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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 7, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916090701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 7, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 $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. 1 1 THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE REUGWh, UNI A RNI8HED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTT SEVENTH TEAR LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 7. 1916. NUMBER 23. wmmmmnimMMmmsmmm snog Hand Us That S. CHAMPION SILO BUILDER. REV. S. H. POLLITT Transferred To Olher Fields. VVAQOHSI If you are thinking about buying a Farm Wagon you cannot afford to miss seeing the many good points In the Mr. Charlie Polndexter, the champion Hale Ties for snip. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. alio builder and prominent citizen of Marcellus, passed through our city yesTho road tu success Is paved with terday, with n force of about twenty good advertisement. men an I several wagon loads of alio Our flour Is guuranteed to please you forma, on his way to Silver Creek where he is to erect two huge concrete or money back. Hudton, Hughes & Farnau. alios for Mr. Jonas Wagers of that aectlon. Charlie ia one of our valued Northern and IlomeGrown Recleaned subscribers and stopped long enough yesterday to "hand us that dollar." Seed Itye. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. All the vfaliora to cur town remark upon how prettv the I'ark la and upon what an improvement it is. Lime in bairels. Ilydratrd lime in sacks. I.lme preventa disease.. Use plenty of it around tl.r house and Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Rev. W. I I.acy. of Walton, Ky. in ia In- Owensboro Wagon For Draft, Service and Durab!lity, this wagon gives the best of satisfaction. We have a number of satisfied customers using this wagon. Gome and let us explain. an assisting Itev. Frank Tinder teresting protracted meeting at Hubble, The attendance has been good and much interest is being shown. A man in a neighboring town while on the way to borrow liist neighbors paper waa struck by lightning and instantly killed. A warning to the wise ahould be aumcient. Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. There are many striking examples of the value of good roads. Wherever roads have been permanently improved it is found that there lias been a very great Increase In value of tic adjacent property. Fourteenth Annual KENTUCKY State FAIR LOUISVILLE WORLD'S September 11-1- 6, 1916 HORSE SHOW Daily Trotting, Pacing and Running Races GREATEST SADDLE Grand Military Clean and Glassy Midway Pageant and Athletic Toumim.nl, Stupendous Decorated Automobile Parade for Prize Great Fraternal Gathering for Friday of Fair Week Livestock Thursday and Free Auction Sale of Pure-Bre- d Friday Mr. William I toys ton, one of the best judgea of atock in the county, and a well known and prominent farmer of the eastern section, bought last week of John Wiley, two mule colts, for which he paid $105, and 3 cclvcs that cost him $100. He also purchased three mule colts of J. 11. Woods for $240, and the only requisite is a fitness to fill it one of Stirling Davia for $80, a nice and our schools are the greatest aid to the acquiring of this fitness. See that one of William Marahbanka for $100. your children attend school regularly Educated minds in these days can and keep up with their work and you best meet life'a requirements. Hence not only help them, but their teachers it is that parents are anxious to give and the community in which they live. their sons and daughters every advantage of discipling their minds that GOOD PRICES REALIZED ia so freelv meted out in our public At Hasfiden Brothers Stock Sale. schools, and that auspicious time dawn when our High School hold forth The farm and stock sale of Haselden opportunities as never beforo for young Brothers which took place at the farm ladies and gentlemen to acquire a good on the Stanford road last Friday practical education for every day use brought out one of the largest crowds at a very amatl expense. ever seen at a Bale in the county. a large family. We are all interested in each other'a wel ev- fare, cr ahould be. A ery-mafor- - himself policy means ruin for any community. It means retrogression and failure. The first lesson that any family must learn is that to be happy and aucceasful is unity and mutual assistance. The same applies to the business life of a town and the more generally it is obeyed the more abundant will be tho town's prosperity. Stand by each other and patronize the home folks. A town ia like After four years of successful work with the Methodist church here and where he has made many friends, Itev. S. II. I'ollitt will preach his farewell sermon next Sunday morning at his local church. In the evening a Union service will be held at the School Audi torium, In which every cnurch in the city has been asked to participate. Mr. I'ollitt and his estimable family, where SCHOOL OPENED MONDAY. ever they may go, will carry with them the best wishes of everyone In this Our school opened Monday under the community, where they are so well most favorable auspices. The audi- known and loved. torium was filled with pupils, patrons and friends. Itev. F. M. Tinder opened the exercises with prayer and PROMOTORS Itev. II. S. Hudson gave the Itiblical Think Dick's River Dan Will Famish reading. Short talks were made by Messrs Cochran, Tinder, Ileazley, Dr. Enough Electric Power For Slate. Amon and the new Superintendent. I'rof. 1. H. Hopkins. The attendance Judge J. G. Greenleaf and Hon L. R. waa splendid for the first day and has Herringlon, of Richmond were in been increasing daily. Harrodsburg this week looking after The students, Individually and cotheir interest in the Dick's river dam llectively, speak in highest terms of project. They have just completed a I'rof. Hopkins and his methods of diamond drill operution to ascertain the teaching, and this atone is one great character of the sub stratum of the step forward, to have so soon, gained river bed, taking out the core, or the good will of those whose future borings, as the shaft was sunk. lives and destinies he will yield such a It develops that the river fljws above a power. The able board of trustees have set solid rock foundation extending down tho wheels in motion and it is now left 200' feet, which msKes the proposed with the citizens of our county as to dam site an ideal one. This is the last whether it shall continue to moru and of a great number of tests extending become an important factor for good over a period or six years to determine conclusively the feasibility of the In this community. The High School is the best equipped of any graded project, nnd the promoters are satisfied with every test. It is estimated that school of ita size in the state. The opportunities for your chidren are prof the plant when completed will be able fered freelv and it is yours to accept to furnish 2,800 horse power the year them with profit. Every boy and girl around, or practically enough electric power to furnish light and power for n this world has a place they can suc cessfully fill. The place is here and the whole state. Danville Advocate EDISON Lifelong Place your Order for a .WE KillfffffAt SUPERIOR AND HOOSIER ' PLAINT THE SEED FOR THE mm VIDE.VIDE Wheat Drill See our line of WORLD I 1 Studedaker Wagons. Blizzard Feed Cutters. Gasoline Engines. Haselden Lancaster. - Bros., Kentucky Wholesale and Retail Hardware. 8 m FOR WILSON Republican And Ardent Supporter Of Rooserelt Now Strong For Wilson. IHf his intention to In announcing support and work for the of Woodrow Wilson.'Thomas A. Edison, lifelong Republican and ardent supporter of Theodore Roosevelt, dictated the following: "Not since I860 has any campaign made such s direct call on Simon-pur- e Americanism. The times are too serious to talk or to think in terms of ReDemocracy. publicanism Real or Americans must drop parties and get down to big fundamental principles. More than any other President in my memory Wilson has been faced by a succession of tremendous problems, any one of which decided the wrong way would have had disastrous conse ao far quences. Wilson s decisions have not got us into any serious trouble nor are they likely to. He has given us peace with honor. This talk about the United States be ing despised is nonsense. Neutrality is a mighty trying policy, but back of it are international law, the rights of humanity and the future of civilization. "Roosevelt was my choice. He has had experience and Is one of the best d of Americans, but the Republican party would not have him. Therefore I am for Wood- row Wilson." We will start you in business for your self. We are one of the largest companies in the business and growing faster than any other. Ours is the only sanitary line on the market, so is easier to sell. Valuable territory free at present No capital, just a team and wagon. Those interested write if ai1I6U Aarla AGood Reliable every in Man County in Ky. :: :: H FURST & THOMAS, Freeport, OR L. D. CARTER, Nicholasville, Illinois, Ky. :: a :: a :j a Reduced R. R. Rates Suite 604 Republic Bldg. --$4- 0,000 in Premiums Louisville, AddreM W. J. GOOCH, Secretary Kentucky Auctioneer Capt. A. M. Bourne seemed at his best on this occasion and by his hard work and good judgment of the value of stock, the prices realized were satisfactory to his employers. The farm waa not sold, although a genuine bid of $120 an acre was offered. Capital $50.000. Surplus $5O.0Q0. WATER PURE AT GRADED Reliable Directors. Efficient Officers. Strong Vaults. Here is a combination hard to beat. Best of all, our BIG AIM is the protection of YOUR interests. It is a poor rule that will not work both ways, and we know that our business thrives only when we do our level, honest best for you. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Offlce Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. SCHOOL. Samples of the water from the cis tern used at the Graded School were submitted to the Experimental Station at Lexington, also to the State Board of Health at Bowling Green, both in COKE FOR SALE. stitutions reporting that they found no Coke is best for tobacco curing. evidence whatever of pollution and pro Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. nounced it pure. ELECTION OF OFFICERS. THINKS HUGHES Saturday. Seotember 9th.. ia the an HAS A CHANCE. nual election of officers of the W. C. T. U. All members are urged to be Mr. W. T. West, one of our promi present at 3 o'clock. nent local Republicans, had a seat on the platform at tho Hughes rally at Lexington last Tuesday and tella us BEAZLEY- - SUTTON. that one of the largest political gather The marriage of Miss Nellie Ileaztey ings he ever attended was on hand that to Mr. Green Sutton was solemnized in day. Mr. West has been the leader of this city last Thursday afternoon at the his party in this county for several residence of Itev. F. M. Tinder, the years and is of the old line type. We ceremony being performed by Mr. don't think much of his political proph Tinder. ecies however, for he tells us that Hughes looks like a winner. NICE SHEEP Mr. A. D. Uradsliaw, proprietor cf the Meadow llrook Sti.ck Farm, is the WELL IMPROVED. owner of the choiciest Southdown sheep The farm of B. F. Itobinson, located we have seen la year. He has shipped recently tome extra nice lambs to on the Lancaster and Danville pike in dilTcreiit parts of the state, getting Boyle county is offered for sale in this issue, the sale to take place on Wid from $15. to $25. for them. nesday September 20th. , is said to be one of the most productive farms in BIG OWL. that section, beside being one of the Land adjoining Frank Land began to miss his best Improved ones. chickens and decided to catch the thief, this farm has recently sold around the The thief was an owl who was making two hundred dollar mark and if ' the nightly visits to his chicken house and purchaser gets this one for much less this bird is said to be the largest of its her will have a bargain. Mr. Itobinson kind ever seen here. It measured four tells us the farm wilt positively be sold. feet ten inches from tip to tip. OF LANCASTER. KY. B. F. HUDSON. President J. J. WALKER, Vice Prest. W. O. P.igney, Ass't Cash'r. Joe J. Walker, Jr., W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. r. e Citizens National Bank CIRCUIT COURT :SPANISH Rapidly Cleared, CAKE. RAISIN POUND. Cfl STILL IN SESSION And r m 30 Docket Being Grand Jury Busy. Notice To The Public. I have moved my stock of goods GOOD FARM AND Buggies Old Hickory Wagons Buggy Harness Wagon Harness Plow Gear Collars Collar Pads Back Bands Buggy Whips Stoves and Ranges Paints and 'Oils Pumps Guaranteed n ii ii III til Circuit Court which convened here about ten days ago, with Judge Hardin in the bench and acting Commonwealth Attorney J. E. Robinson and County Attorney, G. G. Walker, looking after the the interest of the commonwealth, docket is being rapidly cleared and violators of the law are Deing convicted with heavy fines and jail sentences. The following cases have been disposed of ur to time of goiig to press; Bill Miller charged with breach of the peace a compromise was made and he was fined $20 and costs. Will Leavell for malicious cutting got $50 and costs, Will Ball, breach of the peace, $50 and 25 days in jail; Jess Guest, charged with stealing, was found not guilty; Sam Davis, charged with shooting Sam Short, got off with a fine of $50 and 10 days jail sentence; the jury hung in the case of Newton Davis charged with chicken stealing; Forest Eden, carry' Ing concealed a deadly weapon, drew a $100 fine and a jail sentence of ten days Gloss Smith, U. S. L. was fined $75 and Mag Smith charged with same offense, was fined $100. Ed Andeison on the same charge was given ten days and fined $00; Frank Davis, charged with C. V. D. W. got off with a $50 fine and ten days. Wilbert Locicer, for shooting cn highway, fined $50; Frank Davis pleaded guilty to furnishing liquor to a minor, and was gived a $50 fine, and in addition waa fined $75 and coats for shooting on the public highway. Sam Davis, chargad on to count 'with furnishing liquor to minors was $50 in each case; Willie Bell Pollard charged with assaulting Bessie Turner, was fined $25 and costs. After being in session for four days the Grand Jury returned fourteen indictments and ad- into w the adjoining building and will be there during the time that my store is being remodeled. I wish to thank my customers for all past favors and to assure them that they will receive the same courteous treatment as heretofore. We will be a little crowded, but my stock will be kept up as formerly. Phone 20. r o m o O r a z c z 00 m AJ m n ii ! w Theo Currey. O See Border of "Ad" for Names of Cakes. II II II II II MUCH INTEREST. The protracted meeting which will begin at the Christain chutch on Sun day, September 24th., la being looked forward to with much interest. Rev. C. S. llrooks, will be the evangelist in charge and a singer of note will con' duct the music during the entire mtet ting which will probably laat for sev DOGS WORST ENEMY OF SHEEP INDUSTRY. WIIOHJ H103U0 J.S H d3 2 Steel and Galvanized Roofing. Fllntoid Felt Rootling RubberTires, the best money can buy, ALL GUARANTEED Let us Shoe your Horse. eral weeks. ENJOYABLE CARD PARTIES. W. J. ROMANS. I .5 Laacaster, Ky. 4 The hospitality of two attractive Lexington atrret homes was extended to friends last week when Miss Joan Mount entertained In honor of her sister, Mrs. T, M. Wilson, of Bowling Green and when Miaa Angle Klnnalrd entertained ia honor of Mrs. Alfred Both houses Brent, of Lexington. were beautifully decorated In cut flowers and delightful menus were served, bridge being the enjoyable game at both places. In some parts of Kentucky, there are practically no drawbacks to the Bheep industry. The lambs are in the main marketed so early that the stomach worm nan very little show. The dog is, no doubt, the greatest oh Steele with which the sheep man has to contend; however, there are farmers who have had po losses from dogs In yearj. The dogs do more damage to flocks which are pastured near the small towns of the State, and in some regions cause terimc losses. A little attention on the part of the farmer to tht ewe flock, together with more stringent dog laws, would ml tlgate a great deal of the loss caused by dogs. An animnl such as the sheep, journed to meet again next Friday. which Is profitable In spite of neglect. and In spite of the dogs, surely deserves FOR RENT. a small percentage of the amount of Romans Opera House, on Richmond attention ordlnarly given to less prof street Apply to O. C. Walker. (table animal. Preparedness We are prepared for the opening Books and School of School. Supplies In plenty. Books can be sold ONLY FOR 'CASH. WcRobertsDrugStore The Central Record, Thursday Sept. 7 KENTUCKY NEWS CUT TO THE QUICK FOR BUSY READERS Lexington hna marked by a tablet, the site of a blockhouse built there In 1779. 19 Id uncle Mr. Dock Simpson and Mn. Simpson, Miss Jewell Prullt spent the week Messrs Ambtose Calico and John end with Miss Mattic Bolton. Land nnd Miss Mattic Calico nttended Misses Lcota and Roberln Ray are the Tates Creek association nt Wnco Visiting relatives In Frankfort. Tuesday and Wednesday of list week. Quito a number from here attended the Nicholasville Fair last week. IJUENA VISTA Mrs. Walker of Lancaster han been Mrs. Irvln lllakeman spent the week here with Mr. and Mrs. Kemp Walker. Miss Lena Hoi Ion was a guest of Miss end with her parents near Bourne. Miss Mary limner Is visiting her Elizabeth Walker last Tuesday night. Key. I). F. Sebastin is conducting a cousin Miss Mae Van Trees at Burgln. Master Chester Evans of Danville la series of meetings nt PleasHtit Hill. Mr nnd Mrs Hugh Kurtz and children the guest of his grandmother Mrs V. S. The three regiments of the Ken tucky National Guard have been Iran' ferred to the Mexican border for trot duty. Geo. Dean was shot and Instantly sjient h art of the past week in Mercer Evans. killed by A. L. Crabtree at Cozton,1 Mrs. Ben Mullins who has been quite near Harlan. The trouble arose over, Rev. Keliaslin will fill his regular III with typhoid fever continues about a ball game which was In progress. Appointments at Buckeye Saturday nnd the snme. Secretary of War Newton T. Ilaker Sunday. Miss Dora Eason is spending a few has accepted an Invitation to deliver Lime, sand, cement, rock screenings. days with her father E. A. Eason of an address at a Democratic celebrabrick, sand, etc., for sale by Hudson, Lexington. tion In Louisville, September 29. Hughes Farnau. Miss Florence Christopher attended With the reconvening of the schools Miss Julia Mae Walker of Danville Quarterly meeting nt Mt. lleaula SatCommissioner of Agriculture Cohen has been visiting her couiin Miss urday nnd Sunday. plans to rigidly enforce the provisions of the child labor law. Mandates of Elizabeth Walker. Mr. and Mrs. James Christopher the law, he says, must be fulfilled. Missel Helen and Lucile Stapp have visited Mr Fount Myers and family of George ningliam, who was propriebeen pleasant guests of Miss Mary Danville last Friday. tor of the llogwallow Kcntucklan, has Kurtz during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. II. S. Christopher spent newspaper at ton. He will come from Sewanec .Mistarted a Mesirs Hugh Kurtz, D. F. Sebastin Sunday in Lexington as the guest of Mayflcld, his home. It Is named the litary Academy at Scwanee, Tcnn., and .Smllie Hill, Mr and Mrs. Smith Mrs B. It. McConn andamlly. Mayfleld Times. and assume his duties at once. nttendeu the Tates Creek association The first case of Infantile paralysis wneeirlght win be tne name of a Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Jennings nnd son Tuesday. reported In Taylor County proved new mining town to be established on Charles T. of Lancaster are with Mrs daughter of the left fork of Heaver Creek, on the fatal to tho Miss Bessie Simpson who had her Nannie Jennings and fnmily for a few LOWKLL Mahan. John ItogeVs, who resides near new branch of the H. & O., now bear.kle broken and was otherwise serious daw. Mr. Lige I! ay and family and Mr, ing rapidly constructed. The town Is Miss I.ula Simpson un the recipient ly injured whn thrown from n horse Several people of this place attended An organized effort was begun at named In honor of Jcre H. Whcclrlght, Walter Grow attended the NicholasvilW recovering slowly. of a post card shower her birthday Sep. j"0'""1 vrrkt "K" court in Richmond Monday Within thirty Fair Wednesday. Mlddlesboro to land one of the Gov. millionaire capitalist. ,,, '' ...! fl.I- - I ma iiflnv event .win tunng Miss Lucile Spratt of Lancaster is iiu. ernment armor plate plants for that days. It Is believed, Whcclrlght will Master liurnette Sanders has returned QUNNS CHAPEL. city. Full data of the natural re- have n population of from 1,000 to to Crab Orchard after n visit to his visiting her sister Mrs. Richard Brown. brightness and cheer and aid In for V getting the long hours of pain and sources 61 that section will be sub- j 3,000, grand mother Mrs. Hiram Kay Sirs. T. R. Kuhlman has been III for weariness she has Department orders have stopped fur-- ' Mr. Wesley Siinpton has purchased n undergone for the mitted to the Nnvy Department. Our flour is guaranteed to pleose you several days hut is better at thi: past few mon'hs. new Ford car. General Ilasll Duke, Louisville, ther withdrawals of the troops from writing. -- or cavalry leader, the Kentucky National Guard. Stu or money back. famous Conferedate Mr. nd Mrs. Dock Simpson were in aems wno nail planned to resume Hudson, Hughes & Farnnu. Mrs. E. E, White Is in Lexington for ho underwent the amputation of a Richmond Monday. BOURDON POULTRY CURE their studies this utumn under a pro- - Mr. and Mrs. Minor Corman visit to her daughter Mrs. Dovie foot In a hospital In New York, was and Mr. Cecil Humphrey has been very to lb drtoklnff ratr sign mvtx baby ' reported as doing as well as could bci Richardson. ill but Is improving. returned Louisville Mikis Him Ly Amazingly rcJ'n "10 colors, and even withdraw. a visithaveher sister toMrs. Oscar after Mrs. II. Davis and expected. to Kay. I als Marvin, n little son of Mr. and Mrr. J. Master Sler ', women becauc of dependent relatives no lurr kwup, (oUlt, lbolra, Kentucky have arranged ,., bc pcrmttcil, The uncx. fckk-iLimtorntck iTornU Louis McCulley has ill. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Arnold and baby ing Lugene were the guests of Mrs. On 50c twttl tntlf 12 or Lexington and demonstration ,,,,, , atttU(Je of h d spent a few days last week with Mr. Jim Lee Sunday. rallont ot mnltrlna. At dniff Mrs Josinh McCulley was n guest of Winchester at the opening of the , partment waa une jpIa,nC(,, ftinf )Tniilpotpl4. ValuMrs. Muse Ray Wednesday, and Mrs Wesley Walker at Danville. able poult rr took frr. Mrs. W L. Howe and her mother Itepubllcan and Democratic cam- UncIo ob a, tno fjler of I0QH0UCIUCTCO. LufeiliMl. Mist Lena Hollon was a guest of Mns were the guests last Wednesday of Mr, palgns, September 5 and 9, rcspec- chijrcri, and one of tho wealthiest Miss Ruth Kay has returned to Dec-tThelina Simpson Sunday night. 111, after spending Sold by J. R. Moant,$on & Co. her vacation and Mrs. WM llurte Sr. find most nrtlvp ntil men In tho tnnnn. W. L. Petty, president of tho Lex- tains, has returned to his home near with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Mike Mrs. John Land is in Cincinnati and Miss Elizabeth Richardscn of Lexington Bonded Storage Warehouse Whltesburg from a horseback trip to Kay. New Port for n two weeKsrisit. ngton is visiting her aunt Mrs. Anna Company, has authorized the construe- - .Mt. Sterling, nearly luO miles, where Mrs. Win. Fain wns a guest of her Mr. and Mrs. John Sanders and Miss Brown, and attending the revival at of a brick warehouse In Lexing he took a large drove of young cattle. tlon daughter Mrs. Joe Ray recently. ton with a capacity for S.00O hogs- He celebrated his 92nd birthday at his Minnie Sanders of Lancaster were Mt. Tabor. Mrs. V. L, Howe nnd children Miss Mavme Calico attended Teachers heads of tobacco. remarkably quaint old home, back on guests of Mr. and Mrs. Koy Sanders returned to their home in Richmond Institute ut Richmond last week. Ambassador Gerard has notified the the headwaters of Itockhouse creek, Thursday. state department In Washington that In Letcher county. Messis Hugh Kurtz. Smilic Hill. Friday after a weeks visit to friends Miss Wilmn Ray was a guest of Miss Strong measures of retaliation Ambrose Calicn, and Miss Muttie Calico nd relatives in this vicinity. Germany has Issued an order absoCatarrh means inflammntinn Jessie B, Ray Sunday and Monday, lutely prohibiting the Importation of against Great Hrltain on account of attended the Tates Creek association Inflammation is the stnmntinn at Mewrs S. C. Henderson, S. P. Davis Seed Wheat, totobacco. This cuts off a very profita- the embargo shutting American of blood the Rprginp; of the quality.Hudsun, Rye and Barley of fine Waco Tuesday. nd other republicans of this place Hughes & Farnau. ble market for the export type of Ken- bacco out of Germany and Austria, Should bc Engraved or LiiLuiuuuu wiwi impure Diooa. motored to Lexington Tuesday to hear Master Earl Ray has returned to his tucky, Tennessee and Virginia. thus causing an estimated loss this Miss Thelma Simpon will return to Of course you can't be well under Embotsed Dowadays. the speech of Justice Hughes. Secretary H. M. Taylor, of tho year of $10,000,000 to tobacco growers home in Decatur III, after n visit ofi mis condition. It means, bcidaches, llirea to resume her studies next week. indigestion, kidney trouble, coughs, Morgan's Men Association, has Issued of Kentucky, Virginia and Tennessee, several months with his parents Mr. New Crop Crimson, Red Clover, Miss Scott of Jessamine was a guest It reflects good taste and a call for the annual reunion of tho are proposed in an amendment to the and Mrs. .Mike Ray. vie Clover. Timothy, and Ky. Blue Grass of Miss Mary Ellen Burton for the week association (o he held at olympian general revenue bill which Senator Til Seed, Orchard Grass Highest test sat once creates a favorable Mrs. Houston Gulley and daughter end. -By tuning JiZ."Z, Cl Kentucky, Introduced In the springs, September 6, 7 and 5, Instead X Miss Barbara, attended tho funeral of only, Hudson, Hughes & Farnau, impression. Dailey of Missel Iter and Annie nutrition In" of September 12, 13 and It, as pre- senate. Invigorate me print of a bloody hand on a Mr. Tom Cotton at the Gileod church The revival services which are in cresses the circulation,wajte matter the McCreary spent the week end with viously announced. system, removes the Suppose you come and see ud Miss Allen Hurt. pool room wall and blood stains on a in Madison Co, Tuesday. progress at Mt. Tabor Baptist Church btlgbtcni you up. Work on the extension Xi't the More- - pool table at High Bridge have sohed the man Seautiful samples are attended by large crowds both Mrs. John Bogie of Lancaster was n & .sorrow railroad, from lied Head Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter and family the mystery of the disappearance of gu-- t moming and evening and grout interest of MeuUmes Joili McCulley and w ine to Ljjnox, Ky, has been resumed we have and get our prices, Of service to the public entitles It to a Samuel V. Bedford, a prominent Lex- and Mr J. P. Prather attended a birth- is being manifested. Allen Teatei last week. and the contractors say the road will ington Insurance man who dropped out day dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs puce wan you. tilled his Rev. J. G. Ragan last be completed by December 1st. This of sight while on a trip to High Bridge Oscar Hendrcn in Madison Co, Sunday was hostess at an Mrs. Jas. Butner appointment of the conference )ear at road will open the largest coal and February IS. Mr. Bedford was murelegant dining last Sunday for the The many friends and relatives of following guests Misses Lell Coldiron, The Peruna Compsny Columbus. Ohio timber fields in Eastern Kentucky. the Methodist church here Sunday. dered because he was thought to bc lou can get Pcruna In tablet form While on his way to Lexington to a United States Marshal. His assail- Miss Katie Mae Dickersjn are sorrv to and Georgia Dillion and Messrs Robt .Mr. Wrn, Simpson of Denver. Colofor concnience. hear of her serious illness at the home Reynolds and Leslie Parsons. secure a job, John Galllgan, 16 years ants are alleged bootleggers. rado, was here Friday the guest of his old, of Cincinnati, fell from the bump of mother Mr3. Mary Dickerson at The Kentucky State Fair manageers of a train on which he was steal- ment has announced awards number- Richmond. ing a ride and was badly mangled. ing 6,012, aggregating In preMr. and Mrs. B. Ray, Mr. and Mrs. One leg was cut off near the hip and miums, which will be distributed durthe foot of the other leg severed. ing the fourteenth annual fair to be J. M. Amon and son James R. Mrs. Robert Long, Willie P. and Frarcis Mose Wall, who operates a farm on held In Louisville, September tho border ot, Simpson and Logan The Legislature appropriated $15,000 Long and Miss Linda Locker attended counties. Is doubtless the largest to- ot this amount and the remainder was thj Fair at Nicholasville Wednesday. bacco grower south of I.oulsvle, hav- 'added by the State Fair Board and Mr. R. W. Sanders anil family. Mr. ing 175 acres of the weed. The tocitizens. Each day bacco Is of the broad leaf variety, and during the fair an average of 1.102 and .Mrs. Ii. Ray, Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Amon and son James R. Mr. and Mrs. Is said to bo the finest grown In the awards will be made. Alleging that his reputation as a Robert Long, Willie P. and Frances tno counties In years. Fred Link, Chief of l'ollce of Paris, business man and his milk business Long, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Noel, Mrs. was arrested by Patrolman George have been damaged In the sum of Sallie Bogie, Misses Lizzie Bogie and Judy, charged with violation of a city $5,000, becauso ot statements mado Ellen Coy motored to Crab Orchard ordinance prohibiting the parking of concerning the milk he sold to Hen Sunday. automobile on Main street. He was derson families, Otto J. Hoffman, milk fined to and costs, which was suspend- dealer, filed tult against Dr. W. W ed upon the Chief promising to be WlltonTho plaintiff alleges that the Physician fierted In the homes of more careful In the future. among1 HUSBAND several fitmllles that IHne RESCUED Kentucky's right to jurisdiction over members was due to the milk used. the waters of tho Ohio river between Lofs of trade followed. this state and Indiana Is upheld In a DESPAIRING WIFE Charles Lstes, alleged hiuonshmer. I decision handed down In Louisville by who was arrested In Creen county by Judge William II. Field. Judge Field federal officers, Is happy and contentheld valid an act of the recent general ed, nevertheless. It is charged Kstes assembly prohibiting fishing with a was nt work at hit still when placed After Four Tears of Discouraging telno In tho waters of the Ohio. under arrest. "I was never so satisfied Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Ilasry G, Dlckcrson, Assistant Post- In all my life." said r being Up in Despair. Husband master at Glasgow, has been arrested locked up at Jail. "The arrest wasn't by Federal officers, charging him with so pleasant, and I've hail a hard time Came to Rescue. having taken $1,000 In currency from with you fellows, but haven't ever malls. It Is said that ho con- before had a ride in an automobile or tho Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter fessed. His arrest caused a sensation one lu a train, and I've learned a lot from this place, Mrs. Bettie Bullock because of his standing In the com- morc'n I ever expected I'd learn." GOOD writes as follows : "I suffered for four GOOD munity, being Identified with church To look at tho residence of a formr years, with womanly troubles, and during work. president In Cincinnati, 0 is a costly That tho Kentucky School for tho thing, Bryon Tajlor, of Lagrange, Ky. this time, I could only sit up for a littlo mind Is In a position to teach tho will aver. Br) on nrrlted there and while, and could not walk anywhere at adult blind a trade by which they can soon met two anilahlo fellows, who all. At times, I would have severe pains earn a living, was brought home to suggested n stroll. Bryon. a In my left side. Frankfort people when John Grimes, gazed In admiration. Seelug the farThe doctor was called In, and his treata young man of that city, returned mor was In n good humor, hid "friends" ment relieved me for a while, but I was home after a two weeks' Btay at the suggested a penny matching game again. After home, able to make brooms, mop and Tho old man was to win. One of tho soon confined to my bed that, nothing seemed to do mc any good. cane chairs. to be odd all of the I friends happened had Rotten so weak I could not stand, Mrs. Ithoda Law son, 97 years old, time, and soon Bron lott his roll of despair. Is a pupil at a moonlight school organ$18. He requested the police to re- and gave up in ized at Itlchardson school, near At last, my husband got me a bottle ol cover It. by G. L. Crume, the moon, Cardui. the woman's tonic, and I com r.. in . .1,0 Mot, light school supervisor. Mrs. Lawson hrouuhout the rural lections of tho menced taking It. From the very first has attended the school before. Last mountains, farmers are generally pre- - dose, I could tell it was helping me. I jcar Itlchardson school was awarded paring to organize wheat growers' as- - can now walk two miles without Its ona of the Stato prizes by the Illiter. soclatlons, Many of tho farmers of tiring me, and am doing my work." acy Commission, Kastcrn Kcntmky will sow wheat this f you are all run down from womanly Frankfort stands a good chance of propose to be trnuhles. don't oive ud In desnair. Try lauding a million dollar oil refinery, fall. Mllllnc concerns any Cardui, the woman's tonic. It has helped according to a letter received by C. F, In readiness to exchange flour for can ho grown, more than a million women, in its SO Dunn, secretary of tho Frankfort amount of wheat that asslstli.g the farmers In eon years ot wondenui success, ana 6nouia It must be decided which of these teams is the best as they recently fought a battle of 13 has Chamber of Commerce, from David and are too. centratlng thc'.r efforts upon wheat surely help you, years. Vour druggist what I.. Mtllck, one of the directors of tho He knows innings leaving a score 4 and 4. sold Cardui for growing. In n.any of tho it will do. Ask him. He will recom- Mellck Heflnlug Company, a corpora- way sections of the mountains, flour Is menlj ( liegin taking uaraui toaay. tion which Is seeking a location for ioiu ai i iv V uurrei auu vonuuuea the plant. HVi to: Chilli noon M'Jklns Co., LadlM to adl&u.'t. Aivltnrv IVbt.. Chittinuuira. Itnn.. fur Sfrcnl ' 'Horn I I I ft m state Hoard of Forestry re election 3. E. tlarton, State Forester, for a term of four years. The board authorized him to distribute trees from the State nurseries to be plantfd on the public highways. This dlstrl button It ftee to property owners who will take care of the trees. Governor Stanley has designated Judge W. A. Young, of Morehead, to preside at the hearing of tho contest case of A. J. Kirk, of Cntntsvlilc, against Firm D. Sampson, of Harbourvlllc. Kirk Is contesting the election of Sampson as the Hepubllran nominee for Appellate Judge In the Seventh district. u. ii. saundrrs, ot Lexington, whn .. I . . . t - I I - .. suiu mn rniriiiiiiiI I vici.il ...II I. rurill lu Harry J, Schlesslnger, of Milwaukee, has alo completed negotiations with the James II. Haggln estate for the 1,511 acres of famous Itluegrass land on the Itussell Cave pike. This Is the beginning ot tho disintegration ot the vast land holdings of the fam ous financier and turfman. Henry S. Darker, president ot the University of Kentucky, has received advices from Washington to the effect that First Lieutenant John C. Fairfax, Twonty-flrs- t United States Infantry, has been appointed military Instructor and commandant ot cadets In Lexing BUCKEYE Mr. It. W. Sanders was In IUchmoml Monday, Mr. A. C. Miles was in NicholasviU A THREI! YEARS' RECORD MARKSBURY Miss Elizabeth Simpson sold to Mr Pence 2 calves for $60. Seed Wheat, Rye and Barley of fine quality. Hudson, Hughes .t Karnau. TEATERSV1LLE A Test That Mast Impress Record Saturday, Three years is a long time. Horn to the wife of Jim Kelly n boy A rigid test of merit. Mls Irene Aldridge of Lancaster Is August 31st. Mr. Wright testified over three years visiting Misses Alice and Margarst Born to the wife of William Hcasley ago. loiter he savs tho results were triincis Sutton 8 son August 31st. permanent. Mrs. Nelson Bogie who has been tho Mr. Hiram Kay and family were In Can Lancaster ask for better eviguest of Mrs, Tom Chestnut returned IUchmoml Monday. dence? Miss Ellen Coy of Klrksvllle is visiting George Wright, Hotel Kengarlln home first of the week Miss Francis Long. The Mlses Sutton and Irine Aldridge Lancaster, says: "I suffered from an Mr. ami Mrs. Hubert Carter were in aching back. The kidney secretions of Lancaster Were the guests of Miss nlso bothered me, being irregular. I.llzabetli Doty Sunday. Richmond Sunday, Miss Elsie Whittaker of Klrksvllle is scanty and pninful In passage. Doan's Mr. I.ula Johnson. Misses Florence Kidney Pills, procured at K. K. and Minnie Johnson were the guests of visiting Mrs.R. W. Sanders. Mcltoberts & Son's Drug Store, re Mrs I. H. Kemper Saturday. Mrs.St.llie Bogle and daughter Lizzie moved the pains and restored my are visiting Mrs. Itobcrt Long. Rev. J. II. Mnhan andwife will leave kidneys to n normal nction." Messrs Smllie Hill ami Jim Sebastin next week lc take Mi vacation trip LASTING BENEFIT. were at the Nicholusvllle fair Thursday OVER THREE YEARS LATER, Mr. which was granted him hy the churches A. C. Miles was in Nicholusvllle anil right snid: "I hnve had no kidney .Mr. nnd Mrs II. K. Swope left last attended the sale of the late YV L. lit) trouble since giving my form week to visit Mrs S. W. Sivope of Dan ford. recommendation of Doan's Kidney ville and Mrs Geu Lucas, of Mt. Salem. Mrs. J. O. Bogie and children of Pills." Mrs. Frank Higgins and son attended Price GOc, at all dealers. Don't sim Lancaster have been visiting relatives dining given by the Miaea Higgins ply nsk for a kulney remedy ge the here. of Paint Lick in honor of Mrs. Woods Mr. A. C. Miles visited fiiends and Doan s Kidney Pills the same that Mr of Stanford Inst Thursday. Foster-Mi- l relatives at Sulvisa and Lawrenceburg Wright had recommended. burn Co.. Props., Buffalo, N."Y. The 5 year old son of Mr and Mrs last week. Bolton died of flux last week and was tt. After n visit to her sister Mrs. Oscar buried in the Fork church cemetry Ray, Miss Lillian Pierce nas returned short service at the grave by Rev. to Louisville. Readers. A FEW DROPS I . I a, I t. te) Personal Stationery fvninfl Over 44 Years It Makes Good riiii Central Record. public-spirite- Kates-afte- 1 car . loads of Building Material, Grain, Feed and Field Seeds since April 1st, this year. WHAT DID IT? We have handled over 30 ATTRACTIVE PRICES, QUALITY, MEASURE AND FAIR TREATMENT. . - 1 You will make a mistake not to call us or see us when in need of goods in our line. We interest you. - I BASE BALLSATURDAY. , ! HUSTONVILLE vs PAINT LICK at PAINT LICK - I I nJ IiutructioHl on your A TrMloxol fur Wuhkh. Mat In plAin rtpccr, book. U6-- Jcffarson 'School p0lJsThat$ COXi'lTTR TWO YKAU UK KHL. U I I II. lllk taarubklullM.I. Hut' ..ml l.rm Jsa.l. lfflarM I of bri III 'ftiUUtrl AifNsatotlruurMaJWlllori (toll hlp Kunmu. TuiU'd litrtriv. bsluijM.iu lull Uuolon Mtbiutt vt .r. wm Law. Hervey & Woods Kentucky. Paint Lick, lboawsJeUritrwt4y wfri",rit Scc't, LsuHiUt, Kr. ELLIOTT rCWEMKU. The Central Record, Thursday Sept. 7 91b 1 I 111 l Fine Farm, Mules, Horses, Cattle, and Sheep. Having decided to move my residence from Garrard County, I will, beginning promptly at ten o'clock a.m., on 0 THURSDAY, SEPT. 21st, 1916 sell my farm, four miles from Lancaster, on the Lexington pike, to the highest and best bidder. This farm contains 37 acres, more or less, with splendid improvements, consisting of eight room two in splendid repair, with good tobacco barn sufficient story frame dwelling, with all necessary to house six acres of tobacco and all well watered. The farm is well located, near good school and is in a Twenty-fiv- e acres of this land splendid neighborhood and lies near the best turnpike in Garrard County. six acres in tobacco, eight acres in hemp and the remainder in good grass. is now The farm will be sold on the following terms: $4,000.00 cash January 1st, 1917, when deed will be made and possession given. Balance on a credit of one and two years, with negotiable lien notes, bearing interest from January 1st, 1917, at the rate of six per cent. Seeding privileges will be granted to the purchaser this fall. At same time and place will sell the following personalties; including 25 acres of growing corn. 1 out-buildin- gs, in-cor- n, TERMS: (Battle. Twenty Six head of extra good Cattle, weighing 1,000 pounds; 18 yearling heifers and steers; one fat cow and one cow and calf. Mules. One pair six year old mare mules. 5 three year old mules, all broken. One four year old horse mule. Four yearling mules. Two draft mares, good workers. Implements. One good two horse wagon; one hay frame; one two horse sled; two turning plows; one five tooth plow; two double shovels; one cutting harrow; one drag harrow; one cum planter; one cultivator; one single shovel plow and numerous other articles. SHEEP. 26 head of high-grad- e ewes and one Southdown Buck. All sums of $10.00 and under cash in hand, sums over that amount payable January 1st, 1917, without interest, but secured note required. COL. I. M. DUNN, Auctioneer. Kentucky The Central Record, Thursday Sept 7, 1916. Everything CLOTHING WE for Men and Boys AND KNOWN OUR NEW FALL LINE OF SHOES, STANDARD HATS AND WELL FURNISHINGS LINES OF are now on display. We extend to you a cordial invitation to visit our store and let us show you where you can save money by trading with us. CARRY ONLY MERCHANDISE. We are exclusive local distributors of Adlers and Sein Sheimers Clothing and the Florshelm, Weber, Knox, Endicott Johnson and Nunn and Bush Shoes. Ji Logan & Anderson Bros. TheCentral Record incorporated, issued Weekly. $1.00 t a yeah. ? BEATING NATURE. s Although It Is well known that s the licit silage Is made from tho J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. lurgj crops of mature corn. It Is i Uncle Ebc.i. R.L ELKIN. Local Editor and Mfir. ?? equally well known that pood si- -la no inn lie made from Imma"A men Is Judged by de compnny he 5 keeps," salil Uncle Kbeti. "Hut you's corn or that which ha suf- ttiro Ihe I'ost Office In Kanca.ttr, Kj., Entered pot to keep de company. You nln' ! fered during the summer from Mull Matter. t dry winds. In other words, re- - t plneter be Judped by de company you $ pardlcss of tho season, tho silo $ Jes' butts Into." Member Kentucky Press Association ? Insures prosperity. So well Is ! and ? this known that farmers who Served Him Right. Eighth District Publishers League. have used tho silo nro putting ? 'I hear you've been Ashing for sev 4 up a second or a third. This Is J replied eral duys." "No," fishing the eiact ample proof that the ono who Lancaster, Ky., September 7, 1916 for fish and Individual. "I was has not yet erected a silo on his ? j devoted several days to the alleged should not further delay It farm sport without getting a bite." Rates For Political Announcements $ It may ho that some silos are better than others, but they aro For Precinct and Citv Uifiies .. .$ 5.00 Mighty Near It nil pood, nnd any silo Is betler 10.00 Por County Offices "Do you. Mr. Stncks, think that n than no silo. Therefore tho rich man can go through the eye of n tor State and District Offices.... 15.00 $ question to be decided Is not 10 that of determining what kind needle?" "I don't know. I will, howFor Calls, per line Of n silo should be built this fall. ever, admit that my lawyers havo 10 For Cards, per line dragged me through some very tmall but that of deciding absolutely For all publications in the interJ nnd definitely to build n silo nnd loopholes." Puck. est of individuals or expres$ take full advantage of a pond sion of individual views, per $ crop of corn or bo prepared Then She Wlgged Him. 10 $ line apnlnst the adversity of a poor Wife (with newspaper) It says 05 ? crop, If that H what nature has Obituaries, per line here that men grow hold because of $ determined to plvc Klmbnll's the Intense activity ,of their brains. Dairy Partner. Hull Uxnctlyt And women have no Democratic Ticket. whiskers because of the Intense ac? tit t .y t .(i ftivity of their chins. 1 Recond-Claa. a Heat.Proof Silk. Silk which Is to be used In making shades for pa and electric lamps, Is made heatproof by being trented with n chemical preparation, the base of which Is mica. Owing to Its Rarity. Sllenco Is frequently of unspeakable raluc. Judge. strong-wille- 'FIGHTING I THE HESSIAN FLY. Wanted It Loose. One day whpn little Charles, threo years old. was restless, his grandfather took him on his knees nnd pave his watch tn Charles to play with. After tugging and pulling nt the stem of the wntch for some time he finally said: "Grandpa, unbutton It." Keep Them at Farming. One of tho Jobs on tho farm, which has had as much to do In creating the desire of the fnrmer boy to lenvo nnd go to the city, has been the chore of srrwlng wood. It Is one Job that seemed never to be ended. With the advent of the gasoline engine, the work of Miwlng the wood, not only for fiirm consumption but for commercial purposes, has been changed to one of great fascination, If not pleasure. In comparison with Its former drudgery. Popular Science Monthly. For President WOODItOW WILSON, of New Jersey. For Vice President THOMAS K. MARSHALL of Indiana. FOR CONGRESS. HARVEY HELM, of STANFORD. KY We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Higgins a candidate for County School Superintendent of Garrard County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary August 1917. We are authorized to announce J. O. Bogie, as a candidate for the DemocCourt ratic nomination fcr County Clerk, primary to be held August 1917. We are authorized to announce Jeptha Onstott a candidate for the democratic nomination for County Court Clerk, subject to the action of the primary, August 1917. We are authorized to announce E. 1). Ray as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Assessor of Garrard county, eubject to the action of the Lata Planting on Fly Frea Data Haa Provad Euecesaful. That tho Hessian fly can be success-- ' fully controlled by practical methods has been demonstrated In Harvey county, Kan. Under tho leadership of 1'. T. Lane, county agent for tho Harvey county farm bureau, n large number of farmers were organized last sum-- i wer and fall to fight the fly. Methods of control ndvocated by Mr. Lane wero those devised and recommended by the department of cntomol. ogy In tho Knnsns State Agricultural (college to thoroughly prepare the seed bed, dctroy tho volunteer wheat nnd plant on or nbout tho fly free date, ' which In Harvey couuty Is Oct. 8 or !. A large per cent of tho wheat acreage of the county was plnntcd according ' to these directions, although the weath-er condition hindered the work consld Primary, August, 1917. We aro printing in this issue a copy of the franchise for Electric Lighting in tht city of Lancaster. This is a subject which is of interest to every citizen of this city, and thould be read in order that the citizens shall be posted in regard to this franchise. The members of the Council, the Mayor and the City Attorney have worked upon this with the idea of giving to the people the best lighting system xssible at the least cost and their untiring efforts in thus serving the public should meet with the approval and co operation of every public spirited citizen. trably. A representative of the college de pnitment of entomology visited n of whenlfleliU In the county before harvesting In nearly every case where the crop wns planted according to the methods advocated there was practically no fly Injury. A few fields thot wero planted before the fly freo date or In which no effort was made to destroy tho volunteer wheat were all badly Infested nnd the yield reduced. In homo cases where luto sown fields adjoined Hubble fields or 'early sown fields considerable Injury was' noted, showing the necessity of In tho control of tho fly. An exjKrlment was carried out on tho farm of Prank Lnwton, near New-toto show the value of planting wheat on or about the fly freo date. A plot of wheat was planted each week, beginning Fept. 0 nnd continuing until Oct. 25. Tho plots planted on Sept. 20, Kept. 27 and Oct. 4 were lalmoit entirely destroyed by the fly. Thoso plots planted after Oct. 4 enmn through, with llttlo or no fly Injury and n good yield. HUM-be- Valuable Reputation. It?" The very reputation of being plucky nnd Indefatigable Is of priceless vnlue. It cmvg enemies und Dye-- It dispels opKislton to our undertakings. The use of osuge orunpe for making Charles Darwin. dyes promises to be extensive. The forest products lnbomtory Is ninklng n census which shows that the supply Complimentary. A much loved Irish physician was of the wood Is more than ample to calling on a peasant patient. The meet present needs. grateful woman, wishing to pay him a fine compliment, hnld enthusiastically: Inconvenient All, doctor. It s n rale Job s comforter men "I have no use for college-breye nrel" n in' olllce," said tlii- - coal denier, 'i'll n young man nil the training he five accsls right here In my own business." Paper, Sir? Experiments with Jack pine have 'I see," resHinihsl the customer. "You shown that It Is well suited for mak prefer men with no fixed ideas about ing krnft paper. On some of the weights ii nil measures." nntlonal forests this tree Is used to plnnt land whlcli Is too poor to grow Easy to Tell the Age. other timber. You enn usually tell approximately tho ape of the fanner boy by what he orders nt Hip soda fountain. If he's Great Question Concerning Work. One of the worst of chronic human under twenty-one- , he'll tnke straw-berrevils Is working for dally bread withnnd If he's between twenty-on, out any interest In the work, nnd with thlrty-flvehe'll take lemon. If he's thlrty-flve- , III will toward the Institution or perover he won't be there. son who provides the work. The work Kansas City Star. of the world must be done, and the great question Is, Shall It be done hapAn Earlier Civilization. pily or unhappily?--CharlW. Kllot. The discovery of n community house probably n thousand years old In the prehistoric vettlemeut ttt miles west Advised Against "Dawdling." llcwnre of stumbling over n pros, of Snntn IV, New Mexico, has been anperlty which easily besets you. from nounced by Mrs. L. L Wilson, She n has charge of nil nrtheologlriil not having ysnir time fully employed of the Philadelphia museum. A I mean what the women call dawdling. Do Instantly whatever Is to be don, huge sacrificial altar is among the nnd take the hours of recreation lifter ruins. business, never before It. Sir Walter Scott. A Harness. A help to the fruit picker has been devised roiislstlng of brnaif straps or Use for Old Newspapers. Old newspapers are invnlt.able. suspenders to which the fruit basket After the garbage can bus been emp or pall Is hung by metal hooks In front tied "lln-;the pall with two or three of the operator, lenvlng the hands free-fupicking. Kqulppod ulth this harthicknesses of newspapers. The pnrb- - , npe man will empty papers ntul con- - ness the picker goes about his task tents. Sines scrubbing the can anil with inse. placing the fruit In the keeps It clean. Line the pan under receptacle in front of him. He does the burners of pas stove with news- - not nerd to worry about Its getting pnK-rs- . There Is no danger of the pa- nwny from him. us tin- - old pull hangper catching tire, zi.nl the paper ing on the Ire- - branch often did. ami catches the burned matches, grease, j he can strip u tree cleim of Its fruit etc., und may be rouioiisl frequently In much less time with this new contrivance. without having to wi!i the pan. d y J e es exie-dltloFrult-Plckln" i Where, Indeed? "Why, Hobble! You've got a hole In It wasn't there this morning when you put them on." "Well, If It wasn't there, whero was your Mocking! HAD INDIGESTION AND CRAMPS; NOW THIS DANVILLE MAN HAS NO TROUBLE WITH HIS STOMACH. "Yes sir. I had indigestion ami These rnnnnous sates mean lut one severe damps before I took Tnnlac". thing nnd that is merit. It is the said Mr. Joseph K. Wendel, who lived repeat (airs that Count. When the at Oil Iloone street, Dnmille. Ky first liottle RCCamnlUhe good results a "I, also, had dizzy spells nnd could second Imttle Is always told. In thou- hardly do my work. I really lost nil sanus oi cases xopir navo voluntarily ambition and energy. come forward with their perronnl "Tanlac was recommended to me by These are facta as in sister. The dizzy 9clls got liettir disputable as the rock of Gibraltrr. soon after I began taking it and in a They pruve that Tanlnc hat relieved tittle while my stumnch pains had stomach, kidney, liver and catarrh ills. almost entirely disappeared. Tanlac ia bring Introduced in Lan"Tanlac not only relieved me but. caster at It. K Mcllobcrts. Blso. benefited several friends to whom Tanlac may be obtained in the nearby 1 endorsed it It is certainly a fine cities. Paint Lick. J. N.Metratf; remedy." Decker & Italian!; Little The wonderful success of Tantac Is Hickman, Collier and llruner; Keren. known to everyone. No matter where S. K Welch. Stanford, Penny's Drug you go Tnnliic is a household word. It 'More. Junction ( ity, Krynolds ami is the story of merit never before Kvans. Richmond. II. L. IVrry & Son. obtained by n proprietary medicine. I rah Orchard. I.yne llros ; llurgin, (i. The production of Tanlac now stnrds IT. Schoolfleld. Danville, John S. Well.. at tho rate of almost r.,(.K,l.(i bottles R. i:. MclEoberts. Lancaster, ami W. (' per year. west, siner trek IJ y 'SgSfe-JW4taT4SaC2H iff! kJ j A TRAINING SCHOOL FOR TCACMHRS Courses leading to Plementarv, Intermedial and IJfei Male I ertifirate. Valid in all ls.ib.n- - Hchoola of Kentucky t'ourxs and Itvriew Cour.es, Tuition Prietn .piiniir. Ton .froihd dormitories, new model .c'iooI, iirsr tnnnn.il training building, prfcrtlie rrliool, department of agriculture, n ell coidi-is-gyiimas! :m. Domestic hcirnce. First Term a hViitemtsr 7. Second Term N'ninil.i in Tl.lnl r.m 1 PxirtliTerm 1 Pre-?- , Ju" j, i, . tmim:, I'mUeM. I . RICHMOND, KY. j !7-" BIG Hi St AID MULE sSSs sssa?Bai HCbbbbS WAR IN EUROPE . U-- tj l SUBMARINE MASSACCeS. 6CRMAN CONSPIRACIES N1UB l?Lif fl' 2 revolution MONEY IN jay w'i'W feijf'"' ij.ij I in Mexico. HIS POCK. BANDIT RAIDS ON THE BOMOeiL. 1 ' mm jdffL (fSS&tl i Danville County Court Day On September 18th, Third Monday at 10 o'clock a. m., at our WW ETS. rSSSPfet-. Livery Stable in Danville, we want to sell 100 horses and mules We are making a sprcial effort to have several good foreign buyers from different sections. If you have any stock to cell or if you want to buy, come to this sale. Adjuatabla Hero Cow Yoka. SCHOOL OPENS SEPTEMBER 4TH. High carded buggy tires nnd after trying sov. trnt of theso yokes havo found them tho ' most convenient of any I have used. This kind of yoko Is very light and will prevent u cow or calf from creep-- cow yoko that will fit Is either n cow or calf, as It Is adjustable, writes P. II. Howe In tho Parol I made mine from disand 1'lreshle. Taylor Livery Capt. T. D. English, Auctioneer. Co. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION The Lancaster Graded 4th., at and ' School will open Monday, September 9 a. in. Tuition for pupils follows: $ 9.00 per term Grades 1, und 3 $12.00 per ttrm Grades I. 0 and 0 $18.00 per term Grades 7, 8 and 9 $25.00 per term Grades 10, 11 and 12 The same rates apply to County High School pupils as to non resident pupils Tuition due In advance. Mrs May Hughes Noland will be in charge of the Music department and all intending to take music should lee her on Monday. S. D. Cochran, Sec'ty of Hoard. CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday. Sop Ing through fences. Tho fckctcU shows the construction. To make tho cow yoko fit n calf tho liolts, slldo the parts along so the opening Is smaller and replucu tho bolts In tho proper hole. Havo tho tops and bottom of tho yokes bent forward to prevent the cows humping their knees on them. Sometimes the yoko may be nppar-eutl- y tight, but If a cow catches It on somo brush sho may turn It tho other side up. Thut Is tho reason for having tho top us well us tho bottom bent forward so tho ends aro Interchangeable. .7 i $1.50 IP "SEE "WHAT WILSON HAS DONEf (Mw Torlc World) ROUND TRIP FROM Junction City SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5i35 A. M. G. B. HARBERSON, Ticket Atfent JUNCTION CITV, KY. The Central Record, Thursday Sept. 7 i 916 JOHN DEERE AND OLIVER SULKY PLOWS. JOHN DEERE AND HOOSIER WHEAT DRILLS. 1 V8UXI, FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, I Walter phone 61. Jacob Joseph, WANTED:-Frc- sh eggs, 20c.cand!rd Mr Hlggs of Siiarpsburg has been the extras, higher. II. II. Northcolt. visitor for a few days of Itev and Mrs CARD OF THANKS. S. II. Hudson. FOR SALE: A good Mosler safe We desire to thank our friends md II. 1). I.cc. Lancaster, Ky. Mr unit Mr. .fnn It.innt Uitin htuu and every one who was so bcenln Middielown Ohio, are here for k n,j , ii, in every way during the WANTED-1- 00 cars of wheat; will a visit to relatives. iinesn unu ueain ni our ueur wne aim pay highest market price. Have lots .Mrs. usee lluliman, or Louisville, mother, of new unused sacks. Respectfully, Mini (Catherine Ilourne of Dunville Is arrived in the city Tuesday for n few G. E. King and family. Hoy S. .Schooler. an attractive visitor of Miss Fayc Acton! weeks visit with relatives and friends. It. i FOK KENT The Alex Walker propJ. Y. Itohinson left tail week for' j Misses Lilly Jones and Lilly Mao erty on Lexington street. Call or. Sutton were visitors in Danville Satur- Columbus, Uh. where he will buy and tf. G. C. Walker. sell mules during the coming winter. day. Mr and Mrs Mike Hays have taken LOST: Sandy red sow; weight beAs I hive decided to go to a better Mr. Maurice JAshley, of Richmond, FOR SALE. rooms at the Gulley House. Mr Hays tween 275 and 300 pounds. Ueward to rlimiite, I will on spent Sunday wilh Mr, and Mrs. L. J. is connected with the W. A. Speath I desire to sell my farm consisting of vy. D. or J. J. Walker. finder. Sanford, Saturday, September 30lh, 1916, Tobacco Company. 77 acres, situated in the the suburbs of Mr" I'aul Sutton, of Virginia is here Lancaster, on Stanford street, and Mrs Thos Hill, Mr and Mrs J. W. sell to tin- - highest bidder my farm, conFOIl SALE: 7,000 Tobacco sticks. formerly known as the Higginbotham for a vi.il to his sister. Mrs. J. K. lHlllBid.MrsJ.H. Henry, of SanAn-I taining 20J ucres. This farm Is located Phone 3S0-ILancaster. Dickerson. property. It Is well improved with tonio, Texas spent Thursday with Mrs B miles from .Stanford and 4 miles from R. G. I'ettus, Crab Orchard. good brick resilience, connected with Mrs. P. J. Hogle of Iluckeye was the Nat Cotton on Lancaster avenue. Lancaster, within mile of the city water and electric lights, good guest of Mrs. J. II. Witt Tuesday and Miss Kathryn Ilourne, who last yenr StMireriM.iincmtT pike. I combination stock and dairy barn, as Wednesday. Farm is all in good grass, with four1 "n f i r.u: Koung guineas and tur- - well as new tobacco College for women attended Kentucky barn, sufficient to wi" t,BV K1 Price. Mr. and Mrs. Letcher Christopher at Uanville Ky has taKeti rooms Will, room house in fine repair; all necessary llfpnolirStsjlV 0rt.ntal3lin,U house I acres of tobacco. The place is ll. ii. Northcott. well urranged for hog raijing, with and baby are in Somerset, for h visit Mrs. V. A. t'rice und will enter school uul "u"u"iK; new nam wun line cistern at home and barn; new wire to their parents. dele, All For ltent:-farm of 100 ncres in numerous paddocks and hou.es painted red an over the farm; good new With thli vi 1. tv of drslens. either calvanliet, or ,'i,lc0,n - on Crab Orchnrd nnd Stnn- - under good new fence, most of it now j G. Hasclden were in; The dance which was to ho held here Mr and Mrs S. or green, you can flndjuit the right style of Cortrleht Meul Bhlnclea for in grnss and in high state of cultivation U.S. PaLOO. "Corulght" Hodgeiivillc, Monday, for the dedication Ii st Wednesday was your building, Look lor ? ni.es from Stanford. posted indef- nnd well watered. Anyone desiring to For SaU In of the Lincoln Farm. J inately because of the illness of Mr. good mares in foal to ...is. .vui'oic oner. I jack, two eight Phone 382 J. Lancaster, see the property, will be shown same Jr.. to years-olOr-- , L. E. Herrtin at his home next door Miss Fannie Scott, one of Crab and one live; 1 yearling filly; by calling at the residence. My price I.ocnl Contriirtors or Cnrtrlplil Mcttil KaoHni! Co. 1 extra good driving and saddle chard's pretty young girls, is the guest the dance hall mare,' the Hoy Schooler and terms will be reasonable. fiO North 2:ird Street. jof Miss l'olly Iteynolds. Fliilmlel.iliin. Pn. Mrs. W. A. Price, Mrs, Luln Johnson registered No. 9796 by Kentucky's Schooler form, on Kirksville pike and f. M, TINDER, ' I Misses Fannie and Ilettie West have Misses Horence Johnson, Ldna llerkele Choice; J good suckling mules; 3 good Lancaster, last County Court day, n Lancaster, Ky. Mamie Stormes Dunn motored to heifers; one thoroughbrtd Aberdeen black spotttd sow weighing about 140 returned from u pleasant visit to Miss and and spent several Angus: jersey cow and calf; n year- -' iwuuds. Reward to finder, Danville Tuesday Mabel Mason in Itlchmond. ling steer; 4 spring lambs; 3 shoatsj hours shopping. 3t. W. II. Hurton. Miss Jennie Lawrence and Miss Maud ,' that will weigh io pounds each; 1 rub Diaw A Arnold, of Stanford, spent last week Misses Virginia Lawrence, Maud her tire Innri'v. in fin. rtni!r. .nt nf For Rent. 430 acres of land In Garrard county, Arnold, Ida Mae Ilourne and Mrs. Ed, wagon harness, witu Mrs Stonie Sebastian. been used about six House and lot on Hill Court. Apply lying on the Hyattiville and Kirksville Holtzctaw and Hev Dillard Sebastm' mora, i ei uuggy names, aim pike. This will be sold in three tracts, for the money youove nml Mr and Mrs Samuel Haselden and ouicr to Mrs Uright Herr we. Phone 368 F. were guests of Misses Lid.. Mue nJ, things too numerous to mention. 1st contains 100 acres; 2nd tract conMr and Mrs Raymond Haselden motored note how i n tie more resNellie Hay Sunduy, Terms made known on day of sale. tains IOC acres, und third tract conto the Lincoln Farm Monday. pectfully your creditors tains 230 acres. RESIDENCE FOR SALE. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lee und pretty Sale begins at 10 o'clock. Mrs. J. A. McDowell nnd little son, This land is the late Wnde Walker DALE II. WITH EKS, you Tliey like to do lticlnnoi.il, have been visit- baby, who have been residing in LexWe offer the beautiful residence on l.andor, of farm nnd is well fenced and improved. Lancaster Ky, It. F. D. 2. Danville ington for some time, have returned to N'. Miller. ing her sister, Mrs. L. street, formally the Ilurnside The duelling is on the 230 acre tract Imsiuuss will) n man who make their home here. Wo are glad Capt. A. M. Ilourne, Auctioneer. property, for sale. For information, and is large and commodious, contains Mrs James It. Henry of San Antonio to welcome them back tins mi nt'couut nt the apply to W. O. Goodloe, Lancaster, Texas has been the gcest of Mrs ten looms and hall ways and in good Ky, or Joe McCormick, Asheville, N.C. Garrard Bink & Trust Co. Dr and Mrs J. A. Atnon entertained Thomas Hill and Mrs Lindy Cotton. condition. The 100 acre tract lias no Saturday evening in honor of dwelling. The 106 acre trac has a Mrs. Joan Hall has returned home at dinner They know he is doing business in a buniress like way. Hotter School and tenant house and small barn. lacultv of th,e RESIDENCE FOR SALE. after a delightful visit to her daughter open such an account even if your alfairs are not large. Thev This land lies well ard will grow anyme irusiees nr.ti meir wives, j.ev. r Mrs. Ilohon Campbell, of Stanford. will grow all right. Having decided to locate in the south thingcorn, tobacco, hemp, etc. It is M. Tinder and Prof. Henry Lloyd of I otrer for sale my property on Maple in a high state of cultivation. Mrs. Shelton, of Euing, Va., has Trnnsvlvania and Mrs Lloid were also & been th guest of Mr. and Mrs. ,U. D. prc;rnt. HVe, consisting of u six room cottage, Good school house on corner of farm GAKKAKD CIUCUIT COURT. bath, cellar and modern conveniences The Freedom Baptist church is in one .lmnvon noil r.lntlew in 1hi rnnntv. Mr J. F. Robinson, of the firm of G. W. Sebastian's Admr, et al' PIITs. and about l!J acres of ground. Poultry quarter of a mile. Good school and Messrs It. L. Llkin, I). C. Llkin, J. vVarfield and Uoliinon. of Macon, Ga, VS. houe, barn, smoke house, nice fruit t churches at Kiiksville only 3 miles SI. Hrra. went to ilodgenvllle .Monday e(t for thlit city ,,is week. This firm Sarada Elizabeth Nave, et al, Defts. nml pool cistern. Tu-- ileainililn lots away and connected by good pikes. of the Lincoln Farm. 1HS built up u splendid trade in mules for the dedication .... rursuani to u juuirment rendered at i... .i.:.. ut This land will be sold on reasonable il, A,oi ioi.: .h.. i'ioi.".Mount. Mrs. M II. Maury and son Harton, i" tliat city and are buying several car J. M. ed Commissioner will sell at public uuc terms and time. No better farm can to Tampa, Florida, after loads of good ones in Kentucky for have returned Come and see it. lion iu me mgnedi anu uesi uiuuer j be found. a pleasant visit to Mrs. Johnson Price. future shipment. the Court House door in Lancaster WANTED. J. A. COTTON. Ky, at 11 o'clock A. Jl.or thereabouts, TOBACCO TENANT Miss Lula Simpson, who has been Mesdames Lennie House, Henry AdKirksville Telephone 31- -1 on Phone or apply to Henry Lloyd at confined to her home in Marksbury ams and N. P. Cobh, of Nichotasville, MONDAY. SEPTEMHEU 25. 1916, Jack Adams residence. j or write Richmond II. D. 2. Phone 204. months, was taken to it being the were the guests last Tuesday of Mr. for several first day of the Garrard Cincinnati yesterday. She is under Louniy uouri lerm tne real estate and Mrs. J. II. Witt. s ltn utll no Tir lirpnn treatment of Dr. Fryburg undher host mentioned in th pleadings und des- - irnnonn HfllJ TIULCJ II A II 1 L U ; nUIViJLiJ Misses Virginia Lawrence and Maud of friends here are praving for her cribed as follows: I will buy some good cotton or army Arnold returned home Sunday from a Tract 1. Said land is located in Garspeedy recovery. OF rard county, Kv, on the waters of Hack mules or horses. 'pleasant week's visit to Mrs. J. J. liegin-nin- g to settle up an estate, I will sell at Sebastin of McCreary. IMPLEMENTS In order W, It. liurton. LAND, STOCK, CROP, Miss Sallie Cox entertained nt n high Creek and bounded us follows: ut a ataxe in a branch; thence N Lancaster, Ky. private sale Miss EdnaKavanaugh, Nancy Walker noon dinner Sunday at her beautiful 67J W 31 poles to a stake, near ayoung Having decided to quit farming, I Martha Kavanaugh and Mesdames country home on Danville pik. About hackberry; thence N 26 W 60 poles to ' will, on couples were present, those from a a stuke; thtnee S 21$ E 30 poles S 41 E ten FOR SALE. n Green Clay Walker ani George Wednesday, September 20th, distanie were .Mr. Hugh Itankin of 8 poles S S6 E 12 poles to the beginwere in Danville Tuesday. ning, containing bi acres. HaviiiL' 30ld mv Ilarber Shon. I have' Fine, of located 4 miles from Lancaster on Lexington pike, ad- Mrs. It. V., Mclloberls, who was call- Monticello, and Mr, A Wm. enjoyable Tract 2 In Gurrurd County Kv. on an eight room house, practically new, se" to the highest bidder my farm con-omost Fort Johnon, Tenn. the waters of Hack Creek, beginning Crab Orchard St, for sale. For any taining 187.5S acres. This place is ed to Ilopkiusville by the sad death of time was joining the famous Camp Dick Robinson farm. at n white oak tree; thence N C5 W 51 j wit. Malcolm House. cated three miles from Danville on "the see has returned home accompoles to a stone (N 7U E 11 links of a This place has a two story frame house with ii her sister, her mother, Mrs. Letticia Is well Danville and Lancaster pike. locust pointer); thence S GUj E 46 les , panied by to u beech tree S 17 E 26$ poles to a watered by a creek on one side of it rooms, bath, etc., all out buildings, large stock and to- Ware. CRITICALLY ILL. KENTUCKY STATE and five never failing springs. The sugar tree; thence N 741 E 14 poles to EASTERN bacco barns, silo, ice house, stock scales and tenant Miss Anna Ilelle Ilurnside has Mr. I) A. Thomas lies critically ill anulberry tree. S 1UJ E 22j K!es to a land is in u high state ot cultivation, stake on the Well Brunch ; thence with j NORMAL SCHOOL returmd home after leing one of the at his home in Stanford, having sulfer-e- Its meanders S 81 11 16poIes ton stuke; house all In good repair. will grow fine hemp, tobacco, corn and E 52 poles to open Farm is watered by pond, pools, and springs, members of ia delightful bouse party at a relapse from a case of tvphoid thence S 56 corner; thencea Nblack Wash, Will not ,,, until Sept. 12. 1916. bungalow with seven rooms and two v"cul; ... c;. i,., o 191 US' ,, ... fever which he contracted about five Sebastian's poles to an elm, sugar and beech trees; at a never falling spring which supplies Ilardstown. also wind-mi- ll big hulls, water, lights and furnace, weeks ago. A message from there this nre that the enrollment will be heavy, j thence S 67 W 41 poles to an The water is pumped from a never two water tanks holding 120 barrels each. This farm Messrs W. II, Mason, Alex Doty, morning, states that lie is holding his thence N 29 W 6JJ poles to elm stump;- Make vour reservations uroimitlv. the begin failing spring by a ram and a gasoline owing to his weakemd con- III IT containing 10 acres. 2 roods and1 ooi.o, .1. G. Crabbe. President Louis Gill, Ector Lawson, and Dr J. II. own, but can-bdivided into two or more ' 13 iote. engine into an 18.000 gallon concrete Kinnaird were among those who dition, fears are entertained for his 3. On the waters of Back Tract The price Is reasonable and liberal terms. tank on an elevation above the houe. motored to Hodgensville to the Lincoln recovery. Creek, beginning at a stake, corner to BABY'S LETTER NO. 2. It is one of the best improvd farms For fnrllier iiirormntion npply to E 53 Sebastian; thence his line S exercises Monday, poles to a mulberrj; thence N 17 E 7.2 Me faut grown-up- s could read better: between DanWIle and Lancaster, havDOVE LAW. poles to u stake; thence S 61 E 102ioles Mrs Nannie made oo say. "Shrink Rooful ing two large new tobacco barns on it, Ky phine Jonej Proctor amj Miss JoseA. to nn ouk: thence S 22i E 10 Holes to a What corn crib two stock barns, one of Danville, nnd Mrs. Sue Hugs"? The dove law expired Sept. 1st ond stake; thence W oil E 19 poles to a P. Jones of Stanford, were gumts of; the gunners will g to the fields in large stake on the l.iisl edge of a Hen with a set of scales in shed. branch; I did not write that in tuzer letter. Mr. and .Mrs. J. 11. Witt from Thurs- numbers. The State Fish and Game thence down the middle of said branch Miss Fannie Ilishop has Vacum clean- house, meat houre, tenant house, etc. day until Monday. Place is ull under fence. At the same Commission will make nn effort to lo- N 46 W 10 polea N 61 W 37 poles; ers to sell tlience f (U time und place will stll iii poles to a sycamore; That's what baby wished to tell. V Ibi poles to u beech; Dr. ami Mrs. M. S. Hatfield and chil- cate and punish to the fullest extent of thence S 61 HOUSES AND MULES OneT-jear dren. Miss Carrie Keid and Mr. Hubert the law, all persons who violate the thence S I W 12 iioles to the lieuiniiimr. Out of old clothes and carpets dirty. old saddle mine in foal, ladies' mure, 20 acres and 12 poles. game laws per- containing Sold You get fur one dollar or thirty. Hiittleld of Danville, mad a delightful provisions of the family mure, trotting Willi tne same rehervutlon as to road or big, or little Hugs, one motor trni to Stanford, lltistimvillo and taining to the protection of doves. It MitsMii.lv. ll mil. .la it filly by Cecillan bred, one I'll ill iiimi should lie remembered by all hunters deed of parties I ses. no 'Muz,'r D.invilhj on Sunday, between John Casey's Todd, one walking colt, one i inuai ue ceeureu neirs. reeorili-iinn i inai, u In deed liook a. nm' "UK- -. buggy pon, gentle, for women and Amoung lie out ot town guests at from the county clerk and be in B3, und is for the benefit of, childrt n, one 2 J Shetland filly Just In Time. the Thompson Woods wedding were possession of the hunter In the field as tllus'' lf "nv ucn ur I'ntltled thereto, Jinn "You booV pony, luoken, two pair coming enrIrnle Mr. und Mrs. Lafon Hiker, Mrs. J nines very likely a representative of the Fish of' Joiln npwits miike me So angry with youi oll! mare mules. Cook. Mrs. Sarali McKoe nml Mr. and and (mine Coinminsiuu will be close Cnxev'e heiis. confounded nerve and Impudence thai JACKS AND JENNETS-O- ne Mrs. Thompson of llatrodsburg. dbout, and if a hunter is found without Tract 4. Ueginmng ut a (tone in I cannot find words to express my feel center of Hack Creek and corner to Ings." Agent "Then 1 tun the ver) old jack by Illue Grass King and out of n license or without it in his possession jennet by Hubble's Needier. one Mr. J. V. Arnold, of Ilirmingham !"r'. V""iCB fdT'v?, , man you want. I urn soiling diction a line ol trom 5 to $23 will be assessed. bennngs '""'l reduced old jennet, one Ala, has joined his wife and children, jennet. Under the new law only fifteen doves .Iuiuiilvii N 32i W 22 Holes N 6s W am arles." CATTLE-5- 0 who have been visiting her parents, jearllng cattle, six can be killed by one hunter in uny one poles to a beeeii stump near the muulh cows and calves, one jersey heifer, well Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Ilurnside, and day, and this provision will be strictly of Long llranch; thence N 36 W U3J bred, fifteen calves. together they will return home the lust -- M'uWs enforced. The new dove law permits I0'1'" ,NjiG,h said creek, "1 E 23J poles V HOGS Nine leg. O. I. C. boars and corner to u of the week, in killing from the first day of September ijusey; thence with Cusey S 05 to Jo54 E gilts, four registertd O. I, C. sows, 30 until the sixteenth duy of October, both jioles to u clump of mulberries on Mr. Joseph E. Kobinson aiuTJndge fat hogs. bastian's line; thence witli Sebastian S included. L. L. Walker went to Hodgenville. FAUMING IMPLEMENTS, ETC. la tv j poies to a stone ij poles irom (4101)87) as deligates from this county to One rubber tire Moyer buggy, one 20th lu locuet pointer; thence b 67J L 45 accompany President Wilson on his n ueeeu; inenee o io poies iu Century Manute spreader, one j Junes WHAT'S THE REASON" trip for the dedication of the Lincoln tu ii sugar tree on Tuylor'a line; thence old hickory wagon, one js poles to Farm. They boareed thu President's Hatsoiini.d West sell Kool Cloth Suits wmi luymr line oo solid wheel fodder wagon, one Suirior UIU UVKUIIIIIIK, wuiiitiiuiiiK to ncrea i special train at Louisville Monday. $5. when others get J7.60 for them. rood for wheat drill, one Superior grass seeder, and 11 poles. Said land all adjoins I Why do liaison und West sell O'lir)-a- n and will be sold as one boundary, Disc harrow, one 3 horse (one ' Miss Anna Miller and Mies Mary and j The purHisi of said sule is to settle Overalls at $1.15. disc lianow, new, one new corn plantClementine Elsener, who have been I tliH cstHte of G. W. Sebustiun. deceas What's the Iteason er, one iron roller, two smoothing har visiting their parents and ed, und tu divide the proceed! ufter the They sellullmdsesocheapandiiuick rows, two no, 3 Vulcan turning plows, payment of debts und cost of this acleft Sunday for a weeks' visit to "HECAUSE" one no. 20 Oliver chilled plow, one fodtion, among his us their relatites in Covington before returning Will make the season at my place, on der sled, one horse They keep Elfectlve Styles. Interest limy appear. cultivator, to their home in Charleston, West Va. Kirksville pike. "HECAUSE" lot blacksmith tool, one Deering mowTEltMS. They were accompanied to Covington Their prices bring homu the Thu property will be sold on u credit At $1. Cash or $2. on time ing machine, one Deering binder, one by Mrs. N. Miller. HACON. of six und twelve months nnd the purhay raker, two sets good buggy HarWhite King was calved June 5, 1911, ness, several sets wagon nnd chaser will be reiUiredioexecute bonds Miss Mable Mason who tesigned her "HECAUSE" plow gear, with upproved secuiity, due in six and bred by J. T. Hackley, Stanford, Ky. position us teacher in the High School Thev keep mdse. thuts well selected. a lot of metal chicken coops and hog twelve mouths, lespecliively, and bearHe is by Sunshine, 169S6, Dam Mer- iiouse. department of our school, ut the close "HECAUSE" ing interest at the rule of six per cent of the Spring term, goes to Mayfield, They cun show and tell ieople even per annum from date until paid, huving' cer Maid 2nd., by George II. 11159:), About 200 barrels corn, lot of baled the force und elfe 't of n judgment up- 2nd. Dam Mercer Maid, by Shawnee, straw. Household und kitchen furniKy., as head teacher of Latin in the from Missouri. on which execution may Issue, payable 126711. White King is a Bolid white high school. Knowing Miss Mason us "BECAUSE" to W, II, Hruvvn, Muster Commissioner and good judges pronounce him a per- ture. Terms crsy and tnude known on we do, we feel confident that she will They are good buyers. duy of sale. of the Garraid Circuit Court, und it lien fill the position They have small expense and do will by reserved upon the property sold fect typo of short horn blood. there with the sam Sale begins promptly at 9:30 a. in. until ull the purchase money is paid, eminent satisfaction tlirt she did here, their own work. Dinner on the ground. Herman and with it host of friends, wish her THAT'S THE ItEASON. W. II. HHOWN. M. O. G. C. C. II. F. KOHINSON. Ky. success and happiness in her new work. See their KOltN KELLER Shoe. It. II. Tomlintun, Att'y for Pllfs. lmo. Col. I. M. Dunn, Auct. ( I Your account is due and must be paid at once other Mintlon of wise I will have to force collections which I hate to do. A Brief by Tho Wt the Comings and Art Intmsttd In. Oolnji firm of J. R. Mount Havlntf withdrawn from the Son 6 Co., to go into other business, I desire to thank mv customers for their oatronade and request that) Min Maud Arnti of Stanford is ti.e Mao I,ourn''' they come in and settle their accounts and notes now, aeetot ulu Mrs. J. G. Ilurnside tiai been spend as I need the money to put into my new business. Ing the week at Crab Orchard. Gossip About People vv Mr. Gowen Ilourne, win hero Sunday ' ' and visited friends. Man's ineonntteney. "ld the woman who some out an atiuiwp tnotiRiit, "irs Mr. Clay Miller left Monday for Ak- a fact, "Wliat a n rnctj we queried. ron Ohio, to accept a good position. That the rnnn who growls nbout his Mrs Marie Davis of Chattanougn Is wife's cooking nt home will cheerfully nny old thing when he's camping," hero for a visit to her mother Mrs explained noisy femalo thinker. TV times let D GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. PliTs, Geo. A Carter's Admr, et al rt Iloom for rent apply to Mrs I). I'. rW"' JOHN M. MOUNT Geo. A. Carter's Heirs et al Defts. Notice is hereLy given that the undersigned commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court will sit in his office, in the city of Lancaster tin Thursday September 7th, 1910. beginning at 9 o'clock A. M. for the purpose of receiving claims and hearing proof on and receiving claims against the estate of George A. Carter, deceased. All persons having claims against the said estate will present same properly verified accotdlng to law. This September 2nd 1916. W. II. IHIOWN. M. C. G. C. C. PUBLIC SALE. SUBURBAN FARM Metal nABfPm2UT Shingles I I I one-ha- I I I 'iv trade-mar- ,,', d SllTl 1 1 My - c- I.OST-Hetw- cen ' j Check FARM FOR SALE. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. The Garrard Bank Trust Company i I j i 1 T., I I PUBLIC SALE ! 200 Acres of Fine Improved Land. Kob-inso- ' d . .,-.- ,., i.i:,r,. ' """ 300-bb- l, e farnu. MRS CURT ROBINSON. Lancaster, -- iia-un- l TTV St '" ear-ol- j Hut-ln- 0- 3- ear-ol- d ' i We are offering iWliite King,, I I SPECIAL P RIO IS r.i two-hor- two-hors- e I on all J grand-parents- , BUGGIES. BRYANTSVlLLE, heirs-nt-la- BECKER & BALLARD PHONE 27. Sebastian. l he Central hecord, Thursday Sept 7, 1916. la ' ty. We hate driven tho tariff lobby ruin the Industries It was professing to father and promote, carried their from cover nnd obliged It to substilabor as a mere commodity to market, tute solid argument for prlvnto Influwere subject to restraint by novel and ence. This extraordinary recital mul drastic process In the coiuts, were without assurance of compensation for sound llko n platform, n list of sanguine promises, but it Is not. It Is n Industrial accidents, without federal assistance In accommodating labor dis- record of promises made four years ago nnd now actually redeemed In conputes and without national ntd or structive legislation. In (hiding the places nint the InMr, Wilson Reviews His Work dustries In which their l.ilor asinot Theso things must profoundly disturb needed. The country had no national the thoughts nnd confound the plans of those who have made themselves system of rad coiitructlon and deas Chief Magistrate, that the Democratic party neither velopment. Little Intelligent nttentlon understood nor was ready to assist the was paid to the nrmy ami not enough to the nuvy. The other republics of business of the country In the great PARTY HAS DONE ITS DUTY. Amerlcn dltruted us, because they enterprises which It Is Its evident nnd found that we thoucht first of the inevitable destiny to uudertnke nnd profits of American Investors and only carry through. The breaking up of the lobby must opeclilly disconcert them, as nn afterthought of Impartial Justice Tariff Revised, Laws Against Trusts and helpful friendship. Its policy was for It was through the lobby that they Clarified, Oanklng Syetem Reformed, provincial In all things; its purposes sought nnd were sure they had found Farmira and Workingmen Benefited were out of harmony with the temper the heart of things. The game of priv- PROMISES KEPT, SAYS PRESIDENT e terests. Party Has Rodeemed Promises. In Ills address nt Shadow Lawn, So things stood when the Democratic Lour llrancli, N. J., accepting the party came Into power. How do they Democratic nomination for president, stand now? Alike In the domestic field and In the wide field of the commerce Woodrow Wilson said: of the world, American business and Senator James, Gentlemen of (lie Noti- life and Industry have been set free fication Committee, Fellow Citizens: to move as they never moved before. 1 cannot accept the leadership and reThe tariff has lieeu revised, not on sponsibility wlilcb the national Dem- tho principle of repelling foreign trade, ocratic contention tins again In such but uih.ui the principle of encouraging generous fashion asked mo to accept It, upon something tike a footing of without first expressing my profound equality with our own In respect of gratitude to the party for the trust It the terms of competition, and n tariff reposes In me nfter four years of fiery hoard lias lieen created whoe function trial In the midst of affairs of unpre- It will bo to keep the relations of cedented difficulty, and the keen sense American with foreign business and of added responsibility with which this Industry under constant observation, honor fills (I bad almost said burdens) for the guidance alike of our business me as I think of the great Issues of men and of our congress. American national life and policy Invoked In the energies nre now directed toward the present and immediate future conduct of the world. of our Government. I shall seek, as I markets The laws ngulust trusts have been have always sought, to Justify the extraordinary confidence thus reposed In clarified by definition, with a view to mo by striving to purge my heart and making It plain that they were not purposo of every personal and of every directed ncaiust big business, but onlr misleading party motive and devoting against unfair business nnd the preevery energy 1 have to the service of tense of competition where there was the nation as n whole, praying that I none, and n trade commission has been may continue to have the counsel and created with powers of guidance and support of all forward looking men a coinmojiitloii which have relieved at every turn of the difficult business. business men of unfounded fears nnd For I do not doubt that the people s.'t them upon the ro.id of hopeful and of the United States will wish the inntl lent enterprise. I'.v Ihe federal reserve act the supDemocratic party to continue In control of the government. They aro not ply of currency at tho disposal of ac-- i' business has been rendered elasIn the habit of rejecting thoso who have actually served them for thoso tic, taking Its olmno not from a fixmaking doubtful and con- ed body of Investment securities, but who arc jectural promises of service. Least of from tho Ilitild of dally trade, all are they likely to substitute thoso mid these assets are assessed and acwho promised to render them particu- cepted not by distant groups of banklar services and proved false to that ers In control of unavailable reserves, promise for those who have actually but by bankers nt the many centers of local exchange who aro In touch rendered those very services. Boasting Is always an empty busi- wlili I conditions everywhere. Kffectlvo measures have lieen taken ness, which pleases nobody but the of an American merboaster, and I havo no disposition to for tho boast of what tho Democratic party chant marine and the revival of the American carrying trade Indispensable has accomplished. It has merely dona its duty. It has merely fulfilled Its ex- to our emancipation from the control promises. plicit But there cau be no which foreigners have so long exerviolation of good taste In calling at- cised over the opportunities, tho routes tention to the manner In which those and the methods of our commerce with promises have been carried out or In other countries. adverting to the interesting fact that The Interstate commerce commission many of the things accomplished were has been reorganized to enable it to what the opposition party had again perform its great und Important funcand again promised to do, but had left tions more promptly and more efficientIndeed, that Is manifestly ly. We have created, extended and imundone. part of the business of this year of proved the service of the parcels post So much we have done for business. reckoning and assessment. There Is no means of Judging the .future except What other party has understood the by assessing the past. Constructive task so well or executed It so intelliaction must be weighed against de- gently and energetically? What other structive comment and reaction. The party has attempted It at all? The ReDemocrats either have or have not un- publican leaders, apparently, know of derstood the varied Interests of the no means of assisting business bat country. The test Is contained In the "protection." How to stimulate It and put it upon a new footing of energy record. What were and enterprise they have not suggested. What Is that record the Democrats called Into power to do? Farmara Hava Bean Banafitad. What things had long waited to tie For the farmers of the country we done, and how did the Democrats do have virtually created commercial them? It Is a record of extraordinary credit by means of the federal reserve length and variety, rich In elements act and the rural credits act. They of many kinds, but consistent In prin- now have the standing of other busiciple throughout and susceptible of ness men In the money market. We brief recital. have successfully regulated speculation In "futures" and established standards A Racord of Fallura. In the marketing of grains. Ily an in Tho Republican party was put out of power because of failure, practical telllgent warehouse act wo have assistfailure and moral failure; because It ed to make the standard crops availahad served special Interests and not ble as never before both for systematic the country at large; because, under marketing and as n security for loans Wo have greatly the leadership of Its preferred and es- from tho banks. tablished guides, of thoso who still added to the work of neighborhood inaUo Its choices. It had lost touch demonstration on tho farm Itself of with tho thoughts and needs of the Improved methods of cultivation and, nation and wus living In a past age through tho Intelligent extension of the and under a fixed Illusion, the Illusion functions of tho department of agriculIt had framed tariff ture, havo niado it possible for the of greatness. laws based upon a fear of foreign farmer to learn systematically where trade, a fundamental doubt as to his best markets are and how to get at them. American skill, enterprise and capacity, aud a very tender legard for the The worklngmen of America have protltuhle privileges of tlmw who had been given a veritable emancipation gained control of domestic markets by tho legal recognition of a man's la und domestic credits, and yet had enbor as part of bis life nnd not a mere t acted laws which hamiered marketable commodity, by exempting the very things they meant to foiter. labor organizations from processes of which were Miff aud Inelastic and In the courts which treated their part unintelligible. It had permitted like fractional parts of mobs and the country throughout the long period not llko accessible and responsible Inl dividuals, of Its control to stagger f rom'one by releashig our seamen crisis to another under tho operafrom Involuntary servitude, by making bunking law of Its adequate provision for compensation tion of a national own framing which mudo stringency for Industrial accidents, by providing and panic certain and the control of suitable machinery for mediation and tho larger business operations of tho conciliation In Industrial dlputcs and country by tho hankers of a few re- by putting federal department of serve centers Inevitable; had made as labor at thethe disposal of the working-maIf It meant to reform tho law, but had when In search of work. fa tut hear I wily failed In the attempt, We have effected the emancipation because It could not bring Itself to do the ono thlug necessary to make the of tho children of tho country by rereform genuine and effectual namely, leasing them from hurtful labor. We break up the control of small groups nf have Instituted a system of national bankers. It had been oblivious or In- aid In the building of highroads such different to the fact that tho fanners, as the country has been feeling after upon whom the country depends for for a century. We havo sought to Its food and tu the last analysis for equalize taxation by means of nu equiIts prosperity, weie without standing table Income tax. We have taken the in the matter of commercial credit, steps that ought to have been taken at without protection of standards In the outset to open up the resources of We have provided for natheir market transactions aud without Alaska. systematic knowledge of the markets tional defense upon a scale never mlously proposed upon the themselves; that the lub'orcrs of the of an entire political par country, the great army of men who as-e- ts I.k-uanti-trusmem-tiers lliiuu-clae by Remedial Maaaurat, Amarlcan Marchant Marina Ravivad, National Dafanta Providad Fori and purposes of the people and the timely development of the nation's In- part of the business of this year of More Is Involved than tho immediate reckoning and settlement to speak destinies of Mexico und the relations plainly nnd art with uiunlstnkablo pur- of the United States with a distressed pose In rebuke of these things, In or- nnd distracted people. All America der that they limy be forever hereafter looks on. Test Is now- - being made of I urn the candidate of n tis whether we Ik1 sincere lovers of popImpossible. party, but I nui above nil things else ular llln-rtor not and arc Indeed to an American illlzeii, I neither seek bo trusted to resKH't national soverIhe favor nor fear the displeasure of eignty among our weaker neighbor. that small alien element among us We ba''c undrrtnkru these ninny year which puts hiyalty 1,1 any foreign pow- to play big brother to the republic of er before loyalty to the t'nltcd !'tntis. this hemisphere. This Is the day ot While Kiirope was nt war our own our test whether we mean or have continent, one of our own neighbors, ever meant to play Hint part for nur was sluntei, by revolution In that own benefit wholly or 11N0 for theirs. matter, too, pilmlplo was plain, and It Upon the outcome of that test (Its mil. wns Imperii! ho that we sh i'i.l live tip come In their minds, not In ours) deto It If we wore to ilcscno the trut of pends every relationship of the United any 10.1L urtKin r the right as free States with Latin Amerlcn, whether In nien see It. We lime professed to politic or In commerce nnd enterprise. and wo do believe. Unit the peo These are great issues nnd lie nt the pie of small and Weak slates hate tho heart of the graest tasks of the fu right to expect to be dealt with exact- ture, tasks both economic nnd mllttcal ilege can lie played successfully by no ly as the people of big anl iwwerful and very liitluintely Inwrought with other means. states would be. We have acted Uhiii many of tho most vital of the new that prIlKl;i!,' In dealing with the pen Fought by the Interests, of the politic of the world. The republics of America bnve In the last This record must equally astonish pie of Mexico. three years lieen drawing together In a those who fenred that the Democratic The Mexican Situation. . mutual party had not opened its heart to comOur recent pursuit f bandits Into new spirit of accommodation, . prehend the demands of social Justice. Mexican tenlt.iry was no violation of understanding and cordial ciMiera-HonMuch of the politic of the world We have In four years come very near that principle. We ventured to enter to carrying out the platform of the .Mexican territory only liecau.e then-- , In the years t come will depend HKin Progresshe party as well as our own. were no military forces In Mexico that their relationships with one another. for we nlso are progressives. could protect nur lunler from hostile It Is a barren nnd provincial stalesThere Is one circumstance connected attack and our own eople from ln- ' nintishlp that loses sight nf such thlugsl with this program which ought to lie lence, ana we tune committed there no very plainly stated. It was resisted at single net of hostility or Interference New Problems After War. every step by the Interests, which the even with the soerelgu nuthirlly of The future, the Immcdlato future, Republican party had catered to and the republic of .Mexico herself. It was will bring us squarely faco to face fostered nt the expense of the country, a plain case of the vlolatlou of our own with many great and exacting prob and these same Interests are now sovereignty which could not wait In lie lems which will search us through and earnestly praying for a reaction which vindicated by damages and fur which through whether we ho utile and ready the re mere wns no oilier remedy The au to play the part In the world that we will save their prlvlleges-f- or t.,-- t, storation of their sworn friends to h.itflU i to play It will ... l"ericss 10 mean presence slowly, not bring u Into , r 11 is i"" 11111.gently, with prevent If. I'uni-i" their fought with what they have lost. They but suddenly Introduction, rlous wrongs against the Infinite re particular desperation and property, many Irreparable wrongs and at once the moment the wnr In of the banksourcefulness the reform against the persons, of Americans have Uurope is over. They will l new ing nnd currency system, knowing that lieen isiuimltled within the territory of problem, most of them; many will Ih to lie the cltndel of their control, nnd Mexico herself during this confued old problems In a new setting and with most anxiously are they hoping and revolution- - wrongs which could not In- new elements which we hnve never planning for the amendment of the effectually o long as there dealt with or reckoned the force and federal reserve act by the concentrawas no constliuicd power In Mexico meaning of liefore. They will require tion of control In n single bank which for their solution new thinking, fresh which was In a p sltlnu to ch-p- '.them the old familiar group of bankers can We could not net ijiris ily in that unit courage and resourcefulness and In keep under their eye nnd direction; but. ter oursehes without Mexl some matters radical reconsideration while the "big men" who used to write nins the rl ;!it to any dcuvlns revolution nt all of policy. We must .e ready to mobithe tnrlffs and command the assistance which dlstui-lrtv- l us mid unking the lize our resources alike of drains and of tho treasury have been hostile all emancipation of tier own w. p!e uwiitt nf materials. but n few with vision the average our own Interest and mti.eiilcncp It Is not n future to be afraid of. it business man knows that he has been For It Is their luniiclpiitlnii that they Is, rather, a future to stimulate and delivered and that the fear that was are seeking-blindl- y. It mny U: nnd as exclto us to the display of the best once every day In his heart that the yet Ineffectually. tmtvvlth profound and ' iwwers that lire In us. We may (liter men who controlled credit and directed pnssluniite purpose nnd within their un- it with confidence wheii we are sure enterprise from the committee rooms of questionable right, apply what true that wo understand It, and wo havo congress would crush him. Is there no American principle you will-a- ny provided ourselves already with tho prinmore nnd will not return, unless the ciple that un American would publicly I means of understanding It. party that consulted only tho "big avow. The peop:.. uf Mexico b.n e not Look first at what It will lw necesmen" should return to jiower the parbeen suffered to own their own country ' sary that the nations of the world ty of masterly Inactivity and cunning or direct their own Institutions OuLsId-- . should do to make the days to come resourcefulness In standing pat to re- ers, men out of other null. .lis und with ' tolerablo aud fit tu live aud work in, sist change. Interests ti often alien to their own, and then look nt our part In what is The Republican party Is Just the par have dictated what their privileges and to follow and our own duty ot preiiara-tlon- . For we must lie prearcd lotli ty that cannot meet the new conditions opportunities should tic and who I of a new age. It does not know the should control their land, their lives In resources and in iiollcy. way, and It docs not wish new conand their resources some of them . There must bo a Just nnd nettled ditions. It tried to break away from Americans, pressing for things they j peace, and we here In America must the old leaders and could not. They could never have got in their own I contribute the full force of our enthustill select Its candidates and dictate country. The Mexican ieople are en- siasm and of our authority ns a nation Its policy, still resist change, still titled to attempt their liberty from to tho organization of that peace upon hanker after the old conditions, still such Influences, and so long as I have world" Ido foun. lotions that cannot eas ily bo shaken. No nation should be know no methods of encouraging busianything to do with the action of our ness but the, old methods. When tt great government I shall do everything forced to take sides In any quarrel in changes Its leaders and Its purposes in my power to prevent any one stand- which Its own honor and Integrity aud and brings Its Ideas up to date It will ing in their way. I know that this la the fortunes of Its own eople are not have the right to ask the American hard for some persons to understand, Involved, but no nation can any longer remain neutral as against any willful people to give It (tower again, but not but It is not hard for the plain people until then. A new nge, an age of of the United States to understand. It disturbance of the peace of the world. The effect of war can no longer be revolutionary change, needs new pur la bard doctrine only for those who confined to the areas of battle. No loses and new Ideas. wish to get something for themselves In foreign affairs we hare been guid- out of Mexico. There are men. and nation stands wholly apart In Interest when the life and Interests of all naed by principles clearly conceived and noble women, consistently lived up to. Perhaps they own people, too, not a few, of our tions are thrown Into confusion and thank Qod, whose for- peril. If hopeful and generous enterbnve not been fully comprehended beprise Is to l renewed. It the healing cause they have hitherto governed in- tunes are invested In greatpropcrtles In Mexico who yet see the case with and helpful arts nt life arc Indeed to ternational affairs only In theory, not In practice. They are simple, obvious, true vision and assess Its Issues with bo revhed when eace comes again, a easily stated and fundamental to true American, feeling. The rest can new atmosphere of Justice nnd friendbe left for the present out of the ship must Ih generated by means the American Ideals. Wo have been neutral not only be reckoning until this enslaved people world has never tried liefore. The nacause It was the fixed nnd traditional has had Its day of struggle toward the tions of the world must unite In Joint policy of tho United States to stand light. I have beard no one who was guarantees that whatever Is done to disturb Hie whole world's life must aloof from the politics of Kuropo and free from such Influences propose by the United States with first be tested In tlieci.urt of the whole because we had had no part cither of action or of jiollcy In the Influence), the Internal affairs of Mexico. Cer- world's opinion l'fore It Is attempted. These are the new foundations the which brought on tho present war, but tainly no friend of the Mexican people world must build for Itself, nnd we alsoTbecausc it was manifestly our baa proposed it must play our part In the reconstrucduty to prevent. If It were possible, Triad to Act Fairly. tion generously aud without much the Indefinite extension of the fires of The people of the United State are thought of our separate Interest. We hate aud desolation kindled by that capable of great sympathies and h j terrible conflict nnd seek to serve man uouie pity in dealing wuu prouiems must make ourselves ready to play It kind by reserving our strength and of this kind. As their spokesman and Intelligently, vigorously and well. our resources for the anxious and dlffl representative I have tried to act in Contribution to World Peace. cult days of restoration aud beallni: the spirit they would wish me show. One of the contributions w must when peace will The people of Mexico are striving for make to tho which must follow, world's tenco is this: We have to build Its house anew. the rights that are fundamental to life must see to It that the (icoplc In our American Citizen, Above All. and happiness 15,01)0,000 oppressed Insular possessions un- - treated In their Tho rights of our own citizens, ot . men, overburdened women nnd pitiful own lands as we would treat them - j children in virtual bondage In their here and make the rule of the United course, became Involved; that was ing evltable. Where they did this was our own home of fertile hinds and States mean tho same thing everrights . haustible treasure. Some of the lead-ca- ywherethe same Justice, the samo conprinciplethat property by claims for dam- - ers of the revolution may often have sideration for the essential rights of be vindicated ages when the war Is over, and no been mistaken and violent and selfish. men. modern nation can decline to arbitrate but the revolution Itself was Inevitable Besides contributing our uugrudglng such claims, but the fundamental and Is right. The unspeakable Huerta mural and practical support to tho esrights of humanity cannot be. The betrayed the very comrades ho served, tablishment of H'!ice throughout the loss of life is Irreparable. Neither can traitorously overthrew tho government world, wo must ncthely mid Intellidirect violations of a nation's sover-- of which he was a trusted part, lm- - gently prepare ourselves to do our full puMcntly spoko for tho very forces that elcntv nwult vindication In suits for . service In the trade und Industry which unven ins pcopiu ,, me rcocinuii are to sustain nnd develop Hie life of damages. Tho nutlon that violates pretended to syni wl" wulcn '"' these essential rights must expect to pathlzc. The men who overcame htm the nations In the days to come. 1. i i .i -- ,,ni 1.. W have already Is'eu provident In nJ 'Jrove Mm ut represent at least direct challenge and resistance. It at , great matter und supplied ouronstructlon this In part our . onro makes the quarrel ,"lB selves with the Instrumentalities of very nr ..im..i.. n,i - and solies ut the they heart of liberty, prompt adjustment. Wtt have created. iin long as rcprceut, how- In iiai'a, lnat alnlit . nf Ihom ni- . Ira lifti-the ror 1mimrfi.ptlv ulli-- n itlrnt-el- n ftr means federal trade commission, a -departed from them, whatever the ',, of Inquiry und of accommoda.111 ZL stress or tho perplexity of clrcum- tion In the field of commerce which stance or the provoca Ion to has y re- - , f reC()(jnlt()n rcstH wlln mu ought Isith to tho enterKOY. seutmcu . The record Is clear and con-- , ernment of ,ll0 UmtP(, 8laU.s wm prise of our traders and manufacturthroughout and stands distinct ,e of welcome ers and to remove the Imrriers of mis,0 and definite for any one to Judge who fue understanding mid of a too technical ,0 ono who oUlllns n r , wuuos to kuow me irum auoui it. and vio Interpretation of tho law. In the new-tarelmuUc by I ft commission The seus weru not broad enough to lence. No ermancncy can bo given we have added ankeep the Infection of tho conflict out the affairs of any republic by a title other Instrumentality ot observation of our own xlltlcs. The passions nnd based upon Intrigue and assassination. and adjustment which promises to be Intrigues ot certain active groups and I declared that to lie the follcy of this Immediately serlceable. Tho trade combinations of men among us who administration within tbreo weeks nft- commission substitutes counsel and acwere boru under foreign flags Injected er I assumed, tho presidency. commodation for tho harsher processes I here the poison of dlsloyulty into our own again vow It. I am mere Interested In of legal restraint, and tho tariff commost critical affairs, laid violent hands tho fortunes of oppresstd men and pl.t-fu- l mission ought to substitute facts for upon many of our Industries and sub Our exportwomen and children than In any prejudices and theories. jected us to the shame ot divisions of property rights whatever. Mistakes I ers havo for sumo tlmo had tho ndvan-tsg- o sentiment and purpose In which Amer have no doubt made In this perplexing of working in tho new light ica was coutemned and forgotten. It business, but not In purpose or object thrown uwn foreign markets and op I i of foreign and domestic commerce, o which the Democratic congress wisely created in IMS. The tariff com- machinery by mission completes tho which we shall bo enabled to otii up our lcgll.ille H)lley to the facts ns they develop. We can no longer Indulge our trndl-llonWe nre to piny provincialism. n leading jmrt In the world drams whether we wish It or not. We shall lend, not hot row; net for ourselves, not Imllnte or follow; organize and Initiate, not peep nliout merely to fee where we may get In. and We have alieady formulated agreed lisin 11 policy of law which will supposexplicitly remmo the ban now ed to rest iimiii cooperation anion? our exporter in seeking nnd their proper place In the markets of the world. The field will tie free, tho Instrumentalities nt hand. It will only remain for the masters of enterprise; among us to net In energetic concert nnd for the got ernment of the United States to Insist uxu ttie niatiitenancn throughout the world of those uuidl-Hon- s of fairness nnd of even handed Justlco in the commercial dealings of the nations with one another upon which, after nil. In the last analysis the peace and ordered life of the world must ultimately depend. Ban Unfair Competition. At homo nlso wp must see to It that the men who plan and develop mid di- portunities of trade by Ihe Intelligent Inquiries and aiiUltle of the bureau IF HOW FAR SHOULD SUDDENLY STRIKE IS T1IC DOCTOR ? ?? vn esV,'.XfjXjH ACiw:Nnm F SICKNESS With n telephone In your home he is in the next room. This means promptnssistnncc, relief from pain, life saved. Arc you going to let another day go by without a telephone in your home? Why takes chances? The cost is trifling the service to Drop n card today to you-prlcelcss. BASTIN, TELEPHONE COMPANY' rect our business enterprises shall definite nnd settled conditions of law, n en-Jo- y policy accommodated to tho .,,, i"" j.,r freest progress. We have set the Just and necessary limits. We have put all kinds of unfntr competition under tho ban nnd penalty of the law. We havo burred monopoly. These fatal nnd ugly things lielng excluded, we must now qiitckcj) action nnd facilitate enterprise by every Just means within our choice. There will N pence In the business world nnd. with peace, revived confidence nnd life. We ought t'th to htislmnd and to develop our natural rcour cs, our mines, mir forests, our water power. I wish we could bne made more progress than we have made in tills vital mutter, and I call once more, w ith Hut deepest earnestness nnd solicitude. uiKii tho ndvocntes of n careful and provident conservation, on the one hand, nnd the ndvocntes of n free nnd inviting field for prlvnto capital, on the other, to get together In a spirit of genuine accommodation and ngn-- mrnt and set this great iollcy forward at once. We must hearten and quicken tho spirit nnd efficiency of Islsir throughout our whole Industrial system by everywhere nnd In all occupations doing Justice to the lalnirer. li"t only by paying a tlx lus wage." but nlso by mak. ing ail the conditions that surround Aud latKir what they might to Is-- . We we must do more than Justice. must safeguard life and promote) health and aafity In every occupation ui which they an- - threatened or imperiled. That la more than Justice, and better, localise It Is humanity and economy. the railway sysWo must tems of tho country for national usa and must facilitate and promote thrtr development with a view to that coordination and to their better adaptation as a whole to the life and trad and defense of the nation. The life) and Industry nf the country ran j free and unhampered only If these arteries are iicn, efficient and compete. Thus shall we stand ready to meet the future as circumstance and International (xillcy effect their unfolding, whether Hie changes come slowly or come fast and without preface, I have not iokvn explicitly, gentlemen, of the platform adopted at St. Louis, but tt has been Implicit In all that I have said. I have sought to Interpret Its spirit and meaning. Tho people of the United Stales do not need to lie assured now that that platform Is n detlnlte pledge, a practical program. We have proved to them that our promise are made tirbe kept. Dawn of Greater America. We hold very definite Ideals. W believe that the energy nnd Initiative of our ixsiplo have been too narrowly coached and superintended; that they should be set free, as we huve set them free, to dlss-rsthroughout the nation; that they should not Is' concentrated In the hands of a few powerful guides and guardians, us our opiMinents have again nnd ngalu. In effect If not In purpoie. sought to con centrate them. We Isdleve, moreover who that looks alsmt him now with comprehending oje cuu full to Mlcvc ? that the day of Utile Americanism, with Its narrow horizons, when meth ods of "protection" and liulustrl.nl nursing were tho chief study of our provincial statesmen, are past nnd gone and that u day of enterprise has at last dawned for the United States whose field Is tho wide world. Wo hope to sco Ihe stimulus of that new day draw all America, tho repul-lie- s ot both continents, 011 pi n new-lif- e aud energy nnd Initiative In the great affairs of peace. Wo nre Americans for big America nnd rejoice to look forward to the days In which America shall strive to stir tho world without Irritating It or drawing it on to new antagonisms, when tho nations wltb which we deal shall at lust come to sou Uioii what deep foundations of humanity and Justlco our passion for peace rests and when nil mankind sbnll look upon our great people with a new sentiment of admiration, friendly rivalry and real uffectlou ns uihiii a peo ple who, though keen to succeed, seek always to ! ut once generous nnd Just and tu whom humanity Is dearer than profit or selfish Hiwer, Ukiu this record nnd In ihe faith of this purpose wo go to tho country. and have a representative call and tell you how little it costs to have a telephone in yur house. Western Electric TELEPHONES fuarantcc vou best serviced The undersigned hereby g'Ve warning to nil persona not to trespass upon our lands fur any purse whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful -.tK extent of tt-law. Hunters and. , Kishermen rspecisllv tske notice. Kd A N II Trice It. I.. Klkln J W. IE. Cook. Mrs. Itebecra J. West. I!. C Arnold. James (1, Conn, J. C. Morgan. J. I. Illami. Long Itros J. II, and W. S. Weaver W. T. West. J. Hooth Sutton. W. I, l.awson and aon. Howard King, J. II. Illgaby. , Miss Carrie Iloulden. J. C. Itigsby, John Kichardson, A. C. Miles. J. II. Woods. , J. II, Thompson, Jno. M. Karra. II. 1.. Kelly. David Steven. S. C. Itigsby. Frank Thompson. I). M Anderson. J. II. Thompson. Davis Sutton Am and Kd Ilourne. Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar W. II. Cummins. I'. B. Thompson. Wm. Lear. Jerry Hland. We will add other names for 25 cent POSTED cash. L. & N Lucui.tr, Trim Sdrrdalc Al ij. akkivk. To Mayaville, connecting at Kichmon with 1. & N to Frankfort & Louisville; No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Itowland & Stanford connecting at Itowland, I. & N to all points South No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine Si Ileattyville, Islington A Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxvllle. No 70; ll:SOa. m. To Kichmorid. connecting with fast to train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:00 p. m. To I,ouiaville. connecting at Lebanon Junction to Klizabethtown & Howling Green, and at llardstnwn Junction to Ilardstown & Springfield. No 9; b:42 p. in. To Stanford, connecting train to Bristol & Atlanta. with fast ..,. "" ri,. ..I i""?f T, t t ,,,, loonljr Court Daji. Richmond, 1st. .Monday, i'aris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. HarrodsburK, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Shelbyville. 2ml. Monday Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monde;-- . LawrenceburK, 3rd. Monday Nicholasvillc, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday, LANCASTKlC-Uli- . Monday Winchester, 4th, Monday. Monticvllo. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. tbery Engraved Visiting Card It THE proper thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making calls. A Neatly The Central Record $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Lancaster, - When you TOWN come to TlD DAY and put THAT be sure $1. pocket FOR US in your Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our price for 50 or more. CENTRAL RECORD Kentucky. 0 The Central Record, Thursday Sept 7, 1916 In two tracts as act out herein as Kirat Tract and Second Tract, and he will then ofTer the property aa a whole, offering the entire tract, and will accept the bid or bids realizing the moat money. The purposes of thla aale are to settle the estate of Thomaa D. C'heanutt, deceased, and pay the residue of aald GAHItAHD CIHCUIT COURT. Indebtedness against some after applyI'laintilT, ing the personal property thereon, and Sarah Denny's Adm'r, VS. dividing the proceeds among hia heirs-at-laSarah Denny's heirs, et al, aa their Interest may appear. Defts. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at TERMS. the August Term, 1U10, the undersignThe sale will be made on n credit of ed Commissioner will aell at public aucaix and twelve months and the purchas- tion to the highest and best bidder, beer or purchaser will bo required to fore the Court Mouse Door In Lancashowls with approved security lor ter, Ky, nt 11 o'clock, A. M. or there-hIjouI- s, the purchase price, due in six and on twelve montha respectively, hearing MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. 1910, ' intciest nt the rate of alx per cent per 'annum from date until paid, having the It being the first day of the Garrard force and effect of a judgmi nt for County Court Term, tin leal estate which execution may Issue, payable to mentioned in the pleadings and describW It. Brown, Master Commissioner ed as follows; ot the Garrard Circuit Court, and alien In Uarrard County, Kentucky, on the will be reserved upon the property sold waters of Paint I.Ick Creek and known money is paid. until all the purchase as part of the J. W. and E. M. V. II. BROWN, M. C. (5. C. C. tract of lai d b( unded lis follows; at a marked walnut bush near Purauant to the same judgment above a drain on H. Ramsey line and corner referred to the undersigned admlnistra-tor- a to lot laid ofT to Jas. Denny Jr. 1 1 poles will aell the personal proiertv be- anil thence his line N 29 W in H 8CJ longing to said estate, consisting of poles to a stake at stone fence on north horses, mules.hng and cattle and farm- west side of the Slavln Branch on Jno. ing iinplementa at the same time and Walker line; thence said line with said place, on a credit of three months with fence S II W 14 poles to a stake 2 ft. interest from date except all amounts from said fence, corner to Walker; under $10 00 to be cash. Dinner served thence S C5 W 4 J poles to a double on the ground. Sale will begin prompt- buckeye tree, corner to same; thence ly at 10 o'clock. long with stone fence S 39 W M.fifi oles to a J. T. and J. V. Chesnutt. Admr's said stone stoke on South Seait E side of fence; thence 07 passint of Thomas I). Chesnutt, dee'd. H. Ramsey corner at 3.C polos and thence on the same course with said Cap. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. Ramsey In all 87.0 poles to a stake corner to said Ramsey; thence in line to same N 36 E 11 poles to the beginning containing 23 acres. Said owners got title to said land as the heirs at law of suid Sarah Denny, deceased. Said land is the same land deeded to ssid Sarah Denny hy deed from Dovie Brown and her husband dated February 25, 1911, and recorded in Deed Hook 27. page 429, Garrard Ounty Clerk's office and GAHItAHD CIHCUIT COUHT. same willed to said Denny by the will Willard Harlow, et al. I'iaintilTs. of John Denny dated March 1. 1909. VS and probated In Garrard County Court Jesse Harlow, et al, Defendants March 23rd. 1&09. and recorded in said Pursuant to a judgment rendered at Countv Clerk's office in Will Hook Z. TYPICAL SCENE AT THE MESS HOUR IN CAMP property COMMISSIONER'S OF SALE LAND. a stump; thence S 40 E 16 chains to a pin oak stump; thence S 46 W 8.86 chains, corner to linger; thence 00J E 5 cholns H 70 V. 23.27 chains to a stake; thence N 23J E fi 50 chains N 71 W 3.80 chains to tho beginning, containing CARDS.1 I Office at Ralney The purpose of said sale Is In divide the proceeds thereof among the joint Lononster. owners. Clerks nlfice in Deed Book acres. Title to said land was inherited by plaintiffs aid defendants from their fnther, Sherman Sanders, nnd being the same land conveyed to Shriman HHiiders from Cyrus Sanders Heirs by Com'r. by deed dated March tt, 1912, and recorded in the Garrard County 15.87 Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, a, page I5H. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. a Livery Stable. - Kentucky TERMS. The property will he sold on n credit of six nnd twelve months and tho purchaser will be required to execute bonds with approved security, due in six and twelve months respectively, anil bearing interest at tile rate of ix per cent per annum from date until paid, having the force ami effect of n Judgment up- IS. W. Morrow, (Irinlnate Optician on which execution may Issue, payable III.mh MtlKl. Hli.relIon (In.r.litrrd to W. II. Brown. Master Commissioner of the Garriird Circuit Court, and n lien will he rocrved upon the property sold until all tho purchase money is paid. W. H. BROWN. M. C. G. C. C. R. H. Tomlinson, Att'y for I'lffs. J.E. EDWARDS, Phone 391-M M.D k The men of the Second llatt. ilion, First Kentucky, at noon mess. Beef, bacon, potatoes, onions, tomatoes, sugar, coffee, jam and syrup form part of their rations, which are the best in any nny in the world. HERE IS A GOOD BLACK TO STOP COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. CIRCUIT COURT. John Foster's Adm'r, et al, PIITs, GARRARD VS. BUCKEYE, KY. FOR LITTLE MONEY. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. LOUISVILLE HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, KY., Main St., between AMERICAN PLAN. (With Meals) 6th and 7th. 2 people. $2.00 each. 2 people, 2.25 each. 2 people, 2.50 each. 2 people, 2 people. ! ! ! The Only Hotel In l.ouisville Operated on the American hi1 huropcan Flans. Rooms without Math but with Hot nnu Lolil llumilng Vtaler. InKlf. $2.00 per ilay; 75 Uooms single. 2.50 per day; CO Rooms single, 3.00 per (lav; 50 Front Rooms Rooms with Private Hath: single. 3.00 per day; GO Rooms single. 3.60 per day; M Rooms looms without Hath Lut witli Hot and Cold Running Water. EUKOPEAN PLAN ..single. $1.00 per day; 75 Itoom (Without MeaN) .. single, 1.00 per day; Ml Rooms single. 1.50 per day; Ml Front Itooms 1 . COMMISSIONER'S SALE OFLAND. 2.75 each. 3.00 each. John Foster's Hirs, et al, Defts. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the August Term. 1916, Iheunderslgned Commissioner will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, before the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky, rt 11 o'clock, A. M. or thereabouts John M. McRoberts. M. J. PATRICK, wnple, $0.75 each. people, 1.00 each. people, 1,25 each. people, people, 1.25 each. 1.50 each. Itooma with PrivaK- - Hath: M) Itooms 50 Itooms ... ... single. 1 CO per day; ! ....single, 2.00 per day; THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Corner Sixth and Main Sts., European Plan Only. Itooms Without Path. $1.00 and up; Itooms With Private Hath, $t.MJ and up. IIEST EAT INC PLACE IN TOWN. The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are located in the wholesale district and only n three-block'- s retnll district and theatres. walk to the Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Proprietors. ... COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. And Administrators' Sale of Personalty. the mountain.--, of Western North Carolina nro tl c nr.d attractive resorts of Ashcville, Black Llour tain, Hcndcrsonville, Brevard, Lake Toxav.vy, Saluda, Wayncsvillc, (Lake Junaluska), Flt Rocl:, Hot Springs, and Tryon. yWAY up ii GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Thos. I). Chvsnutt'a Admr. et al. Pills VS. Defendant Robert CheVnutt, Spend your vacation nt one of these cool and delightful places or nt Tutc Spring, Term. Rour.il trip Excursion tickets arc on sale daily, good un:;i CXuober 31st, via Fprr'al drnotnlnstIri.il MIalonrr sft T'iV C ntrrmcr ml Wad H!uu! I.k,a anj Va)nf ilia, N. ( ..In. Crt.t IaW JunalmVa. Tiutbr Carrier of the South allowed fit r..l ,.oints. Three special Low Fare Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. Stop-over- s For futl information - Ti kct Akcnt, Southern Railway, or write B. II. Todd, District To OEcr Agent, Louisville, Kentucky. . THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Copf.ol $50,000. A. It )KNMY, Prealdent J. E. STOUMES. Jmhhy. Asa't Cashier. Surplus $30,000. K. T. Vice Prea't. S. C. DENNY. Caahler. J. 1. GlIX, Hook-Keep- Safety Samual Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUII For Rent. IIUSINESS. I). Cochran. Stornics. S. C. Denny, Alex It. Denny. J. II. Posey, J. E. J. I,. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. CHATTANOOGA, AND RETURN. I TENN. From Round (DC Trip MU-5- 7 QH Junction City AND TICKErS ON SALE SEPTEMBER 14, IS. 16 17TI1. Good Keturnind Prior to Midnight September 27,1916 Stop-oveallowed at all agency stations. rs For Tickets. Slei'plw! Car Reservntlone apply to tind Complete Inforniiilion G, B. HARBERSON. TICKET AGENT, & JUNCTION CITY, KY. H. C. KING, Passenger Ticket AgentLexiiigton, Ky. Jacob SchulzCompfciny Incorporated. Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 339-- F 13- All Receive Occasions. Prompt Attention -or 83. All Orders Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. aliouta on SEPT. 27. 1910. WEDNESDAY. the real estate mentioned in the plead 15 100 acres. ings and described aa follows: The tiurrase of this sale is to settle Lying in Garrard County. Ky, on the .M. Harlow, waters ol uix itiver as surveyed Aug. the estate oi J.proceeds, after deceased and divide the payment si. vm; of cost of this action, among his heirs- WHOLE HOUNDAUY. . inn. lleginuing at u point In the middle of TERMS, the County Koud leading from the Fork be made The of Church to Dix Itiver, corner to Mart six andsale will months on ii creditpurtwelve and the Uogie; thence leaving road and with chaser will tie required to execute bonds llogie'H line N hOj W passing coiner to witli approved security for the purchase said Uogie and Itobert Itankin (a locust price, due in six and twelve snag) al '"j.'J'i chains and pasting cor- respectively, bearing interest months at the ner to suid Hobert Itiuikin uml David rate of six per cent per milium from ICankin at 6i;M chains, in ull 70, paid, having the force and chains to a point in a atune fence, cor date untiln j'ldgment of execu for ner to said David Uankin; thence S tl effect mav issue, payablewhich V. II. tion to W 31 50 chains to a iioint in middle ot of the Brown. Master Commissioner County Uoad; corner to said ItanMn: and a thence with roail S K5j E 0 00 chains; Garrard Circuit Court, property lien will sold reserved upon the S.S7JE-10- 0 chains; S fcCi E UAS be all the purchase money is paid until chains to a po'nt on North side of road; W. H. BROWN. M. C. G. C. C. thence croising said road S -' W 0.20 chains to n iMiint on huuth sido uf road Wm. Herndon, Att'y for Pill's.. and 5 feet short cf stone fence; thence A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. alorg south aide of roail S Mi E L'S.ttf chains to the forks of road, corner to Tuirgle uml John Dotv: thence with middle of road again N 14j E chains to' the beginning, containing J 11. 1 acres. FIHST TKACT: pear. lleginuing at u point in middle of the TERMS; County Itond leading from the Fork The sale will be made on a credit of Churili to Dix Itiver. eurner In Mnrl six months and the purchaser will bo GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. liole; thence leaving roud uud Willi required to execute bond with approved llogio'a line N Nil imjsing corner to Alfred Dunn's Adm'r., with the security for the purchase price, due in said Ilugie and Hubert Knuklii (a locust will annexed, I'laintilT six months bearinu interest at six per snug) ut ) t;i chains, in all 15 la chains cent per annum from date until paid, , VS t ) the north gate post of a gate, a new havinc tho force and effect of n judgcorner in line to Itobert Itiuikin; thence Adam Dunn, et al, Defendants. ment for which execution may issue, u new line with a wire fence S C W Pursuant to a judgment nt payable to W, It Brown, Master Com;il.M chains to u point in middle of me August term, miu. therendered lin missioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, unders s County Ko.til, a new corner (two ed Commissioner will sell at puhli? auc- and n lien will be reserved upon the bear 20 links N :!0J E); thence tion tu tho highest and best bidder be- property sold until nil 'the purchase with roud S Sat E 10.t chiiins to a fore the Court Ilouje door In Lancaster money Is paid. point on north side of road; thence Ky., ut 11 o'clock a. in., or thereabouts W. II. BROWN. Jl. C. G. C. C. crossing said road S -- I W 0.21) chain on J. E. Robinson, Att'v for I'lffs. to u point on South side of road and 5 A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 25, 1910 feet short of a stone fence; thei.ee along south sido of road S fetf E 28.h3 it being tho lirst clay of the Garrard chains to the forks of roud, corner to County Ttrm the real estate mentioned luggleund John Dotv; thence with in the (Heading and dcscribtd us middle of road again N Hi E 32.22 follows; A certain house and lot in I. mi. easier. chains to the beginning, containing 133 85 acres. Gurrurd County. Ky, on Buford street, bounded on tho North bv loin. leonine: SECOND Tit CT. lleginning ut the north gate post of on the West by Bufonl Street; on the houtli tv ioiie itei-Ker- , and on thei a gate in lin to Itobert Hunk in u new a GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. corner; thence with said Hankin N bOJ East by Jo Pelinan mtl contain W passing corner tu same und Duvid fraction. Plaintiffs, The purpose of said sale is to settle Burton Sanders, et nl, itaukin at li 01 chains, in all 31.53 VS. chains to a point in u stone once, cor- the estate of Alfred Dunu, deceased, Defendants. ner to suid David Hankin; thence S til umi to iiiviue me proceeds among the Ida Sandtrs, et al, W 31.50 chains to a poiyj in middle of parties entitled to same. l'ursuant to a judgment rendered at TERMS. County Itoud, corner tu said Itankin; the August Term, 1010, the undersigned thence with road S 83 E 0 00 chains S The property will be sold on n credit Comiuissionei will sell at public auction iilk E 21.00 chains S. ho'J E 3.01 chains of nine months und tlie purchaser will to the highest and best bidder before . i i i.i.ii (u u poini in iinuuiu oi iouu, a new be requited to execute boiul with ap- the Court House door In Lancaster Ky, corner (two willows beur 20 links N 304 proved security, due in nine months at 11 o'clock A. M.. or thereabouts, on E) ; thence a new line leaving road und and bearing interest ut the rate of six .MONDAY. SEPTEMBER, 25, 191C. with a wire (ence M o l. Jl M chains to per rent per unniim from dale until it being the 11 rat duv of the the beginning, containing 107.55 acres mm, ii'iving me iorce unti eneci oi a County Court Term, the real Garrard udgiueut upon which execution mav mentioned in tho pleadings andestate lleing the tame property belonging desto said Thomas 1). Chesnutt, deceased, ssue. payable to W. II Brown. Master cribed us follows; and inherited by said plalntllfa and de- Commissioner of the Gurrnrd Circuit Located in Gurrurd County, Kentucfendant, and conveyed to him bv J, A. Court, und a lien will be received upon ky, on the waters of Back Creek, beYeager by deed dated January 2nd tho property sold until ull (he purchase. ginning ut an usli tree corner to Mrs. 100'). and recouled In the Clark's ollice money is paid. Broaddus; thence 41J W 8.M chains N of the Gsrrard County Court House in W. II. BROWN. M. C. G. C. C. 20 W 0.50 chains to center uf Buck Deed HooK No. IV, page 4S'J. Win. Herndon, Att'y for Pllis. wieeK, ui same morui oi w I J bi , Said Commissioner will first offer said A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer, chains S 7j; thence S 7 W 10 chains to1 Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the August term, IDlb. nthe undersign u ...iij; ...i i ....ii tion to the highest and lest bidder on County. Ken the iireinisea in Garrard tucky, at 10 o'clock a. in. or there- - ed Commissioner will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, before the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky, at 11 o'clock, A. M. or thereabouts, on MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 20. 191C. it being the first day of the Uarrard County Court Term the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and d as follows; In Garrard County, Kv. on the waters ofugar Creek and is the dower land allotted out of the lands of J. M. ltur-loto his widow Nancy Harlow, (now deceased) by proceedings in this Court in the action of J. M. Harlow's heirs, bounded and described as follows: It includes the dwelling house and beginning at a stone in l.eander Davidson's line and corner to Jesse Ledford; thence with said Davidson N 79 W 20 0 chains to a stone at the end of u stone fence, corner to Davidson and in line to the John Stone place, now T. E. Yantis; thence with said Yantis N 5J E 28 13-- 1 On chains to a stake in said line, a new corner; thence new lines N 76 E pas.ing a stone an old con.er at 7 chains; thence on same course and with n wire fence 7 00 100 chains more, making in all 14 chains to a stake at said fence 12 links East of a coffee bean pointer, new corner; thence another new line S 0 11) E 18 chains to a point in a drain, in line to the whole bourdary, and adjoining Jesse Ledford; thence up said drain with meanders and with Led-for- d S f3J W 8 0 chains S 38 W 2 0 chnins to a point on said drain; thence leaving drain S 14j E 14 35 100 chains to the beginning, containing 55 the August 'term, 101C, the undersign, page 214. The purpoo of this sale is to settle the estate of Sarah Denny, deceased, and divide the proceeds If any remain after payment of debts, among her may as their interest appear. TERMS; The sale will be made on n credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price, due in six months bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per ani.um from date until paid, having the force and effect, of a judgment for which execution payable to W. II. Brown. Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until all the purchase heirs-at-la- money is paid. W. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. I. . L. Walker. Att'v for PUT. A. M. Bourne. Auctioneer. on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER. 25. 1916, it being the first day of the Garrard Kentucky Lick. County Court Term the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows: Jl. Casey, D. V. Jl. A certain tract of land being and situated in Garrard County, Kentucky, d and being the same land that was to Jno. II. Potts by T. M. Dailey and wife and by O. W. Potts and wife by deed ot record in the Garrard Coun- Graduate Cincinnati Veterinury ty Clerk's office in Deed Hook 20, page College. 3s5, and dated October 6ih, 1900, and age 477 and dated DANVILLE. Deed Book 22, KENTUCKY. Marcli 29, 1907. said land is bounded on Noi th by Sebastian and Son, and the Rosa Ray; on the East by the lands of America Potts, on the South by Sehas-titnnd Son and contains about 16 acres. Said roster pit title to said land by deed from R. L. Elkin. trustee FUNERAL DIRECTOR of Jno. II Potts dated the 14th day of Office Over National Bank. April. 1909, nr.d recorded in said clerk's office in Deed Hook 33, page 522. Residence 1'hone 3. Office Phone 27 The purpose of this sale is to settle LANCASTER, KY. the estate of John Foster, deceased, and divide the proceeds, if any remain after payment of debts, among his heirs-at-'aas their interest mav ap- Dntlt. Faint John Veterinary Surgeon. J. A. Beazlev pear. i,ni iii, n.rr. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. TERMS The sale will be made on a credit of six months and the put chaser will be required to execute bond with approved security fur the purchase price due in to close out cost. six months bearing interest nt the rate of six per cent per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment for which rxecution may-issupayable to W. II. Brown, MasGARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. ter Commissioner of the Garrard CirOffice Hours Richard Boyle's Adm'r, et al, PllTs. cuit Court, and n lien will be reserved VS. upon the property sold until all the Maggie Boyle, et al, Defendants. purchae money is paid. M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler Pursuant to u judgment renderid at W. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. the August Term, 1010, the undersign- H. C. Kauffman. Att'y for Plffs, Doctors Of Denial Surgery. ed Commissioner will sell at public auc- A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer tion to the highest and best bidder, beOffice; 3tunnei UnlldlngoTci Hurt A Auder fore the Court House door in Lancaster on, nrnlliire ritore. Ky, at II o clock. A. M. or thereabouts LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 25. 1910, t be nir the first dav of the fifr.i.l County Court Term the real estate meniioneu in me pieauings und described as follows: In Garrard County, In the City of Lancaster, Kentucky, and the title to same was inherited by plaintiffs nnd defendants from Richard Boyle, deceased, and the same was couveted to Richard Boyle bv W. M. Bush and wife by deed dated December 20, lg(!8, and recorded in the Garrard County Clerk's Ollice in Deed Book Y. pufe 37, nnd the same is described as follows: at a stake corner to Dr. Bush on tho cemetery line; thence with said Everything for Orchard. Lawn nnd line N 2IJ E 13.0S poles to a stake, corner to said Bush; thence S C.5 E 18.35 Garden. poles to u stake; thence S 2H W 13.0S Write for free Catalojjne. No Afjta poles to n stake, corner to Oeorue; thence N G3J W 18.C5 poles to the containini; 1 acres. & Sons. The purpose of this sale is to settle the estate of Richurd Boyle, deceased, Lexington. Kentucky. and to divide the proceeds unions his 1S41. heirs-at-la191C as their interest mav an- - Three Brown Manley CULTIVATORS at COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. G. C. COX. Manse,Ky p, nun TREES WM Rhubarb, Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies iFruitand ShadeTres Strawberry Plants, Shrubs. Grape Vines, I 7 Jpppv .mrm rare,; H.F.Hillenmeyer PUMIU HUNTERS In TAKE NOTICE. - More Silo fa fiv. Less Money V COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. more and belter anchorage, door frame. Steel-hingeour.latch door. Steel step ladder, step every IS inches. Better compart. tiyecontruction throughout. Betting our figures and fixtures. Mike no deal for a silo without Get Our Prices Before You Buy Iurf ftna anMUr ..llmg .nil oprlinf upiMi rat.Q mors tJ. for Im mgn.jr K ny ado campuy a s'v. you. . Our dirscl iMpmtnt of uvs tnd as. 1st Wf wltk figunt pr.v it KENTUCKY SILO CO. W. I'. Kincaid, Mgr. Stanford, Ky. HASELDEN BROS. Agents for Garrard County, This Agreement Witnesseth; That order tn nrnteel Itm rrnm.. nn mi. lands for a period of three years we i.i...i.,....i....a .. tu iiiuiu .i Limn uuircnr, iiuk increon, nor permit anybody else to do so, and we further agree to prosecute with diligence ull persons who violate the gmne laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpose of hunting. And we further agree to uct us Deputy Game Wardens for the purHse of carrying out this agreement. Except cuch of us h.ne the right to kill rabbits on our ."arms or permit it to be done by another under our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible und reliable person selec'ed by us. This November 15th, 1915. R. L. Elkin, J. E. Robinson, W. II. Brown, Jno. M. I'urra, W. 11. Burton, Alex Walker, Huselden Bros., T. A. Elkin, F. M. Tinder, J. II. Dulton, Logan Hubble, John 11. Smith, .1. N. Ross, G. M, Deshoii, Fisher Herring, II. B. Cox, Hughes Bros, J. W, Sweeney. W. M. Muhan. Withers Bros, William, Marcus and Jim White. It. F. Wilmot, J. D. Tope, Mrs. David Chenault, Fred J. Conn, W. It. Cook, J, vY. Elmore, Huffman Bros, T. C. Itankin, Wm. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton, W. B. Moss T. M. Arnold. Jr. It. E. Henry. Jno. M. White, Bright Herring. A. D. Bradshaw, Scott Huffman, it. L. Barker. I The Central Record, Thursday Sept. 7 ELECTRIC I.IOHT FRANCHISE. AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOIl THE CREATION OF A TWENTY1 YEAR ELECTRIC LIGHT, HEAT AND TOWER FRANCHISE IN THE CITY OF LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, TO VEST THE PURCHASER THEREOF WHOSE nil) SHALL HE ACCEPTED IIY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LANCASTER WITH THE RIGHT AND PRIVILEGE OF USING THE STREETS AND PUHLIC WAYS OF THE SAID CITY, FOR THE ERECTION AND MAINTAINANCE OF POLES AND STRINGING THEREON OF WIRES, OR THE USE OF THE SAID PUI1LIC WAYS, . AtmifvKitm Ami ninwninitwiri pi r"pnlPlTV t.nn TllTtlt If? I' Ull LUflUUIvllflli ... .. . ......... ... . .. ... UIBimilUUOU r.w.Mlluvn I AND PRIVATE VSt.S IN UTIIKK LAWFUL, WA1B, Amr THE PRICES TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE SALE AND DISTR1H- AND UTION OF ELECTRICITY AND REGULATING THE PLACING MAINTENANCE OF POLES AND OTHER APPLIANCES ON AND UN-- ' DFR THE STREFTS AND PUBLIC WAYS OF THE CITY, AND PROV1D- ING FOR THE ADVERTISEMENT AND SALE OF THE FRANCHISE. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, DO ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: . . 19 Id from this there shall bn no appeal. CO to 100 KW. lira., at Pc per KW. Hr. of the City, ami nil post or poles ahall to erected and maintained In a vcrll-rn- l (IC) The right, privilege and fran 100 to 200 KW. lira., at 8c per KW. Hr. position and ao erected and maintained and wires placed so as not to chise granted under this) ordinance shall 200 to 600 KW. Hps nt 7cper KW. Hr. nt any time with travel on or use of the streets or public ways, or aide be for a term of twenty years, except 600 and over KW. Hrs., nt fie per KW. Hr. wnlks of said City by the public, or damage or Injure public or private propas provided herein, beginning July 1, The electricity consumed to lie measured by standard watt hour metera, 1917, erty, or rights of any person, corporation or company, that may now be and ending July I, 1837, ami furnished, installed nnd maintained by the Company. The meters are hereby expressly understood that it is under franchise or grant from said City. The materials, location and to ex nppllnnccs to be thoroughly tested nnd kept In condition by the Company to accurately piration of the trrm of years for which construction of all poles, conduits, wires and other fixtures and every lighting meter For each and record the amount of power consumed. Instant to the construction nnd operation of either over head or rights and privileges above enutner-alrmade, however, the system shall be nccording to the best engineering practices nnd subject to Installed n minimum charge of fifty cents per month may are granted and given to the Comtin tnannfflnn ntinrnvnl nntl mntrnl .if the Pitv. Atlv refinlrs nn the streets. no charge ahall be mnde by the Company for the Installing of meters wnere pany the said Company ahall have no j . n ... . .. it- - . -- - 4t,n - ri..lnrr.l nn.mmt u. ...LI!. . n. .I.tn...nll u. . . ..... , Inn t. nn f.r'fl... ......... nf lli.l.lnt nmi-n- . punilimivl. - IIP 111 thf- fl hnVC UFO 15 lOll" further rights or privileges for erecting ......maintenance of poles or caused by the erection or maintenance of said plant, shnll equal or exceed the minimum charge, and further provided that no keeping or maintaining polea or ulrn shall be done by nnd nt the expense of the Company. All the wires upon poles charge ahall be mnde for power consumed when the amount, pursunnt to the Uion the atreeta or public ways of tmd shnll be not less than twenty-twfeet above the ground or street nnd shall above rates, shall be less than the minimum charge. City ami the Company ahall without The Company shall furnish electricity for power, heating and similar notli-all poles, Mires ni.d be placed at n greater or less height above the ground or street when and remove wherever so directed by the City, or its authorized agent. All poles shall bo purposes at the following maximum rates: street equipment al once Uon the et Total monthly consumption, less than DO KW. Hrs., 8c per KW. Hr. straight nnd uniform, strong nnd substantial, nnd not less than seven Inches nt piratian ol the grant herein. ,nc smallest end. All wires carrying electric current sunn be so maintained Total monthly consumption, 60 to 200 KW. Hrs., 7c per KW. Hr. (17) This ordinance shell bo in full Total monthly consumption, 200 to 1000 KW. Hrs., fie per KW. Hr. force and clTect after Ita passage nnd nt n" times ns nofto endnngcr life, nnd all wires, conductors and nppllnnccs SECTION I. Hr. publication as requited bv law. Total monthly consumption, 1000 to 2000 KW. Hrs., Be per KW. That there be nnd the right, privilege nnd franchise is hereby award- - for the transmission of electric current shnll be thoroughly insulated and carry-- r Total monthly consumption, 2000 and over KW. Hrs., 4c per KW. Hr. L. G. DAVIDSON. Mayor, ed to the purchaser hereunder wohsc bl dshalt be accepted by the City Council shielded, so ns to render same harmless to touch or upon contact when ,.. i,... k tn ..... 1,., i,ii -- n.,,1. .ir...i. nvnmie. lani. nnd nllevs of ins current, nnd when the snid Insulation or covering on said wires becomes Power consumed to be measured by standard watt hour meters, to be L. N. MILLER, City Clerk t ex- the said City, tn" erect, construct, operate and maintain under, over nnd to thin or injured by nge. or otherwise, as .not to be safe nnd harmless to furnished, Instnlled nnd malntnlncd by the Company at the Company's across the snme through the City nil necessary poles, crosaarms, transform- - touch said wires snail oe replaced iy omcr wires, wnicn mcei me require- ponsc. inese meters snnu no inorougniy icsic.i ami iepi i ei.riui.iu ower wires, conduits, nnd other nppllnnccs for the purpose of conducting, sup- - mcnt herein. It Is understood that the Company will be required to use the accurately record the nmount of power consumed. For each nnd every trs, for light, heat, power nnd all ulley ways ns mucn ns prncticni ior selling poics nna carrying wires, ami u meter installed a minimum charge for the same may be made of one dollar plying, distributing nnd selling electricity per month tier meter pics twenty-fiv- e cents per month per horse power con other lawful purposes to the City of Lancaster, Ky., nnd the inhabitants posts, poles, guy wires, and the current enrrying wires nnd cables in the bo made when nnd with the right, privilege nnd franchise for a period of twenty tire system are to be so constructed and maintained as not to interfere with ncction. Provided, however, that no such minimum charge shall or ex years to erect poles, swing wires, cables nnd lay conduits in, under, over and j the use of public ways by the public, or to obstruct the flow of water In any the charge for power consumed ns provided herein shall be equal to charge ahall be rfpact tlow Ihlt fcraHincli lot ih ticlu along the .public ways of the City for the distribution, transmission, deliu gutter or drain, nnd the entire system shnll be kept nt all times in good order cccd such minimum charge, nnd provided further that no It uh ot oar Urine r tntterlbri. and It lur made for power consumed ns provided herein when the nmount of such bill the tala ot aioca, iiain sti.1 men Ihmgt an cry nnd sale of electricity, nnd said right shall extend to all streets, lanes, and conditions, so ns not to endanger life and to give good and efficient nppnratus there shall would be less than the minimum charge. The nbovc charges shall be the (arm tt Iht Itrrm-- r fatuiol atTorit lo a.trtr-tlx- . nnd public ways of snid City which are now open or may be here- - vice. In the erection of such poles, wires and other will b authority be no cutting or mutilating of shade trees upon the public streets, avenues or maximum allowed and it shall bo provided in the said rules of tho Company Hurt, No noller tNioulrtn celfit ottr lour inaftcr be opened, or nny new streets that may be opened with full two (tiff nt lh init will public ways without the consent of the City and In the event consent is secured and Incorporated in the franchise that the customers shall be entitled to n five l.inp. nn,l nllevs of said Citv in ivn .i: v,i. .ii.v,. rnsD, trv of chart responsible to the per cent deduction for nil bills paid in ensh at nny time not later than the ns may be necessary to the erection of poles or laying of conduits, in accord- - from the City the City r shall under no circumstances be any damnge done by the Compnny. For Sitlc: Some nice Alfalfa baled loth of each month succeeding the service rendered. Hut the Company shall owners of the said trees-foI. .i, .i ,,t:tlnr. thm nn. Imnnsed in this ordinance. Homer Tinaley. ' The City may require at the Company's expense the Installing of as In; permitted to make more liberal deductions for cash payments, and further hay. SECTION II. which . provided that the Company may make special rales both under the lighting The said franchise shnll be duly advertised for sale and bids received many ns twelve metnl standards in addition to those now In the Park, Foil SALE Good voung Southduwn nnd power sections herein but the snme privileges shall be accorded to all con- therefor at public outcry nnd the same shall be awarded nnd granted to standards shall be similar to nnd match the said standards. buck. Will sell cheap. (7) The said Company in consideration of the grant herein made sumcrs of electricity under tho same circumstances and conditions. That is, The highest nnd best bidder thereof, that is, to the bidder most favorable Lee Gaslineau, It No 2, Paint Lick. use to the interest of the City under the terms, limitations nnd conditions of this agrees to assume the payment of and to pay nil the judgments rendered there is to be no discrimination between the rates accorded consumers who ngninst the said City or against the Company owing to or caused by any . the same under like or similar conditions. Lot of gocd mixed FOR SALE: ordinnnce. act of negligence on the part of said Company, or any of its employees, ugents The snid Company shall furnish for commercial lighting, power, heat hay. SECTION III. r hour period e.irh Mrs. Victoria Anderson. That said City shall receive bids for said franchise nt public outcry on or servants, in the erection of or maintenance of said electric lighting system nnd electric lights ns herein provided for a full twenty-foulighting system during 'nnd every day in the week for and during the period of the fr:inchio granted the 23rd day of September, 1910, at 1 o'clock, P. M., or thereabouts, in front in the said City, or in the operation of said electric Foil Sai.K 25 Rood ewes and 3 extra herein. of the Court House door in the City of Lancaster, Kentucky, and will nward the life of this grant. 8) The City reserves the right to itself to regulate the placing o( The Company shall furnish electricity to the City of Ijincastor. for good PoUi-- China tomr. franchise to the highest and best bidder thereof, reserving the right, said Walker llradthaw. however, to reject any and nil bids for snid franchise, or to ncccpt such poles upon the streets and no poles or posts shall be placed in the City light, power and heating purposes upon the same terms in provided herein for shall upon any public streets, alleys or ways except under the direction und with individuals and commercial lighting at any time the City desires it. bid ns it may deem bqst, and in case nil the bids received therefor For Salk 160 buhla of batley, 75 The Company is hereby granted the right and may make and establish be rejected the City may direct said franchise to be again offered for sale the consent of the City, nnd the City reserves the right to itself to at any( points upon reason- - nil reasonable rules and regulations not inconsistent with the law concerning bushels of affd rye. In tha form U U now ntTpred. nr rh.mrn the form thereof and reoffer the time have removed nny post or pole nnd placed at other Mrs C A. Itol inson same for sale nnd continue to offer the same for sale, or change the form able notice to the Company, and ten days previous notice shall be regarded the furnishing of electric service ns provided herein, but the said rule and thorough-breFOR SALE; Ten thereof until a satisfactory bid is received, approved and accepted by the City, as reasonable, and upon the failure of the Lompany to make such change regulations shall be subject to the approval of the Louncil and said comnfter notice the City shall have the right to make the snid change at the i);1ny shall not inforce said rules until same arc submitted to and approved by Southdown buck lambs. Price flS. SECTION IV. the Council, nnd the Council reserves to itself the right to regulate, change each while Ihey last. In determining the highest, best nnd most favorable bid to the City Company's expense. A. D, llradshnw, (9) That said Company shall furnish to the City of Lancaster during or modify such rules adopted by the Company at nny time, the following shall be considered: As provided hereinafter, the purchaser (12) The Company shnll furnish to the City of Lnncnslcr electric Stanford. Route 4. shall be required to furnish for the City of Lancaster for the purpose of the life of this franchise nnd the said City shall use during that time for streets a minimum of fifty (60) lamps of not less than One Hund- - public lighting in said City a minimum of fifty lamps of 100 candle power rent and the City of Lancaster agrees nnd contracts to purchase from the FOR SALE Twenty feeding hogs, a whiph the ritv nurees nml will nav a sum each, same to be produced by not less than eighty watts of energy, nnd In Company electric current in qunntity nnd power sufficient for the operation of ..... mm mnillg.nmwr ' tar , . ....... .. . , . , v.1 .i . . wun waier ior aim uur- "". " I...HC.....i -rr .i not exceeding Twenty Dollars ($20.00) annually for each lamp, and the bid the event there snouid tie manuiacturea anu prouueeu anu piaceu upon uia motor driven pumps to supply me uity oi J- Thompson, which produces more candle power with eighty watts jng the period of this franchise- - Equipment necessary for pumping said received at public outcry ngreeing to perform nil other conditions of this market for sale a lamp Prcachersvllle, Ky. ordinance and further agreeing to furnish the minimum of 60 said lamps and of energy the City reserves the right to have same Installed in lieu of the tor, which will consist of electric motors and suitable pumps, will be furnish-- ! ns many more as the City from time to time may order Instnlled at a series nitrogen inmp contemplnting in this grant. However, the City shall ed. paid for nnd instnlled by the City of Lancaster. The Company shall fury0ll RENT My fa rm of 64 acres Twenty Dollars ($20.00) per lamp ;cr r.ot have the privilege of this change in the event it requires a new wiring nish, build and construct a line of wires and poles from the City service ' ur price which shall be the lowest under I'or rticulara apply to Ky. annum each shall be considered the highest and best bin, and the laid lud- - equipment to use the same, or snouid said lamps exceed in price me sum ime to the water works plant or the Lily and connect with motors and main-de- r J. A. Conn, Jr. which the said City agrees to and will pay a sum not tain the same nt the Company's expense. The wires from the City service shall when the franchise shall be awarded subject to the approval of of two dollars each, for FOR Jersey the Council file the said bid in writing, nnd simultaneous therewith file n exceeding Twenty Dollars ($20.00) per annum each, and n sum as much less line to the water works plant of the City shall be Insulated as provided in the sum of Two Thousand Dollnrs (2,000 00) thnt such bidder will per annum each as the Company agrees to furnish the same to the City in in for City wires, and the poles shall be as provided herein for poles in the Hull 18 months old. Perfect color and II. J. Tinslev. comply with the terms of the franchise if his bid shall be accepted by the its bid as provided in Section 3 of this ordinance, and it is understood that' City. The City reserves the right to itself to change the location of its water marking'. Lancaster, Ky. ' lhe above described lamp is the kind and character for which bid is re-- ! works plant, if necessity should require, and also the present City water tank. Council. quired in Section 3. And the City reserves the right to have Installed as many . The Company shall furnish such power and at such times as is necessary to SECTION V. FOR RENT-- 35 acres of good grass It shall be the duty of the mayor of said City to and he shall nfter additional lamps as above described ns it may deem best from time to time, keep the City supplied with water at all times. All current so furnished the and plenty of water. " the adoption and publication of this ordinance give due notice by advertise- - nnd the Company to furnish the same at the price finally agreed upon not to City shnll be measured by standard watt hour meters and charged to the Mra. Carrie Davidson. mcnt for not less than two consecutive weeks in the Central Record, a news- - exceed the sum of Twenty Dollars ($20.00) per annum. That the said Com- - City of Lancaster at i flat rate of three cents per KW. Hrs. Rut it shall R. F. D. no. 3. Uncaiter. paper published in the City of Lancaster, Kentucky, weekly, and in surh cany shall furnish to the City during the life of this franchise and the City . be agreed between the Company and the City of Lancaster that the City shall For Sale 400 bushela extra quality, oi.:er newspapers or publications us he may deem advisable that 'his said shall use during that time a minimum of ten (10) lamps of sixty (60) candle pay a minimum charge for the pumping of the said water of 11200.00 per franchise will be sold for the said City through him nt the time and nlace power each, which shall be produced by not less than 60 watts of energy, for annum. And it shall be further provided that the motors shall be kept in absolutely clean wheat. G. A. Swlnebroad. set out herein and in the manner herein provided, and the substance of the which the City agrees to pay the sum of Seventeen Dollars and fifty cents repair by the Company and the City to pay the actual expense for keeping requirements of this ordinance, and the said Mayor shall at the said time and ($17.60) per annum per lamp, and in the event a lamp shall be manufactured the same In repair not including labor, but Including oil. Dills shall be renderFOR SALE; Three thousand good place proceed to sell the said franchise as provided, and shall repoit his arts and produced foe use and placed upon the market for sale which furnishes ed monthly for said service and charge shall be made for current actually oak tobacco sticks. C. Green, to the Council, together with the highest, best and most favorable bidder t more car.dle power with 60 watts of energy the City reserves the right to consumed during the previous month. Paint Lick, Ky. have same Installed under the conditions set out above in the provision of the herein, for the acceptance or rejection of the City. (13) The Company shall execute bond with good surety to the City in fifty lamps, and the said Company shall furnish as many more of the sixty the sum of Three Thousand Dollars ($3000.00) for the benefit of whom It may SECTION VI. I have sixty acres of graaa for That the said franchise shall be awarded and granted subject to the candle power lamps nt the said price as the City may elect to have installed, concern that each, every and all of the provisions, terms and conditions of grazing. Cattle or horses preferred. ; that said Company shall furnish to the City during the life of this franchise following terms, limitations and conditions: the franchise shall be kept and performed in good faith and said bond shall W. 1). Walker, Lancaster, Ky. (1) Where and when the word City is used herein it shall refer to nnd theCity shall use during that time a minimum of ten (10) forty (40) be kept In force and continuance during the life of the franchise granted and Twenty thouaand feet of sheeting and and mean the City of Lancaster, Kentucky, and where and when the word candle power lamps which shall be produced by not less than 30 watts of shall be for the protection of said City and for the protection and lienefit of Company is used herein it shall refer to and mean the purchaser and own- - energy, nnd in the event there shall be manufnetured, produced for use and the citizens of said City, who may be usersof electricity for the fulfillment two by four lumber. Will sell cheap er, its, his or the successors or assigns of this franchise, and the word City placed upon the market for sale a lamp which produces more candle power of the conditions set out in this ordinance and the failure to keep said bond in for cash, also five new Iny frames. Hughes llroa. instead of the City of Lancaster, Kentucky, and the word Company being with said amount of energy the City reserves the right to have the same force as required herein, at any time, shall lie the cause for an annulling and used herein for brevity. installed under the conditions set out for the fifty lamps herein, for which ' forfeiting of any franchise and rights granted at the option of the City, and For Rent for the year 1917. a house (2) The purchaser of this franchise whose bid shall be accepted by the City agrees to pay the sum of Fourteen Dollars ($14 00) per lamp per the City may require a renewal of said bond from time to time if deemed and 16 acres if grass, and 0 acres to the Council, (called Company) its successors or assigns, shall have the right annum, nnd the said Company shall furnish as many more of the said forty insufficient. b put In wheat. for the term of twenty years, beginning July 1, 1917, and ending July 1, candle power iomps at the said price as the City may elect to have installed.) (14) That the failure of the purchaser of the franchise to commence J. F. Corn, 1937, to the use of the streets nnd highways and alleys as provided in sec- - The City reserves to itself the right to have the said 100 candle power, CO the construction of the plant nr.J the performance of the conditions herein R. F. 1). nol Lancaster, Ky. tion I herein, to furnish electricity, light, heat and power for the use of the candle power nnd 40 candle power lamps located nt any points in the City it provided in the building and construction of the plant, or the failure to and the inhabitants thereof, provided the maximum prices for electric shall direct, and to have the same interchanged monthly upon notice to the ' plete said plant within the time herein provided and required, or any FOR SALE: One horse wagon and heat nnd power so furnished shall not exceed the "price herein fixed, Company. In the event the Company shall bid at the sale of this franchise qucnt wilful violation of the restrictions and conditions of this ordinance shnll harness; one buckboard and two feed Lut the right, privilege and franchise is also granted from and after the pub-'- a sum equal to or less than the price provided herein for the CO candle power 'at the option of the City annual and work n forfeiture of any right or boxes, capacity 40 bushels each. Iication and adoption of this ordinance and the acceptance of the bid herein lamps, the City reserves the right to substitute the 100 candle power for the ' franchise acquired herein and hereunder, nnd said provision shnll apply to nny Mrs. I. C. Rurker, by the Council for the Company to use the streets, alleys and public ways 00 candle power lumps, and in the event the Compnny shall bid for the said and all successors and assigns of such purchaser, and the provisions herein Paint Lick. Kv. of the City for the erection of poles nnd the swinging of wires nnd the fifty lamps of 100 candle power at the said sale a sum equal to the price 'shall be in addition to any recovery under 3 as provided herein, FARM FOR SALE. laying of conduits preparatory to the furnishing of and distribution and sale provided for the forty candle power lamps the City reserves the right to itself (IB) The said City does hereby reserve to itself the right to purchase of electricity in the City of Lancaster, which transmission, distribution, fur- - to abolish both the 40 and CO candle power altogether and have substituted, plant, property, nnd tho street and nllcy equipment of snid lighting system On Sugar Creek, five milea from nlshing and sale of electricity shall begin July 1, 1917. to be installed and in pursuance to this ordinance nnd the Company herein known as the John Lackey farm. therefor the 100 cundle power lamps. Provided that said wires for conveying and conducting electricity shall AH shades, reflectors and fixtures used in street lighting shall be sub- - grants to the said City the said right at any time upon and after the explra- - For information see W. II. Lackey, rot be within five feet of any telephone or telegraph Company's wires, who ject to the approval of the City Council. on or nfter July 1, 1921. And Lancaster, Ky. tion of seven years from July 1, 1917, have wires upon the streets of the City by legal grant. The Company shall keep in repair all the said street lamps and replay In the event the City exercises the said right, nil right, privileges nnd frnn- Fresh Cow For Sale Roacoe Hud- (1) The Company shall begin the construction of its electric light the same with new lamps when falling to furnish light of normal standard chise granted to the Company herein, or its successors or assigns to use the ( f.ril power plant and the erection of its poles nnd the swinging of its wires power nt Company's expense, and the Company shall have deducted from the streets and public ways shall cease. Said City to purchase and the snid Com- - son. Hubble, Ky. within sixty days from and after the final adoption and the publication price agreed herein to pay for lamps by the City the sum of twenty-fivpany to grant and convey upon the following conditions; tine two yetr old ., nt Ihn nnlinin.. ft.nt.llni, nn- ft... n. hie.. tvu thn C'ntn. ..nmnUln ..rnl.lt In Inn Cll.. ... ll. tltm. nf llm ran.nli.lli.,, nf FOR SALE:-- A Tl... I. Iiu u .. t .... . ... v,,. vw.ttjtwiijr muu l,.,tl v.,tt.'... ivil.a JJVr :..Ut lur Vrtvi. IIUIIIJ) .uuing, . iiuuu.i; H..V,f 11a .... uu. k.raln gnu o r:i!.. w ..!.,. ii.t. .... . ... no ... Tl.nlj .iiv, " u,i uiHitmim: '".v Southdown PUck I.awson and Ilrcwn. nnd have ready for operation its plant and Bystem not later than the 15th City shnll pay said Company's account that shall be duo herein for street ihe plant and system herein with a true and correct itemized account of the FOR SALE; Three day of May, 1917, and shall execute bond to the City in the sum of One lighting in monthly installments. cost and expense in building and constructing its plant, property and street heifers and G. W. Elam. inousanu uouurs (.iuuu.uuj ior tno launiui penormance ot mis portion oi (10) The said Company shall operate its system Installed for the pur- - equipment, which cost and expense shall be made basis in estimating the one good bull calf. the franchise. .. .. pose of street nnd public lighting and shall furnish the said light as provided value of tho plant and described herein at the time tho City elects to pur-- j hAL,h: 0,000, old kept In the (4) Said Company shnll furnish nn alternating current system for the hereinbefore for street nnd public lighting on all night lighting basis from chase the same, also tho amount of depreciation of the system from the time . . ioubcco ' manufacture of electricity for power, heat and light and shull be provided fifteen minutes after sun-se- t until dawn, and by schedule duly published show- -' of the construction of the plant up to the time the City elects to purchase, J' r., L. McWhorter. ... ... , v. .. . t. .V...H i . . l. .,,,.l,,, .. .. i t i,A .;il, uu'iivu..u lunvi nA.i, i. . i i ..nr l. : ,i. i n ..t.i i : . . i. . n...nH :.!,.. i i.H tk uai,,A u.t ..tv .. : . : ...... .!... y luiuunuui, ,i uu vm.uv DUIU I1KI1.S BUt.li LHJ lu.livu .'II UIIU Ull, ...v.i.l WIV Btllilc, uiiij I. may uv tunsiuci.u w.ou lliui, la, oiiui. im.v ing wneil OI1U Wllul IIOUT Win iiiuiiiiiici uuuiuuiiui Kuull milt.ll, 1'iuuu.iii two engines, two boilers and two dynamos, said dynamos to have a capacity of schedule shall first be approved by the Council and said Company shall furnish' ". added to the system from the time the Company begins the operation, For Sale:-G0- 00 tobacco sticks, at least 75 KVA each, sume to be located and maintained during life of fran- - the lights under the said schedule for every night In the yeur. A copy of the July 1, 1917, to tho date the City elects to purchaso the same. It shall be! Frank Thompson, chise within the City limits of the City of Ijincaster, Kentucky; suid dynamos schedule shall be kept on file with the City Clerk of the City of Iincaster provided in the franchise that In considering the value of the good will as Phone 382-Stanford It. R. 4. to be three phuze, CO cycle and said engines to have sufficient capacity to op- - And the franchise may provide for inforcing this provision. provided herein that same shall not exceed in the estimnto of the value For Sal!-- 1 Southdown buck, crate the said plant und nil electricnl nppliances shall be the best and of such (11) The Company shall furnish electric current to any and ail tht of said plant the sum of Three Thousund Dollars ($3000.00) that Is, the nrbl- -' Jaa. Todd, Paint Lick Ky. design us to Insure satisfactory und the best service. The capacity of said Inhabitants, residents, business firms, corporations and to churches and for trators may consider the said good will and tho additional value of the plant electric plant in the mutter of engines and dynamos shall be tncreused should public buildings and for ornamental lighting for street lighting when tht by reason of the same und fix It ut nny sum that mny be just und fair, but not ! p O the growth of the Citytund use of electricity require it to furnish efficient same shall be upplled for and same shall be furnished within a reasonable to exceed said sum of $3000.00. If the City and the Company arc unable to'nM jg.', evvea'and '"yearling light and power service to the said City and light, power and heat to the time ufter the application electric current under the following con- -' agree upon a fnir valuation of the said plant, property, street and alley W(.lnerJI thahe'aays need a new h inhabitants of the City nnd the rapacity said plant or system ahall be at ull ditlons: equipment of said lighting und power system, and ngrec upon the price the 10MU. ' ' times such that the disabling of any boiler, engine, generator or other unit The Company shall furnish the necessary wiring for connecting with City shall pay and the Company receive for the same, the question of the or the cutting out of any such unit for repairs or cleaning will not effect the street service line to the consumer's residence or place of business at price to be paid by the City to the Company and that the Company shall re-- j Farm for sale: 89 acres well lin- the efficiency of the service to be rendered as provided In this ordinance. The the Company's expense, provided the residence and place of business is celve from the City shall be referred to a board of arbitrators selected as proved C miles from Lancaster on shall maintain n pressure of 110 volts throughout Its system. not more than fifty yards from the street service line, and the consumer shall follows: The City Council to setect one person, who may be a citizen of the '"Hton pike near Camp Dick Robinson, (5) The City shall have the right through Its employees and author- - puy for the wire und poles required for ull dlatnnces further than 60 yards town of Lancaster, the Company to select one person, who shall not be finan-.'o- r further Information apply to Dunn Bro- - Lancaster Ky. ized agents to inspect und test the lights and the efficiency of the lights fiom the street service line, that is, for the additional wire extending from dally Interested either as a part owner or as a utockholder of the Company,! furnUhed by the Company nt any and all times and said Company shall fifty yards to the consumer's residence or place of business. The Company ( and the price agreed upon by the two shall be paid by the City nnd accepted by Phone 40 U Bryantsvllle. lunusn anu i.eep convenient al ull times tor use by suld City or Its ugents to erect snid poles and string suid wires to the consumer's place of residence tho Company for the said street and alley equipment of the said lighting sys- - yJ',"t for such Inspection or test the best instruments und apparatus. or business at Company's expense. In case of .light and power installation! tern. In the event the two persons selected can not agree the Circuit Judge i n rlaiivhmnn annlh nf nanvill. (C) There shall be no poles or posts placed upon, or erected upon the the consumer shall pay the cost of wiring and Installation of equipment of the 13th Judicial District, then duly elected, qualified and acting ahall be delivered to Simon Well & Son of Lex. Public Square in the City, nor any poles erected any nearer the Public Square necessary and that the service lines for supplying the lights or motors In selected as the umpire and the decision of the said board ai'Wus composed nirton, 114 head of fat cattle which he than the first alleys around the Public Squure, und there shall be no wires the building shall be run to the outside of the building at consumer's expense, shall be final. In the event the Circuit Judge declines or refues to act thelgijjrgged! to this big buyer aome time or cables swung over or across the Public Square by the Company herein Company shall furish electricity as stated for lighting residences. County Judge of Garrard County, then duly elected, ouallfled and netlna-- . ahall ' .w an p.,i The and any currents of electricity used, distributed And sold upon the Public stores, churches, public buildings, electric signs and for other similar pur be substituted for Circuit Judge of the 13th Judicial District. In the event the balance the first of this week, they Square shall be by means of conduits, or service through alleys. The City poses at the following maximum rates: that no decision can be reached as thus provided the right is granted to the averaging 1,389 pounds. Mr. llangh-Cithereby reserves the right to itself to regulate the height of said poles and to have condemnation proceedings instituted In the Garrard Circuit Court man had had them on corn and cotton 5 KW. Hr, or less at 20c per KW. Hr. but charge to consumer not to exaltitude of said lights and wires and other communications. No poles, post ceed until power consumed exceeds 10 KW. Hrs., total monthly con- and the question of value of the said system and the amounts to be paid by seed meal on his farm In the McCor-th- e or connection of any Und shall be erected on the streets, alleys or public sumption. City and received by the Company shall be left to the judgment of the mack's church section for tha put ways of raid City except at such points as may be designated by the agent 10 to 60 KW. Hrs., at 10c per KW. Hr. Court, which judgment shall be binding and final upon both parties hereto,1 season. 1 under-ground d 1 nltll iir.iiumui"t I V ! o 1 rrinurntc mi nutTI .ir-no- ( 1 om-l- ... ... ..... .. ... k" .'"" ...-- i". here-bon- d corn-Cit- subsc-light- Lan-cnat- t: - h,'.'h .' L. .... ' j -- ,l. . . 1 I I for-suc- I I .,i y $1-0-