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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 18, 1915 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1915 cen1915111801_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 18, 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 RELiaiOb, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD OOVERNMEM. y IWUNIT SIXTH TEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER 18. I 91 5. Hand Us That $. LARGE BEET NOTICE TO COR- NUMBkR 33. r See uur juine -- AT IS Commercial Club Meets Tonight. Look out, Molly Cottontail! Butcher Knives, We ask our correspondents to have their letters for next weeks Issue in by lie careful about hunting on posted four pound. Monday. Following our usual custom land! TO BUY MULES. we will get out the Record on Wednes Fruit Cnkea made and told by Mrs. day instead of Thursday. This will Mr. Price, of Given. Tcrrill. It will beIt.InH. Lancaster Townsville. S.C., give our office force a day of rest and next Saturday, The only thing aome women lay up Nov., 20th to buy mules, from I4J to 1G plenty of time to digest theii turkey. hands high. Have your mules here on for a rainy day la silk hosiery. Mrs. Sam Hall brought to this office the largest beet we have secnthlsyear. It is a perfect specimen and weighs RESPONDENTS. 13 xacauquarters ior HOG - j I IB) ' KILLING - SUPPLIES. Sausage Mills. Lard Presses. a tat Our flour la guaranteed to please. Hudson, Hughes & r'arnau, Leave your orders at Curry'a home bake lllack Cake. Phone 20. that day. TURKEY SUPPER QUAIL SEASON The "Circle Girls" will give a turkey supper over the Rex Theater and something over fifty plates have Bee ua for cotton aeed meal. Hudson. Hughes and Farnau. alreadv been spoken for. The price is onty fifty cents. Go down and get your The few auail we hare left in this money's worth and help a good cause. ahsuld be left for future aection for . OPENED MONDAY. The season for hunting quail opened Monday. The birds are said to be Our sport goods will be interesting to you. tt will coat vou S75. to kill a pheasant. so look carefully before you let your gun go off. A cirl'a idea of a coward Is a man who attaches Importance to the theory that there are germs in a kiss. Make your horses sleek, fat and atrong, (Jive them Kaplers Alfalfa feed. Hudson, Hughes & Karnau. H' Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. m i fP r mo o I Dis am some buggy j PTOV Wff Vfwfff VwWff WIWfit Let Mrs. Givons Terrill make your Beaten IJtscult. Salads, Ties, Cakes, etc.. for your Sunday dinners. Phone tr. 169. vou left any fields in condition Have to wash badly duringthe wintermonths? Hemember that "an ounce or prevention is worth ft pound of cure." Tobacco came in case just in time to get the voters mind oil the election. Wo have much to be thankful for if we would only count our blessings. Some of the good women have been taking thu announcement of President Wilson's engagement pretty hard. Soma of them have gone so for as to declare that they never intend to waste any more tears over the sorrow of any widower. The farms on Stanford pike have g been closed to hunters. citiicns should report violators of the game laws. The birds placed in this and other territories must be protected for several years if we expect to profit by their being placed here. When a man complains about the high cost of living, go at him as follows: S'Your dad used to drive a yoke of steers and linkpin wagon; you drive a pair of roadsters hitched to a top buggy; your son drives a six cylinder, automobile." That explains it, The farmers of Central Kentucky are said to be holding back their Irish potatoes in anticipation of a rising market, and as a result report thatonly a limited supply of the crop is coming in. Dealers here are paying fifty centa per bushel for the tuberJ and claim they are scarce at that. Will have on display In Lancaster, next MONDAY, NOVEMBER, 22nd. R. M. ARNOLD, DANVILLE, KY. I" WINDOW ii and GLASS I I n V. Paris, after nearly a century of ex hibiting and financing a county fair. quita the game on account of its not paying. County r airs were once the pride of each county, parading before enthusiastic multitudes everything from a pumpkin pie to a race horse, but they are last fading into pleasant memories. The death of Hooker T. Washington is a national misfortune, for his life was a national benefaction. He stood head and shoulders above any man of his race, and his towering figure for more than a generation was as a pillar of fire to light his people out of the darkness of ignorance, indolence and tobacco good is hoped in PUTTY. I 1 1 error. Courier Journal. Roof and House Paint. I The recent showers put the In and Out Floor Paint. 1 stripping order a It deal ofthere was put be weather for stripping Stormes Drug Store ! If" weed will and down, good so that the sales may begin in goou shape by December 1st. This will enable n good many farmers to meet their Christmas expenses and have some thing left for their January bills. IEeporta are to the effect that rabbits and quail are in average numbers. Hut 1 H zl i i rot mt a a ? i nanksgiving Day I jj? w don't oerlook the fact that there's a dilference between the "partridge" as we know Dob White down here, and the English pheasants recently placed in this section. Don't let the gun go ofT on a Hungarian pheasant as Uncle Dave Koss has thu jail full now. would be well for hunters or sports men, in addition to informing themselves as to the requirements of the State Game Laws, to get in touch with It jj - 'jg g W 5fi ' V 5 m & r t You will be looking for something just n little bit different Dont forget that this is n little bit different grocery store a special occasion and a day in an out grocery shop. Also, dont forget, that you can't have an eat- oule demand, but we are ready to meet it. Pre- pared in a way not quite the ordinary. We are ready for Thanksgiving like this the Federal restrictions regarding migratory bitds. The Department of Agriculture has issued a warning that Federal regulations as amended October C 1, 1911, will be enforced this year in j& regard to all migratory birds. W Cjj Raisins, X w 5 Figs, Currents, Nuts, Citron, Dates, Chsrrles, and Spices or all kinds for Black Cake. Celery, Oysters and Cranberries. vj & f & A critic of the Wilson marriage has been ousted from postal service in Illinois and is unable to get back his job. He said ho had expressed himself by saying he thought the President should bavi waited a year, but says he meant no disrespect. Now our post- I i tasti.. Theo Curre. master Is a great believer In marriage and has given his hearty approval of the Presidents step to brighten his lonely life. WANTED I 5000 DOZEN EGGS Fresh eggs 20c, extra candled 27c. H, B, Northcott. scarce this year. Hunters must have license before going hunting. The license, hnwov.r Anttm nnf (ritfo n man the right to hunt on another's land without first getting the land owner's Permission. Ami them nr manv land LOST POCKET "BOOK. owners who will allow no one under A pocket book containing about $50, any circumstances to hunt on their in cash and a note for $15. was lost larms, last Monday between Hedgeville and Bettis' store on Danville pike. A liberal reward for its recovery. Inform GARRARD COMMENDED this office or BobCsrrior.Stanford pike. ON ROAD WORK. MISS PRATHER RESIGNS. The writer accepted tho kind invita Miss Kunice Prather, who has been tion of Mr. C. C. Thomas, the genial with the Joseph Mercantile Co., for Secretary of the Board of Commerce to several years, resigned her position accompany him to Lexington Sunday. there Inst Saturday and has accepted a The trip was made by the way of Stan like position with Mr. J. E. Dickerson. ford, Lancaster, Camp Nelson and Mist Kunice is one of, the most popular Nicholasville, and every where along clerks in the city. the way was seen the great forward Garmovement in road construction. rard county especially is all hustle in WAR PICTURES. her road work, and a finer piece of The war pictures at Roman's Opera roadway can hardly be found than on House Friday nlRht were of more than the Hoone Highway in that county. ordinary interest. The German side of Somerset News. the war was shown to a crowded house. Mr. Romans is to be commended for bringing on such instructive pictures. HUNTING FORBIDDEN These pictures have been pronounced the best war pictures yet shown in this ON STANFORD ROAD. country. Mr. Romans will show ex traordinary pictures Friday a.nd Sat Hunting is strictly forbidden on the urday nights. Sec them. Stanford pike. The pheasants that were placed on the farm of John Farra have paired off and have been seen at SOLD OUT. difTerent times on other farms and in Mr. Harry Anderson, who has con order to protect them those owning ducted a splendid furniture business in farms along this road have had them our town has sold out to Mr. J. F. posted. These farmers would hate to lloltzclaw and son, who will hereafter prosecute anyone seen hunting on their turn!- conduct a first class land but they have entered into an tnre store at this stand. In a few agreement to do so. Every real sportsweeks the two stores of Messrs lloltz- man will recognize the wisdom of pro claw will be combined and they solicit tecting these birds and not allowing your patronage and promise to give the them to become frightened. Study best goods at lowest prices. the law before getting out your gunl The transfer of Mr. Anderson's stock was made last Tuesday. HENRY WELCH DIES RIGHT, AS USUAL. AT" LEXINGTON. "Any man can go through life and not have enemies. All he has to do is Henry Welch, aged C6, died in Lex to say nothing, be nothing and do noth- ington at an early hour Wednesday and ing," says Luke McLuke, the sage of the remains were brought to Crab OrThe Cinciunati Enquirer. chard and interred in the cemetery at And, as usual, Luke is right. A deaf noon Thursday. Mr. Welch was a and dumb man ought to get along with- brother of Mrs. J. B. Owsley, of this out making any enemies, but he would city, and had been in bad health for a have to be careful about how he acted, long time. Until last summer he had at that, or somebody would turn against lived in the West, but he came to Stan him. The man without an enemy is ford then and remained quite a while ready for the embalming flnid and the with his sister. Later he grew worse black trimmings. and was taken to t Lexington infirmary, where he died after a protracted illness. FIXED BY LAW. Mr. Welch was born and reared in the The State law fixes both the time for Crab Orchard section and has many the official canvass of the Stato vote friends there and elsewhere who regret He was never as well as the inauguration and induc- that he is no more. tion into office of the new Governor. married. - Interior Journal. Twenty days after the election is the time designated for thu meeting of the CONGRATU MORROW State Election Hoard, which will issue the certificate of election. This will LATES STANLEY be November 22. The Inw stipulates that the new Governor must take the The Courier Journal of yesterday oath and assume his ollice on the fifth says: "A cordial handshake, accompani Tuesday after election, and this will ed by an exchange of compliments as fail on December 7. All the rest of the to the good race each of them made, State, district and county officers will featured the first meeting, since the bo sworn in on the first Monday in election, of A. O. Stanley and Edwin January. P. Morrow, the latter ot whom was de feated by a narrow margin. The two men met in the lobbyof the Seelbach COL. WALTON. Mr. Stanley was in the 'company of Col. W. P. Walton, candidate for tho Mrs. Stanley, when Mr. Morrow walk nomination for Secretary Democratic ed up and shook hands with his oppou Lex- of State, owner and editor of the ent. ingtonian, and one of the best known " 'Vou made a great race,' he said. journalist in Kentucky, continues dan " 'And so did you,' was Mr. Stanley's geroust) ill at his home Acuto stomach reply. trouble is his ailment and his physician "While at the Seelbach, M. II has ordered him to remain quiet in his Thatcher, appointed Governor of the home for a month in the hope that a Canal Zone by President Ta't. concareful diet will improve his condition. gratulated Mr. Stanley as the next His brother, Ed. C. Walton, of the governor." Stanford Interior Journal, was here yesterday to see tho patient and said RUMOR that while Col. Walton is a very sick WILD man, his family and friends have hopes that the regimen prescribed tor him ABOUT DANVILLE. will restore him to his normal A wild rumor comes from Danville Leader. that plans are actually made for a hotel in that tavernless town and are now CLEAN UP. being scrutinized by fire Insurance Now that most of the leaves have authorities. This is sensational if true fallen from the shade tiees, and tho but we see no reason for the residents yards, streets and alleys are "litte- r- of that conservative city togetexcited. alley" covered with leaves it behooves If it takes four years to decide on a us all to lookout for fires. A lighted location and plans for a much needed match, carlessly dropped Into a bank of improvement, It should take many more leaves may make an expensive con- to erect the building they call for, if flagration, while it little cleaning up pushed along with the same relative may save us from such a calamity. An speed. It can go up slowly snd imper hour spent by some member of each ceptibly and thus growing by degrees family would give this old town and en- the good citizens need not have their tirely difTerent look, and relieve a very dignified sense of quiet and respect tor dangerous condition. It Is very much the old order of things jarred by any easier, to fight a fire of leaves in a gut- sudden violent change in the landscape. ter or on a street than it Is to fight It In the meantime If the stranger suffers In a frame house after it gets a good within her gates for a place whereon start. The best possible disposition of to lay his head, Wilmore can lend her Isaves Is to put them on the garden for hotel aa Wilmore apparently has more fertilizer, but at any rate get rid of the of them than she can conveniently use leaves. Lett all clean upl herself. Wilmore Enterprise. vigor-Lexin- gton BUTCHER KNIVES Sausage Stuffers, SAUSAGE MILLS, Lard Presses. Lard Cans. Haselden Lancaster, - Bros., Kentuckv Wholesale and Retail Hardware. 31 IE G. M. LYON'S STORE BUSY CASH Where you can find a charming display of COATS, SUITS AND PIECE GOODS The Busy Cash Store can save you money. Give us a call. G. H M LANCASTER. - LYONS. KENTUCKY. iczi old ii 1 1 i 3 Hirar mm f I Have attained a famous reputation by their Light Running, being Substantially Built, Safely Guaranteed and long years of service. W J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Nov 181915. GAME AND FISH COMMISSION IS SAMUEL II. IIAIXEY, I'rest. and fien'l Mgr. SAM WKIXS, Floor Mgr. HKNIIY I,. MAUTIN, Vice President. (1KOU0K CI.KVKI.AND, Welgh-Maile- xN I Children Cry for Fletcher's Over Jr. KAUNKST HAWKINS. AFTER VIOLATORS Fivo OF STATE LAWS h Secretary. IIIN1II IIAItKKII, RAItl.Y 1IASS, Auctioneer. LATHAM, CHAItLKV Ast Secretary. Ililhrg Clerk. Convicted For Violations-EnglisPhoasants Liboratod By Commission Aro Protoctod For Number of Years Hundrod Men ItUSSEMi WILSON, Shipping Clerk. Tlio Kind You been in mo lor over HO years, linn bornotlio nlKimturo ot nnd 1ms been mmlo under Ills per-- f soiinl supervision ulnco Its Infancy. WLa&y, Allow no one to ilecolvo you In this.. d " nro but All Counterfeits Imitations nnd i:x)crlnicnts tlmt trillo with and eiiilmiKcr tlio health ot Infants and Children Uxjcrlcnco against KiperliucnU llnro Alvrnys Bonght, nnd Mlilcli linn Fayette Tobacco Warehouse Company Incorporated. 7iJiiU4! HEADQUARTERS Reliable Service. Beautiful Light, FOR WHITE TOBACCO. Telephono Wfl. R. R. Switch into House. Comfortnhlc Stables. "JitfU-ns-goo- Mill nnd Dolivnr Sts. e, Cnslorli Is a harmless pnbstltuto for Castor Oil, It Is pleasant. It DnxiH and Soothlntr Syrups. contains neither Opium, JWorpliIno nor other 'arcotlo c.slis'anoo. Its rkc Is Its guarantee. It destroys AVonns mil nllaj roverlfhncss. Tor inoro than thirty years It lms been In constant uso for tho relief of Constipation, riatti'.oucy, "Wind Colle, nil Teething Troubles nnd Dlarrho-n- . It regulates tho Stomach and Bowels, assimilates tho l'ool, giving healthy and natural sleep. Tho Children's ranacca Tho Mother's Friend. Pare-porl- What is CASTORIA LKXINGTON, KY. Warehouse in Lexington. It was built by home people for home people, and it offers you every facility for selling tobacco any other warehouse does, and then sonic. The Fayette is the oldest Independent GENUINE CASTORIA pBears the Signature of ALWAYS FIRST WE SOLICIT YOUR PATRONAGE. Decntisc we value our high class line of trmle from Garrard Couniv nnd desire in mid to it. Because every crop we secure, enables us to continue to give you the In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought THK CCNTAUH COMMNV, VOMM CITV. ! D. A. THOMAS. It. L. EbKIN. ft . Tobacco Housed. I Insuring rental Protect your labour your TOBACCO. by and Rates reasonable. See 1 THOMAS & ELK1N, Agents. I I 'es FOR RENT 1 f.;. i ' 1 meadow, wheat and grazing land. The best stock water. Two tobacco barns, one stock barn and good residence. Cash rent. 6. Tobacco, hemp, corn, 38 acre farm for rent for ts i A.H.Bastin&Son Houses and Lots FOR SALE OR RENT. AT LOWELL, GARRARD COUNTY, KY. One nice four room cottage, necessary acre of land. buildings, about One good three room cottage and about acre or land. Two acres of fine tom land, upon which is stock barn. one-fourth out- trainer and two of his champion bird dogs. Th. Is for their protection as well as for (Special.) Frankfort, Ky. and flamo and Fish Commission slnro no tho protection of the landowner supof valuable food tor the lnt report has convicted 531 men Hie ply, conservation violators of game rrg. and that the violation of tho law. They took illations Is beyond the law, n cheater chance of beating the wardens How against whom every man's hand should much better it would have been for be raised, it will not be long unt.l we them lo hayc- taken out their license shall again see the fields nnd forests They would havo had the s'atlsfarllon full ot gamo and Kentucky affording of feeling that they were helping tho some of tho best field sport in the enforcement of law and contributing country. Mr. Hunter, won't you help by Now. to better gamo conditions nnd were setting a good example and spreading not cheaters. the sentiment for obedience to the law The money collected for sale of wherever you go? Condemn the unIs behunters' license has been, and lawful hunter and the pot hunter nnd ing, economically spent for the en- try to show him tho light. If he does laws and the not take kindly to your suggestions, forcement of tho of the fields and streams with report the violation of tho law to the wardens In your county and the oltlce game and flsh. is taking this of the Commission at Frankfort IIdo t The Commission make more means of again warning the hunters, tho gamoforand thereby at tho same yourself nnd pleasure not only to take out their license, but time Increase the value of the license to always carry them when hunting for which you pay. Tho money ynu nay for your license 1s your contribu English Pheasants. towards tho enforcement of tho The 2.500 Kngllsh pheasants liberated tion and tho propagation of gamo. Oct by the Commission are protected for a law personal number of years, and a warning Is behind your money with your bound tj hereby given to every one who kills Influence and conditions are these valuable- and costly birds, that Improve. Lawful to Kill. If caught, he will be prosecuted. Now, Mr. Hunter, if you sec a strange Ounll. rabbits, saulrrels. woodcock. legs off to destroy wild duck, wild goose, ran bo shot bird do not run your It, but Uke every possible means not from November 15 to January to lnjuri It yourself, and do not let Unlawful to Ship. an opportunity escape you to urge others to do llkowlso. Tleso pheasants It la unlawful to ship quail, native were bought with your money, so see or wild turkey within tho that they are protected until they In pheasant, Kentucky at any time, but State of creaso sufficiently to nllow shooting. these birds, when lawfully killed and Conditions in Other States. In possession ot the hunter, may be In other states where conditions are carried by tho hunter, or In tho they now have cars, when Dropcrly marked. not so Ideal as here pheasants In plenty. It Is up to you, When shipping rabbits, squirrels, or Mr. Hunter, to do your part to help wild ducks, within or without me the Commission protect them. Get state, the package should hi- plainly busy. Your wardens will be In the marked, giving tho contents of the field every day during the hunting sea- package, and tho namo and address of son and for a considerable time be- the consignor as well as that of the forehand, to see that each hunter has consignee. his license, and that the "Sooner" Is It is unlawful to ship any game out curbed In his selfish desire Please of the state, or tho hides of help the wardens, remembering that animals, without clearly marking they are working for and not against the package as above directed To you. We want to enlist the active co- ship unmarked is in violation of the operation of every man In Kentucky Interstate laws, and Is puuisliablo in who has a hunting license In protecting the federal courts by a heavy tine anJ your own gaue from tho cheater. We Inuirlsonment. want you to reallie that It Is you who Itemember that It Is unlawful to ship are being cheated by the game hog, either within or without tho state, by pot hunter and the chap who hunts freight, express, parcels post, or atiy the out of season without a license. common carrier, any nuall. natlro Our wardens are doing effectlvo Pheasant, or wild turkey. However, the state Is largo and work. Now. Mr. Hunter, you will sav if np- unless the sportsmen and farmers re- proarhed that you Intend tn get your port tho Infractions ot the hunting license uoforo hunting ll is neces laws, either to tho wardens or to the sary to purchaso your license from State Department, somo violators are the county clerk of tho toiintv In bound to escape. which you reside. Thero will be many hunters In the fields on the opening Hunters Themselves Lose. What What we wish to impress upon tho day. November 15. county would be tho clerk's ollice sportsman who takes out his license condition at your every viola- If ou waited until November 14 to and obeys the law, is that tor is cheating him. Thoso who set get your licensor mere woum uo conabout to depleto tho game supply un- gestlon. You would stand In lino many warrantably, cither for gain or through hours waiting your turn and then pos greed, or 'tho hunt out ot teuton, to sibly go away without it. You had somo extent succeeds In robbing the made your arrangements to go hunting morning and would go llcetwd hunter ot tho benefits for early the next your license Mr. fiame wlil'.h ho spends his money In purchas afield without Warden would happen along and you lig nis license If tho sportsmen can get the Idea would bo distressed and embarrassed. clearly into their minds that tho law Why take a chance? A Kentucky 9 9 9 9 9 SECOND THIRD high-clas- s -- service we offer. "SERVICE" has always licen our motto, not liig dividends. Because n.ir Auctioneer, E.uly H.tss, lias a way of his own (mysterious nnd to nil others) of keeping the Buyers in game, until the top notch has heen reached, and you have realized the actual worth of your toliacco. - FOURTH Because we get results. Rend these figures they are ollicinl. . Kentucky Average on Burley Tobacco last season Lexington market average, the highest in the state $7.32 ."58.26 - 9 9 THE FAYETTE ns has happened'three out of the last four years. led every Warehouse in the entire Burley Belt with an average of 58.8(1. It takes nearly twelve months to grow a crop of toliacco. When market time comes don't you believe it's worth your while to TRY TO GET IS. FAYETTE LEXINGTON, TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY.' KENTUCKY. 1 r'1 "V- - Florida - Cuba - New Orleans IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS- - bag-eae- VII WE R I TOURIST TICKETS LONG RETURN LIMIT. ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. STOP OVERS. ran run. information, apply to ncarcst tickct agent on white H. C. K1NC, Taitengtr ami Ticket Agent, 101 Unit Main Street, Lciingtun, Ky., YV. A. BECKLEFt, General Pante.iger Agent, Cincinnati, Ohio I'reHdent Vice I'riMitlfnt U'TIIEK STIVEItS. t'lIAItl.KS fONNKK. It K. IIEATTV. 9 9 Peoples Tobacco Warehouse Company Anghn Avenue South Broadway Versailles Intertirban Entrance LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. WILL II. HARIcAssistnnt Manager. HOll PAYNE. Bookkeeper a Courteous Service. lit FI t-- f one-eigh- th bot- For price and particulars see S. P. Davis, Lowell, Ky or So 3.2 - .' c Jot? i . TS ,o i . ft A 55 c js ?s ts 2 ? -- "" en o its & I Hi2 S 3 t i 3 u t, 5 Dr. John A. Snowden, Winchester, Ky. i mm rm in Travr. Ha M I5 s icy. S"3 c c 2 it u 1 a J 73 Ui US J v. a w u 1 a t 4 tf V. Jr 4i s C ? It i j: --5- V j 0. vO ed r VI 1 d -- S "tf , bS I't II55 - fi 2 rj 3 OKGANI'.IW 1883. Citizens National Bank OF MNCAST1SK. KY. Every man, woman and child should patronize home institutions and boost (or home prosperity. Capital $50,000. II. F. HUDSON. President. W. Surplus $45,000. J. J, WALKEIt. Job J. Wai.xeh, Jr., Caller. Vice r. I'ret. 0. I'.IGNBY, Aas't Cash'r. SUPPORT HOME ENTERPRISES READ THE HOME PAPER. BUY AT HOME STORES V. F. CHAMP, I th;ri t ih:" Jt. Liuii ?ecial" cquippc j with elec.ric liiiiio I btssl coacJiss, t'n'ouc'i drawini; rooi.i Uini"K r. r slscpiiu; car j t j J iekvtiivi!U a.i 1 to Aulieville, and from Adhoville to Jaclitiiville. The trip via Aslieville it through "The Land ( f the Sky",thc only scenic route to Florida. Very law hom seehcrs" fares and winter torn 'its' farts now in cfltct; wit't stopov.-- s n...l o'.', - sp;c;al fuaturct. Bti-vi- The Southern Railway io the direct line to AshcviUc.AikenURUSta.Char-Isston- , Columbia, Savannah, Summer vills and o her touthcrn resorts. is the very backbone of every successful business. We regard jour co operation as a necessary factor in our success. We hope You speak a good word for us if we give you good service. If you find our service lacking in any respect, you will confer a favor upon us by telling US. It is our business and our pleasure to improve our system wherever we find a weak spot. Monday is Court Day. Come in and pay us that DOLLAR. "'.e he.i O.II.TaH,Diitrl;t('ciicnerAtnt,LoulvUir,Ky. I- Ott f'lll infun"!' 1 ' n ; ' . . C."' ' f om tht bout mm m&twm ; rneeMHZPori'i urn The Central Record, Thursday Nov 18, 1915 Page 3 THE HU Pushin Brothers GREATEST STORE. Danville Kentucky. Sale of over $100,000 worth of the Newest and Best Mer- chandise, at Prices that Mean, a Great Money Saving to the Buying Public. Read, Gome, Save. NOVEMBER Begins to-da- y, REDUCTION 18th, and SALE Two one-thir- Thursday, November Continues For one-fourth Weeks. Our Immense second floor is overflowing with thousands of suits, coats and dresses, waists and millinery for Women d to and Misses at less than their actual worth every garmsnt reflecting all the superb style points. The materials are of the very best pure wool gaberdines, poplins, chiffon, broadcloth, men's wear serges, whip-cords and novelty mixtures. Styles box coats, Norfolk styles, belted models, Russian effects, braid and luxurious fur trimmed, in the season's variety of colors, including navy and delft blues, greens, the popular dark browns, staple blacks and a variety of mixtures. Note these unusual reductions below, be sure and examine and try on these wonderful garments. Our stock Includes sizes from 13 junior on to Misses, then the regular Women's sizes, 36 to 44, and a representative selection of extra sizes for stout and large women. Up to $20. $18. Suits, 12.50 14.50 The Seasons Best high-clas- $25. Suit 17.50 $ 1 5. and $ 1 6. Sui ts, very Special $ 1 0 and 22. Suits In this muge you will liml jinberdine nntl broad-dot- h suits, plain tailored and novelty suits, of the purest wool material in a brond rnnjle of models. s Over 200 of the stylkli'suits of all the popular materials, models and trimmings, are in this range at $17 50. Come and take your pick. Over 100 suits in this range to select from in all the season's newest models, colorings and variety of sizes. Up to cut-pric- $30. Suits, 19.50 pJ.UU Winter Coats Women's and misses winter coats, in the season's most desirable models and materials, including plush coats, seal cord coats, corduroy coats, cloth coats, and plaid and mixture coats, In loose belted and fitted models. Over 50 womens and misses coats that sold up to $11. in sport and longer style models veryspecial Sale Dresses. November sale of women's and misses' street afternoon and evening dresses. This season's most beautiful styles and combinations of serge and silk, serge and plaid combinations. Crepe- meteor, poplins and chnTon tnlTetns.nt under prices Former 53 HO serges and silk dresses will be sold for Crcpe-le-chen- Finest Suits in the House $25. Your unrestricted choice of ilie finest woman's and misses' suits in our house, that sold at $35., 539.50. and C9 CC e in this November Sale $5.00 .$4.95 Women's and Misses' Suits $5.00 Up to $12. coats, during this sale- Former Dresses, for $111.00 Silk and woolen ....$6.75 .$9.75 Our very best former 15.00 dresses in n Inrge variety of combinations of colors and sizes, special. Our finest up to S19.50 dresses in n variety for street, afternoon and evening wear .$13.50 Over 100 of the very finest women's and misses' suits, of all wool serges, mixtures, broadcloths and novelty weaves. Most of these have been carried over from last season and sold up to $30.00. They are splendidly mode in a varietv of colors and mostly all 'sizes, and for the one not caring for the ultra in style they will make a splendid suit that the cloth in the skirt alone is worth more than the price we have them marked at Special during this sale coats. $15. and $16.50 wonderful good looking November sale Best $20. .$7.50 .9.75 coat. coats. $25. and $30. plush and velour texture ,14.50 19.50 1 S'-'.- .$5.00 $40. and 15 richest plush coats, luxuriously fur trimmed during this sale flfi BUY YOUR WINTER AND NOW. CHRISTMAS Newest Waists. Handsome waists to wear with your new tailored Girls Coats. pussy-willo- suit of the newest FURS Selections are the Best. Quality the Highestjand Prices the Lowest. During this Sale we have marked our Entire Stock of Furs at Substantial Reductions. Come In and Examine our Fur Stock. Second Floor. Highest class fur tela of Canadian Filch. Itujsian Mink. Marmot, Red, Fox, Belgian Tiger, Iceland Vox, Natural Fox, Ulack Lynx. French Coney, etc., in the newest Melon anil other style Mulls, with annual Scarlfs at per set talTetas, plain and striped tub silks. Georgette crepe, lace and net combinations, etc. a in a beautiful large variety of styles and colors, at especial low f Irices cf $1.08. $2.95, $3.75, $4.98. These waists formerly sold at from $2.50 to $8.50 Extra special 25 dozen very newest style washable voile waists, in plain tailored and daintly trimmed models, during this sale 9c. These waists are baing sold up to 1.50 Growing girls and childrens coats reduced. Our entire stock of over 300 growing girls and childrens coats under-price- d in this November sale. Coat to fit all sizes and ages of girls, from the tot up to the Of all wool texmiss. tures, astricans, chinchillas, plushes, velours, etc., In black and colors, newest models, belted, velvet and at especially low prices of $1.93 $2.75. $3.98. $5.00, $0.00, $7.50. These coats formerly sold up to $12.50. MILLINERY FOR MUCH LESS THAN COST. Down Goes the Prices on Ladies' and Misses' Hats. November sale of new and correct millinery at tremendous reductions. He sure and get here early for your choicest selections. Separate Skirts Extra 8ecial over 200 women's and misses newest model separate skirts at 4.95 These skirts sold up to $8.50 and are mudejof the pure wool Gaberdine, poplins and serges in the season's approved plain tailored and trimmed models, ltlack. Navy Blue. Green and Field Gray, regular and extra Bizes. Women's, Misses and Children's Raincoats Reduced. Women's and Misses' Trimmed Hats, $1.00 We have selected from our regular line over 50 velvet trimmed hats for women and misses, in medium and small shapes, that sold up to $4.00. during this sale your choice to close out , $5.00, 7.50, 10., 15., $25. Separate MulTs rt $1.95, 2.98, 3.75, $5.00 A large collection of Misses and Children's Fur Sets in the newest shapes nnd skins at 98c, $1.50, 1.98, 2.98, 3.75, 5.00,$7.50 Sale of Ostrich Boas. So popular this season to wear with your tailored suit. We have over Specthese in black, white, black nnd white and colored combinations. ial values ut 1ml of Silk Petticoats. Women's pure silk messaline and talTe ta petticoats, $1.98. Over 100 of this season's newest style silk petticoats, in the choicest colors and blacK. with patent elastic waistband, deep flounce, ruiried with dust rufllers. Values up to $3. Extra special at $1.98 Twenty doran women's black and colored sateen and cotton taffeta petticoats, extra special at 93c. 98c, $1.98, 2.98, 3.50, 5.00 Women's and misses' good, serviceable raincoats, sale price $2.75. Women's and Misses $0.60 heavy Poplin Raincoats, in black, tan, navy blue and gray, reduced to $3.93. 10 Silk Canton Raincoats, in the ieason's best styles, reduced to $0.50. $7.50 Raincoats at $4.75. Girl's Raincoats and Rain Caps Reduced. Our entire stock of Mens, Womens, Misses and Childrens Shoes, reduced for this sale. All Mens, Boys and Childrens Fall and Winter Suits, Overcoats, and Furnishing Goods heavily reduced during this big sale. Substantial reductions on Blankets, Comforts, Auto and Carriage Robes, Floor Coverings: room size and smaller rugs all reduced. $1.00 during this sale One table of silk velvet trimmed and untrimmed hats that sold up to $5.00 Up to $0.50 velvet and plush trimmed hatB, during this sale $1.98 $2.75 $3.98 Os- Upwards of $7.50 velvet and plush trimmed hats, during this sale Over 100 silk, velvet and plush, flowered trimmed and trich plumed pattern hats, that sold up to $10.00 will close out at $5.00 s. Your unrestricted choice of our finest pattern and trimmed hats, sold up to $15.00 and $18.00, during this tremendous November sale $7.50 All Fancy Feathers, Silk and Novelty Flowers. Wings, Fur Ornaments. Novel-tieOstrich Plumes, Ponpons, Etc., Heavily Reduced for this sale. The Hub, Pushin Bros, Props. Danville, Ky. 09SB Despondency Due to Indigestion. It is not at all surprising that persons who have Indigestion become discouragHere are u few ed and despon-Jent- . words of hope and cheer for them by Mrs. Blancho Bowers? Indiana, Pa. "For yars mv digestion was so poor that I could only eat tholigliteNit foods. I tried every thing that I heard of to get relief, but not until nbout a year ago when 1 saw Chamberlain's Tablets advertised anil gut a bottle of them, 1 did I find the right treatment. soon began to improve, and since taking a few bottles of them my digestion is fine." For sale by nil dealers. winter. Mr. K. P. Woods suircred a slight Mr, Henry Welch; a brother of Mrs. Thursday, but is apoletic stroke Mary Owsely, of this city died in thought to be slowly improving. last week and the remains were Lee Perkins, who received a fall Friday night, is reported as being uncon- taken to Crab Orchard Thursday for burial. scious and in a critical condition. Mrs. A. C. Hill, who has lu'en confinMrs, Mary Gaines is reported quite ed .to her bed for several weeks with ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs. typhoid fever Is thought to be slowly Nellie Ballou on Danville avenue. improving. Her mother, Mrs. J. I. STANFORD Mrs. Sallie Rowan Saufley, of Knox-vill- Mcrshon, of Somerset is here at her who has been the guest of her bedside, Mrs. J. Fox Dudderar Is the guest of daughter, Mrs. G. I.. Penny has reMrs. Walter G. Smith, of Louisville, relatives and friends In Indianapolis, I turned honu. was here several days last week packInd. C. II. Moser, who has been quite ill ing her furniture to move to Louisville. Mrs II. W. Hayden, of Paris, is the. for several weeks was able to be moved Mrs. Smith has many friends here, who guest el her mother. Mrs. Pcrmelia to the homo of his parents, in the will regret her leaving this city. country Monday, Brown. Mrs. Katie Bullock, aged 73, died at Mrs. H. Klrby Bourne, of New Mrs. Lucy Miller Bartley left Mon- her home on Somerset pike Wednesday. Castle, Is the guest of her mother, Mrs day for Crawfordsville, Ind., where The deceased was the mother of Messrs Lou Shanks. she will visit relatives and friends for David W. Lynn, Middleton and Logan Mrs. W. It. Rich, or Louisville, has several weeks. Lynn, of this county and Mrs. Daisy been the guest of her friend, Mrs. Su- Mr, Sam J. Embry, Sr., has been Pope and Mr J. Charlie Ware, of Somer Lex-ingte, II. Yeager. seriously ill for several days. His son. Miss Mary Dunn, of D.inville. is tho J. T. Embry has been called home from guest of Mrs, J. W. Baughman and Frankfort to bo nt his bedsfje other relatives here. Mrs. Nannie Wearen, of Lexington, Mrs. Joe Ncvius and Miss I, o Verne is the guest of her son, Mr. Will Nevius, of Lancaster, have been tlx Wearen, After spending several days here she will go to Flyrida to spend the guest of Mrs. Mattie Nevius. san set. Mr and Mrs. I. D. Ncwland. Mr. and Mrs. Will Clark, Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jones, Mr. J. L. Ileazley and Mirs Ruth Darnall, Prof. Dennis Sprogens and Miss Emma Hays were among the crowd that attended the Ham-Ramsrevival at Danville luesday evening. Best Cough Mediciue for Children. "Three years ago when l was living in Pittibnrgh one of my children had a herd cold and coughed dreadfully. Upon the advice of a druggist I purchased a bottle uf Chamberlain's Cough Remedy and it benefited him at once. I find it the beat cough medicine for children because it is pleasant to take. Fontaine Fox Bobbitt, of Crab better known as the "Cicero of They do not object to taking it," the Mountains" and as one of the most writes Mrs. Lafayette Tuck, Homer unique characters part of the Citv. Pa. This remedy contains no state, was dibarrcd from the practii 'opium or other narcotic, and may be in the Lincoln courts by Circuit Judge 'given to a child as confidently as to an Hardin. The charge upon which the 'adult: Sold ty all dealers. proceedings were, was that Mr. Bobbitt declined to release a lien upon JUDSON some property at Crab Orchard, upon which a mortage was held for a note. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Grimes spent Sunday with their daughter at liyattr-vills Miss Mary Leo Lane, o( Lancaster, spent Saturday night und Sunday with her mother, Mrs. Rosa Foster. Rapiers horse and mule feed. A mixture of alfalfa meal, cane molasses, corn und oats. Hudson, Hughes & Farnuu. There will be a pie supper at Sycamore school house Saturday night Nov. 20th. Everybody invited to come and bring u pie. TENNESSEE OFFICIAL WINS LONG FIGHT J, V. Seaton of Linden. Clerk of tho Circuit Court of tho Twelfth Judicial District of Tennessee, was for years a sufferer from stomach troubles In part a result of his confining worfa He tried doctor after doctor. He tried medicines without end. One day he took a dose of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Ho wrote; "Your medicine is the best In the world for any form of stomach trouble. I am glad to say that after taking the full treatment I feel that I am well. "I bad very severe pains In my stomach all the time. One bottle of your medicine did me ten times as much good as all the doctors' medicine that I took for two years. My family physician told me that I would never be any better today I am well. I have gained twenty-five URIC ACID POISON UNDERMINES HEALTH When you feel out of sorts from let m say that it Our Advlco Is: eonatl-patio- V n, do not relieve you, see a physician, because do other homo remedy will. Bold only by us, 10 cents. R. C McRobsrts When uric acid becomes seated in the kidneys, bowels, and blood, these organs begin to decay Rheuma (not a e. "cure-all,- " but a specialist's prescription for all forms of rheumatism only), Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Huffman inent overcomes this condition. It limbers Saturday night and Sunday with her up the stiffened joints, reduces swellinuuier. ings, and quickly cleans the poison from Mr. and Mrs. Tom Tracy spent Sun the diseased organs, day with Mr. and Mrs. George Naylor R. E. McRoberta and all druggists the newly weds. sell Rheuma for CO cents and will reNaylor and Edd Nay- turn your mpney If Mesdames Odus not satisfied. Be lor and children spent Thursday with sure to get Rheuma trademarked Mrs. C. R. Naylor. package. pounds." Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives permanent results for stomach, liver and Intestinal ailments. Eat as much aw whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure of gas In the stomach and around the heart. Oetone bottle of your druggist now and try it on an absolute guarantee It not satisfactory money will be returned. Page. 4 The Central Record incorporated. Issued Weekly. $1.00 a The Central Kecord, Thursday Nov 13, 1915. year. J. R. E. ROBINSON. Editor. L KLK1N, Lncnl Editor nnil Mr, Entered al tha I'oit Oftlee In Lancaster, Kj a Srconclclasa Mall Msttcr Member J. E. Dickerson's LATEST CREATIONS ON Kentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Kj., November 18, 1915 EXHIBIT. ill Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Cltv Ofllios ...S Co10.00 oler County Offices tor State and District Offices.... 16.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per .10 line .05 Obituaries, per line Don't Fail to See Our Wonderful Offerings in We are authorized to.announce Miss Jennie Higgins a candidate for County of Garrard School Superintendent County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary August 1917. The Stanford turnpike to the Lincoln county line, just completed is a model and is pronounced by competent judges as one of the best roads in the state. A good coat of oil in the spring would make it a perfect road. The remodel Ing of this highway was to some extent if1? uan experiment by the county judge and his court. The rock was gotten from ML Vernon and the work done under the supervision of the county road engineer with the county machinery .A' The additional expense of oiling would be small compare i with the cost of re building a road as this has been, and should be done in order to complete the experiment. If it is proven that oiling will double the life of a road, then all roads will be oiled in the future before turned over (o the public as completed. Many counties have been oiling the macadam highways each year, and find that it is money well spent. The use of oil by the city of Lancaster for several years upon its streets has proven to be a great preserver of its highways. Some well built streets in the city which have been oiled for four consecutive years, without any repairing do not show any ware although receivThe model illustrated abovtii The model illustrated above is ing all the public travel. Thisobserva-tio- n 727 tame ot shown in the October 1078 same as shown in the October issue of The Woman'i Magazine. tends to prove that it will pay to issue of ll.e Delineator. In our windows are models of oil road. The blowing off the dust and Hie new modes brought out so bind of macadam roads by rapid going eiqinstrly in MYLb.CitAlT Garments, which are true to the Man Tailored garments have a motor vehicles greatly impairs the life reputation giv. ii sense of dash and limit that holds ing perfect expression of the new ' of the roads and in our opinion neces, universal appeal for all who have and approved modes. M sitates the use of oil to preserve them that justifuM desire to appear Call today if you please, and see If and only a few years hence no road will in I'erfeel our display of STYLE. CRAFT M g No. I07Svogue. olher STYLE-- . and be considered completed, no difference models. QIAIT models on sal at U fi how it is built, unless treated with a coat of road oil. County Judge C. A. Arnold is on the right track in his efJ. E. DICKERSON fort to raise the standard of road conjj J. E. DICKERSON struction in the county. More show can be made by cheap overhauling and patching roada. It may please and satisfy more voters for the- time. This has been too much the policy of the past and is partially responsible for the present condition of our highways. The t i " 6 t c t Co. public does not object to the time and expense of procuring good roads but are proned to complain and criticise unless brought immediately convenient to their premises. Of course some must suffer until good roads can be built to ooooQOaooooooooosoacosoocss'f members, for the pleasant day and A wem by Miss Margaret Steele An- Iliennla, to be held III Chicago In IXC BURTON. cover the main thoroughfares. 'Build in the past 21 hours, and, there is no hospitality." Mrs. Alfred Zembrod, of derson H included fn the initial numbr, The first IIietinl.il I found the Fidetatioi well as you go' should be a slogan in I Lexington writes thanking for the day as is also n sketch of the author by including ISfi telling just what the outcome may be. clubs in Mrs. Bertha Mitchell liurton died at roau construction. The public of this i diirerrnt states and complimenting our civic prjdu and Miss Miriam Gaines. This sketch Is and the body of dolcCTtrg The accident sustained by young (Kdlte.t My The VomausC...b county should number with the 1 erkins was a most peculiar one, ac- her country home Saturday night after club spirit, Mrs. Will Severance, the first of n series which is entitled. women. The work a lingering illness. Dav after day had nriur.i.,! in ik. county judge in his effort to build last- cording President of the Stanford Club expres- "The Kentucky Woman In the Field prtigram came to to tne description given of it gone up prayers for her recovery, not take mi amoresoriiiu. ing roads. Supervision of construction by The last meeting on tho life and sed herseif in most appreciative lanthose who witnessed it. lie had at- only from her own fatiily circle, but i"hI Important tone, rMffcatlBrfai nrV. t w'w c...r V i.... by the state as required by the present tended a 'possum supper in the room from every one who knew her. Many work of the noted sculptor, Frederick guage for her membership. We have ..V.:L "".blema and philanthropic work . law in order for our county to get the above iij ocoii uouniy has u predominant led by Mrs. Johnson not the space to tell our local club niuiiuuii the store of Tom I'cnce on Fri- were the silent prayers which voiced MacMonnies, from now on state orbenefit of the.state aid fund has greatly day night, and at the conclusion Price was a delightful one. In fact. women all that has been said and writ- health Superintendent", and Margaret ganization was of the the sentiment; rapid and the movement hampered and retarded the work of our feast, left Young Whil lock has in tho paper a each metting since the first of October ten, but this is enough to show them with several friends, by the spread over the land. The Third officials thi year. This defect win rear door, going down an incline which "Not here. O death not here. has been made interesting by tho that their "Loves labor" was not lost. little poem on "Peace". Ilieiinlal held nt Louisville, Is thete noother flower for thee to take? Kentucky, probably be remedied by the General j had been leaders, each one obtaining all the inbuilt to roll buggies for stor All iu im was largely attended and the world is thine, and for its sake formation on Miss Miriam Gaines of the Assembly that meets in January. With age on the second floor of the building. The Womans Club thanks Miss Fun. her subject she could get were present from all over the the state aid fund in the hands of our It was dark outside, and coming out of Oh! come not here". and lending her time and enthusiasm nia Uishop fur giving flowers to each Evening Post also member of tne State Press Committee has a very interesting world. In this vast movement more county judge next year und the ex the lighted room, the young man is beHut alas, "Death loves a shining unstintedly. merchant for decorating the windows than two million women are enrolled in perience or the last two years to aid lieved to have made a misstep in the mark" and so it came. Nov. Cth. Miss Fannie is most liberal article in the Saturday issue of October Mrs. James II. Kinnaird and Mrs. with her flowers and takes great pleas 3uth on First Women's Club formed in the General Federation and r0fl clubs him we look for a new era in good dark, which In the death of Mrs. Uurton the comcaused him to step off the roads for Ourrard county In the future side of the Incline some distance, about munity in which she lived sustained a Emma Higginbotham were each given ure in cooperating in the work of the lWW and the start of their development are represented. as written by Kelcine Patrick-I'isBelieving that the rapid wear of roads five or six feet, instead of on the ground great loss. She was a true friend and a bunch of bright red carnations by the W. C. T. U. and Womans Club. and On Nov. 10th at U,c Preabvterlan taken from the itepuhlic, liockford, Incidental to modern uses require the as- he anticipated. The fall seemed to her devotion to those she loved would club lust Friday. These flowers were Illinois from which the following church, Stanford, the Womans Club application of oil to preserve and pro stua him, and friends took him across make a blight chapter in any life. emblamatic of the bright spot they The first number of the Kentucky is taken. held their first "open, (eicn". Mrs. tect tne Highways we hope that Judge tho Btreet to the St. Asaph Hotel and While she has gone from the scenes, have helped to make In our town by the Woman's Journal, olllcial organ of the Considering now is the time when all Severance, presided with Arnold and his court will not neglect to gave him what usual the conflicts, the sorrows and pleasures unselfish labor and thought they have Kentucky Federation of Women's Clubs attention seemed necesgiven the park. me Nomen s liulis are beginning their grace and diirnltv. Th i.r,.,.rU,.. make sufficient experiment in oiling the sary, and th') next day he was out on of life, she will still live in the hearts has made its appenranco, and it fulfills activities asketch of the first prganiza-- ed with a delightful solo rendered by Her newiy constructed highways to give it the streets, but was complaining of not of those who knew her best. Manv club members have asked why in every respect the hopes of club tions. howitlmtmultiplnslnndscatter-lMusHlggiiis- . Origin ami Develop-e- d a Tair test. nature led her to hide her best a mention has feeling well. Mr. l'erkins had just enwomen in the State, who for six months not been made in this and on General Federation is pertin- - ment of the Woman's Club movement tered into a partnership in the insur- qualities from the public gaze, but they column of our efficient Secretary and havo been looking forward with interest ent. The dute of tin. fn I Itinllnn tit thn was i, forcibly and ab v to the initial Issue. ance business with I). A. Thomas, hav- were fully revealed in the home life. Treasurer, Miss Joun Mount. Miss first club of women Is not exactly Mr. E. J. llowenstlne. She was a kind and loving daughter "Is t ho Too much pruise can scarcely be LEE PERKINS. ing bought out the Dromley & Uromley Mount has won the admiration of all known, but it is generally regarded Woman Club worth while?" was an- given the editor. Mrs. J. M. Dickey, He went to the oflice and en- and sister and her devotion to her hus- the club members by her conscientious, agency. tho Sorosls of New York City and the swered very positively In band know no limit. Meets With Serious Accident. the afllrmativa labored so faithfully to make deavored to assist Mr. Thomas- witli puinstaking work. We sometimes lose who has New England Women's Club of Mas- by Mrs. J. II. Paxton. "God touched her with His finger, the details of their new business but sight of what an important office this it successful. Having served as chair sachusetts both organized In 1808 are "A Towii's Need for Clean Amuso-menSo man of the Press Committee of the Mrs. G. C. Hose of this city was cal tho latter saw that l'erkins was not at and she slept," the poet wrote. was discussed by Mrs, W, K. we may say of her life "God touched lv, but handling and collecting our State Federation for several years, and the earliest. However, Illinois has two led to Stanford Sunday by the critical himself so Insisted that he go home. finances and writing minutes each week clubs friends In Council, at Qulncy, or- Warner In a convincing, and pleasing condition of her brother Mr. Lee Ho finally did so, and had to take to his her with his finger and she slept"; but are duties for which we should be grate- - having been a newspaper correspondent ganized In lbftS. and Jocksonville Soro-ei- s manner. during those years, Mrs. Dickey is well l'erkins, who was dangerously hurt by bed at once, becoming unconscious, and not until a beautiful life was lived, a iui anu i ueheve we are. formed In IhGS, and Indiana. Mich- A quartette by Misses Powell ard a peculiar accident there last Friday. delirious. fitted to hold the position of editor Igan w His mother summoned noble example of patience, fidelity to and Iowa Clubs have records which Embry and Messrs (lover and . I Ill- Ir.I truth and faith were given. She lived Singlemi cunuuiun is aeriuus anui tears are physicians who were unable to find any a consecrated Christian life and died a Our library under the capable manage which was assigned to her at the last precede these organizations. Sorosis ton made a delightful variation. entertained for his recovery. The marks of bruises or injuries upon his ment of Mrs. Kauffinan continues to annual meeting of the Federation In of New York organized in 18GS by Mrs, Dr. Ganfield, Piesident of Center Lexington. body, and were at a loss for some time triumphant death. Interior Journal says: grow. Kvery member of tho club it Jennie C Crowley, known to her r?ad' Allege, gavo tho address ... . Mrs. Uurton was a daughter of Mr, The issue contains a communication of the even-luuee i triuns. a wen Known young to understand just what the trouble grateful to Miss Dove Harris for Mar era as Jennie prominent After complimenting the Club upbusiness man of this city, lies in a very was. It was manifest, however, that Charles Mitchell, of Jessamine, Co., cum's Histories of America. Years from the president ut the Federation among pioneer Juno was Ninety-seveclubs. on their excellent program, ho spoke by the who survives her, her mother having Mrs. It. II. Lacey, critical condition at the home if his the trouble wan with the brain, and ago Miss Harris gave an entertainment Mrs. Harry Mishap, of Louisville, duos were asked to convene with Soro of what Clubs were doing all over the mother, Mrs. Hello l'erkins on East they gave him what treatment seemed died some time ago. in Lancaster the object of which was has in this Issue, presented the needs sis and on March 20, 1889 delegates country- -a great and in tier young womanhood she gavo bencfice.it work. Main street, with what physicians pro. possible upon that diagnosis. His con to start a fund for a library. She clear rrom sixty-onof these were present, He then spoke of what a town should of the delinquent girl In Kentucky In nounce a hemorrhagu on the brain. dition became worse, however, so Dr. her heart and life into the keeping of ed fifty dollars, but says she had never while six sent letteis. Tho convention bu and what It Bhould stand for. A caused by a fall the young man sustain Frank, was called here, and confirmed Mr. Itobert Uurton who in all the thought any library was on a good forceful and convincing manner. Her twenty years of their married life had sketch is attractively illustrated and brought together women from all parts town should be attractive and pleasing ed late last Friday night. His condi- the local medical men's diagnosis. enough fcui.u.... .; to turn it over until should be read by every woman in the of the country and It was there that In apjiearance. It should have resources tion Is regarded as so critical that local Young l'erkins Is about S3 years of been a most devoted husband. the idea ot a federation was introduce within its self. It should havo charState. The funeral services were conducted the one started by the Woman's Club. physicians summoned Dr. Louis Frank, age, and has a great many friends who The Home Economics, Art and Music ed. To this end a committee was nam acter, spirit, force. Hut a town's high-es- t the noted specialist of Louisville, who are deeply pained to learn of his serious at the country home by Elder F. M. Kind letters and gracious words from Departments of the Federation are ed to draft a constitution and present and holiest business should be to He recently sold out the Tinder after which all that was mortal came in Mondsy night and made a com- condition. delegates at our recent each given recognition in the November p'an of orgonlzatlon. Tha first Presid make) the best environment plete examination of young l'erkins, in coal business in which he was engaged wis tenderly laid to lest In the Lancas- the visitors and for the convention make us wish we could have number of the magazine by articles ent of this newly organized General boy and girl to grow Into good cltlzms. which he completely sustained the dia- near the depot, to T. K. Tudor, and ter cemetery last Monday afternoon. over and do more for them. Mrs. written by the chairmen of these com Federation was Charlotte Emetson It was a most earnest and thoughtful it gnosis of the local phviicians. All re- was entering upon the Insurance busi Charles Kodes, President of the Dan- mittees. Mrs. Clarence Martin, Mrr. Urown. A Council meeting was held message. This Club Is to be congratu gard his condition as dangerous. lie ness with Mr. Thomas with bright proYour choice of three grades of coal. ville Club writes: "I want to thank . C. Zcmrod and Miaa Catherine in May of 1891 at Orange. New Jersey lated on having such a delightful "Open has sustained several severe convlusions ' spects, Hudson, Hughes & Farnau, each member of your club for our club Cochran. when plans were made for the first session." - Tailored Suits and Coats, Fashion. Strictly Tailored and Representing the Latest Whispers of MISSES COATS EVERY FOR SCHOOL AND p DAY WEAR. STYLE-CRAF- T Come and see for yourself that these styles are the most Visit our store. STYLE-CRAF- -- durable and economical you have yet seen. 1 J. E. DICKERSON. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY The Womans Club j 5 L J 'ft """'" h-- im dele-gat- e, h hr 1 ! n e Page 5 Suits Reduced THANKSGIVING SPECIAL Any Suit in our stock can be bought at greatly reduced prices. 7U TOTV- For the next three weeks we will have on dlsploy all the new effects In 9 9 Fox, Mink, Skunk, Coney and many other Furs to numerous too mention at prices astonishingly low. THE JOSEPH Mouse Of Quulity. 9 9 MERCANTILE Exclusive COMPANY. L. tidies Outfitters. 0 999 CARD OF APPRECIATION. To the friends and relatives who came to me nnd shared with me mv BOrrow and Iid lhut hum" kind- could suggest to help and comfort me, I return heartfelt thank", and at- though such devoted love and friendship rnnnni .... it,- - r.u iiiciiiuutrs .i... i.n ...c muiiinger around the vacant chair, it brings into view the brightest side of humnnitv. To all the friends who-isympathy and service were so kinuly tendered in our great bereavement, for the song ser vice and the beautiful (lowers we desire to extend our thanks, asking Gods richest blessings upon each of you. II. L. Burton. Bath Robe Blankets ri a 1 4. Quick Meal Mailable Range; At $55 00 Dollars Warranted as good as the best. Lined. Rust-Proo- f. Enameled Mrs. Charley Pope was a visitor in I I Danville Tuesday. Mr. J. B. Conn was in Cincinnati this week on business. Miss Eliza Lunsford is enjoying a week's visit to friends in Paint Lick. A Hilil Miction of llif Comlnci and Mr. Frank Conn, of Richmond, spent uoingi vy jnoic ni mi ;mcrcmu in. several days last week with his parents in this city. Mrs. Wm Lear has been in Bryants-ull- e Mrs. V. A. Lear was a recent visitor tor a visit to her daughter, Mrs. in Danville. oe0aee ' Special $2.48, while they last. 999999999999099999999999 Inter- - and W. It. Cook of Lancaster. ior Journal. Mr. " WORDS FAIL ME", I People vM? Jno. Deere Wagons, best Ironed and Superior finish, $70. A full Mrs. Anna Bailey spent the in Stanford with relatives. li. C. Itose. week-en- line of Heating and Cook Stoves. In the house at cost. Any Buggy J. R. Mount, sT Son & Co. CAR Buy a 1916 Mrs. Maggie llyerly of liarbourville Mrs. Ureathitt Ilrown i numbered was the recent guest ut Misses Kote 'with those upon the sick list. and Lillian Kinnaird. Mr. Thai! N. Aldridge of Stanford C.iiiton Bnstin, of Detroit Mich., is Saturday making a visit with hi- - parents, Mr. j was a pleasant visitor here l Mrs. Samuel Cotton nr.il Mis Katie and Mrs. A, II. Uastin. Simpson motored to Danville Saturday Mr. ana .Mrs. Harry Anderson are James Stapp of Lexington was the making preparations to move to their residence in York annex. Sunday. j guest of Miss Kunice I'rather. Mesdames Thomas Austin and U. D. Miss l'olly Reynolds is at home from Simpson left Thursday for a visit to I a pleasant visit to relatives at Wildie. Miss Lilly Noel In Danville. j Miss La Verne N'eviui lias been iting relatives in Stanford. vis Misses Fannie and Heliie Vst are m Danville with their sister, Mrs. George Itobinson. STUDEBAKER 4 Cylendar $885.00 TOURING 6 Cylendar $ 1 050.00 We Stanford Motor Car Co. J. W. ACEY, Manager. 3r ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at mm m mm 171 mm w m im'm m m for a nice Lunch, also Everything In Soft Drinks V3I 11 1 ! ru Mr. A. M. Ogg lias accepted a cloai-tio- n Miss Mattie Larmer of Pennington in llerea, and left for that place Gap. Va., was the attractive guest of on Monday. Mrs W. II. Ward last week. j Miss Emmn liny 9 of Stanford was The Chautauqua Circle met with Miss the recent guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Katharine Park Tuesday afternoon at j A. Beazley. the home of Mrs. J. It. Mount. Miss May Powell was at home from Elder F. M. Tinder was in Winches the Itichmond Normal for n visit of ter Tuesday where he made an ad days. several dress at the C. W. B. M. Conventior. Mrs. Iouis Ramsey of Burnside has Miss Lucy Ledger of Paynes Depot been the guest of her parents. Sir. and has returned home after several week's Mrs. Hen Ham. visit to her friend, Mrs. W. D. Marsee. Mrs. Marv Enninir has returned to Mrs. Wm. Garrigue has returned to 'her home in Louisville after a nrotract her home in New Orleans, afteraweeks ed vWt to Mrs. It. Zimmer. visit to her parents. Mr. and Mrs. J Mrs. Frozier Hurt was the pleasing II. Conn. hostess at a well annotated C o'clock 111,11 Mr- - w- dinner at her home in Hill Court. "' Utile daughter. Margaret, are at home from a week's Mr. Levi 11. Hoke, of Louisville was iai, , ... i ii.n-- . III,.. immw, t II .........1.1...., mis h.uai w.t.ui iin.a .1.1. nreivI. ui Malone of Campbellsville Misses Kathryn Ham and Viola Tribble Elder K. M. Tinder will begin a series Mrs. Thomas Ilallard and interesting of meetings ht (Thursday) at the little son have returned from u visit to school house near Mr. Ike Naylor's on her sister Mrs. J. K. Helm Jr. at the Lexington road .1 miles of Moreland. Ilaselden compliSAYS YOUNG LADY mented the ministers of Lancaster, Elder K. M. Tinder. Reverends S. II. Indiana Gill Tells How She Was Benefited Pollitt, J. Itockwell Smith and A. J. . Clere with an auto trip to Danville By anlac. Friday evening for the " .." Louisvil'e, hy., Nov. 17. "Words meeting. . : ' dwcnlw my i!'.' " "Ue.m"l' Mesdames George Itobinson, Will gratitude for the benefits I have de- Cook, Itobert Elkin anil John Stormes rivpd from the use of Tanlac". said attended Mrs. Mary Cecil Cantrili's Miss Clara Duller, a prominent young antique sale last week. They rewrt woman of Horden, Ind., who is visiting the largest crowd they oversaw gatherfriends in Louisville. ed nt an auction. There were from "I have not enjoyed the very best 1,000 to 1,600 present. Antiques told of health for several months," Miss high, but "never antiques" verv low. Butler continued. "I was all run A delightful Thanksgiving party was down and so nervous that the least given on Tuesday afternoon by Master excitement made me almost frantic. Harold Lawton Tinsley at the home of My digestion also was very poor, and his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. J. B. very often I found myself unable to Conn. The hours for the youthful partake of the very lightest liquid guests to assemble were from 3 to 5. foods. The entertainment was given to the "I am glad that I decided to take members of his Sunday school class. Tanlac. The niedicine certainly is Various games were enjoyed to the very line, i nave ueen UenetlteU in fullest. Most delightful refreshments every way and always shall think well added to the pleasure of the afternoon. of Tanlac". After a presentation of a suitable souvTanlac is now obtainable in Lancas enir, each guest was taken to his home ter at It. E. Mcltoberts and at Bry- in an automobile, having .expressed antsville at Becker, Ballard and Scotta, much pleasure for the social gathering. "Ham-Ramsey- J. Itavmond - .,i ' YOU'LL FIND iriN n THIS COLUMN. V. lM8-3t. J Salt for sale. S. N. Davis. Work called for and delivered. Colson Bros. Successors to A. D. Kirk Phone 7G. 2mo. Will take orders for "Potato Chipi " 20 cts. lb. for Boston Brown Bread 10 cts. loaf. Mrs. W. S. Walker, "12-3- t Phone 1S5 Lexington St. THANKS THE PUBLIC, BIG COURT i ' NEXT MONDAY The relatives and many friends of Mr. J. Wade Walker regret to hear he continues quite sick at his home in II Diaw Chect for the money youove nnd note how much more respectfully your creditors rc- anl you. They like to do business with a itiun who hns nu account nt the i"""" Garrard upper Garrard. Miss Patsy Anderson spent the we k end with her mother Mrs. S. II. Anderson, returning to the Itichmond Normal on Monday. ((.Mesdames William Cook, George Itobinson and Itobert EJkin were entertained nt a luncheon by Mrs. J. II. Paxton of Stanford lust Wednesday. Mr. John T. ltiguhy and Miss Uadie Lee Tnomption of tho Preacheriville section were united in marriage in this city at the home of Elder P. M. Tinder Many congratulations tire beinu extended Mr. and Mrs. Win. Pox l.ogmi since the arrival of a winsome little daughter in their home in Wilke-barr- e I Bank & Trust Co. They know he Is doing business in a business like way. Better open such an account even If your alfairs are not targe. Thev will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Penn. i Just now we have a nice assortment of THE OLD RELIABLE It S SUIT HATS and can get you suited in a DRESS HAT. Give us a call. We need your business, we want your business. Royal Absolutely Puro K BAKING POWDER Contains No Alum 3 Rella Arnold Francis. We will sell any fancy'fjoods on commission. Send them in. viV?ii ?' SxtS V?s Q.r4 li I Having leased the Rex Theatre, and agreed that its doors be closed for the present, I desire to thank all the pat-- 1 rons of the Itcx for their liberal patronage, and hope that the new manager oi me oirer upera nouse win give to you a good class of pictures. The Itex will be closed, beginning next Monday night, nnd I am glad to announce that the Komance of Elaine will be continued at the other on Saturday nights. I again thank you for past 'AUNT" For Sale Or Rent. HANNAH favors, and wish the management of House and lot on Lexington Street. the other Opera House all the good POTEET DEAD. Mrs. Susan Fisher. luck in the world. Kespectfully, L. E. Herron. Mrs. Hannah Poteet. aged 93, was For Rent. found dead in bed nt Harrodsburg. She I desire to rent the old brick residence had been in declining heulth for several LANCASTER BUTTER MAKER years. She is survived by one daugh- now occupied by W. C. Davis, for the Proven A Thorough Success When It ter. Miss Lizzie Poteet, and two son?, year 1910. Fisher Herring. W. J. and Frank Poteet. Mrs. Poteet, In Two Minutes. Makes Sutler All persons having claims against who was related to the Huffmans of this county, was a splendid, as well as .Clayton Anderson, deceased, should In n private demonstration before remarkable old ladv. and A splendid photograph of Mrs. Sallic her death is present same to J. M. Duncan cr Capt. ot his friends Wed- the occasion of much sorrow here and Herndon, properly verified, Maret nnd little Miss about twenty-fiv- e tf. J. M. Duncan, Admr.1 Helen Boner, daughter of Mr. and .Mrs nesday afternoon, Mr. It. II. llatson eUewhere. Shi U'na in full ttna...atr. John lloner, of Ntcholasville, appeared clearly convinced them that he "had0fher mental fnltip- - ,min found what he was looking for" and hours before she died nnd in the Courier Journal of Oct. 31. Livery Business For Sale. her sick wanted and whut everyone else will room is said to have been the most Tho livery business of the late W. Mrs. James Smith presided at a buswant as soon as its qualities are dem cheerful seen in this section of the A. Arnold is for sale, as I iness meeting of the Circle Girls on desire to Saturday aftereoon, at her pretty home onstrated to them. We mean the LAN state in years. She waH prepared for close up this business at once. This is CASTEIt BUTTEIt SEPAISATOlt. the end and found pleasure in telling one of the best livery stnncV in the on Richmond St. Tho guests were It is a perfect little wonder when it those who visited her of the beauty city. I also wish to sell or rent my servej most delicious refreshment!. comes to making butter. From three and brilliancy of the home beyond the home on Ilaselden Heights. Possession Lucien M. Grant goes with hundreds quarts of cream, beautiful butter was skle, where there is every reason to given at once. of other students from the Anua)olis made in exactly two minutes by the believe she now rests. Mrs. Lucy Gregory Arnold. Naval Academy to the Great Army several watches that were being held and Naval Koot-bagame to take by the Interested spectators. One BOTH PICTURE HOUSES place In New York City on. Thanks, wonders at its simplicity, there's hard DON'T KILL YOUR HOGS giving. ly anything to take care of. You sim LEASED TO NEW MANAGEMENT. Let me do it. Everything clean and Amongtthe people who ply rinse it out and pour in the cream, work guaranteed. Rei Theater To Be Closed. Hayden Leavell. attended the old furniture sale con- It needs no cover and has none. It. pd. lou start to turn the crank; you are ducted by Mrs. J, S. Owsley Here Some surprise was created among ease of Wednesday were: Mesdames It. I. delightfully surprised at th Elkin, J. It. Mount, George Itobinson, operation; it's not like wort., it doesn't the business circles and the patrons of HOG KILLING TIME. run much harder than a sewi 13 mnchinel the two mov'ng picture houses, when While you arc right in the midst ot the it was leurned that the Hex Theater Am prepared to kill your hogs. Also surprise of its ease of operation, you and Roman's Opera Hou.e had been rendev lard ai.d make sausage. Everyeven bigger sui prise before leased to Air. Green Clay Walker for get thing sanitary. Delivery prompt. you know it, you are through, the but lerin os years, me ileal Having been Give me Jim Wood Bourne. i trial. ter has come. We wont attempt to made last Monday. Under the terms Phone 12. tell you how it does It, but tho princi-- , of the contract Mr. Walker takes over plea Uion which it works are logical both houses and the Itex Theater is to and natural. be closed indefinitely, while the Opera ADVERTISEMENT However, wonderful and simple this Home under the management of Mr. All persons having claims against the Lancaster Butter Separator may seem WalKer will remain open. The trans; ' to us, you can never appreciate what fer "ill be made next Monday morning. estate of W. D, Finch, deceased, are , it is until you have had it demonstrated The public is loath to give up both Mr. hereby notified to present their claims, to you. The old saying tho "proof of Herron und Mr Romans as each have properly proven as required by law, to was never worked hard to furnish the public with the undersigned, Prank Corbln. 15tl , tho pudding is the eating" more verified, than when we tasted the best pictures that could have been ' Kentucky Avenue, Lexington, Ken- this butter that was made before our gotten. Mr. Walker however informs lucky, who has been appointed Admin- very eyes in exactly two minutes, when a representative of the RECORD that istrator of said estate. FRANK CORBIN. all present were enthusiastic ns to its ho u aware that tho people of LancasAdministrator of Ettate of W. D. superiority over any they had ever ter und Garrard county will be satisfied tasted. You will miss something if with nothing but the best class of pic- Finch, deceased. you fall to see this wonderful little tures and that he has already contractmachine. ed for some "Features" that will please JURY MONEY. the most fastidious and at a heavy cost I have the money to pay Many People In This Town to htm. These are l'aramount pictures never really enjoyed a meal until and will be shown In a few weeks. the Jurors for last term of we advised them to take a "The Exploits of EUinu", which has Call at my been running for the past t.vo months Circuit Court. to crowded houses at the Itex will be office for same. continueJ at the Opera House, as well before and after each meal. Soli! only F. S. Hughes, as "Tho Diamond From the Sky", by m 25o a box. K. E. McRobtrts which has proven so popular. Trustee Jury Fund. ' The November term of Circuit Court Dry cleaning and pressing. Ail work will convene next Monday. This will also be County Court day and a bumper guaranteed. Colson Bros. Successors to A. D. Kirk. 2mo. crowd is expected. We can be found in our office on that day ready and wit- Make your horses sleek, fut ami ling to write you a receipt for strong. Give them Ilapiers Alfalfa feed newai sebscription to the CENTKAL Hudson, Hughes & Karnau. P.ECOKD. Look at tho ladel on your paper and see if it reads later than Wanted. November, 1915; if it does not you owe 5000 Turkeys fur Thanksgiving. 5000 us $1.00. dozen eggs. Bailev & Moss. '. grand-daughte- ll-3- t. n 1111 I It. Page 6 GREAT WORK OF KENTUCKY'S FISH AND GAME COMMISSION COVERS AND STREAMS OF STATE BEING RESTOCKED WITH THE HOPE OF ONCE AGAIN MAKING A SPORTSMAN'S PARADISE KEN-TUCKY The Central Kecord, Thursday Nov 13, 1915. SCARCITY OF QUAIL In 1011, dbrlng the session Immediately preceding tho creation of the game laws, tho Federal Government discovered that Inrge quantities of quail were being sold In the northern and eastern markets, and that theso violation of birds had been shipped the federal laws covering Interstnto shipments of game. linns distributing The commission these birds were all prosecuted, and by tracing tho shipments to the firms, The Kentucky Game and Fish Commission's handsome new flih ear, In the Government officials discovered which the (mall fry are taken from the hatcheries to the ttrtamt and that grent quantities of tho quail hud como from Kentucky; In fact, 150.D00 pondi of the state for rettocklng purpotei. were shipped out of Kentucky In 1911, 13,700 being shipped from two points In Gallatin county. making Illegal All of the parties shipments were tried In tho federal courts of Kentucky anil convictions followed In every case. Tho United States Government knew. In a general nay .that shipments were being made from Kentucky, but in this work, as In other branches of tho Government, they desired to help only those states who were making an honest vndeainr to help themselves. It was tho common practice of t'ii larger hotels and restaurants In Kentucky, before the creation of the Oaino and Fish Commission, to annually sell Inrge quantities of quail illegal! r, bought and sold. A number of ciikii were mado against one of the leadln hotel companies in Kentucky, and nro pleased to say that this II' practice has been stopped. 111 v How Katydid Sings Its Song. Tho sounds made by tho katydid nrs produced by tho friction of tho tab-orct- s (llttlo drums) In tho triangular overlapping portion of each wing cover against each other nnd nro strengthened by tho cscapo of nlr from tho sacs of tho body. The katydid lias been called tho "testy llttlo " I iKeMiiiiiMH'ii'itimiii)) CARDS. OFFICE KIXOKD liUII.DINO. W lt-- Or. J. S. GILBERT. CKNTKAI DOES THIS FIT Oilier Phone ii!f nc I'hone 41 I.ANOASTKIf. KY. EXECUTIVE AGENT WARD A BUSY MAN YOUR HORSE Clubs Aro Boing Organized In tho Different Counties to With Promote Interest and i tho Commission When Daniel Uoono and his sturdy hunters' license. Of the $5,000 appropioneers camo to Kentucky by the priated, only J120.71 was drawn from the appropriation In tho months of Wilderness road they found a land beyond their wildest hopes, June anil July, 1912. This amount, and abounding with game and fish, upon the remainder of the 15,000, was rc which thev warn denendent for food turned to tho state In AuKiist, 10 : and clothing. In reaching Kentucky. Since that time the Commission hai Uoono and his followers found that not drawn one cent from the state tbo Indian tribes to the north, south funds for the maintenance of the do nnd west had preceded them. To Ken- - partment, and It is specially provide.) tacky the Indians made annual pilgrim- that the state can not give any further one to kill their winter supply of game, financial assistance, and the State which was found In great abundance Treasurer Is directed not to honor any and of, splendid quality. At that time warrants drawn by the (lame and Fish thcro was game In plenty for all, but Commission unless the money Is In the tlio Indians looked with disfavor upon State Trensury to the credit of the the presence of tho white man. reallz- - (iame and Fish Protection Kund. All Ing that It meant tho destruction of of this fund must be derived from the their favorite hunting grounds should sale of hunting license, During the year 1912 a call for voltuny bo left to occupy the land, so they ntubbornly resisted by every possible unteer wardens was made, the C m means the advancement of the foreign mission agreeing, should tliMr fund- be sufficient during tho next year, to hunter. The Indian did not kill to oxcesa and compensate as many of the wardens was determined that his happy hunting as possible, the selections for paid rep- Itround should not be destroyed. Their resentatlves to be made upon the merit stubborn resistance mado the name system and without regard to political and early history of "Kalntuckeo" typ- - affiliations. The Commission Is grateleal of Its Indian name, "Dark and ful to the volunteer wardens for their services and Is earnestly laboring to liloody Ground." The pioneer, like the Indian, took develop a paid, competent warden aerr- only of this supply for food and rai Ice as rapidly as their funds will per ment, but with civilization grew the mit The Commission Is not now able sport of hunting for pleasure, and so nor will It be for some time to havo wantonly was game destroyed by this a paid warden service In each county class of citizens that thoughtful and of the state, but even If this were posrepresentative men soon realized that sible, they could not accomplish the If same was to be conserved for future ends that they so earnestly desire until and support Keneratlons, It was necessary to enact they have the laws protecting them during the breed-- of Interested parties and representa-int live citizens, and by this assistance and season. Is meant, not only their Tho first game laws in Kentucky, ol which there Is any record, were passed assistance In securing the arrest and otj conviction of all violators, but by glvIn 1822, and were for the protection fish. In fact, most of the early laws Ing out the Information In order that j puuuc migni inorougiuy were measures for fish protection. Ati"" that time all laws In the state upon know tho reasons and necessity for the this subject were local or county laws strict observanco ot the laws. i And remained so until the adoption ol the present Constitution. Since that THE CONDITIONS EXISTING IN OTHER STATES. time all laws enacted upon this su' bject have been state measures, apply Hunting License. Ing alike to each county In the state The resident hunting license law Is To the county authorities were charged not a new departure and prevails In the enforcement of measures of this every state In the Union, except Maine, Maryland, Delaware, Virginia, North character. To the average citizen there was Carolina and Mississippi. little necessity for the enforcement ot Kvery state In the Union now rethese measures; In fact, there was so quires that have a huntlittle public sentiment for the enforce ing license, except Arkansas, and there xnent of these laws that they were a Is not permitted to hunt openly violated without fear of prose-- , except upon his own land. All of the cntlon. To those who gave the subject State Game and Fish Commissions thought. It was apparent that It was throughout the United States and Can.' necessary to create a new law and en- ada are maintained and operated by ' xnuiting to ana cnarging others and. specially named officers with their en-fcr-til- o i I line, lir I. nl r. uili mini,) r ,.rr,, ltm-lllinula nmt.lMili mi l illlcti-i- nln.lr rn I n .. mi ,1, rati I Jitfl, ra.Mli pr iti-i- l lnlMr llaa lie a rarJ?lolia al'liclltr .Iota ui Ihlt k tint rl'imlr nriiif If rM Catarrh lit til I'OHrlftiiitiril tir npo.lire lorali v ftcalli.r nf if rriulur or otrr oitr ! u tiifflili or iiutlirfl J j lr,lin, ,, II. 11'. Mnrrnir, drnttuuti' Opt IcUn llU.ir. Klltril Kaluftcllou (mitaiiltrit CAL-SIN- O Horse Restorative h tcil nirtllf Honakers Fine Cut Flowers. tMtn rtnrrhlth n1 lionrlt trr from rt pffftlf lor irp ihft' 4llMrttrr. mid to butl.l h( nut flow, i vtrm li regntiiti nutrition mnt ( gftirr! nt irtMinlh roinut.-A tuall iitfttititr iheii with tli tttHt too. (otttlff mill ltMarn r.it-It In, John M. McRoberts. out UOIOH. rlorrr.1 at tnnt mit KNOCK! J. PATRICK, n Try It nifi1, joii ll .. tt ilwaw lif inwuvI tIW Comet In r . ('AlVHINO lUU'k trttttrl r!il like Pit 'In It I ItOllle - m? nllier- - ito i Hlihent rnl.tr i i4li 1ur wt-l- utK gti tMiltl Dentlt. Paint Lick. Kontuok.v I). V. . iht 01 U. H!NO ANtUIKWI- llHn MI'KK. C will lim-- iheflnetlriwtn. Interior view of the fish car, showing targe containers for the fish. A constant flow of fresh air Is pumped into the cans through the rubber tubes which keeps the fish alive on long trips. . Ht'MKIiY.i mid v in.ll I rir- of John Jl. Casey, (rniluntr Uticintiuti ihmHIwI)-foi- ttv Hi lUiii'Mi i Veterinary Surgeon. Veteriimry College Ollicc at V. II. liurtcn's Sale Stable. Night Phone L'll. C.C. & J.E.STORMES, Druggist l.AN i AISTKIt KY. STOP Cumberland River, one of Kentucky's great gams fish streams, and whlchj inc igmmi..ion rc.iocKinu nun pike perch and bsss. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Olllce Over National Hank. I'hone X Olllce I'hone 27 LANCASTKK, KY. AT OUR GARAGE When in Danville Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Good Complete For All Kinds of - -J PHEASANT DISTRIBUTION ROUGH G. C. COX, Phone LUMBER, see Another Interior view of the ftah car, showing the living qusrters of tha tendants, while on duty. U. 8. Fisheries Department Distribution 1912-191- at- of Fish During Flsoal Years 5. Flngerllngs, Yearlings and Adults. 1912 Kalnbow Trout Ilrook Trout Hock Dass Ulack Dass (Smalt Mouth) Black Dass (Large Mouth) 14,00 5,350 21,100 1913 15,800 1914 18.000 6,400 1,100 29,732 4,188 3.800 5,150 7,300 1.850 12,700 29.417 13.600 Crappte It pro vltled that all hunters when hunting oft their own land or that Immediately ad Joining their own, with the permission of the owner, should first secure a hunting license, for which thov wnrp to pay the County Court Clerk 1. The clerks were allowed to retain 15 centi for each license, directing that the remainder be sent to the Treasurer ot the State, to be placed to the credit ol tho Game and Fish Protection Fund. Tho law provided that five thousand ($5,000) dollars should bo appropriated for tho maintenance of tho department during Its first year. This sum, how ever, to be In the nature of a loan, and directed that the Commission should return this sum or as much thcreol ua used to the Treasurer from the first moneys collected from tho sale ol fJurcvment. A bill was Introduced in the 1910 ses skin of the Legislature providing for the creation of a Game and Fish Commission, but was defeated. A slmllai measure, possibly wider In scope, wai Introduced in 1912 and enacted Intc law, which became effective In 1912 This law Is found in its entirety In Chapter 35, Acts 1912. To this Commission and Its agentt aro entrusted the enforcement of the, law and tho restocking of fields and streams with game and fish. Authoritj was given to the Commission to ap point wardens throughout the state tc Chapter 35, Actf enforce the law. 1!)I2, made no changes In tho then ex Dream Yellow Perch Cat Fish Carp Yellow Uass White Dass 3,300 2,500 2,280 4,800 400 2,200 450 1915 600 4.000 7.350 210.000 52.651 14.080 7.925 1.605 4.325 380 Totals 49,070 7,800 20.950 244.900 116.950 31,868 23.325 4,505 8,805 250 380 450 In March, 1915, a distribution ot Kng as mado by llsh ringneck pheasants These birds unpthe Commission. urchased In England and shipped to Philadelphia, where they Mere received by a representative ot the Comnilulo.i and shipped in crates of fifteen birds, ten hens and five cocks, to each county In tho state, where they were re ceived and separated Into trios, two hens and a cock, and these birds were hom the liberated by persons with Commission had made arrangements, by them, on lands controlled Reports from 73 counties show an In crease of 2.656 birds, which Indicates a gratifying condition and places the number ot these splendid game birds Manse.Ky ) 1 Everything Accessories. in line of Urea. Autcnijobile 29. ""'lr 11.... 8 to 12 a. m. ltot-7to- 9 p. m M. K. Denny and W.A. Wheeler Prestollte Service. MITCHELL & Doctors Of Denial Sari err. ORc. Stoimri Kitlldlnistti llntt A Aadtr on', ointint iliotr. . LANCASTEH, KENTUCKY. at liberty In Kentucky at something SHACKELFORD. Second Street Phone 124. above six thousand. Some of the birds were held In captivity, but in nearly Or. Wm. D. Pryor, 250 Totals 1912 53.570 S5.497 1912-19- 15 67,270 302.916 509,253 Fry Distributed 1912 75,000 1914 1915 I'lke I'erch 2,400,000 Ulack Dass (Small M.) 12,360.000 8,100,000 23,160,000 75.000 Total Number Fry Total Number Flngerllngs, etc Orand Total 23,235.000 509,253 23,744,253 1914 Distribution of Fish by Kentucky Commission During Fall of To October 1, 1915. Crapplc Specie Ulack Uass Dream Hull Head Cat Hock Dass Channel Cat Dream and Crapple 1914 1915 and Up tstlng game laws, except that Totals 5,295 6.272 3,448 30 5.295 , 6.272 3,448 30 3.400 5,073 6.C72 7.3G6 3,400 11.745 7.366 The eut ,now a,ter a bevy ' a Llewelyn on point, 1u" have Dn flushed. I'lke I'erch Totals 8,000,000 8.473 1912-191- 8,000,000 8,037,556 23,744.253 8,037.556 31.781.H09 B'ngle license, is now In voguo In fourteen states Other states aro sure to follow this plan, as In states where only the hunter Is required to pay license, the fisherman Is equally benefited, tho funds being spent alike for the Improvement of conditions for both, and It seems but Just that the nsheruian should contribute his part to tho enforcement of tho law and tho restocking of tho streams with fish, oy wnicn ne is surety benefited. permitting the hunter and fisherman to both hunt nnd fish upon a I.. nri-. funds accruing from the sale of hunter-' license, and In each state, as In Kentucky, the property owner Is not taxi-tu maintain a Commission. Combination hunting and fishing 8,029,083 Total Distribution U. 8. Government Total Distribution Kentucky Game and Fish Com. Grand Total for Four Years '. every instance these experiments reDanvilIeKy. sulted in failure, but the birds that were turned loose and allowed to rear Office at Itainey s Livery Stable. their own young. In practically every Lniicnster, Kentucky Instance produced and raised a covey. The result of theso .experiments have so encouraged the Commission that another Importation of pheasants Is planned, and we hope to liberate three thousand more ot these birds In the spring of 1916. Tho distribution ot PAPEC CUTTERS pheasants aroused great Interest, and UAKItAItU C1UCUIT COl'KT. o received many requests for setMonitor nnd Associated tings of eggs and purchased 800 from a game dealer In Pennsylvania, which Lancsstpr Uuilding & Loan Association, Gasoline Engines. uere sent by parcels post to thoso whol Plaintitr, had applied. We also shipped 265 from Wheeling Lime Grinders. V?. the Kentucky Game Preserve on Pine All sold on cssy terms. Harry Anderson, tt al. Defendants. Mountain, In Uell county. Tho reports show that a largo perPurbuunt to a judgment rendered at W. P. KINCAID, DIST. AGT centage of eggs did not hatch, and the June Term, June ), 1915, the will sell at Phcm. liW. Commissioner where broods were hatched they soon STANKOItO. KY proved a public suction to the highest and best died, so the distribution bidder, before the Court House door in failure, It Is unlawfut to kill any ringneck Lancaster, Ky., nt 11 o'clock, A. M.or pheasant at any time of the year, and thereabouts, on the Commission appeals to you for MONDAY, NOVKMIIEK 22, lUlfi. your assistance In protecting them un til they Increase sufficiently to permit it being the lirkt day of the (iarrard, County Court Term the real estatu hunting, mentioned in the pleadings nnd Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. COMMISSIONER'S INDIANA SILO SALE OF LAND. m y HUNGARIAN PARTRIDGES On tha road to the hunting grounds lr, Old Kentucky, This Jolly party art all trus sportsmen, and are glvln( thslr time free of charge to aid thi .Commission In its work. In May, 1914, we liberated 300 Hun-- . garlan partridges; twenty of theso birds were sent to each of fifteen counties, The birds seemed to take vory kindly to Kentucky, and many scatter ed broods wera reported In the eurly fall, and in the spring ot 1915 some re- port 8 were had ot these birds. This fall we hope to get a report from tho hunters that go afield that will give us definite Information. The CevJtral Record $1.00 Per Year In Advance. Xancaster, Kentucky. The work of the Commission has a I' tccted. saving It was usolrsi in 1ll,n- -. real economic value. There are 12.3C5 ato fish in waters not protected. S ' miles of running streams In Kentucky, those states which had warden servwhich under present conditions pro- Ice and protected their streams gtr duce considerably over one million dol- the bulk ot the public distribution, Hut lars worth of food fish each year, when Kentucky Is coming Into her own, al figured at 10 cents per pound, which shown by tho Government reports, could easily be doubled If the laws of In 1912 there was liberated In Kentho statu bo enforced. tucky 2,453,570 live fish. lr 1912 tho game wardens captured In 1913 thero was liberated In Kenand destroyed 1,088 hoop and wing nets, 67 seines and traps, and tore out 32 tucky 160,497 livo fish. In 1914 there was llbunMiii In Kendams and fall traps. It is estimated that one hoop net will take 1.000 tucky 12,427,270 live fish. pounds of fish a year, so the 1,088 nets In 1915 there was liberated In Ken which were taken from less than 600 tucky 8,702,916 live fish. miles ot streams represented 1,088,000 The State Commission distributed, ' , pounds ot fish a year, In 1914, 8,473 live fish. j United States Government, Tho In 1915 (this spring) 8,029,083 live through its Fisheries Department, have facilities for distributing fish to the va- fish. TEltMS. rious states, but they have refused to Total number ot live fish distributor Distributing the small fry (pike perch) In Rolling Fork by owners of land The Bale will be made on a credit of In Kentucky in 4 years was 31,781,809. plant fish In territory that is not pr-along the stream. This Is one of tha sir and twelve months and the will bo required to execute bond gsmest of the perch family. with approved security for the purchase price, due In six and twelve months respectively and bearing interest at Shown at Koman's Opera House Each Monday Night' the rate of six per cent per annum from data until paid, having the force . as follows: Located in (iarrard County, Kentucky, in the City of Lancaster nnd follows: j as bounded nnd described Located on the South sido of Danviile I Street, beginning at a stake In the mill-die of Dniivillo Street, corner to lot' betwen this and Johnston; thence with I middle of pike, S 87 w ZK poles to n staku corner ti( Duncan, now Pollard, thence his line S 5 K 55.20 poles to it stske, corner to lot above mentioned ami between this ami Johnston; thence lino ot same N 31 W 57.01 xles to the beginning containing 1 acres 1 rood and 26 poles, but out of the above boundary acre conveyed by It. C. is excluded Hamilton to Amelia Pumphreyr by deed recorded in Deed Hook No. !). page 309. Garrard County Clerk's Oliice. The purpose of said sale Is to satisfy the mortgrge lien of said plaintiff i'iOO.OO with interest amounting t from July 16, 1912, at six per cent per until paid, and also tho sum of annum 82C.10 subject to the following credits: $37.80 and $75.('i0 paid May 15, 1915, with the costs of said action. Visiting Card THE proper thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making calls. Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or mote. U Engraved A Neatly CENTRL RECORD TREES Fruitand Shade Trees Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies ,r,ih!c'l wi'h hesrtbum, Eases and f ..iins after eating take I,, If You f ar "Mi reii-- Dyspepsia meal and you will Tablet n,l u ITd,. t nf n In.tivmpiit tinnn which Everything for Orchard, Lawn and execution n.ay Issuh, payable to W. II. Garden. of the Drown. Master Commissioner 1'irnnl Plrrlllt f'nlirt. anil a Hen will Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. be reserved upon tho property sold un til an tne purcnase money is paid. It. , w. ii. uitowN. m. c. g. c. c; H. Tomllnson. Att'y for Plff. H.F.Hillenmcycr & Sous. Lexington, Kentucky. 1841. 1915 R. E. McRobsrta Capt, A. M. Bourns, Auctioneer. The Central Record, Thursday Nov 18 1915. TO Lancaster Also rOR HOW LONG A Tobacco Stanford Street. House Tako a Warehouse Phone 308. A. Speith 8c Company, Managers. We pay Highest MarKet Price and unload same day. No commission charged. Branch HIGH. at FLATWOOI) PAINT TAINT LICK LICK, kPo KY. H FLYING Lancaster Raises When n nriglihi.r Pertinent flcesticu trill ,.i,.i..f ,... ...tn..!'.. ......... n-- u, ..... ... . ... " i.""fc ....ii !. l i.i.i mv.. orary relief is one thing, hut a lasting cure is altogether dilTVrent There Is nothing alH.nl the work of !)... . kidney I ill. a. the following, evidence prove , d.H.bt. Ceorgi- - Wright, Motel kengarlan. l.nttea,ter. H,y.: -- I ,u.rerl from an! me khlnev secretions amine imick, Uu bothered me, being irregular, enty ami painful In passage. Dmn's KMm-I'llls. procured at It. K. Mc- Itobert & Sim's Drue Store, removed the imlw. and restored rnv kidney, to a normal action." (Statement given March 3rtth. IW1-- 1. OVHIt TIIUKB VKAItS LATKII. Mr. Wright said: "I have had no kidnev trouble since giving my former recommendation of Dunn's Kidiies Fills." l'rtee IVJe. at all dealers. Don't simremedy-g- et kidney ply ask for Dunn's Kidney Fills - the same that Co.. Mr. Wright had. Foster-Milhur- n Tipaf recovered from n serious us thai he has illness, the t llr, lyn.U l'awn your Jewe s. suit your nuto. I'ut n mortgi on your lot. Hock your oven-oa- t Hnil rubber. Ami tin- - trinkets you have got. Morrow all your credit's good for. (,;l " work at night; Sell your furniture ami cariets. det out after money right. ..... expenses, . atop your eat ng, ui ,.ul , work; Tonight It will act as a laxatlvo " morning "" R. E. McRoUsrts Irtjhe ' W. II Kurr raid a span if horse mules to Jack Stlgall for S3"' Kstridge. The heavy ruin of the last i wo days Mrs. Chas Hell of Miss Ethel iMerntt of Winchester was the week end guest of Miss Ethel jlci ilic ri'tard "'ll'. nJ -- Our Hour i Mt ,, , guaranteed to please. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Tmnk v, KILLS turk. INSECTS, FALL CLEAN-U- 'MOONLIGHT SCHOOLS r. r r. m n 1 1 r. m In the war against farm and garden ( Mr. Ill a fall clean-uis a good mean!) Moonlight schools have come ti, stay of attack. I'all plowing la generally recogniicd a. a good method for the until the Illiteracy is eradicated in the United States. Kentucky builded bet,nJur- - uul . i ii.- - niuiiK irmes, ur ill lenin ter than she imagined when she fostercorners, or in the orchard or kitchen ' ed Corn Wilson Stewart's plan for state ganlen, make the best kind of winter, wide night school for Iliiteracy Comquarters for insect iests in various mission. State after state has gone instages. Trnh of this kind should he to the business of wiping out illiteracy ' ' cleareil away, preferably by burning, T"1-T as such burning destroys any insects unii bihic . iuiviii; (iiaw ill me laima of those who are campaigning against among the rubbish. ists MM """" r""" """'"". l'rups.. HulTaU). tt. Y. MUNICIPAL HOUSCCLEANING DAYS. Friday and Saturday, Nov. I Dili and have been set uslde by Mrs. Andrew J. Campbell, Chairman of Civics in the Kentucky Federation of Women Clubs, as "Municipal llouscclcantng Days" for the State. This is eoll to the 2l.lJ Club worn-14nf Kentucky to see that the cities ami taWM in which thev live are cleaned on those days. Chibs are aWI to have the mayors of tMr Clli to issue n proclamation detkritig tlittee daya 'Clean Up Davs" urgilig all citizei.s to enter into a joint etfrl to make their city lerfet. s FWhtwIng are to'ne of Mrs. 'JUtti, Camp-boll'- Take all nshes ami trash from Send id immediately. your back your ruliWsh to the dumping ground. 2. If the city do not furnish teams suggmt to lb men owning them that tHoy drive through the streets with a sign, "Clean Up Wagon" on their wkim with a hell calling attention. U. Hum all rubbish that will burn. Clean your vacant lota mid alleys. 4., Make your street" awl parking look as. trim and well kpl as w.ille. S. Uefrnin from throwing rubbish in the streets. . Plant gniM need nnd lluwer hull to UHtku your Inline as beautiful as 1. tiHgst!n; pOMltHO. 7. If you have unsightly dumw in your Imck yaid, teinuvc, them. ii. If vour store front is dingy, ' paint it. U Tear down unsightly sheds on your premises: they detract from the benuty Open Hpnce or your home and town. a in I fresh uir are better. o to an 10. Ifyourwulki those traveling over it. repair it or build a new one. 11. Clean out tho alleys back of the InMiiiess houses at once. lly all menus do your part to make your town cleaner und more attractive. eje-sor- Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed powadays. It reflects good taste and jat once creates a favorable impression. this fundamental ignorance. The preto his home in Louisville after spending sent campaign planned by the State a week at the bedside of his father, TWO BUSHELSOF APPLES Illiteracy Commission and managed by Mr. J. Wade Walker. Cora Wilson Stewart, is just rounding Mrs. K. J. Walker had as her guests FOR EVERYBODY THIS out a wonderful cycle of educational on Thursday, Mrs. W. U. Denny and revival, I wish the "Movies" could guests, Misses Whitlev anJ Mitchell, get it all before the people. At a big YEAR. of Eldorado Illinois, Misses Joan Mount moonlight school rally in Iloyd County. Martha and Helen Gill of Lancaster, The crop of apples, this year is very Mrs, Thomas Jetferson Smith, said in They have our sympsthy. and Mrs. Woods Walker. close to the country's best record. It an animated adjress, Mrs. Stewart is a hos(s at an elegant six o'clock dinner is estimateil by the Government's ex- constructive statesman. She is a TO MAKE DANDRUFF on Saturday evening in honor of their ports at about ISJO.liOO.ooo bushels. The woman of vision and the woman of son nnd his bride, Mr. and Mrs. Carlos quality us well as the quantity is above Kentucky should be deeply grateful to QUICKLY VANISH. Hedrick who returned Saturday mornthe average. her fjr hsving organized the Women's ing from a bridal trip thru Va, nnd Ky. There are apples enough to give Forward Movement. Why canrot No one ukes dandruff, but to get rid every man, woman and child in the! Kentucky honor her as lllirois has her 0f it you must do more than wash vour About 20 guests partook of the repast. United States more than two bushels Jane Adams and Kll.i Flag Young. A hair. The cause of dandruff lies not in of good fruit. That means an apple sulary of a year, the salary the hair, but on the scalp and in the hair every day for a year and many other, that Klls Flag Young gets in Chicago roots. and just as twice daily you use n for extra occasion. It is n fact that would not be too mucn value set upon germicidal tooth powder nr cream to, the apple rrop is nmr- - than half as big the worth of Mrs. Stewart, but in Ken- - cleanse vour teeth of e:erms. so vnu as the crop of tiotatoes. . .' t if n .1 ..11 .. I ti.nb . i.. ..r.l.ic I .1 tuwnj siiuuim uye t urisiail auue iwice uauy lO " - Mil III .I.e. she must promise to receive no eaiaiy ,lmv dandruff from your scalp, prevent whatever, lty the way Mrs. Stewart its return, protect your hair from fal BOOKER T. WASHINGhas prepared a series ,of readers for ling out and nourish its proper growth. 7) TON DEAD. adult illiterates The lirst of the series Dandruff makes your hair fail out. recently from the press 19 called A Parisian Sage makes Dandruff fall out Hooker T. Washington, foremost Country Life lieuder. One of the leadand your hair stay in. teacher and leader of the negro race, ing A delightfully tieriumed hair and educators says Mis. Stewart has died Sunday at his home near the done a remarkable piece of work und scalp treatment easily applied at home, ' Tuskegee Institute. Alabama of which the people of Kentucky and the entire very inexpensive and obtainable from he was founder ami president. HardenSouth as well as other states owe her a IE. E. Mcltoberts or at anv drug ing of ttie arteries following n nervous debt of gratitude for tho preparation toilet counter. breakdown caused death four hours of this excellent reader which is more after he arrived from New Vuik. a reader and which is so manifestly Ii Ii Y ANTS V I LLE Si .Although he had been in falling thai u labor of love. She ought to make u g condition health f'T several months, his Mr. II. II. Halcomb was Hurgin out of this set of readers if our fortune bocamteriom onlv last week while he people can see what I seem to Bee in Satutday. was in the Hast. He then realized the Mr. J. C. Williams spent Saturday at the preparation of this tine set of book?. end was tieur. but was determined to liurgin on business. He had said make th" long trip South. Miss Mattie Coulter spent several 0len. days in Lexington last week. "1 wen Iwrn in the South, have lived all my life in the South and expect to Miss (.over, of Lincoln, has been the ' die und be buried in the Aoutli. " guest of Mrs. Robert Kunku Washington was born in slavery near Highest test cotton seed meal. reeryfAmsbaUdwitliCwa Hales rord. Va., in It57 or lttj. After Hudson, Hughes & Farnau Caliunct is to tempting (SfVl emancipation of his nice he moved the delicioui e. wholesome Mrs, Jay McOee.ot Mr. Hush Lov, of Williamsburg, has He 1 witli hi family to West Virginia want 'cm all. "'ufyflfl Texas, writes: ' For .returned after a nnt to his thin"' hatd to bake rhht(XfJ boy nnd saved his was un ambitious nine (9) jears. I suffered with brother. When he was money fur un education. I had terwomanly trouble Mr. and Mrs. J. C tt iliiams nnd able to scrape together sufficient money Kil!n Powder It's ni' - KcW rible headaches, and pains In children went tuVouisville Sunda; for to pay his stagecoach fare tollampt in. crate iii price putci etc. It seemed as It my back, n visit to relatives. Armstrong s Va., he entered tien. d so. At I would die, I Misses Nancy Hugan, of Lancuster, school for negroes there and worked his last, I decided to try Cardul, und lldiia Arnold, of Da ville, were couri-o- , way through and academic the woman's tonic, and it week-enguests of Sir. and Mm. Walgraduating in 1X75. Later lie became helped roe right away. The ter Arnold. a teacher in the Hampton Institute, lull treatment not only helped where he remained until 18S1, when he Mrs. J. Will Stoll. Sr and Mral me, but it cured me." for organized the industiuil school William S. Harnes, of Lexington and he negroes nt Tuskegee, to which guest, Mrs. Marshall tiuerrant, oft TAKE devoted bis attention dnring the remain, Ixuiiville. were recent guests of Mrs. ing years of his life. .1. Hogan Hallnid at al'ine Crest." The institute started in u rented Mr. and Mrs. It. M. Sparks, Mr. and shanty church, and to day Itowns3,o00 (Mts Kobt. Denny, of Nicholasville. acres of land in Alabama and has nearly Mrs. Marshal Cuerrsst of Louisville, 100 buildings valued at half a million' Mr. and Mrs. Karl Curtis, of N. l Hollars. The Woman's Tonic vmit.d Mr. Iltlil Mr. .1 Itmru.. lt..ll,...l j which was in full progress last week. Itnpiers horse and mule feed will build your horses up a':d keep them up. Hudson, Iluj;ht-- s and Kuri.au. .Mr. Cobb lias finished his j ib of rock breaking on the Fall I.lck pike nnd moved from W. II. Furr's on I'm pike to a new job near Huckeye. i Itev A. C Itirit rpiivil ntt linani. I mous call on Saturday Nov. 13th, by the (iood Hope church to the pastorate for next year, which will make about 10 years that he has had the c ire of the church and it has flourished under his care. It is reported thnt Mr. S I, lluiiil has sold his farm ti Mr. Peters for $3000 and that Mr Haird wil move to Herea to engage in his choi. u profess- ' i0 of teaching. We regret to lose so good n neighbor and citizen trom our commynity. On Nov. 7. James Ilaker, an old soldier, died at his home o." blood poison, and was buriel in the Stringtownbun- ing ground on the 8th. He was TC years old and served in the Union UT.iy during daugh- the war. He leaves a wife, ter nnd two sons to mourn his death. Sanford Florida, for the present. was the guest of relatives here the pjst week. Shelled corn and feed oats. Hudson, Hughes & Farunu. Mrs. Dr. Edmlston of Crab Orchard was the guest of Mrs. O. C. Hucker for tlje week end. Mrs. Tom I.ogsdon had us her guests on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Tandy Center and Mr. and Mrs. John Stewart. Iho W. C. T. U. ovster supper on Friday evening was u delightful affair and netted the ladles quite a nice sum. Miss bthel bstriJge entertained in an informal manner on Saturday even ing in honor of her guest. Miss Merritt of inchester. Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Hedrick returned Saturday mnnin; from a visit to friends in Cumberland Gap Va. and Harlan Kentucky. Mr. and Mrs. E. 11. Hedrick were Dr. F. M. Walker returned Saturday YY n Hospitals: iari Skin Cere Dn- uperlnr to JK""tI have - ever found Soft anything a.x)thlne, et a powerful auent." onj To 1I0 tho work. r. D n rescrip-tlo- n must be applied according- - to dlrsctlona Riven In tho pamphlet around every bottle. Follow these directions and see! And It certainly takes away the licit r.t once tho moment tho liquid Is applied. Tho skin Is Kithd eulmeil so thoroughly refreshed JeliKhtrully v -- l . r ifTer-l- n riniy r the iiluhtiul lull, tie r.. vv scimh-Ini- r nuln of skin illKwe. hino l.eyi e. t.j sleep be a punthlnir nuhed In l.y ttie nurso'a hamla? llulil That llulil Is the fY.mous V. D. D. prescript. on for ecsema. ink SUPERVISING HUSBE of one of . i.r rromlncnt rathollf liuititutloii3 (nr.nio i t nursu ami Institute on application), urlten reimrcllni,- - a patient. Tho IIeat,e had citen her ej el, rim 3 nwny. Her vr-tanil lips hail Lecomo olsllffureil. Sinco tho uro of r. D. I. hir tirel.rrws are rronlnc. her noso nnil faro hnvo assumid their natural evnroselon," !Iow many eerema. sufferers a'epay. Inir the'r doctors tor treat-xreand nio belnc treated ramo soothlnc, Ii nllni! fluid' .ltll this BS. OEO, V. SICHAIiDSOir frankly IIo-- '!' cooted. All rtrutelits of standlnir havo the. famous specinc aa well as tho efficient. U. V. I). Skin Soap. Hut we are rt confident of the merits of this prescription that we wilt refund the purchase price of the first full size bottle if It falls to reacts your case. You alone are to Judge. R. E. McRoberts. Druggist, Lancaster, Ky. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. I! . Surplus $30,000. Vice Pres't. S. C. DENNY. Cashier. r. J. L. Gill, )EN!JY. IWdent J. E. STOKMES. R. 1. Jmhky, Ass't Cashier. Safety Samual D. Deposit WE SOLICIT Cochran. Boxes YOUR For. Rent. BUSINESS. Stormes, S. C. Denny. J. Alex R. Denny, J. H. Posey. J. E. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. TanKsMiVg ,t v "IT--I'- llt-- l H sHSS& . :l WW " It XW w wvoi ill " llUl - -- llr vvmciv KIIlMP f hi i yi ii n S u Funeral anraclor Director and Embalmer. If an I ( Ollice Phom 18. Residence Fhone 33. nrlt 7 1 Steph-envill- unni K Wfe; r or oaie Our entire stock of . su'f-rc- d . I ' Cardui , as a whole. Same is a good, clean stock, having closed a very successful sale, closing out all odds and ends, through-ou- t our A BOURDON FEW POULTRY CURE Suppose you come and sec the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. . Makes Hens tui--i (a th dr toll Ire water Laj Amazingly Roup, Cold i, Cholera. e 1'revcnti SOu Tli 11 Central Record. totll tnaktl 12 ' A drug K allot) o( tucdlt in. giitior byraftiltoitpaU, Vi4 bl poultry took fu. OUBfOM Lluibtrneck Cardul htlps women in time ot greatest need, because It contains ingredients which act specifically, yet gently, on the worrsnly organs. weakened So, if you feel discouraged tumble to blue, out'Of-scrt- s do your household work, on account ot your condition, stop worrying nnd g've Cardui a h:!ped thousands trbJ. It ol women, why not you? IM1 Trv Cardui. Sur.day. ' I Quarterly meeting services will be cenduc'td at the Methodist church Sat' uiduy evening und Sunday morning and evening by the new 1'. K. Itev. C. H. 'Creer. All members of the church are' requested tu be present at these wr-1 entire stock. This Is the best stand In Central Kentucky and we Invite any prospector to buy. We mean to sell this business as first stated in our sale bills. Call on or write, CbMpanJblgcanBaUngPowJcr t to RtKtOTCO, llxlfliloB.Ij. Sold by J. R. Mount, Son & Co. vicef. i The "Oyster Supper" last Thursday evening at tho home of Mr. and Mrs. CM, Dean for the benefit of the 'Ladies Aid Society' of tho l'leasunt Grove church was quite n success. A neat sum was realized and a most I pleasant evening was enjoyed by i very one present, - Becker, Ballard I & Scott. Ky. tnJ far eupcrior to c jt and 6Ju. PHONE 27. BRY ANTSV1LLE, Page 8 laWBTTr-""- The Central Record, Thursday Nov 181915. HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. BOOKER T. WASHINGTON Noted Negro Educator After Illness. Dies m "" rggffism Remarkably Simple Is The Lancaster Butter Separator Note the abof anything and sence of a top cover. Note the absence everything that would tend to make its operation hard wd .complicated. .vessaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai 'IJtaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaTavl presents the logical avvvvvvvvvvvvvvTftii Lancaster Butter Separator natural method of making butter and as such 15 ing butter making. Note its remarkable simplicity. or. The new invention that Here is the Lancaster Butter Separat- is revolutioniz- Thii ARtrcmant Wltneaseth; Tlint In order to protect the name on our of three Veara we lands for a bind ourselves not to hunt therein, nor permit an) body else to do so. nnrt we further aj?ree to prosecute with diligence all persons who violate the g.me laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpose of hunting Ana we further agree to act as Deputy Game Wardens for the purpose of car rying out this agreement. Except each of us have the right to kill rabbits on our farms or permit It to be done by another under our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible and reliable person selected by us. It. L. Elkln. J. E. Koblnson, W. II. JJrown, Jno. M. Karra, Alex Walker, V. B. Burton. T. A. Elkln, Hasetden Bros.. F. M. Tinder. J. II. Dalton. Logan Hubble, John II. Smith. I. N. Ross. See us for cotton seed meal. Hudson, Hughes Mrs. T. Freeh, It. it. 1, Hickory Point, Tenn, writes! "I am Imppy to tell you that I am cured ot catarrh. Having been nflllcted with cntarrh and stomach trouble for toven years,nnnd after having tried rour little wblK 1 gave up nil dirreirnl doctors, who only rcllevrd inntofor lVrurin, try and to my nre.it hope of being cured. I was Induced urprlso I am now entirely welt My health never was belter." People who use Peruna Mra. W. It, Whitehead, IL It. I. 1'ryor, Oklahoma, writes: "I nm stomach trouble: fed no happy to tell you that I k'P free from my old my work, cat nnd drink catarrhal symptoms at nil. t nm able to do I want, nnd rejoice to know that I found n aura cure In your what valuable medicine. I think It raved my life. Hy beginning In time with I'eruna I was cured sound and welL" FOR INDIGESTION who The I'eruna Company. Columbus. Ohio. Those tsblel object to liquid form. medicines can now procure I'eruna In Are Strong and Happy bbbbvbbbbbk?Qb Sst)JasBaa?j7Jasasssssl sssaap' aBBBBaaai' rVnau. JassssssssH J.US" Window Glass HOUSE PAINT BARN and ROOF Paint -- necessarially as simple ns it is efficient. Strict Vegetarianism. Imitation leather la used Dy some vegetarians for boots, shoes and even book covers. ssssssssssssssssssssssssss. tun iv ,'4j The Lancaster Duller Separator Makes Butter In From Two to Five Minutes "I Don't Fool Good" Thai is what a lot of people tell Usually their bowels only need cleansing. u. BOOKER T.WASHINGTON The Lancaster Butter Separator takes any kind of cream, sweet cream, sour cream, thin cream, thick cream, warm cream, cold cream it matters not what and produces the best butter in the world in from 2 to It does it regularly, 5 minutes time. naturally. Docs it with the very least possible amount of normally ond labor and in the easiest possible manner. AT- will do the trick and make you feel fine. Wo know this positively. Take on. tonight. Sold only by us, 10 cents. R. E. McRobtrta i m DIES AT TUSKEGtE oremost Negro Educator Spent Life ElEvaling His Race, Mobile. Ala.. Nov 15 MoRober is DruaStore The Lancaster Butter Separator Gets All The Butter Fat Out Of The Cream A "churn" leaves from Wfo to 4 of the butter fat in the cream. The Lancaster Butter Separator takes all the butter fat out. leaving to only from the Separator. 2-- PREPARING THE GOW FOR CALVING TIME We aim to linve our cows drop n calf every jour, but nlso nlm to give them at least six weeks' rvst between cnlven and prior to that a ihtIo.1 ol equal length without grain In order to clear the sratem of nil stimulating food inn tcrtil nnd better fit thein to relish nnd make good uso of their test ration when fresh. Sometimes It Is almoxt Impos sible to get a persistent milker coin nletely dry, ns everything fed, no mnt ter what. necnis to go to milk, and In this eae we have to do the bent we of the Uural can. says n Xew Yorker. A cow should cnlrc In good conditio- nnot bog fat, but In good tleitli nnd with Dlentr of reserve to draw niwn. To News of of I . In a year's time this item alone will pay for 1 Lancaster Butter Is Better, Worth More And Commands Higher Prices Than Ordinary Butter Lancaster butter is the finest butter that it is possible to make and as such it is worth more and commands higher prices than any Professor Hooker T WashlnKton'a death was received In Mobllo from Tuskegee, Ala , by Clarence W Allen, local colored undertaker of this city lth whom the negro educator spent vacation during tho latter part of September and October Thla brief telegram stated that Washington had died at tho Institute shortly after arriving from New York, and that tho funeral would occur on Wednesday. A widow, three children and four grandchildren survive. John It. Wash-IriKtoa brother. Is superintendent of i Announcing Their k' V jj ' M other kind of butter. To" the farmer this means more money for fm butter making. To the grocer this means the handling of butter at n profit instead of a loss. To the consumer thi3 means paying slightly more for butter but getting infinitely greater value for the price that is paid. The farmer, dealer and consumer all protit by this Deuer uancasicr ouner. How to Grow Bigger Crops of Superb Fruit FREE Whether TOU need this practical, expert information. or n t tamtam., It tt Inlor you own or intend to plant n few tr (Itl Ut MrnpJr tnd tu your you Km, labor nj m w II thI to a potUl, It you prtfr. BAina and aiVlrvta on Un coupon-- or copy H Trw a itf w n evrtrwher ar cttilnr rfodlfloa (tin, book ciop n4 Ursecttti profit from crop otour XewlaUaOK an It tMt K 4n r .' r- M with hint cup tbt of vunr. thiidf. grmmts Mark llro't ravt inu uuQ4ii in imia trr tec w..rtably ut tvl j bumperat rllhaatiom"lS(. irtfi iiar rrun. of fine I Irv ttii ttma I ft nataratXclor pnoo book T Ha .rl ot ti d Um'.int truilt U thrugh lh book with tarl tiutr .Uo(iIk1 nfttruct mail.,0 Lancaster Butter Is Made And Sold Only By Licensed Members of the Lancaster Butter Makers' Association The best grocers in this community handle the Lancaster Butter Separator and buy and sell Lancaster Butter, l he best tarmers in uus community produce Lancaster Butter, it you want io know more about this Separator and this Organization, that you may become a producer of this better butter phone or write who is the exclusive representative for the Lancaster Butter Separator in this section. Lancaster R. H. BATSON Kentucky One or the characteristics ot the Holatein breed Is tho prepotency of the bulls and coneequenlly their ability to Improve the farmcr'a herd of common or grade coa. This Is not a theory only, becauea numerous Instances of obaervatlon have proved It to be true. When the farmer breeds a pure bred Holatein to hts common cow a of - all colors and ahapea the ofspring- la a herd with Holatein stamped on them and a practical elimination of the scrub miscellany. The bull ahown la a pure Ltti Holatein. Industries at Tuskegee Institute. Although he had been In falling health for several months, tho negro leader's condition became aerlous only last week while he waa In the east He then realized tho end waa near, but waa determined to make the last long strip south He had said often. I was born In the south, have lived all my life In the south and expect to die and be burled In the south." Dr. Washington waa born In slavery near Hales Ford. Virginia. In 1857 or 1858. After the emancipation of his race he moved with his family to West Virginia. He was an ambitious boy and saved hts money for an eduWhen he was able to scrape cation. together sufficient money to pay hla stage conch fare to Hampton. Va., he entered General Armatrong'a school for negroes there and worked hla way through an academic course, graduating In 18TS. In 1S31 he organized tho Industrial School for Neiroea In Tuskegee, to which he devoted most of his atten tion during the remaining years of his life. n. c',r - w-- Me-it- r. yca-U- cti it bvw liult-- f rowtr hni lor your tirlm copy today ta Stark Bro's Nurseries at Louisiana, Mo. Rrad II ami if am about Ida fiaw trnll. Irra triumph c I Mala llro a lone CaO' tuiy el butvaai lb "UoubUla' lbalrtaltt'cnllar rot rsfWn-l- I aBsl(7SBBSBslBSBS t lh Umw Kacta aboal Mbtark LtlktMstM Stark Kr1y Klbrta, and all tb II. KacMt.btatk Uncoio War. Sura Moattorncy Cbrrr Mammoth ttold ftromjt Mark llara and ad tb othvr Uro truttt.bfrit aadornamtntaJt. h r devtlrpmrat lrt Ill 4 arsaalaalaaaaa?s BTIBBBBBaBBBBBBBBBSBSBB HtVt lo DM.A pho- iccrapnIt. Mdll al tht fcsMIK. st H't, mt JUa.4 m ft jV m. iearmcronrpam pipd. rar Hm utaW, itlir latl and addrttt. Get Our New Catalog rnu. (fom tmr corrr with tvaatltal Stark Bro'a JT Surfc . J asOi ii U rm ItSmlM I f - rvsjsW karaw4 tisH U . aUitl. Remarkable Cure of Croup. I FARMER'S COLUMN 5 rjpacr oelow this heading ! ror use of our f ariner eiibacrtbere, aud la (or ih tale of et..ck gum ami audi thint on farm a the tanu.r tauuot afford to edrer accepted, over lour II. 0. No liullce IU n U.i-.of the lluca. Mli.l ia 111 l.euu'1 M ccoait. frt.l iha'Kf IT Last winter when mv little boy had croup I got him a bottle of Chamber-Iain'- s I honestly beCough Remedy lieve it saved his life," writes Mrs. J. "It cut the the eicta B. Cook. Indiana, Pa, pelegm and relieved his coughing spells. I am most grateful for what this remedy haj dome for him." For sale by all dealerr. "1 cannot eat this or that food, it does not agree with me." Our advice to all of them is to take a People Say To Us R. r. Da- - before and alter each. meal. R. E. McRobsrts 25c a box. We handle only 41 per cent protein STATE GAME REFUGE IS EScotton seed meal. The best. Hudson, Hughes & Karnaj. TABLISHED IN CLARK SALE: Poll Angus bull calf. FOR S II. Kites. COUNTY. Nice one. For Sale. On Wednesday afternoon the Kenhigh grade Hereford bull calves tucky Game and Fish Commission Three and posted a State Game ReIt. E Henry. and one heifer. fuge at Pine Grove in Clark county. WANTED; Good Poland China Boar. containing about 3,000 acri-a- . and with 51-- Inherited Qualities. Science has proved to us beyond a doubt that lone beforo men and women lived In homes and even huts they lived In the branches of trees. The streneth found In a new born baby's hands and fingers Is an Inheritance of prehistoric ages, when children and grown-upalike spent much of their lelsuro by day and lived at night In the branches of trees. s BUYS NICE JACK Messrs T. L. Yantis and W. S. had on exhibit last Saturday after old Jack which noon, a fine two-yeu- r they had just purchased of Mr. G. II. Anderson, who lives in the Preachers Parties who seem ville neiuliborhoiHl. ed to be judges of this class of stock, pronounced this a splendid young ani good in head, ear and mal. bone, good style and plenty of weight and height. Phone Bryantsville Exchange the exception of about 300 acres, it Is L. II. Uuble, Iluena Vista, Ky. that entire block of land bounded on the north by the Winchester und Lexington Bed Turkey turnpike, on Fort the east by the Old Pine or hens (Jruif Toms. $3., and hens ?2. each, Dirt ltoad, on the south by the and one torn for $8 Colbvville and To.xl Road turnpike, and Hampton Sisters. Phone 30-on the west by the Combs Ferry turn pike; it is expected that the two or three WANTED:-Goosecond hand corn small farms composing the exclusion shelter. Have 20 young calves for sale mentioned, of about 300 acres, will be A. F. Sanders, included with the rest of the tract ns Lancaster, Ky. soon as the owner can be seen by nn few fxtra good Mam- agent of the Commission. For Sale:-Tills tract shou'd make an ideal game moth Bronze turkeys. is an abundance of gocd Mrs. James Sutton, Marksbury Ky. preserve; there cover, it is nearly square in shape, beHryantsville Pli"ne, 40-ing about two miles across from north f One sewing machine that sewi fine, to south, and over two and $5.00. 1 range In gcod order for $5 00. miles from east to west, it is expected gelding pony to that tht increase of the birds planted 1 extra nice SDotted on this protected area will overflow to trade for good work and brood mare. S. II. Aldridge, Lancaster, Ky. stock the sunoundlng country, and every law abiding citizen should be deeply interest in the protection of this Wanted. game refuge and report all violators to Tu contract now for blue grass for G. II Loveland special game warden it pttture next season. Can use any part Winchester, or to J. Qulncy Ward, of 100 arM ,W niie with blue grass executive agent of the Game and Fish rhuulil correspond with or telephone Commistioii, at rrankfort. m Hi") stating ucrnag and price per The tract Is well defined as to the were for entire next season. boundaries, it has been well posted and John W. Miller. Mgr. there Is no excuse for anyone to go on these farms by mistake; the of all good citizens for the protec Law. tion of this state game refuge it Jefferson "School earnestly solicited. SALE:-Bourbon B d J. one-hal- TOO MANY STUDENTS. sf Hcrca College has closed ita doors against all students except those from the Appalachian Mountain region, un til additional accomodations can be provided according to announcement made the nasi week in the Berea Citl- s;n. Ihs official organ of the institution, Students from other sections of the country who are already enrolled at the college will be most cordially retained, but no more will be matriculat ed. All of the outside space must be rserved for students from the mountains. Students outside of the moun tains, it la pointed out, have other The moun schools thy may attend. tain reeion of Kentucky defined in the announcement Includes Lewis, Itawan, Menefee, Powell, Estill, Madison, Garrard, Lincoln, Casey, Adair and Cum berland and all of the counties east of I them. All of West Virginia and- - por- North Carolina. ..f Vlnrlnla m this end we igmmeuce feodlug three time dally na soou as dry u small amount of the following ration: Kipial parts of brmi. hominy crunbed oats and ollueal. The muntlty Is gradually all she Increased until bu Is van promptly lick up elaiu. Tula auiiiilemeuled bv u hiuj.I amount ut silage and na much bay as Is llkeu. About two weeks before tubing silane Is dlicontluued and boots or lieet pulp substituted. We Hud that us calving time approaches a cow will nut urally slacken bcr consumption of grain, nnd we then gradually decrease the allowanco of the beforo mentioned mixture and substitute bran uud Just prior to purturltluii glvo eeernl dose of epsoni salts and again ns soon as the calf has been dropiwd. Tho calf Is allowed to be licked clean and to suck once nnd Is then removed to the calf barn and placed In a pen by Itself, Meantime the dum has been disinfect ed, lightly blanketed and given a lib eral allowance of warmed water. Jfcv er a cow access to chilled wate at calving time. To avoid danger of milk fever never milk out clean until nt least twenty-fou- r hours have elapsed, but I exceptional cases of absolute distress It Is necessary to rriiiovo u small ipiun tlty from each quarter to afford relief. t hours we feed For tho first nothing but brnn and oats with salt, few beets and hay. After that If the cow la doing nicely wo start feeding sllago with a small amount ot what ever gruln mixture has been decided upon, gradually Increasing tbo allow auce by one Jtound every other day and always feeding every six hours and before milking. Every individual cow Is a law uiito herself, and some can start In and pick up ou a quantity that would stagger another of smaller ca paclty. Tbe feeder must be the Judge ond make tbo decision. forty-eigh- THE TWO WASHINGTON'S. To all nations there Is a leader. To all races there were born the same. George Washington was first in peace in war and the hearts of his country men. We too had a Washington that was first in the hearts of men of ad rkenland Wc the negrues of America will feel the loss of Dr. IlookerT. Washington as we are a grasping race. Aa the United States should have felt had she not gained the Independence REPORT OF THE CONDITION REPORT OF HIE CONDITION NATIONAL i BANK. tlKI.I Citizens National Bank lNl.-!'He- No. 1 Geo Washington BY WIRELESS PHONE n. aralta. CUarUTETWO YUHOUVHaCta. owl. area LL M. ilia f ear la. JB 1. T.ih,m ial kar. all.Ulae. AvoMeWUourUeadlare Half kalu burvaa. Tattuaa librarLM. I vt UkJta.utef aaa4 r tMMtaae sukiue raaJi la fraaaa. rtu t. ai Important. Bear In mind that Chamberlain's Tablets not only move the bowels but improve the appetite and strengthen the digestion, tor sale by all dealers. Carolina are aisu tumpi iaeu m inwV palachian district eligible to send s4tni ents to the Instution iinJer ruling. n.i ut:::: -- .. i .njem,,l,' teeretary of Navy Daniels Sends Out First Naval oraer. Secretary Washington, Nov.. 6. Daniels transmitted tne first naval or der ever sent by wireless telephone to Hear Admiral I'sher at the New York navv yard. From hla desk lu the navy department the secretary talked to the commandant of tho New vnrb vnni tir wiv of tbo big radio . n. . .lln.im and nrrlprari a ra. port on repairs to tha ureaanaugai New York, jsavy omciais say iuo achievement brings closer tbe day when a secretary of the navy may sit at his desk In Washington and talk to tha fleet commanders an over tat , world. tfnb.etlptloii to alock ol redrrat Itr.rrte liailk .UO l l.eaa amount ou UIIMlil I HAN SAFE? IS THE YOUNG llrarrt Haul I.HMial Value ol llauklug liouir. J.UK) W amount I.KOW Ill uueueomlwridl . James It. Smith, Dundee, III,) IJ.IIOttl J.IO U) Netauiouutdua lioiu Initial ltr (Mrs. uulwIU 4A4al I.I a.uai u IlaukluS boilae s aos i .... arrrv llauk 1. 'VU tu Kiirblturcsu4 rlaliir "Is the voung man safe?" Approved IU.lle fiel anil iluafrum Nrt amoiiiit tluallbin radaral ltia- - 2. HH Olk, I III,'. SO cry Acallla This heart-wrun- g to aud at. III New . arv Hank I VAlut Ixula Irum apptuawl that biinRS it nigh, ,Nn anil dmNtw Yura CUIratu ami Has anagu-longrinami due lioiu apprmrd leaerta Nrt aaalllalll I7AIV M 'Tie a nameless dead of a mother WW hi Iiih our. uoni lauii aim ihiii.. Nrt suit Uik- from anitruvad ravrwW) .. . . u ral anil heart. IS IT era toiber than Included li luorll) elllr.ll4.JW aglalnothrr Olber checka on bauka lu lb aaaie Aa she sees her son from his home de Nl ami 1I110 Ir im bauaaaml baukcra 31 97 cttx or lowu aa re,ortluK laitk. v 21 Iticlilrftil lu luor III. lolharlbau part. Fractional curreucjr. ulekela Chrcka ou bauka 111 lbs aainaclljr IJT tJ t 177 and centa . t; u Hotea ot other National Uauke II A burden a mother oft carries in prayer or town aa reporting bank. 1,117 w ctirrcucy. ulcksla L.wruL uoasT Ksatsra l 41 OJ For her boy who wanders she knows Fractional anl ranta. atxiuu iaODS Coin and rerlincata. not where, Koteaol olbrr National llama .. IttoOO l,WW Uialteuderuolaa.. .. Haas. L.wrl'L s.ua no Kedeinpllouluud' wlth'U.8. Tresa. 'Tis aomethlng that keeps her ever C?olu su4 Mossy Ktasavs la ccrtlflcatea.. urer loot mora than ft per cent of OU awake. .. .. Uial-taudr- r nolaa clrculatlou)aud dua Irom U.8. TieaaOW 00 Kuud with U.s.Traaa. igja.m'fl Night after nicht, for his dear sake. Total tban urarluol morafrom V. Mnu ( H.Treae. tiu dua So many pitfalls of crime ore spread L1AIIIL1TIK8. I.M.CVJ.M For the innocent lad so easily led, Total ivinoooo Capital alock paid lu. .nu oo A mother can lever rest secure Surpluafund l.lAlllUTIKa 10.1I Vt I M.rxio oo tluillrMrd proflta. While these dens of vice are open to Capital alock paid lu ... IHH Iteaerved for Taiea.. 90.OUOO0 Humluafuud lure. iin a.ii yt IU.11I IS lludlTlded nroflla. Leae current eiciieea, fa- Is the young man safe Keaereed lor Taiea, .C71 M' lareat aud laiaa paid I l,l7 , U .Vi.uou 70 U.711 oo . When the state protects Clrculatlus Notea outatauillna Uaa currant eipauaaa. in. paid .... ki is 11.79 m IJue to bauka and baukeraW or Sv) The dens which make such hqpeless teraal and ,os 71 (other lhau lucluded In M.MI0M otitataudlug Circulating Notaa wrecks? ludlrldual depoelts aubjacl Dua to bauka and Laukara I27.ISS 71 to check 1,1711 U Laying snares for all young men-- Do (other than lucluded 111 SH or t"J 11.117 71 Cerilllcalea of depoalt depoalta aubjacl ludlrldual you wonder mothera worry, then? IH9.B11 Itl nine pareuie, inciuoius .. tocbeok.. Mou repreaentlna won., b,r- Is the young man safe? MW1 H Total tj;t.as w church and state Total,. la.00 14 Ol' UlNt'AhTKII. klAT achieved much, and OK UNCASTKK. KVAT TIIK were it not for him, where would have been America todayl TheCloseofBusiness. Nov 101915 of Ilusincss Xov 10, 19 tS. We would not have had our Washington man thnt saved the day. the Uvea of great men oft remind us. IIKMU'KCKH. Kkoi'itci:s. Footprints on the sands of time. n:;u ta. u;; j . Luau. aud illacuiiuta im.irni IJJI.TJl II I.oaua au4 illacuuula II. vrilrafta. arc Ulftl I Should we follow steps of Washington, Uvvrilratla. arcurr.1 1 t 11 Ul rii.turvil ... I'ueulxl ilrj.Hr. Ill "areola cirWe could make our lives sublime. I', rl. lloixla flvMallv.l to arcure clr la U. K Uuuda culalluu (I'ar Value) .... .V.UKJ t'l.uvia) M.U0S (0 culation I par talilel of America. ., Cle . . Uen Moran hvcurttlaa utlitr than I'. H Uuutla1101 lucluillns atucka) OKIlril uu."iUI!,',' i'i..it.i rulMcrli'ilun lu atiH'k of ratlrral l.a rtri. - rara liatut iaa Let the BiitsorKsti'caif.CouatTorOAaaio,isi Heed the cry at the city's gate BTATaorXsxTi'caT.CouMTTorUisaiBii, sat I. 8. I' Dsaav. Caablar of tha abors And slop the sale of poison spread !,V, r.Cbamp.Caabler of tbaaboif named do eolemulr awear that ths about to the mother'i "atemcnt la Irua tolh. beat ol mjr knowledr, bank, do aolemulr awear that lbs abois alale That brings gray hair "" meutlatrustotbs br.lolmr knowledge aud audballef. """hler. W. K. Cbauip, Caihler. head. ballet. Bubacrlbcd aud sworn to bclors ns Ibis 17th, Subacrlbed aud sworn to before ma this 17th O awake to the call of living truth, 4.J.INOT '".C.l.un7.Nota Public daxolNovim. W..K.,u.,.i(TmIlei Save the young man still In youth. Uj Commtatlou Kiplraa January VJ, 1H. Mr Comoiliaiou eiplm rsbs. ISIS. More precious bis life than choicest CoaalcT-Atte- ill Ooaast--t Attest I I D. r. IIodsom. wealth, AlsiK.DssiiT,),,, Dlrscton. J wiiasa. J. K. groan si II Otr.CtOTI. The young man's vigor." hia life, bis LswuL.Wil.sss) W. H. KHIOtT. W. C. T, U. health.