONS TURN ARMY TO EAST Suddenly Shift Their Forces In OUST' KING CONSTANTINE Charged 1 1 1915. OFFICIALS' BRinP DISPATCHES MEMPHIS ie4 IS HELD ILLEGAL Wilson Refutes the English Claims. NEW NOTE MADE PUBLIC British Interference With Ruler of Greece May De Forced to Join the Allies In the War. Seroian Invasion. OBJECTIVE CONSTANTINOPLE London, Nov. 8. An Important shift In the armies on the pert of the Teu- f . ? ... . 'aflsm Amer- ican Trade Denounced, CHAMPIONS NEUTRAL RIGHTS Pboto by American PreM AMoclmtlob American Government, the Note Can Not Submit to Curtailment of Ita Rights by Measures Which Are Retaliatory, and It Insists That Relations Between the United States and Great Britain Be Governed by Established Rules of International Law. d WEEKLY WAR REVIEW , Washington, Nov. 8. The nots to Groat Britain on Brit-Itpractices Interfering with American trade has been made public In It the United States serves notice on Great Britain: 1. That It docs not recognize as legal nnd effective the llrltUh block-od- e of Germany and 2. That 1t "can not submit" to curtailment of Us neutral rights by measures which area "admittedly retaliatory and therefore Illegal." 3. That It "must Insist" that the relations between It and Uo British Kovcrnmeat bo governed not by a policy of expediency but by established rules of International law. 4. That It unhesitatingly assumes the task of championing the Integrity of neutral 'rights and will devote Its energies to that end. The note as a whole Is a vigorous denunciation of the British government for the Illegality of Its measures In regard to neutral shipping. "Without Justification," "Ineffective," "Illegal," "Indefensible" and In violation of the law of nations." are some of this government's characterizations of ti e Brltlih practices. Austria-Hungar- The Bulgarians have occupied Nlsh, the Serbian war capital, which gives them complete control of the railway from I'rahavo, on the Danube, and thus opens u through route for the Teutonic powers to Sofia and Constantinople. In ndttlon, the Bulgarian rnd German main armies have effected a Junction at Krlvlvlr. so that the campaign to subdue Serbia, which has been somewhat slower than expected, probably will moe at a faster pace. In southern Serbia the allied forces avpecr to be too strong for the Bulgarians who admit that they nre faced t.v tuicrlor numbers. It Is reported W'ort i the German legation at Ath-r:- i ibat the British. French and have Inflicted a severe defeat on tic Bulgarians at Izvor, ten miles west c the Vardar river, where the Fre-r- h 'eft wing Joins the right of the S'rblan southern army, and that the Rulgars are retreating toward Ser-ttan- Ve'es. from dispatching any r.eM'tlonal troops to the Balkans. A ns liusslan activity Is preventing tho l'qtronrad dispatch announces the capture by the Itusslans of 8.S0O prisoners as the result of a surprise attack near the village of Semlkovltze, on the Strlpa river, In Gallcta. In the western zone the Germans continue their attacks against the new French posttlonk In Champagne, but here, likewise, litle ground Is Champion of Neutral Rights. changing hands. Nothing of moment occurred the past week on the Italian In- - this note the. United States accepts even more frankly than In the front, M. Skouloudls, new Greek premier, controversy with Germany the role of champion of neutral rights In the ras formed a new cabinet, which will present war. Secretary Lansing says: carry on the former government's "It Is of the highest Importance to policy of maintaining neutrality. neutrals, not only of the present day but of the future, that the principles of international right be maintained THE MARKETS unimpaired. This task of championing the integrity of neutral rights which have received the sanction of EAST BUFFALO. Nov. 8. the civilized world against the lawCattle Prime steers, IS SSCI SO: ship7SCS less conduct of belligerents arising ping. tS z(0 "S: butcher, fi 75; (0; 1361 out of the great conflict which Is now helfrrfl. IS S0(? SO; cows. feeders, ISbulls. 750 It SORT SO; Blockers and wasting the countries of Europe, the 7 IS fresh cows and sprlngei. 150690; United States unhesitatingly as- calve. IIOU 50. Heavy. V ZSfi? SO: mixed. 17 25 liOK sumes and to the accomplishment of 7J(fT 29; 16 O' that task it will devote Its energies, k 50;35: Yorkers. It 25; stairs. rlt. 5". tO(t J3fjS rough. itt exercising always that Impartiality Sheep and Lnmbs Yearling. 1507 50; which from the outbreak of the war wether. II :506 SO. owe, lies 75; mixed It has sought to exercise In Its rela- aheep. IS 7566; lambs, 1(09 25. Nov. S. CHICAGO, tions with the warring nations." Cattle Native beef tattle, JS810 15; The British government is sum- western steer. 16 C0fi 75; cow and heifmoned to obedience of International ers. 12 756 20; calve. g 75010 2S. 30 Hobs l.luht. 14 25f7 20: mixed. law In the sentence, regarded here as C 250 I the strongest In the note: "The gov- (J7 55' heavy. 75ff 5ST 0; rough. 75. 40; pls. ernment of the United States Sheep and Lambs Wether. 15 S5J 35; J0QS 90. to Impress most earnestly upon ewe. II 75 8 5 50: bmbs. Wheat No. 2 red. It flSfcl It. Corn-- No. his majesty's government that it must No. S white, tWt 2 yellow, 65c. Oats Insist that the relations between it and his majesty's government be gov- Cc. CLEVELAND, Nov. 5. Cattle Choice fat steers, lG 50: erned not by a policy of expediency W07 75. heifer. 15 760 but by those stabllshed rules of Inter- butcher steer. U75: cos,, 1905 SO; calves, 6 TV bulls, I55 national conduct upon which Great Britain, In the past, has hold the Unitling Yorker and medium, 17 253 ed States to account when the latter1 7 25; lights, 7: pWs. If CO; roughs. U 25; stas. 15 70. ' nation was a belligerent engaged In a Sheep and Lambs Ewe and wethera, struggle for national existence." IS Mi6; inmba, 1708 60. PITTSBURGH. Nov. 8. Causes For Protest. Cattle l'rlme steer. !99 10; choice Tho note groups the causes for pro- fat steer. ! 75U9; butcher steer. 170 10; heifers, l(i 50; bulls. 15 5007; test by the United States under three "5(1 6 25; calve. 111 50. heads. Under these are covered all eovs, ITeavv, 17 404J7 45 hevy YorkIlnir the acts which are held to have In- ers, 17 '.5 ft 7 35; Usht Yorkers and pi is, fringed upon American trade rights. 6017 JO. Sheep nnd lambs Sheep, 6 25; lambs, The three groups of offenses are: 19 20. First, the seizure and detention of CINCINNATI, Nov. S. vessels on the high seas on mere Cuttle- - Steers, t 7507 75: hrlfera. It SO second, the so called blockade 07; comm. 1166, calve, till 11 r0. Mors Pucker and butcher, 1707 SO; policy; third, the unsatisfactory and common vnacceptable character of the regula- lights. 146 to75:choice, 134(5 50; 25.pigs and sines. II 2506 tions governing and the procedure of Sheep and Lambs Sheep, 1305; lambs, 15 50(1 3. British prize courts. BOSTON, NOV. 8. The American protest on these H'ool Ohio fleeces' Delaine washed, three grounds of complaint Is sum- JlflTS'jc: half blond combine 32Vi0Jle; blood combine, 36 0 37c; demarized in the note as follows: laine unwashed, 30c. "I believe It has been conclusively rhown that the methods sought to be A Sad Taol. employed by Great Britain to obtain An Englishman who was la c&ol use evidence of enemy destina- Emitted a very loud waoL and "I'm locked up," said he. tion of cargoes bound for neutral "Where ports and to Impose a contraband And I don'tthey never serve tea, know where I can raise baoL" character upon such cargoes are without Justification; that the blockade, Ouchl upon which such methods are partly "flow did Jouea come to lose his founded. Is Ineffective, Illegal and money?" asked the old fogy. that the Judicial proced"It was spirited away," replied the reparation grouch. ure offered as a means for (or an International Injury Is Inhe"What do you mean?" asked the oU rently defective for tho purpose, and fogy, In many cases Jurisdiction Is that "lie spent It on booze," replied the la violation of the law of grouch. 4 C tlirre-rlghth- a tonic invaders In Serbia has been V - l4tSBSIBBlHriaBSK t within the past 5aW5Bssssi . hours a shift which, eventually, began simultaneously with the fall of Nlsh Into the hands of the Bulgarians, and which Is Illustrated by the official German and Austrian war office reports. Thus tho Germans under von after taking Krnljevo and after Nlsh had fallen to their Balkan allies, Instead of continuing their southward sweep, have turned suddenly to the east, with the Orient lino as tho goal, leaving the continuance of the Invasion of central and western Serbia Photo by American PreM Association. which were to the last reported drilling along the Bos- PROBE PLOTTERS TEUTON nian frontier, around Vlsegrad, advancing only slowly, Activity of Spies Being Probed by Berlin announces that General von Federal Grand Jury. Gallmltz's army has reached a point Now York, (Special): Much broader In the Morava valley northwest of Kruseavac. This places the Germans and deeper than the single conspiracy thlrty-flvmiles from Nlsh as they can charged against Robert Fay and others to blow up munition ships, will be reach the Orient railroad In a march nt Junls, which lies thirty the Inquiry of tho federal grand Jury, miles northwest of the war capital. now hearing witnesses against the To clear this sector of the Orient lino former, lieutenant of tho German army, of Serbians and thus definitely gain a Tho Investigation, It waa learned from clear road to Constatlnople. will be an authority, was planned to cover a von Gallwltz's aim, and he Is sup- field In which tho Fay plot Is only a ported by the von Koevess nrmy on part of the reported activities of the the eastern bank of the Morava, while German agents. It Is regarded as likely that, before a Bulgnrlan army Is approaching the railway from the northeast. the grand Jury finishes Its Inquiry witThe troops of the dual monarchy nesses will have been called who will promptly took up tho path the Ger- give testimony regarding alleged violamaus left, and already havo stepped tions of neutrality In connection, not into their Germanic allies' footsteps only with the Fny case, but also the all olong the line In western Serbia. flro bombs, the thefts of sugar, magThey are now moving southwest and netos and other vital parts of automobiles, and also of tires. southeast nnd southward, with and MItrovIca apparently their j i TO GET 1.000 ACRES OF LAND ultimate aim. In this movement the Aostro-Hun-garlans. according to the official Ger- Will Be Given President Wilson and man statement have driven the Serb--j Bride as Wedding Present. lacs from tho Grades heights, and Eaxle, Ark., (Special): One thousand , IvanJIca, twenty-seveare moving on acres of land wilt be presented to miles southwest of Kreljevo. Wilson and Mrs. Norman The chain of the Invading armies President wedding gift by an organizaan almost horizontal line, Oalt aa a now forms tion of large land owners of this secconstitutwith the voted to ing the right wing, the Germans the tion. The donors met and the land to center and the Bulgarians the right make the present and have and the president wing. The chain Is extended In the deeded to both the south by the Bulgarians holding the future Mrs. Wilson. Mississippi river Salonlca-NIsrailroad from Kuprill, I The land faces the en on side and the St Francis river to Nlsh. Is well protected by The main purpose of the left and on the other. It an meai location center of this army chain, military a teree system and is bunting preserve. critics here agree, Is to force the for a United States Senator James P. main Serbian forces further and to carry the further south and with pressure trom Clarke was chosen the Bulgarians from the east, drive to Washington. the defenders of the little kingdom toward the Albanian frontier as the GIVES WARNING TO PERSIA only outlet. Russia Advises Against Agreement With Centrsl Powers. MARGARET WILSON SPEAKS has notl Petrograd, (Special) Declare Voters Use Little Fore- fled the Persian government that the convention providing thought In Casting Ballots. integMllwaukee.Wts. (Special): Miss Mar- for the maintenance of Persian garet Wilson, daughter of President rity and Independence will at once prove true that told the Wisconsin state lapse If the rumors Wilson, agreeteachers' convention here that the mv Persia has concluded a special Turkey. Jorlty of voters coat their ballots with ment with Germany and conveyed to This Information was "aa little forethought as they give to government by the Rusbuying a suit" and proposed as a rem- the Persian minedy tho use of school buildings as sian minister at Teheran. The ap Is explained, meeting places for citizens and as ister's declaration. It present cabinet, voting booths and the employment of plies not only to the that any Persian school principals as election clerks. but to of linking the 'ate of its She oald the people should bo organ- should think at war of countries ized according to the voting precincts nation with that Tlussla. with the school .buildings as their cen- with ters. "Let us make the rote mean some- EMPLOYES HELD FOR GRAFT thing; all of use. men and women, to St. Louts Water Office Clerks Charged gather." With Grand Larceny. St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 8. Three emT. A. VYIckersham Dies. Washington (Special): Turner A. ployes of the city water office nnd two WIckersham, manager of the estate of deputy sheriffs have been indicted as the late Thomas F. Walsh, the Colo- a result of grand Jury Investigations rado mining millionaire, died suddenly of alleged graft. Bench warrants were Issued for the here from heart disease. Mr. WIckersham waa born at Anderson. Ind.. and five men. Robert II. Mahon, water Intraveled through the country In his spector, recently discharged; Robert youth with the Iloosler poet, James II. Benzel and Frank White, departWhltcorab Blley, being the foreman of ment doputy collectors; Arthur H. a gang of sign painters of which Riley Harrison and J. Frank Casey, deputy sheriffs, are the men Indicted. The Inwas one. dictments charge grand larcony and the obtaining of money by false preSues For $100,000 For Slander. New York (Special): Al Davis, the tenses. cabaret dancer filed with the county Oust City Offclal. clerk a complaint In action for Grand Rapids, Mich. (Special): City for alleged slander and libel against Mrs. Helen W. Kelly, mother Treasurer James S. Hawkins waa of Eugenia Kelley, whose association found guilty of malfeasance In office with the Broadwaylto brought on an and his removal ordered by tho city estrangement between mother and council. He was charged with Irregularities in connection with tax title daughter. transactions. Passes Strict Dry Measure. New York (Special): Arthur Coppel Atlanta, Ga. (Special): The Stovall ..New York, Nov. 5. Arthur Coppel bill, one of the most stringent prohi- was elected president of the Denver bition measures erer framed In this ft Rio Grande railway, Klngdon Gould state, was pasted by the senate. Its and E. C. Jeffery chairpassage by the house Is regarded as man of the board at the meeting of assured. the rood's directors here. Coppel has been a director of the road. Release Four Americans. Douglas, Ariz.. (Special): Oeneral Scott Statue Unveiled. London (Special): A statue to the Villa has ordered the release of Dre. Thlgpen and Miller and the two Amer- 1st Captain Robert F. Scott, the Antican chaufeurs whom he reported arctic explorer, was unveiled In Waterdead, according to a message Just re- loo Place by A. J. Balfour, first lord ot the admiralty. ceived. made forty-olghGall-wltc five-mll- o -' Novl-baza1 Austro-Hungarla- With Wilful Failure to Env force Liquor Laws. Memphis, Tenn., (Sp'Clal): K. It. Villa "dollars" bring one cent eui-t- i Crump, major; It. A. I'llev, commisIn New York, , sioner of nro nnd poll'-e- . nnd v. M. Bwlss tojs are In bo marketed la the 8tnnton, Judno of the munlr'pnl court, were formally suspended from nfflco United Slates. by the chancery rotttt. Sweden Is tmnktng quantltlrs' of OFFICE George C. Love, head of the c'ty" foreign totnero. CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. and department of stroetd, h"!i"7 Maryland's thero rrnb supply Is be: T. C Ash-crofsewers, was elected ra-- y Kesldenr Phone 41 OITlce l'hone 69 coming Scarcer yoaily. was formerly s'rto senator, America's ISIS cranberry crop h LANCASTER. KY. W. T. elected to succeed Mr. Love: estimated at 4,300,000 barrels. McLnln, nitornoy. member of the last Eighty per cent of Cuba's shoes general assembly, was chosen commissioner of flro nnd police, and It. come from tho United States. A factory In the Azores will manu II, Stlckney was elected presiding offactum alcohol from sweet jHitatoee. ficer of tho city court Charges under which Mayor Crump. ttaly exports from 3,d00,000 to Commissioner I'tlcy and Judee Stcti-toworth of human hair annually. were ousted were fled at the In11. 3orroic, Grmluate Optician The newest office building feature stance of Frank M. Thompson, attorney-- Is a garage for thn accommodation of li niauti riued, Hsliitscilon (laaisntiwi. general of tho state, "with tho tenants. knowledge nnd consent of tho governA lout half a ton of whalebone Is obor." They Invoiced' allegations of wilbeing, ful failure to enforce the liquor laws tained from one whale. Its raluo and connivance, on tho officials' port to roughly, J5.000. Several garages on southern Califdisregard statues concerning the sale Fine Cut Flowers. ornia wash tho cars with water heated of Intoxicants. by the sun's rays. M. TAYLOR Extensive work has begun to prove) TRUEMAN IN JAIL definitely whether petroleum ran bo Hold found In South America, Man Who Shot BrotheMn-LaAt New Csstle. There are 100,000 drug users In the New Castle. Ky (Spac'nl): Charged United State. Heretofore tho figures with shooting Bhodn KuckT his brother-inhave been overestimated. -law nt Defoe. TaToi Trnemnn, Holland has begun operating a new a farmer, thirty years old. Is In lull line of steamships that' will ply behere. There Is said to t slight 'r tween Amsterdam nnd the west coast Liok. Kentucky He waa tn' l of South America, of Ituckcr'a recovery. to n hospital at Itgraneei Four cities In Germany, four In For six niorthf. It In gild, there has France, one In Italy, and ono In Russia, I). V. been enmity between Truemsn and have Installed some plants lor thn purRucker. When Riicker started ncrosj ification of their drinking water. a field on Trueman's farm It Is said the Thn Echo Ilelgo says that Count latter ordered him off at once. Itucker Joseph de Hemptlnne was executed at Is said to have refused to turn back. Ghent on October 2f. He was a mem- Grmluntr Cincinnati Veterinary Tnicman Is then said to have ihot of a prominent Catholic family at him twice, the second ball taking ber College. Tho 15.000 Inhabitants which were effect, breaking the hip and penetratOITlce at V. II. Ilurtcn'a Sale Stable. credited to Dawson City. Alaska, during tho Intestines. Night l'hone 211. ing the helcht of tho 1 S9S gold rush, REMARKABLE BIRTH RECORD have now dwtndled to a merv J.000. Scientists In Germany are trying to Kentucky Woman Mother of Quintup- find some way to utilize the great amount of fuel contained In r00 square lets and Quadruplets. Lexington. Ky.. (Special): A birth miles of pent bed In southern Bavaria. PUNERAL DIRECTOR Ohio, which has been employing Ita record that will surpass any other In Office Over National Hank. the world, wns established by Mrs. stato prisoners to make paving blocks, Galther Drewry of Spencer county, ac- has now passed a law under which thn Residence l'hone 3. Office Phone 27 cording to news received In Ixln.tnn. men may be set tn work on the roads. LANCASTER. KV. Mrs. Dreury, who Is about thirty in Norway It has been found that years old. Is the mother of nine chil- whale meat, vast quantities of which dren, seven of whom are living. Eight- have formerly been thrown away, For All Kinds of een months ago, there were born to makes a palatable and nutritious sail-agMrs. Drewry fivo children, three Iioys nnd two girls. Tho girls died, but the Fifteen years ago the total annual boys are doing nicely. This tlmo cost of the British army was only a litthere were born four boys, all ot them tle more than JSS.OOO.OOO. The presare doing well. ent war It costing Great Britain 44.- t ! Dr. J. S. GILBERT. Honakers M. John McRoberls. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint John Ji. Casey, 9. Veterinary Surgeon. .j, A. Beazlev ROUGH LUMBER, see SKELETON JN HAYSTACK a day. An armored automobile for military purposes. Invented by a Massachusetts man. has a steel shell so curved that It will deflect a rifle bullet from whstever angle Is comes. Two English physicians are experimenting with a parasite with which they hope to exterminate the files of their country within a few years. Potash fertilizers seem to give protection from frost. A French market gardener baa found that plants In a field strongly fertilized vim aainit suffered little from n series of heavy frosts. Mltchol McCloskey, an employe of the Baldwin locomotive works ot Philadelphia, has two little fingers on each hand, and two little toes on each foot. All the extra digits are perfectly developed. 8lr Charles Tupper, whose long career as a statesman In Canada earned for him tho title of the Dominion's "Grand Old Man," dies In England. years old and once He was nlnty-fou- r was premier of Canada. BoxclJer county, Utah, not many years ago a mere dsert. has this season, for the seventh tlmo In eight years, won the grand horticultural prise at the Utah state fair In Great Britain the aklna of Dam-seplumbs, of which the yield this season has been unusually largo, are to be used as a blue dye, especially by carpet makers, as the ordinary supply from Germany has been cut off, Country schools In Washington state are specializing In warm lunches. The teacher are trained In household arts and the school lunch Is used not only to better the physical condition of the pupils but to teach domestic n dd Carried Buttons Give 'Evidence of Cremation. Harrodsburt. Ky., (Special): After a straw stack had burned on the Carson farm, near Burgln, a skeleton was found and the officers were notified. Sheriff John Morgsn with Doputy Dave Parrtsh went to the place of the fire and discovered the body of a man, a pistol, some buttons and I buckles. The body was too badly burned to admit of Identification. Three Killed by Engine. Jackson. Ky., (Special): Three persons were killed and one was seriously Injured In tho Louisville & Nashville railroad yards here. The dead years are: Clark Vaughn, twenty-fivold, of Quicksand; Mason Pugn, eight-eoof Magnoflln county; Emily l.unco , Miss Cella of this city. Easter, eighteen )ears old of Jackson, e forty-five- G. C. COX, g- - Manse.Ky -. omceHour.)- M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler Doctor Otnces Of DtBtil Siriery. A Slormn BalldlnieT.c Hun son's nrnllnt Stors. Andtr LANCASTER KENTUCKY. Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Office at Italney s Livery Stsble. Kentucky Lancaster, Anglo-Russia- n Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Is Injured. gove-me- nt Fire Near Hartford. Hartford, Ky., (Special): The big store and stock of the Wlllams Coal Company at Wlllams mines, this county, and the residence of Mr tluy Stateler, general manaior of tho stnro nearby, were completely destroyed by the fire. Mr. Stateler's automobllo garage and other smaller buildings were also destroyed. Teacher's Joke Fatal to Friend. (Special): Marian Louisville. Ky Atkinson, a school teacher. In Clay county, found his best friend, Tom Contcc, asleep on a buggy seat and fired a shot "Just to awaken him." Tho bullet struck Contee In tho body, killing blm. Auto Accident Fatal. Winchester, Ky (Special); Olllo Liggett, the Bourbon county farmor who suffered a fractured skull near this olty when hlB automobile Jumped an embankment, died at the Henery Infirmary without regarding conscious, ness. Boy Killed by Ball & INDIANA SILO Era PAFEC CUTTERS Monitor ami Associated Gasoline Engines. Wheeling Lime Grinders. All sold on easy terms. W. P. KINCAID, DIST. I'hcne 19U. AGT STANFORD. KY A Neatly sclence. Chlnu Is planning to allow no doctors, except those who have received a recognized courso of training In medicine and surgery, to practice In the future. Some time will elapse, however, before the old typo of Chinese doctor Visiting Card THE proper thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making calls. Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or more. Is Engraved $100,-00- 0 Huntington, Va., (Special): Lester E. Steward, eleven years old, died from injuries received when he was struck on the head by a baseball bat which sllppod from tho hands of Hoy Burgess, sixteen, while playing ball. Oull'a Death Saves Man. Henderson, Ky (Special): By an act of Providence. Clay Cooper, cattle buyer, of Smiths Mills, was saved from death, when he was attackod by a large bull being driven In a herd to a slaughter-house,- . Rib Penetrated Lung. Ky. (Special): MorganBeld, Net Cartwright, a teamster, met with a II fell off a serious accident here. load ot fodder, breaking a rib, which penetrated the lung. His condition Is critical. Oat disappears. Finishing ot the new Canadian government grain elevator at Calgnry marks the completion of the chafn of government elevators between the Great Lakes and the Rocky mountains, those at Saskatoon and Moocejaw being In operation now. Recent sales by the goverment totaling 126,000,000 feet ot saw timber In the Olympic national forest, In western Washington, mark the opening or this hitherto Inaccessible storehouse ot timber, estimated to contain a stand ot 13,000,000,000 board feet When a Sudbury, (Pa.) man pulled his horse out ot the well Into which the thoughtless oqutne had fallen ha found attached to one ot Ita shoes a rusty bucket containing mor than In Spanish gold. Tho money Is supposed to have belonged to a hermit whom legend assigns residence In th vicinity fifty or more years ago. 0 CENTRA RECORD TREES Roses, Phlox, Peonies Write for free Catalogue; No Agts Fruitand Shade Trees Shrub.s, Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Shown at Koman's Opera Houe Each Monday Night The Cenzval Record $1.00 Per Year in. Advance. Lancaster, Kentucky. Jefferson 'School coMn.rri:Illk mm.TiuMoot'iuncd. rrUVl. U. two all. (k I. 1. SHM oiul latrm. 3f Lav. asJassastVK ' What Is the Best Remedy For Constipation? Tbts Is a question asked us many time each day. The answer is JsB.t. Hra usirssa fuf bars) 1st Uwatrfetv IUU avoip HurAw TvlttuD suit; tMyttbi. W ruiiKaftUtof lit b4 Km him t ttaWaKM Uilft rMl tofnt,wrli lb4ujJirn VuaUa ELUOrr riJttLtttXEK, SxT, UiiffiU, am We guarantee them to be satisfactory to you. bold only by uj, 10 cent. R. E. Me Roberts H.F.Hillcnmcyer 1SI1. H Lexington, Kentucky. I Sons. 1915 The Central Record, Thursday Nov 11 1915. TO ceo Warehouse Phone 308. No commission charged. 2 Page 7 I Lancaster C FOR HOW LONG Tobacco Stanford Street. Be A. Speith Also TWENTY-FIVE Company, Managers. at PAINT LICK, KY. We pay Highest MarKet Price and unload same day. Branch WAR URIC ACID POISON House Important. IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE. BOURBON HOG CHOLERA REMEDY Bear in mind that Chamberlain' PrcTtnti and Cures There was an old geezer and he had A Pertinent Question. Lancaster Raises CHOLERA, WORMS, COUGH, THUMPS. UNDERMINES HEALTH Tobleta not only move the bowels but DECLARATIONS n lot of sense. It deitrort disease reran. reffuUtet the bowel i. aldi dtreition anJ improve the appetite and strengthen y catiics hoffi to fatten quickly. Use it in the feed and drink and tour He started up a business on a When n neighbor tells us that he has si UK a thus tie tci For sale by all dealers, .njicr niuiiin 101 esvn not v.uia umj jv When uric acid becomes seated in the the digestion. Since the beginning of the great War, cents. Don't wait until they set tick, lie am cirinft your hogs thla medicare recovered from a serious illness, tho blood, now and keep tfcem free from wormaand ducate. At AU DrugfiUts. which now enters its second yenr, the kidneys, bowels, and these The dollar for stock, and th eighty first question that naturally arises is, following twenty-fivIIOUHBON BEMEDY COMPANY. Lxlndton. Ej. declarations of organs begin to decay' ltheuma (not a for an ad, "How long will h keep well?" TemPAINT LICK "euro-all,- " but a specialist's prescripwar have been made: Sold in Lancaster, Ky., by J. R. Mount, Son & Co. lovely dollars In Drought him three porary relief la one thing, hut a lasting on tion for all forms of rheumatism only), July J, a day by dad. cure Is altogether (liferent. There la Miss Agnes Henderson has been tin overcomes this condition. It limbers Serbia Well he bought more goods and e nothing temporary ationt tho work of on Russia. up the stiffened joints, reduces swell- guest of friends hero the past week August 1, little more space, Doan'a Kidney I'll as the following August 2. on Frsnce ings, and quickly cleans the poison from Your choice of three grades of coal, And he played that system with a rvidene proves beyond a doubt. August 3, on Ilelgium the diseased organs. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau smile on his face, George Wright, Hotel Kengarlan, on Germany August 1, It. K. AlcUoberts and all druggists Tho customers flocked to him two by Mrs. Joe Frishie, of North Aliddl. aaya: "1 sullercd from an reAugust 5, 1814 on sell Rhcuma for 50 cents and will four. aching back, town has been the guest of relatives The kidney secretions Russia turn your money if not satisfied. lie And soon he had to hustle for a regalso liothered me, being Irrrgular, here. August . 1911 Serbia on Germany suro to get Hheuma trademarked ular dtore. acanty ami painful in passage, Doan'a Mrs. E. II Walker has been the Up on the square, where the people August 11, 1DH Montenegro on Aus package. Kidney i'llls. procured at It. K. Mc guest of her sister, Mrs. J. C. Hays I pais Robert & Son's Drug Store, removed He gobbled up a corner of all plate Stanford. Augest 11, 1914 Montenegro onl.er- Logans Chapul, the pains and restored ray kidneys to a many. m glass. Airs. Suulley Hughes, and son, Sauliey given (Statement normal action. 1 August 11, on Austria- Com shucking Is In progress. Jr., have been guests of Air. and Airs, He fixed up his windows with the March 20th, 1908). best he had, Hungary. See us for bale ties. Hudson, Hughes J. L. Francis. OVKIt THREK YEARS LATER, And told 'em all about it in a half August 13, on & Farnau. Mr. Wright said; "I have had no kidney The ladies of the W. C. T. U. will page ad. Mrs. Wm. Ledford has returned from give their oyster supper on trouble since giving my former recoin- Friday He soon had 'em coming and he August 2.1, 1914 Japan on Germany. a visit to her daughter at Harlan. mcndatlon of Doan'a Kidnes l'ills." evening at Iledricks Hall. never, never quit. August 23, 1914 on i'rice 50c, at all dealers. Don't aim Japan. The Aliases Pruitts have as their Alessrs. James and Hoger Rucker, o And he wouldn't "cut down" on his ply ask for i kidney remedy get guests the Aliases Alorgans of Kerea. August 23, 1914 "ad" one jit Lexington, and Jonas Rucker, of Richm Doan's Kidney l'ills the aame that Ilelgium, Misses Elite and Cynthia Pruitt have mond, spent Sunday with theirpirents, Well he's kept things humming in Co., Mr. Wright had. lil this town ever since. November 2. 1914 itussia on Turkey returned from a visit to relatives in Air. anil Mrs. I. C. Rucker. ip I'rops.. llulfalo. N. Y. And everybody calls him the Merchant Novembers, 1914 France on Turkey Danville. Air. and Airs. Henry Wallace. Miss Prince, Novembers, on TurAir and Airs. John Henry and children Lucy Francis, Air. Harry Francis, Al Some say it's luck but that's all key. I'liEACHERSVILLE of Lancaster npent Sunday with Air, E. L. Woods bunk and Rev. W. Al Eldridge November 7, 1914 Serbia on Turkey. Dave Henry and family. were In Richmond Sunday to attend the Why, he was doing business when May 23, 1915 Italy on Mr. Arthur Miller is able to be out. Air. Clarence Curtis of Farmers City, funeral of Airs. Nannie Wallace. times were punk. III, is the guest of his cousins, Messrs People Mrs. Win. Itonkc has been sick again have to purchase and the Air. II. AL Lear was thn victim of August 22, 1915-It- aly on Turkey, Leslie and Goebel Pruitt. geezer was wise, very painfull accident on Saturday The W M. U. will meet with Mrs. October 14. 191- 5- 8 . m. Uulgarla Alcssrs Aley and John S. Ledford on Serbia. afternoon. A young team which he For he knew the way to get 'em was J. M. Cress Friday at 2 p. m. delivered to Air. Iirandenburg a nice had "TO ADVERTISE." bIa October 15. just hitched to a farm wagon, be on Ilulgaria Mr. frank Lawrence bought of Wila bunch of fat hogs at 7c. came frightened as he was climbing October 15. 1915, C a. m. France on Logan, IS acres of Isnd for J10OO. Mrs. G. Al. Wilson has returned home upon the seat and started ruunin Ilulgaria (promulgated October 17) -after a weeks visit to her son. Air. throwing him upon the tongue of the Miss Kelt Newlaml of Stanford at October 10. 1915. 10 p. Sick headache biliousness, piles and Willie Wilson and family at Newby. church here Sunday night. tended wagon. He stood upon the tongue un Ilritain on ilulgaria. bail breath ore usually caused by inacMr, Frailer of Estill county, has re til he could pull them into the fence and Italy has not yet declared war on tive bowels. Get a box of Rexall Mrs. Win. Aker is in Itichmond hos- Orderlies. They act gently and effecGermany, bat Montenegro andJapan turned to his home after a pleasant when he did this the wagon turned over is taking treatment. p'.tal chore she tively. Sold only by us at 10 cents. have declared war only on the two visit to Messrs Gilbert and Frank Wil catching him under it and breaking Arnold of Lancaster is at Miss Stella R. E. McRoberts three bones In his foot beside punctur central Towers. Diplomatic relations son. home for a short stay with her patents. between Montenegro and He received prompt Turney have The many friends of Airs. Webb ing an artery. Miss Ida lloltzclaw oftanford. waa been broken off. Iletween Japan and Kelly.will be glad to learn she has about medical attention and at the present WHEN YOU THROW A STONE visiting Mrs. F. L. Thompson Sunday, Turkey there were no diplomatic rela- recovered atter being eonlineci to ber writing is doing splendidly. The following article was written by tions before the war. home for some time with fever Although It has been rumored for Mrs. Jane Hell is quite sick at the Major F. W. Ilarber. which appeared Mrs. tVm. Ledford had as some time that there was to be n wed Air. and home of herdaughter, Mrs. Jno Rigsby, in the Mt. Sterling Advocate, thnt .AIT. HEBRON their guests on Sunday, Air. and Aim. ding among tho young eociety peopli would be Ollice Phone 18. Residence Phone .33. well for every man, woman Old Domlnlor l'ortland cement Is tho Isiah Aletcalf. Air. and Mrs. Stove Hall. of Paint Lick, 81111 a general feeling of Hudacn, Hughes & best. surprise ran over our little town on and child in Garrard county to read. Mr. A. S. Dean sold a bunch of cattle Air. and Airs. Ollio llarrof Fonso. Cut it out and put it in your scrap Airs. Lillie Luvell. of I.awrenceburg to Mr. Sallee of Jessamine at Cjc. Tho Infant child of Mr. and Airs. Saturday when It was learned that Alls book, and every few days refer to it. is visitini? her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Edd lthodus passed nway Thursday Louise Rice and Air. Carlos Hedrick It is full of good, sound advice: Quite a number from here attended II. J. McAIUter. of about one week. had been married that morning in an illness 'If you are one who has reached the the meeting at Danville last, after with an abscess of the eye. The Infant Cumberland Gap, Virginia. .Miss Rice age of discretion, take a few moments Mr. and Mrs. li. T. Lunaford and Mr. Sunday night. had been visiting her uncle in Paris and visited Mr. Indrmary, taken to Richmond and Mrs. Thomas Owen oi ume anu let your memory dwell up ' Miss Ethyl Crawford and brothers of where an operation was performed but mr. jieuncK mei ner in uicjimonu on and Mrs. K. Foley. Friday evening when they took the on the past twenty years of your life. Rurgin were the guests of Alias Ollio to no avail. The little one was laid to M.. and Mrs. L 0. King and little the result may . be painful, yet Sunday. rest In the Nina burying grou nd on train for Virginia. The bride is the beneficial. daughter. Fay, of Hubble, visited Mr. Cruwfonl eldest daughter of Air. and Airs. Guy Saturday afternoon. Miss Cora Hurt of Rrights Ilend was Life is never one long dream of bliss and Mrs. J. M. Cress. Rice and is noted for her beauty and to any of us. It has its ups and downs. Miss Tory Anderson was quite sick a the guest of Misa llettie Scott Saturday charm of manner wtile the groom Its joys and its sorrows, its days when few days since from a recent vaccina- night and Sunday. well known here as the junior member our better instincts predominate and tion against dipthetia. The box supper nt llourne Saturday of the firm of Hedrick & Son and I those when we are assailed by the Rev. J. M. Rogers took membership night was well attended. About eight young man of sterling qualities. After temptations of the great destroyer. the llaptist church here Soturtlay dollars was realized. a visit of somo length to friends und with In your moments of retrospection you tVMWTiiifi van letter from the church night jo'nlng-biaMuaxmaavszMsm relr lives in Virginia and Kentucky tho may recall many Instances where Mr. and Mrs. W. I. Grow anddaugh- the young couple will be ut home to thir tone at Jlellvuu Ky. ter were with her parents Mr. and Mrs of Immorality has been cast at friends at the residence of the groom's women who have neither olfended the While repairing Ids house roof i few Joseph Rogers ut Danville recently. Mrs. Waller Vincent, parents, Air. and Mrs. E. F. Hedrick. laws of God nor of man. days ago Mr. I'. K. 1'arrish slipped and of Pleasant Hill, N. C, Genuine Kanawha salt. Does not very severe jar and The good wishes of a host of friends Tell and suffered writes: "For three sumYet the atone was cast thoughtless harden in tlio barrel. are extended to them. mers, 1 suffered from was limping some since. Ho waa moat ly, it may be and the sear of implied Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. as well as ho did. nervousness, dreadful fortunate to come out impurity has been carried bv the victim Miss Mary Sherrow returned home pains in my back and to the grave. Mr. 1'. K. I'urrlsh came near losing DYER, TENN., MAN sides, and weak sinking Innocent, yet adjudged to be guilty! his house ogaln by flro a fuw days ago. Saturday after a weeKS visit with her spells. Three bottles of A woman walking in the path of This small blaso caught from a defec- aunt, Mrs. Elishua Forbes atMcCreary SUFFERED YEARS Cardul, the woman's rectitude, yet with a character beMr. Millard Ilsiiim Bold his farm tive Hue. This is the third time the tonic, relieved me entiremirched by the casting of a single house 1ms been on lire In the last IS whero.he now lives to Air. Hughes for J. T. Cattleman Finds Hope Fulfilled ly. I leel like another on tiro $25(10 and is building on his farm near lone i months but is said to havo been After Passing Threescore person, now." A life of purity clouded by the criir. Years. liryantsville, several times in years past. son tongue of shamel TAKE Mr. and Airs. Raymond Scott and J. T. Castlcinan of Dyer, Tenn., And when such memories come b suffered from stomach derangements fore vour vision, think of the little little son, Charles Edward, of Junction TO HARE DANDRUFF for forty years, taking all eorts of City, were with relatives here from medicine, following all kinds of med- children of the victim, whn, hearing Sun'iay until Wednesday. the idle whispering of Irresponsible ical advice. QUICKLY VANISH. In all the forty years, he said, ho gossip, may go even to their owu gray Misses Iva, Sallie and Lillian Mont never had a real goooday until bo ea with a suspicion that their mother No one likes dandruir, but to get rid gomery attended preaching at Uryants-vlll- e tried Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Then was not aa she might have been. Sunday and were guests of Misses The Woman's Tonic of it you must do more than wash vour ho discovered something. Let his letIt is an easy matter ti cast the stone ter tell about It: cause of dandruff lies not In liertha and Alaggie Norris. hair. The for over 50 years, g first doso of Mayr's Wonderful of suspicion, but once it leaves your on tho scalpand In the hair Tbo the hair, but The seven year old daughter of Air. Cardul has been helping Remedy caused gall stones to pass hand It never ceases tc travel, and roots, and just as twice dally you use a and Mrs. 11(11 Grimes of lluena Vista, aim. and lacerate its unfortunate from me. I am feeling much better to relieve women's un- This Is the best stand In Central Kentucky and. cream to died on the 4th. Funeral services germicidal tooth powder or than I have ever before. I am Ct victim. necessary pains and cleanse your teeth of germs, so you years old and I had never before enby Hev. Lea of liryantsville and How much better it would be if the we invite any prospector to buy. building weak women up We mean to sell joyed one whole food day. should use l'arlslan Sage twice daily to Interment in the cemetery at this place. tone were never cast, if the suspicion to health and strength. "I would not giro tho ono bottle drive dandruff from your scalp, prevent hich creeps into your own mind never his business as first stated in our sale bills! It will do the. same (or After a brief illness of membranes you sent roe for all tho drugs and docIts return, protect your hair from falleaves Its place of concealmentl you, It given a fair trial. tors' medicine that Is made." IU proper growth. croup, ueuia, mo tnree yvur oiu uaugn. Call on or write, ling out and nourish Far better to let a hundred guilty es So, don't wait, but begin sJ Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives perDandrulT makes your hair fall out. ter of Air. and Mrs. A. II. CinrK uieu cape taking Cardul today, for liver () manent results for stomach, much and of nnethan to cast a gloom over the life out at their home In Madison county, Sun Parisian Sage makes Dandruff fall Innocent person. intestinal ailments. Kat ai and Its use cannot harm you, day Oct. 31st. After funeral services and your hair itay in. whatever you like. No more distress When man himself becomes Infallible and should surely do you conducted by Itev. J. W. Alahan at the after eating, pressure of gas In tho A delightfully perfumed hair and IjsL stomach and around the heart. Get ono it will thsn be. time to judge of the good. 11 o'clock, the rescalp treatment easily applied at home, church Monday at try It frailties of women, but until such time now laid to rest In Alt Hebron bottle of your very inexpensive and obtainable from mains were kZrstv on an absolute drusflst Ifand satis- let him who is without sin cast the not guarantee sympathy is express-- 1 McRoberts or at any drug or cemetery. Much It, E. factory money will be returned. first stone." Ky. ed the bereaved ones. toilet counter, dollar-eights e aay I any any and Austria-Hungary I FOR RENT -- I 1914-Fra- nce 1914-Kng- land Austria-Hungar- Austria-Hungar- y Austria-Hungaryo- n Foster-Milbur- n ter. Two tobacco barns,one stock barn and good residence. Cash rent. '16. Tobacco, hemp, corn, meadow, wheat and grazing land. The best stock wa- 3t acre farm for rent for i Austria-Hungar- i A.H.Bastin&Son 4 1915-Ser- tt&xaE>detgisii rn.-G- reat W. 0. RIGNEY. Director and - Funeral Embalmer. ' Lancaster, - Kentucky. Itnm-lt.im- y I Nervous? For ,n Our entire stock of 40 i Cardui as a wnole. kame is a good, clean stock, having closed a very successful sale, closing out all odds and ends, entire stock. through-ou- t our f? I, da j? E-- r5 Becker, Ballard & Scott. BRYANTSVILLE. PHONE 27. Page 8 IIIIIJIIIUII The Central Record, Thursday Nov Drown, nf Lancaster, 20 head of fat hogs. Twenty of them averaged 175 lbs and go at 7c a pouud; 9 which averaged 130 pounds go at Cc. T. C. Rankin of Garrard bought of Crtpt B, F. Powell here Monday a old horse mule for $140 and a mare muld from J, B. Foster at the same. J. S. Hocker delivered 40 fat steers Bros bf Garrard, here Saturday. They weighed from 1,100 to UWB POUo4a head, and were sold at X..35 a hundred. Mr. Hocker has had these-beeve- a on grass at his farm near More land, and had them in nice shape. Pence Bros of Garrard, brught sever al nice bunches of beef stufT here Mon day. They bought 13 steers from Selby & Nunnelley that averaged 835 pounds at $7.50 a hundred; from Monte Fox of Danville, they secured 29 head of feeding cattle that averaged 950 pounds at 1 1 191.5. r i nurnip r ri hum Mlow l Englsh Marriage 8tatlttlcs. In England generally marry and between the ages of twenty-ninthirty: women between the ages of twenty-seven- . twcnty-e- f and Men e olonrltritttrialiKtlbcrt. and It for it in m) ol iinc. pain and inch ibmis on larai hi ih larmtr rauuot altoM to aitver-IIm- . Ho notlea will i aeefptrd Ofr loaf llnra. and will ba'onlr In two Iiiom of the cotn, I tn ot chart Center Bros twelve head of heifers and cowi at pricei from-- to 5 centi. To Loam-Sever- (fpitt ihn hJitnIt tot Its aula to,nter IJ Ilka the rooster, tun. I Bald viae old Mr. Loost. "And It jrou cannot lay an erg That Helps Bom. be. SeitpmlianJJZtftU d Toa can stand round and boost." Explained. S&r Women's , ffriitII.Bi-u:- K ComkvnvJ sparis .atvc WNSvy responsible party. pair of mulet, to ' A. It. Denny, Lancaster, Ky, For Sale. Three high grade Hereford bull calves and one heifer, R. K Henry, FOR SALE.'jFour nice meat hogs, weight about 300 lbs. each. R. II, Ward. W. R. Cook 'bought four mules in Stanford last Monday, of S. II. Baugh-ma- n for $425, and one other for $112.50 Miss Anna Belle Burnside has a 5 year old sorrel pony, that's sound and gentle, she wishes to sell. Messrs Ed apdN. hfad nf flVi nnnnrl "I don't understand this picture, Mr. Dauber." said Mr. fllbrow, Then Is noming to it out n man wearing a blue ault and n ran, and you have named the picture 'Friendless. Who is this man, and why Is the picture named 'Krlcndlessr " "That," replied the artist, "represents an umpire after the home team has lost a close game." New Winter Suits OF THE BETTER KIND, $25. TO $50. For ten days every train from the North has been bringing us new Suits and Coats, until our stock is at its suit for dressy occasions, or Just n simple tailored suit very best! Whether you want the elaborately and exlike the Wooltex people moke, you can certainly be satisfied from our present exceptionally suits. tensive stock of high-graBroadcloths and Velvets in entirely new Russian and loose coat effects nnd handsomely trimmed in fine furs, suits at $25 and up. at $23, $35, $40. and up. Also plain d de man-tailore- d kerson. at CI 0. Price bought 20 nf Martin and cents a round with 60 eows and a '4,yrs. old past FOR SAL pair of good mure Phone 30-- Hampton Sitters, Marcellus, Ky. d WANTED:-Goo- second hand corn sheller. Have 20 young calves for sale A. F. Sanders, Lancaster, Ky. W. B. Burton purchased of different parties last, Monday, eight nic- - mules at an average of $140. Some of these were for army, purposes and others for tne soutnern trade. One sewing machine that sews fine, $5.00, 1 range Jn gcod order for- - $5.00. 1 extra nice spotted gelding pony to trade for good work and brood mare. Ration For a Fraih Cow. ror tho first two or tbrco days after Red Turkey calving the grain ration should be Toms', $3., and bens $2. each, or hens rather light and somewhat laxative In character, says Hoard's Dairyman. and one torn for $8. After the animal has been brought to Hampton Sisters. Phone 30--B full feed either of the following ra tions should give good results: Corn silage, twenty-flrto thirty pounds: clover hay, ten to fifteen pounds, and a AROUND THE DAIRY. grain mixture of equal parts of corn and wheat brnn. or corn allage, twenty-A chill brought on by theid-dcr.comln- g pounds; alfalfa or live to thirty-fiv- e In contact with frosty cowpea liny, ten to fifteen pounds, and ground la opt to ruin your best a grain mixture of tbrrc parts corn cow. and one part wheat bran. With such Ice cold water checks the milk rations It Is well to feed all tho rough- flow and so affects the cow that ago the anlmnli will clean up readily It Is apt to be detrimental to her and n Iwund of grain for every three unborn calf. or four pounds of milk pnxlnocu. An economical use of roughage , 7 about tbo farm', is greatly la faCorn For tho Silo. vor of winter dairying. It Is belter where It Is posMble to cut Sweep up every particle of sithe corn for the sluice when the most lage In the chute and alleyway advanced cars arc well dented or near and giro It to the cows at every ly matured enough to cut for shocking feeding. purposes. Tula year has been rather The cow that Is to do her best cold nnd In many sections wet. anil It In the winter must tie well fed. Is nultejiosslhle that flie northern coun T well sheltered and well cared for. try oni will hnvp to 1 cut for Ihe silo i.io a nunureu. For SALEi-Bourbon $15. ofTer and $19.75 - SUIT SPECIALS - $15. and $19.75 We made a very special effort during our last trip to New York to secure extra values in Suits that we could our trade at these prices, and we ore showing over One Hundred Suits at $15. to $19 75, nnd all are NEW. The materials are Gabardines, Whipcords, Brondclmhs, etc in the new Russian blouse styles and many others, and many of them are d. Rich Velour and Plush Coats. The vogue of Plush ond Velour Coats amounts to a "craze" and the very fact of the scarcity of the materials is making the public want them. We are fortunate in being able to show more than twelve distinct styles all good. l efore It Is properly matured. New Winter Coats. We have in stock now hundreds of the finest Wooltex Coats from $15. to $10., both plain and Lower priced coats at $7.50 to $25, in many styles nnd shape- s- all new. Houses and Lots FOR ! One Hundred Childrens Coats. fanty Coats to fit every size from 2 years old to 17 years, in Plushes, Corduroys, Velours, Chinchillas and plain and woolens, at every price from $2.50 to $15.00. S. H. Aldridge, Lancaster, Ky. Wanted. To contract pow for blue grass for pasture next season. Can use nypar,t of 100 acres. Any one with blue grass should correspond with o teleohone lTne (327) stating acreage and price per Sal SALE OR RENT. outone-fourth Women's Furnishings. New lines of Feather Boos from $1.00 up. Woolen Neck Scarfs, new Neckwear, Silk and Wool Sweaters, great line of Kimonos and Corduroy Bath Robes, McCallum Silk Hosiery, Gossard Corsets nnd Warner's Rust Proof Corsets. "Wirthmor" Dollar Shirt Waists. Munsing Union Suits for Women nnd Children. AT LOWELL, GARRARD COUNTY, KY. One nice four room cottage, necessary acre of land. buildings, about One good three room cottage and about acre of land. Two acres of fine tom land, upon which is stock barn. For price and particulars see acre for entire next sesson. John W. Miller. Mgr. d one-eigh- th The Interior 'Journal says; Tom Pence sold a steer to Center Bros of Garrard Monday at five and a quarter cents; he also sold a three year-ol- d horse mule to the same buyers bot- A. B. 3THEllIkACKf.aMrA.YVf L Robertson VC & Bro rHEHBL,CKCOMP..VVr' naaO'CicvciANO The Store That Sells Wooltex. L7 for $110. F. L. Thompson af Preachersville ""sold 25 hogs to Henry Brown of Junc-Je- n City here Monday. The porkers averyged 150 pounds and were sold at CJ cents a pound- Hon. W. G. Gooes sold to Lawson & S, P. Davis, Lowell, Ky.f or Dr. John A. Snowden, Winchester, Ky. It's an til turn anyone. - ... Monwi a Qntl trL" ODtlmlstlo Thought.' does no good to tbt Tell Your Pcot Troubles TO OTJEWdT SPECIALIST For two days a noted Chicago Foot Spocialist will give free examinations and advice at our store. He will be here Lindane and Llmea. Linden trees In Germany hava equivalent in the tlrltlih lima. News Of The Churches. -- OF- NOVEMBER 15. AND 16 ssssssssssiHe Curing this time all who visit us will have the benefit of his services free of cost. No obligation to buy your shoes here. Arch Supports Must Be Fitted To The Feet. ' Arch supporters and other foot appliances to give re-su-its that are satisfactory must be fitted to the feet. It is impossible to make these devices on stock fcizes to fit the innumerable peculiarities of the human foot. Have the Foot Specialist fit you with the proper corrective devire or appliance and rid yourself of foot troubles permanently. What Our Foot Comfort RRRRRRRRRRBJaBSBSBSBSBSBSBSsl Service Means To You. Expert fitting Scholl arch support i with Dr. Scholl's patent d urch fitter snd sketch of rch fitter. Dr. Win. M. Scholl is After months of preparation we have installed Dr. Scholl's Foot Comfort Service for the benefit of our custom ers. This insures you correct, scientific flitting of shoes; it means supplying you with the proper corrective device to free you of foot aches and pains, that tired, worn feeling, broken arches, corns, bunions, callouses and other foot troubles. This sp;ciai scvice is given you without any added cost. 111. Fish Killed by Lightning. Scrricej At Toe Mtlho&t Chsrch. Optimistic' Thought. There are cases on record of lightWhy persist in importunity to eara Sunday school at 9;30 A. M. ning Sashea striking the surface ot that are closed. Prea'chlng every Sunday at 11 o'clock ponds, lakes and rivers, and killing in the morning and 7 in the evening. quantities of flab. Optimistic Thought. League, every Sunday evening at 6:15 He Is the best prophet who makes Prayer meeting every Tuesdsy even lae best guesses. ing at 7 o'clock. lountr Court Daji. Come and enjoy these services. God Was First Kaiser. Hichmond, 1st. Monday. will bless you. Charlemagne was the Brst person to S. II. Pollitt, iytor. Paris, 1st. Monday. assume the name ot kaiser. Frankfort, 1st Monday. Hafrodsburg, 1L Monday. Dally Thought. BAPTIST CHURCH. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. doing good Is the only Realise that 2nd.Mor.day, Stanford, 9:45 A.M. Bible School.' certainly happy action ot a man's lire. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. 11 A. M. Preaching, by the pastor. Sir Philip Sidney. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Subject; "God's guiding, protecting Danville, 3rd. Mondi. and supporting presence." Sporting Risk. Lawrenct-burjr- , 3rd. Monday 7 P. M. Preaching service, subject, Small Youth"! ain't goln' to say Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. We A man with a big backbone". my prayers tonight, mother. I'm go- Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. do not announce this subject, because in' to take a chance. V Life. Somerset, 3rd. Mondsy. we wish to be distressingly odd, or ec Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. centric, but In order to discuss a topic Her Mind a Stsrehouse. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday which certainly needs attention in these Every old woman knows a lot ot Winchester, 4th. Monday. senaiblo, things that' are not to be days of ours. If you are a citizen Monticello. 4th. Monday. tound In books. without a backbone, you are nothing Versailles, 4th. Monday. more in the town than a jelly tlsh. If you are a public olllcial, and have no Style. backbone, you may be ornamental but The secret ot'sfyle Is to wrlto like) a human being. Walter, Uagebot: not useful. If you are a church memr Life and Works. ber without a backbone, you are fit Suponly for the Devil's scrap pile. pose you come out and htar about It. Psalm's Two' Distinctions. A. J. Clere, pastor. Psalm 118, besides' being the mid Ky. i' dle chapter In tho Itiblo, Is also the shortest chapter. HUGHES & SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE HEN LANCASTER KY. Come and let us sell you a farm In Garrard County, where five millions of pounds of the best tobacco is grown annually;, where all the agricultural products grow abundantly; where the beat live stock is bred; where the blue grass grows, where good schools, moral and hospitable people are attracting many home seekers, Lancaster the the county seat, has three banks, telephone exchsnge, electric light plant. creameo , splendid water works system, two liouring mills, grain and hemp warehouse, tobacco warehouse, on the L & N railroad, one of the best graded schools in the State, having an endown-mefund of $50,000.00 In addition to a $30,000.00 now school building. Wecan sell homes or choice lots near the school, Our price is the owner's price. We refer to any bank or to any official for proof that we will deal fairly with you; as we have done for ten yeara and have no dissatisfied customers. Improved and unimproved farms of all sizes and various locations and at various prices, but any farm priced at its market value. ' OF Time Table. Danville, North-boun- Southern Rail Road. Cincinnati Express, daily 4:30 a.m. Spe- Well-Kep- t Shops. No. 10 L.&N ARRIVE. thy shop and thy shop will keep thee. Light gains mako heavy No. 4 purses. TIs good to be merry and No. 28 wis. Oeorgo Chapman. Keep Go On, Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. There's a Scholl Appliance for Every Foot the greatest authority on the feet and the inventor and manufacturer of foot appliances for every known foot oilmen and, deformity. We carry a full lino of his goods and the splendid preparations he also manufactures for bringing relief to tho feet. Come in and let us tell you about these wonderful methods of correcting foot troubles. Probably quited love It five years other man. No. Tell the Rest the best cure for unre is to meet the object ot No. after her marriage to an No. Topeka. Dally Capital. No. Get Chicago Foot Specialist's Advice FREE. Plnss Purify Air. According to a Finnish scientist, the No. air around pine trees Is purer than that around others because their needles disseminata electricity Into No. No. the atmosphere. An English scientist believes there la an Individuality In heart beats affect cial, dally 0:03ia.m. Blue Crass Special, dally except SunG;08 a.m. 14 Carolina Special, dally 7:00 a.m 6 Local Express, dally 1:'35 p.m. 2 Cincinnati Limited, , dally 6:20 p.m. 12 Royal Palm, daily.. 5:37 p.m. South-boun- ENo 10; 5KX):b. m. To Maysville, connecting at Richmond with h & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexlng. ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. The ChlcagoFoot Specialist will advise you Free about your feet and how to remedy your foot troubles') Consult him whether you are one of our customers or not. Bring your friends with you. This demonstration is to introduce our new orthopedic department and we want everybody to know about it. Heart Beats Individualistic. PARKS, HENDREN & CO. .Danville, Incorporated. -- ing the handwriting to Mh a degree that It can be Identified when the writing Is magnified. PalaafcJy a Strain. Postfea ess .coats mm, mea -- Kentucky. 4 aa effort." saM Unols lebea. "dt y eaat help wish' dey'd 'aaitla 'taak W act natural. " seek Express, Loca dally ,.,.11:09 11 Royal Palm, dallyU:20 1 New Orleans Limited, daily 11:35 a.m. & Cincinnati, Mlddlesboro AJCiuxvilla. Fishermen especially take notice. No. 13 Carolina Special, Bd & N B Price R.U Elkin No 70; 11(50 a. in. W. R. Cook. dally 10:15 p.m. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. To Richmond, connecting with fast H. C. Arnold. No. 8 Spe James G. Conn, 11:35 p.m. train to Cincinnati. cial, dally J. P. Bland. J, C. Morgan, No 27; p. m. No. 0 Florida Spa- Long Bros J. II. and W. S. Weaver To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon J. Booth Sutton. clnl, dally W. T. West. 11:52 p.m. Junction to Elixabethtown & BewKng W, L Lawson and son. Howard King, No. 27 Blue Grass Spa. Green, snd at Bardstown Junction te Miss Carrie Boulden, clal, dally except J. II. Rlgsby, John Richardson. Sunday, arrives.. 6:15 p.m. Bardstown & Springfield. J. C. Rlgsby,. No 9; 8:42 p. m. For rates, routes and information A. C. Miles, J. B. Woods We will add other names for 25 cents call upon or address M. J. Oughlln, To Stanford, connecting with fast ' tram to tirwtoi & Atlanta. agent: 'phone 348. i easb. 6 1 2.-0- . No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting The undersigned hereby warn at Rowland, L Sc N to all points South ing to all persons not to trespass upon our land for any purpose whatsver as No 23; 11:04 a. m. a.m. To Richmond, connecting with L & we will prosecute all offenders to ful 0-law. Hunters and. N to Irvine & Beattyville, .Lexington lest extent of POSTED