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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 10, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916021001_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 10, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 $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. HHSE3BH THE CENTRAL, RECORD. PURE RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. tWIHTT SIXTH TEAR. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON. FEBRUARY 10. 1916. Hand Us That S. Coaatrcul Clth Mteli Toaight. SafMssaTaalaWaaisafSWaitaiaaS.aH, NUMIlR 41. t CATTLE SALE. THANKS! n mf HEATING, Old papers for sale t thli omce. Flowers for nil occasions at Stormri. at Stormri. Engraved Wedding, and Calling Cards 2t TINNING PLUMBING. Hardware, Farming Buggies, Wagons Gas Engines, Etc. Im-p!einen- ts, Automobile Batteries, Tire Tumps, 2t Tire Gauges, at Stormes. Any man whose will power is all in his wife's name is to be pitied. no Try our self riling flour. It requires lalt, baking powder or soda. Send your girl flowers for a Valentine and let Billy Miller order them. Hemp sd for sale. and Farnau, Hudson, Hughes adventurei of Terance Car load northern seed oats just re ceived. Hudson. Hughri & Farnau. See the O'Roulce. Each storv complete Opera House every Monday night. at I YOUR ACCOUNT IS NOW DUE. Lincoln Prize Seed Corn will produce most corn and most silage to acre. For ale only by Hudson, Hughes & Farnau Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. Don't forget Feb. 14th is Valentine and your sweetheart is expecting flowers and wants you to buy them from Billy Miller. See the Free Show at Opera House Friday night this week. Everyone Is especially invited to be present to see 1st episode of GRAFT. Phone For all Kinds of Job Printing. 43 The Ladles of the Baptist church, ill serve court day dinner at the store room vacated by Dickerson & Carrier. Come, eat and help. The Ladies. We wish to thank our good friend Mr. J. E. Kobinson sold forty-fou- r head of cattle last week to Johnson and and the Records good friend, Mrs. W. Whitehouse that averaged 1200 pounds B. Moss, for The Record of June 3rd. and the pricJpald was $7.25 a hundred. This la not the first time she has come to our assistance in this matter and we are truly grateful.and also sppreciative STANFORD FAIR. of the fact that she prizes each Issue Stanford has claimed for its date of of the Record. the next fair, as August 23, 24 and 25th, 1916. No better fair In the state MULES BRISK AT RICHMOND. is held than the one at Stanford and we Mr. W. B. Burton bought twenty fat are glad that they are to have another, mare mules In Richmond last Monday, running in ages from four to six years BIG BARGAINS. at an average of $185 a head. This If you have not seen the many bar waa the best bunch of mules we have gains that Mr. Tom Howard is offering sun together for some time. They his customers, you are standing very were bought for the Wilson Live Stock much in your own light. His stock ii Company, of Wilson. N. C. and were overcrowded and he is closing out at shipped to that point this morning. In coat to make room for his spring goods. this car was a premium pair of 5 year old mare mules, recently bought of Andy Gooch. of Lincoln county, for MEMORIAL SERVICE. SOU. They matched like two eggs and The W. C. T. U. will observe Wil- - weighed 2350 pounds. Mr. Burton also lard Memorial day, Saturday, In their shipped a car load to Butler Ga and room at 2:30 o'clock. All members are were sold through Mr. W. R. Cook, of urged to come and friends are cor this city, who is trading there this dially Invited. It ia customary to give winter. a silver offering at this service as this money is used to extend the temper- THE ROCKWELL SMITH ance work. MEMORIAL FUND. AN INTERESTING ANTIQUE. A beautiful thought was that of the Morrow and McKobert have an in- missionary society of the Presbyterian teresting antique in an old clock. It is church when thev decided tn pall fhlr a mantle clock, has wooden works and yearly offering for missions The Rockis over a hundred years old. It is keep- well Smith Memorial Fund. ing just as good time today as the day The funds will be used iust as thev it was made. It haa a beautiful, wood- were always used, but the memory of en, hand painted face so it has nothing a beloved pastor and the work he so over some of the girls in that line, If it dearly loved will be kept green by the name. has in the number of years. r I I I I j' We have the exclusive agency for the Breads that meet every need. mk Irttam RYE- "With or without Caraway Seeds.rd - If In the following kinds received fresh dally, Graham Raisen Wheat--c,oaudetvfrP0ra- KRIMP- - "The Best Round Sandwich Loaf Made VIENNA- - "The Hard and Tough Loaf. Bread-Kn,W- i,h Sun Mald Also Fresh Rolls of All Kinds. Phone us your wants. Remember we are the exclusive Agents. I Davidson & Doty BUGGIES The best and cheapest on the market. All kinds of HARNESS. Perfect Satisfaction. OLD HICKORY WAGONS f Runs Lighter and Lasts Longest. i WIRE FENCE. When put up It stays up. Stoves and Ranges. They can't be beat for cooking and lasting. PLOWS That Satisfy. Best Roofing, Paints and Oils, pure Linseed not Cotton Seed. GRAFT. When you move be sure tn nntlfv The Central Kecord of your change in Greatest of all serial pictures begins address, giving both your OLD and at the Onera House in Lanraator Prl. your NEW address, so youwillnotmiss day, February 11th. Two shows that any issues of the papers. night, the first one begins promptly at Next Monday Is Valentine Dav .ml 7:15 and the second one promptly at all true lovers show their "lady loves" 8:30. Everyone is cordially invited to how much they love them by ordering attend. No admission to anyone. This is your invitation, so be sure and come, them flowers from Billy Miller. Let and see the best picture ever shown in him have your order at once. Lancaster. The Kauffman Anti-truBill nasaed the Kentucky House by 79 to 5. It NOT ENVIOUS, BUT- fulfills a platform pledge. The Senate s repassed the Bill with the We are indeed glad that Danville is amendments made in the House. to have a hotel and that Stanford n The next time Mr. Green Clay Wal have Chautauqua. If they keep up kergois to Stanford, that thriving mis gooa wora tney will soon be in n. metropolis situated on creek, he class with Lan caster, an v. hav should take a whole hour off in order Joyed both of these luxuries for a num. years and could'nt at thla Hm. to shake hands with all the inhabitants oer or see how we could rat alonir without thereof. either. We do not envy our neighbors An eminent writer has said that we in any 0r tnese good things. are physically, morally and mentally what our thoughts make ui. Good! RAPID DELIVERY. With this as an aid and a guide we ought to be able to diagnose the Haselden Brothers h ivn aMori tn thoughts of every one in town. their delivery system, one nf thn Anrn Trailers and are making some record We are sending the message "I love you" to each and every subscriber of Dreamng deliveries with this modern the Central Kecord this week, for innovation. A man came into their. t nra Cupid will have paid his yearly visit recently and admired a stove on ex before our next issue, so here's hoping hibition and remarked; "if I didn't live forty miles from here. I wnnlil "you and your folks love me and my He was informed that "distance lends folks, like me and my folks love you enchantment" to this firm and that the and your folks." stove could be delivered in a few hrrnr. Helen Keller, who all her life has The trade was made and the stove de enjoyed being entertained by the great- livered, making the round trip of eighty est actors, will reverse the usual order miles in much leas than a day. of such events and become the entertainer on February 11, when she will FIRM DISOLVES. give her first lectures in Louisville at It is with regret we learn there has the First Christian church, under the been made a change in the firm of the auspices of the King'a Daughters. Joseph Mercantile Co. Mr. Authur Mrs. Elisabeth F. Mohrwas acquitted Joseph has sold out his Interest in said by a jury ,n the Superior Court at firm to bis mother, Mrs. Lizzie Joseph, Providence. R. I., of a charge of hav and his brother, Mr. Adolph Joseph. ing instigated the murder of her husb While It is with regret we learn that and. C. Victor Brown aed Henry H. Authur and his most estimable wife Spellman, negroes, who were accused will seek their fortune elsewhere, we of the actual killing, were found guilty. are glad to state this enterprizing firm Mrs. Mohr swooned while the jury was will continue busines at the same stand in the same way. announcing the verdict. Authur was born and reared in our Governor Stanley has the tame right town and is not only considered one of to send for members of the Kentucky our best business young men but he Is Legislature ana "uiscusss with them popular with all classes and will make legislative proposals of importance to friends wherever he goes. Lucktohim! the Stato as has the President of the United States to confer with members WHAHBOUTTHIS. of the House 'and Senate. Constructivn Ill complimenting our good friend legislation of any kind, whether at Washington or at a State capital or in Walker, Editor Saulley takes a dig at He a city, u impossible unless the execu- our city in the following urticle. tive and the legislative bodies work might havo mentioned that Lancaster is on the "BOONE WAY", he certain-ltogether. hasn't forgotten that. Green Clay Walker, county attor The greatest trouble with the potato industry In Kentucky so far as quality ney of Garrard, und moving picture goes in the custom of using small tubers show magnate of that delightful little for seed, according to F. E. Merrlman, village, Lancaster, located just over of Kenton county, who led the potato the north Lincoln boundary, was in discussion before the county agents town to secure a film from local Manaconference last Thursday. Like produces ger C. Haya Foster, of the Stanford like. When dwarf seed are planted the opera house, as his own missed train proportion of small potatoes in a hill is connection and did not arrive in time. large. When the largest specimens Mr. Walker waa kept busy while here from the most prolific hills are planted, receiving congratulations from his large potatoes are the result. When a many Lincoln friends upon his recent farmer planta small potatoes the seed marriage.' is bound 10 "run out," he declared. NOW THIS SOUNDS GOOD. Anti-pasy KAUFFMAN BILL Place Your Order Now. PASSES HOUSE. In the passage of the Kauffman Anti trust Bill by 79 to 5 the House fulfilled another Democratic platform pledge, making three in all that have been re. deemed by it since the present session or me Kentucky Legislature began. the bill was taken up as a special order of business and consumed but little time. The only person who addressed the House on the measure was II. C. Kauffman, of Garrard county, its author, who briefly outlined its provis ions, and concluded with the statement that it had the unqualified backing of the Governor. Glover Carv, of McLean countv. of-fered aeveral amendments, all lending to strengthen the measure and acceptable to Mr. Kauffman, which were adopted. Only five Representatives voted against the bill. The friends of Mr. Kauffman, here in his home town, are iustlv proud of the record he is making in the legisla ture and the stand be has taken with the Governor in carrying out the platform pledzes. The bill is a nonular ona and will pass the Senate by a handsome iiiHjuniY- HASELDEN ; BROS. Stone's Pure Butter Cake Please Who want gttv jjj Received ttf by the Best.jjjjp? Express. Ijj I 1 K Theo Ciirrey. Exclusive Agent. SAYS A Core For Bootleggers. GOVERNOR Jail JITNEY BUNS Monday and Friday, 5 Cents Per Dozen. I 5J In refusing to grant a pardon to Geo. A. Riddle, of Union County, aentencad to ten days in jail for selling liquor ina local option territory. Governor Stanley issued a statement in which he stands firmly upon his original attitude in re gard to local option. In this statement he says: "As a candidate I repeatedly my hearty concurrence in this settlement of a vexed problem which has so long disturbed the councils of deliberative bodies and delayed the en- FOR BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING COIGH, CROUP, COUGHS AND COLDS Make the Best Remedy at Home If everything was sold in as liberal and fair a manner as tho below named drug gists are selling Schlffmann's New Concentrated Expectorant, absolutely no cause for complaint or dissatisfaction could possibly arise from anyone. These druggists say "Buy a bottle of this remedy and try it for Bronchitis, Whooping Cough, Severe Cough, Croup or any Bronchial Affection, and wo will return your money, just tho same as we do with Schiffmann's famous Asthmador, if it does not give satisfaction, or if not found the best remedy ever used for any of Why not take adthese complaints." vantage of this guarantee and try this medicine, and get your money back, rather than buying another purely on the exaggerated claims of its manufacturer or on the strength of testimonials from others and run the chance of getting something worthless and also wasting your money? 128 Teaspoonsful for 50 cents. actment of progressive legislation. I was nominated upon a platform which indorsed this law and set th-- j seal of Its approval upon it as a deliberate and final determination of the whole matter. "The bootlegger may reimburse his losses in the form of fines by the successful operation of his illegal business afler they are imposed. Incarcerated in the county jail he will have abundant time and opportunity to consider the nature and character of his olfense and those who are more fortunate, but equally quilty. will find in him an example of what they, too, may expect after detection and conviction. "The request for the remission of the jail sentence in this case is, therefore. reiuseu. much-neede- In buying this remedy, besides securing an absolute guarantee of its efficiency from these druggists, you also get about eight times as much medicine as you would in buying most any of the ready-mad- e kinds, which aver age from 20 to 32 teaspoonsful, because 50c worth makes a whole pint (128 teaspoonsful) when mixed at home with pint simply one pint of sugar and one-hal- f of water. This remedy positively doe not contain chloroform, opium, morphine or any other narcotic It is pleasant to take and children aro fond of it. You will be the sole judge, and under this positive guarantee absolutely no risk Is run in buying this remedy. Druggists everywhere arc authorized to sell it under the same guarantee as Schiffmann's famous Asthmador of "Money Back" if not perfectly satisfactory. K.J. Schiff mann, Proprietor, Saint Paul, Minn. Guaranteed hero by C. C.;& J. E. Stormes, Lancaster, Ky. TO THE CITIZENS OF GARRARD. TO OUR COUNTRY PATRONS ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. Our new store is equipp ed with everything you need. We pay the highest market price for your pro duce. Bring it to us and get A FREE HITCH at Dock Lee's Livery Stable. Dickerson & Carrier. The enterprising citizens of Lancas ter have adopted the plan of having several "big days" In the spring and fall, and they are made so entertaining that people come to the city from all parts of Garrard and neighboring counties. Last Monday an automobile and other valuable prizes were given away and there was much excittment in the contest. The plan serves well to bring the people together and likewise brings much busineai to the merchants. They know how to do things in that hustling city. Danville Messenger. Of any other Countv in Kentucky or any other State. To Everybody, Everywhere, To Anybody, Anywhere. Do you want to sell your farm? See us. Do you want to trsde your farm? See us. Do you want to buy a farm? See us. Do you want to sell your stock of merchandise? See us. Do you want to trade your farm for a larger farm, do you want to trade your farm for a smaller farm, do you want to trade your farm for a stock of merchandise or the merchandise for a farm, in fact do you want to get a deal of any kind started? Don't delay, get a move on you, let 3K us do the hustling and make you money. Hughes & Swlnebroad, Zi The Real Estate Men, Lancaster, Ky. 6t I I 1 ft FINE ENGRAVED INVITATIONS, WEDDING Announcement Cards and Calling Cards. Q Beautiful Flowers For Gifts, Dinners Wed- - ft 1 ding's and Funerals. STORMES DRUG STORE. - 1 I Best Fountain Service In Town Served In a Sanitary Manner. t 0 Pa! Page 2 E. C. MILLION. The Central Record, Thursday Feb 10 President. T. 19 Id. ' E. DEATHERAGE, J. CURTIS, DR. C. II. VAUGHT. Sccrctnry. Trcnsurcr. Biggest in Price Biggest in Amount of Sales Biggest in Floor Space. MADISON TO BACCO WAREHOUSE INCORPORATED. Near L. DIRECTORS:-- E. C. Million. 5 A. Depot. Dr. C. II. VAUGHT. CAPITAL, $40,000.00. T. Telephone 221. MARION COY. T. J. Curtis. J. SMITH. J. M. II ADEN. E. DEATHERAGE. To the Tobacco Growers and the Man Selling It: SoBfl We Have 1,660,441 Pounds of LB bul Tobacco at an Average of $11.24 We sold last Friday, 36,165 pounds at an average of $15.38. We sold crop lot of J.J. Sebastln.of McCreary ha) isf $34.10 per hunered. The third crop of Tussey Bros., Round Hill, Ky., 2430 pounds at $33.08 per hundred. Garrard County, Ky., 1880 lbs at the high average of These prices are enough to silence wild cat tiilk niul base Insinuation, lmt some people sec m to live nnl move and have their being liv misrepresentation of oir business methods. We thinU the men connected with the Mndison Warehouse Co., will compare favorably with those Interested in the same business. We do not propose to dignify such statements m go the rounds by denial; our business record an ' standing nre sullicirnt guarantee to the man selling. We solicit henett eompctltlon and nre able, to hold our own with all comers. Our business has been gotten on merit alone. When we have to impugn the motives anil business methods of others to get business we will quit. We don't want that kind of business. Something has been said about a better lighted house than the Madison. Maybe this is so, too, but we do know that the Madison can sell tobacco at night and git more money than some folks could get in the day time. $fll, $51. One Haskets on Fridays sale: - U I, $19. J50, (M, $33. $.', basket of 1EJ5 lbs nt $51. per hundred, brought $137.70. The following are some ot our best sales for the last week: J. J. Sehastin, ISSfl lln $31. Tussey llro. 2130 lbs $33.08. J. W. Smith, I07C lbs. $32. lllckmnn llros , f.715 lbs fcH. II. lbs J1S.70 1. I.unsford. (Isrrard rountv IMS lb. JiM.TO. I'rather & Creech, 1(W5 lbs .1. N. Iljbee. llMi lbs $18. I.uther dibits, HGilS lbs fil.M. J. I). $27.00. We have so many crop lots that range from $13. to 111!, that we have not the space to tell you aliout. Wo only hnve spaco enough that we can pay for, erage of $13.12 for 41.000 We have had one floor to quote the higher prices, lbs; one at $13.30 for 17'725 Hps, and one at $IS.2S for 3(,lti5 lbs. These averages we think nre ns good as have been remrted in the state. Tobacco has never been higher than at any time with us than right now. Ilring jour tobacco 'o the oil) Madison who stands like she has always stood the lender In this market in number of pounds sold mid crop nnd Moor averages. Madison Tobacco Warehouse Co. an an of IF YOU HAVE READ CATARRH JUST TRY RHEUMA THIS Day LOWELL NO GIRLS-- DO YOU KNOW WHY HY A.TTSVILLE. I as i Stap' 135 pot 225 por 285 poi) 2S5 pot 285 pot! 275 poif Breathe Hyomei Four Times a Watch and Results. Give Prompt Reiki. The pleasantest. most convenient and most scientific method for the treat Simply ment of catarrh Is Hyomei. put a few drops of Hyomei in the in haler that comes with every complete pachage and then breathe its air for a few minutes' four times a day. It seems remarkable thnt so simple a way of treating catarrh will effect such quick relief, but the most important discoveries of science have always been the simplest. By breathing Hyomei in this way every particle of air that enters the air passpges of the throat and head and goes into the lungs is charged with a healing balsam that kills the germs and bacilli of catarrh and soothes and allavs all irritation. The first day's use of Hyomei will show an improvement and in a short time there should be no further trouble from catarrh. Its action is rapid and lasting. You take no risk in buying Hyomei. A complete outfit is inexpensive but if after using you can say that it has not helped you It. K. Mcltoberts will return your money. What other treatment for catarrh is sold under a guarantee like this? HARK THIS MAN. Ureathes there a man with soul sodead Who never to himself hath said: "My trade of late is getting bad; "I'll try another muslin ad,"? If such there be, go mark him well; For him no bank account will swell, No angals watch the golden stair To welcome home n millionaire. The man who never asks for trade In local papers, oft displayed. Cares more for rest than worldly gaiu, And patronage but give him pain. Tread lightly friends, let no rude sound Disturb his solitude profound. Here let him live in calm repose Unsought except by men he owes. And when he dies go plant him deep That naught'may break his dreamless sleep. When no rude clamor may dispel The quiet that he loves so well. And that the world may know its loss Place on his grave a wreath of moss And on a stone above, "Here lies A chump who wouldn't advertise." HUSBAND RESCUED DESPAIRING WIFE After Four Tears of Discouraging Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Up in Despair. Husband Came to Rescue. Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter from this place, Mrs. Betlie Bullock writes as follows : "I suffered for four ) ears, with womanly troubles, and during this time, I could only sit up for a little while, and could not walk anywhere at all. At times, 1 would have severe pains In my left side. The doctor was called In, and his treat-me- nt relieved me for a while, but 1 was soon confined to my bed again. After that, nothing seemed to do me yiy good. I had gotten so weak I could net stand, and I gave up In despair. At last, my husband got me a bottle ol Cardul, the woman's tonic, and I commenced taking it. From the very first dose, I could tell it wa3 helping me. I can now walk two miles without its tiring me, and am doing my work." If you are all run down from womanly troubles, don't give up in despair. Try Cardul, the woman's tonic. It lias helped more than a million women, In its 60 years ot wonderful success, and 6hould surely help you, too. Vour druggist has sold Cardul for years. He knows what it will do. Ask him. He will recommend It. Begin taking Cardul today. It'n'U to: OiaiMiuota MfJWn. Co.. Lillet' Advltory tVpt.. Chttljnouc.. Itnn.. (or liltrciat book. Hum Iiutructlonl on your CM ni lfHUMOtluWaiiMO,"MallapUlaf(frr, LUrtt Miss Etta Robinson who has b- -i li EMr. Speed Ledford made n business to Harlan last week. quite ill is much improved. YOUR HAIR IS UGLY? Mr. Frank Ledford who hns been J II Miss Sallie Anderson is the attractive That is the Basis on Which Druggists Many women do not realize the necesguest of Miss Viola Creech. with pneumonia is convalescent. nbso-- I Offer This Great Remedy for Miss Allie Creech was the guest of sity of keeping tho hair and scalp Mils Mar) Ilarr was an attractive Miss Florida Holm. Saturday nnd Sun- lutely clean in order to look their best. visitor of this place last week. Rheumatism. Anil you. with only n few minutes of Mr. Robert Anderson was a visitor nt Anybody can afford to use Itheumn day. tonic massage, the hair may be brought Mi3s Corn Hurte is at home again this place Saturday nnd Sunday. to get rid of terrible rheumatism, to n beautiful, thick, lustrous luxuriance or gout, for it is Fold by It. E. .Me after n weeks stay with relatives in nnd that nt very little cost, There was n large crowd out nt SunRoberts and other druggists at only Richmond. Just try these few simple directions day School Sunday in spite of the 50 cents. Flour in sacks or barrels. It is guar- today: Into the palm of the hand Hur weather. It is wonderful how speedily this anteed to please you. Huason, Hughes a little Parisian Sage, a rigidly guaranFlour in sacks or barrels. It is guarsimple remedy takes hold and how tore and Farnau. teed, inexpensive and incut beneficial anteed to please ou. Hudson, Hughes muscles limber up and swollen joints Miss Abbie King returned howoTues- - preparatian to be had at nny drug store; nnd Farnau. come down to normal. It is the best day after several days visit with friends thoroughly wet the hair near the scalp Master Carl Conn of Paint Lick was remedy you can find to driv- rheumatic in your city. with it and then rub vigorously until the week-- , nil guest of his aunt, Mrs. poison from the system nnd bring back Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Floyd, of Dan a soft tingling sensation comes stenling E. G. Creech. health to bodies. over the head. Do this regulaily for a beginlooking ville. were here to We "I was so crippled with sciatic rheu- their son, who last Monday to see few days nnd you wil surely be sur- ning are spring forward and the hope lo school of the continues to improve matism I could not wnlk. Doctors could prised and delighted with the results. slowly. have Miss Arnold as teacher for the do'nothing for me. After taking three The genuine Parisian Sage is obtain- remainder of the year. The many friends of- Misa Lizzie bottles of Rheumn, the rheumatism had able from R. E. Mcltoberts who always Miss Viola Tribble who has recently entirely left me."-G- uy Torley. 129 Sprntt regret very much to hear of her ells it with nn absolute guaranty of serious illness, at her home in Paris entered Eastern Kentucky State NorSummit Ave., St. Paul, Minn. perfect satisfaction to the user or thr mal School reports that she likes her Crossing, Indiana. Get the genuine in the money paid will be returned. school work fine and she is working Miss Lura Parson who was the guest package in liquid form guaranteed. very hard. of Miss Ida Hurte for several days the HAMMACK past week left Saturday for her home Misses Sallie Anderson, Viola Creech PREACHERSVILLE in Richmond. Virginia. and Rny Creech made a visit and shop, Mi. Charles Dillon sold his tobacco ping tour to Danville Inst week. They Miss Ethel Mae Davis entertained nt Mrs. Newton Gill has been quite sick. a card party Saturday evening. were delightfully entertained at the There at Richmond nt 12c. Mrs. R. F. Parsons visited Mrs. beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Mr. .less Lawrence is reDrrtedmuch were about twenty present, and all are McCarthy while there. betfer. indebted to Miss Davis for a most en- Chas. Dilion, Sunday. Mr. W. II. Furr was at Hammack Mrs. Phoebe Carpenter is able to be joyable evening. up Hgain. Mr. Speith closed down his business last week on business. TENNESSEE OFFICIAL Hemp seed for sale. Hudsou, Hughes in the warehouse near here last SaturMr. Will Lnwson has moved to the day, much to the regret of some of our place vacated by James Parsons. and Knrnau. WINS LONG FIGHT Mis) Ncllin Tudor entertained n lot Little Nannie Holtzclaw has been on people who have had employment there during the winter. of her young friends last Friday night. the sick list. J. W. Seaton of Linden, Clerk of Miss Helen Uoyle entertained a numMrs. Mary Hammack who departed tho Circuit Court of the Twelfth Ju Mrs. James Poynter has been quite ber of her hriends at a birthday party this life January 23rd Is sadly missed dlclal District of Tennessee was fit ill of pneumonia. years a sullcrer from stomach troubles last Saturday afternoon from 1 to 1. from her home. In part n result of Ills eo.iflrlnit Mr. Henry Anderson, Jr., has been Many interesting games were enjoyed Work llo tried doctor after doctor. Mr .Inhn Sam An,l..rnn nt I sick for a few days. by the little folks, after which delight. , . , jjo irieu mcuiciuen wuuuui tuu. tuutt.j tit.i nil,..-- . i iu ., ttaiu irntru Automobile Tire3, Ouick Patches, ful refreshments were served them. One day ho took a dosa of Mayr'a from R. F. Parsons. Blowout Hoots at Stormes. 2t Wonderful Remedy. Ho wroto: Mr. Frank Hurte surprised his many There is quite a lot of sickness in Word from Paris, Ky., says that Mrs friends by driving to Lancaster "Your medicine Is tho best In tho last this vicinity at present I.agrippe nnd world for nny form of stomach troublo Jesse Traylor is much better. Wednesday and being united in marI am glad to say that after taklr.K tliu pneumonia, generally. Mrs. Win. Oyehouse, is able to be riage to Miss Fannie Ross from near I feel that I urn well. Mr. and Mrs. James Ilutuerof Lowell full treatment about again after a bad sick spell. Kirksville. While the young people "I had tery severe pains In my Mom-visited her parents. Mr. ami Mrs. Jas. Inch all tho time. Uno bottle of our Mrs. John I), Hutchin? is spending had been sweethearts for a year, yet u ColJiron, last Sunduy. medicine, did mo ten times as mi.rh some time with her mother, Mrs. I'. wedding was not expected so soon. Miss Louri Parsons of Richmond V n , good ns all tho doc tors' medlclno th.it They have taken rooms with the grooms Foley. My family thy who has been visiting her uncle, R. F. I took for two years. Prof. J. H. Hutchiiis and little Elsie father for the present. slclan told mo that I would neier bi Parsons, returned home last week. . I li.irf nnv hotter fmlnv t nm Hutchins, nre visiting relatives lit See us for II per cent protein cotton gained twenty-fi- t o pounds" Uailey's Switch. Something Good. Mayr's Wondtrful Iteniuly Klves per- cotton seed menl. Mr. Ramon Anderson, of the Canaan Those who hate nastv medicine should Hudson, Hughes am Farnau. mancnt results for tto:n..ch, Imr and section, visited his uncle, James Miller try Chamberlain's Tablets for constipamm li i.nr IntAnllnfit nllmi.nta Mrs E. I). Cook has been seriously whatever you like. No more dltres at the Horton place. tion. They are pleusant to take and ill, but is some better at this writing, nftcr eating, pressure of gas In tho Mr, Cert Holtzclaw has gone back to their elTect is so airreeubie nnd ho Mr. Cook was verv ill last week hut u stomach and around tho heart, tiet una Greensburg, Ind., wiiere he was em- natural that ou will not realize that it bottlo of your druggist now and try It also better. ployed the past sUTimer. on nn nbsoluto guarantco- - If not satis-- , hai been produced by a medicine. Ob Tile little girl of Mr. and Mrs. Sam factory money will bo returned. Mrs. J, J. Thompson and daughter. tainable everywhere. Hurt died last week. The sympathy of Miss Lucile, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. For sale by R. E. Mclioberta and all the entire community is extended them other Morgan at Point Leavcl and dined on S. reliable druggists. PAINT LICK in their sad bereavement. u fat turKey. Miss LcllColdiron. Mr. Ilob.McKuight Mrs. Richard Williams, of Judson. Car load northern seed oats just re and Misses Nellie Iteazley and Sally GUNN'S CHAPEL. and her two youngest children huve ceived. Hudson. Hughes & Farnau. Mae Craves and several others were Mrs. Jake Hurt is reported very ill. been quite sick at the home of her Miss Mutti" Woods was at home from pleasant guests of Miss Ettie and .Mr. mother, Mrs. W- - II. Cummins. Mrs. Drew Davis who lias been veiv . Madison Institute for the John Faulkner Sunday evening. ill is improving. Little Miss Eliza Anderson Cummins Mr. John llutner was tho guest of is uble to tit up again after u severe MisHcs Jessie II. ami Willie Miles Ray relatives nt Cal East for the week-enattack of pneumonia. Her many friends visited ut Judson last week. Automobile Complet Painting outfits are delighted to hear of her convalesMiss Lennii llollou visited MissThel Ut $3.00, ut Stormes. cence. ma Simpson pnrt of last week. Mrs. Will Fish, of Stanford, spent Posters announce the closing the store Mr. Jou Masters of Edenton was in of W. C. Cummins for two days in Friday with Mr. und Mrs. W. S. FUh. this community on business last week. Mesdatnes fiuy Rice, I). C. Rice and to complete an invoice of stock order Rev. Ragan filled his appointment at preparatory to a change in the manage' Carlos Hedrick tpent Friday in Rich (unns Chapel Saturday evening and mond. ment of his business. Sunday. Mis. Fred Hall has been called to "Uncle Jesse" Anderson, aged 77, ' Mr. Tulton May and son. Clenimnn, and one of thu oldest colored men in LouUvillu by the serious illness of her So her tloctor pnitl. Her were in Lexington on last Monday und mother. friends and nciphliors felt this section died lust week of grippe Tueday. and of old age. liurial occurred ut sure of it too. They have Tho W. C. T. U. had its regular Mr, and Mrs. lobar t May ami son teo old Drake's creek graveyard. used Pcruna themselves meoling with Mrs. C. S. Ellis on Friwore guests of Mr. Tulton May und and know of its merits. Messrs. T. W. Payne and E. H, day afternoon. family Friday, That old cough that had Thornton have changed houses for the Mrs. William M. Eldridgo was the Messrs Ambrose and fieorge Calico worried her for years and year. Thornton goes to the old Joel guest of Miss Elizabeth Eldridgo in recently purchased u tract of land from years, for which bhc hail Holtzcluw house and Tim goes to the Stanford tho past week, Mr. Prentis Walker. taken all sorts of coii(jh old J. K. Sutton place on the hill. Tho II. Y. P. U. and tho Sunday medicines, has disappeared, Mr. und Mrs. Dock Simpson were at school of tho Haptist church stormed l'eruna is dotnjj the work. Silver Creek und Richmond from WedJ Rev. C. S. Ellis on Tuesday evening, -s-She will recover. Indeed, nerday until Friday, the occasion being tho genial pastor's she lias recovered. The regular preaching services will bilthday. bu held ut Liberty church at lluckeye I Messrs E. L. Woods, Davo Hervey, Her narao Is Mrs. William next Saturday und Sunday. Mid Ross, Jack Davis, (J, M. Treadway, Hohmann, 27CI Lincoln Ave.. Emory McWhorter and Woods Walker Chlrugo, Ills. Kim liui suffered Try our self rising (lour. It requires or with catarrh ot tho bronchial were among those who attended Court no salt, baking powder or sods. BOURBON POULTRY CURE tubes nnd had a tcrrlblo cough in Richmond Monday. Hudson, Hughes nnd Farnau, ever elnco a child. As she, cot la th drinking water Quite u number of young people Friday Mrs. John Land returned older sho grew worse. Bhu Mikes Hens Lay Amazingly coughed both winter and sumstormed Mr. und Mrj. I). C. Rice on from Winchester where she went last Cures koup, t:oldt, CUbJtra, mer. Had to sit up at night. Saturday evening ut their home In thu Monday for u visit with relatives. On Llmbcrneck prefects Could not sleep. "Hut all that Un30c Louis DisVta Parks Flats, very thoughtfully taking last Tuesduy she hud a very narrow es Kallona o( medlcto. At has lift mo now, Pcruna has Valuthis popular young couple a number of cape from u serious burn when sho cured mo." able poultry bock t rto. useful things for the kitchen. Thero aro others, and thcro went to look Into the oven of u gas It Is louaiOMEUEorco. luintioMj. Is a reason. needless to state that a delightful even stove. Her hair was singed und she Sold by J. R. Mouat, Son & Co. ing was (pent. received slight burns about the face. NO CURE, PAY trip Smith Lung Tonic. Relief For Lung Troubles. Coughs. Colds, Hoarsness, Whooping Cough ' Bronchial Soreness Affection. and Lung - misery-racke- d Ooiiliiins nn Dope nor Tnr or Crcnsciltr ! Prepared with care by Dr. T. B. Smith the originator of Smith Agricultural Liniment, 48 years test has proven the best. Sold at trade-marke- Stormes' Drug Store. Lancaster. Rend what others say nbouj the Ltiig Tonic IMief IT. T ;it. Smith, Uxlngton. Ky Dear Slf- Encloed find SO cents for which pleno send me one bottle of jour Whooping Cough Remedy. This has bien so highly recommended to us by Mr. . I I' Miller, that I am very anxious to get some at once, as we hnve whooping rough in the Wry truly family. J. T. MINARV. R F. I). fl, Carlisle. Ky June 30. 1U13. !nl THE NATIONAL BANK 1 01- - l.At'CASTI:R. CupJiul A. R 450,000. Surplus 430,000. 1 . JENNY. President J. K. STORMES. Vice PrtVt. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. ur-ll- R. 1. JMIillY. Ass't Cashier. J. U (Ill.I., r. Safety Snmual I i Deposit WE Boxes For Rent. SOLICIT YOUlt IIUSINESS. I). Cochran. Alex It. Denny. J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormes. S. C. Denny. J. L. (iill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. grrii.m?ri-TTrn.-t.rinr.r..-...i. riTr week-end- ' She Will Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Recover Ollice Phono 18. Resilience l'hnne 33. 1 I ! HONOR ROLL. KY. i ry - gag A F EW I 'We Citizens Capital $50,000. F. HUDSON. President. W. 0. P.lGNKY. ABa't Cash'r H. OF LANCASTER. National Bank Surplus $50,000. Jou J. DROPS .'. J. WALKER, Vice Prest. Wai.Kkii, Jit., W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. blck-im- i. 1 When a bank's surplus equals its cupltal it is placed on tho HONOR ROLL of hanks. Such mi institution inn community Is u credit und assures that the bank Is SAFE, SOUND und SECURE. We are better prepared than ever to accomodate our customers in every way consistent with sound financial principles und wo thank our friends and customers for their aid In assisting us in attaining this high position on the Honor Roll. 4 The Central Record, Thursday Feb 10, 1916 5 Page 3 Prices Are Getting Higher Every Day in RICHMOND, KY., at the is and we treat everybody just the same. We are always a little out in front of everybody when it comes to SERVICE and PRICE and LISTEN, we have the the best LIGHTED warehouse in Kentucky. There is no choice of location on our floors as every foot is lighted the same. Come in and look over our floor and we know that you'll agree with us that we have just the kind of light it takes to sell tobacco. 2190 lbs, $429.70, average $19.62 Oscar Witt 2075 pounds 386.69, average 18.63 Marshall 6 Bolin 1552 lbs 281.26, average 18.08 Clay Broaddus Williams fi Prewltt 16801bs$301.04, average $18.03 Kanatza & Curry 2460 lbs $431.51, average $17.54 Hunt & Howard 1810 lbs 302.70, average 16.72 3205 lbs $534.89, average $16.68 Million Son 1225 pounds 186.30, average 15.20 'A.B.Burns 750 pounds 113.89, average 15.18 Oldham & Azbill 4905 lbs 666.33, average 13.58 Hockaday & Richardson & MAKE THE HOME HOUSE OF G YOUR HEADQUARTERS WHEN IN TOWN. THE FAMILY DC Jefferson School ft( Tl TWJ sf Law. SCHOOUWTES. The new additions to the music class this week nre Helen Stapp, Elizabeth and Mary May Walker and Margaret Cook, thus making 30 in the class. Every period of the school day is filled. BUDGET. ALL ABOUT THE LEGISLATURE THE STATE JOURNAL of Frankfort, Six Issues per week. Only Daily Paper at the State Capitnl. The Wisdom of Settling on a Family Financial Program. The young married man must, to b ( .t A tnM'ti)rt0'l. . ortfiitv Btlf hii i'rs4i. successful, outline some sort of fluun- Vt.T lAfftll' luflUl 'I'tfIf so call at clal program. lie must, nftor careful couIderntlon. decide upon the family budget. Next to the budsct. or In most liro. under In his lucsdny morning cases of even greater Importance, Is visit to the school gave us a most help' protection. mmm mm to V'WW It Is the sacred duty of ful and wholesome lesson on the "Art every married man to provide this proof Listening," nnd the adornment of tection. Should ono remain lnx and for a nice Lunch, also Everything InjSoft Tlie undersigned hereby p've warn the mind as controled with the ndorn lmprotldentI.il ouc may lime cause to ini; to nil pernons not to trespass Uion ment of the body. regret. 1 our liinda lor any purpose whatever ns Therefore when one has Belccted tho On Ia9t Friday morning at the chapel we will prosecute all offenders to fill Ifc, or perhaps one has already dons hour Ruth Taylor, of the class of ex list extent of t- - law. Hunters and. pression. recited, giving a selection so. It Is the duty to announce the fnni' lly budget, and the flint and most Ini' Fishermen especially take notice. from 'Miss Minerva and William Green portnnt part of the budget Is the pro Kd & N II Price It. I.. Elkin Hill'; Master J. It. Haselden rendered tectlou fund life Insurance. W. II. Cook. Mrs. Kcbccca J. West a solo on the piano. The efforts of these No better corroboration of thU argU' James G. Conn, II. U. Arnold. young people met with an enthusiastic meut can be found than the recent J. C. Morgan J. I. Illand. statement of I'resldent Woodrow I.onir Hro J. II. and W. S. Weaver reception. It is refreshing to note the closer felW. T. West. J. Iloolh Sutton. ONE YEAR. SIX MONTHS "If a man does not provide for his W. I. I.awson and son. Howard King, lowship between the home and the children. If he does not provide for SI in Carrie Itouklen, J. II. Higsby school, to observe u growing tending those dependent upon himself, then he John Richardson. the study together the great questions has not opened his eyes to nny concep J. C. Iticsby. COURIER-JOURNA- L tion of human life." A. C. Miles. J. II. Woods. that make for the child's well-beinLife Insurance Is the greatest lnstl J no. M. Farm. The problems of the home and the J. II. Thompson, tutlon for systematic saving there Is, David Steven. school are in many respects Identical II. U Kelly. and It has more adherents by several S. C. Higsby. and the one supplements the other. DAILY BY MAIL Frank Thompson. millions than the savings banks, which U. M. Anderson. J. II. Thompson. A Week" has recent have 17.000.000 depositors. (NOT SUNDAY) It Is not Am and Ed Bourne. Davis Sutton ly been held et Litchfield III. The oc antagonistic but supplementary to oth We will add other names for 25 cents AND casion was made the means of inviting r forms of saving. But as an Institucash. patrons to visit the school and observe tion It encourages systematic thrift the work in the class rooms. All phases more than any other form. A depositor In a savings bank makes of the school work was on exhibition deposit and may Intend to make HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. and displays of the products of all the more. Hut a man taking a life Insurgrades were made. That appeals to be A GREAT MONTHLY MAGAZINE ance policy makes a definite financial This Agreement Witnesseth; That a departure worth imitating. plan for years ahead. If not for Ufe. in order to protect the game on our Two girls of the eighth grade deserve He may forget to make bU deposit In land for a period of three years we savings bank next year, but the bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor honorable mention for the records made the man who takes out the life Insurance permit anybody else to do so, and we in spelling during the first term, will be reminded of his obligation. further agree to prosecute with dili- Christine 1'ollitt spelled correctly all The statistics would startlo ono If InAND gence all persons who violate the game the words in the daily recitation, and formed of the number of young men laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our all except one of a hundred words on In the United States who have lands for the purpose of hunting. And examination, and Thelma Hamilton their first training in saving we further agree to act as Deputy misspelled only one word In the daily through a life Insurance policy. work and spelled correctly all of the Game Wanlens for the purpose of carrying out this agreement. Except each hundred words on examination. A PRINCESS EFFECT. Special Rate Period Limited to These Two of us have the right to kill rabbits on It is interesting to know how many our ."arms or permit it to be done by parents are actually following the work A Smart Afternoon Gown Suitable For Months. Young Women. another under our supervision, or the of their children in school. Tnis work The bodice of this one piece dress It supervision of some responsible and of the student serves as a point of con georgette crape of a over reliable person selec'ed by us. tact between the teacher and parent shadow lace. The wistaria shade cuffs nre banded, This November 15th, 1915. and is thereby productive of mutual nnd the collar Is white crape. Ovei J. E. Kobinson, helpfulness. It promotes n better un this lightness Is n paneled skirt ol It. 1, Elkin, W. II. Itrown, derstanding between the school and the J no. M. Farra, Alex Walker, home and consequently aids in the W. II. Ilurton. T. A. Elkin. Haselden Ilros., efficiency of the work F. M. Tinder, J. II. Dalton, Honor Roll. Logan Hubble, Eighth Grade. Elisha Smith, John II. Carrier. Tnelma G. M. Deshon, Hamilton, Sue Fisher Itespass. .1. N. Uoss, at Subscription be acIt. Cox. II. Fisher Herring, Seventh Grade.-Cly- de lloltzclaw. Courier-Jsent through cepted only Hughes Ilros, J. W, Sweeney, For many years there was a tending W. M. Mahan, ournal Withers Ilros, Agent in to place the responsibility of all of the William, Marcus and Jim White. child's education upon the home; In II. F. Wilmot, J. I). I'ope. these latter days the homes everywhere Mrs. David Chenault, Frtd J. Conn, are recognizing their obligation to this W. U. Cook. J, V. Elmore, work; for instance the homes feel the Huffman Ilros, T. C. Kankin. Ky. responsibility of keeping their childJen Win. G. Anderson. in Sam Cotton. school every day, and of insisting on W. II. Moss T. M. Arnold. Jr. COURIER-JOURNA- L a rensonaole amount study in t lie home. COMPANY, Louisville. M. White, Jno. It. E. Henry. failure in case means failure for llriglit Herring, the child. either A. I) Ilradshaw, There is a growing tendency It. I,. Darker. upon the part of fathers and mothers to assume their full shueo of .responsibility in the child's conduct on the way to and from the school. There was a time when this duty rested upon the school but public sentiment is rapidly chunging. A series of tests have been tried out in Oakland Cat, to determine (a) the spelling efficiency by grades, by schools and for the city us a whole, (b) spelling emciency ana Individual differences due to age, grade, sex etc. (c) the effect of social differences on spelling efficiency. The tests were given In 40 schools with about 13,000 children from the 2nd C. C. PATRICK, Manager. to 8th grades inclusive. The following results were obtained. In all grades Managers. J. F. WALTON, (Uncle Joe) and J. D. CLARK, Assistant but one the accelerated children outstripped in spelling ubility the children R. W. CRENSHAW, Auctioneer. S. J. ASHBROOK. Secretary. of iiormul progress und in all grades excelled tho retaided children. The girls generally were superior to the laaaaBaBaBaaaaaaan Come and how we Experienced men in every boys. The eighth grade girls excelled the boys by 5.7 per cent. It was shown to as we do not that the children of professional men and business men are superior In spelling to the children of artisans. The Irnguage and the social condition of the AN ATTBACTmC DEMON. home have a decided effect upon the spelling. willow satin lit a deeper shade pusiy fuateuwl of wistaria, wttb a deuit-bel- t by novelty button. Tbo purple velvet Powtr Little Utlllztd. t that goes with tula rrocic B raoca Scotch waterfalls possess a million with wlilto tatlu. aprM power. ARE YOU HUNGRY? Vvbty YI HOM .1.1 iMih - t STOP AT OUR Drinks POSTED From Now Until April 1, 1916 for 50 Gents. Less Than 5 Cents a Week. No other paper will have as large a staff of reporters as The State Journal to cover the present session. If you want to keep posted on all features of news at the State Capital, this is your chance. Keep in touch with State politics and see what your Representatives are GARAGE When in Danville Work and Prompt Service by Expert Mechanics. Good Complete Accessories. line of Tires. rG rir doing. $4.00 $2.00 Send All Subscriptions to The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky Everything in Automobile Prestolite Service. Personal Stationery Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. or It reflects good taste and at once creates a favorable impression. MITCHELL & SHACKELFORD. Second Street. Phone 124. Danville, Ky. FARM and FAMILY During January Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. TM13 Ill HIGHEST PRICES PAID Rami tunc Mailed Day Shipment U Received No Commission to Pay Writ for Prke list and Shipping Tan February Only Central Record. M. Sabel & Sons bcQMnlU bbUUM IK LOUISVILLE. KY. Splendid Combination at a Little Over Half the Farm Loans THOMAS & Cent (!) Regular Price. orders when Why pay more7 Loans on productive farms on liberal plan. Conf inential & prompt service this rate will regular this district. ELKIN, at Central Record Office, Lancaster, Ky. i i I R. E. McRoberts. Lancaster, mm How to Grow Bigger Crops off Superb Fruit FREE you own or tutcnt! to plant a few trees or a thousand, It is Information that win ftave ou tim. U'nr and money, Oct It I Simply send u your uii mo and addreM cn tbo coupon or oa a po.tul, It you prefer. W e will cUdly rtfill on a frro copy cverrnbvra aro ecttfntr prodigious olour New C a tali an 11 xbl.t. b ofe irrupt jitu jar co cash proms from cropt of yutiiiz, thrifty, gtnmnt Stark Uro'i J t.ut that Is fcituply p.uk '1 vir mvercrops will enable m to t tree fact ttint vmplutlze tha truth ot finest ftult and rtrlt t xm r.t ol the axlom'tark Tree Heir Fruit," to b" U fUU-prices. The HeautKul lifealie, natural-colo- r photoi with (act that will i.iierctatiii Instruct otleaJintr fruits alt tbrnuch tbo book, s ou facts about Low bvnd lor your copy toUay to Head It ami learn about tho new fruit tree ttiumphof St.irk Uro'ulontf Cm lury oi oucicfcs tue uouti-u- i' 9 raw. r. BIG Burley ftt Lexington VX)U need thia practical, expert information. Whether Good Place To Sell Your Tobacco. Stark Bro's Nurseries at Louisiana, Mo. Crimea Goldcn-- th (Jet the New that retUtt "collar rot recti anoul Mark Uellcloul." Stark Kirlir Elberte, n4 all the latex . peachee, Stark J.1I. Hale M l'eachcf, alto Lincoln Ivar. Stark Montmorency Chcrrr. Mammoth liolj WA Hum and ail ttie other faraoue Mark llru'a Irulu.bcrrice anj ornamental. Irce development department. see handle GetOurNewCat&loff tT. business, like "brag." wa. tr a aoij, beannsyourname an4 aJJreee. A uviu cover v cover with beautKul pho- loirraplii. Mail ui Iht -- FREE 11 6 lochee-Mll- ed Courtesy. Competency. Promptness. Light. Room. Stark Bra'. Dept. 4 4 Jciiv. uilietf juei euklaa ou. u f "i-j W Louulaaa.ata. f J Bra'a uepi. A puxpuJ. rw I eifMCt to plant.. ...... ...treee Wiee.i R.F.D.. i O, Page 4 TheCentral Record INCORPORATED. 88UKD The Central Record, Thursday Feb 10, 1916. UNION SERVICES. BE ENERGETIC NOT LANGUID GARRARD'S Vila-- d WEALTH Weekly. $1.00 a year. R.L J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. services are proving very popular and ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. will be continued throughout the month A good crowd should ntered at Ik Vott Offlci In l,nei.ler, K7., 'of February. a SeeondCLM Mll Matter. hear Dr. Clere next Sunday evening. Kentucky Press Association and Kev. A. J. Clere will conduct the union services at the Christian church next Sunday evening, his tubject will Medical be "Our Social Problems". The union AiJ6.833.762. Member Eighth District Publishers League. Lucaster, Ky., Febroarj 10, 1916 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv 0111ms ...$6.00 10.00 "or County Office Cnr Rt.tfl and District Offices.... 15.00 10 For Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line. For all publications in the inter est of individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, per line I EXTENDS CALL. At a session of Presbyterian church last Sunday, a unanimovs call was ex tended to Itev. H. S. Hudson of Sharps burg, to become its pastor to fill thx vacancy caused by the death of Itev. J. Hockwell Smith. Itev. Hudson was in the city several weeks ago and preached at this church on Sunday morning, making a favor able impiession with all whom he met. should he accept the call, he will as sume his duties about April 1st. SALMON CLUB MEET. We are authorized to announce Miss The ''Pugid Sound" fishing club came Jennie Hlggins a candidate for County into its own last Monday evening, when of Garrard the first ten pound salmon was served School Superintendent County, subject to the action of the to its members at the Kengarlan hotel Democratic primary August 1917. after a lay off of several months. These delightful fish, which are fresh caught, are to be served every ten days NO MORE DULL KNIVES. to Its members and are thoroughly enIf you want sharp scissors and sharp joyed. The members are; J. L. Gill, knives just buy a quick edge knlve and Dr. M. K. Denny, J. E. Robinson, L. shears sharpener from Mr. John Moss. V. Gulley, J. M. Farra, J. S. Haselden, It does the work for we have seen it H. V. Bastin, J. A. Beazley. F. S. Hughes, L. G. Davidson, F. P. Frisbie, tried. , R. L. Elkin. EDITOR LANDRAM Unearths A Freak Egg A freak egg was brovght to the of-- 1 rice of the Danville Messenger and Editor Landram says a face of a watch is very plainly seen on the shell and bv holding the egg close to the ear the tick of the time piece can be heard. Now If "Bangs" will break that egg and tell us if the movement is a Water-bur- y or an Elgin, we will be convinced that he has really discovered a curiosity. BRIGHT. STATE FARMERS At Frankfort INSTITUTE Next Week. Several from this county intend to be and loving tributes of friends attested on hand at the convening of the State the esteem ir. which he was held in the Farmers Institute in Frankfort begin- - community where he had lived so long, ing Febuary 15th and continuing for j Burial took place in Evergreen cemetery three days. Dr. W. D. Pryor, our Newport, Ky., last Monday morning, local veterinarian, has been named a I delegate from this county and is tir- nnnw IHIAIj. ring up quite a good deal of Interest JjUflt CUUN DUllJ among the farmers, who anouid Dy an The claim of the ML Olivet Tribune They will means attend this meeting. discovered the also have the pleasure of being in ' Democrat that it has ohamnitn enMi rificr m Hntra" la dis " ..A, Frankfort during the session or the . . puted. The Tribune says; "Clayton legislature and we guarantee war, our pike has the Representative, H. C. Kauffman will Moore, of Kentintown champion coon dog of this or any other give you the glad hand. state. During the past fall and up to Much sympathy is felt here for Miss J Lena Bright in the loss of her brother, James Thomas Bright, who died Bt his home in Bellview, Ky., last Thursday NO PARDON FOR morning, February 3rd., in the fiftieth GEORGE ALEXANDER. year of his age. He leaves a wife and three children to mourn the loss of a Governor Stanley has refused to par He was don George Alexander, the defaulting devoted father and husband. a faithful member of the Presbyterian banker of Paris, and has given the church and the funeral services were following written reasons for refusing conducted by his pastor He v. Irvin, of to grant him clemency: He was also a member of Bellview. "It appears from the record before the Knights of Pythias and the Masonic me, teat the prisoner, Ueorge t. Alex lodge, the latter assisting in the last ander, is over sixty years of age and funeral rites. The many floral designs in feeble health and suffering with The recapitulation of the tax books Anlkoritj Tells What This show the total taxable wealth of Gar. lard County to be $6,833,702, of this Condition Really Means. amount $4,600,992 is on the farming "When you are languid and llstles. lands, $594,415 town property and or lack ambition and feel so melancholy $1,780,857 Is the taxable personalty. that life seems scarcely worth the liv- The recapitulation also shows 2,923 polls ing, it Is absolutely necessary that you In the county and 1,259 dogs. take treatment to correct these subnormal conditions, because you are suffering from derangements of a vital THE 8TOCKMAN. organ", declares one of the greatest Three parts bran and one part X medical authorities. ollraeal, with clover liny and slicThat "tired feeling" means a good ed beets or potatoes. Is a good deal more than is generally realized. ration for ewes with lambs. It is not laziness, it is a physicial ailDon't let the "windfall" apples ment that needs correction quickly bego to waste. Giro them to the fore it becomes even more serious by pigs. Feed tho extra vegetables taking a firm hold on you. as well. olT that nervous depression. Throw Each farmer should raise all It Is yourdutv. the horses needed on his own Tanlac, the tonic, appetizer and farm. that builds new tissues, viSee that the owe have plenty of water and salt and feed, and talizes the blood and acts so favorably the crop . of lambs next spring on ailments of the stomach, liver and . I ,A T kidneys and catarrhal affections of the T extra thought and cure. mucous membranes, is designed espec f lieu I'tit'v.ij uim imiiiihiu.- ially to correct these conditions. The ly done keeping hogs and makresults of the Tanlac treatment are ing money are synonjmous amazing. It tends to put you back in terms. More depend upon the body and mind like those old fashioned, man than upon the hog. but most sensible folks tht pioneers, Z The ordinary farmer should and to make you study and of real man T raise drart colts. They arc quiet T hood and womanhood. X and easily handled, and by the Z Men and women, from the highest old enough for tlmo . they arc ... . to the lowest walks of life, everywhere mnruet iney win nave rarara T the cost of raising, and the sell are testifying to the relief Tanlac has Ing price u neany an prone brought them. No other remedy has ever won such great endorsements that can only come from superlative merits. Tanlac can now be had in Lancaster at R. E. McRoberts, where it is being VALUE OF PURE BRED fully explained to all questioners. LEXINGTON TOBACCO WAREH'S E CO Incorporated. JAMES C. STONE, President. JOHN L. BUCKLEY, Vice President. THOMAS H. SLATER, SALES HOUSES. CENTRAL PLANTERS LEXINGTON NO 1... LEXINGTON NO 2 Secretary and Treasurer. Phone 701. Phone 1701. Phone 3332. Phone 71S). D. W. Scnll, MnmiRer. J. Leslie K'nlKht, MonnRcr. John L. Buckley nnd Geo. M. Dnlloril, Mnnnjjcrs. WHY YOU SHOULD SELL IN LEXINGTON BECAUSE It Is the biggest market In the world. BECAUSE all large manufacturers have their redrying plants here. BECAUSE all smaller manufacturers buy through brokers on this market. BECAUSE we have thirty nine licensed buyers on the Lexington market. BECAUSE the Lexington market has averaged for the past five years $1.50 to $3.00 per hundred above the entire average of the state. BECAUSE It takes you 12 months of hard work to raise a crop; why not take a day or two longer and sell It on the BIGGEST AND BEST MARKET IN THE WORLD! t t Don't take anybody's word for It, come and see for yourself and be convinced. WE HAVE A SALE DAILY IN ONE OR MORE OF OUR HOUSES. As to the prices we are Retting and the wav we look after your tobscco, alt anr one who has sold with we will stand by anything they say about us and solicit your trade on that basis. We have In our market report for several weeks past reported a strong and active market with a decided advance for common red grades. This week the market has remained firm with values on a par with last week. There was some discrimination, however, against tobacco in too high order which had a tendency to give the market the appearance of not being quite so strong. us J 22,547,200 RAMS VERSUS SCRUBS The benefits to be derived from the use of a pure bred ram on a flock of grade ewes are various and many, says M. J. Smith. Kentucky cxiierlnient station, in the National Stockman. Lambs sired by pure bred ram will bo more uniform In quality, form and markings than those sired by a scrub ram for the simple reason that the ancestry of the pure bred ram Is more uniform 11 Pounds Have Been Sold up to Date AT AN AVERAGE OF $10.63. Our We advise you to bring your tobacco on and sell It as soon as you csn. efficient service and courteous treatment." motto Is "I'rompt and LEXINGTON TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY. Incorporated. LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. ... .... ........ DOGS" T ORDER "YELLOW Pot On IapresMTe Work In Kennel. Almost every night for the past month there has been work in the "inAavlafi itiatory" degree of the "Yellow Dog" I a nntiitiil- - lTani-iamimViAi lift in he,c?n J'",6- - Clayton is fast coming to the front in this Pop - ' howln& v. : . 1 ular order and its membership ' numbers about three hundred. Grand I h" a A"ord"lg t0 th,s' Ceremonial Hound. J. S. Haselden. 'lv Bod opotwm dog b ut no coon confers the degrees in a very impres-- 1 ?" of Je"e, sive and dignified manner, with the as- George th s city, has ono ..stance of Dr. M. K. Denny, as "Chief Scratcher", J. L. Gill, "Chief Barker", dog which during last fall and up to caa ,61 cons' P0S: and H. P. McGrath as "Master and 46 polecats 51 ground-hog- s nel". The "Superintendent of Teie. B num,ber varmints Up phone Poles", one of the most import- had! S0'd wlu,ti l9, ant offices in the kennel, being held 195 hides and has quite a down by John M. Farra and he has . , o..,.oi number on hand. It seems that he has beat a mile". Winchester : :....... .... . 1:. i...- - ... i Moore about a dozen petitions for membership Democrat. Simon Anderson, our local coon huntare yet to be acted upon. The order says be is sorry that he didn't keep is a worthy one and deserves the sup- er, count of the number of coons and port of the public. ' 'possums' his dog caught, but he is satisfied that it was several more than MERGER OF CITY CLUB the number recorded above. tho first of this year, Clayton has, with the assistance of these dogs, caught 79 opossums, 8 skunks, 6 coons, beside other varmints and an endless number of rabbits. This breaks the record for one season's hunting of coon dogs, and we doubt if any other county in the state can make anything like a similar now," I "re ofKn-.J'MWX.1- ' -- ,,, ,. I AND COMMERCIAL CLUB A WISE MOVE. LOYAL TO KENTUCKY. At a full meeting of the "City Club" "If I had my life to live over I would last Tuesday night, it was voted unanimously, that the "Commercial Club" be a Kentuckian again," 8 aid Col. as a body be invited to merge with the ueorge w. uain, 01 Lexington, In a "City Club" and President, G. B. lecluru 81 Macauiev a 1 neater, in Louts- ., .1 . . .. . : a few nights ago. It was one of '...: tswmcuiuau woo man ucicu iu advise ville, President, J. E. Stormes, of tho "Com- - i 8 serie8 f lectures under the auspices A- - ana was largely at mercial Club" of its action. The ques-- , 01 the some men wno are old say tion of meriting the two clubs has been fnuea. under consideration for several weeks tlley woulJ not K through life again if in both bodies and it seems to meet they could," he continued, but I would with the approval of the entire mem- - like t0 nave another chance, I believe I bership of each club. All agree that It coulJ do better. I was born in Lexing will undoubtedly strenchthen both and on- - My mother was born in Lexing M grandmother was born in Lex-t- o should In a few weeks add several dozen ton sleeps its membership, bringing the total iBton. My Lexington in the yard of the church up to near the one hundred mark. Every member of the "Commercial where 1 worship when I am at home Club" has approved of the plan and on ounuays. 11 1 nau my lite to go have signified their intention of joinimr over I would be brought up again in the "City Club". A membership com- - tho country and pluy on the same will be named and every busi- - grass, awing on the same old trees and ness man In the city will be asked for '3ten to tne music of the same song his fellowship, by joining this club and birds. - would be brought up In the help boost Lancaster as It was never 8ame olu" atate, have the same old boosted betore. There Is no reason In Yankee schoolmaster and marry the the world why Lancaster can not sup- - ""no Kirl if she was willing again. Col. port a live, progressive "City Club" of Uain referred to numerous changes in even more than a hundred members, the world since he has been In It, such airships, telephones, While the "City Club" was organized " automobile, mostly for social purposes, the adding telegraphs and varied machinery, say 'he best age In w" livlnK of the commercial features, will tend to make it more popular, beside ac- - history. There would be notable complishlng many things from a pro- - changes In the future, he said, but "The cresslve standpoint .for the city and some things would not change. community. The club room is centrally young lady of 201C may go in her air located, occupying the entire lloor over hip to Canada one day and take her the Citizens National Bank and is hand- - dinner by means or capsules, and then somely furnlahed. We would like to go to New Orleans the next duy and say just here that the columns of tht see and exposition," he said, "but if CENTRAL RECORD are always open she stops off ac Lexington on the way to anyone who wishes to exploit his down she will see a horse sale going on. views or ideas that would tend to be to. ' Neither airships nor automobiles will wards the upbuilding of LANCASTER, ever surplant Kentucky horses." 1 -1 i . blue-mitt- physical maladies which may and probably will, cause his death at no very distant period. It Is urged that his re lease from imprisonment will accelerate his recovery and may prolong his life for many years. "Being a man of culture and refinement prior to his incarceration, and accustomed to the comforts and lux uries of life, the confinement and pri vations of prison are, it is said, espe cially grievous and that his present condition in sharp contrast with the life he formerly led, preys upon his mind and aggravates the diseases which arc wasting his body. With these facts before me, I have examined the record with the sincere hope that I might find in it some extenuating circumstance which might justify, or at least excuse the clemency so earnestly sought by those nearest to him who are sorely distressed by their and hi misfortune. Alter interviewing the Hanking Commissioner and other bank officials, consulting the Attorney General, the Commonwealth's Attorney and others cognizant of the facts and circumstances surrounding this case, I find there is no fact or circumstance which relieves or extenuates his guilt. "This is not a case where the officer of a bank having reason to believe or believing it insolvent lacked the moral courage to obey the law and to comply with his duty in refusing longer to accept deposits. This man knowing the institution with which he was connected to be absolutely bankrupt and worthless, practiced every art of deceit and dissimulation to secure the confidence of his fellowmen and entice them into a known snare. His promises all were false, his friendships perfidious and the weak, the poor and the unfortunate who trusted him did it to their destruction and their premeditated ruin. The widow's mite, the pauper's pence were taken without remorse or scruple to minister to the luxury of his extravagant and ostentatious life. "Old age In its helplessness, childhood in its artlessness were, not immune from his machinations. He embezzled $20,000 of the property of two infant children. Finding a widow with $9,000 in another bank he secured this loan, and converted it to his own use without recording the transaction upon the books of the bank. He pretended to loan $3,000 belonging to a blind woman a Mrs. A. O. Allis; the money never loaned, was secretly purloined. His crimes included numberless embezzlements, forgeries and false oaths. In fact, he seems to have exhausted all the offenses in the category of crime in the commission of a countless multitude of felonies deliberately and per- NAVAL Mhos "PREPAREDNESS" Big Dtmind For Hemp. Blue-gra- ss Shropshire sheep flnt came to when som were America In brought to Virginia. Since then they have ipreiul ao that today they are to be found In most parts of this country and Canada. The Shropshire Is one of the beat breeds known for mutton. Specimens of the breed tune been mads to weigh pounds for males and ITS pounds for females. They are proline producers of lambs, nnd the wool Is close and fine. The Illustration hows a Shropshire ram. sistently committed during agreat part of a long and evil life. "His present condition is unspeakably sad, but it is a condition be brought upon himself. Culture, learning, Christian surroundings were his. He had every opportunity to know and to see the wisdom of course ef usefulness and rectitude. He deliberately chose one whose certain end was shamo and dishonor and imprisonment. His present state Is the inevitable result of his own deliberate act. This man should not again in my opinion, be liberated upon a society which he has so grievously offended and for that reason executive clemency can not and will not be extended in this case." Trieste's Chief Industry. Trieste, la Austria, Is a center ot aeerschauta pipe industry. and bence the possibilities for variation In the offsprlug are inure limited. A deck of uniform lambs with regard to quality, condition, form, markings and weight will command more money per pound on any market than a deck of lamba In which variation U n proi nounced feature. The well bred ram b nut only the COUNTY SCHOOL NOTES. more profitable, but the scrub ram la a luxury very few farmers can afford. The Garrard County Hoard of Educa-fioWhen a puru bred ram Is purchased met Saturday in the oilier of the the farmer pays for him. and that Is Superintendent of Schools. All memthe end of It, but this N not tho case It. C. Ilolan, with the farmer who buys a scrub bers were present Mr. ram. In this ense he Is continually Mr. Jeptha Onstott. Mr. T. M. Arnold paying for blm us long a the ram U and Mr. It. I.. Darker. The usual used. Lambs slml by a pure bred routine business was transacted then ram of good Individuality will often the matter of boundary lines of the sell for a dollar more per head than different districts was taken up. Supt. lambs Blrcd by an Inferior mm. There- Garland Singleton of Stanford was fore tho yearly coat of the scrub ram present to confer with the Hoard relala obtained by multiplying the numtive to contract fot children on tho ber of lambs sired hy the difference In edges of Garrard county who attend the two grades of lambs. value of fracThis yearly cost multiplied by the school in Lincoln county. These number of years the ram la used, nnd tional districts were disposed of In a this product plus the original cost, glvii very satisfactory way with Supt. Singleton, he agreeing to accept the per the total cost of tho scrub ram. In selecting the ram for breeding capita for each child attending school there nro a few fumlnmciit.il consid- in his county. erations that It Is well tu always bear of White Hall was The In mind. First, masculinity should be added to the Taint Lick Consolidated pospresent to a marked degree. The school. This was added with the agreesession of this quality Is Indicated by a strong head nnd neck, u broad nose, ment to continue tho school at White a strong Jaw, wldo nostrils and withal Hall as long as the attendance justifies Ho should stand and allow all pupils who can to go to n bold carriage. squarely on his legs, which should be Paint Lick. Also the farms of A. Ii. straight, short and set well apart. Tho Wynn, W. W. West, S. A. Roberts nnd back should be strong, straight, broad It. K. Conn of the Manse and firm with a thick broad loin. Itlbs were added to the I'aint Lick Bchool, should be well sprung and long, chest upon petition of said parties. capacious with a well developed brisThe Hoard also arranged to furnish ket. Top and under lino should be straight, and tho general form low set crayon, erasers and clean sweep for the and compact. Thrso points are all schools, said supplies to be bought in essential, but should not be obtained quantities and distributed to the schools at tho expenso of quality, us all the as needed. This Clean Sweep is a prepquality that Is couslstcnt with mascu- aration to be used on the lloors instead linity should bo present. of oil. It is a disinfectant and Is much more satisfactory than the oil. Bedding. 8havlngs For The next meeting will be February very liable to loso n AInnuro is 2Gth at which time the question of the portion of Its fertilizing con- length of the school term for another stituents unless the liquid portions are year will be decided, togetherwith sevtaken up In tho holding or other As shavings havu from two eral other important matters incident to threo times tho absorbatlve qualities to the next years work. of whole straw, It may readily bo seen This divided term is an experiment that In tho use of llko quantities of on the part of the Hoard but it was shavings nnd straw tho shavings may the best arrangement they could make bring about a relatively larger saving in order to give the children the benefit of tho fertilizing elements of tho maIs imnure. In actual practico the use ot of all of the school term, as It shavings or straw or other bedding ma- possible in the majority of places to terial Is largely determined by their rel- have good or even fair attendance during January and February. ative cheapness and availability. Jennie liiggins, Supt. u Kentucky, and especially the section, will grow an enormous amount of hemp this season, chiefly because with the great preparedness movement, comes the construction of battle ships of every description and as hemp is one of the necessities In the compartconstruction of water-tigh- t ments, Uncle Sam will likely be in the market soon for as much as can be raised In this State, the greatest hemp growing section of the world, says a special dispatch to the Courier-Journfrom Winchester. Up until last year hemp sold for $5 and ti per hundred, but with the scarcity of help, growers gradual!) drifted away from the crop, and only about acres were grown in this county. one of tho biggest hemp growing counties in the State. Today hemp is bringing frcm $11.60 up, over 000 acres in I this county being sold at this figure last j week, being purchased by E. F. Spears & Sons, of Paris Ky, a firm that holds big Government contract. ,a We have the exclusive selling rUhts for this great laxative. Trial size. 10 cents. R. E. McROBERTS & SON. THE REX ALL 8TORE IP U WALL PAPER. My Stock is Complete and Prices Low. R. E. McRoberts. Diaw A Check for the money you owe and note how much more res- pectfully your creditors re- They like to do businoss with a man who has an account ut the L'nrd you. Improving !& Orado up tho bog herd, but do not Blx or cross breed. It takes a long Wsalth In Cocoanut Tress. time, and It ta usually impossible to fix The cocoanut trees of Ceyloa or make a fixed type of animal by, valued at.fl7,E00,OOO. troM breeding. tht Hog Herd. Garrard Bank & Trust Go. They know he is doing business In a busiress like way. Hetter open such an account even If your affairs aru not large. They will grow all right. ft The Garrard Bank & Trust Company The Central Record, Thursday Feb 10, 1916 HEADQUARTERS Page 5 OLIVER AND SYRACUSE Hill Side Only Genuine Repairs. Gossip About People vgvg f L. r.mln.i - .nil A.l.l II . !aunci niiiiimi ' LfOoinji byThoic Wt Aft inleraUa In. About Mrs. II. F. Hudson who Is numbered gauze over chiffon and satin. ICO guests were asked to meet Mrs. with the ilck li convalescent. Miss Leila Deattv spent Sunday Richmond with her homefolks. Plows and Points Heating Stoves at cost. Lop Robes ot cost. . Lexington Leader. Mrs. llrent was formerly Miss Annelle Tomtinaon, daughter of Hen. Simpson has returned R. II. Tomlinson. of this city. Mrs. Henry from a short visit to Lexington. In Urent. A Modern Lady of Lyons Br MARTHA V. MONROE tions. mo-p- FIND IT IN THIS WLtMN, D I Just received a new line of Harness, Brltchlnsj Collars and Blind Bridles. John Deere Mowers, Binders, Harrows, Plows and Wagons. Miss Jennie Lackey is ill of tonailitli Mlat Msry Arnold left Sunday for a lay of levcral dayi In Cincinnati. Mr. V. A. Douglas, of Parl. has been the recent guest of friends herr. Its been told that you could not tfet repairs for John Deere Machinery. Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Mahan, motored to Stanford In their new Overland car. This is false. We keep repairs in stock. J. E. Mount, Son & Co. The Square Deal House. mm mmniHiMtiHimmiiiiiUHiiHM MARDI LOUISVILLE AND GR AS. NASHVILLE RAILROAD. Only a Day and Night to New Orleans Tickets on sale dally Feb 28 to Mch 6, inclusive. New Orleans $21.15. Mobile $17.75. Pensacola $17.28. Round Trip from Lancaster. Sleeping car fare Sl.00 to $1.50 each way. Board at best s hotels $2.00 privutc homes 1.00 per dny, or at For particulars see L. & N. Agent. per day and up. first-clas- Hm)HMtllllttMIHtltmWUHIIIIttHH DUNCAN'S DISPERSAL Famous SALE Herd Of DUR0C LEBANON. SWINE FEB. 90 KY., 15. 1916 Bred HEAD of Sows, 'JsTKliSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSBHB Bred Gilts, Fall Pigs and Champion Herd Boars. "Hlllhurst Frm" has been sold and this animals of rare individual excellence as well as noted is a great opportunity to buy pro-ducer- s. matter what your requirements are. you will find it in 'his DIG SALE ut auction prices. Catalogues on request. Arrange to attend. No J. C. DUNCAN. LEBANON. RY. GOLD MEDAL Gold Medal seeds are good because they are pure bred. It pays to plant the Best. Buy your field seed from us, we will furnish you with any kind you want at the best prices. Mrs. Carrie Davidson Is in Richmond for a visit to Mr. and Mrs. '.. T. Itice. A handsome little son has arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Bogie. Friends of Mr. It. B. Wilkerton arc Klad to see him out again after an Illness of grip. Mlis Katharine Anderson, of Stanford has been here for a visit to Mrs. James A. Dalton. Mrs. J.' W. Elmore is In Eminence for a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Robert Dunlap Wanton. Keverend II. S. Hudson, of Sharps-burhas been called to the pastorate of the Presbyterian church. Mrs. S. I). Murphy, of Liberty has returned home after a ten days visit to her sister, Mrs. J. 0. Uogie. Mrs. iielle Henderson has returned to her home after a visit to Mrs. Lucy Henderson and other relatives. The Chautauqua Circle met with Miss Mabel Mason, Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. W. L. Lawson. Mrs. Joanna Hall left this week for a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Ilohon Campbell and family in Stanford. Miss Elizabeth Kord has returned to Savre College, at Lexington, after a visit to her father, Mr. A. 0. Kord. Miss May Powell of the Richmond Normal came down Friday evening fur a visit to Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Powell. Miss Matlie Adams is in Lexington, for a visit to Mrs. J. W. Adams, and in run Nicholasville visiting Mrs. John Doner. please business Mrs. James A. Ileazley and daughter Miss Virginia Ilourne is athome after come in and settle at once. Miss Mildred Ileazley, apent Saturday a month's visit to Mr. and Mrs. Ernest 2t Rella Arnold Francis. in Stanford with Mrs. Wm. Hays and Hourne and the Misses Woolfolk's of family. Lexington. Misses f.'ancy Walker and Martha Mesdamea Hettie Dudderar and Kavanaugh were in Lexii.gton Tuesday Henley V. llastin and children are in Having decided to quit farming and vening to witness the interesting per Nicholasville visiting Mr. and Mrs. go into other business, I will on formance. "On Trial". Charles F. Denman. Saturday, February 26th., 1916 Mrs. E. J, llrown, of Stanford, was Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hendren and over to see Mr. and Mrs. Russell llrown Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gullev were in at 10 o'clock a. m., offer for sale at before their departure for their new Richmond Monday for the funeral of public outcry, on the premises, farm containing 50 acres, to the highest bidhome in Ashville, N. O. the late Mr. Wm. Hendren. der. This farm is located eight and Mr. Alex Doty left Sunday afternoon Miss lletsy Ross living cn the Danmiles North Eat of Lancasfor a visit to his sister, Mrs. Bradford ville pike sustained painful bruises Ky on the Huckeyc and Poor Jenning, at Tulsa, Okla. He repects when her horse became frightened and ter, Ridge Turnpike, nenr Coy, Ky., in good to be gone about ten days. ran olT with her and completely demo- neighborhood, near school and midway Mr. Luther Jr.ncs, of Rursville, has lished the buggy. between two churches. Has a conreturned to his home after a pleasant The study class of the C. W. II. M. venient frame G room dwelling with , Mr. and Mrs. Auxiliary will meetnextTuesdavafter-noo- n veranda in front and two porches, good visit to his Ham, near Ilattsville. lien Mrs. cistern, meat house, new hen house, with Mrs. L. G. Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Haselden and Emma KaufTman is leader fer the class milk home, good stock barn and a number one twelve acre tobacco barn sons, were guest on Sunday of Mrs. during the month of February. tiered with sawed stufT throughout, Haselden a parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mesdames Iran Fish, CalthaNewland good stripping room 14x3G. Well fenc Powell Duncan, of Nicholasville. of Crab Orchard, Mrs. S. K. Dudderar, ed, five never failing springs, two good Mrs. W. S. Ilourne and of Gilberts Creek nd Mr. and Mrs. pools and is now in a high l state of ter, Miss Ella Mne Hourne have return Luther Ford, of Danville were recent cultivation. The front runs out to ed after a delightful visit to Mr. and guests of Mrs. Jesse Dunn and family. Poor Ridge Pike with gcod road from Mrs. John Underwood, of Danville. The largest event socially for this duelling. This is one of the nicest little farms Miss Lena Bright was called to Cin- week was the receptionThursday after- -' Proscinnati last week by the desperate noon given by Mr. and Mrs. Charles to be found in lower Garrard. illness of her brother, Mr. Will Uright. ' Scott Urent in honor of Mr. llrent's pective buyers will be shown over the Master Gale Doty accompanied her. brother and bride, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred farm any day between now and the Chambers llrent. Elaborate decorations sale. Mr. Charlie Thompson, formerly of of draperies of smilax with plants and At the same time and place will sell this county, but recently of Mt. Ver- ferns and quantities of spring (lowers one bay mare, 11 years old, good non, has accepted the position of were ued, and ices, cakes and bonbons worker any where and in foal to horse; at the Garrard Hank & Trust were served. Misses Mary Leonard one good old sorrel saddle Company. ICassell and Hettie Harrow presided mare and good worker; one three-yea- r old bay horse, broke to ride; 1 Jersey Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Witt, visited Mrs ' over the punch table, and Mr. llruce 1 Witt's sister, Mrs. J. M. Hurdine last Reynolds' orchestra gave a beautiful milk cow; 1 yearling heifer; 1 aw and wagon; 1 rubber throughout the 6 shoata; week at I.ogann and Thursday were the musical programme ' guests of Mr. Witt's mother. J. M. hours. Assisting Mr. and Mrs. Hrent ' tire buggy, good as new; 1 buckboard; were the guesU of honor. Mr. Brent's Hemis tobacco setter, good as new, has Sagerser, of Jessamine. mother and sister, Mrs. Charles Urent, never set more than ten acres of toand Mrs. Geo. Mr. Harris, of Sr., and Mrs. Don Fortran, and Mrs. bacco; plows; harrows; wagon and bugHiringham, Ala., who have been visitVernon Forman, Mrs. Silas Mason, Mrs gy harness and other things too numing their in this city, for Keene Daingerfield, Miss Jay Daingcr-fiel- d erous to mention. Terms made known several days, left Sunday for Louisville Possession will be and Misses Lauru and Henrietta on day ot sale. where they will visit relatives. Tucker, ot Virginia. Mrs. Hrent, Sr., given to farm Immediately after sale. Mr. O. U. Terrill isiti Richlands. Vu., wore n handsome gown of black lace, Jeptha Onstott. where he has n lucrative position as Mrs. Charles Hrent, Jr., blue embroidcashier in the Merchants ami Farmers ered net, Mrs. Don Forman black velBank. Mrs. Terrill will join her hus- vet, and the bride, Mrs. Alfred Hrent, band soon for her new home in Virginia. was lovely in a gown of iridescent An auto drove up to a building occupied as lodgings In Home, and the occupant, a lady, aalil to the chauffeur; "(Jo up to the rooms of glgnor tl and tell him that Miss Flynn U waiting for him." The chauffeur disappeared nnd returned, followed by an Italian perhaps thirty years of age and handsome as a picture. Instead of looking pleased at the appearance of the girl In the car ho knit his brows. "Come for n drive," she said. "1 cannot," he replied as though anMrs. Charles Fox, of Danville has COMELY-MURPH- Y. noyed. "Khali be busy this afternoon." been with her daughter, Mrs. J. Rock"I leave Home tomorrow. This ts The marriage of Miss Stella Comely, your last opportunity to be well Smith. with me." of this city, to Mr. John Murphy last The man could not repress a loot of Ashby Warren, of Louisville was week in Richmond, came as quite a pleasure at this. He hesitated, then the recent guest of his aunt, Miss Jen- surprise to the friends of this couple. cot Into the car and closed the door Duncan. nie For several years Mrs. Murphy was a behind him. "Take the Applan way," said the Miss Jennie Duncan left Tuesday to competent typist in the Record office lady to the drlrer. visit her sister, Mrs. Charlotte Warren and her friends together with the ReAfter threading several streets they cord wish her much happiness as she passed through a gateway of Stanford. and found embarks on tne matrimonial sea. Mr. themselves on that grent road which Mrs. Hettle Reynolds Smith is visitMurphy was for several months con- centuries before had been the favorite ing relatives at Iliyantsville and Dannected with the barber shop of J. E. thoroughfare of the Romans. There ville this week. was little said between them. The Seal and had manv customers who alman made several efforts to start a Mrs. Jane Robinson left Monday for ways sought his service. They have a visit to her daughter, Mrs. James U. located in Cincinnati where Mr. Murphy conversation, but they all failed. The woman seemed preoccupied. If her I'HXton, of Stanford. will resume his profession. companion had been placed so as to look her In tho face ho would have seen Miss Carrie Miller left Thursduy for dangerous glitter In her eye. As LEE. a visit to her sisters' and brother, in they passed various objects of Interest Charleston, West Vn. Mrs. Mary H. Lee, died at her home her companion endeavored to Interest Mrs. Wm. Lear has returned from a on Poor Ridge pike Wednesday evening her In them. Coming to a columbaprotracted stay with her daughter. January. 2Cth.. and was buried at the rium, a building with niches within Mrs. II C. Rose, of Bryantsvillo. family burying ground at Round Hill, for urns containing the ashes of the She dead, be proposed that they alight and Mr. Frank Conn and Miss Fannie Friday afternoon at 1 o'clock. Inspect It leaves to morn her loss two sons and Dowden have been in Richmond for a "No." she replied; "1 wish for a larone daughter. She was a devoted ger cemetery today. We will visit the visit to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Conn. member of the Baptist church, having catacombs." Dr. Hatfield and family of Danville attntched herself to this denomination Several miles from Rome there Is an Dr. Hatfield in will move to Lancaster. her early youth. She was loved by entrance to these subterranean chamwill practice his profession of dentistry. every one who knew bers, and when they reached It they her. left the auto and Joined a party of Midshipman Lucien M. Grant passed A Friend. sightseers. A guide led the way down thu January examination at the Ana marble staircase, and at the bottom napolis Naval Academy with very high all were provided with candles. Miss NOTICE. marks. Flynn took position at the end of the I am compelled to have line, which compelled her escort to do Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Gullev were euests the first of the week of Mrs. money to pay my bills and the same. They passed through a narrow corridor, on each side of which reGulley's sister, Mrs. Oscar Hilton, of posed the bones of the early Chrismy so Kirksville. Misses Martha and Helen Gill were visitors in Danville last Saturday. Miss Allle Yantls is in Stanford visiting her cousin. Miss Lottie Carson. Miss Cora Lee of Stanford was the recent guest of Miss Maude Foster. Mrs. Frank Estcs and brother, Mr. Hilly Tope art both victims of the grip. Miss Janle Terrill left Thursdsy for a visit to friends and relatives in Inc.'. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cotton motored to the city of Lexington for a dsys sojourn. Illack alfalfa Mississippi lands, stock farms a specialty, also Delta plantaPaul Finch, KELLY-RA- Crab Orchard Ky, It. It. 2. For Sale. Two beautiful mahotranv nianoa Ilka new. Fine tone. Bargains S125.00 each cash. Address B. Greenup. 017 S. 2nd St., Louisville Ky. For Sale. Miss Mabel Kelly, the beautifu dautghter of Mr. Sam Kelly, was married In this city yesterday, to Mr, Ilryan Ray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Ray, who live near McCreary in this county. Mr. Ray is only 19 and his young wife 17 and the consent of their parents were required before a liicense would be issued. Roth of these young people are popular and the Record together with their friends, wish them a long life of unalloyed happlneas. Princess Dresser, Sactional Hook-Case, Writing Desk ank e combined, 1 Drugget, 1 Heating Stove, and numerous otherartlcles, all good as new. 1 Hook-cas- Pd S. D. Cochran. For Sale. Hotel, Livery Barn and two Houses and Lots. Will sell cheap if sold before March 1st 191G. Good place to make money. Call or write for other particulars. G. W. Itice, M3-2mPaint Lick. Kv. For Sale. acres rf land near Hyattsville Kv, on Kirksville pike, small house and barn, plenty of timber to saw. This land will grow the finest tobacco, Deat quality of hemp and 1C barrels of corn to the acre. If interested write. Pattie G. Hayden, 151J 2 Nicholasville. Kv. SWEET CLOVER SEED. I have a good lot of clean, Sweet Clover seed for sale. Home raised. Levi Elam.Crab Orchard. Ky.. d Route No. 2. LOST. A "Never Skid" chain from Motor truck, between Manse and Paint Lick about December 16th. Finder will be rewarded by returning same to thia office. STRAYED. PUBLIC SALE. About December 1st, a red yearling "Come." said Vlscontl; "we shall be left behind," us be noticed that his steer strayed to my place. Owner can have same by paying one dollar for this companion loitered. "Would It trouble you to be left notice and the grazing bill. alone with me?" asked the girl by way D. W. Faulkner. Paint Lick Ky. of reply. "When you were making Route 2. love to me at my borne In Texas you tians. sought every opportunity to get away from others with me." The man's brow darkened, but he made no reply. Coming to a place where the corridor divided. Miss Flynn struck Into the one which the party bad not taken. "Where are you going?" cried the NOTICE. one-ha- lf grand-parents- All members of the Lake Placid Ashing club are requested to meet at the police court room Saturday evening, February 19th.. at 7 o'clock promptly. This is a very important meeting and man. all members should be present. "I am going where we shall not be J. A. Beailey, Sect'y. troubled with others." "Heavens, Emily t Don't you know NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. what It means to be lost In the catacombs?" Of The Joseph Mercantile Company. you are afraid go after the oth"If grand-daug- I ! Hook-keep- ers." Tho man stood still; the girl went on. lie called to her, but she paid no heed to htm. Then he ran after her. She bad gone some distance, so far Indeed that be saw only the dun light of her candle. Hp followed faster and came op with her standing In a space where tke corridor opened Into a chamber. Then she turned and faced him. "Come back!" he cried In terror. "No; wo will remain here. Once, at my home on tho other shoro of the Atlantic, when wo were standing oa the sands washed by tho great gulf, you said to. me: "I would rather die with you out on the bosom of those waters than live without you.' Now I say to you I would rather dlo with you In these subterranean labyrinths than Uvo with out you." Notice is hereby given that the Joseph Mercantile Company, Incorporated, has dissolved and is winding up its business. All persons indebted to said company, will please come for1. ward and settle. SWEET CLOVER SEED. Direct from grower. Large cultivated biennial white and yellow; hulled and Also special scarified for full unhulled. Prices and and prompt germination. circulars sent free. JOHN A. SHEEHAN. Falmouth, Ky. It. D. No. 4. I six-ye- I J e pu.-ent- richtofT THE REEL TOBACCO PLANTS. In order to have good plants you should use good canvas. We bought our supply early and we will give you the benefit of the prices. So buy it now while you can get the lowest prices. A Distinctive Reason What is the chief rcr.S'n for the superiority of Royal Baking I owder? There are several good reasons, but there is one which distinguishes Royal from other baking powders. This reason, which every woman should know, is that Royal Baking Powder is made from cream of tartar, which comes from grapes. This means a healthful fruit origin. It means natural food as distinguished from mineral substitutes used in other baking powders. The Central Record 1 year. Home and Farm one year. Daily Evening Post 1 year. Beautiful 1016 Calander. ALL FOR $3.25 PEDDLERS Buy your goods from your home people. Do not pay the peddlers twice as much. Help the people that help you, your churches and your schools. Trade at home. Bring us your Produce at the highest market MONEY TO LOAN on W. HEMP SEED FOR SALE. The man paled. "You do not know what you are saying." be pleaded. To the farmers who are thinking of "We are In danger. Already the guide sewing hemp for the year 1916, I will has led tho party for from us. It will sell you your seed as cheap as possible be pure luck If we And them again. buy your hemp at the highest If not we may wander here till we are and market price. starved." H. B. Cox. "We will dlo together." "My Oodl Are you In earnest?" "Were you In earnest when you KELLY TOBACCO SEED. played Claude Melnotte to my Pauline? The only thing that saved mo from beOnly genuine Kelly Improved Burley ing your dupe- was that you heard my father's cattlo to bo a hundred head In- seed obtainable, direct from raiser, stead of thousands. You disappeared who has been champion burley grower years. as suddenly as you bad come. You did of Kentucky for last twenty-fivnot know that be had sold his steers Supply limited. $1.00 per ounce. Send and put the money Into cotton. I raiua mail orders to. hero to tell you in these catacombs (hut B. L. Kelly & Sons. I am rich." It. 1, Lancaster, Ky. "Rich!" exclaimed the man. "Yes; rich enough to buy you a palace In tbo heart of Home. Hut what Is MISSISSIPPI STOCK that to us now?" "Nothing unless we can find our way ont of here." FARM FOR SALE- The gill laughed. Then, assuming a Some 3333 acres, about 2000 open. tone even more cutting than before. 30 tenant houses. sbo told blm that sho would dlo with in cultivation. blm In tho catacombs, but would uot About 1000 acres bottom land, balance live with him In tho world above. Then rolling to hilly, but practically all subsho blew out his caudle nnd her own. ject to cultivation. Grass grows In They stood In darkness. abundance on all this tract. About five When tho party of sightseers passed miles from Railroad Watered by livp the staircase by which they bad descended the guide, looking over bis ing stream. In one of the healthiest lock, missed two of tho party, a man localities in the state. Price $16.00 per and a woman. Searchers were sent out acre. For further information regardand at the end of the second dar found ing Mississippi and Tennessee land writ Andrea Ylscontl In n state of collapse. ' us, we handle them. Ills companion wns discovered In nearM. E. WA1NRIGHT. Manager. ly the saino condition a mile away Land Department, from him. BRANSFORD REALTY COMPANY. They ueer met again. Nashville, Tenn. - price. Our terms are strictly 30 days. There is no alum nor phosphate in Royal Baking Powder. ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO New York Farm Lands F. CHAMP, Uank. Citizens National In amounts of $2,500 and up. BECKER & BALLARD PHONE 27. bryantsville;, Ky, Lancaster, Kentucky. The Best Recommendation. any The strongest recommendation article may receive is a favorable word from the user. It is tho recommendations of those who have used it that makes Chamberlain's Cough Remedy so Mrs. popular. Amanda Gierheart, Wayneafleld. Ohio, writes, "Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy has been used in my family oft and on for twenty years and it has never failed to cure a cough or cold." Obtainable tverywbsre. 1m, In sealed sanitary cans. Finest for tilJutM ami baUug. Ask your grocer for It- -' Pwal Ktul card for booklet of l'rlzo Ilcvinco a P. BUFF 4 B0K3 830 Daquouio Way, Pittsburgh, IX Page 6 1 he Central Record, Thursday Feb 10, 1916. War With Mexico uc are Is a Very Much Debated Question but Everybody Agrees That The ... p L h lenton County Nursery Co., Rogers, Ark. (irst-elnf- Is the plncc to buy the bargains in strictly stn'cirfpeittd Fruit Trees, Berry Plants, Grape Vines. Ornnmcntnls, etc, for Spring planting. Oive us about live minutes of your time ami be convinced thnt Kenton Cntinij. Arkniifr?. hears the dlstinctlcii of having offerind yon the greatest bargains you were ever oiTercd in nursery sto.k. We are i.i'e.l in thu vory heart of the Ozarks. in one of the fliii'st fruit sections of the world Guaranteed. Iheyure grown liy s more acres in fruit than nny plncc in the whole world for the area it covers. Our trees are propagated from (he finctt varieties of fruits and healthiest ttt cp grown. They ate in eerv respect nn expert nurserymnn, n mnn who has been on this job more than a iunrter of a century, This Mr.ik mutt move for Spring planting er go n il.e bruh pile and be burned. Helow arc vnritics we ate offe mg ami the prices cut half intwo. flrst-rlnsr, high-tirad1 let Apples. In Lois of 1 Strawberries by the Million 100 1(1000 plants 90o, 1U00, 3.50. 10.000, $25.00 lo 50 50 io 5C0 500 and cp Was 8c now 4c Was 10c now Sc Was 20c now 10c Verv early Very early 2 to 3 ft whs lflc now Fc. Was l'.'c now fic. Was 20c now 10c 3 to 4 ft was 25c nowl 2c. Was 25c now 12c 4 to 6 ft was 30c nowlGc. Henry Clay Yellow Transparent 1250 1700 2150 3200 750 3150 G150 900 240 350 1400 2175 700 9125 7000 12000 4000 3275 15000 7800 8000 20000 14C00 12500 7000 3000 2100 9000 8500 6000 7500 2500 375 600 1100 300 Mitchell Early, Excelsior, Klondyke, Aroma, Early Ozark, Eureka. Ever Hearing sorts, 100, $2 00; $10.00 per 1000. Grapes, in lots of 1 to CO was 16c. now 10c; 50 to 500, whs 10c, now 6c: 500 and up, was 6c now 4c. Moores Early, Catawba. Concord,' Niagara. 7000 8500 2500 1500 1100 1750 1700 1 Early Harvest Liveland Raspberry Wilson Ktd June Stilbbling June Maiden Illush Ked Astrachan Horse Apples Summer Queen Imp-riltambo al Fall Winesap Wealthy Rusty Coats Grimes Golden Home Beauty Jonathan Shannon Pippin Yellow Newton Pippin Delicious Gano lien Davis ' Stayman Winesap Mammoth Mack Twig' Arkansas Black Ingram Snockley Limbertwigs Huntsman Favorite Baldwin Missouri Pippin Bananna York Imperial Golden Sweet Paradise, Sweet Florence Crab Whitney Crab Very early Early rummer Early summer Early summer Early summer I.ate summer Late summer Late summer Ldte summer Early fall Early fall Early fall Early winter Early winter Early winter Early winter Late winter Late winter Lato winter Late winter' Late winter Late winter Late winter Late winter Late winter Late winter Late winter Late winter Late winter Late winter Late winter Summer Winter Early winter Early winter to 2 ft. I.ate Cling Stone I.ate Cling Stone Late Cling Slon.i S(enson Oct. Very I.ate Free Stone Kruminel Oct. Very I.ate Cling Slone Early Elberta Mid Season Free Stone Mammoth Cling Latest uf all Hale (Million Dollar Peach) Free Stone Hale and Early Elberta, were 45c. now 20c White EnglMi Heath Cling Henrietta (iernnlums: Wire 10. now Soft Maple', C to 8 ft., wn 6V. 9 35 now 20c. Tulip Poplars. 6 to 8 It. was to now 20c. Carolina Poplars, (! to 8 ft., was 25 now 15c. 01. Privi'lls, 2 to .'I ft., was 6 now Ic. Arborvitae. 2 lo 3 ft., was $1.00 now 15c. Send your order for frost Proof Cabbage plant Price Guarnntetd, Pears. In Lois of 1 Peaches In lots of 1 lo 50 2 to 3 ft, was 15c now 7c. 3 to 4 tt, was 20c now 10c 4 to 6 ft, was 23c nnv 12j 2000 Mayflower 15000 Bed Bird 1250 800 1000 700 1500 COO Greensboro Alexander Snecd Eureka Waddell 50 to 500 500 and op. Was 12c now 6c. Wns 8c now 4c. Was 10c now 8c. Was 12c now 6c Was 2Jc now 10c Wai 16s now 8c Very Early Semi Cling Vcrv Early Semi Cling Very Early Free Stone Very Early Cling Stone Very Early Cling Slone Very Early Free Stone Early Early Early Early Early Early Early Free Stone Free Stone Semi Cling Cherries. In Lois of 1 lo 50 3 to 4ft. was 50 now 25c 1210 Dye house 1900 Early Richmond 725 261 lo 50 50 lo 500 Was 40 now 20c. 500 and Up. Was 20 now 10c. Very Eaily Early Mid Season Montmorency English Morilla 3 to 4 ft. was 30c now 15c 4 to 6 ft. was 50c now 25c Knonce 2100 3400 Bartlett 200 Clapps Favorite 650 Anjoii 50 to 500 Was 25c now 12c Was 40c now 20c 500 and Up Was 20c now 10c Was Hoc now 15c Summer Summer Summer Summer Full Fall Late Kim 1100 4000 70 Sweet Cherries. 1 Garber's Flrmirh Beauty Keiirers Alton .Mamie Boss 160 310 1120 Black Tartarian Early Mid Season Lambert Windsor Late 750 9000 600 600 2000 1800 1230 7000 5000 20000 2500 4600 5000 8000 2000 Cannon Champion Arp Beauty Fitzgerald Belle of Ga Crawford Early Stump the World Old Mixon cling Free Free Free Free Mid Season Free Mid Season Free .Mid Season Free Mid Season Mid Season Mid Season Mid Season Mid Season Cling Elberta Mountain Uose Heath Cling Free Free Cling Crawford Late Captain Ede Crosby U000 9000 730 5000 4500 Elberta Cling Gold Dust Snlway Late Elberta Bed Indian Free Late Free Late Free l.ale Cling Late Cling L.ite Cling Late Free Late Cling Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Plums. In lots of 1 to 50 3 to 4 ft. Was 30 now 15c 975 Ited June Wildgoose 1200 3200 2100 3000 50 lo 500 Was 2.1 500 and up. Was 20 now 10c Very Early Very Early now 11c Abundance Burbank Wixon Blue Damson Gold 640 975 1110 Early Early Late I.ate Early Winter Winter Nrllis Winter Apricots Price 3 to 4 ft., was 25 now I Re. Early Golden. Suptrb, Moorepark. Rhubarb, or Pie plants, was Id, now (V. Asparagus, was 10, now 5c. GoosfUrries. in lot of to 50, was 30 now 15c; 50 to 500, was Douning, Houghton Industry. 15c. now . Currants, was 10c now 6c. Red Dutch Fay's 1'rolitlc. Raspberries, in lots of I to M was 5 now 3c; 50 to 50O was 4 now 2r; COO ami up, was 3, now I Jo. Cumberland (Blk), Gregg (Blk). Miller (Hull. Hlarkberric., in lots of I to 50. was 5. now 3c; 50 to5s)was3now Early Harvest, Sn)der. 2Jc. fsil up was 2c ihiw IJc. Kittatiny. Merrrrrau, Rathbun. 1 Ik-- German Prunes Ornamental Plants. Roses: Field grown; leading varieties, Roses, bulbs 9c. Cannas: All colors; were 20, now 15c. Ilutterlly Hush: Was GO. now 25. Ferns: Were 50. now 25c. Were 50c now 25c. Tube was 10. now 6c. lots I to 50. was 5 now 3c; 50 to 500 was 3 now UO up was 2, i.ow IJc. Austin Improved, l.ucrrlia. Junrlx-rnrs- . Has 10, ihiw 5c. I.gant-rriewas 20. now 9c. Quinces; 3 to I ft , wasVi. now 15c. Champion, Orange. Mulberries, 3 to I ft., was .lit now 15c. New Everbearing Russian. Japanese Persimmon, 3 to 4 fl, was 5) now 30c. Mikado. Imperial. lYcan, pHx-- r shell, budded or grafted. Stuart, I'abst, Seh'ey, 2 to 3 ft., was $1 50. now c. Himalaya, , Dewlx-rries- All our stock has been inspected by the State Nusery Inspsctorn i ."j unri to be absolutely free from all insects and diseases. AH stoik is fuinigntcn before leaving the Nursery. Our flipping fiiiKin begins nlxuit Match the 20th. We pay the freight or express charges on orders amounting to 55.00 or more. Send in your order now, don't wait, as the first in is first served. If we ore out of any varieties you oidr- - may we substitute with one as near as possible? In nnswerintf this add, tell us in what paper you saw it. We allow 5 per cent discount on all orders accompanied with the cash. Remember, our GUARANTEE ts, ycu must be sntUfied. We guarantee everthinjj we ship to condition, mail us your order today. Yours for Business. reach you in first-class Rogers, THE "RED BERKSHIRE" Ark- - Miss Fannie McQurrry visited Miss and bred them. When the driving over for n big auto truck with which he will week's entertainment will be about STANFORD Willing lo Help Him. ! scour the country for an thing in li $750. Ths ladies have sold 300 tickets Liza Tankersley. these long journeys to the Southern Ilookkrper (beclnnlae his plea for and hope to be able to sell the remain Mr. W. W. Saunders s able to be out , line. markets came to an end. because of Miss Dim Tankersley visited at W a raise) Tv crown rrajr In your One Of Tie Oldest Breed Of Hogs Es- improved shipping facilities, these men after several days illness senrtc. Mr. Stone, and Newspaper County Clerk G. B. Cooper left Sun ing 75. A tentative program has been II, Furr last week. Owner (Interrupting;! who had seen their superiority, contin"If you'll forMiss Myrtle Murray, of Crab Orchard i day morning foi Martinsville Ind to drafted for the Chautauqua which is tablished In This Country Many Preacher Garlin'a baby died last ward a self addressed stamped envelued to breed them on their farms. is the guest ot friends here. join his son. Mr. Edward Cooper of very attractive, one of the chief feat- week with pneumonia. ope to our beauty column conductor, They found them prolific, good rustlers visit at ures being William Jennings Bryan or Years Ago. has been Leitchfield III, for a Sheriff J. G. Weatuerford Mr. Gip Carson and Miss Anna Ealm ah1l srud you an eircllent and perVice President Thomas S. Marshall for and easily and quickly matured. After quite ill for several days with grippe. that health resort were married last week. fectly harmless remedy 1" Puck. a lecture. the passing of these men their descendhome Mrs. G. L. Penny has returned The following interesting article was ants and neighbors kept the breed pure Miss Levisa Harris, of Hubble, has Mr. W. II. Tankersley visited Mr. read before the Swine Breeders As- and for several generations since have been the guest of Miss Sue Engleman. frome Cincinnati where ttbe has been W. II. Furr last Sunday. The Best RecoBneisdatioD. Deserving His Nlcknams. guest of her daughter, Mies Berta sociation at Lexington a few weeks Mrs. S. E. Owsley, of Louisville, is the Rev. J. 1L Peace, is in the mountains bred the Kentucky Red Berkshire along Three days after the storm struck Jean Penny, who is there attending the ago, by Mr. W. B. Turley, President The strongest recommendation any in a protractive meeting. improved lines upon most of the farms the guest of her sister, Mrs. J, D. Conservatory of Music. rotlatrh. Okla., Jackrabblt Smith, a of the Kentucky Red Berkshire As- in certain sections of Garrard, Madison Jones. article may receive is a favorable word Mr. Edd I tonkins lus been delivering prominent citizen, was discovered twit ago this was and other counties. Jnke D. Stratum, the fifteen year-olsociation. Forty years coantlm northeast In a somewhat from the user. It is the recommendaMits Lottie Westerlleld, of Parks-vill- son of Mr. and Mrs. John K. Stratton, tions of those who have used It that corn at Lancaster for 13.75 was the leading hog in this county and "Worn rou blown ramplrd condition, We who know them regard them as has been the guest of Mrs. Ed. Miss Nannie Bvnlly, visited Miss hero by tho cyclone" ho was aakrd. popular with the the most nractical for all nurnoses on was universally out on the Somerset pike. died of makes Chamberlain's Cough Remedy so Davis. Hawley last Sunday. Heck, no!" ho replied. "I outrun It!" breeders of those days. The breed the farm. While not widely known by after an illness on only eight popular. Mrs. Amanda Gierheart, Annt Tho Artjonaut. Mr. J. C. Wilson so id tuo hogs to has been kept pure from their earliest their winnings in the show ring, we' Mr, Bedell Chancellor has been con davs. He was buried at Turnersville. Waynesfield. Ohio, writes, "Chamber history, by some of the farmers in this still assert for them that under the fined to his home for several days with The Young Ladies Sewing Circle met lain's Cough Remedy has been used in Mr. J. P. Ballard last week. and adjoining counties and about three same treatment, same conditions and grippe. Miss Bettle Miracle has gorw bom Complete Information. with Miss Lyle Cooper on Wednesday my family off and on for twenty years Miss Allie Yanti. of Lancaster, is years ago the above association was attention, they will compare favorably Hook Ai?ent "Mere's a volumo afternoon at her hoineotiPortmar Ave. and it has never failed to cure a cough after a visit at J, C. Wilson's. pood ' with any other of the show breeds. the guest of her cousin, V.iss Lottie formed iu order to promote the .Miss Fanny McQuerry The afternoon was indeed a very pleas- or rold." Obtainable everywhere, lm. visited Miss crammed with useful Information. qualities of this bleed ot swine and the j Where hogs are raised only for the mar Carson. Chapter one, for Instance, tells you Brunette Hawley last Kiday night. ant one. Delicious refreshments were how to manaxo servants." Ilouaowlfo result in the past two years has been l:et, wc believe the Kentucky Red Mrs W. A. Tribble and Mrs. S. M. served. Hemp seed for sale. "Don't want It. Ono can't get any Harmon's Lick. marvelous and they are now destined Berkshire surpasses any other breed Saufley were in Lexington Tuesday for Mr. J. S. Barnes and family who help In this tnwn to manage" Agent Hudson. Hughes & Famau. to be the most popular breed of today. known. The sows are good mothers. the day. have been living nn the farm of J. F. "Then here's another chapter In tho The CENTRAL RECORD has just Kind and gentle in disposition, giving Wo aru sorry to sa that little Miia Mr. James Johnson and wife have Mr. Allen McElroy. of Lebanon, was Cook for the past year have moved book on Boston gotton out one thousand pamphlets for plenty of rich milk for their young, the guest Sunday of Mrs. Susan B. Mae Harmon is sick at this uriting, la grippe. back to Lexington. Mr. W. M. this association, containing the arti- - which is attributable probably to their Yeager. Mr. Brogan Roberts is better at of Bourbon county have moved to Miss Florence. Hutihlett has been and unusual fondness for grass and roots; eles of incorporation, its this writing. Miss Isabella of near Danvisiting her kister. Mrs. Edd Hoikins. It also they are active and alert and for this ville, lias the Givens, of Miss Belle the Cook firm. the standard of perfection. Napoleon's Drother. guest Mr. Thos. Cullett is very sick at Mrs. J. It. Paxton entertained the - contains the following ariicle. Mr. Ribwrt McQuerrv bought a splenAn Interview with Napoleon's broth reason seldom do injury to their pigs Denny. Rook Club at her handsome home on this writing. did coon dog from Russel Singleton er Joseph, from a hitherto unpub "In introducing the Red Berkshire to by overlaying them in farrowing. Miss Annie Ellis has been in Huston-vill- e Danville avenue Thursday afternoon. lished manuscript, appeared In HarMr. Bud Brocl: has moved back to for JI0. For enrlv development we Irelieve the public, we would emphasize the Mrs. John Blam and The house was beautifully decorated' Stringtown. per's Mainline. It throws an Interestthe guest of Miss Brunette Hawley is going on a' fact that unlike most new breeds of that the Red Berkshire is unsurpassed. other relatives. ing sidelight on Napoleon's directness and an enjoyable afternoon wai spent. Mrs, M)rtle Huwley is very ill at visit to her sister, Mrs. Hazel WelN livestock, we have not taken individuals The pigs rerpond quickly to full feed in of speech. Joseph was sent for by tho ' William Thompson, of Mt. Vernon, Elaborate refreshments were served at this writing. Illinois. of different breeds and by mating them und fatten at any age desired. The emperor. "On my arrival." says tho the conclusion of the guines. Miss Liza Tankersley visited Mrs. and continuing to cross them produced meat cf the hams of matured hogs is was the guest Saturday and Sunday of The Hughlett kclmol began again' narrallvo being a man of Mr. - R. Hughes. Ilaughman entertained D. I). Collett. Mrs. John S. .a different type and after thu pioduc-- very desirable. It has n rich lluvor. last Monday and we are glad to say! few words and llttlo ceremony, ho Miss Elizabeth Higgina has been con- on Friday evening the members of the j Mrs. .1. II. Peucu has returned trvm that Miss Doxle Wilson, tion of the type heralded our new film and fine fibre. These hams are tho teacher. abruptly said: 'I havo Bent for you. Joseph, to mako you king of Spain!'" as a new breed. sought especially since the lean meat fined to her room for several days on choir, who furnished thu music for the the mountains. is able to be back again. W. C. T. U. rally held here several T)n the contrary our hogs have been lies on the inside without tat streaks account of a cold. years. Prior mid fat meat on thu outside is such Mrs. MiKinnoy Delleaven, of Mt. weeks ago. After a social hour spent, bred pure for seventy-fivto that time for at least a quarter of u that it can be trimmed closo quite Sterling, is the guest of Miss Nancy at her home tho guests were taken to the Princess where delicious refreshYeager of this city. century they had been bred more or easily. ments were served. o would futther emphasize the fact less pure, if we are to accept the statu-- 1 Miss Georgia Johnson, of Lancaster, W. II. Wearen, of this city, secretary The Southern Railway i the direct ments of the men who originated them. to the public that wt havo been breed-- ' was hero several days lust week with of the Central Kentucky Milling Assoline to Ashcville.Aikcn.AuRusta.Char-leston.ColumbiNew blood was brought in only as it ing these hogi for show purposes, only relatives and friends. ciation has returned from Washington was needed to get us near the desired hii.ee our organization in September Savannah, Summer-vill- e Mrs, Susan B. Yeuger was in Louistype as possible. D. C, where he went to represent that 10i3. Since then we have selected and other southern resorts. ville last week lliu guest of Mrs. W. Travel there on ths "St. Louis Special'' equipped with body before the congressional committee John W. Walker; Hilery Gibbs, Jack from our stock, those individuals that U. Rice, who has been ill. electric lighted steel coaches, through druwin room which has charge of the Rainey bill Bumside and others, originators of the conform as nearly as possible to our County Attorney W. S. Burch is con- which seeks to repeal the present insleeping cars to Jacksonville and new dining; ca- - serThese we call your uttentlou standard of perfection. breed to which fined to his loom ut thu St. Asaph spection tax on adulterated Hour. Mr. nte: vice to Ashcvillc, und from Ashcville to Jackstwilic. were large traders In their day, and A jowl that Is light, neat, firm am; Hotel on account of illness. Wearen was selected for this import they noticed and approved the Red Hog. The trip via Ashcville is through "The Land of the Mrs. W. II. Worsham, of Corbin, is ant work at u meeting of thu millers of In addition to this thev had wonderful tapering from the neck to a point with Sky ", the only scenic route to Floridu. Very low nearly Btralght, medium width here at the bedside of her mother, Mrs the Blue Grass part of Kentucky ut opportunity for studying the hogs. In the faca farc3 and winter tourists' fares now in eiTtct; eyes and a short neck J, F. Cover, who is quite ill. Ltxington last week. the long excursions to the South driv-in- g between the wun stopovers unu oiner special features. continuously, and feeding as they tapering from the shoulder to the head; Mr. und Mrs. It. G. Hampton, of A big Sunday School rally will beheld ,( Oct full information and fares from the and well in line Lebanon Junction were here this week ut the Christian church Sunday morn went, the "Red Hog" led the way. and houiders deep, full Local Southsrn Agent, or write to and umazement they with the back, sides straight from tor several days with relatives. ing. Superintendent R. M. Ilulckerby, to their surprise B.II.Todd, District Passn(rAntXoulsvilU,Ky. JlXt well sprung would take on flesh faster than the 'shoulder to ham with ribs Allen K. Tray lor, little son of Mr, who is a wide awake Sunday School lazily behind, ut top and bottom; belly straight and other types that followed and Mrs. Allen Traylur, of this city. worker wants to have 4UJ present and waiting, as it were, for their food to full, devoid of grossness; llank run and has been quite ill for a few days, believes that there will bo thai many running nearly on a line with the sides; lie laid before them. Miss Kutu Waters, who lias been in there. The average enrollment of this slightly arched, with PRtMiro cMfi'a or me south Sunday School is ubout -- 00. All mem' These facts were also noted bv the back straight, or u uni- Danville with ti e Cumberland Sunday School uro working from whom the feed was pur- medium breadth and with nearly bers of the planters Co., has returned to this city. shoulders to hams ur.d endeavoring to get new members chased en route. Their beautiful red form thickness from Mrs. Clara Traylor and daughter, for loins and hams, and full at the loins with u chest deep, coats, their wonderful the rully Sunday. Special music down to their large and roomyi girth extending down Mrs. Jones, of Richmond, are the guest has been prepared by Rev. I). M. Walthe latter coming full ribs and even with lino of belly and rump; the of Mrs. S. K. Duldorur at Gilbert's ker and the members of the choir. hck joints, their well sprung e latter slightly rounded from loin to root Creek. Some of Billy Sui.duy's songs will bo upright ears gavo them a medium length, thin, Mrs. J. S. Rice has teturned home sung. and alert appearance. Their small, of tail; ears of slightly forward, narrow from Cave City, where she has been IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS tapering heads indicated a scarcity of straight up or Tho ir embers of the Woman's Club, legs of medium length the guest of her mother. Mrs. Mary cheap meat. The big bone and straight cheeks, not full; of this city have been very busy for the under body; short pasterns, Garnett. feet showed that they were able to set squarely last week trying to sell enough tickets color from deep carry flesh day after day find stand up short toes and firm; Mrs. Leila II. Cook left Thursday for to put on a Chautauqua attention red to a pale red; white face, feet and Raleigh, N. C, where she will be the to enable them 0H SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. LONG RETURN LIMIT. STOP OVEnS. under It. They attracted here in the summer. They met with they knees are acceptable." wherever they went and after F0n TULL INFORMATION, APPLY TO NEAREST TICKCT AGENT OR WniTC guest of her neice, Mrs. M. W. Tyree, great success and have contracted with .. were known brought more money than It. Ninu, rassencr and ticket Agent, 101 East M. Str.et, who recently lost her husband. the Alhahest Lyceum Bureau of AtlanUxlnston, Ky. Optlmlstlo Thought the other breeds that were driven with program W. M. Merriman, the hustling poultry ta, Ga, to put on a W. A. nCCKLr.U, Genera! I'assonter A:ent, A rials cobbler Is better Uian an Cincinnati, Ohio them, and as a resulting fact they The cost, of the, man of Moreland, has placed an order, here, this summer. popular with thow who owned illnc in two-weed e. pneu-motI Hoi-Iaby-la' I . I1 "... , e a, Btati-ilurd- home-seeker- s' r J1 aouinern Kailway wido-uwak- Florida - Cuba - New Orleans WINTER TOURIST TKPKfts six-da- y ... The Central Record, Thursday Feb 10 19 Id. 1 O A. C? Page 7 TO LANCASTER c . A. Speith Also Growers Stanford' Street. ompany House Do Not Endanger Life H,StP m v rust wwKiEiawtfi Phone 308. We pay Highest Market Price and unload same day. No commission charged. Branch at Vi PAINT BRYANTSVILLE It. Lancaster LICK, Sheriffs KY. CARTERS VILLE. AID THE KIDNEYS hen a relatives at Lexington. 4 31 Why will people continue to suirer 4 97" Automobile Grease. Oil. Siinrk PJups the agonies of Kidney complaint, back- at Stormes. 93 6C 2t. ache, urinary disorders, lameness, 3 25 .Miss Mary Ellen Farley is in Jessaheadaches, languor, why allow them2 5ft mine the guest of relatives. selves to become chronic Invalids, when 8 81 Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hryant, of LanMrs. Mae Robinson, from Berea is tested remedy is offered them? 2 33 visiting hoi mother, Mrs- F. P. Bryant. J. Morgan Gentry, Sole Owner Dean's Kidney Pills have been used caster, are with Mr. and Mrs. J. W, Manager. 500 Mr, Jeff Davis was the guest of his in kidney trouble over SO years, have Hryant. 3 65Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Elder, of Camp uncle, Mr. bam Davis, lust Monday been tested in thousands of cases B. P. Anderson, Secretary & Treasurer. 4 38. night. If you have any, even one, of the Nelson, were week end guests of Mrs. 2 33 Tflephoiie fi."7. Everyone will soon be going to see symptoms of kidney diseases, act now. Hogan Hallard. 4 32 Dropsy or llright's disease may set in Mr. Lem Teater has been quite sick Mrs. C. S. Roop, she hat twenty small 2 33 and make neglect dungerous Head for several days, suirering from the chickens. 632 to 638 South Broadway. this Lancaster testimony: effects of a recent fall. Cremo Dairy Feed will make your W. C. Davis, tailor, Danville I'ike, $2 88 Mr. A. T. Scott has opened afineral cows give more milk. Hudson, Hughes Lancaster, says: "My kidneys were Merchandise store in the building for7 60 and Fanru. disordered and I sulfered fium pdins merly occupied by Halcomb Hros. G 38- I'urt of the sick in ourcommunity are across the small sf m v back. The ir7U Miss Mayme Lee Hallard expects to improving.while there are some that regular kidney action obliged me to G 71 Located in the Center of the Tobacco District. go to I,exington in a few days for a are poorly yet. I have considerable arise at night. 4 9S Mis3 Marguerite Woolfolk. Revival meeting begun at Carters bending to do in my work and t became visit to 3 65 Chapel Wednesday night. Everybody easily tired and languid. Doan's Kid Misses Ada Cunningham of Louisville SALES CAPACITY 350,000 POUNDS DAILY. 11 34 come. invited to and Currens of Salvisa, have been reney l'ills relieved me." 225 Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sinv cent guests ct Mrs L. L. Cunningham. ltev. J. M. Robinson filled his regular We sold some Garrard County Tobacco 6 71 apiwintment at Carters Chapel Satur- ply asK fora kidney remedy get Doan's 7 63 Mrs. H. I. Hurton was in Richmond per hundred for Walk- Kidney I'illa the same that Air. Davis Ibst week last week for day night ami Sunday. 4 98- with her sister, Mrs. Coy, Co., l'rops, Buf. who 34 Mrs. Annie I'itts and Miss Carrie had. underwent an operation at the cr Davis. Try us with a load. lit hospital there. 5 40 Carter visited their mother, Mrs K. falo, N. V. M. Carter last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. T. P. l'oor anil children G 05 will move soon to Somerset to make LEVEL GREEN. 2 31 their borne. Mr. Poor recently sold his For a Bilious Attack. 5 38 farm to Mr Virgil Scottof Huena Vista, 8 94 Mrs. John Green is able to be out When you have a revere headache, The Ladies Aid Society of the Pleasaccompanied by a ivated tongue, loathMrs. Mary Clark is able to be out LANCASTER, NO. 1. COLOUED.E B. F. Robinson, ant Grove church will give a "Sock ing of fix id. constipation, torpid liver, again after having the grip. Social" at the home of Mr. and Mrs." Adams. Geo. W. 20 A. bal .... $ 4 18 GARRARD COUNTY- vomiting of partly digested food ami Incur) orated. Mr. Clarence Green sold a nice black Charley Deane on Mondcy the 14th. Alcorn. Minerva 2 T L G 9G then bile, you may know that you have mule to Mr. D. D. Centers for $175. 2 32 Refreshments will be served and an Anderson. Pete. 1 A While you u severe bilious attack. All Messrs W. II. Smith and Sherman enjoyable evening spent. Anderson. Gran & Mary 5 A . . 14 78 mav bo quite sick there is much con' 3 G5 Arnold, Lucy, 1 T L Robinson were in Richmond Saturday. in knowing that relief may be 1.1 All Orders Receive Prompt Attention. solation r 8:1 Heailey, John 42 A 13 CO Phones M!)-Car load northern seed oats just re bail by taking three of Chamberlain's G 30 Heazley, Andy 1 T L . ceived. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Severe Cold Quickly Cured. They are prompt and Hruce, Amandy (N. It.) 3 A 2 33 Miss Fannie Green hnsreturmd from everywhere, lm. "On December first I had a very Ilurnsides, Martha, hrs 1 T I 3 C3 Illinois to spend a few weeks with home severe cold or attack of the grip as it Denny, Mary Jane 1 T L. 2 33 folks. 7 G3 may be, and was nearly down Mck In Dunn. Al, 1 T 1 The little Aid Society of Mrs. Dora bed," writes O. 12 G2 J. Metcalf, Weatherby Faulkner, Hros, 1 T L . . . Davis' Sunday school class is progress- Mo. "I bought two bottles of Cham- Faulkner, Lewis, 1 TL C 30 is THE proper thing ing nicely. 3 32 E. B. RAY, L. DAVIS, berlain's Cough Remedy and it was Gill, Ellen hrs, IT L THOS. P. PRATHEK, for a lady or gentleMrs. John Green and little daughters only a few days until I was completely Hiatt, Annie, IT L 2 33 Q man to present nowas. & Gen. Mgr. Samuel and .Marie spent the day with restored to health. Weigher. President. 4 93 I firmly believe Jennings, Geo. 1!., 1A days, when making Mrs. Fannie Green Friday. G G3 that Chamberlain's Cought Remedy is Kavanaugh, Walker, IT L calls. 15 31 Mr. Clarence Green sold 40 barrels of one of the very best medicines and will Letcher, Mary, 1 T L Come and see what 12 00 corn to Hervey and Woods for $3 75 a know what to do when I have another Lewis, Steve, G A ta"T. G 03 Maylield. Jerry, I T L cold." Obtainable everywhere. a beautiful line of Q bbl. and also a load to C. I. Rogers. JET1 Maylield, Andy, 1 T L 0 G3 On last Thursday afternoon Master samples we have and Perkins, Henrv (N.R.)l T L.... 2 90 smith was given a birthday party get our prices for 50 BUENA VISTA 0 30 Robinson, Geo., 1 T L by his aunt, Mrs. II, Smith. Among or more. 2 3d Itobinson. Eliza, 1 T L those present were Mist.cS Thelma, G 30 Williams, Jns., 1 T L. Lillian and Huby Itobinson ai.d their Miss Margaret Askins is visiting in Yuntis, Lewis, 1 T L. 10 41 little biothers, Guy and Lawrence, Hurgin. CEMttL RECORD Combs Green and little sister, Master Mr. Will Scott made a business trip Hryantsville No. 2. White. Georgia Olive, A nice luncheon was to Lexington Tuesday. Hrown, Joseph & Wife, 5 A.... $5 21 served und before they left each was Mrs. J. D. Davis of Hazard is with Cnllebs. G W.. 93 A...... 88 51 e presentid with u nice lot of her mother, Mrs. C. F. Ison. 4 97 Judy, John, 1 A . candy. The sick folks in this vicinity are re- Merriman, D. T 1 A 0 50 ported better at this writing. 29 04 Owens, Ed., 15 A G 30 Mr. "Jack" Evans spent last week Shearer. J. T 1 A IncoriKiraled. !EAT A SQUARE MEAL AND 4 05 Sheitrer, Jctr, 1 A in Danville tho guest of lelatives. & Wife. 55 A... 11 92 Mr- Harry Eversole of Owsley, Co., Smalley, C. C . indigestion. spent the week's end 5 31 le, Ky. as the guest of Southorlund. A. J 10 A There are hundreds of people in Lan-- Miss Ora Rpgers. Hryantavllle No. 2. Colored caster who were not the least bit sur- Mrs. Robert Duncan of Hloomingtmi 1A $7 30 priied when they read in tho "Central III., is visiting her parents, Mr. und Kurnsjdes, Jas, : Caldtvell, H., 1' A 4 G5 No. 10 Cincinnati Express, IE. 10. McUoberts is selling Itecoid" that Mrs. L. W, Frost. 11 75 Cockrell, Will & Frank 4 A daily 4:30 n.m on a guirautee to refund the Mr. Clinton Lane and wife of Camp Davis, Rich. 1 A 4 65 No. 4 Spe money in ease It did not relieve. This Ntlson spent Saturday and Sunday with Dunn, Dave, 1 A Q remarkable dyspepsia renitdy will re4 98 cial, daily G:03 a.m. MR. YOU Dunn, Coinodore, hrs., 3 A 3 65 No. 28 Blue Grass Snecia'. O lievo tho woist case of Indigestiun Mr. Will Lane and family. 3 65 Mr. and Mrs, Howard Lane, of Camp Dunn, Huck, hrs., 2 A daily except Sun...G:03 a.m. G headache, dizziness, or the general The Farmers Hume Tobacco Warehouse Company has adopted the profit sharing plan. This 1A 1 6S No. 14 Carolina Special. plajed-ou- t condition that nfihets every Nelson visited Mrs. Nannie Jennings Garnett, Will, hrs., dividend, instead of being given to the stockholders, are to bo Q means, the net profit above six percent, Shelby, Hour, 3 A 10 01 and family for tho week end. daily 7:00 n.m your patronage. Q ono o Buffeting notwitli stomach trouble. given to you in proportion to 8 42 No. G Local Express, daily 1 :35 p.m. Smith. Hen, 1 A simply relieve, it aims Mi n u does Miss Susan Jennings has returned The more tobacco wn get the Itirger will bo tho profits returned. This profit sharing plan is m 1A Smith, Josh, ..... 5 Go No. O to cure. Limited, from a pleasant visit with her brother, guaranteed by the undersigned Directors. We were the first house in Kentucky to olTer our waredally 5:20 n.m. It. i:. McUoberts can tell jouofiuany Mr. Win, Jennings of Lancaster. on tho profit sharing basil. NO. 3, WHITE. BUCKEYE. house to the farmers No. 12 Royal Palm, daily.. 5:37 n.m. m well known people in this city who this automobile manufacturer made thts proposition and returned $50.00 on every autoMr. Font the Mrs. llelle McCann of Lexington was Emma. $ 7 63 tobacco, we can return you fifteen to Q remedy has restored to health, uften a guest of her daughter, Mrs. II, S. Haker, T. II. 3825A A mobile, if we can get your support and sell 5,000,000 pounds of 14 25 No. 5 Local Express, Green. they have tried many other methods of pounds sold. We guuruntee to divide tho profits, the other fellow twenty cents on every hundred Christopher the first of the week, 3 71 Irvine, Sallie 3 A daily U;05 n.m. treatment with little or no benefit. No kiepa U. 5 70 No. 11 Royal Palm, daily..U:20 a.m. Tho seiies of meetings being held at King. Lucy 18 A other dyspepsia remedy litis made o The firii)ir3 kv tjit pfupysitj,,, uml n consequence wo haw more than sold our 31 49 No. I New Orleans LimLinden Dale conducted by Hev, Reed Ray. J. It. 79 A large u percentage of cures as average of the Lexington market to date has been $10.00 pet hundred, the Farmers Homo uverago is Simpson, Jess 30 A Hal, 3 36 ited, dally 11:35 a.m. It is so largo that li. K. Mcltoberts and wife are meeting with success. ono cents. This has been accomplished by honest metli. 01 a net gain to our customer of sixty $10 5 77 No. 13 Carolina Sheaier. Callle P. 8 A Special, stands ready to refund the price to any Cremo Da'ry Feed will make yourS oils' and frefh tobacco which is always attractive to the buyer. AiuJirtu, .t a ii m daily 10:15 p.m. customer whom it does not help. nnd twenty wagons; cows give more milk. Wo have the second largest house in Lexington; it can houio ono hundred No. 3 Spe- - , The best kind of advertising is the Hudson. Hughes & Farnau, and apart from the wurehouse, with one hundred and twenty box stulls. We tho Htubles are separate BUCKEYE NO. 3. COLORED. cial, daily 11:35 p.m. praise of a pleased customer, and there who control and direct tho policy of this house. have one hundred and thirty furmers in stockholders Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Ruble left last Ray. Alice, hrs, 4 A 3 65 No. 9 Florida Spe$ and Inspect our liouso and Inves are hundreds in Lancaster today praisWo solicit your patronage and Influence, und invito you to call week for St. Petersburg, Fla., to Renfro, Wilson 3 A cial, daily 8 50 ing 11:52 p.m. because it does what it is last tigate this plan, because it means a saving to you. No. 27 Blue Grass Speadvertised to do, A tew months ago spend the remainder of tho winter for Thos. O. llradley, A. L. Hamilton, Graham Taylor, NO, 4, WHITE. PAINT MCK Tlios 1' I'rather, cial, dally except they could eat nothing without wonder- Mrs. Ruble's health. F. M. McKee. John L. Davis, F. lleatty, Joseph Wallace. Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. Since ing what the result would bo. Tho High School students will play Alma, A. C. (M. R.) 227 A.... $ 11 60 J. Embry Allen, J. U, Fields, Jr, row llowman, And W 11. Piper, 5 83 For rates, routes and Information using they cat what they want "All A Mistake." Friday evening Feb. Brock. Curio 50 A Directors. George Montgomery. 3 71 call upon or address M, J. Coughlln, and w ne n they want with no fear of 18th, Every body invited. Admission, Brock, Emuiett 20 A 4 65 agent; 'phone 346. 15 cts. Proceeds for benefit of school. Brock, Ira 15 A suffering. Tobacco 5 Warehouse. Mr. Ira Anglm left for a visit to Iiin brothers in Minnesota. Mr. John M. Smith, and son, Jim, are-wr- y poorly at this writing. There will lie cottage prayer meeting at J. T, Allen. Tuesday night. Miss Susie Davis wss the guest of her grand-mothe- r lust Monday night. Ci'lztn Shows You the War to Avoid Hemp seed for sale. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Mrs. Elizabeth Ilurgess is visiting Lexington, - Kentucky. 4 $41.00 6 Foster-Mlbur- n 0 Jacob SchulzCompany Fine Cut Flowers For F Brock, John 100 A Creech, Wm, n r. 1G A Crews, Uice 1 A Davis, Enos 41 A Hal Fields, J. S. 2 A Haleomb.John 40 A, 1914 $7.18,'15 Holmes, Sam 10 A King, Geo. 1 A Ledford, Speed 1 A Hal Letcher, Dr. n r, 1GG A Lamb. Sam 25 A McQueary, J. T. 35 A Parker. Mrs. Lucy 15 A Richardson, Wm, 1A Itobinson & Robinon 50 A On Monday, February 23th. 1916, at Moss & Moore, 210 A one o'clock in front of the Court House Todd & son n'r "OA .... door in Lancaster, Ky., I will offer tol,j.U(jor 1A .. the highest bidder for c ish.'o much of ' Williams. Ed, n 1 A . r, .. the following described property, as No. 4. Colored. will pay the State, Coi'nty and district school taxes for the year 1915. Arno'd, Geo., hrs., 32 A The purchaser is entitled to deed in Heazley, Geo.. 4 A two years and interest at the rate of Buford. Fred, 4 A 30 per cent per annum and 15 per cent Hurnsides, Clay, 1 A damages if redeemed in that time. Faulkner, Abe, 3 A These are the uncollected Taxes, and Faulkner, Wm., 1 A must be paid by Feb. 28th, or the prop- Faulkner, Jane, hrs., 2 A erty will be sold. Kellev, Isaiah, 26 A Kennedy, Sim, 1A Kennedy.Hob.lSA 1914 $G.50,'15 LANCASTER, NO. 1. WHITE. Lackey, Lige, 1 A Acton, Smith. 12 A $ 7 87 Leavell, Jcnas. 1 A. Hrown, WalterGrdEthel Hrown Merrett,Henry,8 A 1914$9.57,'15 G acres 4 93 .Mitchell, Herbert, 1 A C 30 Montgomery, Grimes, Jim, 2 A John & Mary, 1 A 5G 98 Myers, Ike M.. 141 A.. 1914, $1.35, 1915 Naylor, Nannie hrs 1 A 2 4G Slavin, Amanda, 2 A 14 3G Yakey, Eliza, G A Pollard. Geo. hrs. 1 T L ... . Rogers, N. 1 T L 15 95 Yakey, Joe & Harry I A lie G 30GO 11 G 01 For 7 42 3 G5- 7 60 'll Occasions. Wrn. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster.'SKr A Neatly Engraved Visiting Card J. V.-Pre- c mi(wik qcufoJL J&J&VZPJSL 9 9 9 0 0 a i home-mad- Time Table. Danvil North-boun- 1NDEPENDANT. Si not fear Southern Rail Road, 0 Lexington, Ky. Virginia ave IS FOR & Q.&C.R.R 0 9 THIS TOBACCO GROWER. o 9 9 pro-rat- 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 South-boun- f Mi-o-- J. )99 Page 8 The Central Record, Thursday Feb 10 1916. An Episode Cuba of Fayette Tobacco Warehouse Company. Incorporated. DAIRY and CREAMERY TAX REVISION PUSHED ASIDE Believed That It Will Be Handled At a Special Session Br ESTHER VANDEVEER It li claimed that this action would practically abolish the board, destroy of the 8tat Fair, abolish the position State Veterinarian and cripple the entire Department of Agriculture and take away all of the appropriation which has been used to the benefit of the entire state. Stanley has acrepted an" Invitation to attend the nanunei oi tho Mose tlrren Club In Louisville on the evening of February :8th. Governor j CARDS." D. Or. Wm. Pryor. HEADQUARTERS Reliable Service. Beautiful Light. FOR WHITE TOBACCO. Telephone 699. Mill and Bolivar Sts. LEXINGTON, KY. R. R. Switch into House. Conifortoble Stables. by a wealthy planter, and the meeting resulted In a lore affair. At the time lienor Madera, who bad sunk a fortune In Spain before coming to Cuba and had always since been Impecunious, Manuel Fur approached average or had been the band ofbySenorlta Inex. pounds at an Last week we solp tado for to $11.52. The market average for that period was The grandee was at first disposed but regard the application as an Insult when Furtado be had $10.63. That our customers were well pleased is accumulated aunnounced that fortune evidenced by the fact, that In selling more than half a and would supplyconsiderable wants old man's the million pounds we only had one crop rejected. On our the Istter turned a listening ear. the The entrance of Ilerrara into wc have been play made a great difference to Furlast sale not one single basket. So retado. crowded, but from this on are confident we can take sulted What might probably harewas without his Interference comes in, and if you have now impossible. Hut he did not real care of tobacco as fast as it been Introduced to He never sold tobacco with us, let Early Bass, the greatest lze this. Inez hud bcr fnther, and she by Senorlta cry a sale for you. had received him graciously. Then tobacco Auctioneer alive, came to the lawyer n temptation to put bis rival out of the way. Those were We quote you a few of our best averages: times when persons In Cuba were very easily put out of the way. The captain 15 43 $ 29 60 Usrnhlll & Lc men, Scott J. D. Smith. Scott general was an autocrat whose order 15 C2 would send any man to prison or bo- 20 22 Noel & Henderson, Franklin Marshall & Marcum. Fayette 16 77 fore a firing squad. Thotnason & Hingston, Bodrbon 16 60 Skain & Web.ter, Fayette Furtado lodged Information at the Woolley & Wiggs, Jessamine 20 67 palace 15 01 Sherley & Darnell, Harrison that Jose Ilerrara was not only 18 99 a revolutionist, but that he was plot 15 10 Dr. Stuart, Fayette liarUin & Maddox. Woodford 17 68 ting to bring United States troops Into 15 76 McCann & Webster, Scott Julian Roger, Bourbon I the Island to expel the Spaniards. One Huffman & Hart, Scott 19 90 16 25 evening when Ilerrara was expected to Elmendorf No. 21, Fayette H. U. Sharp, Scott 17 79 call on Senorlta Madera be did not ar16 95 Johnson Dean at Stotte Jessamine &Stubblefield, Woodford 16 90 rive. On the way to her homo he was 14 54 Elmendorf No. 21, Fayette Young & Johns, Jessamine 15 C6 waylaid by order of the governor and carried to prison. No ono knew of bis arrest Furtado had reported that If It were known that ho were a captive It would exasperate bis friends, and tbey were sufficiently numerous to make Lexington, Kentucky. trouble. So his arrest was kept secret Soon after this came the Spanish' American war and the landing of Unit Stagnation. ed States troops In Cuba. Ilerrara lay To rest content with result In prison till the war ended, then came FARMER'S COLUMN achieved la the Brat sign of business forth, not having been heard from nor decay. Selected. having communicated with any one out side bis jail during the hostilities. lie learned that Senorlta Madera, supposTheir Hunting Hour. Spae below ibis beadinf is lot m Meloing him to be dead, was In mourning Birds ns oh of onr farmer abacrltr. and Is tor prey. In ot prey generally seek their for him. lie knew that some one had the daytime, while Beasts of ike stl of nock, (ram and socb tbinas on procured his arrest and confinement lam as the farmer cannot afford lo adrer-11- prey generally seek thelra at night but did not know who that person was. will b accepted orr lour No nolle Before making himself known to any Unas, and will b only In two iMnea of th one be Instituted inquiries aa to bis ac acosD, f re of chars Noi Conducive to Bleep. ' "Porter, thla berth haa been slept cuser, and since the records were now good brood 1st" "No, aahj I aaauah yon, sab. open to him be soon learned that he For Sale or trade;-Tw- o had been betrayed by Manuel Furtado. mares, In, foal to jack. J. A. Conn, Jr. Merely occupied, tt'a the one orar Jose determined to punish his In the wheels, sat" Puck. ducer before making himself known to good. Hot Blast Florence For Sale;-the girl bo loved. Either be or Mannel heater, number 63. Apply at this office. must die, and If It were Jose It was THE CHICKEN YARDS. better that he should not come to life me White WyndottRoos For to be mourned u second time. lie was ters. Robt Fox, Marksbury, Ky. Slow Rye This Fall In Preparation For weak from confinement and gave himself a brief respite before tackling bis Next Season's Hatching. R. I. Red cockerels for sale, In favor of A few momenta' fall enemy, who tf. J. R. Mount. will help make Ideal attention this next revolutionistsbad turned to be on the just lu time the conditions for winning side und. having given a conMr. S, G. Estes, who lives on Route season's chickens, says the Orange sum to the cuuse. was In faJndd Farmer. Rye planted In the yards siderable 3, has a nice three year old mare and about September (not In the yards vor with the people and the American a good seven year old work mule for now) should moke a good catch this provisional management sale. Furtado was uu occasional visitor at fall and in the spring come up with strong, rank growth making excellent the home of Seuor Madera. Senorlta Mr. R. L. Barker, of Boume, Ky, green pasture. Even though the area Is Inez did not like him; but, being Ignowants the address of some one who haa small, chickens seldom get ahead of rant of the trouble be had brought upon I seed corn known as the "calico" variety. growing rye, ami tht culms of grain her lover, to please her father she Can't some one enlighten Mr. Barker? shooting up high furnish shade and treated lilia civilly. Ilerrara, learning later on In the Boaxoti the ripened groin of these visits, lay In wait for his enshatter out, giving the chickens exer- emy. Excusable Ignorance. One night Furtado was stopped by "But money talka. rou know." re cise scratching for It one wbo blocked his way. There wus marked the man with the quotation j For later summer thin spring pastur- no light except that of a half moon, uaou. as a matter ot raci, i aont age may be easily supplemented by u and Furtado did not recognize the muu know anything of the kind," answered spring planting of oats nud was with he had Injured. the man with fringe on the bottoms a little clover. Dwarf Essex raie also "You don't remember me." said Ilerof his trousers. "I never was able to planted In the spring makes good sumrara. get within speaking distance of It" mer feed, but because of the green "I do not" color It Imparts to the yolka of eggs It "I am Jose Ilerruru. whom you Inmust be fed only In limited iUautltlea to laying hens. Growing chickens need formed against falsely and whose artouatj Court Daji. green food. Itye planted In the fall und rest on this very spot you iustlgated-- an appropriate (ot for the settlement oats nnd peas planted In tho spring are Richmond, 1st Monday. of the uccount between us." convenient and economical feeds. Paris, 1st Monday. "Are you going to murder me?" "No. Are you unarmed?" Frankfort, 1st Monday. Curs For Blackhead In Turk. "I bure not so much us u eu knife." Harrodsburg, 1st Monday. half I had a flock of eighty-fiv"Take that" Jose huuded him a Lexington, 2nd. Monday. grown turkeys that begun to mope, droop and die, write u corresjwndcnt cavalry snber. "I have It duplicate." Stanford, 2nd. Monday, "I prefer to meet you with others to of the Farm Journal. I examined one tholbyvllle, 2nd. Monday. and found Its liver full of sores or see fulr play." replied Furtado, "und Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. I know nothing or ulcers. I tvuM told thW was blackhead I prefer pistols. Danville, 3rd. Monday. " and Incurable. I got down to thirteen the use of u buher Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday "Nor I. Hut. as ti fulr piny, you are poults and decided to cilwrlnient on Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. them, as they wcro nil sick. 1 got the not a giver of fair piny and conseMt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. druggist to mlr calomel and rhubarb, quently tot entitled to It yourself. As Somerset, 3rd. Monday. for humans. I bought 23 to sabers, they uiiiku less nolsu than the Bame-opistols, nud the survivor will have a Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. cents' worth and mixed n pxnl In about a pint nnd a half of better rhnnee to get uwny unnoticed. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday milk. 1 took the worst case and shut It On guard!" Winchester, 4th. Monday. Within ten minutes Ilerrara left his up and guve It the milk, and on the Monday. Monticello. 4th. third day It came out and commenced enemy dead In the road. Versailles, 4th. Monday. Senorltu Muderu wus sitting In a eating. I then treated tho rest of the flock and did not lose another turkey. dimly lighted gurdeu beside her home As turkeys sick with this disease have when the gate opened nud Ilerrara great thirst, there Is not much difficulty entered. "Jose!" she exclnlineiL "Are you of In giving the remedy. the quick or the dead?" "1 am of tbe quick; I hare just left the dead." POULTRY PICKINQ8. Tbe next morning Ilerrara gave btm-eup as the slayer of Furtado. but If the fowls are left out of be bad only to muke known tho treat-medoors during the cold fall rains, be had received of hi enemy to they are upt to catch cold and tnllst sympathy. He was never brought Should be Engraved or getroup; beucu the necessity of to trial, not even nrrested. ting them boused. Embossed Dowadays. Ho married Senorlta Madera and Chicks batched after tho 1st of lubsequently bcciimo prominent aa SI It reflects good taste and June are likely tu be lacking In Duban legislator the vitality of chicks from the Aat once creates a favorable same flock hatched earlier in the Insists on Too Much. ) impression. keasou. To half pint of water add 1 ox. Day The trouble with the man who Pullets that were hutched the blows his own horn, .is that he so Hum,Vi a small box of llarbo Compound, Suppose you corae and tee to part of February or the latter being the whole or- and aox. of glycerin. Apply th th hair twice week until It become dealrod early part of March should Ik? J often insists ai the many beautifuT'simples Any druggist can put this up or chestra. had. laying eggs uow, rou can mix It at horn at very little cAit. we have and get our prices. Don't try. by mixing It with full directions for making and us come In each box of llarbo Compound. It will their food, to force ducks to eat Evidently Disappointed. gradually darken streaked, faded gray THli more grit than they want "It's a case of love at Drat sight" hair, and remove dandruff. It I excelDon't be afraid of overfeeding "Well, maybe It will work out all lent for falling- hair and will make harsh hair and gloaay. It will th ducks. Tbey should be fed four right. I took four years to select my scalp,soft not atlcky or greasy, not color not I and doa or Ave times dally. husband, and look what I got" De- rub off. troit Free Press The Fayette the oldest Warehouse organization on the the Lexington market nnder Its origlnel control and management has done a capacity business since the holidays. Our last three sales, amounting to During that period In Cuba when tho people were under the heel of Captain General Weylcr two )OUiig men. Joxo Ilerrara and Mnnucl Furtado, one the son of a sugar planter, the other n lawyer who bunted up cases of flaw of title, then levied blackmail on the holder of the property, came Into colli slon. Senorlta Inex Madera, the daughter of a 8pitnlsh grandee who had eml grated from Spain many years before, was one of those southern beauties whose dark eyes, over which sweep long lashes, render them entrancing. She snd Ilerrara met at a bait given GROWING A MILK a Good HERD. 843350 POUNDS AVERAGED $11.56 566545 far , J . Fayette Tobacco Warehouse Co Sale-So- e s Personal Stationery lf 'J e e Office at lialney s Livery SUble. l.leut. Governor lllark, President of LnncnMer. Kentucky Is very proud of his tho State Senate, WM. C. ALLEN IS OUSTED gavel. It Is of solid Ivory with an game ebony handle and a band of sterling more silver with the Inscription "Presented secure a thoroughly satisfactory and I). Illnck by the profitable herd I to raise them, says Morrow Raises a Rumpus Over Al- to l.leut Gov. James Sunday schools of llarbourivllle, Ky Where there la the Kansas Faro-cr- . leged Dal For "Stanley" County December 25, 1915." It was IntcndeJ OFFICE audi a strong deviinnd for good milk Which la Being Investigated. for a Christmas gift but some delay CENTRAL RECORD BUILDING. cows as there la at the present time occurred by the manufacturers and he satisfactory anlml are seldom offerResidence Phone 41 recolted It th first week In February. Office Phone 69 ed for sale. Tbe wows put on the mar Frankfort Ky. Special Revision ket and sold are aJmoat sore to be the LANCASTER. KV. It has been decided by the Demodiscards. This U true even in older of Kevenuo and Taxation laws, con dairy cotnmunltle. but where dairy aldered to bo the most needed legis- cratic leaders to put through mens cattle have been kaindled a good many lation In Kentucky, will In all prob ures reapportioning the State Into years the standavl of production for ability be handled at a apeclal session senatorial and legislative districts strongly urged by the Republicans. cows good enougk to keep in the nerd of the Oencrat Assembly to be called has been raised until many fairly rood by The redisricting bills that will Governor Stanley, after the ad have the hacking of the Democrats cows are culled out nnd sold. That Is not the ae In Kansas, how- Journment of the regular session will carry out tho conMltutlonsI proever, although as our stock of dairy about the middle of March. vision that not more than two counties K. TV. Morrow, Graduate Optician cattle Increases there may be a surThis continues to be tbe general shall be Joined together In one (llaee rilled. Samraclloa loerautd. plus of good rows produced nt some Impression among district. At the present time the solons whe future time, and some of these will be several of them are made up In three reallie the great Importance and the counties and one has four. Hell, Haroffered on the market Thomas Wells, a Sedgwick county many problems In this connection lan, Leslie and Perry counties farmer, recently remarked: "A good which will have to be worked out. It Is a most difficult task, duo to sire, with bclfcr ralves well bandied Remedial and constructive leglsla many conflicting Interests, but the until old enough to breed nnd tben tlon Is promised by they Fine Cut Flowers. the Democrats Democratic leaders tellete that carefully tested n to milk production. get together on a satisfactory now that tho I'lko County partition can la sure to build rv a paying herd of measure. John M. milk cows. When I bought my cows bill la defeated and It Is claimed thai I found them unsatisfactory, but wben thcro will be no further t W. P Allen, Republican, representaI raised them the profits from milking dlversenco. tive from Clinton and Wajne counI now milk soon began to Increase. The early days of February brought ties, was unseated by a ote of 57 tu more than thirty cows. Most of them 39, In favor of S Dotb. Democrat, freshen In the full." This Is tho com- trouble to tho Democratic ranks when who contested the election I'srty Representative Frank C. Oreene, Car mon experience of nil who have made lines were drawn with the eiceptlon any pretense of buying to improve rollton, and W. II. Harvey, of Dixon of four Democratic members who their herds of milk cows. assumed the role of Insurgents and voted against unseating Allen said a lot of things about Governor The contest means that the State Paint Lick. Kentucky KEEP THE BARN CLEAN. Stanley, winding up by putting them will pay over tCOO more to hate a Representative from the selves off the administration rcserva Milk Fit For Food Cannot B Produced district than any of the other tlon when they voted with the Ho ninety-onIn Filthy Stable. districts. Casey, I). V. M. Milk drawn from tllthy cows or from publicans against unseating Wm. C. Allen will receive 1150 awarded him cows kept In a stable that is not well Allen. Republican, to tho favor of 3. for contest expenses In addition hav Veterinary lighted or ventilated or that Is filthy C. Dobbs. Democrat, whom a majority Ing drawn J300 In per diem besides from an accumulation of manure or of tho House his mileage and stationary allowance. Committee determined Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary milk exposed to foul or noxious odors Dobbs will receive per dlrm from cannot be lawfully sold or manufac- to have won In tho College. first day or $"10 for the whole the Hep. L. II. Hamilton, ot district. tured into articles of food for sale. and Is entitled to his other Office at W. 11. Ilurtcn's Sale Stable. Keep tbe barn clean, well ventilated, Frankfort, also voted with the Repub session expenses the same as If he had well lighted and free from dust Night Phone '.ill. Deans in this Instance. started upon his duties the opening Whitewash tbe barn at least once a Another matter which made trouble day. year. It will add to its appearance. The general Impression seems to be Increase Its value, lighten tho dark was the charge of Kdwln I. Morrow, that "Uncle Hill" Allen, has made his corners and make It more sanitary. defeated candidate for Governor on calling and election certain two years It Is desirable to have dairy cattle In tbe Republican ticket who declared hence as tbe district Is overa barn by themselves. The odor from The unique horse stalls, filthy calf pons or hog- that the rich Williamson family (Re whelming Republican. FUNERAL DIRECTOR pens la objectionable, because it wilt publicans), of Mingo County, Wesl mountain solon could not conceal his Offlce Over National Hank. taint the milk wben it is drawn. Virginia, and Boyd County, Kentucky, emotions wben he was ousted from When constructing a new barn or If made a deal with Tom Hatcher, the the House membership. Kesldenc Phone 3. Office Phone 27 e the old one is remodeled see that the sew member of the State Board ol LANCASTF.lt. KY. walla are smooth and that the celling Prison Commissioners, The fight to create the new county whereby 1.S0C la tight The floor and the base of tbe Republicans voted of Stanley by a partition of rik the Democratic walls sbonld be constructed of cement ticket at the November election, la county, has been dropped, according In order that tl liquid manure may exchange for a division of Pike county to the chief supporters. The bill was For All Kinds of be saved and removed. laid on the table In th Senate, but to be known as Stanley County. cow a chance to keep dean. Give the A committee was appointed com still la In shape to be considered If a She cannot do It If the stall is too ton; Senators J majority Is mustered In Its support. ROUGH or too short or not high enough. Cow posed of and Bishop Hlte lluffaker. tc B. lilies S. Huntsman make an Investigation of these State Superintendent Gilbert and see charges and also the chargea ot a school officials over tbe state will newspaper In which It was claimed fight tbe bill Introduced In the senate that money bad been offered or used to pay the appropriations for the for the purpose of Influencing votes State University and normal schools, amounting to S217.00O, ont ot the state) t The bill and the school fund Instead ot the general i bill are the first of the administration fund. measures to be passed by both housei It Is claimed that this would cripple HBBBBBBBBBBMrisBBkrBu and reach Governor Stanley for hit the work of the State Department ot signature. Education. M. K. and W.A. Wider Important legislation expected to be With the consent of the authors, Doctor. Of Dttlal Swtcrj. ; taken up next will be the One of the outstanding characterhave istics of th Guernsey cow Is hr corrupt practices, text books and tlx three health measures killed been Ofllr; Stortne. HillldlDfatei Hart A lud.r voluntarily withdrawn or In the ability to turn grain anil fodder Into on', ntulime Mote. measure to put luto effect the constl General Assembly. high colored milk, cream and butThe most Importtutlonal amendment providing for the ant was tho "all time health officer" LANCASTER. KF.NTUCKY. ter. In the matter ot color of milk working of convicts on the public bill, backed by she excels all other breed. In the State Hoard of richness, too, she has few equals. highways. Health. This bill provided for the To the farmer who ell hi milk on the hails of quality und who abolishment of the health The Woman Suffrage tupporteri all cities except taulsvllte,boards lu wishes to Improve hi herd th pure Covingbred auernrey will nil the bill. Th were greatly shocked when the House ton, Newport, Islington male are prepotent to a marked Committee decided to report their bill and making the county and I'aducah thn unit for deRree. The cow pictured a pur unfavorable. Their opportunity to public health service, A county health bred Guernsey. have tho constitutional amendment officer devoting all of his passed at this session seems to have salary ot ten cents per time at a annum for stalls should be so constructed that been crushed. each person In the county waa proe the cows will He with their head In vided. tho numbers; otherwise they will be With an unfavorable report on the e compelled to step bnckwurd before ly- state-widprohibition amendment by Pierce Holton. of Frankfort, has ing down, in which case they have no the House Committee, soveral efforts cliunce to keep clean. A lurgc gutter have been made to bring the bill out been given a place In tho Hating nnd adjustable stalls thut Hue all the by Representative Frank Greene. Dry Hoard office by Auditor Greene. Everything for Orchard. Lnwn and cowh up to the gutter nro lmiwrtJint leaders In the House declare that they Garden. factors lu keeping the cows and floor will endeavor to obtain a vote on II Governor Stanley has appointed the clean. even though tho Senate has already following Colonels on his staff: Iko Write for free Catalogue. No Agts. An abundance of bedding In tho cow defeated a similar measure. Hart.Hopktnsvllle; W. Vernon Richstalls makes for clean milk, clean, conardson, Danville, and Wallace Stovall. tented cows, clean Honrs und thu savDr. II. P. Sights has made It known Tampa. Fla. & Sons. ing of the liquid manure. If hcddlng that he will not bo nn applicant for or other absorbent are placed In the reappointment as Superintendent ot Sam C. Klllott. or Louisville, has Lexington. Kentucky. empty gutter the liquid manure will bo tho Western Kentucky Hospital for been appointed Deputy Fir) Marshall 191G nlmorbtsl und held at thu bottom. To tho Insane, nt Hopklnsvlllo. to succeed Kdwnrd Bright of Glasgow. There thu Home extent that pruetlto prevent many candidates after tho Juicy The appointment was made by Audi are cows from soiling themselves. plum which will bo given out some- tor Greene. The manure should lie removed daily time before thu expiration of Dr, and the manger kept clean. Cobwebs Bights' term on July 1st Attorney-Genera- l Logan has made should be swept down nud beHputtered an Bttack upon tho expenses of tho wulls washed. In their efforts to prevent the con- State Department of Kducatlnn, point Manure should not be placed aculnst firmation of Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. the appointments of Jack ing out enormous expenditures and thu burn or where the cow will be Nelson, I'aducah, and Omer Stubbs, claiming that seven stenographers are coinH-lleto wade through It lu going ABKIVE. Newport who were appointed to be not needed In that department. to und from the barn. Factory and Assistant Factory InspecPublic Instruction Superintendent '. en ti hen thu cows live out of doors f.No 10; m. In summer ami uro lu the burn only at tors, the Kentucky Federation ol Gilbert answered his criticism saying To Maysvllle, connecting- at Klchmond nllklng tluio failure to clean thu floor Labor, lost In their protest of Cohen's that the Insinuation as to the employand gutter regularly will result tu foul choice, after Governor Stanley bad ment ot relatives and further state- with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; mem- ment ot extravagance of his predecesat Winchester with C & O to LexingDulry nud Food ascertained that they were both odors. Wisconsin bers of tho union and In good stand- sor and other matters have no bearing ton & Frankfort, Mount Sterling A Commissioner. ing. on the present administration. Gi- Ashland, at Paris to Cincinnati. lbert says that be has neither wife, PolnUr For Datrymn. No 71; 8:35 a. m. Resolutions have been adopted by brother, sister nor any other kinsman Belong to a dairy cnttlo breeders' asTo Rowland & Stanford connecting sociation, a cow tenting association and the State Hoard ot Agriculture, pro- employed In bis department and that every organization that will help to testing agalnit tbe transfer of 130,000 the insinuation of Igan missed tbe at Rowland, L, & ti to all points South The employment ot seven keep you posted aud In touch with the from Its fund to the State University, mark. No 28; 11:04 a. m. stenographers la necessary, says Prof. best up to date methods ot managing to be used In Government To Klchmond, connecting with L & demonstration work. Gilbert your dairy Jierd. N to Irvine & Ueattyville, Lexington & Cincinnati, Mlddlesboro & Knoxvllle. RECIPE rOR CRAY HAIR. 11:50 Pays Tarmsrs lo Buy Aa cows Bull and Rals Thlr Own Caws. those taking up the milking ot lu Kansas get further luto the they are becoming more and convinced that the only way to Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Dr. J. S. GILBERT. legls-latlv- e Honaker Dentist. McRobcrti. M. J. PATRICK, Clinton-Wayn- John 9. Surgeon. Wayne-Clinto- J. A. Beazlev LUMBER. VLsPr G.C.COX, Manse.Ky anti-trus- anti-pas- toy 1 TREES H.F.IIillcnmeyer Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs. Grape Vines, e Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox. Peonies L. & N The Central Record $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Lancaster, KeitMcky. No TO; a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elltabethtown & Bowling Central Record. Green, and at liardstown Junction to Hardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with tra!;i to Bristol & Atlanta. fast