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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 17, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916021701_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 17, 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. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELlOlOh, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMEN7. TWKNTY SIXTH YKAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 17. 1916. ' Hand Us That $ Old papers forimle NUMBKR 48. "I'rlnccss llui-V- , 6 cents a dozen at W. II. Hall's. MAYOR DAVIDSON RESIGNS. at thin office. Hands In Resignation At Council Meeting HEATING, Flowers for oil ocensions nt Stormes, II. Hall. SIGN YOUR NAME. All communications sent to this office without tho writer's name signed there-- ( to are promptly consigned to the waste I basket. It is not necessary that the published with j r.amo of tho writer be inc article, nui me puDUsliers or a newspaper must know the source from which all information comes. Another thing. Do not hold articles you desire printed until Wednesday, thp day before publication. Many have to be omitted for the reason they come to the office too late to get them in type. m a i Last Monday Night. Headquarters For Pi ows and Plow Gear, M J Try Klcischman's Yeast. W. Kngravcd Wcddlnr. nnd Calling Cards TINNING PLUMBING. Hardware, Farming S plements, Buggies, Wagons m I Li nt Stormes. The Kentucky Legislature ono good hilMlill Allen. and labor. Hudson, 2t. passed Try our self rising flour. Saves time Iluglies & Farnntl. Automobile Ilatterles, Tire I'umps, Tire Gauges, at Stormes. 2t tion The Woman Club will give n recep at their club room the 22nd. Im- m Car load of fine Southern Cow peas juU received. Hudson, Hughes & Karnau, REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. Gas Engines, Etc. Car load of Northern seed oats. These oats are bright and high test. Hudson, Hughe & Karnau. f jj YOUR ACCOUNT IS NOW OUE. f jj The Ladies of the Haptlat church, will serve court day dinner nt the store room vacated by Dickerson & Carrier, Come, eat and hell). The Ladies. New crop clover, timothy, orchard grass and Ky., lllue Grass seed now in. We haiidle only tho highest test seeds. Hudson, Hughes & Karnau. Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. A county Republican convention will be held at the court house Saturday Keb'y 2(ith at one o'clock, to select delegates and alternates to represent Garrard county at the 8th Congressional district convention to be held In Stanford Keb'y 2Uth and at State convention to be held ut Louisville, March 1st. All voters of Garrard county who believe made and Mr. Davidson in the principles of this party and ex- night. pect to endorse its policies and support its nominees are entitled to participate THE PEOPLE DEMAND in this convention. No little surprise nnd regret was created at the meeting of the city council last Monday night when Mayor Davidson handed ln,hts resignation to be accepted at once. Without except ion Mr. Davidson has made one of the best Mayors the city of Lancaster has m ever had and his friends regret that he El lelt that such a step had to be taken. He stated that his main reason for resigning was that much of the duties of the Police Judge was devolving Uion him and the result was that It was materially interfering with his private business. It is to be hoped that things may be adjusted so that these important duties may be lifted from the shoulders of the Mayor and in such case, there is a possibility that he may be tonight at the adjourned meeting of the council. The city can ill airord to lose so valuable n man as Mr. Davidson at its head and the Record hopes that adjustments can be i is 1 1 to- See our Vulcan Hill Side A ELSENER INFANT. GOOD ROAD SUPERVISOR. GARRARD ROADS NEED INTELLIGENT j Plow. The strongest and best hill side Plow. A complete line of Plow Gear, Collars, Eri- - ofriMairarrUiarriijaiitita; TtiJB Phone 43 For all Kinds of Job Printing. I (: l I We have the exclusive agency for the Breads that meet every need. in the following kinds received fresh daily. 'ttk Britain" rd ! I I (!) ! ill RYE- - "Willi Graham Raisen or without Cnraway Seeds. Wheat--S,Z1ducf.rn- I I I Sun Mnid I I ! KRIMP- - "Tho Best Round Sandwich Loaf Made 1 VIENNA- - "The Hard and Tough Loaf. it" Also Fresh Roils of All Kinds. Bread-KLWPhone us your wants. Remember we are the exclusive Agents. H papers. Lincoln t'rue bewil corn j ields enor- The Infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. rnously in corn ami uluire. Kor Bale Joseph A. Elsener, of 212 Clendenin only by Hudson, Hughes & Karnau. street, died Kriday Keb. 11th, 1910. According to one woman the girl who The funeral was held Saturday morniloes not wear all of the sailor hats and ing at 10 o'clock from the Church of all of the pink and one colored gowns the Sacred Heart. Interment was in Simpson was that she can pile on while she Is young, Mt. Olivet cemetery. it going 10 spend the years of middle in charge of the funeral arrangements. Charleston W. Vu. Gazette. nnd old age in vain regrets. Mrs. Klscner is a daughter of Mr. Up to the present time the I'nnama and Mrs. N. Miller ot this city and the Canal has cost the people of the United sympathy of their friends is extended States f.157.t3y,0!Ct.8l. Of that amount to the family in the loss of this loved $14,7M),87.'t.3u has been devoted to one. fortifications. Congress has actually appropriated for the canal a total of ' PULLIAM SELLS. 1,.1M,I43 02 to June 30. 1U1C. W. O. Mclntyre and A, W. Timoney, Ily a vote of SI to 3D. the House who recently purchased the Harrods-bur- g acted favorably umn the bill to submit Democrat in Harrodsburg. on the iiuestlon of granting the vote to yesterday purchased the half Interest women, nt its Thursday's session. The in the Harrodsburg Herald from J. G. committee rendered an adverse report I'ulham. Dr. D. M. Hutton will be on the bill but the House advanced the editor and manager of the Herald and bill by the vote named over the com Mr. Timoney will continue as editor mlttee's report Representative Gooch, and manager of the Democrat. Mr. of Lincoln county, votinir a fains t the i'ulliam's interest was purchased in woman sutfrace tironoa t on. butltenre- order to secure for the Democrat the sentative KaufTman, voted for them. use of the Herald linotvpe. Mr. I'ul as did Representative Wall, of Casev. ham, who is mayor of Harrodsburg Representative Minor, of Uovle. was will remain with ths Herald as city not recorded as voting by the daily editor. THOUGHT AND WORK. dies, oacK aanas, Trace unains, Etc. I I I Davidson &Doty BUGGIES The best and cheapest on the market. All kinds of HARNESS. v Perfect Satisfaction. OLD ! KEY MON Runs Lighter and Lasts Longest. f I WIRE FENCE. When put up it stays up. "CITY CLUB" MEETING. MOVES TO LANCASTER. There will b an important meeting Dr. M. S. Hatfield, who has been asof the "City Club" tonight. Every sociated with his brother. Dr. A. A. member is urged to be present as bus! Hatfield, in the dental profession in nets that will be of interest to all will this city, has decided to locate in Lan be brought up. caster, He has rented rooms over the Garrard Bank & Trust Co., and a resi NEW STORE AT BRYANTS VI LLE. dence from Mr. J. W. Elmore, and will Mr. A. T. Scott, one of the cleverest move to Lancaster in the next few days. and best business men in the county. Dr. Hatfield has made a number of has recently purchased the stock of good friends in Danville. He is a good Halcomb llros., at Ilryantsville, en dentist and hfs work has proven III lurging the store room nnd ndding u satisfactory in every way. Dr. A. A. large stock of "brand" new merchan Hatfield, who has been practicing in dise to his line. This oflice has just Danville for ubout five years, will conprinted for him a number of bills civ tinue his practice ut his present stand. Danville Messenger. nouncing somevery low prices and other inducements he is olleringfor the trade in that delightful section of the, INFORM THE HDITOR! county. One of the most difficult of the editor's jobs is to get facts about 'births. PICTURE SHOW marriages and deaths. I'eople seem to To start promptly ut 7 o'clock Friday think he ought to know these things by night on account of the lecture by Ilro. intuition. If not that, the birth, mar Clere at School at 8 o'clock. Don't riuge or death is of such importance in fall to set! the second episodeof GRAFT the immediate family that it ispresum on this night. Two shows. ed that the editi.r will be informed by some such wireless or just grow into the information. Then, when the HOUSE SALE. paper comes out und no mention is mude Tlu' sale of the personal property of of the event, the editor is blamed for Mr. Hunter House is advertised in this not running u good newmper or nut issue of the Record, by sale malingers getting all the news. Remember th-- ie Hughes nnd Swinebroad, The sale is are u good many people in this county. to take place Wednesday Kebnur 23rd If the editor Knew each of them by nt his home on tho D.inville pike. Mr. name, besides their family bistoiy nnd House uud bis family expect to move the chief events in the lives of every West. individual, he wouldn't be an editor. He'd be u demi-goresting bis feet on a cloud uud sipfiing umbrosia insteud of MORE IMPROVEMENTS. iuhubiting an ollice chair and wondering Mr. Th"o Currev recently purchased whet e the money for the next white b stiip in the rear of his store room. piper bill is coming from. We're of Mr. W. T. West nnd in udding quite anxious for news for the paper, nnd it an addition to his grocery. Ho will won't put you out much to drop by the immediately enstall u lari;o refrigerator ollice nnd notify us or telephone us and with tho other improvements he what s happening ut your house. will have one of tho modern stores of tho city. The position of Road Engineer in this b county draws an annual salary cf One Thousand Dollars ($1000.). The job 51 comes by uppointment and there are no Incidental expenses, such as making a eo; race for the ordinary office, to secure it. The pay equals to three and one third dollars per day for three hundrej working days. If any one doubts that oar turnpikes need the three hundred days service of a good energetic, practical business man, let him ride over the roads of the County. To those who are making constant complaint and who are every day reminded as they travel, that our turnpikes are turning to mud roads, let it be remembered that this condition is brought about by neglect and incompetent management since our rp turnpikes have been free, and the blame does not lie upon any single administration. Hut the present administration must meet the conditions at this time. The failure of the past is just now being developed and Judge Arnold is perhaps getting far more criticism than he deserves. Rut there Is a remedy and it Is up to him to take advantage of it. The mistakes of the past must he corrected. The road engineer that he is about to appoint should be a competent man and suitable for the position. If he fails in the selection he must bear the responsibility. It is his duty to the public to find and appoint a rilan who is not only competent, but who has the energy and determination to put the roads in condition. This can not be done by any man who expects to sit in an office in Lancaster and talk politics and discuss the issues of the day and draw his per diem. It will take some Intelligent work on the part of the road engineer und his full time to make any showing. Froi.i the complaint we have heard we do not believe the people of the county will longer tolerate the neglect in our road system and those who are now in chorge would do well to understand the impatience along this line. And" Judge Arnold ought to have this in mind and what !i expected of him when he names Mr. Uogie's successor. Bros., I Haselden Hardware. Wholesale and Retail Lancaster, Kentucky il Exclusive Agent For g I STONES CAKES. I Iffib Eatable Question. you, you have the remedy in your own hands. Changing Grocers result quite often in a change of eatables which is sometimes a pretty good thing to do. Because there Is no eatable question when the right eatables are bought. This store feels confident that it could give you every day satisfaction. It has no doubt whatever as to Its ability to please you the first time you come, and to keep right on pleasing you. Will you give it the opportunity. If it perplexes I Theo Currey. I JITNEY BUNS Monday, Thursday and Friday, of each week K PREACHINGS ANTIOCH. Rev. Shock, of Lexington will preach at the Antioch morning. church next Sunday The public cordially invited. WALL PAPER. TO THE CITIZENS My Stock is Complete and OF GARRARD. Prices Low. R. E. Stoves and Ranges. They can't be beat for cooking and lasting. YOUNG ARTIST. Master Marrs Swinebroad, handsome son of Mr, and Mrs. G. II, Swinebroad, hns developed remarkable talent us u cartoonist and those who have seen his recent drawing would never tukuthem to be the work of an amateur. Should his talents ulong this lino be developed, some day ho is liable to make "Doc" Sutton sit up und take notice. PLOWS That Satisfy. Best Roofing, Paints and Oils, pure Linseed not Cotton Seed. FIRE BELL AT WATER TOWER A large fire bell lias just arrived und W J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. as soon as the necessary equipments come in, It will be erected at a high putting forth to make the Lancaster elevation under our little water tower. exchange one of the best ever. Tho Record office is now ut work on The bell is so arranged now that In case of flru It can be rung, und Is to a new directory with ubout four huntake the place of the one formerly used dred names und some wtll displayed In tho court house tower. In caso of advertlsemeets of the enterprising Are run to the water tower. When merchants of the city. This new direc erected In Its final place the alarm can tory will be out about the first of the be turned from exchange. month. Of any other County 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 trade jour 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 u larger farm, do you want to trade TELEPHONE EXCHANGE your farm for a smaller farm, do you Moves To Its New Quartets. want to tiade your farm for a stock of The Dastin Telephone Company has merchandise or the merchandise for u recently moved into its new quarters farm, In fact do you want to get u deal next door to the Central Record build- of any kind started? Don't delay, get a move on you, let ing and now have one of tho most offices In tho statu. A new us do the hustling and make you money. Hughes & Swinebroad, switch board has been vnstalled und The Real Estato Men, with an entire new metallc system, the Lancaster, Ky. service that Mr. Cornu, the popular 10-manager, is giving us now is about all that the public should desire. The TO OUR COUNTRY PATRONS management hus been to un Immense Is equippOur expense to enatull the present system and the public is to be congratulated ed you upon tho enterprise this company is McRoberts FINE ENGRAVED INVITATIONS, WEDDING 1 M4 I Cards. r2 i I Beautiful Flowers t Announcement Cards and Calling k h new store with everything need. We pay the highest market price for your produce. Bring it to us and get A FREE HITCH at Dock Lee's Livery Stable. Dickerson & Carrier. g For Gifts, Dinners Wed- - g ding's and Funerals I STORMES DRUG STORE. Best Fountain Service in Town Served in a Sanitary Manner. I 2f Ok TV Page 2' E. C. MILLION. The Central Record, Thursday Feb 17 President. T. 191 g$. K. DL'ATIIERAGE, J. st CURTIS. DR. C. II. VAUGHT. Secretory. Treasurer. Biggest in Price---Bigge- in Amount of Sales Biggest in Floor Space. MADISON TO kACCO WAREHOUSE INCORPORATED. Near L. & A. Depot. DIRECTORS'. -- E. C. Million. T. CAPITAL, $40,000.00. T. Telephone 221. MARION COY. J. Curtis. Dr. C. II. VAUGHT. J. SMITH. J. M II ADEN. E. DEATIIERAGE. To The Tobacco Growers of Garrard County. We wish to thank you who sold with us this season, In fact all seasons that you have given us your business. The year in point of pounds has not exceeded a 50 per cent crop and it now seems that about all tobacco is in. Our prices have been excellent, for as against a price last year of less than 7c, we have averagee nearly $11.50. Our prices were high today for about 35,000 pounds which should average over $13.00 Those who have not sold with us we hope will by next season and from the present short crop, prices should be fine next year. Our business has always and will always be conducted absolutely on the square to all sellers, whether large or small. Our business has and will strictly be commission business. We have never at any time speculated in tobacco nor do we propose to. We have tried to state only facts in anything we have stated and what we said and have always said that the Madison had sold tobacco at just as good an average if not better than any house in the country, it was true for this it has always done. We again thank you and urge you to bring in what tobacco you have left, just as soon as possible. MARKSBURY CARTERSVILLE. Mr. N. It. Turner is very ill nt IF YOU HAVE CATARRH AID THE KIDNEYS Do Not Endanger Life When a pains this after mean your money. What other treatment tion to the liazuar. At a recent meeting of the Ladies for catarrh is sold under a guarantee Working Society the President appointlike this? ed as a committee Mrs. Edmond Sutton, Misses Eugenia Pollard and Susan HAMMACK Sutton to draft resolutions on Ihedeath of Miss Nettie Lep Kemper of which Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Cook are improv- the following is olfered; The Ladies Working Society of the ing slowly. James Carr of color, is very ill with Forks Dix River church wishing to pay a last tribute to the memory of our pneumonia. dear sister, Nettie Lee Kemper, submit John Elam is visiting his father and the lollowing; other relatives in this vicinity. Whereas Our Heavenly Father lias Mrs. It. F. Parsons visited her daugh- called from a life of suffering a mu:li loved sisterand ter. Mm. Arch Miller, last week. Itesolved that Wd reconl upon our Claud Archer's friends minutes our appreciation of her life A number of evening recently. called on him one and work among us. In years past she Mr. Edwards is visiting at the home served faithfully as Secretary and was of his daughter. Mrs. James Co'diron. a zealous worker as long as health permitted and f'uring her invalidism made Mrs. Js. Coldiron and father, visited inquiries as to the progress of the work. Mr. and Mrs. James Iiutner last week. Itesolved that we have lost a warm Mr. James Parson and Mrs. Tom hearted, Chlistian friend but that our Hurt visited Mr H F I'arson last week. loss is her gain fur we know she has Mr. and Mrs. Webb Faulkner visited gone "to be with Christ which is far better." Mr. and .Mrs. James Coldiron, Sunday. itesolved that we profoundly sympaTry our self rising flour. Saves time thize with the bereaved sister and aged and labor. Hudson. Hughgs & Farnau. mother, may they realize "that earth Miss Hena Pointer entertained a lot has no sorrow (hat Heaven ennnot heal" of her young friends, Tuesday evening. that they have only given her up to bo transferred to "The land that is fairer Mrs. James I'ointerlias returned from than day". a two weeks visit with her son, Mr. Ite it further resolved that n copy of Clell Pointer. these resolutions be published in the Miss I.ettio Peyton of Lowell was Central Record and entered upon the the pleasant guest of Miss Ettie Faulk- Secretary's book of the Ladies Working Society. ner last week. Mrs. E. It. Sutton. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Koss of Corbin, Susan K. Sutton, (i. were visiting his mother, Mrs. D. Eugenia Pollard. Koss, lust Week. Clarence Fields wus the guest of his uncle, E. C. Hum muck and family, SOME TENNESSEE FOLKS Saturday and Sunday. TELL HOW THEY WON Mr. S. I.. Ilainl returned home Saturday night from TVnn., where ho has been for several weeks, Sick people want to bo veil In a Itiutlier liuird filled lIs regular ap- hurry. A great many, perhaps moot nil. pointment lit flood Hopo Saturday and Illnesses liavo their beginning In deSunday. Quite a crowd attended. rangements of tho 8tcrauc.li and digesMrs. Josio Uogers visited friends at tive tract. Mayr'a Wonderful Remedy starts i" Hammack, Saturday and Sunday, and first doso to nut EtoinncU ca attended church at Good Hope, Sunduy. at the on tho way to health. Iho am terers following young people were the dose proves It. The It Is taken with success ovcryr.iicre. pleasant guests of Mr. Calvin and Miss I.ell Coldiron on Sunday; Misses Florida Hero ore the words of two Tennesbeo peoplo who have taken It: Iloain, Kettle Peyton, Nellie lieazley MISS COItA FISHER, SOS Saion and Kttie Faulkner, Messrs Itobert Avenue, Memphis "Have taken your Eliot, Itobert McKnight, Leslie Parson medicine and It worked llko a charm has removed quite a number of gall and Ureen Sutton. stones. It does just as you seld tt i Mrs. Chaj Rurdette of llroken Arrow THIS READ Oklahoma is visiting the fnmily of Mr. Tom L'hesnut. Breathe Hjoraei Four Times a Day and The I.ndies Working Society will meet at the residence of D. S. Swnpe, WedRelief. Give Prompt Watch Results. nesday at 2 p. m. Messrs Roy Gosney and Noel Ilogie The pleasantest, most convenient and moat scientific method for the treat- of Keren College spent the week end Simply with their parents. ment of catnrrh is Hyomei. nut a few drops of Hyomei in the In Mrs. J. W. Mahan is rble to be up hater that comes with every complete again after being confined to her bed pachage and then breathe its air for a for two or three weeks. few minutes' four times a day. Cai load of fine Southern Cow peas It seems remarkable that so simple a just received. way of treating catarrh will effect such Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. quick relief, but the most important The old crop of tobacco having been science have always been discoveries of disposed of, a few of the farmers are the simplest. Ry breathing Hyomei in making arrangements for another crop enthis way every particle of air that already. The acreage of tobacco will be ters the air passpgc3 of thethroat and considerably lessened this year on ac head and goes into the lungs is charged count of the hemp crops that will be with a healing balsam that kills the raised by many of the farmers. germs and bacilli of catarrh and soothes The Ladies Working S iciety at the and allavs all irritation. day'B use of Hyomei will last regular meeting decided to have a The first Ilazaar sometime in the near future. show an improvement and in a short Every member of the church is requesttime there should be no further trouble ed to contribute something to make it from catarrh. Its action is rapid and a success. The of society lasting. and church who now reside in iiirming-ham- , You take no risk in buying Hyomei. Ala., Danville and Lexington, A complete outfit is inexpenssve but if who will be ure to read this letter are after using you can say that it has not helped you 15. K. McRoberts will return requested to make a liberal contribu- j URIC ACID POISON' writing. It. Ci'lzen Shows You the War to Avoid Mrs. Hettie Shephard who has 'very sick is improving. Why will people continue to suffer Miss Estelln Davis was the guest of ; i. . .. . . I i .1 -n All Orders Receive Prompt Attention the agonies of Kidney complaint, back-- I Iuer insi rriuuy nig- "uurhl Does It hurt to move your i PliotiM XVJ V I!) or 8.1 ache, urinary disorders, lameness, "rm, I'KS '"'n(I our ar stretch Mr. John Davis was the guest of Mr. headaches, languor, why allow them-- ! lie careful and take j your muscles? Chiant Lear last Monday night. selves to become chronic invalids, when nceu in lime. Kncumallsm Is dealing Your chnicn of three grades of coal. tested remedy is offered them? uiijuuniui tuny cripple itu u you I Hudson. Hughes & Farnau. Doan's Kidney Pills have been used don t stop uric acid from setting in in kidney trouble over 60 years, have Mrs. Pierce Allen and daughter, were your veins and muscles. been tested in thousands of cases Rheuma, a greatspeculist's prcscrip-- 1 the guest of Mrs. J. T. Allen last Mon If you have any, even one, of the day. tion, chases this )iri out of the syssymptoms of kidney diseases, act now. Mr. and Mrs. Walker Hrys.nl are the tem and gives relief from nil forms of ' Dropsy or llright's disease may set in proud parents over the arrival of a fine Rheumatism. It acts through the seat Head and make neglect dangerous of the trouble, the kidneys, stops tile boy. this Lancaster testimony: formation of uric acid, thru drives out ' Little ILittie Italian! Davis was the throjgh the bowels that which is in thej W. C. Davis, tailor, Danville Pike, Inst Thurs blood, Lancaster, s&ys: "My kiJneys were guest of her i disordered and I suffered from pains day night. Genuine Rheuma (see that you get The across the small sf inv back. packnge) is scid by Iiev. J. M. Robinson nnd Mr. Mnrian the kidney action obliged me to Cain were the guest of Mr. J. T. Allen R. E. McRoberts and all druggists for, I have considerable and family last Sunday. Morgan Gentry, Sole Owner & Manager. arise at night. .VI cents. Money back if not satisfied. bending to do in my work and I became Mrs. Mae Robinson and Miss Fannie easily tired and languid. Doan's KidB. P. Anderson, Secretary & Treasurer. Parson were the gdest of Mrs. C. S. ney Pills relieved me." MANSE. Price 50j, at nil dealers. Don't sim- Robinson, last Wednetday afternoon. Telephone (537. ply bsk fora kidney remedy get Doan's Mr. Itobert Creech and Mr. and Mrs. Miss Mary Hell is the guest of her Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Davis Felix Pennington and Miss Susie Davis 632 to South Broadway. friend. Mrs. Mnttie Rout. i n Co., Props. Buf- were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. S. had. Miss Allie Creech nnd Mr. Charley falo, N. Y. Uoop and daughter, last Sunday. Creech spent Thursday in ilerea. The death angel visited the home of Your choice of three grades of coal. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Smith and took PRBACIIEKSVILLE Hudson. Hughes & Farnau. from them their darling babies. Their Mr.'and .Mrs. Forest Centers have Located in the Center of the Tobacco District. remains were laid to rest in the Carters-vill- e Mrs. Newton Gill is better. McClureplace near Manse burying grounds Sunday Feb. 13th, moved to the G. T. Lunsford has been ill. Mrs. Most of the sick ieopIe are improve-in- g Much sympathy is extended to the SALES CAPACITY 350,000 POUNDS DAILY. Mr. W. II. Cummins is some better. bereaved family. at this writing excepting Mr. I). D. 'Centers who has been ijuite ill. The opthalmia suffeiers are all about We sold some Garrard County Tobacco well. It is reporld that Mr. Willie Rogers is having some very bad trouble getting Mrs. Richard Williams and children GIRLS-- DO per hundred for WalkYOU KNOW WHY j last week for threw the mud on his mail route. are better. K. (5. Creech and two ion's of er Davis. Try us with a load. Miss Marie Cummins visited .Miss YOUR HAIR IS UGLY? the home were guests Huby Cress. !Mrs. Mrs. Hugh Connatthis week. of Miss Lucy Pettus hat entered school Mrs. ilawlen Naylor, Mrs. C. II. at Georgetown. Many women do not realize the necesand bright little son. William Mr. Arch Miller and family have sity of keeping the hair ami scalp abso- Sanders Ander-- j moved to Canaan. lutely clean in order to look their best. were the guests of Mrs. W. P. I son last Thursday. Services at the Baptist church Sun- And you. with only a few minutes of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Conrf are rrjoic- -' tonic mnssage, tho hair may be brought ' duy and Sunday night. ing over the arrival of a ten pound boy. Automobile TireJ. Quick Patches, to a beautiful, thick, lustrous luxuriance ! he dear little darling babe's name is' OF LANCASTER. and that at very little cost. lilowout Hoots nt Stormes. -Just try these few simple directions Robert Russel Conn. Holh mother and Mrs. Wm. Kanke is much better hti toilay: Into the palm of the hand our son are doing nicely. Capitol many friends are glad to know. ri little Parisian Sage, a rigidly guaran(Jtiite a happy time was sent nt the Mr. Jesse Lawrence, who has been teed, inexpensive anil most 'beneficial plesant home of Miss Allle Creech last A. R JENNY. President so sick, is reported much better. preparation tn be had at any drug store; Saturday night and Sunday the guests J. E. STORMES, Vice Prt a't. Miss Heulah Sprinkles visited her thoroughly wet the hair near the scalp that were present were Miss Sallie S. C. DENNV. Cashier. sister, Mrs. F. L. Thompson recently. with it and then rub vigorously until llenzlev of Paint Lick, Miss Mary R. T. JMIIIIV, Ass't Cashier. J. I (ill.!., Mr. Kd Smith of Kockcastle, was u a soft tingling sensaliop comes stealing Darnel of Richmond, MissSnllie Ander- guest of his sister, Mrs. J. M. Cress, over the head. Do this regularly for Bison of Paint Lick Mr. Will Anderson few days and you wil surely be sur-- ! of llerea and Mr. Robert Anderson of Sunday. Safety Depo All Boxes For Rent. prised and delighted with the results. this place Mr. F. L. Thompson went to Casey Tile genuine Parisian Sage is obtain WK SOLICIT YOUR HUS1NKSS. county after a big drove of hogs Monable fom R. K. McRoberts who always day last. Samual D. Cochran, Alex R. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. K. sells it with un absolute guarante of -" Word from Puris Ky., says Mrs. perfect Stormes, S. C. Denny. J. U CHI. Dr. W M. Klllott. Directors. satisfaction to llu- - user or the nl Jesso Traylor is not doing so well and money paid will be returned. l.vi ! Lancaster h,ZLh2mm'', JacobSchulzCompany ,., Fine Cut Flowers For All Occasions. - I - f Kninii-intmit- Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. . I I Growers Tobacco grand-mothe- r trade-marke- d Warehouse. 638 J. Foster-Mlbur- Lexington, - Kentucky. $41.00 6 j THE NATIONAL BANK 50,000. 1 Surplus $30,000. ' j . lU-- is very ill. in H- Little .Miss Eliza Anderson Cummins who has been very sick, is able to bo about again. Mrs. Sylvester Thompson of Paint Lick, visited her brother, Messrs T. W. and J. F. Payne, recently. Lincoln Piizu Seed Corn yields enormously in corn and silage. For sale only by Hudson, Huglies& Farnau. Uov, C. II. Greer, the presiding elder of this district, held quarterly conference ut the M. E. chuich last week, Mr. Fred Hell came homo from Corbin last week. It will bo remembered that he was run over by a car in the 1. & N yards there and had u leg cut off, lie Is able to get Hboutcn crutcher. We wish to submit thu following tribute from a friend concerning the death of our oldest colored citizen; The ucain last weeK oi "uncle Jesse ' Anderson, of color, aged 78, marked the passing of a figure long familiar to the community. He was of thu type, polito of manner, sober, Indus, trious and reliable. His politeness was unfailing and his simple piety and gentle manner made him a dependable and appreciated figure among his neigh burs. The period previous lo the civil war has so fur receded that we shall soon know nothing of tho real ulfection that existed between master and slave. "Uncle Jesse" referred to Ins master and to "his white people" with esteem, declaring If he had had to return to bondage ho would have chosen thu same master. ante-bellu- LOWluLL Mrs. K. F. I'arson spent last Tuesday witli her mother, Mrs. Win. Hurte, Sr. ' Miss Lucy Coldiron is spending the week with her sister, Mrs. James' "CssreT Ilutncr. Mrs. Joe I.aws'm and children of Lex ington are visiting Mrs. Robert lirown this Week. Miss Virgie Lee went to Lancas Tues jay for several days stay with li grandmother. Mr. T. I!. Kuhlmnn, assisted by Mr. F. A. Davis, invoiced his stock of goods i I Mrs. Jay McGce. o! writes: 'For nine (9) years. I suffered wilh I had terwomanly trouble, rible headaches, and pains in my back, etc. It seemed as it I would die, I suffered so. At hst, I decided to try Cardui, the woman's Ionic, and It helped me right away. The full treatment not only helped me, but It cured me." W. 9. RI&1EY. Funerai Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Oflicc Phone 18. Residence I'lione 3li. J TAKE the past week. Miss Marien I.edford has been the attractive guest of Mrs. Speed Ledfont for several days. Mr. llertrand Drown left Inst Monday for an extended visit to his uncle in Fort Worth, Texas. your Cremo Dairy Feed will inak cowa give more milk. For sale only by Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mr. Wm. Hurte Jr., purchased u h me and fouracresof land from Corb'a Guinn for four hundred dollars. Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Davis and chil- Cft nJill The Woman's Tonic Cardui h:Ips women In time of greatest need, because it contains ingredients which act specifically, yet gently, on the weakened womanly organs. So, if you feel discouraged, unable to blue, do your household work, on account ol your condition, stop worrying and give Cardui a trial. It has helped thousands ol women, why not you? E-Try Cardui. I I HONOR ROLL. KY. Severe Cold Quickly Cured. "On December first I had a very severe cold or attack of the grip as it may be, and was nearly down sick in bed," writes 0. J. Metcalf. Weatherby Mo. "I bought two bottles of Cham-- I berlam's Cough Remedy and It was only u few days until 1 was completely restored to health. I firmly believe that Chamberlain's Cought Itemedy is one of the very best medicines and will know what to do when I have another cold." Obtainable everywhere. I j i "I can honestly recommend your remedy to all sufferers from constipation and stomach troublea. Indigestion seems a thing of tho past villi mo." Mayr's Wonderful Itcnirdy gives permanent results for stomach, liver and Intestinal ailments. Kat as mucU and whatever you like. No moro dl.t'ess. after eating, prcssuro of gni In 'ha stomach and around the heart Grtcuo bottle of your druggist now nnd tr It on an absolute guarantoo If not money will bo returned. For sale by It. E. McRoberts und all other reliable druggists. antls-factor- y would." MIIS. W J. WARD, Sparta. Tcnn. We Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, Capital $50,000. IJ. F. HUDSON. W. Surplus $50,000. J. WALKKR, Vice Prest. 0. P.ICNKY, President. Ass't Casli'r W. Joe J. Walkeii, Jit., Cashier. dren spent several days lust week III Richmond, the guests ot Mrs, Davis's sister, Mrs. Albert McKinney. Last Tuesday while breaking a you g horse, Mr. W. F. Sadler, had the misfortune to be thrown from the cart, thereby dislocating his knee. HONOR ROLL of banks. Such an institution in a community is credit nnd assures that the hank is SAFE, SOUND ami SF.CUUE.a We are better prepared than ever to accomodate our customers In every way consistent with sound financial principles ond we thank our friends and customers for their aid In assisting us in this high iiositlon on the Honor Kotl, The Central Record, Thursday Feb 7, 1916 1 TotlTTftMIIUkr 1 Damon and Pythias Ne. Page 3 KT" Ml PROMISE RUSH General Assembly Passed Few Bil!.3 Session To MI.IHIJI.Uitfj w II f 1 11 l.gtl g ItllUllt 1 IIBIJ Prince Albert meets mens iasi.es I all over the world ! M. 9- Close in STATE-UD- E Three Wcaks DEFEATED Is Plaeed even tended to vote for though he knew It to be contrary to the plat form, Vrnufe ho hnrt promised his constituents to support It, How Two Old Bum. Worked but, he declared ho rould not remain silent when tho Oovernor was bcln a Crowd. nttacknl. Dr M. QUAD Ho made charges that n chamberCopyright, laii. by .McClure maid at n hotel In Krankfort has acpnrxr Hmdlciile cused Itrpresentatlve llaney or i proachlna; her In his room with outJlI,t nTtcr lirciUfiKl the other morn .trni.h..i i.nmi. 01,1 1,18 l,mllc M "'"J' fro"' l'1" The arcusatlon was Inxettlratrd thoroiiRlily by I'ollro .'udne W. 0. Mrcot ,0 "" empty bench In one of the d Henrdon I'ollreman It. I.. Quire d'r parks, lie wasn't n tramp. He nt the time said that tho statement wbsd'I n vag. lie wuni't n hobo. mado by the woman were not sumi (fit There was tut name to lit him except state-wide ,..i Woman Suffrace on Calen 1 The patented process makes Prince Albert so good in a pipe or rolled into a cigarette that dar In House Republicans Ma!:c Plans for State Convention March Frankrort, Ky. (Special) With th' or the 1916 session pf the Kentucky Legislature near at hand there Is much speculation as to whnt bills will bo passed to remedy buslnesr conditions. It was expected that more would be accomplished In the early days of tho present session, but great deal or time was taken up over the I'lke County division, prohibition and woman sufTrarc, neither of which have made any headway towards be ing enacted. It appears that prohlhl tlon has been put to, sleep tor all th:s resslon, Icing defeated In both the IIouso and the Hcnate. Tho bill lor the proposed Stanley county laid on the table In the Senate. Is not expected to bo brought up cpaln. Woman sutTraKe unfavorably reported in both the IIouso and tho but brought out In tho lower body cner the committee by a majority vole and p'.iced on the calendar, ap pears to bo certain ot defeat. The usual scramble at the eleventh hour Is expected by those who have carelully watched the proceedings ot this and many previous sessions ol the Kentucky lawmakers. closing Rtato-wlJSen-ale- its popularity is now universal I It satisfies all smoke desires! This patented process, which also removes bite and parch, is controlled by us. No other tobacco can be like ay fytiNGE Albert the national joy smoke Listen : ll fid Men who have stowed away gentle old jimmy pipes for years, have brought them back to the tune of Prince Albert I Get yours out, for your confidence never will be abused ! We tell you Prince Albert will set pipe free the tendercst tongue I And smoked in a makin's cigarette, Prince Albert is so Print Atottt tan ho beam hi trjrtfiSr it tidy refreshing and delightful that it gives you xi new idea of in toppy rdtobacco Settold hag. fd fin. 10c l handtomm cigarette happiness. Any way you fire-u- p Prince Albert, it pound una tin humtdott and in thai cdtaj will win you quick as a flash it's so good and so friendly pound tryttal humidor with top that Arpa, tho fofracco in R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., N. C. $uch mm condition t In tkanf IK. ahap color of unMlablo brands lo Imitala th I'rfnc. Albvrl tid. r.d IIB. ool if j. impniliof lo fnrtal. tho flavor of I'nota Alborl tobacco! Ihopal.nled jrix r .1 prolrr alkali ... I Winston-Sale- g;x"- a a - . ) Florida - Cuba - Mew Osflsaas IDEAL WINTER I Out ot respect to the memory of Abraham Lincoln, both branches over Saturday, February 12th, WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. LONG RETURN LIMIT. STOP OVERS. rort ruLL information, apply to nearest tickct agent on write Lexington, Ky. II. C KING, Pa.scncer and Tickct Agent, 101 Enit Main Street, Cincinnati, Ohio W. A. DECKIXR, Ccnerat Paue.-irjeAsent, IE El tH PUBLIC SALE OK Land And Personal Property ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at "The Tv.riza.VL" in-Sof- for a nice Lunch, also Everything D t Drinks ! E $4.00 ONK YEAR. $2.00 SIX MONTHS L COURIER-JOURNA- DAILY BY MAIL ' (NOT SUNDAY) AND 23rd 1916 I will offer for sale to the highest bid der my farm of CO acres located Smiles West of Lancaster on the New Danville pike. Good four room dwelling, 2 porches, large stock and tobacco barn, 12 acres to go in corn, G acres in rye balance in grass. Or if the land does not sell will offer it for rent to. the highest bidder for the year 1916. Possesion given at once. At the same time and place will sell the following personnl property: One 9) ear old work mare, good driver; One 5 year old driving mare, gentle, works anywhere; Two three year old fillies, well broke to drive and work; One Yearling horse one Jersey mule; cow, fresh; 1 red short hoan cow, fresh in March; 1 Jersey heiter, fresh in May; 1 sow and pigs; 2 gilts to fat row in Murch, 1 wagon, 1 buggy, wneat dJill. corn planter, wagon gear, buggy harness, plows, harrows and other farming implements. .15 bushels of Irish K)tatoes, tO barrels of corn, some timothy hay and some fodder. Also household and kitchen furniture. Liberal terms. Sale begins promptly at 10 o'clock. ON WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY, HUNTER HOUSE, FARM and FAMILY AND A GREAT MONTHLY MAGAZINE IIUCIIKS & SWINKHKOAU. Sale Managers. A. M. llourue, Auct. During January c i l . .. t t - Ilr Utf, ' TWO YKMUVl ' . 'in in.Ji iTri irr V. ar iu tta A vwtatoSln urUftU.tlUff4 lturt-.ii. I.E,iJi4'PTJ(( 11. ir JtitS, i Utf JIM f i n Vntijil February Only bftiufMiio ELLIOTT U II J o tmi k .h, x W 'V?'M Hy. FENJiBAKER, Sk'j, LccMJe, Special Rate Period Limited to These TWo Months. Splendid Combination at a Little Over Half the Regular Price. Subscription orders at this rate will be accepted only when sent through regular Courier-Journal Agent in this district. The undersigned hereby g've warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands tor any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N U I'rice Ji. L. Elkin W. Jt. Cook. Mrs. Itebeccu J. West. II. C. Arnold. James G. Conn, C. Morgan, J. P. Hland. Long Ilroa J, II. and V. S. Weaver W. T. West. J. Iloolh Sutton. W. L Lawson and son. Howard King, Miss Carrie lloulden. J. II. ItiiFsbv. John Hichardson. J. C. Kicsby, A. C. Miles, J. I). Woods. Jno, M, Karra. J. II. Thompson, II. L. Kelly. David Steven. Frank Thompson. S. C. Rlgsuy. D. M. Anderson. J. II. Thompson. Am and Ed Bourne. Davis Sutton We will add other names for 25 cents POSTED J. haven't you?" a "I guess I have," replied Uncle Rube, The Strlcklett-PIcket- t bill, The first thing Oovernor Stanley passed by both branches of the General with n doubtful look, "but I've forgot did after the State-widprohibition Assembly, was the first signed by ten. Rut what are wc going to do omendment was defeated, was to call Governor Stanley and will become a nbout this case?' 1M1 "Vou aro a Good man." said Pythias, law, January 1, 1917. It Is the first Attorney-Genera- l M. M. Logan, Audi of the Democratic Dlatform measures "Dut J'ou liavo corac ,0 latc- - Damon, tor Itobert L. Greene, and Treasurer to become a law. , he has come too late, hasn't he?" . "I think he bus, Pythias, but mebbe Sherman Goodpastor Into conterence, Cheap andblgcanBakingPowdersdonot The State Hoard or Equalization has there la Just one chance yet. If I could with a view to legislation which It Is It'aPure save you money. Calometdoe-Blt down ,0 n fuU mcal once more 1 Intended to liquidate the State debt been organized with W. M. Duncan, ot imnK my me couiu ue saveu; omer- and far superior to sour milk and soda. Lawrenceburg, as chairman, and W. D. or three million dollars. wise there Is no hope for me, The first thing to be done Is to se Mason, or Lancaster, Chler Clerk. The "Docs he think that food will save cure tho passage of a bill under which Assistant Clerks are E. P. Peterson, or him?" anxiously nsked Uncle Rube. provision may be made ror decreasing Campbellsvllle and C. E. Mattlngly, or At this moment half a dozen men the amount or Interest now being paid Drandenburg. crossing the park stopped to Inquire . oy too state on Its outstanding warwhat bad happened, nnd Pythias anSecretary or State Lewis has rant. by saying: Charles J. Howes, who has swered their questions A committee or the Kentucky Bank"Poor Damon's heart has given out been acting as Assistant Secretary of ers' Association will assist In the on him at last' preparation ot this bill. Several ol State, to hold until .March , 15th, or Neighbors, the ense Is this," added I . ? ... Until his fllireessnp fa -mnn n o, , an, ,i ' the leading bankers ot the State :r AT OUR Unclo Rube, with a nourish or his arm. approved J the Governor. by have already consulted with Governor d, maa hag ' ,Th9 here The Court or Appeals In an opinion , your lnast for huU wh. Stanley regarding tho matter, and adwect t fooJ ',usmon while you have been trotting around ministration dtnclals are optimistic J a. , mm Aiiorneyj wtu loaded stomachs, """" a,, r. : concerning the likelihood ot eliminating the debt Leaders declare that cenera. ixjgan, reusing to allow the More men came up until the crowd the tuturo ot the Democratic party salaries or the portor and seven steno- - numbered thirty or forty. Most of grapners tor tnc montn or January In them took n look at Damon, whose In Kentucky depends In a great measino omcc or v. o. Ullbert. btato Super- - bunds were clinched and eyeballs turn ure upon It. Intendent of Public Schools. a a ed up, and then smiled at each other, Good Work and The Court suggested that the General It was nn old gag. and ninny or them The Duncan administration bill to Assembly alone has power to appro- bad seen It worked before. amend tho text book adoption law to Prompt Service by Unclo Rube took a dollar bill from proldo that not more than three sub- priate public money to that purpose. Gilbert says that he will appeal to bis pocket nnd dropped It In bis bat jects or study shall bo changed at any Expert Mechanics. one year was recommitted with leave the legislature ror help and a bill to nnd passed the hat n round nmong tbe crowd, saying: to bring It rorth at any tlmo. This that effect will be thrashed out. Complete line of Tires. "If I ever met with n worthy cause, bill has passed the Senate and will Everything in Automobile two bills designed to enforce the this Is the one of nil, I should be be substituted lor the Houso 1)111, Sunday closing law In Kenton and nshameil to go home nud face Hannah Accessories. Campbell Counties passed the House If that man died on the bench with me Tho solons aro beginning to take without serious opposition alter much looking on. You look like men with stock now that the session ot tho Gen- trouble was experienced In getting hearts. Come down!" Prestollte Service. eral Assembly Is more than hair over. them placed on tho calender Thero wasn't a man In that crowd of and Every man who has a bill that ho re- through the necessary readings beforo fifty who didn't believe he was being lies on to pass In order to square l a voie was laKen, MITCHELL & gulled, but they wero n good natured with his constituents Is begin- Tho bills were lot. nlmost every ouo contributed nirg to figure on how ho can get It sentative Greene, Introduced by Repre rromanddime to n quarter. The chaugo n of SHACKELFORD. through the legislative maze that now representatives 'from Carrollton. The was wrapped In the bill uud tho whole Kenton and confronts him Campbell Counties fought valiantly to handed over to Pythias, who said: Thero will likely bo somo tancy ucie.it tue measures, Second Street. Phone 124. "Gentlemen, you have dono u mere!-fu- l "Jockeying' rrom now on, and oil sorts act. and I thank you, nud Damon The first measure Is known as the or arguments will bo brought to bear "common Danvilfe, Ky. thanks you. And you thank these nuisance Injunction net." by tho anxious solons to get their provides any place whero liquor Is It don't you. Damon?" sold measures advanced beforo tho tlmo In violation of law shall be considered "I do." when they must trust to tho tender a common nuisance nnd protldes "And you will never forget this nofor mercies or tho Rules Committee. tho abatement of such nulcances by ble hearted old man who has spoken so well of us?" injunction. Stato-wld"Never. Pythias, never!" Upon the affidavits of threo credit- prohibition was defeated "And you have resolved to live on, or KeprcscntutUos tall able citizens of any community that In tho lloute HIGHEST PRICES PAID lug to receive tho necessary three-- such a nuisance exists, tho Attorney Damon?" RtmllUnc Mailed on Dr "I have!" fifths by six votes, uenerai ot Kentucky is required to Skipmtol ft Kcccivttl "Do you hear that, gentlemen?" said Tho voto stood 51 for submission Institute an action to enjoin the nuiNo Commission to Pay Uncle It u bo us n smile came to his sance perpetually, and 40 ngulnst. During thu debato on this measure Writ fcr Pric. LUt dJ The second bill passed Is a "for- face and tho moisture to bis eyes. Shipplof T In the House trouble arose between feiture act." This measure provides "They nro both going to live on and lead nobler nnd purer lives. I fed llko Representative W. II, Harvey, ot any saloon keeper who violates the M. Sabel & Sons Dixon, Webster county, nnd Repre- law shall forfeit his license, and that giving three cheers!" Hut beforo he could glvo theni Pythttaluuiti tISf sentative J. I). Humphrey, ot Flom- - no such saloon keeper shall ever be ias stood up and Interrupted with: LOUISVILLE, KY. Ingaburg. granted another license. "And It only remains, gentlemen It Speaking In support of tho measure. The most drastic feature of tho bill Representative Harvey resented a Is the section which gives Jurisdiction only remains to" Police, police!" yelled n small boy In all cases under tbe act to tho Frankstutomeut that a Democratic mombcr ALL ABOUT THE who voted for tho bill was a bolter. lin Circuit Court upon tho affidavit ot In rear of the crowd. It only remained for Damon to roll Ho rofcrred to the Democratic conven- two creditable witnesses that there has off tho bench and scramble to his feet, LEGISLATURE tion at Louisville last year as not rep- keen a violation or tho law. Either and In tho minutes the pair wero half resenting the real sentiment of the lido may appeal to tbe Appellate a THE STATE JOURNAL of Frank- mile uway. The crowd laughed and party. Ho crltlcled Governor Stanley Court. good naturedly, although It fort, Six Issues per week. Only Daily .The State Excise Commission bill, cheered harshly and accused him of deceiving had been "worked," ami Unclo Itubo Paper at the State Capital. tho drys In certain localities as to his which has been proposed by the took off his hat Sovernor as a substitute for tho mea- und exclaimed: aud scratched hU bead question. attitude on the From Now Until April When Representative Humphrey sures was not Introduced. Hy George, when I tell llannah she 1, For Gents. The "forfeiture act" has been re- won't believe It. I guess I've been rained tbe floor his speech precipitated trouble. He declared that he ln- - ported unfavorable in tbe Senate. Less Than 5 Cents a Week. kinder uindo n fool of!" anti-pas- s e I his birthday. "bum. Soon n youiiKer bum en me sneaking nrrrwt tlm nnrlr nh.1 .nt ilmt'ti mi tfi "therendof iho bench. lie nlso gazed Into that It was a framcup by those op- sigh. ncancy. He nl.o heaved n deep They hail not even looked at posed to state-wid- e prohibition, Tho state-wid-e prohibition amend each other when the old bum mumment Is dead for the present session bled: "Did jou git anything?" or tho legislature, having been defeat"Not a red. I wnn giving tho old gent ed by the Senate. a fine song nnd dunce about my dying wife when a cop appeared and shook: The Woman Suffrage constitutional me till my teeth rattled amendment providing for the people There's nu old gent coming this to vote of tho question of whether way," said tho big bum. Ho looks llko women shall vote or not was brought an Undo Itube walking out to see tho out of the hands of the Committee In d.l.a I. . . I. .11 .,!.. t ..'.. uespua gag on him " v.i initial-- ui iiepresemamcs oy voie oi , wbereumm the l.ls hum half 51 to 40. I around so ns to stretch out on his back The vote of the Committee stood nnd lay his head In or tho the lap C to 4 In favor of killing tho bill, but younger oue Representative Hobbs, of Lexington, I Yes, Uncle nnd close his eyes. to Itube had come town author or the bill, moved that notwith- ' .IUC ,1n I . I. IT.. IIUU IUk UJ.I III, U AIV 1.1 standing the unfavorable report, the hotelU.ljr nenr the park nnd was out nt nn bill be given Its first reading and early hour to sec If the towu had grown placed In the calendar. He made a any since his last visit of twenty years brief speech In ravor or tho bill nnd ngo. As his walk brought him near tho Representative Odlo Duncan, ot Hen- bums his curiosity was excited. Hero derson, spoke against It. was n case that demanded Invcstlga The galleries or the House were fill tlon, nnd Uncle Itube advanced and ed with women long before the tlmo miin.i nut- to vote on the motion and were Jub - i ..gay, now, )Ut WBaf., tbe maUer mum i iiit-i-r in uaving n here?' placed In the calender, "Sick," was the answer. "Sick, eh? What kind or sickness?" Without debate or roll call, the Pre"Weak heart. It alius goes back on paredness program by President Wil him when he's been without rood ror son was endorsed by the Senate. The three or four days.' joint resolution was Introduced by "Good Lord: Hut you don't tell mo oenaiur nooies, oi spencer county. that's tho ense now?" I "Damon, how long Is It since you The Impeachment Committee de- - bad n meal?" tenderly nsked tho little emeu 10 mane two reports to the bum ns be bent over tbe head on his House on the petition lor the Impeach- - knees. ment or J. h. Williams, Judge or Mc- - "Mebbe n week," was the faint reply, Creary County. The majority report, "I can't believe it." said Uncle Rube, signed by the Democratic members "Nothing to cat for n week right hero will recommend the Impeachment, in this big town, where they throw The minority report, submitted by Re- - nway enough every day to feed n bun presentative White, of Marlon County, dred bogs. What's bis name?" the sole Republican member on tho Ills name Is Damon and mine Is committee, will recommend the peti- Tythlas. Wo nro comrades. You've tion be dismissed. read about Damon and Pythias of old. ralschoo.l LlbCmrClLn!,:1.n,Mldm,Slj: ",a"nc(1. ,0,!,,m,it.1,. I'limphrey as a black statements nl de- I Cant P". anything made with Calumet Bikini; Powder. Mother never had such wholesome bakings until the used Calumet. It' Calumet surety, uniformity, purity, itrencth. that makes everv bak ing turn out right that tavei miilioni of housewives lULing Powder money. ue mr to yourself uie Calumet Received Highest Awards Xn Cntik Jrtoll Fr.e St Shp in JtonJ Can. ... eSTOP GARAGE '"- . Whenin Danville ... him-sel- 1 lace-w- itrj state-wid- e 1916 50 R. E. McRoberts. Lancaster, Ky. COURIER-JOURNAL ThedevizrzLL Record $1.00 Per Year In Advance. Lancaster, Kentucky. RECIPE IX)R CRAY HAIR. To halt pint of wattr add 1 os. liar num. a small box of lUrbo Compound. and hi os. of glycerin. Apply to tb. hair lu leal a whk until It Become, ma uesireal had.. Any druKgt.t can put this up or you can mix It at bom at very little co.t. Cull directions far making and use com la each box of Ilarbo Compound. It will excelhair, and remove dandruff. It lent for failing hair and will mak harsh hair soft and gloaay. It will not color th dp, I not sticky or grasy, and do aet r off. No other paper will have as large a tatf of reporters as Tho Stato Journal to rover the present session. If vou want to keep posted on all features of news at the State Capital, this is vour chance. Keep in touch with State politics and see what your Representatives are gradually darkn streaked, faded gray doing. I COMPANY, Louisville. Send All Subscriptions to The Central Record. Lancaster, Ky cash. Page 4 The Central Record The Central Record, Thursday Feb 17 19 Id. CO them to make him Judge Davidson. 5 CRUSHING OF We hope that the unfortunate condition WOMAN'S DREAM IS which compelled him In justice to his incorporated, TRUE AT LAST KAISER'S NATION $1.00 a year. private alTairs to resign the office as ssued Weekly. mayor, may be adjusted and that he She Knows Why Offer Is Predicted By Kipling In Article On War will continue upon reconsideration to J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. glv to the public his valuable service to Divide Fortunes. Incoriniral'd. R. L KI.KIN. Locnl Eilitor nml Mgr. until his term shall expire January 1, (Ity Itudyaril Kipling.) To tie a sulTercr from nervous dysJAMES C. STONE, Paris, February 0. - We are passing iCntfrrdsl Die IDt omv In tuncMtrr, Kt.. 1918. pepsia for ten ears, and to bear alt Mail Mailer Secon.1 Cl JOHN L. BUCKLEY, Vice President. the torture, mental and physicnl, that through dark, damp days which are not The Lincoln banquet held In LouisMember Kentucky Tress Association ville last week by tht Hepublicans was this all too common ailment brings, good for the soul. THOMAS H. SLATEK, Secretary and I have known blnck momenta and and a real harmony melting. The old war- and then to find relief almost over doubtlm shall know worse. The GerSALES HOUSES. Kighth District 1'ulilisliera League. ing factions laid aside their dilTerences night, is like having a happy dream man in exploiting alt the psycolngicsl come true. I'Ihiih; 71)1. and gave the outward appearance that I) W Scott. Mniingcr CENTRA! i Hut this was the delightful experi- factors he is capable of understinding Lancaster, Kjr., February 17, 1916 the party Is again united. There was Phono 1701. I. lxslie Knight. Manner. PLANTERS ence of Mrs. Margaret Hunter, of 10 and his press just now Is engaged In one significant t hlng to be obscived Pimm MM. Eighteenth street, Newport Ky. Mrs. confirming the world in the idea of a LEXINGTON NO I John I.. Hucklry mill . Rotes For Political Announcements from the reports of the meeting and Hunter, the wife of n Phono 711). n and motionless and unbeatable Michael, Geo, M Unthml. MnnnCrrs LEXINGTON NO 2 I.M win 1', Morrow is no that is that highly successful real estate dealer in straddled across Euroio nnd disdainful For Precinct ami Citv Olllies . . .S 5.00 longer the recognized leader of the 10.00 of his little enemies. the Kentucky 'or County Offices party. Judge Kd. C. O'Hear, nominee long hoped for city, recently told of tho change in her life. Hut the idea Is beginning to peneState and District Offices.... 15.00 for Governor four years ago, was the "For ten years", explained Mrs. trate the Tueton's head that this is not .10 For Calls, per line hero of the occasion and it is very ap- Hunter, BECAUSE it Is the biggest in the world. "I have suffered from nervous a war of victories, but n wsr of ex.10 For Cards, per line parent that since the party lias twitch- dyspepsia. When I read of the redrying We in offers termination for his species. For all publications in the interBECAUSE all have ed from the County Unit to State-widof to divide their England are better Informed on this est of individuals or expresProhibition that Judge O'ltear is n fortunes if they might be BECAUSE buy through brokers on cured of this point than we were a year ago. sion of individual views, per dangerous rival of the late candidate terribly distressful malady, I BECAUSE we have .10 felt that When n whole nation goes into the line nine licensed buyers on the Lexington He lias always been a in this way they for Governor. most eloquently told trenches there can be no victories; 05 Obituaries, per line BECAUSE State-widLexington has averaged for the past five and will doubtless be one of their sufferings' and I felt, too. that there can only be killing, nnd at least of the foremost men in the councils of I would never be to above the entire average of cured, because I had three nation" desire greedily that the We are authorized to announce Miss the party in the future. no millions to offer. u crop; why not Teuton be killed in retail, since lie can BECAUSE it you 12 months of hard work to Jennie Higgins a candidate for County "I used all manner of remedies with- not be killed in wholesale. of Garrard School Superintendent The Harrodsburg Herald issue of out avail. Even the strictest dieting it on the BIGGEST AND BEST day or two longer and sell The Germans cannot withdraw from County, subject to the action of the February 11th. got the wrong sow by did not help me materially. Food in his present lines. He dares not because MARKET IN THE WOKLD! Democratic primary August 1917. when it gave ul credit for an any form was absolutely repel'ant at the ear, he would have to explain that action M article we were not guilty of writing. most times. Hut worst of all, of course to his own people. He for yourself and be convinced. anybody's word come must use him- - j Don't The bill in the General Assembly to was the constant nerve strain. 1 had sen up gradually either uy advancing a vote State-wid- e Prohibition submit to all of the symptoms that dyspepsia and winning WE HAVE A SALE DAILY IN ONE OK MORE OF OUR HOUSES. victories, or by staying has been killed both in the Senate and causes headaches, backaches, and where he is. GOOD RECORD. As to the prices we are getting and the why we link after oiir tobirrn, ask am one who has sold with AdThe Democratic in the House. pains in the kidney regions, nausea, And when he Is used up there wilt be us-- we will stand by anything they say about us and solicit your trade that basis. ministration, carrying out the pledge Tho term of the Mercer Circuit Court, dizziness, sleeplessness, bad taste in my very little of the German proolem to We have in our market report for several weeks pist report, d n string and active market with n decided in the party platform, opposed the sub- just closed, cost the state less than any mouth, a coated tongue, forming of gas settle. That is the end where the de. advance for common red grades. This week the market has rein.umd firm with values on it par with last mission to a vote at this time. It mat- single term of court held here in half a in my stomach and bloating, and 1 was tinies are forcing, despite all the efforts week. There was some discrimination, however, agulmt tubaeo in to. high order which had a tendency to ters not what opinion is held by any century. Judge Hardin should be com- in a generally n i. i and thoroughly I we inave inane. . .. avoui u. 10 give the market the appearance of not being quite so string democrat upon this subject, no criticism plimented on tho way he expidited bus nervous condition. The questionnf indemnity to Germany can be justly made for the position iness. The petit jury served only six "And then carro the joyful surprise. disapeared by the force of facts. If taKen ny ine governor ana nis Ad-- ! days and the cost of witnesses did not After the first few doses of Tanlac I has ministration. Governor Stanley, both exceed ten dollars. This speaks well was benefited. Now I am back to a she claims one iiwill be cheaper to conIf she demands jieace before the primary and during the for local option. Harrodsburg Herald. normal condition, nerve quieted, rest- tinue killing. to the campaign proceeding the November ful sleep, and my food digesting as it without indemity, returning We advise ou to bring your tobacco on and sell it as soon as ou can. Our motto is "Prompt and election declared upon evjry stump in ' should, and. of course, I nm gaining status quo, what guarantees will there be thrt as soon as civilization is dis"KEG" MASON strength daily. Kentucky that he favored a further ellicient service and courteous treatment.' she will not throw herself on "My husband, who has seen the armed trial of the County-Un- it law before the State-wid- e Amendment was enacted Lands Nice Job On Board Oi Equalization splendid effect cf Tanlac on me, has al- us again? The moral law directing her life compels her to do so. so taken it." and he would have been acting in bad His legion of friends will be glad to Tanlac, that inspirsd this intensely That is why her ships cannot be alfaith, both with his party and those who Incorporated interesting story, big in importance to lowed to go to sea again. She cannot supported him upon this promise to know that Mr. W. II. Mason, clerk of this county, has been appoint men and women everywhere, now is wage any more war than she is now LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. have now advocated the submission of to the State Hoard of beine-- Ir.trodni-Hi- l m I; E. waging, because che is engaged on all in l.Bnpi the State-wid- e amendment. A number ed chief clerk possible fronts. She can defend and cf democratic members of both the Equalization, which was sworn in at Mcltoberts where it is beini? fullv Frankfort last Saturday. As soon as plained daily. consolidate her ronn.ue-.ts- , but what House and Semate had pledged their . i ... t i . r . t . . t Tanlac may be obtained in Hryants-vill- e good is consolidation when she perpel- -' 'orwaru i constituents betore the August Primary Hecker & Ilallard; Crab Orch- ually has to throw men into theringe the board will convene. thelr "ports, at that they would favor the State-wid- e Amendment, and this before the demo- The salary of the chief clerk pays $500 ard, Lyon Drown; Damille, John S. of fire burning all around her? Allah has decreed that she shall cratic platform was made and these and the session of the board lasts only Wells. Paint Lick, J. M. Metcalf:Stan- ford, Penny s Drug Store. perish by her own act. from the conmembers felt that their personal pled- 100 days. On .Monday morning the school wm sequences of the law that she professes delighted ges were more binding than the party hear the children of M PRACTICAL DEMONSTRATION and through her own temperment. If Anderson toroom sing in chapel two platform. Our Representative, Mr. ASHLAND LANDS s Clay Kauffman. has been voting with Mr. John C. Moss who had made a the allies had won five or six months little Valentine songs. the Administration upon all other quesLook out for tho spelling match to previous engagement with our "big Bgo they would have left Germany still FEDERAL BUILDING. butch, little butch, cob handle and capable of renining her lines. tions, except this, and now states that take place right soon between the puNo Germany will remain. This may pils of Miss Smith's room and those of he had promised some of his constituContract has been let for the erection case" knives enme into our office and sound extravagant, but all ents before the primary that he would thit will re- the First year High school put a fine edge on them. If anyone has a federal building at Ashland, Ky., vote in favor of a submission, if elect- of old dull knives they wish made into main will be a few people living on the Misses Nora llrown and tona Dunn the contract price being let to an eternal defensive in moral, social and of the class of 11)15, visited the school ed, and carried out his promise. The Owensboro firm, for$59.200. This puts razors just call on John. political trenches. Grant that every- on Friday of last week. These young number of votes cast by democratic thing in Germany favors a defensive ladies are both teaching this year. members for the amendment indicates Lancaster about next on the list and FIRE ON CHUTE. impossible to break; an influx of food. the Btrong sentiment in the party we may look fcr advertisements for The Valentine spirit wntf very much bids on our building in the near fu About nine o'clock last night fire stuffs which cannot bestopped;apeop!e favoring a vote on this question and be in evidence Monday and many hearts ture. So mote it be. destroyed two colored residence on indefinitely- enthusiastic for war. Even were gladdened bv tho thoughtfulness the consequences what may to the party Water St, at the entrance to the Chute. then we must hold on. organization it appears sure that the France, who d custom The alarm was turned in immediately. has paid the llesh of her flesh, England gruwing out of the submission of the question is not far of remembering others on this date. MRS. HAMLETT but the department didn't distant, and It is our personal opinion very with her half million losses and about I lie pupils or .Miss room hi more readily and when it arrived on the to pay more; Itussia with her dead imthat it will be best for the party to let tested their spelling ability Friday scene, me SEEKS DIVORCE tl.u possible to count. the matter be disposed of. alternoou uy a spirited contest Hi a Were recentl nurchased tu in tnrh All the rats are before us in the iratch. The Captains were John Win. Wife oi Former State Superintendent 'he plug wouldn't work, and one hi,u same ditch and as far as England and President Wilson and his Secretary Tinder and Marrs Swinebroad, the foruurned practically down before th the cmpireare concern d. we can put mer winning out. of Wat, Mr. Garrison, were in full Charges Cruelty water was turned on. At last afte as many men into the lines in France ut.uiu upon me pians to enlarge our The music class is still growing. Those the waler win turned on. it was found to hold the Teutons back as the French army and make it more efficient. The beginning since our last report are Elizabethtown, Ky., Feb., 11. -- Mrs that the hose was full of ,. nnd thi have. uisBKreeineui ueiween me two arose Vivian Wake and Margaret Cook. The over the fact that the President was Daisy Hamlett filed suit yesterday aft retardeil th" ivnrk until in,..ilier hou class now numbers 2- - and Miss Webb unwilling to undertake to force his per ernoon in Hardin Circuit Court seeking near was loiai.v uriiro d. ome one WILL MAKE GOOD. n is compelled to take some of the girls L, ng drain sonal views and those of his Secretary divorce fro-- ilarksdale Hamlett. for is to blame fur the ho-school hours. .Mr. I). F. Sebastian, who has many after of War upon Congress. The impatience mer State Superintendent of Public ed alter the lat in- - a ,, in.ukl not Charlie Klmore, Stella Henry and oi air. Uarnson with the views of Con. Instruction. The petition charges cruel occur again. Tola, loss ubout $1000, relatives nnd friends in the countv ha and inhuman treatment, which she nl wiin no insurance entered the term of George Sue Fisher itespess each rendered a sicm uun noi commend inra as a man leges has the Mrs, continued for a year. fwn college and will continue his mm piano solo in girls auditorium Friday suited for the large responsibilities playnl with cute Hamlett asks the custody of their HELEN KELLER IS DELIGHT isterial work in this splendid school morning. The me important station he held at th three children and for $10,000 alimony. Die above tit Mr. Sebastian is a bright and worthy and skill, and the school listened with! Mm t.i I kivi-i- i lime, and there are few regrets that nt the Crude! School inteiest and pleasure. young man ami we predict for him an IHIIMlinir nvkl (m .1 ED TO BE IN KENTUCKY his resignation was promptly accepted Airs. Hamlett is now with her parents e night, f. I his Mil mil lie free to On Friday night in the S hool Aud in Elizabethtown. honorable future. by the President. There will soon be HIH' f""1 r.. .1 i. HUr.-- i Hr . . r ho ha. grown hi x.pular since coming tnrium. Hev. A. J. Clere, minister ,lf Talks to Reporters of Stories by Kentucky Belected a man who will fill the position raw-- i teveini nn.nu-.- s go. the llap'ist church, will give one or lnr ' ,ri'" as well, if not better, than the retiring Writers She Has Enjoyed. IN LOVING MEMORY OF popular lectures 'HumbugH and Med GARRARD'S LEADING TAX ti ,fl, tk , uniciui. ine country has little patieno while and the Kc. Ibreu for qui who have beam Mr. dlers". ! wr Fannie Maret Scott. "It is such a joy to see you and know and thinks little of the patriotism of '' Auditorium night ia said to be Clere anticipate something gum). N you. arter hearing of you for so muiiy PAYERS or an ollicer who is so selfish in Ids H admission. ' U rt I'he tBMtftgrmmt of ttw Lyeaun has the following to say of years." said a reporter for the Evening Who departed this life. Teh. If. 11)11 whu in nut wining to con "i""'"" On Friday evening, the teachers met Killed Thirty-on- e Pay Taxes On More Than 1'ost this morning, slowly, to Helen Kel Oh, kind and denrest mother. cede something to his associates in the witli Miss Anderson for the fortnight.) i Since you have passed away. i "Ii i a ler, in her room at the Seelback Hotel ,0 t"n"f"' working out of the great problems, lik Mr. A. J. Clere to the patron, of study cla.s. The discussion dealt with I , c,,Mm $20,000. J. I. Hamilton Is Counanil as Miss Keller laid herwhitefingers It seems not two yearn Bgo, the increase of our army and navv. I ' tlm "Old Kentucky" ,)HJ ,irlBK, , hu aulvlKfa ,(, tlii transfer of special training to tlw Hut only jesterday. is indeed a satisfaction, that the great lightly over the lips of the speaker, the th" HoUtWawl whuh uyrturwl him. ty's Largest Property Holder. realms of formal diciplme and th ' WUTm words were slowly repeated with dis Though earthly ties are broken. American public, without regard to practical application to the school room. , Mr. Cl m of party, is standing behind the Preslden umu a siniie in delight over mbhes." When he rises to .peak In life we'll meet no more, uucuiras, The Assessor a list for taxation for spread the countenance of the blind and Our thoughts are with you dear mother After the discussion .Miss Andersen in i.is iWarn awth. W. to l.en. My glnn.lft,, and have responded to his patriotic word over the comment, on hi. Iec. vited her guests to accompany her to persons (lellf g,r, who is considered one of the 11 W'" anu were Is no rurther doubt that the year rjiu snow mat mirty-on- e On yonder distant shore. Buth"' thtt universally bear te.timony to his the "Puritan". There she presided u 1""''' in uunuiu tuuiuy pay taxes on ;u,vuu marvels oi mo ng: army and navy will be rapidly incroas gracious hostess over an elaborate "lw,PW" fiuuwr, logie and eloquence, Through the interpreter, Mrs. Macv The God who gave has taken. ed, to that point which the liberties o or over. Tho table was: The Heaven our mother has won; three course lunch. Mr. James I. Hamilton seems to be quite a conversation was conductei Thsre are rinnlea cf in4.trn.i-- oi . .. ... me inuiviuuai anu the large property " ""' "'" ""coe.le.l liyemo- Although our hearts are filled with decorated in a way suggestive of the! tiim ,, . ,r , . llrtl rights of this country can be protected the largest land owner and heads the with Miss Keller. art) mi tho verge of collapse, inejf February holidays and the menu and . sadness, . "I have passed through Iiunville be and preserved against any attack that list with an assessment of $G!),2CG. urK " !1 pWn af moral vision which they wil apiwintments were ccmplete in every The will of God is done. The tax list shows the following as fore, but I never thought Iwouldspeak may be made against us. The blessis The serious thoughts of the "ever want to forwike. sessments; From her loving husband and child. way. in this city." sh said. "I have read enjoyed hy the American peoplo hav $39,2C0 (W. L. S.) many stories by the Kentucky ren. -neen purchased at too great u sacrifice J. I. Hamilton r Alex Walker 48.525 authors, John rox aid James Lane w,lr"' while for both young tu trust to the fairness and justice He preaches the gospel of and each gu-- st de- social intercourse T. Y. Hudson 11,917 Alien. RESOLUTIONS. interpreted by outside world. The oc ""d sentiment, and good will to all. parted appreciative of Miss Anderson's "How about. Mrs. Wiggs?" was asked. 41.000 casionat resigning of a member of tht L.K.Perkins ne llu u coll,,.m... for llu. ... Whereas Our Pastor, Tho Iev. J hospitality. .Yliss Keller laughed outright, and E. Stormes liS.SWO "-Cabinet will in no wise retard the Pres " . pessimist Who Ull- I . has cause for nrnf The ,oww 20.557 clasped her hands together with an en Rockwell Smith, has been removed r ami etwmm mankind win. u,.. :.r... ...... went in his patriotic work nor shake II. F. Hudson slorv of Ids thusiastic little motion and said, "O, from us by the hand of death, we the gratitude because or the numerous ex. W. It. Cook 33.030 , et he is ever generous the confidence of his high purposes mi.iortune. nnd considerate killil Hlul sympathetic, "lu lovely stories of Mrs. Kice. and Session of the Presbyterian Church of prensions of approval by its frienJ. Hiram Kay 31. Ml) in me minds or the American people. The impression made upon u community and wins his hearers' hearts as well as their intellects. then, too, I mujt not forget Aunt Jane, Lancaster, adopt the following; K. H. Walker Mrs. 30,755 Itesolved. for good, and the sentiment created for We heartily recommend A. J. Cleie as a I.vr,...m ! A). 350 01 Kentucky, by Mrs. Obenehaln.1 A. It. Denny Ho is the The citizens of Lancaster will regret W. A. ' 1st. That in the death of our Pastor he.p u.ness anu progress ny supremely tv10 of u Illull wllu nmkt.a , Mrs. Macy, the teacher and inter Price 28,933 . AllIerlelll ''jnum thrive. me loss or the services of Hon. L. G Is tremendous. One of! J. Price 2S.523 preter or Helen Keller, said that the we have lost as individuals u friend and loyal patronage , . . n...,i tv wnniHuii us iimjror, ii, uuo not have It. I. Ilurton 28,325 tour outlined for Miss Keller and her brother beloved, as a congregation an the must effective ways of extending in mind an official in the town or County bie Preacher of the word and a faith the usefulness of the school is by not L. Gibbs 20,775 self was most taxing, and covered en wno lias served the people in any capa unuer-snepnerunu as a com allowing anything to keep the children E. C. McWhorter 20,031 gagements for every day up to May, iui city so satisfactorily as Mr. Davidson II. C. Arnold out of school lor even one day. 20.000 It prevents their acceptance of many munity a highly esteemed and useful while acting as major of this city. If The teachers are rendered infinitely II. Smith 25,700 courtesies, which are profferedin every itizen. is souer, industrious and polite and E. Dunn city they visit. 2nd. That we place on record our more ellicient by the hearty 25.015 courageous in the performance of pub. Miss Keller told the reporter in the sense of the value of his services and tton of the faithful ami zealous fathers Wm. Simpson 23.420 . n i... anu, i.. interview that her mother had gone to' the success attending his labors as and mothers. When the best people iiis oiuciai success corn- it uuijr U. Ituble Incorporated. 22.910 mends 1)1 in to the peojde as an Ideal of f a community commit themselves to school In Louisville, and asked eai'erlv Pastor from the date of his Installation, It. J. Lewis .. . ... . 22,625 llcial. The public will not suffer i they become an omnipo nr she knew or the "Woman's College," April, 22ud, 1913, to the time of his an enterprise I. M. Dunn young man so well fitted for public tent ally. Wide intelligence and broad death, Dec. 28th, 11)15. It. K. Swupe- a 1, .mo I characteristic fen tor., nf Ml., v. A. service to long remain in private life, 3rd. That we testify to his high sympathies are required upon the part D. Cochran Is the bright, attractive countenance and we predict that he will be called christian integrity, cherish 'the as. f an appreciative public to see the U. A. Howling L'1,135 w hied she possesses. upon In the future for larger service Hers is not u sad turance of the blessed Immortality Into strong points of their public servants 1. U. Kankin 20,550 or in the slightest degree an which he is eminently suited to perilluminate which he has entered, and will keep in and to exercise u little judicious blindChas. Deltrick 20,'j95 face. She form. We have heard some of his possesses considerable loving remembrance his kindly sympathy ness toward their weaknesses. 83. We Phones 339.F-l3-- or All Orders Receive Prompt Attention. Dave Itankln "Omr. beauty, and friends say that he would fit the her form Is trim and grace-fu- l. and full and helpful example. are happy that our people forget dif I,, woods '10 .!T7K County Judge's chair exactly and his Her voice is wonderful In its ferences, know no clans or factions M. Duncan. N. K. Uogie 2U.14S considering that no lonnil friends may call upon him to pern.lt and are practically united in their loy(John Herndon. Itobert Long 20.1371 may reach her. alty to their school. Walker. LEXINGTON TOBACCO WAREH'S President. Treasurer. WHY YOU SHOULD SELL IN LEXINGTON market large manufacturers all smaller manufacturers thirty the market 33.00 per hundred takes take'a for it, their plants here. this market. market. years $1.50 the state. raise take andsec 22,547,200 Pounds Have Been Sold up to Date AT AN AVERAGE OF $10.63. TOBACCO WAREHOUSE COMPANY. LEXINGTON " SCHOOL NOTES. REV. A. J. CLERE "Humbugs And Meddlers". "r everlly 1W I tiwr. ' l.eo hd ' "lliwf W. 8lt "T ,ii,,,,i..., "'7'"" "n niw u"iie rr- ... - ..,,... ..... Jacob SchulzCompany Fine Cut Flowers For All ;m .... 'Jailer Occasions. !Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. The Central Record, Thursday Feb 17 BOURBON nOG CHOLERA REMEDY fl ilralrnTa riiaeaa .titration tttmt. rttnlatfl the liowfla. aidadrink anil tttd the Irfd ami t'ae it tauaea hot., to fatten nutcklf, four Coita only Sc. a month for each nor will never have rholera. not: Itan't ait until the art aitk. Iteain alttitc tour hoaa thla meHicina now anil keep Orm free from worme and rtitfate. At All Drugtiata. nOUinON aEMLUT COM TAN Va l.ilasloa. 19 1 b. lr 1 5 jJNGWS WI Page 5 n CHOLERA, WORMS, COUGH, THUMPS. PrmnU inl Cures 'i Gossip About People ftrltf Mention of (he Com!n$i and Goinjt byThoae Wi Arc !ntmt(d In. A Mr. VV. S. Ferguson of Covington, lie re for several days ntiiy. Miss Margaret Millward of Lexington in the guest of Miss Delia Tinder, The Chautauqun Circle met Tuesday afternoon at thu home of Mrs. Fred 1. K. Friable. Sold in Lancaster, Kjr., by J. R. Mount, Son & Co. HEADQUARTERS OLIVER AND SYRACUSE H ill Side Plows and Points Hcntlng Stoves nt cost. Lnp Kohcs nt cost. Only Genuine Kepnlrs, Just received a new line of Harness, Britching Collars and Blind Bridles. John Deere Mowers, Binders, Harrows, Plows and Wagons. Its hcen tnltl thnt yon cntiM not get repiiirs for .John Deere Mneliliiery. This is fnlse. Wc keep repnirs in stock. J. R. Mount, Sti & Co. The Square Deal House. FOR ERSK38T5S, WH90PH.8 COUGH, CBOSP, CQpiS M I GOLDS Make tii(' Jest Rcmeily tit I lome-1- 28 Hot (air .i gists ccmr ifpc vas uld in . Ii eral and er .i t i" l In', i .tun"! dru"F.v iLijt . t !.r imaiin dittcly Ui I r r.ssi t 'K. a.s ur t!i ii.itisl.n tion cor. ejuie .i Ciiulil . .duly ana, front Limine, 'these druS' t.i ay "lliiv a bottle of this remedy ami try it for Hronthiln. Whooping Lr on nr ary Couth, Sewnre - Co-flai'd . -- I'l rc'iin; iIAffc. I i! i.-... iu .. j.. . bcliiHmnn' lnrmi.i.1 Afhriiarlor, if It duct n. t ftivu RaUsfa. tion. r il not found the Lc t remedy ever used for any of Why iki take al those complaints." vantage of ti- - 8'v: -- c and try thit medicine, and ilil yi.ur n...twy bai k. rather than luiyine another purely en the exaggerated claims of ils manufacturer or on the strength of tcntimomals (iiini others and run the chance of getting sotnetbimi worthless and also wasting your mone ? j Tc jsponnsf ul for 50 cents. "ia w buym . J." tea stcur- tins r; n.cdy, b guarantee of 'tclhcien-from tli .o tlitikyjists. you alto tfet aNittt you m lit t. lies .is tiiuili mcdU'.m as old-f.i v. .11 tn buying most any of the nvor-.H- e Nona!, ri .itly made kinds, which XI) to .'12 tcapfiuiif ul, bccau.o from 50c worth make u whole pint (I2S when iii.xed at home ui:1. pin ply oni rant of BUgar and one-hal- f 1' positively ioe -- tcr. rt. .f r t .imtnin hlorou..m opti. tto,-k- o oranvothernarcotic. It is pU audthild: a ure fond cf It. v j will bo t'li i'Ac )ndi".f, and ur.dir this positive oliitclynotuklsruninbu" rtnram.-ing this remedy. Orait4l1t!Vtihero authorized to cll it tinder the aiiie ate tiiiarantec a Schlfftnann's famous Aslh-mado- r of "Money Hack" if not perfectly salisfirtory. K J.Schitfmajm, Proprietor, Saint Paul, Minn. Guaranteed here by C. ('.;& J. K. Sto-meI.uncnater, Ky. III I '. MARDI I H t 111 I 1 1 I 1 1 MM !H GR AS. NASHVILLE RAILROAD. I Only a Day and Night to New Orleans LOUISVILLE AND ; ; ; Tickets on sale daily Feb 28 to Mch 6, inclusive. New Orleans $21.15. Mobile $17.75. Pensacola $17.28. Round Trip from Lancaster. Stepping cur fure St.OO to SI. SO enrh wny. Honnl nt Ml priviitc lioines f 1.1)0 per ilny. or nt For piirticnlars first-clas- s hotels S2.00 per tlay nnil up. m-- I.. & N. Ajieiit. mm J.1" Diaw 11 Check- - for the lniiney yonove iintl noto how nitifti more res- pectfully your creditors yon nl I They know he It doing business in a bunifrna like way. Uetter open Hiicli it n itccoimt even if jour alTairs are not large. Thev will grow all right. I'll ljj tn U.Y.ftUar' They like to lo htisinoss with n mini wlio tins tin account nt the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company GOLD MEDAL Gold Medal seeds are good because they arc 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. 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. PEDDLERS Buy your goods from your home people. Do not pay the peddlers twice as much. Help the people that Trade at help you, your churches and your schools. us your Produce at the highest market home. Bring j price. Our terms are strictly 30 days. BECKER & BALLARD PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. At in artistic entertainment Lock box 199 Commcrsville. Ind. nt Sayre College, Lexington last Fri day evening In which 'he prettiest Dlack alfalfa Mississippi lands, stock FERTILIZER FOR THE GARDEN pupils posed ns "living pictures," farms a specialty, also Delta Planta many of them having been selected beMost Satisfactory to Supply Liberal tions. Paul Finch, cause of their resemblance to beautiQuantities of All Elements DeCrab Orchard Ky, D. R. 2. ful historic personages. A Lancaster ficient In Soil. Hanks Hudfou. girl Miss Elizabeth Ford, was among Miss Kllzaheth llergess, of Mmli'on the talents chosen to portrny u famous In a ycgctnblo garden whero so many Mrs. W. S. F.lkin of Atlantn, Ga., is Is the guest of Mrs. Itoy Schooler. For Sale. plants nro grown with such varying visiting at the home of her brother, painting. Mrs Joo 1. has returned ptant fowl requirement. It Is entirely I'rincess Dreser, Sactional Hook Mr. John Duncan. from a stay in Cincinnati and St. Louis Impracticable to attempt to compound Case, Writing Desk ank Hook case comN. fertilizer formulas sultablo for thn bined, Drugget, 1 Heating Stove, and Mrs. Dettio Reynolds Smith has been Mrs. John Sanders has been visiting various groups of vegetables. It Is numerous other articles, all good ns new. in Stanford for n visit to her friend. Mr. and Mrs. Cronley, near Richmond At the home of Dev. F. M. Tindet far more satisfactory to supply liberal 210-2Mrs. Tinsley Siwonnmore. Pd S. D. Cochran. Wednesday afternoon, the marriage of quantities of all tho fertilizing eleMr. Strong, of Cincinnati, was n Mr. Grant Huffman to Miss SueDessie ments dcllclent In the soil. In this way Mfsses Josephine Deazler and Mary pleasant week-envisitor In Lancaster. Fcr Sale. Dev. Tinder each plant will bo sufficiently supplied , . Wnlden Gooch of Stanford were recent Sutton, was solemnized. Mrs. Anna Duller, of Stanford, wns olliciatlr.g with n beautiful ceremony with plant food tor full development, guest of Lancaster friends. Hotel, Livery Ilarn and two Houses the guest of Mrs. J. U. liobinsiin this The happy couple left immediately for says Ilullctln 106 of tho Georgia staand Lots. Will sell cheap if sold beWeek. Mrs. .lames Moberlv of this county their future home In West Gnrrard, tion. 191(1. Good place to Animal manures of almost any kind fore March 1st Mr. II. C. KnuhTmnti of l'rankfort was called to Jessamine by thu illness carrying with them the best wishes of aro good for enriching the garden soil. make money. Call or write for other friends for n long and happy life. and I.nncnsttr was with us for thu uf her mother. Mrs, Morris Calico. G. W. Rice, In fact. It Is qulto difficult to main- particulars. . Paint Lick. Kv. The Woman's Club will hold n Dook tain the fertility ot a soil so heavily PHILLIPS-BROW- N. cropped as a vegetable garden unless Mr. Joe Dounnld, of New York, was Social or Dook Shower on Feb. 22nd in there. Is an available supply of animal the week-enLand To Rent. guest of Miss Alberta thu club room. Refreshments will be he marriage of Mr. Oppie Drown, manures of somo kind. Horse stable served. Anderson. tlie popular pharmacy cletk of Mt I will on .Monday Febuary 2Stli 191C, manuro Is tho most convenient to apMiss Drunetta D. Arnold left Inst Roberts drug store, and Miss I.ita Mae ply; and It Is very oxccllcnt for a gar- in front of the Court House door in Miss Norn Drown, of Paris Crossing, I net. is here with here lister. Mil's Thursday for n two weeks visit to her Phillips the attractive daughter of Mr. den, provided there Is not too much Lancaster Ky, rent 57 ucrea of land, Minnie Drown. tiister. Mis. S. II. McMakin at Simp- - nnd .Mrs. Ike Phillips, of Stanford, took coarse particles of bedding applied belonging to the Archer heirs, near place in S'nnford last Spturday afterKy. Just beforo the, garden Is to be planted Point for 1910. Terms made Mrs. Joe Dryant. of Dryantsville sonvllle noon nt the heme of Rev. I). M. Walker, Winter is n good tlmo to apply ma- known on day of sale. Mesdames John K. Stormes and Wm, spent Saturday and Sunday Willi Mrs. nuro to tho garden soil. Tho manure that pnstor officiating. R. C. Dudderar, Agent, H. Cook were in Stanford Tuesdav to J. C. ttohinson. Mr. Drown is the son of Mra. Patsy should ho hauled out and spread over see Mrs. Jane I')h:n&on ut the home of Drown, all the garden area that Is not occuMias Allie Vantis is at home from a of Stanford and while he has For Sale. Mr.s. J. D. Paxton. only lived in our town a short while he pied with vegetables. Even then the visit with iiercoutiii, .Miss Lottie Carmanuro may bo strewn along between lfilj acres rf land near Hyattsville A beautiful valentine arrived at the lias made a host of friends who conson, of Stanford. tho rows of vegetables and allowed to Kv, on Kirksville pike, small house and home of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Williams gratulate him upon winni"g so fair u decompose until tho vegetables arc barn, plenty of timber to saw. Mita Lillian Smith, uf Derea, is the This last Monday. Its u girl and has been bri le nnd wish them both every happitaken off and tho Boll turned for an- land will.'grow the finest tobacco, DeJt attractive guest this week of ,er sister christened. Elizabeth. ness as they begin life together in our other crop. There Is little danger of Mrs. Chester Lewis. applying too much stable manuro to quality of hemp and 15 barrels of corn T. K. Watson, the popular insurance midst. Mr. "Johnnie" Glenn mid his pretty thu garden soli. If tho manuro Is well to the acre. If interested write. agent attended the insurance meeting Pattie G. Ilayden, wife and baby are viiling Mrs.'Gtenn'H decomposed, or If applied and plowed COLONIAL TEA at Lexington the latter part of last Nicholasville. Ky. In a month or two beforo planting 2 sister, Miss Minnie Itruwn. week. Interior Journal, The Woman's Club, for the benefit time. It may bo used at the rato ot 25 Miss .Mary Arnold left Satunluy to Mr. Walter Cox, one of Lancaster's of the Libra.)- will give n colonial tea to 30 tons per aero with beneficial ef join a pleasant liue party at the home SWEET CLOVER SEED. must tropular young men. who is in at the club room on Tuesday Feb. 22nd. fect to tho crops grown. of Mrs. John J. Ilugiin, in Curbiu. Lexington taking a Dusiness Course, at 8 o'clock. The member of the club I have n good lot of clean, Sweet Mr. Jim Pierce, the Junction City spent the week end here with his par- and invited guests are requested to PRESERVE THE FENCE POSTS Clover feed for sale. Home raised. oil king, was rhaking hands with his ents. dress in Colonial costumes. One amusLevi Elam.Crab Orchard. Ky.. Average Farmer Can Secure Profit- M3.2mo-Ping and delightful feature of the enmultitude of frinms, Friday and SatRoute No. 2. Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Cornn, and handable Results by Heating Butts urday. tertainment will be the drawing and some little daughter, Leila, uf Ixindon, , In Boiling Creosote. Mips Kthel Jones is in Deca'.ur, III., are Uiting Mr. Cornn's sen, J. U. guessing of silhouettes, for which a LOST. prize will be offered. Come and take with her sister. She will accept a Cornn' manager of the Dastin TeleTho question of fence posts Is get tea with Martha and George Wash A "Never Skid" chain from Motor position with a leading millinery firm phone Company. ting to bo a serious one. Wooden ington and their colonial friends. For- posts nro mounting In price very rap- - truck, between Manse and Paint Lick in thnt city. Mrs. T. K. Watson came over from mal invitations will be issued. 'dly and aro qulto often of poor qual about December ICth. Finder will be Miss Lena Dright and Muster Gale Stanford Thursday to attend the D. A. Ity. Iron and cement posts aro com rewarded by returning same to this Dotr have returned from Cincirnati I!, reception given by the John Mai- Dally Thought. Ing Into uso but there are objections He that will not reason is a bigot; to them becauso of cost, weight, diff- office. where they were called by the death of come Miller chapter to Mrs. Scott he that cannot reason Is a fool, and iculty of attaching wire and the crum Mr. Tom Dright. Glore, the Hegent. State he that dares not reason Is a slave. bllng ot concrete tn alkaline soils. STRAYED. Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Herron are the Mrs. Fletcher Isun. of Duenu Vista Sir W. Druramond. Railroad and telephone companies, proud parents of a little girl Ixirn on who net withquitenpainful and serious About December 1st, a red yearling using tics and poles, have the same the .Ird. The little miss has been accident several weeks ago when she conditions to contend with. They steer strayed to my place. Owner can christened, Sadie Catherine. trippled over soinetemg upon the GARRARD'S GAME have reduced expenses a good deal by have same by paying one dollar for this PROTECthe uso of coal tar creosote prcscrva notice and the grazing bill. The following are classed with the hearth and broke her hip in the fall, is D. W. Faulkner. Paint Lick Ky. tlve. forcing It Into tho ties and polo sick in the coinuiunitj : Mesdames E. reported dangerously ill TION ATTRACTING WIDE butts by hydraulic pressure In closed Route 2. L. Owsley, David Koss, W. A. Price Dr. and Mrs. J. D. Kinnaird returned tanks. Such a plant Is not available and Mis Krankie Kuuirman. from Louisville Weslnesduv wiiere they to the nverago farmer but ho can get ATTENTION. NOTICE. much of the same result by heating Dr. I'ursley and handsome wife have had an enjoyable time, having attended a banquet, and were also fortunate tho butts of posts In boiling creosote returned fiom Johnson City, Tenn., As an indication that Garrard is some All members of the Lake Placid fishenuugh to witness the celebrated photo for to thrco or four hours, afthey were accompanies) by Mrs. Stella times in the lead and to the forefront fording play "The Dirth of u Nation". to tho species of tho wood ing club are requested to meet nt the Perkins, who hud been visiting them. in matters of importance and then letting the posts cool tn the police court room Saturday evening, Miss Nannie II. Herring was the is shown by the following letter lately IlquIJ. February 19th.. at 7 o'clock promptly. Mrs. J. I!. Conn and little Harold Lawton Tmsley will leave shortly for a chnrming hostess at a Valentine party, received by the Lancaster correspondThe heat forces a part of the air This is a very important meeting and out of tho wood and as tho post cools all members should be present. visit to Mesdames Win. Guniiue and at her beautiful surburban home, on ent to the Louinville Courier Journal: Louisville, Ky, Feb. 12, 101U. tho nlr that Is left In tho wood con J. A. Deazley, Sect'y. Katherine Conn Tinsley in New Orleans Monday evening from 8 to 12 o'clock. A number of her triends were present My dear Miss Grant: tracts and tho partial vacuum thus Miss Amanda Anderson entertained and a very enjoyable evening spent. formed draws the crcosoto Into the On Jan. 2Sth. I noticed a very the teachers of the Graded School fac f or NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. special sent by you concerning wood for a Miss Allie ArThe many friends of ulty at her home on last Friday evenan agreement which has lately been Inch or more. If this cannot bo done, Of The Joseph Mercantile Company. ing, itefrehhuie nts were served nt nold will regret to learn that she met drawn up and signed by more than 40 it will pay to paint or dip tho butt of the post, for oven this will afford with an accident in alighting frcm a "Tile Puritan." Notice is hereby given that the Garrard County farmers regard.ri the considerable protection against rotShe was train several weeks ago. IncorJoseph Mercantile Company, protection of game upon their lands ting. Mrs. Joe L Francis and Miss Mary compelled to give up her school work porated, has dissolved and is winding for a pnod of three years. Would you Arnold were honor guests at an elabfor au line and was tinder the care uf Immense Chestnut Tree. up its business. All persons indebted be good enough to send me the names orate six o'clock dinner given nt the. a physician. Tho largest Spanish chestnut trco In to said companv.Jwill please come forof two or three of these farmers who home of Mr. and Mra. A. A A"dridge, world grows in a forest on tho ward and settle. Miss Kathleen Million was hostess at launched the movement so that I may tho in Ihde Park, Cincinnati. slopes ot Mount Etna. It Is said that a pretty informal tea at her home on take the matter up with them and learn a hundred soldiers nnd their horses Dr. W. M. F.lliott. ot Lancaster, acLexington avenue Friday for Mrs. more about it as it seems to me u won- once found shelter beneath it. companied by Mr. James West, also of Uobert Hulette. of Lexington. SWEET CLOVER SEED. The derfully fine thing to d,i fur the gume that city, motored here U'sterday after- invitations were limited to the most Enclosed please of Garrard County? noon and spent several hours with Direct from grower. Large cultivat intimate friends of the guest of honor. find stamped envelope and I hope you friends. Danville Advocate. ed biennial white am) ellow; hulled and llarrodsburg Democrat. will reply at once so I may learn someunhulled. Also special scarified for full Kliler F M. Tinder and Mr. Kd. Mr, Frnzier Hurt, of Lancaster has thing about this in time for the March and prompt germination. Prices and Price attended the big sale of I hi roc purchased an interest in our Hour mill issue of Farm nnd Fimily, which you 1, circulars sent free. Jersey hogs held by the l'llis Druthers will note is a publication of tlie Courier here and will move his family to Dr. JOHN A. SHEEHAN, at Kmmence, Friday, and the Johnson Harmon's cottage on Stanford street Journi.1. Yours sincerely. Falmouth, Ky. . . sale nt Smithlleld. Saturday. James Spetd, Editor. Ii'It.' !. in a few days. Mr. Hurt married Miss .. .V . It. I). No. 4. Delow will he seen the agreement ! '. t Mrs. D. C. liose, of Dryantsville, has Susie Hilton, of Stanford, a niece of ui entered into by more than 40 farmers, been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Cherry. -- Crab Orchard. 1120 1 nnd manv more have sent word they HEMP SEED FOR SALE. Mrs. Win. Lear. She was accompanied Miss Flotence Andridge, of Cincin- want to sign it. It will undoubtedly by her little sou, James Lear ltose, L, Fran- - menu much to Garrard Co. nati, who trimmed for Mrs. J. To the farmers who are thinking of who made his llrst visit to Ids doting cm the past season and will be witli sewing hemp fur the year IBlti, I will This Agreement Wittiesseth; That her again this Spring, waa compli- - In oritur to protect the game on our sell you your seed as cheap ns possible ,. .. . . a .. ...... i..t . .l One of the divisions of the C. W P. i, i. in... 1... ... i,ih ..I,.,..... and buy your hemp at the highest luniis for a perioil of- - three years we M. Auxiliary held an exchange Satur "illmery house of The Samuel 1)ilul oursi.,vt.s ,lot , ,lunt market price. ' tlt.rt., ll0r day in the millinery rooms of Mrs. Joe Ach Company to display some uf thu permit anybody else to do so. nnil we II. D. Cox. 1, Francis Mr. F.tnum Iliggiiiliotha'ii newest and latest millinery. further agree to prosecute with diliwis the saleswoman and the neat Mini Friends and relatives will regret to gence nil persons who violate the game The Central Record 1 year. KELLY TOBACCO SEED. of fS ISO was realized learn of the illness of Mr.s. J. S. Dow- - laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our Home and Farm one year. Only genuine Kelly Improved Hurley man at her home in Lewis county. .Mr. lands for the purpose of hunting. DowuiHti who is lilwavs known and we further agree to act as Deputy j Evening Post 1 year. et "htninable, direct from raiser, I who has been champion thought i.f here lis Lula Anderson, Is Game Wardens for the purpose of cur-hurley grower rviug out this agreement. Except each IBcaUtiful 1916 Calailder. of Kentucky for last twenty-fivjustly pi ty irliere in her homo town, years, wK m ,.u was always identified with ot us nave tne right to Kill rulihlts on Supply limited. $1.00 per ounce. Send our .'arms or permit it to be done by mil ;. 0. T. U. work. mail orders to. another under our sujiervisioii, or the D. L. Kelly & Sons. The local Woman's Club are arrangsupervision of some responsible and R. 1. Lancaster, Ky. ing for u "Hook Shower" widen will reliable person selec'ed by us. be given at an early date, the invita This November 15th, 1915. tion list to this social gathering to in- R. L. Elkin, MISSISSIPPI STOCK J. E. Robinson, clude not only the members of the or- Jno, W. II. Drown, , M. Furra, ganization, but ulsu other literary peoW. D. Durton, Alex Walker, FARM FOR SALE- ple uf the city and vicinity who are T. A. Elkin, llasoldcn Pros., willing and eager to make donations of ;t:l3;! acres, about 2000 open. Some II, Dalton, K. M. Tinder. hooks to the Library Department of J. ii) tenant in cultivation, housts. Logan Hubble, John II. Smith, the club, and thereby increase this col- .1. N. Ross. About 1000 acres bottom land, balance G. Al. Deshon, lection of volumes which is fust asrolling to hilly, but all sub- II. D. Cox, Fiaher Herring, suring the semblance of a "City Hughes Ijeci io cultivation, uruss grows in Pro, J. , bweenei i Library". A large donation of books W. M. Mahan Y J ' auunuance on all this tract. About live Withers Dro. "C has been presented- to the organization miles from Railroad Watered by liv Willlim, Marcus and Jim While. since tlie opening of the rear. II. F. Wilmot, ing stream. In one of the healthiest J. D. Pope, in amounts of localities in the state. Price $15.00 per The John Mutcum Miller Chapter of Fred J. Conn, Mrs. David Chenault. I acre. For further information regard W. R. Cook. the I). A. R. entertained this after- J, tV. Elmore, and up. ing Missiisippi and lennessee land write noon (Thursday), ut the home of Mr. T. C. Rankin. Huirinan Dros, us, we bundle them. and Mrs. W. 0. Rlgney, parents of Sam Cotton, Wm. G. Anderson. M. E. WAINRIGHT. Manager, W. 11. Moss MadtfromCrtamtf Tartar Mrs. Wood Durutlde, who U a member T. M. Arnold. Jr. Land Department, Jno. M. White, j of the organization. The hundtome It. E. Henry. Citizens National Dank. HQ ALUM-- KO DRANSFORD REALTY COMPANY, PHOSPHATE Dright Herring, residence on Mupel Avenue was ap- A. D Rradshaw, Kentucky.; Lancaster, Nashville, Tenn. propriately decprateil fur the suspicious It. L. Darker. Cln-lnnmo-p1 SUTTON-HUFFMA1 1 d week-endd 1 2d ono-bal- f wide-sprea- d inter-esting one-hal- Mrs. J. M. Stapp of Lexington, Is here for a villi tti her father, Judge J J'rnther. Karl Ward of hns been . nore mingling wun menus. Mrs. '. T. West, who has been con- Miss Ilessle 1'rnther, of Lexington is Intti to her room for the mit week, is improving. here visiting Mrs. Hoy Schooler. Mrs. Wm. Furnau and little eon lire lleverend 8. II. I'ollllfa many friends In Danville visiting Mr. and Mrs. will regret to hear he is ill of grip. occasion, the social nffalr being given .. .. ,. ... i ii in compliment, ui airs, neon more, of Danville, retiring State Kegent. Arnoit delicious luncheon course vim served the assemblage which included, as guests, four members from the St. Asaph chapter nt Danville, and eight members from the Logan-Whitle- r chapter at Stanford. The hours are from 3 to 5. lilC UllUrCnGS. Meeting. r rOU LI, FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. Fresh Fish and Oysters every week The Union meeting will be held at at W. II. Hall's. the Daptlst chtirch nt 7:15 P. M. Dro. Wanted-- To hire, middle aged farm Pollett will deliver an (.ilJress on the subject "the relat.on and duty of the hand with one or two boys in family to help with stock and farm work. given individual Union J I s n- . grand-parent- .... RIGHT OFF 1 THE REEL r,j 1 )aly flOYAl ALL FOR $3.25 MOIEY I TO LOAN -- ' - POWDER Absolutely Pure $2,500 . ! W. F. CHAMP, The Central Record, Thursday Feb w 1 7, 1916. W 'w w v ww War With Mexico Apples. In Lots of 1 lo 50 2 to 3 ft wa If now Sc. .1 to 4 ft was '25c now 12c. 4 lo fi ftlOO Is a Very Much Debated Question but Everybody Agrees That The . . . Benton County Nursery Co., Rogers, Ark. 10000 7000 8500 2500 4500 1100 1750 1700 1 tllllt P.Ivk lis nlintlt llP llllllllll'S of VOIir lilllO (lllll llf COtlViUCetl la thn nine a In tint; flin IiacI linrrlninQ In clrlrllv first. rlnss Iilrik.rtrni'p stnlo InitrPi Iril Krult TrppS. HiTfV PllllltS. RmtU! Vilirs. Oriinmrillnls. ilp. fnr Stirlni nlniillnil Henlon County. Arkmifit-- . heius the distinction of hnvlnjj you were ever oiTcn-t- l In nursery stork. We nre Incited in the very lieitrt of the Oznrks. In one of the finest fruit sections of the world wc nre ofTerinj you tlie ftrcntcsr bargains more ncrcs in fruit than nny place In the whole world for the nren it covers. Our trees nre propagated from the finctt varieties of fruits niul heollhlrst trees grown. They nre flist-- t liifs in every respect Cunrnntced. They nre grown hy nn expert nurserymnn, n mnn who tins been on this job more thnn n qunrtcr of a century. This stock must move fur Spring plnntlug or go tn the truth pile ami he htirncd. I!rlow nre vntiiits we nre olTrring mid Ihc prices cut half Intwo. Strawberries by the Million 100 plants 90c, 1000, $3.50, 10,000. $25.00 50 10 500 ft 1250 1700 21G0 was 30c nowlGc. Henry Clay Yellow Transparent Was 12c now fie. Was 20c now 10c Was 25c now 12o 500 and op Was 8c now 4c Was lt'ic now 8c Was 20c now 10c Very early Very early Very early Early summer Early summer Early summer Early summer I.ate summer Late summer Late summer Late summer Earlv tall 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 Lite winter Late winter Late winter Late winter Late winter Late winter Summer Winter Early winter Early winter Mitchell Early, Excelsior, Klondyke, Aroma, Early Ozark, Eureka. Ever Hearing sorts, 100, $2 00; $10.00 per 1000. Grapes, in lots of 1 to 60 was 16c. now 10c; 50 to 500, wai 10c, now Cc: 600 Moores Early, Catawba, Concord, and up, was fie now 4c. Niagara. Heath Cling Henrietta Stenson Oct. 3200 T50 .1450 C150 Early Harvest I.lvelanii Raspberry Wilson Rtd June Stiibbling June Maiden lilush Red Astrachan Horse Apples Summer Queen Imperial Kambo Fall Winesap to 2 ft. Late Cling Stone Late Cling Stone Late Cling Slone Very Late Free Stone Kruinmel Oct. Very Late Cling Slone Early Klbei'tn Mid Season Free Stone .Mammoth Cling Latest of all Hale (Million Dollar Peach) Free Stone llnle and Early Eiberta, were 45c. now 20c Vhite English Were 10, now 6c, Geraniums: Soil Maples, i! to 8 ft., was 35 now 20c. Tulip Poplars. i to 8 tt. was 10 now 20c. Carolina Poplars. 0 to 8 ft., was 25 now Hie. Cat. Piivetts, 2 to 3 ft., was C now 4c. Arlirvit.ie, 2 to 3 ft., was $1.00 now 45c. Send Jour order for frost Pioof Cabbage plant Price Gunranteid. Pears. lo 50 3 to 4 ft. was 30c now 15c 4 to ft ft. was 50c now 25c Koonce 2100 In Lais of 1 Peaches lo lots of 1 to 50 2 tn 3 ft, was 15c now 7c. 3 to 4 it, was 20c now 10c 4 to C ft, was 25? mw 12: Mayflower ' 2000 15000 Red Hird 1250 Greensboro 800 1000 700 1500 500 750 9000 COO GOO 900 240 350 1400 2175 700 9125 70O0 12000 4000 3275 15000 78W) S000 20000 14C0O Wealthy Rusty Coats Grimes Golden Home Beauty Alexander Sneed Eureka Waddell Alton Mamie Kiss Carmon Champion Arp lleauly 500 and up. 50 lo 500 Wns 8c now 4c. Wa 12e now Cc. Wm 12c now 6c Was Ifie now Sc. Wai IGt now 8c Wai 2JJ now 10c Very Early Semi Cling Verv Early Semi Cling Very Earlv Free Stone Very Early Cling Stone Very Early Cling Stone Very Early Free Stone Early Free E.trly Free Early Semi Earlv Free Early Free Earlv Free Early Free Mid Season Free Mid Seaion Free Mill Season Free Mid Mid Mid Mid Mid Cherries. In Lois of 1 lo 50 3 lo 4ft. was 60 now 25c 1210 19UO 50lo 500 Was 25c now 12c Was 40c now 20c 50 to 500 Was 40 now 20c. Dehouse Early Richmond Montmorency English Morilla 500 and Up. Was 20 now 10c. Very Eaily Early Mid Season 500 and Up Was 20c nuw 10c Was 3oc now 15c Summer Summer Summer Summer 725 3t 14fi! Sweet Cherries. Black Tartarian Utr Early Mid Season 34H0 200 MO 3500 1100 4000 70 Bartlett Clapps Favorite Anjoii . Jonathan Shannon Pippin Yellow Newton Pippin Delicious Gano Hen Davis Stayman Winesap Mammoth Illack Twig Stone Stone Cling 310 1120 ljimbrrt Windsor ' 12500 7000 3000 2100 9000 8500 0000 7500 2500 375 600 1100 300 Arkansas Illack Ingram Shockley 2000 1800 1250 7000 Fitzgerald Hclle of Gn Crawford Early Stump the World Old Mixon cling Limbertwigs Huntsman Favorite Baldwin Missouri Pippin 5000 20000 2500 4G00 6000 8000 2000 1E000 9000 750 6000 4500 Eiberta Mountain Rose Heath Cling Crawford Late Season Cling Season Free Season Free Seaion Cling Season Free Captain Hie Crosby Ilanani.a York Imperial Golden Sweet Paradise, Sweet Florence Crab Whitney Crab Eiberta Cling Gold Dust Sr.lway Late Free Late Free I.ate Cling Cling I. He Cling ite Late Elbertu Red Indian Late Free Late Cling Slone Slone Stone Stone Store Stone Stone Stone Stone Slune Stone Sluiie Stupe Stone Stone Stone Stone Stone Stoi.e Plums. lo 50 3 to 4 ft. Wat 30 now 15c 975 Ited June 1 Ute 500 and up. Was 20 now 10c Very Early Very Early Early Karlv . In lots of 50 Is 509 Was 25 now He 1200 3200 2100 3000 C40 975 1110 Wildgcwe Abundance llurbnnk . Wixon Blue Damson Gold Late Late Early Germm Prunes Ornamental Plants. Field grown; leading varieties. Roses, bulbs 9c. Cannas: All colors; wen" 20, now 15c. Ilutterlly Bush: Was 50, ikvv 25, Ferns: Were 50. now 25c. Rosea: Went 50c now 25c. Tube Kittatiny, Merrerrau, Ratbbun. Himalaya, was In, now IV. Dewberries, lots to 50, was 5 now 3c; M to 600 was 3 now 2J. 500 up was 2j. now lc. Austin Improved, I.ucirlia. Juneberries, was 111, now 5c. Iiganlierries, was 20, now 9c. Quinces, 3 to t ft , was S3, now 16t Champion. Orange, Mulberries, 3 to 4 ft., was 30 now 15c. New Everbearing Russian. Japanese Persimmon, 3 lo 4 ft. was HI nuw 30c. Mikado, Imperial. shell, budded or grafted. Stuart, Pabtt, Sch'ey, Pecans, 1 Fall Fall Klernif li Beauty KeilTrrs Winter Winter Nellis Winter Enrly Golden. Apricots Price 3 to 4 ft., was 26 now 16c. Suptrb, Mnorepark. Rhubarb, of he plants, was 10, now Cc. Asparagus, was 10, now 5c. Gooeberrir, in lots of 1 tn 60, was 30 now 16c; 60 to 600, was 15r. now 9c. Downing, Ilmmhtnn Industry. Currants, was 10c now Cc, Red Dutch Fay's Prolific. Raspberries, in lots of I to 60 was 5 now 3c; 50 t ) 6ta was t now 2c; 8 ami up. was 3, now l,c. Cumberland (lllk), iregg (lllk). Miller (Ked). Rlnck hemes, in lots of 1 tn 50. was 6, now 3c; 60 to 6ml was 3now 2Je, 500 up was 2Jc now lc. Erly Harvest, Snyder, Garher's 2 to par 3t., u $1.60, now 90c. All our stock has been inspected by the State Nusery Inspectoral 1 f und to be absolutely free from nil insects nnd diseases. All stoi k is fiiniignten before leaving the Niiftcry. Our .shipping season begin abotn Mntcli the 20th. Send in your order now, don't wait, as the first in is first served. If we are out of any varieties you nulti n ay we .substitute with one as near as possible? We pay the freight or express charges on orders amounting to 5 00 or inw. We allow 5 per cent discount on all orders accompanied with the cash. Remember, our GUARANTEE is. u u imiM lis satisfied. In answering this add. tell us in what paper ou saw it. We guarantee everything we ship to Yours for Buiine?. reach you in first-clacondition, nrnil us your order today. ss Rogers, RULES AND REGULATIONS CITY CLUB. HOPPER FOR POULTRY Each member pledges himself to a strict observance- - f each' anal every rule or regulation which may be adopted by tie members I this by-la- Ark- - OF THE: Worth While Quotation. "Concentrate all your thoughts upon the work In hand. Tho sun's rays do not burn until brought to a. focus." Selected. KEEPING THE SOIL WELL FED Addition Londcn Newspapers. The leading dally nowspapera In London number 2J. Depth of Ignorance. "How Ignorant that woman is." said Mrs. Gauaslp to her caller. "She and 1 went toithe Zoo the other day, and 1 thoughtil would laugh outright when she called the glrafTo a caraa The Joko of it was tho animal wasn't a giraffe aUall, it was a camomile. Amazing r of Phosphorus or Potassium a Combination of Doth May Be Found Nsctssary. Club. Idea Is Finding Place on Many Farms With Smalt Flocks. Reduceo the- - Labor of.Care and Feeding and' Also Supplies" Fowls With Necessary Ingredients of 3. 4. 6. G. 7. 8. The membership fee shall be Six Dollars per year, payable in advance on January 1st of each year, and any one admitted to membership during a of the fee from such time to the end calendar year shall pay the of the year. The property of the Club shall belong to those members who continue their membership by the payment of the requisite membership fee. The officers of the Club shall consist of a President,. Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and an Executive Committee; said executive committee to consist of three members selected by the members and the officers of the Club. All the business affairs of the Club shall be transacted by the executhe committee. The courtesies and privileges of the Ciub may be extended hy any member to visitors in the City for the length of their stay,, but such visitors shall be a non-r- f sident of the City. No one except members of the Club shall be entitled to thepriviJeges oft the Club except as set fourth in Rule C. The Club Room shall be open from 9 o'clock A. M ,. until 12 o'clock P. M every day except Sunduy, on which day the Club Room will be open from 1 o'clock P. M 'till C o'clock P. M. l.'o intoxicating liquors of any kind shall be allowed in the Club Room, and no member shall be allowed the privileges of the Club when intoxicated, No gambling in any form shall bo allowed. No card playing or games of any kind shall be allowed on Sunday. No member shall be guilty of any conduct unbecoming to a gentleman. pro-rat- a ! Ration. Tho hopper feeding of poultry of all among classes Is tho large poultrymen and Is finding a place on many farms and In small becoming-customary i ) (locks. Tho main Idea, Is to reduce the labor of caro andi feeding and at the sarao tlmo supply the' fowls with the necessary Ingredients of a balanced ration. Mixtures of ground grains and feeds are most frequently used In tho hoppers The fowls seem not likely to overfeed of. such mixtures and when whole grains ara fed In litter and oxerclse Induced In this manner, good results aro bad both In egg production and. body development of young fowls. Growing- - chicks on free range do splendidly when hopper fed und tho time and labor of caring tor them Is reduced to a minimum. A dry mash much used Is composed of tho following: Bran, 100 pounds; use of manure and some clover and clover sod plowed under tn a short rotation may not give the fullest results desired, even though a good deep seedbed Is made and the best of the seed la planted. Manure and green clover plowed under may not prove a balanced ration to permit the soil to produce maximum crops. Here soli science should be brought Into use to determine, what can be used for best results to balance up the manure and clover if the soli seems to fall to supply all tho necessary elements. An addition of phosphorus or potassium, or a combination of both theso elements in tho form of phosphato and potash fertilizers may be necessary. Tho heavier toils usually contain a large amount of potassium and henco it Is seldom required as a fertilizer. So long as these soils are well with active organic matter this element will become available to meet crop needs. In some cases, however, some potash fertilizer may provo a profitable investment Mars,h soils, as a rule, require potash fertilizers. Cood suit-pile- d Coming Debate. At Its next session thn Lancaster Literary society will try Ui datormlns whether tho tambourtnu Is a musical instrument or a needless nulsa. Atchison Olobe. Radium as a Fertilizer. nart or a rnln of radium will thoroughly fertillio a, ton or soil, and cause grain tn grow With great ranlditr. Where lh( m. perlment has bron tried It has been noticed that all tho leaves bncomn very dark. Kadlshea and carnita raised In this soli grew to six tlmua thulr usual weight. To Keep Liquids. Grape Juice, ginger ale. fruit Juice or any ktnd of liquid of like nature may lia kept for any period If laid, upon lt aide or placml bottom up. This ts vouched for by a physician. Taue, If the liquid covors thn rork. the moisture will keep the cork uxpandud and there will tie no room for tna air to find, its way In and ruin It. lonntjr Court Daft. Uiuhmond, 1st. Monday. Pari, lit. Monday. Frankfort. 1st. Monday. Harrnliburg, 1L Monday. Lexington, 'Jnd. Monday. Stanford. 'Ind.Monday. Slwlbyville, inii. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Moiate;. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monduy Nicholasvilte, 3nl. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday, (eorgetown. 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER, tth. Monday; Winchester. 4lh. Monday. Monticello. Ith. Monday. Versailles, ith. Monday. "WhemSlstah Oraco Waddles come th'oo at. de revival," relaUHl Aunt Miasma Waters, "she lit up and sboutodi dat do dovll had har by de feet tryln' to haul her down Into do pit, but, ballclooyer, n bright angel done hud her by do hulr o' de bead her to glory!" Kansas City Star. Grac. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. 1C. 17. Magazines and papers shall not be removed from the Club Room. or regulations of the Penalty for a violation of any of the rules, s Club shall be expulsion. The financial business of the Club shall be on a strictly cish l isU. A list of the members shall be posted in the Club Room. The second Tuesday in each January Bhall U ilection night for new ollicers This Club shall be called "The City Club." The Club Room shall be used for Club Hirposes only. The courtesies of the Club may be extended to Ladit accompanied by Club Members on Friday afternoon and night of each week. The first Tuesday night of each month shall be business night at which time petitions recommended by at least two Crub members in good stand-in- g and accompanied by cash for th ensuing year or fractional part there of shall be received und passed ujiott by the officers and executive com. Peliiitns for membership in this Club mittee and members present. shall be voted upon by secret ballot and a majority of votes pretent shall constitute an election. All purchases for the Ciub shall be made by the Secretary and all dis. burtements by the Club shall be made by order of the Secretary. . i : r ! i 18. MtnittvBreathlng' Danger Signal. that habitually kept its moutlliopnn pooplu used tn pay that it had "oi foolish look,' Thoy let It go at that. Nowadayn umltirstundlng persons nxa quick tn rneognlze tho fact that thu child needs medical and perhaps surgical treatment. Tho nasal Joy In Little Things. passages, through wblcn it should Is Yethro to Joy In little thlnics. We KEEP WATCH ON BROOD MARE breatba, nru obstructed, perhaps by wear don't have opera adenoids. Philadelphia itocord. capea.ar eat lunch. In a French restauBest Care Possible la Needed During good time. No matter rant tu havo a Few Weeks Preceding Foaling how humblo our- - homo or narrow our Assassins a Vloloua Tribe. Give Plenty of Water. Tho Assasalne,. or Asaaasliilaiis, a llfo'rt path may be. If wn are blessed band of fanatical .Mohammedans, enmu with health them are numberlesa Uttlo (Hy a A. .I.i:.XANDi:it, Viaoonln ExInto Persia and. settled there about Joys awaiting us whichever way wa periment Station.) JJberat dally exercise, light, steady, 1090, They also possessed themselves turn, but wo must train our eyes to careful work and a roomy bos stall of a largo trad of land in Syria, They see them and uur hands to grasp them, at night aro what tho brood mare trained up thn young to assassinate and finally wn must tell others less needs. Feed her sound, whole oats, persons designated by their chief. observant of tho trensuru box we've bran and mixed hay or timothy. It From thutn ea.uo tho woid assassin. found. Is very risky to feed moldy or other- After maklns way with qulto a numwise damaged feed. One on the NnturalUt. ber of rulers they wore run out of flrood mares should bo kept away Persia and Syria. Theodore. Watts, says Charles Row- from cornfields for thcro are certain ley In his book, "Fifty Ycais of Work dangers arising from the smuts and Without Wages, tells u good story Woman's Curiosity. other sporo diseases likely to bo fouuU lijmselt. A imturo enthusiast, Tho uortt of women is that they against on corn Btalks. Olv ncr plenty of aro always watiUnc to scu what will bo was dlmblug Snow dun und overfresh, clean water at all times. They took an old gypsy woman. Ilu began Tho best possible caro is nendeit happen If they do certain thluss. to dilate upon thu sublimity of thu uurlng tho few weeks or months Im- make a man angry Just to seu what hu Bcenery In somewhat gushing phrases. looks. Uku when ho U ungry; and they mediately before foaling. Work at Thu womau paid no attention to him. this tlmo is good for the mare, but maku men uil&crable Just to seu what Provoked by her Irresponslveness, ho Jerking, hauling, wading bo looks lll.il when ho Is miserable; said: "You don't seem to raru for this heavy grathrough deep snow or over marshy and thuy never realize how much upon magnificent scenery?" She took tho grounds and work on Bllppery roads tuitous uuderlng all this entails pipe trom her mouth and delivered this ' should be avoided becauso of the re- the man. From "Concerning Isabel settler: "1 eujlos J it; 1 don't Jabber, sultant strain on th" "nsrs body. Carnahy." by Mrs. Fowler. Of n. child silk-lineI No Iron Cross for Officers, Washington, too, had his Iron crosses. However, thoy were nuruly budgie, known as budges of military merit. This decoration was established by Washington In 1781, and was conferred uim noncommissioned oncers and soldiers for three years' good conduct, or for specially meritorious service Thoy entitled thn wearer to. pass and repass all guards and mill' tary posts as fully and amply as any commissioned u!'lc r whatever. Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed Dovvadays. It reflects good taste and at once creates a favorable Impression. Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. THU Central Record. FIVE SOUND POULTRY RULES Farmer Can Add Materially to Return by Little Thought Heat Is Great Enemy of Eggs. Heat Is the great enemy of eggs, Hopper. both fertile and Infertile. Farmers aro urged to follow theso simple rules, ground oats, 100 pounds; cornmcal, which cost nothing but time and 60 pounds; alfalfa meal, 10 pounds. thought and will add dollars to tho To thjs should be added 15 or 20 poultry yard returns: pounds' of good beet scrap unless 1. Keep the nests clean; provide Ufa on the range Is plentiful. ono nest for every four hens. For year around feeding, tho hop2. Gather the eggs twice dally. per method will be found of valuo If 3. Keep the eggs In a cool dry properly managed and will save much room or cellar. labor. 4. Market the eggs at least twice a Tho cut herewith shows the deweek. hoptailed construction of a b. Sell, kill or confine alt male per that li proving wholly satisfactory at the Missouri state poultry ex- birds as soon as the batching season is over. periment station. The dimensions liven ara for a hopper for mature Keep Animal Hsalthy, fowls and can be reduced for young Protect your animals from dUeai toek. .. kr keeping ts nUc data. g In-cdry-fee- d I 19. J! " LIST OF CLUB MEMBERS. C. Kord. Joe Ilumside. L C, C. It. V. G Alex 1). C. J. J. L. Gill. J. S. Haselden. Joe J. Walker. David Ross. M. Acton. John M. r'arra. II. L. Elkin. W. O. Kignev. G. U. Swinebroad. Gulley. Zanone. Klnnaird. Walker. Sanders. II. D. Ilastin. W. 11. Rurton. W. A. Wheeler. V. K. Hughes. A. D. Joseph. II. P. McGrath. J. F. Price. M. K. Denny. Shirley Hudson. G. C. Walker. J. G. Kln'nalrd. L. L. Walker. R. II. Ilatton. Uilly Miller. W. A. Karnau, C. A. Arnold. K. 1. Friable. John li. Mount. J. K. Seale. Stanlsy Herron. T. C. Elkin. Will S. Hopper. J. R. Cornn. E. P. llrown. J. E. Stormes. A. D. Ford. W. F. Champ. II. C. Kauffman. G. P. Ruth. John Conn. Jas. W. Smith. M. O. Hughes. L. G, Davidson. Dr. J. M. Cas.y. Travel thcro on th.2 "St. Louis Special" equipped with electric lizhtcd atssl coaclies, through drawir.r, room sleeping cars to Jacksonville and new dining ca" service to Asheville, and from A3hcville to Jacksonville. The trip via Asheville is through "The Land of the Sky",ths only scenic route to Florida. Very low s' fares and winter tourists' fares now in tfft-ct- i witn stopovers ana otner special leatures. home-seeker- The Southern Railway is the direct line to Ashevillc,Aikcn,Augusto,Char-lenton.ColumbiSavannah, Summer-vill- e and other southern resorts. a, Oct full Information and fates from the Local Southern Anent. or wiile to B. H.Todd, District Passenger Agent.Loulsville, Ky. Southern keuiway PfttMlCR CARMID Of The Central Record, Thursday Feb 17 !3C 19 1 1. Page 7 Hfl" 35-- TO LANCA Also t BMC II B.- - ' IM Stanford Street. We pay Highest MarKet Price and unload same day. W'R'HSE 8 C A. Speith & Company, Managers. No commission charged. Phone 308. Branch House BUSINESS IS I at nil CONFIDENCE PAINT LICK, I KY. g V nii """""""B Smith Lung Tonic. Relief For Lung Troubles, Coughs, Colds, Hoarsness, whooping Cough Bronchial Soreness and Lung Affection. ('mtiiins no Dope nor Tnr or Creasolc GUNN'S CHAPEL. Mrs. Sale Hurt is very ill. Miss l.ucy Worthington is ill Mrs. James Land was the guest of Mrs. Hunter Davis Sutunlay. Miss Nell Itay was visiting Misses Zula and Mattie Calico "Saturday ami BASED A Cincinnati, where she will go in the Snmuel Ach Millinery establishment to for several weeks before acI remain cepting n poition as trimmer. The Young Ladies Sewing Circle was entertained on Wednesday afternoon by Miss Lucy Lee Walton. The nfternoon wns indeed very pleasantly spent. Delicious refreshments were served. News has been received here from Lexington of the serious illness of Mr. E R. Hiitchings. Mr. Hutching, who lives several miles from Lexington on the Georgetown pike, was taken ill while in Lexington on business. As soon as he is able he will be brought here. Mr. Thomas Eads and family have returned to this county to make their home. Mr. Eads and family lived here for a number of years before going to Crestwood, Shelby county, where he purchased a farm which he sold to his brother, Alfred Eads, before returning here. He has rented the" Mahoney place on Danville avenue until he can And a farm to buy. The marriage of Mr. Oppie llrown and Miss Lita Mae Phillips was solemnized at the home of Kev. D. M. Walker on Saturday afternoon, that gentleman officiating. Mr. Drown is the only son of Mrs. I'atsy Rrown of this city, nnd is now holding the position as pharmacy clerk at K. E. McKoberts Drug Store in Lancaster. The bride is the oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ike Phillips, pnd is both pretty nnd accomplished. After spending several days here this' happy couple went to Lancaster where they will go to housekeeping. They have the best wishes ol their many friends here for much joy and happiness For a Bilious Attack. off ft Ihn IITTfk V AIIHI RH D I II IV a f5Efi H Hf VS n A Theory Put Int Praetic by Well Known Out nets Man For Sunday. Mr. , iu Woodford I'. Watts has 'purchased land county and will soon take ' possession, Mr. and Mrs. Frank llursis and .Miss Martha Curtis are visiting Mr. Hiram Kay and family. Kev. I). F. Sehastian filled his ap- J. T On Monday, February 28th. 1916. at one o'clock in front of the Court House door in Lancaster, Ky., I will offer to the highest bidder for oish.so much of the following described property, as will pay the State, County and district school taxes for the year 1915. The purchaser is entitled to deed in two years and interest at the rate of 30 per cent per annum and 15 per rent damages if redeemed in that time. These are the uncollected Taxes, and must he pnid by Feb. 28th, or the property will be sold. Davis, Enos 41 A Hal Fields, J. S. 2 A 40 A, 1914 $7.18,'15 I Halcomb.John Holmes, Sam 10 A King, Geo. 1 A . . .... Ledford, Speed 1 A lial ICC A Letcher, Dr. n r, Lamb, Sam 25 A McQueary, J. T. Xi A Parker. Mrs. Lucy 15 A .... Richardson, Wm, 1A Robinson & Itohiiiaon 50 A Itoss & Moore, 210 A Todd & son, n r. 20 A Tudor, Tom 1 A Williams, Ed, n r, 1 A No. 4. Colored. ArnoM, Geo., hrs.. 32 A Ileazley, Geo.. 4 A Iluford. Fred, 4 A liurnsides. Clay, 1 A . 7 42. 3 05 7 CO 4 9.1 131 97 6G- 3 2 25- 5G- 8 81 2 33 B0 3 C5-- 4 38- 2 33. 4 32 2 33 $2 sS 7 60 6 38 7 11 G 71 4 9g: 3 05 11 31 2 25- - Prepared with care by Dr. T. B. Smith the originator of Smith Agricultural Liniment, 48 years test has proven the best. Sold at Stormes' Drug Store, Lancaster. Head what others say about the Luig Tunic Relief. V have been selling Smith' Lung Tonci anil it lias proven the must satisfactory Lung Medicine we ImAe in our long experience ever sold. We tnke pleasure in rcccotntuending it to our customers as it contain no nrohol, iloie. tar or injurious drugs. We always keep it in stork. (5. W. Luxon. A. II. Jones. ("ooier .t Dunn. Tnompson Drue. Co. S. C. Mnvhall. Ilarnes Si Hall. U'xinglon Drug Co. Ohas. McCarty McAilams & Morfnrd. ltenick's DniB Store. These are hut a few of the many hundred. pointment at Liberty Ilaptist church Saturday and Sunday. Mr. Hardin Price has returned from a visit to friends and relatives in Jessamine and Fayette. Mrs. Wesley Simpson and little sons, Jesse and Leslie were visiting Mrs. J. I. Isabel on Saturday. Mesdames Talton May and Irvine Simpson were visiting Mrs. Jake Hurt, who is still ill. last Thursday. Car load of Northern seed oats. These oats are bright and high test. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. On last Sunday night Tom Dailey, Jr., was attacked and cut in the hack and on the hand hv Ame Tealer, as they were o,i the road tn the home of Mr. Tom Dailey Sr. Teater has not yet been arrested. EAT A SQUARE NOT FEAR MEAL j C. BRADY "A drusfgist baa many opportunities to mako lasting frlendi of hN customers." said Mr J. t' llrady. popular l!enll I'lianuarlst of Fall ltler, M.is, "The very nature of his business draws their continence for little helpful suggestions on the matter of health Many people hare thanked ine for recommending I'exall Orderlies as the best relief for constipation and its resultant UN Tut up In dainty candy tablet form, they nre pleasant to the taste and make an Ideal laxative for the hnmo for men, women and j. Faulkner, Abe. 3 A Faulkner, Wm., 1 A Faulkner, Jane, hrs., 2 A Kellev, Isaiah. 20 A children alike." I Wp selling rights for AND tnls liac the oxrlusheTrial size, 10 cents. great laxative. I Kennedy. Sim, 1J A Kennedy.Hob.18A 1911 $0.50,'15 6 71. Lackey, Lige, 1 A , 7 03 1 A. Leave!!, Jcna9. 4 98, Merrett,Henry,8 A 1914$9.57,'15 11 34 Mitchell, Herbert. 1 A 5 40 Montgomery, John & Mary, 1 A LANCASTER, NO. 1. WHITE. 1914, $1.35. 1915 0 05 Acton, Smith. 12 A $ 7 87 Slavin, Amanda, 2 A 2 31 llrown, WalterGrd Ethel Drown Yakey. Eliza, 6 A 5 38 0 acres 4 98 Yakey. Joe & Harry I A 8 94 C 30 Grimes, Jim, 2 A B. F. Robinson, Naylor, Nannie hrs 1 A 2 1G 14 30 Pollard. Geo. hrs. 1TI, ... . GARRARD COUNTY. Rogers, N.1TL 15 93 .... INDIGESTION. sur-prii- R. E. McROBERTS & SON. THE REXALL STORE LANCASTER. Alcorn, Minerva NO. 1. COLOKED.JD Theie are hundreds of people iu Lancaster who were not the bit when they read in the "Central Record" that Ii. I.'. McKoherts is selling on a gutrautee to refund the money in case it did not relieve. This remarkable dyspepsia remedy will relieve the worst cie of indigestion, headache, dizziness, or tin- - generul played-ou- t condition that alllicts every one guttering with stomach trouble. Mi-na does not simply relieve, it aims to cure. It. K. Mcltoherts can tell vouofmnnv Incorporated. '.well known people in this citv who this remedy lias restored to health, often they have tried many other methods of HEADQUARTERS FOR WHITE TOBACCO. treatment with little or no heneilt. No other dyepsia remedy lias made so Telephone 5W. large it percentage of cures as R. R. Switch into House. It is to large that It. K. McRoberts Mill and Dolivnr Sis. vdinlile Serviic. stands ready to refund the price to any Coiiifortnlilt' Stulili's. LKXINGTON. KY. customer whom it does not help. leaiitiful Light The best kind of advertising is the praise of n pleased customer, and there The Fayette the oldest Warehouse organization) are hundreds in Lancaster today prats , the the Lexington market under its orijjfnel con-- ing a because it does what it is has done a capacity business) advertised to do, A lew months ago l and mannement they could eat nothing without wonderice the holidays. Our last three sales, amounting to ing what the result would be. Since using they eat what they want and wntu they want with no fear of a STANFORD Mr. Hugh N. Noe went to Somerset Monday on business. Miss Linelle Kuhanks, of Danville, is the guest of Mrs. W. O. Martin. , t Hays Foster was in Cincinnati this week for several days stay on business. Miss Knlherine (.entry, of Frankfort is the gueet of her aunt, Mrs. Kii:'i Anderson. Gran ayeite Tobacco Warehouse Company. When you have a severe headache, accompanied by a cated tongue, loathing of food, constipation, torpid liver, vomiting of partly digested food and then bile, ou may know that you have While you a severe bilious attack. may he iuite sick there is much consolation in knowing that relief may be lllain. Mrs. Logan McCall was in I,ouisil!e had by taking three of Chamberlain's this week the guest of relatives ' and Tablets. They are prompt and ef- friends. Attorney Joe Knhiiison and Mrs. Robinson, of Lancaster, were hero Saturday. Miss Kathcrinu Harris left Tuesday morning for Lexington to enter Hamilton College, Dr. and Mrs. W. II. l'enny, of Danville, have been the guests of Mrs. Mary l'enny. Mrs. (). I'. Huirmau is visiting brother, Col. M. F. F.lkin ami family fectual. Obtainable everywhere, lm. j Arnold, Lucy, 1TL Ileazley, John 42 A Ileazley, Andy 1 T L llruee, Amandy (N. It.) 3 A ... liurnsides. Martha, hrs 1 T L . Denny. Mary Jane 1TL Dunn, Al. IT h Faulkner, Kros, 1 T L . . Faulkner, Lewis, 1 TL Gill, Ellen hr?. IT L Hiatt, Annie, IT 1 Jennings, Geo. II., 1 A Kavanaugh, Walker, IT L Letcher, Mary, IT L Lewis, Steve. 0 A May field, Jerry, 1 T L Mayfield. Andy, IT L t Mary 2T L C 90 78 5A .. 14 3C5 13 GO 0 30 2 33 3 CS 2 33 7 C3 12 C2 0 30, 3 32 2 33 4 98 Engraved Visiting Card Is THE proper thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowa- A Neatly days, calls. when making CK) 31 00 03 03 2 99 G 30 2 33 0 30 10 41 15 12 0 0 Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or more. CENTRAL RECORD PUBLIC SALE. Having decided to cjuit farming go into other business, I will on Saturday, February 26th., 1916 for sale Robinson, Geo., IT!, Robinson, Eliza, 1 T I. and Williams, Jas., 1 T I Yantis. Lewis, IT I. Perkins, Henrv (N.U.)ITI lr at Lexington. News come from l'aris that Mrs, Jesse Traylor is criticallv ill and not expected to live. William and Ugan Westerfield, of l'aris, are the guests of their aunt, Mrs. M. D. ill more. T. K. Wat.on was in Lexington Sat- unlay to a meeting of the Metropolitan Insurance Company. Mrs. 10. J. llo.veustine and little on, II. TEATERSVILLE at an average of Mrs. Sarah Hardin is numbcied with ast week we solp 566545 pounds (lie sick. 11.52. The market average for that period wasj The stork was rather busy in this tl0.63. That our customers were well pleased is community the past week. vldenced by the fact, that iu selling more than half a of Miss Mary II. Hardin was the guest her had one crop rejected. On our Mr. Walter Homelastis wck. visiting his ,ast sale not one single basket. So far wc have been) uncle Mr. Hunter. Kay, at Ilourne. crowded, but from this on are confident we can take Mr. Kdgnr Lane of Madison was a r tnhannn c fust ns it comes in. and if you have visitor ut Mr. Hay I'rewitt's Saturday. Mr. and of Bass, the greatest were the Mrs. Hunter Itay of Ilourne guest friends inever sold tobacco with us, let Early here. tobacco Auctioneer alive, cry a sale for you. Flour in sacks and barrels. It is averages: guaranteed to please you. We quote you a few of our best j graud-inolhe- 433S0 POUNDS AVERAGED $11,561 Buffering. J. Jr., aru the guests of her sister, r week-en- d J. D. Smith, Scott $ -" Marshall & Marcum. Fayette & Illngston, Itodrhon 'JO Itarnlilll & I.emen, Scott Noel & Henderson, Franklin 15 43 15 02 1C Sherley & Darnell, Harrison Martain & Muddox, Woodford Julian Rogers, Eourbou Elmcndorf No. 21, Fayette Dean & Stotts. Jessamine Young & Johns. Jessamine & Wb.ter, Fayette U W) Skitln Woolley & Wlggs, Jessamine IB 01 Stuurt, Fayetto 15 10 Dr. McCunn & Webster. Scott Is Uuffiimn & Hart, Scott Hi "5 II II Sliarn. Scott 10 ' Johnson & Stubblefietd, Woodford 1161 I Klmendorf No. 21. Fayetto 77 20 67 18 1 119 17 08 'JO Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Misses Iva 1'earl and Allie II. Hume and Miss Annie Sanders wero the guest of Miss Leano Hast, Sunday. Mrs. Jasper Noel and Kay Noel and Mrs. Clayton Wearren and Mrs. James Hume were visitors ut Porter Wcurreiis Friday. Something Good. 17 7'J 10 IMJ 16 CO Fayette Tobacco Warehouse Co Lexington, Kentucky. Those who hate nasty medicine should try Chamberlain's Tablets for constipation. They are pleasant to take and their elfect is so agreeable and so natural that pu will not realize that it iiaj been produced by a medicine. Ob- Engineers. Miss Lottie Carson left Sunday tainable everywhere. Mrs. J, L. It I'oirey at Frankfort. Mrs. 1' A j.jo lias returned homo from New V' title, where she lias been Hie of Mrs. II. Kirby llouriie. . severance went to New York Citj Monday to buy n complete and U Him of dry goods for Severance & Son store. Mrs. T. K. Watson attended the meet ing of the D, A. K. in LancaslerTlmrk-day- , given In honor of Mrs, Scott (lloru of Danville. The young people of the Christian Church will have it singing bee at (he home of Mr and Mrs, J. S. Ilrughman on Friday night Mis. Heckle Walls, the aged mother of Mr. linker of this city, died last week of cerebral apoplexy, after a short illness. Deceased was S3 yearn old County Road Engineer J. L. McKeo KilTe and wife have returned homo from Lexington, where Mr. Kitfe had beet) to attend the meeting of Koad uuu oiA-jeuiu purrci suutue Simpson, Andrew 4 A 11 07 mare and good worker: one three-yea- r old bavliorse. broke to ride; 1 Jersey, HUCKEYE NO. 3. COLORED, milk cov; 1 yearling heifer; 1 bow and 3 05 $ ... i ...... r. .i t ...i.!.... Kay. Alice, hrs, 4 A 3 8 60 tiro buggy, good as new; 1 buckboard; Kenfro, Wilson A Heinis tobacco setter, good as new, lias PAINT LICK NO. 4. WHITE. never set more than ten acres of toAlma. A. C. (M. It.) 227 A ... . $ 11 CO bacco; plows; harrows; wagon and bug583 gy harness and other things too num- lirock. Carlo 50 A 3 71 erous to mention. Terms made known llrock. Emmett 20'A 4 05 Possession will be lirock. Ira 15 A, on day ot sale. C 30 given to farm Immediately after sale. lirock, John 100 A 11 00 Creech, Wm, n r, 10 A OttStOll. Jtptha for 0 01 Crews. Itico 1 A one Ilryantsville No. 2. WhiU at llrown, Joseph & Wife, 5 A.... $5 21 public outcry, on the premises, farm Callebs. (! W.. 93 A 88 51 containing 50 acres, to bid Judy, John, 1 A i 4 97 der, tills farm is located eight and Merriman. I). T.. A 0 60 miles North East of Lancns- - Owens, Ed., 15 A 29 01 ter, Ky.. on the lluckeye and Poor Shearer. J. T I A 0 30 Nidge Turnpike, near Coy. Ky.. in good Shearer, Jell", 1 A I G!i neighborhood, near school and midway Smalley, C. C . & Wife 14 92 - Southerland, A. between two churches. Has a coo5 31 J.. 10 A. venient frame 5 room dwelling with llrynntsvilie No. 2. Colored veranda in front nnd two porches, good cistern, meat house, new hen house, liurnsides, Jas, 1 A $7 30 milk house, good stock barn and a Caldwell, II., A 4 0.1 number one twelve acre tobacco barn Cockrell. Will & Frank 4 A.. 11 75 tiered with sawed btulf throughout, Davis, Rich, 1 A., I 05 good stripping room 11x30. Well fenc- - Dunn, Dave. 1 A. 1 98 e), live never failing springs, two good Dunn. Comodure, hrs., 3 A. 3 05 pools and is now in a high state of Dunn, Duck, hrs., 2 A... , 305 cultivation. The front runs out to Ctriiott. Will. lira.. 1 A . . 1 08 Poor Ridge I'iko witii gcod road from Shtlby, Henri, 3 A 10 01 duelling. Smith, Hen, 1 A 8 42 This is one of the nicest little farms Smith, Josh, 1 A.... 5 05 Prosto be found in lower Garrard. pective buyers will be shown over the HUCKEYE. NO. 3. WHITE. farm nny day between now and the Green, T. II. 38 A ... 1125 sale. Irvine, Sallie 3 A . 3 71 same time and place will sell King. Lucy 18 At the A .. 5 70 11 years old, good Itay. one bay mare, .... 31 49 J. It. 79 A. worser any wnere anu iu loai iu norso; sharer, Callie P. 8 A .... 5 77 at 10 o'clock a. in., otTer 1 one-ha1 Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville, Ky. North-boun- No. 10 No. 4 Cincinnati Express, daily 4:30 u.r Spe- No. 28 No. 14 No. No. G No. 12 No. Carolina Special, daily 7:00 Local Express, daily 1:35 Limited, daily 5:20 Itoyal Palm, daily.. 5:37 South-boun- cial, daily 0:03 a.m. Hlue Grass Special, dally except Sun...0:08 a.m. n.ni p.m. p.m. p.nv 5 Local daily Express, No. 11 No. 1 No. 13 No. No. 3 11:05 a.m. Royal Palm, daiiy..U:20 a.m. New Orleans Lim ited, daily 11:35 a.m. Carolina dully Special, 10:15 p.m. Spe 11:35 p,m. i... cial, daily 9 No. 27 cial, daily 11:52 run. Blue Grass Spe cial, daily except Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m Florida Spe call upon or address M. agent; 'phone 346. For rates, routes and Information J. Coughlin, Page 8 CARING FOR THE 4 The Central Record, Thursday Feb i 7, 1916. RAM Re- TREATING HOQS WITH SERUM Produces Immunity of Sufficient Duration to Allow Ample Time for Cleaning Up the Yards. (Ily J. II. fllNOEiiT, Mlnanurl mrnt Station.) MAIN CAUSE OF BEE LOSSES A Head of Average Farm Flock ceives Little Attention. Misunderstanding Dy WILLARO (1LAKEMAN Krrl March bring weather con Jiiions very trying to most people. February and Weakening of Colonlee Durlnu Winter Seaion Due to Lack of Protection From 8evere Weather. fun'ty to keep strong and healthy, This means that he ought to havo the PrPer Klna 01 car0' 0Ten DCIOro 1110 breeding season begins. Of course. ins deleted, die eo'ore 1. "I dare my .von think hard of me." If the pasture Is plentiful, tlicro Is not any need of feeding anything else she Mil.l. "lull you i:mt admit that tin iler the ei I would wlli tu during tho early part of tho grazing catch it glimpse f .vim before meeting season. However, as tho not weatner and tho grass becomes less you." abundant and less succulent. It may "(Julte so." replied Trowbridge. be advlsablo to feed other roughage that she "in to be his pupil. "I dare s.iy this matter Is for the or perhaps a little grain. liest. but It seems Very cold blooded." i Especially during the montn just ' preceding tho mating season should lidded the girl. the ram get tho best of feed and care, "Cold blooded:" "It ccrtiilulj seems cold blooded to for experience has shown that tho ram mi element of ro- ' me. though there mume in a girl meeting for the first time ono.who Is tn havr so Important an Inllnence on her life." Trow bridge was as much iistoulsliiil as puzzled, lie had heard nf girls falling in love with their tutors, but this sienklii of roiu.iiue In it cae where the tutor had not yet been engaged seemed pie.iiature. "I can readily understand." he Raid, "the feellm: that prompted yott tn desire to ce me before receiving me. it enabled .tint tn turn me down In case you did not upproie. nr. rather. It would have enabled you to do so had I not blundered into Interrupting your ' survey." "It was I nho bluiidi'tisl in attempt' lug to make n surrey How did you . come to suspect that I wit. behind the J screen V "I saw It rock without nuy apparent ause." "How stupid of me!" "1 supimse I um to see your futher with reference to the eiigagementi" "Certainly. Rut he Is not In this Upsides, there Is no hurry The object of this visit Is entirely preliminary, being to enable us to meet uud get acquainted. I um not to bo forced In the matter. I am tn have full liberty to do as I please, you, of course, having the same privilege." "Oh. for that matter my mind U made up. I am ready tu make an engagement at once. I nui delighted In having so attractive it pupil." "In the art of love?" looking up archly. This was proceeding at so rapid a pace that Trowbridge was almost frightened. Surely there must be something uuapHirent at the bottom of It What did It mean? He turned the topic of conversation to the course of lnstruo tlon to be pursued, "Do you Intend tn prepare for college?" he asked. "College? Oh, no: there will be no time to go to college. Father needs capital at once. Of course he bus told you all about that." The puzzled look on Trowbridge's face was noticed by the girl, who added: It can't be possible that papa has iir-- I ranged this meetlug without bavin made the business arrangement with you?" "I have not seen your father. I for u position its tutor uud received u letter iisklng me to call." I'urther explanation was Interrupted by u young man being shown Into the room by the maid. The lady had sidled up to Trowbridge and wnj rittlng very near him The newly entering gucMt started, then, pulling him elf together, idvumrd. "I'm Mr Waterman, ' he said. "I have come hi accoidnnce with uti arrangement with jour" At the niiuie Watfiiu.ui the girl Jumped from the sofa unl which she and Trowbridge were clttlug ns though Hie had been stung by a wasp. "Are j mi Mr Waterman?" she iisked excitedly of the newcomer. As I "Certainly I'm .Mr Wnterniaii was faying" "And who are jouV" she demanded niigrlly of the other man "I'm Alexander Trowbridge. As I was explaining In you when the gen tleman entered. I called In see you ubotit it mstlo!i ns tutor." 'Oh. my goodness gracious!" exclaimed thestirj. and without further remark the swi;pt out ' the room with the air of an offended queen. There was tin engagement of it tutor, nor was there any discussion of u Mr marriage arrangement between Waterman mid Miss Maud llctherlng ton whereby her father was tn secure capital to save him from bankruptcy. He pulled through without Water eventually mid assistance, man's Trowbridge effected mi engagement with the daughter .r fur moie than that of tutor. Nevertheless he was never forgiven Mr tinting permitted the girl who became his wife to talk tu him. believing him to have culled for n luutrlmonlul purpose Trowbridge doe not retaliate by reminding her that she was spying. He does not dure do no. The family peace requires ui reference to this graduAlex Tnmtirlilki'. uaWus 11 ated frmii i'iilli i.e. mUerllv.l lie Hull hi t tiler III a ', It ate fundi, 111 u h"" " tut n rcpieM In ill hi pltlie nt !eil tilelidnle nliil dilliurlwn llioie one aftertitMiii In lltnl it vent hniHl'inni Imtiv In the center "f larse A ring nt (he Ih'II brought it rrmiiid nalil. nh inhered lilui Intn n drawing room mill left hint without wahliu tu tc.iru wlm luiiild lu iiiiiiotiiii'fil Tmv bridge. Inu'lm: written that he would rail on tlmt il:t and hour, siippo-ilmie was expected, ill I not call her hack lie hail united -- mne time when he noticed n miitemelit of it screen before n dwr Ici.dlii l a "!.!. room. Since nriurcnt mison for Its here n- was excited. being moud. hi-- . II. he looked l.ol.ln.1 It. to i girl of nlmle.li wn- - there, who had vldeiitlv been spjlnirmi him. Hi- - lr l'il Should De Given Every Opportunity to Keep Strong and Healthy Before Oreedlng Season Begins Give Abundance of Water, Usually, the ram which heads tho average farm Hock receives very little, caro from tho tlmo ho Is turned out to paaturo In tho spring until the advent of the breeding season In tho fall, Then, about tho only thing which Is done Is to turn him In with thocwes and allow mating to occur at random. Perhaps this Is tho sort of caro and management which results In many barren owes and weak lambs. - of severe strain on the ram and ho bould bo given every possible oppor-Coin- s "'' " ".. -t- , j ( i I The veterinary department of tho Missouri agricultural experiment station lias been recommending and using tho scrum nlono treatment. Tho question Is often heard, "Why tho ccrum alono treatment?" Tho scrum nlono treatment properly administered has for Its object tho control and eventually tho absolute eradication of hog cholera. It makes It posslblo In n largo measure to do nway with vac dilation with Its attending cost and trouble. Tho serum alono treatment Is a Bafo method to use and Is simple. It can bo handled with good results by tho careful Inoxpcrlcnced man. Thcro aro nono of tho bad after results such as sometimes follow other treatments. Serum alone can neither start now outbreaks of cholera nor bring the Infection on your nontnfected farm. When administered under proper conditions It produces an Immunity of sufficient duration to allow amplo tine for cleaning up and disinfecting tho yards and In this way destroying the Infection before tho hogs outgrow tho Immunity. Under ordinary tlons this Is of far greater Importance than simply protecting hogs from tho cholera for a varying period of time and not making any attempt to avoid harboring tho germs. Tho germs. whether In tho litter about tho pens or in tho virus of tho double treatment, will causo tho dlseaso to develop. If cholera Is to be controlled It Is necessary to destroy tho germs. Tho uso of the scrum alone Is to protect tho hogs until tho germs can be destroyed by cleaning up, burning and disinfecting. coudl-comes Colds, coughs, sore throat, tonsijitis, catarrh, bronchitis, pneumonia, arc prevalent. all These arc all catarrhal conditions. AH dependent upon the same cause, climntia changes. Sloppy weather underfoot. High winds, chilling blasts, changing from day to day. Thermometer dancing a jig. Uaromctcr follow ing suit. All of the acute catarrhal conditions above referred to, call for They call loudly, too. If Pcrunais neglected these catarrhal conditions arc liable to become chronic. One bottle of Pcruna used at tho right lime will save months, even years, of suffering and sickness. THE PERUNA COMPANY Columbus, . . Ohio (SslJ tt til Drag Sum) mon losses and weakening of bee ilurlnc the winter Reason. I.nck of aulllclent Insulation lo protect tho bees from prolonKcd cold nnd sudden Olllce at Itaiuey s l.ivery Stable. c!innnrii of tcmpernturo Is the main -causo of beo losses. Kentucky Lniinistor. Many experiments conducted by the experts show that sufficient Insulation of tho hives Is hardly ever supplied, nnd that too much protection of this kind Is almost Impossible, provldlnc ventilation la furnished so that tbo bees will always bo Insured fresh air, Tho kind of Insulatlnc material U dry shaving, unimportant chaff, leaves, paper, broken cork, and saw-du- ft. V. Morrow, Crmhtute flUairt mint, fitllafar linn OlUMIllrrit each answer tho purpose well. Tho Insulation layer should bo mado from six to twelve Inches thick, ac cording to tho severity of the cllmato. Ono Insulation plan that has worked well In tho latitude of tho mlcldlo states Is tho following Three Inches Fine Cut Flowers. of chatf, dry leaves, or the like was Inches placed beneath tho hives, elitht M. on the aides and ends, and twelve Inches on top. An opening eight Inches Inches high wide, and three-eighth- s wna constructed like 11 tunnel through This tho packing to the entrance. was found to furnish abundant and Undo Snm'a beo alinrps, as ft contend-Itiof experiments, arc now that there need not be Um com- lt Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon nnd Dentist. (iifrun Honaker DentiHt. John McRoberts. H. J. PATRICK. nroner ventilation Protection from the chilling effects of strong, cold wind was found to be nn Important safeguard even when the hives were well Insulated. Proper protection by means of gen erous Insulation nf the hives hni shown that the winter losses of beet need not exceed one per cent when th bees are freu from any contagious disease. Faint Liok. J1. Kentucky I farmer's column! I e EXPLAINS INCREASE IN GASOLINE The greiitlv l Tasfty, H. V. Ji. PRICE, gii!o-line. price of Veterinary Surgeon. I inciniuili Veterinary PROTECT STOCK FROM FLIES Fine Spray of Kerosene Oil Is Effective In Keeping Insects Off Animals Other Remedies. o First Prize Winner Hampshire Ram. which Is gaining In condition at the opening of the breeding season will get more and stronger lambs than the ram which Is tn poor flesh. Oats is one of the best grains for use. at this time. In addition to providing plenty of pasture, and a small amount of grain during the late summer, the ram should have an abundanco of water. The usual practice In pasturing the ram during the summer months Is to place him In a small paddock or an orchard, where there Is no natural water supply. Under such conditions It Is necessary to supply water by artificial means. And when the water Is supplied a little salt may be given once each week. USES FOR MANURE SPREADER Time and Labor Saved by Distributing Fertilizer Vehicle Can be Used as a Common Wagon. Using the manure spreader for distributing fertilizer Is another of thoso cases of saving time and labor over the old method of hand scattering. A spreader can be as quickly and easily loaded as a common wagon while tho time required to unload is about cne- fourth that of unloadlng'by hand. sides, the driver has a chance to rest whilo unloading the spreader, conse-qucntly he can load tho spreader again quicker and easier than where he tlrps himself In unloading by hand. This avlng In time and work enables ono to do from two to three times more fcaullng, which of course reduces tho cost accordingly. Dut tho greatest profit in connection with the work of tho spreader is that of economy In tho use of tho manure. When distributed by the spreader It will cover two or three times as much land as when scattered by hand, for all lumps and hard pieces will to torn into fine particles and distributed evenly over the ground. PROPER FEED FOR THE COLT ment Sometimes a fine spray of pure Is very effective In knocking off Krmh Jersey cows for nl. flics. This spray should not bo (t. B. Swihchroari. to penetrate the hair, or It will blister the skin. Another spray KOKSALE: 6 peafowl. nioneOT-is mado bv the use of ordinarv coat W. A. HemlrTsoii. Lvell. Ky. tar dip or creosote two parts, mineral water ten parts. This oil four rrts, Iirintf me vour ShouL'er meat. HighIs usually put on with a brush or a est market price paul. W. It. Hall heavy-enoug- sponge. Of the mixtures classed as "repellents," tho following Is supposed to bo very good: One gallon fish or whale oil; one pint coal oil; two ounces Fresh Pasture Grass Is Excellent-SuppleWith Oil Meal, Bran, Ccrn, Oats and Alfalfa. Some farmers believe that a colt will mako up as a horso tho growth that It does not ranko as a colt. As a matter cf fact a colt or any other young unlmal that Is not kept growing Is very likely never to necome as largo and btrong as 11 wouia navu been had It thrived while young. Tbo ) colt should recclvo tho proper kind of feed and bo fed liberally. Tho feed should bo nutritious and palatable. Among tho best colt feeds Is fresh paBturo grass. This bhould bo supplemented with oil meal, corn, oats, tiran and alfalfa or clover hay. Wbcro it Is posslblo to do so the colls should bo kept In the stable awny from files during tho day, given all tho alfalfa or clover hay they will eat and ono pound ot tbo following grain mixture to each 100 pounds of Six pounds of oats or corn, coltsthree pounds of bran and one pound of oil meal. Ohio Bulletin. Place to Pick 8eed. ouVyou, seed crude carbolic acid. A llttlo melted resin Is supposed to make these mixtures stick to the hair a little better Another remedy suggested Is ten parts lard or axle grease to one part of plno tar Such mixtures are usually disagreeable to apply, and the bad odor Is generally a greater nuisance than the presence of the flies WhU" BUrlV toUieci1 The principal advantage of light sprays Is that they drive the files aedforie!1 away during milking time. Tbeso have to be applied every day and do Pruitt Thompson bought of J. W. not keep the files off very long. The Palmer, a nice pair of mules, 4 years applied old, for $350.00. repellent mixtures are usually twice a week, and will keep flics off from two to four days. Mr. S, G. Estes, who lives on Route 3, has a nice threu vear old mare and PASTURE FENCE ON WHEELS a cood seven year old work rauU? for sale, Interesting Solution Offered by Illinois Fanner to Problem of Caring Mr. B. L. Barker, of Bourne. Ky. for Spirited Horse. wants the address nf some ono who bus seed corn known us the "calico" variety. A portable pasture fence, mado out .Mr. Barker? framework of set pieces of fire- Can't some one enlighten of the Is the Interesting solution ofworks. fered by an Illinois farmer to the problem of caring for a spirited horso HOLDING ON TO CLAY. which runs ltsolf out In a largo mead- (Kichmond, Vu., Journal.) Kentucky has deeded to present ua her contributions to Hie Hall of Hideous Statuarv at Washington "heroic bronze or marbje atatues of John C. Breckinridge and Simon Bolivar Buckner." Some members of the Kentucky Legis lature and some newspapers there had the impudence to surest Henry Clay; but as he was flout lluuowr county, Virginia, and did not leave this State Excellent for Nervous Horse until lie via 2) year' old and had stud; ow. Tho little pasture is 16 by 20 ied law bete, in Richmond, conscience feet and tho fenco Is mountca on asserted itsell. Virginia loiiu ago avertwheels. Ono man can move it easily. ed her claim to Mr Oay Py plnciuu The horse seems quito contented, and marble statuu of I11111 I" tiui Cjpuol when one pteco is grazed sufficiently, ISiUBie. lUrruiK the luet that nuw the fence is moved to a fresh pleco. 'and then some imcliievuu ""d accurate Mechanics. Popular unocklui; olf 0110 of the boy Micceed Aimers with a rock, it h in excellent BALANCED RATION FOR EGGS preservation uud Kentucky need not fear tlmt Iht gieul borruwtil son will Satisfactory Feed Is Made of Corn, lack coinmiiiioiulioi.. Wheat, Oats, Alfalfa, Beef Scraps and Linseed Meal. GOOD HAY RACK FOR LOADER Tho following ration Is fairly well Ono Device Intended to Do Away With balanced for egg production Much Labor Necessary to Keep hundred and fifty pounds each of From Stopping the Team. cracked corn nnd cracked wheat, 20 pounds each of wheat bran, middlings, cornmcal, ground oata ana j Thoso farm youths who liavo tolled sun In an atgluten meal, 30 pounds beer scraps, beneath a five pounds each of alfalfa meal and tempt to toad ahead ot a loader that was sweeping up heavy windrows, will old process llnsced-oi- l meal. For hens having free range ot the oce that the bead of the farm looks farm, a very simple ration ta mado Into this Invention that Is designed of equal parts cracked com and to do away with tho killing paco they cracked wheat, and a dish ot beef havo had to put up to keep from stopscraps to which they can help them- ping the team ami resting while they distributed tbe piles ot bay thut rolled selves. up. The man on the bay rack can tell the driver to go ahead and calmly Good Land Wasted. Get after tbe old briers and weeds along tho lino fence. Why not uso tbo old mower that has been superseded by a new one. It would bo Interesting Sale-So- Secrwitry I.unu'4 report aert that "iiutlmrilie .11:1 re that the automobile l Hiid ullirr cnmliuntion engine are primnrilv reHnsilili fur the coni'imptlon of uoline," and iiildi that h kcrnsen carbureter "would at once pi a loni; way toward relieving the present nlnirlaije " The recent rapid increase in the price jimkJ brood ot (jaciliiic, the reKirt ay, haa been Kor Sale or trinity-Tw- o Jr. accompanied by a rapid rlto in the mares, in foal to jack. J. A. market condition of nil tironertv 'iharea. Hot Blunt Florence if f..r, .Q a M) tier cent dividend de- Sale;-cood. For heater, number 53 Apply at this nilice. ( care1 by the standard Oil Company of 100 X. me White Wyndott Koo California Januaryby 1916Imperial Uil For per cent dividend the tera. Itobt Fov, Markbury. Ky. Limited, of Canada. , Company. The rewrt ay the increase in con- R. 1. Bed cockerels for sale. , sumption of t;"oline in the United Mount, states in l'JIS whi ITi per cent, over J. tf. 191J, and eitimatea that there will be a Jeny HigRins, Route 1. has some corresponding increase In 1U1C. liili-rnnI Secretary l.mie reported to the for the eiclu itr in of our furmrr uticrtlwrt. ami l lor Senate is cUsmI Iiv thortige nf mipply ne rO of uc It xmiti mill ncli (hunt 'i nnil mi increae in cmuimptinti. farm t Uit Uniivr cmihwI nffo1 lo ntvvr He rccnnimmiictl Ihni the situation N nectpitM will lour uotlc nf heavier dil. me ol thr lie relieved liy the U'i will I only In wn lne it free ol rtminttillntrx in interim! ciiilmtion iiincs. tlow ihi ItrNiSitiR li TREATMENT Crailimle FOR ACID SOILS orr kk uo Numerous Quarries Throughout Coun try Afford Plentiful Supply of Ground Limestone. Ollice at W. It. Ilurlin'n Sale Stable. Night Phnne ill. ,.,", I 1 USELESS HORNS ON" CATTLE Whole Process of Handling Cattla Easily and Successfully la Well Worth Adopting. On tho smaller class of farms where only a few, or perhaps several, calves are raised annually. It Is an easy mat- Farmers who are troubled with acid soils will do well to get a copy ol bulletin 400 published by tho N'ew York experiment station at Oeneva While the material In this publication FUNERAL DIRECTOR refers especially to land In New ork Olllce Over National Hank. much of It Is appllcnble to farms In other parts of the tountry Itesideiice Phone 3. Office Phone 27 Because of the numerous quarrlel LANCASTKB. KY. throughout the country, ground ltm stono ran be obtained nt a reasonable price and should bo used In prefer ence to ijulckllinn which often Injures For All Klads or the land because of Its caustic prop crtles. The following quotations show ths value of ground limestone compared ROUGH to other farms: "Speaking generally, a ton of ground see limestone. 1.S0O pounds of hydrated lime, or 1.100 pounds of burned Unit contain the same amount ot soil sweet G. C. COX. ening chemicals." lime, when the procesi Is the same in Phone Is fully complete. chemical composition as ground lime stone, as It has taken from tho alt the carbon dioxide driven from the M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler limestone by burning, and has again become? lime carbonate. It Is of equal Doctor Of Denial Swf7. J. A. Beazlev LUMBER. Manse,Ky "Air-slake- Omcel!nur.m ter to dehorn them, or rather prevent 11 111 any boms to develop. Ono farmer uses caustic potash. One light application when a calf Is ten days to two weeks old, proventa all horn development, and a beautiful head results. In this advanced ago no cattle should possess horns. They aro useless as they aro dangerous. Another thing is to break all tho cattle to lead nnd stand tied. This Is easy especially if attended to when tho calves aro joung Still another thing is to arrange to stable, through all bad, cold weather, for feeding. This is comfort for tho cattlo and economical of feeding material. Reason teaches ono that If it is so economical and practical to stablo cows during all tho cold si'Ux sou for feeding. It Is equally Important anil desirable) to handle in thn ramo way all tho larger cattlo. Tho calves and yearlings may be allowed roomy dry sheds, but when they get of mature age, halter them up or secure them In the stablo by stanchions. Cattlo, that is milk cows and fat steers, when it is desirable to removn Ifcum from tho farm, either for breeding or shipping away, If well broken to tbo halter aro no trouble to handle. Tho whole process of handling all tbo caltlo easily ami successiuny ns rcc ommended. Is woll worth trying und adopting. EXERCISE FOR LITTLE PIGS valuo with ground llmestono from the nrme HnltiHniri Hurt A Andrr same quarry, and of no greater value Offlcv oii't urntiarr Mot. unless fineness be financially worth I.ANCASTKIt, KENTUCKY. while." "Marl Is also lime carbonate and ground limestone In value II equal to of similar purity." MAKING No Door A DEHORNING CHUTE Necessary In Constructing De vice Shown In Illustration Stick Answers Purpose. TREES RhiiPnr-h No door Is needed In building a de horning chute, such as Is shown In the Illustration herewith When tho nnl mal enters, a stout stick Is stuck be, Fruitand ShadeTrees Strawberry Plants, Shrubs. Grape Vines, Asivir'imio RoseSt phox, PeonieS Everything for Orrliunl. I.iiwii nnd Gnriien. Write for free Cutalnjine. No AJls. H.F.IIillcnmcycr lil. Dehorning Chute. I & Sons. l'jir, l.exinp;in. Kriiltirky. Give Them an Armful of Corn Husks' or Leaves to Boot In Have Sep- I arate Trough for Feeding. Sometimes llttlo pigs, when penned up too closely, show signs ot getting ton fnt llv o elvini o thorn n llttln mornroom In which to run thoy will begin taking enough exercise to urivo away this fatty pufflncss. If given an arm load of corn husks or leaves thoy will roue aruunu in inesu aim guv (juiie u goou ueai or exercise. 11 is mi r.K.u for tbe pigs to have that chubby look but thoy can get too puffy and fat. As to tho feeding, that will begin to tako care of itself as soon as the little fellows begin trying to eat with the sow. Wbon they get that big they ehould bo fed some ground oats und corn. Hotter uso a screen In preparing this food, so that tho bulls can bo taken out. Any sort ot a screen that will tako out tho hulls after grinding will do for this. It is better to havo a separate trough and feeding place for the pigs than It Is to let them run chances of being trampled underfoot or crushed when fea along with tbo brood sows. Ily feeding In a separato pen In a smaller trough their rations will not be stolen by tho older hogs. The pen can be arranged near tbe regular feeding placo and .furnished with an opening big enough to let the plgi come In and small enough to keep tbe full grown and bait grown aalmali outabW. , I , , , hind him In cleats on one side of tho chute. Korco him Into the proper position nnd then fasten It by dropping ti pin Into tbo nearest holo In tho arranged pleco on tho other side. Chutu Is six feet long, six feet high and three feet wldo. Dimensions should correspond as nearly as posslblo to thui nverugo aplnial, becausu the less fre dom of movement the better. Floor is narrowed tn - Inches, with tight, Blunting sides up to u height of three fecti Kach Jaw , trap ,a lcparat,.a by a uvt,ri nll(l muy bo eccureil nt ally ,llac8 by ,roI1 ,,ln8 , nolcs boreJ ,ho upprr fr()nt crosgpcco of ,ll0 frame ThlB arrangement practically auva BWay al body mruggle. Tlo Ulu ht.ad ,lWI1.yefitem Farmer. CASTOR for Uuars the Signature I A Infants and Children The Kind You Have Always Bought L. & N m. Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. AKHIVb'. No 10; 5(i;a. w, I ty toes eT them f om ' Tfbatewr The Best Recommendation. The strongest recommendation any srticle may receive Is a tavorauie worn from the user. It is the recommendn. tiom of those who have used it that makes Chamberlain's Cough Remedy so Mrs. Amanda Gierheart, iwpular. Waynesfield. Ohio, writes. "Chamberlain's Cough ttemedy has been used tn my family olf and on for twenty years and It has never failed to cure a cough or cold." Obtainable everywhere, lm. ( and tho fewest llttlo ones. . land In this to waste along line tencea, Ju' wbl P?""1 ? toooa go Intensive Farming. It has taken tbo dairy farmers ot middle West 75 years to learn No 71; 8:35 a. m. the that they were wasting too much land To Howland & Stanford connecting In pasturo and that summer feeding at Howland. I, & N to all points South Is a necessity. It ought not to tako much more schooling to show thn NoiW: 11:01 0. m. valuo ot Intenslvo principles and en To Itichmond, connei'tlnir with I. & able them to make ono aero yield tbo, N to Irvine & lleattyville. Lexington resuus nureiuioro ouiamcu rrom two. & Cincinnati. Mlddlesboro & Knoxville. Something (jood. No 70; 11:60 a. m. To Itlctimond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:00 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabethtown & Howling To Maysville, connecting at Itlchmoni with I, & N to Frankfort & Ijuiivtlle; at Winchester with C & (I to Lexington & Frankfort, Mount Sterling St Ashland, at I'aris to Cincinnati. The Central Lancaster, Tie cord Kentucky. $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Hay Rack for Loader. tramp down tbo bay as it rolls up on the front end. When that Is loaded, ho moves a lever that unlocks a reciprocal truck on tho bed ot tbe rack and the hay loading surface ot tbe rack Is moved ahead and the rear half brought up under tbe loader to be loaded as was the front. Farming Business. Thoe who liutu misty medicine should try Chumberlstii'a Tablets for cumulation. They are pleasant to take und Green, and at Ilardstnwn Junction to their elfect is so "agreeable and so Iiardstown & Springfield. natural that you will not realize that it No 0; B:42 p. m. has been produced by a medicine. ObTo Stanford, connecting; with fast tainable everywhere. train to Bristol & Atlanta.