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The Central Record, Thursday Sept 14, 1916.
Everything for Men and Boys OUR NEW FALL LINE OF Logan The Central Record incorporated, issued Weekly. $1.00 a year. J. . ROBINSON. Editor. R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mfir. Entered at (be Post Office tn Lancaiter, Kr., Second CUM Malt Matter. Member Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., September 14, 1916 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offices .. .$ 6.00 por County Offices 10.00 For State and District Offices.... 15.00 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line 10 For all publications in the inter est of individuals or expres sion of individual views, per line 10 Obituaries, per line 05 Democratic Ticket. 2$ For President WOODROW WILSON, of New Jersey. For Vice President THOMAS li. MARSHALL of Indiana. FOR CONGRESS. HARVEY HELM.ot STANFORD. KY We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Higgins a candidate for County r 1 . , n , scnuoi aupenmenueni oi uarraru County, subject to the action of the i Democratic primary August 1917. I We are authorized to announce J. O. Bogie, as a candidate for the Democ ratic nomination fcr County Court Clerk, primary to be held August 1917. We are authorized to announce Jeptha Onstott n candidate for the democratic nomination for County Court Clerk, subject to the action of the pri mary, August 1917. We are authorized to announce E. II. Ray as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Assessor of Garrard county, tubject to the action of the Primary, August, 1917. The Maine elections are a sure indica tion of the way the wind is blowing. For the Republicans to carry" on old line rock ribbed Republican State like Maine by oi.ly thirteen thousand votes indicates that there are about half of the Progressive brethren who refuse to at crow or that President Wilson is making great inroads on the old line Republican vote, DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING AT LANCASTER. Congressman David II. Kincbvlou will ieak In the interest of the Demo cratic party at the Court House In Lan caster on Monday, County Court day, September 2Sth., at 1:30 o'clock. Mr. Kincheloe l one of the very best speak ers in the flu 1 1) and gives an able de fense of lli Wilson administration and convincing reasons why the President should brt re elected. He sure and hear him and bring your friends. It. L. KLK1N, Chairman D. C. C. GU NS CHAPEL. Mrs. Powell Dailey lias been HI. Mr Elbert. Teater has been 111 with tonsilitis, Mrs Mattie Harvey is visiting Mrs Wesley Simpson. Mr. Ambrose. Calico sold cow and CLOTHING SHOES, HATS AND FURNISHINGS are now on display. We extend to you a cordial invitation to visit our store and let us show you where you can save money by trading with us. We carry only Standard and Well-Known Lines of Merchandise, We are exclusive local distributors of Adlers and Sein Sheimers Clothing and the Florshelm, Weber, Knox, Endicott Johnson and Nunn and Bush Shoes. Have your measure taken for your Fall Suit by a Representative of the ENGLISH AMERICAN TAILORING CORPORATION OF BALTIMORE MO WILL BE WITH US SEPT H. 15. 16. calf to Mr Forest Calico. Mrs. Allen Tester is able to be out aaln after a severe attack of tonsilitis, Mr John Land, Mr and Mrs Ed Dailey and children spent Sunday in Cincinnati. Miss Maude Tcater visited her par ents near Edentown the past week end Mr S. S. Sebastian lost a horse last week' by being kicked to death in the field. Mrs John Land lms returned from a very pleasant visit to Cincinnati and Newport. Northern or home-grown recleaned seed rye for sale. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. . Mr S. S. Sebastian is erecting a new dwelling on the ground formerly owned by Mr Dick Burton. Miss Mayme Calico who is teaching near Gilead church visited homefolks Saturday and Sunday. Mr and Mrs Talton May and three children went to Berea Sunday to at tend the M. E. Conference Misses Mayme Stapp of Lancaster and Mary Lee Kurtz of Teatersville were entertained by Miss McCulley. Mr Cecil Humphrey and Mrs Bestie Prather of Silver Creek were united in marriage at Lancaster Wednesday of last week. This is the second marriage of each party. We wish for them hap piness and success. Misses Sal lie Noel, Mattie Calico and Lenna Hollon and Messrs George Calico, Hugh and Forest Noel composed a horse back party to Pleasant Hill to attend the last of a series of meeting conduct ed by Rev. Sebastian on Tuesday night. BUCKEYE Mr. A. C. Miles made a business trip to Lexington Monday. Hiram Ray bought of A. D. Uradshaw 3 head of sheep at $58. Mr. Roy Sanders and family motored to High liridge Sunday. Mr. J. P. Prather spent a few days last week with friends at Waco. Miss Lillian Broadus was with Miss Lucinda Carter for the week end. Mr. John Adams of near Lancaster has peen visiting Mr. Hugh Kurtz. Mrs. G. M. Hcndron recently visited her mother Mrs. Jasper in Madison Co. J. W. Brown delivered to Victor Lear 9 head nf cattle at G cts per pound. A. C. Miles sold to Nicholasville parties a bunch of cattle at various prices. Miss Mamye Calico who is teaching in Madison Co, was at home for the week end. Mr. T. O. Hill and daughter. Miss Her, attended the funeral of Mr. Tom Cotton in Madison Co. Jess Gullev bought of Lilian! Miles of Nicholasville two Holstein Fiiesian heifers at fancy prices. Mr. and Mrs. Jasper Noel visited Mr and Mrs. Allie Ilogie ot Bryantsvllle the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Rono East are re joicing over the arrival of a little girl at their home September 9th. Lime in barrels, $1,00; in paper sacks 25c. The use nf lime often prevents desease. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Rev. Dillurd Sebastin tilled hi appointment at the Baptist church here Saturday afternoon and Sunday morn ing. Misses Georgia and Mamye Crutch field and Mr. Wiley of Nicholasville were guests of Mrs. Hiram Ray Sun day, Mr. Earl Carter left Tuesday to enter school at Uerea after spending his vacation with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter. Messrs Bascom Ford of Lancaster Clyde Sanders and Miss Peachle Mae Sanders of Coy were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs, Hubert Carter, Mrs. Fannie Long who has jnst re cently returned from a visit of several- months to relatives In Oklahoma Is now visiting her daughter Mrs. Jim Coy at Klrksvtlle. MesdamesJ. H. Dean of Bryantaville and Perry West of Newark NewJeney and Miss Susan Buford of Nicholasville have been visiting Mr. and Mr. A. C. 5i Anderson Bros. Miles and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter Mrs. George Ray has returned from Richmond where she was called to the bed side of her sister Miss Katie Mae Dickerson who has been seriously ill but we are glad to say is much better n ow. STANFORD Lester O'Bannon is at home from Chicago visiting relatives and friends. Miss Mary Elizabeth McKinney left Sunday for Cave Springs Ga., where she will teach, Miss Annie Ashlock spent several days in Lancaster with Mrs. W, M. Za none and other relatives. Mrs. Walter W. Saunders left Tues day for Asheville N. C, where she will spend several weeks for her health. Mrs. Annie Newland has returned home from Lexington, where she has been for several months with her daugh ter, Mrs. Adams. Dave Thomas, who has been so low with typhoid fever, for several weeks is thought to be slowly improving, and his recovery is almost certain unless some complications set up. His mother, Mrs Rosa Thomas of Lexington is here. Mr M. D. Elmore, who is probably the oldest merchant in this city, has been laid up for several days with blood poison, caused by striking his foot against a bucket. He has been out of his store longer this time than ever be fore in his life. He is 97 years old. Miss Mary Penny Boone, the 19 year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ham D. Boone died Sunday morning at 10 o' clock at her horns in the country. De ceased was only ill a abort time and her death came as a great shock. Funeral services were held at the Goshen cem etery Monday afternoon by Rev. .1. G. Livingston, after which the interment in the Goshen cemetery. Miss Oca Farmer, daughter, of Ex jailer Dink Farmer died at her home near here Saturday night after an ill ness of several months of tuberculosis. Deceased was a devout member of the Christian church and a good girl in every way. She will be greatly missed in the home, for since the death of her mother a few years ago she has taken the place of the mother to little children who were bereft of their mother. The burial occurred Monday in the Neal's Creek cemetery. The voters of Lincoln county had a great treat Monday, Countv Court day, when Lieut. Gov. Jas. D. Black of Bar bourville, opened the campaign for Democracy in Lincoln county, speaking at the court house. Gov. Black who is an eloquent speaker had a crowded house to listen to hi-n. There was much applause thruout his entire address. Gov. Black is very anxious to see Ky roll up an old time majority for Wood row Wilson in November. News comes from Hustonvillu that Mie. Priscilla Drye passed away very suddenly Sunday evening. Mrs. Drye had not been ill and it was a great shock when the news was received here by her son. Deputy Sheriir D. S. Drje that she lias passed uwuy. Heart troub'.e is supposed to have been the cause. Deceased was a sister of Judge James P. Bailey of this city. She leaves two children, W. S. Drye, of this city and Mrs. Lud Evans, of Hustonville, The remains were laid to rest In the Hustonvillu cemetery Mon day afternoon. DANVILLE -BUSINESS SCHOOL Enter Any Day. Terms Reasonable. STENOGRAPHY, MACHINE OR HAND. All desiring business course could do no better than address D. B. HARRIS, Principal, Danville Kentucky. MRS WILSON OF LEXINGTON. KY. SAYS "I ADVISE EVERYONE WHO HAS STOMACH ILLS TO TRY IT." "I have taken several bottles of Tanlac and feel greatlv relieved", declared Mrs. Cynthia Wilson. COO east Sixth street. Lexington. "1 really feel that I cannot praise it enough for what it has done for me. I advise everybody who has stomach trouble to give it a trial. Tanlac's great success in relieving ailments stmilir to Mrs. Wilson's has tempted ninny to imitate it but there are no other medicine like it. To obtain Tanlac the makers searched the world for ingredients. No remedy was ever compounded on such a wide scope of uefullness. Tan HAMMACK E. G. and S. E. Hammack are both on the sick list but are 8om better at this writing. Mrs. Stella Hoskins is very low with typhoid fever at the home of her father Mr Sam Hall. Mr James Parsons, wife and children visited his parents, Mr and Mrs R. F. Parsons Sunday. Mr. L. W. McQuerry fell and was crippled very bad in his knee and is suffering very much. Mr and Mrs Green Sutton and children visited Mr E. G. Hammack and wife Saturday night and Sunday. Messrs Robert Reynolds and Leslie Parsons and Misses Georgie and Zella Dillon visited Miss Lauretta Coldiron Sunday. Mrs Will Manning of Covington, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Will Lawson, returned home Saturday, ac companied by Mrs Lawson and children. MT. HEBRON Mr. Job Marsee sold to Ed Grow a sow and pigs, price $28. Mr II. R. Montgomery bought of W. L. Grow a mule colt price $17.5(1. Mrs W. L. Grow spent a part of last week with home folks nt Danville. Mr. Ernest Montgomery sold to D. M, Montgomery of Brvnntsville u calf price $35. Mm Lida May Murphy who had her tonsils taken out last week is doing nicely now. Mrs. Jas. Stone who has been iuite sick for several months is no better at this writing. Miss Mary Beazley was with homo folks near Lancaiter from Friday after noon until Sunday. The Bgents who recently canvassed this vicinity veiling Bibles were here this week delivering. Mr. J. I. Crawford sold to Messrs Scott and Cunningham of Buenu Vista, three calves for $25. Mrs Rebecca Hollzclaw of Lexington spent last week with her tinier. Mrs E. F. Scott, and other relatives here. A series of meetings will begin ut this place Sep 2llh conducted by Rev. J, W. Mahan assinted by Rev, J. I. Wills of Beatyville. Mr and Mrs Dillard Bruinfleld and children of Jessamine have been guests for a few days of her parents, Mr and and Mrs A. S. Dean. Mr and Mrs Ed Grow entertained n number of relatives Sunday, the honor guests being Mr and Mrs Everett Mc Cullough and Mr II. F. Grow of Spick' ard, Mo, Mr, Homer Humphrey, in making a short turn Sunday afternoon turned over, was thrown out and broke his buggy in pieces, lie escaped with only a slight cut. The officers and teachers of Mt, Hebron Sunday School art. endeavoring to have a better Sunday school, larger attendance and better work. On last Sunday the school was graded by the help of the Pastor, and we hope to reach the 200 mark by the last Sunday In September. lac is especially a stomnch, kidney and liver remedy with power to stimulate the mucous membranes. Tanlac is being introduced in Lan caster at It. E. McRoberts. Tanlac may be obtained in the nearby cities. Paint Lick, J. N. Metcalf; Rry antsville, Becker & Ballard; Little Hickman, Collier and Bruner; Ilerea, S. E. Welch; Stanford. Penny's Drug Store; Junction City, Reynolds and Evans; Richmond. II. L. Perry & Sun; Crab Orchard, l.yne Bros ; Ilurgin, G. T. Schoolfield; Danville. John S. Wells. It. E. Mcltoberts, Lancaster, and W. C West. Silver Creek. jFARMOR'S COLUMN! Hpaca lielow llili heading I. tor trie eiclu lr uae of our fariurr .uL.crltMfra. ami la for the lale ot .lock, atam ami inch llillif. on farm a the farmer eaunul aflorit to a!rer -I.e. So notice will t accepted over tonr line., and will beouly til wo la.nea of tbe acoan. free of charge For Sale: Some nice Alfalfa baled hay. Homer Tinsley. Foil Sale Good voung Southdown buck. Will sell cheap. Lee Gastineau, It No 2. Paint Lick. FOR SALE: Ten thorough-bred Southdown buck lambs. Price $15. each while they last. A. D, Bradshaw, Stanford, Route 4. FOR RENT My farm of CI acres for 1U17. For particulars apply to J J. A. Conn, Jr. lamcaster, Ky. FOR SALE-Thorough-bred Jersey Bull IS months old. Perfect color and markings. II. J. Tinsley. Lancaster, Ky. FOR RENT 35 acres of good grass anJ plenty of water. Mrs. Carrie Davidson. It. F. I), no. X Lancaster. Foil Salk 100 bushels extra quality, absolutely clean wheat. (!. A. Swinebroad, ! FOR SALEj-Three thousand good oak tobacco sticks. C. Green, Paint Lick, Ky. For Rent for the year 1917, a house and 15 acres 'if gruss, and "0 acres to be put in wheat. J. F. Conn, R. F. D. no 1 Lancaster, Ky, FOR SALE: One horse wagon und harness; one buckboard and two feed boxes, capacity -10 bushels each. Mrs. I. C. Rucker, Paint Lick, Ky. FARM FOR SALE. On Sugar Creek, five miles from Lan caster known as the John Lackey farm. ror information Bee W, II. Lackey, Lancaster, Ky, Fresh Cow For Sale Roscoe Hud son. Hubble, Ky, FOR SALE:-A line twoyesr old Southdown puck, Lawson and Brown FOR SALE;-Threo heifers and one good bull calf, G. W. Elam, J. P. Ballard, Crab Orchard, Ky. has 1C2 good ewes and 200 yearling wethers, that he says need a new home. Farm for sale: HI) acres well lm provwd CJ miles from Lancaster on Lex ington pike near Camp Dick Robinson, For further information apply to Dunn Bros., Lancaster Ky, Phone 40 U Bryantaville. (9-7-4 t) I Ycu can avoid th epne, d.lay and dut tit removing th old roof, I I and the InaMt of your Iiouh la not ipu-d during ta rerouting. In- I I eirxnslv, ttorm-prouf an J ptnnanenU I Locnl Contrnctors or Cortriglit Metal Roofing Co. 50 North 2ilrl Street. I'liiln.lel.iliia. l'n. They know he is doing business in a buaipess like way. Better open such an account even if your alTairs are not large. Thrv will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, Sep i7 $1.50 C. B(G HORSE Danville County Court Day On September 18th, Third Mon day at 10 o'clock a. m., at our Livery Stable in Danville, we want to sell 100 horses and mules We are making a sprcial effort to have several good foreign buyers from different sections. If you have any stock to eell or If you want to buy, come to this sale. Taylor Livery Co. Capt. T. D. English, Auctioneer. 2 Diaw A Check for the money youovc and note how much more res IHTifnlly your creditors re ilnril you They like to do business with n man who has an account nt the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. ROUND TRIP FROM Junction City SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. B. HARBERSON, Tkkct Atfcnt JUNCTION CITY. KY. AND MULE unfl