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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 24, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 cen1913102401_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 24, 1913 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1913 $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 CEJNTBJ TWENTY FOURTH YEAR. PURE ttELlQ.'Oh, UNlARNhlHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD n0VL WMEN1. J r P jT 'W r NUMBER LANCASTER, KY., FRIDAY, OCTOBER 2 Don't burn the lenvcs. Foot Ball Game Friday 1913. 19. :tS2S3$3CSgs$cg3 at 3 P. M. Club rates for Magazines. Leave or ders at Stormes Drug Store. Dollio Brown James Robinson Jr. has moved to the Joe Pope farm on the Richmond pike. is admitted by all Authori- $ ties to be superior to Steel The pumpkin crop is keeping up with the style and is small and inferior in quality. The sound of the bugle and the cry of the fox hound is again heard since . the rain. a in resisting ixust ana roumg enccts. a- - If you are not observing ''Good Road" day today, make up for lost time tomorrow. The L. & N. pay car made its regular monthly visit through this section on last Saturday. Read Hudson & Hughes a'lvcrtia- Miss Allena C 'lor. National Super-- ! p, ment at top of Third (3) Page ;t will intend-- nt or M rmrv Piri'Tn wit-L- - ' :r- -i SAVE YOU MONEY and G ET YOU will deliver a M onarv lecture at tho'lfc?) SATISFIED Christ. P,.,- - tntiay evening nt &l i 7:30. Every body ;r is cordially Ledford-Mill- cr. to attend. iS Rev. Beagle on Wednesday at the The ru3h for the Danville Internal parsonage said the words which united Revenue Collectriship is still on. This Mr. H. Ledford ol Paint Lick and Miss U the only big plum of thif class left. Mary Miller of .'Frankfort O. in the erliaps Ollie is i' for a Christ M bonds of matrimony. mas gift ard is going to put it in the toe of a sock instead of the mu?h used Do Not Burn (he Leaves and peiveib.al h.ler, thel.pple " op- Eminent physicians agros that more age. 2 throat trouble h caused fiom the burnMr. W. T. Djolin of this counfv ing of leaves than from any other rea( rt son. Leaves may ba disposed of pio- - hnir ". it,,. Ur 0. koso .aim ne m v. htably without burning. They mske a Marcellm, at public auction Wednessplendid multch for strawberry, or day for $93.2." :.ii acre. The farm conasparagus beds, or arc useful for pro- tains 101 acres and is consi.Ieied cheap tecting the roots of tender shrubs or at the price brought. Quite a good ueai 01 stock was sold that brought m or trees. satisfactory prices. aS 'Mii''iHMenyjrfti T.TT? -- jfjig'sijiM a- jgaj;3jBj -- JCXEiAJuuUIiSKcS JUK y . A a t- - -- . -- -. . 1? ..., ..., .- - 1 a na .X' f ',b $r? ii .x-- .S?SK-S- . ... i w ss M." m m r-- HH -- . - " I - jtj jt V' AN r.-- frS&P w 's . a The GREAT Each edition of the Interior Journal Local 'Possum hunters report the was a day late last week. Why was crop unusually fine, and this together this Bro. Saufley? with the sweet potato crop being fair Garrard county farmers are digging ly up to the average, affords at wells and making preparations against least our source of thanksgiving. Amid the scarcity of turkeys, the the coming of future droughts. almost prohibitive price of old ham The excursion season i3 about over and the generrl high coat of living, a and the tired housewife will perhaps heaping dish or "possum and sweet now be able to secure a cook for the 'taters" is not to be sneezed at, and winter. we doubt if the colored brother will lie allowed to mompolize their toothsome Isn't there an ordinance against .hitching horses to the Park fence d( licacy this winter. j We counted six hitched Here one day Former Lancaster G'tiztn Helping Tc last week. Boom Nicholasvl'e. Garrard county is well to the front in matters of education, but woefully Mr. W. Mc. C. Johnston formerly of to the rear in the matter of county Lancaster, has divided into lots and roads. Let's catch up Begin today. placed on the market his beautiful ad"Registered Red Berkshire "Gar- dition to Nicholasville knowr as "Colrard county hogs are finding a ready lege Heights", and is offering to the market since the admirere of that people of that city splendid building breed of hogs formed an arganization. sites. "Clel" held an auction sale on last Monday, which was accompanied There is a great scurrying about by a brass band and all of the usual over the county in a search for "meat perquisites, and many choics lots were hogs." High prices have depleted the disposed of. He is sure a live wire and herds of swine and indication are that there is "always something doing" in a "hog killing time" will find them high business way in his vicinity. scarce and greatly in demand. Something For Which To Be Thankful. Revival services will begin Kindree Methodist church Monday nignt alter 1st, Sunday in November. ro. I'at Davis w,l do the preac.iing and Bio. Ljons will hr.ve charge of me singing. May I not ask that the Christian people will join us in praye. r i.i .. tut an oiu lime revival. Bro. Davis may be able to come from McKindree to Lancaster, pny God's will be done in the matter. S. II. P..IIitt. (svll AflM TLZlT3 ."-- Florence. fvioores. ! 1 5W'4r , 7 ,.! E 1 "..",. I Fi 3 i & I m . . eCl - Urf5S':MrA J3 Fosters. I k . r.i uti Salt. n r 1 r1 C3 n tszi sy and Lev:: i And have the OifTprtn;e. Feed, Field Slid, Ha" , Urain 10-2 .. 3 l. P? ' la e r "-- r- -- , v i ': p Christian Church Services Th Oi. . w$ samU ii ..gy" rAtoSM at Bibb of the Christian c'i vvil begin .u y:j- -, Sunday. ; i on servici I0:l"i; night services 7:15. net , ggia)a;-j'- , Is built of Char Coal Iron and constructed on scientific principles. Before you buy a Range, let us show you how The Great Majes tic is constructed. We carry a full line of Heaters and Cooking Stoves at popular prices. Foot Ball Game. Lancaster's star High School Foot Ball squad will ph,y Caldwell School of Richmond, here Friday Oct, 24lh at 3 P. M. Admission 15 . l6 Wholesale and Retail Hardware. :: MEjftrajg!HilHia.,SiS!iB!lifflsii RLiv - 7 - m 25cts. 7E1CDQ 1 BlCnd- g Live and Let Live Folks & SBlrt533CCgS3C3t5( 2 I There are too many men who expect an editor to slave in defense of their pet notions and hobbies, advocate their views against the strongest opposition, and then cooly with-hol- d the business support by which alone a small newspaper can live. Gov. Sulzer Impeached. Christian-Ranki- Lancaster is not the only Central Kentucky town mat is experiencing a water famine. Paris and several other towns, are suffering a severe scarcity, and are making active prepaiations to avoid another such dilemma, by enlarging their plants. ?xmmmzmmxmmmmmmlmammMemim The Impeachment Court in New York found Gov. Williams Sulzer guilty as charged in three counts and he was removed from oflice, but not desqualiiied from holding oflice in the state in future. Lieutenant Gov. Glynn succeeds Gov. Sulzer as Chief Execution, and the latter left Albany at ance for the Aduondacs. Gov, Sulzer after his impeachment made public a lengthy stat 'ment in wtiich he attributes his downfall to Boss Murphy and Tammany Hall and charaterizes the trial court a "Murphy's High Court of Infamy." His friends gave him a handsome Loving Cup and he was tendered a great oration on the occasion of his Ieav-takin- Clarence Rankin, a o vtiunp Miss Eva Chrisman, the daughter of Mr. John Chiisman, both popular yourg soti-t- y people of liubhle, were united in manage at 3 o'oclock Wednesday afternoon at the home of Rev. S. H. PoIIitt in this city, that gentleman officiating. well-to-d- farmer and um i'1 rife! S is? Change In He:t Market. Hoping For Good Prices. The all obsorbing topic, and one that occasioning rruch speculation, among farmers just now, is the probable price ot tobacco. The recent rain whice brought about a good sea son, gave fresh impetus to this talk. Farmers are beginning to strip, and if the weather permits, this work will continue rapidly. Beyond the occasional nibbling of the "pinhookers", there has been no indication of just what may be expected in the way of prices. Representatives of loose leaf houses and. other lookers are numerous, but all are shy of making definite offers. However, farmeis are hoping for, and confidently expecting good prices for their holdings. is J. L. D.ivis who has wtildfil the butchers cleaver for so long in cur town, has now gone into business on Campbell St. near the derot. He says j ou will never run up on a tough proposition if you buy from him and that he will be satisfied with small profits. There are few who undcrstai.d the carving proceis better and we sure success will attend him. Mr. Gocd Appointment. if lf--4l &m Governor McCre?iy has appointed Judge M. D Hughes as a delegate to represent the state of Kentucky at the Tenth Annual Convention of the National Rivers and Harbors Congress to be held at Washington, D. C. on the of December 1913 The Governor has made a wise appointment in Judge Hughes and we feel sure that Kentucky will be well represented at this important congress. Possum And Taters. If it is a Range or Cooking or Heating stove you want get my prices, I will save you money. worth of premiums given away absolutely Successful Meeting Closes At Paint Lick. A protracted meeting which has been F EE December 24th. Come in and let us tell you how to secure them. in progress for two weeks at the Presbyterian church at old Paint Lick, closed on last Sunday night. The meeting was conducted by Rev. San-for- d Logan of Midway Ky. assisted by the pastor, Rev. W. M. Eldridge, and wa3 an unusually successful one, more than seventy five persons coming forward during thair service and expressing their determination to lead a christian life. Rev. Logan is a minister of unusual force and his sermons were greatly enjoyed by all who heard him. Several nights during the progress of the services a large delegation went up from Lancaster to hear him. Rev. Logan is welfknown in this and adjoining counties and is a brother of Mr. J. V. Logan of Middlesboro. Haselden Bros, while demonstrating the merits of the Malleable range, cooked r.nd served a delightful supper on Tuesday evening, possums beirg the menu. About fifteen possum enthus ia3ts partook of their generous hospitality and enjoyed the evening to the fullest. It was most dnlightfullv cooked and elegantly seivtd and much credit is due Mis. B. F. Walter, who was chief chef of this auspicious occasion. To Be Voted For 6$e I fs. H Wlh C l For Coaacilraen. Complete Line of Ntfw Fall Goods Quality High, prices low. H. T. LOGAN I .: 4 Two sets of Councilmen, one composed of five and the other of three gentlemen, have filed their petition with County Clerk J. W. Hamilton and ask that their names be placed upon the ballots to be voted for at the coming November election. There is only one candidate in the field for Mayor, Mr. L. G. Davidson. The names of Messrs W. M. Zanone, II. C. Hamilton, R. P. Gregory, J. A. Amon and W. 0. Good-Io- e, are upon one list, while the other contains the names of Messrs Allison They Use The Razor. F, Sanders, Samuel Cotton and Noah Garrard county is deservedly noted Marsee. for the splendid crops cultivated by her farmers. When it comes to raising Accidental Killing At Lowell, jft wheat, corn, hemp, tobacco and other crops they can beat the band, but when The deadly "unloaded Revolver" the question of whiskers arises Garrard claimed another victim last Sunday. men are not in it. Out of the twelve ' Robert and Willie Spillman aged 18 men who composed the Devine jury and 21 respectively colored bo s of only one of the dozen, F. W. Mont- - Lowell engaged in a friendly scuffle gomery, and he the oldest, had any over possession of a revolver which sign of moustache, goatee or whiskers, several by standers had examined and Evidently our Garrard neighbors have pronounced empty, when the weapon a reason for their fashion but what that exploded the ball striking Robert is remains a mystery. Spillman below the left eye and Iducing almost instant death. Coroner Mr. David Dudderar, who was a James Jones went up and held an in member of the above named jury, and quest and returned a verdict in accoi-wh- o is also an authority upon all mat- - dance with the above facts. William ters pertaming to personal adorment, Spillman was given an examining trial upon being asked as to the absence of in the county court on Wednesday and hiersute appendage among the jurymen, it being shown that the affair was an informed us that "whiskers have gone accident, was acquitted. Both boys j bore excellent reputations. out of style." pro-Hera- 9$ i try Mwiiiio a Good Meal Today, Tomorrow and Everyday? Then B m iyonr groceries and MEATS from Davidson & Doty Phone 181. t x t ?c Jrcigcf a tbxscant The Central Record, Friday, Oct 17, 191 3. &Z8&m&0Z0&2&3yg53$2&!&&&&3iS&&& S3&!g$&2m&)imZ?5&Zg!& SSIIPSS i.jrran STIPREU This Two Horse Studebaker Wagon and Three other Premiums Given away FREE at my store Saturday, Dec 20, 1913 W'rtTyn' Studebaker Wagon. 2nd PRIZE One box containing 100 pounds 1st PRIZE One Standard make Arbuckles Coffee. 3rd PRIZE 300 pound barrel Granulated Sugar. 4th PRIZE 200 pound barrel Patent Flour two-hor- se nffffTTT 5 My stock Clothing and Shoes for Fall Now Complete. turn of the first five thousand dollars collected for each, and four per cent on the residue. In the wealthy blue grass incorporated. $1.00 a year. counties the assessment value of all Weekly. Ibsued property has so greatly increased as well as the rate of taxation including ROBINSON. Editor. J. the additional school tax under the new school law that the sheriff in many R. L. ELKIN, Business Manager. counties is greatly overpaid. Ky., Entered at the Post Office In The fee system should be abolished Mall Matter. as Secoud-Ula- s altogether and rll officers including Member Kentucky Press Association the sheriff should be paid salaries. The large sums of money expended in and many counties in local politics fornom- Eighth District Publishers League. ination and elections is due to the fact the salaries are too large. If Mr. Lancaster, Ky., October 24, 1913. Saufley when he gets to the legislature can bring about this reform he will he Rates For Political Announcements of real service to the State. For Precinct and Citv Offices ...S 5.00 10.00 ?or County Offices For The Cause Of Education. 15.00 For State and District Offices .10 For Calls, per line The premium list for the "School 10 For Cards, per line Fair" to be held in Lancaster on NovinterFor all publications in the ember 8th is off the press and it shows est of individuals or expresthat the merchants have shown a keen per sion of individual views, in the cause of education in the 10 interest line county by contributing liberally to the 05 Obituaries, per line list of prizes. JAS Read Hudson & Hughes advertis-meat top of Third (3) Page it will SAVE YOU MONEY and GET YOU SATISFIED. nt WW a f!33 i fesli eg5g55RBSSf5ara93gSg333gSg53OT Must Have OccureS Some fr-ii- The House of Quality. Lancaster, Kentucky. .Vacs! ScitlcJ. Of Ilarrodsfc-? , The Central Record Months Ago Jcdse JAn W. Enjhis Walker. John W. the old ion of Mr. bright little four year ! and Mis. Towlcs T. Walker, was stricken with Membranous Croup on last Friday night and died within a. few hours. The remains) of the little child were placed at rest in the Paint Lick cemetery on the following Saturday, afternoon. He was an unusually bright and attractive iittle fellow, and the fond parents have the sympathy of the entire community in their loss. Three Partners. DEMOCRATIC TICKET. Please Observe. Here is the way an exchange duns its subscribers; "If you have frequent fainting spells, accompanied by chills, cramps, corns, bunions, chilblains, epilepsy and jaundice, it is a sign you are not well, but liable to die any Dedicatory Services. minute. Pay your subscription in advance and thus make yourself solid The dedication of the Sunday School for a good obituary notice." annex of the Christian Church will take place Sunday, Nov. 2nd. The serFor State Senator. Mrs. Harding Remembers County Of Her vices of Rev. A. W. Fortune, of LexCHARLES F. MONTGOMERY. ington, has been secured for this de Birth, Of Casey County. lightful occasion and a large and enAmong the list of premiums offered thusiastic meeting is anticipated. Mr. For Representative. at the School Fair will be found $5 in Fortune will arrive on Friday before gold offered by Mrs. Robert Harding of the dedication and will conduct serviJ. R. MOUNT. Danville for the best essay. This con- ces at this church on that evening and tribution came voluntarily and unsolicit- Saturday evening. All are cordially For County Judge. ed from Mrs. Harding and was given invited to attend these meetings and CLAYTON A. ARNOLD. because of the keen interest she takes every member is earnestly requested in the cause of education in this the to lend their presence. The Annex For Sheriff. county of her birth. now fully completed, is modern and up to date and is an honor to the church C. A. ROBINSON. Tell It To Me. and the community. for Connly Court Clerk. An editor in his rounds stops and Harvey Crow, Benedict. asks a hundred persons, "what's the J. W. HAMILTON news". Ninety out of the hundred d Jolly, '.Dutch" Crow For County Attorney. win reply; "nothing, don't know a ha3 shook the life of single blessendess thing". Now fifty out of that hun and j'oined GREEN CLAY WALKER. the conj'ugal union order. dred know something and if not found Last Wednesday evening Mr. Crow and in the next paper will astonish them For Jailer. Miss Josephine greatly and disappoint them more and their way to Hanley quietly wended the home of Father DAVE ROSS. perhaps make them madder than horCharles Polfes, of the St. Luke church, nets. Dont be afraid to Jell the news and in the presence of Miss Minnie For Assessor. and he will be glad to print it. Brown, of Lancaster, and Mr. Wm. DAVE C. SANDERS. O'Hare, of this city, were j'oined in When Will We Lay Our Corner Stone? Holy wedlock. Mr. Crow is a son of For School Superintendant. The laying of the corner stone for Mr. and Mrs. Henry Crow, a young the new Federal building in Lawrence-bur- g man with many excellent traits of MISS JENNIE HIGGINS. last week was a very momentous character, industrious and well liked. occasion, and the citizens of Jess Al- - Miss Hanly is the daughter of Mrs. For Magistrate. versons town turned out en masse to do Wm Tanker3ly, of this city, and a petite 1st District. the honors. brunette. Nicholasville Argonaut." JOHN N. WHITE. This reminds us, when shall we The bride is pleasantly remembered have an occasion of just this kind. here where she formerly resided, and 2nd District The site is ready, the people of the also as a frequent visitor to the home LOGAN ISON. town are ready, the stone could be of Mr. N. Miller and Mr. R. S. Brown. 3rd District. quickly procured, and all we are await JOHN S. HAM. ing for is for Uncle Sam to say the Lucky Strikes. word. We are authorized to announce the Farmers of the county are experiencWomen Have Right To Yote In School ing unusually good luck in their efforts following candidates for city offices. to secure an abundant supply of water. Superintendent Race. For Police Judge. Messrs A. R. Denny and Joshua Hurt The question as to whether or not employed a well driller to put down E. W. HARRIS. women have the right to vote for wells on their farm, and when the rig J. P. PRATHER. County School Superintendent, which was installed these gentlemen were has for some time been a much mooted fully determined to go down to a depth The member in the next Legislature one, ' has been finally decided. The of 500 feet if necessary in order to sefrom Lincoln county will undoubtedly Kentucky Court Of Appeals on last cure water, Mr. Denny struck water stand for every thing that spells econ- Friday rendered a decision that women at a depth of 13 feet, he went 14 feet omy. The nominees of the three par- had the right under the Suffrage Act further and the flow forced him to ties, Democratic, Progressive and Re- of 1912 to vote for County School Sup- discontinue drilling. He now has the publican are vying each with the other erintendent, provided they possess the well capped and the water stands as to who if elected would save the necessary qualifications and reside out- within a few inches of the surface, taxpayer the most. Mr Shelton Sauf- side a city of the first or second class. thus 3ecuring a never failing source of ley, editor of the Interior Journal was In accordance with this decision At- pure water in case of emergency, and nominated on an economy platform torney General Garnett will at once in- at a very nominal cost. Mr. Hurt was and will be elected on the same kind of struct the County Clerks in the vari- equally as lucky, striking water at a platform, except that he is now mak- ous counties where the law applies to depth of l3i feet and being compelled ing some specific promises to the peo- have separate ballots printed for the to stop at 27 feet, Mr. Hurt has inHe benefit of the ladies who desire to vote stalled a pump and has a spemingly ple as to his plans of saving. would reduce the sheriffs pay if elected. in the Superintendent's race. As Lan suppiy of pure water. A In this plank of his platform he will caster is a city of the fifth class, the J peculiar fact is that Mr. James Denny have the hearty support of the people law of course applies here, and the whose farm lies between that of his we think. The sheriff is paid for his women of the town and county will be brother and Mr. Hurt, has bored three services under the old fee system. For allowed to exercise the right of suf-fa- wells, in one instance going to a depth collecting the taxes he receives from to a limited extent at the coming of 150 feet, and none of them reached water. both the state and county ten per cen- - November election. .it A certain writer has said that no newspaper which took truth for its standard would make a pecuniary success. The press might return the compliment by remarking, that no minister who told the truth about his congregation, alive or dead, would occupy the pulpit much longer than the Sunday following. The press and clergy go hand in hand with the whitewash brush, rosy spectacles magnifying little virtues and kindly throwing little deformities into oblivion. The pulpit, the pen and the tombstone are partners in saintmaking. The Nicholasvil'e Argonaut ef Oct ober contains :i clipping the Lex inttton Herald, together with a length. comment in regard to a Le.xingto man being nricsltd for ibiving : Nichol.isville livery horse to Lanrasier, where "an infectious disease v.ps pre-vling and many horses we;e f'yirg ' The article was without date, rod tin incident probably occurred several months ago, :is t'leie - surely no ' ii f'ctiou disorc prevailing" either u Lancaster or Garr&id county at li,i time, and live st tk were wver in healthier ondilion The article ii question is calculated to injure Lan caster, and surely we have suffered enough through the building of i mountain from a mountain from 6 mole hill in regard to the "boss dis i- Seas A 5urc Winer T'i ' Fr The DaaviHe Caileciers'sfp. u ni in r.m asl.i. gUr. Ciiy weeM -si .- foi!.. ii.g teli gram Uiith si isdk&l-- Jestcl - f l if jiS&f it .fJJ 32- - rtrs I3s: lip uir ease." Green Clay Walker the Democratic ' Squire Li j;n Iiui denv iratic pot.' nominee for County Attorney oF Gar-rai- d nee for Justice of tne Pi are ri th. county, has yet to win his spurs, DryantbVillo district, ia ore f G. .ran but if his future undertakings are imCounties mot pou'ar public men. It bued with the same amount of eneigv the recent primary le it.eie.l v as was his mailen campaign, thej will Tirny vjUs as both hi t pponent be fraught with success. and both wore well known alio Untiring and ceaseless in his efforts highly isteemel democrMs He ha before the recent primary he won over served the cuunty well for four yean-ahis opponent by a handsome majority, squire from his district. It greater than any other candidate and through his efToits that persons carrying even precinct in the county. re lUired to work the county roadi A son of the late Judge William F. under the new law are to receive paj Walker, he is 28 years of a.e, a gradufor their work. ate of the Jefferson School of Law and "Big Logan", as he is familiiTlj a practicing attorney of four years known, is a lov al democrat, workii g standing, now the nominee of the Demfor his party in season and out, a:.c' ocratic party without opposition from when he wants any thing from the the other parties. Mr. Walker gives party, democrats all over the county promise of rapidly forging his way to deem it a privilege to help i'im. lie the front in his chosen profession, and has long been one of the Record's will doubtless prove a valuable adviser most loyal frit n I. having been a conto the county court and a fearless stant reader of it and its predecessors' prosecutor of evil doers. for more than forty j ears. He is a Though young in years, Mr. Walker candidate in a disttict in which a by his uniform courtesy, honorable and nomination is equivalent to eleit on and straight forward dealing has won a here's hoping for a larger majority ! I host of friends in the county, who have for him. implicit confidence in his ability to In askintr the sunnort of the Demo make a valuable officer. Rain Helps Wheat, Grass, Etc. (trifiT nf ClnfY'rivA .MlntlT fnf tlio lllfill ' office of County Judge, Clayton A. Ar- Wheat is coming up unusually well j nold comes as no untried stranger. He and is looking nicely, as is rj e, barley is 45 years of age, the son of Mr and the various covers crops. UneTer Thomas M. Arnold Sr. and was born in the influence of the recent rain, fall this county. He is a farmer and stock grass is looking well and the prospects trader, and by dent of his own efforU are good for some fall grnzirg. has achieved business success, thereby Streams are again runuing, there is an demonstrating the fact that he is fully abandance of stock water, and in coni capable of handling in a wise and suc sequence there is a noticeable rise in cessful manner the affairs of the office the spirits of the farmers. to which he aspiies. Mr. Arnold is by no means unacStanley In To The Fi:iish. quainted with the political game. He Congressman A. O. Stanley has anhas served his county once in the capacity of Sheriff and once as deputy, and nounced that he is in the race for the he has many times canvassed the nomination for United States Senator county bcth in his own behalf and in to the finish and will make a canvas the interest of the party nominees, covering the entire state. He has whose cause he invarably espounses, notified his constituents of the second and given freely of his time and talent Congressional district that he will not to the furtherance of their interest. be a candidate for congress again in Because of his vocation as a stock that district. Mr. Stanley has been trader, Mr. Arnold's acquaintance in growing in favor in this county and will have a large following by the time Curt A. Robinson needs no introduc- the county is almost unlimited, and the fight begins in earnest. tion to the people of Garrard County, his friends are numbered equally with he was born and raised and has spent his acquaintances. On The Square. Not A Yacant Store-rooMr. Arnold's record as a public ofhis life here. Neither does his politiA sure sign of thrift in Lancaster is cal record need exploiting atour hands. ficial is one which he can point to with He began fighting the battle of De- pride, free from bias or prejudice and the fact that every store room on the mocracy before he reached his major- reflecting honor upon those who gave Square is occupied. Not only thi, but ity, and at the age of 22 years was him their support. That the duties of the business houses on the first block elected Sheriff of the County, thereby the higher office which he seeks will be on the various streets leading from the winning, and yet holding, the distinc- performed in equally as efficient and square are rapidly filling up. The tion of being the youngest man ever satisfactory a manner, no one who merchants are coming to a realization elected to that office in the county. knows him will for an instant doubt, of the fact that a successful business He was a second time elected to the and in the election of Clayton A. Ar- may be conducted elsewhere than about the office after a lapse of several years, nold, for his election is a certainty, we the principal thoroughfare. Dwelling and now at the age of 49 years again will have made an unusually wise sel- houses are also scarce, there being very few vacant. Pretty good for asks the office at the hands of the peo- ection. ple. It is useless for him to make "hard times and the drought." promises as to what he will do if electNothing But Insurance. "Mac" Henderson Becomes A Benedict. ed; his official actions are a matter of Mr. Ed C. Gaines, the Insurance man, record and are without reproach. A The records in the county clerks ofsober, courteous christian gruttoman, whose motto is "Nothing but Insur- fice show that license to wed was issuadded hospitality to his line in and at the same time a painstaking ance" ed on Wednesday to Miss Pearl Brock-ma- n and fearless officer, performing the Danville last Monday when he entertain, 18 of Paint Lick and G. M. duties of his office conscientiously, and ed about twenty five of his friends for Henderson aged 41 of the same place, without distinction as between man dinner at Cook andCable's. A delight- They were married in Richmond the ful meal was served and Mr. Gaines and man. same day, but so .uccessful were they The Democracy of Garrard chose proved an ideal host as well as an in keeping the matter a seceet, that insurance man. For many years he wisely when they selected Curt Robinthe nearest relatives were unable to son as their nominee for Sheriff and has been looking after the insurance give U3 the details. The bride is a business in thi3 and adjoining counties they will stand solidly behind their daughter of Mr. G. E. Biockman a decandidate, and we predict his election and attends strictly to the duties prominent farmer, and is a most charmby the most handsome majority ever volved upon him and as a result has ing young woman. The groom, "Mac" policies than probably written more accorded him, Henderson is a popular and prosperous any man in the county. upper Garrard county farmer. The Fresh oysters, celery and cranber- long shaft break cart, Record joins the many friends of the FOR sale:-happy couple in congratulation ries, at Theo Currey's, F. M. Tinder. it ABargian, cdti-oined rat tile U.:iVlllt? ColfectOfilhip isafet Lt V. j lie it a ij that JtKf&t I . '.u-i tl i.iiLbutg is to ha I1 - . man. Wellington. Oct. U.iie .M. Janus eitiied &i- ry t.. y 1 ti &cAtka te&j . iin.ni" .led Jobu W. Hogh, t larruiis'.urg. 1 1 Le c;t.'ectr f toU rt. e..jc in the Eighth Kmtuci-. uu-u:tA'i u.ntm. ut to fill tt ot iiiic-- is x.iuied some time Uiis wirn. Assistant iiecrotaty of War IlrecKii.-ridg- e ard m mber of the KeataeLj iV'lson League are demiinuc tbo it ask Senator Ji.ni. s to chasta ins indorsement of hughes awl liais.e in original Wilson man for tlw ptaee. Jb 1 Tr-ac- al I'lc-iuw- tht It l'r.!KkiU WiUon takes seckxsUp - good-nature- uiJ tne Senator consents, it is frkcy .he Senator would then receraiiiet il Alcorn, of Suinfcni. But it n not thought here that tne President vill take such a step. FtMiaior James, wlii.V admitting th. t le had mule an nuljrie.ne.it, weaM not give the name of his cfeuice, btt ihe above facts were karuul fnni Treasury Department sources. In selecting Judge Hughea front tl.e two score candidate for th p&?, Mr. James, according to heie, has found a satisfactory solution of the eel eclorsiiifi tangle. Tnroughaut the contest Iocaluies have figured largelj . The Eleventh congressional dig trie t caiiilitlate wai decided against beout e it seemed more important to the Dei party, from the Senator's to lodge the next cojieeter mtl:e Eighth congressional district. Mr. James decided not to name his secretary, W. Vernon Richardson, for the ollice, because Boyle county had al ready been recogniztd when V. J. Price was appointed Minister to Paraa-mAfter these two decisions the logic of the situation fixed the Senators mind on Judge Hughes. Judge Hughes has been a strong contender for the position ever since trie election of Pres't Wilson, and aside from the chagrin felt in many localities at the failure of "favorite sons" to land, Judge Hughes appointment will give geueral satisfaction. We were as a matter of course for our fe -low countyman. Col. T. B. Robinson, but as he proved j be among the "also rans", we are delighted to know that the genial JuJge was the successful man, and as his appointment appears to us to be a foregone concluiitxi. we tender to him our sincerest congratulations. jt-itidai- is vie-poiiit, a. t-- It's hard to enthuse over the succosa of a man who has sinir-Ivantage of other men's LotiisTllIe Courier-Journal. But Soms Do. taken adfailures. Old Dripping Springs At Public Sale November 8, 1913. In Lancaster. Kentucky. As agent of J. M. and S. D. Rothwell I will sell to the highest bidder in front of the Court House Door in Lancaster. Kentucky, the well known Dripping Springs property, sale to be Saturday, November S, 1913, at 1.30 P. M. This will be an absolute site without reserve or by bid. The property consists of about 20 acres of land and the hotel buildings, all fully equipped with everything necessary to conduct a first class summer resort, with residence building suitable for occupancy during the entire year. This property i3 situated about 10 miles Southeast of Lancaster and about two miles from Crab Orchard, and is one of the best known and most popular summer resorts in Central Kentucky. Terms made known on day of sale. J. E. Robinsop. Agent for J. M. and S' D. Rothwell. ge A . vyv-t The Centra! Record, Friday, Oct 24, 1913 iS2 ti' """ 5fc&S5K55$3B2EJEta--:sSj-j- &i-,; Page' 3 .5SE2323A3SaHEESHF: a- - ttm jfeAXlWi. u A -- '.?. -- .'J5M5 1 l rJ Tff"" V Tr As vy 1. - - .'-vr-- t ,- . ' IM H j k HAVE CAUSED US TO PUT I IIN A FULL LIINE OR BEST 1 uj mK x fra iTI 1' Hm Via ET'W we can Now Furnish OBELISK and SNOW FLAKE FLOUR o3! fe ? WUI 11 -- gfev ESilSlsSS Sipa LI (fl eJ'EI sj- I SALT IN SAX and BABEEL faaagasa in 24 and 48 pound COTTON SAX; 98 and 196 pound Wood Barrels at ROCK BOTTOM PRICES. We can furnish Michigan Salt in Two Bushel Sax, Four Bushel Sax and Barrels. Also Genuine Kanawha Salt in Five and Seven Bushel Barrels. Phone your order to 26 today and be satisfied. Hudson RHEUHATISE AND BRIGHT'S ii MbJo ah j vj E2E3S hf 3 (." ja r S M5? fir O jS r L - 4 B ffLJa jn I ft J tVS. - i N This Week Only DISEASE Where Arc The Dogs? Of I How To Live Cheaply. ; ASeto f ware With Each Range Sold. A Quick Meal Malleable Range $60.00 A Princess Steel Range . . . 35.00 An Economist Range . . - $35.00 A Famous Anchor Cast . . . $40.00 All Ranges with Tank and Warming Closet. Come in now Ui He lount, Son f!n &3i OCTOBER-NOVEMBE- R Baraa During the Months of October and November Ycu Can Get THE Louisville Times BY MAIL One Year $3.00 Six Months $1.75 And You Can Have the Central Eecoxd In addition for one year, if you will add $1.00 to the price named above for THE TIMES. THE LOUISVILLE TIMES is the best after- noon daily paper published in the South cr West. Democratic in politics; fearless in all things. It prints ALL the news ALL the time. This special bargain offer is good only for subscriptions sent to THIS PAPER not to The Louisville Times during October and November only. Send Subscription Order At Once, To us. No subscriptions accepted for any term except six months or one year. The amount collected as tax on dogs, Put Substitute comfort for show. over and above what isnecentry to pay conveniet.ee in '.he i.!i.cc of fad.ion ' the owners of sheep for btoek distioj- - study simplicity. Refuse to be b.jiuil-e- d Doth Afflictions By Using Rbecma. j is by law lui ned over to the school u( i ,to a sty ie of li ii g above hat u If you suffer from any form of Rheu- - fund. The amount varies each year ' required by yoj.- p sit ion in society and matism, remember that RHEUM A goes with the number of dogs assessed and js j j,tified by your resources. Set a to work quickly to remove the cause, the demands nude upon the fund by fashion of sim.r.utj, neatness, prudence not simply to relieve thodistress. Many the sheep owners. The latest report ' ill)(j inexpensive: s which others will years use has demonstrated that it from Fi. ink fort shows a materia! fid-- ! be glad to follow ::nd thank you foi goes to tha seat of the disease and h ling off in the number of dogs in tne I'introducing. Teach yourself todo jl the poisonous matter through the State. As a consequence th out a thousand i.nil one pretty nd natural channels the kidneys, bowels, fund will suffer. showy things which wealthy people purliver and skin. Has there really been a falling off in chase, and pride yourself on being juit "For many years I was troubled with the number of dogs, or have the as- as happy without th'in at. your lich Rheumatism, also with Bright 's Dis- sessor done their duty in the matter? neighbors are w itii th 'in. Put so muvh ease of the Kidney. I suffered awfully. We are inclined to belive that the asdignity, sincerity, kindness, virtue and Tiied many advertised remedies. After sessors are negligent. Exchange. love into your simple and inexpensive Using your remarkable preparahome that its members will never miss tion, KHEUMA, I was fully cured."-Pr- of. When. the costly flippuies and .showy adornC. J. Budlong, Sound View, Conn. When I get through reforming my- ment of fashion, and be happier in the RHEUMA is guaranteed by R. E. cozy and comfortable aprrtments when self. McRobcrts & Son, who sells it for 50 When I've patched up the Haws that most of our wealthy neighbors are in cents a bottle. their splendid apartments. I own; When I've ceased to struggle for pelf, FttKAUMEKSViLLR. OUR SCHOOL. And bear all the burdens alone. When there isn't a mote in my eye, One Ciass Versus Another. And I do everything I should do. A little tobacco has been stripped. Then pel haps I may start in to try Mrs. M. C. Blankenshipanddaughter, When the school bell chin.es out Reforming my neighbor and you. visited Miss Katherine Payne last week. "come" we look forth and see the When I've cleaned up the fellow called group i of boys and gills on Ihtir way Mr. F. F. Blankenshii), of near WalMe. to school, we note some whose elastic nut Flat, was visiting libmefolks SaturWhen I've dusted the webs fiom my stops and cheirfn! fc-thighly inday. brain. of the soul and mii.d, and ?1 dicative !. Some corn being gathered; small When I'm ail that my neighbor should such will prove a blessing to quantities meeting ready sale at 3.5'J be. teachers su.d their schoil. their When no one has cause to complain to $4. Their actions show their anxiety for Misses Violet and Noea Smith visited That I'm selfish and thoughless and work; their !e ioi.s will be perfectly when prepired; their recitations well given, their aunt, Mrs. Nat Wilmot, on Cop. I ne'er step aside from Uip true, and they will attain to that round on per Creek. When I've no weakness?, thin the ladder or fame and learning calleil Mr. Thomas Howard and family, 1 may come reforming to jou. success. They v. ill master all knotty Garr-ird- , visited Mr. and Mrs. S. When I am so stiong I can stand problems, not onlv in school but in life. j Carpenter. All the tests that temptation may They will not require punishing in ori . give. Mr. Jerry Arnold, our contractor and j the necessity of der to teach tin-iiiuiluer. is erecting a nice new barn for When I have myself in command getting their lesions. They study beSo that simply and purely 1 live, Mr. J. T. Kigsby. cause they love to; are industiious and When nothing unfair or unkind energetic from principle; their life Miss Sarah Howard, teacher of the Makes my path, when I've nothing to will be a success. White's Mill school, is now boarding rue Following comes another group of with Mrs. J. R. Rigsby. Then I may. if the time I can find boys whose lagging steps and sullen It is known to be a fact, that two of Try reforming my neighbor and you. faces show that the sound of the bell our young men will become benedicts grated harshly upon tluir ears. These eie the Christinas festivities begin. boys will prove unruly, ur.kind and. STANFORD. Mr. J. H. Thompson bought a mare unlike the other class named, will take work, and the mule colt from Albrecht Stempfley, a in th-Mr. J. N. Saunders and Dr. T. W. little interest German farmer, near Ottenheim, for year, in spite of a teacher's end of the Pennington are in Louisville. ' ?40. earnest efioits in their behalf, will be Miss Fan Sparks, of Mt Vernon, has but little farther advanced than in the Mrs. America Sowder and family will been the guest of Miss Berta J. Penny. beginning. move into the house on Cedar street Mrs. G. G. Perry delightfully enterWe need not say what the result will vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Luns-fprtained the members of the Current be in the lattel case, but tu these boys Event Club. parents we wish to say, try to cultivate Mrs. John Naylor and grandson, Miss Isabella Denny has returned in their minds a love for the schoi.1 Master Mack Adams, returned from a in school visit to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Naylor, near fiom a visit to her uncle Mr. Jas. Den- work. See to it that they are every day; that their report cards show ny of Lancaster. Stanford. know why such 13 not It is to be hoped that the people will Mrs Martha Adams went to Huston-vill- e a good grade or you several days ago to be the guest the case. In other words see if respond to a man, to Gov. McCreary's control your bojS and not depend can't road working proclamation Friday and of her sons there. to do it. Mrs. G. L. Penny of this place is vis- upon the teachel Saturday. We need better roads. iting her sister Mrs. Shep Webb and In the absence of Miss Ila Pettus the regular organist, Mrs. R. G. Pettus act- mother Mrs. M. C. Saufley. in Knox-vill- e HILLERSBURG COLLEGE FEMALE Tenn. ed organist Sunday night at the Baptist Mrs. T. W. Pennington and little MILIERSBURG, KY. church. She is pronounced a good daughter Ann Francis are the guests musician by those who heard her. Hone School For Girls. An Attractive Our last letter, in print, did not read of her sister Mrs. Rodman Keeton at good to some pupils in our Consolidated Harrodsburg. Pupils are surrounded with anatmos- Mrs. Anna D. VanArsdell spent sev- -' phcre of culture, wholesome fellowship school here. The names Iva Thompson and Rose Arnold should have been in eral days very pleasantly the guest cf an(j safe religious environment. New the Gth. and 7th. grades, respectively. Mrs. Robert McRoberts and her moth- - buildings combining all modern convenjjences. Health record unsurpassed. Mr. Logan Thompson lost a good er, Mrs. Ware. ' Mrs. Mary Owsley and Mr. Welch Academic and College Entrance work mule from eating smut on corn returned Tuesday from a ' es. Mtisic Department under skilled fodder. There is likely to be a large death rate from this source.this season. visit to Mr. Rochester's sister, Mrs. artists trained in Germany, Leeture and Concert Course. Domestic Science. It would pay farmers well to have all Frank Lee at Middlesboro. their corn fodder looked over and the Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Bruce were call- The growing popularity of the school dangerous fungus gathered and destroy ed to Richmond to see her aunt, Mrs is evidenced by the fact that a number sesed. Sudie Hockaday who was very ill. We of pupils were turned away last sion for the lack of room to accommoare glad to say that her condition is date them. somewhat improved. Expenses for board, tuition, etc. Miss Ophelia Lackey of Crab Orchard lower than other schools of like grade. was the guest of the Misses Alcorn Send for catalog and engage a room last week. Mi33 Lackey will leave early. FOR THE HAIR Rev. C. C. Fisher, Pres. this week for a visit to her brother Mr. Millersburg, Ky. Unsightly matted colorless scraggy W. G. Lackey and family, of St. Louis, hair made fluffy soft abundant and radiant with life at once. Use Parisian and Messrs. Thos. and Gabe Lackey at Litchfield, 111. Sage. It comes in 50c. bottles. The first application removes dandruff, Mrs. J N Sanders gav a beaut:ful stops itching scalp, cleanses the hair, takes twelve oclock dinner on TuesJay. The away the dryness and brittlencss, increases following ladies were her guests, the beauty of the hair, making it wavy G G Perry, Joe Rice, C E Tate, and lustrous. J W Alcorn, J S Owsley, W A Tribble, Everyone needs Parisian Sage. P M McRoberts, R T Bruce, H J McR. E. McRoberts & Son. Roberts and J B Paxton. Prof. Budlong Was Quickly Relieved ex-pe: i witu-bchotr-uls a-thom-selvcti 1 d. Cours-Rochester Tor Infants and Children. &'- - !& ; H .VU'V'&dfZ s, The Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of C :z'y J -- 5 r &r--- . iUont", i AScjfc.Tsafcatv.'j.j ri.iM-.rv,- k;; frtir. fvzj rfntfCMV M-- . -. ii Tfy. yu.'ii.,?ikVKRis?j 4" i iKT.-ILn- f8 j '! feSVJ fi:r. r. w ?ror.ofcsDi?e::kiffee:fir iness aul R?r j CoafcLisnesfrr Qp'.ra.f rrrvm l AA IvCTlaCGTIC. 1 !.Z'Z- i'CZfi7C3J pm Jirr'Ti-f- . I 5 t I frurt'S'T"' J U .y.&rr. "".. :i Remedy for Ccn3."ja iioa , Sour SX!uacIi.Disrt&aa Y'Ci ns,C0Bro!s!0i3 Jcnrusr li'mSnJ- - hX t J In Use rxsasruilossorSiEr?. TacSarfc Si$arcre cf The Cektauh Compact, NEW YORK. i-- For Oyer JThirty Years -" ! ijrtv--r?rfcTi- 3 tr'-ifcifcl-a'rEaSgFagS Guaranlscd ur.ricrth; toodaA Excct Copy of Wrapper. THE CENTAUR COMPANY. Ntff YORK CrTT. Send Your Work to I Pi lmr a mm Record. Kentucky. timi&m&Mi Lancaster, "5?3 iTJilji l m&&& 5WvV Ht-Col- a Try the following drinks bottled by the Sanitary COMPANY, OF LANCASTER, KY. Bill MINT COLA in clear or brown bottles. ALLEN'S RED TAME CHERRY. VIN FIZ, a fine grape drink. GRAPE ALL, another splendid grape drink. Oiamontl PARISIAN SAGE Crystal Ginger SODA. Ale. Pyre Fruit Strawberry, Orange, LEMON, CREAM Mes-dam- es iiWWW Insist on getting the Mint Cola brand of bottle drinks. They sre pure, clesn and wholesome, and are bottled in Lancaster by J. S. Haselden and Henley V. Bastin, under the direct supervision of Clinton B. Bastin. lrWr Tago Serious Error In Lancaster. Lancaster Citizens Will Do Well To fit By The Following. ProVALUE OF RHEUMA FROM THE COURT Rheu- The Central Reuum, rriday, Oct 24, 1913. "Auburn Hair Girl" moves Dandruff The "Girl With Auburn Kair" Represents Parisian Sage, The Most And Invigorating Re- Judge Barhorst Was Relieved Of GOOD CHICKEN HOUSE Proposition For gpL (&&&5Sar rfiijfgf?fH)Bfrg.'ia &&&&S& ibi matism After Doctors Failed. Many fatal cases of kidney disease have reached an incurable stage because the patient did not understand Even today in Lancasthe ter there are many residents making the same serious error. They attribute their mysterious aches and pains to overwork, or worry, perhaps, when all the time their rheumatic pains, backache bladder irregularities are most probably due ts weak and ailing kidneys. If you are ill, if your kidneys are out of order, profit by this Lancaster resident, s experience. George Wright, Hotel Kengarlan, Lancaster, Ky., says: "I willingly confirm all that I said some years ago praising Doan's Kidney Pills. They do all that is claimed for them. I suffwred a great deal from my Kidneys and back. Pains through my loins extended to my I used sides and over my kidneys. Doan't Kidney Pills and my kidneys b came normal and the pains stopped." Price 50 For sale by all dealers. Co., Buflalo, cents. Foster-Milbur- n New York, sole agents for the United If you havetried many other remedies and doctors' treatments for Rheumatism and found they failed, do not be skeptical about tryiug RHEUMA. Read the testimony of Judge John Barhorst of Fort Loramie, O. "After treatment by thiee doctors without result, I have been cured of a very bad case of Rheumatism by using two bottles of RHEUMA. It is now two years since I used the remedy, and I am still as well as ever. Previously, I wasa cripple, walking with crutches," Such testimony should be convincing 50 cent of R E. McRoberst & Son guaranteed. Pleasant Hair Tonic. Proper Shelter for FgwIs Has Much to Do With Success. Building To My Friends IN States. take Remember the name Doan's no other. and MAUKSBUK1'. Mr. Abner Hughes has been on the sick list. Callowway Hendrixson sold a bunch of fat hogs at $l.per cwt to V A Lear. Jim Clark bought 40 head of sheep for 3.50 a head. He also sold a bunch of hogs for 5Jcts. Mr. Joe Tuggle of New York came home last week to spend several days with his parents. Mrs. Eliza Aldridge has returned from a visit to Mr. Will Watkins and family from near Lancaster. Mr. Tom Chesnut and Miss Bayne West of Lexington went to Huston-vill- e Sunday to visit relatives. Pastor Mahan closed a very interesting meeting with his church at Mt Hebron Sunday with one addition. Mrs. John Dunn, of Burgin, has returned after a several days visit to her brother, Mr. Jim Clarke and family. Miss Bayne West, who has been the guest of Misses Sue Sutton and Mary Chesnut for the past two weeks were entertained at dinner last week in the homes of Eugenia Pollard, Mrs. J. B. Kemper and Mrs. Sallie Fox. John Pruit sold to Simp Roggers 60 acres of land in the neighborhood of Freedom for 4.000. He aho sold 3 yearling steers at Gets a pound, 1 calf at 30. and bought of L. B. Hughes a cow for 35. He also bought a pair of yearling mules from Dick Burton price 242.50. Booth's Hyomei Has Benefited Thousands Of Catarrh Su- fferersWill Do The Same For You Or Money Back. The Hyomei treatment that has effectively benefited many thousands of sufferers from catarrh, bronchitis, husky voice and colds in the head is easy and pleasant to use. Just pour a few drops in the inhaler and breath u in no stomach dosing. The healing, soothing and antiseptic air will reach every nook and crevice of the mucous membrance of the nose and throat; will surely stop crusts in the nose, raising of mucus, hawking and that choked-u- p feeling. It will quickly allay the inflammation and banish the disease or money refunded by R. E. McRoberts & Son. A complete Hyomei outfit, including inhaler and bottle of liquid, cost only 1.00, and an extra bottle of liquid, if afterward needed, is but 50 cents. R. E. McRoberts & Son. Parisian Sage surely removes dandruff with one application makes the hair soft, wavy and abundant. It cleanses, cools and invigorates the scaly. If you have dandruff, it is because the scalp is too dry and flakes off. Nourish the scaly with Parisian Sage and dandruff disappears. Get today from- - a a large 50 cent bottle it supplies hair and scalp needs. Parisian Sage quickly stops itching head, takes away the dryness, immediately removes dandruff, makes the scalp healthy and gives the hair that enviBIIYANTNVlliLE able lustre and beauty you desire. Look for tee trade-mar- k the "Girl -Mr. G. B. Rose is at home alter a with the Auburn Hair" it is on everj bottle. R. E. McRoberts & Son. business trip to Booneville. guest of Mrs. R. I. Burton was the A Beautiful Picture. relatives at Kirksville Saturday. Mr. W. S. Hopper of Lancaster, Did you ever notice how really beauspent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. J. C. tiful gum chewing makes a girl apWilliams. pear? Take her de facto, and gazing Miss Helen Robinson, of Lancaster, steadily, one can not find a more ideal guest of Mis3 Mary picture. With a sharp click! clack! was the week-en- d Nell Farlee. her teeth, so white and pearly, are Mrs. Margaret Poor, of Lebanon, clashing together as, with cowish glee, Then, too, Ind. has been visiting her sister Mrs. she masticates her cud. one can note her health tinted, Fanny Bryant. cheeks as they grow a little Mr. and Mr3. George Sandidge, of asBoyle, have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. more rotund, through the material sistance of a big "hunk" of gum. And M. O. Kennedy. really, who can imagine a fairer speo Dr. Allen Rankin, of Hubble, has tacle than that of her dainty upturned been the recent guest of his brother, nose, as it gently rises and falls in Mr. David Rankin. wave-lik- e undulations over the aLys-mMiss Anna Kay Jenkins and Master depths revealed at each pressure John Gallaher went to Cincinnati Mon- against the mass? Oh, how delicious-l- y day for a few days stay. tempting that rosebud mouth is as Mr3. Hugh Miller, of Oklahoma City, the maiden fills it with a soft, pliable and Mrs. George Hendren of Buckeye, chunk, and champing like a fe3tive have been visiting Mrs. Walter Davis. goat revelling in the luxuries of the Miss Cecil Bowling, of Madison succulent tomato can, she greets you Institute, came home Friday for a short in tones husky with gum. visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bowling. Don't Neglect your Stomach Miss Mayme Lee Ballard returned The First Dose Brings Sure, home Wednesday after spending a week Use in Lexington, the guest of her aunt, Safe And Effective Relief. . Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk. If you are not able to digest your Mrs. W. F. Woolfolk and Miss Anna Lee Woolfolk, of Lexington, cime food, if you lack an appetite, if your over Wednesday and were the guests stomach is sour, gassy, upset, your tongue coated, if your head aches and of Mrs. E. H. Ballard. you are dizzy, if you have heartburn Mr. N. B. Cheatham fell a few days and pains in your colon or bowels, why ago and sprained his ankle very badly. suffer needlessly? He is compelled to use crutches but it Buy now today from R. E. Mcis hoped he will recover from the ef- Roberts & Son a fifty cent box of fects of the fall very soon. Stomach Tablets. There is no Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Burton, Mrs. more effective remedy for stomach a ks a digestive Walter Davis and guest, Mrs. Hugh Pills giving Miller of Oklahoma City, motored to quick relief; also strengthens and builds Lexington, Thursday in Mr. Burton's up surely and safely the digestive car and attended the "Trots." organs, soothes the irritated membrsne Mrs. Logan Burke, who had the mis and increases the flow of the digestive fortune to have such a serious accident juices. Your whole system is benefited R. a few weeks ago is getting alongnicely. and you become well and strong. She was able to be moved to her home E. McRoberts & Son. about a week ago but is still under the GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. care of a very compitent nurse. Tomlin-so- n Dan Naylor's Admr., &c. Plffs. The condition of Mr. Henry vs Notice remains about the some. Mr. Defts. Tomlinson has been in a very critical Hayden Naylor, &c. I will sit in my office in Lancaster on state for about two weeks. Mr. Hugh Tomlinson, of Toledo, O. came several Monday, November 3rd. 1913, to hear days ago to be at his father's bedside. proof on claims against the estate of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Herd of Fort Dan Naylor. All persons having claims Wortk, Texas left Thursday to return will present them, properly proven at home after a visit to Mr. B. F. Patton that time. W. H. Brown, M. C. G. C. C. and family. They were accompanied as far as Louisana by Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Burnside, where they will make their future home. well-roundal Mi-o-a Just the mild, simple trash, the trell known D.D.D. Prescription for Eczema, ana me lien is gone. A trial will prove it. We have sold other remedies for skin trouble but none that we could guaranIf tee as we can the D.D.D. remedy. the first regular size $1.00 bottlf does not do exactly as we say, it will noi cost you a. cent. R. E. McRoberts & Son Must Afford Protection to Lancaster, Ky , Sept C 1913 Hens From Thieves and Predatory 1 I m:i hnrk Imiiiip attain utr Pursuant to an appeal by the ProAnimals Guard Against All i gressive candiatrs for County offices in Dampness and Drafts. i a while, after a seven i Garrard County, Ky., published in The moiulie tour through the (By PROP. JOHN W1LLARD BOLTE.) Central Record for the last two weeks, Success with chickens depends upon we the following candidates of the three Smith advertising aim the house as much as any other one political parties, whose names appear factor. Feeding and proper founda- below, to be voted for at the coming selling my Indian Reme- tion stock are the other two great fac- November election; realizing how mucli 1 poor house, or a good tors, but a ?,Iv trisi was a dies house improperly handled, will effec- it means to our people to have an election at which there are no corrupting great success. selling tually cut down the egg yield, If it influences usnl, and also realizing the does not actually kill the chickens. more me(Iicine,(loiii(4 more In modern poultry keeping the growth of public sentiment along this DAKOTA JACK, The North Western Cow Boy. J advertising and getting house has but two functions to per- line, and ever mindful of the fact that form. It must protect the hens from in a government of the people, the ' better results than ever. I am slettiiiii fmmlrrris nf Wti.r thieves and predatory animals, and it unpurchased mijority must rule, we i testimonials and praises from all oer the United States in must protect them from drafts, damp- the under.iigned do most solemly pledge . . ral ness, and the direct rays of the sun. to the people of aiy remedies are all on sole ami reanii to my rem-die- s. Oarraid County and Any liouso which does this is a satalways will he at among ourM'lves that weareunalterbly isfactory hen house if it is handled right and has the necessary interior opposed to the use of any corrupting u. lj. otuimts, anu &. ivicitODens tx son, influences whatever and do bind ourLancaster, Ky. money nor whisky selves to use neither nor will we allow it to be used by another in any way to secure our election. We also further affirm that we have Purslej's Indian Herbs that's, making mj nam famous all not in any way used any corruptiog 2 over the United States,, for Hlt.od, Kidnej, Livtr influences v hereby we have bound any Stomaeh, nervous and female troubles. A .1 daj treatment Sl.M). person or persons to vote for us or any .2) Dakota Jack's Cow Boy Liniment for all and deafreii other candidate at the coming Novembei fur human J) price 25 cts per pottle. Dakota Jatk's Creme election. skin, shaving, shamjKioin and bath :i cil;es 23 ct.'. mj Referring to the above agreement which was drawn and signed by the njlslrltffgn51 WFQ'. I "gS Progressive candidates on Saturday the 5th. inst. to which they are pledged, we express our great disappointment on account of the fact that this appeal has been utterly ignored by all of the of the other parties. By t'leir failure to come forward and agree to stand for clean elections, -"TSrVr " . where no corrupting influences shall be -?-- r.?T.i ,fr. 4 used, they proclaim tu the people of (Jarrard County, that they are in favor All Orders Filled Promptly. Give us a Trial. of present conditions now existing Where Failure Is Present. .vithin our borders, which all good equipment. The floor must be dry, people regardless of past party affiliawindows and doors must be so located tions must do. ply deplore. as to allow a maximum amount of sun We are standing, in this elections, shine on the floor during the winter, not alone for the offices, to which we Lancaster. Kentucky outand the fowls must have actual aspire, for if that had have been our door conditions, as far as fresh air is concerned, night and day, winter .inly motive, we should never nave as well as summer. You cannot give been before you at this time, but we them too much air, if it is not drafty, are standing for principles, which even and the roost is protected by a muslin Hir opponents must acknowledge are curtain during very cold weather. just and right. The old idea that the whole south e again express our deepest regret side of the hen house should be glass, it the stand taken by those gentlemen, forming sort of a sun parlor, has vho are asking the good people of this been permanently exploded. It is a ounty to elect them to fill the various better plan to have It all open to the jfiires We for the net four years. weather, but the ideal arrangement to have one window and a large had a right to have expected better is opening beside it, which Is guarded things from our opponent?, when the by chicken wire and may be closed very foundations of this Goernment by a hinged frame covered with un- today are being undermined by just bleached cotton cloth, during stormy such conditions as e.ift in this County. m TT""W Ilium '" iBS&rf- weather. Whether closed or open, this We, therefore appeal to the people of curtain frame permits of free circula- Garrard County, to show on which side tion of air and the fowls are much healthier and lay better. The walls they stand; whether they are in favor bhould be perfectly tight, but they of conditians as they now exist, or do not need to be more than one thick- whether they are in favorof conditions We are HEADQUARTERS for School ness. Whitewash them inside twice for which the Progressive party is a year, putting some good insecticide contending. Supplies everything the student needs Signed: in the whitewash. in text books, tablets, rulers, pencils, The floor should be either cement J. F. Holtzclaw candidate for Repcovered with earth, or earth alone. resentative, straps, etc., etc. We carry a well selected Wooden floors rot If covered and they J. 13. Bourne candidate for County Judge assortment of harbor rats if they are raised. The roosts should be 2x1 timbers, R. S. Brown candidate for Sheriff. flat side up, edges rounded, and all John. M. Duncan candidate for County on a level to prevent hens from crowdCleik. ing on the top one. Place them over G. B. Anderson candidate for Jailer. a tight board platform to catch the I -droppings, and clean it off at least John Green candidate for Assessor. once a week. Hang the nest boxes in J. C. Cricillis candidate for Magistrate K1 a row under the dropping platform, District No, I. R. M. Moss candidate for Magistrate, the widely known "pen that fills itself." District No. 2. This pen is particularly adapted for students' Harrison Ray candidate for Magistrate District No. 3. use for either classroom notes or home study. j left me with a frightful cough and J. W. Coldiron candidate for Magistrate very weak. I had spells when I could If the Conklin runs dry in classroom, simply hardly breathe or speak for 10 to 201 District No 4. 1 dip it in the nearest ink bottle, press the little minutes. My doctor could not help me, dui i was completely cured by i "Crescent-Filler- " and the pen is filled! It Her Struggle With English. A French teacher placed the followcleans itself at the same time. A number of ing advertisement in an American styles and sizes. newspaper: "Pupils Wanted Mile respectfully announces Marcotteau Mrs. J. E. Cox, Joliet, 111. that she wishes to show her tongue to 50c AND $1.00 AT ALL DRUGGISTS. the Americas young ladies." Fair Election Turned Down. .''-- ' Garrard County. .... a S i n. I Pursley's Indian Herbs , jn-i- lMMVT00.Q 0X$''? can-Julat- Schiilz's Cut Flowers and Floral Designs. -- a -- WILLIE F. MILLER, Agent. -- i II -- m'i.i.1 School Supplies (1 to M &mlJm ny Sell Filling I ruuniciiii ren DR. KING'S New Discovery Tvr. " -- ''" kSSQBz: McRoberts Drug Store. 1Z 1Z 3C 3CZ1C x Have You Visited The he Troth Paint "The Kind Poorly Kept Yard Where Rubbish Is Allowed to Accumulate. facing the rear, so that they will be darkened. Each nest should be at least 12x15 inches. Keep the floor covered with clean, dry bedding, six inches deep, during the winter, changing it monthly. A house 10x6 feet will accommodate 12 hens and a house 10x10 feet will be large enough for 25 hens. Practical Houses. Narrow poultry houses are more expensive to construct for a given amount of floor space than are wide ones, besides compelling the birds to roost near the open or muslin front. Breeding pens are sometimes built only eight feet wide, but no house should bo less than twelve feet wide unless for special purposes. Fair Profit In Poultry. Properly conducted, the poultry business will give a fair profit, steady work, and a good living for the average man. Worn Oat? No doubt you are, if you sutfer from any of tho numerous ailments to which an women are subject. Headache, backache, sideache, nervousness, weak, tired feeling, are some oi the symptoms, and you must rid yourself of them in order to feel well. Thousands of women, who have been benefited by this remedy, urge you to The value of paint can only be measured by the length of satisfactory service it gives. A building painted with Kes Lead and Oil Hand-mixe- d Paint or ordinarv readv- mixed paint never looks well, and the results from this class of paint are never satisfactory. In a short while your property will look as if it had not been painted for years. To use cheap paint is a waste of both paint and labor. Don't waste your money on unknown, untested brands. Remember, painting is an investment, not an expense therefore use the paint that stood the test of time TAKE G? I ijj "The Kind That Lasts" MASTIC PAINT rt That Lasts" It is the product of more than forty years experience, and is guaranteed by the makers, Peaslee-GaulbeCo, Louisville, Ky. MasticPaintU made of pure White Lead, with Zinc Oxide in the correct proportions, and pure Unseed OiL The formula appears on every can. The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., says: "Before taking Car dui, I was, at times, so weak I could hardly walk, and the pain in my back and head nearly killed me. After taking three bottles of Cardui, the pains disappeared. Now I feel as well as I ever did. Every suffering woman should try Cardui." Getabotlle 3 today. E-6- Mastic Taint covers more surface, lasts longer, looks better, and is more economical than any other paint. It assures 100 results. Pa nc 31 JL JL C? JL PR XT Askforbeautifullyillustrated book "Homes and How to Paint Them," also color card, showing 45 color combinations. at the ICE PLANT Open On Sunday ???? Ites(ytsm By all means specify Mastic Paint, and your home will look attractive for years to come. CASTOR I'A Tor Infants and Children. Hie Kind You Have Always Bought R. E. McRoberts & Son Bears the Signature of &&0z& and Every Evening :: iz II IL-JC The Central Record, Friday, Oct 24, 1913. 1ffv 3 vr. Sja Page' 5 f s 4. j, t - . s? AK LAW) IN KY. KSfMfiH IbSqUHh h 3l H5b fntiiVftV3 2 jj s&iK Vf-- T ti ..'M '3 AUSES EVASION Present Unsa'isfactory Laws Responsible for Small Returns Retard Development and Lower Standard of Integrity Efforts To Secure a Better System of Taxation Has Been Persistent for Fifteen Years. CARDS, R. j U.i U. NEXT. jgTj XLjjJ If you want your Razor honed or a J A BEAZLEY Funeral Director and Embalmer Nice Hair Cut and Shave with sharp Razor and Clean Tow Is. The old stand pat barber HENRY DUNCAN Richmond Street. OF FARM linrSrRUlrTfinriUIi A V Having decided to sell out, I will on,v Thursday, Oc to-wi- t:- sell the following property My farm located two miles north of Buena Vista, on Buena Vista pike, consisting of 160 acres more or less and in a high state of cultivation, well watered and well improved, with two story frame building and all necessary out buildings including a ten acre tobacco barn that can be used for either stock or tobacco. This barn is almost new. Thirty five acres of this farm is now in corn being fed down and fifteen acres is sown in wheat. Fifteen acres is heavily timbered in cedar and fine locust posts, the remainder in grass, including young orchard just beginning to bear. Conveniently located near good churches and within one mile of theJBuena Vista consolidated school, with free transportation each way. This farm is in one of the best and fertile sections of the county and will grow extra good wheat, corn or tobacco. The following personalties will be sold; HORSES. HOGS. One ten year old family horse, one bay six year old brood mare, with foal to Jack. One eight year old black mare, extra fine driver. One extra two year old bay horse, by Winks. One extra three year old One No. 1 combined horse. One extra six year old harness horse. sorrel yearling colt. MULES pair One pair of four year old horse mule?, 153 and good workers, one of three year old mules, 15.1 and well broken. PONIES. Several nice Shetland ponies, two heavy with foal. CATTLE. One No. 1 Jersey cow and calf, one black Holstien cow and calf, goou nuiKer. une extra good Hereford milk cow. One red shortnorn milk cow, weigh 900 pounds. Extra fat red heifer cow. weight, 1000 pounds. Extra fat Nolstien heifer, weight 1000 pounds. 1 Extra roan heifer, fat, weight 1100 pounds. Seven extra )earling heifers, weight 700 pounds. Two extra yearling steers, weight, 800 pounds. Six model red steer calves. One short horn yearling bull, better than any- body's. SHEEP. Two hundred and twenty five Six good Southdown bucks. extra good grade ewes, all bred. Dinner will be served on the grounds and all are cordially invited. Sale will begin promptly at 10 o'clock. UBS. STEVE POOR L M. Eagagaa-n Dunn, Auctioneer. trr., iw.ja)i jij SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION in'Mt'.wi:' -- '' rmn CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, Oct 26th, 1913. $,50 Trip Round tlliHifliMti'nr 1 SPECIAL TRAIN .30 Trip Round Lvs JUNCTIONCITY 5:35 am ASK TICKET AGENT FOR PARTICULARS. Frankfort, Ky. (Special) The efforts to secure a better system of taxation for Kentucky have been perResidence Phone 27 sistent for fifteen years but owing to Office Phone 3. the ironclad restrictions in the state constitution it is exceedingly difficult Good Service. Prices Right. LANCASTER. KY. to secure any change. Phone 354-Tax commissions have repeatedly oeen appointed by authority of the Lancaster, - - Kentucky. legislatures and these commissions liae unanimously condemned the gen eral property tax which was adopted D. by the last constitutional convention and as the law is constitutional it has !Mit Do You Own a been impossible for the legislature alone to repeal it. Office at Rainey s Livery Stable. However, the last general assembly Pure Bred Boar? undertook to amend the constitution -- -- Lancaster. Kentucky as provided by law and this amend If not, why not? Try one of my nient will have to be ratified by the Dtirocs and watch your profits grow people at the November election and My spring pigs are by Sires of if it fails to carry It cannot be voted on again for another five years. Grand Champions and out of sow9 The effect of the present law is tc )f fc royal breeding. Also have a few & drive people and money from the sta'e and to prevent other people and money bred gilts for sale Entire herd from coming in and building up our against cholera. E. TV. Morrow, Graduate Optician industries. Glasses Fitted. Satisfaction Guaranteed. Prices low, quality high. SatisThis is how the general property tax is regarded by outsiders as Indi- faction guaranteed. Call and see cated in a report of a commission apny herd. Phone 363-pointed In another state and It applies in all respects to our present tax system. Physician End Surgeon. "The personal property tax is a farce. It falls inevitably upon the LANCASTER, KY. Lancaster, Ky. comparatively few who are caught Office Phone 6. Residence Phone 220. ine burden It imposes upon produc Hon is out of all proportion to the revenue it produces. Office Hours Office over "Year after jear state and local as.m toli. l p.m. to 4. Stormes'SrugStor sessing boards have denounced it as impracticable in its workings and unjust in its results. These recom -a- ndmendations hae for the most part DENTIST. passed unheeded or hae led to in Pbune65. effectual attempts to bolster up the LanaPirr, Ky. law. it is time the situation was faced squarely, and the tax in its present form abolished. for all occasions furnished by "So far as the personal property tax attempts to reach intangible forms of wealth, its administration is so AUGUST R. BAUMER comical as to have become a byword. "Such a method of collecting Lick, Local Agent Kentucky. ieenue would be a serious menace to democratic institutions were it not so generally recognized as a howling farce. Lancaster, Ky. "But it is not a farce to those who are fully assessed. These are chiefly M. K. Decoy aofl W. A. Wtaler the widows and orphans who are All Orders Appreciated. Phone 53 Doctors Of Dental Surgery. caught when their property is listed ni the probate court, farmers, retail Office: Stormes Building ovei Hurt AnderForty shoats, weight, 100 pounds. One good Poland China sow son's Furniture Store. merchants and with-fivpigs ready to wean. One extra White Chester sow with seven unincorporated, others. Incorporated or LANCASTER, with stocks of goods, KENTUCKY. "' pigs. Duroc sow and seven pigs ready to wean, Six extra good Duioc and the small investors who are not 5 gilts, bred Four No 1 aged brood sows, all bred. One extra Duroc skillful enough to make Boar, a corker. investments." The state referred to has changed Are You a Woman its tax system and already the receipts Five thousand pounds of tabacco, extra fine, well cured and al- from taxation have increased enor- I most ready to strip. Will be sold as a whole or by the pound stripped. mously and the peculiar effect of It has been to lower the taxes on lands and improvements by securing a greater revenue from personal property One good two seated carriage, one phaeton, good as new. Two which had formerly produced little or farm wagons, one spring wagcn, one Deering binder, one Deering no returns. Kentucky must increase its revenues Mower. One good Kentucky wheat drill. Two No. 12 Vulcan plows. One No. 13 Vulcan Plow, Two Disc Harrows, one Smoothing Harrow to keep up its schools and public institutions and it would be manifestly u uu tijuixj Five stands of bses, and others things too numerous to note. unfair to make the property at present paying taxes sustain this added bur- Phu-bar- b, uen, out under the present law there no The farm will be sold payable, one third cash and remainder in is If other recourse. SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS the amendment carries two equal payments, payable in one and two jears, with negotiable legislature is empowered to and tho LFOH F classify land notes bearing six per cent interest from January 1st 1914. when property so as to bring under the asEverything for Orchard. Lawn and possession will be given. The personalty will be sold, all sums under sessor's scrutiny the vast amount of i personal property now escaping taxaGarden. I S20 cash in hand, over that amount on a credit of six months, with tion the revenues can be increased good negotiable notes, bearing interest at the rate of six per cent from and taxes on lands and houses diminNo Agts. j Write for free Catalogue. ished and what is more important than date of sale. all we will be able to develop our reThis place is known as the Steve Poor property and pny one de- sources, maintain our population and Growers of what we sell. siring to look over the farm before day of sale, will be gladly attract capital and people who will help to build up the state. Ohio has recently changed its tax WSfwlTB JE A Tralnine H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. laws and has already been benefited School for Teachers and Tennessee Is about to renounce CVor1fidlnc I KlmrBfarT IntcnwdlaWanv' Lift tii tVr the general property tax. Other ValM In al FaMU Lexington, Kentucky. states have either long since abolished Sjhvi School or kmtihtr. Ctnr nt RtI Cow c. TnttWtt Ttt i a p it or are preparing to do so. The presont system In Kentucky was m!brfn.iiwnA1e1cbaoI. DrwiwrniiiT.i out mi c popular when the country was young prwrtfretrhooL dptmratf crtai.iBW, w II- tmrrl " rrR1am. Tllrl Ja Smtm" 5htI Term Ji tmr9. Second and wealth largely confined to real Summer 7. FartTiTrna,liTllT, estate which could not be hidden. J. O. CRAHWK, PmlJrnr. Wealth Is now larcelv In Dersonal securities which the assessor can not locate and in consequence this class of Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. property escapes almost entirely. Can we afford to neclect this cre.it Arrive. question and yet hope to compete with No 10; a. m. neighboring states which are less faj To Maysville. connecting at Richmond vored than ours naturally but have wim l. & jn to iraniuort & Louisville; the advantage of cheap money and low at Winchester with C & O to Lexingtaxes? ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling & If the amendment fails to carrv thr b 1a feJk m WmA U nI next census will show that Kentucky Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. has moved down another peg or so in No 71; 8:35 a. m. its standing among the states and To Rowland & Stanford connecting those at present paying taxes will injalrnulJa at Rowland, L & N to all points South. evitably have to pay more on the No 28; 11:04 a. m. same property while others will esTo Richmond, connecting with L & cape by hiding their personal property N to Irvine & Beattyville. Lexington from the assessors. Ask us to show & Cincinnati. Middlesboro & Knoxville. you the No 70; 11:50 a. m. latest in size, style To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. and form and letThe undersigned hereby give warnNo 27; p. m. tering at the right ing to all persons not to trespass upon To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon No Dirt, No Bother In a very short time any building can have its fire-trour lands for any purpose whatever as price. Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling covering turned into a modern lightning-proo- f we will prosecute all offenders to fulroot at a very moderate cost a roof that will last as long as the building Green, and at Bards town Junction to THE lest extent of the law. Hunters and. and never need repairs. 4 Bardstown & Springfield. Fishermen especially take notice. For Sale by No 9; 8:42 p. m. G. W. Elam. R. L. Elkin. Local contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 North 23rd Street Ed & N B Price To Stanford, connecting with fast J. W Sweer7 Philadelphia, Pa. train to Bristol & Atlanta. W. G. Anderson John M. Farra A. M. BOURNE Auctioneer. A. Mr. Farmer Dr. Wm. Pryor, AQlJiJirS. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. t WbLkib W. M. ELLIOTT, B. F. Robinson, Out Flowers B. F. "Walteb J. PATRICK, Dentist. Floral Designs H. Paint Glass B. Carrier S6 HtftSn: i "-i"- 'fi-rF- n e TOBACCO. ? TREES IMPLEMENTS. Take filjFflff Fruit and Shade simiuuu iShrubs, GrapeVines, Peonies, Phlox, Roses, Etc. TERMS OF SALE. .mmtfOEZj: Ponw-tfe m L. &N. 0 5.-0- BUENA VISTA, KY. i J r Tfl 1 iH.Hbl(KH iJfeS.f3iM!l LVVA ifnhttatfntts atti b? ictujrated Isaid Rirfht Over "Wood Shindies fire-proo- f, storm-proo- f, POSTED VERY 2.-0-9 ap Central Record. JTci5,o 6 AT OUR EXPENSE I The Central Reuuru, rriday, Oct 24, 1913. thai TRY SOLACE Money Back for any case of Rheumatism, Neuralgia or Headache Solace Fails To Remove. SOLACE REMEDY is a recent medical discovery of three German Scientists that dissolves Uric Acid Crystals and Purifies the Blood. 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The carpenters will be necessary to warm It, and this filled the space with ordinary cotton Is troublesome and takes time. Milk batting and the joint of tho roof was Is usually in Its best and healthiest made of tin. The heat of the sun condition when first drawn, and any shining on the tin set fire to the cotdelay In separation adds to the danger ton batting and nearly burned the of contamination and an Increase ill house down. Cincinnati Enquirer. the number of bacteria In the milk. To obtain the most efficient separation adjust the cream screw to skim Glow Worm Beats Lamps. between 30 and 33 per cent cream. Between the glow worm and the in The richness of the cream depends up- candescent lamp there yawns a gap on the temperature of the milk, the which will some day be bridged by speed of the bowl, the richness of the the combined aid of the physicist, milk and the position of tho cream chemist, engineer and metallurgist. screw. Thin cream does not keep so The luminous creatures of nature, well, and separating very rich cream considered as lighting machines, opwill cause a loss of butter fat in the erate at an efficiency of about 95 per skimmilk. Each machine has a cer- cent. The best incandescent lamp of tain speed at which it gives the most the day has an efficiency of about 2 efficient separation. In different ma- per cent. Clearly, we have still much chines the bowl makes from 7.000 to to learn from the firefly. Scientific 14,000 revolutions a minute, while tho American. handle makes from 43 to CO a minute. A few revolutions of tho handle under First Mausoleum In Asia. this limit will make quite a difference The first mausoleum was mado In In the cream. Considerable butter fal Asia Minor. Artemisia married her brother, Mausolus, king of Caria, in Asia Minor, about 377 B. C. After his death his body was burned and she drank in liquor his ashes, and erected to his memory at Halicarnassus a monument, one of the seven wonders of the world, which was termed Mausoleum. The statue of Mausolus was among the antiquities brought from Halicarjiassus by C. T. Newton in 1867, and placed in the British museum. THE CREAM SEPARATOR. KB. FLURRY IN A HURRY GEESE ARE LUGRATiVE Stand Midway Between Chicken and Turkey Industries. - By EMILY F. SMITH. - -- INSURE Your TOBACCO &&$mtkim 1X2&&X Wu&xX Marvelous Memory. the most astonishing mnemonic feats on record Is recorded by John Wesley. "I knew a man about twenty years ago," writes Wesley, "who was so thoroughly acquainted with the Bible that if he was questioned as to any Hebrew word in the Old, or any Greek word in the New Testament, he would tell, after a little pause, not only how often the one or the other occurred In the Bible, but also what it meant in every place. His name was Thomas Walsh. Such a master of Bible knowledge I never saw before, and never expect to see again." One of In this Ufa there is always something wo have time for. However important tho Issuo of our present occupation, there are possibilities which may light upon us and engross us until they take wings and fly r' ' ' away. u Mr.N.A. Flurry has never been still long enough for any possibilities to light on him. Ho is one of those distressingly busy men that remind you of a Waterbury watch; they wind and wind and when they get wound, they run and run and next they do it all over again. Mr. Flurry has not accomplished very much, because he has al . ways been in such a hurry that he hadn't time. One morning at the first ring of tho alarm clock, set for six, Mr. Flurry fell out of bed, plunged Into his clothes, snatched his breakfast, and having a half hour to kill, he awakened the baby and tried to dress It. He let It fall, and as the infant had been badly spoiled by Its mother, It began to cry, so he gave it to Mrs. Flurry, and worried the dog until he saw a car coming. As usual, it was not the right car. He would have torn to the office, anyway, had not Mrs .Flurry happened to think of something at the last minute, as she always did. Inveigling him into a kiss, she held onto his collar and said: "Dear, I know how awfully in a hurry you are, and I just hate to ask Old Birds Do Well W In Any Kind of Weather, Requiring Nothing In Way of Shelter but a Common Shed to Run Under. T. ALdS&S-- i Kgg.V KUTTER f Halsing geese for market is an important industry and has proved very profitable. It stands midway in importance between the chicken and turkey industries. Geese are probably the hardiest of all domestic fowls, requiring less attention than cows or hens, and little or no outlay for buildings. The ohl geese do well in all weathers with nothing In the way of shelter but a shed to run under, and usually they disdain that. They do best on wet or marshy land, where hens and turkeys would not thrive. They are, however, very different from other fowls, and unless their nature is understood and their requirements met they are the LKCiH least profitable of all stock. In order to thro"v more light on the subject of geese and their greatest profits, the Rhode Island station has experimented for some time, and has Issued a most interesting report of tests made in cross breeding. j7B!S3?3 The following breeds and crosses were tested. Embden-BrowChina, Embden-ToulousBrown China, Toulouse Brown China, n nut-tu- t let Wnen iou Want a Good Tool. buy --- 23 " $2tT -- A r mm mttm WE HAVE THEM Becker, Ballard & 60. Bryantsville, Ky. c: -- :ffY'sf wrer- Embden and African Crosses. e China, African-BrowChina, African-ToulousPure African, Pure Embden, and Prince Edwards Island. Tho Embden-Whlt- e China were the easiest to pick, were white when dressed, and though small, were plump and presented an attractive ap- pearance. The Embden-Afrlca- n were also easy to pick and were large and plump. The White China, though the weakest and smallest of all breeds, when mated with Embden ganders gos- produced vigorous, lings which were plump and solid when dressed. The Embden-Toulous- e is regarded as the most satisfactory cross for large geese for Christmas trade. Pure African and Embden and African crosses grow best early in the season and should be marketed early. Pure bred China, African-Toulousand African-BrowChina should be dressed before fall, In order that they may be easy to pick. Embden and White crosses may be picked easily and later than the others, Old geese lay a greater number of larger eggs and are more reliable than young geese. Young ganders are better for breeding than young geese. Young geese do not lay as many fertile eggs or produce as many goslings the first breeding season as they do the second. If geese are often changed from one place to another they are apt not to breed well, and the other conditions being equal they breed better the third season they are in a locality than the second. In order to Insure the best results, geese for breeding should be obtained as early in the fall as possible, not later than October. Breeding geese Embden-Whlt- n you" OPEBAT1KG THE SErABATOB. Against HAIL STORM with Fred P Frisbie Office Citizens National Bank. HERE'STHEHOG will be left in the skimmilk and the cream will be thinner. The machine should be firmly stationed, otherwise the bowl will be thrown out of balance by the vibration and the effective separation will be impossible. Separator agents often maintain that cold milk can be separated as well as warm milk, but this is a mistake. A richer cream is obtained If this is done, but more cream Is left In the skimmilk, and there is danger of clogging up the separator. Another point which the dairyman should not overlook is the care of the separator. Efficient separation and the quality of the cream depend largely upon this. The separator should be thoroughly washed after each operation If not washed sediment will collect In the bowl, making an ideal place for the growth of bacteria and thus becoming a means of contamination for the nest lot of milk separated. If the milk and sediment arc allowed to dry on the different parts of the bowl they will be more difficult to wash. The use of a good washing powder is good to clean the separator and in preventing the growth of bacteria. The most important problem for the dniry-me- n of today is the production of clean milk. To do this absolute cleanliness Is necessary In keeping the separator in the proper condition, in keeping the milk in a pure atmosphere free from contamination, and In keeping the dairy barn and animals free from Qlth. Public Sale. We will on MONDAY, 11 OCTOBER 27TH, at o'clock in front of the court house door, offer for sale one tract of land containing about 90 acres, located ot. Kirksville pike near Hackley, Garrard countv Ky. The above tract is now" in grass and well watered, with never failing springs. This land is sold for the purpose of settling the estate of Almira B. Den ton, deceased. For any information regarding the same, call on either of the undersigned, V. A. Lear, S. D. Cochran. Lancaster, Kentucky. tounty Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monday. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. BOURBON REMEDY CO.. LeTlngton, Ky. Enclosed find photo cibosr that was cored of cholera with your Bourbon Hoe Cholera Rem. cdy. This bo? was almost dead before usinz the medicine, and then was entirely cured, ex cept loss of ears. tail, etc The hozls owned b Mr. Skies Ewinsr, ot Bowline Green, Ky. He will be clad to five you a testimonial, and we can ret several more if you want them. JENKINS SUBLETT DRUG CO.. Bowllnz Green, Ky. Its Strong Point. Young Lady (looking at rooms) Tho sun doesn't come In here at all. Landlady No; that la why I charge so much for this room. You can sit by the window without danger of getting freckled. Boston Transcript Sold by HASELDEN BROS. Closing Out 100,000 Feet Pur-jea- r. Official Directory Of Garrard County. Circuit Judge Hon. Cranes A. Hardin. Commonwealths Attorney Hon. Emmet Circuit Clerk William B. Mason. Master Commissioner W. H. Brown. Trustee Jury Fund BenJ. F. Robinson. Official Court Stenographer Mlsa Sue Shelby Mason. County Judge A. D. Ford. County Attorney J. E. Robinson. County Clerk J. W. Hamilton. of High Grade Pine Lumber at "Drop it! Stop It!" snapped Mr. Flurry, grabbing his hat. "I'm not going past the grocery at all. I don't expect to make a speech with the butcher, baker or candlestick maker ' this side of Christmas. Jerusalem! Do you take mo for a patent, automobile messenger serviee? Am I your Idea of a working model of perpetual motion? and he lunged toward the door. ' "But, love," and Mrs. Flurry clung to the lapel of his coat, not at all shriveling In the heat of his glare, "It is only a small matter; It will take just i a minute. The gas jet In the hall wasn't quite turned off last night and gas is escaping." "Turn it off yourself," snarled Mr. Flurry. "Do you take me for a janitor or a charwoman? Do I look like a chambermaid or a policeman? I am a business man, madam, working with the force of a hydrostatic press to supply you with food and finery, and here j you hang on like a wood tick." ' He flung her off and dashed out, only to fall over a rustic chair. Mr. Flurry swung the chair on high, banged It against the side of the house, and pitched it over the back fence. During that psychological moment, Mr. Flurry felt something crawling across the back of his hand. It was nothing but a wasp, a little creature that God created for reasons of his own. Mr. Flurry had seen hundreds of wasps before, and as a class he cares nothing for them. He Is not afraid of them. Indeed, he has been heard to say that he would not hesitate to walk Into a swarm of them If he wanted to. The wasp crawled slowly up to his elbow, browsed around and crawled back. It did" not walk very heavy, still Mr. Flurry could hear and feel its steps clear back to his teething time. Mrs. Flurry came fd the kitchen door. She saw him kneeling, with one hand in the grass and the other rigid in the air, an expression of prayerful contemplation on his chastened countenance, and she felt more kindly toward him and happier than she had been since the day before she was married. She went to him and kissed him. "My ownest," she murmured, "I beg you not to be sorry about the naughty things you have said to me. I know you didn't mean them. You are my own dear. Why don't you get up? Are you going to kneel there and not speak and just get purple in the face until I forgive you? You needn't I have already forgiven you, and I'm glad it all I g I I I I fl Obey That Impulse! Tha fine joy of Automobile ownership may now be yours for prices are down within the easy reach of untold thousands, who have awaited the coming of the right car at the right price. quick-growin- g e, n White-plumage- Model T Runabout . . Model T Touring Car . Model T Town Car . with Full Equiptment f. o. b. . . . d $500. $550. $750. Detroit. R. L. ELKIN, Agent For Garrard Co. REMEMBER We can serve as your Administrator.Guardian.Trustee and JC; W IA v I & CM 3 If M save you money and worry. Your Will, Insurance Policy, Certifimis- f'i 1 i Mortgage, Notes, Stock Inventory, Bonds or Stock cates, when lost or destroyed, causes endless trouble, ery and legal expense. 4 i 5g-sir- Put your valuable papers in one of "- TtWT "K our Safe Deposit Boxes and you will never have to worry. Embden and Toulouse Crosses. should have considerable exercise and be kept moderately thin in flesh through the winter by light feeding and a free range for swimming. The Toulouse geese lay well, but often do not set The Embden geese lay fewer eggs, but make better mothers. Brown China and White China geese are prolific layers. Geese are graziers, and too much grain is not good for them. To insure fertile eggs they should have an abundance of green food and have access to a pond or other body of water. If this is not possible, a tub of water set level with the surface of the ground will answer. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. i --'- ""- ""-""- .." a Cut Price for 8 and 10 foot lengths 12 and 16 foot lengths 30 days. 1000 feet Deputy clerk Harry Tomllnson. Coroner J, A. Jones. Sheriff-Geo- rge T. Ballard. Deputy 8Lerln C. A. Robinson. Superintendant of Schools Miss Jennie niggles. Assessor W. S. Carrier. Deputy Assessor K. B. Ray. Jailer Jack Adams. Supervisor of Roads Cleveland Bourne. Treasurer B. F. Hudson. MAGISTRATES. at $14.00 per at $15.00 per 1000 feet Sheeting all lengths at $13.00 per 1000 feet J. S. DUKE, Grab Orchard, Kentucky. with your arm? Is It paralyzed? Let me see. What is that wasp doing up your sleeve? Why don't you shake It out?" "Shaking before taking Is the natural order," he answered, in a low tone. "The wasp Is already there; it has arrived; and I want it to feel free to leave without mutual unpleasant' ness?" While he was making himself out a modern Slddartha, In a kind of monotone that wouldn't offend the wasp, Mrs. Flurry got It by the head ana dropped It In the rain barrel. . oiuer Deuer, now. wnai is me mauer "" Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. Pres't S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. L. Gill, Book-Keepe- A. R. DENNY, President. J. E. STORMES, Vice R. T. Embrv, Ass't Cashier. J. P. Bourne 1st, Dist. Logan Ison 2nd, Dist. Harrison Ray 3rd, Dist. James Coldlron 4th, Dist. COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION. Cronley Broaddns. 1st. Dist. 21. D. McMurtry, 2nd. Dist. O. J. Hendren. 3rd. Dist. Thomas P. King, 4th. Dist. CITY OF LANCASTER. Boots & Herbs GOD'S MEDICINES Poultry Head Louse. The head louse attacks young chicks generally before they are feathered out, and Is first found on the head with Its claws or feeders sunk into the skin of the head. As they become more numerous, they attack the throat and neck as well. The remedy Is simple, but it takes a little time. Each chick must have its head greased with lard, cottonseed oil or ' Which Is Truly Scientific. olive oil. You will have to look "I thought you said Tompkins was closely to see these Insects. They aro an omnlverous reader?" very destructive to chickens and must "So I did." be controlled or exterminated If the "Pshaw! Why, he hasn't even read chick is to be healthy. A. C. Smith. David Copperfleld.'" "I forgot to tell you that he conHandicap In Scaly Leg. fines his reading to a single subject" Hens afflicted with scaly leg cannot "Some branch of science?" give the best service In egg produc"Yes, baseball." tion, and rough shanks look had. I J. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. pjEr&TU&tiJBJF'&ffmf1 J. S. JOHNSON. Vice Prest. B. F. HUDSON, President. r. J. J. Walker, Jr., W. O. Rigney, Ass't Cash'r. CHAMP, Cashier. W. F. Book-Keepe- ORGANIZED 1883. H. T. Logan. City Judge E. W. Harris. City Attorney R. H. Tomllnson. City ClTk H. K. Herndon. City Assessor John M. Monnt. City Treasurer D. A. Thomas. Chief Police L. E. Herron. Mayor COUNCILMEN. iHuf CHARLIE WHITE-MOO- N Br The Ceirloj Htttilist IIOIU SOU according to the Original & Exclusive Formulas & Recipes of Charlie White-MooTho Herbalist, for the treatment of human ailments. Endorsed in the Bible. Thousands of Testimonials. the Great SCIENCE SOPE, for the Human Skin Only. Ask your druggist, or write S, Compounded rtaajK Mixing the Game. "What's an Inning, ma's" ze Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. A n, Body-Toni- c. it?" Why?" "Well, I heard pa say he had his last bat on an outing." Youngstown "No. "When one side has its bat in baseball, Johnny." "An outing Is the same thing, isn't ORIGINATOR OF C.ETEEIE REMEDIES Mrs. CHARLIE 3731 WHITE-MOO- N For Infants and Children. file Kind You Have Always Bought Bears the Signature of CASTOR I A &vtf Capital $50,000. Surplus $40,000. Parker Gregory. W. M. Zanone. Q 8 Greenlesi. H.C. Hamilton, B.F. Walter. Wb, Herndon. & SCIEICE West Broadway Louisville, Kentucky &W This bank 13 supervised by the United States Governmen. Your deposits are thus guarded; safety should be first in all things. Deposit with us, and you can help us, and we can help you. Make this bank YOUR bank. v r. - , The Central Record, Friday, Oct B .M J 17, 191 -- . Page 7 ... -- SI--fggtB-ISMt-- yga .&i'B&- - liSigtlv i i I rJfi 1 N OW k SI IS THE Hilll ci dLs x&i&x W das a Xw.VcaV.NS; cj 5te ekYdb eri svv- - ,CTir- .U .fVS- " 'l -- c, -,- I I.wisSVfe rLD y I I v I 1 W I-Nf- I CO I To purchase a New Fall Suit or Coat. 53 .Asdsca I V2-- J ir - I I I si wraa.sr? PpjpOllQP i (!) S 1 x..; -- . c" C:?C ::: v.V r l' a V. ft! Our $10. mvrimQi IfHGO iiBuiuai tW E bj JJ n ffiyo?jt3iuv S'JTrr'-.r-- A P30ftH5?Qi?? j -- S i . s BLriSM-- jtMoypjyg';-c o Itaft&iUiQhi ft kluiiumsisija10 s 1 f??, 5 sa ..it-i L'J .; ''' fi&B"-NFfs?"ARMENT,N& e Our Prices Tvlost Seasonable. Coats Racking from g" g H S Ml "l V i : Suits Ranging from kksj 3 to $30. 9HBBti6reg The ?" :') $5. to $27.SO. y& F3 ft: P3 en pa NU a Bass OINE "tj SJ a " fi j s v a EJGa Exclusive Ladies Store in Lancacier- fcl tgri sasn ais S 51 ? f W IT Mll &8 &J? iJIWH SB i7 S' EJ t3 E3 H i2 r: u t't (!) - fT Miss Aniii-- j Austin waj visiting in Richmond, last week. .Mrs. E. L Otfoloy h in Nichulasvilie visiting Mrs M. lironuuli. Mrs. Win Puff left this week to visit her parents i.i Xiaibjurvilic. nyiC&Zi km- - A- - il2m& rfJt.. A ? 1 8 We Write Anv Kind of 8' '3iOssip About ' , S:tr.?ie Lip Izaz'ltt Cf Rrd;:c!rf A lb i Mictions Cuneai K Is Fsne Cf il P Office at National Bank. Cv:"".Si I.y Those urn, Hiw tl Is Oa'.aJ-K- FreE Maa;& AaJ Other Sources. of eneryv n..t knvv tlexact nature of eld:trit, Ur. this i o r -It wt nldr.'t tl tifie of go-it- i to k ow just t iit.t it i , so long s w ktii'.v ii will ! V. Steam i aiM u (una of tne-j:;- -. ii a know tiiat stc-i.:$ capuLle :' but a we u ii i I- Brief J.ltnlior. cf the CcnnT.Is and Vt Ars InUrcstcd !n. T.iiisiwssnsrjjrraaa5Tri? f i f i i gjest of Miss Lillie Noel of Danville, Mr.;. U. D. Simpson. is Uio Electricity - CRice over The National Bank of Lancaster, Ky Fucne 27. " yyy-fth v.. ttt?Z2ZZZ2Xi tJ5S335CH BBA2LBY & GOLL!ER t nzicz ""irnr r ' te 2HZZ21 STYLE IN HER FOOTWEAR D is a positive necessity worn with the "i t:) i " She insists upon it just as she insists on comfort ease in her shoes, and if she be econ omicallv inclined she al- an. IN Zfal Ai AX .43 ?' al -- LJs -- " t.v-- y : N U so looks for durability in her footvecr. We cater to just such ladies, always showing the most elegant and Comfortable Fitting Shoe of the best make at moderate prices. R. 1Z V.s '- S. rc BROWN. 1L JL inu, '&&i&M f $!&&Vg)& -i r&myW'M0!V3 I W '0. You Knead The DOUGH sith our flour made about half as long as you fake with ordinal y brands. That's a saving of labor. It takes much less of our 2&i a saving of time. FLOUR. 1 WHITE SWAN FLOUR too-That- to make a loaf or a cake than it does of many other flours. That's a saving of money. It takes less lime to bake s 8 You need our WHITE SWAN I I Mm Lancaster Elevator & Floor mmmMBimmmsi mmmm ills i ISN'T IT Annoying to have the fire go on a strike just when you need it most? Have you ever thought the trouble may be in the coal? Try a ton j3BOl ir so of our clean, coal. Plenty of people have had their fire go back on them until after they had tried our coal. Now they hayen't a bit of trouble. Worth a trial anyway. Lancaster Lumber & M'fg Go. Miss M.irgaret Noland was a recent Jennie of Kie'iniuiul, visitor in the city of Lexington. 13 the guest of Miss Minnie Gulley. Mrs. Solon Ej&tkmd, of Danville, is Mrs. Froil I. Frisbie was hostess at the guest of l!w. H. L. Stevens. an info: ml 1? o'clock dinner on last Mrs. Woodj Va!fc'r, of the county Frida . will b- - a visitor in Danville Fritluv. Mr. J. W. Acty of Lebanon wa? Mis- - Nancy Long. tf Mddison, is the lieu- - for a stay of several days with g.iet of hei Mi-e- i, Mrs. John Uoi. his wife Miss C.irrie Reid is conii'ied to lur W. B. Burton and the Misses Gill.ttr home this Week, with a severe cold. and Mis. Carlton EUin motored to Lex- Miss Eliza Ison, of Bryanlsviite h? ington last Thursday. with her sister, Mrs. W. A. Diukcrson. Mr. ai,d Mrs. Thomas Howard and Miss Maud Wilson of Richmond is chiidien have been in Lincoln county visiting her sister, Mr.. L. N. .Miller. for a visit to relatives. Mrs. J. E Dickerson will entertain Mr. and Mrs. Georire Brown and the B. Y. I'. U. Friday evening from 8 daughter Miss Elbie Brown were re-- ! to 10. cent visitors in Danville. Mr. John Walker, of E.ninencs, ha1? Miss Mattie Estes has return? from been visiting his brother, Mr Towles a pleaant flay with friends and io!a-ti,"- s Walker in Portsmouth, Ohio. Mrs. J. R. Mount is the guest of her Mrs. "Mattie Duncan and father Mr. daughter. Mis. Shelby Allen in Di-iD A. U. g Miss have been in Stafford, Pauline Ilocker. The RevLacy MoiTelt, a Missionary Mr. and Mrs. Georjje Hobinsen of from China, is, vi,iting his sister Mr;; D.nville were recent puests of Ml?. T. T. Walker. libocca West and daughters. Our deputy clerk, "Bugs" Tomhnson Miss Etta Watkins of MiddleLurg, is in Ludlow this week, taking another has position U withaccepted a Telephone as operator, course in music. the Bastin Co. Mrs. Joe E. Robinson left Monday Mr. Jaiies N. Denny left Monda for for a visit to her cousin Mrj. Walter Fayettevil'e Tenn. for a vi.-i- t to his Allen in Chattanooga. daughter .Mrs. Robert J. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Ballard were The many friends of Miss Marie Bal- guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Haselden, lard will be glad to know tiiat she is of Bryantsville, Sunday. improving from her recent illness. Mrs. Anna D. Van Arsdall, of StanMiss Winnie WJierritt left Sunday for ford, has been a visitor at the home of Lexington where she will take a Com- Mr. and Mrs R. E. McRoberts. mercial course at the Smith Collage. Mr. and Mrs George Sandidge of Miss Efiie Risque will leave Lancas-- 1 Boyle spent the week-en- d with Mr. and ter shortly for a protracted stay with Mrs. Mike Kennedy at Buckeye. her brother, in Clear Water, Florida. Mrs. Ben Ham, and son Elmer, of Js Mrs. Mary C. Hunter of Crab Or-- 1 Hyattsville, is visiting relatives and chard was the guest for several days friends in Somerset and Burnside. P. Grant and daughters. of Mrs. Mrs. Theodore Wintersmith and Miss Mrs. Hugh Hemphill has returnedo Lula Ribinson have returned to Louis her home in Nicholasville after a visit ville after a pleasant visit with Mrs. of several weeks with Mr. and Mrs. W. W. R. Cook. A. Arnold. Mrs. Elizabeth Henderson, of Mjdi son Mrs. Sallie Bodine and daughter Miss was the g.iest of Mrs. Sarah McCor-mac- k Emma Bodine of Bloomfield are guests and daughters, Mesdames Ramsy of their cousins Misses Addie and Car- and Goodloe. rie Arnold. The Woman's Club met Thursday Mrs. Quincy Gray and three n afternoon at the club room in the High of Connersvillelnd. arrived School building, with Mrs. George D this week for a visit to Mrs. Givens Robinson as leader. Ss, i Terrill and other Garrard county rela"Dick" Anderson and Jimmie Hiltives. ton were visitors in Lowell Sunday, The ladies of the missionary society they making the whole trip on Jim's will hold their annual "Silvor Tea" on handsome motorcycle. g Friday, Oct. 31st, at the Presbyterian Miss Jane Letcher, of Danville, is church to which all are cordially inwith Mr. and Mrs. Luther Gibbs. She vited. came as an instructor fur their daughEd. Perkins, of the firm of Denman ter, Miss Elizabeth Gibbs. & Perkins, has moved his family from Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Ballard, of CinLancaster this week, and are pleasantly receiving congratulations located on Richmond avenue. Jes- cinnati, are upon the arrival of a handsome little samine Journal. son; who has been named Robert Lee. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Bourne and Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Denton. J. W. daughters motored to Lexington, the latter part of lsst week and were Denton and Mrs. J. T. Young of Lex guests at an elaborate dinner, cele- ington, motored to Lancaster Friday brating the birthday of their son Mr. and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Lear until Monday. Ernest Bourne. Miss Frank, who has a Mr. John M. Carpenter, of Red Rock r, Okla., and Miss Irene position in the Woman's college of Carpenter, of Harrisonsville, Mo., Richmond, Va., has also a pssitiou, as have been the pleasant guests this soprano, in a quartett in the 7th. St. week of Mr. J. O. Reid and daughters, Christian church, of that city. She is delighted with both positions and it and Mr. and Mrs. Penn Williams. goes without saying that her friends Miss Letty Mae McRoberts left last patrons are delighted with her. week for a visit to Clarksville Tenn. and She went to be present at the marriage Nature's Ancient Law. Miss Lillian Crouch. of her school-mat"Nature's law, as old as the world, Miss McRoberts will visit relatives in is that what we work for and make Hopkiusville before her return home. sacrifice for we come to love with Mrs. Carrie Davidson, of Lancaster, protecting tenderness." is the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Z Mr. John Dunn, a former T. Rice Read Hudson & Hughes advertis-meclerk at the Glyndon, was in Richmond at top of Third (3) Page it will a few days this week, en route to his SAVE YOU MONEY and GET YOU home in Lancaster, after spenning SATISFIED. seveial months in the Souih. Climax. .Miss j . i 1 e. ny vii-iti- t ! j a interest-ingchildre- It is true th it frm n - """-i)"- " k.'lowitt cf efettrichr to Ilgl.t y.ur ""r,ll '.. m you havj rwJIy tied i ami oi.i j Yftii'J ! HN'R V Tf!JS ffl VWi ...... If ..- - ...... wVMM...... I ... : m riti:iri.iiji t ivrj). z jivnrr ui .A J'he . ta.u::t uf currer.t iloviir.K ovtn -J in cmi.tri the w ire U i nrd;l. th? pr.g.-o.- o i. in volts in- Fresh ojster.s cv'ery and crarrfti tend of pounds. Electricity for tutu ries, at Currey's. . a i wues .u a pressui c cf llti vjIw. For j tr.i ..sin lung the .u rent from city to Try it load of our eon! it may Le city it ij a nt under oi.orta. ui prcure. better thia you have had. Garrard Milling? &. Li..s of r.vcr 10(1.900 uh its not .I. ..--- y -- --. - rtd u-- ! E.rpj-at.-ei.-rca- inde II k j Jo-Ho- grand-daughte- e. nt Tbe r sate of b.ttx ry is concerts I fer cliiTikeB to ! l will tiku geod .ue.jiv, ,Uch. in tarn, 'drive wid srH caei-grtat e.'?pa',;-is llout i.l ei nd b. ciii s ti uee. ir ie il jt we HctUaily know k!v at it No' ut not, aiply at Cet.tn.1 Ifecard. wants ti know anlhiu; uioie aViLt e ercy ut Mr will It is mt, hjwev. r. I for V,V are making' cement Block skits, steam than ih i ice that its estiansUe, until d.Mry or or is Urn that it Incomes mea - Kcr, bIock cU force can be utilized in a attain enfi'.o a ,,,acks vard felice .. fofpocernnin et Steam is merlv urabfe as powtr. One ampere umkr s. ' hwt, nun,T.a at. t.Im, ,. prtssoe of o ie volt for one hour ffit?S uMtor mrula jrvii. i. ri. Garrard MAKbr Ca. tea cubic fj:t of water! ofheat. It ca.aiot be een any nvre ld. M'"kr a htal of nintty! than cleotricity. What we see and ! ma nuu. n !.,.-iu Vah lih n lciia: miscall steam u meivly water vapor ' fet CJV'!,. "b'.'ut ole hanIJ horse w.HMitlie steam is comIi;isinj back """ ' aiirimaieiym.M ' u w.rite or ,.etf . T wjp n-" iwat o::? pound of Harrotlsburg. Ky. farawrantT-viiM-e. in- - i P0' into water. 3 ei.m U If is ite torf.tyUntrw PahrenUit in JK froa. J to $! Splendid an acre. f Because electricity is inv bible is do 5e 8"M1"1 . 1Jea'M; etrwuy m practically new, fjclice lQ 12X rsyers Asd Water Ion reason why we b'lould it -! W.'t.d It 13 injuttTMlB to IBust loniTStO tils mvjtarfatw. W reollj scirers. know n great dt hI about it. We can of as. In time v will ali become so ' ineasurt- - it with Uia The City Taxes for 19115 are aicnrdcv familiar with tfcis fora. of clergy that tfee an tell just h w mu?a wo.k a given it will be no uo:e mysterious and fcar- - I and the Cit stands in urgent Heed ef 1 S.'yt'n - rfkfJZ1l PupImTij . irini J amoant of tl..-- . coirv vi.l do. We '. " the monev. Tile penally goes on by t, at t;r.e the worid will bo experi JJovomher! t and by ca.i easiiy fi;nire oat hw .nach light it forward ir, some new iurmu energy atol paying your taxes before that tiree will give, h'tjf .TJca b.-a-t it will ).ro onJ olectricity will be an olci story. dace, or how many 1mis jiuver yoti will save money. work il will accomi'iish in a given Water rent is iIjj du? sml many are time. in arrears and I am being urfjedtecloie Te Vhiln ivsry. Tliers arc three wajs of producing To whi;en Ivoo rub it veil with un- - up ail account as imicktj as electricity i.i ouauti.it.s. Elect, icily salted butter and places It In the sun- - possible. All persons owing taxes or can be nr d..red b fiiction. culfed a- -- w jt b dlseolortd It may bo water rtiil r.e urj'pritly nquesUd to u witJl a P86 ? M, come and seitie without further delay. static electricity, but in tiih form it is I wti'Be iwuia..u wa MU.uru UUilCf aiOIld 5U1U of no use co-- n uercidll , , esct-ji-t foi L. K. I.'erron. M. C. L. water and putting In the eun under purposes. Fcstage Stamps. Electricity can he produrcd by the The postage stamp lirst matte Its action of cheniicals. Thetleclric batappearance in ISS3. Its Inventor was Prlvflags cf Latfy ftlayofess. tttre is ttu1 e.ll I'lmipn til tirw fitif? fTn. James Chalmers, a printer of Dun-ik- c. AmoaB the privilegea enjtyed I , nailnn llwlF.i scnption. T.ie action of the chtmicais lh. Ln,v llVM, , who di.d In !;.:. Endland Adopt... the Bc.j. hartjr.nag y: . r of office is thst ot ed the sdheji stnuip iu 1S30. and i U1. uuu icaii..K diifeient c.ie :.ical contests of the btt- - entree at caurt. Instead or buiag com-ter- j stied the urt staL.ps for the use 'of reiui't-.-- . consiJeiabk oice of en-- ' pelted to take Lor place anions the the public in lSij. A year later tramps ergy. Energy caun .t be lost but it ordinary S"uest3. titled and untitled, at were IntroUcced into the United States can be changed into other forms. This court functions, rlie enters the. palace and Switzerland, and aoon afterward a "erinitf entrance, and fs receiv made their appearance in France and plu.iiiieMl ...im.rv i n!,.-intn h..t ' any of the other Belgium. ed by royalty energy and into electrical energy. The sues to. electricity pioduced in this way can be; used for various purpise i. FLATU'OOIf Electricity as we ue for light, firs Sol ty f.5irror. Mrs. S. L. Baird is very ill. A piece of mirror that had been heat and ntv.wr is 'ecured from lar;e are to sJne srass magnets' Tne tl.ctrij dtn.nio, .rthrowtl awa' J. II. Miller and family visited Mw. re M. F. Coricnejs last Sunday. oI J-- B" Crosv and generator, i.i the power hou-- e i r.aily 'lXi the Mr. and Mrs. G W. Elain visited at mirror Uzd hem btoLeu hi moving between the pD'e of which are whirl- - anil thfi tt.se ?A fnlcpn nut nnrl W. H. Furr's last SunJay evening. ed a number of heavy copper conduct- - duaped with a pile of tin cans, old Mr. S. L. Baird is boasting about a ors mounted ci an "armature." Mov- - shoes and iimk in a low place Bid! Moose voter that arrived at his ing the3e copper conductors across the about 70 tci rrcia the licu-- e. One home on the morning of Oct. 17th. "lines of foicc" between the poles of piece of the mirror was exposed so the magnets predates electrical en- - tuat il caught the rays of tho sun. MNA. ergy. It requires considerable me- - Cincinnati Enquirer. chanical ei:erg to move these copper Mr. Sam Prather has built him a nice bars as the pul.ing power of the mag- D.ad a3 a Doorn2j, cistern and is ready for this rain. nets must be overcome. This mechani- "As dead as a doornail" at Cr3t Mr3. Moris Ross and family visited cal energy is merely changed into seems utterly senseless, but becomes y. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Watson electrical energy. .The armature of a lively and picturesque when we generator, is whiiled by a, nienibfr that knockers were once unl- or Mrs. W. P. Lawson of Tipton. Mo. is steam engine or a wntcrwhr el It "aj"J uau i nicuiu me ft.noci.er. visiting her parents Mr. and Mrs. V. makes no dilicrence what foim of in ord'T to prevent disfiguring the T. Watson. door, a large or bolt was driven. mechanical power is used, ttie ivs'.ilt is An impatient nail Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Watson and c .Her. waiting for the same. This mechanical energy is door the be opened, would frequently daughter visited M j. Carl Prewitt and , changed into electrical ercrgy. This-- use the ki.ockor with great force, and family Sunday. in turn, can be changed into light en- the irresponsiveuess of the nail gave Mr. and Mrs. John Sanders of Marks ergy, into heat energy or back into rise to this expression. Harper's berry their f on Mr. R. W. j mechanical energy through the me- Monthly. Sandf rs from Saturday until Tutsday. dium of an electric motor For the sake of simplicity engineers assume that electricity is an invisible zr: 3E3 G fluid, without weight, capab'e of very rapid motion. It will How over a met m ON al wire just as easily as water win now n l- -i through a metal pipe. Water cannot i escape from the pipe, owing to the resistance of tlu iron, witiiout rupturElectricity cannot es ing the n.etal. cape from the wire, owing to the re- - Si sistancc oi me air tnrougn wmen it il! cannot How any more than water can flow through iron. li Wc Electricity is easily measured. know how fast it travels over a wire. we will have on display an entire Its speed is really astonishing, as il New Line of Trimmed Hats. will travel fully 186,000 miles a second. It travels as fast over a copper wire Also New Shapes. as light wave3 travel thrcugh the atmosphere. The amount of work electricity will do is measured in watts. A thousand watts is known as a kilowatt and is equal to one and one third horse power. When you have used a n ii - uniin? nw n ipy i.i t i: c i:-u- 'ructii, trt ever tie, Rt Theo y f-- Fresh ojstws, celery ami t'nrrey's. ". r.i ,m , lrsc w't'1'; I . t t-- e l- -- 5 pit 11 1 l- OH-a.- ii j ucii; ri. , e ; s-- i J3 1 Tu-sda- vis-ite- ,fpll 3Hrrao ... j A J riday and Saturday 9 October 24th, 25th. I L 1 cTHiss Rella Arnold as, 3 ae? Ia5o 8 The Central Rewru, rriday, Oct 24, 1913. MMaMMM3fltai IS fc36fc 5eg6WS3SS'gSSSS&S!! AND SAVE Eventually You Willi The Store -- Why Not Now, The bright Spot Beautiful HURT QOOIIM and ANDER SOI a33S33S3i33 1 in Lancaster. SS333S333S3 How to Collect "De world owes you a HvinV'sald Uncle Eben. "but you's liable to have to go after de world wif a hoe or an ax to make It give up." ilrnAIITUttl rAKiuuK o LULumn C HO H dpice below this beading Is roi the exclu-iv- e Monday. Umpire Brown, use of our farmer subscribers, and Is for Apropos of the leading incident hereMiss Daniels two chorus classes are the sale of stock, grain and such things on Read Hudson & Hughes advertis-me- in related, I will say that I was never farm as the farmer cannot afford to adver- progressing nicely. tise. No notice will be accepted over four at top of Third (3) Page it will other than a theoretical sportsman. exRev. J. R. Smith was a visitor at our The lines, and will be only in two issues of the SAVE YOU MONEY and GET YOU cept only excitement I ever had, school Wednesday morning. getting enough to eat, was a love ecobd, free of charge nt Rich Acton (By Wm. F. Miller.) Lawson Herron Come to the Foot Ball Game Swope 3 p. m. . Bourne Miss Noland Mrs. Currey taught for Referee Keith. HIGH SCHOOL NOTES. to-d- R. T. R. E. Q. F. B. L. H. R. H. Pierson. Turley. Vaughn. Wagers. Barnes. Ballard. ON THE WRONG TRAIL By FRANCES 8MITH. Owen Hendren, is able to return to bushels of Hill school after his painful accident. Onions. C. R. Henry, Kirksville, Ky. Patrons of the school; join the as A good yearling, bay pony for sale. sociation by buying a membership Miss Anna Bell Burnside. ticket Lancaster, Ky. Miss Masons room received the honor wanted A good fresh cow. Jersey Friday for the best marching in and perferred. E. C. McWhorter, Paint out of the building to and from class. Lick. Mrs. Swinebroad, Mrs. Siler, Mr. and I have a few bushels of well screen- Mrs. J. A. Beazley were visitors at Friday ed, blue stone seed wheat for sale. Miss Smiths room exercise Wade Walker. morning. Phone 224-T SATISFIED For SALE:-Fi- fty NEEDED BY GROWING CHICKS Green Stuff and Grit Are Absolutely Necessary for Growth and Stamina Cause of Runts. for sale:-- few pure bred Hamp- Richmond Caldwell Victim Of Another shire shoats. boar or gilts, $7.50 if Defeat By A Score Of 13 to 0. taken at once. S. A. Aldridge, Hyatts-villKy. Local Foot Ball Squad Jplayed Caldwell High School of Richmond on the Monte Fox bought of William Law-so- latters ground Friday, and defeated 13 head of 1050 pound cattle at 7 them by a score of 13 to 0. cents and 26 head of John M. Farra, The teams were evenly matched and weight 9S6 at 6 cents. it was a hard fought game from start Lawson and Brown shipped to the to finish. Richmond kicked off to Cincinnati markets this week a car of Lancaster and Herron receiving the mixed cattle and hogs. Cattle costing ball taking it to the 40 yard line. Swope, Herron, and Lawson running from 7 to 8 cents hogs from 3 to 6 the ball until held for downs, the Caldcents. well boys after 'taking possession of For Sale: Good gentle pony with the ball and finding they could not gain colt at side. Will sell separate or both. 10 yards thro' the Local Squad's line, Gentle for children to drive. they punted and the ball is blocked Mrs. E. Dunn, R. R. No 2, going behind the Goal that Caldwell Lancaster, Ky. defended, and Acton getting the ball pair of good 3 year old making it a touch down for Lancaster. FOR sale:-Lawson kicking the goal making horse mules. 10 head registered jersey Lancows, fresh with young calves. A the score stand 7 to 0 in favor of milk caster. lot of first clas3 pure timothy hay, will Richmond again kicks to Lancaster, deliver the hay in 5 or 10 bale lost. and Lawson gains the 6 yard line, but G. B. Swinebroad, Lancastar, Ky. fails to make another touch down in C. A. Robinson returned from Cin- the 1st, quarter for lack of time. cinnati this week where he disposed of 2nd. Quarter. a car load of stockers and a car of Lancaster's ball, Lawson makes a butcher stuff that realized him about ten yard gain, it look's is the second 6 cents here. The two cars contained as well as the beginning of the third 80 head that averaged about 800 quarter, neither side could do anything, pounds. only Tomlinson making a nice run on a n LOST:-OTuesday night Oct 14th a forward pass. Richmond and Lancasexchanging balls 4 times within 20 sorrel horse mule six years old, 15 ter yards. Carson and Barnes playing hands high. Left from the Perkins Has star ball for Caldwell and Swope. farm, on Crab Orchard pike, Any in- Tomlinson, Lawson, Bourne and Herblack spot on inside of hock. ron for Lancaster. formation gladly received by Jim Carters ville. 3rd. Quarter. Hamilton or Joe Lar at Lancaster kicks to Richmomd but Lost. the ball is soon turned over to Lancaster-Pierson and Gooseman do Sorrel horse, about eight years old, after white spot in forehead, two white hind their best for Caldwell, and after sevfeet, mane slightly bobbed. Strayed eral end runs by Swope and Bourne and hard bucks of Herron, Lancaster from Lancaster about 10 days ago. Mrs. Mary Perciful, Cartersville, Ky. get within 1J yards of the goal but, with the aid of spectators, Caldwell W. B. Burton made the following manage to carry Lancaster back purchases this week; at Mt Sterling about 5 yards. (Quarter out) he bought 4 horses at an average of 4th Quarter. $165, and 4 mules average $215. one Lancasters ball and one man off side horse of T. W. Duckworth for $150 end 4 mules of same party for $185, were penalhzed but thru the untiring each. He also bought a nice horse of efforts of Lawson, Bourne, Swope and Herron also the forward passes and 3 Pope Bros, for $150. minutes longer to play, Swope makes a nice end run which puts the Pig Flour Teat Skin under the goal. Swope goes to A good flour should not be pure kick the goal but fails, making the white, but rather creamy in tint score stand 13 to 0 in favor of LanWhen a little Is rubbed between the caster. Time Out thumb and first finger It should have Besides both teams doing exceptional a slightly granular feeling. A good fine work the playing of Herron, Law-soflout absorbs more moisture than one Swope, Bourne, Tomlinson and of inferior quality. Acton for the local boys and Gooseman Congleton, Barnes, and Wagers for FOR SALE OR RENT. Caldwell deserve special credit While the Caldwell boys did seem a Country Store And Real Estate. little out of the ordinary as tackling by I will on, the eye brows and getting a little help from the spectators, they are due SATURDAY, OCT. 25th, on the premises, offer for sale my much credit for the manner in which storeroom, stock of goods, consisting they treated the local boys. A return of a good clean stock of merchandise, game will be played here this, Friday, and also nice cottage adjoining, with afternoon at 3 o'clock, and a good good stables and out houses and about game is expected. Following is the line up for Friday's two and three quarter acres of ground. If not sold will rent My object in game:- selling is to engage in other business. Lancaater Post Richmond. C, Terms will be made known on day of West Sandlin. L. G. sale. Sale will take place at one Brown Gooseman. Grant L. T. Arnold. O'clock PVM. Alex Prewitt, Tomlinson L. E. Carson. , Hackley, Ky. Givens R. G. Congleton. A e, n, A n, It has been repeatedly proven by continuous experiments at government exppriment stations, and in private brooding houses by experienced breeders that the value of green stuff and grit for growing chicks cannot be overestimated. In fact these two common articles are absolutely necessary for growth and stamina. Some people say that they cannot get green stuff, and when we go in their yards later we see a lot of presumably healthy chickens, but the size for age and breed Is far below the normal, for the simple reason they have stopped growing at the critical period for lack of greens, and probably that lack is more the cause of runty specimens than any other part of the management As to grit every one should be able to supply that from even a gravel pile. If commercial grit is not convenient But the latter is the finest for the purpose of teeth in the chicks, then the feed will be ground fine and assimilated in the system, and the chicks will grow naturally and be a sight to prove the value of both necessary articles. BEST RESULTS IN SCALDING affair in my early twenties. The object of my affections was a little brunette with more money than sentiment and more brains than either. I had two rivals; Mr. Bonny, minister, whose physique, finances and prospects were light; Mr. Meels, grocer, prospects physique, whose and finances heavy. When my ardor had reached the speaking point I said: "Madge, will you marry?" "Yes," said Madge. "My darling," I murmured, "how I love you." "Well," she murmured back, "what of it?" "Why, we are going to be one, aren't we?" "It appears to me that you are already won," she smiled. "Who Is the other one?" "You." "Who?" "You." "Me?" "Yes, me I mean you!" "Oh;" At last she understood. "Where are we all three going to live? You know, Mr. Bonny " A horrible fear smote me. "Great heavens!" I cried, "Is he going to marry you, too?" "That'B what he said," averred Madge. What "Honeymoon" Means. majestic creature move siowiy ny and out of range of my gun. I panted It was a custom among the old Teuto pursue, but found that it would re- tonic tribes to drink of diluted honey quire an hour's work with my knire for thirty days, or a moon's age, after to enlarge the egress sufficiently for a wedding, and from this custom me to get out. When I did get out, came the expression a honeymoon. the buffalo had escaped, and in the Attila t! Hun drank, it is said, so distance I beheld Bonny spurring his freely of hydromel on his marriage horse to full speed. I was disgusted I day that he died of suffocation. with Bonny. Why should he t calmly on his horse within a mile of the buffalo, let it escape him, and then exhibit such trepidation because It had done WATER SUPPLY FOR F0ULTRY so? On the return I found a couplo of Automatic Device Is Shown In Illus tration Herewith Plan May Ee men skinning buffaloes. I bought a Used for Other Purposes. hide, went on and was first to reach camp. Pretty soon Bonny arrived. The sketch shows my automatic ca"Well?" said he. terer for poultry- - A jug. large bottle, "Well," said L "What do you think of this?" and he or any vessel that may be made airtight will serve the purpose. If a tree unrolled a fresh hide. "I think you are about as smart as is not handy drive a post where you I am," I evasively answered. "Where want your fountain. Two straps will hold the jug or bottle In place, and did you shoot your buffalo?" should be put on In a way that will "Right In its tracks!" said Bonny. While we glared at each other a make it easy to take out the vessel "collect" telegram was brought us. It and refill. Fill the vessel and invert it over the pan, having the mouth a read: "Don't slay buffalo. I have married little below the level or the pan's upper edge. The water will fill up the Madge. R. Meels." pan until it shuts off the air from the mouth of the jug and then stops. So long as there Is water in the Juj, the MOVABLE ROOSTS ARE HANDY , J ' Woman's Reason. Women have more of what is termed good sense than men They cannot reason wrong, for they do not reason at all. They have fewer pretensions. are less implicated in theories, and judge of objects mere from their immediate and Involuntary impression on the mind, and therefore more truly and naturally. Hazlitt Beards in Olden Times. The Greeks wore their bcard3 until the time of Alexander, but that great general, probably remembering an encounter with his wife.orderd the Macedonians to be shaved. lest their beards should give a handle to their enemies. Beards were worn by the Romans in 390 B. C. The Emperor Julian wrote a diatribe entitled "Misopogon" against the wearing of the chin appendage in 3G2 B. C. f T?OST-- M Frame Is Hinged to Back Wall and Fastened to Rafter Out of Way During the Day Time. Here is my plan of putting In movable roosts and it works fine for me. writes S. Wahl of Clay county, Ne1 i braska, in the Missouri Valley FarmeJ. The roost frame is hinged to the back wall with two hinges. A rope is tied to a ring in the front and fastened up Through the day the to a rafter. I 55SS III J; i Athletics for Women. The Spartan women, in the privacy of their own gardens, often amused themselves by throwing the javelin and by shooting with an instrument much like the modern shotgun, but Is was only as a form of amusement and not entered into with the comcetitlve idea which is so emphasized in mod-- ! era athletics because of its moral value. Lecort Of State Tax Commission Oa Constitutional Amendment. The Automatic Waterer. water will keep at this level, but will not overflow, writes Bert Ray of Calther, Okla., In the Farmres' Mail and Breeze. The fowls cannot get into the pan with their feet and old and young birds will have a clean supply of drinking water at all times. The same plan may be used in watering hogs, except that a barrel is used Instead. This is set on a small scaffold and a hose takes the water from the bottom of the barrel to the trough in the pen. The end of the hose in the trough must be protected. Water Should Bo Just at Boiling Point Before Birds Aie Immersed How to "Plump." To obtain the best result, the scalding of poultry Is something that must Over-scaldin- g be done with the greatest care. makes an unattractive carcass. The water should be just to a boiling point, but not actually boiling before the birds are Immersed. In doing this, it must not be forgotten the operator must hold the bird by the legs and head and then lift up and down in the water three or four times, when all feathers and should be removed very cleanly without breaking the skin. All scalded poultry should be "plumped" after picking by dipping for about two seconds in very hot water just under boiling point and then thrown into cool water of the natural temperature, where It should be allowed to remained for IS to 20 minutes. PROFIT DEPENDENT ON CARE Variety Has Very Little to Do With Possible Returns Per Fowl Must 8tudy Small Details. The profit that is possible per fowl is mainly dependent upon the caretaker, writes A. Q. Symonds In the Fruit Grower. It Is up to him to so care for the fowls In his charge as to reap the greatest reward. He must apply his intelligence to study the details that are so essential In egg production. The hen is a machine, nicely built and properly adjusted, and the caretaker must be familiar with this egg machine in order to secure the greatest profit per fowl. The variety kept has very little to do with the possible profit "per fowl. A flock of Plymouth Rocks may be made to yield greater returns than a flock of Leghorns per capita. True It is that some varieties are better egg producers than others, but it is also true that some varieties are better meat producers than others. No one variety has a monopoly on advanj tages or qualities. There Is no variety without some redeeming features that can be so managed by the skillful poultry keeper as to bring good returns. The basis of profit does not rely upon what branch of poultry keeping one follows. There. , are chances in every line,' eggs, meat "and fancy. The ordinary profit secured in any one of these branches caa be doubled, or trebled, by the skill and Intelligence of the caretaker. proflt-parins- "He never shall!" I swore. "I'll kill him like I would a a buffalo." I think Madge laughs too much sometimes. a "The idea of you I'll tell you what I'll I'll marry the first one of you that a bufhehehalo!" I would rather Madge had accepted me in a more conventional manner, but suppressing all selfish consideration, I cried: "Done!" and was off to challenge Bonny. He accepted readily. A week later found us camped in rethe then sparsely buffalo-settlegion of Colorado. The first day we spent trying to get suggestions relative to buffalo hunting. These suggestions were discussed over our coffee that evening. "Cowboys (all men west of the Mississippi were cowboys to him) are cowards," said Bonny. "I asked one of them 'If you were I where would you go to hunt buffaloes?' 'Where I would be least likely to find them,' he replied. 'My good man,' said I, kindly tell me how you do bring down a buffalo.' He took another chew of tobacco and squinting one eye, replied: 'I shoot them In their tracks. That is the best place for you to shoot a buffalo, young man, right in its tracks, and the older the tracks are, the better.'" My own information had been more practical. I had been told to lasso my buffalo and tie it to the nearest tree, where I could shoot it without danger, "at least to the buffalo," my informant added absent mlndedly. Unfortunately, I forgot my lasso the next morning and had to depend entirely upon my gun. While we lunched Bonny was apparently seized with an attack of delirium tremens. "Buffalo, buffalo!" he shrieked, and danced about "A cluster of them?" I asked. "Only a solitaire," he shouted, "but It's mine," and mounting his horse he backed rapidly away, presumably to keep the buffalo In sight while he circled it Rival as he was, I had to admit that It was the tactic of a brave man. As for me, I bodly started toward the buffalo. I had gone but a short distance when I came to an old dugout which had partly filled, leaving enough Ingress for a man nearly half my she to crawl through. The animal, scenting danger, approached me. Fearing lest I frighten it away, I got as far as I could Into the dugout The buffalo came on, Its head lowered, Its tail furiously lashing at the flles-on- , until It. was within twenty feet of me! 'I Js'ifpped the rest of the way into the dugout, and though my heart beat like a sledge hammer, I coolly put my gun to my shoulder, braced myself firmly against the farthest wall, the and with twtsd ll d breath-watched- "We recommend, that the proposed Constitutional Amendment should Le adopted by the voters of the State. "This'Amendment has been carefully drawn, its provisions are clear and plain. "It follows precedents which have been tried .and proved successful in Movable Roost Platforms. roosts may be swung or dropped out of the way and let down again at night. The roost poles may be laid either way lengthwise or crosswise. There are several of these roosts in use here and we think they are very handy. other States. PoultpyNotes VsVsllisHBMMKBMaaisaarBsWilllllsssssMBSisssSBBeay It seems as though nothing Is so poorly marketed as poultry. To make the layers take some exercise throw some ears of corn into the pen. Keep the houses and run clean. It will save trouble later in keeping the , fowls healthy. feed and equipment to raise cockerels. It costs a lot of money both for I Fresh eggs find ready buyers and command respect Bad eggs cause trouble. There Is more profit in disposing of cockerels as broilers than in holding them for roasters. Neatness brings buyers. The best in- For young or old stock, nothing always goes first Quick growth beats a wet mash of cornmeal and fluences quick sales. milk for fattening. The use of whitewash may be continued through the fall and winter with splendid results. Don't forget that water will and does make up a large per cent of an egg and also of a fowl's body. Keeping too many breeds is a poor way to succeed. One or two breeds given the best of care is best. A dose of cayenne pepper, well hid- The roosts should be low, especially for large heavy fowls, and they should all be of the same height Clover Is better than any other hay for poultry for the reason that It possesses nutriment g The improved appearance of the poultry shelters, both inside and out, is worth something to the owner. "It authorizes practical changes, which, in our judgment, if adopted, will increase revenue, remove restrictions now handicapping valuable enterprises, and place Kentucky upon a fair plane with other States which have shown marked progress and prosperity, as a result of same and sound revenue laws. "It provides that any and all changes made thereunder in our tax laws up to 1917 must be approved by the people themselves after passage by the Legislature and their approval may be made a condition after that time, so that the whole matter rests in the hand3 of the people. "We consider the Amendment necessary in order to enable the Lesislature to take in initiative in any effective revision of the revenue laws of the State, which have been condemned by the then State Tax Commissions and criticised annually by the State Equalization Board. "W. O. Davis, Chairman, Woodford County. "Elwood Hamilton, Secretary, Franklin County. "V. B. Moody, Henry County. "W. A. Frost, Graves, County. ,L. C. Owings, Jefferson County." LIVE STOCK MARKET. CINCINNATI UNION STOCK YARDS, Oct 22 Hogs Cattle Sheep CATTLE: Shippers $67j?)7 75 den in a small piece of fat and given should all face away from the door. at night. Is good for a simple cold. Remember that the hens which lay The average poultryman will gain the golden eggs are the ones that proIn the end by sending off the cocker- duce them when they bring the highels as fast as they attain broiler age. est prices. 'There's a difference In breeds as to egg production, early laying, early maturity and market finish. Look Into this. darkest part of the hen house, and The nesting boxes should be in the Batcher steers extra Good to choice Common to fair Heifers, extra Good to choice Common to fair Cows, extra Good to choice Common to fair 7 4 For swelled head try a solution made of equal parts of vinegar and lukewarm water, used morning and evening as a wash. Canners Balls balognas If your poultry house Is crowded Fat bull j Too much corn Is harmful to the' CALVES: extra chiqks just as it Is to the hogs, and and you cannot afford to build ancorn should always be fed with some other, sell off some of the birds. Fair to good Common and large Crowding Invites disease. green stuff. SO oo 6 75 7W 6 75G5P eiVTSi rt H& i SU 37 !0 4 6 OOijJ s 23 5 2V3&75 ,,,?.,, 3 255VO 3 Ji0fiS. 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