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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 14, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916091401_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 14, 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. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELIGION, UNI A RN1SHED DEMOCRACY AND OOOD QOVERNMEN1. TWKNTT SEVENTH MAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. SEPTEMBER 14. 1916. Dale KUMBER 24. Tin for sale. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. KILLED SON-IN-LA- CHRISTIAN CHURCH REVIVAL WAGONS If you are thinking about buying a Farm Wagon you cannot afford to miss seeing the many good points in the Drop into the Record office nnJ get n Booth Sutlon Shot Br Sweeney Morgan. Woodrow Wilson button. The Ky. Conference of the Methodist church South, convenes nt Nicholaiville next Wodneadsy, Iliahop A'tkln will preside. At about seven o'clock Saturday night occurred one of the most regret .able tragedies that has taken place In Garrard County in a number of years, when Sweeney Morgan killed his son in- iaaaWn fm 1 Owensboro Wagon For Draft, Service and (Durability, this wagon gives the best of satisfaction. We have a number of satisfied customers using this wagon. Gome and let us explain. Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. Fourteenth Annual KENTUCKY State FAIR LOUISVILLE WORLD'S September 11-1- 6, 1916 HORSE SHOW Daily Trotting, Pacing and Running Races GREATEST SADDLE Clean and Classy Midway Craad Military riftanl aad Atlilrtlc Tournimmt, rccleaned law, Hooth Sutton, at the home of Frank Holtzclaw, another cf Hudson, Hughes &. Fnrnau. Mr. Morgan, on Crab Orchard pike. The facts as they appeared at the and Lan Coroner's inquest seem to be as follows LOST between a brown leather tuit Mr. Sutton had been drinkingand trou caster Sept case. Liberal reward if returned to ble occurred between him and his wife this office. at their home. Mrs. Sutton left home and went to the home of her jister, Mrs Thn Union services Sunday night will Frank Holtzclaw, who lives about two he at the Methodist church instead of or three hundred yards from the Sutton auditorium, llro. Pollitt home. the School Sutton followed and came to will preach his farewell sermon. the Holtzclow home with a shotgun. Lime in barrels, $1.00; Inpaperaacks, Another quarrel ensued and Mrs. King, 2.'j c. The use of lime often prevents a sister of Mr. Morgan interposed. At descale. Hudson, Hughes & Karnau. this time Mrs. Sutton is said to have gone to the home of a neighbor, Mr. Quarterly meeting services at the Bruce Lawson and telephoned to Sheriff Methodist chuech in this city Sunday. Ballard to come and arrest her husband, Itev. C. II. (ireer presiding elder of the At about this time Mr. Morgan is said Danville, District will preach Saturday to have learned of the trouble from a night at 7;3Q. also Sunday morning at little aon of Mr. Frank Holtzclaw, and with a shotgun, went from his home to eleven o'clock. the Holtzclaw home, a distance of about We handle only the highest grade one hundred yards. On arriving there, Ki rat Patent Flour. is guaranteed as testified by Mrs. King, Mr. Morgan It to please you or your money bacK. said, "Get up from there Grace", and Hudson, Hughes & rarnau. fired at Sutton, who was sitting on the porch, from a distance of about ten feet. The shot entered just over the COKE FOR SALE. heart, cutting the aorta. Mr. Morgan COKE is belt for tobacco curing. says that he shut in self defense, and that Hudson, Hughes and Karnau. Mr. Sutton was rising (rem his seat and was about to shoot him. The body was found around the corner of the FARM SOLD. house about forty feet from the scene George Itoblnson bought of T. A. of the shooting by the Sheriff on his Klkin two hundred and fifteen acres of arrival, and beside it was a shot gun. his farm on Stanford pike, including all After the Coroner's inquest, Mr the land on the Kaat side of the road Suttons body was' removed to his own and including the house. The price home and burial took place in the Lanwas private. caster Cemetery Tuesday. Mr Morgan was granted a guard until after his examining trial, which will be DIVORCE GRANTED. held today. Northern or Home grown seed rye for rale. 1 111 .ii ' ilj 'hi Malleable Range This Week and get a oiu.uu (Mfl A A Of"P r REV. C. S. I1ROOKS. The protracted meeting will begin at the Christian Church on September 24th and will be conducted by Evangelist C. S. Ilrooks. I)r Hrooks is one of the leading Evangelists of the Church and bis popularity and ability are to be seen from the following press reports in towns where he has recently held fl 15 oli ur ruiu. nn nirnn a ALuniNun i u uti-t- u m WARE FREE WITH EACH RANGE I Come and see the wonderful improvements. Stupendous Decorated Automobile Parade for Priiw Great Fraternal Gathering for Friday of Fair Week Livestock Tkursday and Free Auction Sale of Pure-Bre- d Friday Reduced R. R. Rates Suite 604 Republic $40,0C0 in Premiums Look rill, Ken tacky Addreu W. J. GOOCH, Secretary Bid. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Office Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. The case of Stella Sanders Perkins The parties of this tragedy were suing her husbard for divorce and a prominent in tne community, Mr settlement of four thousand dollars was Sutton being a well to do young farmer decided in favor of the plaintiff by and carpenter and a prominent member Judge Hardin Friday, and she was al of the Odd Fellows Lodge, while Mr nd lowed an absolute divorce and Morgan is one of the County's most dollars. prominent farmers and stockmen. Mr Morgan has engaged Judge L. L. Walk er and J. I. Hamilton for his attorneys BABY'S LETTER NO. 3. and the prosecution has engaged J. E. Miss Ulahop who grows the rose Robinson to assist the Commonwealth. Knows what to do with old carpets And your cast off clothes. DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING Here's my word on trust Her Vacum Sweeper takes up dust-Lu- ngs Ii Laawter Cm1t Cwt Dir. wont bust, and 0 Itigg Will Chairman Elkin of the campaign con.-mittNot plant you in Cemetery hill. has secured Congretsman David II. Kinchloe to speak at the Court GOOD GAME. House on the fourth Monday in SeptemPaint Lick defeated their old nval ber, County Court day. The party is to be congratulated in securing Mr. Hustonville Saturday by a score of The game was well played and was es- Kinchloe to open the speaking campecially exciting as these two teams paign here, for he is one of the very The camhad previously played a fourteen inning best speakers in the state. tie. Manager Woods is planning to paign committee will do their best to have games on September 21st. 22i.d arrange for a big Democratic day at this occasion. Democrats in all parts and 23rd with Whites Station. of the County are urged to do their part in advertising this speaking date. CORMNEY-LEE meeting?. "Dr. Ilro.ks is a constructive cvan geiist oi the highest order. In every department of its life the church is stronger because of the coming of this man." Minnesota Christian. 'All the good people o' Fort Smith are obligated to Evangelist Ilrooks for the awakening thkt he has caused among men. Our city will be better for his coming, and the people have been impressed with the solemnity of SB life. Ft. Smith Daily news. 'Dr. Brooks' sermons are sane. scriptural and safe. He is not a sensationalist nor does he employ methods to win a crowd. He preaches the old Jerusalem gospel with fervor and power. His clearness enables even the children to understand his message." Plainfield News. A competent sinter will be secured to lead the song services during the meeting and from now on preparations for a fine choir are being made by choir practice every Friday evening under the direction of the organist, Mrs. May Hughes Noland. clap-trap Haselden Lancaster, - Bros., Kentuckv 51 Wholesale and Retail Hardware. a 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 saritary line on the market, so Is easier to sell. Valuable territory free at present-- No capital, usf a team and wagon. Those interested write .l Uf f ffdni6U A Good Reliable Man in every County in Ky. 3 g FURST a THOMAS, Freeport, Illinois, Ky. OR L. D. CARTER, Nicholasville, STATE FAIR GREAT SUCCESS. Reports from the State Fair show that the largest attendance on for the first three days was registered this year. A number of Garrard County people are in attendance and the latgest crowd ia expected Friday. The Championship Saddle Stake will be awarded Friday night and this classic ia the most popular rinsr of all the horse exhibits. The Kentucky Red Berkshire associ ation nave a large exhibit of hogs, a great number of which were shipped from this county. Those exhibiting from this section are W. B. rutley, R. I. Bruce, W. M. Denny. J. G. Burn-sidS. L. Gibbs. Robt Walker, Walter Walker, and Woods Walker and aon. Capital $50.000. Reliable Directors. Surplus $50.000. 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. We Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. B. F. HUDSON. President. J. J. WALKER, Vice Prest. W. 0. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. r. Joe J. Walxer. Jr., W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. Lancaster, LOOK! Buggies Old Hickory Wagons Buggy Harness Wagon Harness Plow Gear Collars Collar Pads Back Bands Buggy Whips Stoves and Ranges Paints and Oils Pumps - The marriage of Miss Myrtle Corm- - KENTUCKY HIS ney to Mr W. it. Lee was solemized at TORICAL REGISTER. the Thoenix Hotel in Lexington, last Thursday. Rev J. J. Clcre officiating. The September number of the KenAfter the ceremony the bridal party tucky Historical Register has been motored to the groom's home near received at our desk, and we conNina where an elegant dinner was en- gratulate its efficient Editor, Mrs. joyed by many of the friends and rel Jennie Chinn Morton for this attracatives. tive volume containing sketches of the Life of Judge Thomas James, COLORED SCHOOL OPENING. The Life of General Ben Logan, many other interesting articles of The Lancaster Colored School opened and doing a Monday with an enrollment of 128 Kentncky. Mrs Morton is work in preserving the his P'ipils. Talks were made by the teach- valuable and she ers and the Principal, J. J. Green. tory of our earlier days should receive the help of every Ken- This School it tilling a valuable place in tucklan. the life of the colored people and has shown a marked improvement every year. GOOD SELECTION Although hi had made no application and filed no credentials and was represented by no spokesman. Prof J Coa-teState Supervisor of Rural Schools, was this week elected president of the Eastern Kentucky State Normal School at Richmond over thirty competitors by aunaiiimous vote of the Hoard of Regents of State Normal Schools, , SP00NAM0RE. Guaranteed " " " " " " J ... - W. C. T. The following officers rresident-M- rr, U. were elected, " " " - Steel and Galvanized Roofing, Flintoid Felt Rootling Rubber Tires, the best money can buy, ALL GUARANTEED Let us Shoe your Home. President Mrs. Harriet Currey, Corresponding Secretary Mrs. Maria Kirby, TreasurerMrs Mary Price. The Union will meet the second Saturday In each month. The State convention will convene at Lexington Sept. 22 to 20th. Two delegates from this Union. GOES TO LANCASTER. Mr. Frank Pumphrey and family motored to Lancaster Sunday, where they spent the day with Mr. Pumphrey' mother who has been quite ill. Mr. Pumphrev has been a member of Fleecy Kinnaird, Vice Mrs. Allie Lear, Secretary W. J. ROMANS, I Lancaster, Ky. 3S- - The News force from the beginning. and his connection with ui has been valuable and satisfactory. Mr. Pumphrey is not only a skillful mechanic, and muter compositor, but ha is one of the best citizens in Somerset, and loyal to bis church and to everything that is uplifting. Somerset news. the pretty daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Spoonamore, died at the home of her patents after a brief illness. All that loving hands could do was done to alleviate the pain of the little one, and hope was aroused in the hearts of those who watched but Tuesday night there was "The rustling of a wing" and an angel bore the little girl to him who said; "Suffer little children to come unto me anrf forbid them not for such is the kingdom of haven." Mr. and Mrs. Spoonamore have the sympathy of the community in their DOCKET CLEARED. CIR loss. The interment took place in the CUIT COURT ADJOURNS. Lancaster cemetery Wednesday after noon at three o'clock. The Circuit Court adjourned Satur day after completing a large amount MCFARLAND. of work, and the Grand Jury was dis missed after returning thirty-fou- r in Louis Landram on Tuesday evening dictments. During the last three days received a telegram from New York cases telling of the death in that city of his the following Commonwealth wero tried and decided. , Capt. W. C. McFarland. Amon Osborn was convicted on a The illness had been brief, though Capt. charge of breaking into the Sanders' McFarland had not been a well man store at Coy and given one year in the since the war, in penitentiary. Mag Smith was convic which he received a serious wound at ted of selling whiskey without license the battle of San Juan hill. He waa a and fined $75. Goss Smith, husband of graduate of West Point and was retired the above was convicted on the same at close of the Spanish wat by reason charge and fine $75. and ten daya in of the disability received. He waa capGrimes, charged with un jail. Taylor tain of E company, 16th U. S. Infantry, lawful Bale of liquor was fined in one but was breveted a major upon retirecase $100. and ten days, on the same ment. Since leaving active service in charge fined $75 and ten days and the army he has made his home in New another trail on the same charge re- York City. The remains were Interred sulted in a hung jury, at West Point Military Academy, where his wife was buried about three NO MORE NEAR-BEEyears ago. tspt. Mcrarland Is well A bombshell was thrown into the remembered by many of Danville's ranki ot the proprietors of soft drink citizens, aa his regiment was stationed stands in Stanford at the regular t Lancaster for a number of yeara monthly meeting of the City Council when regular barracks were maintained when the license on each place waa in that city. His wife, who waa Miss to '$1,200. A Addie Landram, was a graduate of raised from $220. numerously signed petition waa present Caldwell College, now Kentucky College ed the Council for its increase. The for Women. He la survived by a son. petition was circulated and presented Dr. Wm, Landram McFarland, of by the members of the W. C. T. U., of New York City. Danville Messenger. this city,, Five of the councilmen voted for the increase and one against WANTED Man past 30 with horse it. The increase goes Into effect when and buggy to sell Stock Condition Pow-din Garrard County. Salary $70 per the annual licenes expires. The licenes Address 8 Industrial Bldg., of J. C. Lynn expire January 1st and month. Indianapolis Indiana. U pd of Mat Martin next July. brother-in-lawSpanish-American er Allah Mae Spoonamore, ISPANISH CAKE. RAISIN POUND.W m 73 Notice To The Public. I have moved my stock of goods into 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. o m o o r CO r z co m Theo d Currey. i c z 00 m See Border of "Ad" for Names of Cakes. anoaao ojls h d a ivF Preparedness We are prepared for the opening of School. Books and School Supplies in plenty. Books can be sold ONLY FOR CASH. McRoberts Drugstore The Central Record, Thursday Sept. i4 1916 from this there shall be no appeal. CO to 100 KW. Hrs., nt !c per KW. Hr. of the City, and all posts or poles shall be erected and maintained In a" vertiELECTItIC LIGHT FRANCHISE. (If.) The right, privilege and fran KW. Hrs., nt Be per KW. Hr. not to in100 to 200 AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR THE CREATION OF A TWEN- cal position nnd so erected and maintained and wires placed so as chise granted under this ordinance shnll 200 to 500 KW. Hrs., at 7cpcr KW. Hr. THE terfere at any time with travel on or use of the streets or public ways, or side TY YEAR ELECTRIC LIGHT, HEAT AND POWER FRANCHISE-Ibe for a term nf twenty years, except 500 and over KW. Hrs., nt Ce per KW. Ilr. CITY OF LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, TO VEST THE PURCHASER walks of snid City by thc'publlc, or damage or Injure public or private propas provided herein, beginning July The electricity consumed to be mensured by stnndnrd watt hour meters, 1U17, and ending July 1, 1937, BY THE CITY COUNCIL erty, or rights of any person, corporation or company, thnt may now be opTHEREOF WHOSE BID SHALL BE ACCEPTED and it is The meters are OF THE CITY OF LANCASTER WITH THE RIGHT AND PRIVILEGE OF erating under franchise or grant from said City. The materials, location and to be furnished, Installed and mnlnlnined by the Company. hereby expressly understood that rx. poles, conduits, wires and other fixtures and appliances to be thoroughly tested and kept In condition by the Company to accurately pi USING THE STREETS AND TUBLIC WAYS OF THE SAID CITY, FOR construction of all Ion of the term of years for which For each and every lighting meter the rights and privileges above record the nmount of power consumed. THE ERECTION AND MAINTAINANCE OF POLES AND STRINGING instant to the construction and operation of either overhead or enumer be mndchowever, THEREON OF WIRES, OR THE USE OF THE SAID PUBLIC WAYS system shall be according to the best engineering practices and subject to Installed n minimum chnrgc of fifty cents per month may granted nnd given lo the Com where ated are AND DISTRIBUTING ELECTRICITY FOR PUBLIC the inspection, approval and control of the City. Any repairs on the streets, no charge shnll be made by the Company for the Installing of meters FOR CONDUCTING Company shall have no pany the said of the City rendered necessary by the erection or the nmount of lighting power consumed, according to the above provisions, further rights or privileges for erecting AND PRIVATE USES IN OTHER LAWFUL WAYS, AND REGULATING public wnys or . I .. I ! -- .... ..!., ' shnll equal or exceed the minimum charge, and further provided thnt no keeping or maintaining poles or wires AND DISTRIB- llimNlvnilHCC UI Jiuirs ui cuubvu uy iL- ui iihiiii.ciiuiiio Ul iiuu. llic THE PRICES, TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE SALE to the UTION OF ELECTRICITY AND REGULATING THE PLACING AND shall be done by nnd at the expense of the Company. AH the wires upon poles' charge shall be made for power consumed when the nmount, pursuant upon the streets or public ways of said twenty-twfeet above the ground or street and shall nbove rntes, shall be less than the minimum chnrge. MAINTENANCE OF POLES AND OTHER APPLIANCES ON AND UN- shall be not less than City and the Company shall without similar notli-The Company shall furnish electricity for power, heating and all poles, wirrs and DER THE STREETS AND PUBUC WAYS OF THE CITY, AND PROV1D-IN- be placed at a 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 be purposes at the following maximum rates: FOR THE ADVERTISEMENT AND SALE OF THE FRANCHISE. street equipment at once upon the ex Total monthty consumption, less than 50 KW Hrs., 8c per KW. Hr. piratinn of the grant herein. THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, straight and uniform, strong nnd substantial, and not less than seven inches at. the smallest end. All wires carrying electric current shall be so maintained' Total monthly consumption, 50 to 200 KW. Hrs., 7c per KW. Ilr. 117) This ordinance shell be In full 1)0 ORDAIN AS FOLLOWS: Total monthly consumption, 200 to 1000 KW. Hrs., (V per KW. Hr. at all times as not to endanger life, and nil wires, conductors and appliances SECTION I. force and effect after Its passage and Hr. Total monthly consumption, 1000 to 2000 KW- Hrs., 6c per KW. publication as required by law. That there be nnd the right, privilege nnd franchise Is hereby award for the transmission of electric current shall be thoroughly insulated and Total monthly consumption, 2000 nnd over KW. Hrs., 4c per KW. Hr. ed to the purchaser hereunder wohse bl dshall be accepted by the City Council shielded, so as to render same harmless to touch or upon contact when carry- L. G. DAVIDSON, Mayor. Power consumed to be mensured by standard watt hour meters, to be of Lancaster. Kv. to use the nublic roads, streets, avenues, lanes and alleys of Ing current, and when the said insulation or covering on said wires becomes I.. N. MILLER, City Clerk. the ssid Citv. tJ erect, construct, operate nnd maintain under, over nnd .to thin or injured by nge. or otherwise, ns not to be sofc nnd hnrmless t furnished, installed and maintained by the Company nt the Company's exkept in condition to transform- - touch said wires shall be replaced by other wires, which meet the require-- , pense. These' meters shnll be thoroughly tested and across the same through the City all necessary poles, crossarms, MANSE. ers, wires, conduits, and other appliances for the purpose of conducting, sup-- j ment herein. It is understood that the Company will be required to use thc( accurately record the amount of power consumed. For ench and every power plying, distributing nnd selling electricity for light, heat, power and all, alley ways as much as practical for setting poles nnd carrying wires, and nil. meter installed n minimum charge for the same mny be mnde of one dollar Miss Elizabeth Doty Is the guest of cents per month per horse power conother lawful purposes to the City of Lancaster, Ky., and the Inhabitants posts, poles, guy wires, and the current carrying wires nnd cables in the en- - per month per meter plot twenty-fiv- e c iu m.-mm uuuiuiiinu u nui w minim. ...... nection. Provided, however, thnt no such minimum chnrge shnll be made when Mrs Mattie Itnut. thereor, and witn the right, privilege nnd irnncnise ior n penou 01 iwcmy wre .jsiem Mr. Clsud Spilman and family spent years to erect poles, swing wires, cables and lay conduits in, under, over and 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 shnll lie equal to or ex along the public ways of the City for the distribution, transmission, delin gutter or drain, nnd the entire system shall be kept at all times In good order ceed such minimum charge, and provided further thnt no charge shall be Sunday with home folks. Mr and Mrs V. U Fletcher spent mnde for power consumed as provided herein when the nmount of such bill ery and sale of electricity, and said right shall extend to nil streets, lanes, and conditions, so ns not to endanger life nnd to give good nnd efficient nnd public ways of said City which are now open or may be here- - vice. In the erection of such poles, wires and other npparntus thcro shall would be less than the minimum charge. The above charges shnll be the Sunday with Mr and Mrs Wardlon. Seed wheat, rye and barley of fine inafter be oDcned. or onv new streets thnt may be opened with full nuthority be no cutting or mutilating of shade trees upon the public streets, avenues or maximum allowed and it shall be provided in the said rules of the Company to dig holes, ditches, trenches in the streets, lanes nnd alleys of said City public ways without the consent of the City nnd in the event consent is secured nnd incorporated in the franchise thnt the customers shall be entitled to a five quality, Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. ns may be necessary to the erection of poles or laying of conduits, In accord- - from the City the City shall under no circumstances be responsible to the per cent deduction for nil bills paid In cash at any time not Inter than the Mr. Bunk Newlsnd spent Saturday owners of the said trees for any damage done by the Company, 10th of each month succeeding the service rendered. But the Company shnll night and Sunday with Mr Com Tudor. ance with the limitations nnd conditions thnt arc imposed in this ordinance. I" The City may require at the Company s expense the installing of ns be permitted to make more liberal deductions for ensh payments, and further SECTION II. Mr Lewis Anderson was the guest of The said franchise shall be duly advertised for sale and bids received many as twelve metal standards in addition to those now in the Park, which provided that the Company mny make special rates both under the lighting his mother Mrs. W. P. Anderson Sunnnd power sections herein but the same privileges shall be accorded to nil con- day. therefnr nt mililie outcrv and the same shall be awarded and granted to standards shall be similar to and match the said standards- (7) The said Company in consideration of the grant herein made sumers of electricity under the same circumstances and conditions. That is, the highest nnd best bidder thereof, that is, to the bidder most favorable Mr and Mrs Lewis from llerea spent to the interest of the City under the terms limitations and conditions of thisi agrees to assume the payment of nnd to pay nil the judgments rendered there is to be no discrimination between the rntes accorded consumers who use Sunday with Mr and Mrs Will Mar owing to or cnused by any the same under like or similar conditions. j against the said City or ngainst the Company ordinance. net of negligence on the part of said Company, or any of its employees, agents , The said Company shall furnish for commercial lighting, power, heat SECTION HI. Miss Allie Creech spent Saturday hour period each That said City shall receive bids for said franchise at 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-fou- r and Sunday with the Misses Bells and 1916, at 1 o'clock, P. M., or thereabouts, In front in the said City, or in the operntion of said electric lighting system during' nnd every day In the week for and during the period of the frunchisc granted the 23rd day of September, Broadus. I herein. 'of the Court House door in the Citv of Lancaster. Kentucky, and will award the life of this grant. Miss Sallie Anderson was the guest right to itself to regulate the placing of. (8) The City reserves the The Company shnll furnish electricity to the City of Ijincaster, for said franchise to the highest nnd best bidder thereof, reserving the right, of the Mlssrt Bell and Broadus the however, to reject any and all bids for said franchise, or to accept such poles upon the streets and no poles or Psls hall be placed in the City( light, power and heating purposes upon the same terms as provided herein for past week. bid as it may deem best, and in case all the bids received therefor shall upon any public streets, alleys or ways except under the direction and with individuals nnd commcrclnl lighting nt any time the City desires it, Mr and MrsJ, - Dozier and Mrs The Company is hereby granted the right nnd may make and establish rejected the City may direct said franchise to be again offered for sale theconsent of the City, and the City reserves the right to itself to nt anyj be in the form it is now offered, or change the form thereof and reofTer the time have removed any post or pole and placed at other points upon reason-sam- e nil reasonable rules and regulations not inconsistent with the law concerning Thompson motored to Richmond Satfor sale and continue to offer the some for sale, or change the form able notice to the Company, and ten days previous notice shall bo regarded the furnishing of electric service as provided herein, but the said rules and urday evening. Misses IMIaree and Nellie Crntsra thereof until a satisfactory bid is received, approved and accepted by the City. ns reasonable, and upon the failure of the Company to make such change regulations shall be subject to the approval of the Council and said Com SECTION IV. after notice the City shall have the right to make the said change at the pany shall not inforce said rules until same nre submitted to nnd approved by spent Friday night and Saturday with the Council, nnd the Council reserves to itself the right to regulate, chnnge their grand parents Mr and Mrs I). I). In determining the highest, best and most favorable bid to the City Company's expense. Centers. (9) That said Company shall furnish to the City of Lancaster during or modify such rules adopted by the Company at any time. the following shall be considered: As provided hereinafter, the purchaser j (12) The Company shall furnish to the City of Lnncnster electric cur shall be required to furnish for the City of Lancaster for the purpose of the life of this franchise and the said City shall use during that time forj lighting streets a minimum of fifty (50) 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 and contracts to purchase from the TEATERSVILLE each, for which the City agrees and will pay a sum, each, same to be produced by not less than eighty watts of energy, and in( Company electric current in quantity and power sufficient for the operntion of red (100) candle-powMrs. T. N, Hoover has been ill with not exceeding Twenty Dollars ($20.00) annually for each lamp, and the bid the event there should be manufactured and produced nnd placed upon the motor driven pumps to supply the City of Lancaster with water for and dur received at public outcry agreeing to perform oil other conditions of this market for sale a lamp which produces more candle power with eighty watts ing the period of this franchise. Equipment necessary for pumping said wa tonsilitis. . v, i;M : ...... t,n u nt tU , ter, which will consist of electric motors and suitable pumps, will be furnish saw lamps ana ' Ul vnciKy me r:... Mr. Kemu Walker was in .ii ti,iib iu ua.c .nmn iujiuiiv. m ... u u o....b ina,niiA.i ordinance and further agreeing to furnish tne minimum oi l.y as many more as the City from time to time may order installed at a series nitrogen lamp contemplating in this grant. However, the City shall, ed, paid for nnd installed by the City of Ijincaster. The Company shall fur Tursdsy. price which shall be the lowest under Twenty Dollars ($20.00) per '.amp aer not have the privilege of this change in the event it requires a new wiring nish, build nnd construct a line of wires nnd poles from the City service Mr. Karl long sold to Mr. James annum each shall be considered the highest and best bid, and the snid bid- equipment to use the same, or should said lamps exceed in price the sum line to the water works plant of the City and connect with motors and main Snyder, a horse for $10). der shall when the franchise shall be awarded subject to the approval of of two dollars each, for Which the said City agrees to and will pay a sum not( tain the same at the Company's expense. The wires from the City service Mr. and Mrs. Kemp Walker and the Council file the said bid In writing, and simultaneous therewith file a exceeding Twenty Dollars ($20.00) per annum each, and n sum as much less , line to the water works plant of the City shnll be insulated as provided here- children were in Danville Monday. 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 shnll be as provided herein for poles in the bond in the sum of Two Thousand Dollars (2,000 00) that Miss Minnie Hierrigo, of Lexington 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 is the guest of Mrs. W. M. Simpson. the above described lamp Is the kind and character for which bid is re- -, works plant, if necessity should require, nnd also the present City water tank. Council. Mr. I). (). Ixing and family were quired in Section 3. And the City reserves the right to hnvc installed as many The Company shall furnish such power nnd nt such times as Is necessnry to SECTION V. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Morris tang. of the mayor of said City to and he shall after additional lamps as above described as it may deem best from time to time,1 keep the City supplied with water at all times. All current so furnished the It shall be the duty Sunday. the adoption and publication of this ordinance give due notice l,y advertise- nnd the Company to furnish the some at the price finally agreed upon not tO( City shnll be measured by standard wntt hour meters and chnrgrd to the Lime, sand, cement, brick, rock Com-- J City of Lancaster nt a flat rate of three cents per KW. Hrs. newsexceed the sum of Twenty Dollars ($20.00) per annum. That the said But it shall ment for not less than two consecutive weeks in the Centrnl Record, n & paper published in the City of Lancaster, Kentucky, weekly, and in such pany shall furnish to the City during the life of this franchise nnd the City , be agreed between the Company and the City of Lancaster that the City shall screenings, etc, Hudson, Hughes Farnsu. on:er newsp-.-peror publications as he may deem advisable that 'his said shall use during thnt time a minimum of ten (10) lamps of sixty (GO) candle pay n minimum chnrge for the pumping of the said water of $1200.00 per Mrs. K. It. Bay ami two children. franchise will be sold for the said City through him nt the time nnd idare power each, which shall be produced by not less than 50 watts of energy, for annum. And it shnll be further provided that the motors shall be kept in set out herein and in the manner herein provided, and the substnnce of the which the City agrees to pay the sum of Seventeen Dollars anil fifty cents repair by the Company nnd the City to pay the actual expense for keeping Jesiejand Margaret, were visitors of requirements of this ordinance, and the said Mayor shall at the said time nnd ($17.50) per annum per lamp, and in the event u lamp shall be manufactured the same in repair not including labor, but including oil. Bills shnll le render- Mrs. N. Bogie Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett McCulley made for current netually place proceed to sell the said franchise ns provided, and shall report his arts and produced for use and placed upon the market for sale which furnishes, ed monthly for said service and charge shnll were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Dan to the Council, together with the highest, best and most favorable bidder more candle power with 50 watts of energy the City reserves the right to consumed during the previous month, have same installed under the conditions sct,out above in the provision of thej (13) The Compnny shnll execute bond with good surety to the City in Uy during the past week. herein, for the acceptance or rejection of the City. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hibbard, of SECTION VI. 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 That the said franchise shall be awarded and granted subject to the candle power lamps at the said price as the City may elect to have installed.! concern that each, every nnd nil of the provisions, terms and conditions of, Lancaster have been visiting their hn!l fitrnttli In tH Pltw illlHnir ttlP life nf thin, franchise the frnnchise shall be kept and performed in good faith nnd said bond shnll, daughter, Mrs. K. II. Bay the past flint cntil rVmnin following terms, limitations and conditions (1) Where and when the word City is used herein it shall refer to Knd 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 nnd week. and mean the City of Lancaster, Kentucky, and where and when the word candle power lamps which shall be produced by not less than .10 watts oft shall be for the protection of said City ond for the protection nnd benefit of) Mrs. Nat Prewitt. MissSadn Prewitt Company is used herein it shall refer to and mean the purchaser and own energy, and in the event there shall be manufactured, produced for use nnd the citizens of snid City, who may be usersof electricity for the fu'tillment and Mrs, Susan Taylor were visitors of 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 nf the conditions set out in this ordinance and the failure to keep said bond in Mrs. Leslie Sebastian who has been 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 ns required herein, at any time, shnll be the cause for an nnnulling and, very ill. used herein for brevity. installed under the conditions set out for the fifty lamps herein, for which forfeiting of any franchise and rights granted nt the option of tho City, and) Mr. and Mrs. George Bay and family (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 mny require a renewal of said bond from time to time if deemed and Miss Elizabeth Walker and Mr. John Adamt were guests of Mr. and the Council, (called Company) its successors or nssigns, shall have the right annum, nnd the said Company shall furnish as many more of the snid forty insufficient. (14) That the fuilure of the purchaser of the franchise to commence Mrs. II. M. Kurtz Sunday, for the term of twenty years, beginning July 1, 1917, and ending July 1, candle power lomps nt the said price as' the City may elect to have installed.' 1937, to the use of the streets and highways and alleys as provided In sec- The City reserves to itself the right to have the said 100. candle power, f.O the construction of the plant and the performance of the condi'ions herein' Mrs. Lizzie Bogie and Miss Sallie tion I herein, to furnish electricity, light, heat and power for the use of the candle power and 40 candle power lamps located at any points in the City it provided in the building and construction of the plant, or the failure to com-- Bogie, of lierea, and Mrs. T. N. Chest-plcCity and the inhabitants thereof, provided the maximum prices for electric shall direct, and to have the same interchanged monthly upon notice to the said plant within the time herein provided nnd required, or nny sub.c-'nut- t, of Markibury were the pleasant lights, heat and power so furnished shall not exceed the price herein fixed, Company. In the event the Company shnll bid at the sale of this franchise quent wilful violation of the restrictions and conditions of this ordinance shall guests of Mrs. Otto Simpson during tut 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 nt the option of the City nnnunl and work a forfeiture of any right or the past week. lication 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 nnd hereunder, nnd raid provision shall npply to nny Mesdnmes Lizzie Bogie, of Berea, by the Council for the Company to use the streets, alleys and public ways CO candle power lamps, and in the event the Compnny shall bid for the said and all successors and assigns of such purchaser, nnd the provisions herein and Kannie Long, of Oklahoma and I .1 as provided herein. of the City for the erection of poles and the swinging of wires and tho fifty lamps of 100 candle power at the said sale a sum equal to the price shall be in addition to any recovery under Miss Sallie Bogie, of llerea were (IB) The said City docs hereby reserve to itself the right to purchase 'guests of Mesdames laying of conduits preparatory to the furnishing of and distribution nnd sale provided for the forty candle power lamps the City reserves the right to itself; N. Bogie and 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 th street nnd alley equipment of said lighting system Aminda Sebastian Wednesday. nishing and sale of electricity shall begin July 1, 1917. to be installed and In pursuance to this ordinance and the Company herein therefor the 100 candle power lamps. Provided that said wires for conveying and conducting electricity shall All shades, reflectors and fixtures used In street lighting Bhall be sub- grants to the said City the snid right nt any time upon nnd after the expiranot be within five feet of any telephone or telegraph Company's wires, who ject to the approval of the City Council. tion of seven years from July 1, 1917, on or after July 1, 1921. And l.n11 Tl.n Vj.'ll'JU.IiJ di.mii U.n (n mmt. ... i th anl.1 ntroet Inmns nml rcnlate in the event the City exercises the said right, nil right, privileges and franhave wires upon the streets of the City by legal grant. ...... . nvvji in v.u.i nil ..... lie (3) The Company shall begin the construction of its electric light the same with new lamps when failing to furnish light of normal standard chise grunted to the Compuny herein, or its successors or assigns to use the and power plant and the erection of its poles and the swinging of its wires .power at Company's expense, and the Company shall have deducted from the streets and public wnys shall cease. Said City to purchase and tho snid Comwithin Bixty days from unu umr me iiiuii iuiumun mm me jiuuiiiuliuu pnee agreed herein to pay ior lamps ny ine iiiy me sum ui iweiHjf iiv pany to grant and convey upon the following conditions: of the ordinance granting the franchise to the Company and shall complete . cents per night for each lamp failing to produce light as set out herein. The The Company is to furnish to the City at the time of the completion of Mrs. Jay McOee, ol unu iiu: ivuuy iur ujci i nun no juiiKt mm ojoiuiu nut wivr muu mv ur enw the plant and system herein with n true nnd correct itemized nccount of the uity snail pay saiu company s nccoum inai bhuii uc uuu i Texas, writes: "For day of May, 1917, and shall execute bond to the City in the sum of OnoJ lighting in monthly installments. cost and expense in building nnd constructing its plant, property and street nine (9) years. I sutlcred with m VjVlli fiiithful norformnnrf nf thU 000.00 for tho Thnni.inl Hnllnfft ...... nf Annfnn iai iu SUIU rMnM.. ohms ujiviuiv It a tvitom ln(n11nd fnr tho iniir. i equipment, which cost nnd expense shnll be made basis in estimating the I JJ ll J lie I had terwomanly trouble. the franchise. )0se of street nnd public lighting nnd shall furnish the said light as provided enlue of the plant and described herein nt the time the City elects to pur- rible headaches, and pains In (4) Said Company shall furnish an alternating current system for the( hereinbefore for street nnd public lighting on all night lighting basis froni( chase the same, also the nmount of depreciation of the system from the time my back, etc. It seemed as II manufacture of electricity for power, heat and light and shall be provided j fifteen minutes after sun-se- t until dawn, nnd by schedule duly published show- - of the construction of the plant up to the time the City elects to purchase I would die, I sulfered so. At with duplicated power producing muchinery throughout, that is, shall havfjni, wnen and what hour the said lights shall be turned on and off, which, the same, and it mny be considered also tho value of tho additional good last, I decided to try Cardul. !1 added to the system from the time the Company begins the operntion, two engines, two boilers and two dynamos, said dynamos to have a capacity of schedule ahall first be approved by the Council and said Company shall furnish the woman's tonic, and It e at least vo KVA eacn, same to bo located ami maintained during nie of the lights under the said schedule for every night in tho year. A copy of tho July I, 1917, to the date the City elects to purchase the same. It shall be helpsd me right away. The within the City limlta of the City of Lancaster, Kentucky; snid dynamos schedule shall be kept on file with the City Clerk of the City of Lancaster , provided in the franchise that in considering tho value of the good will as hill treatment not only helped provided herein that same shall not exceed in the estimate of thesvalue to be three phuze, CO cycle and said engines to have sufficient capacity to op- And the franchise may provide for Inforclng this provision. m, but It cured me." erate the said plant and all electrical appliances shall be the best and of such all tht of said plant the sum of Three Thousnnd Dollars ($3000.00) thnt Is, tho arbi(11) The Company shall furnish electric current to any and design as to insure satisfactory and 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 the. additional value of the plant TAKE electric plant In the matter of engines nnd dynamos shall be increased should public buildings nnd for ornamental lighting for street lighting when th by reason of tho same and fix It at any sum that may bo just and fair, but not the growth of the City and use of electricity require it to furnish efficient same shall be applied for nnd same shall be furnished within a reasonable to exceed said sum of $3000.00. If tho City and tho Company are unablo to light and power service to the said City and light, power and heat to the time after the application for such electric current under the following con-- , agree upon a fair valuation of the said plant, property, street nnd alley i.nulnment nf inlil liirhtini nnd linwer avstem. nml ni.rre litinn the nrtpn tin. inhabitants of the City and the capacity said plant or system shall be at all ditions: times such that the disabling of any boiler, engine, generator or other unit The Company shall furnish the necessnry wiring for connecting with City shall pay and tho Company receive for tho same, tho question of the or the cutting out of any such unit for repairs or cleaning will not effect the street sen-iclino to tho consumer's residence or place of business nt price to be paid by the City to the Company and that the Company shall reTht Woman's Tonic the efficiency of the service to be rendered as provided In this ordinance. The the Company's expense, provided tho residence and place of business Is j ceive from the City shall be referred to a board of arbitrators selected as' YA Company shall maintain a pressure of 110 volts throughout its system. not more than fifty yards from the street service line, and mo consumer snail follows: The City Council to select ono person, who mny be a citizen of the Cardul helps women In time (5) The City shall have the right through its employees and author- pay for the wire and poles" required for all distances further than CO yards town of Lancaster, the Company to select one person, who shnll not be finanol creates! need, because It ized agents to inspect and test the lights and the efficiency of the lights fiom tho street service line, that is, for the additional wire extending from cially Interested, either ns u part owner or ns a stockholder of tho Company, contains Ingredients which act furnished by the Company at 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 tho City and accepted by specifically, yet gently, on the . furnish and keep convenient nt all times for use by said City or its agents to erect said poles and string said wires to the consumer's place of resldenco the Company for the said street und alley equipment of the said lighting syswomanly organs. weakened for such Inspection or test the best instruments and apparatus. expense. In case of light and power Installation tem. In the event the two persons selected can not agree tho Circuit Judge or business nt Company's So, II you (eel discouraged, (G) There shall be no poles or posts placed upon, or elected upon the the consumer shall pay the cost of wiring nnd Installation of equipment of the 13th Judicial District, then duly elected, qualified und acting shall be unable to blue, Public Square In tho 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, nnd tho decision of tho said board as thus composed do your household work, on first alleys around the Public Square, and there shall be no wires the building shall be run to the outside of the building at consumer's expense. shall be final. In tho event the Circuit Judge declines or refucs to act the than the account ol your condition, stop cr cables swung over or across the Public Square by the Company herein worrying and a The Company shall furish electricity as stated for lighting residences, County Judge of Garrard County, then duly elected, qualified and acting, shall 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 thu event trial. It has helped thousands Square shall be by means of conduits, or service through alleys. The City poses at the following maximum rates; thut no decision can be I cached as thus provided tho right is granted to the l women, why not you? hereby reserves the right to Itself to regulate the height of said poles and City to have condemnation proceedings instituted In tho Garrard Circuit Court TryCaiduL 5 KW. Hrs, or less nt 20c per KW Hr. but charge to consumer not to 'altitude of said lights and wires and other communications. No poles, post $100 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 or connection of any kind shall be erected on the streets, alleys or public sumption. the City and received by tho Compnny shall be left to the judgment of the ways of said City except at such points as may be designated by the' agents Court, which judgment shall be binding and final upon both parties hereto, 10 to CO KW. Hrs., at 10c per KW. Hr. N 1 under-ground rt side-wal- 1 1 4! o - iuuuni J , ' . s 1 tc n t: 1 . ; "Cured" Steph-envil- le, -- -- 1 " nnt-tln- I -- X ( I Iran-chis- J J Cardui give-Card- ui E-- Tne Central Record, Thursday Sept. 14 1916 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 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 acres of this land splendid neighborhood and lies near the best turnpike in Garrard County. Twenty-fiv- e is now in corn, six acres in tobacco, eight acres in hemp and the remainder in good grass. 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, 19 7, 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, TERMS: 1 (Battle. cow and one cow and calf. Mules, 5 tnree vear old mules a11 broken. 0ne four year old horSe raule' Four yearling mules. Two draft mares, good workers. Implements. CUCC7D O E- - i 26 head of high-grad- e ii IK. RHHMIIHHi ewes and one Southdown Buck. fr ne tW0 horSe sled; two turnIn2 Plows; one five tooth plow; two douWe snovels one cutting harrow; one drag harrow; one cum planter; one cultivator; one single shovel plow and numerous other articles. TfHBTSTqg TWp-gS- 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, AHCtloHeer. The Central Record, Thursday Sept 14, 1916. Everything CLOTHING Well-Know- for Men and Boys AND OUR NEW FALL LINE OF SHOES, HATS FURNISHINGS 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. n Lines of Merchandise, We are exclusive local distributors of Adlers and Sein Sheimers Clothing We carry only Standard and and the Florshelm, Weber, Knox, Endicott Johnson and Nunn and Bush Shoes. Have your measure taken for your Fall Suit by a Representative of the ENGLISH AMERICAN TAILORING CORPORATION OF BALTIMORE MO WILL BE WITH US SEPT H. 15. 16. Logan 5i Anderson Bros. calf to Mr Forest Calico. Mrs. Allen Tester is able to be out incorporated, aaln after a severe attack of tonsilitis, Mr John Land, Mr and Mrs Ed Dailey $1.00 a year. issued Weekly. and children spent Sunday in Cincinnati. Miss Maude Tcater visited her parJ. . ROBINSON. Editor. r ents near Edentown the past week R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mfir. S. S. Sebastian lost a horse last week' by being kicked to death in the Entered at (be Post Office tn Lancaiter, Kr., 2 The Central Record end-M- Miles and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter Mrs. George Ray has returned from Richmond where she was called to the bed side of her sister Miss Katie Mae Dickerson who has been seriously ill but we are glad to say is much better n ow. MRS WILSON OF LEXINGTON. KY. SAYS "I ADVISE EVERYONE WHO HAS STOMACH ILLS TO TRY IT." "I have taken several bottles of Tanlac and feel greatlv relieved", declared Mrs. Cynthia Wilson. COO east Sixth street. Lexington. "1 really feel that I cannot praise it enough for what it has done for me. I advise everybody who has stomach trouble to give it a trial. Tanlac's great success in relieving ailments stmilir to Mrs. Wilson's has tempted ninny to imitate it but there are no other medicine like it. To obtain Tanlac the makers searched the world for ingredients. No remedy was ever compounded on such a wide scope of uefullness. Tan lac is especially a stomnch, kidney and liver remedy with power to stimulate the mucous membranes. Tanlac is being introduced in Lancaster at It. E. McRoberts. Tanlac may be obtained in the nearby cities. Paint Lick, J. N. Metcalf; STANFORD field. Lester O'Bannon is at home from Mrs John Land lms returned from a Chicago visiting relatives and friends. Member Kentucky Press Association very pleasant visit to Cincinnati and Miss Mary Elizabeth McKinney left and Newport. Sunday for Cave Springs Ga., where home-grow- n Eighth District Publishers League. recleaned she will teach, Northern or seed rye for sale. Miss Annie Ashlock spent several Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Lancaster, Ky., September 14, 1916 days in Lancaster with Mrs. W, M. and other relatives. . Mr S. S. Sebastian is erecting a new Mrs. Walter W. Saunders left TuesRates For Political Announcements dwelling on the ground formerly owned day for Asheville N. C, where she will by Mr Dick Burton. For Precinct and Citv Offices .. .$ 6.00 Miss Mayme Calico who is teaching spend several weeks for her health. por County Offices 10.00 Mrs. Annie Newland has returned For State and District Offices.... 15.00 near Gilead church visited homefolks home from Lexington, where she has 10 Saturday and Sunday. For Calls, per line Mr and Mrs Talton May and three been for several months with her daugh10 For Cards, per line ter, Mrs. Adams. children went to Berea Sunday to atFor all publications in the interDave Thomas, who has been so low tend the M. E. Conference est of individuals or exprestyphoid fever, for several weeks sion of individual views, per Mayme Stapp of Lancaster with Misses slowly improving, and 10 and Mary Lee Kurtz of Teatersville is thought to be line his recovery is almost certain unless 05 were entertained by Miss McCulley. Obituaries, per line some complications set up. His mother, Mr Cecil Humphrey and Mrs Bestie Mrs Rosa Thomas of Lexington is here. Prather of Silver Creek were united in Democratic Ticket. Mr M. D. Elmore, who is probably marriage at Lancaster Wednesday of the oldest merchant in this city, has last week. This is the second marriage been laid up for several days with blood of each party. We wish for them happoison, caused by striking his foot piness and success. against a bucket. He has been out of Misses Sal lie Noel, Mattie Calico and his store longer this time than ever beLenna Hollon and Messrs George Calico, fore in his life. He is 97 years old. Hugh and Forest Noel composed a horse Miss Mary Penny Boone, the 19 year back party to Pleasant Hill to attend old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ham D. the last of a series of meeting conduct- Boone For President died Sunday morning at 10 o'ed by Rev. Sebastian on Tuesday night. DeWOODROW WILSON, clock at her horns in the country. of New Jersey. ceased was only ill a abort time and her death came as a great shock. Funeral For Vice President BUCKEYE services were held at the Goshen cemTHOMAS li. MARSHALL etery Monday afternoon by Rev. .1. G. Mr. A. C. Miles made a business trip Livingston, of Indiana. after which the interment to Lexington Monday. in the Goshen cemetery. FOR CONGRESS. Hiram Ray bought of A. D. Uradshaw er Miss Oca Farmer, daughter, of HARVEY HELM.ot STANFORD. KY 3 head of sheep at $58. Dink Farmer died at her home Mr. Roy Sanders and family motored near here Saturday night after an illWe are authorized to announce Miss to High liridge Sunday. ness of several months of tuberculosis. Jennie Higgins a candidate ,for County , Mr. J. P. Prather spent a few days Deceased was a devout member of the . r n Christian church and a good girl in scnuoi aupenmenueni oi uarraru last week with friends at Waco. County, subject to the action of the i Miss Lillian Broadus was with Miss every way. She will be greatly missed Democratic primary August 1917. in the home, for since the death of her Lucinda Carter for the week end. a years ago she has taken Mr. John Adams of near Lancaster mother few We are authorized to announce J. O. has peen visiting Mr. Hugh the place of the mother to little children Kurtz. who were bereft of their mother. The Bogie, as a candidate for the DemocMrs. G. M. Hcndron recently visited burial occurred Monday in the Neal's ratic nomination fcr County Court Clerk, primary to be held August 1917. her mother Mrs. Jasper in Madison Co. Creek cemetery. J. W. Brown delivered to Victor Lear The voters of Lincoln county had a We are authorized to announce 9 head nf cattle at G cts per pound. great treat Monday, Countv Court day, when Lieut. Gov. Jas. D. Black of A. C. Miles sold to Nicholasville Jeptha Onstott n candidate for the opened the campaign for democratic nomination for County Court parties a bunch of cattle at various Democracy in Lincoln county, speaking Clerk, subject to the action of the pri- prices. Miss Mamye Calico who is teaching at the court house. Gov. Black who is mary, August 1917. in Madison Co, was at home for the an eloquent speaker had a crowded house to listen to hi-There was much We are authorized to announce E. II. week end. Ray as a candidate for the Democratic Mr. T. O. Hill and daughter. Miss applause thruout his entire address. nomination for Assessor of Garrard Her, attended the funeral of Mr. Tom Gov. Black is very anxious to see Ky roll up an old time majority for Wood-rocounty, tubject to the action of the Cotton in Madison Co. Wilson in November. Primary, August, 1917. Jess Gullev bought of Lilian! Miles News comes from Hustonvillu that of Nicholasville two Holstein Fiiesian Mie. Priscilla Drye passed away very The Maine elections are a sure indica- heifers at fancy prices. suddenly Sunday evening. Mrs. Drye tion of the way the wind is blowing. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Noel visited Mr For the Republicans to carry" on old and Mrs. Allie Ilogie ot Bryantsvllle had not been ill and it was a great shock when the news was received here line rock ribbed Republican State like the latter part of the week. by her son. Deputy Sheriir D. S. Drje Maine by oi.ly thirteen thousand votes Mr. and Mrs. Rono East are re- that she lias passed uwuy. Heart indicates that there are about half of the Progressive brethren who refuse to joicing over the arrival of a little girl troub'.e is supposed to have been the Deceased was a sister of cause. at crow or that President Wilson is at their home September 9th. Lime in barrels, $1,00; in paper sacks Judge James P. Bailey of this city. making great inroads on the old line Republican vote, 25c. The use nf lime often prevents She leaves two children, W. S. Drye, desease. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. of this city and Mrs. Lud Evans, of Sebastin tilled hi Hustonville, The remains were laid to Rev. Dillurd DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING appointment at the Baptist church here rest In the Hustonvillu cemetery Mon Saturday afternoon and Sunday morn day afternoon. AT LANCASTER. ing. Misses Georgia and Mamye Crutch Congressman David II. Kincbvlou field and Mr. Wiley of Nicholasville -will ieak In the interest of the Demowere guests of Mrs. Hiram Ray Suncratic party at the Court House In Lan- day, caster on Monday, County Court day, left Tuesday to Mr. Earl Carter September 2Sth., at 1:30 o'clock. Mr. enter school at Uerea after spending Kincheloe l one of the very best speakers in the flu 1) and gives an able de- his vacation with his parents Mr. and Any Day. fense of lli Wilson administration and Mrs. Mai Carter. Messrs Bascom Ford of Lancaster convincing reasons why the President Terms Reasonable. should brt re elected. He sure and hear Clyde Sanders and Miss Peachle Mae Sanders of Coy were the guests Sunday him and bring your friends. STENOGRAPHY, It. L. KLK1N, Chairman D. C. C. of Mr. and Mrs, Hubert Carter, Mrs. Fannie Long who has jnst re OR HAND. MACHINE GU NS CHAPEL. cently returned from a visit of several- Is now months to relatives In Oklahoma All Mrs. Powell Dailey lias been HI. visiting her daughter Mrs. Jim Coy at could do no Teater has been 111 with Klrksvtlle. Mr Elbert. tonsilitis, H. Dean of Bryantaville MesdamesJ. Mrs Mattie Harvey is visiting Mrs and Perry West of Newark NewJeney D. B. HARRIS, Principal, Wesley Simpson. and Miss Susan Buford of Nicholasville Kentucky. Danville cow and have been visiting Mr. and Mr. A. C. Mr. Ambrose. Calico sold Second CUM Malt Matter. Ballard; Little Hickman, Collier and Bruner; Ilerea, S. E. Welch; Stanford. Penny's Drug Store; Junction City, Reynolds and Evans; Richmond. II. L. Perry & Sun; Crab Orchard, l.yne Bros ; Ilurgin, G. T. Schoolfield; Danville. John S. Wells. It. E. Mcltoberts, Lancaster, and W. C West. Silver Creek. & Becker I and the InaMt of your I eirxnslv, ttorm-prou- I Ycu can avoid th f epne, d.lay and dut tit Iiouh la not ipu-an J ptnnanenU removing th old roof, during ta rerouting. In-- I I I Locnl Contrnctors or Cortriglit Metal Roofing Co. 50 North 2ilrl Street. I'liiln.lel.iliia. l'n. HAMMACK E. G. and S. E. Hammack are both on the sick list but are 8om better at jFARMOR'S COLUMN! Hpaca lielow llili heading I. tor trie eiclu-luae of our fariurr .uL.crltMfra. ami la for the lale ot .lock, atam ami inch llillif. on farm a the farmer eaunul aflorit to a!rer I.e. So notice will t accepted over tonr line., and will beouly til wo la.nea of tbe acoan. free of charge Diaw A Check 2$ this writing. Mrs. Stella Hoskins is very low with typhoid fever at the home of her father Mr Sam Hall. Mr James Parsons, wife and children visited his parents, Mr and Mrs R. F. Parsons Sunday. Mr. L. W. McQuerry fell and was crippled very bad in his knee and is suffering very much. Mr and Mrs Green Sutton and children visited Mr E. G. Hammack and wife Saturday night and Sunday. Messrs Robert Reynolds and Leslie Parsons and Misses Georgie and Zella Dillon visited Miss Lauretta Coldiron Sunday. for the money youovc and note how much more your creditors you They like to do business with n man who has an account nt & the For Sale: Some nice Alfalfa baled hay. Homer Tinsley. Foil Sale Good voung Southdown buck. Will sell cheap. Lee Gastineau, It No 2. Paint Lick. FOR SALE: Southdown buck thorough-breTen lambs. Price $15. Garrard Bank Trust Co. They know he is doing business in a buaipess like way. Better open such an account even if your alTairs are not large. Thrv will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company each while they last. A. D, Bradshaw, Mrs Will Manning of Covington, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Will Stanford, Route 4. Lawson, returned home Saturday, acFOR RENT My farm of CI acres companied by Mrs Lawson and children. for 1U17. For particulars apply to J. A. Conn, Jr. lamcaster, Ky. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION J MT. HEBRON Mr. Job Marsee sold to Ed Grow a sow and pigs, price $28. Mr II. R. Montgomery bought of W. L. Grow a mule colt price $17.5(1. Mrs W. L. Grow spent a part of last week with home folks nt Danville. Mr. Ernest Montgomery sold to D. M, Montgomery of Brvnntsville u calf FOR Bull IS months old. markings. Jersey Perfect color and II. J. Tinsley. Lancaster, Ky. CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, Sep i7 FOR RENT 35 acres of good grass anJ plenty of water. Mrs. Carrie Davidson. It. F. I), no. X Lancaster. $1.50 ROUND TRIP FROM Junction City SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. price $35. Foil Salk 100 bushels extra quality, Mm Lida May Murphy who had her absolutely clean wheat. tonsils taken out last week is doing (!. A. Swinebroad, nicely now. Mrs. Jas. Stone who has been iuite ! FOR SALEj-Th- ree sick for several months is no better at oak tobacco sticks. this writing. Miss Mary Beazley was with homo folks near Lancaiter from Friday afternoon until Sunday. The Bgents who recently canvassed this vicinity veiling Bibles were here this week delivering. Mr. J. I. Crawford sold to Messrs Scott and Cunningham of Buenu Vista, three calves for $25. Mrs Rebecca Hollzclaw of Lexington spent last week with her tinier. Mrs E. thousand good C. Green, Paint Lick, Ky. C. B. HARBERSON, Tkkct Atfcnt JUNCTION CITY. KY. For Rent for the year 1917, a house and 15 acres 'if gruss, and "0 acres to be put in wheat. J. F. Conn, R. F. D. no 1 Lancaster, Ky, FOR SALE: One horse wagon und harness; one buckboard and two feed boxes, each. capacity 10 bushels Mrs. I. C. Rucker, Paint Lick, Ky. B(G HORSE AND MULE unfl DANVILLE BUSINESS SCHOOL Enter desiring course than address business better F. Scott, and other relatives here. FARM FOR SALE. A series of meetings will begin ut On Sugar Creek, five miles from Lanthis place Sep 2llh conducted by Rev. J, W. Mahan assinted by Rev, J. I. caster known as the John Lackey farm. Wills of Beatyville. ror information Bee W, II. Lackey, Mr and Mrs Dillard Bruinfleld and Lancaster, Ky, children of Jessamine have been guests Fresh Cow For Sale Roscoe Hud for a few days of her parents, Mr and son. Hubble, Ky, and Mrs A. S. Dean. Mr and Mrs Ed Grow entertained n line twoyesr old number of relatives Sunday, the honor FOR SALE:-- A guests being Mr and Mrs Everett Mc Southdown puck, Lawson and Brown Cullough and Mr II. F. Grow of Spick' FOR SALE;-Thr- eo heifers and ard, Mo, G. W. Elam, one good bull calf, making Mr, Homer Humphrey, in a short turn Sunday afternoon turned J. P. Ballard, Crab Orchard, Ky. over, was thrown out and broke his has 1C2 good ewes and 200 yearling buggy in pieces, lie escaped with only wethers, that he says need a new a slight cut. home. The officers and teachers of Mt, Farm for sale: HI) acres well Hebron Sunday School art. endeavoring CJ miles from Lancaster on to have a better Sunday school, larger pike near Camp Dick Robinson, attendance and better work. On last Sunday the school was graded by For further information apply to Dunn Bros., Lancaster Ky, the help of the Pastor, and we hope to reach the 200 mark by the last Phone 40 U Bryantaville. t) Sunday In September. Lex-ingt4 Danville County Court Day On September 18th, Third Monday at 10 o'clock a. m., at our Livery Stable in Danville, we want to sell 100 horses and mules this sale. We are making a sprcial effort to have several good foreign buyers from different sections. If you have any stock to eell or If you want to buy, come to Taylor Livery Capt. T. D. English, Auctioneer. Co. The Centrai Record, Thursday Sept. 14 1916 1 - ammsKmmmmmsmmgctmmm Comindf Broum a7c his Pod Tde 7b ANY ONE Considering buying a Busier store ti Friday, Sept 15th16 Coat or Suit will be fully repaid by making an early selection, as prices are advancing and desirable merchandise getting harder to procure. Our line Is now complete with nil the newest imported models in COATS, SUITS nnd Lndies Wearing Appnrcl See them now. c I FREE TO ALL Be sure to see BUSTER All are cordially invited to attend our opening Saturday, September 16th, and Inspect the beautiful New and chandise now on display. fe Mer- c?f and his Dog. The Joseph. Mercantile Co. " . mm ( BOURBON nOG CHOLERA REMEDY It dntrott diMift tertni. rftutitrt the towrU. nJ iJiteition and it in tht frfii and drink ind your catma hog to Ultfn quickly I hot will nrnff hivt cholrri, Com enlv Sc. month fnr rich hoc. ! imL. Iltaria iitt tour thli mtdirtnt Itnfi'i sill until ihtv At Alt Druccutt dona wormi and do and Ltrp ttrrn BOCUO.I BtMCDY COM f A.IT. CHOLERA, WORMS, COUGH, THUMPS. rrrrrnti and Curt from Mr. John M. Farra is ill at his home n slight attHck of malaria fever, i You Are Invited to Our r Sold in Lancaster, Ky., by J. R. Mount, Son di. ttldi. & TJAT T r - DT?TTTTTn Co. Saturday, September 16th, MISS MINNIE BROWN JOHN DEERE AND OLIVER SULKY PLOWS. DRILLS. JOHN DEERE AND IIOOSIER WHEAT Conic in and sec our Oil Stoves, Screen Doors, Screen Cloth and Water Coolers a! reduccd.prlces. New line of Cook Stoves and Ranges just received. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Square Dcnl House. enjoyed a picnic. Mr. K. C. Ilarnard is here for a few Earl Farra and Guy Davidson left days visit at the home of Mirs Jennie Saturday for a week! fishing trip to and Mr. John Duncan. Charity's on the Rockcastle River. Mr. T. M. Wilson has joined his wife This is the first party to go to this new home of Mrs. Wilson's par- popular resort this fall but several othhere at the ents, Mr. and Mrs J. It. Mount. ers will follow soon. Mrs. J. II. Conn. Mrs. Kathvriue who graduated Mr Earl Ilroadus, Conn Tinslcy and bright little son, Har- recently in the electrical department of old Lawton, are in I.ouHville for the the Coyne National Trade Schools of In order to settle up an estate, I will sell at Fair. Chicago has returned to that citv private sale I.ieut. John Paul Miller has returned ; accompanied by his brother Oneal to Guam, where he is stationed, after a vhere they will make their home for visit to his parents Mr and Mrs John some time at least. Miller. Mrs. Stanley Milwanl of Lexington, located 4 miles from Lancaster on Lexington pike, Mrs. Dunn, Mr. and Mrs. Ilershler announces the engagement of her nnd Mrs. Muir of Lexington, were in daughter, Margaret to Mr. William near the famous Camp Dick Robinson farm. l.nncnster Sunday visiting relatives and Walter Taylor, of New Haven Conn., This place has a two story frame house with 8 i (riemis. and Copper Hill, Tenn. The wedding rooms, bath, etc., all out buildings, large stock and to- i Miss Ida Mae Cecil lias letumed will be celebrated this uutumn;date not a three to well bacco barns, silo, ice house, stock scales and tenant home after friends in weeks visit Htid yet decided.very Miss Milwanl ishaving Winchester relatives and (wpular here known and Still Water. house all in good repair. visited Miss Delia Tinder n number of Farm is watered by pond, pools, and springs, Mrs. W. S. Elkin left todiy for her times. months visit to at a never failing spring which supplies home in Atlanta after aMiss Jennie and Mrs. Grover Cleveland Itoso and Mrs. also wind-mi- ll her sister and brother. Higginbotham of Lancaster, spent sev holding 120 barrels each. This farm Mr. John Duncan. two water tanks eral hours here yesterday shopping. can be divided into two or more Miss Annie Margaret Elkin who is ....Mrs. Will Cook and Mrs. Wm Ma confined with Uphold, is reported to be son, of Lancaster, tpent Wednesday The price is reasonable and liberal terms. Mrs. J. T. Rainev doing nicely nnd the e.ise is considered here slimming For further information upply to and daughter. Miss Lyda Itainey of only a slight attack Lancaster, weie among the Ky Mrs Frnnk II, Marksbury will enter- shoppers here yesterday.... Dr. and tain nt n reception this afternoon in Lnsey have returned from honor of her visitor, Mrs. C. Connor Mrs. Jack Lancaster where they visited relatives. I i row n of Louisville. Danville Advocate. Mr It. L. Elkin left Saturday for A very lovely entertainment on yeswhere he will he connected terday's , Louisville socinl calendar was the lun with the State Fair during the week given by Miss Dazey as Superintendent of Horses. Moore Porter at w hirl the engagement Miss Mary Arnold, and aunt, Mrs. J. of her most intimate girl friend, Miss , E. Arnold, of Nicholasville, are nt the Murgaret Milward, was announced. At Seelbach Hotel in Louisville, spending a circular table beautiful with pink the week und attending the Fair, roses nnd lavender asters, the piece de silver basket filled Mrs. Sara Land of Indianapolis, who resistance being has been visiting Mrs. Emma Daniels with the lovely flowers, the guests, sixand family at their beautiful subuihan teen in number (hostess inclusive) were home on the Cruh Orchard pike, has seated, l'ink anil lavender were also carried out in the mints and confections returned home. and pink und lavender (lowers adorned Mrs. R. II. Whittnker nnd son left the pretty rooms. Those who enjoyed this week for their homo, in Kansas. Miss Porter's charming hospitality Mr. nnd Mrs. l'umphrey accompanied were, besides the fair honor guest. thrin and will visit their daughters in Misses Elizabeth Carpenter of Danville; Ohio nnd Indiana for n twi. weeks stay. Delia Tinder of Lancaster; Annie Welch Master James Lear Itoso lias moved Hoover, of Nicliolasville; Eleanor Hug- to the home of his parents I)r nnd Mrs an, or Richmond, r ranees Milwurd, Hose, at Ilryuutsville, after n residence Mary Vance, Laura Cassldy, Daisy and of eight months with his grandparents. Dudley Hume, Bella Withers, Artie Muy happi- Ashbrook, Clara Belle Walton, Eunice Mr. und Mrs. Will Lear. ness und prosperity attend the little Katherine Shouso nnd Mrs. Mark Collis of Tampa Fla. Lexington Herald. man in his new home. and children Miss Edna; Gulley and Mrs. West Darnold have, gone to Winnipeg of Danville have been the guests of Canada where they have accepted posi- friends here for several days. tions as teachers in the School for the Mr W. II. Brown entertained at Mr. Tlieo Curruy was in Cincinnati Dcnf. dinner Friday in honor of Judge Charles this week on business. Mr. It. M. Cecil who has heen visiting Hardin and a number ot friends. Mm Ella Mite is here for a visit to his son Mr. T. E. Cecil and family left Dave Thomas who has been very low het slater, Mrs. Thomas Yantis. Saturday for a few davs visit to the past week from typhoid at Stanford relatives in Winchester before return- is reported to be improving slowly. Miss Allie Yantis is visiting her uncle ing to his home at Still Water. Dr. It. H. Yantis in Flemingsburg. Mr. Ector Lawton left Monday fo Mrs. Ellen Hcttis is in Frankfort vis- itev and Mrs S. II. Hudson, Misses Charlttsville where he will entT the iting her daughter, Mrs. Jesse Arnold. Martha and Helen Gill, Misses Mary Law School of the University of Va. nnd Jane Doty, Mesdames F. I. Fris-hi- e, Mesdames Forrest Curtis, Mr. nnd Mrs. V. II. Hull ami little Hiram Marshall Denny, and Edwin Walker Ray and Nora Teater left Wednesday daughter, Margaret, were visitors in motored to High Ilridge Tuesday and for a visit to Louisville and LaGrange. Cincinnati. Sunday. PERSONALS 'State University. Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith Ethel Room for rent apply to Mrs B. F. Miss Elizabeth Ilest of Winfield Kan- Walter phone 61, sas, is here fur a visit to Lancaster and FOR SALE: A good Mosler Garrard relatives. uf e II. D. Lee. Lancaster, Ky. Mr. Luther Herron, who was operated on nbout two weeks ago is well on WANTED Boarders. Apply 914-2tpI the way to recovery. Mrs. B. f. Walter I Mr. Alexander Robinson left Monday FOR SALE. My house and lot on ' tor Lexington where he will enter the Lexington St. Mrs Susan Fisher. Miss Delaree Carpenter of Irvine, ii the charming guest of Mr. and Mrs. I M. Lyons. l f i i vmm IVULI, MW FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. White King. (IIC987) Will make the season at my place, on cars of wheat; will Kirksville pike. pay highest market price. Have lot. At $1. Cash or on time of new unused sacks. Roy St Schooler. While King was calved June 5, 1911, bred by J. T. Hackley. Stanford, Ky. FOR RENT -- The Alex Walker propHe is by Sunshine. 1C9S0, Dam Mererty on Lexington street. Call or. cer Maid 2nd , by George II 141593, tf- G. C. Walker. 2nd. Dam Mercer Maid, by Shawnee. For Rent:-farm of 100 acres in 120711. White King is a solid white Lincoln co, on Crab Orchard and Stan- and good judges pronounce him a perfect type of short horn blood. ford pike, 3 miles from Stanford. Mrs. Nannie Siler. Herman Thone 382 J. Lancaster. WANTED-100 tf $2. My Sebastian. U 11 II Ji Mil farm of ISO acrs with two houses and thre tobacco barn?. Also some houehn'd Miss Mary Lackeyreturned Saturday and kitchen furniture which 1 will seM to her home in Danville after a visit to privately. Mrs Sallie Sanders. Mrs. Lackey and .Miss Jennie Lackey. Lancaster, Kv. Miss Rebecca Williams has returned For Rent. to Ilnstol Tenn, after spending the summer with her father. Mr. John House and lot on Hill Court. Apply Willisms to Mrs Bright Herring. Thone 3C8-My FOR RENT: 1917, for PUBLIC OF LAND, STOCK, CROP, SALE IMPLEMENTS .Mr. rrank Moye, who has been RESIDENCE FOR SALE. 200 Acres of Fine Improved Land. farnu. .. MRS CURT A. ROBINSON, Lancaster, cheon-bridg- 11 We are offering on all I SPECIAL PRICES BUGGIES. BECKER & BALLARD PHONE 27. BRY ANTSVILLE, Ky. g On September 16th, 1916 $ )l we will have our full opening of ImnnrtPfl ,k 4 nH nnmoelln Hate also our Corsetecre will be with us and demonstrate our Celebrated Spencer Corset. Call and ice us. 5S Mrs. J. L. Francis. g We offer the beautiful residence on Wednesday, September 20th, Danville street, formally the Burnside Messrs Wesley Dickerson, Charlie property, for sale. For information, sell to the highest bidder my farm con- Sanders, Harry Rainey, Willie Belle apply to W. O. Goodloe, Lancaster. taining 187.5S acres. This place is lo- -i West left Wednesday morning for M. Ky, or Joe McCormick, Asheville, N C. cated three miles from Danville on the M. I., Millersburg, where the-- ) will at Danville nnd Lancaster pike. Is well tend school. watered by n creek on one side of it RESIDENCE FOR SALE. and five never fuiling springs. The G. B. SAinebroad, W. H. Brown. J. Having decided to locate in the south land is in a high state ot cultivation, M. Mount, W. S. Emhiy. Shirley Hud-soi- ., Dan Elkin, Judge A. D. Ford, It. I offer for sale my property on Msple will grow line hemp, tobacco, corn and E. Henry and Solon B. Henry were ave, consisting of a six room cottnee, wheat. The residence is anew modern among those who went from here to bath, cellar and modern conveniences bungalow with seven rooms nnd two and about "J acres of ground Poultry big hulls, water, lights and furnace. the State Fair this week. houses, barn, smoke house, nice fruit The water is pumped from a nt ver and good cistern. Two desirable lots failing spring by a ram and a gasoline can be sold from this prop-erty- . engine into an 18.0C0 gallon concrete PAINT LICK tank on an elevation ubove the house. J. M. Mount Miss Nell Rice is visiting friends in it is one of the best improved farms Madison In liana. HORSES AND MULES WANTED between Danville and Lancaster, having two large new tobacco Darns on it, Mr. Edwin Walker left Tuesday for I will buy some good cotton or arnn two stock barns, one 300-bb- l. corn crib Millersburg Military Institute. mules or horses, with a set of scales in shed. Hen Miss Nellie Jones of Irvine is visiting W. B. Burton. house, meat huii-- e. tenant house, etc. her grandmother Mrs. Jack BrandenLancaster, K Place is all uider fence. At the same burg time and place will stll Mr. O. C. Rucker is the guest of his FOR SALE. HORSES AND MULES -- 0.ie7-jear sister, Mrs C. E. Williams in Madison Having sold my Barber Shop. I have old saddle male in foal, ladies' mare, Indiana. family mare, trotting an eight room house, prnctically i w. one 7 year-olMiss Elizabeth Eldridge left Monday on Crab Orchard St, for filly by Cecillan sale. For mi) bred, one Todd, one 2 venr-olfor Lexington where she will teach in information see walking colt, one Malcolm Hou- luigg) pony, gentle, for women and Sayre College. childrn, one 2 ) ear-olShetland filly Mr und Mrs Walker McWhorter ot WANTED. ponj. bioken, two pair coining Lexington were guests of Mrs. A. B. mare mules Job as steam traction Engineer E. EstriJge Sunday. JACKS AND JENNETS One3-iea- r Mr. Mel. in ami family have moved pert. Als) general machinery Expi-- i old jack by Blue Grass King and out of into the looms recently rented Iroin If you uro not getting satisfaction out jennet by Ilubble's lleecher.one of uur machinery, or if your Uepn Mr. W. P. Parks. Jennet. running ioo nign, write int. old jennet, one " Rev. Charles Martin of BowlingGreen CATTLE- - GO yearling cattle, six WaL, ,M Florida, wns the. week end guest of Clarence Preston Jacksonville, III, cows und caUes, one jersey heifer, well Mrs Elizabeth Patrick. bred, fifteen caUes. HOGS-Ni- ne reg. O. . C. boars und Mr and Mrs G. M. Tread way attended gilts, four registertd O, I. C. sows, 30 tin district Conference of the M. E. fat link'. church nt lierea, Friday and Sunday, 1 be undersigned hereby e warnFARMING IMPLEMENTS, ETC. -Miss Georgia Belle Shepherd of Cin ing to all persons not to trespass ujmii One rubber tire Moyer buggy, one 20th cinnati is visiting her grandparents Mr. our lands for any purpose whatever a. Century Manure spreader, one two-horund Mrs. John Shepherd und other relwe will prosecute all offenders tu ful old hickory wagon, one e atives. lest extent of lh aw, Hunters and solid wheel fodder wagon, one Superior Mr. and MrsC, L. Ilurchell of Fort wheat drill, one Superior grass seeder, Fishermen especially take notice. Scott, Kan, will arrive soon for a visit Ed & N 11 Price R. L. Elkin one t. horse Disc harrow, one with his parents Mr. and Mrs J.D. W. it. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West disc harrow, new, one new corn plantIlurchell. II. U. Arnold. James G. Conn. er, one iron roller, two smoothing harPaint Lick defeated Hustonville here J. C. Morgan rows, two no. 3 Vulcan turning plows, J. I'. Bland. Saturday by a score of The game Long Bros J. H. and W. S. Weaver one no. 20 Oliver chilled plow, one fodwns called at the sixth inning on ac J. Booth Sutton. W. T. West. der sled, one horse cultivator, count of darkness. W. I. Lawson nnd son. Howard King, lot blacksmith tools, one Deering mow-in- g machine, one Deering binder, one Mr and Mrs Shea and children and Miss Carrie Boulden, J, II. Rigsby, Mr and Mrs Ed Green of Lexington J. (J. Itlgsby, John Richardson, hay raker, two sets good buggy hartyi were guests of Mr and Mrs E. C. Mc- - A. C. Miles. J. II. Woods. ness, several sets wagon and plow gear, J, II, .Thompson, Wli'orter on Sunday. J no. M. Farra. a lot of metal chicken coops and hog David Steven. house. New Crop crimson and red clover, II. L. Kelly. About 200 barrels corn. In of buled S. C. Rigstiy. timothy seed, orchard grass, Ky. Hue Frank Thompson. I). M. Anderson. J. Ii. Thompson. straw. Household und kitchen furni4fc grass recleaned or from the stripper, Davis Sutton Am and Ed Bourne. ture. Terms ersy and made known on Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mrs. J, Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar day of sale. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Todd left I'. II. Thompson. Sale begins promptly at 9:30 a. m. W. II, Cummins. Tuesday for their home in Afton Okla- Jerry Wand. Wm. Lear. Dinner on the ground. homa, after a visit with his grai.u We will add other names for 25 cent II. F. ROBINSON. parents Mr. and Mri. W. M. Todd. cash. Col. I. M. Dunn, Auct. tKJl-3- t. spending the summer with Mr. and Mrs It. 1.. Llkin has returned to school at Gallatin. Tenn. Having will, on to quit farming,. I .,,,,, POSTED The Central Record, Thursday Sept .4, 1916. rngs of Democratic campaigns In Ken-tuckbut the one at Winchester eclipsed them all and tho Democracy Clark DAY of tho state owe the people of repay. county a debt they can hardly Everybody at all Acquainted with the puMIc splrltednes of tlioe wideawake citizens, knew that they would Campaign Opening at Winchesstrive to outdo nil other occasions, Event and gIorlouly did they fulfill the conter Most fidence, And to them bo honor nnd glory now and always. They certainly emphasized the ambitious little city's Many Thousand People Listen To place on tho map nnd wrote her name high on the scroll of fame, Oratory And Enjoy Burgoo Chairman Cantrlll expressed his real DEMOCRACY'S BANNER VALUABLE t IF ACCIDENT Auspicious MM OR SICKNESS And Barbecued Meals The formal opening of ttio Demo cr.itlc campalRn nt Winchester. Put mnlay, was ns delightful b.i ho occa Tho sun noei tslon was auspicious, ulionc more brightly on the "OH Ken tucky Home," tho atmojphcre ai never more delicious and InvlRoratlns a warmer welcome was never ex tended than by the Democracy of th( aplendld county of Clark and everything seemed to work together tc make the event one of the never to forgotten by the many thousands ot enthusiastic men and women who attended. Every detail for the comfort and enjoyment of their guests ha I been carefully arranged and nothing left undone by the general chairman The President Turned the Trick Judge John K. Garner, Judge John M Stevenson, Senator Abe Itennlck, Candidate Hughes Is greatly worSteve Vaught, and the able and will- ried over the way the president sucing corps of assistants, while the peo- ceeded in averting the railroad strike ple of town and county vied with ei'h and deplores the passage of laws In thereother In doing everything In the'r advance of Investigation. He Is, whole attempting to belittle the power to add to the delights ot the fore, his labor business, but he will have day. The city had been decorated In for his ptlns. As Grovcr Cleveland gala nttlre and flzgs and bunting tald on one occasion, "A condition and not a theory," confronted Mr. Wilson, floated everywhere. whole country apThe fair grounds were selected for and ho did what the plauded him for d'blng. The Republiplace of speaking, and a shej cans tried to embarrass the President the erected In front of the mammoth am- In the matter, but he turned the trick phitheater for the speakers and hun- and came out more than a victor and solid with the dreds of men of prominence. At 10:30 made himself more people especially people. The laboring Judge Garner made a stirring and are singing the praises of the man who witty address of welcome, follow ed by meets every emergency manfully and Chairman J. Campbell, Cantrlll, ot tie successfully. campaign committee, who State Easy to Satisfy. thanked In warmest terms the gool people for their splendid efforts to The Republican State Campaign ?nake the opening memorable, said a ' Committee professes to be satisfied .few words of cheer to the people whoj with the result of the cost of the percrowded the amphitheater and filled formance In trying to make a showing Inevery conceivable space In all the for Hughes In this state, another of being thankful for small region aroundabout and Introduce! stance it Is doubtful If Hughes made favors, Congressman Hardy, of Texas, aj the a vote by his speech In Lexington, first speaker, who eloquently told ol while it does not admit of a doubt the accomplishments of the admlnls , that he lost very many. Neither his presence was Inspirrat Ion and urged the retention in speech nor his ing and the crowd, motley as It was. office of the man who made them pos- evidently expected better things from sible and fulfilled every promise ol the candidate ot a once great party. anew the convention that nominated him Mr. Hughes' visit demonstrated spirit ails speech was logical, forceful and and more fully that the Wilson ' prevails In this state and that It will vote winning. Following his address, which was be given full force and efTect on the 'listened to with rapt attention, the on-- . Tth of laught on the feast ot burgoo, fried chicken, barbecued beef and lamb, ' Hat Another Think Coming. with many other good things, began, t rannnt hclieve that the SDlendld and though the charge was heavy and vuiiiii.uo ua tun iiuicodiuu naa uarui spirit which has been shown here to noticeable and the heavy laden tables day Is a mere passing enthusiasm, I would have withstood the charge of hope It means that the people of your several thousands more and still State realize that the success ot the croaned with their weight of well pre- Republican party In national affairs pared edibles. It was a real feast, will advance the welfare of the nation, from which no one went awav emDtv. their own state, and their own homes." On their own Initiative and at their Thus spoke Mr. Hughes at Lexington. own exriense. the ladies had nrenareil If the one hundred per cent, canaioate another feast In a large tent In honor really believes his own words he has ot the vice president's charming wife, another think coming. Kentucklans where the speakers and others enjoyed are usually polite to visitors and show a real banquet, served by beautiful them courtesy, but they do not accept girls and comely matrons and every as truth everything that Is told them. body made to feel that It was good to Mr. Hughes Is likewise mistaken about be there. The tent was gaily dec- enthusiasm. It was not great to begin orated and the ensemble was beau with and was entirely manufactured tlful. by the campaign committee and Iti The Inner man having been satis- hirelings. There Is nothing about Mr. fied. Gov. Stanley introduced the lead Hughes or his speeches to enthuse lng speaker of the day. Vice President over, and he who seems to slop over 'Thomas It. Marshal, of Indiana, who on thorn does so either for pay or for Kentucky generally is was received with tumultuous ap- pretense. plause, and his was a most captivating pretty well satisfied with conditions mddress, full of hope and confidence. i,n,i.r Wllunn and cannot be made to Mr. Marshall Is a born orator and realize. If such a realization were pos possessing the ability to tell an anec- sible, that return of tne uepumicau dote well, he soon caught his audience party to power would advance their which listened to his effort with wild welfare. Thev believe that return of cheers and applause. There are few that party to the control of the gov more popular speakers than Woodrow ernment meant a return to special Wilson's running mate, "the tall to privilege! by the taxation of many for Ills kite," as he called himself, and the benefit of tho few. Nay, Mr. Hughes ot constructive do not permit yourself to ue rooiea lis eloquent recital during the three Kentucky ma bo doubtful sometimes, work accomplished hut ih ir u nn doubt about her this nd a half years that the Democrat had been In power, made a lasting time, she Is for Wilson first, last and Impression on the multitude, which all times. drunk In every word with avidity, and eemcd fully to agree with him that The Colonel Dltgutted. Cod had raised up Woodrow Wilton renort Is that Colonel Authentic for his great work. Congressman W. J. Fields then In rtnnpvplt Is much more obsessed with troduced the lion. Thomas J. Ileflln, the desire to defeat Wilton thB the ot Alabama, whose fame as an orator lection ot Hughes, which be regards , 1h and for an hour he kept at a secondary consideration. The the vast throng applauding or con- Colonel's antipathy for Wilson Is bevulkod with laughter at the stories he cause of the fact that the president has It was a great eclipsed blm In tne service oi uie told so Inlmlcally. speech and kept the crowd to Its end country and relegated him from the though more than halt ot It had to front page and from the limelight. It stand to hear It. Is also said that Roosevelt Is dissat Chairman A. D. House, of the speak isfied with the Hughes performance in that he is almost ready to ers' bureau, could hardly have made ih better selection for the occasion as quit playing tecond fiddle in the swat In his fly campaign, at he cant it. miieau very man of them Is matter line of speech. ot talking Americanism, be says Tho great crowds which came from Hughea' talks civil service reform many parts of the state and was vari and Instead of denouncing the German ously estimated at from 10,000 to American alliance, denounce! extrava20,000, reluctantly took iti leave, filled gance In governmental expenditure. He with enthusiasm and Intent on doing tiellevei be hat been tricked and It Wilson and iimnat rnadv to oult. The Democrats. II In Its power to Marshall for hur more years ot patri- lowever, will object at he it mak-rnnra votat for Wilson than It tl otic service. There hart beau many (rand open- - roislblt tor him to make for Hugbti. 1 delight oior the auspicious opening ot the campaign, that must result In1 a famous victory for Democracy and( Is prouder of the county of his con-- i gresslonal district than ever. It was' Indeed a glorious day for the cause of the poonle nnd a forerunner of a victory that will surprise the nation,' hlch has been led to think that Ken" tucky Is a doubtful state. The enthusiasm engendered by the glorious meeting nt Winchester will spread all over Kentucky and with such candidates as Wilson nnd Mar shall nnd such achievements as the Democratic party has to Its credit the old commonwealth ought to be good for the Tllden majority, which was 60,000. Kentucklans recognize true worth and faithful service and all who love these qualities will vote to retain the man In office who has done so much for the cause of humanity. Up men, and at 'cm. promptassistance, relief from pain, life caved. 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 a card today to you-priceles- ?? With a telephone In your home hs is in the next room. Tills means SHOULD SUDDENLY STRIKE HOW FAR IS THE DOCTOR ? s., EOT,' TELEPHONE : COMPANY-- As agents for the heirs of J. T. Christopher, lately deceased, we, the undersigned, will on, and have a representative call and tell you how little it costs to have a telephone in your house. Western Electric Tuesday, October 3rd, 1916 Telephones guarantee jou best servlci.) COMMISSIONER'S SALE OLLAND. GAKRARD CIRCUIT COURT. G. W. Sebastian's Admr. et af riffs. VS. Sarada Elizabeth Nave, et al, Defts. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the August Term, 1916. the undersigned 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 25, 1916, t J cribed as follows: Tract 1. Said land it located In Garrard county, Kv. on the waters of Hack Creek and bounded as follows: Beginning at a atase in a branch; thence N VV 31 671 i poles to a stake, near ayoung hackberrv; thence N 26 W 60 poles to a stake; thence S 21, E 30 poles S 41 E 8 poles S 56 E 12, poles to the beginning, containing 8 acres. Tract 2 In Garrard County Kv, on Hie waters of Back Creek, beginning at a white oak tree; thence N 65 W 64 poles to a stone (N 79 E 11 links of a locust pointer); thence S 601 E 46 poles to a beech tree S 17 E 26) poles to a sugar tree; thence N 741 E 14i poles, to s.muiberry tree, S 104 E 221 Pules to a stake on the Well Branch; thence with its meanders S 84 E 16 poles to a stake; thence S 56 E 52 poles to a black ash. Sebastian's corner; thence N 19J W 118 poles to an elm, sugar and beech trees; thence S 67 W 41 poles to an elm stump; thence N 29J W C!i poles to the beginning, containing 40 acres, 2 roods and it being the first day of the Garrard County Court Term the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and des- beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., on the premises four miles north of Buena Vista on the Buena Vista and High Bridge Turnpike road sell to the highest and best bidder, on the terms hereinafter stated, the tract of land owned and occupied by the decedent at his death. This is a desirable farm containing 135 acres, 100 acres being good tillable land, well watered with two never failing springs and a pond. The dwelling is a frame building containing nine story high and in good condition. One rooms, one and one-hastock barn 40x60 feet, with good hay loft; one cow barn and two corn cribs. A good cistern near the door. lf Terms of Sale of the Land. One third cash om the first day of January 1917, at which time foil possession will be given. The balance payable In one, two and three years bearing interest from Janaary 1st, 1917 nntll paid, fer whlch-lienotes are to be given with a Hen on the land to secure the amount of said notes. Seeding possession to be given when desired by the purchaser. As administrators of said decedent's estate the undersigned as such administrators will sell Jo the highest and best bidder, the following personal property: About one third of thirty acres of corn to be filly, cows and calves, farming Implements. shucked in the field; 1 Terms of Sale of Personalty: All purchases of less than $25.00 cash before the property is removed. All purchases at or above that sum, notes will be taken with good surety payable three months from day of sale, negotiable and payable at Bryantsvllle Bank. three-year-old n 3jx)les. Tract 3. On the waters of Bsck Creek, beginning at a stake, corner to Sebastian; thence his line S 64 E 53 poles In a mulberry; thence N 17 E 7.2 poles to a stake; thence S 61 ElOf poles to an oak; thence S 22) E 10 poles to a stake; thence W 58J E 19 poles to a stake on the East edge of a branch; thence down the middle of said branch C N 46) W 16 poles N 6) W 37 poles; thence N 70 W 42) poles to a sycamore; thence S 51) W IB) polet tu a beech; thence S 4 W 12 poles to the beginning, containing 20 acrea and 12 poles. Sold with the same reservation as to road or Dasswav. if anv. as it reserved in the nation-wide- ut n deed of parties between John Casey's heirs, recorded in deed book 9, page 585, and is reserved for the benefit of those, if any such are entitled thereto, also sair.e reservation to fence if any at it rrserved in the deed of John Catev'a heirs. Tract 4. Beginning at a stone In center of Back Creek and corner to Tavlor. thence down said creek when reduced to the following bearing! and distances N 32) W 22 poles N 68 W 98) poles to a beech stump near the mouth of Long Branch; thence N 36 W 631 polet NZtit2 poles IN lb t. xjj polet to a stake in said creek, corner to John Casey; thence with Casey S 65 E 51) poles to a clump ot mulberries on line: thence with Sebsstian S 15 W 49 polei to a itone 1 (Kites from a locust pointer: thence S 57i E 45) poles to u beech; thence S 18 E 27) poles to a sugar tree on Taylor's line; thence with Taylor's line S 65 W 38 poles to the beijinninL'. containing 43 acres 1 rood and 11 poles. Said land all adjoint and will be sold as one boundary. The purpose of said tale It to settls tha estate of G. W. Sebastian, deceas ed, and to divide the proceeds after the payment of debt! and cost of this acas their tion, among his interest may appear. TERMS. The property will be sold on a credit of six and twelve months and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds with approved security, due in six and twelve montht, retpectively, and bear. Inv interest at the rate of six Der cent per annum from dite until paid, having the force and efTect of judgment up. on which execution may issue, payable to W. II, Brown. Matter Commissioner of the Gsrrard Circuit Court, and a lien will by reserved upon the property sold until all the purchase money it paiu. heirs-at-la- J. L. CHRISTOPHER & Auctioneer. J. D. CHRISTOPHER psrtof the faculty school for the Administrators and Agents. A. T. SCOTT, PAINT LICK came Sunday to b of the Consolidated year. The Central Record Jeff $1.00 Per Year ia Advance. Lancaster, Kentucky. have returned from a several weeks visit to friends at Waco and Richmond. Delayed. Mrs. Nannie Hiatt has returned to her home in Illinois after a visit to her Mrs. Sot his Treadwav spent Monday parents Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Uafney. in Ilichmond. l'aint Lick and Tyrone locked horns Griggs ia the guest of Mrs. Bettv on the Danville diamond Saturday after friendt in Winchester. noon, Paint Lick winning at a score of Mist Mary Lea' has had as her guest Mr. Hickel of Louisville Mrs. Saufley Hughes and son of Lr Mrs. W. P. Parks was the week end caster, Mr. Alex Frances and ton of guest of relatives in Barbourville. Oklahoma are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. (J. L. Walerburg of Canada has James Frances. been a guest in our city for several days Mrs. M. J. White and sons left Fri School onened In a most promising day for their home in Mt. Csrmel Ill manner on Monday morning at nine inois after a months visit to Mr and Mrs Woods Walker. o'clock. Mi Bess White left Monday for Mr. and Mrs. Wtllace Thompson and Covington where the hat a position children and Mr. and Mri. John Mahah teaching school. of Troy, were week end guettt of Rev Mr. and Mrs. Loult Guvn left Sundsy and Mrt. W. M. Eldrldge. for Shelbvville for a visit to Mr. and Mits Lula McWhorter was host at a Mrs. W. C. Fitzpatrick delightful picnic in the Davis woods on Messrs Juiii and Itov Kucker of Thursday evening. About fourteen Lexington tpent Sunday with their couples enjoyed the evening. mother Mrt. I. C. Kucker. Mr. and Mrt. E. C. Corneliton have Misa Lula McWhorter left Saturday moved to Berea and Mr. and Mrt. for Boling Green where the will take a Cornn from London have taken charge of the Telephone exchange. M. C. G. C. C. courts In a butinett school. W. H. BROWN. Mturi llarrv McWhorter and It. J. Misses Margaret and Ruth Highland R. H. Tomlinson, Att'y for PI fit. Walker motored to Danville Saturday left Friday for their home In Paris, -afternoon for the ball game. after spending the summer with their Seftaor Mft.tur James Riddle hat returned grandmother Mrs. Martha Ely. borne after several weeks visit with Rev. L. N. Bowling filled his regular appointment at the Chrittain church hit grandmother at Kingtton. xmrun lllk two wimiu-- ij imLLJ, rta inhim I. Ml.... Marv Mav and Elizabeth Wal Sunday and wat accompained by hit .II.UM. JtoMMtoMMWUOStJIlMM ker left Friday for Mt. Csrmtl Illinois daughter Mitt Gertrude Bowling. ku. r hinauiHu of hmii Sickle, Ittli Imm (Mia writ Miss May Powell of Lancaster and hri where they will be in school this winter rMrff to Mrs. I. C. Kucksr and Miss ChMtlne Mist Rluubeth Bryant of HryanUville 11-- 6 PUBLOALE. We handle only the highest grade First Patent Flour. It is guaranteed to As I have decided to go to a better please or your money back. climate, I will on Hudson, Hughes & Farnsu. Mill Elizabeth Richardson of LexSaturday, SefXeabcr 30tk, 1916, ington, Rebecca Ogleiby of Richmond and Archie Maupin of Kingston are guests of Mrs. Arthur Riddle and Mrs. tell to the highest bidder my farm, con. taming 20 acres. This farm is located Annie Brown. 6 miles from Stanford and 4 miles from Mrs. E. 0. Farris of Silver Creek, Lancaster, within mile of Mrs. Emma Farris of Crab Orchard. pike. Mrs. A. M, Daviion and little daughter Farm is all in good grass, with four Virginia of Richmond were guests of room house in fine repair; all necessary Mrs. J. D. Burchell Saturday. 26x40 new barn with fine The services at Mt. Tabor Baptist cittern at house and barn; new wire church are growing in interest and fencing all over the farm; good new attendance. Mr. Howard Martin, of orchard, consisting of 120 fruit trees; Tampa Florida came Friday to take old orchard of 36 good fruit treet; 3 charge of the Mutic, and hit totot are good mares in foal to jack, two eight and one five; 1 yearling filly; a delightful feature of every service years-ol1 extra good driving and saddle mare, Messrs Harold and Martin who are registered No. 9796 by Kentucky's conducting servicei at Mt. Tabor were Choice; 3 good suckling mulet; 3 good present and made the opening hour a heifers; one thoroughbred Aberdeen pleasant one. Mettrt Lutet and Long Angut; 1 Jersey cow and calf; a year, have the High school department Mitt ling tteer; 4 spring lambs; 3 thoatt Powell tha grammar grades, Mitt that will weigh 75 pounds each; 1 rub. Eldrldge the intermediate and Mitt ber tire buggy, In fine repair; 1 set of Bryant the primary. wagon harnett, been used about six Mr. T. T. Martin left Sunday tor times; 1 set buggy harness and othor Burntide and hit work of preaching the things too numerous to mention. Terms made known on day of sate. gospel it being canted on by Mr. Harold of Waco Texas, a number have Sale begins at 10 o'clock. already come on profession of faith and DALE R. WITHERS, by letter while several have come to Lancaster Ky, R. F. D. 2. to God'i reconsecrate themselves service. Cspt. A. M. Bourn, Auctioneer. one-ha- lf d Jlav. iui The Central Record, Thursday Sept 14, 1916 j GOOD TOR TCB CXOPfls property In two tracts as let out herein as First Tract and Second Tract, and he will then offer the property as a whole, offering the entire tract, and will accept the bid or bids realiiing the most money. The purposes of this sale are to settle the estate of Thomas D. Chesnutt. deceased, and pay the residue of said inueiileuness agninsi same auer applying the property thereon, and dividing the proceeds among his heirs-at-ln- w as their interest may appear. TEKMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months and the purchaser or purchasers will he required to execute bonds with approved security lor the purchase price, due in six and 1 Or. Wm. D. Pryor, - n:v jtt. , HERE IS A GOOD PLACE TO STOP FOR LITTLE MONEY. twelve months respectively, bearing intciest nt tho rate of six per cent per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment for which execution may issue, payable to W. II. Drown, Master Commissioner ot the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until all the purchase money is paid. C. W. II. HROWN, M. C. G. Pursuant to the same judgment above referred to the undersigned admlnlstra tors will sell the personal property belonging to said estate, consisting of horses, mules.hogs and cattle and Tanning implements at the same time and ilace, on a credit of three months wnn nterest from date excent all amounts under 110.00 to he cash. Dinner served on the ground. Sale will begin prompt ly at 10 o'clock. " J. T. and J. V. Chesnutt, Admr's of Thomas D. Chesnutt, dee'd. Cap. I. M. Dunn, Auctioneer. a LOUISVILLE HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, KY., Main St., between 6th and 7th. The Only Hotel In Louisville Operated on the American and European Plans. AMERICAN PLAN. Rooms without Hath but with llot'and Cold Running Water. 75 Itoom single. $2.00 per day; 2 people. $2.00 each. (With Meals) single. 2.fiO per day; 2 people, 2.2.1 each. f0 Itoomi CO Front Hoom aingle, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.50 each. Rooms with Private Hath: single, 3.00 ier day; 2 people, 2.75 each. M Rooms. CO Itoomi tingle. 3.50 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each. CUItOPEAN PLAN. Itoom. without Hath but with Hot and Cold Stunning Water. ' 75 Rooms Ingle. $1.00 per day; 2 people, $0.76 each. (Without Meats) ingle, 1.00 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each. 50 Itoom 50 Front Rooms tingle, I. CO per day; 2 people, 1.25 each. Kooma with Private Hath: 'ingle, l.CO per day; 2 people, 1.25 each. Hltwim 50 Itoomi tingle, 2.00 per day; 2 eople, 1. CO each. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OFJAND. GAItltAIU) ClItCUIT COUItT. Willard Harlow, et al, Plaintiffs. VS. Jesse Harlow, et al, Defendants Pursuant to a judgment rendered at ed Commissioner will sell at public auc tion to tno Highest and best bidder, before the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky, at 11 o'clock, A. M. or thereabouts, on MONDAY, SEPTEMUEK 25. 1910, the August 'lerm, 1'JlO. the undersign THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Corner Sixth and Main Sts., European Plan Only. Itooma Without Until, $1.00 and up; Rooms With Private Hath, $1.50 and up. IIEST EATING PLACE IN TOWN. The Louiiville Hotel and the Old Inn nre located in the wholesale district and only a three-block'- s retail district ami theatret. walk to the Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Proprietors. WAY up n. the mour.mins of Western North Cnrolir.n nrc t! c ber.Uiful or.d attractive resort3 of Ashcville, Black Mountain, Hcndcrscnvillc, Brevard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Waynesvillc, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vocation nt one of these cool and delightful places or nt Tntc Sprinc. Term. Round trip Excursion tickets arc on sale daily, p.ao.l until October 31st, via Ctmtrrvnm at HUrlc Fptll dftHilitlvl ltllrnrr rM IlIK. I.. ' Junalutka.j ftrounlAin, iikis anl ttarirs.uir. ... not COUTHZRH RAILWAY rrnstorClrrlcrtf the South V5"W Stop-over- s Three special Low Fare allowed nt (..1 Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. For full information ice Ticket Ar.cnt, Southern Railway, or write B. II. Todd, Dittrict Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kentucky. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. It Surplus Vice Pres'L $30,000. Cathler. JENNY. Preildent J. R. T. ClIBRY, E. ST0R.MES. Ata't Cathier. 6. J. L. GlI.I.. C. DENNY. to his widow Nancv 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 improvements beginning at a stone in l.eander Davidson's line and corner to Jesse Ledford; thence with said David son N 7 chains to a stone " 20 end of fence, corner to Sale at the and a stone to the John Stone And Davidson in line place, now T. L. Yantia: thence with said Yantis N 5J E 28 of chains to a stake In said line, a new corner; thence new lines N 76 E passing a stone GARRARD CIHCUIT COUItT. an old corner at 7 chains: thence Thos. D. Chctnutt'a Admr. et al. Pill's on ssme course and with a wire fence 0 chain7 VS. more, making in all cnains to a stake ataald fence Defendant. is u Robert Chesnutt, 12 linkf Eist of a coffee bean pointer, Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the August Term, 1916, the undersign-e- d new Ecorner; thence another'new line S 0 18 chains to a noint in a Commissioner will sell at public auc Hi tion to tlic highest and best bidder on drain, in line to the whole boundary, and the premises in Garrard County, Ken- said adjoining Jesse Ledford; thence up with Ledtucky, at 10 o'clock a. m. or there ford drain with meanders and S 38 W S 631 W 3 00-1chaini 2 abouts on chains to a point on said drain: WEDNESDAY, 27, 1910. SEPT. thence leaving drain S 14) E 14 0 to the the real estate mentioned in the plead chain acres. beginning, containing 55 ings and described as follows: The purpoxc-- of this sale is to settle Lying in Garrard County, Ky, on the the e.tate of J. M. Harlow, deceased, or Uix Kivcr as surveyed auk. and divide the proceeds, waters after payment Ill, 1910; of cost of this action, among his heirs-at-laWHOLE BOUNDARY, a their interest may appear. lleginning at a Kint in the middle of TEKMS. the County Koad leading from the Fork The sale will be made on n credit of Church to Dix Hiver, corner to Mart six and twelve months and the purUogie; thence leaving road and with chaser will be required to execute bonds Howie's line N bGJ W passing coiner to with approved security for the purchase said Hogie and Hobert Hunkin (a locust price, due in six and twelve months snag) at 29.93 chains and passing cor- respectively, hearing interest at the ner to said Robert Itankiu and David rate of six per cent per annum from Hankin at 61.20 chains, in all 79.72 date until paid, having the force and I chains to a point In a stone fence, cor ellect of n judgment for which execuner to said David Hankin; thence b JJ tion mav issue, payable to W. II. W 111 M chains to a point in middle ot Brown, Master Commissioner of the County Koad; corner to said Hankin: Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will thence with rjml S 8.1 E G 00 chains; be reserved upon the property sold unS H7 E 2I.U0 chain: S 8oJ E 14.43 til all the purchase money is paid. chains to a po'nt on North side of road; W. II. HROWN. M. C. G. C. C. thence crossing said road S 2J W 0.29 chains to a point on South aide of roud Wm. Herndon, Att'y for PlfTs., and 5 feet snort cf atone fence; thence A. M, Hourne, Auctioneer. along south aide of road S WIJ E 2S.M chains to the forks of road, corner to Tuggle and John Doty; thence with middle of road again N 14) E 32.22 chains to tht beginning, containing it being the first day of the Garrard County Court Term the real estate mentioned In the pleadings and described as follows; In Garrard County, Kv. on the waters of Sugar Creek and is the dower land allotted out of the lands of J. Mi liar-lo- w COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND, Administrators' Personalty. a stump; thence S 40 E 16 chains to a pin oak stump; thence S 46 W 8.86 chains, corner to Hager; thence 66) E 5 chains 8 70 E 23.27 chains to a stake; thence N 23) E 6 60 chains N 71 W3.80 chains to the beginning, containing 15.87 acres. Title to said land was inherited by plaintiffs ard defendants from their GAItltAKD CIHCUIT COUItT. father, Sherman Sanders, and being Sarah Denny'i Adm'r, Plaintiff, the same land conveyed to Shtman VS. Sanders from Cyrus Sn'iideri Heirs by Delta, Corn'r, by deed dated March 11, 1912, Sarah Denny's heirs, et al, Pursuant to a judgment rendered at and recorded in the Garrard County me August lerm, loic, the undersign Clerks office in Deed Hook 28. psge 458. Office at Ralney's Livery Stable. ed Commissioner will sell at public sue The purpose of said sale is to divide tlon to the highest and best bidder, be the proceeds thereof among the joint Lanoaster. Kentucky fore the Court House Door in Lancas owners. TERMS. ter, Ky, at 11 o'clock, A. M. or there nbouts, on The property will be sold on a credit of six and twelve months and the purMONDAY, SEPTEMUEK 25. 1916, chaser will be required to execito bonds it being the first day of the Garrard with approved security, due in six and County Court Term, th-- j real estate twelve months respectively, and bearmentioned in the pleadings and describ- ing interest at the rate of six per cent ed as follows: per annum from date until paid, having In Garrard County, Kentucky, on the the force and effect of a judgment upwaters of Paint Lick Creek and known on which execution may Issue, payable S. W. Morrow, Grail tint c Optician (lltnei Fitted. SMlifactlon 'Jutrtntcrd, as part of the J. jV. ni E. M. to W. II. Brown. Master Commissioner tract of lai.d bcunded as follows: of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien at a marked walnut bush near will be r served upon the property sold a drain on II. Kamsry line and corner until nil the purchase money is paid. to lot lam oil to J as. Denny Jr. 14 poles W. II. BROWN. M. C. O. C. C. and thence his line N 29) W in all 86) poles to a stake at stone fence oh north K. II. Tomllnson, Att'y for PlfTs. west side of the Slavin Ilranch on Jnn. Phone 391-- M Walker line; thence saiil line with said fence S 41 W 14) poles to a stake 2 ft. from said fence, corner to Walker; BUCKEYE, KY. thence S 65 W 4) poles to a double buckeye tree, corner to same; thence along with stone fence S 39) W 54.66 poles to a stake on South east side of said stone fence; thence S 67 E passint Ii. Kamsey corner at 3.6 poles and thence on the same course' with said GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Kamsey In all 87.6 poles to a stake corFine Cut Flowers. ner to said Kamsey; thence in line to John Foster's Adm'r, et al, Plffs, same N 36 E 11 poles to the beginning VS. containing 23 acres. Said owners got M. et al, Defts. title to said land as the heirs at law of John Foster's rs, Pursuant to u Judgment rendered nt said Sarah Denny, deceased. Said land is the same land deeded to said Sarah the August Term. 1316. theundersieneil Denny by deed from Dovie Urown and Commissioner will fell ut public uuction ,t i.:..u... her husband dated February 25. 1911, n mr iiiKiitri-- i nniii iiiesi. i. .u uiuuer, oeiore and recorded in Deed Hook 27, page the Court House door in Lancaster, 429, Garrard Ountv Clerk's office and Ky, ft 11 o'clock, A. .M. or thereabouts same willed to said Denny by the will on of John Denny dated March 1. 1909. MONDAY. SEPTEMBER. 25. 1916. and probated in Garrard County Court it being the first dav of the Garrard Lick, Kentucky March 23rd. 1909. and recorded in said County Court Term the real estate County Clerk's office In Will Book Z, mentioned in the pleadings and despage 214. cribed as follows: Casey, D. V. M. The purpose of this sale is to settle A certain tract of land beinir and sit the estate of Sarah Denny, deceased, uated in Garrard County. Kentucky, and divide the proceeds if any remain and being tne same land tnat was conafter payment of debts, among her veyed to Jno. H. Potts bv T. M. Dailey heirs-at-laas their interest may Hrd wife and by O. W. Potts and wife appear. Veterinary- by deed of record in the Garrard Coun- Graduate Cincinnati ty Clerk's office in Deed Book 20. naee TERMS; College. The sale will be made on a credit of 385, and dated October 6th. 1906, and KENTUCKY. six months and the purchrser will be Deed Hook 22, page 477 and dated DANVILLE, required to execute bond with approved March 29. 1907. paid land is bounded on security for the purchase price, due in the North by Sebastian and Son, and six months bearing interest at the rate Rosa Ray; on the East by the lands of of six per cent per annum from date America Potts, on the South by Sebasuntil paid, having the force and effect tian and Son and contains about 16) of a judgment for which execution may acres. Said Foster got title to said FUNERAL DIRECTOR issue, payable to W. II. Brown, Master land bv deed from R. 1. Elkin. trustee Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit of Jno. II, Potts dated the 14th day of Office Over National Bank. Court, and a lien will be reserved upon April. 1909, and recorded insaid clerk's Residence fhone 3. Office Phone 27 the property sold until all the purchase office in Deed Book 33, page 522. 1 ho purpose of this sale is money is paid. to settle LANCASTER, KY. Foster, deceased. the W. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. and estate of John divide the proceeds, if any remain L. L. Walker. Att'y for Plff. after payment of debts, among his heirs-ut-!aA. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. apas their interest ma COMMISSIONER'S OF SALE LAND. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. J.E. EDWARDS, M.D COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. Honaker Dentist. John McRoberts. H. J. PATRICK, Paint John 1. Veterinary Surgeon. J. A. Beazlev pear. TERMS. The sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price due in to close out at cost. six months bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment for which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, MasGAKRARD CIRCUIT COURT. ter Commissioner of the Garrard Cir- Phone Office Hours PUTs. cuit Court, and a lien wilt be reserved 229. Richard Boyle's Adm'r, et al, upon the property sold until all the VS. Maggie Boyle, et ai, Defendants. purchase money is paid. M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler Pursuant to a judement rendered at W. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. August Term, 1'JlO, the undersign- II. C. KaufTman. Att'y for Plffs, the Doctors Of Denial Surgery. ed Commissioner will sell at public auc- A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer tion to the highest und best bidder, be- Offlce: Stormci RiilWIngotti Hart & Audtr tore Hie Court House door in Lancaster aon't urnttnre tore. Ky, at 11 o'clock. A. M. or thereabouts LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. on MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 23. 1916, it being the first day of the Garrard Three Brown Manley CULTIVATORS COMMISSIONER'S SALE 0FLAND. G. C. COX. Manse.Ky Jtm.ra COMMISSIONER'S SALE OFLAND. FIRST THACT; lleginning at u point in middle of the WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. County Koad lending from the Kork Church tu Dix Hiver, corner to Mart J. E. J. H. Posey. Alex It. Denny. Samual U. Cochran. GAItltAIU) CIRCUIT COURT. Hogie; thence leaving road- - and with (5111, Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. Hume's line N bOJ W passing corner to Alfred Dunn's Adm'r., with the Stormcs. 8. C. Denny. J. L. suid Ilogie and Hubert Hankin (a locust will annexed, Plaintiff snag) ut 29.9U chains, in all45 10 chains VS to tlm north gi te post of a gate, u new comer in lino to Hobert Hankin; thence Adam Dunn, et al, Defendants. a new line with u vire fence S 6 W Pursuant to a judgment rendered at 31,38 chains to u point in middle of the August Term, 1'JlO, the undersignCounty Koad, a new corner (two wi. ed Commissioner will sell at public auchws bear 20 links N IltiJ E); thence tion to tho higliert and best bidder beWilli road S htli E 10.82 chains to u fore the Court Hou;e door in Lancaster AND RETURN. point on north side of roud; thence Ky., at 11 o clock a, in., or thereabouts ciossing said roud S 21 W 0.29 chain on Round D side of road and 5 MONDAY, SEITEMHEK 25, 1910 City tu a point on South Junction Trip feet short of u stone fence; thence along south side of road S 80 E 28.83 it being the first day of the Garrard chains to the forks of roud, comer to County Term the real estate mentioned TICKETS ON SALE SEPTEMBER 14, 15. 16 AND 17TII. Tuggle and John Dotv: thence with in the nleudingfc und described as middle of road again N HJ E 3..22 follows: A certain bouse and lot in Lancaster, chains to the beginning, containing Good Returning Prior to Midnight September Garrard County, Ky, on Buford street, 133. 85 acres. Stop-ove- rs allowed at all agency stations. bounded on the North by Tom Jennings; SECOND T It ACT. on the West by Buford Street; on the lleginning at the north gate of For Tickets, Sleeping Car Reservation- mid Complete Infoniuition a gate in line to Hobert Hunkin postnew South by 'lobe Ilecker, and on the u apply to corner; thence with said Hankin N 80 Eust by Jo Pelinan and contains a fraction. W passing corner to same und David The purpose of said sale is to settle chains, in ull 34.53 JUNCTION CITY, KY. Kankinut 19.01 in u the deceused, G. B. HARBERSON, TICKET AGENT, stone tenco. cor- and estate of Alfred Dunn, among chains to a point to divide tin? proceeds the ner to said David Hankin; thence S 31 parties entitled to same. chains to a in H. C. KING, Passenger S Ticket Agent, Lexington, Ky. W 31,50 Itoad, corner ioint Baidmiddle ot TERMS. to Hunkin; County The proiierty will be sold on a credit thence with road S 83 E COO chains S 24.00 chains S 80 B, 3.G1 chains of nine months and the purchaser will 87, E tu a point in middle of load, a new be requlied tu execute Pond with apcorner (two willows bear 20 links N301 proved security, due in nine months E); thenco a new line leaving road and und bearing interest ut the rate of six with a wire fence N 5 E 31 38 chains to per cent per annum from duto until Incorporated. mid, hiving the force and elfect of a the beginning, containing 107.55 acres Ilelng the same property belonging I udgment uKn which execution may asue, payable to W. II. Brown, Master to said Thomas D. Chesnutt. deceased. All and inherited by bald plaintilfs and de- - Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit fendant, and conveyed to him bv J. A. Court, and a lien will be reserved upon 'Yeager by deed dated January 2nd tho property sold until an the purchase 13- -or 339-All Orders Receive Prompt Attenllon 190i, ana recorded in me uierK s onice money Is paid. 83. Phones W. II. BROWN. M. C. G. C. C. of the Gsrrard County Court House in Deed Hook No. 18, page m. Wm. Herndon, Att'y for Plffi. Said Commissioier will first offer said A. M, Bourne, Auctioneer. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. 211.4 acres. mentioned in the pleadings and described us follows: In Gurrard County, in the City of Lancaster, Kentucky, and the title to same was inherited bv plaintilfs and defendants from Richard Boyle, and the same was conveyed to Richard Boyle bv W. M. Bush and wife by deed dated December 2tt, 1868, and recorded in the Garrard County Clerk's Ollice in Deed Book Y. page 37, and the same is described as follows: Be ginning at a stake corner to Dr. Bush on the cemetery line; thence with said line N 24) E 13.08 poles to u stake, corner to saul Bush; thence S 05) E 18.35 poles to a stake; thence S 21) W 13.08 poles to a stake, corner to George thence N 05) W 18.55 poles to the beginning, containing 1) acres. The purpose of this sale is to settle the estate or Richard Boyle, deceased. and to divide the proceeds among hi; heirs-at-laas their interest may ap- bounty Court Term the real estate IIUII TREES Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Aitts. Fruitand ShadeTrftes Strawberry Plants, Shrubs, Grape Vines, Everything for Orchard. Lawn and H.F.IIillenmeyer & Sons. pear. lpH!ltffl Lexington, 1841. Kentucky. 191P TERMS; The sale will he made on a credit of six months und the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price, due in six months bearing interest at six per cent per annum from date until paid, having the force and elfect of n judg ment for which execution may l.sue, payable to W. II Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until nil the purchase money is paid. W. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. J. E. Robinson, Att'y for PlfTs. A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. PSliiiv More Silo Less Money Make no deal for a silo without letting our figure, and fiituics. Wa ive more and better ancnorsg. I!Itauncher door frame. Slcel.hinntd. four.Utch door. Steel tttD ladder. 'step every 18 inches. Better compart, tnr.jconttruction throughout. HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. CHATTANOOGA, TENN QO vpU.W From,. 27,1916 COMMISSIONER'S SALE OLLAND. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Plaintilfs, Burton Sunders, et ul, VS. Ida Sanders, et ul, Defendants. Pursuant to u judgment rendered ut the August Term. 1010. the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public uuction to the highest und best bidder before the Court House door in Lancaster Ky, at 11 o'clock A, M , or thereabouts, on MONDAY, SEPTEMBER, 25. 1910. it being thu first day of the Garruid County Court lerm, the real estate mentiuned in the pleadings and des cribed as follows: Located in Garrurd County, Kentucky, on tho waters of Buck Creek, be ginning at an usli tree corner to Mrs. Broaddus; thence 41) W 8.50 chains N 291 W 6 50 chains to center of Back Creek, up same North 61 W 13 87 chain S 7); thrnce S 7) W 19 chains to Get Our Prices Before You Buy Ovr ftiui tmikUcf ditlt Jacob SchuIzCompany Fine Cut Flowers For F tMpment ot tUvtt nd fix cUiitff.wid operating Oo lot Im moAf jr Urn company give you. ca lt provo it I with figmrt Occasions. I SILO CO. KENTUCKY V. I1, Kincaid, Mpr. Stanfoid. Ky. HASKI.DKN ItltOS. ARentit fur Garranl County. This Aureement Witnesseth; That in order to protect tho came on our lunds for a period of three years we tind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do so. and wo further atiree to prosecute with diligence all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpose of hunting. And we further agree to act as Deputy Game Wardens for the purpose of car-rvin- g out this agreement. Except each of us have the right to kill rabbits on our .'arms or permit it to bo done by another under our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible and reliable person selec'ed by us. This November 15th, 1915. It. L. Klkin, J. E. Robinson, VV. II. Drown, Jno. M. Karra, Alex Walker, V. II. Hurton. T. A. Klkin, Ilaselden Ilros., F. M. Tinder, J. II. Dalton. Logan Hubble, John 11. Smith. G, M. Deshon. .1. N. Ross, II. Q. Cox. Fisher Herring, Hughes Ilros, J. W. Sweeney, W. M. Marian. Withers Ilros, William, Marcus and Jim White. II. F. Wilmot, J. I). Pope. Mrs. David Chenault. Fred J. Conn, W. It. Cook. J, IV. Elmore, Huffman Bros, T. C. Rankin, Wm. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton, W. U. Mo T. M. Arnold. Jr. It. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. A. D. Uradshaw. It. L. Uarker. a Henry. Jno. M. White, fright Herring. Scott Huffman. The Central Record, Thursday Sept. 14 KENTUCKY NEWS 19 Id Prince Albert gives Mrs. G. C. Kennedy, who has bctn Waters of the Klkhorn, the famous bass stream near Frankfort, are being A THREH YEARS' RECORD so III, Is much Improved wc are glad to polluted, according to the reports restate. A Test That Mast Impress Record ceived by J. Q. Ward, executive aRcnt Joseph Clesa will leave next week of the (lame and Fish Commission, by Readers. CUT TO THE QUICK forTlirelkel Is select school at Nichol-- ' a dye works, and dead fish by tho hunaivllle. Three Vears Is a long time. dreds nf pounds are found In the Protracted meeting will begin at the FOR BUSY READERS stream, .Mr. Ward probably will tako A rigid test of merit Immediate stops to protect tho stream,' Mr. Wright testified over three jeara Baptist church the first Sunday In Under n migratory bird treaty be-- ' ago. Lat-- r lie says tho results' were October. twecn the United States and Canada,' its flavor is so different and so J Itev K. B. Thornton, who was a Tho flrt railroad In Clay county li reported to have been already ratified. permanent. delightfully good; Kentucky sportsmen will bo out of Cnn Lancaster ask for better cvi- - (threatened victim of typhoid's ravages rear completion, Is able to be about. Jacksnlpo nnd water fowl shooting for JcnceJ it can't bite your tongue; Tho federal Loan Hoard, scheduled George Wright, Hotel Kengarlin' several years. Jncksntpc In this sec-Messrs W. A. Poynter nnd W. U it can't parch your throat; for n hearing In Louisville September Hon can be shot onl) In the fall, when ' Lancaster, says: "I suffered from an Lunsford, of Walnut Flat, were here 23, has postponed tho meeting until tncy pass over Kentucky going outh, aching back. The kidney secretloin you can smoke it as long and last week on generally at night, tonic time In Norembcr. also bothered me, being irregular, as hard as you like without any The II, Y. P. U. meets regulnrlv rnch Tho Impression has gone abroad scanty and painful in passage, Doan's The Louisville public schools hara comeback but real tobacco hap over the State that tho last General Kidney Sunday evening; Under the presidency procured Pills, opened for tho winter session with an Assembly at It E. amended the dog tax law. pincssi of Rev. Cyrus Johnson nnd Is progressattendance of more than 25,000 pu- nnd Attorney General Logan says he McKoberts & Son's Drug Store, re ing niceiv. my On tho reverse side of every Prince-Alberhas received numerous inquiries as to moved the pains and restored pils. Rev. Greer, presiding elder of the package you will read : A county unit tote on the liquor whether one dog to each household Is kidneys to a normal action " Danville district, will preach here Sun LASTING- HKNKKIT. "PROCESS PATENTED question will be held in Marlon coun- exempted under an act of 1916. He replied that the dog tax law stands JULY 30tm, 1007" OVKK Til It EE YEARS LATER, Mr. day evening the 10. lie will administer ty In December. Lebanon Is the coun- unchanged. the rites of baptism to Owen Duvsll Wright said: "I have htl no kidney That means to you a lot of tobacco enty scat, with four saloons. Attributing his long life to regular trouble Riving: my former since joyment. Prince Albert has always been The Gill family have about rrccvered The merging of the Stnndard and habits, the constant ue of tobacco. recommendation sold without coupons or premiums. We of Donn's Kidney t mm the severe siege of typhoid thru which he regards as a body disinFirst National flanks of Maysvllle has prefer to givt quality I which they have gone. Four members fectant, nnd the fact that he never rills." been announced. The new Institution took a dose of medicine In his life. Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't slm have had the disease in two months. lll hare nearly $1,000,000 deposits. "Uncle Johnny" Helton celebrated his ply ask for a kjdncy remedy cet Mrs Lou Rogers of Tenn., was a guest During tho first month under the one hundred and first birthday at his Duan's Kidney Pills the san e that Mr of Mesdames K. Foley and Menefee Foster-Mi- l Montgomery Wright had recommended. operation of the workmen's compen- home near Sldevlew, F.lmore and was too late in arriving to burn Co.. Props.. Hulfalo. N. Y. sation law 1,160 claims hare been filed county. be at the burial of her father, Mr Geo Tobacco growers are offering $2.50 lth tho board. Naylor, late of Coiliin. to $3.50 per day and board for laborthe national joy tmoke After two years' work, the construc- ers to assist In cutting and housing the BRYANTSVILLE Word received from Crab Orchard tion of the north end of the Dixie largest tobacco crop grown In HenX tnsttte horn rnmch of stated that twin boys had arrived at frenier row are i tSe Highway, from Kllzabethtown to the derson county In ten years. Few have Mr Luther I! rooks has been spending the home rtk ofttf wtod Mj dropthinto For. Pnnt of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Ken in goodness and Albert Iff Ait plf been successful In getting laborers, as several days nt Lexington. line, at West Point, roorrr Thotwpy retf rnf nedy. One has since died nml the life hundreds of negroes who annually Djf i;ff Fur a rfte rur ra TOfACCO IS MRAMS in pipe satisfaction has been completed. Mr and Mrs C. C. Becker are tin tor a dim, tAan thrm' lh Sana. of the other is despaited of at present. In K)R SMOKERS USSKRIHt mm ntmnd ami hlt timnd ttn Harvy S. Irwin, member of the Fifty assist goneharvesting the tobacco crop, Louisville attending the State Fair. is all we or its enthusito northern points to work PROCtSSDISCOVIiKOm Woodson Carpenter came in last Sun congress from Louisville and have seventh hitmnler Willi erfffaf Ijuite a number from here went to day from Greensburg Ind, rUhnNanpuMunsTO mm trtl lop Itallroad Commissioner of Kentucky on railroads, bringing his astic friends ever claimed tm Declaring themselves In favor of a Lexington Tuesday to hear Hughes. Sea lht aarce InIn turn 'PIOWCtTNlHMT t In 1S95, died of appendicitis at Vienna, bride, who was n Miss Tay complete system of roads In for aan-ItGHTTULAND WHOLE Inm Va. Mrs Hannah Sweeney has returned lor of that place. . Woodson is to be Appalachian states, of uniform road efl.rae- SOMCTOMCCOrXWCIC Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Doyd, of near (,Mf legislation in all states, uniform bond frcm a itay in JeiTersonsville Indiana. congratulated on winning so bonnie a Maysvllle, celebrated their golden every smoke desire you Mrs Alfred Swope entertained a num bride. May every good thing come In all road work, Issues, wedding anniversary last week and It 0CUJ MtlKTt or ever had! It is so developed that neither had ever taken systematic marking ot nil roads and ber of her friends at dinner Thursday. their way. other important recommendations, the any kind of medicine, Mrs. Manhall Louisville cool and and appealing to your Appalachian Good Roads As- IS Gov. Stanley has pardoned "Babe"! Southern the guest of Mrs J. Hogan Ballard smokeappetite Drown, a negro sentenced to the peni- sociation adjourned their convention, you will get chummy with Mrs Sue Dozier end children of Oklu. Lexington. WtSlKITBITtTHtrOXCUt tentiary for life for murder In Louis-- which met incompensation Inspection are visiting The new it in a mighty her sister, Mrs R I Burton. time ! He was once sentenced to Tllte. rating schedule was accepted formally Mr. Paul Sutton of Brunswick Ga.. j death. DRIVING OUT CATARRH by the Workmen's Compensation has been visiting his Dr. T. n. Welch, of Nlcholasvllle.J sister, Mrs. M. O. Un mt Ika TVb la tU you invest 5c or 10c to prove out our say-s- o Hoard. Under this system the same Kennedy. If people knew how the presence was the unanimous choice of the State i IU. Rhi Prix AtWt lUr menace, ui caiarrn ib maximum credit of not exceeding 40 they would haveconaianiof It. It none on the national joy smoke? labTalaalad Tuberculosis Commission In his elec- per cent of the basic Insurance rate on Miss Elizabeth Bryant has resumed Inreata some part of the delicately mm rtahia wkat il bmn tion for secrotary. He is tho brother- any adjusted body and makes It uselcaa. Industry Is allowed for good safety her duties again ss teacher in the school la aula Priaaa Alkart aa mmtm thus throwing; on the other organs of Governor A. O. Stanley. conditions disclosed by an Inspection at l'uint Lick. more than their share of work. It R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Wiruton Salem, N. C tare lAlae. son of Mr. Hiram of The affords a carefully prepared seedthe plant, as was possible under the Mrs. WmLearof Lancaster, is spend Burden, who resides In Faris, was In feu mr me Kcrma ot coiua, grip, schedule formerly In use. ing u few weeks with her daughter, tuberculosis ami nneumnnla It an etantly killed when the top of a buggy, dlaarranges Nature's delicate plans William Russell Allen, president of Mrs B. C. Rose. - v i,,..q ijuaiiuio aainma. nir In which he was playing, fell, striking ' Mrs. Lucy Martin rcturnnl to her Kuest of Miss Gertrude McQucrry. COY fever and other rcaplratory lilm on the head and breaking his neck. the American Trotting Register Asso lnKton last week. Mrs. Walter Arnold and daughter. becomes It epreaje until Itmany i Mi.ses CeorKia ami Mayrm- Crutch-- ,""n' in ciation and a former member ot the syatemlc thus Involving The celebrated Orphan Brigade will A. T. Sanders taught from different u, um,-.Mr ami Mrs. II. I.. Simile were viai- u, Board of Review, National Trotting Paula, visited Mrs. Wesley Walker at and debilitating the entire hold Its 34th reunion September ayatem with aerloua results. parties, some shoata for 3 cents. Lf Mi,i,ni..wlli .h t,...l tors of Mr and Mrs. Alfred Owens. at Hopklnsvllle, according to official Association. Is dead at his home In Danville last week. Catarrh Is eaallr nerlected. and 'ufl'reaclirreville for the week-enJohn Daily sold to Iiurton Bros., a i with I'eacliie Mae Sanders. It rarely gets well of Itself. It Mr. W. K. Davis. Misses Bessie Cald notices sent out by Gen. V. B. Halde-man- , I'lttsfleld, Mass. Death was due to neeas proper meqicinai correction. For a quarter of a century welt and Mary Ellen Farley spent Satbunch of shoata at 8J cents. head of the brigade. This Is tha apoplexy. For almoat halt a century many n. i.e. ' Howe McCullr.h bounlit of Everett rooms 24 and 25 at the rhoenlx Hotel, thouaanda have found help tn reCSth year of the organization. urday in Lexington. Miss lona Dunn waa the week-enDuncan, a cow for $40. Monday for Cluevv. runs, a valuable tonic special emcacy In catarrhal with Luther Pence, 35 years old, of Frank- Lexington, had been reserved for him, conditions. Miss Mayme Lee Ballard spent and they had already been reserved The aim is to clean out waste matfort, was Instantly killed, and four ter, to dlapel the catarrhal Inflamdays in Lexington last week the guest men riding with him in an automoblls by letter for the trots this fall. mation, and tone up the whole willingly teatlfy After refusing the attention of a of Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk. were seriously Injured when the car that done has "."' all thle and even doctor's services which was tendered more for catarrhal aurferera. What turned over three times Sunday mornMrs. Belle Davis of Jessamine, has It has cone la the beat proof of ing, near Simpsonvllle, In Shelby to him free, Hiram Combs, aged 59 been visiting Mrs. C. M. Dean and Mr. what It will do. You may rely on years, died at his home near Douglas. county. 1'eruna. W. K. Davis and family. In tablet form It Is pleasant to During a recent night a tblet entered When he realized that he was near take and eatay to administer. The many friends ot Mr B. II. Hal- the police court room at Maysvllle and death he ordered his family to leave as Takleta are stole three gallons of whiskey that him alone In the room 'without a light. comb are delighted to see him out after the tdeal had been confiscated. It was in pinti He had made all arrangements for his his recent illness of typhoid fever. laxative and liver and quarts and had been placed In an death, such as preparing hla clothes Miss Marguerite Woolfolk returned have They tonic and buying the material for making unuiued vault as evidence gainst sevno unpleaTHREE-DAY- S TOUR FROM LANCASTER. SEPTEMBER 27 $12.15 FOR AN to her home at Lexington Thursday the coffin, which was by the death-bed- . sant effects er! alleged bootleggers. and do not after visiting Miss Mayme Ballard. adThe In a speech to prisoners at cbapel Alliance form a habPersonally conducted by the Excursion Agent L. N. R. R. it, 10a, XSc exercises in the reformatory at Frank- journed their annual meeting at Frank-fort- , Northern or recleaned having adopted resolutions pro- seed rye for sale. neFetsaaaCe fort, Governor Stanley denounced parRound trip tickets $5.05. Board ot the Cave Hotel, including the several routes in the tnve for f050. .Csbasbes. 4X don brokers and attorneys who accept testing "against unjust slander against Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. v Tickets on sale for morning trains. Phone L. & N. Agent. ay fees, unknown to the governor, to se- our race," and saying. "Our foreMr. and Mrs. E. H. Ballard and atcure pardons and said he would havt fathers, as well as we, have done and prosecuted any caso reported to blm. are doing our part toward the develop- tractive children, of Stanford, spent Thirty cases of typhoid fever In ment and prosperity of this, our coun- Sunday with Mt and Mrs Hogan Ballard Lexington prompted the Board ot try, and we make a united stand Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gosney are reHealth to Issue a warning to citizens against the malicious attempts to among our people by advo- ceiving congratulations upon the arto boll all water used for drinking rival of a handsome son at their home. purposes. Drastic steps will also be cating race prejudice." Miss Frances Haselden of Danville, taken to compel dairymen to Improve A government report estimates that the quality of milk sold. tho crows which roost In Central Ken- and Misses Edna and Lillian Arnold of CThc State Tax Commission appoint tucky number high In the thousands, Lancaster, were week end gucsta 6f ed by Governor Stanley held a confer- and there are extenslvo roosta near B. P. Swope. ence on the draft of a new revenue Harrodsburg and Guthrie. The most Mrs. Miss Jane Bowling will leave next measure. It Is probable that a special favored haunt seems to be near Ver- session win be called by Governor, sallies, where government experts cs week for Millersburg where she will atoianiey to meet aoout tne middle ot tlmatc their number at about 1.000,000 tend school at M. F. C. this year. Jane November. birds. These birds make dally nights is one of the most popi-lagirls of the The coal operators of the Eastern for miles in search of food, but their younger set" and will be greatly Kentucky fields are beginning an clannish nature causes them to seek a misted. active campaign for the opening of a common rooting place. SeVeral from here expect to attend road to the coast. In order that the West Virginia oil and gas men operators may ship coal consigned to become greatly Interested In a have the annual Conference of the Methodist Nicholas-vill- e South American ports without prohibof oil at Irving, near Louisville. church which will be held at itive freight rates. next week. Rev. 11. M. Lee will Producers say that the main InduceJohnson N. Camden, of Woodford ment for them to take a chance fill his regular appointment here next , county, formerly United States sena- striking oil In the Kentucky field at Sunday morning and evening and it will Is tor, was taken to New York, where he that a well can be drilled for about be the last services for this conference will undergo a course of treatment for $500, as petroleum Is found only 300 year. heart trouble and complications. Ills feet deep. In West Virginia It costs has been breaking for several five or six times as much to health drill a months. He Is the wealthiest man In well as In the Kentucky field, It Is smokers such delight, because -- t Albert nkl-rim Hardln-Jcffcrso- nihtltrt e it! It answers any other man fragrant that short Will m lt ". merit-ratin- 27-2- u n., ,!,!.., - 1 -- .... .,, I d are-.-- V MAMMOTH CITE ALL-EXPEN- German-America- home-grow- n 6 r new-fin- Kentucky. That Circuit Judge Flcm D. Samp-so;.- , of Whitley county, "has taken liiuny liberties In suspending fines," Is the charge made In a report by State Inspector and Examiner Nat 11. Sew-ell- . filed In Frankfort. Mr. Sewelt suggests the enactment ot a law to remedy the situation. Tho Kentucky National Guards nre camping on the Fort Bliss reservation, el' miles from tho Mexican border. Kentucky cities I'aducah, V Mlffo, Mlddleeboro, Dover and Ash-lai.-are rivals for the new armor pluie plant to bo established by the Federal government. Tlin Western Kentucky and Tennessee llakers' Association was organized e et Martin, Tenn., composed ot from many towns and cities In that section. The high cost of Hour and other Ingredients of bread will be, coi ldered In relation to tho size ot a d-' at bread. "uf. T. J. Coatea was selected by tiie Hoard of Regents to succeed Prof. ' J (I I'rabbe as president ot the Kast-- I State Normal School at Richmond.! Prof. Coates for five years has been Superintendent of Rural Schools In J and before that waa Super- of Public Schools at '' J"01"!- - Jacob SchulzCompany Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 339-13 or BJ. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. January 1, 1917, The opening of Mr. II. G. Cummins has been quite! l'alcott Hall for the housing of a hun-rrJred joung women will be one ot the ill of grip. most Important steps In Berea's pres. Miss Tory Anderson has entered cut endeavor to secure adequate school at Lancaster. great ! tcr and equipment for Its Miss Katherine Melvln is with tli from "the mountain end or htmefolks here for a few days. eight si)uUietn states." Messrs J. T. Rigsby ami F. L. Tbornp-- j 'son attended court at Richmond. Bale Tics for sale. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau, Incorporated. J. W. Brown of Parker Ind , Is visiting friends her and at Ottowa Ky. Mrs Paul Finch of Drakes Creek was All a recent visitor of Mrs W. F. Ballard. Mrs. Sylvester Thompson of Paint All Orders Receive Prompt Attention Lick visited relatives here last week. J. M, Cress and family were motor visitors to friends at Mt Vernon Sunday n fieo. T. nichardion. M. D.i "In my opinion, II. l. IK should bo applied In all raaes or skin disease aa Immediate relief the. Itch, a calm to excited nerves, soft, to powerful strongest Democratic speeches ever toothing, yet asystem." agent, a strength to the general Dr. L'nna Holmes: "D. I). D. Is as heard In the old commonwealth. Gov-- ' specific for eczema and tho dreaded ernor A. O. Stanley, Representative near a as Is quinine for malaria. I con- psoriasis Fields, of tho Ninth Kentucky district,, ntntly rrescrlt u, u, ii. amo inr sail barber s lieu, pimples, an and Stato Campaign Chairman Con- t'hln e eruntlonl. ew 'ct 'It T. Uabbert ! "I aralea. aorei." gressman j. rainpueit cantrlll, also Dr. Ira freelr admit D. D. reaches moat, cases that addressed the crowd. The attendance, tciemaI).and permanently cures them." ot was placed at 20,000, with every counlr. Oabbcrt of Caldwell. Kansas, la one of the beat akin speclallals In the state. ty represented. , .Writs and aak him about V. 1). D. I DrugEiats are glad to recommend this A gift of $10,000 to Berea college soothing, cooling; liquid. 2.1c. Sue and 11.00. has been announced from the late Come to us ana we will tell you more about remedy. Your money oack James Tnlcott. ot New York city, It this remarkablebottle rellerea vou. li. li. unleia tho drat Is a part of a total pledge for $40,000 ttoap keeps jour skin healthy. Aak about I. It for tho erection of a girl's dormitory.1 It. E. Mcltoberts. Lancaster. Ky. the work on which is progressing rapiluly, with tho expectation that the itructure will bo ready for occupancy' claimed. Tho opening guns of the Democratic campaign In Kentucky were fired at Winchester, Saturday, when Vice President Thomas Riley Marshall. Congressman Thomas Heflln. of Alabama, nnd Hutu Hardy, of Texas, delivered what were said to he three of tho Doctors Agree On Eczema Remedy Cosaflna the Statements Aboit D. D. D. Prescription You have a drop of athletic blood in your veins, you want to see at home what you would see in National League. Your work is getting burdensome and you can't collect your thoughts. You like Base Ball in its best form with star playing. Your hearts action is weak and needs a stimulant and you want to laugh as you have never laughed before. Come to Paint Lick, Ky., on THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPT. 21. 22, 23, 1916, .riiEACHERSVILLE and you will see the two old famous teams, Paint Lick and White Station Gross Bats. Games called each day at 2:30 p. m., sharp and should rain interfere, the following day we will hold a double header starting at 1 o'clock p. nt. Admission to all, 10 cents. Occasions. Don't Forget The Place, Date, and Time.