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The Central Record, Thursday Sept 16, 1915. KAISER.WAR HERO, FORTRESS OF t i Correspondent Describes Grcal Martial Spectacle After the Siren jhold Icil. Mtl.ITAIIY extorts lioth la Amer. Ic-.i nnd i; bread agree that the evacuation of fortress after fortress by the Ilusslnn grand army U Indicative of the fact that the grand duke leeognlzes the Inferiority of the ltusslnu forces to those of Uie Teutonic allies. It is plnln from the dispatches received In this country thnt I'rzcmysl nnd I.ublln were nlwindoncd without defenso nnd that Kovno wns Klven up nfter the fall of the outer oris. Iletwcon the line of the German re- iwrts one can rend that only n small i force was left In Novogeorglevsk for the purpose of preventing the Hermans repairing the bridges ncross the Vis. , tula nnd preventing any navigation of this river until the main Illusion nrmy could make snfe Its retreat. Ossowotz nnd ltrcst l.ltovsl; were held only tern- ; riorarlly to cover the retreat nnd then nbandoned with small rear guards, which, of course, were captured by the n V 1 a 3RAUDEN2 MARIENBURG 0 PRZASNYSZ OSTR0lENKA'pr" frfiORN POLTUSW. NOVOGEORCIE qtt- PLOCK w- BLONIE a GROJECQ L LODZ SIERADS T of 0 ( jcr ) PIOTRKOWi 0POC2N0)KAD0r1 r (. J- SCALC OP MILES IO ZO S0 40 SO 75 100 E-anonaat PRONTVRUNES '"'V MAIN RAILROADS Q- FORTS Teutons. It l.s plain that the Ilusslan army, however much weakened, Is still strong. Could Capture Petrograd. It Is equally plain that If the Ilus slan army could not i-tand on either of Its fortress barriers It cannot hope io stauu in Die open Held. There Is oroom for reasonable doubt thnt If rfhb tiaiscr should -ce tit to make tbo t .'cforjand take the risk he can drive Ails nriuy to lvtrograd. j ' In this event be takes n double risk, lie proceeds far Into hostile territory nnd opens himself to the Mime kind of counterattack with which the Itus lans destroyed XiipoIoon'H grand army, lie also removes the bulk of Ids lst troops to n very great distance from the western front. , The nccompiinyhig map shows the tremendous ndvames mado by the In vaders. The e aenatlon ,of the fortress of Osowetz by the Itusslans cleared the wny for the Hermans to circle Jllulystok (1), Houth of which the army of l'rlnce Leopold of llavarta has reached the great forest of llialowles. Austrian nnd Herman armies then took Utrest IJtovsk ('.';, approaching the Les na river on the north, l-'rura Kovel (31 a double nioieuieiit Is being citrrlod out. Austro-dermali cavalry Is mor lngon Kobrlu (I), with the evident In tention of tutting the railway from 3Jret I.ltovsk to I'Iuk, at the same l. r.l,1l.- .1.....,. ff rrlrm .TSUcerTig UTe i ta?ca i IU ll'L 4,ltUI0lt, JIIIU 111 illU VIU- lynsky (3) there is Utile activity. Kaiser at Novogeorglevsk. tlerman Joy was unconflned ned nt tho i New York the follow- fall of Novogeorglevsk. The Times corresiHiude.it sends the Ing story ulmut the reception of tho knlscr In thut fortress city: y rare good luck 1 stumbled upon tbo Interesting experience of seeing the kaiser nlleld for tho second time. Ho liad motored from Warsaw to view the fallen fortresses. , Whcu nprronclilng tho outer fort on the cast front n Held gray car contain .lag tho war minister. Wild von Iioheu- er direction lend, to tin, Lmportant , wtyOlie blue Or.ler atYwr . fof n ,,, bases of South Uussla, hi tbo north nt Ids throat j . . he main moveuient against the "sec- n p,- u.:i ,, , . ",""" " nnd line" alius at'vil.m ...id possibly Amy 0ne B,t F"m,ly- . lur W , ' f"',n f Itteyond that nt Slinsk, both ImiKirUint This Impresslie and solitary figure . low, the k,ilce, ch.iltliii; with the eon mil.- ,.nt.,e. iw vhriimu v. dominates! the assemblage. A thrill 'lucror of Antwerp nnd .Sovogeor- "1 he Central Record $1.00 Per Year Lancaster, ENTERS THE MUSKl Mllita;y experts Say That Grcml Duke Kccoj .les Inferiority of Russian forces. 5 j .w born, whizzed punt. Tin- Indications flint KuncthlnK I'l- ivns dolus were eon tinned presently hj the night of hull n mile of (iirmuti troops strctchliiK n cross the plain In parade formation. Wc wore Jut In I line to elenr tlie ronil when the Imperial automobiles herald oil the knlser'H coming. The barren Polish ptnlu nnd bleak gky overhead now witnessed n gather Ini: of notables perhaps unsurpassed during the war. While the band with brnsjos. fifes nnd drums dlscourrcd march music the kaiser, followc I by a brilliant frnhi. walked with n lone, firm stride out In front of the victorious troop, standing at rlcld nttentlon. It wns a provision- nl brigade uf about 10,000 lighters. The bearded lnndtnrui nnd Inntlwehr In f.mtry formed u double Hue of Hold gray figures, das llrcl from the haul fighting. Itehtnd them In double llno were squadrons fMl mounted Jaegers who had won t' rv on the I'ciozlnn. Uhlans, cuirassiers -forest of sloe' CUrtfJKKlK ERBURfr (t MARIAHPOL rM IVaUAl Mil r mm nvi lata rr - w Vim-BSB , r r? mr1 LIDA WARSAW SIEDLRESTUTOVSK uur,ur( owu V MIEMYniECZ OtlADZYrM PRIPf r MARSM VLODAVA1 IVANGOROO OKRANOTAW M J 1 r I 4m a I II HI IpI CO VUOIMIR VOWMSKVk o lw OPATOW. o V ZAMOSC.'TW!: THE ATTACK ON RUSSIA'S "SECOND lances, backed by battery of field artillery. Weary veterans were electrified us the kaiser pushed up nnd down tho lines, looking them over tvlth keen glances. Even the Bands Charge. I bad the good fortune once to t lie i close enough to catch a Hash of Ills eyes, ror wuich tiiese men cuecriuny die. Then the commanding general shrieked out u high pitched commnm. that set the whole mass In motion. Cuvalry nnd Infantry on both wings charjre.1 nhead. the landsturu, w ith lev- r e e.1 bayonets hven the Uiml-s men i charged. A M-rlos of evolutions were quickly executed nnd resulted In n huge s;1 are of troops n.,ut the kal.er nnd his retinue. Then n deathlike si- I lence fell on the troops, as the kaiser advanced alone to the i enter of the 8iunre. 1 bud u place directly opsIte the kaiser, whu was not UTty yards away, and I was nble through my fleldglasses to mark his every slightest move and tho-changlng shades of ex pression that mirrored his emotions. The kaiser wore n gruy-green cloth covered spiked helmet, a ftng unddark greenish gray oiorcoat, with the hood hanging down the back Tho coat as It Hupped showed n blight led lining. There were broad red stripes on the i trousers of the uniform of n Prussian 1 general. He also wore n leather Ml , with .. revolver lu a bolster at bis left Lm walking cane, but no ' nilUIU. 4l "-MJ . .-..w. .. w .. ...... , I went through the closely lacked ranks I i as he began his address with "beloved . troops." This seemed to glorify each IlTe." Vou felt that these soldiers were one" Jnrpo family and that the kaiser wos talking Jo tliemnsn father. A high staff otriccr confirmed my Impression that the kaiser was not delivering u set sm-ech or tnlklnir for nubl cation ' lie tns IllKf ntmint- his fivmna In tlin 1 Held, speaking to them from the heart, I proud of their achievements, sorrowing I for their losses and solicitous for their ' future and telling them so. Unfurtu- natcly I was unable to tnko down his address verbatim while holding tho In Advance. Kentucky. fiel.lglnsses. Moreover, this would be exceptionally dlfllcult owing lo the tts. scr'a tcuipernmeutnl style of delivery, which. In Intensity of feeling nnd ex pression, was reminiscent of ltooscvclt. but with more restraint nnd dignity, lie used short, crisp phrases, i nch with a punch. shaking In it lilj.Ii, clear voice audible n lnituln.it yards uwny With the ring of pride In bis voice ' nnd mini, he praised the troops for the ' victory Hint had crowned their stand-1 1 nrds with laurels. With great earnest- j licss, tinged with conviction, be smke 1 of the hnnt work still to lie done by I I them. Then voice nnd features sof tened ns he Invoked the continued pro.' tectlon of the Lord of hosts. The In tensity of bis religious feeling etnnii- ' cd with dramatic genuineness words that read platitudinous when trans- , inted Into English. ! It wns almost n physical relief when after the tension the knl'er finished his ten minute talk the brigade com mander called for three cheers for "the kaiser nnd the fatherland" nnd n triple liurmli from 10.UK) throats rolled over the plain. Polish Refugees There. 1 looked nrour.d to the ruined Uus slnn fort nt the back, to the pillars of dense smoke rising from Novogeor glevsk, to the Polish refugees, men, women cnrrylng baU'S, lieddlng and household goals, children, dogs, cows nnd horses straggling along the miry road. A long, dirty brown lino at the back, stretching over the horizon, being the 20,000 prisoners nliout to enter Oer- mnny, added the finishing touch to the wonderful picture. Hut there wns more to come. The crazy little band played "Hell dlr 1m KOBRIN' LINE." Slegcrkrauz" ns the kaiser saluted and stood at uttentlou. Then lie walked away to rejoin the group of notables. ow as the dominant figure the Ual-er had to share honors with Vun Illnden burg, who uvertnpifd the knler by Inches. The grim Held luarxhal liowod low as the wur lord c1uk4sI his baud. Tue iKO nmnlDx iu conversation sev oral minutes. Then the kaler talked with and con gratulated the mild ejod nnd lniylsh faced Von Iteseler. the Oermau batter ing ram, wtiuxe gentle nniniirnnco Is deceiving. (Ik. mr mM nlmyn. nnd the war minister. Wild von IIoheiilHirii, Joinfsl the Intimate group with the kaisers personal eii- - . .,,. "...? ,., . , .J and military cnblnet, stun" of general nnd other notables hovering near for the Impressive ceremony. A dozen honor men. heroes of Novo georglcvk. wore prewntisl to tire knh-er, who ipiestloneil each nnd shook Ills blind. Then Von Uiudenliurg him self pluncd Iron crosses of the first class tn their breasts "Well Done!" Says Emperor. Tho kaiser's every handclasp said plainer titan word'. ' Well done," Then came n dramatic moment ns r. with . eatel, In Invoice ' ", ""V, v ttn,hl' "'''I", 1 . '". '"T. i T caK To glevsk. passed Ihroush n gap In the human tujuare, followtsl by Von Hln- Uetiburg and others, ami wiiiKcd to Waiting automobiles on the ronil sot) yards away. The l:ulcr strode with Jong steps, swinging Ids cane as ho wnlkisl. An onlooker could not help Uing Impiessed by Ids tremendous vl- VUUf ns no cntereu tne nutoiuomio nun 80t tWn. . ,. Then tie kulser, with (JcllernI von" Kescler Is-slde hi in and General von Palkcuhnyn on the front seat, motored Into Lurnlnr Novogeorglevsk to view the forts of the citadel and the wur looty. Shown at Roman's Opera kHiH r i. ar I SLONIM TVs-' onnunvviioni i r , i PINSK 1 i W 7 )V 1 tlif. xfttu no i.linriw illmi inn tits. WIRELESS PHOTOS ARE TAKEN IN DARK Indiana Inventor Says Piciure Can Bh MaU at Long Ranga. i CLAIMS THEM USEFUL 111 WAR Closely Guards Secret by Which H Says Objects Can Bt Photographed a Mile Away on the Darkest Night. Willing to Turn Over His Device to United States Officials. Arthur Ilutts, twenty-eight years of age. of llruzll, 1ml., has Just Invented wireless liotogmphy. lie declares It will lie of Immense, value In warfare, enabling the taking of pictures of forts nnd armies mnny miles nway, either In the darkest night or the brightest day. The secrets of thi wonderful Inten tion Ilutts will not divulge, his tmrpusu being to mnke It Impossible for nny one to steal the secrets for use of nuy other nation. I.Ike lMlsou, he will bo qulto willing to ghe the proper author ities full Information In case the ('tilt ed States eler N-cotncs Involved -In I wnr, but he positively refuses to hint nt the mechanism or chnractcr of his Invention, i Telle of His Apparatus. j "With my pre-iei.t apparatus, which ! Is operated by u six cell dry battery," I pais Uutts. "I can stand nt the bottom of n deep well or In a mine, for that matter, and take ii photogtuph of nn object a mile nnd n half away. "And, what Is ufore, the nppnmtus will register on the photograph the distance In feet from the object photo graphed to the place where the pho tographer operates. With high xner the photograph may be taken from two to four mlloa nwny or even far ther, according to the voltage." To demonstrate the success of his apparatus Itutts took n photograph of tbo Hrnzll Clay company's plant, a mile and a half nway, one dark and rnlny night. The photograph is ns plain as though It had been taken by a regular camera nt n short dltnnce Could Wcrk Secretly. Ilutts states thnt in cn-s his Inven tion should Is- used In warfare he could nrraiw the apparatus so that none of It could Is- seen and take ns many pictures as he needed without attracting the least nttentlon. He Is working on a larger machine, nnd ns soon ns It Is completed be will demon strate Its power nnd feasibility for u-e In warfare before military exiwrts I He lias nlready received many com j munlcntlons regarding his Invention. nnd mnny noted Inventors Unc asked to see tne demonstration or ins claims, but the young Inventor hns if fustsl to ; j gKe nny Information regarding hLs In- i i ventlon until he has secured certain j patents, and then he will demonstrate j I what can le done with his npparatus I before military experts only Works on Other Inventions. Ilutts nlready has demonstrated his j Ingenuity by two Intent Ions, line is n safety device for delators nml mine cages, which lias been pronounced the only Invention of the kind that has proved u success. He also Is working on an Invention which he clnltns will enable the farm ess successfully to tight the Hi-sstan j fly. He lx-lleves h" will have this In vention ready to demonstrate within n few months. Howeii-r. he Is now de- j .otlng his time to his latest mid most Important Invention, wireless photog. ' raiby. MUST NOT OWN A TRUNK. Besides Teacher at Humbug Canyon School Must Be Mule Rider. Provided Ml-s Auule Smith will con sent to dispense with a trunk nnd ride a pack mule, she will bo employed ns a teacher at the l!od Point school. In I In inliiig canyon, near Towles, Oil The locality Is near the summit of the Kterrn. it ml no wagun road reaches It. Ingress Is made on foot or by sure footi-d mules which thread the rlbtioii of trail Killing from Towics station The scIhkiI directors esjusially stlpu lated that the prospective teacher should not bring n trunk. The reopoiilng t.f the school was made iHsessary by n family with eight children moling tut the district. PRISON STONES. STATUE BASE. Joan of Arc Monurr.nt Will Be Erect ed In New York A statue of Joan of Arc ustrlde her charger In bnuwe, Ij be creeled at Itiv erslde drle nnd .Ninety third street. New York, will lest upon n pedestal made from the stoi.is of her prison nt Itoueti, Trance The tost of the monu. tuetit win 1 about S'.Ti.iKNj nnd has iieeri raftsT' euliiely Ly private sub, scrlptlou. The sivtlou of the dungeon of tho heroine of Prance purchased nnd brought here nfter the Trench govern ment had fujled to preserve It Includes i."J "blocks of iimesfonc. Anna Vnughn Hyatt designed the statue. ses4t 4 Double Headed Rescue. man" unj to knock a six-year-old boy from n box car to s.ivo him from being cruilieij ngilnst a brldgo abut ment nt Ucllevllle, N. J and then had to Jump Into the river and rcscuo the boy from drowning. House Each MondayJNight Some Queer Ones J Olrl, with t".7C." executions to cred it, Is champion fly swatter of I'enpack, N. J. Hecnnso he lost his glass eye Wash ington man had to postpone his nod ding. Iloston driver gave three pints of blood to save life of man Ids truck ran over. Oklahoma corn so high farmers arc I advertising for tallest men In statu to . ' gather It. Waterloo, Ont, has n hen that In sist on laying her eggs from top of a cherry tree. l ire drill orders tn gentle tones nved 200 tine cows when lightning fired dairy at ralrfleld, N. J, Kind of gns Germany Is using In war Is to bo tried out on Jersey skectcrs by state extermination commission. Thirty-five years' courtship convinc ed South Norwnlk (Conn.) couple their lovo wns real, and they have married. Window shades for cows Is the lat est wrinkle. Thomas P. Itynu has put curtains at nil the window of his Mr glnla barn. Commissioner of safety In Icnver holds that the ordinance requiring tall lights on vehicles nt night applies to sauuic- norses. YEAR 1 A. D. FILLED WITH ALL THE GAYETIES OF LIFE Ancients Spent J 35,000 on Rotes and Dined on Forty Dollar Fiih Dinner, The bonstfutness of the modem man over ancient man was punctured nt several l-olnts by the Iter. Cumden SI. CoU-rn. urclincologbt of Allegheny col lege, Meadvtlle, Pa., who was one of the speakers nt the lltble conference at Wlnoim Lake, ML Mr. Cobern's picture of the cltlien of the 3 ear I, or therealsiuts, living la ia.se. luxury and with convenience, Ii bncd on his own research and that of other lniestlgntors of the earth's pioneers. Here are some of the things describ ed by Ir. Colern which existed at the Is-rlod contemrniieous with the K glnnlng of the Christian tnt: Shorthand was a. common then as It I now. Klr-valors nere run tn certain palntUI homv. Pit ortran. drlvtn by wiitrr rower wrr. In ue. Flats were for rent Itotitls nire bultt on rnncreto frem three to flte feet deep, excelling the lx-st auto mobile drtles ot the prest-nt dy Commuters lived In the' suburb of th. Cities. tiurKtcal Inetruments urre In uu almltar to ttiosv which n certsin Amersmn rsist clan Inventwl. not having henitl of the ancient Instrument KphMuin liail a library unequateO ty any Caniecic tiaa erected. There were seventy trail, unions In Home and man) dleputes on nagid. One ancient epicure sae a dinner at nhlrh the fifth course cost tv a plate Another spent lll.'fcw for msa. Anottier eient 994V" fur ruca. Hr. Coberu nsserteil that St. Pnul IliiI bow legs nml was tnarrliil. He was not to be blamed for either fnct. Ir. Cotiern said, for he was lru with crooked legs and could not escape ceu. sure If he declined matrimony, as the ecclesiastical n ( til- time alloneil only mnrrltsl tui ii to vole- CUPID ROUTS BACHELOR MAIDS Takes Prisoner Three of Leading Spir its In Man Hater' Club. Cupid Is rtddllug the ranks of the In decndcut Order of liachelor Maids, an organization comprised of well known joung uuiucti of I 'It man. .V J mid within the last )ear threo of the lend ing memW-rs bine broken their solemn pleilges to scorn mere man and hnve succumbcsl to the wiles of tho little god. A further WoAv to the bachelor girl's club has Is en the announcement of the engagement of Miss Vestlnn I'urch. one of the otllcers and n leading spirit lu the organization, lo Harry Edward of llustleton. Pn. HAT SiWES GIRL'S LIFE. Wire Frame Protects Her Head From Falling Hammer. A wire frame lu her hat saved the life of Miss I.llll.in C Wochrle, twenty years old, of IScniuton, Pn.. when a machinist's hammer fell from a four story building ...id struck her on the head. .Miss Wochrlu is at the State hospital Buffering from u severe scalp wound. She was on her way lo the court house when a roof repairer let the hammer drop. I'hjslcinns say the wire In the young woman's hat snved her from a fractured skull and perhaps Instant denth. KAISER HAS 58 U BOATS. Neutral Authority 8ays This Figure Is Correct. The (Icrninn undersea fleet com prises fifty vltjlit submarines, accord ing to u neutral authority who linn Jwt return?! lin'enfiiarli from tlermuny (lermnny's I'nllle licet, according lo (he same uutfiority, consists of thirty clglt! warships. Six thousand Marines from Kiel hate been sent tn the easteru lighting front to re-enforce tho ylonoor tcrvlco of the nny. Many People In This Town never' really enjoyed a meal until we advised them to take a Dyspepsia Tablet before and alter each meal. Sold only by us 23o a box. R. E. McRoberts 1 I I ! J -4eieeeeMMoeoi;4i Or. J. S. GILBERT. . OFFICE CENTRAL RECORD 11UII.DING Office Phone fill Itetldencq Phone 41 I.ANCASTKK, KY Ii. Morrow, Graduate Oifcne ()li)f Filler. S4tlfcllon Ouir.uteed Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. H. J. PATRICK, Dentl-st. Paint Liok. Kentucky John JI. Casey, I). V. 9. Veterinary Surgeon. Gradiiatf I'incinnnti Vctcrintiry Cnllte. Olliceat W. II. Ilurttn's Sale Stable. Night Phone 211. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Olllce Over Naliomil Hank. Itesidcnre Phone 3. Olllce. Phone 27 I.ANCASTKK. KV For All Kinds of ROUGH LUMBER, see G.C. COX, Manse.Ky 'J1' Olllce Hour. ! ? l?.JS . H. K. Denny aufl W. A. Wheeler Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Office "loriftrt Hutlduiituiri Hart X Audrr I.A.N'CASTEi:. KKNTUCKY, Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Oilier Mt Itniney s Uvery Stable. Lnncnster. Kenttickj HARRY JACOBS Manufacturer nnd Dealer in High-Class Monuments. Original Detins ami Prompt Ser vice (jtinrntiitiil Qiuility. Con iiectioin at nil Crnniie nml Mnrlilc Qunrrifb. Uflice and Works on Cemetery Hill CIohiI on Saturdays Telephone HVt. Stanford, Kentucky. MONEY TO LOAN at Five Per Cent on Farm Lands. For particulars see W. F. CHAMP. Citizen National Hank, I.uncimttr, Ky STRAWBERRY PLANTS Fruit and Shade TraeS Our first offering of the remarkable Mammouth Pearl Potato Kverythinjl for Orchard. Lnwn nnd Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. H.F.Hillenmcyer & Sous. Lexington, Kentucky. 151. 1915 lountj Coiffhjrj. Itichmond, lit. Monafy. Paris. Ut. Monday. Frankfort, lit. Monday. Unrrodiliurc, let. Monday. Lexington, 2nd, Monday. Stanford, 2ml.Mor.iUy. Shclhyvllle. 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd, Mondr;. LnwrcncrburE, Snl. Monday NIcIioIhsvIIIc, .Ird. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somrm't, 3rd. Monday, (Jeorifetown, 3rd. Monday. IiANCASTKIt. 4th. Monday Winchester, Ith. Monday, Montlcello, 4th. Monday, Versailles, 4th, Monday. POSTED The underpinned hereby jr'7 warn ini; to all persons not to trespass Uion our kinds for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all olTcnders to ful lst extent of l law Hunters and. Kishrrmen especially take notice. Kd & N II l'nce . U Klkln W. It. Cook. Mrs. Hebrccii J. West. II. C. Arnold. James 0. Conn, J. C. MorRan. J. I. Illand. J. II. and W. S. Weaver We will mid other namm for 2.' cents cash. Personal Stationery j Should be Engraved or I Embossed nowadays. ( It reflects good taste and iat once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. Tit 12 Central Record. L. & N Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. iKltlk'E. No Hi; 5.-t0. in. To Mayaville. connectir.K at Klchmexi with I. & N to Frankfort A- I-oui.ille; at Winchester with C A O to Lexing ton & Krankfort, Mount Sterling fc Ashland, at I'aria to Cincinnati. No 71 ; (iuTo n. in. ToKowlaiHl k Stanfonl connecting at Itowlaml, I. A: N to all Hitnts South .S'o 2s; 11:01 n. m. ' To HichuioiHl, eoiinectini; with I. & N to Irvine A- lleattyville, I.cninnton .t Cincinnati. Miildlesborn & Knoxville. No 70; ll0n. m. To Hichtnotid. cnutieclini; with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:J p. in. To lAiuisville, connecting nt Lebanon Junction to Klizabethtown & llowlinK (ireen, and nt Hardstnwn Junction to Hardstown & Springfield. No 'J; X:t2 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast train to Ilristo) A-Atlanta. Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville, Ky. Norlli-bounil. 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