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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 12, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916101201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 12, 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 JtELIOlOt; UN1ARNI8HED DEMOCRACY AND 0001) QOVERNMENl. TWENTY SEVENTH TEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, OCTOBER 12. 1916. Fresh oysler at Zlmmers. DESERVED PROMOTION. NUMIKR St. , x 96 ADDITIONS Daring Christian Church Remal. The revival which closed last Sunday night after a two weeks meeting at the Christian church, resulted inllG additions being added to this congregation. Dr. Crayton Ilrooks and Mr. Fred Warner, made many warm friends during their stay In our city, who will always remember them pleasantly and wish for them n rich harvest In their new fields. Thty go from here to Johnson City, Tenn., where they will conduct a two weeks meeting. We have n good Mnre for sale Garrard Milling Co. PflEPARDNESS We are ready to answer the call for I will jiay 25 cents per hundred for old Magailner, this week. Call me at Hill Karris. 43. LOST Two hound dogs, one of them black, white and tan. the other black and tan. Left Oct. 20th. ttO. C. K. Itankin, reward. Hedgevllle, Ky. Everyone will be glad to hear thnt "Ilert" Soper has besn promoted In the I. & N service as chief check clerk, but will be sorry to learn that ha will have his office at Itichmond instead of Lancaster, where he Is so well and pop ular known. He assumed his duties there this week and his wife expects to join him in n few days. Ilert la a hard worker, polite; and thoroughly competent tu perform the duties assigned him. H s T 0 Y E E A Kitchen Utensils , Of Every Description. ENTIRELY NEW AND AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES. . See Our 'White Beauty Assortment' 5 and I Oc Counter ? Specialty. FIRST COME FIRST SERVED. The Woman's Club will meet Friday afternoon at 3:30. Mias Hunt of CANDY KITCHEN Frankfort will apeak in regard to a In this issue of the Ilecord appears visiting nurse for the town and county. All ministers and doctors am cordinlly the advertisement of the new Candy Kitchen, which has just been opened invited. next door to the Puritan, on l.exington street, where fresh candies of every "ENTHUSIASM. description is made and offered for sale Democrats all over the state nre at prices that nn reasonable and that showing more enthusiasm this year will appeal to the tastes of the rroat than in any previous campaign, accord fastidious. Mr. Coy Sanders is the ening to reports brought to Democratic terprising proprietor of this new venheadquarters by speakers vho have ture in Lancaster and wi speak for him been campaigning in all scrtions of the a liberal share of your patronage. State. RESIDENCE Last Monday brought a bumper crowd to Stanford and the streets and alley's were alive with live stock of evjry description, chief amont; them being the young hybrids, numbering several hundred. Qlite a number changed hands at prices ranging from $50 to $110. Aged mules were n little draggy and extra choice ones found no WE' MAY FURNISH TWO. buyers. Probably 1000 cattle Were on the In dividing the United States into market and most of them sold at prices districts and serving notice on the dis ranging from 6 to 7 cents. trict officers that one mnn must be re cruited for every 1,0(10 people in his FAMILY REUNION. district. Secretary of War Ilaker Saturday inaugurated a new system of One of the most delightful reunions regular army recruiting held in this section for many months, was the one at Mr. Robert Gaines' resi NEW MANAGER AT HUBBLE. dence, near Crab Orchard last Sunday, in honor of Mrs. Gaines parents, Mr. Mr. Albert Sloan who has so success and Mrs. J. C. McWhorter. Nearly fully managed the Hubble Telephone fifty triends and relatives of this happy exchange for the past four years has couple asuembled to do them honor and recently resigned and has been succeed wish for them many yeara of umlloved ed by Mr. A. It. Castle, of Lincoln happiness. Among the guests from county. Quite a number of improve this section were Mrs. A. It. Estridge ments have recently been undergone and family and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. and the system is one of the best in the McWhorter and family of Paint Lick. state. The residence to bo sold at public sale hy Mr. James W. Smith on next Saturday, October llth 191G, is one uf the prettiesthomes on Itichmond street, is verr modern in every respect and is loeatrd in one of Lancaster's most desirable residential districts COBURN'S MINSTRELS Night. T I At Opera House Saturday Don't Miss This Opportunity. CONN LIVE MX W mm BROS. mmm, W mm m SALE. CROWD AT STANFORD. , ANTk W fttlV LET T.TVK Vfif.KS mm mm mt The mere mention of the name "Cohurn" send thrill of joy through ones body, and the fact that he is to bring his greater minstrel to the Lan caster Opera House next Saturday night, is indeed a joy that knows no bounds. Thoye who have seen this wonderful minstrel could not conceive that it could be improved upon, but we are assured that this years shows have reached the height of minstreldom. The ensemble opening is a departure from oldtimo stereotype groupings and ideas, introducing the entire company in Charlie Gano's latest minstrel con ception "Ameiica's Millionaire Hunt Cluti" that has been royally received before Kings and Queens of many countries, Reserved seats are now on sale at McRoberts Drug Store General ad mission 50 cents, children 25 cents. GOOD DEMAND N G Make Your Home Comfortable. A No. 53 S LORENCIS five rooms. Florence Heating Stove will heat four and Make your home like summer all the winter. Holds Fire All Night. Faints- - Haselden Lancaster. - Bros., Kentucky For Kentucky Red Berkshire. Mi Kinds. All Sizes. Window Glass- McRoberts Drug Store YOU NEED A FLASH LIGHT TOO. W. C. T. U. DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING. KEEPING PRICES DOWN I 3 When you ore ready to buy GROCERIES and MEATS just bear in mind thnt this is the store where prices nre always kept down to the limit. High prices never prevail here. When you want (rood service just remember that our motto U to give the lieat good and the bent service for the leant money and we do It. DAVIDSON & TOMLINSON. ft 3E tlE DE Roman's Opera House 3 The first meeting of the new year is Saturday at 2 o'clock. All of the members are urged to come,prepared to pay their dues. The year extends from "Civic RightOctober 1916 to 1917. Mrs. Allie eousness" Is the subject. Lear, the superintendent of this de- this year, the National Committee partment, will have charge of the having assigned him to make thirty speeches in the state of Maine during meeting. the recent campaign. We are indeed fortunate in securing this highly edu MAY MEAN PEACE. cated orator for Lancaster. Every Despite official denials by Count von voter in the county should come out KernstorfT, the German Ambassador, and give him a hearty welcome. Ladies and the United States State Depart- especially invited. r10 Mi ment that Ambassador Gerard, returning from Ilerlin, is bringing direct word "DAKOTA JACK" HERE. from Kmperor William asking President Wilson's intercession for peace, the re Friends of Dr. J. J. Pursley and wife ports fail to down, and the dramatic were glad to welcome them at their old arrival of the with papers for home last week, where they have been the Ambassador Saturday added zest making some sale contracts with the to the reports. different drug stores throughout the blue grass. Dr. I'ursley is a firm believer in advertising and he tells of GOOD SHOW. some wonderful results that a few inThe children of the Odd Fellows ches of advertising have recently home, under the auspices of the local brought him through the medium of the lodge, will give a delightful entertainpress. He has contracted with Stormes ment at the school Auditorium to- Drug Store to handle his goods in this Forty boys and girls territory and his advertisement will morrow night. will tane part in this entertainment. appear in every issue of the Record for A brass band of twenty-fiv- e pieces and several months. Read them. a girl orchestra of fourteen pieces, will bo well worth the small price of "BILLY" IS ALRIGHT. Hon. C. II. Drough, Democratic nominee for Governor of Arkansas, will speak in the Court House here next Monday evening, beginning promptly at 7:30 o'clock. Mr. Urough is one of the finest campaigners on the stump The demand that has been created for the Kentucky Red Uerkshires in the past few weeks has surpassed all records and the breeders of this class are making daily shipments to various tates to fill their increased oiders. W. O. Walker, of Stanford sold two boar pigs to James Sharpe of Georgia, for which he received fiO and a pair to R. H. Sharp, of Texas, for $20. Robert T. Hruce sold a number to Woodford county people ot fancy prices, they go ing to a territory where the Duroc has had full sway for a number of years. James Iiurnside of this county sold five nice shoats to Ernest Hoover, of Jessamine, for which he received $100. All breeders of this class report unprecedented sales and think the reputation that this breed has already established will make them the coming hog in the state. DEMOCRATIC W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, SPANISH CAKE. RAISIN Oirector and Embalmer. Kentucky. POUND. CO Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. RALLY A BIG SUCCESS. 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. r r o CO m 30 Large Crowd Enjoy Good Speeches. S It was a rousing Democratic meeting held at the court house Saturday afternoon, when speeches were made by Messrs J. E. Robinson G. D. Swine-broaG. C. Walker, J. I. Hamilton, R. II. Tomhnson, II. C. Kauffman, and Congressman Harvey Helm. The speeches were short but each speaker brought from the large crowd round after round of applause, when telling points were made in favor of the reelection of President Wilson. Dem ocrats are becoming aroused and will get out a full vote on November 7th. Many request were made that Chair man Elkin bring his team of speaker to the various school houses in the county before election day, which he has agreed to do. FEATURE EDITION NEXT m o O r o z CO m Theo Currey. See c z 00 m lAIr baturda) Uct 14th , J. A. COBURNS greater MINSTRELS Bigger and better than ever before. Advanced to the front line in minstrelsy Six Big Minstrel Vaudeville Acts. I Ford, Mack & Simons. Lynch & Boync Marvelous "TOLEDO" Lester Lucas Eddie CliiTord, Raiiupation I wJI J II SI Quartette fWUFV "BUMP" Act. Sensational Startling New Acts "NO SUH! OmiXNlsSoMnwNG Georgeous Scenic Display, New Songs New Jokes. which is only twenty-riv- e cents tor adults and fifteen cents for That "Hilly" Swope, a former Lan caster boy, but now located at Lexchildren. ington in making sure that he will not lose his vote at the coming November A MASTER STROKE. election, the Herald has the And now they have gotten Former following to tuy; "J. W. Swope, of the Fayette Cigar President Taft going around making is a Company, went to Lancaster yesterday the charge that the force bill. The whole pack is now to register so he could cast his first yelping in unison to that effect but the vote at the November election for Wilson. He had changed Wilson and Woodrnw people see the purpn e. the Democratic Congress prevented the precincts here September 12 and could strike and did it because the interest not vote in Lexington, tho sixty-da- y preventing. He of the country demanded it, not be- precinct regulation cause the brotherhoods forced it. It made the seventy. five mile trip was a master stroke by a muster hand, only to find after his arrival there that and saved the country great loss and regUtration was not required in Lancaster, the town being ef the fifth class. sutfering. Swope is one of the few persons of the Swope name in this section who is MEDICAL MEN TO MEET. d a democrat." The Central Kentucky Medical As sociation, composed of the counties of FISHING PARTY RETURNS. Garrard.-Llncol- n, Mercer and Doyle, After a week's angling on the waters will hold it annual meeting In LancasThis of Rockcastle river and full to over ter, Th'irsday October 19th. promises to be one of the most inter- flowing with experiences of recent esting meeting held In several years catches, squirrel pies, fried chicken, a la Charity, and Poplar Root sweet and a full membership of the Association is expected and urged to attend. potatoes, the fishermen reported In our An elaboiate dinner will be served at last week's issue, drove into Lancaster Tuesday night and have been enter the Kengarlan. admission Border of "Ad" for Names of Cakes. 'O JL WEEK. Next week. a edition of the Record will contain many interesting features embracing a writeup of some of Lancaster's prominent business institutions. The articles are entirely original and will be written by Mr. J. G. Claiborne, special feature newspaper man, who has been in the city for days familiarizing himself with local con ditions. There will be many extra copies of this issue circulated, assuring our advertisers of a very large audience tO'linHd 3103UO S I H d3 K I RAISE ADVERTISING RATES TO MEET COST OF PAPER Paducah.Ky., Oct, llth -- Uniform rates for advertising and job work were adopted at the meeting of the First District Press Association in and the high cost of print paper was discussed, but no remedy was within the power of the newspaper owner. However, they agreed that expenses to meet the embarrassing condition could be reduced and higher rates on advertising, job work and subscriptions were suggested as the only alternative. A minimum rate of ten cents an inch for foreign advertising in plate was fixed, with five cenU an inch additional if the type had to be set. A rate of not less than $2.60 for cards, legal advertising and stray notices was agreed upon, as was a schedule of price for fi job work. The next meeting will be held the last Friday In December. h, I I I Hupmobile. KINNAIRDTBROS. Agents. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. I I "FAIR AND WARMER." The above is the title of the latest farce success, presented by Selwyn and Company, and will lie shown at the Lexington Opera House Friday and Saturday with a matinee Saturday afternoon of this week. This splendid show returns in answer to a tremen dous demand from all parts of the country, "Fair and Warmer" la the merriest of tales, divulged in three act ot tnountlng drama and d CHARLEY GANO WITH THE MILLIONAIRE HUNT CLUB IN INDIA Prices fell 35c, 50c, CHILDREN 3 and 75cts. IA-I- E 25cts. EH 9 comedy. taining their friends with their many catches and happy hours spent at the home of Mrs. Charity Poynter, near the brinks of the famous Rockcastle. Sad to relate however, they found the Cumberland river mud dy and their entire time was spent on the Rockcastle. They all admit "we had fairly good luck" and give Judge Fred Friable credit for landing the largest catch, which was a seven pound in salmon and measured twenty-ninches. They report a total of about 76 fish (not pounds) caught during the weak. left-ove- r e i J. A. Coburn's Greater Minstrels, a t Roman's Opera House next Saturday, October 14th. J " - " -" ' j- J " - - The Central Record, Thursday Oct 12 19It LESS THAN A MONTH LEFT. WUNSING EAR you Fit perfectfit--dknow what it means in especia lly underwear o Lesi than four weeks remain before the election. Let them be weeks, of ceaseless work fot the Democratic ticket, that Kentucky will do her part toward continuing In power an administration that which has wrought so much good for the country. The old Commonwealth Is naturally Dum ocratic and there Is never a doubt of the outcome when every Democrat does his duly. Now, morn than ever In the history of the country that duty is most imperative. Don't fail to ', to the polls and urge your neighbor to do likewise nnd we shall have four years of Wilson with all the benefits to the country that such n result means. HIDDEN "1 hUk OF I Sale DANGERS Thai No union suits? Nature Gifts Timely Warnings Mm?) We believe that Munsingwesr union suits will give you a new idea of under- 0 Lancaster Citizen Can Afford lo Igr.or?. DANGER SIGNAL NO. 1 comes from the kidney secretions. They will warn you when the kidneys nre weak Well kidneys excrete n clear, amber lluid. Disordered kidneys send out thin, pale and foamy, or nred, ing urine, full of sediment and Irregular wear fit. The way they cover the form without jinpitijj nt the scat the manner in which they give ami tnke with every twist of the body nnd every contraction of the (nuclei without binding nt the crotch has been a surprise and delight to millions. Munsingwcar fit is one of the distinct features that explain the annual sales of over 10,000,0(10 garments nnd the ever increasing demand from millions of satisfied users. nr RESIiT I PTY 9 fit is that it doesn't Ami the beauty of the Munsingwear wash out. The comfort of Munsingwear fit is further increased by softness of the elastic Munsingwear yarns, the smooth seams, the perfect crotch And perfectly balance core In the sent. The prices of Munsinr.wenr garments are very moderate much less, perhaps, than you imagine for such fine quality. The rouge of fabrics, stylo Bnd weights is very wide. They are made for women and children. There is a correct fitting Munsingwear garment for you Ask us to show you. in any style, weight or fabric desired. Women's Munsing Wear in Low Neck, High Neck and Half Low Neck, Long Sleeves. Short Sleeves, No Sleeves, Ankle Length and Knee Lengths. All weights in stock from GO cents to $4.00. Children's Munsingwear for Hoys nnd Girls from 60 cents to 31.50. or passage. liAMir.K SIU.NAI, KU, 2 cornea ftom the back. Hack pains, doll or sharp and acute, suggest weak kldnejs and in that ense wain you of the darger of dropsy, gravel and Ilright's dieae. Dosn's Kidney Ml Pills nre endorsed by thousands. Here's Ijincaster proof: C. T. Hrummett, grocer. Crab Or chard St., Lancaster, says: "Nearly every spring, use Doan's Kidney Pills to keep me in good health. During the winter, colds settle on my hack and cause pains through my kidneys. Doan's Kidney PilN stop the pains and my kidneys become normal." Price 60c, nt all dealers. Don't sim ply ask for n kidney rfmedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Hrummett hail. Co.. Props., Hulfalo. N. V. 1 r'oter-Milburn Saturday, October at two o'clock. .4th, 1916 KEEP WILSON ON GUARD. SPECIAL NOTICE:-SIN- PRICES OF BEEN MUN-NO- T WEAR HAVE VANCED ONE CENT, ASK FOR AD- - MUNSING WEAR UNION SUITS A. B. Robertson DANVILLE, & Bro ASK FOR KENTUCKY. MUNSING WEAR UNION SUITS TEATERSVILLE I STANFORD visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Menifee, here Friday and will spend several weeks. family and A. B. C. Dinwiddie, of Junction. City Mrs. Kemp Walker Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Carpenter, Mrs. visited relatives in Danville Saturday. was here Saturday. N. Menefee, Sr., and John Menefee, Miss Nancy Yeager went to Mam- - J. Mr. Robert Long has been visiting Jr., motcred to Cynthiana Saturday relatives in Richmond the past week. moth Cave Saturday morning. and were the guestsof MissTheo Riggs Mrs. W. U. Penny, of Danville, has Several from this place attended the been here visiting his mother, Mrs. they returned home Sunday afternoon. Ringling Hros show at Richmond Fri- Penny Auctioneer John R. Dinwiddie recent-lday. I sold out his store and his home to a Mr. and Mrs. E. It. Hutchings left Mrs. II. M. Kurtz sold to Mr. J. F. last week for their new home in Scott Mr. Lewis, of Casey county. Col. Dinwiddie will probably move to this city, Adams thirteen head of cattle at 7c per county. where he will be given a hearty pound. ' Sam fisher and Fred Metcalfe, of Miss Lcota Ray spent the last part Danville, were here Sunday with j Cora Roop in friends. Editor E. C. Walton, who recently of the week with Miss Cartersville. Miss Emily Murphy was the guest ''""K1'' '' Iiichmond register at Rich- mono, wbs nere Sunday. Air. Walton Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Grow and family of her aunt. Mrs. GeorL'e K. Dellorde issued his first edition of the Register motored to Nicholnsvillo visiting- rel- last week. Thursday and sure did have n good atives there Sunday. Mrs. S. A. Keith, of Maysville, is looking paper. the guests of her father, N. W. Fowl Misses Uarbara Gullev and Minnta J. H. Sarlain purchased lajt week a and family. Pearl Iircwn wero the gucets of Misp Mrs, Cal Nevius nnd children have tho Mahonev nrnnfrK. nn nn..m.. Ila Hill Sunday night. beee the guests of Mrs. A. H. liastin avenue from Mrs. August Ilalbacii and Mr. and Mrs. Walker Hradshaw and Mis Virginia Mahoney. Mr. Sartain family were visitors of Sir. and Mr. at Lanc.isier. will move to this property. The price Mr. lien hpnlmng, or Lebanon, has though private, T. O. Hill nnd family Sunday. is said to be n good one. & returned home after n visit to Mr. am! Mr. and Mrs. Otto Simpson and little Mrs. Iiailey Hill. Mr. ami Mrs J. Fox Dudderar were daughter Juunita were guests of Mr. Vt. II. chunks, who has been at called lo Franklin, Ind , last week on and Mrs. Louis Noel Sunday. , Columbus, Ga., for n month or more account of the death of her Mr. Thomas Plumrner. Mr. Dude Mrs. E. P. Grow and daughters has returned home. derar returned Sunday, but Mrs. Dud vine, and Misses Roberta and Dr. Jones, of Middlesboro has moved and Margaret Ray and Marv Leu Kurtz into the house vacated by Mrs. Woods, derar will remain and visit relatives for several weeks, were guests of Mrs. Kemp Walker and on Danville avenue. family Friday. Mr. J. W. West, who recently sold Miss Lucy Spoonamore, of near Hubble, was the guest of Mrs. George bis home near town to George W. Car- ter.bought a farm of n Mr. Archer, F. DeUorde Saturday. BUCKEYE near Point Lcavel!, Garrard count v. Mr. and Mrs. Logan McCall spent It is with much regret that this Rono Fast sold to Jess Hill two Sunday at Maretburg with ids father. community gives up Mr. and Mrs. Jop McCall and family. calves nt $25 each. West, but hope Unit they will be Mrs. J. T. Carson and baby have re- pleasantly situated in their new home. Hiram Ray sold to Vic Lar 10 head turned here after a v i c i t to relatives of cattle at G.39 per hundred. Amos Williams, n negro, who have and friends at Knoxville. his homo as somewhere in tho South, Gulley bought of Robert Houston it. Paxton was the guest of was nrrested by Q. & C. Mrs. J. detectives J. GuUey n pair of muloa for $260 her mother, Mrs. Jane Uolmwon, in E. Wall in and Sam Morrow larly Mr. and Mis. A. C. Mile were in, Lancaster Saturday and Sunday. & 1)1 VWU lllul ItlllPOil It, leil Lexington the first of the wek. Mrs. Lee Rupley lias returned home clurne of endeavor iiii.' to wreck trjin. O Mrs. Hugh Miller of Fayetttvillo Ar- after u visit lo tier parents, Mr. and A largo log was found across the track kansas is visiting Dr. and Mrs. G. M. Mr. William Robinson at IVirryvllle. near Wayiiotburg and suspicion pointed ... nil. Hendren. Mr. Wallace Waller has returned In 4l.l nrii, i..l.n .. ...... nil'., nn, niiiiiiKu I inai fl Ho waived Ins examining Long bought of llronson home from i.ear .Somerset, where she community. Robert Locker and Ambrose Adams 2 mule lias been visiting for several weeks. trial and was held over to await the ac-Hon of the grand jury under $2&U bond, colu at ISC per head. Mis Lissa HelUcluw, who i touch- ' which he was not able to give. Mr. and Mrs. Houston Gulley urn sun ing music at Richmond, spent several Defiuty Sheriff Roscoo Ilrice, jailer attended the Ringling llrothera days with home folks Irst Week, near Frank Tom lirown. of Casoy, and Town MarHubble. Show at Richmond Friday. C. II. C'urter has rented tho Van- - shall Sam Raines, of Lilerty, wero Mr. Morris Calico of Nicholasvill lias been visiting hi daughter Mrs. Deveer property on East Main street held over to the grand jury by Judgo i Ebb Moberly and other relatives hare. and h and hi family will move to it James P. llailey, on assault and battery i charges prefered by Grover Caldwell, Rev. D. F. Sebaatln of Georgetown the first of the month. an Adair eounty youth. The bonds of filled his regular upxIntmwit at tlw News ha Iwen received here from Hrlctt and Haines wero fixed at $800, IlaptUt church Saturday afternoon and (j,,VM Springs Ga,, that Mies Mary nnd that of Ilrown of 'I60, all of which r surway morning. IvIisaUtli Mehinnuv lias diptheria, but was given The trials wero the cut. Mr. and Mrs. Will Fain, Mr. and not in a very bnd lorm. oamo of Boine troubl which occuned Mrs. Walter Fain and children, Mr. . Mrs. Adelm Woods und Mis Minnie at Morelnnd, and Mrs. Lin Cobb and daughter and Wood hue moved tn tlw proiwrty on Mrs. Mine Ray wre guests of Mr, and Emm: Main streut recently vacated by O Mrs. Abe llurton Sunday. T. D. Ranuy und fumlly. Ray, NoraTeatcr, Selling Automodilcs Mesdarnes Herman Dave Thomas, who has been ill for and Robert Long and children, Mr. Roy A MARVCU0U5 BUSINESS about nine weeks with typhoid fever, Sander and family, Mr, and Mrs. is not able to lit up yet, but is thought Hubert Carter, Misses Sallie Lou imtiiTHi Incut dims rbiwKCustirUiuM fUUt tquifflO. lo rsiCIO, C0K5KICU Cot. Teater, Ethel Ray and Smille Hill were that he is improving slowly, Not CuiHio.BuiPsoviiirlisir. L. F. Carpenter, of Philadelphia. Pa., in Richmond Friday for the Ringling joined his wife and son, Jack, who are tin AeimtWiinia. wncPOeiMW.oiw Ilrotbers Show, y I brother-in-law- coriesiondent just re turned from the battle fields in Europe and who has seen at short range all the horrors of war urges that the peopls of this country keep Wilson on guard that he may continue to keep the L'mted He has States in peace with honor. seen the many attempts of the allies to have this country engage in war with the Germans and of the Germans to have us declare war on the allies andi the various attempts of Germany to provoke us to war and has gloried in j the masterly and courageous manner in which the president has met every crisis, without involving us in the conflict raging nearly all over the worlJ and knows that while most of the na-- . tions now nt war hate us they arc com pelted to respect and do respect O'ej man who has carried every point and . This alone kept the country in peace. if there were not thousands of other reasons should insure Mr. Wilson's re election. Let all patriotic peace loving men rally to his support. A noted wai I will sell to the highest and best bidder one of my residences located on Richmond street, The picture of which is shown above. This property is located in one of Lancasters most popular resident districts. The lot is 84 feet front by 250 feet deep and is one of the best in the town. The house is strictly modern in every respect, has water, electric lights and bath. The construction of this dwelling is absolutely first class having been built by my father and only first-clas- s material used. d TERMS of sale will be cash on January 1st, 1917 when deed will be made and possession given. Notes bearing 6 per cent interest and payable in one and two years will be taken for the balance. Those desiring to look at this property before the sale will be shown upon request. Sale will take place on public square. one-thir- I JAS. W. SMITH. LANCASTER, KY. 9 1 ner Ms DON'T put off doing your fall cement 9 9 9 o e a 9 satisfactory and may be a work until freezing weather, complete failure. The work will not be o e DON'T put off doing your plaster work any later as cement and plaster DON'T put off fall building until days get short and cold, nicking labor DON'T delay sowing arc similar. difficult. wheat later than October 15th, unless the ground is very dry. When you sow use chemical fertilizer to push growth and cover ground to protect young and tender plant roots. Q 1 MM ai DON'T i fail to sow plenty of grass seed with wheat that a stand may be assured. You must inquire into the value of Orchard grass it is wonderful for grazing and sale of seed. repairing grates or putting in new ones until cold weather is here. 9 O Q . 111 DON'T delay DON'T j ' o fail to examine your chimneys and flues and give them needed attention as your house may thus be saved from fire. using tankage and shorts In feeding your fattening hogs. It poya big. m DON'T delay DON'T allow that leuky roof to stand longer. We have the cure for all these ills, Call and see us. 0 0 TT JlaiBjM i ervey OS Paint Lick, woods Kentucky M The Central Record, Thursday Oct 12, 1916 40 Boys and Girls From Odd Fellows Home, Lexington, Kentucky, BRASS BAND OF MUSIC, GRAND 25 CONCERT 14 PIECES. AND GIRLS ORCHESTRA OF SONGS. AN ENTERTAINMENT PIECES. BOTH E. O. KIDD, Director. YOUNG The Greatest Demonstration of Children's Work ever given in this City. Come and see what the Odd Fellows are doing for the Children at their Home. RECITATIONS FOR AND OLD. These Children will present a program of exceptional merit and interest, one that has attracted the attention of the whole State. illustration of bringing out the best in Children. An educational object lesson and concrete ADMISSION 15 AND 25 CENTS. p. m. School L. &N Train Schedule At Auditorium, ' Lancaster, Kentucky, FRIDAY, 06TOB6R 13th at 8 scalp Sundav of the latters sitter, Mrs. T. A. Green. Mr and Mrs Leslie Wvtic entertained Rev. Hunter of Somerset arrived The Sunday School hero reached 172 Sunday. here Monday to begin n protracted a number of friends at an elaborate V. dinner Sunday, complimentary to Miss Mr. anil Mrs, Win Onstolt and niece meeting with the pastor. Itev. J. Mahan, He comes highly recommend j Ituy of Buckeye. j Zelda were in Danville Friday. ed and a successful meeting it expected. Mrs J. II. Hamilton who has been in Mr. Solomon Childcrs ot Ilrynntsville , The school teacher at Mason, who Crab Orchard under special care of Dr is with his niece Mrs. J. II. Dan. had recently been teaching the class on iximiston is at Home very mucn im Mr. ond Mrs. Kd Nsylor were guests good health, and the subject for dis- proved in health. Sunday of their sunt Mrs. E. F. Scott. cussion was the ear. After a detailed Mitscs Leota Ray of lluckeve, La Mr. Karl Grow bought of Mr. F. Fu- explanation she asked the question, venia Montgomery of llryantsville nnd a polund china gilt price "Now how would you look without the Mrs J. II. Hamilton were pleasant lgent f Marcellus I IB. outer part of tho ear, just a little hole guesti of Miss Corn C. Roop Saturday Mr. Win Onstott sold to Mr. Richard inhehead."A bright little Loy of Colli) of Hoy It a bunch of cattle at 7 c the class answered "just like a chicken" LOWELL Mt Hebron. den jerk, leaving her nuse considerably skinned. and tancisttr, kj Aintivi:. To Maysville, c:victin at with 1. A N to Frankfort & Kichmon l.ouiwllr. No 71: M n. m. To Rowland St Stanford ronnrctinK at Rowlnnd. I, & N to nil point South No 2S; 11:01 n. m. To Richmond, connecting with I, N to Irvine & lleatlyville. ton Si Cinrinnati. Middlcahorn & Knoxvillc. No 70; 110 n. m. To Itichtnontl, connecting with fmi train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:0i p. m. To Ixiuisvillc. connecting at Junction to Kliiahethtnwn & Howling Grt-cn- , and nt llardstnwn Junction to i i I , Hint seal, with nil It means to the public, mirfht well be put on every tattle that contains Ilanlatown Si Springfield. with fait No 9; 8:12 p. m. To Stanford, connecting train to llriitol & Atlanta. No other remedy ever offered the American people has more friends after two generations of success; no other remedy is moreff nrrally used In the homes of the people; no other has teen so enthusiastically endorsed by the thousands. The rt.ton Is found In real merit. Tor or coufhp, cuJdc, catarrh. blh.r ratrmle. aa4 (ocrsld.UUiv foltowiBSanr oltha ftbwT I'.ruaswIllrMfoumitlTmivc. rrliabl BBtS aaf. Tor Irnfular appetite. Impairtlijlttoaa&4rua-aow&frilfIt U aa loraiuatlf toaic PERUNA Penina may be obtained In tablet form for convenience. TV. Pima CaiM'T. bhakai, OLU 1REACHERSVILLE Mr. Walter I'ettus, of Hubble, visited his mother here Sunday. per lb. received Mr. Ernest Monfgomcry from Fontanelle Iowa a nice Hampshire hog pri-- e 133 2,'.. Mrs, Irvire lilakeman and childrcnof Polly's Ilend are with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Wm Duncan. Mr A 0. Montgomery delivered to I Henry Itublc of fluena Vista a bunch of fat hogs, at 9 cts per lb. Mrs. J as. Stone who has been sick for some months was able to be at church Saturday evening. Mimes Ida May Tracy and Maud Clark of Judson were guests Saturday night of Mr. Lee Tracy and wife. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Grow wer-- t at Danville Saturday to see her sister Miss Jennie Itogers who remains quite ill. Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Itay and Mr. and Mrs. Alex Miles of Buckeye were hern for preaching Sunday and were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Curtis Famous Wash Heals Skin P. P. P., the jrrratest ef skin rcmedlcr, still rrmoTe tbo-t- n un.tRhtly and troublesome skin afflictions that nitre made your Thst Intolerable Itehlne, life a burden. tximlnc and dLcomfort M1 disappear under the magic Influence ct this remedy. It hat cured many casea pronounced Incurable and will reach your rase. It will take Just a few moments to atet In and ssk us In the way wbat our experience hss We want you to of aatlsfled customers. Eire It. I. P. a trial. S5c. r.Oc and tl.OO. Your money back unleaa tho flrat bottla relleres jou. It. I). I). Soap keeps roar sUa bcaltby. Ask us about It Mrs Forest Centers was the guest of Mrs Joe Boain, Monday. Mrs. Jim Uutner has been sick list for Beverul days. on the A large number from here attended the circus in Richmond last Friday. Mrs. Charles Harvey was the guest of friends in Richmond last Friday. Morris Green sold three head of cat tle to Jack Davii for $1)7.50 per head. Mrs Andy Davis spent Sundav with her parents, Mr and Mrs J. W. Anglin. Miss Laretta Coldiron was with her sister Mrs Jim Iiutner for theweek-end- . Eugene, the little son of Mr and Mrs J. II. Davis is very sick at this writing. Mr. Knot Davis was the cuest of Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Lee from Wednesday until friday. Mr and Mrs F. E. Hurte were the pleasant guests of R. F. Parsons and family Sundav. Mr Edgar Asher of Livingston was here on business Wednesday and was the guest of Mr. F. A. Davis. Ifyou could look into a million homes Could you look into one home In every twenty in America and see in all of them a coffee Arbuckles. It is by far the most popular coffee sold in America today I Like the women in these million homes, you will find that Arbuckles' has the rich, full -- DTI Tfc JLFa sassBssssBsaMsH For 15 Year the Stu-Ura- J Skia Rtvcdy R. K. McRnberts. Lancaster. Ky. REPUBLICAN KNOCKERS. f If accidentur sickness SHOULD SUDDENLY STRIKE HOV r.VR IS T1IC DOCTOR I ??? With a telephone In your home he is in the next room. This means promptassistance, relief Drake, s creek. Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Itigsby and famfrom pain, life saved. Arc in the you going to let another ily are domiciled Hall. lower story of the old Masonic day go by without a teleItcv. Thomas Owens, of Drake's phone in your home? creek attended church here Sunday to Why takes chances? hear Itev. J. W. Ileagle. Mr. Harry Miller had abadly sprained The cost is trifling the ankle. He hurt it while chasing out service to the hogs which were at large in the Drop n card today to corn Held. I I of Sunday. Horry Anderson,-Lancaster, were here Sunday attending Miss Msry ileasley and Pupils will church. give a Pie Supper at Sunnyside school Mr. and Mrs. John Spoonsmore has house Oct Utn for the purpose of buys moved to the old Shank's place on ing a bookcase and getting some Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Meridith and daughter Mrs. Hudson, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress and family Frank Gsmmnus and son Eugenie of Visited relatives in Hockastlc last week. Satvisa attended preaching at this place Mr. and Mrs. , for the library. The series of meetings at this place conjucted by Hev. J. M. Mahan Pastor and Itev. J. I. Wills of Ueatyville will continue through this week. One addition up to this time. They Let Him Sleep Soundly you-pricelcs- s., Chas. W. Fairbanks. Hughes' has opened his mouth to say that the Democratic party ij a great kicking party, a statement that now at least is not supported bv facts. The Democratic party is now pointing with pride, the Republicans are not only doing the kicking, but knocking like Mrs. Wm Ilurte, Jr. who has been loons. And well they do. It is all ill with typhoid fever for the past three that is left to them since the Dem- weeks, is improving slowly. ocrats have every good thing to their Miss Julia Johnson, has returned to credit. her home in Williamsburg after spending a month witli her aunt. Mrs T. P. NINA King. Quite a number attended the circus Mr Robert Meadows returned to his at Richmond Fliday. home in Lancaster Saturday after a Mr Joe Kelley has been visiting his few days stay with his brother and family. aunt, Mrs Maurice Itoss. Mrs Lena Brown and Master Earl Miss Nannie Lee Logan is visiting Maurice and Miss Emma Kinnard were her sister, Mrs Theo Cotton. visitors in Richmond Friday and SatMisses Ida and Myrtle Morgan being served that is good enough to make breakfast as happy as this If you saw all these homes using the same coffee You would never rest until you had tried that coffee. Your grocer has it for you To supply th flavor you have always wanted. Until you serve it you will never know how much pleasure coffee can give. woman of Amtrlca with their favorite coffee, ships of Arbuckles' Coffee are. on the day, bringing cofiea from tha coffee growing sa tvary coun-tri- ts to their big plant on tha Naw York waterfront,' Diaw A Check were recent guests of Mr and Mrs Clyde urday. Morgan. Mr. nnd Mrs. II. I, Illankemhip-a- mi BASTIN TELEPHONE COMPANY and have a representative call and tell you how little it costs to have a telephone in your house. little son, Jcfso Paul, vi.ited her gram). mother, Mrs. Thomas Ward in Laurel county last week. I Protracted services began at the llaptiit church last Sunday morning conducted by the pastor, J. W. Ileagle formerly of Lancaster. I j Western Electric Telephones guarantee Everybody is glad that Itev. .1. M. Robinson whs returned to this charge by the M. K. conference which recently convened in Nichula-vill- e. joii best serviced Little Miiis Hlizn Anderson Cummins has luen visiting the families of Mr. and Mrs. I J. Holtzclaw at Lancaster r.lsht." and Mr. and Mrs. A J. Thompson near Danville. "Since taklntr Foley Kidney fills I believe 1 am entirely cured anil I sleep soundly all night." II. T. Ktraynce. nils) Take two of 1'ole" r each with a class of pure w !c and meal and at bedtime. easy wuy to put a stop i ,ir get tint; up time after tlmo the uipliL I'nley Kidney rills alio stop pain In back and sides, lieadachcs, stomach troubles, disturbed heart action, stiff and achlnir Jc'rta, and rheumatla pains due to kidney and bluddcr ailments. flalnrsvllle. Co IL It. No. 3. Mr. II. T. tUraynKo raysi Tor ten years I ve been unable to sleep all nlcht without xcttlnK tin. Sometimes only a few minutes after Kolmr to bed I'd I. are to lift up, nnd 1 tried everything I heard ef for the trouble. Last year 1 tried l'oley Kidney Tills nnd after taking ono boltlo I lellevu 1 am entirely cured and I Bleep soundly all Sold Everywhere. Miss Knima Sowers spent the week end with her Bister, Mrs Will Rhodes of Madison. Mrs. Sam Hall and son William of Misses Ethel Mao Davis, Abbio King unit Julia Johnson and Messrs Tom und Job Mnrsee motored to Richmond on last Thursday evening and attended the picture show. for the money you ov.e nnd note how much more respectfully your creditors re gard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at Garrard Bank & the Trust Go. near Lancaster, spent Saturday night with Mr and Mrs Morris Itoss. Mr and Mrs Curl Pruitl and chlldicn, Willie and Anna May, spent Saturday with Mi and Mrs W. T. Watson. Reverends Murgun ur.d Hall who are conducting a series of m.etings at Bethel spent a part of last week with Messrs Creech mi l Watson. Mr Joe Wheeler and sister. Miss Jen nie, returned Thursday from Cincinnati where they enjoyed a pleasant visit with their sister, Mrs Conn Urndfuid. Mr and Mrs Frank Humeandchildren, Mrs Sum Hall, Mr Wm Hall. Mr and Mrs Alsurice Ross, Mr and Mrs Davu Kelley and Miss Mary llurr spent Sunday at the home of Mr and Mrs Henry Hume, HUSBAND RESCUED They know he is doing business in a business like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company DC DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Years of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Husband Up in Despair. Came to Rescue. Catron, Ky. In an Interesting letter Irom this place, Mrs. llettie Uullock writes as follows: "I suffered for four years, with womanly troubles, and during this time, I could only sit up for a littlo while, and could not walk anywhere al all. At times, I would have severe pains in my left side. The doctor was called in, and his treatment relieved me for a while, but I was soon confined to my bed again. After that, nothing seemed to do me any good. I had gotten so weak I could not stand, and I gave up In despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle ol Cardul, the woman's tonic, and 1 commenced taking It. From the very first dose, I could tell it was helping me. I can now walk two miles without its tiring me, and am doing my work." II you are all run down from womanly troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardul, the woman's tonic. It has helped more than a million women, in its X years ol wonderful success, and should surely help you, too. Vour druggist has sold Cardui lor years. He knows what it will do. Ask him. He wilt recommend it. Begin taking Cardui today. Aavltory (P A Message of Hope to the Sick and Afflicted. Mrs. J. II Hutchins and little AIARKSBURY daughter Elsie, of Sopus, visited Mrs. Kvan Foley while her husband. Prof. The undersigned hereby (pve warn-In- n Mark Dogio sold one lotof to all persona not to trespass upon J. II. Hutchins was attending Institute at $7.75 per cwt. our lands for any purpose whatever as at Stanford. Mrs Frank Higgins is visiting her we will prosecute all offenders to t Mr. and Mrs. Sebastin, of McCreary, grandfather, Mr Sams of Richmond. extent of law. Hunters and. uccompained by their pretty little Iva Poynter bought a milk cow from daughter, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fishermen especially take notice. 11 Trice Ed & N it. L. Klkin Mason Holticlaw and Mr. and Mrs. Wm Wanks for $50, also sold one for $55. Mrs. ltebecca J. West. Hen Holtzclaw. W. It. Cook. James G. Conn, Mrs Kdmond Sutton was hostess at II. C. Arnold. Mr. Hubert Jordan and sister Miss J. I, Illand. J. C. Morgan, Lucy MHUr. of Pineville, visited Mr. dinner Sunday in honor of Miss Hay ne West of Lexington. Long Ilros J. II. and V. S. Weaver and Mrs. W. K. Jordan while Itev. W. T. West, J. Iloolli Sutton. Mr and Mrs Anderson of Stanford Robert Jordan was at the conference W. L Lawson and son. Howard King, have been visiting her sisteir, Mesdam-e- s at Nicholas villo last week. Iloulden, Itigsby. Miss Carrie J. II. .1, L. and Hen Dunn, II. 1. Illankenship, the leading bee John Itichardson, J. C. Itigsby, Mr and Mrs Tom Itay and Mr and man of this section, is ever widening A. C. Miles, J. II. Woods. Mrs Win. Ray were guests of Mr John Jno, M. Farra. and increasing I he circle of his friends Koyston and family Saturday, J. II. Thompson, 11. 1,. Kcllv. David Steven. and customers through the sale of his Mesdnmes Mary Floyd and Hen LesS. C. Itigsby. celebrated honey. This season he has Frank Thompson. I). M. Anderson. J, II. Thompson. sold honey from Maine to Arkansas ter of Danville spent Tuesday with Misses Minnie and llettie Royston, Davis Sutton Am and Ed liourn,e. and from Toledo on the north to 11 Orrin, the son of Mr and Mrs Lvnn on the south. His honey Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar where Clark was choked 2 hours on a cloak T. II. Thompson. W. II. Cummins. hss won at all the fairs Jerry Bland. Wm. Lear, shown this year with only one excep- weight, and waa ill a few days from tion. Customers have shown It in their the effects of It. W. S. Ferguson. We will add other names for 25 cent own name and won blue ties against all Little Christine Uurdette fell from a opposition. cash. when the horse gave a sud ful-lisbuck-boar- POSTED Did You Ever Read Your Bible? Were You Ever sick? Are You Sick? Disease is UNNATURAL, while God intended all people to be healthy und vigorous, to live to an uveragx of 70 years. Tho average death rate in America is about Thirty-Fiv- e years. The reason Because people are Retting farther and farther away from NATURE and Cods Laws, the use poison, dope, manufactured drugs, animal filth and minerals for medicine and undergo unnecessary surgical operations instead of using Gods medicines, Roots and Herbs. I, Dakota Jack, The Cowboy Herbalist, of Louisville, Ky., do hereby solemnly affirm that I believe there is a cure, safe sure, speedy, in the vegetable Kingdom. I have demonstrated this to my entire satisfaution, to the satisfaction of thousands of people in this State, by the wonderful, almost miraculous cures and the I prepare COM CEL-SAmade by Hoots and Herbs. genuine CHEYENNE INDIAN REMEDIES KIIOM HOOTS and HEItUS, medicines used by the Indians and out forefathers to cure disease. ALL PEOPLE can buy throUKh There will be a pie supper at Nina school house, Saturday night Oct. 14. The proceeds to go for the benetlt of school. Come hungry for we will have plenty of pies and home made candy. A box of candy and fruit will be given to tho young lady whose pie sells high- est Hamilton Valley. Miss Nannie llentlv spent Thursday night with Miss Annie llawlei . Mr and Mrs James Holnian were guests Sundav of Mr and Mrs II. Todd, Miss Leota Itay of Uuckeye is the charming guest of friends at Carters-villMiss Carter of Oklahoma i ant guest of her cousin. Miss Carter. Misses Kate Holtzclaw and were visitors Saturday STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. e. the pleasMyrtle G, the powerful our Kreat Root and Herb remedy TONIC remedy for the stomach, liver, kidneys, bowels, bladder and blood. Three boxes for J1.00, I,J;Hlly Guaranteed to satisfy you or money refunded. SCIENCE SOl'B, for human skin only, a pure vegetable oil soap costs 10c a bar, 3 bars for 26cts. DAKOTA JACK'S Cowboy Liniment for rheumatic pains, neuralgia, lumbatro, cuts, burns, sprains, lyneness and soreness is On sale also at Stormes Drui; Store, at 25c and Wc a bottls. book. n Srutrufiant on our est an4 Eva night and TraaUMel for Wum," aaal la aula rtwr, H'n'U fu! Ch'iuaooia MeJUnt Co., Dept.. Clultanuuta, lenn., fur Social M-Hang UsVa I'l'. Dakoto Jack-Whlte-Mo- on 3720 31 West Broadway, LOUISVILLE, KY. I Remedy Co. li iC " " The Central Record, Thursday Oct 12, COHEN WELL PLEASED 1916. CHAMPION ROADSTER You Men who enjoy handsome style fects and perfect fit, who ef- ex- pect correct appearance as well as comfort wear The Florsheim Shoe and you'll get the best. Florsheim style has snap and character; assures long service with ease from the start you get all round satisfaction when you wear Florsheims. This Is ihe store for The Man Who Cares Logan & Anderson Bros tip TheCentral Record incorporated, $1.00 a year. issued Weekly. News Of The Churcues. Prof. E. C. McDouKle, of Ilichmond will preach at the Christian church next J. R.L t. ROBINSON. Editor. OUT THIS SEASON "Onlooker" in writing in the Farmers Will Home Journal has the following Officials Made $10,000 Profit. about a well known horse, owned by W. II, Try To Make Neil Year's Exllurton, of this city; The black stallion, Illcucher, ownl hibition Better. by "Illlly" Hurton, of Lancaster. Ky and exhibited by Powhatan Farms The 191G Kentucky State Fair took along with their stable, was the chamIn a total of $9,010 mora than any other pion roadster Stallion of the season, Kentucky State Fair has ever taken in while Illack Mat, owned by R. W. instead of $5,100 ns was first reported Smart, Sharonville.O,, and exhibeted says the Farmers Home Journal by C. T. Rest, of Paris. Kv., was the These figures are for the gross re best of the geldings. ceipts nf the association. The total profits of the fair this year above all ON THE DOWN GRADE. expenses were $10,000. This Is also much larger sum than any other Ken It seems the further Mr. Hughes goes tucky fair has made in a single season the further he gets Iron, the White Practically every department of the House. His speeches, have been eivas-- , State Fair was Improved this year and Ive, fault finding and totally without to such an extent that large crowds constructive Ideas. If he has an issue attended every day. Many business or a fixed program he has failed to take men predicted that this year would be the peoplo into his confidence. Ho the best financially, during the history straddles when It would he easier to be of the association and their predictions straightforward and Instead of mak'ing have come of a canvass worthy cf the high office he true. Commissioner Agriculture Mat S. Cohen, member in seeks he adopts the tactics of a candi charge of the State Fair, is well pleased date for constable. Owned by conflict with the outcome but savs that he is ing interests and fearful of effanding not contented. He hopes to build the any of them, ho has had to keep cn Kentucky State Fair up to n point that narrow strip of land between the where it will be equal if not better devil and the sea. Perhaps he is doing than any State Fair in the Union. He the best hecanundcrthecircumstances, believes it can be done and his elforts but it duel look like he has been weigh will be directed toward that end. ed in the balances and found wanting. Let him, therefore, anathemmaranatha. Vote to keep the matchless Wilson on HOW DO YOU DO. guard. One of the most pathetic instances of what the members of the G. O. P. will $700 TO THE GOOD. do to get back into power was pulled A meeting of the Stanford K. of P.'s off at New YorV the other night when will be held on Thursday night, Oct, good natured William II. Taft was in 19th, at which final action will betaken duced to shake hands with the man who upon the question of having a fair next has so dispitefully used him and who year. The matter was reopened at the for four years rr more has declined to regular lodge meeting Thursday night. He have anything to do with him. and it was decided to canvass carefully took the treacherous hand of Col. the sentiment of the lodge members Rooievelt and murmured a gentle "How and settle the question at the time you do?" to show a reunited party. do slated. It is understood that Eel Ilal-- j but it was a severe effort even lor lard has agreed to lease the fair f "Laughing Hill." grounds to the lodge for another fair if i He knows that Teddy is not sincere they desire to hold it. Final r?Krts and is ready at any time to insert the from this year's fair show that the dagger between his short ribs when lodge cleared something like $700 from ever occasion offers. The spectacular the exhibition, a splendid showing al incident so carefully staged and so concede when it is considered that the ' pathetically rendered will not fool first dav was rainy and many people. ;It only proves how down to the minimum --the crowd kept Stanford Jour great is the extremity of the Republi- nal cans to work up such a scene. WITH STATE FAIR Tanlac, Sweeps And The Over Great Nation, New Medicine Merit It Wins Multitudes Younger"-P- ut Give Praise, "Made Me Me Back on The Payroll" "Gave Me New Life" In The Thousands of Endorsements Given Master Medicine. ' This is Tnnlnc Week. More than seven million live liiitulriil tliimsniiil Imttlts of Tanlac lunc Ixtii sold in the Unitnl Stntes in the two years since the rat bottle whs solil. Thnt fnct nlone isstillieient e.xpliinntinn why Tutilnr Week should now be relelirnted in cities throughout the Unitctl Stntes. The tremendous mid uiiprecctlented smi ths of Tnnlnc could nut hiivo been achieved without true merit The 8,000 druggists who ate liivini! Tnnlnc their reneweel endorse-tnent- s by special disilns this week knowinj; that they have behind them the uniiualilied endorsement of Tanlac by millions of satisfied cuMnmcrs No other medicine has ever had the snme success that Tanlac has won ns a tonic, npjictizer. nnd revitalizcr. Its fame was instantaneous and it spread through the country until today it is known everywhere ns The Muster Medicine 11 ' ' True Worth Explains Success. Tiinlne's success is easily explained true worth. The tens of thousands of men and women 'aIio have endorsed it praise it because they nre grateful for the relief Tanlac has given them. To suffer from sleeplessness, indigestion, nervousness, rheumatism. Udcliing and bloating from gas; dizziness nnd biliousness; kidney and liver troubles, pains in the stomach, the back and the head for years, nnd then to fjet relief through a tonic thnt is pleasant to take, tfentle and t!rntlunl in its results, renewing the appetite, aiding assimilation, nnd restoring health, vigor, ambition and strcnjlth. is enough to make people fjrnteful. Tens of thousands of people have said that Tanlac is The Master Medicine. Tanlac Week therefore means somethind to them. Sunday. KLKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. Eld. F. M. Tinder is in Campbellsville Catered at tbe l'oit Office lu Lancatter. Ky., conducting a meeting for V. G. MontSecond-ClaMall Matter gomery in their new church building Member ELECTION OFFICIERS NAMED VISITING NURSE SERVICE Of The Kentucky Tuberculosis Commission ' I Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., October 12, 1916 Rates For Political Announcements . . .$ B.OO 10.00 ''or County OfTices tor State and District Offices. . . . 15.00 .10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line .10 Obituaries, per line .05 For Precinct and Citv Offices At a meeting of the election commissioners held September 25th., the recently dedicated following members being present, R. Hev. Frank Tinder will preach at II. Batson, James Clark and Sheriff, G. T. Iiallard, Jr., election officers for Fairview next Sunday. the various precincts of the county Rev. II. G. Price of Cincinnati,- - Ohio were named. Court House Precinct 1 who was born and reared here, will T. M. Arnold and W. II. Moss. Sr. visit Lancaster and preach at the Methodist church next Sunday, He Judges, J. M, Duncan, Sheriff, J. M. has been active in Sunday School and Farra, Clerk. East Park Precinct 2 Epworth League convention work. and Rastin. was a prominent speaker in the C. E. W. H. Itrown and H. V. conventions at Nashville, the Epworth Judges, L. E. Ford. Sheriff. H. K. league conventions at Chatanooga, Herndon, Clerk. West Park Precinct 3 New Orleans, Denver and Atlanta, and at the following Conferences: Western Henry Simpson and Crnnley Itroadus, North Carolina, Kentucky, North Ala- Judge, James Clark, Sheriff, John Gill bama ami lliloxi. Everv-bodinvited Kinnaird, Clerk. Vest Hryantsville Precinct to hear Mr. Price. K. D. Palmeter, Henry Rubles and R. M. Moss. Judges. Pastor, Methodist Church. W. II. Halcomb, Sheriff, G. A. Row1 From the time of its organization, in the Spring of 1913, the Kentucky Tub-- ! Democratic Ticket. ling, Clerk BAPTISH CHURCH With REVIVAL Good Audi- East Urvantsville I'recjnct II. F. Robinson and C Slatted Tuesday Night 2$ For President WOODHOW WILSON, of New Jersey. Norman Judges, Virgil Scott, Sheriff, Iiallard. Clerk. Grow, J. II. Itev, Smvlie comes high- Clerk. nomination. ly recommended from the different Paint Lick Precinct 8 churches and cities where h has held E. L. woods and C. I!. Led fori), Judges. e, uccessful meetings, having closed one George Rogers, Sheriff, R. W. y at Ucrea last week with u number of Clerk. additions, Unio.i Precinct t) FOR CONGRESS. WooJs Walker and Joe E. Hammond, Judges, Eh Scott, Sheriff, E. E. HARVEY HELM.ot STANFORD, Kv Clerk. nosis, Ibis move, shows tiie physicians We are authorized to announce Mis that the i.urte lies iio desire to uiurp Che:terheiri's Advice, Jennie Higgins a cundidate for County their functions, ar.d uniformly brings K ' 'm like- your wutch, Wear your School Superintendent of Garrard , about the most effective cooperation. ' '.' i : 1d not pull a u priwitc in :iil ' County, subject to the action of th. jt nut iiikI strike ll merely to rttow Oilier cases of tuberculosis , are found I Democratic primary August 1017 by ger.crul inquiry. you have one. Cheterllcld. that Coiiktaiitlv the nureo attends the' Wo are authorized to announce J O. cates of other dmcases; partly for Dent Reared fcr Kuman Food. Ilogie, as a eandidato for the DemoC' lemon, purity In ite'in-- 1 Among the l'hlni'e n p.irtlciiliir kim'-it- s ratic nomination fcr County onstrate the possibilities of general Court dug Is :inl In be reared for Clerk, primary to bo held August I'Jl vioiting nutse rervice, and partly for( h till It Is ii small dog nf.it grey- tind publicity value1, l.i im'l t.apc. with a imiwh' niiK'li more the eslucatimml We are authorized to nrr.cu-c- p 'Ihe most important pail of tin-- ( I m;: .ii' d tlum In terrier, 'lhv llesli Jeptha Onstntt u candidate Itr the of blneli tings Is preferred tu that of nurses utuk iseslueutioiml, Shusiieuks ii Urals of imy either tulor on account before Women's Clul.c, Patent Teachers democratic nomination for County I't-r- t if the greater amount of nutriment AtKrfJciationi), Chuti'litf, Sunday Schoeda Clerk, subject to the action of the pri he Mack dogs tile) supposed to poav and, most important of all in rural and mary. August 1017. hesq, city schools in a systematic maimer. Wo are authorized to announce E. II. Tina essential part of the Com-- , To Keep Plants Troth. Ray as a candidate for the Democratic mission's nun es has reaulttd, in incut There' Is ii simple- - wny" to water cuMiiuiiilice, in the formation of nomination for Assessor of (inrrurl ferns and HmverK ulilc-I- i will bo eif In- - ' Associations having as their object the county, subject to the action of Hie LYON 3, Singer. PItOF A. tere-x- t to eiii who must leave them eniployirent of u visiting nurse perPrimary, August, 1917. He w!l be assisted In liH woik hero fur n time w If bout cure. Take? u willi- manently. Money for Hie work has' by Prof. A. A Ljnns, of Atlanta, a ng tub mid plue'o three ur four bricks been obtained from city and county of note mid a man who h.u tell In It mid put about two Inches of singer MUST HAVE GOOD funds, donations by churches, lodgee, ye ars experience as it leader of song in witter In the tub. Placet the Iluwera iiiul plncei tin; tub and other organisations, individuals, on thes.ii bile-kEvangelistic meeting:, having labored CAUSE TO FIGHT. throughout the South wlti marked sue- -, where, they can get thei limmlug Mill and the tale of Red Crews Cluistinas hlne-- . Seals, and cooperation with the Met. ropolitan Imuranc Company. President Wilson laid at Omaha that ces. Hu solus are sermons within Twenty-riyh- t counties have been organ America U us ready to tight as any na- themselves and can bo heard lit every Not Improbably. aervice. Services every morning at tion, but its cause must be just. A Kcnlle'iuun of it very excitable und ind; (Cine very recently, permanent evening That's the thing. We must not be ten ami everyprobably at seven. The eliiotloiinl nature had I ho uilsfeirlunii nurse are at work in 18 communities. meeting Mill continue for two to loso Ida third wife. Ho took tliu Tho significant things about the work thrown into war to plcaso the gingoes Weeks. iillllctlon very much In heart and lit in Kentucky are that visiting nurses or to make speculation become rcinu-elatiho grave was o iivere'inno that ho Ime been successful in places where The country seems willing tc ' Limited Ambition. falnte'd. Ills friends gathered around litllo or no other social activity has leave It to President Wilson and there Woman (to new chauffeur) ''Do him and were fearful fur his life'. been successfully tried; and that the is every indict lion that he will be ou know huw run a given four more years of power to fhaulTeur "Nei,to ma'am, lawn tuowerl" Among theiii was n (termini who spoke) Cjuntv has been made Ihe unit of IngiUli brokenly. I don't. My Ut xloopesl ilowu keep It out of war with the honor that esMlktitliiii' baa been liliilte'd to cars, anil felt l ho pulse mid operation. of Tuberculias attached to all his dealings with biplanes nut submarlnos."--llostoa looking up Mild: "lie's nil right; he'll Garranl County lous 210. Deaths from Tuberculosis 30, other nations. Globe. I The CbrUtlun Herald, Iiuckeye Precinct C J. M. Amon and Porter Wearren, A series of meetings began at the Judges, V. S. Raines, Sheriff, E. II. Iiaptist church last Tuesday night, con- Ray, Clerk ducted by Itev. J. J. Smylie. of MeriWalker's School house, Precinct 7 dian, Mij., and belonging to the Illuu W. T. Watson and J. II. Posey, Judges Mountain evangelistic force of this de- Sim Wheeler, Sheriff, Noah Ma rt.ee. ences. For Vice President THOMAS It. MARSHALL of Indiana. necessity of having a permanent focus of direction and service in as many j communities as possible in the campaign against all preventable diseases, particularly tuberculosis. The Commission has seen that in small communities, such as are characteristic of Kentucky, it is impossible to establish effective work directed solely toward the prevention of tuberculosis. In the inti mate relations of the life in small cities and large towns, that close relationship of preventable disease's and other social problems it is impossible to dissociate tuberculosis from other social problems. To secure the best work for the least ' money in these Kentucky towns and ' counties, permanent visiting nurse ser-vice is necessary. Accordingly the Commission secured ' field nurses of unusual ability. The Commission sends these nurse to the different towns anil counties in the State where the Woman's Club or same similar organization generally co-owrates with them. On entering a e'ommunity, the nurse first interviews all the physicijn m il asks tu be referred tit all the tuberculosis cas.es unde r his cml: She then examines the death recoids for the last two years or lias a talk with the local undertakers and in this way secures the names and addresses of the lecent-lfatal cases. She then finds n way to obtain an introduction to these' families and w ben the observers any su.picious cases gets them to a phyBicjan for diag 1 Endorsements are Remarkable. Some of the endorsements of Tnnlnc nre remarkable. They (.how that tnkinij Tanlnc was a profitable investment for sick, weak, nervous, men and women -p- rolitnble in more thnn ore way. Some of the praise of Tnnlnc is in phrases thnt are written oer and over. "I feel like n new mnn" - "Tnnlnc has put me back on the payroll" "I never lay olT from my work since I took Tnnlac' "1 do twice ns much work ns I used to" Tanlac has mode mo feel twenty years younger" "I wake up in the morning feeling line now." Many women have written "I have my nnturnl color back since I took I'nnlae" I feel like u girl ngnin" "My neighbors nsk me what I have done to look so, young nnd my answer is Tnnlnc" "I feel like a different woman; my housework is n pleasure since I took Tnnlnc" Those ure some of tlio expressions slucli tens of tliousutxls of men inn) women luivc tisctl, in statements praising Tnnlnc. run-dow- n Tanlac Meets a Need. Prepared from n secret formula purely vegetable and absolutely free from mineral tnint, Tnnlnc has met the need of it gieut recm ittt:clic Ki ic to foil while it ml. sick, sore stomuclis; to promote digestion, nnd assimilation, induce healthy and normal function of the digestive apparatus nnd to build up health nnd strength in u natural way. Throughout the vast world Nature has placed remedies for the healing of the nations. In Tnnlnc the best of them are merged for a sensible;, reliable remedy. In Tnnlnc nature offers t It great natural remedy for the everyday ills from which millions of men and women MilTer. The Ingredients or, medicnl elements which innke Tnnlnc come from far fcpnraled sections cf the globe. It is ns though Nature, planting her gardens in tery zone of the vast world, permitted u an to select the best for compounding into n great remedy. Man has bpared no expense or Inbor to get thesis best ingredients 1 Now A Household Remedy. Roots, herbs nnd barks best suitetl to n gnnt tonic nre used in the making of Tanlac. They nre selected scientifically nnd blended with cure. In order to iiiMite u supply o them for Tnnlac, The Cooper Medicine Company bought Inrge amounts of certain ingredient?1. Ten tons of one ingredient wore bought on one crdur. Tnnluc's success, starting so ipiickly, is lasting. It lum become n lioiirohold remedy and is in two million homes because it i the greut mudirine which Nature offeis from her Imst products. Tonic-t- he Millions of people know this nnd Tanlac therefore is praised everywhere tu The Nntional upbuilder of health nnd sttungth through the btomach. Mood nnd norms. You - Can Buy Tanlac at These IN LANCASTER Ex- clusive Agencies. TANLAC IS BEING R. INTRODUCED E. AT MCROBERTS. Tanlac may be obtained in the nearby cities. Paint l.ick. J, N. Metcalf; Dry. antsville, Decker & Iiallard; Little Hickman, Collier and llruner; lierea, S, II. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug T. Schooliletd; Danville, John S. Wells, Stole; Junction City, Reynolds and 10. McltoberU. and W. C Kvans; Richmond. II. I,. Perry & Son; Lancaster. It. Crab Orchard, l.yne Ilros ; Ilurgln, (I. West, Silver Creek, The Central Record, Thursday Oct 12 1916 AUTUMN STYLE BREEZES THAT FEELING OF GOSSARD CORSETS TO FIT ALL .4 Fall has wafted into this store a goodly company of COATS and SUITS from all the leading manufacturers of the countiy In all the new materials SATISFACTION knowing you got your moneys worth goes with every pair of POPLIN, VALURE. WHIPCORD, BROADCLOTH AND ESROLYNX. There is much pleasure and satisfaction gained by a visit of inspection. SHOES purchased from us. It's true economy to buy our boots and shoes the ones that fit the arch, require no breaking in and fit comfortably. l FIGURES. Vassard A special fitting for each figure, with a model that lends grace and beauty to the form. The One Price Store. The Joseph Mercantile Company, Gossip About People A House of Quality. J. R. Mount & Co., Solicits Your Trade Mrs. W. It. Cook was Lexington Wednesday. a visitor in We curry n full line of llardwaie. Stoves, Saddles, Harness, Implements, Ktr. We iriK)c tn sell you the bent goods tnmle anil at n very small profit For instance why pay ('1 IK) or $70.0(1 fur a Malahlr Range when we will Fisher D. Herring was in Cincinnati this week on business. Mr. W J Romans has returned from a business trip to Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. Sell You as Good a Malable Range for $50. We have Range JL'U.lxj proportion. from We handle the to tM.W. Cook ami Heating Sluves In name Brief Mention of (he Comlngf and Goinji l.yThoie Wt Arc Interfiled In. J. F. Holtzclaw were s, John Deer Wagons and Farming Implements Oliver and Syracuse Plows. visitors in Danville on Sunday. c Mrs. Wm. Currey of Coffeyville Kar-sn.Mr. J. W. Sweeney lias lieen in I,ouis-villis visiting Garrard relatives. on business. The very heat line of Stove and Implements on the innrket. Jut received a car loail of American I'rnre. K W. Morrow has returned from a 'Ihe Rest Woven Wire Fence Made, Karl Ward, of Circiunati, was a vis(live us a call and part of jour trade. staj of several days in Cincinnati. itor here the past week. Mrs, t'ornie Clay, of Kichmond is Mrs. F. I'. Fritble returned last Sat-with Lmicnster relatives. urday from a wreks' stay in Covingtdr. The Siinrt DenI House. Mrs Mattie 1'. Frisbie is the guest of Miss Annie Ilclle Ilallnrd is visiting Mrs W. C. Trice in Danville. her sister. Mrs. Jock Davis at Paint Miss Carrie Miller it at home from Lick. I a visit to Mrs Itiir, In Richmond. Mrs. Sam Hall and eon Willie visited D relatives ut Nina last Saturday and Mrs. J. W. Acev. of Stanford it the Sunday. (jurat ot her mother, Mrs. Win. Hughes Messrs ltowman Grant and Julian Miss Ann Dunn, of Hustonville is the Anderson were visitors in Danville, attractive gnest of Miss Julia Zanone. Saturday. Mrs. Carlton Kikin and t.aby, Kmily I Master George J. Peace of Crab Or ' Anna ,r, LIn,n..n..lu nt il.. chard was the guest of his cousin Mat-ti- e erty. Lee Cox. (Successors to Lnncnster Motor Car Co Miss Ruth Taylor was the week-enMrs. Tom Peace of Crab Orchard was t of Miss I.ucile llallou, of Stan the week-enguest of her sister, Mrs. J. R. MOUNT & CO. 1 r. IBE riri REX GARAGE HAMMACK, I CO. d gu-s- WALTER Manager. ford. Owsley Cox. ED DOURGHERTY, Head Mechanic. Mrs. Will Hays, of Stanford, spent Miss Gladys Marguerite Dumber Friday with Mr. James A. Iieazley and viitcd her little friend Miss Eva Meadfamily. ows Sunday. Miss Minnie Gulley. of Danville, Miss Minnie Drown left Wednesday spent Sunday with ier. sister, Mrs. J. for Louisville to buy her mid winter T. Soer. millinery goods. OILS, GASOLINE ACCESSORIES. last Saturday. I'axton of Stanford spent Miss Eugenia Denny returned Monday (Sunday with her mother, Mrs Jane to her home in Lexington after a two Mrs relatives. Mrs. John Anderson, of Mrs F. D. Gaines and son of DanLexington have Ih'Cii with Lancaster ville were guests of Mrs. C. A. Robin-so- u Mr. and J. II. Robinson. weeks visit to Mrs. K. L. Owsley. I mil U LI V Stanford Street. One Block from Public Square. Ynnr Jg. V I- - I Tja trnnacrp SsnliritpH WW V W. V. VI A. A fc A. WW W DEE rllE Gold Meda The best on the market and our prices are right. Mrs. N, J. Scriver, of Cynthiana, Mr. und Mrs.T. M. Howard are re- -' ' is the guest of her neice, Mrs. J. W. juicing over the arrival of a fine boy Sweeney. arrived to brighten their home on the t Mr ami MrS S. N. Davis and Miss tenth. Davis motored to Danville, Sun-- 1 i Mary Mrs. James Catewood returned Monday nf ternoon. day to her home in Shelbyville Indiana, ! Mr. and Mrs. Lewis mid Mr. and after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Will Mrs. Morgan are making a protracted Lackey. stay in Oklahoma. Mrs. Mullinger who is nursing Mrr. Hon. Win. Kay anil Mrs. ICav were Ann Robinson, was called to Paris this guests at a bountiful dinner at the week by the illness of her sen, Mr. home of Mr. John Royston. Jesse Mullinger. Miss Rubv Smith and littlo Miss Miss Polly Key nolds and cousin. Miss Ruby Mae Smith, of Hercn have been r t.l . l JUiin II ivejnuiiii, unu .nr. l,eauv II lie' visiting Mrs. Cluster I.ewis. noUN are in Crab Orchard, the guests Little Miss I.ucile Davis came down of Mrx. .1. ('. Hays. from I'aint Lick with Miss May Powell Klder and Mrs. 11. C. Garrison and and spent Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mr'. Robert Salter of Danville wossrs iieo, Mnun, jr.. aim J. .' were here one day tho past week for Anderson nre in Louisville this week revival at the Christian church. for the Odd Fellows contention. of Dr. and Mrs. J. M. StaughtDii, Lider Walker and Mr. Clnreiu-- o Tute Covington, motored into our city last ol Stanford were hero lust Thursday Saturday and are guests of Mr. and fur (he lewval at the Christian Church Mrs. II. Cluv Sutton, on Lexington Mrs. Francis (icodmaii and Mits road. lleithu Moore, of Welcl.btlrgare guests Mr. John M. Mount leaves Saturday of their brother. Mr. Henry Moore and for his pew home in Atlanta, Mrs. fumll. uml lit'le son. Jack, remaining i Mount Mr. in il Mr.-- . I.. (!. Davkl.on enter j fur a few weeks with Mr. ur.d Mrs. J. Dr. (.'. S, llrookd and l'rof. ' R. Mount. tiiinetl Warner' at an elaborate dinner on last is Mr. Gliieii. of l.exli-gtin- , FrlilllJ . the KtU'St of Mr. .Stfrlintf llerron. Miss Maine Wtiux, of Stanford. iun Tlwy will leave Saturday for Cleveland been .siting Mr. Joe Niviti prior to Ohio, where ihey have accepted kooU their departuie for their new home in p ltioim. NiclioluKviilc. Misa MarKuerite Hurt whu lias been Dr J. M, HtiiUghton ami Mm, k-of Uphoid fever has about reStaughton, of Covington, nre visiting IUr nurse, Mi&a Hllxabeth Meedames II. A. II. Murkibury and covered. Mimdck having returned to her home II. Clay Sutton. in Lexington lut Saturday, Rev. J. W. licaglc, of (loorgetown latoof Lancaster, who preaches at the Mrs. J. C. Robinson and Ml. Joo Iluptisl church nt I'reuchersvlllo once u liiyunt jnolored to Lexington Thursday Richardson month, H holding a successful lcvlvid for a vl.lt to Mrs. Churle and will latum by way of Winchester tliere. for a ntuy with Mrs. Wm. Jono. Messrs Charley Ilallew, Joo Ruin-side- , William Lackey mid Miss Jennie Mr. ami Mr. II. V. Ilastiu entertainlackey wero in Stanford last Weslnef-da- y ed Rev. (. R. Ilrooks. Rev. F. M. for tli' burial of their relative, Mr Tinder, and wife, Mr. Fred Warner ami Mr, and Mrs. W. R. llujtin at a John W. Itout. Register delightful dinner on last Friday evening Tho January of The following from the Jackson newspaper, where Rev. Pollitt and his family recently movrd, (peaks ofthej cordial reception given them upon their arrival at their new mountain home: "A beautiful reception was given by the Ladies of tho Methodist Church at the Parsonage on Main street for the new Pastor, Rev. Pollitt, and his wife, a Cundy I have opened Mrs. A. II. Hargis put the Parsonage Factory on Lexington St., in order and asked all the lady members next door to the Puritan. of the church to come at 3:S0 p. m,, j Pare,Fresh,Delicious and bring something prepared for The response was so hearty that Home Made Candy, not only was a sumptuous bupperspread Our Specialty. be-- j but the pantry a3 well stocked Your patronage is cordially sides. The' table was laid for the Phone 212 solicited family and supper consisted of fried chicken, potato chips, beaten biscuit chicken salad, baked apples, pickles' bread, butter, honey angel cake, devil cake, cream and fruit. The ladies spent a social hour before the tram arrived that brought Ilro. AGENTS WANTED Pollitt, his wife and children. Mrs. Hargis met Mrs. Pollitt at the gate, FOR AMERICA'S GREATEST CLOTHES. while the ladies formed a leceiving line Proposition that extended along both sides of the All Wool Suits and Overcoats $12.50 reception hall and into the parlor. NO LESS. NO MORE. After Mrs. Pollitt had been to all the ladies the said in Rest reference required. No clothing response to such a cheerful greeting, experierce necessary. Write "I am not a stranger in a strange land MONOGRAM TAILORS, as I expected to he to night, but! among the kindest of unknown friends." 131 E. New York St. Indianapolis, Ind Respectfully yours, MONOGRAM TAILORS. WITH COBURN'S MINSTRELS' C. C. Hauger.Prop. HH.Hauger,Mgr ThosH who heard Mr Lester Lucu?, the famous bass soloist with Coburns Minstrels last season will be pleased to PUBLIC SALE know that he is again on the program OCTOBER ON SATURDAY. 21st, and presents, aa ono of his soles, at 9:30 a. m , at my residence, two "Down Deep in a Submarine." miles from Stcnford on the Danville pike, I will cell to the highest bidder Too Good. "I hear you're thinking of buying n some cattle, horse, mules and hogs new air." "Yes. My ibnuffeiir com- some baled hay, vehicles, farming im plains that the old one doesn't get out plements; furniture, extra fine. Come Minneapolis and look at the good things to he sold of repair often onouch." Journal. then come and buy yourM'lf rich. Terms: All huiils under $10, cash; ten dollars and over, six months credit. Hit Duties Defined. Boss "I wanted to ne:ik tf you, witn note and approved security. Mr. I.ovuin, nhout your attentions to JOS I1ALI.OU, Stanford Ky. Mls Siveetthynge during ollice hours. Capt Am. Hourno Auctioneer I hired nu ns hilling clerk only no cooing mentioned. That will he all 1'iitemm Prp.s. for the Guardian. Candy Kitchen. r tf YOUU FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN .J FOR SALE. Lexington St. My house and lot on Mrs Susan Fisher. FOR SALE A folid oak dining room cxtention table, in perfect condition Mrs. J. A. Amon. FOR RENT -- The Alex Walker proi-ert- y on Lexington street. Call or. -- sup-pe- r. tf. RESIDENCE G. C. Walker. FOR SALE. sand-wiche- CoyS. Sanders We offer the beautiful residence on Danville street, formally the Durnsidf property, for sale. For information, apply to W. O. Goodloe, Lancaster. Ky, or Joe McCormick, Ashevillc, N.C. For Sale. 150 bushels of Hill Onions. $1 a bu. 10 12 It J. T. Wanks, Hubble Ky. . For Sale. I Having aold'my Itarber Shop, I have an eight room house, practically new. on Crab Orchard St, for sale. For any information gee Malcolm House. For Sale. extra good feeding cattle, will) weigh over !H)0 pounds. L. P. Nunnelley. Phone 2211. Stanford, Ky., 21 FOR SALE. Four iicres land in town, with good, cottage, barn, and other good outbuildings, young orchard, cistern and never failing stock water, will sell on very easy payments and cheap, II. C. Hamilton lt-p- FOR SALE. (lt-pd- ) pre-ent- ." PUBLIC SALE , Clb Incredible. O- FCity-broDoris hud arrived at The Biiindfather'K farm for n vNlt. lht morning lie etuiie running Into the house to her mother, crying excitHaving sold rov tnrm, 1 will on, edly: "Oh, iiiaimuM. ronio mh the dour liltle pigs, hut just think, they have WEDNESDAY. OCTOllER lSlh. 1910. o hug for a iiioiIi.t!" on tin premi.es about two miles from Point Leaved on the Gooch Pike, sell Th Grape Cure, to the highest bidder the following nervous, personal property: drupes nre ndthod for the thin, iitieiule people whose digestion STOCK: mods utteiitluii. One grape n minute Two brood mares, one mule colt, bhouM b eiitm fur one hour nt u time mid rrpent the dose several times n one yeai ling mule, ore milk cow and day until u cure Is efTeeted. Sleep nt Chlf, eighteen shouts weighing about yo pouudr, one sow ami seven pigs. lenst eight hours out of every 21. FARMING IMPLEMENTS: The Oluthlnvi Bride. wagon. 1 good Oi.e good two-lior- s "Why lire hrlde geiwrully iMocteil vkh. i.t dull, 1 cutting haiiuw, drag In U blilshlnK lis the walk down the Imiiuw, cultivator and other' hMi'I" "I Mipun'." repllnl .Sllffrou thing too r'umeroui to intuition. j lauiK, glancing ctiutloutly ttbuiit mid t 1:SU p. Hi. Term lowering his Milce. "that uj;iii1 tunny j Sate bn of them bluh to tliluk how they nre j niMh known.Orrdayn of sale. guliwc to MilHlue the lords of creotkm i MKS. S. U. ARCHER. lifter they've mtvly got tliwu. A. M. Buunie' Auct. Personalty. Having decided to sell out 1 olTer my place at Lowell, for sale at a bargain. This place contains about 2 acres of land. 5 rooms ihvellini', good basement, out building, etc. Also store room CO x 24, barn, etc. All in good repair. For further particulars call on I'nos Davis, Lowell, Ky, SEWING MACHINES 1 sell the famous Singer sewing machine. Also Singer oil and needles. If vour machine needs repairing call on me on Campbell St. Satisfaction guarDan Milium. anteed. Lancaster. Ky TOBACCO TENANT WANTED. Have 6o ucre farm for rent on Mason Gap. Five room houie with nil piv, necessary outbuilding. Mrs. W. II. Kuu,. Stanford, Ky R. F. D. no pt) I Judge. DANVILLE BUSINESS ; Dally Thcuaht. There tiro eertulu times In our lift Alien wo tlnd ourselves In clrcuiutuit-.othat nut only jvess upon us, but mm to ui'ltli us down altogether. They give us, however, uot only the opportunity, but they Impose upon us tho duty of elevating otirsclws, und thereby fulllllliig tho purise of tho Goethe, Divine living In our ereutlnn. s Opium-EatinOpIuiii-tHklug- Engraved Visiting Card Is A Neatly THE proper SCHOOL i Enter Any Day. Terms Reasonable STENOGRAPHY. MACHINE OR HAND. thing . an Old Vice. or oluiiientliig. Ii (or a lady or gentleman to present nowaday!, when making call;. ECKER & BALLARD PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE. Ky. the number Mr. rial Mrs. Prewitt Thompson of of tho .State Histoiical Society will contain uu article on Whitley Mansion, Prenchetsville, Ky, und Mrs. J. W, neur Crab Orchvrd, the first brick Puliner and children of Lancaster. Ky, house built In Kentucky and tho homo spent Tuesday night ut Nick Ileaslcy's, of Colonel William Whitley, pioneer They wero returning to Kentucky from hero, by Mrs. Fisher Herring: with Curtilage where they bad also visited subject. relatives. Areola Illinois Herald. photograph of house. Without harklut: a very old Ice. tliiitM which hack to Its ue In mi many writers und speaker refer to n clastic times. It Is Interesting t recall thut In tho time of Tlmmas De Qulncey the opium habit wns imlen-slvIII RliKlaii'l that Is, It was extensive If the word of De tjulncey, whu should have had nil liltliutiti' knowledge of tills subject, bu taken nt Its fuee vulue, und must men nre certainly willing to nccept thut writer's word ou this l!ie Come and a beautiful of sample vc have and get our prices for 50 or more. CENTRAL RECORD se what line All desiring business course could do no better than address D. B. HARRIS, Principal. Danville Kentuckyi I he Central Record, Thursday Oct 12, 1916. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. WAWIAIID CIIICU1T COURT. Georj-r LBVE STOCK HUSBANDRY FEEDIfi A Carter! Adm'r., et al, VS 11 I'lltn. .the August Temi, l'JUi, the iiiidemK'Hil Cbaitmaajoner will sell nt pul)lic nuctii n til tlx; highent ami best bidder, before Abu Court ilouw door in I.hiic.isU r. ity.. at J I o'clock, A. M.ortherenbou k Deftn. JKsre A. Carter Heir. Pmriant la judcment rendered at J WORK HORSES. HONDA V. OCTOtlKK 23, 1S1C. ".,M 25 u i t real A the first day of the Ouiriud jf gooCici tre t'.Iiimct 11a! n; K County Court Term the leal esUle I'onJcrl I.'- - loilicr uxa It jj rnenliutwd in the (Headings and ill j ahe'j M iht'e ill others m follows: I articd her lesson now t'.io Tract Iz lit Garrard County, Kentucky JMNal tiuki to Cslumct. f oa toe waters of I Hint L,tcK (Jrtek ninl unnju i.m tor miking I bounded aa follows: Heylnniiig at n .-, II lit -' 1 tender, w ciientiiut oak on the top of a ridge; la.i. 1 qiilli! V.:. -t fretpienllv during warm wenther thence a South Easttrn course to a 1 Calutntllit black oak in the branch; thence South nnd alwa)s before feeding rather thnn rewa, m rr.lt c with top of the ridge to a chestnut oak; jVJHM tami Hecclrrd t . hcitAwrj4 1 thence with the original llaugh line to the Gunn corner with spotted oak pointers on the branch; thence with the meanders of the branch to maple at the mouth of branch to a drain m il .up the drain to a double black oak; tlience to a white oak on the South side of a hill; thence a straight line to .the beginning, containing 100 acres more or loss. Doing the same land conveyed to George Carter by Davnt M McCollum and wife by deed dated November 7, 1893 and recorded in the Garrard County Clerk's Olllce m Deed Hook 12. page SIC. Tract 2: Consisting of several tracts all adjoin and will be sold as one boundary, described us follows: In Garratd 'aSfHlkV. Hi County, Ky., on the waters of White Lick Creek and hounded as follous: Admirers of the Shire horse claim Itcginning at a stone, corner on North that It t.as more ltnlltv and Mm tlun the other draft breeds and side of Public Itond, corner to lialli nge1 , th.it It Is of kinder disposition and Robinson & Halcom; thence with more- easily broken to harness. latter S 3 V 21 poles to a stake; thence The Shire crosses well became S32 B CC poles to a stake corner to Shire blood will Impress Itself on Higirintiotliam; thence with latter N the offspring, ghlres are also easy K 30 poles to a stake, corner to same keepers. The stallion pictured Is a rtnd new corner to Anderson; thence Rhlre new line with latter N 14 W SCJ polei to a stake in line to Conn's heirs; thence with latter S G8 W 39J pole" to afterwnrd. Tho rjunntlty of feed necthe beginning, containing 19 A. 2 II. essary to enable the animal to perand SO poles. Iteing the same land form the required amount of work Is by Priscilla Ilrnnson to George conveyed governed by several factors. The kind Carter by deed dated October 14, 1902, of work, the speed nt which It Is perand recorded in the Garrard C.u H formed, the nge. weight nnd type of Clerk's Office in Deed Hook 21. page 23.'. the animal, the enro exercised by tho Also tract adjoining the above tr.ici at l ..upend b'scunBaUngPoivdcrsdonot driver, the adjustment of harness nnd described as follows: Beginning two chestnut stumps, corner to John ta you money. Calumet does It's pure load, climatic conditions, character of feed, all havo n direct bearing In the Ellens; thence with Steve Holkulm's superior to sour milk and soda. line to Mrs. Branson's corner, Eait and far matter. Animals driven at high speed to a atone corner to George Carter's and those doing heavy hauling nnd land, thence South with Carter's line other rough work, such as grading nnd to a stake in Jennings land, a corner; lumbering, require moro feed than The Ad. and the Man .thence West with Jennings line to a 'those doing ordinary form or town rorner of Medcalfs land; thence with work. .fiis line tune course to a spotted oak. Young growing animals require more corner to Aliens land; thence Willi Ins lie B.iiv the ad. from day to day feed. In order to keep up the processes line a Alorth easterly course to the And muttered: 't defy It. Jiegionmg. containing about twenty five Their stuff may be Just what they Bay, of growth and development, thnn aniBut I'm not going to buy It." aercal23 A.) . more or less. Being the mals of mature nge doing the same sane iland conveyed to George Carter A Ittime wore on lie made remarks kind and came amount of work. would not do to mention. Jby Iscac Holland and wife, by deed In many Instances lightweight aniFor he was mad because that ad. da Cat! September 1G, 1902, and recorded Was forced on his attention. mals, Dtted by nature only for light nil UtcKaarrard County (Jlerk a (Juice in work, are put at work In which weight 3ea Book 21, page 235. Also tract But In a week, or two, or three. Is a considerable factor I. e.. plowing ttcVitr.nmjj the above tract and descibed He said, "There's no denying Naturally the extra The way that ad. gets hold of me Beginning on a stone at xuCoUowa: and lumbering. rtbe side of the County Road; thence The stuff may be worth trying," effort required of the lightweight ani For just about a fortnight more itb aaod Koad to Stephen Holcum's mal must be compensated with addi He dared mere words to line. Zence with Halcum's line to Bat And then the ed. completelywin him. tional nourishment. had 'Getfapas line; thence with 'Gellispas Aroused the spender In him. that contain nn excessive une wj vviiiiam rennington s line back amount of woody or fibrous materiel tbt "the beginning, containing five acres, Next day he drifted In a store are difficult of digestion and dangerous And quietly expended be the same more or less. on account of tho likelihood of causA few hlg Iron dollars for Heme; the same land conveyed to The stuff the ad. commended. ing obstruction of the bowels. Bulky George Carter by George Hughes and He found It filled a long felt need. and Innutrltlous foods are not fit for wife, by deed dated March 4, 1904, and Its excellence surprised him. in the Garrard County Clerk's recorded work animals. Digestion of such foods And now lie's glad because the ad. Office in Deed Book 21, page 285. may be carried ou better by animals him, So deftly hypnotized .Also the following tract adjoining the James J. Montague In New York standing at rest than those nt work .above tracts and described as follow: Moldy, dirty or otherwise spoiled feeds Jleginntng at a stone in the road and should not be given to horses or mules. ear an old well; thence N 43J W 46 RAILROAD PRESIDENTS Such feeds are dangerous and often are poles to a stake in the branch and illness nnd fn a line of Chas. Robinson; thenct WHO ROSE FROM RANKS fhc direct cause of serious twilh bis line S 721 W 24 poles to a death of animals, istoae, a corner to John Carter; and Tho best results nre obtained by feed Chan. IJoblnson; thence S 22 W 0 Meet Engineers Who Used to Work by Ing grain three tlrms a day and rough KVs to a stake; thence S 19 E 1 poles nge onro u day. Divide tile grain as Their Sides. to a stake; thence N 0 E 14 poles 4 for morning, half follows: Kinks to a stone a corner to Geoige A. nt night. Itoughage nt noon, Carter; thence with his line S t5 J K Is preferably fed nt nighttime. Former "bunkles" of railroad rumps, ,'.' ioles to a in center of the ltegular hours fur feeding and work Cconty KobJNiq E 11 poles to the follow workers on engines nud side Ing are essential. The system of C and 150- 1C0 partners of freight trains met In Wash.begiaoing, cortuining accustoms Itself to a routine .acres. Being the isme land conveyed ington tho other ilny, ltut some of titoiGeorgf Carter by Preston Ward, If feeding Is lrregnl.tr the best result" them urrlved In their private curs, hur- cannot he expected. i!t al, by deed dated March 3, 1911. and ried liaek nnd forth to meetings In taxi recorded in the Garrard County Clerk's Office in Deed Book 31. page 692. culis, while the others iniiiii as ordl ALFALFA HAY FOR HOGS. 2?aki two tracts will be offered Separatetiary passengers. ly and then o'rered as a whole and the They uvic the iii"dilents of the Mi; toM realizing the largest sum tho When railroads of the United States ami Excellent Feed For Swine SHcrt. Pas. Commissioner will accept. tures Are Running l ei of the 'The purpose of this sale is to settle some of the 010 bay to the hogs for Selling alfalfa th estate of George A. farter, lmi.000 trainmen In the four good j1eceaf"tl. and divide the proceeds if hoods now threatening the iniiiitri ?'J3 n ton sounds like a when business crops of proposition, particularly ant remain utter payment of debts, with n strike. among the as their interest Many of the pivsldviita stalled lull three to llvo tons to the aero can bereading ni members of M'cttoii gangs, grown annually, says 1'arui and I'lrcjnay appear. brakemeu or llreiueu. Working I'cMdc side. Hog feeding tests made by the TERMS. New Mexico experiment station show 'The sale will be made on a credit of them were Mime of the men who-- o that when no pasture Is auilliiblo alfor nu eight hour d.iy they six Hid twelve months and the purfalfa hay fed to hogs In connection contesting. chaser will be required to execute bonds M give good villi approved security for thepurclmn Take the case- of Illll I.aingu, one ullli grain onecntrates price, due in eix and twelvo months of the brotherhood lepiesenmllves results respectively, hearing tnterejt at the and A. II. Smith. New ork rentia. Thie eperlinenls show lint fiS." Tale of aix per cent per annum from president. Hill and A. II. started rail pounds of good alfalfa hay will make date until piid, having the force and rending together n long lime ngo as lOt) pounds of gain, or save to the feed effect of a judgment for which execu er B00 K)imds of grain eiueenlrnt(-(ompoM- 'd tion mav isue, payable to W. II members of the same bridge gang of gtounil barley and wheal llrown. Master Commissioner of tlie Smith moved along pretty la. dly. In- shoits The hugs ex In Ihe-- e Carrsrd Circuit Court, mid a lien will coming division superintendent of the perlmeuls weighed 170 pumiN til the I.aUo Shore, general supeiinteiiilent of Iw reserved upon the property so'd The uiernce all the purchase money is paid tho Dig I'our and general manager of beginning of the test g.iln per day for u period of thliiyslx C. G. C. C. the New York Central and finally W. I. BHOWN. M. pound a day on days was ground barley and J. K. Rohm jon, Attorney'forPlaintilTs. Illll Is still in the ranks, but Is u di- tho alfaUa hii. wheat shorts uitlnn. vision chairman of tho brotherhood. When the hogs were fed silage in "He's a tine fellow," said each of tho place of the alfalfa hay the gain n other. the nlfalfa buy fed hogs was $82 I). Umlerwpod Then there la fed, Stated Frederick I)., of tho Krle, to bo exact. greater for each unload hay that had a Another brotherhood man who would differently, tho ulfalfu u ton and fed not allow his uaino to bo known be- commerclil value of $10 4 hogs In connection with grulr. yond tho fact that ho Is railed John lo the gave the feeder $13 profit said a better never lived than Fred. concentrates They used to work on tbe same englno per ton on the hay. consumed by the The alfalfa hay on the Erie. hogs during these experiments consti"Yep, Fred's all right but we've got by weight of to have that eight hour day," said tuted neatly onethrd average tinny the food eaten. The Should be Engraved or John. consumption of nlfa'fn hay was three There are others who knew Daniel Embossed powadays. of silage nvo pounds ny Wlllurd when he was an engineer, and pounds and hogs that weighed 10 pounds nt the ao on through tbe list of railway presiIt reflects good taste and beginning of the experiment. dents. A surprisingly largo prortloii at once creates a favorable of them started at the Lottom. Many of tho brotherhood men ale impression. Hlatorlc Phiraoh'i Hobby. fairly well to do, comfortably fixed bo-- j It gives a curiously human and ond tho fact of owning their 'own Suppose you come and see quality to tho I'horuoh that ophomes. President Stono of the engipressed the children of Israel to dis neers Is u college graduate. tbe iran) Seautiful samples Aiuerlculi r.nch of tho brotherhood presidents, cover, us an was a we have and get our prices, according to their fellows, gets at least expedition has done, that he "collector." In his palace wus a room $10,xio u year talury. 'i "i'erbapa that helps explain I ho sort used us u museum, In which he had some of action wo get out of our presidents," gathered weapons nud ornaments, age, said a brotherhood man. "They are of which belong to tho stone $10,000 men, and we think they earn Youth's Companion. it lteini -- I H ptI l.J -i- I tHI For Increasing tli L!l. Suggestions cic.icy of Draft Animals. In order Unit the best ii"iilts he the matter of feeding win It horcs slinillil bo ell undervlti si, wrltci Dr W M Huron In Orange Juild I'nruicr IVedlllg xhniili) be h nriiinl "lib the kind mid quantity of Aa work performed by the nnlmnl, understanding of the arrangement of the digestive nyslem and proportion of the digestive organs l essential. il Work Imrres nnd mules should be B 11 nil AUD PUBLIC un OF LIVE STOCK and Farming Implements RENTAL LAND lft - Tuesday, October 31st, 1916 d I will sell at public auction, on the premises, About Sixty Acres of Land. This farm is located right at Hubble, Lincoln County, Ky., on the Rush Branch pike, five miles from Lancaster, five miles from miles from Danville, right at two Stanford and six and churches, school, stores and mill. The land is good and fertile, lies well, no waste land, good 5 room house, large new barn, large orchard, well watered and in the BEST neighborhood in Kentucky. This farm will be sold in lots of from Two to Twenty Acres each and each lot fronting on the pike with good building site and may be offered as a whole. EASY TERMS. Sale of the land begins promptly at 10 o'clock after the sale of which we will adjourn to my farm a few hundred yards distance where I will rent to the highest bidder one-ha- lf , -- -- 280 Acres of Land for the Year 1917 of which 65 acres is for cultivation and the balance in grass and meadow. This farm has splendid five room house with three porches, nice yard and garden, two barns, cribs stock scales and other out buildings, large orchard, several good lots convenient for handling stock with water in every field and lot. Also sell the following personal property. 4-- HORSES. six-year-old, ld MULES. A pair 16i hands, 23001bs mare One good plantation walking horse, drives and mules, the best in the county; 1 pair driving and work horse; one 16 works; one hands, mare mules, extra good ones; one extra good brood mare, good worker; one suckling mule. brood mare. CATTLE. Two extra good young Jersey cows, one fresh; extra good, high grade, yearling and 13 Jersey heifers, all by registered sire; 5 extra good yearling short horn heifers, 6501bs; six 600 to 900 pound butcher steers; 4 registered yearling Jersey registered Jerbulls, ready for service; I registered Jersey bull, sey bull; 1 fine printed tabulated pedigree furnished on application; 1 red bull calf. 25 extra yearling steers Terms easy and announced at sale. Will be glad to six-months four-months-o- ld HOGS. 1 sow and 6 pigs; 1 sow and 9 pigs; 3 good brood sows, 13 forty pound shoats, 1 pure bred white Chester boar. e wagon, 1 double section disc har 2 row, l Deerlng mower, 1 grass drill, Oliver riding plow, 2 walking plows; new hay rake, cultivator, double shovel; roller, plows; 1 buggy; 1 rubber tire carriage, wagon gear; plow gear; etc. Also a lot cf baled Timothy hay. show the farms at any time before sale. DI1NINI5R two-hors- repn"-entul- lieirs-at-la- G. B. SWINEBROAD , OF LANCASTER. un-J- il LMCASTEii. IY. pies-lden- t. two-lhlii- THE NATIONAL BANK Capitol $50,000. .. It Surplus $30,000. Personal Stationery naaaijBBBijjjrWajjjaaaHBBaaijjjJaBBW l )ENMY, 1'reaident J. li STOIIMKS. Jmbky, Abu'I Cmhier. It. 1, Vice I'rea't. S. C. DKNNY. Ottahlor. r. J. - UIU Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUII HUSINKSS. J. H. Fosy, J. E. Samual D. Cochran. Alex It. Stormea. S. C. Denny. 1. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Director. vard, Lara; Toxavvny, Galuda, Waynesville, (Lake Junalushu), Flat Roc!:, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vacation at one cf these cool and delightful places cr ut Tic Spri.1C. Term. Round trip Excursion tickets are on sa!e daily, good until October 31st, via nptaU.MmlIUitoM MlMtoBwr end WM t uut..,- -. Luko cro.1 auj V,',ie.ill, N. C. (Uk. JonaluA" ) AWAY up i.. the mountains of Western North Carolira rrc tl-- bctutiful nnd attractive rcsort3 of AshcvUlc, Ehclc I.I.untain, Hcndcrsonville, Brec (7eS$ 2GW5ITOH RAEIiVAY nu Central Record. rgr-UsTha- t$ It." Stop-over- s allowed at u,l joints. Three special Low Fare excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. For full Informallcn Ticket AEent, Southern Railway, or write B. II. Todd, Dutrlct roKcnjvf Ascnt, LouUvUle, Kentucky. The Centrai Record, Thursday Oct 12 1916 Slip a few Prince Albert foprnrMimbr 1 HAiUlAitt) CIRCUIT COUIIT. Plnintiir, A Legend Anti-scienc- of smokes into vour system! e Days POULTRY and. EGGS ' B witliout coupons or premiums. We prefer to j;ive quality There's sport smoking n pipe or rolling yuur own, dui you Know thnt you've got to have the right tobacco I We tell you Prince Albert will bang the doors wide open for you to come in on n good time firing up every little so often, without a I You've hetird mnnv nn nnrfnl - fihnnt, it,n A 1IIIV.U J w w ... ll-1IULI I . nntcntocl nmrnw Jin o..,., , i. ullK uul i.: ,1IJU lmrcn nu icis you SmOKC Vour fill WltllOUt - UCamohnrkl Knln unnr LMitirvtwilll .!, -... w.(tv. rwut lljtit 1. tt nrniiAc i i r at Prince Albert hits ntwnvR hmn t?rt.,i Br ESTIIEK VANDtiVEEK CULLING THE FLOCK. The difference between nn old fash lonril inu-i- r box mid oho worked plion flurplus Cocktrals end Poorly Develop, ocniphltiill, I'wil the. fonoer Is me ed Pulls'.i Choutd De Marketed. cli.'inlnil, while H.e latter U n rcpro u To Insure eomnier lal success iluctlnn of the IvrWwg of the musician. should lenew the Living Moek The 8wl peep hive for ninny years ranked Mrs I hi the biilldliii; of urn each year, never keeping u hen over slcol meehnnlcnl mntrlrath i s mid hnve brought them n near perfeetlnii as they can lie nmile several himdinl jears iijio Dnvhl Kloekke. n fJeiieiese maker ut music boles, bernine niiiblllous to produca a music Imii iIi.ii would the one hoiik so iicrfcctl) Hint the fecllns thrown Into It b,i the slnecr noiild repro dliceil. lie lertnlnl) hud a Kreal ad vantage in rteeiitluR his work lie wns deeil. In lotu with u girl who rhiii; oxipiMlt'ly Indeed, It was her rendition or n litill.nl that siipRoted It. "Why" an I not make n hoi that will Blve thnt expresnlon)" ho nskiil himself. - "I can produce Ininnony with my nietnl tongues, but not feellns." Then he rcsnhed Hint ho would mnke Commissioner's t Sale of Real wmiiii wmimiwimu Estate. Dr. Win. D. Pryor, IJ. Defendant. Oflice at Rainey a Livery SUbte. ANll W. II. Mason, Grdn!, et al I Lnnroslcr. KcnturJijr on Cross-petitioPlaintiirs, VS ! John Nelscn. Defendant. Pursuant to h judgment rei.dered at ' Urn AiiRUtt Term, 11)10, tho under-- ( sinned Commissioner will sell nt public, auction to the highest and best lih.'der before the Court House door in Lan-- I caster, Ky., at 11 o'clock A. M., or I thereabouts on C. W. Morrow, Grailuatc Optician MONDAY. OCTOIIKIt 23, 1G1C, lll.i.f j Fitted, Bstulaelfon rinrnleet, it being the first day of the Oniraid Court Term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described as fol- hnvs: In Garr'anl County, Kentucky, In the City of Lancaster, and In whut is known as linker Addition to said City Phone 391-- M ut Lancaster, on Campbell Street ard oescrineii as lollows: Uelng lot No. 1M of llaker Addition, on the West ante .if. Campbell street with a front of 8a feet' BUCKEYE, KY. end on the Ninth side 217 f,,-l- . S..tiihl shlc llaker Avenue 219 feet, on the ' West by the L & N. Hallway ' right of way 101 feet, ar.d containing 1)2 ! poles, and 'icing the same lot conveyed ui.1 i l .irier, Riarcn lo, ipjs, iy j, W. Miller, Master Commissioner for Fine Cut and on behalf of Aimer Ili.ker's heirs by deed lecorded ill the Clerk's Oilier-- ' Garrard County Court In Deed Hook F. Itobinson. S John Nelson l,t, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. ! the national joy smoke feel likn vnnr smntn nnc has been wasted and will be sorry you cannot back up for a fresh start. You'll regret! lj You swing on this 52513 thousand-dolla- r say-s1 bill ness ana contentment to you, to every man who knows what can be gotten out of n chummy jimmy pipe or a makin s like it was a tip to n It's worth that in happi o the ntlempt cigarette with Prince . 'packing' l.l. l tli Il4f tml I In Albert for THR lrlnta tat.t MtTNOltMTCBACCOCO. 1M It i(In A ami In Youll Oi.r.'.rM Albrrt rackagr, hat ..en LOW! oat V4 procet by which I'rlnce Alhert U made. Arn1 by wAm. ft tofjv bit mnf throat pmrxh are mf owf Kvery MnertitDrf)eeouoidyou linnfl i rincv Aiueii awamnti you n lcipy iea Dgt,3c nap rm una, ice, innaMimt poundandhaU pound nn numuori ana in that clever eryttal glass humidor, with eponje mumener top. that kerpa th tobacco In auch ftne condition rrad -- lroc Patented iuij iif. i tim mrini thai !h United Stilt Oovrrtv granted patent on lha mtnt haa onltirrraftld alwajal u" sS-7y.- , When he told 1 1 II. la. I ho girl beloved, thnt he wished her to sing for hlui Hint he might reproduce her song In n music hot she saw the linpos-dMlltof occomplNliIng such n feat: but, pre fcrrlng to humor him and supposing thnt she would ho only required to slug to hlui n few times to convince him Hint ho could not accomplish tint he had undertaken, she nsseuted. A slm plo lore song was selected, and when Klockko had his mnterlnl und tools ready to reproduce the notes she began to Hlng, first giving the entire song thnt he might beenino Imbued with the melody An soon as she had finished ho nsked her to sing the first few notes again This sho did, and he nsked her to slug them agnlu and ogaln, while he endeavored to linltnto them on Ids metal prongs. Hilda very soon not only crew tired of this, but, being tired, her singing lost nil Its chnrui. This irrl I 10 funiMan VynnIt :(ii:..ri JHttf n it tlnf tMuhi . alth' u' 'i many tnr t'!if:ittTtwl Vho roftitubUina, like mI larlfttrH ot MitiJutiva, nrr klik! 'ajem, ntiil nn m.irkel fuAtj . re u I riilicf an r ift i, at or, ut O Honaker Flowers. rtcr The ( t if t. I II KICK IS A CHOI) I'l.Al'K TO STOP KOIl I.ITTI.K MONEY. LOUISVILLE HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, KY., Main St., between 6th and Tlif Only Hotel in I.ouiviIle 0tM(i1 on the American and European Plans. AMHIIICAN' 7th. I'l.AN. (With Meal.) KUItOPKAN I'l.AN. (Without Meala) Itooms witliout Hath liut with Hot and fold Itunning Water. 7fi IliMirnn Kindle. tLW kt (lay; inKlf, - ft) kt Jy; M Ituonii ft) Front Kuomi . . hinle, 3.W per dnv; Itixitns with I'mUr llnth: ft) Itoomv . . inKe. 3.(X) per Jay; ft) Kooini ... linKle. 3.C0 per day; lEnntni) without Until hut with Hot hikI CoM ItunninK Wnter. "" Itoomn ninRle, $1.00 per day; ft) Itoonu 1.00 ier day; ft) Front Itooms . xiiiKli'. l.ft) per day; ICnotns with Private Hath: ft) Itooina .... dingle, l.COperdav; ft) Itiwim day; sinK'f. -- .00 'i prop'o, $2.00 - prople, 2 people, 2 people. 2.50 each. 2."T each. 3.00 each. 2 pjople, $0.75 each. 2 people, 1.00 each. 2 peu pie, 1.25 each. 2 people, 2 people, 1.2. ench. l.CO each. l'r THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Corner Sixth and Main Sts., European Plan Only. Itminid Without llatli. tA'l and up; I(ini With Private Hath. $l.ft) and up. lHimille Hotel retail ditlrirt and theatres The HKST I.'ATINC PLACE IN TOWN. ami the Old Inn are located In the wholesale district and only n three-htock'- a walk to the Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Proprietors. Statement Of The j Ownership, Manage- C np ital $ 50 . 0 00 1. . Su r p u s $5 0.000. j ment, Circulation, Etc., Required By The Act Of Congress of August STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. 2 .1 t. 8. H. 7. unr hilla lij chei'U, iit.d have jour wife pay her lull hy iheck Never lend ail ei.r to "tiet Hu ll (ulck" scheme. Follow Willie 8) stem in saving Do not he haphazard iihout It. ICent n safe ih it box for our ralunhle pnper- date service we oiler. Make free me of the up-tTearh the child the jlue it money h; ttivint; them uti allowame. Meet jour friends at this hunk for trmikactim; uniortnnt husinrta P i i , 24, 1912. Of The Central Kccoul, puhlished weekly ut Lancaster. KeutucKV for October 1st l'Jin. State of Ky, County of (iarrard, Hefoie me, a Notary Public in mid for the State and county nforesaid, personally npu-:irtK. - Klkin. who ImvinK been duly sworn according to luw, deposes and save that he M the Publisher of the Central Itecord. 1. That the names unci addresses ot the publisher, editor, maiiuKiiiK editor, mid business inamiKcr are: Publisher, Central Hecord. Lancaster K Itobinson. Lancaster Ky MhuhkIhi; IMitor. It. I.. Klkin. I.an. caster, Ky. Ilusinesi MnnuKer, 1!. I.. Klkin, I.fiti- "inter Ky. t f ?e Citizens National Bank OF I.ANl'ASTKK, KV. f W. H. F. HLDSON. 0. P.ltlNKY. Ast Presidint. Cash'r W. I J()K J. J. J. WAI.KKIt, WAI.KKIt, Jit., Vico Prest. CHAMP, tKr&artBi tur .trajyj urx2s7'arir v arsis'1 lushirr. Kentucky. Kditor, J. Don't forget that Sill m will hold their regular County Court Day Sale of' MOSSES AND MULES' at their Livery Stable in Danville Monday, Oct. 16th, names and luldreases of individual-owners- , or if a corporation, give Its niimo ami the names and addresses of stockholder owning ui l.otdinj; t per cent or more of the total amount of stock ) J. K. Robinson, Lancaster Ky. Francis V. Uobinaoii, Lancaster Ky. It. I.. Kikin, Lancaster Ky. Cetitrnl Itecord, Incorporated. Lan caster, Ky. X That th.t known tKiiHlhokleie. inoitKHKo, and other security Iwilders owniiiK or hoJdine; t per cent or nwrL of total amount of bonds. mortKaH'. r other securities nre; None. C That the average number of copies of each issue is this Hiblicutian sold or distiibiiud. IhrouKh the mr.ils or other wise, to paid aubscrihera dur-Inthe six months precwlinff tht date shown above Is (This infoimatioii is requlicd from daily publications only). It. L. I'Mn, Sworn to and tubscribiHl before me 3rd day of Oct 1910. V. O. HlKiioy, Notary Public. That the owners nre;((iive tenrs. While Kloekke was sitting it his work Inblo brooding over his failure and his break with the flrl he loved the door opened nnd a woman entered. "I have heard," she said, "what has taken place In your iffort to reproduce human feeling In song it requires a great deal of patience on the part of one who sings for you. Let mo try, and possibly you may bo ablo to reproduce my song." The man assented, and the woman began to slug. She, too, saug her en tiro song before he began to work. From the first note he seemed thrilled with something ho had never felt before. The song was weird. Kloekke seemed to hear spirit voices calling, now soft and low, now rising In a wait When the woman had finished ho going on, nnd nny bird lacking In tho sous she repeated tho first few vigor or stunted from nny caue should notes. If tho defect Is serious Kloekke succeeded easily In be mnrked. repeating ccry one, giving It exactly the bird should be marketed us soon as ns It was sung. She sang a few more possible, and even If the defect can 1k notes, and those he reproduced with outgrown It should 1k so marked that equal succe-is- . there will be no danger of eggs from tho bird being luculmted. Kloekke wns delighted. Illuming into n room where Hilda wns. he call ! Mnrkotlng thin, unllnlshed birds Is ed to her Hint ho had succeeded In his ! wasteful, nnd tho hale of such birds effort. Ho c i peeled thnt she would has nn unfnvornble effect on tho mar ket. The consumption of tabic poultry rejoice with him at his success. sho looked nt him angrily and would be greatly Increased If fowls told him (hat fclnce ho had found an never went to market In poor condiother who could do wlmt she could tion. There Is nlways n demand for not do he might tnl.o the other for n good birds, whatever their age. If they sweetheart. Ho wns very much nston have been properly fed and finished. All over the country there nre pack Ished at this, for he had nlways found Hilda's disposition of the sweetest. ers who buy common range fed birds, However, after much coaxing he per feed them properly for a fortnight nnd suaded her to go with him Into the sell them as milk fed. milking more profit on their two week-.- rue tit:. room where he had worked. The woman who had sung for him the poulterer does In mouths. Market had gone. After looking about for her Ing thin birds Is wasteful and unbusl aril not llndlug her Klnekko wound up nessllke, for the tleh (nit on by H'e if the music Ihix nnd set It moving The fattening eots less than any otln r per first note had n peculiar effect on 1 1 II gains In weight, nnd n liettcr price Mniket quotations da and. through her, on her lover She pound Is obtained usually khow n premium of from I to h gave him n look of hate that remained over on her face as long as the song lasted cents n pound on fattened fowls birds. This naturally produced a madness In ordinary farm fattened hlui which spurred litin on to strike Otood Dings In Eggs. ll- -t her. He had rnU-- his cllm-heto If you nre bin lug trouble to main do so when tho song censed. orgs InvestiKloekke lowered Ids nrm nnd heated tain the quality of your gate the conditions of production und' a deep drawn sigh Hilda wept. He nllowlng attempted to encircle her with his deteruilno the cause. Are on the niii'es to run with tho hens? If so arms, but hlu- - thrust him uwny tho eggs produced are fertile. Fertile A hammer lay on his work table, nnd, taking It up. he struck Hie music eggs develop to blood rings within forty-eigh- t hours under hot weather box n blow that sent lis parts Hying Such eggs are unlit for over the room. Then, turning lo Hilda conditions. food and lire thrown out by the can-dleugaln, she pnl nut her arms to hlui. Infertile eggs mo prodiued when nndjhey met hi im embrace, ths;k from "Who was hhe?" nsked the girl In the male Is removed seven the nu-dn)s Such okks will keep trembling voice. nml longer under slinibir "I don't know- ,- win the reply. still lie uHble. Produce Infertile egg-an- d "A luallKiiant spirit. Wlicie is the n lietter prl o you should reielve iilelfix )on keep on the shelD" for better quiil.t Kloekke looked nt the empty shelf, then iibntil the noni The crucifix Lady Ef)lantlno Dead. wns under the work Inble Her feel 'N The White Leghorn hen, ttdy Bs-- I had been it lautluo. tl .elest esg producer the Such Is n leeend of a time when science hail not yet driven nwuy the j world bus out known us n certified layer, died In the eaily sut of August. hobgoblins Who would have then thought Ih;.' cjprciMlon us well us Her pullet yield "f SI I eetw. Uld ut harmony u nld eventually be pro Delaware rulfsw nsriculliiml experl-awnt stMthtu In the fourth I'lilUdel diiced nn the phonograph? Till Its In tibia North AiuerkHU InteriiH tluii.-i- l vcntloii inusle boxes weie made, be . will prtvlwlily iMK hiitiB tt'UiH-tilliweOlllllll. lllilli, flllil liln.n Im.huil U"U f"r "m,,f ,"n' year. Hut no one could play Into them or slim Into them and hne the of Keg Production. reeling, the oipreiudon, Hie humorous HcMlth, ler. plenty of frwh utr nnd syiniKilhy of the mush reproduced It remained for the phonovrnph to do teutllalimi wlllwut drafts and proper this. And who enn doubt that if n (eedlnu In the mm let of oK phonograph giving nn .Maria" 'Never luiiijilue that hens that are kept In houses Hint a. - tlied tilth t will lay sung by a pieseut day prima donna could have been pruna upon u peoplo near so well n- - will the saiuo Mis If of Hie middle ages they would have Kept In house where there Is plenty of open front nnd oil on Hlu I Ion. considered If n miracle tated her and her locr, the result being n violent qunrrel. Hilda ran nwny and left him to relieve her feelings In interest. JlOO.Cfi; .1. I. Hamilton, debt & interest, v V $127.ir.; l)avid"on & Doty, debt & in- year mile for her hc Is In teres t ?23 22; Then. Currey, debt & in ildidi-I'allliu terest ?2ii 03; total debt, ?r.2l 71. estiUt the leellug Ken Sticky Paint Lick. to iMhe lil, k mi nt lo do this ui leii"! mated cost of action. $100.00. half the IIih'I; kIioiiIiI to n ilium I.r re TEKMS: ncuod und no hen kept lK'.wmd her The sale will be made on a credit of 11. Casey, I). V. lnln mbwii unless fhe has six months and the purchaser will he It required to execute boml with op l,e n leinnrknhle tirenih-rnrovid In I. iiu ,...,.i,iini..ii hen ii. ii hn ..imo"li proved security for the uurchnte price. Veterinary ecci her e mid lutlmr Keasoi'i to make due in six months after date bearinc .., interest nt the rate of six per cent per e o n or- -, . nu me , frnm H Veterinary to find llin.o who pay their Imard llif fnrro anil oifs ft nf a ' Inilirmunt fr,r Graduate College llitid year. when they lay comparn 'uhi.'h ,,Y..n,ilnn ,,,ov n,.nl,ln lively few eggs, and lay thco nt the W. IT. Ilrown, Master Commissioner DAN VILLK, KENTUCKY. Fuless Garrard Circuit Court, nnd n lien will time nlien prices me lowest there Is plenty of space to waste it he reserved upon the property sold unshould be ued by the tnnt lirolllable til all the purchase money is pnid. W. H. Rrown. M. C. G. C. C. bird, which means the well developed Am. Hourne, Auctioneer. pullet. necessary to It will, of com e, ho FUNERAL DIRECTOR rnlso more pullets than will be requirOflice Over National llanlf. ed to replace the discarded bird", lis Lounty Court Days. only the healthy, vigorous birds should Residence Phone 3. Office Pho.se 27 be put In the laying pen. Careful LANCASTER, KY. Richmond, 1st. Monday. nnd culllug are tho only preParis, 1st. Monday. vention ngalnst carrying over uupro Frankfort, 1st. Monday. ductlve hens nnd poorly developed pulHarrodsburg, 1st. Monday. lets. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. With the unnocded cockerels, old Stanford, 2nd. Monday. hens and unsatisfactory pullets to send to market, this matter of finishing to Shelhyvillc. 2nd. Monday get best prices Is nn Item. From the Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. tlmo chicks nrc hatched culling should Danville, 3rd. Monde- -, Hatel-ien- Thr r rk ilriiirr.l lin Cdtumbkin Wtni f'Mte ' h j TI.e purpose of the sale is to satisfy the debts ngHlnst the said John Nelson fnllne.-- W It Mu.rin f! li.nnf' Masters Heirs. J347 73; S. G. It. , li. page Cfi3. John ftl PlcRobcrts. m. dhl j. Patrick, Dtsntiat. & pi-- . II .,. Surgeon. . J. A. Beazley Three Brown Manley CULTIVATORS to close out at cost. Lawrencebure, 3rd. Monday Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 1th. Monday Winchester, 1th. Monday. Monticello. 4th Monday Versailles. I Hi Mondaj G. C. COX, Phon 229. Manse.Ky &iZ-m, Oflice Hou,s H. K. Deiiuj aid W. A. VAediar Doctors Of Denial Surgery. Office; "torme HnlldlugoTei Hurt A Aou umitnrf toft. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY "ilM TREES H.F.IIillenmeyer Lexinilton, IS41. Fruit and Shade Trnes Shrubs. Grape Vines. Rhubarb. Asparagus. Roses, Phlox, Peonies Everything for Ordinal. Lawn and Garde iu Write for free Cntnlotlne. No Ajjw &. Sons. 19IK Kentucky. VKan IT IIUNTEPS TAKE NOTICE. ISKsVui '' wsjSt'J&W-- i rrT.r i This Agreement Wilnesseth; Thut in order to piotect tho game cm our lands for a period of three years we-binourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody i lso to do so, and iin More Silo r.r Less Money Sret Make no deal for a silo without getting our figures and fixtures. Wo give more and better anchorage. Stauncher door frame. Steel.hinited, (our.latch door. Steel Hep Udder, lep every 18 inches. Belter compara. live conduction throughout. furll,,r HKrev 10 Prosecute with rliU (ence all person- - who violate the gmne laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our hinds for the iurioe of hunting. And we further agrie to act as Deputy (iiime Wardens for the purKe of i? out this agreement. I'xcept each of us have the riitht to kill rabbits on our ."uriiis or permit il to be done by mother under our supervision, or tho supervision of some responsible and reliable person eelec'ed by us. cur-rvlu- ",e Get Our Prices Before You Buy turt. ana .nialUr ..ILna and operating tipn.arofknmort tilo f.r l.i menrjrthan. any .Jo company can so a you. Our diicrt .lvpmenl of 'vi and fix. Jefferson School Law. 1! Jacob SchulzCompany IncoriHirated. uil flsarit ef n pra.a if If you have stock to sell, or wish to buy, attend these sales. CAPT. T. D. ENGLISH, Auctioneer. KHNTt't'KV SII.O Fine Cul Flowers For ' 1 All Occasions. Proinut Attention CO. W. 1'. Kmcuid. Mgr. Stanford, Ky. HASKI.UKN IHtOS. ii til I hfil VI i Hi . 'J itkl Phones ,, 33D-- 13- -or 83. All Orders ReceI"o Ajjents for (Jarrard County. OilOir rCLNLPAKEa. Su-- Lcu.;. Wm. F. Miller, Agt; Lancaster. This November ICth, 1U15. It. I.. Elkin. J. G. itubinsou, Jim). M. Kurro, W. It. Ilrown, V. II, Ilurton. Alex Walkef, T. A. Ktkin. Haseldun ltros., K. M. Tinder. J. II. Dalton. Logun Hubblf. John II. Smith. .1. N'. ltuss, G. M. HetlK.li. ! 11. II. Cox. fiaher Herrinx, i Iluuhea Hrot, J, W, Sweeney. V. M. Muhuit, Withers lire Willhm, Marcus and Jim White. ' 11. P. Wilmot, J. 1. Mil, David Chensulj. t'rtd J. Conn, W. R. CooK. J, A', r'lmore, IT. C. Itankin. liulfmnn Hros, Sam Cotton, Win. (J. Anderson. W. U. Meaa. T. M. Arnold. Jr. Jno. f.l. White. It. 1'. Henry, Ilright Herring, A. 1). llrudsliaw. Scott Hulfirkcj It. L. Uarker. l'j?. The Central Record, Thursday Oct 12 191b ONE TRIAL OF i AGAIN. Our High Grade Flour WILL BRING YOU BACK HUDSON, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. HUGHES & FARNAU. DEALERS IN Grain, Coal, Flour, Feed and Field Seeds. TELEPHONE No. 26. I farmer's column! f DOHMMIUM u nnr i nt MClu-tv- e ripaca below thlt heading It fol tna ma o( onr firmer lubacrlkeri. and la (01 the mle ot itocs. giainand audi thing on the larnier cannot alTord to alvr-IHefarm No notice will be accented over lonr lluei. and will beoulrl" rroltn. tree of chare For Sale: Some nice Alfalfa baled 'n lay. Homer Tinsley. Iear a ','L-os- t Mr. W. V. Gastineau sold( to V. A. nice team of three year old mur.-mule- s for $465.00 Monday, between Duena Vista HiRh School and Jas B. Leavell's gale, a watch. Return to I'rof I. D. Hacker or Earl Swope. FOR RENT My farm of 61 acres for 1917. For particulars apply to J. A. Conn, Jr. Lancaster, Ky. FOR RENT 35 acres of good grass .and plenty of water. Mrs. Carrie Davidson. R. F. D. no. 3. Lancaster. For Sale: Some nice Hill onions. C. R. Henry, Kirksville, Ky. ' FOR Sale-4- 00 bushels extra quality, absolutely clean wheat. 0. ' A. 3wnebroad. farm of 100 acree in For Rent:-- My Lincoln co, on Crab Orchard and Stanford pike, 3 miles from Stanford. Mr. Nannie Siler. Phona 382 11 J. Lancaster. for Rent for the year 1917, a house nd 15 acres of gras, and 20 acres to bft put In wheat. J. I it. F. D. no 1 Lancaster. Ky. t. tonn, "FOR SALE: One liors"e wauon and harness; one buckboard and two f.-ceach. boxes, capacity 40 bushels Mrs. I. C. Rucker, Taint Lick, Ky FARM FOR SALE. On Sugar Creek, five miles from Lancaster known as the John Lackey farm. For information see W. II. Lackey. Lancaster. Ky. Kreah Cow For Sale son. Hubble, Ky. Roscoe Hud WANTED Three or four H. V. Gasoline Engine, mounted on trucks nr one that cn be so mounted. D. M. Carter Cartersville, Ky. if I desire to rent my house and lot at Stuckeye for the year of 1917. Mrs. Mary Dickerson Richmond Ky. For Rknt Good farm at the' head waters of Sugar Creek. A. W. Kavanaugh. Houso and lot Horse for sale J. R. Mount. FOR SALE:-- A Southdown puck. und Caningi! fine twoyesr old Lawson and Brown FOR SALE; Three one good bull calf. heifers and U. W. Elum. China boar, 1 year C. H. Green, old, a nood one. Paint Lick Ky, Route 2. For Salet-I'olan- ab.ut From my plac STRAYED two weeks ago a red Duruc sow weigh-Id- r abcut 200 pounds. Reward fur information Tom Chesnutt. Marksbury, Ky. , Fun Fk My Sale farm of M acres Puint Lick, kr.d for sale. One close to good u jnlle from sclicot church. Ellas Smith, Paint Lick, Kv. n m.LiimiIhi Scuing Autonomics 'a UtIUfllflllt P.IKIUIU i JrV' MAKiiiAtluata Mian ffuir tor OuMtOilvi rovt n Misir, Itm ittsmutm iu f.OM44S. toiiM HiU I: lutftf Usf rata. Uowmcu Cam. Siilf la from tno stomach of n baH cau:l' by Louis Fiber nt Lake Kllersllc. waj are believed to have scattered over taken a cold rlns lost by Thoma-O'Day- , town. KENTUCKY NEWS (us and Chris Kshman brothers of Lexington, In a pond an hour before Fiber made his cntch 23 and 25 years old respectively, were I taken to a Clnrlnntl hospital to be O'Day Identified the rlnc by Initial! CUT TO THE QUICK treated far hydrophobia. The oung engraved on the Inner side. men live on a rami near roster, a row f.en. (iasll Duke, TO years old, ol FOR BUSY READERS A otmg calf Louisville, most famous of all siirvlv miles from Augusta. InK Confederate generals, died In N'cw became sick and they put their lunula York. DnL-was a brotherln-l.iol In Its mouth to learn the trouble. The Morgan, fainoui "raid nnlmnl hit Imth nf them. Thn mlf's William JennlnKs I)ran will lour! tte 3o" ' head was sent to Bowling Green where tho state In the Interest of the Na cr. and reived through the war with traces of hjdrophobla were found. Morpans men, having command nl ttonal Democratic ticket. Whllo raxing an old residence tn them after Morgan was killed. Seven hundred and seventy-fouWith a window weight Hickman, to make way for a new one, gallons of beer were seized and de- window In their room as torn from a It was discovered that many planks n bludgeon, stroyed by officials at Providence, Ky. fieorgft Nop. 1G years old, of Louis- of the first layer of the double floor F. K. Ilrnokbank, of Augusta, Is the ville, and William Sexton, 14 years still showed plainly many blood stains champion fisherman of Kentucky. Ha old, of Portland, Ind., struck down which callod to mind that this buildtook from a trot line In one run over Keeper I). K. Johnson and made their ing was used as a hospital during the 100 pounds of fish. escape from the Detention Home at Civil War. Many wounded soldiers wero brought there during that time. Typhoid fever Is prevalent In x Lexington. An ofter of $200 reward for the ar- Later, a second floor was laid over number of mountain counties, where several deaths have occurred, accord- rest of Robert Combs, sought In Knott this floor, the stained planks thus havCounty, where he is charged with ing been covered all these years. ing to reports from Whltcsburg. abdnctltn of the daughter of Hcv. Hugh Partln, 18 years old. Barbour-vllle- , son of Scott, the probably was fatally wounded of near Ellzabethtoun. Rohert Combs, was made by Cover- The girl Is under 15 when hU father shot him when In a fell Into a tub of water and was nor Stanley ears of age. Combs Is supposed to high tree, mistaking his brown cap drowned, although the water was only he In Weat Virginia, for a squirrel. The two were out two inches deep. Workmen employed In the grading Five small children, the oldest not hunting when the youth volunteered and construction of a road near Nancy over 12 yc.irs of age, were left without to climb a tree In which squirrels unearthed two skeletons. A gold eagle father or mother when lightning killed were concealed.capAt a height of 70 projected over a bearing the date of 185S also was Henry Hose, 30 years of age, a farmer feet the boy's living near Denton. Hose was In his limb and the elder Partln took a shot found. Several officers of the First .Ken- barn when lightning destroyed it. He at the target, expecting the squirrel tucky Infantry, from Louisville, were was killed Instantly. HI young wife to fall. Young Tarttn fell Instead. A plan to ship Eastern Kentucky assigned to duty In the Twelfth In- died about six months ago. fantry at Ft. Bliss, preparatory to J. E. Robertson, Sheriff of Carroll coal to South America, where big begtnlng regular army work. county, was shot and killed when prices are being paid for fuel at the J. C. Miller sued the members ot attempting to arrest I.uclan Rice on present time, is being formulated by a Christian Church a charge that he had abused his aged group of Kentucky and Virginia capthe Campbellsvllle for $4,000, alleged to be due as a mother. Whin Rice opened fire on italists. It I proposed to spend ISO,-00- 0 for publicity in an effort to attract balance on the construction ot the the sheriff he was killed by Baxter Bright, a deputy. The shooting took the attention of Wall street business church buihlng. men and to have congress to enact Serjeant Leuter saved the lives ot place at Sanders, near Carrollton. two girls In Mammoth Cave by holdChecksof $100 each month received legislation calculated to Improve shiping back a rock which threatened to for the maintenance of Miss Edith ping faculties between the two AmerHe was seriously In- Williams, 21, of Louisville, ceased, icas. crush them. jured, and will likely get a hero medal. and she went to work. An attorney Mayor Benjamin Bosse, of Evans-vllle- , alligator was caught Investigated and found that an estate A three-foo- t the president of the Dixie llee In Dig Sandy River at Shelby, 12 worth 1150,000 wes left In trust for Line Association, has set October 3 by Richard ber by her father. An uncle, who as the tlmo for another official Inspecmiles south of Plkesville, RatcllrTe. There Is much speculation had cared for her and sent her checks, tion of the Dixie Bee Line from Evans-vlll- e to Springfield Tenn.. for the puras to how the alligator came to be In died. the nig Sandy. While .guarding prisoners at work ' pose of seeing Just what progress ai n t flnlma fnr thp nnu- - $11 ' 0(111 nOrt nr. ju u luuilir ruuu uuuui vile lufiu has been ntado In tho way of Improv -" mor plant to be erected by the Fed- - Williamsburg. J. T. Lawson was scrl-- 1 Ing t'p highway according to tho eral Government have been placed be- - ously Injured by a discharge of dyna-- plans made for It. A number of auto fore the authorities at Washington by mite. Three shots of dynamite were mobiles, bearing ulllclals Interested In Fort Thotr.n3. Mt. Vernon. WIckllffe. placed and only two fired. Lawson the Dixie llee Line proposition, will Dover, Louisville and Mlddleslnro. wet back to see about the third shot make the trip. It has been decided by tKe Itepub- - wnen It was discharged. His sight j llcan National Committee to send was destroyed. t t.it f T. f. I Theodore Roosevelt Into the moun-- MsB Juu Mackenl.c for :3 years' i: PLOWING DRY GROUND. tains of Kentucky to make severalm88,01lary ln Cnin8 BPnt oy ,ll8 speeches In the Interest of the cam- - KJrst muhi Cnurch uf Oversboro . iii ii iii iv e 111 I"aS"- died In that city. She , Announcement was made by I'resl- chna Th Souther Kor. Farmers vvbo expect to sow wheat I dent R. H. Crossfleld, of Lexington. e,gn MlssIon Hoard ordcre(i Uer this fall are considerably concerned Transylvania College, of which ,urn , AmcrCa. She was sent from over tho matter of getting the necesmil- he Is the head, will not Institute a Hongkong March 15, arriving In Ow-ltar- y sary plowing done, says the Kansas department for Its students dur- en8boro May 9 ' Farmer. Very little plowing has as 20 petroleum operators , yet been done. The grouud Is too hard About report-to plow without the uso of an exceshe 'ction around, n"b,,r; ed to the Kentucky Workmen1 Com- Even some Many , sive amount of power. pensatlon Board only one claim haslvllIe looklnB over rewho hnve IealnK and available territory U farmers from plowingtractors have the been submitted for adjudication. all,"e because of scarce One company has frained others having been settled with ground will belief that working t,etlts 1,?r,st ,c"tr,act-- . ,MaD , Knox Itijuro It, While this dry be tho cae 'he! sanction of the board members. may wl county celcbrat- !"c Residents of Clay In certain soils. It probably duet not c Id Is expected to come back ed tho first arrival of a locomotive Courty hold true lu general. We note that the I in that countv. The Cumberland and."1 Production. ngrlcultural college authorities nre ad Mrs. John H. Graves, of Georgetown, vising farmers to put on mure xwer. Manchester Railroad Company Is ex-pectlng to complete the road to Man-- has consented to present Scott county if necessary, anil plow the ground now In memory even If It Is dry, with a $25,000 hospital Chester by the end of Novomber. Oovernur Stanley has fixed Novem- ef her grandson, on condition that Grouud preiaied Inte does not ru ber 17 as tho date for tho electrocu- the people of the county maintain It. dure as good yields as that worked negro, of Ken- It Is tho Intention of tho committee early. When mlus come the plow oil tion ot Harry Garrison, ton County, convicted of tho charge ' In chargo that $5,000 per annum be floldi will readily absorb the water .. B1,a.plhA,1 fnr thn rnmlnf. flvft vp.ira Tho heavy growth i ,nA...i i. of weeds on ninny by the people of Georgetown and Kansas farms Is sapping what little electrocution. John K. Madden, of Lexington. soldjBcott county. moisture the soli contains. Charging that Vlnce Beard married! It Is not advisable to plow deep nt from Hamburg place, 75 head of hls shorthorn cattle. They are classed. Miss Winnie Galllmoro when Insane j this late dale. There lj not time enough as vxiiuri came ui iuu tyuu nuuwu usi yv. J, isearu, ins taiiiur, ui iwiuwuii, to get the niil bed properly settled the Christmas beasts, and are to be Ky., has Instituted suit In Memphis, If It Is plowed deep. shipped to England for the holidays. Tenn., to annul the marriage and shows a condition ot store thousands of dollars worth ot crops far above normal according tc' property that Beard gave his bride, CRIMSON CLOVER SEED. recent government figures. The com-- j Beard was married In Memphis, condition of all crops Is estlmat- j gust 17th. The bill says ho Is now In Samples of lots of crimson clocd at 108,7, a slight decrease as com-- the Ineane asylum at Hopklnsvlllo, ver seed now on tho market testmreti nun ed recently by tho United Statea luuuiuuu in sukubi. KcntUCKT, mo JU1U-Jsession ol ma western department ot agriculture usual-l- y It Is believed that the vote In the Kentucky State Normal School opened Louisville conference of the Methodhave contained about a third with 20 per cent more students than ist church which meets in Franklin, of dead seed and tn many samany other term. The Indications seem Sop. of the ple! more than two-third- s 2, will be unanimously to forecast that the enrollment of the In favor of the proposed union of the seed was dead. It Is lm(oi'tant, present year will reach materially over northern and southern branches of therefore, that farmers know the It was 1,820. 2,000. For 1915-1tho church. Since tho split many years Mrs, James Prlc, nf Lnwroticp Coun- ago chlA'ly over slavery, a union has seed they tntend to sow. ty, and four of Iter tMJiicn died as been proposed several times, but never Every lot of seed should be poisoning from a result of ptomaine tested for germination, and then materialized. It Is said that the proseating cabbage which contained poison pects are extremely bright this time. seeded heavily enough to lusuro In a vessel which generated the pol getting a stand. If the present Chief of Police LIndsey, of Louisson. Oillclals are making an Investl-g'alloh- , supply of seed of low gertntna. ville, reported that about half ot the tlon li sowed without testing t red light district of that city has dis'Thls year's crop of tobacco will be appeared under the process of elimiand it a usual rate of seeding 6 tne'blKRest cron that the Hurley dis poor stands and failures will by the Vice Commission trict. has hid since the bumper crop nation adopted that the police probfollow even under favorable ago, but 1012," according to'the statement a year ot weather conditions. of dealing with vice had bee of Col. John D. .Walker, prominent lem made more difficult because former tobacco and cigar manufacturer oJ residents ot the segregated district Mavsvll'n I'AINT LICK Mrs John L. Coldiron In Richmond. spent Fridsy A Nettleton Master Street Boot "THE Mr Illsir McLin was the guest of his family for the week end. Mr ana Mrs Lewis Guvn attended the circus nt Richmond Friday. Miss Janie Terril of Lancaster has been the guest of Mrs Woods Walker. Mr Wm Smith of Richmond was the guest of Miss Alma Lear, SuturiUj and bunday. Miss Estill Walker attended the funeral of Mr John Rout at Stanford on Wednesday, Mr and Mrs Ri'e Woods and children and Mrs E. L. Woods motored to Rich mond Friday for the Circus. Mr. and Mrs. W. I). Logsdon, Mr. ARDSLEY" T i'i- -In Black or Tan Calfakia and Mrs Frank Hord and daughter, and Mrs Charles tlerryman were guests of Mr and Mrs Tom Logsdon, Sunday. Mrs A. II. Estridge and family, Mr and Mrs E. C. McWhOrter and family mctired to Crab Orchard Sunday and spent the dsy with Mr and Mrs Hob Gaines. The smartly refined lines of this model, its thorall make n strong ough finish, its quality-loo- k in shoes. appeal to the man who seeks Hut more: in Muck calfskin, "The Ardsley" represents tho absolute utmost in wear ; in tan it is almost as durable. Nettleton shoes or n sound iiivesUnwit and a real economy. dress-value, culf-ski- n, PARKS Danville, The & HEINDRE1N INCOKrtlRA7l.ll. CO. Home 01 Kentucky. GokI Shoot-t- he Shoes." WorU's BRYANTSVILLE Misses Askins of Jessamine have been visiting Mrs Charley Deane. Mrs Fanny Bryant spent last week in Lancaster with Mr John Iiallard. Quite a number from here were in Lexington Thurrday to tee the circus. Mr. Norman Grow bas purchased handsome new Overland touring car. At the school election here Ssturdsy afternoon, Mr J. C Williams was elected trustee. Mrs Sallie it. Welch has returned from a visit to her daughter, Mrs Sam Deatherage ut Richmond. Miss Elizabeth Bryant who is teaching nt Paint Lick, has been ill severs! days suffering from an attack of ap pendicitis. Mrs W. T. Woo! folk and daughters. Misses Anna Lee und Marguerite Wool-folof Lexington, have been visiting MrsJ. Hogan llallard. Mr Woolfolk coming over Sunday for the day. k Ageot for MrMlttoa Men's Democratic SPEAKING HON. C. H. BEOUGH .,, ......................... ill n iii ill ill Democratic Nominee For Governor of Ar kansas, to Speak at LANCASTER lVVAt Miss Cecil Rowling entertained very delightfully last Saturday evening in honor of her visitor, Mis AUude Griffith of K. C. V. About twenty were present and a most enjoyable evening was spent. Monday Evening, October 16th, at 7:30 p. m. Hon. C, 11. Broutfh is one of the finest ntmpnijjner in the United Stutes. The National Committee ((.solicit Governor Brough tosmoke HO speeches in the slate ot Maine ilurinii the recent cninimitfn. We this liiillilv educated nrntnr for l.nn- nre indeed fortunate in euster. Those who (ail to hear this gifted fjetttlemen will nlwnys it. Every voter in this county should be in Lancaster on of October IGth at 7:30 o'eluik. fe-tfr- et Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville, Ky. North-boun- Come One. No. 10 No. 4 me All. Cincinnati Express, 4:30 tun dally Spe .m Ladies Especially Invited. R. L. ELKIN, Chm. Campaign Committee, No. 28 No. No. No. No. No. uj 0:03 cial, daily tllue Grass Special, daily except Sun...C:08 14 Carolina Special, 7:00 daily 6 Local Express, dally 1:35 Limited, 5:20 dally 12 Royal Palm, dally.. B:37 South-boun- a.m a.m p.m. p.m p.m S No. 11 Na 1 No. 13 No. No. 3 Express, Loc n 11:05 daily Royal Talm, dally..ll:20 New Orleans Lim11:35 ited, dally Carolina Special, daily 10:15 1 a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. T ON ia7 storm-proo- 'S'Tl LLGOOD Spe- cial, daily 9 11:35 p.m. SpcThalr iirtota'tifpiixjf-v- l ilislr wuiui. On the mark.t twcnty-nl- n yean, LdxhHM toifa UU .r ttlll tight and eood today, Tby f and laeipaiuivs. fins in apiHiaxaiwa, f& Sally 4 F clal, dally 11:52 p.m. Grass Special, dally except r Sunday, arrives.. 8:1 6: pan. For rates, routes and information call upon or address M, J, Coughlin, gent; 'phone 34C, No. 27 Blue lorldn ut ,y Local Con tractors' or Cortrifiht Metal Roofing Co, SO North 23rd Street. Philadelphia, Pa,