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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 19, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915081901_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 19, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELIGION, UN1ARNJSIIEI) DEMOCRACi AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY SIXTH VKAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 19. t . Get vour Klour, bran, oats anil corn frcm Hudson, Hughca AFarnau. HOUSE. The death ef Thomas House occurred at the home of his son, James House, last Friday. Deceased was born In Garrard County eighty seven years ago, and hnd'been engaged in farming all his life. He Is survived by his wife, two daughters, Mrs. Withers and Mrs. Lewis Ilrown, three sons, Taylor, James and Ilobert House. Ilrlef funeral services were conducted at the grave by Itev. F. &U tinder. I9I5. ft NUMBfcR 20. MULE TRADE DULL Mr. W. II. Burton reports the trade In mules very dul at this time as there is no demand for army mules, all contracts having been conceded for a time at least. Mr. Burton is one of our best buyers nnd has furnished several hundred to the Allied Armies in the past year. There Is yet some demand for cheap horses, but very few are being ofTered. In the present week Mr. Burton purchased a marc of liable Brothers, for $100. an one of T. J. Price for the same money, al'oone nice gelding of Humphrey Hudson, of Danville, for $1WI. See our "Money Maker" E3 What li the Rood of holding the key to the altuation if you cannot And the key hole? Safe Silage Cutter. GOOD DEALERS SELL THEM, 1 WLnt aomv men know about motor. Ing would (III a book; what they don't know fill cemeteries. KOIt SALEj-Tw- o 1913 Harley-Dav-Idao- n f Motorcycle, In flrat class tion. Apply at this office. condi- CAREFUL MEN BUY THEM. All Sizes from 34 Horse Power ud. Automatic Safety Yoke, "Always Ready" Detachable Trucks carry a Complete Cutter on Skids. Saves time, freight and storage. CONN BROTHERS. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. Ask for Auto Tickets given on old and new accounts. Also with each dollar cash purchase. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ollice Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. SCHOOL Viaw BOOKS. all fh .T-ci- f There will be an Ice cream supper at ASHLEY. the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edd Simpson of Teatcravllle, Saturday, August 21, Died, at her home In Richmond, for the benefit of the church. Kentucky, last Saturday, little Luclle Ashley, aged two years and eight If you want to throw something at She was the infant daughter somebody -t- hrow cologne, or roses. months. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Ashley, forDo not throw brickbats, or mud. If of you must kic- k- go behind the barn merly of this place. Thus over a happy home the shadow and kick yourself. For if you feel that grave has fallen and as some way you are the man that needs kick- of a little one has said It Is wonderful how long a ing. shadow a, little grave can throw. This little girl was so precious, to Lancaster firms are constantly studying the needs and requirements of their frought witn blessings to her parents customers. They select such things as that she seemed a flower of paradise permitted to bloom for a brief season Ufa best suited to Till your needs nnd olTer them to you'at moneysiving prices by their side then recalled by Him whe through their advertisements. If you said. "SufTer little children to come don't read the advertisements in the unto me, and forbid them not for of Ilecord each week you are overlooking such is the KIngdon of Heaven." Urief funeral services were conducta part of it that is most profitable to ed at the grave by Eld. F. M. Tinder you. and the body was laid to rest in the fp Hrothcr. don't atop your paper just Lancaster cemetery Sunday afternoon. j because you don't agree with the editor. The last cabbage you sent in DAVE WALKER didn't agree with us e'ther, but we didn't drop you from our subscription Suddenly Stricken With Heart Failure list on that account. N'o, we simply Called To Final Reward. aid.' "Make us thankfnl for what we are about to receive" -- and after we reThe news of the sudden death of ceived it we were not able to say any David Walker was passed from friend thing. to friend Tuesday afternoon as a shock barbed with pain and sorrow. When GOOD INSURANCE HAN this paper last came to you the deceas Mr. Henry Simpson who has had ed was upon our streets greeting his many veary of experience in the In- friends, today all that is mortal of our surance field and is considered one of friend and townsman is at peaceful the best in the state, has accepted the rest in our Silent City. The news of agency for the National Life and Ac his sudden death cast a gloom over the cident Company and will have his of- whole community, for all of the forty-tw- o years of his life had been fice in the Garrard Hank and Trust Co. passed among us, and every heart building. was touched with sympathy for the stricken ones, from whose home circle MORGAN'S MEN. he had fled. None but those who have sat in the Hon. Horace M. Taylor, Secretary of the Morgan'a Men Association, has shadow of sudden deaths can justly announced that the Morgan's Men re weigh such a shock and sorrow as this. Leaving home, as usual, last Muiday union will be held at Olympian Springs, August 31, September 1 and 2. He also afternoon to attend to some work on announced that the rates at the hotel his farm near town, he was suddenly would be i- - per day. Special summer stricken about 3.30 o'clock, while load' ing baled hay and died in about twenty rates will be quoted on the railroads. minutes, never having regained con OFFICERS OF THE EAST- Let Us Have Your Order for a LAND ARE INDICTED Captain Pederaen Engineer and Erickson, of the steamer Eastland, President Arxnold, General Manager Hull and two other officers of the company which own the vessel were indicted in criminal court In Chicago in connection with the Eastland disaster on the Chicago river. The officers are charged with criminal carelessness, the others with manslaughter. CONGRATULATIONS FROM INDIANA. W congratulate the Democrats of Kentucky on the nomination of A. 0. Stanley for governor. He is a man of large nullities and already has at tained i national reputation. He wil make a governor of whom the state will be proud. He will shed luster on Kentucky throughout the nation. FORD AUTOMOBILE We ' are expecting a Car Load any day. HASELDEN BROS. Automobile Tickets Given With Cash Purchase. Every hi Indiana clasps hands with Kentucky across the Ohio and tenders her sister state the warmest of felicitations Evansville Courier. NO MORE CHANCE THAN A SNOWBALL IN HADES. I.att F. McLaughlin, defeated for the Rupublican nomination for Governor, has written a note to E. P. Morrow, the successful candidate of the party. He calls his note a "letter of condolence" andan "expression of his pathy for the Republican nominee for Governor." He tells Mr. Morrow he will have to "spend some of his time and means in a doomed campaign, as he has no more chance to win than a,snoc- ball has to live in hades." "You com mitted suicide at Lexington," he says. 'and victory for our party was thete assassinated. The trap closed on us will get us August 7, and the dead-fal- l on November 2 unless vour soul awakens from selfishneas and you have the magnanimity to withdraw before the certificate of nomination is issued to heart-felt-sy- 31 I C 31 IE VISIT LYON'S BUSY GASH STORE SCHOOL OPENING S s S TABLETS. A Adoptions. PENCILS. LUNCH BOXES The Lancaster Graded School will open on Monday August 3Uth. The opening date is earlier than usual, but s the Monday nearest September first and all Graded city schools throughout Kentucky will open on that date, Parents are urged to see to it that all pupils be present on the first day. SAME IN GARRARD. SATCHELS. I McRoberts Drug Store. Auto Tickets on Every Cash Sale. The Democrats had a mighty waim fight in Mercer county. All the candl dates had loyal Bnd hardworking friends but we arc glad to state that the fight left no sore spots in the party and since 14 the primary the Democrats have all gotten together and are standing shoulder, to shoulder for Stanley and the remainder of the ticket. Mercer is going to give the nominees a big Harrodsburg majority in November. Herald. sciousness. Thus closed the life of one who has passed into the joy of his Lord. Much has been taken from the devoted par ents and sister and brothers, sweet ties have been severed, but much is left. The Christian's hope and fadeless memories are theirs. He was a faith ful member of the Christian church. having Joined it in early .life. Now the devoted boy who remembered his Creator in the days of his youth, has finished his course and reached the heavenly goal while yet an Infant in you. CONFEDERATE REUNION and Secure Automobile Tickets With Each Cash Purchase. AT HARRODSBURG. The reunion of the famous Orphan Brigade of Confederate veterans will be held at Harrodsburg this year on Wednesday 6th. Gen. Wm. B. Haider- man has been elected President of the Brigade and is already making arrange' ments for the aonual outing. The coming reunion will mark the year and the reunion of the Orphan Brigade, which now has but few survivors, but whose gallantry hnd efficiency in bahalf of the Confederacy is betokened by many a grave upon the battlefields of Ala bama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, KentucKy, Louisana, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia. Every State of the Con' federacy has the honor to hold in her bosom the dust of one or more of these noble soldiery fifty-fourt- h thirty-second G. 5 YOUNG MIDSHIPMAN DIES. 1 1 (!) III j(-... To INSURE In a Leading I 1 : American Company Springfield Such as CAPITAL .:. i. the 3,800,000,00 ..r Fire and Marine. . THOMAS & EUK1IN, Agents. I u IT William L. McCarty, a Midshipman of the second year class at Annapolis stationed on board the Ohio at San l'edro, Cal., died of spinal meningitis Monday. McCarty was well known in Lancaster, haying been born and rear' ed in Stanford. He was an athlete of ability, having been Captain of the Stanford base ball team. His many friends here will learn of his death with the deepest grief. the race of life. The funeral services were held at the home of his parents on Lexington street, Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock, conducted by Eld. F. M. Tin der, after which interment took place in the Lancaster cemetery, in the pretence of a large concourse of friends and relatives. The beauty and profusion of the floral offerings attest' eu tne nign esteem tn which he was held. Besides his father and mother, &lr. ami Mrs. Joel Walker, he leaves a s!ster Mrs. It. C. Brewer of Chelsea, Okla., and two brothers, Joel Walker Jr, and W. D. Walker of this city. "One less at home. The charmed circle broken a dear ones face Missed day by day from an accustomed place; But cleansed nnd saved and perfected by grace. One more In heaven." M LANCASTER. LYONS. KENTUCKY. Old Hickory WAGONS. When you go to buy a Wagon What do You Want? 1st -- OF- HUGHES & SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE HEN LANCASTER. KY. Come and let us sell you a farm in Garrard County, whore five millions of pounds of the best tobacco is grown annually; where all the agricultural products grow abundantly; where the best live stock fa bred; where the blue grass grows, where good schools, moral and hospitable people are attracting Lancaster the many home seekers. the county seat, has three banks, telephone exchange, electric light plant, creamer, splendidwaier workssystem, two flouring mills, grain and hemp warehouse, tobacco warehouse, on the L & N railroid, one of the best graded schools in the State, having an endown-mefund of $50,000.00 In addition to a We can $30,000.00 new school building. sell homes or choice lots near the school. Our price Is the owner's price. We refer to any bank or to any official for proof that we will deal fairly with you; as we have done for ten years and have no dissatisfied customers. farms of Improved and unimproved alt sizes and various locations and at various prices, but any farm priced at .Its market value. nt DOLLAR REPLACES POUND. GARRARD COUNTY STOCK n I I N Contractors and Dealers Vt carry every thing in the builder's line suchjas The American dollar became the standard of the world's financial mar. ket when English pounds sterling, francs, lires and virtually all foreign exchange went down to new depths in an avalanche of bills that poured into the New York exchange markets from American manufacturers seeking pay for war munitions. It developed that every contract In America calls for payment in American dollars, Insuring that the immense losses will be borhe to the last penny by foreign buyers not by American manufacturers. At Stanford Fair This Week. Quite a lot of Garrard county stock will bu exhibited at the Stanford fair this week, Mr. C. P. Currens, of lower Garrard is exhibiting some of his fine Jersey's and no doubt will take He down several of the blue ribbons. has shown them at several fairs al ready this season and has been quite successful. Mr. G. B. Swlnebroad, the king of Jersey breeders in this county, will also have some of his OF at this fair, among the number being his champion bull, Oonan My Forfar shire, some name and some bull. The Red Berkshire hog will be in evidence, as the cream of this breed of bogs originated in this county, and are being bred better each The year by their proud owners. principle breeders and owners of the Kentucky Rei Berkshire will be on hand from here and will take down most of that good money. It will be worth the price of the admission just Those exhibiting to see these hogs. from this county are; S. L. Gibbs, J. G. Burniide, Robert J. Walker. A. K. Walker. W. B. Denny nnd Woods Walker and ion. 2nd 3rd 4th Sth 6th 7th 8th 9th Light Running. Well seasoned material. One that has an established reputation. Substantially built. Attractively painted. Strongly ironed. Safely guaranteed. Manufactured by reputable manufac- Rough and Dressed Lumber, Doors, Windows, Column Moulding, Lathes, Plaster, Cement, Crushed Stone, Sand, Lime, Brick and Building Paper, Shingles, Metal and Rubber Roofing, Nails, Hinges, Latches, Paints, Varnishes etc. Houses for rent and sale. Kentucky REPLY TO AUSTRIAN NOTE. very much The State Department made public Monday the reply of the United States rejecting the views set forth by Austro-Hungar- y in a note contending that ex- turers. Sold by responsible dealers. to N m A.H.Bastin&Son portation of war munitions from America to Austria's enemies was "not consonence with the definition of neutrality." The note insists that the American Government Is pursuing a strictly neutral policy and adhering to a principle upon which It would depend foi munitions In the markets of the world in case It should be attacked by foreign Power. The note recalls that . Wanted. Austria and Germany furnished munitions to Great Britain during the Boar A six hors power gasoline engine. war, sanctioned by international war. Apply at this office. the Old Hickory Wagon. You find all of this in Come And We Will Show You. W J. ROMANS I Lancaster, Kentucky, .u ft 11 9 9 il 1 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 tance Give me a few will minutes of your time and thought. We make this appeal to you as we fee! a better acquainmake us both money. As years pass on we have grown larger, building more and better BUGGIES. 9 9 9 9 & 9 9 9 Today we are offering you direct from the manufacturer, the BEST BUGGY MADE for LESS MONEY than the average factory Buggy. Give these facts due consideration and let us make you estimates. I will be in town county court day with sample buggy. On that day I will offer to the highest bidder, One Five Passenger, Rebuilt OVERLAND TOURING CAR, Fully Equipped With New Tires all Round. Sell for Cash or Good Note. 9 5, MAKES KY DANDRUFF QUICKLY dUl i used1 "Seine twenty year ag' Chamberlai'i's Colic, Cholorn and V Diarrhoea Remedy. " .vntes Geo. V nojuui.m-MMo one likes dandruff, but to net ndj This Lancaster Citizen's Advice. lirock. publisher of ihe Enterprise of ft you must do more than wash your Aberdeen. Md. "1 discovered that It hair. The cause of dandruff lies not in j Never neglect your kidneys, was a quick and safe cure fnrdiarrhoea. the hair, but on the scalp and in the hair Of BOtHDON POUTRY ClBf Since then no one can sell me anything If you have pain in the back, and just as twice daily you use a ary disorders, diiiines ami Durirg ail down a chir throat cure, said to be "just as good'. A ftw ilt i la Ihe tooth powder or cream to ness, it's time to act ami no time to these years I have uM it and recom Bred to one of the greatest boars of the breed nunir ir.itcr t.are ami OFFICE cleunje your teeth of germs, so you shuld experiment. ircieiu ch"if, UurrHoea These are frequently mended it many times, and it has never and .therein, k Ore .!. ; use Parisian Sag twice daily to drive symptoms of kidney trouble, ami a disappointed anyone " For sale by al) t"i '"lllc mike . l : i. r I CENTRAL RECORD HL'ILDlNfi M t no a e At a I 'r ugi.t. JOyyjjanJruirfromyoiirscalp. prevent its remedy which is recommended for .the dealers. STSLLS ifU'e I'h ir.e -t s.ir r ami It i.'i Ienr Phone II ho stut I 'iEf; return, proieci your nair xrom lalling kidneys should be ttiken in tim. Boerhm Rins, Ca.Ui I It SiI K ky SO HEAD. Tried Sows, Bred Gilts, Open Gilts, 5 Fall out and nourish itsjrroperarowih DanOoan's Kidney I'illa is a km1 remedy STANFORD druff your hair fallout. Parisian to it Said by McRoberls Drug Store Boars. Progeny of FANCY COL., SUPERBA and DE- Safro makes Dandruff fall jut and vour hasuse. No need U inexperiment. in makes many es acted effectively Mrs. J. S Kidetpvnt Tueeda.s at L rat Kid J. R. Mount, Son & Co. hair stay in. FENDERS OHIO CHIEF. Lancaster. Koltow tb advimaf a Lanlloldsm. Orchard with Mrs. I,.iunrt A delightfully prtumd hair and scalp caster citiaen. tMalmnitl AbjiIk BnnlinJ n Uw. ........ Frank Hlbbard. Water St.. Lancas- S. P. Stugg, of Lexington was lieie week or so here with her grundri ther inexpensive and obtainable 'rom K E. ter, says: "I had weak kidney and Monday sinking hands with hi old Mrt. Mar Pennv AUG. McRoberts and or at anv droit or toilet their action was irregular ami often frintuU. Kv. and .Mrs. J. W ilagin of counter. painful. ( My back pained me ami it Oma Proctor ha ben quite (nKlon. who have beein isitii g relatives W. Murrmr, Critil untr Optician was then that I used Dean's Kidney for several dajs at her Iraroe on Dn.j1OTr Free entertainment at Vaughan Hotel, Sale com t,ft WetWHay for Danville, Pills. They fixed me up in good sliape. ville avenue. PREACHERSVILLE .Mr whl,r,. theV will w the gu.'ts of mences at one o'clock. Write for catalog. The trains left and my kidneys became .Mrs, H. C. Uuptey has returned home awl Mrs. I'll el I Cotdi normal." Master Cook Gill has been sick. Dr. ami .Mrs. W. K. Shugnrs aud son Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim after a virit to relatives ami friends at Mr9. F. F. Cummins has been indis- ply ask fora kidney remedy get Doan's ShepherdsviHe. W. K. Shugars, Jr.. Miss Emma Hays, posed. Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Ilib Miss Josephine Hayden. of Paris, is Mr. and .Mrs. T. W. Jones. Joe Warner Miss McKechnie. of Hubble, visited bard had. Co.. Props., here visiting her grandmother. Mrs. and Jack Rout motored to Lexington Fine Cut Flowers. Sunday for the afternoon. Uuffilo. N. V. relatives here. Permelia Brown. .Mrs. J. J, Thompson visited Mrs. F. M. F. Elkln, of Lexington, as usual .Mrs. It. A. Asbury, of Little yock. John M. McRoberts. Auctioneers, Igleheart & Morris. L. Thompson. NotArk., is the guest of her mother. Mrs. cims horn- - to vote Saturday. MARKSBUKY withstanding the fact that he has lived Charlotte Warren. Mr. and Mrs. Newton Gill viaited in Lexington for fifteen yenrs. Mr. Tom Gill and wife. Mrs. R. M. Newlnnd ami little daughMr. itylie hon sold at lot of hogi at Elkin never fails to come back to vote. Miss Lucile Thompson visited Miss '$ ters, are the guests of relatives and cts. Allie Mae Thompson. Mr. John Bright Sr.. passed away at iriends at Richmond. Mr. Bob Long and family spent Sun his heme on Danville avepue Sunday Born, to the wife of Mr. Arthur .MiMrs.'C. C. Leete, of Resslami. N. C. day with Mr. Jim Clark. afternoon at I o'clock. He hail been ller a nice ten pound son. is the guest of her brother. J. T. In poor health for several moi.ths due Paint Lick. .Mrs. Mason Holtzclaw sprained her Miss Ella Harnett of Hustonville is Livingston and family. Kentucky to'okl age. He was alnut years of visiting Miss Mary Chesnut. ankla at the Broadhead fair. Misses Mary Lee and Elizabeth Givens age. There are live children, namely. Little Miss Elsie Hutchins has been Mrs. Nelson, of Bowling Green is the are visiting Misses Sallieand Mary Bird Wm. Bright, cashier of the Lincoln quite sick of whooping cough. guest of Mr. Jno Hoyston and family. Givens at Middlesboro. County National Bank, John Bright, .11. Casey, I). V. II. Miss Lela Cress, of Monticello, visit Miss Maud Clark of Sugar Creek pike Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Sanders of Wil- - Misses Lizaie, Maggie and Mury Bright ed her uncle. Mr. .1. M. Cress. was the guest last week of Mrs. Ed. more, are the guests ot their son, J. to mourn the los of a kind ami devoted Veterinary Surgeon. father. The interment occurred Monday .Mr. David Burge has sold out his Clark. M. Sanders and family. afternoon at 3 ockxk in llulfalo Spnngt belongings and will go back to Illinois. Hughes Did you know that Hudson, Grntliinte ('iiicinniiti Veterinary Mrs. Lelia B. Cobb is visiting Mrs. cemetery. Kev. B. C. Horton. of Richmond, and Farnau sell the highest grade seed Charles T. Bohnn and other relatives College The sad news that wa received here preached to a good crowd on Wednes- - wheat, rye and barley. See them, 3t and friends at Lebanon. Monday announcing the death of Will Ol!W at W H. l!url n Sale Stable. day evening at the M. E. church. The following messengers were apMrs. Mattio N'evius mid Miss Lillian McCarty, Jr. Night Phone 211 h gloom over the We handle only the highest grade pointed to represent the Forks of Dix McCalry are the guests of Mrs. J. II. whole city, as Will was liked by all who Hiver church at the South District As- Buck at Gilbert's Greek. coal. Our prices are low. knew him. He w midshipman or the sociation which meets this week with Hudson, Hughes & Farnau Mrs. Sophia Alcorn an t Mis Sopia Ohio and hud been to the exposition Hill church Washington All the little folks are having a siege the Pleasant sojourning at the Crab and was making preparations to return . County, Messrs J. W. Mahan, James Saunders are to New York when he was taken ill i with whooping cough. Little W. H. Orchard Springs this week. Turner, Tom Chesnut. Sam Foster. 'with spinal meningitis. He was a young Cummins was in a critical condition for FUNERAL DIRECTOR Mrs. M. B Snlin was called to Owen- - man of about 21 years of agi nnd Kev. Mahan closed a good meeting some time. Ulllce Over National Hank ton last weak by the death of her a very promising young man He . Mr. Ralph Ballard, of Crab Orchard. w,ith ,hi,s, eh"eh?t 'h" P''M- Mrs. . B. t ilfflre Phone 27 graduated here in 11112 from Stanford Ri'Si linre doing the preaching. ""Jtonvlllo a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ballard. An average cost of two rents a niile provides . Mr. and Mrs. II. Brady spent High School and then he went to the I ANt'ASTKH. KY ,h'" or,ler The crow, were ouJ and Miss Grade, the pretty Sunday in llumxl-iburfor operating and maintaining a Ford car the guests of Naval Academy at AnnaMiiis Md As .!,..rht..r nf Mr ml Mr. J m Tn,. WHS excellent, and according to Pastor Mr. and Mrs. Jutnes F. Brad). asyet no arrangements have been maUe And "Ford After Service for Ford Owners" ford were married at Stanford last Mahar.'s openion the series of sermons .Mrs. Robert White has urrived here us to the interment. by Kev. Beagle were the best that had sures the continuous use of your car. In For All Kinds of week. been preached to the church tor several from Ponca City, Okla., and is the guest every contingency there's n Ford dealer, near Rev. Claunch of of her brother," Mr. George Bright. successive years. by, with a complete stock of parts. The Case Of L. L. Canlelou. Harrodsburg led the music, and there Miss Kathleen Walter, ot Lancaster, NOW HER FRIENDS will arrive Monday to be the guest of Uarring the unforeseen, each buyer of a new The case of L. L. Cantalou, Claren- were additions to the church. Mrs. Wallace Walter during the fair. Kord car at retail between August 1914 and August don, Texas, is similar to that of many 1915 will receive from $(l. to SCO. as a share Of the others who have used Chamberlain's itev. Alfred A. Higgins, of Louisville, HARDLY KNOW HER Not So Strange Alter All. Ford Motor Company's profit. Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. is here for his vacation the guest of his COX, You may think it strange that so parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.'ll. Higgiiu. He says, "after trying a doctor for Town Car G90; Touring Car Kunabout several months, and using different many people are cured of stomacli trouMiss Maria Kincaul, of Louisville, who Coupelet $"5il; Sedan $075. t. o. o. Detroit with all But This Does Not Bother Mrs. .You kinds of medicine for my wife who had ble by Chambe'lain's Tablets. spent several wtekt here the guests of On display and sale at equipment. Phoiv i would not, however, if you should give Mrs. Beverly Huut, been troubled with severe boweJ Burton, Under the "Dice Hours i to Vi a. m. has returned home. am ltoi "toOp. m for several months, I bought a them a tiial. Tl:ey strengthen and inMrs. Adelia Woods and Miss Minnie Circumstances. MADISON GARAGE, 25c bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol- vigorate the stomach and enable it to Woods have returned home after spendM. K. Deuiiy ami W. A. Wheeler tit era and Diarrhoea Remedy. After us- perform its functions naturally. Mrs. ing several weeks at Crab Orchard SprHouston, Texas. In an inteiesilng ing the second bottle she was entirely Kosie Rish, Wabash I nil., writes, ings. Kentucky. Richmond. Doclors Of Denial Surgery. "Nothing did mu the least good until letter from this city, Mrs. S. C. Burton .cured." For sale by all dealers. Mrs, Robert Sallee ami little daughI began using Chamberlains Tablets. writes as follows : "1 think it Is my duty omre Siorm,'. llnllUlugoTet Hurt J. Ailr .on mniture (More. It is decidedly the best medicine for ter, of Richmond, have bean the guests to tell you what your medicine, Cardul, LANTASTIC, QUITS. KENTUCKY. trouble I hav everused." For of her brother. Air. Ed Ballard and the woman's tonic, lias done for me. family. sate by all dealer. Said it young ami tactless husband, I was down sick with womanly trouble, Mrs. C. Hays Foster and little daugh To his inexperienced wife: ter, Jane Murrell are the guesta of her and my mother advised several different "If you wounl but give leading D. treatments, but they didn't seem to do Such u fashionablo life. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. parents, Dr. and Mrs. O. J Nuchois of me any gooa. i nngercu aiong tor tnree Pineville. And devote more time to cookin- gor lour months, and lor three weeks, J W. B. Itaj. et al, Piuintllf, Mrs. Annie Newland, who was called How to mix and when to bake-Th- en was in bed, so sick I couldn't bear for VS - NOTICE. to Lexington on account of the illness perhaps you might make pastrySJ Elora Long, et al. Defendants. of her daughter, Mrs, Marvin Adams, any one to walk across the floor. Ollice at Itainey Livery Stable, Such as. mother used to make." My husband advised mc to try Cardul, Notice is hereby given that the under- returned home Monday. Kentucky I have taken two Lancaster, Vie woman's tonic. signed, W. H. Brown, Master ComAnd the wife resenting, answeied Mr. and Mrs. L. 11. Hilton and littlo bottles of Cardul, am feeling fine, i ' MH missioner of the Uurraid Circuit Court, ill i I i S ftaf II T Rained (For the worm will turn, you know.) will sit in hig ollice in Lancaster, Gar- son, James are the guests of her par- 15 pounds and II M do all of my housework. "If you would but give up horses rard County, Ky., on Saturday, August ents, Mr, and Mrs. J. R. Cass at Friends hardly know me, I am so well." And u score of clubs or so 21, 1U15, beginning at 9 o'cIock, A. II., and attending the fair. The four designs of Corlright Metal Shingle as ihown above are If you suffer from any of the ailments for the purpose of hearing proof upon To devote more time to business made in any of the following wayss Manufacturer and Dealer In the question as to whether the land Rev. and Mrs. August Ballbach and so common to women, don't allow the When to buy and what to stake-Th- en described in the petition in this case son, Frank, of Woodtown, N, J,, re- trouble to become chronic. Begin taking . Stamped from e and painted Red. perhaps you might make money can be divided between the owners 2. Stamped from It Is purely vegetable, High-Cla- ss and painted Green. Such as father used to make." Monuments. thereof, allotting to W. B. Ray twenty-liv- e turned home Tuesday after spending a Cardul 3. Stamped from its Ingredients acting In a gentle, natural e and Galvanized by a In fee simple, and to process. fortieths Original Designs und Prompt Ser4. Stamped from special Edie Ann Ray fifteen fortieths way on the weakened womanly constituGalvanized Sheets. ,Thero l8"No;Question for and during her natural life, game tion. You mn no risk in trying Cardul. vice. Guaranteed Quality. ConHow To Cure a Sprain. Each and eveiiygenuine Cortright Metal Shingle is embossed with this but that indigestion and the distressed to vest absolutely in her children now It has been helping weak women back to " Cortright Reg. U. S. Pat. Off." Trade-matfeeling which always poes with it can living or which she may hereinafter nections at all Granite nnd Marble A spriiin may he cured in about t d health and strength for more than X fee promptly relieved by taking a have or their heirs, quantity, quality and For Sale bu Olllco and Works on the time required by the usual years. It will help you. At all dealers. Quarries. value duly considered in the said allotCemetery Hill. Closed on Saturdays ment, and the Commissioner will re- treatment by applying .Chamberlain's Tlrtfe lot Local Contractors or Cortright Metal Roofing Co., 50 port to the Court his finding upon the Liniment and observing the directions AJvlury Dtp!.. CluluiKixd, AI.JU.ln. Co., Uji,,' Telephbne 104. Irnn., lor Itnal before and (Jtcr each ratal. 23o&boi. evidence heard. hutrucliunl o our c.l. book. with each bottle. For sale by all irMtmot lor Wan," mm nj pUla wi.ppw, Hum In North 23rd St., Philadelphia. R. E. MeRobsrti W. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. dealers. ? 1 DON'T EXPERIMENT The Twenty Year fest. j Nf 'Hl HIIIWWIW A COK VANISH. Ycu m Hake No Mislake if You Follow LirOC TO T- 50W i ONE ' i Hit whiiiii 4 . BOP c I urin-root- nervous-germicid- I rl'. . i i..-.i- f Dr. J. S. GILBERT. ' UnamplOn Jrremier T- i .' ' KY., TUESDAY, 24. lov-Mr- 111 J. O. DUNCAN, Honakers D'-illtiti- Lebanon, Kentucky. Foster-Milhur- n H. J. PATRICK, t. John I eit J. ff Beazlev sister-in-la- HuU-hison- J R0UGH LUMBER, :G.C. Manse.Ky M com-plai- I ' Dr. Wm. .Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. B r 1 I LU19 ki tmI'll M hand-dippin- g U Urod-hea- d HARRY JACOBS Tin-plat- Tin-plat- e Tin-plat- (25-4- d (15-4- one-thir- 0.ny. Stanford, Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday Aug 9 1 19 5. 1 !! Page 3 ' FOR YOUNG FOLKS iti !! 19 GASTORIA For Infants nnd Children. A Fortune Telling System Br F. A. MITCHLL tnblu wus between them, They had Utii ptuilng euchre. She suggested n game of hearts. "No, thanks," lit mild, "t nm not fcu tu'Ul UK to play it Ktitnuof tivnru ltU n rmtii'tU'. Your lclltns nru alrrmly eulUeli'iitly uuuhtous ultlioiit nddlui; uu unworthy n vnon n myself." "Vou know wry null what I menu. You nlmj'ly wlsli tu vny tomctliliic Biiinti." Shu was shuttling tho cnrdu, hut hvr What hvr mlnil was not on thciu. mind wns on, or, rnther, that was ou her inlud, did not lutvrost htm. Shu wns rlKht In Inferring llmt hU remark was Ititcmlol for nomvthlnt; umirt. Wlillu she wiia listlessly KhulUlne the cards she leum-- forward so that the tierfumo of n Honor sliu woru In her corsnKo wns ferllously near his nose. Her reil Hps were htlll nearer Ids. She wns looking down nt tho cards, hut presently rained her eyes. Thoy met his restliiK uou her ndinlrlni;!', hut she droiifv'l I hem nt once. "Shall I tell your fortune?" she naked. "Do." She hegan to dbtrllmte the cards on the tnhlu In four lles. Yheiieier she put a curd on the fourth pile she paused and studied It. He asked her whut process she was uslni; ami she told him It was one fehu had learned from n fortune teller. A pldcr laylns for it lly U not vxpeeti'd to speak the A THE SILO v t. j; i ; THE ANSWER, An Interesting Little Boy Who Appears to Be Happy. WITH a A Take n stnlk of com ami nn- praise it nt Its value. Two thlnU of lis worth to the farmer Is In the ear or ears. Oue thlrd of the I J ;jj A, s, the national bank OP LANCASTER. PLEASED TOY DOG. i. i', The Kind You Nave Always Bought au-oiioi- . a rr-- ANcCclal.klVnwailMitr.lj. cent" Real. Dog, but a He Deeen't Own Make Delleve One le Almost aa Good. i, Putties and Qames to Amuse and In j; struct the Small People. The happy looking boy In the picture i, wns snapped by tho camera man Just ' after ho had been glcn a Uttla toy t, woolly dog. All children seem to bo fond of dogs, cseclally nfter they get acquainted, but sometimes little-folk- s nro afraid of big dogs that they bnvo never seen before. Thero nro very few dogs that nro vicious nnd Inclined to " Bears the of wsEssBSMxn: Signature Promotes Digo3ttonkfrfJ- nehfcr Opiimi J'lorphlnc rwr .'lateral i, ttilL' tlin lillaba trtln.. Ij It, (t, and tbo blades. Most of us try to make some use of that one- third. Mn)be wo turn sheep In the com In August or cattle In the stalk flclfUi In No ember. He- comber or January. Mil) Ire we cut II nnd cure It In the shock. Any of tliese methods nro good, hut thero Is n better one. The silo will save nil of that third thnt Is usually wnsted. With a "green feed cannery" you get nil that )ou raise except n few Inch- at tho butt of the stnlk. Farm Capital $50,000. A. Surplus $30,000. IWt. S. C. DENNY, Z ? 5. T ;r 3ENHY. President J. E. STORM ES, Vice Cashier. It. T. 2MBRY, Ass't Cashier. J. t GlU., Safety Samual Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUU For Rent. f ,t, , BUSINESS. D. Cochran, Stormes, S. C. Denny, Alex It. Denny, J. II. Pose)', J. E. J. L. GUI, Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. I'rogress. rtess nnrl llirnnMlm ..S.J.j.S.i.i.l.S.I.S.J.j.J.i.J.t GREEN MANURE 1.S.j-i- ISotNahcotic. jMyttoM&su-tnsnu- EXPERIMENTS AMIiUtt- - Esrro A navfef 4lnn CnirrCtnm-vlWorms foin-ulswi- t nmrta tnr PrTTKfif litarriitYl JorriM fs"z Li ncaaanJLossorsmp. TKSiralt Sljntfurfof The Cent ait Compjuh; NT.W YORK. Jf Use For Over Thirty Years QgQ Granicfd Kact Copy of uwfcrlteFoodar Wrapp-- r. GASTORIA Shu put down four cards, then another four card", the second fourth cant U Iiik the Lnine of spades. That's jou," she said. "I'm no knave." "Hut you're nwfully smart. You scintillate with hrlKht saylucs." Hu swallow til this little hit of preliminary halt, nml It made him hungry for more. truth. Results Obtained From Different Farm Stations In North Dakota. Prepared by North Dakota experiment station. There Is a difference of opinion as tQ the effect ou soli fertility of allowing tbo land to Ho bare. The practice is generally thought to be destructive of humus. Due to tho high straw yields on fallow plats, approximately as much straw Is taken off one acre of fallow as Is produced on two acres continuously cropped. Ilotb of these systems nrc dcQclent In that no provision Is made for directly or Indirectly maintaining soil fertility. A modi- fled form of summer tillage Is the plowing under of n crop. This prac tice of green manuring, aside from being a partial fallow, supplies the material necessary for restoring or keeping up tho humus content of the soil. In this way both soil fertility nnd moisture conservation should be Public Sale. OF Desirable Farm Containing I will, on 95 Acres. SATURDAY, at AUGUST 28TH, 1915. i p. m , sharp, on the premises on the Danville and Lebanon turnpike about oae mile west of Brumfleld and about one mile east of Aticeton, sell to the high est bidder a desirable farm of about 95 acres. This land is in a high state of attained. In tho work here reported three crops bnvo been used ns green manuresnamely, rye, peas and sweet clover. YVHIIston does not use sweet clover. Winter ryo Is used nt VU1U ton nnd Dickinson and spring ryo nt Kdgeley nud Hcttluger. A supposed advantage of winter rye Is the fact that this crop can be plowed under earlier lu the season. This gives nn additional month for moisture conservation, which Is of considerable advantage in the western Krtlon of the cultivation an abundance of never failing water, an eight room residence, stock barn, tobacco ham and other out hnildings In good repair. This ts a rare opportunity to buy a good home; near church, school and two stations on the L. & N. R. R. Mr. YV. A". Stewart, who lives on the farm, will take pleasure in Seeding privilege this fall and 191G. showing prospective buyers over the premises. full possession January 1st, in one, two and three years. BE IN A POSITION TO SHIP YOUR HAY TO THE BEST MARKETS Kiown and where there is a limited amount of storage space. The best prices prevail in localities where little hay is Baled hay can be readily shipped and occupies only one-fift- h the space required to store loose hay. Our line of International Motor Hay Pree includes llxl8-inc- h Bale Chamber with IUC P. Engine. a. 4. orC-Bale Chamber with I H C lCx P. Engine. 4 or 17.x22-inc- h Bale Chamber with I H C P. Engine. International Motor Hay Presses will bale more hay in a given length of time than any other press of equal size. The toiaic joint plunger, power jack, bale tension and spring roller tucker arc feature worth looking into. Drop in and see us the next time you arc in town. 18-in0-0-- H. self-feed- Reciter, PHONE 27. Ffallard BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. Scott, a. in the mountains or Western North Carolina ore the beautiful and attractive resorts of Asheville, Black Mountain, Hendersonville, Brevard, Lake Toxawny, Saluda, Waynesville, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spcnd your vacation at one of these cool and delightful places or at Tate Spring. Tenn. Round trip Excursion tickets are a WAY up Tresently the ten of diamonds fell on the second pile of cards. "That's n wealthy Klrl who Is nugllng for you," said the fortune teller. Thoto by American Iress Association. "What's her name" LITTLE DOV TO11 HIS TOT IXXI. "I knuw her name, hut I'm not going bite, but sometimes when they are to tell you." Tho two of spades fell In the Oret treated they are suspicious and resent the advances of strangers. This trait pile. "A hlack deuce Indicates that she Is Is nearly always caused by cruelty. crafty. Ilettcr look out for her. She Dogs, as n rule, are Intelligent, good tempered and fond of children nnd will make you n lot of trouhle." Tho ten of hearts fell on the first Uko to take part In their play. Many people, big and little, owe their lives Pile. "That's the girl w ho really loves you. to the courage and devotion of their She Is true hearted, and If you return canine friends. The woolly dog of the her loc she will mnko you very llttlo boy will never le able to do him happy." such n favor, but It will doubtless he "I don't quite understand tbU a source of pleasure, and in time he scheme under which you nro working may own n real dog. It is to be hoped all this out," ho said, with a puzzled that he will treat him kindly. expression. "I don't see why the ten spots nro n couple of girls or why you Game of Four Pin. infer those things, no matter what pile Four pin Is n lively outdoor game they fall on." that nil will enjoy who have n croquet "Of course you don't What kind of set-- Select a level part of tho lawn fortuno would It ho If you did?" backed by a fence, or put up a board Ily this tlmo sho had dealt all tha or netting. Alwut six feet from the enrds and, putting them together fence drive four stakes well Into the ognln, shuffled them nnd hegan anew, ground ten Inches apart Number tho this tlmo laying them In six rows. stakes 1, 2. 3 nnd 4. Measure out from another, so tho stakes anywhere from thirty to placing one card hem-ntthat nil were exiwed. The third card eighty feet, according to the cuudltlon In tho first column was the ten of dia- of the ground nud the strength of (be monds, nnd the fourth card In the players. Mark the iiolut so thnt It may sixth column was the Jack of chilis. not be overstepped. "Too bad!" cxclolined the fortune I.ct each player In order stefi to tho teller. "Tho expected has happened. starting point, and roll the croquet ball The rich girl has thrown you over for from his hand hith full force at tho n mnn who Is hrutnL" Keep the score as folmiddle space. "That's tho queerest fortune telllin; lows: Hall betweeu stakes 'i. nnd 3 system to understand I ecr enma counts 5, lietween 1 and 2 counts 4. across," ho said. nud between 3 and 4 the same. If the She continued to deal the cards very ball touches 2 or 3. It means n loss of slowly. They were both watching them ono point; touching 1 or 4 causes loss Intently as they fell, gradually bending of 2 whits. If outside of I or 4 the lower and lower over them. At last n loss Is 3 mints. The number of points rebellious strand of her hair grazed to mnko u game can be determined A fine wire Is sulllclcnt bis forehead. before play. Youth's Companion. to carry an electric current, and n few hairs tnny curry n love current. Tho 6w!mmer's Cramp. ten of hearts fell at the bottom of the If you should Iv seized by u cramp She left her hand on whllo In the witter, don't loso your llfllt column. It, and, putting his hand ou It nt the head. If the cramp Is lu jour hand or satno time, he touched hers. Sho did your feet, jou should be able to swim not withdraw hem, nnd he malntalnc.'. to shore by using only one hand or one . his losttlon. If you are foot, us tho casu may "IKin't go any further till jou have very fur from shore nnd me not sure explained to me why this card falling of jour nblllty to do this jou may try at the bottom of the tlfth column metiu-to "kick" or rub the crump away, but that the girl who loves mo Is" perhaps tho safest thing Is to make for Is whntV bhore immediately its well as jou can. going to say about dill for help, of couie. If any one Is What you're her." near you, but don't lose your head and "What ntu I going to 6ay about herj" seize jour would l rescuer about the This dialogue, spoken slowly and necU, for that Is dangerous for you softly. Is not especially brilliant, but It both. If the cramp Is In jour stomwns nulte suUlclent to serve the pur- - ach It Is more dangerous. Try not to Ioso of llieso two Hint Is, keeping their double up. This Is what you will feel hands In touch. She raised her lashes Uko doing, but you must not yield to and looked Into Ids ccs with some- tho instinct Turn over ou your back thing that might havu been reproach nud push yourself townnl sborowitU ful; It might have been. Imltlns: It your hands. might have been nio thing ho cuosn 111 Is-i Terms liberal, one fourth cash, remainder divided in equal payments due JOHN J. COZATT, John I. Vanarsdall, Auct. I'AINT LICK state. Sweet clover, being a biennial plant. Is seeded with the grain crop of tha previous year. Thus no extrn cultivation Is required for Its production. In the eastern tirts of the state this method of handling the land is probably more nearly like the ordinary method of handling fallow thin any of the other methods of summer tillage or green manure except that with the or dlnary fallow- wetds may take the place of the green manure croi. These crops arc grown In n series of four jear rotations planned according to the following general schedule: Small grain, com. small .grain, green manure, ami then repeated. Another set of rotations substitutes summer tillage for green manure. From-thstandpoint of Immediate returns It Is evident that green manuring as compared with clean fallow has not Increased tho yield of tho wheat crop at any ot the stations. Where oats followed the green manure wo note negative results, except nt Whilston, where oats nfter the green manures average higher than oats after fallow. TbU greater advantage In 1013 was due to tho weeds choking the oats on fallow. In all probability, with the soil still In almost Us original state of fertility, tho practice of green manuring n 111 not materially Increase tho present yields produced under the ordinary fallowing aystcni. While the moisture problem Is more Important than the fertility problem, as measured by Immediate returns, this system will not lie generally practiced with profit. Due to the short period of the trials, no reliable data can be gltcn on the matter of residual effects ns measured by crops grown several years nfter the treatment. e Parksville, Ky. Craig, of Stanford who have been the guests of the Misses Eldridge returned to their respective homes on Saturday. School opened last Monday at Manse and Logan's Chapel, both with full attendance. Misses Lula McWhorter and Ethel Estndge have charge of the school at Manse and Miss Jessie May Parks at Logan's Chapel. Thirty six young people on two wagon had) of hay went to the Caves in Madison on Friday evening, and ate a picnic lunch. They were chaperoned by Mr. and Mrsr-O- . II. Hendren and a delightful evening was spent. Miss Mary May Waiker and Mr. Edwin Walker were guests at a tennis party Thursday afternoon in honor of Misses Duncan and Craig, the guests of the Misses Eldridge. Miss Walker and and Mr Walker had as their bouse guests for tha affair. Miss Charlie Elmore and Mr. Joe Kavanaugh, of Lancaster. Dr. and Mrs. Burdette Ramsey left Thursday for Stanford. Misses Emma and Ora Estridge spent the week-enin Crab Orchard. Rev. C. S. Ellis is holding a series of meetings at Wallaceton and Gilead. Mr. John W. Walker, of SmithHeld. came Saturday to be guest of relatives in this vicinity. Miss Fannie Francis of Oklahoma is the guest of her grandparents Mr. and Mrs. James Francis. Miss Josephine Cotton, of Richmond, spent the past week a guest in the home of Mrs. A. B. Estridge. Mr. John F. White of Nicholasville, was the guest of his daughter, Mrs. R. G. Woods for the week-enMiss Margaret Francis whe has been spending several months in Charleston W. Va. is at home for a vacation. Mrs. Haves Metcalf and little daughters, who have been visiting in for several weeks arrived here Friday. L'on't forget you save money on coal, sand, cement, screening etc, when As executor of J. A. Doty, I will buying from Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. fer for sale at Point Leavell on d Public 1:30 o'clock Sale! of- Mrs. Frank M. Walker and son, Stetson, of Louisville, came Tuesday to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. Wade Thursday, September 9th, at the following property 227 acres of land with 8 room house, in good repair, 2 good stock barns, 2 buggy houses, and all necessary out buildings, good fencing, plenty of water and in good state of cultivation. 1 pair of aged mules, 75 acres growing crop of corn, hinder, mowing machine, A Convenient Milk Stool. The cut shows a handy milk stool nnd From n lard one vcrj" easily made. tub or large candy pall, with a keyhole saw cut out thu wood nt the top, as showu. One may thus niako three or I find four are more legs, ns desired. Walker. Little Miss Willie Williams entertained a goodly number of her young The friends on Thursday afternoon. occassion being her birthday. Miss Stella McWhorter lett Tuesday to join a cJtnping party in Ohio. From there she will go to Paintsville where she will teach in the High School. Mrs. R. G. Woods and children und Mrs. 11. J. Patrick and children left Monday for Slate Lick Springs where they will rent a cottage for ten days. MUaes Jeanetto amlElizebeth Eld ridge entertained in a delightful manner Wednesday evening for their guests, Misses Duncan, of Lawrenceburg and Craig, pf Stanford. Misses Florence and Elizeheth Duncan of Lawrenceburg and Sallie Mills cultivator, 3 wagons, wheat drill, hay rake, roller, cutting harrow, drag harrow, 3 turning plows, 1 double shovel and other farming implements. Terms made known on day of sale. ALEX DOTY, Exr. I will also at same time und place sell 96 acres of land located in front of 227 acre farm, with 4 room house, blacksmith shop, barn and other necessary out buildings, well fenced and in high state of cultivation. ALEX DOJY. on sale daily, good until October 31st, via I - Southern Railway of the SouthStop-over- allowed at all points. Three special Low Rate Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. s For full Information ice Ticket Agent, Southern Railway, or write Kentucky. 13, 11. Todd, Diiulct Passenger Agent, Louisville, Dakota Jack's INDIAN REMEDIES hare mad his name famous all over tha United State and Canada. Compoied of Roott, Herbs, Barks and Derrlei. Far treatment of Human Diteates. Pureley'e Indian Ilerb- s- Dart' Treatment. . Dakota Jack's Cowboy Liniment Dakota jack's Cremc Soap. Price 10. J bars ,U.L ON to Infer It to be. Meanwhile tho of the Hower mingled with her breath, circled about Ids nose nnd through It up Into his brain. It would bo sacrilegious to follow further tho blending of these two young hearts. I ton Ides, It would bo a repetition ot what has occurred since Cupid first began Ids pranks. And yet the little rascal has an Intlnlto variety ot ways of practicing Ids profession, nnd nothing Is achieved In llfo In so many different ways as tho drnwlna together of a pair of lovers. "I say, mummy," ho said when their daughter wns receiving attention from a deslrablo pnrtl, "you'd better teach bcr that fortuno telling gnmo yon taucht me." "It Is not necessary," replied tbo wife nnd mother, with dignity. "numphl That's about as Intclllgl-M- o ns your fortmo system." $1.00 2Ss 2Se CASTORIA For Infants and Children Always bears SAM AT E. McRocerls. DAKOTA JACK Tha Nwthweateta Cowboy C. omaiNATOft op rURSLIY'3 INDIAN ItZHBS C & J. L Stormts and R. In Us For Ovr 30 Ytars Slfnituri of tell about it: "The first dose of Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy caused gall stones to pass from me. I am feeling much better than I have ever before. I am 64 years old and I had never before enjoyed one whole good day, PAPEC CUTTERS "I would not give the one bottle you sent me for all the drugs and docMonitor and Associated Is made." You Can Enjoy Life Law. tors' medicine that Remedy gives perJefferson "School Gasoline Engines. Mayr'a Wonderful Eat what you want and not be troubled manent results for stomach, liver and with indigestion if you will take a Intestinal ailments. Eat as much and Wheeling Lime Grinders. r iMTt rrv trii yeah mCKSK. d whatever you like. No more distress imlL.aaiUreMpmurt,a. All sold on easy terms. after eating, pressure or gas In tbe . U.t4lM. AUtfMtOltCimadtlrf stomach and around the heart. (Jet one UbruM StII kl Biinu. Tultwa before and alter each meal. Sold only M.u ibu. rr bottle of your druggist now and try It W. P. KINCAID, DIST. AGT. ' auhioi by ua 25o a box. ' B.aoui. lull bttutoo trans. to on an absolute guarantee If not satisthou, idlM STANFORD. KY. Phcne 199. ItLUOTT rWDAm, Srcf, Uusrult, Kr. factory money will be returned. R. E. McRoberU a An Alphabet. Attention at both work and play, lluey all the livelong day; Courteous at home and school. Diligent to keep the rule; Uarneat In whate'er you do. Friendly with your cliusmatee, tool Generous ot hand and heart Honest In life's every part; Innocent of all that'a mean. Jolly as a king or queen; Kind, where'er your footsteps roam. Loving to tho ones at home; Merry In the sun and ruin. Neat In dress, but never vain; Orderly In dik and books. Patient In your thought and looks; Quiet when 'tis tlmo to be, lteady others' needs to see; Steady In your every aim. Truthful, though It brings you shima; Utilizing In the fight Vim and courage for the right; Willing others to befriend, 'Xemplary to the end; Youthful till life's set ot sun. Zealous till success Is won. DYER, TENN., MAN SUFFERED 40 YEARS Tho top hoop must bo removed to do this. Itemovo thu sldo bandies or baU and cut iu tbo center ot tho bottom two semicircular openings to fit tho hands as desired, these tor a handle. This stool Is stout, light nnd tbo right height for an ordinary person. -- Farm I'rogress. best Clean Up the Fence Corners. Roadside and fence corners free ot eedj, rank grass and rubbish are not imly pleasing In appearance, but Injurious crop tH'sts cannot start houseNeither Is keeping In such places. thero a chance for noxious weeds to mature or dangerous plant dlsenso to start on clean roadsides. m Old Carpets New Rugs Dyed and Woven Into You Can Have You? J. T. Cattleman Finds Hope Fulfilled After Passing Threescore Years. at a saving of halt the cost ot or- dJnarr ruts. 11 improved tntlhodj wntcn it owns exciuslvelr.tlie Ulton KuKCompaa,o( Chicago. makei Dyer, Tenn., sViSAV nt J. T. Castleman of Deauiuul rugs otallr and tar superior l? suffered from stomach derangements H'V-yiaany other rue woven Irani for forty years, taking all sorts ot old carpets. aissr medicine, following all kinds ot mcd-leYou Cfiooso the Colon I advice. Let me ihow you the manr beautiful pattern! In all the forty years, he said, be from which you can aelect. Write me a poaul never bad a real good day until be or tclepbuae me. and 1 wUum vlui suaiple. MISS FANNIE J. BISHOP. tried Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy. Then Lancaster, Kentucky. be discovered something. Let bis let-te- r taHi INDIANA SILO M tJKaM Tablet OH jj ru FniiiuijJ Page 4 The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a The Central Record, Thursday Aug 19, 1915. HON. A.B. BROWN. A LIVE TOWN. DEMOCRATIC CONVEN- - PROMINENT PEOPLE year. J. R. E. ROBINSON. Editor. L ELKIN. Lncnl Editor nnd IIm Mr Kj tnttrcdst Member IV. i Offlw hi ru( MnlIM.ticr Unciiti; Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League, Uncasltr, Kr., August 19, 1915. Rates For Political Announcements 5.00 For Precinct and Citv OlH8 1U.O0 "or County Ollices 15.00 For State anil District Offices ,10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per .. That our town Is a live town Is easy of demonstration. More business is done now at this time of the year than has been done for several years. We are not desirous of having the public think we are suffering from a boom. We are enjoying an increase of business and prosperity. Our streets are crowded early and late, people and teams are bringing in produce and money in ex. change for goods, and our merchants are paying the very highest market prices for produce and are selling goods at "live and let live" prices, and the people are not slow to take advantage of this opportunity and get the bar gains as advertised by our merchants. A TION AUGUST County Contention, August 28th. 31.1 NOW TAKING TANLAC Men and Women Benefited From All Walks by the Remedy. ) of Life NECESSARY EVIL. Prominent Democrat. ity materially strengthens the Democratic ticket for November, it is not out of the woods by any meuns. There is a hard fight ahead for the Democratic party. It is time, therefore, for cau tion and prudence. It is no. time for rejoicing and rubbing it inon those who were defeated. It is no time to be attacking Democrats who have always supported the ticket, and it comes with very bad grace from some newspapers, which have frequently bolted and at other times given a grudging support to the Democratic ticket. The voters who supported McChesney are just as good Democrats as those who supported Stanley, and upon them, and not the Stanley vote, depends the success of the ticket. In making the Democratic platform, while it is conceded that the county unit will be most heartily and strongly endorsed, the people who helped to put it in the platform four years ago, and not those who threatened'the party with defeat if it was adapted, should be in evidence in the platform convention to reaffirm it and not those who were driven reluctantly to uccept it in order to defeat Statu prohibition. The Democratic party must in no sense be surrendered to the liquor incourse one which will meet with small At a special meeting of the Fiscal terest of Kentucky. We will rese.it success at Washington, but the Sena- Court, all the members being present, such a course as violently us we oppostor from Georgia will hold his audienco it was voted to build a bridge over ed the dictation of the iptll bound in tus inwct campaign with White Lick Cre.ek near Puint Lick. League. The Democratic party is not the story at hew he tried to save the The vote was made on petition of citi- going to be dominated by any interest South. In a time like this politicians zens from Paint Lick. The County or by any organization without danger should think more of their country and Road Engineer was ordered to report to itself. It is too big und too strong lea of returning to Washington. to the State Supervisor of Roads for to submit to anything of the kind und estimates and specifications. The court any attempt to let the liquor interest The uuvstiofl as to the guilt or inno- also ordered the rebuilding and repair- control the convention or to dictato the cence of Leo Frank, will, In all proba- ing of several bridges injured by the platform will bo fraugt with great bility, foruver remain a closed book. recent Hoods. An order was given for danger to party success in November. Neither should the policy of tho party No matter how many courts may pass the repairing of the Iiuckeye Pike on the fairness of his trial, it can be bridge over Sugar Creek and the con- be controlled by newspapers which by th slJte of brutal and tract for replacing the Lowell U ridge have been strongly allied with the liquor ennlv barbarous savagsrv, which has been over Horndon's branch was awarded to interests and have fought the county Previous bids unit to the point of threatening the manifested toward the prisoner, cul- Joe Uoian for $175.00. minating In his being mobbed, that no for placing macadam surface on the party with defeat if it was adopted four jury eoukl sit upon his case without Lexington Pike from the Fork Church years ago. We are walking on thin ice being influenced. The Frank case with to Kentucky River were rejected and and it will crack und break under us nil its various episodes has cast h stain thu Countv Clerk was ordered to ad unless we are very careful with our upon the name of Georgia which will vertise for other bids on this, to be re- - j steps. ceived not later than September 8th The more of the true and tried county take many years to wash away unit men, those who are for it from principle, and not from expediency who LOCATES IN STANFORD are in evidence at tne pluttorm conven GEN. HUGH SCOTT TO Robert Walter, of Lancaster, has tion, the butter it will be for the ticket now' occupied by in November. On the other hand, it VISIT OLD HOME. rented the store-rooG. M. Lyons' llusy Cash Store anddur will be infinitely better if the liquor in Gen. Hugh L. Scott, Chief of Statrof ing tho month of September will open terest remains in the backgrounds and the United States Army, who has been In it u handsome ice cream parlor, remains satisfied with the defeat of in Mexica for an official innrui.anl restaurant, etc. A handsome coda State prohibition in the primary. with Gen. Villa, has written to Lex- fountain, sixteen feet long und of the Mr. Stanley has very wisely said that ington friends that he has requested most modem design, has already been the liquor question, us far as this cam- and been granted u sixty-daleave of ordered and the place will be equipped pafgn is concerned, has been settled, 'absence, and after leaving the Mexican with the handsomest furniture obtain- and we believe that lie is right ir a wise border will visit Kentucky, his native able. It will be patterned after The und sensible course Is pursued. There State. Puritan, the very beautiful establish- Is no sense at this time in dealing In Gen. Scott was born and reared in ment of Joe Haselden, at Lancaster, crimination or recrimination, nor Is the vicinity of Danville, but has not and will be a decided ornament to the there any wisdom of proclaiming in the visited th state since the city. Mr. Lyons, we are informed, platform anything which will give ofWar, when he was stationed will vacate the Sept. lit fense to the McChesney voters, who for a time at Camp Hamilton, near and move his stock to Mt. Sterling. will be needed und LaJiy needed on I "The Thiei" Thursday 19lh Opera Lexington. Interior Journal. election day. harve-stoves, Anti-Saloo- n Hon. A. H. Ilrown has been n friend ami admirer of Hon. A. O. Stanley since his work for the tobacco growers of Kentucky. On this account he be POLITICAL ANNOUNCEMENTS came chairman of his campaign in Gar rard countv. and worked hard for his The Central liecord is authorized to nomination. He is justly pleased at announce the following candidates for the big majority given chief in tue office, subject to the Democratic state to which ha contributed no little primary, August 7th, 11)15. Mr. Ilrown has been a worker in the FOU GOVERNOK. nartv for manv vears and has the con fidence of his nartv workers and is one Hon. A. 0. Stanley. of the mo9t inllucntial Democrats In the r'OR CIRCUIT JUDGE. county. C. A. Hardin,Mf Mercer county, FOR COMMONWEALTH'S ATTORNEY. A CARD. ,E. V. Puryenr, of Uovle county. To The Voters Of The Thirteenth Judicial FOR CIRCUIT CLERK. William. B. Mason. District. FOR SHERIFF. G. T. Ballard, Jr. I wish to express my thanks and deep appreciation and ' gratitude for your FOR REPRESENTATIVE. generous endorsement of my course as 11. Clnv Kaulfman. No Judge during the last four years. one ever had more loyal friends and We are authorized to announre Miss their confidence and support confer an Jennie Higgins u candidate for County honor of which I feel that I mav be School Superintendent of Garrard justly proud, and for which, al.'o, I County, subject to the action of tli wish to thank you with the best that is Democratic primary August 1917. in my heart. For those who saw proper to support We are authorized to announce Joe my oppoment I have nothing but the S. Hajelden. of this city. Republican kindest feeling. I am sure they felt candidate, for Representative at Nov constrained to do so on account of the 1915. ember election high regard and esteem in which they held him. Neither in the heat of the We are authorized to announce Joe contest nor at and other time have I A. Rurn9ide, candidate .on Republican said one word to detract from the' digticket, for Circuit Court Clerk, at nity or worth of my opporent and so November election 1915. instructed those who were working for my success. The overwhelming majorUnfortunately for ourselves, America ity by which I was nominated, whileex- is, in fact, a "melting pot". Hut be- eeedinglv gratifying to me, does not, cause any given element refuses to in my judgment, indicate any lack of "melt" is no reason why it should as- fitness or worth on the part of my opsume itself to be the alloy. If any- ponent for the office which he sought, thing, it simply shows it to be out. of but may be accounted for, in a great place in the pot. The German ideals measure, by the Democratic custom of are, very evidently, training and subor- endorsing a faithful servant. I shall enter .upon the responsible dination. The American ideals are delopment and individual freeiom. The duties of the office with the kindest American mind expands; the German feelings toward all and with the earmerely intensifies. It is quite easy to nest purpose and desire to discharge see why the latter type of mind should them honorably and impartially, and have some difficulty in comprehending with the hope and expectation of the the former. Nevertheless, thev owe f arr.tat and disinterested it to "the new Fathejland" to give of all the citizens of the district. Gratefully yours, their best efforts to building up AmerCHAS A. HARDIN. ica according to its own ideals, not seeking to impress foreign and distasteful Weals UKin it. If they, or their FRANK LYNCHED. fathers, have left their home country to escape lack of freedom, it would Georgians Take Prisoners Life. seem the only logical and honorable Officials at State farm at Milled geville thing to do to adapt themselves to the standards and ideals of their adopted Ga., were overpowered Monday night, and Leo Frank, serving a life sentence for the murder of Mary Phaga-i- , was by the mob to Marietta, the Senator Hoke Smith of Georgia, taken home of the girl, and hung at daylight known for his evt--r willingness to grasp Tuesday morning. The mob, estimated at unything (lopular, proposes that the being composed of from twenty five United States Government impose an as embargo on all goods export- - to Eng- to fifty, were orderly and workedqulckly found land and her allies, until those countries Posses organized for search have no clue to tho identity of any of the allow cotton a free passage toGermany. Senator Smith probably forgets that mob. the Allies use six bales to every one whkh the Germanic countries use, and FISCAL COURT. that in order to market one bale, we Votes To Build and Repair Bridges. must sacrifice six. Thu idea is of line Obituaries, per line The person that stands on the street corner looking atound for something to gossip about ot to find fault with, can always find what he is looking for. Hat what a life he lives. His soul shrivels and withers until it is shown in his manner and looks. For such a person life has lost Its savor. It becomes sour, misanmropic, whining. He passes from bad to worse and sees no good in anybody. His taxes are always too high, no matter how low they may be and he cusses his neighbors because his neighbor is prosperous or.d enjoys life. In fact, he hates himself, is a menace to a town's prosperity, a foe to God and no good to the devil. These persons seem to be a necessary evil in every town. They ought to be put out. FIRE BLIGHT. Mr. Henry Soper called at the Herald ollice Tuesday with two branches of apple trees which had been attacked by fire blight. This scourge to fruit trees is causing a good deal of destruction all over the country, and should be attacked vigorously by the farmers. It is so contagious that a bird or insect, lighting on an infected branch, can carry the trouble to a (wrfectly sound tree. It can even spread from the tip of an infected leaf, the disease growing downward on the branch under the bark, and shriveling the limb as if it I he rem nau been seared by names edy is t3 cut ulf the infecttd branches, immediately they are discovered, at least a foot or more below the blighted parts. Unless given attention right away the will won spread all through an orchard with disastrous results to the trees sometimes killing whole pear or apple orchards in a sea son, ifurn the infected branches taken from the trees to prevent the disease renewing from them. Harrodsburg Herald. NOT OUT OF THE WOODS. (Elizabethtown News.) While Stanley's overwhelming major sn y ! Spanish-America- n store-noo- merit "The class of people who M buying Tanlac are mnong the best in the city, people who ure able to judge impartially uml who carry weight with their statements. "Within a comparatively short space of time we have sold scvernl thousand Lmi... ..n, nrT..i. wi...n a. - I!) ed. considered that the demand is confined Second Delegates shall be selected to said convention on the basis of to one preparation, the sale is to be one delegate for every NX) votes and considered unprecedented. In fact, it We have everything for the School Girl and every i raction oi tun over miy votes i is the biggest thing of the kind ever f Seell Ut OUr StOrCS, rtv rn.l l.v if.- - Marru-mll,- Boy. Large line of Tanlac, the premier preparation, Kentucky at the presidential election now on sale in Lancaster, by R. E. Mc- - ij of 1912. which delegates shall be selected in mass conventions held in each and Roberts, and Hecker. Italian! & Scott, every county in the State; provided, In Hrvantsville. that in case ot counties having two or more legislative districts, sepcrate con NOTICE TO PROGRESSIVES.1 (; AND ventions shall be held In each of said Notice is hereby given for all Pro districts af nforesaid, beginning at o'clock p. m. on Saturday, August !M, gressives of Garrard County to meet' and Baskets. Crayons, Paints, Drawing and in Lancaster Saturday afternoon, Aug. 1915, and said conventions shall be cal-' led to order and held in the manner pro- &, to elect delegates to the Stnte ConComposition Books. vention, to be held in I.ouisville on' vided by the party laws. August 31st. M. Patterson, G. X Fine Candles and the Best Soda Water In Third All known Democrats, nil in Chairman Gar, Co. Progressive Com. I 1,1 dependent voters and all minors, who M9-2t- . town. will be legal voters at the November deIll election, 1U15. and all voters who A BIT SLY. clare a purpose to affiliate with the Democratic party in the next State, Thty were Quakers, brother und sis - fjl election of 1915 are declared eligible to ter, und hud lived together many years, participate in said mass conventions, but Reuben was now a very utek man. and to be elected delegates to said His time had come, and he moaned and tossed on eis pillow. State conventions. Fourth-Sa- kl mass conventions shall "Reuben." "jsid his sister conol- OKCANIXIil) jA'S'j be held at the courthouses in the van- - ingly "why dost thee fear death. Thee ous counties constituting one or not hast been a good brother, paid thy more than two legislative districts, in debts and given to the twor," all other counties the chairman shall) "True, true, Penelope, but," lower- OF LANCASTKU KY Ing his V3ice, "1 have been n bit sly. designate the places of meeting. The meeting wos presided over by Rufas II. Vunsant, of Ashland, chairII. F. HUDSON. Presklent J. WALK Bit, Vice Prest. man, and was harmonious from start to W. O. P.IONKY, Ass't Cash'r finish. Just before the meeting adJobJ. Walker, Jr.. journed, a resolution naming Judge S. ! If! II. 1 '.e V. lnt..( tu' i I W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. V. Hager, of Ovvensborn, chairman of Co oiwratlon is the very l.atkbone of every the Democratic Campaign Committee, Although the feminist movement ts surressful buins. We regard your cowith power to appoint Executive and operation ns a necessary factor In our surri-s- s flullv nn.l mnr.. .ml mnc iinluumullii Advisory Committees, a secretary and We hope vou speak a gocul wottl for us If wo give ynugiMid serwee other assistants, and to .select head- demonstrating the fact that women ure If you find our servi.-- lacking in any respect, jou will confer n favor qualified to engage in any pursuit, call quarters, was ndopted unanimously. Uon us by tellir.g I'S. It is our business and our pleasure to There will be in all 2,191 delegates, ing ur occupation heretofore individual r.ur system wherever we find a to man, it fs not to be inferred that the int bethe Garrard countv representation arts, handicrafts and handiwoiks hereing twelve. tofore associated solely with the genRather tler sex are to be neglected. are they to be fostered in accordance pa WHY WHEAT AT ALL? with the views of representative It would sound like heresy to suggest men of the state, and in to a Kentucky farmer that It would be of this design a Woman's Shop better for him not to plant any wheat. been instituted us a feature of We are not udvising any one on this plans for the Kentucky State Fuir ;c ...--- 3 score; it is not our province to become a be held in Louisville Sept. dictator, but we hope to present at times This shop will be located in the Wosubjects and ideas that we hope may help man's building on the Pair grounds, our readers to think out their own prob- but will not be auxiliary to the comlems and find a solution. petitive exhibitions of the Women's Very few farmers we know personally Department. Rather, the hop is demike money on planting wheat, some signed as a salesroom or "clearing r 20 bushels few do, but they house" for every variety of useful ami per acre, 25 and 20 bushels. beautiful article made hy womankind, Take the average fields of wneatover and such products as embroideries, bedthe State, yielding 12 to 17 bushels, say spreads, rugs, table covers, pottcrv. 15 bushels, at 90 cents, $13. 10. This is jewelry, lump shudu, household or garnot us good ns to bushels of corn at 75 den furniture, baskets, draperies, etc. cents, $80. may be entered free of charge In this Yes, but the farmer would respond, shop and ticketed at the owner's valua we must have a rotation, we must sow tion for a possible sule which will bu wheat in order to get clover. without any commission charge to Fair moving parts of an engine the places where This is. in a measure, true, A good management or members in charge. tlte greatest strain and wear come arc mighty rotation'is good farming, but howoften entered for sale in the Wo. Articles do Kentucky farmers get a stand of man's Shop are not eligible for compe. important. The bore of the cylinder must bo lonir enough in wheat? When it tition ir, the catalogued, classes. clover, to furnish ample support to the piston at every part of the Arti stroke, and tho piston must bo long enough to overcome all tendency fails, usithasdoneforyears, then what? cles must be sent at the owner's risk to tip and score the cylinder when the explosion take plac. The We must either look for some other and will be curefully cared for and repiston rings mutt hold the compression and still run ircely enough not method ol obtaining clover or for some- turned if unsold at the close of Fair to interfere with (he movement of the piston. Tho wrist piu tbeukl take, its place, und to find week. be at the center of the piston, so that the juston cannot wear to a taper. thing else to The connecting rod must have boatings large onouKh and ol the something that will pay better than Thu Woman's Club of Lancaster has right material to retain their shape under the shock of the imnult. wheat. received the following letter. when you see how thoroughly these tiolnts are covered in I II C oil Prof. Roberts, of the Experiment Staand Ras engines, you will have a valuable standard of comparison in Woman's Department,' judcing any engine. When you have u, half hour to spare, drop iu aud tion, contends, and Morgan Hughes has Nicholasville Ky, Aug. It, '15, get posted on these imjiortaut omts. worked out to his own satisfaction, that Mrs. Harry McCarty, Supt., seeded in August is better und Dear Madam: clover more sure than that sowed on the wheat As Superintendent of the Woman's in early spring. Aguin, it has been dem- Department of the Kentucky State onstrated that corn can follow corn, year Fair, I am exceedingly anxious that the Paint Lick, Ky. after year if crimson clover; orryeund ladles throughout the state who ure vetch, is soweU In the corn in August, interested in women's handiwork shall turned under in the spring in time fur receive a catalogue of tte Stato Fair the corn, that this process will furnish which is held in I.outxvillo Sept. l.'llli ull that thu clover, will give for the to 18th inclussve. Hut we land, in nitrogen and humus. I would appreciate the rourtosy very must remember that constant grain much if you will mail mu at once the ' IMsnfflAsnt Iff Istnfsnn.n cropping will require u good supply of names and addresses of ladies who ex-- 1 phosphate. This can be udUed cheaply hibit articles in the Woman's Depart4-11-44 by using groundpliosphute rock, turn- ment of your Countv Fuir, or sjch ed under with the green crop. part of these names as it will be conCURES Another crop that should receive much venient for you to furnish me. As the Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck. Roud. Canker. attention is barley. Christian and War- State Fair is a matter of State prije VOIR AM OOQ&m ren counties have Droved that barley with us all, I trut I urn not usking VO CUBIC, MO VAT uiarrnoea and all Diseases or Poultry yields tar better than wheat, 40 bushels too much. DuJrtowm. Kr.. Mrw ''On. & M4 W Am iMJM t.cias UU ib wera udidMiMllu chlik mimU. JKnia bMl u crick where wheat would make 20 bushels. h Thanking you in advance for anyImiU tin mmi." Mrg. sod Cmrutccd by J. Roll. Crumt, Birditown, Kr, Price SOc Ilarley is a good cash crop and, more, it thing you can do for me In this matter it ill Oro jljti. is a line feeding grain, which wheat is and aisurlng you that vour cooperution OLD UY not. it is equal to corn for feeding. R. E, McRoberts, Druggist, Lancaster, Ky, will be highly appreciated, I am One might ask, what would we do Most sincerely, much gruin for feeding? with so Mrs (Harry) Alleen McCarty, Hogs and cattle Is our answer. Superintendent Woman's Dept. pasture ten to Crimson clover will twenty pigs per acre during most of the winter and all spring up to time to plow It under. Sow crimson clover in the Eick headache, biliousness, piles and bad breath aro usually caused by inaccorn or on vacant land, after fitting it Per Year In Advance. tive bonds. Get a box of Itexall well. August Kentucky Farming. Orderlic. They act gently and effectively, Bold only by us at 10 ecnU. The Democratic State Convention for the purpose of adopting a platform will be held on August 31st at The State Central e Committee, meeting nt Saturday issued the following call to Democrats throughout the State. He it resolved by the State Central and Executive Committees of the Democratic parly of the State of Kentucky, in joint session assembled in Louisville, Ky., on August II 1915 (n quorum of each of said committees being present in person). That Democratic delegate State convention be held in the city of Louisville on August 31, 1915, nt 1 o'clock p. m., for the purpose of adopting and promulgating a platform of principles for the guidance of Democratic officers and for the party in Kentucky nnd for the consideration thereof by the people in the approaching campaign, to bs followed by tho November election of 1915, at which the State ticket and members of the next General Assembly are to be elect- Louisville. I.oui-vlll- Louisville, Ky., Aug., l'.Uh. K. G. Isaac, president, of tho Taylor Isaacs Drug Co., Louisville, says: "The demond for Tanlac has agreeWhile we knew ably surprised us. Mr. Cooper and were aware of the success his preparation had achieved in other cities of the country, yet we entertained no Idea that the medicine would becjmc so popular in such n short space of tim in "Judging from the repent sales and the expression of satisfaction from those who have actually tested Tun-la- c and who state that they huve benefited by the preparation, Tanlnc must therefore be something of unusual How Your Wants Are Fiiied !4wmmKttma:tujutuMttittatjmxtnn:tmKtntwrontKn 1 Do you know that the merchants in this town can fill every want of yours? v Convince yourself. Read the home papers. You can get anything vou need in us town ana at a reasonaDie price. mm School Begins Aug. 30 ! 0 I I I : ll TABLETS, PENCILS, BOOK BAGS I I v STRAPS, LUNCH BOXES, 1 I ( y 1 0 : STORMES DRUG STORE. ' v - 'We Citizens National Bank Surplus $45,000. Hook-Keep- Capital $50,000. The Womans Club Lit e w.-a- III 1 Why Do We Sell International Harvester Engines? 'TMIE Tread way, Denny & Co. R "r MT JL The Central Record $1.00 Lancaster, Kentucky. Ho R. E. MeRobirisi ' The Central Record, Thursday Aug 19, 1915 Page 5 WAR-HORSE UNLOADING A CAR OF Gossip About People VVV A Miss Alberta Anderson from Indianapolis, I is at home Mr, Collier Johnston of Nlcholasvllle visiting Mr. Val Cook, AMERICAN FENCE Come in and get yours before it goes up. 'We give you Automobile Tickets with each Cash Purchase. Today. tWif Mmlion of th Coming tt.d ....... ... .... ,..s jo Mrs. Edgar Price was a visitor of Stanford relatives on Tuesday. Mrs. Sue Jones of Stanford, visited Mr. ami Mrs. J. H. Witt last week. Mr. John Slormes is in Louisville and the guest of Indianapolis this week on business. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Witt spent Sun day at Hryantiville with N. P. Cobb. Mrs. Kussell llrown in visiting in Ilroadhead and Mt. Vernon. Miss Christine Hurgess of Madison Mr. R. E. Henry is making a busi- county Is visiting Miss Eunice Prathcr. ness stay of some length in Tennessee. Messrs. A, C. and Ed. Walker were Mrs. L. J. Sanford is at home from n In Stanford Wednesday for the K. P. atay in the Gibson Hospital in Richmond. fair. Miss LaVernis Nevius H in Stanford Airs. Mrttie 1'. Friable was In Dan ville Thursday with Mr and Mrs. R. G. with her grandmother, Mrs. Mottle Miss Annie Herndon Louisville friend. i relt-tiv- I 'rice. Nevius. J. E. Mount, Son The Square Deal House". Mr. John Walker of Hillhouse Miss., Is here for a visit to friends and rela- & Co. tives. Master Charles Uastin is in Nicholas- vllle, the guest of his aunt, Mrs. C. F. Denman. Mrs. Sallie Rayburn was summonsed Miss Margaret Askins is In Nicholas- ville visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. M, to Missouri by the critical illness of her Askins. daughter. Miss Elizabeth Anderson is enjoying n reciiemtive'stay at Crab Orchard Springs. Miss Alice Dyche has returned to London after a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moore. Miss Lillian Cochran will be with Mrs. W. R. Gott and children of Mrs. K. J. Hrown for the K. P. fair In Richmond are visiting her sister. Mrs. L. N. Miller. Stanford. ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at mm m m mm mm Lr W m m mr Ui m m IU for a nice Lunch, also Everything in Soft Drinks DG 3 G1Q F1G Mr. J A. Jones who has been iuite Mrs. Coleman Gulley will leave next ill at his home for some time Is report- week for a visit to Mrs. James M. Lay-to- n ed better in Cincinnati. Mr. and Mrs. John Crutchfield are at Mr. and Mrs. S. C, Denny were rehomo from u recuperative stay at cent visitors of Mr. Jesse Hocker and Elixer Springs. family in Stanford. Misses Nancy Walker and Edna Mr. llurton House of Nicholasville Kavanaugh were in Lexington shop- was the guest of his cousin. Miss Ruby ping last Friday. Thompson Sunday. Misses Annell Tomlinson and Angle Miss Vivian Prattler has been the Kinnaird contemplate a visit shortly to recent guest of her aunt, Mrs. Malcoln friends. Carter, at Iluckeye. of Maysville is Miss Lena Schooler has returnedjfrom visiting her grand parents Mr. and Mrs a protracted stay with Miss Beulah W. G. Anderson. Cotton in Richmond. Miss Helen Young Miss Lily Dale Grant was the recent Miss Marion Woods of EIDorado III., guest of Dr. S. P. Grant and Mrs. is the attractive little guest ot Miss Grant of Danville. Shirley Hudson Denny. Mrs. George Miller l.usk left the Miss Ida May llournc is in Stanford past week to visit Mr. and Mrs. R. E. to attend the K. P. fair and is the guest Hughes in Louisville of Miss Jennie Lawrence. Mrs. J. R. Hatelden iind daughter Miss Sallie Cook Gregory is In Win Miss Jane Haselden are sojourners at chester for a stny with her aunt Mre. Crab Orchard Snring. II. II. Hall and Mr. Hall. Mrs. Mack Turner spent the week Miss Hannah Bourne has returned end with her parent Mr. uiul Mrs. Noah home after a visit with her aunt, Mrs. Marsee in the country. John Underwood at Danville. Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph spent Sunday Mrs. M. E Stultz of Knoxville will in 1'reachersville the guest of Mr. and arrive shortly for a visit to her parents Mrs. Joseph Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Bourne. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Haselden of Misses Lillian Wallace and Mayme Hryuntsville were guests Sunday of Mr Ilourne of Nicholasville were recent S, G. Haselden and wife. guests of Miss Virginia Itourne. Miss Etta Smith left Sunday for n Master Herbert Dunn of Lexington month's visit to friends end relatives in isenjojinga visit with hi cousins, Winchester and Detroit, Mich. Misses Mittie and Mary Lee Dunn. Miss Delia Rice Hughes is iji Stan Mr. Hubert Cobb, of Nicholasville, ford this week visiting her aunt, Mrs visited his aunt, Mrs. J. II. Witt and J. W. Acey and attending the fair friend. Miss I.illie Jones last week. Miss l'atsy Kinnainl has been in Dr. Wm. Hurnett, wife and daughter Carlisle and one of a house party at arrived Mcnday for a visit to Mrs. home of Miss Josephine Henry. the Uurnett's father, Mr. T. M. Arnold. Miss Lena llright, of Lancaster, has Mr. R. II. Ballard of MlddleUwn, been visiting Mrs. Dave Dunn and has returned home after a weeks visit Messenger. other Danville relatives. to his nephew, Mr. Hayden Leavell. Miss Gladys Frisbie left Monday to Mrs. Rozella Dunn and little daughbe the attractive young guest ot Mr. ters are at homo ufter a visit to Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Hughes in Louisville. and Mrs. I. S. Dunn near Lexington. haw 4X A Check for the motley you ovc nnil note how much more res pert fully your creditors They like to do you with n man who lnisiiitfss has nil Garrard They know he account nt Bank & the Trust Co. Better Is doing business in a bunipess like way. open such an account even if your alTairs are not large. Thev will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THIRTEENTH ANNUAL Kentucky State Fair LOUISVILLE September 13th to 18th, Farmer boys' Encampment and Ilaly Health Contest, 1915 Biggest Saddlo Horse Show in the World Fine Kxhi' s of Cattle, Sme, Sheep, Poultry, Field Seed and Grain, il' ".mil -- re. Women's Handiwork, Student's Judging Contest, Capt. W. W. Itrown, of Lowell, left Mr. and Mrs. W. C. McElhannon, ot Uristol, Tenn., are here for a visit to last Monday for Kingston Mo., to visit her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Jones. his daughter, Mrs. Noah Spainhower. Mrs. S. H. Ely and children of Junc Little Miss Annie Miller Coinelyis the beautiful and attractive guest of her tion City are here with Mrs. Ely's aunt Mrs. W. M. Jones of Hedgeville. parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Itallard. Ector I.itwsnn ami itobert Tomlinson Mrs. Rattle Smith and children have returned to Birmingham after n visit have been members of a house party at to her parents Mr. and Mrs. Solon li. the home ot uurus rnrK s at mcnmomi lienry Mrs. Ilooth Sutton and pretty daughMrs. Freeman Miles and htt!st:n of ter. Miss Virginia, spent Sunday with Eldorado, Ark. are here for u visit to Mrs. Sutton's sister Mrs. Frank Holtz-claMrs, Miles parents, Mr. and Mrs. Solon li. Henry. Prof, and Mrs. Smith and attractive Mrs. R. E. McRoberts left WednuS- - little children, of Williamsburg nie day for a protracted visit to her daugh here for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Frank ter Mrs. Kichanl liurktier bpinule Jr. Estes. in Norfolk Va. Miss Ruby Thomson has been the Miss Annie Margaret Elkin gave u attractive guests of fuends and porch dance Friday evening, in honor relatives in Crab Orchard, Nicholasville of Miss I.j ilia Elmore, and her guest, and Coy. Miss ....Trotting mid I'uciug Riiccm Eitcli Day.... CN'itn Midway ami Gmntl FireworliH Display HUTII LAW, SonHntional Lady Avinior For Catalogue Address Reduced Railroad Rates J, I.. DENT, Secretary, 705 Paul Jones Building, Louisville, Ky. doing the "Spiral Dive" "Dip of Death" "Steep Banking" and many other thrillers every nflernoon. WAN TED Army Horses and Mules Any one having either of the above to sell, should phone me at Lancaster, and I will drive to see them. W. Lancaster, - B. Burton, - - Kentucky. 'ellu Miller. Beagle, and Misses Viola and Miss Zella Miller, who has been the Miss Nancy Weddle and Mr. Alger guest of Miss Ljdia Elmore, returned Weddlo all of Ilustonille. were here to her home at her home at Hillsboro Tuesday. Ohio, on Monday. Mittes Lena Schooler of this city and Mr. and Mrs. Allen D. Henry have Ueulah Colton of Richmond, weie rereturned to their home in Itirmingham cent guests of Miss Lina Schooler at after a pleasant visit to his parents Kirksville. Mr. and Mrs, S. II. Henry. Mr. R. E Hughes, of Louisville, The 'Misses Duncan of Lawrenceburg came in Friday and remained over unwho have been visiting Misses Anna til Monday, with his father, Judge M. lielle Uurnside, Elizabeth Uibbs and D, Hughes. Elizabeth Eld ridge, have returned home. Misses Florence Johnson and Mamie Mrs. George D. Rcbinson, Mrs. W. Slormes Dunn have returned from a R. Cook, Mrs, Sallio Ross Lawson and pleasant visit to Miss Viola Beagle of Miss Sue Shelby Mason motored to Htistonvllle. Crab Orchard Springs on riduy evenMr. and Mrs. II. II. Price and Miss ing. Mary Lackey of Danville, were recent Miss Minnie llrown has been in Paris guests of Mrs. D. M. Lackey and Miss I ml., for a visit to her parents Mr. and Jennie Lackey. Mrs. R. S. llrown and also in the city Mr. and Mrs. John M. Farra left muikets purchasing a handsome line of Tuesday for Louisville, where Mrs, millinery. Farra will enter St. Joseph's Infirmary Misses Lyle Cooper, Lottie Carson, for a short stay. Lucy Lee Walton and Mary Elizabeth II. V. Uastin. Dr. W. , Montgomery McKInney, a quartette of attractive Stanford girls were in Lancaster Sat- and Judge L. L. Walker left Tuesday for Louisville to attend u Republican urday boosting the fair. political conference. Mr. Dave Anderson and family, Mr, Mr. John Carter Powell of Welling George Drown and daughter and Mrs. Miss Elsie, Mrs. Dorcas Walker and ton Kansas, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Helm daughters Marie and Hazel and Mr. of Hustonvillo, Mr. and Mrs, Chas. and Mrs. Jones Anderson and daughter Rankin of Danville and Mr; und Mrs. Miss Victoria Anderson of Preachers' Hayden Leavell of this city, composed vllle enjoyed an outing to Lexington happy camping party at Mixed Springs Friday. last week Jeie Mr J. I). Hatcher is at Golden Dawn MISSOURI COUNTY Springs for several week. vacation. YOUU flND IT IN THIS COLUMN. Mr. James Arnold of Columbia S. C, mJ CAMP. Is here visiting his mother, Mis. Eliza Arnold. t. For Sale my house and lot on (Kansas City Star). I. P. Thompson. Mr. nnd Mr.. (ltira Meltnberts and Lalhrup. Mo. - When fifty or sixty bahv. Itetsv AlnrniMt. who have been horses die here in n day mibody pays visiting at Mr. Joe Hurnside. have re any particular nttenlion to it. It's omy the normal death rate. For In Uithrop turned to their home in Covington. tf. A. II. Uastin & Son. Mrs. Perev Nnlnml and children. at present there nre more horses than For Rent. Nellie anil Robert, returned to their were ever assembled before in the -home in Louisville todav. after a visit world's history 3Q.0O0 of them. House I nm living In. Possession To Lathrop come nil the horses and of several weeks with relatives here. mules purchased for the British army. about September 1 tn 15. Henry Moore Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Lyons. Misses Because of a lack of transports to take tf Minnie (ti1lv and Nannie Anderson them across the Atlantic they havu been Notice. will motor to the citfes next week to accumulating, until now all Clinton purchase fall dry goods and millinery. county Is virtually one vast feed lot. I will sell or rent my house and lot When "shipping" or "barn" fever on Crab Orchard street cheap, Mrs. Ilmnham Henzlev ol San J. Booth Sutten. Antonio, Texas who has been visiting broke out among the horses recently Mr. and Mrs. Luther Gibbs is now the there were many rumors of an epidem For Sale. guest of Mrs. J. S. Ilaughman of Dan- ic. Even the State health inspector came to Lathrop when they heard that ville. Good second hand surrey. The hundreds of animals were dying. Mrs. W. B. Moss. Mr. and Mrs. I. S. Dunn, of Lexing army vcteiinarians received themcalm-ly- . ton, are receiving congratulations since admitted the hundreds of deaths For Sale. the arrival of n dainty little visitor In nnd then proceeded to hand out some their liome, who bears the name of statistics. I wish to sell my house and 4 acre Miss Mary Lackey Dunn. The statistics made the "epidemic" lot at Hackley, Ky. The hsuse conMrs. William Garrigue, of New Or stories shrink wonderfully. The deaths, tains eight rooms. There are good out leans, together with her parents, Mr. the veterinarian showed, figured out, buildings, ami cistern. Possession can and Mrs. J. H. Conn and Master Harold just about oft percent a week. be given first of the year. Mrs Jennie Comely. Lawton Tinsley, nre spending the week And they dehed the inspectors to hnd a Lanenster, Ky. former who could show ns good a re at Crab Orchard Springs. cord. The inspectors agreed ami left. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Allen and chil For Sale. The British continue to lose some dren of Chattanooga Tenn., who are worth of horses a day. I olfer for sale my father's plaee at sojourning at Crab Orchard Springs, Disease is not the only agent that Lowell, Ky, consisting of two houses were recent guests of Alesdames Robert keeps the horses from being killed by and two acres of land, all necessary Elkin and Joseph Robinson. German bullets. Their habit of "mill good orchard and imMr. ami Mrs. 0. R. Carpenter have ing" has caused manvdeaths. Onbeing provements. Will sell at a bargain If delightful visit of a changed from on pasture :o another returned after a taken at once month, spent in Oklahoma with rela- the entire herd uf horses will immedi- Ida Mae Hurt, Lowell Ky. tives. They were accompanied home tttdv aut nni nn n .lfll fun unit niutrM by his father, Mr. John M. Carpenter. the circuit of the whole field. Some-per per cl. 5 Master V. A Laar. the bright, little times thev run for hours until many the! fall dead from exhaustion If Years 5 5 son of Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Lear, entertained about "n of his little friends bunch is large it may not be able to Loans made on real estate. If you In that! on Saturday morning at a party. De- make the turns at the corners. need cheaper money on long time, see licious refreshments were served to the case a quarter mile of fence disappears me about it. in a twinkling and the veterinarians G. B. Swinebroad, youthful gathering. Lancpster. Ky. are sewing up wire cuts for days. Mrs. J. T. Price entertained at a 12 Thedisaster of the sunken road at on Rich- Waterloo was duplicated here a few o'clock dinner at her homo PUBLIC SALE." The invitation list in- days mond Avfnue. bro Eleven hundred horses were cluded only relative, the honor guest being driven along a road a short dmI will on being Mr W. C. Price of Danville, h tance east of town, when they came to TUESDAY. AUG.. 31, 1915. former Lancastrian. a fuvine partly filled with water from begining at 10 o'lock at my residence on the heavy rains. The horses stampeded Stanford street. olTer for sale a lot of and the front ranks were swept Into Beds, and Bed Clothing; Chairs; Wash the muddy pool. The frantic animals Stands, in fact ull kinds of Furniture. Everything in good condition. Cooking Mr. Harrv Anderson and Miss Hallie were literally trampled into a solid muss Stove; HeatingStoves;Organ, 3 Couches Brown stole a march on their ft lends of bodies that filled the ravline from Over the struggling and many other things too numerous to and were married in Lexington Tues- bank to bank J. p. Prather, They are at Indian mass what was left of the herd galloped. mention. day morning. Lancaster, Ky. Many rf the horses were dead by the Springs on their honeymoon and will Others return next week to reside at the time the stampede passed. groom's home in Lancaster. Mr. An were terribly wounded by the battering FARM FOR SALE. most hoofs. Some were saved by holding derson is one of Lancaster's Farm containing 96 acres, three miles prominent young business men, and is their heads above water until they could to he congratulated on winning such a be extricated from the tangle of bodies, north of Lancaster on the Lexington young but when they bad been takenout there pike, well improved with good stock charming and accomplished woman. The bride is a daughter of still remained a gruesome task for the barn and all .necessary out buildings, with never failing springs and splendid The skinning gang. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Itrown. There are four skinning gangs now young orchard in full bearing. The Record joins their many friends in of and sometimes even that large force residence contains ten rooms, with bath fering congratulations. gets so far behind that horses are and other modern conveniences. This dumped in the long burial ditches with- has been mostly in grass for the past THE THIEF For u 14 years and is now ready to grow out their hides being saved. Sixty-fivacres in time one man, Charles Tillman, was hemp or tobacco. Another star of the legitimate stage given the hides for burying the dead b'uegrasj, the balance in clover and was added to the movies when Miss horses. As they brought from $1 to S5 meadow. The desirable location, ferDorothy Donnelly ngreed to play "The each on the market he was reputed to tility of the soil, makes this a most Thief" for '.he screen. Miss Donnelly be a week for the desirable home. For further particugetting about previously played th part in a had work. A later arrangement is under- lars, apply to York. year's run in New Don't fail stood to have brought his income down Alex West, Lanenster Ky. to see this Fox Feature at the Opera somewhat from from the figures at- 3 t Cmo. House tonight. tained only by vaudeville headliners and that, perhaps, in stage money. FOR SALE PRIVATELY. All Lathrop has shared to tome deARMSTRONG. The blue grass farm containing 21U gree, the prosperity of the horse skinMiss Elizabeth Armstrong, itged ners. For eleven months t shining acres and known as the John R. Hendertwenty years, died at her home in stream of British gold has poured thru son farm, located one mile from Lowell Louisville Wednesday morning and will the of town and few are those who have c.n the L. & N. railroad, be buried in the Lancaster cemetery not been able to dip their hands in the mile from Fonso and trom two to four this (Thursilay) afternoon. Miss Armcurrent. Building have gone up' with miles of five good churches, and one strong formerly lived in Brjnntsville, the rapidity of n boom mining camp. and half mile of the Pamt Lick Conbeing a daughter of the late Dr. Arm- Huge hay barns, two blocks long and a solidated schools. This farm is well imstrong. She is survived by her moth- hundred feet wide, feed barns, it grain proved, having u residence of seven er, Mrs Cecelia Armstrong, one broth- elevator, office nnd acres of shipping rooms, a large new stock barn, a live ond three sisters. er pens have all come as the result of the acre tobacco barn, all the necessary out buildings, a good cistern and horse business. A tenant house on In the Boer War in 1101 England splendid well. IN THE COUNTY COURT handled 12,000 animals through the this farm of live rooms, good barn In Judge Arnold's Court Wednesday depot here and that number has pos- and all out buildings and good cistern. morning, in the case of the Common sibly already been equrled- The aver The best watered farm in Garrard wealth against Orb Bourne, charge with age price now Is $175 for horses nnd county, with seven never failing springs assault of Frank Bourne, the Court $200. for mules. and two large ponds and all in grass, held the defendant over to await the except about forty acres. It is so uction of the Grand Jury on the chnrge situated that it can be divided Into BUCKEYE and battery. of assalt three small farms, if purchasers desire. In the case of the Commonwealth For further information, write or call .Miss Vivian Prather is spending the on, against Rether Ray, charged with W. A. or S. C. Henderson, week with Mis Lucinda Carter. Lowell Ky breach of feace, the defendant was or phone 357 B. Lancaster Ky one cent and costs, Mr. John Teater aiwnt last Friday with hisdHughter. Mrs' T. O. Hill. BURNT CHILD. Miss Agnes Miles spent Friday night A Chicago man visiting Cincinnati with Misses Sellie and Attress Noel. was being shown around by a citizen, Mr. George Calico and sister Ma) me' who said: "Now. let's go and see the attended the meeting at Gilard Sunday ii. Stan-fordS- ' ' one-ha- $10,-00- 0 1 1- -2 -2 , -, BROWN-ANDERS- e h - fin-e- Widows' Home. ' The Chicago man Mr. Willie P. Long has been very put his finger to the side of his nose sick, but is much better at this writing anil winked and then said: "Not much Mrs. W. II. Gulley and daughter Mias Mary Ann: I saw n widow home onee, and she sued me for breach of promise Barbara were vititors in Kirksville and proved it on me, and it cost me six Monday-M- r. teen thousand dollars. No sir; send the and Mrs. Hobitrt M.iy are the widows home in a hack." proud parents of the anivul of u baby boy Aug. lltli. STOP AT OUR GARAGE When in Danville Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Good Complete Accessories. line of Tires. Hill are rejoicing Auirust 20th Is the best time to plant over the arrival ot u s pouini baby girl alfalfa in Kentucky. Some farmers on August RHIi. have sowed it in the spring with goad Mrs. Permeulie Bogie has returned nxiills. but weeds are ant to tret the from Mercer Co.. and is with friends best of it, while if it is seeded in Aug and relatives here. ust, It gets a goou start uerore winter We handle only the highest grac's and crows ahead of weeds the next September sowing has coal. Our prices are low. spring. Early Hudson, Hughes & Famau been successful at times, but it is risky. It is safe to plant alfalfa from 20th to Miss Wilms Ray and brother. Burn-ar- d 25th of August in Kentucky, - August spent Sunday with their grandparents Mr, and Mrs. William Fain. Kentucky r arming. Mr. und Mrs. TIME TO SOW ALFALFA. Jes.e Everything in Automobile Prestolite Service. MITCHELL & DoNotGrlpci : We hare n plenanb luativs thai win do Just what you want it to do, 3" We tell thousand of thm and we tare never seen ft better remedy for tha Lowds. Bold only by tu, 10 ccnts. 4 B.E. McRobsrts 11 mfi Prather, Lucinda Vivian Misses Carter and Ilu Hill jpent Saturday night and Sunday with Misses Minnie and Louie llrown. Mr, and Mrs. Wesley Simpson are the proud patents of triplets, they are all living and doing nicely and have been named Wesley, Leslie and Jesse, SHACKELFORD. Second Street. Phone 121. Danville, Ky. Page 6 BRITISH OFFICER BITTER AT NATION Soys Gsraofij Aro may tight, and the Harrys and mil may become pflltltlan and newspaper editors, for all the country seems l care. "Of course, otic voluntetr Is equal to four pressed men. Our copy books say so. Therefore It imut I e true. "A III law," nhl mi llnsll'li srldler. 11 Gensiiu uiluu 'I hope I litter The Central Record, Thursday Aug 19 1915. I m AifltlU t (Turn 1 nm IP H WARSAW EXODUS NIGHT BRIEF BITS OF LIVE WAR NEWS May With- KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. 3- WITHOUT PANIC American Red Gross you thlnte- - of the Genii.ili". self sacrifices, I'.c'r Activities of Volunteer Motor Physicians and Nurses Take Orderly Manner. Points Willis England wonderful umraje nnd fortitude m.il draw Doctors and Nurses. Ambulance Corps Vividly unanimity, doesn't It make ynu blush Their Cars to tho Very for jour own (inmiryt Thmw nwny Described by a Thick of Desperate your principles, mnn, throw nwny lh MAJORITY WISHED TO STAY I FUNDS NEARLY EXHAUSTED. A PLEA FOR CONSCRIPTION, luml-cMember. of the pm-- t nihl look things In Fighting. the fnce. upholding "Iion'l blather iiIhiiii of the jJ-- t mid the bulldog Russian Government Gave Free Rail- j Statistics Show How Much Medicine the English 6mugnet and Arrecance It. lliniltY, a Prince-to- u which was the second n weak nnd I am tired road Transportation to All Who by Man on the Firing Line. pluck pulling us through. Wat Used In Cleaning Up Gervia. graduate, lias written bloody hand crept out nnd clewed over of pulpit nud music hull sentiments. Wanted to Leave, but Only IS Per Recruiting Her Asserts Nation Mutt Forget TradiLowers Canada 11 11 vivid nnd mine as we lifted him, nnd from from the field Ilcallzo that the Germans arc a better Advantage of the Offer. to Win tions Awake and Organl Standard In Order to Increase Enllit interesting description of the, mouth which I could not see came the' Cent Took and n more virile race than we arc. the War. ' Retirement Carefully Planned. mente 04her Interesting Items. and try to tench jour vast mass of work of the American Volunteer Motor, whisper, s Amerlcnlnes." "At B o'clock we had uir oond trip,' Hundreds of refugees from Warsaw remarkable k'tlcr 1ms come It) tlio Ilrltlsh opinion to surpass them at Ambulance corps, which has been do- - which brought us back In time for din- X Hisl I'rosa doctors nnd American , ,r ....Vi. ...1.1. m, own game. ...... ...v . dally. Most nurcs will In- - withdrawn from the batDally Clironkle from tlio front, pre- their Uh d,H..or!. At 7uio the nro nrrlvlng nt Moscow "I nm nn Digllshmnn, nnd the twenty cars for the wounded of tho sumably written liy mi officer In n of them are without money or means tlefields of EuniK' on Oct I liecausc I house trembled, and our glasses rang chances are thai I shall never see anarmy. Lancashire regiment. It follows: ngnln ns the first of n series of henvy of sustenance and nro seeking nld at of o lack of funds to keep them there other year,, jet our national scntlracn-tnllty- , French "I cnniiot help but start wltli nbilse. Tho American Volunteer Motor Am- shells fell In the village. A bugle rang tho American consulate, where nn en- longer, according to a statement made our wnfll, our petty squabalthough you are only one of those 'In bling, our policies, our lack of method bulance corps was organized nt the out- out In the shadowy main square-thr-ee larged staff Is attempting to supply at Washington by Mhs Mabel T. touch with the vnt of the lied Cross break of the wur by Itlchnrd Norton, sharp notes, "ganlex vous'nnd we temporary assistance pending the or- lkordmun, chairman opinion, as your have made of me one of the most muss of llrltlsti son of the late Professor Charles Ullot, knew (nat commission. CVery building In tho vllIn Ilurope. ganization of a ltusslan relief commis- reliefIs puts It. Damn Ilrltlsh 1 enure-leader writer In iaKV (,lue cjaj figures Werc scurrying It twlhle that the two units ex"I cannot say why I have treated you Norton, it is siipismeu nimosi siilwcrlptlons, opinion, slrl Itamn the vain, self comand Into the black relhirs-tliousn- nds I bo greatest need of sion. Itelglum, wU-rto this round of nbuso. Yon nre no ly by American refugees state that although the ists, will ls continued, but tho other placent English smugness nml English worse than others. If anything n trifle prominent society nnd humanitarian them. The arrogance! To your 'inst mass' the bettor than that loathsome Xorthcllffc leaders of Washington have carried ou population of the Polish capital was fourteen detachments will Is) recalled Close to Bunting Shell, IJra of defeat Is quite Inconceivable, crowd, with their party political Job- caminlgns for Its support. convinced thnt the Germans ultimately on the date when the "llooui! A sudden explosion ou the would occupy the city, a majority of American fund of $lM.l4i will be It Is coniiwed principally of Ameri for are they not the loys of the bull- bery. cans, though some Englishmen who other side of the town thnt souudrd tho citizens elected to remain, only np exhausted. In the work of cleaning dog lireoil, the descendants of countound by Traditions. could not tight from physical dtnblll-- j like stage cannon In 'Shenandoah;' a proximately 15 less heroes, free men In n free councent having depart - ., t,(, Cns has ucd3.V, "flut you, sir, are blinded by princiItles also have Joined It Most of tho, sudden high pitched wall with ...an lu ed. This accounts for the comparative try, who Just won't he staves, the r wi;phiir, "Kl.oOi) blehlor-...1,1. ples, which l nearly ns bad bound American volunteers are college grnd-- , 111..... 1. - I.. I. lit.- - .. ..... oriicr D1 the alienee of anlc which ... .. And so on nd ...e ,,,,,. 7U p,Ittms f of llelglum? ierum.c..i. ' 1Jo hand nnd foot by past traditions nnd uatcs. I nauseam! the ox.lus. ranTl f?m us with ""'P-mU, p. t forn.aldel.jdo. 12.-ess l.Mm ' Is Ilrltlsh arrogance the utterances of statesmen now hap.,.aKH, , "So colossal A Day at the Front. w,lcn )!(,nmui ,acclne,7wwhli,w (hat our drains and Imagination nre pily dead, but unfortunately not for"The American Volunteer Slotor Am- - us' o tUV "oESTn1 swamped. We still seem to think that gotten. Cannot the Dally Chronicle j Itself, or must It still lc bulnnce corps, nttached to tho Second pipe had been drop,,, across ourj 'Ilu the German have made war to grat- think for French urmy In the north of opinions of, say. Glad bound " ify us, so that we may show them stone? by the 'l c" lieally. e'en such n demigod since Octoler, has removed to n new . "And so It went for thirty minutes j In order to Increase her enlistments what fine fellows wo really are. cm"1 bnsls less than six miles behind the as ho can get mil of date. '"I l'"" nuthorlf "les was that residents Cann.h. has lowcrd the lecrulUngstai.- , shelling censed ns suddenly never en"Probably you, too, , lines," Mr. llerry writes. "An Inimedl-ut- e until the ,lu , nWl JU,n "Could you but realize how nauseat1..0IW.1 chef gave tertained the Idea that we nre losing ing It Is to read any result has been the establishment I It had nu extraThe leaving would not bo allowed to re-C)IIIillln sol-w- e dally glass of cognac, which us each Mm mnj. ! this war. Vet the lald truth remains ''the uioutbplorc-- i of the nation' (In of single guard cars at three points; wrmlt ,ur" "'"""ut 11 j tUe swallowe.1 In oiie gulp. nnherto the inlnluiuin height that the Germans nre winning on black letters, pleaei with their quab-ble- directly on the line and In front of the I,os gratefully on Residents Feired Famine. The Uwhes j has lvn flc fwt three Inches. dlf "lion solr! he points, and we go on talking, talking guns. , de- their inc.inuess nnd their follies! laughing, nud It was n pleasant' Those, choosing the nltcniatlte of minimum chest measurement Is now about the 'big push' to be delivered You are lielter. That Is why I take "Perhaps I can bet ghe J'ou nn Ideal said, to tlnd oneself laughing lis.. 1 pnrture foresaw that Warsaw would thlrtj Ihree Imhi-- s for thow! thirty thing licit spring, according lc the Times' the trouble to write jou this; but, good of the kind of work the guard cars do . "As the church Ml was tolling 11 Ihs vlslfcd with conditions similar to j,.nrs old or under. 1I10 former mini (Please ob God, you'l'e bad enough! military correspondent by 11 description of my first twenty. ' o'clock Hint night a sudden light shone those Imputed on Isli nnd that tho ' mum having Ihtii thirty-thre- e nnd one-tow-n serve that wo have given up the Idea less than half four hours nt a "I nm abusive, but when moved would K- - cut off from the Interior hair Inches, Into our ejes. nnd we looked from our this year. We are still wealing down mile or so lhlnd the trenches. politeness Is Jettisoned, and, blankets nt n sleepy orderly w ho stood of ltii'sln, w hence nil pm Islons were j the 'baby killing IIun.'i 'Two of us on a two stretcher, three in the stable doorwny and beckoned obtainable, nnd thnt Warsaw would candidly, nothing would give me greatMarconi, who Is n lieutenant of ambulance with a ghostly forefinger. sitter De Launey-Ilellvll- e Advantage With Defense. er pleasure tli.in f drive, these things glncers In tliu Italian army, has from famine. arrived nt the appointed village a lit- refugis-- s couiure the orderly nnd disn Guidon buying war supplies for his The "'Hill "I. at once. he mild hoarsely "If you could see trenches hammer- Into jour head with a mallet: the the tie after midday. Wo found the doc- nnd chittensl nwny down the court systematic abandonment of the city ' ed to hell by hundreds of guns hour) tance, bowcer. Is too great. Germans, and their deadly earnestness tors nnd stretcher liearers of two of yard, looking gigantic behind Ids can with the panic caused by the first Ger-- 1 Italy's nblllty to defeat Autrln and of smoke, dust, blood and nole and i the four reglmentsvwe were to servo dle tlame. man appmneh last (MoU-r- . when an ,nyS thnt Itnly Is well supplied with then go across to take thes-- same bat cannot convince jou. "This letter Is not Intended for any Installed In a one story farmhouse, tho Without n single light, but with a nttempt of the city olllclals. Institutions ammunition, her factories working nt tered lines, only to lie met by n hall of barnyard entrance to which cloudy moon to guide us, the car moved nnd prlwite citizens to nil at once high pressure day and night turning bullets, to return, leaving your frleSds publicity, thnti'li It would be amusing covered out shells. Italy, Ik-- says. Is particular and men lying dead outside. It might to see some of your public rending It. was the shelter our car was to occupy along the deserted streets, feeling Its resulted In lndecrilnible confusion, while awaiting orders. wny through the tree shadows. SenThe retirement this time wns so enre-trl-es ly well tsjulpissl with dirigibles nnd make you realize what an enormous nor Is It Intended to draw forth any hours, fully planned and so systematically ex. aeroplanes. nre Jumpy folk nt these reply. The labor of writing it would advantage lies with the defense. Cilled to the Trenches. nnd n moving lantern In the middle of. ccutcd that It went off like clockwork. have battered for live not be "grudgisl If I knew that you had "The "At 2:20 p. in. there tame n telephone tho road brought us to n ilead stop nnd nn onlooker received the Impres Since the out brisk of the war tho weeks I have heard It day and night read It nnd thought for the minutes order from tho "Premier Post de while a throaty 'Qui vivo!" from the sion thnt a no more extraordinary phe douon whnt 1 hate Mild. lias U-enet gain, two miles! at tho trenches for the 'Volture darkness at the side marked where a nomenon wns occurring than the ordi- SwedishIt army has a totalalmost now "We have suth n colossal task before of MO.UO blet!. "The bubble of breaking through has Americalne' to reKrt there Immediate- ritlo probably covered us. nary summer exodus. SuuVlcnt extra trained men, 3i.oio of which are t burst, hut we are too deaf to hear the us that poor mortals like me arc ap- ly. Slowly we crawled through streets provided so that trav-clin- g trooivi of the first line, tlie remainder "Tho password and then on again trains had N-cpalled, but the Olympians at home still "pop." Uttered with the debris of shell shatconditions on tho whole differed landst urm. New training schools "You answer with the German nd- - go unmoved nbout their godlike busl- tered houses and walls, and by sentries until 'Hill 71' wns reached. This tlmo wo left the car as close ngalnst the little from normal. ,s tueJ" wll " fur tioncommlsskswsl officers Iiavc vanco In Itussla nnd then go on to the "ess- '"'P. not whoy demanded the password nt tho nearest dugouts as possible, for now I Provision Ticfcets Unnecessary. establlslHsl since last August In which "In conclusion I shall quoto Sir. problem. Of course Germany bayonet's iwlnt. Further ou a cluster ray ami wiw nui eis were zip-- ii0,us) nonconu hao ln-vtrained. An unusua, foature of (he last; of course she will lie tcr Long (Morning Post, July 10i: 'It of supply and ammunition trains In a zipping overhead and along the road abon,,OInl,nt of ,he city wns tho fact starred In a few months; of course she would not hate met the situation to country lane kept us back, but a sud- as thick Jane bugs around a candle. ,.,,, men Into ,okpts wero un. has no cotton, no copper, but she has .have simply pressed more The French gocrnuwnt has conferden turn to the left showed a white the red the military cnw upon Professor sot brains and method and uses both, the service unless we could hate put ribbon of empty road that wound up nml. though most were stopcd bywere Ilcc,arj. 'k barricades or flew loo high, there In their hands the rltles and nmmuul-worT()e on Itlchard Norton, founder of tho Amer"And wo muddlo nloug In our well over n high ridge before us. Innocent plenty Iookl. for a billet A dim red grooves; our party politics, our tlon without which they would bo use- llo u) a ican volunteer ambulance corps, which It looked nnd Inviting. i. light showed us the 'Poste de Sccours." , f hi the chief Ilisl Crura unit In tho Secnewspaper dictatorship, our racing, our less to take part in tne war. . We opened the throttle wide and With the decora"There you have the fallacy In n rushed to the summit to find our nble to proceed MVJthwnrd nnd to Kler, ond French army brides In their baths. Surgeon's Night Work. tion the government sent Professor "I hnvo been ten months In Franco nutshell. Surely Long must know that selves In full view of the German guns "We shuffled down Its passage and and, finding the railway to Vllna fighting for that the thought almost national service does not cram every and trenches, while in the surface of entered. One of two lanterns was for military pun""., they Norton n letter warmly praising the corps. man Into the ranks when we cannot makes mo vomit the rood we Jolted over old shell marks smoking badly, and It wns through a took the line to the east, temporarily- work of the "Don't talk about the 'glorious tra- equip them (our voluntary system did gaped at us like manholes. Down tho bnzo that we saw, at one end of a crowding Moscow, Vladova and llrestif far sldo of the ridge we drop(cd at full chamber perhaps forty feet long by Lltovsk. Mnny of these lost their . Itegrtt has Iss-- expressed by the ditions of our race." Only fools fight that from August to December), for traditions; the wise man fights for there Is national service they are call- siocd, holding our breath. Rut no ten wide. In which one had to stoop, homes In the outlying ortlons of War- - Ilritlsb government to the Norwegian ' up when required. You know that ed realities and the future. shells fell, and no bullets, nnd wo In- live or six slightly woiiuueil iniantry saw, tho destruction of which tiecamo government bocauw of the violation of Norwegian territorial waters by Ilrlt"This long winded preamble leads me and he knows It. yet your dnmnablo wardly congratulated ourselves as wo men nsleep on the straw which cover- a military necessity. on to your crowning folly your fear politics befouls jour months. All the territory Immediately to the lsh warships, particularly the seizure drew up near the dug out shelters hid- ed the earthen floor; nt the other end "The Liberals nro bound by princi- den hi n hollow tieblud the French a rude operating table, from which two west of Warsaw, containing large fac- of a German steamer Insldu tbo three .and hatred of conscription. "I shall be quite frank. Had con- ples; the Socialists by the word 'free- second line, where we found un orderly orderlies were lifting the cause of our tories. Polish estates and onsnnt mile limit The note was cordial and scription passed twelve months since dom'; the Conservatives have no prln. waiting for us beside n final sentry. Journey, In a corner the surgeon was dwellings, uow present blackened and was In reply to a protest by Norway. I should have left England. Now, if elides nnd Lo traditions since PjOU. If "Here the car was turned n round nnd washing his red hands In n basin. ' uninhabitable areas. ' there were nn ounce of ability In their they don't have It I shall leao tho Several Americans were In Itbelms I Care had liecn taken that no suburthe stretchers shouldered, for we bad Thnt was all. country. Itnts have tho foresight to broken camp they might break fresh reached u point lieyond which the amban factories should fall Into the hands recently during a heavy tximhardment "Hut iorliupti not quite all ground, but the soil Is barren. Jenvo certain ships. bulance might not go, since the road, The orderlies wlilsicrcil encourng-- 1 of the Germans and be coiicrted to Tho party tiwk refuge In it cellar for "I nm asking my friend to transmit which led straight on to Calls Englishmen Fools. the German Ingly Into ears that did not hear ns their use. Chief nunuig those destroy-the- y en hour. On reaching Paris they said to you. as It would l lost lines, was heavily this O sugar factory be-fr- o that on the day they were lu Ithelius strove to ijulet the rolling to and ed wns the barricaded at Inter"Circumstances alter cases, but 1 In letter the ordinary channels. My thoughts vals of fifteen meters. of the bundle of red and white bulging to a Polish lawyer, Eugene between 5(0 nnd (J" large calllr shells fear that they will never give tho . and their mode of expression may be "The Premier Poste de Secours was bandage which was n head or liotinil Knrnluk. with more than 2.0.0 tons of wero dropsl on the cltj-suttlclciit Insight to see whnt crude, sir, but they havo tho virtue some way down the road, and we hur- to tho stretcher the twitching arms and sugar. a fool he really can lc. tielng honest nnd outspoken. I uni. ried Typhus has practically letn wiped toward It with the orderly When legs In which the broken nerves were The factories In tho city Itself, "And you. In touch with your vnst of very truly, wo reached It this flrxt aid dressing Prtentj however, they though abandoned, bad not yet been out In Senin. Tho Servian army Is mass, won't have national service In sir, yours "LANCASIIIItn." proved to lie n dugout chamber stooped, lifted nnd iwissed out under J destroyed when the refugees left the reported to I In good condition nnd stntlon tho nation's cause because 'all that Is probably letter (siilpsl than ever befive feet lielow ground, reached by an the stars. We started to follow with capital, cliaracterlstlcally English dies If EngI Inclined plane much ns one enters to the accouterments and ritle, but the j fore. It Is mobilized around tho fronperishes." lish freedom NEW CURE FOR LEPROSY. the tomb chamber of the great pyramid Those worn out myths! None of us SOLDIERS SMITTEN BY BEES. tiers, ready to move nt any point nt any moment Is free, nnd you know It. Smith was Filipino Physician Discharges Patients of Cheops. try tunic, bloodstained and cut Into Thinking They not free to drown his brides. We arc J Have Desn Struck by After Successful Treatment. Wounded Men Waiting. .. ribbons by shrapnel nnd his seUsors. Ten more largo national munitions all slaves of the community, nnd, some Twenty-thre- e lepers nt C11II011. Philip- ' "Hero we found ouf men. wounded From an Inside Hckef he drew n let factories nro to be established In Eng, think, of the country In which we live. pine Islands, have been discharged ,Tu1 mn "'Kl'w. Kentucky na- - land, In addition to tho sixteen huge but fifteen minutes before, ready for tcr. creased and smeared with blood. "Will you leave your dear old princi- as cured ng the result of the treatment " 'Garde blen K.ur lul.' he said as , "al u,ir',',,,,H'tIf'1 ' "lH ) ,1''ln' us. One had 11 rlliu bullet through his national plants now In operation, acple for n moment nud look ut things "" with chaulmoogra oil developed by head, the other was riddled u 1th xhrup-nel- . he handd It to us. and Just Inside the ,Lo lm '? of cording to n statement made by Lloyd-Georgfrom nnother point of lcwV ' arul VWK """" Dr. Mcrcndo, 11 Filipino physician. ' """ Until were in pretty bail shape, enveloisj we could mh n piece of press- minister of munitions. "In n great national crisis It must TIlO defeat WHS , SwOIIll reglUlCUtS. In nil eighty cases were treated, and ih,n - ,.!.,,. ,in,l especlallj-- . but 11s we ,.1 be taken for granted (I assume that Dr. Mercndo thinks he Is Juitlflcd lu the shrupuel I bo, "!c "f n"to,na-lef- t lifted the first 011 to the stretcher his as on tho day some one who had .""i1" "l"'",t Captain II. A. Tomklnson of the Ilrltthe nation Is virile) that every man legnrdlng the oil f the I.ulsvlllo reg- ?s n specific for the eyes opened, and he smiled at us, thlnd had put It there. lsh Itoyal dragoons has been promoted e and women Is willing to tone the disease. ( glad after all that one of lmi','t' " 10 i;'h.sl the front while from the distorted bundle of "We were country. In other words, every man ,Lo V1" rV,., Uo,, """ "'0 ""ld,l,u's to tbo rank of major. Ho played No. 1 Tho Lancet of London In March of light blue uniform and led bnndagi) the lanterns was smoking." on tho polo team which took back tho and womnn Is a volunteer. coutaluisl sohllers. last year contained an account of the , "If you deny this hypothesis jou discharge by Dr. Victor (1. Helper of ,)urlll). , l)llt( gevcrai of tho sol international polo cup to England last damn the country and 'your vast mnss diers thought thnt they had Iss-- lilt year from tho United States. tho San I.azaro Hospital I'or Lepers nl of Ilrltlsh opinion.' by shells and fell to tho ground. MemManila of two lepers who had been Tho sultan of Turkey has decorated "Trobnbly your 'principles' will not bers of the hospital corps examined Well, free from leprosy for two years. Other Us shocked by this statement. the wounds and dIscoered that the three American olllclals of tho Stand-or- d willing cases were mentioned to show cumu-- 1 Oil company nt Constantinople for . then, every mnn and woman Is uivu hnd liecn stung by bumlilels-esWounded. Prisoners. Total. Killed. their hiimnnltariaii services. Those to serve. To take full advantage of latlvo evidence of the value of treating decorated nre W. 11 llemls. Oscar Gun-ke- l 180,000 660,000 1,300,000 460,000 Oils willingness It must bo organlzcd-I- n leprosy with chaulmoogra oil. combined France A MALLET. BORROWED nud I- - I. Thomas. a word, conscription. Hint nwful with camphor nnd resorcln and nd England 200,000 471,000 00,000 181,000 bogle word which gives some little ministered liypnderinicnlly. 49,000 15,000 Belgium 113,000 And Went Over to the Enemy's Trench-e- s 40,000 In tho colony nt Cullon there were Gabrlelo Hew d'AiinuuzIo over Ubcrnls and some llttlo Conservatives For It. 3,780,000 850,000 1,680,000 1,250,000 Trieste n few dija ago In the nero. and some little Socialists bad dreams. 2,013 lepers nt the end of 1012. The Russia One of our men In tho trenches, suys piano of Lleutennnt Mlrnglla, commission In Germany 490,000 1,880,000 4,000,000 1,030,000 Tbo "I know that 1 nm not writing to n report of the Philippine ham- paper, was child, but conscription does not mean 1012 raid: 910,000 1,869,000 4,385,000 a Iiondon post which ordered to some lieutenant dropped bombs on tho city, Austria 1,610,000 supported lu n "Chaulmoogni oil. when taken conpoet thtew down poetic tnos-wl- re nier while tho that every one Is a soldier. It means 144,000 349,000 95,000 Turkey 110,000 entanglements and had liecomo ' snces. that George, who Is an engineer, engi- tinually over long periods of time, conI'lndlng that there was no loosened. Tom, who Is n tinues to prove most useful In trcatlm neers for the state; 14,398,000 hammer, tho man coolly walked across Tlio Austrian government has agreed 6,478,000 2,630,000 5,290,000 killed workman, works for the state; the dlseaso nnd results In some ap- Totals to tho nearest Ireneli of tho enemy nnd to spare Itallnn churches nnd inonu-aske- d and Harry and PHI, who arc fit to parent cures. Unfortunately most perto be lent n hammer or mallet, luients In Italian coast, towns provided from Purls gho the Tbo outstanding feature of tho above fight, fight and pcrhae die for the sons experience great difficulty In tnk Evidently surprised nnd pleased at the Italians do not use them for mill-th- o computation, apart from Its staggering etate. The state calls her children ami tng It ADVICES figures us losses of courage of the man, ono of tho (ory purposes. lu the great war up '.' total. Is the proortlon f killed to who had been "Twelve colonists allots to them their tasks. What monSlay 31 u compiled by the wounded, lu former wars tho dead German soldiers handed him n mallet I strous, wicked, bloody oppression! treated with chaulmoogra oil were sent A convention ceding lo Bulgaria, tha "And you must go on unblushlngly to Manila apparently cured of leprosy, French ministry of war. While not and wounded have usually worked out nnd tho poit having been straightened with your old volunteering muddle. but It was subsequently necessary to accepted as exact, the figures arc the In the ratio of one to four or five. The and Died, tho man walked back to tho ( Turkish portlou of tho Dedcgatch trench, relumed the mallet . way has been signed In Constantino, George, the engineer, may Join the It return two of them who bad suffered first ofilclil record of the wur's casual- above tablo shows a ratio of five lo plo. and caliUy rejoined his companions. ties. Kori ti Is not Included In the list six. A. M. C; Tom, the skilled workman. relapse." "When Vi.m!;j en tecr.' iut TO BEUEVE PI I I Taylonvllle August -1 lnyt. Ilurkuvllle, August II I ilnyr. Vancflmrg, August II -- 3 ,Hj, Itroailhend, AugUf 11 Rilayi. Residents Fled to Moscow In iUs, their wonderful '! , r...r IVrryville, August It 3 days. Kern Creek, August 11 1 days, Sanders, Fair, Augll-ldStanford, K, of I', August IS .1 da. Shephrrdiivillf, August 17- -1 days. I.awrenceburg, August 174 days. Columbia, August ID I days. Eminence, August Hi- --I days. Ewing, August ID -- 3 days. London, August 21 dsjs. Kliznbethtown, August 21 lldujs. Shelby ville, August Germsntown, August 25- -4 days. Mt. Vernon, August 4 3 days. s -- rM .e. t j.ia K X? Inle'h"? 'threlrr'a:" n' ,.um,lI ,;.,, too ''"l1" T' ? 'TT' f ,, ,,,, The undersigned hereby give warning to nil persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever we will prosecute all offenders to ful lst extent of - law Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Kd & N It Price It. 1.. Klkin W. It. Cook. Mrs. Itebecca J. West. II. C. Arnold. Jnmei in Conn, J. C. Morgan. J. P. Wand. J. II. nnd V. S. caver We will sclil other names for 2Acent cash. tN POSTED ist Personal Stationery Should be Engraved Embossed Dowadays. or It reflects good taste and .at once creates a favorable impression. Icn llt Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. TIU2 Central Record. " .. ,,, rrl,n, w K No & N. Uncisltr, m. Ky. Train Schedule At ARRIVE. l0;6.-(0-. ..... ..... To Maysvillr, connecting at Hlchmoni with I. A N to Frankfort & Loulivllle; at Winchester with C 4 O to Lexing. ton & Frankfort. Mount Sterling & Ashland, at i'aris to Cincinnati. No 71; Has a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland. I. & N to all iolnla South $l.f.) NoiS; U KM a. m. connecting with L & N to Irvine & Heattyville. k Cincinnati, .Middleaborn & Knoxvllle. To Richmond, No 70; 110 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:W p. m. To Uiuisville. connecting at Lebanon Junction to Klitabethtown & Howling Green, and nt llardstown Junction to Ilanlstown & Springfield. No i; 8:12 p. m. To Stanford, connecting rZSrE1 ,.' with fast train to llristnl & Atlanta. '"""f ,.... ''' '' "'''" Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville, Ky. North-boun- 14,398,000 TOLL OF 10 MONTHS DFWAR No. 10 No. 1 Cincinnati Express, daily 4:30 a.m. Spe- ...... cial, daily 0:03 a.m. No. 28 Illuo Grass Special, daily except Sun...C:0J a.m. No. Carolina Special, daily 7:00 n.m No. Express, dally 1:35 p.m. No. Limited. dully 5:20 p.m. No. 12 Itoyal Palm, dally.. 5:37 p.m. South-boun- No. C Local dally Exnress. No. 11 No. 1 No. 13 11:05 a.m. Royal Palm, dallyMll:20 a.m. New Orleans Llm. ited, dally 11:35 a.m. Carolina daily Special, 10:15 n.m. The Central Record 51.00 Per Year In Advance. Lancaster, Kentucky. i No. 3 ' Shown at Koman's Opera House Each Monday Night Z$X'(ZAu,Vi' kX&KuuSXii m rlntrtma UauaakdL A Sne. clal, doily No. An etuilv mail Com HitvmtMr ()a!MuriN la puao. Votes. llff u ichrMtTlfc. 0 Scbool clUHi la PMr, LuivtiN, KaMoibls) of tliBturr lulls, OrtM.VDllo. PublW Mule Theory, Hr ui. rtlal UaJ atudataat VikeltaU avl vbLka an. will relieve your Indigestion. Many people in this town have used them' and we have yet to hear of a cue where they have foiled. We know the for- -' inula. Bold only by us 25o a box.r R. E. McRoberta clal, dally 11:52 n.m. Grass Sue- clal, dally except Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. For rates, routes and Information call upon or address M. J. Coughlin. i teentj 'phone 340. No. 27 Blue Florida Sne. li.jd n.m.' The Central Record, Thursday Aug 19, 1915 Page 7 jj Lo,nci Stock 1 the above date, at 9:30 a. m., at his late residence, one-ha8 1 will, on A At lf mile from B nena 100-poun- d oi and Five miles from Burgin, Ky., Sell to the Highest Bidder the following personal property of John W. Scott, deceased. the same time and place, as Agent for the heirs of said John W. Scott, I will sell the trees Also has all necess&ry smoke-house, e, hen-hous- rrard Count? ay buggy house, good "pair of scales on the place. 5 25 Shares or Stock in the Bank of Bryantsvllle; 42 good Yearling Steers; 30 good Yearling Heifers; 6 Milk Cows; 4 Cows and Calves; 16 good Weanling Bulls; 50 Head of First-clas- s Calves; 2 Short-hor- n Young Ewes; 6 good Brood Sows, due to farrow about date of sale: 3 Sows and Pigs; 1 good Red Berkshire Shoats; I pair of Aged Boar; 35 Head or Mare Mules, extra good; 1 Mules; I pair Six-year.o- ld such as etc. enant house, Large garden m Farm Containing 288 Acres lnnct. in a high stnte of cultivnlion, having been s grass for a number of years, ami part of it in mostly 25 years. This farm is a good producer of any of the crops raised in this section of the country, and has long been known as the best wheat and hump farm in the county. It is well watered and under good fencing, and also an ideal stock farm. Therefore, it is now ready for stock raising or general farming, such as hemp, tobacco or any other crops com- with some fruit. Large stock barn for 20 horses', two corn cribs 3 sheds and granary room for 5.000 bushels ol grain. There is also a good four-roocottage, with cistern at the door and good yard and garden. A The long pike frontage of this laud makes it susceptable of division and will Le offered in two ur three of fine seperatc tracts and then as a whole Family Horse: combined gentle for Ladies to drive; 1 Chief Colt by her side; 1 Mare with Chester Stallion, by Vice Commodore: 1,000 Bales of Timothy and Clover Hay; 600 Bales or Straw; 1 2 Acres of e Wagon, 1 new Deering growing Corn; 1 Binder and Mower, and Kentucky Wheat Drill; Disc Harrow; 1 Buggy and Harness, and all other farming Implements; 5 cans of good lard; good Six-year-old 1 good Family Mare, ld In blue-gras- Six-year-o- Two-year-o- ld Two-hors- House-hol- d anil Kitchen Furniture $25. and under, cash in hand. This farm is well located en n gcod turnpike road mile from Buena Vista postollice. having two daily mnils; five milos from Burgin Station on the Q. & C. Railway: 3 56 miles from Brynntsville and one and a half hours drive from Lancaster, Danville one-ha- lf mon to this section. TERMS , All sums of Over that amount, four months credit with approved note, with six per cent interest from date of sale. Convenient to churches, school, store and blacksmThe dwelling is a gocd. well built, frame house, with two halls, three porches, two good cellars, and two Large avenue and yard with stately shade good nsterns at thtrdoor ith-shop. two-storten-roo- and llarrodshurg. cash; balance in one, two and three years, with 6 per cent Interest from date on deferred payments, notes to contain the usual maturing clause; interest to be paid annually; seeding possession given this fall; full possession Jan. 1st. 1916. Virgil Scott or Henry Ruble, who are on the premises, will take pleasure in showing the land to any prospective buyer, and we soliclte and invite all who are contemplating buying a farm to see this bargain. TERMS One-thir- d For further informrtlon call on or address said Scott or Ruble, at Buena Vista, Ky., or the undersigned at Harrodsburg, Ky. j bBS JS MA FREE LUNCH FOR ALL. Administrator and Agent. Col. 1. M. DUNN, Auctioneer. jj 4hP"' "s- - rn Page 8 The Central Record, Thursday Aug 9 1915. 1 Small Farms IH at 1915 PUBLIC AUCTION: BRONAUGH Is THE R. H RUBE" I FARM. From Kentucky. Crab Orchard, One-Ha- lf Mile SI IK Friday, Aug 27th, 235 ACRES 'Cut into Small Farms. HANDSOME Beginning Prompt at 9:30, Eain or Shine You will nt this sale, be nble to buy this property nt your own price. You can, ot this sale, get just the size farm you want. You will buy this property cheaper nt this sale than you could ever before, for it goes under the Hnin- mer for the High Dollar Bid. ON THE 1 I FARM. K description '50 ocrts of fine river bottom lands, balance uplnttd in high state of cultivation, producing large crops of corn. wheat, clover and tobacco. The improvements consist of good 7 room brick residence, 5 room tenant house, two &00d barns n neccssnry out buildings. Well watered. facts. I w,u losc moncy ,f you don,t attend this sale. You d Easy Terms: Lash. Balance one and two Years, Special Music by Brass Band. One-Thir- K Hi HI finlrl XAafnVl VV dLUl ThV CC. X1 8 II Remember this Property will Positively be Sold for the High Osborne Land Company MT. HEBRON CROP REPORT OF RY, Issued August 10th 1915. Bristol, Tenn. day. Mrs. V A. Hamilton was a visitor of Lancaster relitives the first of the week. Mrs. T M. Scott and children spent several Jays of this week in Harrodi burg. Miss Marie Ruble was u recent guest of her grandmother, Mrs. Rosa Ison of Jessamine. Mr. Robert Ruble and wife of Dan ville were with Ids mother Saturday and Sunday. Miss Lela Harnett of Uurgin was a guest of her brother Mr. Herman Bar nett last week. Mrs. E. J. Poore. Mrs. Ed. Ballard and children of Stanford are visiting here this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jas Green of Chattt norga are expected this wetk for a visit with relatives. Mrs. Robert Duncan and children of Faulkner are with her parents Mr. L. W. Frost and wife. Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Scott of Harrods burg were week-enguests of Mr. J, E. Scott and family. Mr. A. D. Scott and wife attended Lawrenceburg Fair and were guests of Mr. C. M. Scott and family. Mrs. Sarah Hamilton and Mrs. J. W Hamilton of Lancaster visited Mr. Joe Hamilton and family part of last week. nephew Miss Georgia Cooke and Master Chas Coleman Cecil of Lexington visited her sisterMrs. Chas Dietrich last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Brandenberg of Booneville have returned home after a several days visit with Prof, and Mrs I. D. Hacker. d Dollar Regardless of Price. Hill Realty Auction Co, South Boston, Va. iiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiititijiinu OF Master Orbin Speaks li Tobacco cutting Ts In progress here now. Little Miss Lucr Grow is sulTering with an abscess on tier knee. I'.cv. Riser and Mr. John Sanders were with Mr. and Mrs. II. H Mont gomcry Saturday. 111. Mrs. Speaks and daughter Miss Mi nerva of near Lancaster are with her son and family Mr. L. E. Speaks. Misses Jennie and Hesile Rogers of Danville have been spending u week with their sister Mr. V. L. Grow here. Uuilding material and Bale Ties nt owest prices. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau St. Real estate continues to change hands in this locality. Mr. J. B, Dean bought of Mr. Hamlet Jennings his farm of 43 acres located near Dourne price $4250, possession given Feb 1910. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Sherrow and Mr. Mattie Montgemery and grandson attended the South District Association, which met at Pleasant Hill church near Gravel Switch, Tuesday and Wednesday, COY Miss Marie Ray spent last week with her cousin, Mrs. Elijah McMillian. Flour and Salt. Highest grade only. See Hudson, Hughes & Farnau Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Sanders of Crab Orchard attended preaching at Scotts Fork Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Cleo Ray and charming little daughter visited Mr. and Mrs. McMillian Sunday. Miss Peacme Mae Sanders and brother entertained quite a number of friends at dinner Sunday. Miss Bessie Ray Sanders of Cottor-burwas the charming guett of Mrs. Porter Wearen tho past week. Rev. Biser of Ljxington closed a very interesting two weeks meeting at Scotts Fork Sunday night with 7 additions. Mr. and Mrs. Coy S. Sanders of Lancaster spent Saturday night and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Elija McMillian. Messrs Tom Marsee of Paint Lick and Everet It. Dean of Jessamine were very welcome visitors in Coy last Week. Miss Lula Crutchfleld has returned to her home in Nichol&sville after a pleasant stay with her friend Miss Peachie Mae Sanders. Mrs. John Dean, Misses Allie Wilson and Hester Dean a'nd Mrs. Edgar Scott and son were visitors of Mrs. Mary Sanders the latter part of last week. "Si BRYANTSVILLE Mrs. C. C. Uecker Is on the sick list. Mrs. I). C. Rose was hostess at din ner Sunday to a number of relatives. Mrs. U. C. Rose entertained a few The report of crop conditions for August 1st shows h continuation of favorable weather for the development of the ctops with the exception ct scat tered points throughout the state The filial estimate of the wheat yield in the state for 1915 is 10.7 bushels per acre. This is short of last year's yield by approximately two bushels. The continued rains of the last month damaged the quality of the wheat a great deal, and the average estimated dam age throughout the state is 8 cents per bushel. The average pru on Ihetarm is approximately 95 cents per bushel. This is ubout 25 cents per bushel higher than the farmers obtained who sold their wheat from the threshers in 1914. The acreage of Hurley tobacco is given at 78 per cent and that of Dark tobacco at 80 per cent. Hurley shows a condition of 75 per cent and Dark tobacco a condition of 77 per cent. The corn crop snows a condition of 80 per cent. Much of the corn got too high for cultivation before the rains ceased, and corn fields are full of crab grass and weeds. The continued seas onable weather will result in a reason ably large crop of corn, but a drought would be serious as the weeds and grass would soon exhaust the moisture and the corn would be unable tomatura property. The final yield of rye is estimated at 9 bushels, that of oats at 22 bushels. The condition of hemp is 97 per cent. The potato crop is unusually large and the yield and quality of the potatoes ex cellent; the prices are very low. Gar den conditions continue good at 95 per cent. The condition of cow peas is put at 86 per cent and sow beans at 87 per cent. All pasture grasses are in splen did cordition. Bluegrass stands at 90 per cent, clover 91 per cent, alfalfa 92 per cent and orchard grass 92 per cent. I ruits have suffered more or less as a result of the ruins, storms etc. The condition of apples is given at 82 per cent, peaches 71 per cent, and pears 89 per cent. The condition of poultry sums up us follows: Chickens 90 per cent, turkeys 89 per cent and ducks 87 per cent. The condition of livestock is rs fol lows: Horses 91 per cent, cattle 95 per cent, hogs 92 per cent and sheep 91 per sent. Kentucky is finally free from all quarantine regulations us far as fcot and mouth disease is concerned. A few cases of hog cholera uud bluck leg are reported. Taken us a whole the crops during the month of July nave held their own. With favorable weather, corn and tobacco, the two largest money crops ot the state, will be equal to, if not above the average, for the slate. J. W. NEWMAN. Commissioner of Agriculture. Frankfort, Ky. IHE COUNTY FAIR By Peter I Is Tuberculosis Curable? farmer's column! tit. 44444444 04 (444 Hftet teiuw ibla in ttclu-i- t u otour farmtr .tibflerlltra. awl It for the nit ol ttotk r'"iiMl m.Ii laiBia m llir laruet eanitol affcnl it a.ltrr 'atw 444 444444444444444444 1 Radford. Looking Forward. It may get bo sorao time that a wom an who has to dust the family Dibit will be considered a household drudga Galveston News. Deck That Floats. A recent English Invention Is a ship with an upper deck which can be released from the hull and will float when the vessel sinks. Dally Thought. Nature has perfections In order to show that she Is the Image of God; and defects. In order to show that she is only his Image. Pascal. and perfection of nature and to sweeten your life with Its fragrance, elevate your Ideals with Its beauty and expand your Imagination with Its power. These products as food are lit for the gods, and as an article of commerce they ought to bring prices on any market In the world. The products of the soli are teachers and preachers as welL Their beauty gives human life lta first entertainment, their perfection stirs the genius in artists; their purity furnishes models for growth of character and tbelr marvelous achievement excite our curiosity and we Inquire Into the wonderful process of nature. Before leaving the parlor of agricul ture where nature Is Binding In her most graceful attire and science Is climbing the giddy heights of perfec tion, let us pause and take a retro spective view. How many of you know that after these wonderful products are raised, they can seldom be marketed at a profit! Take the blushing Elberta, for example they were fed to the hogs by the carload last year. Tho onion the nation's favorite vegetable every year rota by tho acre In the Southwest for want ot a market and as a result hundreds of farmers have lost tbelr homes. Cottonnature's capitalist often goes begging on tho market at less than cost ot production. It Is great to wander through the exhibits while the band Is playing Dixie" and boast of the marvelous fertility of the soil and pride ourselves on our ability to master science, but It Is also well to remember that there Is a market side to agriculture that does not reflect Its hardships In the exhibits at a county fair. tip-to- p When you enter'tbe agricultural department of the county fair, you feel your soul uplifted and your life takes on a new powor that is the Inspiration of the soil. Tou are overpowered by the grandeur and magnificence ot the scene that Is the spirit of the harvest You can bear the voice of nature calling you back to the soil-t- hat Is opportunity knocking at your door. It Is a good chance to spend a quiet hour In contact with the purity FOURTH-CLAS- S POST EXAMINATION, 11th. 1915. MASTER UNIVERSAL PEACE Saturday, September BUENA VISTA friends at dinner last Thursday. Mrs. C. F, Ison is on the sick list. Mr. John Brunishagen and daughter Mr. Willi jm Ison of Wilmore is visit of Chicago are visiting Mrs Henninger ing his Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Haselden were Mr. and Mrs. Will Jvnnings of Languests of relatives In Lancaster Sunday. guests of relatives. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau for caster are See Mrs. J. K. Daugherty of Lexington Timothy and Alfalfa and clover seed. is visiting relatives. Little Miss Bessie TIacker has returnMr. and Mrs. Jesse Mershon have returned to their home at Corbln after ed from a pleasant visit In Owsley Co. a visit to Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Kennedy. Mrs. V. F. Ruble visited her parents Mr. W. M. Stallings left Monday to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Dismuke of Burgin Mr. Charlie Ison and Miss Nettie Ison return to her home in Oklahoma after a visit to her father Mr. J. B Leaved. spent the week end in Jessamine. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Burton, Mrs, Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Ruble were in Eliza II. Ballard, Miss Mayme Lee Cincinnati the first of the week, Ballard and Mr. Bryan Ballard attendAmos Skinner of Shakertown Is with ed the Stanford fair Thursday, friends for a few days. Messrs. C. M. Dean and Bryan BalMiss Ural Blakeman was a recent lard went to Toledo Ohio, lastThursday visitor in Nicholasville. to drive home a touring Mr. J. E. Scott and daughter Miss car which Mr Dean had purchased. The Bernyce attended Stanford. return trip was made without the'slight-es- t Mr. Wm. Lane of Camp Nelson spei.1 trouble. Saturday with Mr. G. H. Lane. News was received here Saturday of Miss Nannie Lethe's of Danville Is the serious Illness of Miss Elizabeth Armstrong at her. home n Louisville. visiting her sister Mrs. W, H. Duncan. Mrs. Josiah McCullen of Buckeye ti She is the second daughter of the late Dr. T. C. Armstrong of this place and visiting her mother Mrs. Elizabeth Ison her numerous friends here were much Mr. M. J, Essenbock of Lexington grieved to hear of her illness. was a guest of Miss Mattie Clark Sun grand-parentd The United States Civil Service Com mission announces that on the date named above an examination will be held at Richmond, Ky, as a result of which it is expected to make certification to fill a contemplated vuruncy in the position of fourth-clas(wstmaster at Paint Lick, Ky., and other vacancies as they may occur at that olfice, unlets It shall be decide I In the interest of the service to fill the vacancy by reinstatement. The compensation of the postmaster at this otlice was $G"5 for the last fiscal year. Age limit, 21 years and over on the date of the examination, with the exception that in a State where women are declared by statute to be of full age tor all purposes at 18 years, women 18 years of age on the date of the examination will be admitted. Applicants must reside within the ter ritory supplied by the post office for which the examination is announced. The examination Is open to all citizens of the United States who can comply with the requirements. Application forms and full Information concerning the requirements of the examination can be secured from the postmaster at Paint Lick, or from the United States Civil Service Commission, Washington, D, C. Applications should be property executed and filed with the Commission at Washington at least seven days before the date of the examination, otherwise it may be Impracticable to examine the applicants. United States Civil Service s This nation Is now In the midst ot a controversy as to how best to promote universal peace. That question we w lit leave for diplomats to discuss, but peace within nations Is no less important than peace between nations and It Is heavily laden with prosperity for every citizen within our commonwealth. Many leading politicians and ofttlmes political platforms have declared war upon business and no cabinet crisis ever resulted. Many men have stood In high places and hurled "gas bombs" at Industry; thrust bayonets Into business enterprises and bombarded agParty riculture with Indifference. leaders have many times broken diplomatic relations with Industry; Bent political aviators spying through the affairs of business, and political submarines have sent torpedoes crushing DurInto the destiny of commerce. we ing the past quarter ot have fought many a duel with progress, permitted many politicians to carry on a guerrilla warfare against civilization and point suplstol at the of F,v A'rtWee Prepared by The ..INTrfT'J,lr'lt!l Urt heart of honest enterprise. National Association for the Study and Prevention ot Tuhrcul0.l.. Mhi No man should be permitted to cry Vorfc- - Clty.J out for universal peace until bis rec:0.ord has been searched for explosives, for no vessel armed or laden with munitions of war should be given a clearance to aatl for the port of Universal Peace. Let us by all means have peace, but peace, Ilka charity, should begin at home. nllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll once iu n while people will nsk "Do you really think can lie cumlf"; and then, when the lire told EVERY thousands of cases all over tho world hear witness to the fact of the curability of this disease, they wonder why their several friends uud relatives, who died with tuberculosis, wero not cured. Tuberculosis la curable, but not overyono is cured, and not everyone can be cured. The chief reason why more consumptives are not cured is because they hnve waited too long before they heeded the warning danger signals of the disease, or because some doctor to whom they went did not recognize this deadly plague. In its early stages, consumption can be cured, and the patient can generally resume his normal life within a period ranging from six months to two years, depending on circumstances. As high a percentage of actual recoveries from tuberculosis may be found in really early cases who follow the right course of treatment as in almost any other infectious disease. What, then, Is the right course of treatment? This nrtiele cannot prescribe for individual cases, but it can and will tell what are me essentials in taking the euro for tuberculosis. First of alL there is a good doctor on whom you con rely and whose advice and inrpiration is most valuable to you. He will not pvo you much medicine, because there isn't any drug or "cure" that he can prescribe thnt will do more than to relieve some immediate symptoms, such as constipation, cough, headache, etc. If your doctor begins to talk of a "marvelous remedy" which will euro you, it is time, you looked for another physician. That man is more than likely a quack and is simply nfter your money. There is no sure or quick "cure" or remedy for tuberculosis that you can buy at a drugstore or that a doctor can give you. The second essential in the cure of tuberculosis is fresh sir. To the healty person the best tonic is fresh air at work, at play, and during sleep. To the consumptive, however, air is medicine. He must take it in as large doses-aho can, the more the better. It may not be easy for one who has been accustomed to indoor work to sleep and live outdoors, but since fresh air is vital, he must accustom himself to being outsido all he can. At sanatoria for the treatment of tuberculosis, patients are out of doors on porches or elsewhero almost all the time. If one is at home, he can with a little ingenuity nrrange devices for outdoor sleeping and sitting. The National 'i ubercnlosis Association, 105 East 22nd Street, New York, will free of chargo to anyone a booklet entitled: "Directions for Living and bleeping in tho Open Air. The next essential in the cure of tuberculosis is rest. Like fresh nir, rest must be taken as n medicine by the consumptime. Tho reason for rest is evident, when you stop to think the way the germs of tuberculosis work. As they destroy the tissues of the lungs parts or body, they a a cavity. ir otherIiko a cut the your finger, makenot wound or is being" This will on wound, heal if it opened all the time. To keep the lungs ni quiet ns possible, rest in bed, or in a reclining chair is absolutely necessary. Tho dose of rest you take will depend on your doctor's advice. He will tell you when you ran get out of bed and when you can exercise and how much. Hut first and foremost you must learn to rest, in order to give the lungs a chance to heal. Besides a good doctor, fresh air and rest, the cure for tuberculosis requires good, wholesome food. In normal health, food of the right kind is very necessary, but in tuberculosis it is doubly important. Food is the fuel which hents the body nnd gives it its energy or you might almost say "steum." In tuberculosis ono must puy special attention to food, because he has to provide fuel not only for the ordinary functions of the body, but he must provide un additional supply to meet the waste and damage done by tho germs of tho disease. This doesn't mean that you must lie continu-rill- y stuffing yourself, for if you do that you will upset your stomach, bowels, and liver, and you will counteract all the good tho food might do. Neither does it mean that you must cnt just one or two kinds of food, such ns milk and eggs, which some people think aro n cure for tuberculosis. They are excellent foods for people who tan eat and digest them readily, and every consumptive should try to ncquiro an appetite for them. Hut meat and potatoes and bread nnd butter nnd good vegetables and almost any other nourishing, wholesome food in plenty of variety arc needed also. Don't rely ou t nnd sweets, but stoko your body furnnco with food-fue- l Hint will keep it running in the best possible order. Yonr doctor is the best one to advise on foods. And, finally, a last essential in the cure of tuberculosis may be fcummed up in these words: "Don't worry." Keep a hopeful state of mind. If you give up and say "It's no use," you will never get well, no matter how patiently you follow tho other essentinls of n cure. Getting well depends for tho most part on you. Backbone, hopefulness and courage will do more for 709 than all the doctors In the world. Just a worfl as to where to take tho euro. If you can go to a sanatorium, do so. There are not enough sanatoria for everyone, however. So yon may have to stay at home and flsht alone. member, tuberculosis can he cured If you take It In time and do yonr part. s Umru No tmitoe mil im amplrt i.r iHffl. a rut will b Mir to. mn Litra el Inr !t aroan. frrvulehaitr I'otat(H onions for sale, Iloth sizes. C. It, Henry, Klrksville. Kv. Mr. Sweeney Murgan has 15 good mules to loan to res ponslbld parties. d mule with Lost: grspevine around neck. J. I. Hamilton Three-year-ol- Strayrd from Camp Dick Itobinion a red bull, weight about 12(H) ounds. It. C. Itose. L0ST;lted steer, weight about TOO lbs. I'aint on hip. J. C. Morgan, I'oint Leavell Ky. Mr. V. H. Ilrown has a good Southdown buck he will sell worth the money. II. W. Givens. Hubbls. Ky., has about HK) buthels of Winter seed oats for sale. Stock Wanted to graze on number one grass. J. W. Miller, manager for It. K. Hughes. J. M. Cress has 12 nice Southdown bucks for sale. Phone him at Preachers ville. J. 1. young white face calves h sell. Hamilton, of this city has 40 wants to KOIt SA1.K:-Thrv- e weanling calves. good ones, and 100 bushels of good seed wheat. Jerry Higgins, I'aint I.tcfc. Ky. One ptitigreed yearling and one grade Jersey bull for sale cheap. Also IS young owes, and 100 bushels of seed rye. E. McWhorter.Palnt IJck. Ky Captain T. A Klkin wants to take in some cattle to greze cn his farm, l'lenty of grass und abundance of water. Kor ItKNTt-K- or var 1916. about 85 acres timothy, 45 acres bluegrass, 5 room house, good garden, all under good fence. Krl J. Conn, Itoute No. a 1 FOItSAI,E:-Abou- t 123 builwls of a No 1, Serd Wheat of the Itcd Fulti Variety. Storie Bros, Ilourne, Ky, Strayed from my place about a week ago, a black muley bull, weight about im lbs. W. J. Holtzclaw, Gilberts Creek, Ky. For Sale. Hull calf und yearling Jersey Hull, best Ilreeding. J. II. Otter, Lancaster. Ky., It. It. No. 2 MONEY TO at LOAN Five Per Cent on Farm Lands. For. particulars see W. F. CHAMP. Citizens National Hunk. Lancaster, Ky S. STRAWBERRY urtn PLANTS Fruit and Shade Trees Our first ofTerini! of the remarkable - Mammouth Pearl Potato Everything for Orchard, Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts I Watch Your Children Often children do no) let parents know they aw constipated. They fear something distasteful. They will like Ilexali mild laxative that tastes) Orderlies likosugv. Bold only by us, 10 cant. R. E. 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