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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 25, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915112501_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 25, 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. ... ht Mr V It v BCENTRAL - 5 Zf- - PURE RELIQlOh, ONI A RNJS1I El) DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT RECORD. NUMBkR 34. 4 TWXNTT SIXTH TKAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER 25. 1915. Hand Us That $. ire Eat Thanksgiving Puritan. Dinner at The SANITARY SLAUGHTER HOUSE I bee uur Line ui Commercial Club Meets Tonight. Our Good flour makes good bread. Hour is guaranteed to please. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Pott your lind and protect your birds When In Lancaster, Freh Oysters at The Puritan. Oyatert, stew, fried and raw, at The Puritan. COMPLETED. !o' TT jn-cciuqu- J a. eat at The Turltan i Butcher Knives, Sausage Wills. Lard Presses. Our sport goods will be interesting to you. , Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. 1 I ID HI I Tobacco Housed. I I Protect your labour and rental by Insuring your TOBACCO. Rates reasonable. See D, A. THOMAS. U. l KI.KIN. THOMAS & EUKIIN, Agtsnts. Window Glass HOUSE PAIINJT BARN and, ROOF Paint -- AT- Mo Roberts Drug Store On i WINDOW GLASS I 1 and l ID I PUTTY. Roof and House Paint. J I In and Out Floor Paint. STORMES DRUG STORE l.;.7S;Cy.spp.;;r-.;.- : ?VAWi if For Thanksgiving Day ! You will be looking for somcthiwi Just a little bit difTerent Dont forget thnt this is a little bit different grocery store n special occasion and n day In an out grocery shop. Also. dont forget, that you can't, have an eatable demand, but we are ready to meet it. Prepared in n way not quite the ordinary. We nro ready for Thanksgiving like ibis ? I- Raisins, Currents, Nuts, Citron, Dates, Figs, Cherries, and Spices of all kinds for Black Cake. Celery, Oysters and Cranberries. Theo Curre . tf. GIVING SERVICE. Every ihot on the Stanford pike Is America has more to be thankful for In keeping with the long established go watch out investigated, In the year I91G, than any other nation custom of Lancaster, there will be a in the world: but our thanks are nion Thanksgiving service on Thurs- Your choice of three grades of coa tempered by the gravity of the sorrow ay Nov. 25. This time the service Hudson. Hughes & Farnau. of our neighbors. will be held In the Christian church and Our President has a lot to be thank No one knows the day, nor even the sermon will be delivered by Rev. f ul for besides a Thanksgiving turkey. J. Clere, pastor of Baptist church. with certainty the year, of the mrth of We print wedding invitations, calling Booker T. Washington; but the day of A musical program will be rendered by Care taken to his death was announced by telegraph the singers from the different choirs. and business cards. Everyone is cordially invited to attend satisfy each customer. and cable to many parts of the world. and give thanks unto the Lord for h'a The first train has ben run over the The simon pure optimist is the fellow manifold goodness. railroad being built by the United who can be thankful today for the States government In Alaska. mince pie he ate yesterday, although NO COMBINE today he has only a headache or stomCremo Dairy feed wil make your obacco Warehouses In Madison and achache to recall yesterday's celebra For sale by cows give more milk. tion. Boyle Rclase To Join Combine. Hudson, Hughes & iarnau. Dr. J. S. Clark, President of Ken At a representative meeting of the Nicholasville can now boast of being tucky Wesleyan College, of Winchester the onlv town or city in Kentucky, will preach at the Methodist church Tobacco Warehouses of Madison and Bovle county, held at the Citizer.3 which has four ladies ai members of nsxt Sunday morning and evening. National Bank In this city lastMonday, the Hoard of Education. Rev. S. II. Pollitt is conducting a ten it was decided that these houses would has ordered the re' day meeting at Pleasureville. Pretldent Wilson refuse to enter a combine, launched by Instatement of George Burkett, th Although a national observance, the The Hurley Tobacco Warehouse As- - fa assistant postmaster at Winnttka, III., spirit of Thanksgiving must ever be the Kiation, to raise the price of selling who criticized his early marriage. individual. Otherwise it must be mere fees to the farmer and as a result, "Brer ttabbit'Mias been on the firing form Bnd ceremony, lacking that heart- those who expect to sell on these marline in this county since the first of the felt gratitude, that spontaneous im- kets will be saved thousands of dollars week, and he will have to withstand pulse which springs unbidden from the this season. They had been made a proposal by the Burley people to raise grateful heart. days, the bombardment for forty-fiv- e the selling charge, from fifteen cents Day address ColomJ floor charge to 25 cents. In his Columbus Bros. Ham and Ramsey continue the The price fight on the Devil and his cohorts over Itoosevelt spoke of the need of pre charged growers for selling their toba:- paredness for war with his customaiy co in Danville and Richmond, will be l!) in Danville. There seems to be a ahak' emphases. With his habitual assump the same as charged last year, 15 cents Ing of dry bones over in Little liritian. lion of authority, he held up to ridicule floor charge, 2 per cent commission and It is nnlawful to kill any ringneck the song, "I Didn't Raise My Boy To one half of one per cent for Insurance, pheasant at any time of the year, and Be A Soldier." He mollycoddlized. as the Commission appeals to you for usual. gov. Mccreary made your assistance In protecting them unThanksgiving, 1C2I! How was it til they increase sufficiently so permit celebrated? The roll of a drum an NO PROMISE TO PARDON. humtlng. nounced the hour for prayer. After the Efforts to sesure the release of A hunter pays one dollar fora license religious service came feasting and out nd fifty cents for a box of shells and door athletic sports. Thanksgiving day Beach Hargis, who killed his father. goea out and hunta all day and comes 19161 How will it be celebrated? With Judge James Hargis, of Breathitt, by in with three rabbits and a bunch of religious services, feasting and outdoor paroles or pardon have been redoubled. Both the mother of Beach and his uncle, tired muscles, and brag! about the fun athletic sports. Alex Hargis, have urged Gov. McCreary he has had. Dr. T. B Smith, the originator of and the prison commissioners to set the Everybody is delighted to kmw Smith's Liniment, called at our office boy free before Gov. McCreary's term" there will be no contest in the race Tuesday, the first time In many years expires. over the governorship. E. P. Morrow Dr. Smith is now also manufacturing a Gov. McCreary declined to commit has acquitted himself like a gentleman remedy but it was learned that he claims will absolutely himself and like all honest persons, dots not cure consumption, also good for coughs, uthoritatively that he has made r.o want an office that does not belong to colds, croup and whooping cough. On authoritatively that he has made no him. promise. Beach is steward of the sale at Stormes Drug Store. prison hospital and proficient in minor Considering everything, A. 0. Stanley surgery. He has earned the entire made a splendid race and won out WILL PROBATED. confidence of the prison officials. against great odds. It was not the Another prisoner who hopes for popularity of Edwin P. Morrow, but it The will of the late Crampton Collins was probated In the county court last freedom is Curt Jett, serving' a life j was the scratching of men who registered as Democrats and desired to de- - Monday. The will which was dated sentence for the assassidation of JameB Jett is August 1915, leaves his entire estate Cockrell and J. B. Marcum. ' feat Stanley. , Willie Kinder. the prison florist and leader of the to his wife and ' In refpanse to a request from Gov Christian Endeavor, and intends if re leased to became an evangelist. ernor McCreary that the women of LARGE "KERSHAW". Kentucky aid President Wilson in his Jplsn for prepardness, Mrs. Desha Our good friend Mr. John M. Farra GOOD PICTURES (!) Ilreckinridge nnsweres in a salty card brought us one of the largest and best anThe Lancaster Opera House in which she declared "that women are kerahaws wo have seen this season not Idiots even if they are related to This was a luclous, ringed necked nounces that it has secured PARA Stanford pike kershaw that would be MOUNT service for every Tuesday at J men." Friday night. This service hes never hard to beat. The sudden cold snap brought forth before been shown in Lancaster, (O various wrana and nvorrnnts from their make it a point to tee these pictures. VERY ILL. 0 , hiding places as well as increased the They are always in from four to six I Iiii.ln.a nt t hit innl man nivl fnrAt We regret to announce that Mr. acts, and their wonderful success else- I thoaM who h&fl nnt alrpntlv mn). tha Wade Walker lies critically ill at where has demonstrated that the publiQ ill change to discard the comfortable "It. home near Paint Lick, suffering with wants the best in pictures. I V. D's." for more warmth producing what is thought to be a blood clot This service offers you productions ! articles. featuring soch starj as Mary I'ickford, the brain. He remains in a semi-co- n scious condition and Is very weak. Hazel Dawn, Marguerite Clark, Elsie It cannot bu denied that the obtrc-- a Janis, Myrtle Stedman and others. The atve hypenate has obtained bad em- picture "HIS LAST PARAMOUNT STRIPPING SEASON. Inence in this county and has made DOLLAR", shown on Tuesday night j himself distinctly, "persona nonigrata" There has been a general rain over was on 3 of the bett pictures ever seen j to the American persor.. Still there Hurley belt and stripping is now l Lancaster. Tl e next Paramount degrees of culpabilty even in the the are In progress. The loose leaf market "ODYSSEV OF THE NOIITH" mil. hyphendom and it must be ad. dorr.a'n opens at Lexington and Maysville I be shown this Friday night and 'A mitted that do. a 1st, und the growers are j9es to be an excellent feature in six not exemplify the worst. 'doing their best to have their tobacco parts. Once upen a time an old farmer was ready to get some Christmas money, ffr HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. j H on hli deathbed, and the aged wife, ,who had been endeavoring to make him CIRCLE GIRLS THANKFUL This Agreement Witnesseth; That comfortable in his last moments, broke in order to protect the game on our The Circle Girls wish to thank all of down and tearfully exclaimed: "Daddy, lands for a period of three years we those who took plates at their recent 5? yu're BIn' 10 die amI I'youdiewhafs supoer and those who contributed in bind ourselves not to hunt thoreon, nor going to become ot nie"7 so, and we to "l Uon t toward making it a success. permit anybody else do y.know and I don't keer," was the Bny way liberal patronage they were further agree to prosecute with diliBy your jj7peevish response; "what I want to gence all persons who violate the game to? i know is what's goin' to become of me? ' enabled to clear a neut sum which will laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our used. be worthily lands for the purpose of hunting. Ana Frankfort citizens have elfected an f we further agree to act as Deputy OTfiDlf PfVIMP IflU7 organization with a view of planning Game Wardens for the purpose of MUlm rLIlnU LUll. the most Imposing inaugural ceremony ' Btork left a beautiful little girl rving out this agreement. Except each ever given at the State Capitol, when us have the right to kill rabbits on A. 0. Stanley becomes Governor and at the Methodist parsonage and Bro. of Pollitt tells us he is so pleased with her our ."arms or permit It to ba done by James D. Mack, Lieutenant-Governo- r si under our supervision, or the of Kentucky on December 7th. There that thev have asked her to abide per- another some responsible ami will be u laruu number of Demotrat manently with them and named her supervision of us, from this cltv and countv who will at. Mary Klizibeth Tho stork alrpvislteu rename person soieceu oy J. E. Itoblnson, and left a It. L. Elkln, tend the Inauguration. Many will go the Bourne neuhborhooU W. H. Brown, fine boy with Mr. and Mrs. Martin Jno. M. Farra, over to Frankfort in automobiles. Alex Walker, Brogle whom they have named Herbert. W. II. Burton. T. A. Elkln, Thanksgiving Day should bu more Haselden Bros., $ than a holiday Inwhich families gather F. M. Tinder. J. H. Dalton, BEAUTIFUL PARK. Logan Hubble, e John II. Smith, and enjoy a undei the old G. M, Deshon, Itecent visitors to Lancaster are J, N. Boss, feast together. That is well, but some11. B. Cox, to the thing more passing high compliments upon el complete. Is neeeded eat makefat, day mmy improvements being made on the Fisher Herring, While we tho the Hughes Bros, J. W, Sweeney, and ST W. M. Mahan, drink the sweet, we should send nor-- ! public square In that enterprising city. Withers Bros, tions to those for whom nothing has One of tlw greatest of these is thecom- - Wllllamt .Marcus mid Jim1) White, i ; J.U.Pope, been prepared. We should observe the pleto remodeling of the park. This has B. t Wllmot, Mrs David Cheuault, day religiously. We should remember bjen surrounded by concrete paving, t Fred'J. Conn, W. It. Cook, many walks through the grounds. J, tV. Elmore, has things 5 God who and given us allblesa his richly with thank, and nunman mo, holy Lancaster never does things by lislves, T, U Hanwn, to enjoy Vym. G. Anderson, name. Furthermore, We should make and when her people determine to make j Sam Cotton., . ' W, B. Moss ths day a day of dedication of ourselves improvements they 'tt to be of the T. M. Arnold. Jr. Jno. M. White. ille an'l ovr all to his service. Messenger. It. E. Henry, i LOST;.A small bread and butter Oyatera jllrect from Ualtimore at plate at the turxey supper Isst week. Finder please return to Davidson and The Puritan. Doty. made and told by Mn. Fruit Cakes tf Let Mrs. Givens Terrill make your Givena Tcrrill. Heaten Iliscuit, Salads, Pies, Cakes, UNION Parmer all over the county are etc.. for your Sunday dinners. Phone POSTING their land. 1G9. a few years. have just completed my new laughter house with concrete floor and It is sanitary In every way. I am now ready to kill your hogs, render lard, make sausage and deliver It all to your door, All you have to do Is to furnish your hogs. Will also kill beeves. Give me a trial. Phone 354. G. Sam Johnson. Lers ior r ?, r HOG - KILLING SUPPLIES. THANKS BUTCHER KNIVES Sausage Sniffers SAUSAGE MILLS,. Lard Presses. Lard Cans. Haselden Lancaster, - Bros., Kentucky Wholesale and Retail Hardware. t 31 IE DC DC has G. M. LYON'S STORE BUSY CASH Where you can find a charming display of COATS, SUITS AND PIECE GOODS The Busy Cash Store can save you money. Give us a call. step-son- G. M LANCASTER. LYONS. KENTUCKY. 1 IE 3L 1Z I old mim WAGONS 9 ; I J German-Americanis- I I I roof-tre- Have attained a famous reputation by their Llghj Running, being Substantially Built, Safely Guaranteed and long years of service. , if ( ft jW. J. ROMANS, Lancaster; Ky. L best.-Danv- Page 2 r.. - The Central Record, Thursday Nov 25 19 5. 1 . T lit MiLLiun. rrcsiiicni. 1 tf m t iltnttn i. j. ourcua, iM.n i. ii uk. u. IL VAUUIIT, Sccretnry. ..... Biggest in Price E. DEATH ERAGE. Biggest in Amount of Sales Treasurer Biggest in Floor Space. MADISON TO BACCO WAREHOUSE INCOKfOKATED. Near L. DIRECTORS- E. C. 5 A. Depot. Dr. C. H. VAUGHT. CAPITAL, $40,000.00. T. Telephone 156. MARION COY. Million. T- J Curtis. J. SMITH. J. M. II A DEN. E DEATHERAGE Will receive tobacco any time before this date that you wish to bring it. The Madison Tobacco Warehouse will open for the first sale of Tobacco, Thursday, December 2nd. We are the oldest Loose Leaf House in this city, have been independent at all times and expect to remain so. Our five yenrs experience under the same management is worth much to yeti. who sell tobacco. Elmer DentlieratJe will be the mnnnj'er jjlvinjj all his time to you. Everybody who knows him. knows thnt he is n hustler, mul usually gets n little better price than the other fellow. Julian Million will be his nble assistant, and Jess fobb. our auctioneer, theie is, none better than Jess, you can understand every bid nioile when Jess is selling. Our buying force will hi larger than lost year, and every concern represented on other markets we expect here. If our dealings with you of Garrard County, have been fair and honest, if we have pleased vou In the manner that wc have conducted your business, why would you wish to try nn experiment. Experiments cost dearly some times. You want the very best price for your tobacco, this we propose to get you. this you are entitled to, We thank you for past patronage, this you have glcn us freely, fcr five years we have sold more tobacco than all other houses combined on this market. We know ou hoc cenfalcnro in us cur biifims will I conducted In tticli We invite you most cordially to visit our house and to attend our first sale especially, that you can get 11 line on prices. The crop In Garrard is n fine n manner to hold this confidence. one and we expect to secure seme very high crop averages for you this senson. Thonkin you nuiu, MADISQ N TOBACC WAREHOUSE IN MEMORY I CO., RICHMOND. KENTUCKY. The Southern Railway is the direct Cold Settled in my Stomach. Lost My Appetite. Could Not Sleep. the first thanksgiving; DAY. Oi Mrs. R. L. burton. All Remedies Failed. Took Peruna. Am Cured. Peruna A Great Mr. Chas. Sauerbier, 815 Main street, St Joseph, Mich., a constant Friend of Peruna, Uses it in his Family. 1 FOR RENT 8 1 N H Tobacco, hemp, corn, meadow, wheat and grazing land. The best stock water. Two tobacco barns, one stock barn and good residence. Cash rent. ' 16. 3b acre farm for rent for I A.H.Bastin&Son Houses and Lots FOR SALE OR RENT. AT LOWELL, GARRARD COUNTY, KY. One nice four room cottage, necessary outbuildings, about acre of land. One good three room cottage and about acre of land. Two acres of fine bottom land, upon which is stock barn. For price and particulars see one-fourth one-eigh- th S. P. Davis, Lowell, Ky., or lM-t- f Dr. John A. Snowden, Winchester, Ky. KSWK'i'.'JESSBZSSSlgfSBit W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. Soft falls the sparkling dew drop. line to Asheville, Aiken, Augusta.Char-lestoThe very f.rst Thanksgiving and the Like tears of sorrow shed Columbia, Savnnnnh, Summer-vill- c manner of It, observance are not very Upon th(J of BerU and other southern resorts. Perhaps me wuu ueunt-- in history. wu .i.an, i,l .u i i ' equipped with Travel there on the "St. Louis following paragraph will give as sue electric lighted steel coaches, through drawing room cint an epitome as is possible at this It was the 13th of November sleeping cars to Jacksonville and new dining car serThat date we shall never forget remote distance: vice to Asheville, and from Asheville to Jacksonville. When the light of a beautiful life went "The fishermen were ordered to out The trip via Asheville is through "The Land of the 'scour the seas for spoil', the hunters And she entered eternal rest. Sky", the only scenic route to Florida. Very low s' 'to shoulder their matchlocks and bring in such game ns would allow the May-- 1 No more she'll wake to greet us fares and winter tourists' fares now in effect; flower co.ony In a more special manner with stopovers and other special features. No more her voice we'll hear to rejoice together. The result was a But in death she's not forgotten Get full Information and fates from the v Local Southern Agent, or wine to 7 supply of wild turkey, deer, bear and still her memory will be dear.t ' ir J n ii. i oau.LMiirici . ir,- anengerAgeni,i.ouisviiir,rty. j i r. . ii game of every sort in such abundance Then i. weep not heart broken husband as amply to feed the colony for a week. r.T For mi has gone to rest They had as guests the friendly chief, To livelierta with God and the angels Massasoit, and 00 of his men. The lfcT JB II torever happy and blest. Indians contributed to the feast, live or fPWrp CAKRIP OF THt SOUTH doer and a great basket of lobsterr. When life's journey's ended And we are called to go This was the introduction to the young colony to its afterward favorite shell- God grant we'll meet dear Ilerta Wheie bright (lowers ever grow. fish, and the women served them as . they best knew how. The menu of that Mrs. Hichard Burton. SAMUEL H. H ALLEY. UENIIY L. MAItTLV, Jr. EARNEST HAWKINS EAItLY BASS, immortal dinner has, not. alas been prePrest. and Gen'l Mgr. Vice President. Secretary. Auctioneer, served, but it ia known that the two ! IN MEMORIAM. aishes most fully appreciated by the SAM WELLS, GKOKGE CLEVELAND, lll'tiil IIAItKKIt, CIIAttLEY LATHAM. Indians as well as the Americans were "Born, lived, died, sums up the great ' Floor Mgr. Billing Cictk. the "brown roast turkey" and the epitome of nan"-- So Ant Secretary. of Mrs. Berta 'pumpkin pie'. The great feast of the Mitchell Burton who was born Dec. RUSSELL WILSON. Shipping Clerk. ( week was outdoors, for the air was 23. 1871, married Mr. Kobert Lee Bur-- 1 balmy and the sun bright. Massasoit ton, Dec. 22 1895 and on Nov. 13, 1915 ! was there in all the bravery of a scar as the shadows of an earthly evening -i coal irimmeu witn lace ana a cop closed round, the etfulgent glory of " per chain, given him some time previous God's eternal morning broke tor her in 4 by bdward W inslow. In a strange med "the land that is fairer than day". Icy of Indian garb and a borrowing of Incorporated, While from side seems m European costume, cementing there the that "her sun the earth down itwhile lis g has gone bond of friendship with the white set yet HEADQUARTERS FOR WHITE TOBACCO. day," still we know-"t- hat life tlers which held good II years." is long that answers life's great ends". Telephone S0i. Only fifty-fiv- e English speaking peo So with only a few more years than ple sut down to the first Thanksday the Man of Calvary, she too, bowed her Reliable Service. Mill ami Dolivnr Sts. K. K. Switch into House feast, but the addition of the Indians head in submission and voicing life's Beautiful Light, made a goodly company fur whom the LEXINGTON. KY. Cornfortnble Stnbles. valedictory, seemed to say with Him; m poor, lonely and homesick women pre- "It Is finished." From her chamber, or suttering, which became the antem pared the dinner. The Fayette is the oldest Independent Warehouse in Lexington. The first Thanksgiving in this country room of Heaven, because God's was not set apart as a day of religious wero there; the angels of It was built by home people for home people, and it offers you every observance, but for recreation. On patience, of cheerfulness, of thought- December 11, 1021, Edward Winslow fulness for others facility for selling tobacco any other warehouse does, and then some. weal; the glorified wrote home to England the following spirit left the beautiful casket which very quaint acoum of the week's pro- had held it, while as yet untouched by gram; age or the vicissitudes that seem "Our harvest being gotten in, our mar the beauty or the physical. Engpvernor sent four men out fowling so dowed with the charm and graces that Q we might Iii a special manner rejoice would have fill her place together after we had gathered the in wide fitted her to a circle of society, she chose FIRST Because we vnltie our hifih class line of trnile from finrranl County mul fruits of our labors. The four kilted so the secluded iletireto circle of intimates, whom much fowl tint with a little helpserved she gathered about her in her liorre add to it. the company about a week. Among from which emanated cheerfulness, other recreations wero exercises with thoughtfulness SECOND-rBecmi- se every crop we secure, enahlet u tit continue to give you the high-clo- ; and the old time hos- - Q s Many of the Indians came our arms. pitality now decadent. Even as a jew-- 1 Ob service we offer. "SERVICE" has nlwnjs been our motto, not big dividends. amongst us and among tnem their el shines all the brighter for a simple greatest king Massasoit with some 00 THIRD-Becaussetting, so from thcsecluded.yet truest Auctioneer. Enrly Bass, limn way of his own (mysterious nnd unmen, whom we for three days feasted setting, where she chose to be; scin-- i and entertained. Thev went out and known to nil others) of keeping the Buyers in game, until the top tiluted the beauty of he.-- flawless life. V notch has killed five deer, which they brought in Like a benediction was the close of Q been reached, nnd you linve renlized the actual worth of your tobacco. and bestowed on our governor, upen that life on those whose privilege it Q tlie captain I and others. FOURTH Because we get results. Rend these llgures was to be with her. Truly, "earth is they are ofllcinl. So we gt't a good idea of the lioi richer that she lived, poorer that she Te led in those days. pitality of We Is gone." S. L. M. learn, too, from Governor Bradford Kentucky Average on Burley Tobacco last season . that wild turkeys were plentiful, so we MANSE. feel a reasonable assurance that tho Lexington market average, the highest in the state turkey has t long and ancient lineage and prestige not to be usurped by any Try our Hour. It is guaranteed to other bird on our Thanksgiving day please. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. THE FAYETTE ns has happened three out of the Inst four yenrs. led every Wnrehmibe in platter. Many friends will be glad to welcome the entire Burley Belt with an overage of ?8.8(J. If we remember what were the con Mrs. Jula Waddles to her new home at ditions, circumstances, events and in It takes nearly twelve months to grow a crop of tobneco. When market time cidents of the first Thanksgiving day, Cartersville. and ullow thought tc traverse even There was a pie supper at Manse comes don't you believe it's worth your while to TRY TO GET IN. rapidly and superficially the path of school house Friday night Nov. Stb the blessing until this Thanksgiving day of fine sum of $10. was made. 1915 we shall have a faint vision, at Miss Sallle Beazley and friend, Mr. least, of that for which the laud should Willie Hoger's of Print Lick spent Sun oiler praise, day with Miss Sallie Anderson. G. C. Cox, of Manje Is putting in a Old Cities of Western Asia. goods near Cartersville, Mr. LEXINGTON, Tho maps of tho Roman empire stock of KENTUCKY. show western Asia dotted with cities, John Centers being the manager. ,2u Ilyzantlum was, of course, standand Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Anderson spent ing whero Constantinople stands to- Saturday night and Sunday In Berea day, at tho tip of Europe on the west home folks, Mr. and Mrs, Winkler ern sldo of tho Bosporus, in Thrace. with On the eastern sldo of Hosporus was There was a pie supper at Woodsview ! Chalcedon. South of tho Dardanelles, school house Friday night Nov. 12, !!' tho city of Ilium, or Troy, marked on Mrs. Mary Clark got the cake for being the maps of the time of the I'orslan the prettiest girl in the house. empire, had disappeared and was not Mrs. W. P. Anderson Jr., and child on maps of the times of the Caesars. IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS ren wero tho gjotu of Mr. and Mrs, W. P. Anderson Sr., ind Mr. and Mrs, J. II. Anderson, Thursday and Friday. Little Stanley, the four year old son 0H SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS 0FTHE S0UTH.J.0NQ RETURN LIMIT. STCP CVZS:. Sick headache, biliousness, nilca and bvl breath aro usually caused by Inac- of Mr. and Mrs. E. U. Creech was laid F3R PULL INFOnMATICN. WPLY TO NtAlltST TICKeT AGENT OH WHITE tive IkjwcIs. Cct a box of llexall to rest in the Manse cemetery Wednes H. C.KING, Passenger and Ticket Azent, 101 East Main Street, LosJnste-nOrderlies. They act gently and effec'?. day evening. He was sick only a few tively. Bold only by us at 10 cents. VV. A. LECIILER, General Passs.issr Ajent, days with Diptbera. Much sympathy Cincinnati, CKilo R. E. McRobsrts is extended to tho parents. n, Sp-ci- af home-seeker- mmc - tIW U yum 3sv,a12fl,Ssv,i Jft&AIl WO.V ' Weigh-Maste- r. I ' Fayette Tobacco Warehouse Company i a to9 -' i WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE. a 9 ' J eour a ? $7.32 i $8.26 FAYETTE TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY. rT Florida - Cuba - New Orleans WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ... 4 m TV ri38P '7 v' The Central Record, Thursday Nov 25, 1915 2z Page 3 Home Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse INCORPORATED. Open to receive Tobacco November 29th. First Sale, Important. Ilemr in mind that Chamberlain') Tat1U not on)y move I ho bowel hut Improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion. For sale liy all dealers. Ht Iluigin nml attend the Knox Denny wedding on Wednesday. Mr and Mr J Koran ilnllard en- tertained Informallv Wednesday even-- 1 Ing at "Pine Crest" in honor of Miss of Lexington, the , Mnrgnrite Woolfork, guest of Miss Mnyme I,ee Ilallard. Thursday, Fear to Hear the Cricket. It Is regarded as a death warning In lomo parts of Germany to hear a cricket sing. December 2nd. Same management as last year which insures the prompt and careful handling of your crops. Highest market price and same courteous treatment to every one. If you havent sold at the HOME before get in line and we will make you a satisfied customer too. relatives , Peoplo Ask Us What Is the best laxative? Years of experience in telling all kind leads us to always recommend safest, surest and most satisfacu the Sold, only by w, lOecati. tory. R. E. MeRobsrts WOMAN'S CLUB COLUMN. The Woman's Club will have on exhibition Dec. 13th., fifty-foMedici Reproductions of master pieces. This is a wonderful picture exhibit and every mother should cultivate the beautiful and artistic in her children by having them see these pictures in the Woman's Club room. Admission enly 10 cts., for children in FEED Conservation THE Posterity. SOIL STOP AT OUR HKYANTSVILLK Best Cough Mediciue for Children. Mr. Porter, of Nlcholasville, has "Three years ago wnen l was living been visiting Mrs. J". W. filass. in l'ittlbnrgh one of my children had a Miss Pauline Hurdette. of Ilurgln. lionl roll end coughed dreadfully. Up-o-n Mrs. Hrrhurt I! rooks. has been visiting the advice of a'druggist 1 purchased Kanawha Halt does not harden in the a bottle of Chamberlain's Cougli Rem-ed- y harrvl. Hudson. Hughes & Farnau. I and it benefited him at once. Mr. S. V. llalcomb hai bought a find it the beat cough medicine for It wu delivered children because Kurd touring car. it is pleasant to take. last week. They do not object to taking It." Miss Margarite Woolfork. of Lex-In- g, writes Mr. Lafayette Tuck, Homer returned homo Saturday after a City, l'a. Thii remedy contains no two weeks visit to Miss Mymo I.ee opium or other narcotic, ami may be Ilallard. confidently as to an Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams and given to a child aa children will scnd Thanksgiving with adult: Sold Lv all dealer. of Fertility Is a Duty to ity, kingdom of thu Netherlands dates back to 1815, when tho congress of Vienna granted Its national under tho rule of tho House of Orange. At that time tho provinces known aa tho Austrian Netherlands wcro united to Holland, but thero was lltllo sympathy of national Tho The Netherlands. religion or racial Inheritance tho two sections of tho newly-- I formed kingdom. i j II. I. Russell. Wisconsin station. Tho processes of soil formation ore continually lu the making. Weutlicrtng Is slowly but constantly releasing new plant food, while nt the same time tho processes of depletion, erosion, leaching mid wnsto nrc lessening the value of this nssct. To conserve this bank nccount and to transmit It unimpaired to future genduty which the human erations Is race owes to posterity: but. as with nearly all of our natural resources. man has wasted moio than he has used. In earlier years when knowledge did not exist or was Imperfectly appreciated wanton practices led to I THE HUB PUSHIN BROTHERS. DANVILLE KENTUCKY. rapid depletion or exhaustion. Every virgin area that has been opened up for settlement by man has had Its pioneer generation of soil miners, but If future human life Is to receive adequate support from the soil sooner or later the soil tiller must quit robbing the land and feed bis soil as be feeds Ms flocks. November REDUCTION e SALE building during the opening days of the sale and the heavy purchases made is an assurance of the wonderful values that we are distributing into the homes of the people. Cold winter weather is here. Our building is loaded with the seasons newest winter wear for every member of the family at prices that mean an actual saving of from 20 to 40 per cent. Come to this great sale for men's, boys and children's winter suits, overcoats, odd pants, underwear, furnishing goods, hats women's, misses' and children's tailored suits, winter coats, dresses, skirts waists, millinery, trimmed and pattern hats, furs, dry goods, dress goods, blankets, comforts carriage robes, kimonas, bath robes and shoes for every member of the family. Come to "The Hub" during this sale we save you money. NOW GOINQ ON. vast crowds that thronged our The last decade or two has brought the American farmer to a more complete realization than be has ever known of tho duty that lies him. The lessons that China and Japan learned a thousand years ago or more made their way slowly toward the occidental world. Even tho teachings of old Epgland and the plains of continental Europo fell heedless on American ears. To our fathers tho so called Inexhaustible fertility of tho magnificent Mississippi rnllcy could never be used up. but the declining crop yield of a section, whether It Is wheat, corn or cotton, spells lessening profit and Impairment of capital. Science has now shown In no unmistakable terms that as the chain Is no stronger than Its weakest link so tho soil Is no richer than the content of Its most lndtspcnsahlo elements. Whether depleted of Its potash or phosphorus by ago long leaching or more rapid robbery by careless crop production matters little. Tho effect Is the same. o Feedlnn Coop For Broilers. This drawing shows the plan of my coop (or raising Leghorn, Hhodo Island Red and guinea squabs. I Qnd this a paying way to get rid of many male chicks when about threo mouths old. Tho lunch parlors on the automobile routes aro my best customers. The coop Is made of redwood tloorlug except tho feed drawer, which Is made of a store box. It Is four feet long, two the primary grades fi cts. "ThanKful?" sighs tho harassed house mother. "Oh, ves, I suppostt 1 am! Hut it does seen harder to feel properly grateful with turkeys soaring quite out of sight and the usual things that go with them almost beyond one's reach," Suppose you Btop to think you with so great a cause for heartfelt praise what some other women feel thankful for, women wiio wrote things like this from across the seas: One in Germany whose husband wos carried home to her with one leg amputated above the knee writes, "But we'll do the best we can to find for him some new way to make an honest living, and, oh. dear heart, how thankful am I that he is so maimed, for now I may keep him with met" Another one, in France, whose daughter, but lately married, lost her reason when suddenly confronted with her young husband's name among the killed, says, "Heart lacerating as it is to hear her foolishly contented prattle about Didier, whom she constantly prepares to welcome home tomorrow, I thank the good God from the bottom ot my soul for the mild insanity which keeps her from realizing that Didier is dead and both her brothers missing and that I, her mother, am the most bereaved and desolate of women." A third wrote from her home in Folkestone, England: "And little did we think we should ever get reconciled to our dear mother's death so soon after Aunt Lucy's! How true that God knows best, for from the deepest corner of my heart I feel grateful to the Lord for taking mother and" Aunt Lucy home before the soul revolting war brought all this misery to us." Then come, thou desponding American soul! Instead of turkey serve chicken, or pork or even sausage. Look around your table aCyour well fed, warm and well covered brood, across at your kind, sound and all. there good man and most devoutly thank the good God for this blessed America of ours! About thirtv braved a snow storm last Friday and attended the meeting, showing the interest taken in our Art study. Daniel Chester French his life and work, was the subject discussed. Mis. John E. Stormes leads the meeting tomorrow, her subject being "Our Heroes in Bronze and Stone." Plans for the launching in Lexington of an art association, whose purpose will be the establishment of a creditable art museum in that city were completed at a public meeting on Tuesday evening last at the Public Library. The preliminary arrangements have been under consideration for some time by the art department of the Woman's Club of Central Kentucky. Mrs. Al fred Zembrod the chairman. The committee in its preliminary work has found that there is both a general need in Lexington for an art museum, and a great number of works of art of ccnsiderable value which are available for a public gallery as soon as the owners of them can be assured that a safe and proper place can be provided, easily reached by the public. There is held to be a similiar need in Lexington for some public organization to gather into one museum the great number of articles of historical interest now more or less safely kept hidden away in private homes. The new association will be formed for the purpose of providing Lexington with an art gallery and museum for both use. Ihe meeting was addressed by Mrs. Zeinbtod, Judge Charles Kerr, Dr. Smith and Mr llrower on the art treasures of Lexington and the need and feasible means to provide a creditable art museum. Plan of Work for Clubs of Fourth District tor 1915-1916. GARAGE When in Danville Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Complete Accessories. line of Tires. Good Everything in Automobile Prestollte Service. MITCHELL & SHACKELFORD. Second Street. Phone 124. Danville, Ky. DOES THIS FIT YOUR HORSE or unthrifty. pasimn.hr or ofTen-il- r araelllcg itooli.inliect with tin dljeated whole gralna, e.l deeayed wood, earth or aollrd bedding? llaa he a eaprlcloni appetite, do, he pat. thick and cloudy urine r II to he haa catarrh ol tha loHtl canaed by eipoiure to ralnv weather, or Irregular or over feeding. Olie him Is ha alugglsh? Does he look rough CAL-SIN- O Horse Restorative a real medicinal pondtr made to curelhaae dlsordera, and to build up run down aratema. II regulatet nutrition, and la a general health and atreugth promoter. A tmall quantity given with the food looaeua and expella doge" catarrhal and atagnaut uaate u ter from the bowrla and K.NOCKo Out WORMS. Try It olcc you'll uae it always. Come. In 5oc cam; 12 pound pall. 2 00. O COLIC CURE glvea quick relief without .topping the bowela like moat othera do. 8li dose bottle 25c ; S doae bottle 11.00. O DISTKMI'KH, COUtill AND 1IEAYK KKMKPV la made of the aneat druga aud will positively cure dlstcmier aud beates. Large i feet wldu and three inches deep. The drawer Is covered with coarxu wire netting. 1 put feed In the drawer once or twice u week and glvo a mash of corn or oatmeal aud milk curd every other day. Tho chicks havo plenty of water. Tho tioor Is covered with road t dust, from which tho chicks get grit. ' The top of tbo coop Is solid, but there aro two screens Utted lu uudcrucath, so that tho cover may bo raised on pleasant days. Mrs. D. It. Buffham tn Nebraska Farm Journal. -' , I I : Christmas J Opening, Friday, Nov 26. : 2 Bring the Children to visit TOYLAND on our Large Third Floor. Cutting Hay. Cut bay In tho morning after the dew Is off and rako Into windrows as soon as the leaves aro thoroughly wilted. Legumes (clover, alfalfa, etc.) especially loso their leaves readily and should be cured in windrows and cocks and not In swath. Two to three days lu cocks should cure clover bay enough for the mow, Ilo sura all outside moisture (rain and dew) is off, and little danger will bo experienced In mow burning, provided tho crop was cut at tbo propor stage. You can't afford to lose tho leaves by swath curing. They represent a largo per cent of tbo nutritive value of tho bay. It grains are cut for hay, cut In late mltk or early dough stage. Allow to wilt and euro some In windrow, then put into cocks of good size, well built and solid. The same method will apply to grasses except that they are ofteu put In tho haymow from the windrow. J. E. Larson of Oregon We, the Federated Clubs of the Fourth District, endorse, and as far as (lossible, support the plan of work as adopted by the State Federation at Lexington, but in order that our efforts may be concentrated along definite lines, your Committee on plan of work recommends tho following. 1. Whereas, The Civics Committee of the Federation favors the organization of Community Clubs in rural neighboi-hood- s and small towns; be it Hesolved, That we endeavor to organize such clubs in those centers, and thut, not only shall these clubs be for self culture, but that some feature shall be introduced for the common good, such as sanitation, clean streets, und education. II. Whereas, The moving picture shows are becoming more and more a menace to tho morxlity of our young people; be it Hesolved, That each club make some effort to secure educational and uplifting dims, and that the piess be used to advertise such films. III. Whereas, Education is of basic importance in comprehending and treating all problems, whether social political or industrial; be It. Resolved 1. That we give our support to the public schools of our towns and see to it that our girls and boys are required to take a High school education. 2. That we encourage Home Economics, Arts and Crafts, and the study of Music and Art, all of which not only lift the Ideals and alms to a higher plain, but make the trained scholar a more efficient and helpful citizen. 3. That the eradication of adult illiteracy be encouraged by the support of the Illiteracy Commission, as it may suggest bottle (lioi.'c. C.C.&J. E. STORMES, Druggist LANCASTER, KV. a, J L.&N Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. ARRIVE. No 10; 6:00:a. m. To Maysvllle, connecting at Richmond with Li & N to Frankfort & Louisville; at Winchester with C & O to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Kowland, L & N to all points South No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington & Cincinnati, Middiesboro & Knoxvllle, No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast plans for securing this result. 4. That each club make some contribution to the Ellen Wilson Memorial Fund, and in to doing make our proportion of said fund worthy of Kentucklans, Whereas, The needs of the delinquent girl in Kentucky are so great, be it. in every Hesolved. That the Clubs of this District way possible with the State Federation and with tho Committee in charge of this work, that better conditions be created for her protection, and better opportunities be afforded for her taking her rightful place In life. Be It further resolved, That a copy of these resolutions be sent to the President of each Club in the District with the request that they be read at some early meeting of the Club. train to Cincinnati. No 27; p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Ellzabethtown & Rowling 20 Green, and at Bardstnwn Junction to Uarditown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with train to Bristol & Atlanta. fast Page 4 TheCentral Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a The Central Record, Thursday Nov 25, 1915. year. 4 r R.L E. ROBINSON. Editor. KLKIN. Locnl Editor anil Mgr. J. Knitted l Itie i eniru li nm 111 Mull Msttet Uuctrr. K Member Kentucky Press Association lid Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., NoTember. 25. 1915 J. E. Dickerson Our aim each season is to place before you the 'mm-' Rates For Political Announcements For Treclnct and Citv Olliies . . . 5.00 P0r County Offices V - CaA and District Offices.... 15.00 ri'i - , w i For Calls, per line For Cards, per line For all publications in the Interest of Individuals or expres-.In- n nf Individual views, per I"-0. FINEST WEARING APPAREL It is a pleasure to tell you today of line... ! npr line "J We are authoring to announce Miss Jennie Mucins a candidate for ixwniy of Garrard School Superintendent County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary Aiigiw Stanley will be Inaugurated governor of this commonwealth on ueccmDer (in for a term of four years, and to that high offlco ho will bring his great abilitv. years of training and an unswerving determination to do his full duty. That Stanley was elected is due to the fidelity and devotion ot nis menus, who never faltered for a moment and who never doubted for an instant the justice of their cause, and who were ready at every call of their leader to assault the janizaries ot special priviloblege or the citadels of detigning byists, says the Owensboro Enquirer. That such a crusade should engender opposition Is not strange. To have won such a fight is glorious. That there should be wailing and gnashing of teeth is certain quarters is but natural. The closeness of the result and the efforts made In McCreary county and elsewhere to change the result served to disclose the extent of the treachery and the conspirators. The frequent visits made to Kepublican headquarters, by men calling themselves Democrats and who have heretofore been honored by this party, emphasize the extent of the opposition and their desperate eagerness to defeat Mr. Stanley, although his defeat meant Democratic disaster and the defeat of Democratic principles. Stanley knows the names of these men, calling themselves leaders, who have sought to ambush him and asHe knows the sassinate his party. He purposes that animated them. knows them to be political pirates that a corporation or loot would "sand-ba- g a campaign fund." lie knows that their abiding place Is the "shack that graft built", and that they ure bound together by the binding tie of our Wonderful Low Prices on til Tailored Suits and Coats, r r, ALSO MISSES AND CHILDRENS' WEAR. i The model illustrated nbovS it at shown in the October itaue of The Woman's Magazine. In our windows are models of 717 same STYLE-CRAFT Garments, which are true to the reputation sir. ing perfect expression of the new and approved modes. Call today if you please, and see our display of STYLE-CRAF- T models. STYLE-CRAF- You cannot afford to let this opportunity go by. Don't decide your purchases until you have visited our store. The moM Uluttrmtrd iiKove I C2 MmsaviHmvnir. (he Octal Uiu$ of The Tier Tho utitfacu n which come wit! knowing you ara perfectly election tUucTcl it aawuretliTVoui Eof STYLE-CRAF- T Mn. l or ouil. ailored !I A c-wide tange of STYLH- - I -r j.i. is iunrig .1 l moac mawii in cut Ckm tnd suit department. TMep in . j, D. lot alsr tod. gain. To have won, over the reunitjd Republican party would have been a great victory, and td have won over it when aided and abetted by these distressed and discredited elements, driven from the Democratic party, is inspiring. Such a victory comes as a deliverance to the people. The system called "invisible government" has been beaten. The ruler of the state for the next four years, at least, will be a man authorized by the laws of the state and votes of the people to rule it. No party boss or paid lobbyist will direct Stanley's announces J. E. DICKERSON J. E. DICKERSON LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. CIRCTIT COURT CONVENES Puryear On J. E. DICKERSON 0 Same vs. T, Grimes for shooting on public highway, was given ten days in feSsHsHtsHHHLIHHH WILSON'S TURKEY BETTIS. Friends and relatives were very much grieved to learn of the sudden death of Mr. Robert Ilettis, which occurtxl at his home in Danville last week. He had been, as every one thought, enjoying good health, anil his sudden taking away by heart failure was n severe shock to his near relatives. Mr. But-ti- s was C3 years old and had lived up to 15 years ago In this county. He married Miss Minnie Daley abont 18 years ago, who survives him. together with one brother, Mr. Will Ileitis, of this county. His remain) were Interred In the Lancaster cemetery last Friday. HUBBLE. died at his home near Hubble, Ky., Saturday night after u lingering illness of brights deseaio. Monday morning impressive funeral services were held lit lli Huhl.l. church, of which he was a member. jne services were conducted by Elder F. M. Tinder after whirl, nil thai m.. mortal wus laid to rest. Mr. Hubble Is survived by his vi(e, who before her marriage was Miss Anderson, and one child who have tho sympathy of all In this dark hour. Deceased was a brother of Senator It. L. Hubble, of Stanford. L. F. Hubble, of Somerset and Mrs. M. II, Eubanks, of Danville. Mr. L. G. Hubble Judge Hardin And Attorney administration. The rule of 'the people is to prevail. The government of this state is to bo the government of the constitution. Special privilege and personal politics will not control. The peanut politician will be without an occupation. Unnecessary offices, if anv, will be abolished Economy In public service will be maintained. The eleemosynary Institutions are safe. The progressive legislation enacted by a democratic legislature will be Democratic in spirit, fair in Its operation and just in its purpose. The past Is secure, the future is resplendent with better things. All hail, Governer Stanley, a leader, with a nerve that never relaxes, the eye that never blanches, Bnd the thought of bis fellow man that never wanders. that there will be no contest, since the Legislature is Democratic which isn't complimentary to Mr. Mor row and much less to the Democratic legislature. Some not so wise would have rushed headlong against the small odds and let loose a loud howl about robbery, thievery and usurpation, but not so with Mr. Morrow, the result he has accepted as a While he has good Kentuckian should. lost the race for governor, It goes with out saying he has won the leadership of his party in Kentucky. That of it self Is a victory he should ba proud of. He has proved himself a foeinan worthy of the steel, ambitious, talented and gifted with a power of magnetism that is difficult to eliminate. Evidences of the rankest treachery to the Democratic party during the last cflmnaJpn are fiillni' mnnntnln kmh . . . .. aavs iirm n nauenuacner in Louisville "in o. if.i. i Times, and from what Is common gos-si- p In political circles jome people will And it a hard matter to even "alight" In Frankfort, to say nothing of staying there for the next four years. It de velops that every tortuous move in the game of "double cross" was shadowed and reported revealing the plan to scuttle the Democratic ship, it is said. Speaking of this a Democratic leader of the facts said: "Treachery to the Democratic ticket during the campaign just closed reachud the point of a line art and not all the 'optomistic prophets' that predicted forty thousand majority for Stanley supported and voted for him. Their pretentions were Intended to disarm Democrats while they persistently plotted to ruin the party and deliver the State over to the Republicans. The most amazing part about the whole thing Is that they are now busily at work In the hope of being able to 'muddy the water' at Frankfort. who claims to be in possession The statement Issued by Edwin P Morrow, In which he concedes hit defeat In the race for office of governor, proves to the world the man that he Is. There may ba those who say that he Is making a virtue of necessity, when he Bird Which Is To Cjace Pre d Same vs. Aubry Bourne for assaulting Frank Bourne, defendant not guilty. Hand And Docket Being Rapidly sident's Table On Thanksgiving, Same vs. Wade Kavanaugli. selling Killed In Kentucky. Cleared. whiskey unlawfully, not guilty. d Sane vs. John Faulkner, flourishing! The regular term of the November deadly weapon, drew a fine of $50, if A mammoth turkey gobbler, which Circuit Court convened promptly at not paid, to be worked outat bard labor Hon. South Trimble. Clerk of tin 10:30 o'clock last Monday morning on Court will adjourn today (Wednesday) ; National House of Representative at the third lloor of the Ilex UheaterTjuild-Ing- , until Friday morning at 10 o'clock. Washington, will present to President house not yet completed. the court Wilson for his Thanksgiving dinner, formality bf opening the The usual and which was raised on the farm of KENTUCKY PRESS. court was done by tlje new sheriff, Mr. Mr. Trimble in Franklin county, was ! Tom Iiallard, who' is as polite as a Woodson May, of the Jonrnal, was in killed and prepared for shipment at the basket of chips and does his work in a Lexington Tuesday, attending a meet- plant of the Fayette Produce Company manner that is a credit to him and a ing of the program committee of the in Lexington. The bird weighed 35 pleasure to the court. Commonwealth Kentucky Press Association to arrange ' pounds dressed and was placed in the Attorney Puryear and County Attorney for the meeting in Lexing- refrigerator at the plant ready to be Walker ate right on to their job and ton Dec. 27 and 28. It. L. Elkin. of the shipped Monday to Mr. Trimble, who put to Lancaster Record, and Frank Thomas, sent it to the White House. are seeing that the screws are Mr HAMLETT HAS LOST all violators of the law. Judge Hardin of Georgetown News, are tho other Trimble is also remembering a number Judge James P. Lewis In The Race instruction to the g'and-jur- y To were very members of the committee.-Somer- set of other friends at tho National Capital Impressive and were listened to with News. with turkeys. For Secretary of State. the keenest of interest by the large On the face of the returns received crowd present. NARROW ESCAPE. The following have been chosen as at the Secretary otState'aoillce, Judge James I'. Lewis, the Republican can- jurymen to serve during the present Henry Trumbo, aged ten years and a sen of Mr. Allen Trumbo who lives on didate for Secretary of State has an term. Grand Juky. apparent majority over Hon. Ilarktdale Danville street, was accidentally shot Hamlett, the Democratic candidate, of Webb Kelly. G. B. Huffman, through tho arm last Saturday, while 412, but the vote ot several counties is J. M. Edwards, hunting on the farm of Mr. J. W. El Green Bowling, being contested, suits have been filed II, U. Cox. more near town. Forest Curtis, to prevent the counting ot aome portion Luther Itaney. In attempting to draw the gun thru John Naylor. of the vote returned, and it will not be Walter Humphries, M. K. Hon. the fence It was discharged, striking known certainly who is successful in Uascom Brown, W. H. Hughes, the arm near the wrist and coming out uuimmug uiu guice unui wivse suns are at the iilbow. But fcr the promptness Petit Jury. disposed of. and presence of mind of master Ncal Hiram Uay, Theo Curry, Elmoro who was with him at the A. D. Leavell, W. M. Lackey, BRYAN'S ARGUMENT FOR time and who as a boy scout was trainBooth Sutton, i Tandy Centers, ed in the "first aid to the injured," the Phil Brown, l G. Hurt. wound might have proved fatal thru WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE. Victor Sanders, T. S. Hendren- - PASSES EXAMINATION excessive bleeding. The arm was Harrison Dean. They Run the Churches and Keep Out of S. II. Estes. WITH HIGH AVERAGE. promptly tied with a handkerchief by Georgo Miller, Jesse Uulley, young Elmore and a physician summonthe Penitentiaries. J. L. Yantis, W. S. Ernbry. Mr, Joe Uurnslde who was elected ed. It was found that the injury Is A. D. Hughes, Circuit Clerk at the recent election has O. L. Hammack, Here Is a strong argument used by Is doing W. U. Mo.s. passed a creditable examination before not serious and tho young man Alex Walker, Hon. W J. Hryan In his speeches In James Sanders, Judge Samprnr, of tho Knox Circuit nicely. ., J, L. Dunn, favor of Woman's Suffrage In New W, M. Mahan. Court at DarlKHirsvllle last Wednesday York during the campaign just closed: Jotl Marsee, School Law. Commonwealth against JohnFrancIf, Mr. Burnside received a high average "Thu majority of Immates of the penitentiary are men; the majority of colored, for malicious cutting, was giv- of 95 on this rigid examination, which the members of churches are women. en a jail sentence of one year and u shows conclusively that Joe is prepared coart-crtwo YUittuuuc.'ie. If the women have tense enough to fine of $50, ismo to be worked out at to fill with credit the office to which he Ivm Jan S. H.IMM f u bft la 4 sW sssssssssssT IUUIM. bat been elected. Tho law requires liWtrli AerMaWUevurtttAiliUrts hard labor If not paid. keep out of the penitentiary and sens SU hI0 llnrMil. Tsltkun Mltr Lr&lla ft f Hkl.tttIO(u.i Same against Ernest Gosney, for ex- that this (lamination be taken by enough to run the churches, they surely tisSMOi lltlt Uuotoua tufeiss of cessive speed of motorcycle, the jury circuit clerk In the state and In the ought to have sense enough to wield the ELLIOTT fCWiEBAKEE, Sec1 UwtiS, Ky. baliott." presence of the presiding judge. found In favor of defendent. jail. with Mrs. Ballou. She was n faithful member of the Baptist church. Sho was not only faithful to her church, but iust as faithful in believim- - it whs her duty to do the will of her Master at all times. At the laM while surrounded by her children truly could she say; "O' death, where I thv ating; O grave, where is thy victory!" JONES. When it was announced early Tuesday morning that Mr. Jim Jones was dead, surprise was expressed and a ills-tinshock felt by his friends, as ho had been at his place of business Monday and had mingled some with the crowd court duy. thu t was plainly seen lie was not welt. Mr, Jone died day. at four o'clock Tuesday morning from heart failure, ami will bo buried Thurs- James Alexander Jones wasslxty-onyears old and was ulwuvs known as an upright honest citizen. Nov. 2tHh, IK?.', Mr. Jones was married to Miss Mary F. Prultt undtothem were born seven children, who are; Mesdarnes W. B. Bradshaw and W. C. McElhanron, Messrs. J. T., Dave, William and Misses Ethel and Llllie Jones. Mr. Jones was a devoted member of tho Baptist church and the" funeral services will be conducted by Rev, A. J. Clew lie was also a liiein-ba- r of both the Odd Fellow and Masonic Lodges, He was a kind, loving husband and an Indulgent father and he will be greatly missed In every walk of life. GAINES. Mrs. Martha Francis Gaines, aired 78 years old, passed away at the homo of her daughter, Mrs. Nellie Ballou In Stanford Sunday morning about four o'clock, after a longhty illness. The deceased is survived by her daughter, Mrs. llaiiou, and three aons, Messrs. It. E. Gaines and W. It Gaines, of Lincoln county, and E. C. Gilnes, of this city. funeral services were conducted In Stanford Monday morning at nine o'clock at the home of Mrs. Ballou, by ur. ft., u. early, paster of the Baptist church, The interment took place in JUST THINK TROVER. A Kansas woman, writing In the Wichita Eagle, lets loose this chunk of wisdom; "If women had as much pa- nice with their husbands as they have With a IlleCti of fanrv work, it uould make n lot of dilference In tho home aiiiiuspnere sometimes. Jefferson but that indigestion and the distressed feeling which always goes with it coa be promptly relieved by taking a There Is' No Question the uanvilla cemetery. Mrs. Gaines was well known here in Lancaster having made her home here before and alter each me&l. 3Co abox. R. E. McRobsrts fit i . Mi The Central Record, Thursday Nov 25, 1915 Page 5 Suits Reduced THANKSGIVING SPECIAL Any Suit in our stock can be bought at greatly reduced prices. For the next three weeks we will have on display all the new effects In Fox, Mink, Skunk, Coney and many other Furs to numerous too mention at prices astonishingly low. THE JOSEPH Mouse Of Quulity. jirumi MERCANTILE Special $2.48, Lex- J COMPANY. Exclusive Ladies Outfitters. Bath Robe Blankets I while they last. ASLEEP IN JESUS. The death angel visited the homi- - Quick Meal Mailable Range Gossip About j JPcople At $55.00 Dollars Warranted as good as the best. Lined. Rust-Proo- A Brltf IMtnUon of the Coming and f. Enameled Mrs. Mattie Duncan wai a recent visitor in Danville. Miss Mattie Wyle of I'aint Lick is the guest of Mrs. U. F. Brown. The ChautauquaTJircle met with Mrs J. Kockwell Smith on Tuesday oftcr-nooMiss Sue Doner of Louisville is here for a visit to her sister Miss Emma ttoner. Jno. Deere Wagons, best Ironed and Superior tinish, $70. A full line of Heating and Cook Stoves. in the house at cost. Any Buggy .Mrs. W. A. Arnold is in J J. R. Mount. Son Buy a 1916 & Co. Winchester j for a visit to her sister, Mrs. Henry II. Hall. Miss Alia Hammond of upper Gar a.,, nuo tiiv nrtft-tllMary Ilrown. Kucal u .11. SB STUDEBAKER 4 Cylendar $885.00 TOURING CAR 6 Cylendar $1050.00 Mrs. W. O. Goodlou and Miss Jennie Lackey were recer.t visitors in Danville and Stanford. Miss Belle Denny has returned to her home in Stanford ufter a visit to Gar- We Stanford Motor Car Co. J. W. IE ACEY, Manager. C rard relatives. Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons of Kichmond is here for a visit with her sister, Mrs. J. S. Johnson, Sr. Russell Ilrown was in Corbln for the Baptist Convention which recently convened in that progressive city. homo after an enjoyabla visit with her cousin Mrs. James Caperton of Richmond. Mrs. D. M. Lackey is D EE at ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at for a nice Lunch, also Everything In Soft Drinks EE3Q C Draw A Check fur tliu money you ove and note how much more respectfully your creditors you They like to do business with a innn who has nn account nt the Garrard Bank & nl Trust Go. They know he Is doing business In n business llkn way. Better open audi an account even If your nlTnlra lire not large. Thev will crow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company have returned from a bridal trip in a number of States. Miss Martha Tinder of Hamilton Col Mrs. W. S. I tour no and daughter, lege Lexington, is here for Thanksgiv Miss Ella Mae, have been in Danville ing with her parents. Elder and Mrs F. visiting Mr. and Mrs. John Underwood. M. Tinder. Mrs. Charles Kenner nnd interesting Mrs. A. M. Kamey tins returned to her horn- in Eminence after a visit of children of Somerset arc the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. Zimmer at the hotel ... . Hf .1.. I... Kengarlan, Walker. Mr. Charles Rule and two of his Capt. George Face of Hampton Va. and Mr. Huston Face of Norfolk, Va., friends of Danville, motored over to were guests for several days of Sir. Lancaster Sunday to see Miss Lillie Man Sutton and visitors. and Mrs. F. I. Frisbie. Dr. and Mrs. Wm. Ilurnette and Mrs. J. S. Johnton und sister Mrs. ot Kichmond will go daughter, Cassie May have returned to Elizabeth Simmons a Mr. to Stanford on Thanksgiving to be with Shelbyville after brief visit to nnd Mrs. Thomas Arnold. their niece, Mrs. It. M. Newland. Dr. Frank Walker has tcturned to Mr. Walter Gibson, of Artemus. Kv. his home in Louisville, having been has been the attractive guest of bis called here by the critical illness of his cousin, Miss Nettie Farmer, left Sun day for h visit to friends in Jellico father, Mr. J. Wade Walker. Miss Mary Clay Williams, of Tulsa, before returning home. Okla., and a student at Hamilton ColMr. und Mrs. It. H. Wure o' lege will be here to enjoy the ThanksAla., are being showered giving holidays with her muny friend. with many congratulations since the Mirses Eliza Clay Mason and Martini arrival of a line son in their home on Normal Nov. 18th. The mother will be remem- Crawford of the Richmond bered as Miss Hullio Myers ltice here school will be guests tor the Thanksgiving season of Miss Patsy Anderson. at her girlhood borne. t- Mrs. Lizzie Denny has returned from Harrodsburg after a visit to her sister Mm. James II. l'axton was the honoi Mrs. Margaret I'earaon nnd sons. guest on Tuesday nt a 12 o'clock course Mr. H. Clay Arnold and bride, nee dinner at the home of Mrs. J. C. Robin son. Mrs. Sarah York, Mrs. Anna Ilailey has been at the bedside of her mother, Mrs. Under HAS NEW LEASE ON wood, who is reporteJ quite nick at her Mrs. It. J. Sellman of Nicholasvilleis home ' near Hubble. LIFE DOYLE SAYS Miss Minnie Brown. the gcest of Messrs, Harry Kaney and Robinson Declares Tanlac Relieved lira of hi'gis-lio- n Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Withers will CnnV nt Ilia Mlllxrihnr, Mllil... rn spend Thanksgiving in Lexington. lege will be nt home Saturday to enjoy and Sluggishness. Miss Mamie Dickerson of Kichmond a short vacation with their parents. -, Ky., Nov. Louisvlll23rd. M. J. was tin! guest this week of Miss Eunice Mrs. Rozella Dunn and daughter, Misses Mittie and Mary Lee Dunn will Doyle, of 1127 West Jefferson street, i'rather. be with Mrs. I. S. Dunn and in this cit), says Tanlac taught him to The Misses West are at home from n relish his food after he supposfd he Robinson of Lexington for theThanksgivingseason. had lost his appetite visit to their sister, Mrs. permanently. Mr. Danville. Mr. Ed. Perkins has been in Stan- Doyle is a route man for the Adams Lee Express Cjmp.iny. Miss Katie Simpson left Tuesday for ford to see bis brother, Mr. "My dignstioii was all out of shape" a visit to Mr. and Mrs. II. E. Thomas, Perkins who is now showing improve-- 1 ment since his recent painful accident. he said recently. "It got to be so bad at Horse Cave. that I ate almost nothing, and didn't Miss Helen Young, of Maysville now Mrs. Mattie Compton of Kansas City enjoy what I did eat. After a meal I is here for a visit to her mother, Mrs. a student at the Normal school at felt worsj than I had before. Warm Richmond will spend the Thanksgiving Isaac Hamilton. weather mad me feel listless and no holidays with her grand-parentMr. Miss Leila Ueatty will enjoy the account, but in cold weather, nnd esand Mrs. Wm. G. Anderson. Thanksgiving holidays in Kichmond pecially in damp weather, I was subwith her parents. Mr. Richard Denny, who has been ject to bad colds. "I dragg-- d along with my work in Whitley of living ir. the West for some time and is Misses Mitchell and d way. My nerves were Eldorado, HI., are the attractive guests now making a visit to Kentucky rela- n tives, will be with Mr. and Mrs. S. C. in bad shape. I didn't sleep well. of Mrs. Wm. Denny. Denny for a visit this week. "In the course of my business it was Reverend A. J. Clere is in Crab Orsuggested to me several times that I Mr. Wm. G. Anderson who celebrat- try he is engaged in an inchard where Tanlac. and I decided to do it. The ed his 8Sth birthday at his noma near teresting series of meetings. first bottle did me a world of good, and Lancaster is being congratulated upon now 1 feel as though I had a new lease Mr. J. G. How of the Glendale Kentucky Home was the recent guest the event and the vitality he still pos- on life. I am glad to tell others how sesses for his advanced age. much good this remarkable medicine of Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Cochran. Reverend Jesse Rogers, of Louisville, has done me, in the hope that others Miss Annie Powell will be with Miss may derive as much benefit from it as Annie Ilelle Italian! at an Inviting' preached nt the Baptist church at Buckeye Sunday. A call has been ex- 1 have.' course dinner to day (Thursday) Tanlac, the peerless preparation, tended to Mr. Rogers to preach for Miss Marie Ballard, a recent graduate this congregation and he will probably can now be obtained in Lancaster at R. E. McRoberts drug store and nt of the Lancaster High school, left Mon- accept. Ilryantsville at Becker. Ballard and day to enter Normal school, Richmond. Mrs. H. Clay Hamilton presided at a Scott's. Mrs. Mamie Farra Thompson of Lex- well appointed course dinner on Mon ington will be with Mesdames Fannie day evening, the guests being Mrs, Give your cows Cremo Dairy Feed. Farra and S. C. Denny for Thanksgiv- Isaac Hamilton, Mrs. .Mattie Compton, Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. of Kansas City and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. ing. Miss Eunice I'rather was with ington friends for Thanksgiving. of Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Creech on Nov. 15th and took little Stanley D. He was 3J years of age, an unusu.illv bright babe, and loved by all who knew him. He is survived bv n father, mother, one sister and five brothers. The remains were laid to rest on Wednesday, at Manse cemetery. One sad week has passed away, Since that sad and lonely day, When one we loved and dearly praised, Lajtcold in death before our eyes. Gone to a happier land above Where the angels are waiting to welcome him there And bathe him In Heavenly love. Parents and physicians did all they could do To restore him to health again. But God in his wisdom tenderly drew From the bed of suffering and pain The child for whom they had done so much To brighten the path he trod Has gome to Jesus who sweetly says. Such is the kingdom of God, We should not weep for him any more But trust we ure near him still For be is safe on the other shore, as suited God's good will. Let us pray that his little band. Be extended to help us along, And draw us to that happy land Where sorrows change into song. Grani-mothe- r t. YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. I I S Jr. J 11,11 VMnMH. Several nice meat hogs for sale. W. B. Mason, Hamilton. Mr. Thomas Kendrick Watson and AUTOMOBILE ACCIDENT. Salt for sale. S. N. Davis. bride, nee Miss Nettie Walker Burn side, who were married in Louisville by iiev. uiuues Conner urown, have re turned to Lancaster and are being con gratulated by their many friends. J, J. Tuggle a former Garrard young mi.n was united in marriage on the lGth to Miss Helen Nelson of New York City. Mr. Tu.'jgle has been in the real estate business in the metrono'is for several years nnd is making good. Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Joseph, Mr. Adolph Joseph, and Miss Emma Boner will be honor Miss Anna K. Jenkins, who resides with her brothers, D. V. and William Jenkins, near town on tht Danvillo pike, while returning in their machine from Mrs. W. II. Hoover's Wednesday afternoon, had the misfortune to break the steering wheel and losing control ran into a telephone p03t. The machine nnd the was completely demolished voung lady was badly cut on the forehead necessitating the takingof several Work called for and delivered. Colsou Bros, Successors to A. D. Kirk Phone 70. 2mo. WANTED;-T- o rent some tobacco and Good refercorn land for year 1U10. ence. Experienced tobacco man. Eli Cox. ltpd. stitches. Jessamine Journal. Will take orders for "Potato Chipi" eta. lb. for Boston Brown Bread 10 Mrs. W. S. Walker, cts. loaf. Lexington St. Phone 1SS 20 guests ut an elaborate course dinner uc the home of Mr. and Mrs. George ilrown (Thursday) at their home at Preachersville. Reverend and Mrs. Omar Foster of Atlanta are the recipientsof congratultt' tions since a dainty little daughter lias urrived in their home. The mother was Miss Pauline I locker, of Stanford a frequent visitor here of her grand father, Mr. Alex Denny. Mr. Owen Rigney has just returned from Louisville where lie attended the reunion of the "Ancient and Accepted Scottich Rite of Freemasonry". He also attended the banquet given in their honor at the Louisville hotel, where a menu fit for the gods was served, and where speeches and toasts added to their enjoyment. y I I 'K Just now we have a nice k assbrtment of NO ALUM Baking Powder AbsolutelyPure Cremo Dairy Feed is composed of seven different grains. Costs little, makes your cows give more milk. For sale by Hudson, Hughes & Far nan.- - SUIT HATS and can get you 'suited in a DRESS HAT. Give us a call. We need vour business. we want your business. TV Rom IN Thackeray's Secret. Trackoray dolled all rules. His wonderful oyu saw everything and everybody. He lived and enjoyed life with an absolutely unimpaired and chlldliko zest, and bla brave, simple, tender spirit endured to the end. Where other men are connoisseurs ot tine flavors and delicate nuances Thackeray was a connoisseur ot tbe broadest and biggest things of life Its pathos. Its absurdity, Its courago. Its loyalty. i it ft Rella Arnold Francis. We will sell any fancyjgoods on commls- CahiI Uktiu tV. $'cl,i I aiuiii IMCIll 111. ... Im yjf Avoid All Substitutes irill relieve your indigestion. Many people in this town bivo used them nnd we liaro yet to bear ot a com where tbey have failed. We know the formula, Bold only by us 25o a box. K. E. McRobsrU $gs2k sfj Dr cleaning and pressing. All work guaranteed. CoNon Bros. Successors AND IS KILLED. to A. D. Kirk. 2mo. Gallatin, Tenn., Novembea IS. Sam For Sale Or Kent. M. Anderson, one of Summer county's Hous9 and lot on Lexington Strett. und most highly esteemed Mrs. Susan Fteher. citizens, met with u fatal accident on Wednesday ut his home near Gallatin, For Rent. Mr. Anon the Hartsville turnpike. I desire to rent the old brick residence derson was in Ids yard when he saw a hawk. He ran into the house to get now occupied by W. C. Davis, for the Fisher Herring. bis shotgun, and returning be slipped year 1910. and fell to the Moor. In the fall the All persons having claims against weapon was discharged, the shot strik- Clayton Anderson, deceased, should ing him in the abdomen teuringularge present same to J. M. Duncan cr Capt. bole, killing him Instantly. Judge Wii Herndon, properly verified, of Mi, Ander- tf. liam Hall brother-in-laJ. M. Duncan, Admr. son, and his son, James Hall, were In the house ut the tune, and hearing the Livery Business For Sale. report of the gun rushed into the room The livery business of the lute W. and found Mr. Anderson Ivlng on his A Arnold is for sale, as I desire to back with the gun between his legs. close up this business at once. This is life being extinct. The accident has one of the best livery stani's in the community. cast a gloom over the entire city. I also wish to sell or rent my The deceased was in the home on Haselden Heights. Possession year of his ago and a member of the given at once. Church of Christ. He is survived by t. Mrs. Lucy Gregory Arnold. his wife, who before her marriage, was Miss Susie Mentlo ot this county, and HOG KILLING TIME. one daughter, Mrs. Hardin Guthrie of Funeral services will be Nashville. Am prepared to k'M your hogs. Also conducted this nfternoon at the family render lard and make sausage. Every-thiresidence by the Rev, Olmitead, and sanitary. Delivery prompt. the interment will follow ut Gallatin Give me trial. Hogs killed 50cts. cemetery. Jim Wood Bourne. per The accident also cast a gloom aver lM8-3t.pPhone 12. Lancaster, as Sam was born and rear ed here, and called this his borne until ADVERTISEMENT he married when he moved to Tenn. AH persons having claims against the He is survived by his parents Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson, who lived estate of W. D. Finch, deceased, are here until u few years ago when they hereby notified to present their clafnir, moved to Lexington where they no.v properly proven as required by law , tn the undersigned, Frank Corbin. 150 reside. He is also survived by live sisters, Kentucky Avenue, Lexington, KenMesdames Mary Bacon, Sarah Msrris, tucky, who lias been appointed AdmiLida Browning and Misses Allle and nistrator of said estate. FRANK CORIIIN. Ileitis Andersod all of whom have the Administrator of Eitate of W. D. sympathy ot their many friends in this Finch, deceased. sad bereavement. best-know- n fifty-third . U-3ng b-- FALLS WITH GUN Pagp 6 BOURDON nOG CHOLERA REMEDY four lttn hoa will nettr hart cholera. Coiti only Jc. a month for each hot. It thli meditin Ioni wail until the tt nek. wormtin ei'inf four boat All DrugtUti. At and diteate. now and keep them frre from It The Central Record, Thursday Nov 25, 1915. CHOLERA, WORMS, COUGH, THUMPS. dtstrori dittntc ttrm, rrfulttf the bowelt, aidt dirtttion quickly, Uie it in the feed and drink and BOURBON Sold m Lancaster, REMEDY CO II FAN Ya PrtrttiH tml Cure, riuifi hot to and luUriloa, Ky, Ky., by J. R. Mount, Son & Co. GET RID OF THE STUMP LOCK VCU HEM.-SOW- , Kaiser Has Capture of India and Egypt In Mind as He Sends Big Forces Through Servia. German ilrlvc southward Is revealing llvclr not n u punitive ctlHtlltloii against Servln nor us ii relief cxpctlltluti for (ho Turkish forces fighting lu hold Oalllpoll against Ilrltlsh nnd colonl.il TCLL YCUR TATHtlT IO THC NIIOMBCW TOGffuU OUT THAT OLD STUM IN THIS FICID ANO Vtt'U. SHOW THEM WHAT Wt CAN ON IT Submarines by Passing Gibral tar Co'operate With Land Forces by Attacking Allied Ship:. t:C .i j mountain pjiiks alternate nun "I I canyons for niiitiy miles southern Hosuluii border. vvbllo far Iher north me low lying. mwiiuipv hinds qtiltc us illtllciilt for military purposes us the mountains The most promistroops, but us mi elTort tu gain by ing field for Invasion Is from tlio north force of arms the advantage Hint roars over the plains of Hungary and on1 of diplomacy mill peace liave failed to across I lie Danube and the Save. It Is evident that (lie Servians, fob tccure. It Is, according to scniloUlcIat ilea that proved s i pronouncement, n stroke for n swiff lowing the ruinie passage of I tic Ilalkau mountain lands suci'Fssful aguliisi the Austrian last your, will make their stand In the In- j that will complete mi unbroken line from the North sea to the .... .. """" llostHirus, that will mlrance ncross raplir Is In their fnvoriiud where with Id of nngllsh otllccrs they hare Asia .Minor to the Persian mil f und the India ami that will envelop the Suez been hard at work for many month" canal. Hgypt. TrljHill und Algeria, the In building defences. hard won north African iiosscsslons of isuigana s snare iu Advance. the allies. Germany was assisted In her luvu If this be tinted! the ultimate pur- slon liv the Itlllgnrl.ni forces working pose of the present movement It Is from two Hiluts-o- ue towanl N'lsli mid Meet Friends I t Sy-- ir magnificent In Its sweep and bold In Hie other along the Vnrdar valley It must be remembered In Fyrla the Cor Its daring, for where she Is expected to hold In check imil. -- u els that Germany cannot count on on)' the forces that the aliie.) lime scut t ntrnlrst the I'm ic'i 1 j Gcr-ma- u -- - 11 posli)lo over n long stretch of the road ! Inlo Ihe Interior of Asia Minor. With BUNCHED PARAGRAPHS this confession tins likewise come the ; possession of the town of Alexandre!ta, on the coast, which the GcrinniH anBtato Hamo Warden t' ic. were nt the outbreak or the war nip- - nounces Hint ono w'M deef ho t i Idly developing Into n port of mushier ihot In Ohio tlirlr tie pa-- .t r.ee. able ImiHirt.iniv. rnd Iwo oi'm r : The Leys tu this line and to Hie lh !i Job a C Cook, millions re locomocountry tlint lies trllmtary to II nre the tive builder, who Wt the irUlril OFFICE western lirmliius nt tmtiirt. otp warks In P'ttrron, N J., ami it"' s.silniij to Constantinople, died from heart disease. CENTRAL KEC0RD IJUILDING. westwanl from Aleiisi That i.iet.er Frelshtrr I. D. Armour of the Offlce Phone 60 mans wish ti fortlf; i'ie r .jwssinii Itetldencq Phone 41 Cornellra line, from Ove and to nn iisitlHi nf II of this mud by win IjANCASTKH, nnffnlo. with coal, ttrtxK on a shosl KY. pres seems one nf tl'e irotlves of tlirlr off Krle, Pa., and sn!. Crew csittpcd. cut inoctnent. After n year's litigation Jitnl e Jiv Again, the coast if As In Minor mil cox. In Ihe New York aupromr 'curt Syria has forjctir Wen n mutter Unit derided that Frederick C. Illcks, bns assumed emit ImiHirtitiHt' In every Is entitled lo tho sent In u,m ,M,itloiileiit of (,9CU(.9l01l lff congress from the First congressional empire. Italy und I'm mc ihe Ottoman 10 n1( nm()) lno .lltll,,,,y dl district. Fuel company has struck three Ohio vldeil this coast, while In the oner thai IS. U. .'or rote, G militate Optician was Imiud new gas wells tn the llellefontslne was made to GrciM' Olnif i rtllnl, Sdlafscllou UumntFF4. field with a total capacity of 25,000,-00eil Ihe scctlou from Smyrna tu the gulf cubic feet dally. of Adalla. The Islands lying off th Two negro bandits shot up MU'liael const are also c.ie ted as solls i f war Ilrothers' cato In Chicago and escaped by the allies In so of their Mim-sThe Important Island of lihrdes Is nl without booty. Krnest J. Shipley, rifleen. was killready ixvitplcd by llaly. as are nl" Fine Cut Flowers. ICos, Stampalla ami srvoral other of ed when he fell down the elealor pit the smaller Hporadcs Sniros. t'lilo In the Y. M. C. A. bulldlrg nt Dayton. Guests cf tho .Map'owood hotel, Hid.sl l:i t:..- and Mytllene have John M. McRoberts. ,.,, , ,. , Wlnsted. Cnnn.; moved out when a skunk took up Ms abode In tho base wuse the nllles" enlUM'. Sr ynm can ! easily re titled by the t!ermtiu from ment. 00 while-fareFour women battled Cnnstmiltmmln. iiihI from itn follue. hornets In tap Colllnwood Iilace they might ! nl. " tu i". nhe e branch library, Cleveland, winning In control over mueli of ihe mit ltli I one hour. The nest was on exhibiIhe north nml soiilli f rtnyrim li . - , car: s. 4 Dr. J. S. GILBERT. i Here-lan- i lii.-r- s Honakers H. .. ... J. PATRICK, tion. Dntlt. ; - is JJ IIILE Constantinople the tho immediate aim of SCHOOLS ARE THE KEYS. FIno farms, good roads, comfortable homes, and blooded stock In a' community are things to have, but they da not necessarily develop good schools for tho children of all the people. That this is true can be seen by a day's drive through many of the richest and most prosperous counties In old Kentucky. Hut good schools, sendlnguut Into the community year after year a steady stream of educated citizens. means that they will produce good roads, fine farms, blooded stock, real homes, and every good thing In life. Farm lands without trained brains lose their fertility. Good roads without a real citizenship go to pieces. Fine stock without technical skill loses Its value. Ileal homes without the light of education grow dark and dismal. The school is tho only In our stato or In any neighborhood. Fine, strong rural schools anil the children on Kentucky's many farms are the keys which alone can unlock the door to a glorious golden future for the dear old Commonwealth. safo-gusr- d HE USED A BOY drtvo through the Balkans n by tho armies aidine th hard prcszed Turk, it is a mere minor matter In the Teutonic plans. Tho goal of this expedition is Egypt and tho Suez Canal, a distance of about 1,800 milos from Belgrade, where tho armies arc now established. If Germany could seize tho Suez Canal tho Dritlsh Empire would be cut in twain, for it is this narrow strip of water that holds tho Krcat fabric India would then bo men accd, thus accomplishing what Germany endeavored to do in peace times by the building of the Bagdad Railway. Auitro-GermaAstro-Germa- n THE FARMER AND WIFE TEACH er hand under his chin. The lecturer looked steadily at the people before him for a moment before he remarked Impressively: vertisement .1 misdemeanor. "You see I have put one hand under C. A. Meers, hangtsl at Fort the boy's chin. I did that so that I Worth. Tex., for murder, was decapimight divide his head from his body tated when the trap was sprung. Ills body dropped Into Ihe pit whlio his for you. If you were to take all of this boy that lies below the baud unhead dangled gruesomcly before the der his chin and train It and educate faze of horrified witnesses. it as carefully as possible, what would Harry Vlckcrs. thirty, railroader, It sell for In the market where men. and Jacob Muntwlller, sixty, fsruirr, are bought and sold? It would bring both of Toledo, shot their wives and about $1.60 a day. You'd have a fine then shot and killed themselves strong day laborer, wouldn't you? Mrs. Vlckcrs tt dead and Mrs. Muntw liter Is In a serious con"Now lets see what about the rest of this boy, the sms.ll portion between dition. my two hands, his head. Suppose we Fourteen months old son of Charles give it real training. Suppose we give Harsh was drowned In a tile ditch at Striving to give that bidden part we call the brain, a The lecturer was Delaware. O. bis audleace a vivid Idea of the value real, strong, fine education. What's Creatore, band leader, Is to marry of a thorough education. He evident- the boy worth now? Can you buy blm Itoslna Demarlnus. eighteen, of ly felt that be had not said enough to In the market where men are bought It. I., lets thsn half his ase. be absolutely convincing for he paused and sold for 11.50? You have lifted' ! A tnlef smathed a plate glatt win-- , and after looking over the audience, him absolutely out of that class and e'ow In the Jewelry store of Hughes asked: the price he can command has grown Sou at Lima, O., and cleaned with "Will somebody in my audience let Immeasurably. J500 worth of Jewelry. me have a small boy on the platform "What I've been striving to do Is to At Marlon. O.. W. II. Shlpman. for just a moment or two? Somehow make you see what possibilities He In forty-six- , tried to beat a northbound or other I feel that you don't get the the boys and girls everywhere. I want Dorking Valley train over n crossing, great importance of education In this you to think of the little school lioiwck He was struck and killed. rapid age In which we live. We must throughout the State as training Wilbur C. King, colored, former asJhave better educated boys and girls If places for this limitless portion of sistant .in the Franklin county proseMAP SHOWING GERMAN XOUTE TO TURK CAPITAL AND SCENE 'OF SUBMARINE ACTIVITY. we are to keep abreast of the times." each child's life. I want you to see to cutor's office. Is to be aupolnted head When, he had a bright-eyeyoung- It that your children and your neigh-of the state's new loan shark and to aid tier tn Scrvln's UMtUtuutu thrxugh. Salnnlkl Palestine. Hen- - tin-- French ster by bis side, the man put one band bor's children have a place where this movement on the It Granted the often piott! bruvcry such an enormous undertaking. ! on tor of Ihe child's head and the Mil- - training may be done at Its best" setenil rallroiids und hui through chattel mortgage bureau. l United States I0IS corn crop will must be entirety a movement by land the Servian army Its xt.in.1 ugaln.Hi their commeirlnl iigeucles eivnted nnd must lie iiccomillHhed on foot. this double Invasion was bui.vl.nM. eien growing colonies and n thriving busi- total 3,0'jO.r.O'J.OOO bushels, according With Ihe development of events II with Hiich old us Ibe allies i.uii irlie ness. It Is doubtful, (bough, if tho to a report of the department of agriincreasingly apparent that Once arrived ut Constantinople, wllli French hare us Mriiug u bold become I'nl culture. A bi.by boy was born the teacher's sunerrlston. the farmer "ulguria's ctlolcu of allies was made Servlu crushed nnd the Ilulgarluu u. ui, estlue ns the Gerniuns theuiselves, to .Mrs. Tony Valcakl, twenty-three- , of Count von Itlebcrsteln during his very and his good wlfo took charge. The some time heforo the otllckil announce-men- behind her lo keep the lines open Camden, N. J., und died almost Imme and supplle able and shrewd management of the The glittering reward dangled tho movement of farmer took the youngsters out to see diately after birth. bis cattle, while he explained what ha liefore King Ferdinand by the Teuton- Geruinny will be pieparcil for Ibe ih German cuibasHy nt Constantinople At Chicago yeggs cracked safes In vclopnieiit of her e.wtern niniialgii succeeded lu kiviirlng Innumerable con considered the best plan of feeding to were apparently too uiacli for Ills Any forecast of what direction Hit- - cessions at Jerusalem. HaiuanciiH und the Hamlin theater and offlce of the soul to withstand. The make them a profitable proposition. Triple Action Spring company, cscup- constantly kept before lilm or I campaign might tnuo must nt the ptr- - other towns of I ho Holy Umd Horses and mules, cows and calves, ' '"K "' I TlK.ro I. rllr..,.l l...ll sheep nid hogs were Judged for points. wearing the crown of tlyzaiitluui nnd ent time be pure speculation Man, S cxpedltloti-- i are 0ne io.slile win. Syrian coa.t fro... Ale,,., uTl ""rn' Tobacco patches, cornfields and mead- of controlling the Dardanelles wu iillle-lile from many Iica.1 sea and on lo Medinaand by I'lTn '.S h! came In contact uC ows were Inspected and estimates much more alluring than wits the ac- threaten the ......... .. .. iorci'3, so rur . . largo loom ihe practical dllhYut oieuus ot iuig mo lacrma i . made of crops still on the land or la quisition of the narrow urij. of Mace- but so ,e""lon W,rB n,,e worklns on donia which the allien were ircMiril tics in the wuy thai even speculiulo ns opposition from the people of the! the barns. ,. POie. that Genua-...,i,nlF,. Ij w,....,,. ...I ..,..,1.1 ...!. U 111.--. .... ( to yield lo him. Tho weeks of Inde- goes wild. The . hi " v.'.lll, IIIRV The girls were taken In hand by the Detectives armed with cameras aro n Hlnj'U? whip free on the mv routo to Suez. There would still lie be taking photographs good housekeeper and shown through cision were, after all. merely u cloak has not fore them, however, the dewrt of lit of every employe In Wett Virginia garret. Her lo cover the German prrfaratlons for would U enough -to discourage nn her home from cellar to of tho Ilalllmoro mosr active- Imagination. Tib. but us this wus crossil earlier In methods of handling her milk and what promlKin to ln the Imtdest. miwt but tho well known. Germany bn Ah Is lor. tho war by u Turkish font- - thrro seems and Ohio railroad they see taking a cream and butter were explained in iiudacloiis Mroke of tin- - entire war. of alcoholic llipior. A number seen her brlg!itef.t future in tin- no reason why the Teutons Lilght not drink full. Her turkeys, chickens and geeso of employes have been discharged. Servia th? Weak Point. For many years her cleverest diploma undertake the same esslltloti with were visited. She told them what she Death claimed Former Postmaster irost o'nnier' some assurance of Mtccrss. In foruiulutlus Ihe plan for :t great cy unil her Hehemcs. considered the best breeds, and gavo William II. Gates, aged seventy, at rmvi-- Iksmi dins ' the position of colonization So- lritrenche-them her ideas of tho feeding and the ilrlie towitrU tho Ashland. O. Sabmcrincs lias she i ! tho greatest difll cd (here. Itev. Sylvraus The little chap la blue overalls, hold i cure of fowls. Sho even got out her Ilulgarlii come In Asln Minor nml Palestine Ih i The activities of the German and Lutheran Obervcr,Stal. editor of tho to thi- - Ti'Ulous. Kluce any ml ''Farm Day" flag, winter supply of Jams, Jellies, pro- inc his Philadelphia, and an Kiigllsb einst!l rciwrted t tin t Austrian subiuarliitst In Hm Mtsllterni-nen- tho author of a was one of the school children to help t serves ana canned trcsn iruits and vanco Into Turkey inut MNiner or lal number of books, Is eoulif ret for Hie mere iiskli sen form another Interesting dead. In this new celebration in Hart Coun- - vegetables and told her audlcnco what er eros llulgarian soil. Hut with Uul concession l.ngllhmei' It half the problem many year thatwork took scheming lu phase of the pioposed Invasion of the Plant and building of the News and I'erhana "Farm she considered the safest plan of "put. garlu tv last SeDtcmber. nnd near east by tho Teutonic utiles. Count of wan sulud. There lemalned then the Italcfgh, N. C, owned by Day" ought not to be spoken of as a ting up garden an' orchard sass" so secure. Tfip bnllillnc of the llagihul von I terns torn. Ibe German iimbassa-do- r Observer at would bo certain to keep. of procedure, to choke of two courseH the secretary of the navy, Josephus celebration at all, because It Is merely that It n United Stales, iinuouncis! were delighted because violate the ucutrnllty or Hoiiinaula tn railroad ban grrnti-s- l triumphs one of some to tho ago Daniels, wrs destroyed byflre, The fanners tho school children going to school to In tlmo Germany! that many Ilrltlsh and sdelphla. a good farmer and his wife for a day. It mado the children see the farm from reach Itulgarla or' to light u way across lorrxsloiNl In The lnifHirtam-- i thai she herxelf Freucli ships hat! was a celebration for the a proper viewpoint. The housewives Servia. The first of these wan reject-gooHut then It It In the present crisis l tbeso waters. Thru ciniio the slaking of The late Mrs. Fannie Nast Gambia long before attached lo Cincinnati left 126,000 to the penneighbors and parents of the were charmed because tha children td, She would shown by the fact that work on It bn of the Italian liner Aucoua. sion fund for preachers of the Methoschool children, so perhaps It was tome-- saw how closely connected good farm- - taking steM that would bring Itoumn been vigorously pushed. The German U boats In dist Episcopal church. thing of a mixture of a celebration ami lng anJ sood housekeeping were, Tha iiIu'h fine army Into the ninkx of her slipping past Gibraltar, vvbero the allies Connects Europe and India. Harry, a going to school that pleated every-- ! neighbors were pleased because the enemies. Servia, unbroken though she were supposed tu have many watchful brothers, Charles and Herman Smith, , .tnwt.il.. ... u aged nine, eight and Ave, reAn Informal inrtm emner I... tin. In., tlav body Immensely. This mllroiiil Is designed iim tho great patrol boats In wait for the enemy spectively, were saved from deata by Farm Day goes to show that new lng which centered about the school, against Austria und bcr long wrestle connecting link the irndp and Itut during tho night the Nubmarlnc the prompt use of the pulmoler glad to be able to with disease, seemed the weak o!ut In travel routes things In the life of the ruial schools The teacher was Diroiip nnd gained cutranco Into tho Mediterranean nf are springing up everywhere, and the have the children busy with real the path, and here accordingly the Ten. tho Persian gulf nml India. Tunnels and for weeks played havoc with allied when they were overcome by gas utfng them rationally things and real problems, while their ton entering wedge wus directed. only difficulty in through the Taurnx mnuntalns haw shipping. The daring of the undersea fumes at their home In , Cleveland. Iloicoo Hots, twenty-fivecircus Is, that the change of administration own parents and neighbors looked on. On the went the iintiiml defence of lecn finlsbeil wlliilii Ihe past few boats In making tho trip from tho Kiel of Columbus, O.. was killed at If every county In the stato could Benin are so strong ns tn dlfcourage rucntlis und several of Ihe units of t In- cam! to tho Austrian coast has not at Frankfort Is putting Into office a Elizabeth, N, JN while watering elenew man as Superintendent every four have a "Farm Day" or a half dozen of Invasion from Ibal direction. Hugged line hnVH been Joined. i travel s no been surpassed during tbo war. phants. years. No matter how strong a school them scattered through the year, It man he might be, ha has no time In would force the matter of education which to develop school matters over close home to every parent. As was a long period, and so the tchool and mentioned above, ono of the great Shown at Koman's Opera House Each Monday Night stumbling blocks to definite and well- tha children sutler. On tho 10th of September tha chil- organized advancement In the schools dren and teachers of 23 schools went of the state Is that the school system visiting. Kach school bad selected the Is tied up In politics. This Is not the , best farm and home In the neighbor- fault of the school men and women, hood to visit for the whole day. Every- but the fault of the people It the peo-- 1 Per Year in Advance.' body had been notified a week In ad- pie love their children, and they do, vance, so that each child and every they wilt see to It that the schools are visitor brought a lunch. Instead of lifted out of politics tor all time to "readla', wrltla'. an' rithmetlc.M under come. Kentucky. Lancaster, i . I'rov-idenlI ; 1 Iium-buiui u , . . l tl-.one-fac- t isi : prest-utevhome-made s ' t. auei-eisle' o wire rone shons of Ihe Join A. Iloeb- ling Sons company to the extent of j ! t.000.000. Philip Hose. waCn hnnllng near K Inland. O.. was shot In thn fare as be was walking over a hill, by Italph Kcd, who ihot at a rabbit- II. C. Ituppert. said to be a wealthy resident of lllchmond, Vn . shot and killed his wife and then committed In a New York hotel. Ieulcldo few. If any, turkeys will be served to e II.OoO and more wards rt Ohlo on Thanksgiving day this year. The price Is held too high. Four eggs who blew-- the safo In the Hollo Center (O.) postoflleu !0 In rath and HO In stamps. Georgia senato passed a bill prohibiting liquor advertisements In any form In Georgia and making such ad- Mils K. Marie Sinclair went because her Itltcrside drive Paint Liok. (New Yorkl apartment was horribly when the ngcnl cold, she testlrk-- d II. Casey, troiiKht suit for lwk rent. Mrs. Margaret K. Armour, widow of H. II. Armour, the packer. Is dead Veterinary tt Kansas City. She was elglily ) ears old. Grmlunti' i'inclnnatl Hre nt Trcnlon. N. J., damaged the bath-Icss Kontuoky 1). V. J1. John Surgeon. Vcteriimry Olllce at CtillciJe W. II. Hurtcn's Sale Stable. Night Phone 211. J, A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Olllce Over National Hank. Ilesidence Phone 3. Oftlce Phone LAN CASTE It, KY. 27 For All Kinds of ROUGH G. C. COX. Phone 22U. LUMBER, see Manse.Ky i H to mce ,lour,1ltol-7to- 12 a. 9 p. m M. K. Deny and W. A. Wheeler Doctors Of Dental Svctry. Oacs; (lorniM Knlldlnni.t Hull A IDdtr oa't urtitmr rltarf, LANCASTEIt. KENTUCKY. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Oftlce at Ilainey t Ijincnster. I.ivrry Stable. Kentucky INDIANA SILO PAFEC CUTTERS Monitor and Associnted Gasoline Engines. Wheeling Lime Grinders. All sold on easy terms. W. P. KINCAID, Phcne 109. DIST. AGT KY STANKOItD. ' Visiting Card THE ptopcr thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making calls. U Engraved A Neatly I Come and see what a beautiful line of samples wc have and get our prices for 50 or more. CENTRL RECORD ' TREES Garden. Write for free Catalogue. Fruit and Shade Trues Shrubs. Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies Everything for Orchard. Lawn and No Agts. The Centr ol Record $1.00 H.F.Hillenmoycr & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. 1915 18I. LA The Central Record, Thursday Nov 25 1915. cv2irn wuflRm "Hprsp nKnnnH Page 7 m. suf felnfjB wiiinRntoi TO Lancaster A. Speitli Also oKC.KSi.r.n i.v.vj. Tobacco. WarehouseStanford Street. . - 4k Company managers. No commission charged. We pay Highest MarKet Price and unload same clay. Phone 308. Branch House !try at PAINT Watch Your Children peo-pl- LICK, A WORD The KY. 'e Citizens National Bank OK LANCASTER. KY. Capital $50,000. Surplus $45,000. J. WALK Kit. Vic t II. F. HLDSON. President. Prest. W. 0. I'.icnuy, Aso't Canh'r Job J. W.lkhh. W. K. CHAMP. Cashier. i Jk.. the verv backbone of every uecefiil buinesi. We regard your co. n nrcrmaty factor in our success. operMiun a We hK' nu speak n good wonl (or us if we give you good service. If you ilml our trrvice lacking in any respect, you wilt confer a favor uwn us by telling US. It is our business and our pleasure to improve our system wherever we find a weak spot. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. R Surplus 430,000. Pres't. S. )ENiJY, President J. It. K. STORM US. Vice C 1. .'UUKY, Afi't Cashier. J. U DENNY, Cashier. r. GlLI, j Safety Samual D. Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUIt For Rent. BUSINESS. Alex It. Denny. Cochran. J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. W ri's'i! . J 1 ITO H8 l h ' Ltfcls' r.ur-!f.lln- 551 Eflri Vali.' In till IMIitieKi'liiiolsiiI her. nr and r.evle w l ourwM. Tuittnn lenilit Uarntitorle. nev i..,.Ll aMwMtl lisww lnMitti! tribune Uiiltlitir. irbctir uViwrtiticnt o( rieulture. a well oiitiiiipeil linme.tiA 8,iem rfjii.u.i.l'iiu. vender .iimiir 7, Preoiiii Term N" 3. Summe10, Third Trm I ,n..r as. K'Mirtli Ten Apnl rH. lioolpn Iin-i- 4. t utaloh'eKt- -. . li. It linn;, IV.Ufni. A TUAININfJ SCHOOL POIi TnACHEHS to nirmentsrv. Intemwliale and Lite e 1 I X. RICHMOND. KY. or bale Our entire stock of GENERAL BMDSE through-ou- t as a whole. Same is a good, clean stock, having closed a very successful sale, closing out all odds and ends, entire stock. our, This is the best stand in Central Kentucky and, we invite any nrospector to buy. We mean to sell this business as first stated in our sale bills. Call on or write, Becker. Ballard & Scott. PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. TO RHEUMATICS. PAINT LICK HIGH SCHOOL first day cu tart to take There Can Be No Doubt About The Re-- i STARTS FALLING. NOTES. Itheuma the uric acid poise begirs 10 o uiasuive nun leave we iore ju.nis nno suits in Lancaster. At this season of the year rrmny muscles. Its action is little less than ' taRnv censored by the I'nncipal). find their hair coming rut at nn R. E. McRobsrts magical. 50 cents bottle from It. E. The 13th was charivari, night un on alarming rate nnd often fear baldness. Results tell the tale. Mcltoberts and nil druggists. the bill. Tnis may very easily be the ultimate 731. All doubt is removed. Land OO.GSJ acres, value per. Judge Bnthoratof Fort Leramie. Ohio The testimony of a Lancaster cltize.i result If proper scalp treatment is not acre $21,32. Number of horses 3741, MIm Sadie Ralston went to Richmord taken at once. All excessive loss of mules 1332. cattle 5205, hogs 0071, hay savs: "I was cu.-e- of a very bad enw last Saturday. Can bo eaiily Investigated. of rheumatism by using two bottlet of What hotter proof of merit can he hair can be almost immediately stopped 1260 ton. corn 435,30:.; bushels, wheat Why does Cleone keep her hand up Itheuma. Previous to that I was a Clip-by the use twice daily of a little Parihad? CS.50'! bushels, barley S05 bushels. to ner race so much? pie, Wd'King on crutches.' nnd nourish Mrs. II. F. Walter, Hill St., Lancas- sian Sage which invigort-teLatitude 37 degrees, 37 minutes. Itheuma relievos almost instantly the John Butnersaya there is a period ter, says: "Whenever my hack be- tho rlowlv dying hair roots into a re- Longitude 7 degress, 30 minute. intense suffering from sciatica. Iumbso behind every Spanish New comes lame and painful, a few doses newal of healthy normal action. sentence. Camp Dick Robinson 'J miles nortli of neuritis, gout, neuralgia and other of Doan's Kidnwy Pills, procured at It. hair quickly grows on the thin spots, Lancaster was a noted Federal camp Teacher; Name muscle which wc formi of rheumatism. old hair stops fnlling and the dillerencc during the eivil war. K. Mcltoberts Sun' Drug Store, can't control. Olln; The Tongue. brine tne instant relief. At one time I is apparent In a few days by the very Distinguised citizens of Garrard; W. M. Burgess and Jim Harve Italk-to- n feared that I hid serious kidney trou- look of tne hair itself taking on new Governor Robert P. Letcher, Governor MARKSBURY have been recent visitors at the ble. The kidney secrctlonr were un- life, lustre end beauty. Partsion Sage William Owsley, Hon. George It. McJ110. Speaks sold a pair of mules for school. natural and gaveunmistakahleevidenc-- i can be obtained from R. E. Mcltoberts Kee, Hon. George W. Dunlap. of disordered kidneys. Dnan's KidSev or any good druggist. It is not expenWe shall soon be in a position to use The following romantic incident is Pills in a short time made my kidneys sive, Jno. Itoyston sold a bunch of hogs to our new marching song; The British by Judge Geo. Robertson (memick L.ear hi oj cts. (Statement given March normal." Grenadiers. ) ber of the Legislature in his Miss Sue Sutton attended the Ham 20th. 190S). anniversary address, at Camp Madison, The reading of "Operations" was an 1 OVEIt THREE YEA IES LATER. Franklin county on July 4, 1842; "On Itamsev meeting at Danville Sunday. extra number. Emerson's popularity Mrs. Walter said: "My kidneys have the long roll of that day's reported Mrs. Smith of Crab Orchard has been is in danger. been in excellent condition since Riving slain, the fata) battle of the Blue Licks, visitihg her daughter, Mrs Frank Hig. Those sash suspenders, or whatziz, my former endorsement of Doan's KidAND were names of a few who had, in fact, gins. ney Pills. been captured, and after surviving the Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kemper left Mon- had a most dejected look last week, Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't smi- orueal ot tne gauntlet, had been per- day for Birmingham. Ala., where they now didn't they7 ply ask for a kidney remedy Ret mitted to live as captives. Among will spend the winter. Lost; Sadie's Literature and Mr. CO. Doan's Kulnev Pills the same that! these was an excellent husband and Jlr. and Mrs. Wilford Dye, and Waterbury's Science. Rewards; A Mrs- - Walter had. father, who, with eleven other captiv- daughter, Miss Ruth, have been visit wad of Thesis paper for either find. Props., Buffalo, N. Y. A LOOKING BACK HALF es, had been taken by a tribe and ing Mr. and Mrs. II. K. Swope. Amis characterizes theco-.ninjob of painted black as the signal of torture Genuine Kanawha Salt is the best memorizing the Rubaiyat as "a and death to all. T112 night after tha for curing meat. CENTURY. task'V He would rather "see COY battle, the3o twelve prisoners weie Hudson, Hughes Farnau. appendix". stripped and placed in u line on n log. Mr. and Mrs. Dave Rife, Mr. and (Delayed letter.) The following Interesting Items of he to whom we have specially alluded The Principal found a sack tied to his Mrs. Simpson of McKinney havn been Garrard history is furnish by James being at one extremity of the row. Mr. Earl Uroaddus Is reported better. visitirg .Mr. and Mrs. Edmond Sutton. door handle the other night when ho Maret, President of Iione Way As- The'cruel captors, then beginning at came home. He has nat opened it yet. John Dailv sold one fat hog to Miss Nettie Lee Kemper desires to sociation, Mt. Vernon, Kentucky, who the other end, slaughtered eleven, one Wonder what's inside. Fain, price 7c lb. thank her triends who assisted in getregathered the facts while searching by one; but when they came to the Dewey Metcalf, our half-dastudent, ting the reclining chair. The order has Miss Martha Susan Morris who has cords for Information on the activities only survivor, though they raised him He of Daniel Iloone, the great frontiers- up also, and drew their bloody knives been made and the chair will he here in s now on the trail of the rabbit. been quite sick, is much improved. drops in occasionally to see the changes a few days, man who stirred things up in the Ken- to strike under each uplifted arm, they C. S and Wm. C. Sanders sold to Mrs. Hamilton and children returning that h&va taken place. tucky wilderness some 145 years ago. paused, and after a long Wm. Jones one cow, price 5c per lb. ''Garrard county, the 25th in order of spared his life, why, he never knew. Sunday from the "Holy Roler meeting" The class is plotting the positions of turning a sharp curve turned the buggy the planets for every month of the Sanders Ilros bought 75 bbl of corn formation, was formed In 1790. out of For about a year none of his friends, from dittercnt parties for -. per bb. parts of Madison, Lincoln and Mercer, over demolishing inMerpresent year, from excepting his faithful wife, doubted mates were unhurt. the top. The cury to poky old Neptune. Prof. II. L. Sipplu bought of C. Os-- I and named In honor of the then gover- his death. She, hoping against reason, Miss Eugenia Sutton, Mr. and Mrs. borne IG ohl of corn for. $J.1!5 per bbl. nor of the state, James Garratd. It Is still Insisted that he lived and would Tho for away Saint Patrick's Day. situated in the middle section of the yet return to her. Wooed by another, Mahan have returned from Jellico Some signs may yet be seen. Mrs. Marv Sanders nnd daughter, state, on the cast side of Dick's where thev have been attending the river; As Somerne's bike rolls down the piko IVachie Mae, visited Mr, J. W. Sanders nnd is bounded on the north by Jes- - she, from time to time, postpontd the General Association of Kentucky nuptials, declaring that she could not Baptist. They of tho Green. lamiiymn inursuay. gamine eoiintv. from whleh it U.enarHt. report a good time and divest herself of the belief that her Twinkle, twinkle, Mistletoe, Ilolmau J. Mc.V.illian was the pleas- - vd by the Kentucky river;eaat by Madi- - husband survived. Her expostulating the hospitality of Jellico people cannot he excelled. Who hung you up, I'd like to knowt Mr. son, south by Rockcastle and Lincoln, friends finally succeeding in ant visitor of his their ef-- j You can't head it, I declare; I west by lloylo and Mercer. and Mrs. John Itay lJt week. The face torts to stille her affectionate instinct. Despondency Du: to Indigestion. Trouble hobs up everywhere. Mrs. Mary Sander, and grandson. fllh,!C0UIntpr J? hi"V or f"l,y Vn she reluctantly yielded, and the nuptial productive grains day was fixed. Prof, was talking about feeding birds It Is not at all surprising that persons Thompson, were week-enguests of But just befoie it The .Up products corn. dawned, the cruck of a ritle was heaid who have indigestion become discourag suet, and upon asking what suet was, L. L. Sanders at Crab Orchard. wheat, rye and oats; the principle near her lonely cabin, at the familiar ed and despondent. Here are a few was informed by Amis that it was the Clouse sold to Mosc Itay a bunch ports horses, mules, cattle, hogs and sound, the leaped out, like a liberated words of hope nnd cheer for them by stutT that hangs in stovepipes and uiikno-vii- . He bought sheep. of shoats, price fawn, ejaculating as she sprang "thats Mrs. Blanche Bowers, Indiana, Pa. chimneys. from same party some fat hogs for 7c. Lancaster the county seat population John's gun". It was John's gun sure "For ytars mv digestion was so oor Some of the Grammar boys have u' 1870, 741, Is located 2J miles from Dick's enough: and in tin instant, site was, that I could only eat thu lightest foods. bad case of skunkltis. Four or river, at the head of Sugar creek, u once more, in her husbaud's arms. But I tried every thing that I heard of to sent home the other day. In order branch of Kentucky river, and on the nine years afterwards, that same hus- get relief, but not until about n vear that the other hundred and fifty might Richmond branch ot the Louisville & band fell in "St Clairs defeut", and ago when I saw Chsmberlain's Tablet not have to go. Nashville railroad 113 mlirs from Louisthe same disappointed, but persevering adverted ami got a bottle of them, ville, 2G miles from Richmond and U The Majon Twins bate some new lover, renewed his buit, nnd at hut the did I find the right treatment. I soon miles from Stanford; has a good court J widow became his wife. The scene of began to improve, and since taking a dudt; Nellie has a fresh bonnet, house, 4 churches (Methodist, Baptist. these romantic incident was within few bottles of them my digestion is The Wizard of Oz has u brass nose that I Presbyterian, and Reform or Christian). make him appear abnormally inquisi"Thcdlord's gun shot of my natal homestead and fine." For sale by all dealers. land is a place of considerable business; tive. Who is to blame for tho Wizard? witlithat noble wife and mrtron 1 was Is the best medicine was established In 1793. The other viMariu'n new dress, Cleone 's many myself well acquainted." SYCAMOKE VALLEY. llages, all small, are ilryuntsville and lever used." writes J. A. corner! hat, and several pairs of Hew Pitchport, U and 12 miles west and Misec Cora Hurt and Lovunnu Mt- - hoi, have been duly nutwl in their Stcetman, otPaltonville, Texas. north from Lancaster; Teatersvillu U SOME TENNESSEE FOLKS Kechnie were the guests of Miss Ida onitr of appearand. But what is thir "Isullered terribly with liver miles east of north; Uyattaville, u railI lurtj Saturday ami Sunday, audattend- - about Gluthu fulling into the Hour road station miles east of Lancaster; troubles, and could get no relief. TELL HOW THEY WON eu the pie supir at bycamore. barrel? Paint Lick also a railroad station 10 Misses Annie Mae and Lyda Broadus The objective point of the last hike The doctor said I had conI miles east. Sick people want to be well in a and Miss Minnie Hurt of Paint Lick at was the partly constructed bridge at I could not work at sumption. Members of Legislature from Gar- -' pie supper ut Sycamore last White Lick ford. While there thebqjs rard beginning in 1799: Senate. Jamts hurry.great many, perhaps most nil. tended the all. Finally I tried A Saturday night, and were the guests were kind enough to help u poor old Thompson; Wm. Uledsoe;Thos. lluford; Illnesses bavo tliolr beginning in arman out of the creek with an overload of Mrs. It. C. Clark. John Faulkner; Win. Owsley; Samuel rangements ot the fitcmach and Ulgek-ttv- e THEOFORiTS The pie supper at Sycamore School of baled hay. tract. George Dsnny; House of Repre j Lusk; Mayr's Wonderful Remedy statin No school Fiiday. It was u tough House last Suturday night was ijuite n llentatlves: Thos. Kennedy; John lio It ; The total amount job to persuade Mr. W. to go to ' Henry Pawling; Steven Perkins; Janus at the first dose to put stomach sufsuccess financially. on the way to health. Tbo tint realized was forty-fiv- e ferers to the Convention, ashedidn't dollars and fifty Thompson; Abner Baker; Thos. Bufon'; dose proves It. But we'll cents. There were thirty-cr.pies the seem to want to convench. Samuel McKee; Wm. Owsley; Join It Is taken with success every-.her- c. It catch it for that day oif, cither in more I Yuntis; John Faulkner; Samuel John Here aro the words of two Teuncsseo highest told brought two dollars. people who have taken It: belonged to .Mils Dora Lee Hulfman homework or later hours. son; Robert P. Letcher; Geo. Robertson; MISS COKA FISHER. 805 Saxou and was purchased by Mr. Will Adams. We would appreciate any clean cloths Hobt. McConell; Simeon II. Anderson; avenue, Memphis "Ilavo taken your The box of candy for tho prettiest girl of linen, cotton or gauze, old or new, Tryee Harris; Jumes Spllman; Benj. medicine and It worked llko a charm-- has removed qulto a number of gall was awarded to Miss Jennie Ward, that may be donated, as w.o are going and to my surprise, I cot better, Mason, Jessie Yantis; Alex. Snecd; Geo. II. Mason; Abner G. Daniel: Geo. s'ones. It does Just as sou said tt there being one thousand votes oast for to start the work of making surgleul and am as well as any would." her. dressings for the wounded soldiers In R. McKee; Jennings Price; Gabriel J. MRS. W J. WARD. Sparta, Ttnn man."Thedford's Black-Draugthe hospitals of France, The pieces Salter; Wm B. Mason; Horace Smith; "I can honestly recommend your remis a general, cathartic, Remarkable Cure of Croup. may be of any size, and must be clean, Lafayette Dunlap; John B. Arnold; edy to all sufferers from constipation vegetable liver medicine, that Indigestion Dunlap; Joshua Dunn; Wm. and stomach troubles, Geo. Last winter when my little boy hud soft and stHrchless, seems a thing ot the past u'th roe." croup I got has been regulating IrregulariWoods: Joshua Burdett; Alex Lcsk; Now of all tho High School boys. him a bottle of ChamberMayr's Wonderful Remedy gives perties of the liver, stomach and John K. Eaulkner; Daniel Murphy; Wm manent results for stomach, liver nnd lain's Cough Remedy. I honestly be- whom would you suspect of trying to J. Lusk; Wm. Sellers. ('71') Wm. Ber-kl- Intestinal aliments. Eat as much ant lieve it saved his life," writes Mrs. J. write poetry! And should he be turned bowels, for over 70 years. Qet whatever you like. No more dlitics B. Cook, Indiana, Pa, "It cut the over to Dr. X. for a diagnosis, and C75). a package today. Insist on the for the oper-Population of county (1S70) 10,370: after eating, pressure ot gat In tho pelegm and relieved his coughing spells. later, to Dr. Y. or Dr. genuine Thcdlord's. stomach and around the heart. Gtt ae I am most grateful whites.0,972. colored 3,404, voters for what this rem stlon! Doubtless it would be necessary bottle of your druggist now r.nd try tt on an absolute guarantee' It not satis- edy hai dome for him." For sale by to amputato the entire head, and what would el senor do then, poor thing! all dealer. Taxable property for county f , SC2, - factory money will be returned. Often children do not let parents knew they nro constipated. 'I hey fear Fome-thi- ng distasteful. They u ill hko Itcxall Orderlies a mild laxative that tastes like sugar. fc'olJ only by us, 10 cents. 11 d 1 s 11 1822-20- RESULTS TELL THIS IF HAIR 87 0. LANCASTER GARRARD I ., much-dread- ed p-- ir y pow-wo- $- nimble-foote- d grand-parent- d ' ex-Ji- Sve-wer- e Black-Draug- ht J 'A I e ht e, E-- 70 -- 1 Page 8 The Central Record, Thursday Nov 25 19 5. 1 A. B. ROBERTSON & BRO. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY erf We Begin Today a Great Special Sale of Hundreds of Ladies Tailored Suits, Silk and Combined Dresses. Ladies and Childrens Coats and Party Dresses. We offer in this sale choice the most select as well as extensive stock of really high class garments to be seen in this section. Our stock as usual was selected for the most particular trade in Kentucky, and none of it was bought for Special Sales. Each garment mentioned was actually worth the original price and all reductions exactly as represented. cm Tailored Suits, $19.75 Tailored Suits $9.95 Tailored Suits, $14.75 Evening Dresses. $15. Party Dresses now $11.25. SI 9.75 Party Dresses now $11.50. $18. Party Dresses now $13.50 $25. Party Dresses now $19.75 We offer choice of about forty excellent style suits that sold The materials are whipcords, nt $15., each for $9.95 choice. and most of the lot not two Poplins, Clotes, etc., some weeks old. At this very moderate price we olfer you more than twenty-fiv- e excellent style suits made of Broadcloth?, Gaberdines, Poplins, etc., in all colors- - Some but all some entirely new. The first prices of these range from $19 75, to plain-tailore- r $23.50. rfh in) At this price we offer you choice of nil our best leaders in 825. suits Suits. Choice of either the celebrated Wooltex suit., Each suit is perfectly tailored and or newest s work moms by well paid, skilled labor. No made in sweat shop work. man-tailore- d high-clas- Childrens Coats. Handsome line of real SEAL PLUSHES. Corduroys and Woolen materials in Childrens Clonks will all be oflercd nt n big reduction from regular prices. All sizes from 2 year to I I. Street Dresses. $12.50 Silk and Serge $9.75 Silk and Serge Dresses now $0.75. Dresses now $3.25. $15. Dresses now $10.75. $18. Silk and Serge Dresses now 311.75. Silk Shirt Waists, $1.95 I We offer in this sale a counter full of this season's Crepe de Chene and silk waists. Monycf these are single waists and first Colors are White, Flesh. Black, prices were $3.50 and $3,75. Brown, Navy, and Fancies. Dresses, $3.95 0 t mi 11 We offer choice a big lot of Serge and combination ilk and serge dresses at choice for $3.95. The cheapest of the lot cold at fl. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED FROM NEW YORK ABOUT AT 75 ENTIRELY NEW LACE, GEORGETTE $12.50 AND UP. DO AND NOVELTY SILK SHIRT WAISTS TO $3.50, $6.00, $7.50, $8.50, $10.00, NOT FAIL SEE THESE NOW. $35. $25. WOOLTEX COATS NOW WOOLTEX COATS NOW $25. $19.75 WOOLTEX COATS NOW $14.75 $19.75 The beautiful open Fall weather has been fine for the country but hard on our cloak business and forces us to unload. So we offer our line of the celebrated WOOLTEX COATS at cut prices. Each one of these is absolutely pure wool, guaranteed not to fade or shrink no matter how you abuse it. tailoring is absolutely the best and a Wooltex coat never looses its shape wet or dry. The styles are original and different from the common run. The Our line of lower price coats are also to be sold at like reductions. f l Special Values in Genuine Fur Muffs, Such as Black Lynx, Black Fox, Natural Skunk, Hudson Seal, Real Mink, Jap Mink, Narrbia Lynx, White Fox, Raccoon, Beaver, Etc. Lowest Prices In Years. Noting the very decided tendency to give useful and practical articles for Christmas gifts we have confined our lines this year to articles of Intrinsic merit. We call special attention to our lines of solid Sold Jewelry In Neck Chains, Lavallierres, Cuff Links, Hat Fins, Etc. Magnificent line or Cameo Brooches from $4. to $18. Beautiful line of solid Gold Lavallierres from $1.50 to $20. New enamel top Dorine boxes in great variety. An immense line of finest standard makes of Sterling Silver Table Warein every possible piece from a SOc Spoon to a $250. Tea Set. Fine line of best American Hand Cut Glass. Parisian Ivory Mirrors, Brushes, Combs and Fancy Pieces. Great assortment of Sheffield Silver and best Quadruple Plated Silver. Come soon and come often. You can't see it all at one visit. flUiillil I liUUlu i linTTRAV PftftftC IMPORTED DOLLS AT EVERY PRICE FROM 35c TO $5.00. A. i B. nl COLUMN -HfTi-- ROBERTSON & BROTHER, DANVILLE, Ileport of tliii Condition Ok" KENTUCKY. Minnie Frances. The mother and baby are getting along nicely. Th death angel visited tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Heigh on Nov. 21st. and claimed far their own their tittle six weeks M baby. It was laid to rest in the Guns Chapel Nov. 22. The entire community extends sympathy. 1 extra nice spotted gelding pony to a bunch of forty ewes and one buck of Todd, of Chicago, who have been visitThese ing Air, and Mrs. Dan Traylor are in Athby Arnold for $6.04 a head. trade for good work nnd brood mare. S. II. Aldridge, Lancaster, Ky. were sold by Capt. Am. Iiourne for the Lexington spending sevf ral days with FARMER'S high dollar. Only about two hundred their aunt, Mrs. Bettle Smith, who is i Wanted. cattle on the market, all of which were there in the hosnital. for sold at fairly good prices. Mrs. II. Kirby Dourne, of New spc below tin heading t loi the exelu-i- i To contract now for blue grass part Castle, who has been the guet of dm of onr farmer eubicrlbera. aud la for pasture next season. Can use any STANFORD relatives and friend here has returned ft. ml. of alMfk Rialtiaiid ueli things on of 100 acres. Any one with blue grass d 10 adier- - should correspond with or teleDhone larroee minol firm .4 home. She was accorr pained by her ore, tour, IU No .iotl , Mis Gertrude Wilkerson is visiting mother, Mrs. Lou Shanks, who wilt (3 ? acreage and price per . lit line. tint will lit. of ttiol pcre friends and relative nt Crab Orchard. spend several weeks with her. lur enure next season. f coan. free of eh use John W. Miller. Mgr. Miss Lucy Lee Walton, who has been j Mrs. Walter Sanders entertained the We handle only 41 cent protein quiet ill for several weeks is reported Dixie Itook Club at her apartments on cotton seed meal. The bait. some better. West Main street on Tuesday afterMULES HIGHER. Hudfon, Hushes & Farnaj. Miss Utile Denny has returned horn noon. At the conclusion of the games ! In the guest were taken to the "Princess" FOR SALE: Poll Angus bull calf. Much Admty Among The Hjbidj Uere after a visit to relatives and friends Garrard county, where nn elaborate salad course was S. II. Eites. Nice one. """day. Mrs. W. L. Murphy, of Shelby City, served. For Sale. That mules are $25. on the head high- - has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. Mrs. J. W. Ilaughman entertained the Sewing Club at her beautiful suThree high grade Hereford bull calves er than they were thirty days ago was George Deliorde. evidenced by the fuct that they were; Mrs. It. M, Fisher, of Danville spent burban home on this week in honor of H. B Henry. and one heifer. soiling at that much premium here last Wednesday here with her grandmother, this week in honor of her sister. Miss WANTEDj-GooPoland Chino lloar, Monday, which wita our regular County Mrs. Marv Penny. Mary Dunn, of Dnnville, who is her Court day. Many buyers were on Phone Hryantsville Exchange Delicious refreshment were Mrs Herbert Cook and little son. of guest. L. II. Hub!, liuena Vista, Ky. hand and weie "gobbling up" every- - Danville, are the guests of her sister. served. thing with any tlesh as fast us they ap- -, Mrg Emer Eads. s The wedding of Miss Elizabeth ueu lumcjr peareu on the market. The buyers re. For Miss Annie Denton, of Somerset atBnd Mr. Itobert Thornberry Toms, $3., and hens $2. each, or hens fuse to say that there is an advance. nuptials here Fewrll. of Hock Hill. 3. C. was a tended the Higgins-Fewv- l and one torn for $8. but they cannot deny the activity that Thursday I evening. beHUtiful event of Thursday evening. 1 Hampton Sisters. Phone was shown here last Monday, when Miss Catherine ilronaugh, of Crab The marriage was celebrated at the William about fifty changed hands. second hand corn Patterson, of Lexington bojght one Orchard has been the guest of Mrs, A. home of the bride's parents, Mr. and WANTED Mrs. W. II. Higgins. the Itv. Alfred shelter. Have 20 young calves for sale of Lee Palmer for $170., and a pair of S. Price, of this city. A. F. Sanders, Mrs. W. It. Itice. of Louisville, who A. Higgini, brother of the bride ofhorse mules of J. P. Iiourne, for $335. ficiated, assisted bv Itev. P. L. liruce. Lancaster, Ky. W. II. Hurton paid Alex Walker $150., hai been the guest of Mrs. Susan It, The wedding colors were yellow and horse mule and Yeager has returned home. for r few axtra good MamFor Sale:-white and the lovely home had handbought a pair of E, C. McWhorter for Mr. and Mrs. Morrison llright are moth Uronze turkeys. some decorations of plants, smilax and $300, and four of other parties at an rejoicing over the arrival of a little Mrs. James Sutton, Murksbury Ky. chrysanthemums. The bride is the ox, daughter in their home, average of $150. a head. Monte t The little. Hryantsville Phone, 40-of Danville purchased three miss has been named Mary Margorie gho f o Mf cUy L. E. Speaks sold to Charlie Dean a old mules of Andy McKnight, for $495. llright. r is, i 11.1 ' G. It. Swincbroad sold a nice pair to """"T. calf for $25. Kllemo. ' of IjM1,IWu ' ,a llerB Oi . Vr ." i. u : .. Z ' rrweu eaiuiu inail 01 rel Itichard Gentry, . of Hoyle, for $J-......... .i.... 1. with friends for a few davs. Mrs. ...i. tm. ...u Fou Sale: Jersey cow with young J.H.Kublesaold-threetoT" .. O. Ha- nw.. , wlfl, of ,iHv. Si.o. uture iiome. inter ma curemuny ine . Sam Cotton. calf. Good milker. kins, for $330. and one to J. 11 . iimifnal 0. tne iiant st ' l;uciiio ncta .t.. t m ,i, - who wal UMtor miv jiattut 1... ivvcxtu fnr v.m For rent for rest ot year the house I lorj4U. air. uourne aiso oougni a rhl.h the members of the bridal party and , pair of horse mules of William Kobin- have been living in. For Information Miss lsabe a Heynolds, of McK nney Misses Mary Mcltoberts liruce, of this soiiitor $275. and one nice one of Craig who has been at home w th her parents city and Julia Higgins, of Richmond. and key, see Haselden Bros. ut.' u I.jiin w t o , wv, - I' Hi ... II t . S. II. Aldridge, OIUUll IUI fiW. BUM ...J uviu- - . I w... Wilson of J. U. Kubles for $200. time left Saturday for Vinccnnes, Ind., Mr. J, W. Speaks sold to Centre Hogers sold n pair nice mare mules to she has a good position. brothers a pair of mules for $325. J, F, Itoblnson for $300. and Ed Nay- - where Walter Carson, of Hustonville. hss lor a pair of extra nice ones to same A few pure bred Narragansstt tomr. ', W.iiZiff.rar .r.75Mtf party for $425. Mr. Nuylor bought a been given a pardon by Gov McCreary. Colonel Rhea's famous strain, for sale nice one of Otis Naylor for $200. and a Mr. Carson was given a sentence of e cheap, if taken In next ten years on the charge nice bay mare, for which he psid $190. two to twenty-onPhone 318 G Center Urothers a mule of William of murder and had been out on paroje. Will Relieve Your Indigestion for some time. One sewing machine that sews fine, Lenr for $161. and a pair of Earnest R. E. McRsbsrts Mrs. Eva O'Brisn and Mrs. Fannie $5.00, 1 rsnge in gcod order for $5 00, Hall for $325, Fuller Herring bought He hss been named Willie Lynn. r ' ) d 51-- Elizabeth Johnson Walker was the guest of her little cousins Mary Edith and. Fannie Irfe Walker a few days last & Co week. Misses. Ha Hill, Inas Itsy and Messrs Hank doing bu.iite.a t Laueaaivr County uf Uarrata. Hut. of Kentucky, Everitte and Dillard Sebastaln were ATTIIK CMI8K OT HOl.tKrfit ON TIIK visitors in Cartersville Saturday and Sunday. 10th. day of Nov. 1915. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Simpson the KKlW)UltCEI. parents of the triplets nie much troubLuaua and lilacounta... .... IfiaSS in led by two of them having pneumonia Overdrafte Secured and but we hope they will soon recover. Hue from ll.uk 11.114 11 Several from this pluce attended the Caah on h.nl Mil 3J T Cheek., inl other c.li ltewa funeral or little Delhi Evaleue Whitak-e- r aUuklUK Ilouav, Furniture aud on Friday Nov. 19, in Madison Co. 1I.OIO 0u Flxtutea She mils a daughter of Mr nnd Mrs. Toul. tiOl, IX Henley Whitaker. I.I.VHII.ITIKS. I M.K 00 Mr. and Mrs. Kemp Walker arc re. Cl'ltal Moi'k !.M In, m c.b. . .... T.IOi 10 KurplU' Fund jolcing over the arrival of a baby girl UtmlTltlrft rrufit. !. .I'liir url Isle. Nov, 15th Hiid has ben christened .ul'lvrl to check I vi.uji 21 Time He i.lta....... IJJI Hi 1KI.S70 n I'ii.lMIlljud. .. tl () illlla arll . u Other Ll.blltile. not or TIIK. Garrard Bank Trust PAINT LICK Mr. Lewis Guyn spent the past week hunting near Mallory Springs. Mrs. Tom Logaden and daughter sient Wednesday in Itichmond. Try our Hour. It is guaranteed to please. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mr. Harry Francis has returned from a delightful hunting trip in Laurel Co. Mr. Conn Asher of Livingston, was the guest of friends for the Week-enMr. John White of Nicholasvllle has been the guest of Mr, and Mrs. It, G, Woods. Mrs. Siutley Hughes and son of Lancaster were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J, L. Francis the past week. Prof. G. M. Waterbury went to Nichulasville Friday to attend the . S lll Illi 111.1100 r miy of stove bend. . . I.UA SI ltior( the Condition HIK oAUK;-iiiur- uun Hig-gin- 30-1- I Sl'l.iK 17 Slat, ot Keiitiit kr, Comity of fla.rrsrd.8ct. We.ll K Mrltiiberla and J. W. Kllnure Treat-den- t and Ca.hter of die ahoti turned Malik do aolemnljr aHear that the al.ite atatemeut true to the beat of our know ledse and belief. U.K. McKoberla, 1'reaiileul. Bllbacrtbed andaworll to tiefore mo tlilafotll dajr uf .Nov Will H. lltij.JT. Notary I'llblle. Mjr roinoil.. alon exlrea F.bruary lu, lla. Toul OK Hunk Or limntMille OK IIUHINKMH i J i. . Klmore.Caihler. ll. duliiK liuilu.aa al tun 11 of llrjraulavlll., Couuljr of (lairard, Stale of Kentucky, AT TIIK VUmK ON Till: uimoToM: K. U. Markabury, V. A. Lear, W. II. Brown. BUCKEYE 1 I, ,. 11 ,,. . I 11 ..... b l'J., ll,. d. byspepsia Tablets ' Miss Jessie B. Itay sient last WedItaina... WiO Uaukliiit llouan, Kurullur.aud nesday night with Miss Coilmu Hay. Klutlllia wo to Mrs. Lizzie WBlker was with her Total t U.0.V7 17 brother, Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Hill last ixuuums, week. iti. lU.lxO 10 MIjs Nancy Long and brother, Perry Capital Htoak l'M ... In eaab I.VjO 00 ...mw. nuiiiiu. s uiiua. . ITlWlH. were the guest of Miss Agnes Miles UUlllvldeal Use4 Ie. N .7 aa aud Sunday, permit auhlmloehiwk tn&B su Time Driwill. Bti 00 Genuine Kanawbu Salt is the best .:?7 30 Ullla 1'ayabt. JUOU) ..... for curing meat. Total Hudson, Hughes & Furnau, M.047 II 8TAT15 OK KUNTUOKV. I Miss Elsie Whlttsker has returned COUNTY OKIIAIlllAKIIi ... , Wa. u C llyuker. home after a visit with friends and and 1, tl. Ca.blerof the aUit. uained llauk do relatives at this place. aulemnly a.ear that Ilia abnro atatemaiit It to the beat of our kuowleds and baltal. Hev. D, F. Sebastaln will preach lru O.O. Hacker, frsildaut. here Saturday afternoon at 2:30 P. M. J.C. WiLUtua, Csiblar. 11 o'clock. Bubaerlbed aud aworn to before fie thll 34th and Sunday morning at day of Nor lms. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Naylor are "the 1. Hot an Mallard, Notary l'ublto. proud parents of a eon bo rued Nov. 9. MyCoutntaelou tiplrea r.bM, ItlS, ' . . . teachers convention. Messrs E. C. McWhorter and It. . 10th day of Nov 1915 Estridge were visitors in Lexington and Harrodsburg the past week ICKHOUHUKH. Mr. Woods Walker left Saturday for fiali.aliil lllttuituit. I IJJSISI Oterdrafta aecured and uu.aarel m w.i Columbia Tennessee, where the Nation .,. t.uau M I'utt iruui lunka is being Caabouuaud l.syi si al Fox Hunters Association Uheeke aud other ea.li held. Miss Ilelle Denny returned Wedyes-da- y tu her home in Stanford after a stay of several weeks with Miss Estill Walker. Miss Jcauette EMrldge entertained a few friends informally on Saturday evening in honor of Misses Mitchell und Whitley of Eldorado 111. Sick headache, biliousness, piles and bad breath are usually causal by lnu tivo bowels. Get A box of llcxall Orderlies. They act gently and effectively. Cold only by us at 10 cents. R. E. McRsbsrts a.