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The Central Record, Thursday Sept 16 1915.
:sn PS Loiioi.3ri.ircEifF1 nKse awittpanilonforAs- Promolcs DicsttonJChr rrfJ- ikss una ms run .1 mm-ttw Opiiiniorphlnc ror Mineral ma AHCUTIC. JtrrytttMIkXMmriUin JtxhlttWi. imr. Anerfftl rVmtdv fornroR'i 1 1on . Sour StOBuclt.Dlanfra N onas jrmrfu!$iorts.Fonisli ncssanJ LossorSixtR The CcNTAi-n Comtaiu; NEW YORK. CASTDRIA For Infanta and Chtldron. The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of PAINT LICK I IIAMMACK mr.u. m. lrea.wny wan in nou.s- M Katie Clark visited her slater vine me past week. Mr. Menfee MeOuerrv. A scries of services began Rundsy l M,M Ne,ie nmJ Ssje eM,ey mornijig at Mt Tabor. MnrkuliUrv with their moth.r- MiMMarKarctKra-.clsli.tl.ecue.tof! Mr. Edns Scott Is visiting friends. Mrs, Ann Robinson In Lancaster. at UvitU ,, i,ancar ,h, Wl.c!(. .Mr, ICoLiort Arnohl nrxl sons, or men- Ad Etact Copy of Wrapper, In Use For Over Thirty Years CASTORIA BE IN A POSITION TO SHIP YOUR HAY TO THE BEST MARKETS The best prices prevail in localities where little hay is grown and where there is a limited amount of storage space. Haled hay can be readily shipped and occupies only one-fifth the space required to store loose hay. Our line of International Motor Hay Presses includes 1 ixlS-inch Bale Chamber with I II C :, 4, or C-H. I'. Engine. 1C. IS-inch Bale Chamber with 1 II C J or O-II. V. Engine. 17.22-incii Bnle Chamber with I II C C-H. P. Engine. International Motor Hay Presses will bale more hay in a piven length of time than any other press of equal size. The sclf-fceder, tonue joint plunger, power jack, bale tension and sprinp; roller tucker arc features worth looking into. Drop in and see us the next time you are in town. 5ecler, PHONE 27. gallard Sc Scott, BRY ANTSVILLE. Kv monil, were quests of frler.ds here Sun ilay Mr. John V. White of RietitwHtd', wns Jhi' guest of Edwin Walker for the week-end Messrs Woods, J. Wado, nmi It. J. Walker It-ft Monday for the State Fair in Louisville. Dr. Ilunlelle Ilamsoy wlw has been ipJlle III at the home of his son, is able to lie out again. Mrs. nr.ictt Kemper, Tf turnodTues day to her home in Lexington after a visit to frlerds. Mrs. Pnttle Englcmon, of Pueblo, Colorado has been the guest of Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Miss Mattie Woods left Wednesday for Madisn Institute where she will finish this yenr. James Woods and Author Eklridge leave, this week to enter Central I'nivcrsity for the year. .Mr. nmi Mrs. It. G. Woods left Wed nesday for Louisville where they will tuke in the State Fair. Mrs. Thompson Itamsey nod Miss I.ucile. of Lancaster, spent Saturday with Mr and Mrs. Burdette Ramsey. Miss Docih Metcalf entertained Sat urday evening at cards. Delicious re freshments were served and the even ing wns most enjoyably spent by all present. I'KKACHERSVILLK Miss Margaret Lunsford was at (leech Orove Sunday at church. Mr. Sam Ramsey and Miss Annie llarnes, of Crab Orchard were in Preachersville Monday. Mr. George GoinsMs quite ill of small pox at his home here. We understand the homes of a few of the neighbors huve been quarantined as they had frequently visiteil him before it known the diseaso was small pox The school, Sunday school and all public gatherings have been ordered stopped by the Hoard pf Health. The protract ed meeting at the liaptl.it church has been indefinitely iiostponed. Mr. Timothy W. Payne and Miss Nan nie Carpenter were united in the holy bonds of matrimony last Thursday afternoon at the home of Mr. and .Mrs. W. C. HIankenship. Itev. E. II. TKrn ton was the otiiciating minister and rendered n very impressive ceremony so those present testify. The weddin enme as quite a surprise to their many friends who were aware that thev were quietly courting but did not conside their intentions as being serious. Ilu Cupid will have his Inning and noneare proof against the arrows of Hymen' helper, and staid bachelors aro not im mune. The groom is the youngest son of the late Wm, Payne and was reare here and is knowmas one of ourhaidet working young men, honest, sober am 11 gentleman in every respect. While capital hand at any kind of work h excels us a carpenter and a fellow hus to hustle to keep up with him. Ill bride is the youngest daughter of th late David Carpenter and is an Hccom plished young house-keeper, a. good cook and worthy of the man of he choice. We exteml our heartiest con grntulations to the happy young couple and hope they will never know sorrow and life will be one unending song. Mr. and Mrs. K. D. Cook visited Mr. and Mrs. L W. AIcQuerrv Sindav Air. George Pilnter Is with his sister Mrs. Ilettle Pointer of Lincoln county, llr. ham Held" of Jestfltnine county was shaking bands with old friends here Saturday and Sundav. Itev. Owens filled the pulpit Sunday at Goo(J Hope church. Itev. A. C. IJaird was called to the mountains to preach a funeral Sunday. .Mr. Charles Dillon was hauling tobacco Friday and the team became frightened and started to run. Mr. Dil Ion was thrown from the wagon ami oom wneris passed over him He was badly bruised about the head and shou'- ders, but will recover. Chamberlain's Liniment. If you are ever troubled with aches pains or soreness of the muscles, you will appreciate the good qualities of Chamberlain's I.initrent. Many suf ferers from rheumatism and sciatica uive used it with the best results. It s especially valuable for lumbago and sine back. For sale byull dealers. A WAY up in the mountains of Western North Carolina ore the beautiful and attractive resorts of Ashevillc, Black Mountain, Hendersonville, Bre vard, Lake Toxaway, Saluda, Waynesville, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vacation nt one of these cool and delightful places or ntTate Spring, Tcnn. Round trip Excursion tickets arc on sale daily, good until October 31st, via Southern Railway I PromlarCtrrler of the South-Stop-overs allowed at all points. Three special Low Rate Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. For full infoimstlonsec Ticket Agent, Southern Rallway.or write II. II. Todd, Cislilct Passenger Agent, Louisville, Kentucky, DAKOTA JACK The Nof1h"lcrn Cooboy omaiNtTo ot PURSLXY S INDIAN HERBS Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES have mads his name famous all over the United States and Canada. Composed of Roots, Herbs, Baiks and Berries. For treatment of Human Diseases. IMrslty's ladlan Herbs a Dm' Trestment. 1 00 Dakota Jack's Cowboy Llalmnit . 2Se Dakota Jack's Creme Soap. Pilce 10. 3 bars 2U .U.L ON SALC AT C. C. 4 J. E. Slormes and R. E. McRocerls. McCREARY Mrs. S. A. Hill has been ill. Mr. W. II. Heozley and family were recent visitors at llerea. Mrs. U. L. Uurton is reported very much better at this writing. Miss Marv Ham was the guest uf her friend Miss Edith Ray, Sunday. Mrs. J. R. Tinslev entertained Itev. P. II. Canaray Saturday Hnd Sunday. llradley llourne leaves Monday for Lexington where he will enter college. Mrs. Forest Calico wes the guest of Mr. Ambrose Calico and family last week. Mrs. Mike Forbes was in Lancaster Saturday the guest of her mother, Mrs J. W. Raney, who is ill. Miss Edna Gulley was the attractive f;uest of Mr. Robert Gulley and family ast week. Mrs. John Lay ton was hostess at a well appointed noon day dinnerSunday, the honor guests being Mr. anil Mrs. T. 0. Hill. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hrad.huv and L. T. Ilradshaw and family, A most enjoyable day was spent by those assembled. Stomach Catarrh Is Very Prevalent T i tl rli'.r 1 catirrh Is a rreva'cr.t 3lst tse. Catarrh nf tuts tan MC'inieh -Ts often as any -thjp t-rv-i n IVrl.aps evry th.rj persrn U mil sr less trouMc J w!tk.r'omucli catarrh. IVpina la extensively used tu llitse caras. THE r.ntABic rtwut REMEDY PERM ENDORSED AT HOME Such Proof as This Should Convince Any Lancaster Citizens. The public endorsement of a local citizen is the best nroot that can be produced. None better, none stronger can be had. When a man comes for ward and testifies t his fellow citi zens, addresses his friends awl neigh bors, vou may bf sure he Is thorough ly convinced or he would not do so. Telling one's experence when it i tor the public good s ah act of kindness that should be appreciated. The fol lowing statement given by a resident of Lancaster adds one more to the many cases or Home hndorsement which are being published about Doan's Kidney Pills. Read it. . C. Davis, tailor. Danville Pike Lancaster, says. ".My kidneys were disordered and I suiicred from aching poins across the small of my back. The irregular kidney action obliged me to rise at night. I have considerable binding to do in my work and I became easily tired and languid Doan's Kid ney Pills relieved me." Price GUc. at all dealers. Don't sim ply a for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that Mr. Davis had. Foster-MHbuin Co., Props.. Ilutfalo. N. Y. "I Don't Foci Good" That Is what a lot of people tell u.' Usually their bowels only need cleansing. will do tbo trick and make you feci Cne. Wo know this positively. Take ona tonight. Sold only by us, 10 cents. ' R. E. McRoberts HL'ENA VISTA CARTERS VI LLE. Little Denver Redwine is very ill. Mr. Ernest Gabbard left for Ohio Sunday. Miss Lenna Hollon spent the week end in Rerea. Mr. Robert Creech will enter Herea Colege Tuesday. The meeting at White Lick Haptist church closed Sunday night. .Mr. E. R. Ray, the assessor, was here A'ednesday and Thursday. Mr. and .Mrs. Tom Allen are proud parents of a daughter born Sept. 11th. Misses Rosalina and Susie and Mr. John liinum Alten of Denver Colorado, ure visiting here'. nr. c t,. r.stridgc was struck over the eye with a ball In the Carte.aville- Hattie game Saturday. Messrs C. S. Roop and Felix Penning ton are working on the new school house at Beechwood. ; Misses Nellie Heazley of Marksbury and Sallie Anderson of Manse were guests of Miss Cora Roop last Saturday and Sunday. ' .Mr. Harry Turner and Miss Mvrt.'e Ifedwine were married at Lancaster Thursday, September 9th. A team uf our boys went to Rerea, to play the Hattie Baseball NineSatur4 lay. The score was 5 to In favnr nf flattie. Miss Florence Christopher of Ilurgi spnt the week's end here. Mr. J. Tlui Christopher is visiting in Lexington this weeK. .Messrs A. D. Scott ami It'.l.At Ribl were In Lexington Monday on businww .Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ruble of Dan ville visited his mother the first of the week. .Mr. llenj. Allen aad family nf George town were gtitsls of Mrs. L. H. Naylor Sunday ,ur. ami .Mrs. John Kunle or near Danville spent the week's end with relatives. .Mr. htanley Noae of Ilurgin spent Saturday and Sunday with his sister Mrs. J. W. Scott Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. C. Scott of Har- rodsburg are spending the week with Mr. J. E. Scott and family. Messrs. John L. Christopher and tl. P. Arderson of Lexington spent Sun day with Mr. and Mrs. J. E Scott. Act1' Indigestion. I was annoyed for over a year by attacks of acute indigestion." writes Mrs. M. J. Gallagher. Gsneva. N. Y. I tried everything that wai recom mended to me .'or this complaint but nothing did me much KOod until about four months ago I saw Chamberlain's Tablets advertised and procured a bot tle of them from our druggist. I soon realized that I had gotten the right thing for thev helped me at once. Since taking two bottles of them I can eat heartily without any bad effects." Sold by all dealers. Page 7 - scatter J Another Menage To the Business Men of Lancaster Business fights shy of dead towns. A sure sign of a dead one is the lack of Iocs! ptide. People who live in a live, prosperous town shuw it. Their stores are attract ive, their streets cleart, their homes are well painted. Nothing shows a lack of pride, a lack cf prosperity, like paint-hungry buildings. L t's paint up. As the most durable and economical paint, we recommend Phoenix White Lead (Dutch Uoy Painter Trade Mark) Have your painter We carry all other paint necessaries also. Consult us on that Job of painting you have in mind. Today's the day. C. C. & J E Slormes snd rute linseed oil, mlsed right on the Job. tr. suit the job. tint It any color you wish. Horses RECEPTION AT STATE FAIR Given By Womans Club. The Kentucky federation of woman's clubs will give a reception Thurday, September Pi. at the State Fair, from 5 to 7 p. m. complimentary to Mr. J. W. Newman. Commissioner of Agricu ture, at which time, with Mrs. ( harles Weaver, as Chairman. The following Program will be rendered: The Co-operation of the Federation with the Department of Agriculture, .Mrs. Morris W. Bartlett, President of K. F. W. C. Improvements in Labor Laws and Labor conditionsdunr.gpast fouryears, Mrs. R. P. Hallock. Forward Steps in Rural Home Life. Mrs. Helen U. Wolcott. ThJ Work In Home Economics as Conttmplated by the Smith Lever Bill, Mrs. E. A. Jones. The Women as an Aid to State Work, Hon. J. W. Newman. All are cordially invited. Refresh ments will be served. A band wid make music and a good time is promis ed to vou. Commissioner's Sale of Personalty. Garrard Circuit foutt. Plaintiff. Diarrhoea Quickly Cured. '.My attention was first called to Chamberlain's Colic. Cholera and Diurr noea itemeuy as much as twelve years ago. At that time I was seriously ill with summer complaint. One dose of this remedy checked the trouble,"writ- es Mrs. C. W. Florence, Kockfield. Ind. For sale by all dealers. MARKSBURY Mrs. Ross and daughter or Fieedon. have been with Mrs. Hiram Land. Miss Bane West returned toherhome in Lexington after a visit to relatives here. Rev. and Mrs J. W. Mahan went to Mt. Hebron Sunday to be present at the beginning of u revival service. Mr. Tom Chesnut. Misses MaryChe:- nut and Minvtl Bogie went to Paint Lick and Kirksville Sunday to visit friends. Misses Mary Chesnut, Elizabeth Simpson and Mlnvel llogiu went to Louisville this week to attend the fair. Mrs, -Ino Dunn of Ilurgin and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dunn of Minnesota, weie the guests of the formei's brother Mr. Jim Clark, Sunday. Mr. G. M. Huffman comes from his work at Danville home every night on bicycle. On last Saturday night a week ago, his wild ride home thru the storm was accompanied with varied experiences. A dog in the neighborhood that had become notorious for chasing autos, buggies etc. Just us Mr. Huff man was passing the farm house, the dog lying in wait for something tu teaiie caught Urn and pulled him off. After a icullle in a puddle of water with the dog he mounted and ran Into huge rock pile, rolled over and hung in & wire fence. After a hunt fur his bicycle in the dark he arrived home un recognized by his family, as he was dripping wet snd covered with mud. Rudolph Wurlitzer Co.. vs G. 11. Ruble, et al, Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment rendered herein at fjie June Term, 11)15, the un dersigned L'ommisnioner will sell at pub lie auction before the Court Houie door In Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o clock a. m. or thereabouts, cn MONDAY, SEPT 27th, 11115, it being the first day of the Gurrard County Court term, the personal prop erty mentioned in the pleadings and described as follows: One A'urlitzer Piano No 1S057. The purpose of this sale is to satisfy the drot due theplaintilf.Rudolph Wur litzer Co., amounting to $107.00 with interest at six per cent per annum from April 'J, 1913. until paid, and the esti mated cost of this action umountine: to $30.U0. TERMS: The sale will be made an a credit of three months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond wi'h ap proved security for the purchae price bearing six per cent interest from date until paid, having the free and eirect of a judgment unon hid. ex ecution may issue, payable ti W. H. .Brown, Master Commissioner of Gar rard Circuit Court, and a lien will be retained upon the said personal property until the said purchase money is paid' W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court. A Any one having above tb sell, should at Lancaster, and I will drive to see them. any of the phone me W". Lancaster E. Bur to j - - - Kentucky. 'si liar For Sale Al Public AUction On Saturday, October, 2nd. at 10 o'clock A. M. we will offer for sale on the premises in Richmond, Ky., the Farmers Tobacco Warehouse and'fixtures, indluding baskets, trucks, scales and in fact everything necessary for operating u Loose Leaf Tobacco House. Tne property is well located and in good repair on East Main street near the L & N. R. R. Terms made known on day of sale. Farmers Tobaeco Warehouse Company. louisiflkCoiwwoiy Krlusk A n cicIqiIt muil i hoot lltia Hfptruibtfr ttb t ro rlrtMi-ourvMiii tlsno. tk'hK. Uuu. Thtorr Hr imuj Laugutf-. la H ((-r j ot Jlu i- f iwrtibltj rutriiitf ftDd Hlfbt KtAUiRf, httth us-ail and luat runic tit I. Ixploiatat issti. Arlitt nUtuiairis-iUleitTstutfir. luruiit-rr f-f flrte. Tmiiuuliw I vt ctl t eNUr 0. ft. WRIGHT Of COLUMBIA, TENN., will be at CASTER LAN Saturday, September 10th. TO BUY M U L E S WeWantWalnutLogs Highest Gash Prices Paid from 14 1-2 to 15.3 hands high and from 3 to 10 years old. H you have any gl Black Waln'it tim-. bcr on your pl.vo whi you would liko I to convert into s,t cah at thj-highost',r"0 11 ( A A7Vl 0Vi1 rT T5 CX nnrket price, write at once statins num. wdll Ull w. JT. VVXiglil, Ul !, J, bcr, Ue and tlti km- of Iojj y m could , furnitlia.ndat what R. R. shipping point. - . . , . . c.c. uengei&Bro.co. inc., Louisvin(Ky. Fox ior iuther lmormation.