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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 2, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916030201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 2, 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. l'UHE RELWlOh, UNI A RNISHED DEMOCRACY AND 0001) GOVERNMENT TWRNTT SIXTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH 2, 1916. Hand Us That $. MARRIAGE NUMBkR 48. LICENSES. ELIZABETH LLOYD IS mi. r ai iugi AT : .1 How would you like to m own a good Turning jg Plow one that every 1 point you have will fit perfectly, same as the one that comes on the plow. qr t5 i t We can furnish you this plow and It has so many good points, that you had better come and let us explain them. We carry a full line of Implements. j hi P Conn Brothers. !j LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. j Phone 43 For all Kinds of Job Printing. Plumbing STEAM AND HOT WATER HEATING. Try a real Plumber and be convinced on your next work. All work guaranteed or no charge. Phone 77 and I will do the rest. No work to large or none to small. M. 8. Hatfield, Dentist, is now locat Deputy County Clerk, K. M. Walker, Purchased By J. W. Elmore. ed in Lancaster. OUke over (Sarrard issued marriage license to John Met- g' tf. calf, aged 5KJ, son of Isalnh Metcalf, j The fanciest hred young caddie mare Hank. Alt calls appreciated, and Miss Kate Davis, age l'J, daughter in these pnrts and n splendid individual Hughes & Hwincbroad are ottering of John Davis. Itctli parties live in the beside, is "Elizabeth l.loyd" purchased one of tin best farms in the cuunty lor I'aint I.ick section of the countv. ly J. W. Elmore of W. O Goodloe last Hcbi! salu in thin Issue of the llccord. week. This heautiful piece of horse the advertisement on page four. PimnPlt nnpnurrinit llcsh was purchased tiy Mr. (ioodloc at MWIM UfLMllUN. the sale of Mrs. Kichard Tasker Ixiwn-lie- s A town never lose, anything by ex- Mr- - '"chard Mclirath. formclv of in Danville last fall. lending n royal welcome to every tie- "Elizabeth serving nlp.nirHr wl.n miriears in its lower warrant UUl who now resides at I.loyd" is by Kentucky's Choice and out operated on last 0f Mary Dick, the dam of Kebina I.loyd, midst. Hospitality Is a priceless germ1 willen Wednesday for appendicitis. He travels recently purchased by Hilly Shropshire but it costs very little. for the Simmons Hardware Co", and I i n fnnpv lli.nn. Sh .1 v.nr. The editor of a newspaper may blow was out on the road when the operation ' for $1000. The price gotten by his town sky high; it may soar in became necessary. Mr. McGrath is a I Mr. Goodloe was private, but is said to rhapsodical (light to the stars, but if son of Mrs. Nachie McGrath and a have been a good one. it is without advertisers, people say it MiiiMici u l nil, . live: nikui.ui ui tills is no Rood, and they are about right. place and their friends join them in F. P. FRISBIE wishes for a speedy recovery and the Did your wife take a vacation dur restoration of health of their loved one. Appointed Polic Judge By Cor. Stanley. ing the past vear? If not, see that she gets one this year. Kverv woman At a call meeting of the City Council SHIPMENT TO IRELAND. ieeds and should have, rest and recrea last Friday night the resignation of tion, surrounded by new scenes where Dakota Jack, that handiome speci-ma- n Judge J, P. Prather, as Police Judge cares may vanish, so says one or two of of manhood, who takes his own was olfered and was immediately ac our married men. medicine, uses his own liniments and cepted by the council. soaps, came into the nllice one day this A superstitious subscriber, who Mayor L. G. Davidson has been fill found a spider in his paper, wants to week and showed us where lie had just ing this ollice since the resignation of ) .j made n shipment of his remedies to Judge a bail omen. know if it is considered Prather and will continue so un Nothing of the kind. The spider was Ilelfast Ireland, and others to I'hillipine til his successor is appointed by GovJust looking over the columns of the Islands, Panama and Australia. "Had ernor Stanley. gi paper to see what merchants were not news travels fast", and when sorno U. The council unanimously endorsed advcrlioing so that it could spin Its web S. citizens heard their loved were Mr. F. P. Krisbie for the placo and his acro.s Ids store door and be free from sick in other lands they knew what to appointment is looked for at any time. send them. The shipment to Ireland disturbance. Mr. Frishie is one of our most progreswent to a druggist who wns having sive young business men and his friends calls for these wonderful remedies. nnti-liiUNine bills are before Conpredict that the ollice will be just to S3 gress, three to abolish the liquor traliic his liking. With "Judge" Frisbie on ill the District of Columbia, one to forWILLS PROBATED. the bench, the bootleggers and other bid liquor selling under Federal license Two wills were olfered for probate in law violators of the city will have to in violation of local laws, one to make Judge Arnold's court last Monday. The hike to fairer fields and pastures green. Hawaii dry, two prohibiting the sale or I.ATKR Mr. Frisbie received his apgift of intoxicating liquors to minors will of Jane Adams, colored, devises pointment from Governor Stanley last within United States admiralty and that all her just debts be paiil first and night and will be sworn in y by jurisdiction, and two prohibit- will's to her niece Elizabeth Adams, a the County clerk. Our hats are oft" to M maritime house anil lot in Duncan town, the reraJl ing the use of the mails in promoting mainder, if any, she gives to Mr. H. F. you "Judge Frisbie." and advestising the liquor tratlic. Hucbon, who has so tenderly cared for An exchange gives an incident that her during the last years of her long BIG CATTLE SALE illustrates the impossibility of telling life. The will was dated July 1914 and names Mr. Shirley Hudson administra R. E. Hughes Sells Seventy Head Of where the trouble resulting from a mortgage will end. A man mortgag tor. The last will and testament of Herelords. ed his farm to buy his wife a pair of Nettie I.ee Kemper was offered for earrings. The wife look in washing to probate, but owing to the absence of One of the biggest cattle deals that has pay the interest on the mortgage, and witnesses to the will, it was deferred been pulled oft" in the county for several the first day lost one ot the diamonds until March court. months was consummated last Saturday in the suds and tried to hang herself in when Mr. K. E. Hughes sold his entire the barn, but the rope broke and she herd of young Hereford steers to Messrs SUCCESSFUL SALE fell on a $150 Jersey cow, breaking its J. E. Kobinson and W. II. Drown of back. At the sale of Hunter House on Feb. this city. These cattle were purchased 23rd, the CO acres of land was purchas by Mr. Hughes last September in Mised by Mate House for $90.30 per acre. souri and were considered one of the LOST. rersonal property sold well. A 3 year best bunches of young cattle ever in An old gold breast pin, with coral old mare to J. W. liourne for $158; a 9 the county. They run uniformly in size rose bud in center. Liberal reward year old mare to Les I'arsons.for $82.60; and color and each shows the distinct will be paid to finder if left at this office, 3 year old mare for $77: yearling mule feature and characteristic white face of $G4; jersey cow $57.50; sow and pigs this popular breed. There was about $30. Corn brought $3.95 per barrel. seventy head in bunch Headquarters For M I Plows and Plow Gear. ig See our Vulcan Hill Side Plow. The strongest and best hill side Plow. A complete line of Plow Gear, Collars, Back Bands, Trace Chains, Etc. Bri-die- a; s, I ta II 1 58 Haselden Lancaster, Bros., Kentucky Wholesale and Retail Hardware. 'ntiMigflfafgfailljg'afei iMlIMMMSlJrlilJrWijSLa I You will find the following at 1 ONSTOTT FARM SELLS. The aale of Jeptha Onstott, which took place last Saturday was well at' tended and every thing sold well. The farm containing about forty acres was knocked oil to Mr. Nath Uogie for Estimates cheerfully furnished. an acre. $0 and the There were a number of contending average weight was 725 pounds. The bidders on the land and it was after price paid was $7.25 a hundred. (!) wards sold to P. T. Urown. Messrs. Kobinson and Drown expect The success of this sale is attributed to feed these cattle through the winter to Hughes ane Swinebroad, as sale and graze until about the middle of the (!) managers. summer, when thev will again be put or the market. CONTRACT RENEWED. the I 1 I I CURREY'S Store. Sliced Boiled Ham, Sliced Dried Beef, Minced Lunch Meat, Winnie Worst, Fish and Oysters Fresh Country Milk Received Daily. Exc usive Agent for Stones Cakes Silver Slice, Golden Sunbeam, Mephisto, Raisin and Creole Fruits. M. L. Schwren, PICTURE SHOW Open every Friday and Saturday nights at 7:15 promptly. In case as many as 250 people are not present on these nights, it will clo3e every night. It h Episode of Graft, Friday. 1st Episode of Ilrokcn Ccin Saturday, this week. Plumber and Manager. CRITICALLY ILL. BUGGIES The best and cheapest on the market. All kinds of HARNESS. Perfect Satisfaction. We regret to chronicle the critical illness of Mr. J. W. Hamilton at his home on Maple Avenue. Mr. Hamilton returned from Cincinnati last week, where he went for treatment and lias gone down rapidly since his return. Tlie chances for his recovery are slim. A OULLLwrUL nitiinnnnrtr nnnnimiAii UrtKAlIUK. old most mm Miss Florence Action, daughter of Dr. J. M. Action, had a severe attack of appendicitis last Tuesday and was operated on Sunday, The operation, which was performed between attacks. was entirely successful and her friends are looking forward, with pleasure, to her speedy recovery BILLY SPEITH SICK We are indeed glad to report that our good friend, Hilly Speith is now convalescent, from an acute attack of grip, having been confined to his room in the Runs Lighter and Lasts Longest. WIRE FENCE, Kengarlan for the past two weeks. No one in the city or county has more friends than Mr. Speith and all will be glad to know that his recovery will be When put up It stays up. rapid. BUYS NICE I STALLION. , Stoves and Ranges. They can't be beat for cooking and lasting. PLOWS That Satisfy: Best Hoofing, Paints and Oils, pure Linseed not Cotton Seed. I Anion, 01 uucaeye, nas recentlyvurchased of Madison county parties, a handsome I'ercheron stallion, for which he paid a fancy price. Those who have seen this horse pronounce him one of the very best of his class. He will make a season on the farm of Mr. Anion this spring and a full description and pedigree will appear in these col. umns later. - l. I. air, joun iii, II- Mr. Charles IJenner, a brother of j Mrs. It. Zimmer, of the Kengurlan Hotel, who is the proprietor of the Depot Kestauratit, in Danville, was held up at the point of a revolver one iic.ht ' last week and robbed. The tcene of was on Mam street, the bold hold-uthe First Presbytiriuu church. ; near Mr. Rentier had been Uji lov.n and was on his way to the restaurant to helpoul TRAGIC THOUGH TRUE. upon the arrival of the midnight trams The hold-u- p On hut Wednenluv a tall unknown fiom I'iiiciiinatl. Uok nun, with a ferocious mustache and p'uee ubotit II o'clock. 'I ne victim win wearing:! slouch hat, was seen to walk quietly walking west when two negroes rapidly across the public square, hold- - approiched. They were talking to each howw, llo KVtlivlKV ul jlty ,0 )ai.k.)?(; CHrvfu,y M otller inf. in a red bandanna handkerchief. There highwaymen until they had nil ten on u was in his eyes the gleam of a sujipres-- 1 line even with .Mr, Keniu r, when tliey sed excitement; the lingers of lm right wlupiwd out revolvers and demanded hand were nervously gripping the hilt that he hold up his hand ai d bo of a large "revolver, which piotruded eaiched. One of the uegioes punched From time abigrevoler against Mr. Kenner's from mi overcoat pocket. to time hu gleamed furtively incr Ids neck and held it there, until the other liim. They not adiaiiiond shoulders and setmed to with sus- hud Mr. Iteniieri ring and $1 M in ensh. picion and concern anyono who To observers who had nottd was telea.ed and went on to theatution his strange actions, lie was seen to wlule tlie negroes lied. Two negroes were nrrestid ii Somer maku u bee line for a large fo. titled henili warehouse, located near the I & set suspected of having robbed Mr. N. tracks, und disappear tluough tlie Itenncr who went to Someuet and open door of that building. In u few identified thorn us his assailants. They Vitton. Ii 'iir II h mnniitiild tltn Inmiilt - tli DnilVltl.l - II Hi I iil.lml tn r-"w "tii,ih Veli, hotly on the inside, rose litfully above" Jail to uwait the action of the April j "o waijing north wind. He soon grand jury. Tlio moil proved to be und Christopher reappeared however, with u loll of Claud Thompson money as big as two dollars worth of Htdlelieigor, who were reicasad fiom lliurtilay lettuce, w Inch he waivedaloft in triumph Hie Uamillu work liouso d which ho speedily deposited in one morning, lliey were urrrteu as tramps of the local banks. He had just sold 'in Ihu Dauvlde yards a short time ago I for cash, three quarts of first class ' und sei.tencvd for trespuMing, hemp seed. . nnr, nnnnmiMr niinnmin1 U UUK LUUfl XI ilKUAft James D. Hatcher was this week, for the third consecutive time, awarded the contract for carrying the mail between Danville and Lancaster. His new agreement will not terminateuntil June 30, 1920. For twelve years Mr. Hatcher has carried the mails over this line, wiui never one complaint tiled (or any failure of duty or objectionable conduct. For several years he used a wagon and horses, but Inter bought an automobile. He carries passengers and has built up a good business in this line. He is erv popular with the traveling public and people along his route. While he is very nroud of his recoid. et Mr. Hatcher is honest enough to give much credit for success to his estimable wife who can manipulate the auto as good or better than Jim. -- Danville Messenger. EYESTRAIN HEAD- I 1 ii i JITNEY BUNS Received Monday, Thursday and Friday, afternoons. ACHES RELIEVED. Dr. Ilyrne's Drugless. Painless Tet and Scientifically Glasses will do the work. H. Theo M3Wci Currey. 1 TWO BOLD NEGROES HOLD UP RENNER. tWj 1 Ljj International Stock Food Halls Hog Cholera Remedy. Siiotklys Hoy Cholera Remedy. Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy This is the time to use it as a cure or pre- ventative. 8 if $ J AftcffftfoBFiis Dpuq Store ee DC FINE ENGRAVED INVITATIONS, WEDDING lat Announcement Cards and Calling Cards. PICTURES OF LANCASTRIANS Saturdays Courier Journal contained a .uc.an lirant: who is pasiing creditable ex. aminations at Annapolis, coming out with high marks where bundred4 of JUKI r Beautiful Flowers For Gifts, Dinners Wedding's and Funerals. STORMES DRUG STORE. Best Fountain Service in Town Served in a flON.Ll ! our new store Is equlpp-- ! .pienu,u.Ke.,e..oIuva,aiel W j. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. TllC IHOIiey due the ed With everything VOU meu ror servin " the, last need. We nay the highest . woveiiiDer lermis reauy ior market price ror your pro- distribution. Please Call rilirp. Rrlnd It to US Ami -u ..ll ul "ul"J ",B get A FKEE HITCH at Dock Monday, Uuisv.lle Times contained ul m3 ulu,-- c a handsome picture of Miss Kay Acton and Will Iltttil Check, Lee's Livery Stable. and . recent l.sure of the Courier! F F HugheS, Dlckerson & Carrier. Journal displayed a group showing five . ---- jury- - Sanitary Manner. 1C 1L 11 generations ol the Ward family. Trustee Jury Und. II Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Mch 2 TOMATOES IN 19 lb. Puff your way into the joys of Prince Albert! CSHKT-jrz1 WINTER inaunMBi mmsBrxiMH mhrhi hmbmh Crop Is of Especial Importance in Many Eastern States. Eternal Vigilance and Exercise of Good Judgment on Part of Grower Ara Essential Product Meets Rssdy Demand. Next to the potato, tho tomato stands, perhaps, at the head of tho list ot garden vegetables In commercial Importance In Maryland, Now Jersey, IVlaware, Ohio, Indiana, end to a rapidly Increasing extent In West Virginia, tho crop Is of special Importance, while the greenhouses of New York and New England and the truck fields of Florida endeavor to supply tho demand for In winter. this fruit lly far tho larger portion ot tho area devoted to this crop Is ctnploye'd In supplying fruit for tho canning factories, and It Is the demand of the canneries which more than any other hes given tho great impetus to tomato cut- turo. Successful tomato culture under glass depends as much upon tho man in chargo as upon conditions. Eternal vlgllanco and tho excrclso of good Judgment on tho part ot tho grower nro moro essential than strict adhcr-encto set rules. The crop Is ono nrhlch demands 'constant care nnd Intelligent management, but under suitable conditions tho returns aro very satisfactory, and tho product meets a ready demand at good prices. Tho most Important conditions for forcing tomatoes aro: A warm, light s span house one having a facing .tho south bejng preferable strong bottom heat, rich soil, careful training, uniform temperature, care In watering and pollinating, and, as be-o All black-trea- d Tires are NOT made- - of "BAREFOOT" Rubber in the especially devised Texture, Flexibility, Stretch, Lightness nnd Resilience of thnt "Harctoot Rubber" which, through years of Research, WE developed to match tho marvellous Flexibility, Ren of our silience and "Silvcrtown" Tires. Color alone would have been littlo help in making in tho tremendous EN"Silvcrtown" Treads stand-u- p of DURANCE Tests which tho 1915 provided. And Color alone, Klacl:. "While, Red, or Gray can do Black-Tren- d little for the Conmuncr who Imys a ".Mc-too- " Tire, of imitated make, on the assumption that all llUick-Trea- d Tires are likely to be made of same materials. Value THIS in its comioaition. lies not in its is to tell the People, Go ahead, quick as you lay in a stock of the national joy smoke! Firo up a pipe or a makin's cigarette as though you never did know what tobacco bite and parch meant I For Prince Albert is freed from bits and parch by a patented process controlled exclusively by us. You can smoke it without a comeback of any kind because P. A. is real tobacco delight. tlint Goodrich COLOR It licA ClinR-qualit- Power-conservatio- PRINCE .r r tne r.azicncii joy smoRS will do for you what it Amm has dona for thousand! of men, not only in the States but all over the world I It will give you a correct idea of what a On iha rcrerc !! cf tMi Ik pipe smoke or a nome-rolle- d red tin you M rkJi "lYorri Patented Jr!r2Cli,I03V-ccigarette should be. his riil thrt nwn ninN piped whrt9cnunokvti bttjt message, and maldn's-peac- e Get this Prince Albert pleasure; you you men who have "retired" from pipe and cigarette-makin- 's who have never known its solace l Because you have a lot or smoke p or tmi mnVlf no win TV era lo ATott h Albert pipe-peace i nnrMr-vniir.ni- no V. o luceoiasolJt intooovrrd bmaa. Bet tidy rti tint, 10c hanjtomm pounj Attmi- f ,W clc-- cr pound cry ttat-c.'a- end make fire 1 f 30. UiJ'l 1L ,. ....... 'J10.40 J2J.00 J.11.50 S50.&O R. J. TOBACCO CO. Wf SSxt ....3il.tr TrtaU ... ."rslr-litt36 x 4'i S1S.4S 2i.0 zih UU) marvellous "Barefoot Rubber" now used Tiros (as well as in is black only because wo circled that color, primarily for distinction and amocitttion our SILVERTOWN CORD Tires. When, therefore, the usual crop of "ll.itterfnjr" Imitations sprouts upon tho Market L'ON'T tisaumo that Tires have in Uier.i tin " OTHER Black-Trea- d which made the enemies .'iNM TRANCE of Silvcrtown Cord Tires posmblc b the iH) to 103 Races of lfiM-l;No Tires on the Market. L;bo for Sine, nnd Type for Type, arc LARGER than Goodrich, ami none more " nood, at any price. "Barefoot Rubber" h now rondo into Goodrich Goodrich FABRIC Tires. Gotxlrich "Silvcrtown Tires. Goodrkh Motor Goodrich Truck Tires, Inner Tubes, and Geodrkh Cycle Tires, Goodrich Bicycle Tires. Rubber Roots, Overshoes, Soles ami Heels. Get a sliver of it from jour nearest 'Goodrich Deah?r or Branch. ' Fhtr-LiMote (by comparison), the rettnonablu-Un- v Fabric Tires arc being prices r.t which these sold, on a BUSINESS hash. THEGoodrich FABRIC " Silvcrtown") u-it- Mi!e-ier-ho- ". cm-crous- lii tt best-possib- le PREACHERSVILLE Services at the Baptist church Satur day and Sunday. Mr. Henry Anderson, Jr., is spend' some time at Lexington. Mr. E. L. Wilson sold 17-1lb hogs to Mr. J. M. Cress at 7c. Mrs. W. C. Cummins began a select school at her home Monday. 0 lb Mr. J. II. Thompson sold hogs to Mr. J. M. Cress at 7c. The aged Mrs. Silas Anderson is some better. She has been quite poorly, Mr and Mrs. J. M. Cress visited Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Jones at Stanford. Mr. S. M. Cress bought mule from J. Camron for $120. Miss Nell Newland, of Cedar Creek, visited her sister, Mrs. W. C. Cummins Sunday. Mr. Owen Duvall, who has been a sufferer from heait failure, is reported some better. Mr. Jesse Lawrence, who has been sick for a lone time, is able to be around again. Misses Ruby Parrish and Katie Melvin visited Mr, and Mrs. Roecoe Colyer last Saturday night. Mr. Woodson Carpenter has returned from a recent trip to Greensburg, Ind. He went or. the train but drove back his horse and buggy. Mr. It. G. Pettus and wife visited his mother, Mrs. Rebecca Pettus, and helped her celebrate her 78 birthday. Her many triends wish her many more t happy returns of the day. Mr. P. F. Kennedy, who is ing a new store in the south town, is building a fair trade. customers who are residents neighbors are out the purchase price of nearly four dollars each they allege. They can learn nothing as to their friend's whereabouts, nor will their longings return the book or its price. They now confess to being sadder and wiser and while they will still be kindly disposed toward tha stranger, and glad to assist those who merit it, will not hi so easily taken in again. Letter to the publishers elicited the information that his whereabouts are unknown to them but much desired. The reply also contained the information that he was a recent student at Wilmore College. Inqueries there developed the fact that ho had been a student there last year but his present address was unknown. It is thought that he procured these books to sell again. On one occasion when he picked up the book with a re quest to borrow, the good lady suspicion- ing something wrong, took her pencil and asked that he hand her the book so she could put her name on the fly leaf. Holding the volume tightly and back ing toward the door, seemingly much offended and hurt, shook his head and said: "I wouldn't be serving my Lord, conduct- if I were to allow you to do that". It end of ii said that the same trick was turned He has in the Rankin neighborhood. of the I he stated that he had been at George' T T 7' 'or Washingtcn, When distress IA town studying for tne ministry and he country relied on hii ti 11 The seemed to be a most deserving young rjurnosefulnets: man. He gave the name of 0. N. So to honor him now the House takes Cook and said his home was in Georgia. Before Christmas he returned with is the Tenspot, in other wore line of scripture motto calendars. As ...pay. . he canvassed this time, he made it a Which the members receive point when calling where he had sold for the work of ore dav. the before mentioned book, to ask to But their businesss at home is neglect ed, thev say. borrow their copv to read, promising to return same when he made the delivery -- yis for wasted V of the calendars. The people readily away X In borrowing trouble and care now live of our near responded, and Gooimicii the n. Akron, Ohio. co. X J Goodrich 66 BAREFOOT ilJS. Yesterday sO ror i oaayc , For which House and Senate Tomor row must pay. Dripping Springs section. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Urown and family went to Ottawa, where they will spend some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Tart Proctor, before moving to Indiana. A large crowd was present at the sale of Mr. J. W. Drown in spite of the very inclement weather of Saturday forenoon. Everything brought b high price and the bidding was spirited. Mr, J. II. Hutcliins bought a bay mare for S2. Mr. J. P. Rodgers, of Dee Lick, bought an aged gray mare for $40. Mr. J. M. Cress cried the sale, and while this was his first effort. he is said to have acquitted himself most creditably by those who ara com petent to judge such work. We notice some of our imitative young folks aro trying to pattern after the dusky Orientals with their singular fashion of having some "cultivated" finger nails, which fashion is said to be much in evidence with the Cisure class at present. Recently we heard a dap per young urug cierK "law out" uy an old countryman. Rube had made a purchase and as his change was being shoved over towards him he spied the drug clerk s pet nail und ejaculated. "Golly, I'd hateforyou to scratch me Some of our good people, careful to entertain strangers according to biblical statement to effect that angels are thereby entertained often unawares, are now aware that they have "been taken In" quite recently. A slick, tongued agent, seemingly very religious and possessed of all tne qualities of a successful salesman, canvassed here about Thanksgiving. He was selling a book "Self Knowledge". Quite a few subscribed and In a short time their copies were, delivered. The people seemtd glad to help the young man a the Z a m I n d e r rcvenu man. Who used to have vogua in far Single-StePlant In Forcing House, Hindustan. Showing Method of Tying Fruit There have been worse ideas since the Cluster. session began. fore suggested, good Judgment and Lexington Leader, constant watchfulness on tho port of tho grower. Bottom heat Is not abso lutely essential to success, but tho WHAT TO READ. crop matures moro quickly If given you in sorrow? Read John 14. Are this condition. Do you worry? Read Mathew 0:19.3-1- , Tho plants nro treated In every way Are you discouraged? Read Isaiah 40. as for outdoor culturo till handled tho last time. For fruiting sonio pro- Have you tho blues? Read Psalm 27, When you have sinned, read Psalm 51 fcr benches, with about six Inches ot When you are lonely or fearful, read soil; but, In tho writer's experience. the best results havo been obtained Psalm 23. from the use ot snuaro If you want to be fruitful, read John and 111 Inches boxes 18InInches bottom deep. tho 15. of tho boxes Is placed a layer of charIf you want Christian assurance read coal, broken pots, or "clinkers" from Romans 8. the furnace, after which soil, consist If your faith needs stirring, read ing of three parts good garden loam Hebrews 11. and one part stablo maIf you want rest and peace, read nure, Is filled in to within two or thrco Inches of tho top. Each box will hold Mathew 11: four plants, and the check caused by When you leave home for labor the partial confinement of the roots travel, read Psalm 121. seems to bo ot value In hastening maWhen you forget your blessings read turity. If tho solid bed Is used InPsalm 103. stead of tho boxes, the plants nro set When you want courago for your about sixteen Inches apart each way, task. Read Joshua 1. thus occupying a little moro than one Hamilton Valley. When you grow bitter or critical read and square feet ot floor spaco 1st Corinthians 13. Clip. for each plant. Mr. Joe Wrav sold 8 shoats to Mr. J. Best returns usually fclldw where T. Centjrs for $04. tho plants nro trained to a singla PAINT LICK Mr. Joe Lear joIJ Wells and Wilson stem. Flax cordB, about tho size ot 12 shoats, price $75. wool twlno, aro fastened to tlio corMiss I.lzzle Conn has been visiting ners of tho boxes or to wires placed Mr. Sidney Sparks has moved to Mr. ner In Lancaster. parallel to each row, for that purpose. Charlie Ramsey's farm. Mis Lula McWhorter is the guest of and attached abovo to wires running Preacher Joe Smith and family have miss wancy Long in Winchester. lengthwlso of the building, on tho moved back from the mountains. ratters or sashbars. Mrs. tietty Onggs is the gues of As tho fruit sets tho clusters should Mrs. Charles Davis was the guest of Miss roily Urown near Lancaster. bo supported by means of n.small cord MI,. wriiu rr:.i. oi . her sister, Mrs. Ebb Dentley, Tuesday. fi..i:.. iinuer, Lancaster was or piece of raffia passing around tho guest of Miss Jeanette main stem abovo n leaf, thus forming Miss Luvenia Montgomery is the Uie week-ensling. At this tlmo, too. It Is well pleasant guest of her sister Mrs. J, II. Lldriuge. Hamilton. Mrs. Martha Ely left Sunday for to stir tho surfaco of the soli and work in a quantity ot Mr. Robert Hamrnuck was the guest t'ariswher she is the guest of her manure or to give frequent applica of his cousin, Mr. Pettus Dentley for daughters. tions of liquid manure. the week end. Mr. and Mrs. W. C Wynn areiruests Mr. and Mrs. Win. Wells were the oi secretary of statu J. P. Lewis In Paint Improves. week end guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clias. Irankfort. Painting aids greatly In Improving Wells at Eubauks. Miss Estill Walker wus the guest of tho appearance and prolonging tho Miss I.llliu llolman has returntd home Miss Bell Denny at Stanford foraBhort Ufa ot machines. It should bo used freely when needed. Red lead and from n visit at her grand parents, Mr. visit the past week. linseed oil make a tenacious paint and and Mm. John Roberts. Miss Sallie Woods spent several diva one of tho best for all farm ImpleMr. and Mrs. Turnei Sparks were the in Lancaster, the last week the guest ments. , or Miss Llda Raney, guests of her parents, Mr. and Mis. Melvin Stinnett, Sunday Miss Jessie Parks entertained a num. Protect Horses on Ice. Now let those who have been care Mr. J. T. Centers bought a sow from l"!r of Mends in a most delightful man- ful to put chains on tho wheels ol on Saturday evening, Pettus Dentley for $20, and also one from Richard Lear for $20. Messrs. William Turley, of Richmond their automobiles every tlmo It ralnod to It that their horses' feet aro Miss Fannie McQuerry was the guest Bnu" N' Gr don of Chicago, Illinois, Bee provided with something to keep of her shitei. Mrs. Russell Singleton were guests of Mr. Woods Walker the mem irom suiaaing on tno ice. j past week. Saturday night and Sunday. Kev.! cjetre'ot tho Lancaster Baptist Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Kinnard and Mr Need of New Thought. church Visited tho B. Y. P. U. at Mt. and Mrs. Richard Ler wr We lose vigor through thinking con 4 tt"or sun"ay evening and gave a most tinually tho same set ot thoughts. New of Mrs. Emily Kinnard last Sunday. uciiKiiuui aim instructive lalK to an thought Is new life. Selected. Miss Jennie Wells has returned home nnreeiatlv mulieno.. from Eubanks where slie has been vis-- , ... . nu Irresistible. ' ' "L ,,ow,,nK Ing her brother. Mr. Charlie Wells. family, of McWhorter, Ky.. have taken Never argue with the barber. He Misses Drunetta and Rena itawley, possession of their farm, recently .nur. can. In three minutes, think of more Ida Lear, Doxle, Wilson, Nannie Bent- - chixsed from MrjE. C. McWhorter and reasons wjiy you should have a maslev and wza ianKersley were guests of rare preparing to make extensive im sage than you can confute In a week. Oklahoma City Tlmea. MUs Anna Hawley last Sunday. provements about the premises. well-rotte25-3ono-bal- f granu-motner Florida - Cuba - New Orleans IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. LONG RETURN LIMIT. STOP OVERS. II. C KINC, TOR FULL INrOFlM ATIOH, APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AGENT OR WRITC Pnnenjcr and Ticket Agent, 101 En Main Street, it - Lexington, Ky. Ohio W. A. HECKLER, Central Pnjjenter Agent, Clncinnntl, Travel thsrcoatf;"St. Louis SpccUl" equipped with electric lighted cteel coaches, through drawing room sleeping cars to Jacksonville and new dining ca- - service to Ashcvillc, and from Ashevillc to Jacksonville. The trip via Ashcvillc h through "The Lnr.d the Sky",thc only scenic route to Florida. Very low s' fares and winter touristh' fares now it effect; with stopovers and other special features. home-seeker- The Southern Railway is the direct line to Asheville,Aiken,AuRusta,Char-lcston- , Columbia, Savannah, Summer-vill- c and other southern resorts. Oct full Information anil fires frnm the Local Southern Agent, or write to B. Il.Todil.Diitrict I'aiienjerAgent.LouUville.Kjr. ' STANDING GUARD OVER THE WHOLE FAMIIY isssssssssssssss well-rotte- The laxative tablet with the pleasant taste "r Yi Li B Protects ererr member of the Cbnstipation-th- family from e enemy of good health We have the exclusive lelliaf rifhta for thb great laxative Am,,,. "' Thm 3taJUL Mum R. E. McROBERTS & SON. The Central Record, Thursday Mch 2, 1916 SESSION CLOSES 2 to Is Page 3 BROWER'S BIlx GOLDEN ANNIVERSARY SALE IS NOW IN FULL SWING. AN EVENT OF GREAT IMPORTANCE TO HOME FURNISHERS. A year ago 1 determined to make thii. the Fiftieth Anniver-r- y of my father's active association with the Furniture and Carpet Business, the greatest value giving event thli atore has Months ago, when ever attempted an-- ! I laid plans accordingly. the markets for 1910 goods flrst opened, our buyers went into the great factory and wholesale renters and made their purchases for this sale. Almost without exception since that time the prices of the goods they contracted for then have ndva iced these adHut our vances In some cases being m great as thirty per cent. contracts were all made before these advances and the merchandise is now rendy for your Inspection at prices that are baaed on the actual cost of the goods to us AT TIME OF PURCHASE plus a very much smaller margin of profit than we regularly add. When I started with the intention of making this sale the greatest value giving event ever attempted by this store I had no fore knowledge that mnrket conditions later on would, as It were, conspire to help me but such Is now the case. I firmly believe that It will be impossible for prospective home furnishers to again buy reputable merchandise at as lov prices as we are now offering until long after the close of the great European War. and Manager. HARRY S. IIKOWEIt, C. F. HUOWEIt &. CO. A Personal Message. Quality in Furniture. we are emphasising the word QUALITY throughout the entire Sale, the aame that we have always done in the past. Purchasing Quality Furniture is the onlv way to be economical In Furniture buying. It pays thrice and four times over again In the extra wear and comfort It gives, besides the added You will notice that possessing Furniture you take pleasure In showing your guests and friends. Hear In mlnuVhen reading this circular and all our future advertising that the Ilrower Standard and the Hrower Policy of backing up every statement made either by their salesmen or in their advertising are behind every word and price quoted. We have built up this tremendous Home Furnishing business, which extends throughout the whole of Central and Eastern Kentucky on the foundation of PLEASED AND SATISFIED CUSTOM EI5S and it Is more of these we want. Come to this great Golden Anniversary Sale, compare quality and prices and you will be a PLEASED AND SATISFIED IIKOWEIt CUSTOM EK for Life. satisfaction vu derive in Hundreds of Remarkable Values in High-Grad- e Furniture, Carpets, Rugs, Wall Coverings, Draperies, Art Goods. We will Deliver Your Purchases Freight Prepaid. If it la not possible for you to come, you will find it is an easy matter to order by mail. C. F. Brower Incorporated. & Co. Wash Away Sores I). !. II.. the liuM wash, Ims Iwonn- - a hcmxrlmtd word. Tbcj know It Is reliable mtl they ran tleprntl on it, thry do not lirsltate tn recommend It to their neigh-torIt has proved ltsolf a remarkalto It la n rrtnedx for all form of Ilczemo. Fcrrairldo that Is harmless to tho most itcllratp iln. but still It la effect I re and ore a suttYrrr If Wiles In net Urn. from skin diseases, Ineludlng ulcers, pimples, scales, crust or Krsenia In any form, this rerneilT will not disappoint you. It has sIikhI the test and today Is tho master preparation for ell skin diseases. (Vine In today and alt attout our Guarantee on H. 1. D. Also about U. V. IX Boap, that the skla healthy. Main at Broadway. LEXINGTON, KY. Anderson last Tuesday, Mr. Criss Winkler, and son, Mr. Earnold were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Anderson. School will begin at this place March 6. Hurry children, that will only Rive you one week to And your books. wnofim m mmmm, S018HS cough, CE8BP, Make the Host Remedy at Home If everything w. sold in as liberal and a mariner t ; ilm bc'o." named drud-j;u- t are selling bihiffnunn's Now absolutely no Expectorant, lir c -- ip!aint or dissatisfaction erjhlpii il'', fnwlton anyone, i'hosc a luittlo of this remdrucS' edy ard -- y if for llron. Iillis, Whooping Couith, :vmo Coatfh, Croup or any llronc! 1 A ' otion, and vo will return yo'ir money, j'Uf the same as wo do with famous Asthmador, if it Schiflmar.a' docs n. . i,ivu satisfaction, or if not found tho best remedy ever used for any of Why not take adtliCM complaints," vantage of thli guarantee and try this medicine, and act your money back, rather than ImyinA another purely on the exaggerated claims of its manufacturer cron the strength of testimonials from others and run the chanco of getting something worthless and also wasting your money? fr.ir AND COLDS 128 Teaspoonsful for 50 cents. T the manr rjffmr of sUn dIaso cue In buying this remedy, besides securing an absolute guarantee of its efficiency from these druggists, you also get about eight times as much medicine as you BRYANTSVILLE would in buying most any of the ready-mad- e kinds, Ahich nver-ag- e teaspoonsful, because from 20 to 32 50c worth makes a whole pint (123 teaQuite a large crowd from here were spoonsful) when mixed at home with In Lancaster, Monday, pint simply one pint of sugar and one-hal- f of water. This remedy positively does Mrs. Joe Gosney has gone to Ford not contain chloroform, opium, morphine oraiiy other narcotic. It is pleasant to take for a visit to relatives. JTh For 15 Yearn and children aro fond of it. You will be Mr. Luther llagcr has gone to Kan the Staadard the o1o judge, and under this positive sas on a prospecting trip. assMssss iism i m,,m Skin Remedy guarantee absolutely no risk Is run in buying this remedy. Druggists everywhere R. E. McRoberts. Lancaster, Ky, Mm. Sallie li. Welsh is viiiting her aro authorized to sell it under tho same guarantee as Schiffmann's famous Asth- daughter, Mrs. Sam Lieatherage, at Richmond. mador of "Money Hack" if not perfectly Optimistic Thought. satisfactory. K. J. Schiffmann, Proprietor, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Williams and The happiness of tho body consists Saint Paul, Minn. Guaranteed hero by children spent the week end with rela- tn health. II 0. & J, K. Stormes, Lancaster, Ky. kl'i DTk JLr hours. T confess I have been guilty of worse things than that I have In Jail helped to put 43 Republican and to keep them until the election was over, and It It had been neces sary, t was ready to put 53 Republicans In Jail to help Governor Stanley.' Have Meyers defied tho Impeachmcnl Rules Committees Commltteo to show any corrupt mo tlvo In any Irregularity charged tt Charge of Rills Judgo Williams. He declared a Coun ty Judgo could not be perfect, and that the alleged Irregularities Imput General Assembly cd to Judgo Williams wcro mtstakci of tho head and not tho heart. Upon motion, Speaker Duffy Bp pointed a committee to present artlc'ti WILLIAMS IS OUSTED of impeachment to tho Senate. If tht Impeachment Is upheld, Judgo WII Hams will be removed from ofllco and the Scnato may bar him froic House Impeachment Proceedings Pass holding any ofllco of honor, trust oi ed Despite Fight of Meyers Ta profit, under tho Commonwealth. Ir Revenue Dill Is Presented. addition, Judge Williams will bo Habit to Indictment and punishment by thi Frankfort, Ky. (Special) Govern regular courts. or Stanley and his administration backers .will uso every effort to havt pay bill, Intro Tho passed, during the closing days of tht duced by Representative John T Murphy, of Covington, passed tht Legislature, those bills promised It House by a vote of 57 to 32. tho Democratic platform. Representative Greene protested And, It Is certain that these will b against having bills taken out of theli given preference with the Rules Com regular order and placed ahead of bti mltteo of both Houses In charge oi anti-screebill. The House supported Representative Murphy and tho bll' those to be voted upon. was reported and passed. Representative Murphy In his speert Tho nult Committee of the Sen ate hare taken charge and will con supporting the bill declared that 18, 000 or 20,000 laboring men are unltef trol all bills to bo considered by tht In favor of tho measure. Sonato until the close of tho session Tho motion of Representative Las which Is to bo Tuesday, March 14 ley to take the bill Iron determine, tht the orders of the day and put on IU This committee will passago was defeated 46 to 41. order In nhlch the measures aro to b( taken up and considered. Lleutenanl Tho bill of Representative Perrj Governor James D. Dlack Is tho ex of Louisville, prescribing tho mannet ofllclo Chairman and tho members wht of electing Commissioners In Jcffer were appointed by him aro Senator! son County to constitute the Flsca W W. Dooles, Thomas A. Combs, Joht Court, passed the Houso unanimously F. Ford, W. A. Frost. Sclden It. Glenn Tho Houso resolution, directing thi II. J. Orerstrcet, Samuel L. Kobertsot Auditor to refund to saloon keepen and O. G. Spcer. They aro all Demo who were forced out of business bj crats and tho majority of them an dry legislation their portion of thi friendly to the administration In al unearned license paid tho state, passet the Senate 30 to 0. Tho resolutlot things. was called from the orders of tht During the last ten days of the scs day by Senator Booles of Spencei slon. tho Itulco Committee of tht County. House will hare charge of all bllli to be considered by the House. Thli Petitions are being received bj committee Is composed of Speaker 11 Solons from various counties over tht C. Duffy, and Representatives Glove! urging the passago of the bll H. Cary. R. T. Crowe. W. E. Dowllng Stato appropriating (20,000 a year for foul Odle Duncan. William Duffy, Frank C years to the Kentucky Illiteracy Com Greene, R. n. Hutchcraft, Jr.. C. W Mathers, Harry J. Meyers, S. M mission. XV. O'Drlcn, George L. rickett, A Providing for clerks and stenograp Price and Joseph D. Pumphrey. Thli the Department of Education commltteo also counts a goodly ma hers forpassed the House of Repre Jorlty friendly to the administration a bill sentatlves by a vote of 72 to 6. The Court of Appeals recently de Dills that have passed both Housci elded Superintendent of Public In follow: strnctlon V. O. Gilbert did not havt Senate Bill No. 17, the Strlcklett authority to employ any of the clerki anti-pas- s Pickett law.whlch was ap and stenographers In his office, ant proved by the Governor February 10 State Auditor Greene refused to Issui Senate Bill 103, the Knight bill t warrants for the salaries of those wht provide for the employment of Statt had been employed by Gilbert inspector and Examiner Nat B. Sew A grand total of $11,050 a year li ell's office force. provided for the employing of te: House Bill 22, the Hobbs bill to per assistants which Includes five clerki mil .cities of the second class to ac and five stenographers. quire and maintain law libraries. House Bill No. 2, the Vance corrup practices act Representative Minor of Boyle Coun House Bill No. 49, the Ryan act ty, succeeded In having passed hit creating the office of matron of the Joint resolution requesting Kentucky' Louisville police court representatives In Congress to voti Senator Rogers' bill No. Ill amend against a proposed amendment to tht Ing the adoption of school textbooki Federal reserve act undertaking tt law. extend the authority of national banki Houso Bill No. 75 by Rcpresenta so they may establish and operatt tire Asa B. Pleratt, changing tho timet branch Institutions. Ho explained for holding circuit court In tho Twenty euch an amendment Is unfair to stati flrst judicial district. banks. The resolution was adoptee by a vlve voce vote. Representatives of the farmers an Insisting upon the enacting of a pun The Senate passed the bill of Sen seed law, while Louisville seedmet appear to bo opposing It with equa ator Robertson of Louisville, to per mlt children to appear tt vigor. stage performances by a vote of 26 tc Tho first general measure looklni 1. to reform Kentucky's revenue lawi "Well, that's why I failed to get re was Introduced In the House by Repro scntatlvo Hutchcraft of Paris, has tin sponscs to so many of my letters,' exclaimed a lad who had been defeated support of the administration, it provides that all taxpayers rr.us for a pageship upon reading In news wear to property lists boforo thi papers a statement attributed to Rep Assessor or one of his deputies, i resentatlve John T. Murphy, of Lud penalty Is Imposed on tho Asaessoi low, to the effect that he had "found men In the lower bouse at Frankfort who accepts a list not sworn to. Tho measuro provldos for tho ex who cannot read or write." nmlnatlon of candidates for tho offici of Assessor by two or more member) The Senate passed the Knight of tho Stato Board of Equallzatlot and Assessment and unless tho can Meyers workmen's compensation bll 31 to 2. Senators Sanders ant dlilate passes such an examlnatlor his name cannot go on tho ballot foi Spcer cast tho dissenting votes. ON MARCH 14TH Engraved Visiting Card THE proper thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making calls. Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or mote. CENTRAL RECORD A Neatly Refore ... Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville, Ky. North-boun- No. 10 No. 4 Cincinnati Express, 4:30 a.m daily Spe 6:03 cial, daily No. 28 Blue Grass Special, daily except Sun...6:08 No. 14 Carolina Special, 7:00 daily No. C Local Express, daily 1 :35 No. Limited, 5:20 daily No. 12 Royal Palm, daily.. 5:37 South-boun- a.m. a.m. a.m p.m. p.m. p.m. No. 5 L oca 1 Express, ... No. 11 No. 1 No. 13 No. No. 3 9 11:05 n.m. Royal Palm, dally..ll:20 a.m. New Orleans Lim11:35 n.m. ited, daily daily Carolina daily Special, 10:15 p.m. Spe- ... 11:35 p.m. cial, daily F lorida Spe- 11:52 p.m. cial, daily No. 27 Blue Grass Special, daily except Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. For rates, routes and information call upon or address M. J. Coughlin, agent; 'phone 346. LmiIj Cmt Dart. Richmond, Paris, 1st Monday. Frankfort, 1st Monday. i Harrodsburg, lbt Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Shelbyville, 2nd. Monday. 1st MonSay. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monde;-- . Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. .Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday' Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. ... ... Personal Stationery Should be 'Engraved Embossed nowadays. ot It reflects good taste and ,at once creates a favorable impression. election. Tho County Board of Supsrvlsor will meet after tho Assessor's wcr! nnil certify to tho State Board. Tht given great, County Board aro powers to Investigate the ownershl, of property. Tho expense In connection with tt-- i Stato Board Is Increased from $C.C(H to S15.0OO under this bill. Tho back era of the bill aro confident that thi added revenue, will justify this In creaso In administrative expenses. E. Williams, the Rcpubllcat County Judge of McCreary County Impeached by the House of 1)11 was crimes and misdemeanors, by a voti of 48 to 45. Democratic floor leader, Harr Meyers of Covington, mado a tnos' gallant fight In his endeavor to savi Judgo Williams from Impeachment He protested vigorously and pleadct for a square deal. He Insisted tua the Democratic party In Kentucky u "too big, too great, too generous ti play that kind of politics." "The worst thing he has beet charged with," said Meyers, "Is tha tg put six Democrats In jail for si) tives at llurgin. 11 E Miss Mary Ellen Farlee is at home Worth While Quotation. Mako it your habit not to bo critical from n two weeks visit with relatives about small things. Selected. in Jessamine. Mr. and Mrs. ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at Lancaster, Hannah Sweeney. John Crutchfleld, of have been visiting Mrs. Congressman's Life. A congressman'!) American. lifo Is wedding gift after another. Just one Now York The Turizan' for a nice Lunch, also Everything in',Soft Drinks 1 Mr. Noah Marsee, Jr, and Dr. II. II. Montgomery were In Louisville Wed nesday to attend the Republican Con DC DE3Q MANSE. vention. Mr. and Mrs. EverettlParks. and Mrs. Hendren of Danville, were make a fuss. guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Mack Hendren. Greedy for Notice. Ersry time a man raises a mustache and every time be cuts It off andlMr be expecta people to notice him and J. ... A call for a Progressive State Con ventlon, to be held in Loulsvilli April 29, has been Issued by the Statt Executive Committee. District masi meetings were called for April 22 tc bo held In the following cities, eact representing a district In the ordet they are named: Princeton, I lender-eonBowling Green, Ellzabethtown Louisville, Covington, Lexington, Lancaster, Maysvllle, Plkevllle and Lou ... Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. TMU Central Record. , don. HYATTSVILLE. Mr. Illatt ha returned home. Mrs. lien Ham Is much improved, According to a modern writer, every Mrs. 0. C. Rose and son, James Lear, came home Monday after spending wife needs her share of diversion. And three weeks with her parents, Mr. and a few wires seem determined to get all of it. Cleveland Plain Dealer. Mrs. Wm. Lear, near Lancaster. Dally Thought. The golden momenta In the stream of life rush past us, and wo see nothing but sand; the angels come to visit us, and wo only know them when they aro gone. Goorgo Eliot No Passing Whim. "Art," says Frank Alvah Parsons, "la not decided by a passing whim or atyle; It Is based on laws that have been understood since the beginning of artistic expression. Its principles may be applied to Interior decoration Just as well aa to painting, sculpture or any other form of artistic Selfish. We are afraid the cold weather has Mesdames Frank Campbell and Rob Interfered with the busy farmers. ert King of Louisville, and Mrs. Carrie Mr. Henry Creech and daughter, Miss Grinstead of Somerset, were recent Mr. Itoy Creech spent a few days at Allie, were visitors iu llyattsville Mon- guests of their lister, Mrs. J. C Nina last week. day, Miss Viola Creech is the guestof Miss nek ley was Mr. Ezza Fletcher, of Sallle Anderson of I'aint Lick. guest of Mr. Robert the weeK-enMrs. E. G. Creech and children were Anderson. Creech and Sallle Misses Viola the guest of her parents last, week. Anderson spent Friday with Mr. and pupils who were out tf school The Mrs. Hugh Conn. the 22nd seemed to enjoy the day very Miss Viola Creech of llyattsville wai much. guest of her cousin, Miss In sealed sanitary cans. Finest for table use the week-enMr. Cameron Prewltt, Missea Viola andbakiug. Ask your grocer for It. Beud Sallle M. Anderson. (km tul card for booklet of I'riro Recipes to Criclllii spent Sunday Creech and Ada Miia Mattle Mvll and Mrs. J. H. P. DUFF A SONS aftirnoon with Miista Permelia and 830 Doquesne Way, FitUborgb, Pa. Ralston were the guest of Mrs. W. P. Etta Robinson. 11 d In Investigating tho accounts ol Various county officers on file at the Btate House, assistants In the Attor office have uncovered t new form of graft. It Is simple. A Is employed by the sheriff at fJ man a day to go after a prisoner. He It gone ten days. That would Indicate that his pay would be 130. But In 8 bill sent In to the state for .payment ' the pay asked for was figured like this: Ten days of 24 hours mako 24C hours; a working day Is eight hours; 240 hours divided by eight houri makes 30 days; at S3 a day It would be S90. Sheriff's profit SCO. ... L.&N Triia Schedule At Lucaster, Kj. ARRIVE. To Maysvllle, connecting at Klchmon with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Howland, L & N to all pointa South, No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvne & Deattyvtlle, Lexington The Central Record $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Lancaster, Kentucky. Middlesboro & Kooxville. No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:00 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Ellzabethtown & Bowling & Cincinnati, Green, and at Rardsbiwn Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with (Mt train to Bristol & Atlanta. Page 4 TheCentral Record INCORPORATED. 88UKD The Centra! Record, Thursday Men 2, 1916. PLOTTING AGAINST THE " WORTHY COLORED MAN DEAD. HEALTH IS BASIS OF ALL CONTENT Weekly. $1.00 a year. I PRESIDENT Uncle Joe Johnson, one of our most Tie Hall Sick Mm or Woman Is A StranThe President has need of nil hit firm. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. ness, and his power, all his great worthy colored cltitens, died Sundny of ger To Happiness. R.L ELKIN. Local Editor and Mtfr. authority, to circumvent the men who a complication of deseases and was are plotting against him in and out of buried Tuesday. years he had been a ioihm ii ib raw iimec in uom.ih, kt. CongresssaystheNewYorkTimes.lt For thirty-fiv- e Contentment is tht very e.sence of (!) .8econrt ci.MM.il M.iicr is with no friendly intent that bills are deacon of the colored Baptist church happiness. But, to be contented, or Member Kentucky Press Association drawn and plans hatched to palsy the and his familiar face will be missed as happy, if you will, one must first have (!) good health. arm wun wmcn ne directs tne country s ne nan so long necn tuentinea wun adG9 years of age. He leaves po'icy. The conspirators are caster, being Our supreme toast to the one we Eighth District Publishers League. mire is "llealtl), wealth nnd happinot so much enemies of his policies a eight children among them Will II The influence of the im- - son, the janitor of theChristian church. ness", and the keystone Is health. Lancaster, Ky., March 2, 1916 placable nrd vindictive ilrvan is at So many persons complain of being (!) (!) wnrlf. th. rvilinn nf thf flptpstnliht tier nervous and run down. This is the age ROAD SUPERRotes For Political Announcements , propnifanda Is making itself felt. of speed, we haven't time to care for (!) For Precinct and Citv Olfi.-e- s ourselves. These run down men and ...$ 6.00 and the effort is lsibly directed to the! por County Offices VISOR APPOINTED. women are not exactly sick, dui jusi , .. . 10.00 fomenting of strifes within the partj I!) cr State and District Offices... 1 16.00 in power that will tie the Admlnistra-- I Judge C. A. Arnold has appointed tiled out, languid or maybe good. for- - j J A thorough cxninirintioii of your rjes by n spcclnlist of seven.10 tion haml and foot, defeat the national Mr. W. A. Doty, of this citv, to be nothing most or the time. Their busiror Calls, per line teen yenrf experience. 10 will and make the Government voice-- : Koad Supervisor For Cards, per line . A proper correction by tflius es of nny Optical tlcfcct or eye of Garrard County to ness, their home and their life suffer. I!) legs and powerless at a critical and per-e- succeed Mr. J, A. Bogie, whose For all publications in the inter- They need something to build them resig sirnin. Hu moment. of individuals or expres- up, something to throw off these sympiiml glnsses llttcil for one reasonable To linve your eyes tested nation was mentioned several weeki these reckless men would betray ago. .Mr. Doty has. passed a slon of individual views. per rhnn!e satisfac toms of a weakened, debilitated con,10 their partv. ttie President who is their tory examination line dition produced by either mental or before the state and .05 leader and their party's, they would Alumico Frames, 1st Quality Lenses Obituaries, per line. physical overwork or by the abuse of n supervisors, and has assumed charge betray the country into danger and of his duties. This is one of the most vital organ more often the stomach American Optical 10 Years Gold Filled. There could be no more important positions We are authorized to announce Miss dishonor. in the county and than any other. and Large Eye. 1st Quality Lenses abject surrender of principle and po one in which every Tht sometning has been found. It Jennie Hlggins a candidate for County citizen of the coun sition than that Involved in the pro- ty and up. is Tanlac. A tonic of rare properties, "Shuron," "FIts-U- " and "Hold Fast" Eye Glasses School Superintendent feels a deep interest. of Garrard posed meaurea to forbid the embarkan appetizer and general invigorant C) County, subject to the action of the Extra charges for "Kryptok," "Torlc" and "Compound" Lenses. meration of American passengers on that rids the system of congestion, Democratic primary August 1917. chantmen armed for defence. In law NO FAULT FOUND WITH tones up the stomach, overcoming in(!) and by our own express declarations digestion, hecdichrs, backaches, The recent advertising scheme put and our I,rBCtce such 8hipa are shIps "BIRTH OF A NATION' of food, nervousness, dizof the town in . Ull U) IMC f ..... h.v. ! ziness, ailments of kidneys and liver, which they gave away many valuable Mr. John E. Stormes was in Lcni sisted with all emphasis and iteration AT THE KENGAKLAN HOTEL PARLOR, LANCASTER, KY. and the romplaints thet are so common prizes and arouied a great deal of inthat our citizens have the right to ville the past week to attend the big to the half sick, debilitated men and (!) of their customers terest on the part sail the seas aboard ships of peace, automobile show and also to see th women of today. and the people generally has passed a and we have declared our purpose tn "Ilirtl. Ot A Nation" and to see if Its effect is like lifting your spirits Lrt sufficient time to p'rmit all ot the .? " protect them in its exercise. All the there was anything objectional in it citement to pass away we think. ui" prevent it being shown here. Mr, gently back to the level of the world's contentions of the Lusitania correbefore these matters are out of mind spondence go by the board the instant Stormes says he sees nothingobjectiona happiness that rests on health. Tanlac may be obtaired in Bryants' we deem it of sufficient importance to we proclaim that policy either as a in the film. The veterans of the Con ville at Becker & Ballard; Crab Orch call the public attention to these method BOURBON HOG CHOLERA REMEDY prohibition or in the form of a warn- federate Home who visited the show i ard, Lyon Brown; Danville, John S. POEMS THAT LIVE. The Federal law ing to intending passengers of advertisement I'ffvrnt nj Cuff It would a body as u guest of the manger later Wells. Paint Lick, J. N. Metcalf; Stan prevents any description of the plan of CHOLERA, WORMS. COUGH, THUMPS. be the most direct possible invitation extended their thanks and congratulat iUIi d if it ion and Ii tl3tref i!'ra ford, Penny's Drug Store, and It. E. utrm. fffuUtM the advertisement or the publication of any t m an4 mir iM hot to to Germany to renew her barbarous ed him on the wonderful production tu w,A nrttr Mt'n n'iKkljf. (outit onlythr frtdmonth drink each hoc Mcltooerts, Lancaster, where its prop for le. a CONCORD HYMN. news notes relative to these drawings to hog have cboter. work of assassination by submarine thi tton'f wii until tt tuk nectn ctvifte voitr At All cheerfully are explained to all erties go through U. S mail. Not only is this Druccutt, oow od Wfp them itrt from wormi and ditft. (It. W. Kmerson.) and a guarantee on cur part to inter- KAUFFMAN MAKING Br. callers. publication of the drawing scheme BOl'IBON II CUE I) Y COMTAMY. in pose no protest. violation of the Federal Postal law but (SunR at the completion of the battle We may deplore the mistake of See- Sold in Lancaster, Ky., by J. R. Mount, Son & Co. as we interpret me state laws it GOOD AT FRANKFORT, PUBLIC SCHOOLS OPEN MARCH 6th. monument, April 19, IS3tJ ) retary Lansing's note respecting the classified a lottery and all perso s con- - disarmament of merchantmen. It wat Ily the rude LridKe that arched the The Administration won a signal Miss Jennie Higgins, county school n?cted with it are subject to some kind and most victory at Frankfort in the passage by flood. :mstake. because Superintendent, asks us to announce of penalty. We do not observe that unfortunately phrased, but it would be Their flan to April's breeze unfurled. the House of the Hutchcraft substitut that the Public schools all over the cour anybody has been benefited by this a poor correction of it to give for the Greene Bill. The tv, both white and colored, will open Here once the embattled farmers stood. contest as latelv conducted by the ardy aent t0 the lawless And fired the shot heard round tne substitute had the uriversal Bpprova March the sixth. She also wants a our town, but we think' it m(nt of r world. intended murders, of Governor Stanley and the Attorney meeting of alt the teachers and the has a tendency to cultivate the spirit which was jnstantly forthcoming from General and as it now stands th county trustees and others who are The foe long since in silence slept; of gambling, and results in harm. The the Teutonic Powers, quick to take Governor says he can and will close the interested, to t In her office in Lan Alike the conqueror silent vlerpi; same rule applies to various other forms advantage of an unguarded expression, Sunday Saloons. Our own representa caster next baturday. for the purpoe And Time the rvined bridge has swept . of hazard and chance that are being n, indeed, be the path of tive, Hon. II. Clay Kauffman voted as Down the dark stream which seawtrd of organizing a Canning Club. These conducted on a small scale in the if the pacifists, the Hrvanites, we think he should, for this substitute clubs are becoming popular all over the creeps. munity. Mrny, if not alt, of these and the hyphenates in Congress and out for by so doing he is convinced tha country and everv citizen in the county R. E. Hiifc. of Louisville, has plsc.il in our hands for sale, his farm of games of change are made an offense wno are tr.jnK to bedevil our foreign On this ureen bank, by this t stream ; the bill when it becomes a law will should be deeply interested in the ITS We set today a votive stene; under our lottery statutes, which are relations really want wer, thev are eventually close every im. oc Bile (nm IV Lancaster Court House mi the Inixington pike. saloon in the launching of one here. raiW on tse Letington pike ami one mile on the Sugar Creek perhaps the broadest of any upon the Eoinf, at their work in the right way. That memory may their ded redeem. Fronts state that are now open on Sunday, part ot lis We ga farm of the lleuzley Ilrothers, recent When like our sires, our sons are pike. Statutes Books, of our State. It might jjhe success of their plot would lead owners of MeGralktaaa Farm m F.)rtle county nnd now ownera of Shensi-dea- h be well for those who are contemplat- - straight to provocations thu would stir Kone, THE BYRNE OPTI Farm, sear Leanctaa. ing the continuation of these schemes the country to demand satisfaction and KENTUCKY Spirits that ma le those here dare RED to make an examination of the lew. To die, and leave their children free. in a tone tnat woud down their pipings Tiu fiiii Tim li As Rich As Double Crum. CAL SERVICE Hid Time and Nature Ctntly spare ot disloyalty. Then it might be too BERKSHIRE OFFICERS It has n improved ht tfc preat oner ami made richer yearly with The most Important measure for the ,ate Offers you the latest styles in Spec The shaft we raise to them and tne. Tne preSident has in view a fcsave Ibrreon. for a family residence, but a deth ida in view of ..,, , democratic Administration during Held Important Meeting Here Last Monday. tacles and Eyeglasses, at the lowest cision just made not to leas tb awtropxlitan dftnet and nil excellent opporentire Legislature was the passing of ! invite. In hampering him they would possible price. Will be ct Lancaster. OMssry novr 11 the farm In Ids home city or in Chitunity otferrd to in-the substitute for the Green Bill. Ac- - become tesponsible for the consequences President W. B. Turley, of the Ken Ky., March G to 18th. It. cago to a much better fcsWaataspr hs trfcangrsl his plana, hence thu advertisecording to the opinion of Attorney Gen-- j prcsident Wil90n.has the support of th tucky Hed Berkshire Association called ment. eraiix)gan mis law win enaDie in. countrv jn his endeavor, the conspirers an important meeting here last Monday Administration to enforce the Sunday nKain9t him will be undeservedly lucky and a several hour session was held in MY ROSARY! MY ROSARY! More Than Thirty Dollars ftt Xat !a isrrtrtircnls Tut On la Past Two Years. closing law and had the endorsement! The new pupil in music this week f they retain the support of their own the offices of the Garrard Bank and Thy socks I darn tor thee, dear heart. ,, of all the State Officials, itepresenta-j,,;:..,110 acres in graM. , Trust Company. the Fall elections. are I.inda Whittaker and Annie I'ouell Means quite a pile of work for me; i'o acres in frvWi r!tia!ioa following, meadow. tive Frank Green has been a presistent' The most important business before. I count them over, every one apart, thus making the enrollment now 3i FiHir-roenemy of the democratic Administra-- I tenant hossw. with lore smeke Iintisp. large chicken houtr, the body was to take up the matter o ppj PfTITlTP QVPl Thy hosiery! Thy hosiery! The spelling match between the cistern ami fencesl-ijLLLwlllU OLLU PARK LUlUl. tion during this term of the Legislature j yard sl gartivo. showing this famous breed of swine a pupils of Miss Elmore's room and those and has sought every opportunity to contrete sflo. Farmers are now figuring on seed tne umalia Exposition an invitation Each sock a mate, two mates a pair. To clothe thy feet in storm and cold; of Miss Tinder's resulted in a victory embarrass his party. The crushing blow 'corn for the coming crop, and the Ham that will host! 1? kih of tobacco. having been extended them by the Ex for the former. New corn eiib, he received last Saturday was sent time affords a better opportunity position s secretary. Liberal prizes to I come unto the very end und find g what could have been expected tc one. than to wait until April to make the amount of $1000, has been offered Ive skipped a hole. by underground pi circular rorer'te poo, from Christine I'ollitt, Nettie Farmer. Ida elected as a party man and without re- -' the selection. sprinjr. corn is for the special breed of hogs and trans O carelessness, this thy reproof I Iturniide. Virginia IVarl Walker and gard to the future of his organization considered by the farmers as the best portation charges tn the amount of ICighls by dH to watr f rw big spring oh mljninlng farm. Annie Fry Kins each rendered piano See how it looms across my soul! recklessly does anything in his Riwer and safest, as corn purchased from $500 will be paid by the Fair promoters. I grind my Virtually eleorl of stamp daring pre-emwmridiip. and then in very truth solos on Friday morninfr at the chapel Ne crs (rntmt rtivi is farm Intu fwir convenient fields. to destroy it. Hon. Clay Kauffman has j other autes often proves to be faulty The breeders of this popular breed of hour. Cell liaton recited the I darn that hole. stood square with the Administration and fa'ls to germinate. Garrard county swine are enthusiastic over the Omaha Has ha recent Ions-f- it of more than n load of artificial fertilizer ami Minuet" at the same hour. Sweetheart, I darn that hole! and has been one of the leaders of his has just as good corn as other states, show and a number of them are pregrazing cattle, as well as manure spread from fattening cattlo fed in barn past The meeting of the teachers Kridav party during the entire term. He has and if corn is bought abroad, the Is months. paring to make this show, which will evening with JIi.s t'arke was Imiti very warmly congratulated by his mer is liabl" to sutrer by being THE HOME PAPER. be a great advertisement, beside re am) profitable. Best Available Farm Close To bncasttr Matket. pleasant The subjtct at home for the manner in pelled to make u heavy replant and suiting in many sates, to say nothing David It. Franci, of of the evening "Attention" was Very which he has conducted himself and thereby retard the growth of his crop, of the liberal premiums offered. New road construction, under State supervision, of l,exingtnii pike gies .Missouri, appointed lr. S. .Minister to enthusiastically dUcuxed by ullpre-sen- t the loyal support he has given the Of course, all corn should be tested be- frontage. Russia this week, once said the follow- - fter which a delightful soeiul hour was the farm boulevard Administration. He has voted with fore planting. ing of news paers: 'Each jear the enjoyed. Offered As A Whole For $26,7C0. or Divided. CHAS.. BALDWIN INSTALLS the Administration on all party measlocal paper give from JiVX) to $1,000 in A contest in spelling of considerable MONTICELLO MULES ures, just what the democrats of Gar63 acres in frwt. now in fresh cultivation, following meadow, with spring free lines to the community in which it interest to both sides wn th.it between BELL IN WATER TOWER. rard county expected him to do, and Sell High At Public Auction. is located. Xo other agency can or the iupils of thu 7th ami 8th gradus on and concrete pool, fronting on Ixith Lexington ami Sugar Creek pikeu. One of he has not disappointed them in the the tint' a t aite-- t in Central Kentucky fur a liomu. Jld.bOO. Mr. Charles Baldwin has just return will do this, The editor, in proportion the one side and thoie of thu '.'Hi least. Mr. Ii. G. Fox sold thirty. two head ed from Lancaster, where tie completed liS acres in three fWlds, 110 cr graf und l!i acres in frefch cultivation to his means, does mre for his town grade on the other" When lh gong of two year old mules at public auction the placing of the fire bell in the water mile mi Sugar Creek pik; than any ten men, and in fhirr.en he for dismissal sounded many pupil uit following meadow, having a fnmtage of An examination of the Bank Deposits last Monday at Monticello at an average tower. Our readers can have some tenant hous and outbuiklings, bum, corn crib, ilo and pond inrludid in this ought to be supported not became you Colli sides were still standing. of our County as published show that of fliU a head. Mr. Fox tells us- - this idea of what a difficult task this was acretge, fJT.OOO, like him or admire hn writing, but be our people have no mora money in bank is one of the beat sales he has conduct- when we tell them the bell weighed HONOtt ItOIX. Or, will divide front XI acres Into two trcts: 25 acres at corner cause the local paper is the best invest' ed for some time and the bidding was 1,600 pounds and was placed than heretofore. The loans and disabout S5 mcnt the community can make. It ard. II. -- Mildred Healley, Homer of Lexi igton ami Sugar Cnek pikes (nearer Lancaster) containing spring counts of the Banks are as much as brink until the last mule was sold. The feet above the ground. Charlie Bald may not be brilliantly edited or crowd Carrier, Edith Aluore, Adelu Walk.r and concrete pool, for tJ.oO; 'Ai acres fronting Lexington pike, transfeiring have been in the past. Yet the public satisfactory rale ot mules that was win is equal to any emergency and is ed with thought, but financially it is of 'Jnd A. Sue llrutton, Slu ley Iteiioii, deeded riulHd to spring just over fence on adjoining farm Wrst, for fi."IXI. records show an increased mortgage conducted here last .Monday indicates called to almost every county in Cen LIHKKAL TKItllS: Iteasonable rash payment and bankable notes. inestimable benefit to the community, l'otf, Cecil Sandnrs, Clay tun indebtedness in the County to foreign that a mule and horse sale held in Lan- tral Kentucky to move or raze both On all Phone, write or call In person for further facts. moral questions you will find W'ulker. loan and insurance companies of more caster eveiy court day would be a good large and small buildings. - Danville most of the papers on the right side, HUGHES & SWINEHKOAt). The MacDowell Mu.ic Club. on uf t ian $1'J3,C'00.00. The conclufion of a thing for the promoters as well as the Messenger. Today the editors of the local papersdo Ileal Estate Agents. thu recent organizations among the sellers. Over one hundred mules c uua! observer in considering the facts, most for the least money of any tiie Lincaster, Kentucky. I'iano pupils if Miss Webb's clas, hd is that the people of our County are liv- changed haniis hre last Monday and if people on the earth." ing beyond their means. This doubt- advertised properly, buyers would come LANCASTER HIGH SCHOOL, its usual weekly meelingTuesdaj wfter. nuun rruruan less does not apply to any particular from all over the tato and Lancaster .iiu. in urn kiiiwi auditorium, when a most luterustn class but to a great body ot our citizens. would have one f the best mulj marCOLORED. WINS TO program was given. It might be attributable to some incid- kets in the stut. What say you, Over Fee Memorial Institute. ental cau-i-- s other than extravagance. brother mule dealers? iih Answer to roll call wh given Incorporated. There can be nothing more unfortunate current events in music Thu tuujrct The contest between Fee Memorial ' a community like ours than its (wo-fur REPUBLICAN CONVENTION. for the ufternoon whs the opeia ami Its Institute and Lancaster High School to full into the habit of living too $10,000 Horatio t HMPPC flV All llPPOCinilC county Republican conven was decided Friday evening at the col Of any other County In Kentucky or co in nosers. w w if V I WWUUUIVIIVI fast. Those leaders of business who The Garrard 11 prize opera. "Moua", was given in I tion held hero Saturday was well attend' ored Baptist Church, and proved to be any other Stute. onlroi thu general affairs should look ed and harmonious throughout the entire by I'earl Dickerou, ufter. Phones 339-story form 13 To Everybody, Everywhere. very interesting. Both sides were well or ai. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention. carefully into this tituation and have, u which Anna Uritton Moss gave an In meeting. A number of progressives represented. The debate, Itesolved: To Anybody, Anywhere. halt called if our indebtedness is acteresting biography ot the compiler, were present, but seemed to take little That the United States Policy of Pre Do you want to sell your farm? cumulating more rapidly than in thu I'arker. Chailotlu I'.illilt gave part in the business of the meeting, al- paredness is an Incintive to War", was See us. pist. This cannot be done by a few of though one Progressive, Mr. G. M. Patllghttul review of ruccini a Do you want to trsde your farm? won by tho Lancaster speakers. Elbert business leaders but can be by comthe opera. "The Girl of tho (,olJen West", was named us a delegate. See us. Coleman and Dewey Tracy of Camp bined effort of tho.--e who are in control terson which deals Willi an American subjrcti Hon. J. S. Haselden wus made per- Nelson represented the affirmative, Do you want to buy u iarniT in all parts of the County. and is based on an American drums, manent chairman of the meeting and Willie Doty and Mamie Jones of LanSeo us. 3E John Gill Kinnaird secretary. The con- caster represented the negative. The Do you want to sell your stock of although written by an Italian rumpos. er; this was followed by the life of the vention endorsed J. I.. Butler.of Boyle, inging was interesting. Pearl Warren merchandise! Batson West's New und I.udlow fitly, or bhelby, from this of Lancaster winning the Solo contest See us. composer, l'uccinl, by Lillian Kstes. writDo you want to trade your farm for Charlie Elmore reviewed articles t0 tntt nallonol convention, but ovr Georgia Carpenter of Camp Nel-- c Store Opens for bUSlneSS. d'8'"1 were uninstructed as to the delegates at son. The Duet contest was won by a larger farm, do you want to trade ten by u German musical critic in which . .. .. If so call at large. Ihe following delegates were Mamie and Odessa Jones of this city, your farm for a smaller farm, do you he gives tho Germans opinion of Amer num.Muj, iTiQtv.ii named to attend the district convention Camp Nelson won the Essay Oration want to trade your farm for a stock of ican music and especially of the Opera at Stanford and the state convention at Bnd Declamation. The audience enjoy. merchandise or the merchandise for a form. These interesting numbers weie nATFV ILi)lilVLI. Utllhd RP'JPRlPn Louisville; L. L. Walker, G. M. Lyons, ed the exercises. The judges were farm, In fact do you want to get a deal interspersed with I'iano selections which The auxiliary of the lofal C. W. B. M. Noah Marsee. Jr., S, A. Hammon, II. Mrs. Mary Leavell ot this city, Prof, were well rendered by the following f any kind started? have reserved Frid.y and Saturday V. Bastin. J. S. Haselden. W. T. West. E. Coleman of Stanford and Prof. J. Don't delay, get u move on you, let members, Margaret Cook, who plaed before Easter and at which time they G, M. Patterson, Dr. B. B. Montgomery. It. Elliott of Somerset. Considerable us do the hustling and make you money. the "sextett" frm thu opera "I.ucia" for a nice Lunch, also Everything In'.Soft Drinks will offer to the public, everything In J. G. Kinnaird, W. II. Hirris, Walter Interest was manifested and will serve and Mary May Walker, "To a Wild Hughes & Swtnebroad, the culinary line beside much fancy Casey, W. G, Itatnei, l)r, W. L. Car- - as an encouragement to other boys and Men, Hose" by Edward MacDowell for whom The Ileal Estatt JE 3E work and other things. DG3G1 Lancaster, Ky. the club is named. man, J. E. Hammon and John Tatum. girls. i i 3 Vv V 1,1 . THR I I I I I S- SCIENTIFIC rJERVICE. i I . st MEANS i 1 ,.,, ,.. I I I $2.50 $3.00 I I 1 $4.50 $5.00 $4.50 J. J. BYRNE, Optical Specialist ! iVIARCH 6th to I8th. s tol. mrdK-in- LU4. cow-pri- Anti-Scree- n announce-merchants- fur-he- mi-e- wo-M- One Of Central Kentucky s Best Values In Farms Offered For Sale. F.rriy sf ! I b-- the,uu ikaj,n.riku,M errte st SCHOOL NOTES. n n pre-th- at Home-grow- n fl never-failin- 1 r far-bee- n three-fourt- h j N-l- lie THE CITIZENS Jacob SchuizCompany binp llNt w w OF GARRARD. i I ;utWm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. llT he E1E 6 ARE YOU HUNGRY? mi. "7 h.c J ,js The Central Record, Thursday Mch 2, 1916 5 WHIHHIMIIIIIIIIIII f n Page 5 v Plows TOBftGGO BECKER PHONE 27. -, Mr. Urn t'uihln, of Danville was II ISON recent visitor to Lancaster. YOU'LI, FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN GOOD LUCK IN DISGUISE Mrs. Fletcher Ison dird at her home Mr. J. S. Bowman teturncd Tuesday lluena Vlstn, about C;30 Tuesday at to his home in Lewis county. evening, nfier an illness of several Miss Docla Metcalfnf Pnlnl Lick Is weeks due to a recent fall In which she Mr, G. A. Swinebroad wants to buy By CATHARINE CR AN here visiting Mrs. Chester Lewis. sustained n fractured hip. the shock o0 barrels of torn delivered In Lancas Coming nJ A flrld Mtnilon c( lh latent Ilrlght's difease. ter. The ladies of tho Ilaptist Aid Society developing Goinjj byThotc Wi Ar Interrilfd In. Tho military ball at tho governor's realized $30 at their Court Day dinner, She was about CI years old, and leaves Wanted-- To Only Ociuilnc Repairs. hire, middle aged farm Lnp I'' lit t. nt cost. Uniting Stoves nt coM husband and severnl grown children, ' mansion was at Its height. As a waltz Miss Polly Iteynotds la at home with one in Mrs. William Jennings of John Warren and Anno Madl-coJust received a new line of Harness, Brllchh ft CollarsL "Teddy"Aidtidgnr Stanford was a a pleasant stay with friends in after Mm. John Davis of Harlanthis city, and endedwent from tho ballroom down to hand with stock or two boyswork.family to help Crab and farm being her ana unit a Orchard. lock box 199 Cnnnersvllle. Ind. John Deere Mowers, Binders, nar- visitor hero Monday. daughters; she also leaves n sister, Mrs tho library in responao to John's plea rows, Plows and Watfons. She was re- for a few moments nlono with his Mm. John Shackelford nnil children The Chautauqua Circle met at th Armstrong of Louisville. Black alfalfa Mississippi lands, stock j partner. Its been told tluit you rnnM not get repini? f r.fo'm Dcrr-- t !nc:hinery. nre In Richmond visiting relatives. home of Mrs. Kred P. Frishle Tuesday garded as one of the most lovable women of the Iiuena Vista section, and her ' "Anno, you wouldn't havo refused to farms a specialty, nlso Delta Plantaafternoon. This is raise. We keep repairs in stock been a Mr. John M. Duncan has glvo mo a second danco unless there tions. Paul Finch, many friends join with her bereaved of "crip" for about 2 weeks pnst. Crab Orchard Ky, R. R. 2. Mrs. Samuel Cotton Is in Cincinnati family in deploring her irreparable loss was something wrong," began John. "Tell mo how I'vo offended and let mo Mrs. J. Roe Young la with her par. for a visit of ten days to friends am! cxplato my shortcomings, won't you?" ents Mr. and Mrs. Win. (!. Anderson. relative. "I'm going to 'bo perfectly frank, For Sale. OAKES. John,'' and Anne'i brown eyes looked Mra. Sal ie Rayburn has returned Mm. Samuel P. lirnnt, of Danville, The Square Deal House. Good team of aged mules, with harMr. Thomas Oakes, tho aged father straight Into John's gray eyes. "It's protracted visit to her daughter was the truest Monday of Mr. and Mm. from of John and Hen Oaks, of this county, that Billy old dog law you introduced ness, $250; cash or bankable note. Call, In Missouri. T. J. Price. write orsee. Hughes & Swinebroail. died at his home near Stanford on the Into the legislature." Mrs. Jim Perkins of lledford, Inil., Airs. Wm. It. Cook and Miss Sue 20th. It will be remembered that Mr, Lancaster, Ky. "Why, dear Anne, you mean you've has been thu guest of Mr. mid Mm. Shelby Mason aro sptndinf several days Oakes was run over by an auto four turned against mo Just for thatT" For Sale. John Oaks. In Louisville. John's pleading question was almost weeks ago which caused his (loath. He was born in Wayne, county, a gasp. Miss Delia Tinder wan in Paint i.lck $5.riO Kurtzman upright piano, Mm. J. G. Sellman of Nicholasville good "Nut 1, John, but daddy has. Oh, Saturday nnil Sunday for a visit to is hero for n visit to her friend, Miss Ky., Feb.. 19. 1810. On April 1, 1SC2 as new for sale at low price. Address yn,u should hear him ravo about It. If he joined the United States Army. Miss Eldridge. Minnie Ilrown. it wasn't so so unpleasant to heal Glen, Rickctts, Nicholasville, Ky. .Mr. Oakes was a good christian man Mr. Story llerron left Tuesday for Mr. and Mrr. Edward Ross, a bridal lovd by everyone who knew him. He him. It would bo .really funny." "What does ho say?" Cincinnati to accept u Hirition in n cocple, are enjoying their honey.moon was n member of the Methodist church ' Oh, something llko this for a startFor Rent. garagu in that city. in New Orlenns, and was ready to meet his Savior. er; 'John Warren ought to have his The Blacksmith Shop and tools, on Every thing that willing hands could block knocked off for Introducing that Mm. W. J. Romans has returned Mr. John Oaks is confined to his Peruna has been the household remedy of hosts from a pleasant visit to Mm. W. A. home by illness, but his friends hope to lo was done, but the Dear Savior want fool dog law Into tho legislature. It's Lexington street. Possession given im of people for the last fifty years. The testimony of Stanford, Camnn in ed him in his midst an' carried him to an outrage! Hero am I, a gentleman mediately. Fortcrms apply to Miss Sue see him out soon. those who have used Peruna proves it to be his heavenly home where no pain and who keeps his hounds and setters and Shelby Mason. hi, (I Mm. George Mack Lear, of Mr. The Study Class of the C. V. II. M. sorrow is no morn. pointers In kennels and under control, Lexington, are thu guet nf Mm. Jennie Auxiliary met Tuesday afternoon at the For Sale. He leaves a wife and ten children to yet ho would mako mo pay a ridicuCuinelv uhil daughters. behome of Mrs. V. A, Lear. mourn his loss, all of whom are John, lous fee for tho privilege merely Hotel, Livery Barn and two Houses For Ordinnry Grip; cause some shiftless farmer In some Miss Margaret Millward has returned M Mr n.,.l Mr. fl U".. ..I Hen, Will und Ed. Oakes, Mm, T. E. and Lots. Will sell cheap if sold be For All Catarrhal Conditions; to her home it. Lexington after a .leas. ,irvnlll8VlH w,,rt. wit, '.Mr. and Mrs. Cecil, Mrs. R. L. Yotipg of thiscounty. corner of his county keeps a hungry Good place to-- j mongrel that breaks into somebody's fore March 1st 191(5. For Prevention of Colds. ant visit to Miss Delia Tinder, film. J. Perkins, lnd., Mrs. Joe Peck, flock of Bhcep.' make money. Call or write for other J. I!. Dickerson Mnnday. Mich.. Mrt. C. E. Willsoi., Paris. Ky., Mrs. J. li. Cornii who underwent G. W. Rice, "Rut today, when ho found that the particulars. Mr. and .Mm. J. II. Witt were the Mrs. J. S. Meredith, sf Ilroadhead. slight operation In the London Hospital Paint Lick. Kv. do? law was coming up for final conguests of Mr. and Mm, Floyd Brooks After funeral cervices at the sideration tomorrow," continued Anno last Week Is Improving lupldly For the Convalescent; In Jersaminv. last Sunday. FOR SALE Methodist'church by his pastor, he was "he said: 'If John Warren lets that Mm. Forest Fitzgerald ui.U beautiful For that Irregular Appetite; Mr. and Mm. Ewing Stultz, of Knox- - laid to rest in the lluffalo cemetery at bill come to Its third reading he I have a good lot of clean. Sweet little daughter, Doiolhv, of Danville, For Weakened Digestion. villeniegucstH uf Mm. Slullz's parents Stanford to await the Resurrection needn't show his face here again, and Clover seed for sale. Home raised. u ro visiting her patents, Mr, and Mrs. I want you to understand, Anne, that morn. Mr. mid Mm. J. I!, Bourne. Levi Elam.Crah Orchard. Ky., it. II. Wilkemoii. I'd rather you'd bo lc6s friendly with Weep not for me dear loved ones. -Route 2. -him than you havo been of late.' You Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Lackey and son Mrs. O. U. Terrill left Saturday for As those whose hopes are vain, . It's 'love me, lovo my dogs' with Richland Ya , where her husband haa Miller Lackey, of Maclbon were: with For in that shining country. Wanted. daddy, but ho makes so few requests What Family Medicine Do You Use? accepted a position Willi the Merchants Lancaster relatives Monday, I II meet you all again. of me, John, that I can't hurt him by Old Scrap Iron, 20 to 25 cts., per ft"d t a'mv" llH"k- lS ftntSI? meJif in you bow dm ktp A Loving Friend. seeming to disregard his wishes. I Prnin Wp th hwf N trfuUr itbftt Mm. Harold Oldham has returned to Old rags $1.00 per hundred, lt. rMiNtla ftlaUrF provincial hfte iran. think wo'd better go back to tho ball- hundred. Mr. and Mm. Walker llraibihaw are Richmond after u visit to her parents, also copper and brass at high market U Mrf th btt yntt ftifttlr mtfKia rrt roKU lUt rcrMfl IJ rftili an room now." MRS. R. K. CONN CELEBRAT rejoicing over the arrival of an eleven Judge nrd Mrs. C. A. Arnold. lb irkrt. H. B. Northcott. John reluctantly acquiesced, and they price. l)nt fttar farnHv mnlitt ctop winter or I'tfisfi f b rrli J upM to top roh In pound buy on Feb. 23id. The littl Miss Salliu I.OU Myers the efficient returned to the ballroom with heavy old r MiM. niMl Cf hl , fellow has beer christened James Kus-- trained nurse is at home from Danville ES 70TH BIRTHDAY. hearts, for that very day the law had Im ytmi ftimitf mdtWi Urrr I'trwn hit mo uftiar It loI lor tfc tell. liatwUt JitHM) PMttlt For Sale. been laid down to him by three of his Pftttilt tad tlilo where she had a professional call. On last Thursday, Febrnary 21th, most Influential constituents who were Miss Marie Italian! will begin teach, j Mrs. Rolivrt Lone and Mrs.- Abe Mrs. R. K Conn passed her her Jeven- 154i acres rf land near Hysttsvtllc owners of largo sheep ranches and THE PERUNA COMPANY, COLUMBUS, OHIO in K a Sprint; school about the first of Ilurtou, were quests of Mr. and Mrs. tieth mile stone. The day was made had Buffered great losses from ravag- Kv, on Kirksville pike, small house and Those who obxl to liquid medicine will find Peruna Tablet March. She will be assisted In her J. II. Witt, of this city This memorable by a happy surprise being ing dogs, and his only path to con- barn, plenty of timber to saw. last Monday. Ross of Mujs dvabU for Catarrhal Conditions. i work by Miss Pauline given her. l!y noon forty two of hci gress lay by way of tho approval of land will grow the finest tobacco, Dest Mrs. II. C. Rose and interesting little Lick. generous friends and relatives had these constituents and the votes they quality of hemp and 15 barrels of corn lion, Robert Ilardii.K, Mm. Harding, son, James Lear Rose, of Ilryantsville, gathered at her beautiful home on could command. to the acre. If interested write. guests of Mr. and Mm. Wm. Lear. Ho returned to the library to try to Pattie G. Harden, and their daughter. Mimi Margaret are Stanford Street and after partaking of Nicholasville. Kv. 2 HardiuK, returned last nii;ht frum Cinsumptioua feast the afternoon was think of some way out. Reverend A. J. Clere preachad at the Ho thought of Anne dancing around cinnati, where they have been for the Mt. Tabor Raptist church Sunday in delightfully spent. this minute with some other man, and FIELD SEEDS. last two weeks. Danville Mesn'nuer. the absence of the pastor Reverend C. She was beautifully remembered by- ho felt that a chanco to win her was many handsome presents. Mrs. Conn worth any sacrifice. S. Kllis. Diaw A If you are in need of anv farm seed.' Dalton Rich has returmd tu his is a native of Garrard, having lived When tho next morning's session this spring write to W. Bush Nelson of Col. I. M. Dunn, of Danville, but one Trainmi; station home from tlm Naval here all of her life. She united with opened, things went on with a smooth- Lexington Ky, for samples and prices, thiscounty, the Christian church in at New Port, R. L, where he enlisted of the largest for tliej money ynuove and her early life ness that provoked John Warren. His he prepays the freight to your RV R. was shaking hands with the court-daabout a eiir huo. Daltou found the and has been a faithful soldier. Fifty ranchmen constituents were in the Station, and his prices are as low, as note liow iiuirli more res life a little loo strenuous and his crowd here Mondry. years ago last Nov. she was married to visitors' gallery, and Anne's father house in Central Ky, quality' of seeds release was puichased. pectfully yonr creditors reMrs. J. C. Robinson is at home from Mr. R. K. Conn also of this county and was nlso there. John set himself to considered. nccept the Inevitable and went caregard yon Tliey like to do Mrs. Ixiuise Irvine; McDowell, whos ti visit toher sisters, Mesdames Charles eleven children have blessed theirunion, fully over tho notes for his speech of Lexington and Wm. all of whom are alive, eight, of whom which was to apoplexy recently occurred Richardson, death from HEMP SEED. FOR SALE. Imsinoss witli n man who close the arguments on arc present, also "Uncle Step" Conn, Houso Dill 317. Just as the speaker at her home in Cuithiaua, was the Jones, of Winchester. lias an account at the who was Mr. Conn's nurse quite a few- - was ready to call "Third reading of ' To the farmers who are thinking of MeDow-el- l, mother of Reverend J. Honey Miss Helen Younc who was here for years ago. of Puss Christian, Miss., who mar- the funeraPof her aunt, the late Mrs. bills" a young man presented an offi hewing hemp for the year I91C, I will Garrard Bank & Trust Co. That Mm. Conn may have many paper to the doorkeeper, sell you your seed as cheap as possible ried Miss Jane Lilsk, a former lesident J. S. Itowman, has returned to the irore happy birthdays is the wish of who arose at once and announced: "A and buy your hemp at the highest of this place. They know ho fs doing business in I business like way. ISetter Normal School, at Richmond. Viola and Sallie. message from his excellency, the gov- market price. open such an account even if your alfalrs are not laree. They Miss Christine Sandera wus "at ernor." II. 3. Cox. Mis Kmma Itoner, of Louisville will Krow all riRht. The message was read: "In the hope home" to the members of the Senior who trimmed for Miss Minnie Urown FARM. of averting what might become a se- : Christian Kodeavor Society Fmlav eve- last season is here and will be with & NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. public health, I, ning. The party was in the natuie of her again for the spring and summer, Rich Trad of Garrard County Land Is rious menaco to the Jason Brooks Lancaster, governor ot u lieorge Washington celebration and Of The Joseph Mercantile Company. Put On Market. this state, do hereby urge speedy Maurice Fargis Alexander, the live. milt,- - it Milliliter uf rtilonlttl elutriteters of the legislature for the full ",d son "f "':l'rd Alexander. of Notice is hereby given that the 'ar were represented by both the bus and Until a few years ago to see sleek threo days' period permitted by law, Joseph Mercantile Company, Incorg.rls. lot inviting refreshment" wele the lledgeville vicinity, died after so that precautions may bo taken to short illness mini malignant sore fut cattle in this section of Kentucky prevent the spread of tho dlscaso of porated, has dissolved and is winding by the young hostess. served called for a thought of William and up its business. All persons indebted throat. Notice! Poultry Richard Reazley, of old Garrard, more smallpox, of which five The following cumpliiiv ntarv article forMr. Hristoe Conn, of Danville, familiarly known as "Pony and Dick." cases havo been officially reported this to said company, will please come Crnli Oril.ard cor-- n was written by the day among thp clerical forco of tho ward and settle, Interiorjournid. 'Tne motored to our city last Monday in u Their big blue grass farm on the Lex- legislature." sHindent to the handsome Ituick. He was accompanied ington pike, near Lancaster, was famlecture by Reverend Olere ot Lancaster Great confusion followed the read- ' by Miss l.eonn Shearer, of that city ous for the best beeves. KELLY TOBACCO SEED. SVAwas one of the finest nrut.iric.il feasts ing of tho message, and there was no and .Miss Margaret Miller, of Louisville. Less than a decade ago these s disposition on anybody's part to delay ever enjoyed in this city. He deserves Cholera. Ganes, Limbcrnecll, Roup, Canker, Only genuine Kelly Improved Burley sold their waving acres and bought a motion to adjourn. John Warren all the papers sn, of him, um! is lioili Aunt Julia Alcorn, an aged negress Mnttrt AM fHHlfl reed obtainable, direct from raiser, Diarrhoea and all Diseases ot Poultry xo eeur, mi fearless and potent in his denunciation who was reputed to be 101 jeam old. the famous McGrathiana Farm in Fay- was Informed by a clerk that his secretary was ono of tho five who has been champion hurley grower of the prevailing vices of the present dieil at her homo several miles west of ette, which they in turn disposed of at I uv.rfrt lunj. ls brM prrMnu chklra U'WIM VMM .J rrlirr. Ui. rlucl ISM.nUJ. twenty-liv- e years. a big profit and took over the equally sent to quarantine that morning. No- of Kentucky for last Ky. day " Price 50c U all HruJiUU. Mfg. lodCiurinutil b J. Rett. Crumt, Birdlon, here. She was n valued servant in per ounce. Send noted Shenandoah Hall Place, near Lex- body knew how the dlseaso had been Supply limited. $1.00 OLO ISV days in the family of the .Mrs, Robert Salter entertained the by any of Its victims. Hen- mail orders to. ington. Always with an eye aingle to contracted ,2-lry Madison lost no tlmo In getting out C. C & .I. K. Stormey t'xecutive Committe of the Audubon late Judge Alcorn. B. L. Kelly & Sons. making the soil they owned rirner each Club Society esterdaj at four o'clock R. 1. Lancaster, Ky. Mtsdamcs J. K. Robinson, F, II. year, the Reazley llrothers never had of town with his daughter, fearing a quarantine would Jo declared. Threo at her honiu on ilromlwaj. Plans were Marktbury and Misses Helen and any trouble finding a good buyer for days later, at their country homo, ho perfected for six uitlka thioiigh I In' Maltha Gill, left last Tuesday for their realty holdings. startled Anno out of a deep reverie as MISSISSIPPI STOCK country during the spring months, with New Orleans for a atay of ten days Their Garrard farm, well divided, ho enmo into tho library with tho leaders for each walk. The chi'dreu of during the Mardi (Iras celebration. fell into diirerent hands. About three morning paper In his hand. FARM FOR SALE-the town and country will Ik- - encourag"By George, Anne," ho began, "Just ; Mr. John llurnside is the guest of yeurs ago R. E. Hughes, of Louisville, and protect the native song ed to study who had been reared in Lancaster, listen to this: 'Senator Alonzo Terkins Some 3333 acres, about 2000 open. Hot chocolate his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. (1. llurnof the Ninth district and Representabirils and their nests. 30 tenant houses. side, near Point Lent ell. Mr. Hum-sid- e bought that portion of the Reazley tive John Warren of Clalrmoro county in cultivation. and sandwiches were, ntvrd by Miss a mile are the two latest victims of smallpox, About 1000 acres bottom land, balance hails fiom Sail Angdlo, Tex., fin m, closest to Lancaster-on- ly Salter and Miss Lucille Mitfrom the Garrard court house, with a which broke out last week among em- rolling to hilly, but practically all subchell, Those proeiit e'e Mem Lan- whole he and Mr. L. 11. lleazley are frontage on both tho Lexington und ployees of tho legislature. Desplto tho ject to cultivation. Grass grows In caster, of Kenttick Col'ege fur Women; ussociuted together in the laundry Sugar Creek pines. Important legislation In which these abundance on all this tract. About five Miss Roudiuot and Miss Maine Sallee, business in that thriving southern city. The Reazley Influence was still upon members aro actively Interested, they miles from Railroad Watered by liv. of the Maple Avenue School, MisRulh the land and Mr. Hughes, emulating will havo to observo tho closing weeks tng stream. In one of the healthiest l wl; Miss Crow of the llrondwa. their example, began to enrich the soil ot tho present session from quaran- localities in the state. Price $15.00 per WARD-ROS- S, Margaret Salle, Mrs. RirtnmlTl.er as his predecessors had, putting it in tine," threo miles outside the city lim- acre. For further information regardLowndes, Jr , and Mrs, Itoiert L. SalThe inurriHgH of Mr. Kit Rosa to Mrs. grass, with artificial and natural fer- its.' ing Mississippi and Tennessee land write Without looking at Anne's white Danville ter, chairman fur tho work Huttie ..aril, both well known tilizer, and beginning the fattening of face, her father chuckled and added, us, we handle them. Messenijer nm' returns of this city took place ut cattle thereon and from a monster con- "Well, I guess M: E. WA1NRIGIIT. Manager, that settles tho dog law The recent unveiling of ttf (tortrait ..ville lust Thursday, Rev. G. crete m'Io, whlcl he erected. He exLand Department, for a wutlo, anyhow." .(Utter, pastor of the Christian pected to build it home on these rich "Daddy!" exclaimed Anne with such BRANSFORD REALTY COMPANY, morn than ordinary luKresi tu l.ancsi-trian- s iiiurih of that city olllciatiiig. acres, move his family from Louisville, eeverlty that her father looked at her Nashville, Tann. from the fact thai n Tiiehuppy couple left immediately and enjoy life under the velvety magic astonished. "How can you think ot dogs when tho dearest man on earth the young girl who tho for New Orleans, where they will spend of grazing herds. artist iind did all the iie.m atin( he- - their honeymoon and enjoy the Maidi Recently Mr. Hughes had such n Is oh, ho may bo dying right now, i Au understanding smllo Blowly overI Gras festivities. They have the tween portrait painter tempting offer to change investments Mi s is of (iBrrnrd nniestry. and best wishes uf their that he detei mined to continue life in spread Henry Madison's rugged face. "No, daughter," patting her on tho l f i lends here, who wish them a long and the metropolitan districts und abandon e is the grunddaurlper of tl" shoulder, "It's not at all Berlous with Prif'J, of Lexingio". t former-- y happy life. the peace of rural habitation. His por- proper treatment; It's serious only In of Garrard county, th- '"'ig Lex- tion of tho famous lleazley farm is Its contagiousness." ingtoninii'H mother being a r st cousin therefore offered for sale. An adver- (Copyright, 191s. by the McClure Newipa-- 1 1 per Syndicate.) N. II. j of Messrs Y A . T J . Fd tisement from thu real es, md thu Price, Mm. Mattw P, his father tate firm of ; News Of The Churches, berHughes which Swlnchrogd is a mem Into Airs Kmmn P (Jrmii i'm iact;. and of LaMiss McCann is legaidv I i a .oung ncasterappears in this Issue of our How To Prevent Croup. im md her artist of rur" pnvni.e, paper. in amounts of The members of tho New Antiooji mother having spent nvri. voh'H in Although farm lands have not been When the child Is subject to attacks New York City where ,e li i. hiul fine church of McCreary will have an ex- active for the past 18 months, an offer- of croup, see to it that he eats a light and up. advantagi in tier consult . s'.moi The change Saturday afternoon March the ing like this will probably not lack for evening meal, us an overloaded stomach young Lexington artist intdi sev- 11th, at the store room recently vaca- Interested investors. If you want may bring on an attack, also watch fcr study ted by Dickerson and Carrier. eral trips tu Kurour and something worth more than tho price the first symptom hoarseness, and sketches of some, of the nu ii famous Rev. C, K. Shocke will preach at you had better telephone, write or call give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as Citizens National Bank. paintings in the Roynl Ai 'irtuny at New An'.loch, Sunday morning and on the agents Mr. Hughes has Obsoon as the child becomes hoarse. Ky. Loudon, evening. Everybody invited to come. Kentucky. Lancaster, tainable everywhere, OLIVER AND SYRACUSE Gossip About 1 People v? Hill Side Plows ann Points miaics. HEADQUARTERS J VK-tl- J. R. Mount, S n & Co. mo-p- 11 The Experience of Others With Peruna Is A Safe Guide to Follow A Standard Family Remedy An Excellent Remedy ' Ever- Ready To Take sr-o- m Check y WELL-KNOW- N The Garrard Bank Trust Company Raisers 4 - 11 - 44 Heaz-ley- rr o ante-bellu- 2t COMPLETE LINE OF . I l mmm - 21 CENTS PER YARD. ! MONEY TO LOAN $2,500 i i See US for Your Wants. on Farm Lands F. CHAMP, H & BALLARD BRYANTSVILLE, W. Page 6 SUPERIOR ROTATIONS FOR THE CORN BELT CARRIERS fne Central hcord, Thursday Mch 2. OF DISEASE AN 1916. 111 tMMIIIIli I II MM INFORMAL TEA FEUD AND FINISH 1 WHITE jtytS ON. Dogs Blamed for Spread mcnts Among Farm Stock. of Ail By LOUISE 1 1 OLIVER. 1 h-- i 11 1J":V?' , 1 Jain Department ef Agriculture Recently Issued on Bulletin 8ubject .Should Be Controlled and Properly Cared For, Wy M. C. HALL, Ph. D.) The dog In the country Is a useful and pleasant adjunct to tho farm If he Is properly controlled and cared for, o but when neglected, may readily n carrier ot disease to stock. In addition to gaining opportunity to kill i Wheat Field Dr CATIL VKOOMAN. Assistant Secretary of Department of Agriculture.) In n bulletin of the United States department of agriculture wrlten to suggest to the corn belt farmer of the middle West some ways of "cashing in" the scientific advice offered him In hundreds of bulletins already published, Carl Vrooman, assistant secretary of In Michigan. this rotation one of' the chief advantages is that wheat follows the legump e and there Is thus plenty of time to tho ground for It. It is becoming also a general practice In some parts of the corn belt to seed sweet clover In pro-par- the department, devotes a section to the discussion of the best rotations. "Not until you get clover or some other legume Into your scheme of farming," he says, "do you havo a rotation that pays dividends in bigger crops. Many fanners think they are keeping up to date and tanning scientifically If they have five or ten acres In alfalfa and get a stand of clover on field once In a twenty or thirty-acrtwo or three years. This Is a serious mistake. Tho productivity of a farm is not being kept up on a permanent basis unless annually at least of that farm is made to grow legumes, which are either plowed under as stable manure or green mas nure." system becomes effecThe tive when a year of clover is added and the rotation runs corn, oats, clover. In sections where oats do not produce good yields wheat may be substituted. The Importance of including clover In the rotation, however, has been definitely established by a long scries of experiments carried on In Illinois. As far back as 18Y9 two rotations were started, one being corn and oats and the other corn, oats and clover. These rotations were continued without change. During the years from 1901 to 1911 the average yield of corn in the e h corn-oats kajHSHHsVaMrBLBBsESsBMa jaVff 8tand of 8weet Clover. fcaT'asssaBTBMslMBBBBBiBf Excellent Field of Corn. former was only 38.1 bushels per acre, while in the latter it was 67.2. . What Is known as "standard Illinois 'rotation" Is the following: Corn, oats with clover seeding, clover, wheat. In may be plowed under in the fall or following spring. la this way In each r rotation there are two legume crops to plow under and at the same time three grain' crops to harvest The rotation may be changed to r a one by adding an extra year of corn If this Is desired. If the farm Is badly run down and much 'organic matter and nitrogen must be added to the soil before the corn can be raised profitably, sweet clover seeded in the wheat may be al lowed to stand over for a crop the fol lowing year. The rotation will then be as follows: Corn, .oats with clover seeding, clover, wheat with sweet clover seeding, sweet clover. If a short rotation Is desired, one that will be effective In building up a farm is the following: Corn, rye with clover and timothy seeding, clover and timothy. The rye Is seeded In the standing corn and the clover and timothy seeded in the rye early In the following spring. The rye is hogged off and, as tho clover matures, part of It is used for hog pasture and part tor sod Is then hay. The turned under for corn. Under this rye grown is left wbcro plan all the it is produced and all tho cornstalks cut up and worked into the soil. Fur thermore, all the manure mado by tho hogs In gathering the rye and corn is left in tho field. tour-yeafive-yeaclover-timothy wheat After the wheat Is harvested the clover makes a rank growth and sheep and destroy gardens and other I property. Dog ordinances, as a gen- j cral rule, havo been Intended chiefly to curb the dog's power of doing harm by attacking, biting, killing or run ning sheep or stock. Tho part that he plays as a carrier of diseases to animals only recently has been recognized, according to the department ot agriculture, which has Issued a bulletin (No. 2C9) on the subject, "The Dog as a Carrier of Parasites and Diseases." Ot tho diseases carried to stock by dogs, the disease Is I probably of the greatest interest at this time. In this case the dog acts ns a mechanical carrier of Infection. The dog which runs across an infected farm easily may carry" in tho dirt on his feet tho virus ot this most conta- tho newcomer. "Rather!" answered Cornelia with a gious of animal diseases to other farms and thus spread the disease to tho smile. "You see, it was this way," ho exneighboring herds. In Infected localities it is absolutely essential, there- plained hastily. "I live In there." Jerkfore, to keep all dogs chained and ing his head toward the wall, thereby never to allow them off the farm ex- indicating the companion flat to tho ono Cornelia occupied. "My bath Is cept on leash. Thero are, however, many other ncross tho hall, and when I was through the spring lock on my door maladies in tho spread ot which the dog takes an actlvo part rabies, hy- had slipped and I couldn't get In. I knocked at every door on my sldo of datid, ringworm, favus, doublo-poretapeworm, roundworm and tongue-wor- tho building and not a soul was at aro often conveyed to human homo. Then I slipped down to tho beings In this way. It occasionally entry and rang the Janitor's bell, but happens also that tho dog helps fleas I guess he Is out somewhere, for ho and ticks In transmitting bubonic didn't come, either. I barely escaped arrest by a passing policeman who plague or the deadly spotted fever. Hydatid disease is caused by the looked In. so I made a dash up your presence in the liver, kidneys, brain, side of the stairs, and then I happened to think we had a common velungs and other organs, of a bladder-worI or larval tapeworm. Bladder-worm- randa out of our front windows. are often as large as an orange can get out here, smash a pano In my I'm and may bo larger. A dog which Is window and presto! chango allowed to feed on carrion or the raw home." "I'll lend you my topcoat and a hamviscera ot slaughtered animals may eat all or part of a bladder worm con- mer. I'll have to leave tho rest ot taining numerous tapeworm heads. your rescue to the gods." "No need when a goddess Is so These tapeworm heads develop Into small segmented tapeworms In the in- kind." "You sound Hibernian." testines of the dog. The tapeworms "I am as Irish as Paddy's pig, and in turn develop eggs which are passed out In the excrement of the dog. They proud of It," promptly answered he, are spread broadcast on grass and In "and my name, to prove It, la Dennis drinking water where animals can Harrtgan." An opened and closed window, a very well eat them and thus become sound of splintering glass, and the robo was gone. A week later Cornelia was chaperoning a bevy ot young girls to a pond to skate. For a while, they skated In pairs, but when the girls decided to crack the whip, Cornelia declined and went upon a little excursion of her own up a tiny stream that appeared Head of a Dog Split In Half to Show to be frozen solid. Dut suddenly the Three Tongueworms In the Nasal Ice cracked, and In an instant she was Cavity. in the frigid water. "Faith, It's the goddess!" said faInfected. The hog Is particularly li- miliar voice In her ringing ears. a Corable to this disease because ot its root- nelia's departed senses returned with ing habits. The eggs may get into a Jump. human food, and persons who allow The tall Irishman dogs to lick their hands and face also little Cornelia to was carrying wet seminary, and run the risk ot getting the eggs ot the little adventurethe was over for the the tapeworm In their systems. day. Prevention on tho farm consists. In nut for the next, so restraining the dog that ho cannot and so not ad Infinitum, and the next, on for Dennis had get at' carrion or raw viscera. Viscera to como over to the little flat every should be boiled before being fed to day to Inquire for his neighbor and dogs and should never be thrown on bring a rose ot two. And then got tho fields. If not cooked and fed, to stopping longer, and finally he sitting be should viscera and carcasses for an hour or so. And then ono eveburned, burled with lime, or so dis- ning he said: "Cornelia, darling, I've posed of as not to be accessible to something was been thinking dogs. Proper feeding ot the dog is meant when wethat saved ono another essential, and the owner who does not from an early grave." feed a dog properly has no right to (Copyright, 1918, by the McClure Newspa. keep one. pr Syndicate.) I I s Cornelia set out her favortto tea service of china upon the tray, lighted tho samovar and got the tiny cakes Dasle had left for her, and whllo waiting- - for tho water to boll opened a fresh box of caramels and toro the wrapper from her latest favorlto magazine. Cornelia was supervisor of art In a girls' school near tho city. Every day at tour, after n noisy, dirty lp on the cars, she had her tea to wash tho crayon, water colors and carbon out of her system. She filled her cup and took a sip, pulled her chair nearer to tho table, prepared to enjoy her feast to tho full. Dangt The. door ot the living-rooopened like a gunshot, breaking a Jardiniere, and explosively closed again. So quickly did It happen that Cornolla would bavo thought she had been dreaming except that In the place ot tho Jardiniere stood a redheaded young man, robed, evidently Just emerged from the bath. In Cornelia's llttlo sitting room trying not to have a chill. Cornelia sprang up and In splto of her astonishment managed to get out: "Come over here by the flro and tako my chair. You're freezing." "I guess I surprised you!" grinned h i mmi f f mi WHmMMMIMMIHIIlj. tlUIIHMMMIMIHIHH "It you really need mo, Xunt Virginia, I'd gladly abandon my plans, but it docs seem such a dreadful waste to spend one's whole life In drnnby." Vlrgto's volco was caressing. "Dut I dlsllko the thought ot your having an office Just as a man would and depending upon that for your very living." Miss Carlisle followed this remark by a careful scrutiny of the tiny stitches In the monogram sho had cmbrohlcred on Vlrgio's rough llnon artist's apron. "Dy tho way, Aunt Virginia, tell me the cause ot that old feud between our family and the Pollards." "Now what made you think ot that?" 'The news that Stanley Pollard III. has bought back tho old family place, and, according to tho gossips. Is ovor thero now Instructing his tenant and sizing up his bargain." "Bargain, Indeed!" sniffed Miss Carlisle, "a farm with a tumbledown house." "But tell me. Auntie, what was the causo of that quarrel?" "Oh, a mere matter of a disputed boundary line between lands In tho Old Mr. Pollard was first placo. adamant. Grandfather Carlisle would not budge from his position either." "Oh, really, wasn't It too funny?" J By CATHERINE CRANMER. I By EDWINA J Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office nt Ilalney's Livery Stable. A senso of humor did much to take the edge off a stinging wind, but In splto of her bravery toars welled up In Kathleen's eyes. 8he had turned a corner and como In sight ot tho old houso, desolate In the midst of n dreary late November landscape nnd tho houso brought back recollections that wero hard to bear. A touring car stopped at the gato and a man got ouL "Miss Lowell, I boliovo," he said. Lmcnster, Kentucky Vlrgle laughed. Tunny? How can you say such a thing?" Miss Carlisle was stern. "Don't you seo that It was n clear case ot two adamant bodies vainly trying to make a dent In each other? I've no doubt It they had united their efforts Instead thoy would have achieved wealth and famo." "Why, last week, when I went up to lio ofllco building to lnipcct tho office I'd rented, I got out of the elevator and went down tho corridor to tho corner room facing tho river. "After I had left orders for my office walls to bo tinted buff," sho continued, "lmaglno my rage when I walked Into that room and saw workmen doing those) walls In a bilious yellow, A tall young man who stood there as It he had all sorts of authority, scarcely deigned to notice me, but I swept into the room, exclaiming: 'Stop work at PROFITS FROM A DAIRY HERD) TREATMENT OF POTATO SEED viCow, to Be Most Productive Must .Have Care and Consideration Due lo Animal Mother. (By II. M. COTTRELL.) ICE DURING SUMMER MONTHS THROW OFF MUCH MOISTURE Exn Solution of Commercial Formalin and Commodity Which Every Farmer Can Have by Little Attention to Water Will Destroy Disease Storage, In Winter. Spores of Tubers. Remarkable Amount of Water haled From 8kln of Man In Twenty-Fou- r Hours. Ice is a commodity which almost every farmer can have during the The man to make the most profits summer months if a llttlo attention Is from a dairy herd must be a gentleman given to the proper methods of kind, considerate, progressive, intelduring severe cold weather. ligent. Milk Is the product of mother hood. The cow is a mother and gives A common type ot Ice houso, and one that seems to givo good satisfacznllk to develop the life of her baby, the calf. Tho dairy cow, to be mado i tion. Is a pit dug In tho ground or on most productive, must have the care tho Bide of a slope, covered with a aniand consideration due to overy board root to keep out tho snow and promal mother. Sho must havo milk rain and servo as a shade. Straw Is will develop ducing teed and teed that used between tho walls of the pit and fully her unborn calf whllo sho Is milktho Ice. Ono Instance, has been obing. She must have bodily comfort-shel- ter, served where baled straw was used water, salt, shade In hot with good results. weather, and pure air all the time. In tho construction of any Ice house, She must be petted. When a man whether pit or above ground, thu takes her calf away from the cow and walls should be properly Insulated so milks her, he becomes tor the time to that they will not admit heat from tho her a secondhand calf. The cow loves ; outside. Ventilation should be proLeg Bands Are Cheap. her calf and is happy when she is glv-- , Leg bands are Yery cheap. When vided for the space above tho ico by lng milk to It. The more the dairy-- ypu Bort out your pullets, band tho an opening at each end near the peak man can pet his cows, make them right leg; next year band the left leg of the roof. comfortable and make them like htm and the third year do not band. The more milk as they do their calves, the A Good "Side Line." year dispose ot hens with they will give and the richer wilt be fourth on right leg and begin over by A profitable side line that can be band milk. This sounds ltko "gush" but the banding right leg. Or get celluloid worked at odd times when other work is cold business truth that closely fol- bands, using different colors for each is slack will go far toward boosting lowed will bring profits. year. This is better than too mark- the Income ot tho average farm. Where there Is a lodge ot salable ing young chicks. I Winter-Killestone a quarry may be made to fill in Peach Tree. gaps In the labor schedule. An outA peach tree, after it has been win-- t Working Ahead. may be made may be cut back to stubs a It the manure Is hauled out during cropping of limestone foot or two long, and if the ends are the winter a bard job Is completed profitable to the advantage of the painted and If the roots are In good when spring opens up, and the team whole neighborhood by the installacondition, a new top will grow to take Is ready for plowing rather than haul- tion ot a stone crusher or a pulverizer to furnish ground limestone. the place ot the one that was killed, i ing manure for a week or two. I Potato diseases such as tusartum, stem rot and scab, Hye over winter on the seed and In the soil. Planting Infected seed In diseased soli simply perpetuates the disease. Tho way to pre vent scab Is to disinfect seed potatoes nmi niant them In clean soil upon hjet, the crop has not been grown fi?7 several years preceding. Thorough treatment with a solution of one pint commercial formalin to 40 gallons water will destroy diseaso spores. Corrosive sublimate also can bo used. Dissolve four ounces In five gallons hot vratcr and after it cools add 25 gallons water. Soak the tubers for ono and a halt hours In this solution, when tlioy may bo cut and planted. Btor-ag- o 1 . man ex The skin ot a hales in 21 hours, in ordinary clrcum-stances, from one and a halt to two pounds of water in Insensible perspiration. When" In hot weather, or In undergoing violent exertion, tho perspiration becomes sensible, and Instead of exhaling in a gentle molsturo Is thrown off In largo drops ot water, a much greater weight is disposed of in this way. The action ot this exhalation takes place, through glands. It does not seem so strange that the human body can throw off nearly two pints of water dally, so gradually and so gently that It Is not felt as moisture, when we re-- . member how many glands there are and how very small each atom ot molsturo must be. On the back, the thighs and legs there are about 500 perspiratory glands to the square Inch ot skin; on the breast, the fore-- i head, neck, forearm and back ot the ' hand and foot, about 1,000 to tho square Inch, and on the sole ot the foot and on the palm ot the hand, 1 I . i I 2,700. It Is estimated d ter-kille- that the number of perspiratory glands over the whole body Is not less than 2,300,000, and as each tubular coll In the glands when of an unraveled is about (Copyright. 1914. by the McClure NewspaInch In length the entire extent of per Syndicate.) tubing used to throw oft persplra-- , Franco before the war had 37,000 tlon is not less than 153,000 Inches, or Industrial concerns. nearly two and miles. one-ha- lt once until I've seen tho manager! These walls are to be buff, not yellow.' The young man's eyes blazed a bit, but he said, quite Idly: 'Pardon mo It I'm surprised at your criticism of my taste; but it really Isn't my taste, for all I specified was that the ofllco was to be cleaned and ready for occupancy by noon today, lla going up now to give that manager a round because it Isn't ready.' "While I stood there accumulating rage enough to blow up a battleship one ot the decorators turned and dryly remarked: 'Both of ye seem to be on a false trail, for this office happens to be used by an old gentleman for his law library, and them's bis books there under that tarpaulin.'" Vlrgto paused to laugh at her aunt's horrified expression. "That workman's coolness seemed to be a sort ot wet blanket on our anger." she continued, "and when we turned and looked at his number on the door it was 1843 Instead ot 1743, which I had rented, or IS43 which the man had rented." A maid entered the room and presented a visitor's card to Miss Carlisle, whose lips tightened Into disapproval as she read the name of "Stanley Cordon Pollard." The maid stood awaiting Instructions, but without a word Miss Carlisle rose and walked past her and down the stairs. Tho young man who rose at her entrance smilingly advanced a step toward bcr and then paused, looking at her expectantly. "Mr. Pollard?" she began Icily, but Mr. Pollard twice removed from the family feud was coming nearer, with a boyishly frank smile on his honest face. "Yes, Miss Carlisle, and I'm going to be your neighbor part of each year. May I hope that we shall be neighbors In truth and forget the unhappy relations ot our forefathers? Will you accept my apology for whatever folly was on my family's side and my forgiveness for any folly that may have been on your family's side?" Looking into those smiling eyes Miss Carlisle found It Impossible to glvo anything but an affirmative answer, although she felt that it was not she, but some strange woman, who replied. Just then Vlrgle cama through the hall and, catching a gllmpso ot tho visitor, surprised her aunt by greeting him In tho most cordial fashion. "Why, what an unexpected pleasure!" Vlrgle exclaimed. "Vlrgle." frigidly rebuked her aunt. "I was not aware that you wero acquainted with Mr. Pollard." Isn't that "Mr. Pollard? Indood! surprising? Why, auntie, this Is the same gentleman ot whom I told you Just now the one with Whom I had that foolish quarrel about the office walls." "You see, Miss Carlisle," explained Stanley Pollard, "we didn't learn each other's names, and perhaps that was lucky, or we might have formed a supplementary feud to that old feud that I'm asking you to forget." "Yes, auntie!" said Vlrgle, appeal-Ingly- , "see how easy It Is to avoid a feud when each concedes something to the other." "Yesl" she answered abruptly. He came up on to the veranda beside her. "I am Horace Davidson, and I represent the Ilurllngton and HartWoll road. But I've no doubt you have already guessed my Identity. I'm sorry it I kept you waiting. We had a blowouL Deucedly cold, Isn't It? Shall we go Inside?" "It Is colder tn there. Besides, our buslnoss Is outside, I believe." The wind waa screaming so be had to stand quite close to catch hor words. "An uncommonly pretty girl, by Jovo," he said to himself. A shrill whistle sounded In the distance, and both turned quickly. A big Interurban trolley car appeared around the curve of the road and aped on a raised track across tho open space below them. "Tho suit comes up next week, I believe," began Kathleen. "Unless you change your mind and bave It withdrawn." "Why should II" "To begin with, I don't think yon bavo much chance. "Is there no Justice In tho world. thon? What aro courta for?" "Justice," he answered. "No Judge can seo why a strip ot track should do any damage to a farm." "Perhaps ho can seo It It It Is ox plained to him that tho road got Its right of way under false pretense, that the track cut my father's farm In two to begin with, and that the raising ot It mado it Impossible to pasture a herd ot cows on one side with tho barn on tho other. A culvert would have ctfst us two thousand dollars, and tho company wouldn't pay 1L Further, when he saw In despair that his big dairy farm waa ruined, began to havo visions of a summer hotel and petitioned the company for a sta tion. Hut that waa refused, too. FTe was ruined financially and In health. He was too old to stand the blow, and be died." Horace Davidson was silent awhllo. Then, "Why don't you sail the place?' "I would If I could. No one will have It with that ugly raised track tn the wrong place.' He saw that she waa shaking with emotion and cold, "lilaa LswalL" he said more kindly, "attar all It waa foolish ot me to ask you to meet ma out here. We can talk better In my office tn town." The next morning. Horace Davidson waa having trouble about a button which had disappeared from hie over coat. "Evelyn," he begged his married sister, "will you sew a button on 'my overcoat If you happen to have anything at all that will match?" "Such shlftlessness! Where's your tailor? Take It up to tho sewing room, the proper place for such operations. You'll find someone there." So Horaco went upstairs and along a hall to a remoto cornor of tho great house, where ho had a vacuo Idea the sewing room was. An open door through which a light shone and the faint whir of a machine were his guides, and he soon found hlmelt watching a girl, her head and shoulders bent over the machine, a dark island In billows upon billows ot snowly.whlte stuff. "I beg your pardon," said Horace. Tho whir stopped and the girl looked around. It was Kathleen Lowell, Sho sprang up. Instantly recognizing him. "Mr. Davidson! How you startled me! Won't you alt down?" "Thank you, Miss Lowell. We seem destined to meet in whlto acres, although I must say this landscape Is warmer than tho last one. To explain my errand this time, I was told to como here to have a button sewed on. May I beg the favor?" Ho held out the coat ho bad been holding on his arm. Kathleen flushed. "Certainly. I'll do It right away. Have you tho button T" "No. I thought maybe thero might bo ono around that would match." "I'm afraid not. They are very odd. It'. IV. Marrow, CriithiHtc Optician (llMar Fitted. Hitllfaellfltl ()ltratltrMl Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. H. J. PATRICK. Dontlst. Kentucky V. H. Ptuut Lick. John fl. Casey, I). Grndtmtp Veterinary Surgeon. I'incinniiti Vctcrinnry College. Office at W. II. Hurtcn's Sale Stable. Night Phone 211. .J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Kcsidenee I'hone 3. Office I'hone 27 LANCASTKIt. KY. For All Kinds of ROUGH G. C. COX. Phone 229. 0fl, LUMBER. see Manse,Ky 8 to It4-7-U ,,ou" K a. m. p. m M. K. Decny and W. A. Wheeler Doctors Office; If fatal Swftry. Stormtt Unlldlugsrvi Han A Andr ou't nrmiar ritor. K ENT UCK Y. LA NC A STER. TREES Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts Frmtand ShadeTrees Strawberry Plants, Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies Everything for Orrlinrri. Lnwu nni) H.F.IIillenmeyer 1841. & Sons. 191G Lexington. Kentucky. Oh, I beliovo Why, yes! I found ono W. I, LmvHon unci nun. Howard Kin, In the station yesterday and put It In Miss Carrie IlouMen, J. II. KlKsby. my bag. It's up In tho schoolroom C. Itiusby, John ltlchurdson, with my things. I'll get It. You see, J. A. C. Miles, J. II. Woods. I'm tho children's governess." Jno. M. Farra. He looked his surprise and Inquiry, J. II. Thompson, David Steven. "This is extra you see!" she ex- II. U Kelly. S. C. Hlgsby. plained. "I teach days and sew nights.' Frank Thompson. "And all this because the road ran D. M. Anderson. J. II. Thompson. Davis Sutton Am and Kd Ilourno. through your farm and ruined It I" 8he looked away and didn't answer, Mrs. J. Wade Walker. A new look had come Into the man's tfe will add other names for 23 cents eyes, stern and determined. "Give cash. me that coat. Miss Lowell. I'll sew on my own button." She handed It warnThe undersigned hereby not to trespass Unn purpose whatever &a all oiTcmlvrs to fill law. Hunters and. lst Fishermen eecia!ly take notice. Kd& N II Trice !. I,. K'lkin W. It, Cook. Mrs. lieheccn J. West. II. C Arnold. James (,. Conn, J. C. Morgan, J. I'. Ilia ml. I.onir I Iron J. II. and W. S. Weaver W. T. West. J. lloolh Sutton. e POSTED ing to all persons our lamls tor any we will proaerute extent of 0- - i over wondering. "You go home now and stay the rest of the winter. When spring comos, move back Into your home In tho coun- try. I'll answer for the road. I'm a big stockholder myself. I am going to make It my bualness to see that you aro treated properly," (Copyright. HIS. by the McClure Syndicate.) Nawspa-pe- 1 1 An . You a Woman 1 r Sigi of Gord Digestion. Hew To Prevent Croup. Jffftrson lllrall-frmm School Lav. COUrLlTK TWO YK4UU;iUIC,! rr. 1.1. 11. 1 Ufa im o jvm l. I. 1. Hx. tad tprtn. Jam. I. IV.D.rM lof tftt la U.ULm, AuoMMUMuvuruuwJtUrKe Milt Tuktiva llbrkrifM. fcu.J.1 Phone 43 " !!rc. )HL4calwinftb4 4? lMluu ft. ELLIOTT FEKlUCT, Cvk-- -. ft. For all Kinds of Job Printing. When the child is subject to attscks of croup, see to it that he eats a light evening meal, as an overloaded stomach may bring on an attack, also watch for the first symptom hoarseness, and give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as Obsoon as the child becomes hoarse, Obtainable everywhere. tainable everywhere. and hspry Wl en you ne m cho-rfold ladv yiu may know that she hfi good dilation If your diKestieu Is Impaired or If you do not relish your meals take a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. They strengthen the stomach, improve the digestion and cause a gentlement movement of the bowels. RCCIPK FOil CSIAY HAlRi To half pint ot uulur add 1 oi. liar Rum. a aiimll box of lUrUi Compound, and K os. of lib c nine. Apply to tha hair twice a week until It becomes the dealrcd hade. Any druiiuist can put this up or you can roll It at lioin at very little cost. Pull directions for maxinf and use coma In each box of Oarbo Compound. It will gradually darken streaked, faded (ray hair, and ramovea dandruff. It Is exctN lent (or falling- - hair and will make harsh hair soft and gloaajr. It will not color the scalp, la not sticky or creasy, aad does . m uan aft Thi Worm's Tonic IW SALE rat oC at tt ML WNKTS The Central Record, Thursday Men 2 1916. Page. 7 To The Tobacco Growers of Garrard and Adjoining 6oun ties i 1 We wish to express our appreciation for the business you have given us this year. Our business relations with you for the past five years has proven that we will always give you the highest market price for your tobacco and the ONE MILLION pounds that we bought of you this year attests that we are liberal buyers. We will be in the market for your tobacco next fall. t C. A Speith Sl Company, Managers. CHILDREN In Lancaster as NO EXCEPTION Elsewhere From Yonth Kidney GTJNN'S CHAPEL. DYER, TENN., MAN STANFORD Anottici and Smith Lung Tonic. Relief For Lung Troubles, Coughs, Colds, Hoarsness, Whooping Cough Age Suffer Alike Mr. Ed Chandler has had 'grip'. Mrs. Jake Hurt is still very ill. Mirs Sallie Lou Teater has been ill Weakness. Is your child weak, frail and pale? No con'rol o.'er the kidneys' nctlon? Kidney weakness in a serious thing par too serious to overlook. It may mean a life of sickliness. Profit by Lancaster experiences. Use Doan's Kirney I'ills. Endorsed by Lancaster parents. Read this Lancaster mother's en- Bronchial Soreness Affection. and Lung Contnins no Dope nor Tnr or Crensotc. Prepared with care by Dr. T. B. Smith the originator of Smith Agricultural Liniment, 48 years test has proven the best. Sold at dorsement: Mrs. II. (,. Crutchrteld, Stanford St.. Lancaster, says: "My hoy was greatly He troubled by his back and kidneys. did not have proper control over the kldrey secretions, which caused no end of annoyance. The child also looked badly and I was constantly wonied about hit health. I began giving Doan's KiJney I'ills to him with such good results that he is now e great deal bet- Stormes' Drug Store, Lancaster. Read what others any about the Lung Tonic Relief In the year 1698. Mm T. J. llach, of Jackson. Ky.. was very low with conumtlon, and five doctors consulting mid the couM not live thirty days. They advised her to go to Arizona; he refused and requested her husband to get Her n gallon of Smith's Lung Tonic, which ilio took. It cured her. She is now a well wntnnn. In 1912 the reeted the circumstance to Dr. Smith, saving: "You saved my life. I am now in erfect health ami have never been troubled since you cured me." ter," Price fiOc, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mrs. Poster-Mil-bur- n Crutchfield recommends. Co., Props, llulialo. N. Y. see THE NATIONAL BANK OH I.ANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. R JENIJY. President J. K. STOKMES. Surplus $30,000. It. 1, Jmhrv, Ass't Cashier. Vice Pres't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. J. I. (III.!., Safety Samual Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUJt For Rent. I1US1NESS. Alex it. Denny. D. Cochran, J. II. I'osey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny, J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. W. 9. RieiEY. Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ollicc Plume 18. Resilience Phone 9!J. HONOR ROLL. KY. Citizens National Bank OK I.ANCASTEII. Capital $50,000. U. Surplus $50,000. r. J. J. WALKER, Vice Prest. P. HUDSON. President. Joe J. Walker, Jr., W. 0. l'.lONEV, Ass't Caah'r. W. P. CHAM!', Cashier. When a bank's surplus equals Iti capital It Is placed on tlio HONOR ROLL of bank. Such an institution in a community Is a credit and assures that the bank la SAFE, SOUND and SECUItE. We aro better prepared than ever to accomodate our customer In every way consistent with sound financial principles and we thank our friends and customers for their aid In assisting us in attaining thli high position on the Honor Roll. Powder was used in relatives here. Relief from rheumatism and sciatica its preparation aad Congressman Harvey Helm has reLOWELL TE ATE RS VILLE can be obtained hv drinking lemonade both the above named turned to Washington D. C, after a ladies heartily recomMr. and Mrs. Sam Hardin visited his and avoiding alcoholic drinks. Mr. Wm Hurte has been on the sick short stay here. To get rid of this stubborn disease, mend Calunent Rakmother Sunday. list for several days. Miss Elizabeth Givens of Hubble is ing Powder for its however; to stop the twinges, pain and Mr. James Hume sold some slioats to Little Ruth Iloiun has been quite sick spending several days with Miss Sue swelling, and drive the oisonous accu purity, wholesomeness Will I. aim at $7.75 per head. but is some better at this writing. Taylor Engle.man. g mulations from the joints and muscles, economy and Mr. and Mrs. Euil Prewitt spent all generously-inclineMr. Jim Davis purchased a nice O. G. Speaks of Kansas, who is here druggist will results. These Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Nat Prewitt tell you to take half a teaspoonful for a stort stay, was in Lancaster last ladies use Calumet exof horse from Mr. Roy Davis for $125. Mr and Mrs. Carl lluker visited hir Rheumn daily until all misery ceases. clusively In all their Last Wednesday morning train No, week on business. parents Mr. and Mrs. Elijah linker, Itluuma is u powerful remedy, be 10 killed a valuable mule belonging to work. Misses Mary and Ella Wayne of near Saturday Mid Sunday. Highest Received cause onfy a powerful remedy can over Mr. Tom Kuhlman. Award Danville, have been the guests of Mrs. World's Pure Pood Exposition, Mr. and Mrs. Andy Matlock and come such a terrible disease; but Mr. and Mrs. Ancil Parks and two John Spoonamore. Chicago; Paris Exposition, children were visitors of Mr. anil Mrs. Rheuma acts setdilv the first dose children cf Richmond silent the week Mr. J. II. Worner has been confined Prance, March, 1912. taken and you'll know that vou will end with their parents. Conard Jones Suw'ay. to his room for several days on account a roi soon be your healthy, happy self again. Mr. and Mrs. Ployd Ray are the proud Miss Lucy Coldiron returned home of an attack of appendicitis. R. E. McRoberts and all druggists parents over the arrival of h little girl Sunday after several weeks stay with Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Pence and Miss know what Rheumn will do, for they on the 23rd. The little Miss has been her sister, Mrs. Jim Uutner. CARTERS VILLE. Sue Taylor Engleman were in Louisville ' sell a great deal of it anil guarantee named, Thelmu Daphne. Mr. T. It. Kuhlman has accepted the to see the "Mirth ef a Nation". that two 50 cent bottles will overcome Misses Marie and Mabel Prewitt en agency for the L. & N. railroad campa Mr. J. D. Carter sold 17 shoats to J. rheumatic agony or money back. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Clarke and daugh- U. Davis for 7c. tertaii.ed at their home Sunday the folny after Mr. E. Davis resigned. St. ter. Miss Margaret, left Saturday for lowing guests, Misses Cora and Lizzie Mrs. Myrtle Turner who has been Mr. Alex Little bought a small cotRogers, Oin. i and Lillian Com p ton, tage from Mr. Sterling Davis, which he their new home at Millersburg. very sick is improving. MT.JIEBRON llerthu and Steilu Pas', Iva Paral and Miss Elizabeth Pickett has returned will tear down and rebuild on his farm Mr. C. S. Roop sold a fine cow to Allie II. Hume, Ida lluker, Mary II. Mr. G A. Ilruce is very sick Mr. D. W. White has sold his farm to her home in Lexington after a visit Lim Pennington for $35. Hurdin and Purie Prewitt, Messrs. Mr. Kdd Grow bought six shoats near here to Mr. Henry Cornett from to her sister, Mrs. Will Severance Mrs. Joe Smith who has been very-sicWillie, Hubert and Sam Lung, Sydnie from Mr. Isaac Montgomery for $22. Harlan, possession to be given March Misses Margaret and Ruth Reck have is better at this writing. Ilaker, Virgil ami Jasper Sebastian, Mrs. Telitha Scrivener of Mo., spent 10th. returned home after a visit to their Cameron and Hascom Pretvilt. Miss Susie Davis was the guest of a part of last week with her sister-iQuite a number ef our people attend sister, Mrs. Will Davis Bt Somerset. Miss Cora Roop Saturday night. law, Mrs. James Stone. ed the drawing in Lancaster last Mon When to Take Chamberlain's Tablets. Wm. G u'mea and R. M. Newland Miss Susie Davis was the guest ot day, but none were lucky enough to were in Lexington Mr. Jesse Duncan and family of Lock last week attending Miss Maggie Carter last Wednesday. Vli4n you feel dull and stupid after 8, are moving to the farm of Messrs bring home a prize. Mutual Life InsuranceCo, banquet. the eating. R. L. and W. II. llurton neui lleuna Mr. Arthur Hurte, and niece. Miss Mrs. Mattie Green and children of Mrs. Margaret Kern Parks and son. When constipated or bilious. Vista. , Clara llettis of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania near Lancaster were the guest of her Thomas Leon, of Perryville, have been When you have a sick headache. brother Mr. Jeff Davis and family last Mrs. Harrison Preston is quite sick. arrived last Wednesday for an extend When you have u sour stomach. the guests of Mrs. J. R. Powell and Wednesday night. Miss l.ida May Murphy is confined to ed visit to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hurte, Sr. family. When you belch after eating. her room with grip and Mrs Theophilus Mr. Roy Davia of Pruuklin, Ohio who Mrs. Julia Weddle seems to be the When you have indigestiun. Miss Margaret Warren who is teach Slier row. Is numbered with the sick. has been here visiting his father, reWhen nervous or despondent. ing at Columbus Ohio, has been here earliest one in our neighborhood in the turned home Monday, Ho was accom Mrs. Joseph Rogers aim Mrs. J. A. When oii have no relish fur your the guest of her mother, Mrs. Charlotte garden line she has sowed her lettuce Clark of Danville and Mrs. Telithu panied home by his brother. Mr. Cleve and planted her peas. meals. Davis who went there with the expec Warren. Scrivener of Mo., were the guests of When your liver is torpid. Mr. J. N. Allen and family left last Mrs. O. P. Huirman has returned Mr. and Mrs. W. 1.. Grow Saturday tation of locating. Obtninuble everywhere. home from from Lexington after a week for Illinois where they intend to night and Mr. and Mrs. Eld Grow Sun We regret very visit to her brother, Col. M. P. Elkin mske their home. day night. much to give them up. FONSO. and family. EXPLAINS WHY MEN Messrs Ernest Montgomery and Win, The Rev. J. M. Robinson and Rev. Miss Nora Sims and James G. Martin, Stony Point School will begin Mon Unslott Have just received two nice botli of the New Salem section were J. J. Thominson, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Poland China gills from Mr. J. R. Law, day, March Oth. ARE GROWING BALD. married last week. Mrs. Mary Smock, Allen and Mrs. Jeff Davis were the 11a en wood Mo, for which they Miss Margaret Scott of Ltxingtou Is son", Thousands of men aro growing bald uged 41) and J. L. Wells, a widower of guest of Mrs. Susie Renfio last Thurs. paid $15 npieej day. at liumo for u short stay. every day and don't know the reason 57, were married by Judge Uailey. Mr, K. I. Montgomery purchased why. Mnny of them never e'.'pect to Miss Mary llarr is at home after u Mrs. Dora Davis, Misses Pearl L'uvis M Estrage Alford was envicted of the and Erlle Davis, Mrs. U. 0. Montgomery of Iluenn pleasant visit with friends and relatives froii John Davis and save even what hair is left. voluntary manslaughter of Oliver daughter Vi.i ,. ,miruf work mules, price $325. in Richmond. Kate, and Mrs. Mattie Green This is indeed pity says a specialist lu contemplates fanning with Ills because baldnessa usually comes from Smith, of near McKinney last June, by wete the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Rud j Mr. Tray lor West bus returned to his a jury in Circuit court here this term. brother Mr. w. U. Montgomery at carelessness and anyone who gives Starnes last Wednesday. the His sentence was fixed homo after a delightful stay with his LockS. at confinement scalp a little attention uliould always an in Tho protracted metting at Carters aunt iind uncle, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. the state penitentiary for a period of Mr. and Mrs. Herod Rains, nee Miss abundance of good healthy hair. ville is progressing nicely, but In splte-o- f Dust not less than 16 Palmer. nor more than 21 years Christine Stone, left Tuesday for a few and dirt help to cause baldness by clogthe bad weather there has been a Messrs Charlie Lee, Robert Palmer, days visit with her sister, Mrs. Sam ging the pores in the scalp and giving The case was hard fought in circuit Irrge congregation present. Rev. J.J. Gcq, (lamer, Willie Henderson, Jacob Dalton in Laurel county. They will the dandrulf germs fertile ground for court for two days. Thominson, of Georgetown is with us. White and J, A. Scott were in town then go to Pinevllle where they will The Woman's Club, of Stanford held breeding. Monday for the drawing. reside. The treatment is very simple: Sham its annual election of officers on WedMr. Roy Adams of thla place and Mrs poo at least once In ten days and de nesday. The following officers were Rank Foolishness. Jennings, a young widow of Carters-villstroy the (aiidruUetms by applying elected; President, Mrs. J. G. Carpen were married on Saturday, Peb. You occasionally see It stated that frequently Parisim Sage, a delightful, ter; Pirst Vice President. Mrs. W. N. 19th. His many frends and neighbors col s do not result from cold weather. efficient preparation that R. E. Mc- Craig; Second Vice President, Mrs. T. wish them a long, luppyand prosperous That is rank foolishness. Were It true Roberts is now recommending HIGHEST PRICES PAID as the W. Pennington; Recording Secretary, life. colds would be as prevalent in midsumRioilitaiK M.II.J ea Dj surest treatment to stop falling hair, Miss Ophelia Lackey; Corresponding Sbipaiat U Mr. and Mrs. Palmer entertained at mer as in midwinter. The microbe to remove dandruir and to refresh and Secretary, Mrs. E. J. Howeustiue; Rook, In honor of their nephew, Tray that causes colds flourishes in clamp, Invigorate the hair roots. No CommusioH to Pay Chairman of Program Committee, Mrs. lor West, on Tuesday evening the fol- cold weather. To get rid of a cold lake The cost of a generous bottle of W. A. Tribble; Delegate to State ConWrit for PrU. LUt and lowing; Misses Nannie, Margaret, Nel- Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. 3aJpis Tm It is Parisian Sage is very little and drug vention, Mrs. E. C. Walton, with Mrs. lie and Callie Scott, and Lucile Lackey, effectual and is highly recommended by gists everywhere havu been authorized J. S. Rice alternate; Press Reporter, Messrs Richard Lackey and Traylor people who have used It for many years to offer it with guarantee to ferfect Mrs. S. M, Saullev: Treasurer, Mrs. A. LUUUU4 MM Wmb4 West. All report a pleasant evening as occasion required, and Know ita real satisfaction or tneney returned. C. Hill; Librarians, Misses Uettle and LOUISVILLE. KY. pent. Value. Obtainable everywhere. Mattie Paxton. never-failind i I 1 k ' 2 the past week. Mrs. purest Stapp of Lancaster was the guest of Mrs. Drew Davis recently, Miss Thelma Simpson was the guest of Miss Lenna Ilollon, Saturday night. Misses Zula and Mattie Calico visited their sister, Mrs. Jesse LaUon, Tues day. Messrs Harmon and Hunter Davis sold some hogs to Mr. Porest Stapp at 7i cents. Some of our young folks were pleas antly entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Ray, Tuesday enening, Mr. Dock Simpson was visiting Mr. and Mrs. Willie Ilerryman on Silver Creek, Monday. Mrs. Ilerryman has been ill for some time. The spring term of school will begin manent results for stomach, liver and Monday March Cth. Mr. C. J. Davis Intestinal ailments. Eat as much and will teach a't Ruckeye. and Miss Lenna whatever you like. No more distress) Ilollon will finish the school at Testers- - after eating, pressure of gas In the stomach and around the heart. Getono ville. bottle of your druggist now and try tt on an absoluto guarantee If not satis factory money win bo returned. SAYS DRINK LEMONADE Por sale by R. E. McRoberts and all FOR RHEUMATISM. other reliable druggists. Mrt. Lilhe Holizcl.iw is visiting Mrs. Will Rigney at Hustonville. Mrs. W. R. Rice of Iuisville, has J. T. Cattleman Finds Hope Fulfilled been the guest of Mrs. Susan Yeager. After Passing Threescore Yean. Mrs. 11. D. Carter is visiting her g. J. T. Castleman of Dyer, Tcnn., mother, Mrs. Sallie Goode at Mitchells-bursuffered from stomach derangements for forty years, taking all sorts of Mr. and Mrs. Will Riire of Hustonmedicine, following all kinds of med- ville have been the guests of Mrs. Jesical advice. sie Stagg. In all tbo forty years, ho said, ho Mrs. W. D. Welburn is visiting her never bad a real good day until ho tried Mayr's Wonderful Remedy. Then parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Pruitl ut ho discovered something. Let his let- Moreland. ter tell about It: Little Miss Margaret Traylor, who "The first doso of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy caused gall stones to pass has been quite ill for several days is from me. I am feeling much better improving. than I have ever before. I am 04 Miss Amanda Goggin of Louisville, years old and I had never before d is the guest ot Dr. T. W. Pennington one whole good day. "I would not clve the one botllo and family. you sent me for all the drugs and doc-- ! Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Wray of Danville tors medicine that Is made. have been the guests of his sister. Mrs Mayr's Wonderful ncmedy gives per I. M Bruce. SUFFERED 40 YEARS Testimonial for CALUMET BAKING POWDER The President's Wedding Cake was prepared by Mrs. Marian Cole Fiher and Miss Pansy Ilowen, both of whom are known through- Miss Jennie Newland was the weekend guest of Mr. and Mrs. Oppie Brown at Lancaster. Mrs. Ed Wilkinson has returned home to Mrs. A. R. Dillion at Crab Orchard. Miss Mae Phelps of Richmond, is the guest of Mrs. Richard Hocker and other after a visit out the United States as experts in Domestic Science work. This Wilson Gait Wedding Cake was worthy of the occasion in every respect. Calumet Baking Ill Rtid ESabel&Soss Page 6 The oentra. Record, Thursday Mch 2 191 tJ.? First Patent Flour $6.75 Per Barrel HUDSON, Dealers in FARMER'S COLUMN i 44444 High-Grad- e FLOUR, FIELD SEEDS II' 1 11 HUGHES & FARNAU. & COAL. .Ill 111 Phone IIiii 26. Lancaster, Ky. SOME COURT DA. I1I Ml 1 1 M H-- l lt-- r L. 04446904 Last Mondav Brought Five Thousand People THY NEIGHBOR 44444444444v Jo Town. By IZOLA FORRESTER. paee betow ttala heading la for the exclu ire ute of onr farmer anbacrtbera. and 1c for the .Ale of itocfc. ci.irT and saph thing on farm aa Hie farmer ciuinot Afford to adrer tlie. No notice will be accented orer tour llDea, and will be only In two laanea of the wU acoan, free of charge Fresh Jersey cows for sale. O. U. Swinebroad. FOR SALE:-- 6 peafowls. Phone 357-W. A. Henderson, Lowell. Ky. .Bring me vour ShoulJer meat., High W. B. Hull est market price paid. For Sale or trade;-Tw- o Rood brood mares, in foal to jack. J. A. Conn, Jr. good, Hot Blast Florence ForSale;-heater, number 53. Apply at this office. me White Wyndott Roos For ters. Robt Fox, Marksbury, Ky. Sale-So- Mrs. G. A. Ballard of Paint Lick has eggs for setting, from Rn.glet Barred Rocks, for sale. For Sal;.Silyer-Ueper setting 60 cents. d Wyanatyt eggs S, L. Lay tog, Nina, Ky. r'or Sslet-Callc- o M. S. Sesd corn- Smpion, LinCMsr, R R 8. Rout 1, White Burlty Jerry Hlgtlm, pure Imported seed for salt, lomt bitobacco Mr. S, G, Ettas, who Uvea on Route 3, lias a nice thre year old rn,are and a good seven year old work mule for sale. ferry Tuggle has 30 bushels of home grown timothy seed for sale. Write him at Marksbury if you want some good seed. "Big" Jim'Thompson, at Preachers-ville, has five sows to farrow in a few weeks, oi.e sow with six pigs and a nice boar, all Duroc's. He wants to sell them bad. Unquestionably last Monday was the banner court day crowd in the history of Kentucky "court days". Long be fore nine o'clock the streets and roads leading into the city was crowded with wogons. buggies, horseback riders and footmen. Several hundred mules Were on the market and about one hundred sold at fairly good prices. The mul and horse sale nheriisrd by J. I Hamilton and W II. Burton was u success and the promoter wire pleated with most of the rales. Auctioneer Bourne whs at his best and dld'nt let any grass grow under hi feet during the sale and much credit is due him for the masterly manner in which he conducted his work. Here are some of his sales; Wits Itoer. pair mules. $300; N. K. Bog'e, pair $220; Rob't Rankin, pair $210; J. H. Ruble, pair $2a7.50; Millard lUmm, one $142.50; Smith Uaukhmun, pair $312.50; Monte Fox. pair, $320; Pi.il Ilrown, one $87.60; G. W. Thompson, pair $342 50; Wood Burnside, one $123; C. P. Currans, pair $200; Monte Fox, one$t70; Rufus Moss, pair, $300; Ed Hughes, one $137.50; Ctus Dean, one $152.50. W. B. Burton sold the following: Roy Schooler, pair $202.50; Perry Tug-glpair $375; Mitch Taylor, one $272.- 5,i; uUo the following horses; two to E Hughes, prictt $245; Ed Holtzclaw, cn $110; Hunter Peel, one $107.50 and one to W. J. Rogers for $90. Mr. Bur ton sold privately a pair of mules to Chas Dean for $320 and bought one, a good one, of Ed Holtzclaw for $190; and a nice pair ot L. K. Perkins for $300. G. B. Swinebroad, who hat the nest herd of Jeriey's in the state sold two nice caws to Richard Gentry, of Boyle, tor $185 Ashby Arnold sold 50 ewes with fifty lamb thrown in, to 13. A. Swinebroad. for $10 a head. N H. IVel, of Jessamine, bought fcu'calvary horses at an nveruge of $97.50 each. Floyd Runnels, bought a plug mule for $50 and a horse from Lincoln party, for ", 1 "f $100. FOR SALE:-22- 5 bales of timothy hay. Benedict and of Junction City, Mrs. Anna Hubble, Hubble, Ky. sold a French Coach stitlliou to E. L. Woods, for $102, to other parties thev FOR SA e nice baled Ttmnthy sold pair a of mules for $170, h bay HyG. . Sutton, colt for $75, a grey gelding for $90 mid Preachersville, Ky. a plug for $15. J vV. Palmer sold a pair of mules to J. II, Uoggins, for Tor Sale or Trade. $280, a nice mare mule to John C. A Sure Hatch Incubator holds 220 Robinson for $140 ami u pair of mules Virgil to W. T. Doolin. for $301. eggs cheap if taken at once. Gastineau bought a nice mule ot N'eiit L. B. Raney, Doolin, for $105; Ueorgu Hall it nlr of Lancaster, Ky.. R. F. D. 3. Ed. Husking, for uj. Frank Arnold LOST:-I!etwec- n Lancaster and Buck- sold a dandy pair to .Monte Fox, fir eye on Friday Feb. 18, a tarpaulin. $350. R. E. lLigheJ sold an aged pair Would appreciate its return very much. to J. I. Hamilton, for $150 and Dock Hendreii one to Jem. Gulley for $98. John Land, Very few cattle on the market, but Lancaster, Ky., Route 3. what whs lacking in quantity was fully made up in quality with the 39 head Founded Great Society. which Ruliriooii and Oatts. of Uole M. Dunant, the founder ot the Rod sold to William Simpson, of McCreary, Cross, bestowed his entire fortune on various charities, and subsequently for $33.60 a bend. They were of the th-hreceived a pension from the empress Hereford treriluig ui.d cuiitidrit-that has been on the market hoiu of Russia, lie, no doubt, had little effect that fur some time. idea of the his suggestion would bring about, tor there Is no section ot the world that hns not been reached In some way or other by this great International char-ltabl- o organization, and millions ot dollars have been spent for relief Having decided to move Went, I will work. sell at public auction, nt In) homo in McCreary, 6 miles north of Lancaster AT on Buckeye pike, on IMPLEMENTS PUBLIC SALE. FARMING BARGAINS; Clover Leaf manure npreader. priic-ticalbrand new. Superior smsll grain drill, in perfect condition, used only one farm wagon, with season. Two-hors- e new body and hay frame. Double harness for farm wagon team. All from R, E. Hughes farm on Lexington pike. Offered for sale, singly or collectively, on easy terms; Negotiable notes to run six or nine months, bearing C per cent interest, or cash. Implements stored at warehouses of Call by Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. phone 20 or drop In their office on Crab Orchard street, Lancaster Ky. 4th. 1910. beginning at one o'clock, the following personal property: One good work horse, 9 years old: 1 bay horse work anywhere, 0 years old and sound; 1 Jersey cow, good milker Brown with young calf; 1 Manly cultivator; 1 Vulcan Plow; 1 HilUide Plow; 1 Disc Harrow; Drag Harrow; 2 double shovel plows; 1 single wagon, good shape; shovel; 1 1 set wagon luineiin, cost $10, good as new; buggy harness; plow geur and other tools and implements. Terms made known on day of sa'e, C. C HARNETr CapL A. M. Bourne, Auctioneer. SATURDAY. two-horstwo-hors- e MARCH ' beth Into tho most perplexing situations was nor habit of Jumping at conclusions. So now, as she was mounting tho stairs to her studio suite and heard a decided moaning behind tho doors of No. 9, she went straight up the hallway and tapped on the door. "Plcaso, please go away," came a smothered, tearful sort ot voice from within. Whereupon Elizabeth felt capable and protecting, and sho spread her wings at onca In brooding fashion over the unknown neighbor In evident distress. But Elizabeth was gently, firmly Insistent, and finally the door opened. On the couch, face down In Its pillows, was her girl neighbor. Uesldo her on the table lay many parcels, and standing by the door which ho had Just opened was a young man, gloomy and thoroughly resentful of the Intrusion. "Why, I'm sorry I thought you were alone," faltered Elizabeth. "No, I'm with her," returned tho young man grimly. "But she does not approve of men. She has lived alone in this Infernal little dumping ground of art and starred." Elizabeth looked at him fixedly, as she would bare' at any strange new specimen. The young man went on to Elizabeth: "I knew there was something wrong, and I came up to see how she was getting along. I found out she hadn't eaten in two days. And she refused to let me take her out and teed her np or lend her any money. So I went out and bought up things and brought them back, and now she's Insulted." "It was brutal of you." Tho girl sat up, and pushed back her hair. Really, she was awfully pretty at short range. Sho fairly glared at tho young man. "Did I ever give you tho least reason even to Imagine you could buy me groceries?" Well, that's all right, too." re turned the young man. "But what I want to know Is this where do I stand?" On your own feet. Just I intend to stand on mine," came back bis answer swiftly. "You told me you would never allow a wife ot yours to peddle pictures around magazine offices " "Neither would I," came back tho decided answer. "Why should you? I havo plenty for us both, more than nlcnty. You may paint and exhibit If rou like. You don't have to peddle." "I prefer Independence In matrimony. So long as I have a special ".t " 'Hut you haven't. J appeal to this lady, your neighbor. Uiok at her pit tures!" ho pointed n rou ml the studio. "Look at them. Seventeen thousand other girls all over tho civilized world Could paint Just s well as sho can. That may be exaggerated slightly but It Is partly true. Sho Is not a guil us. Is sho?" Kltrnbrth felt delightfully Inclined to laii ,h and agrco with him. Tho pointings and sketches around tho studio wero lacking in everything that wont tor success. And tho girl wait so pretty and so fearfully suro ot herself. "Can't you compromise?" sho asked "That Is, If you euro for hlru at nil." "Oh. I caro for him," retorted tho .;lrl scornfully. "That is why ho knows ho can come hero and worry mo. I'm engaged to bo married to him. I can't escape him." "Why not break tho engagement?" She looked at tho young man thoughtfully. Ho stood with both hands In bis pockets, hopeful, but aggressive. "Slio's tried that," he answered briefly. "I won't? let her. I am absolutely certain that sho loves mo and will bo happy with mo ultimately. But, meantime, I rcfuso to let her starve." "Then I'll toll you a way out. Marry her. Let her keep up her work hero. Don't Intorfcro with her. Fix up some attractive homo elsowhcro It you llko, or take a hotel suite. And gradually win her." Elizabeth paused, fairly glowing over her plan. Romance bad not como to her. She was rather plain and too delightful to help clover, but It others. "I'll go upstairs and start making tea, and I want you both to com up la tUtsMt minutes. TJien you iinnfffiiniiiiimii Perhaps the fault which led Eliza- I , , ni and thicker they cam and a hilt HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. Morton said no more, the way This Agreement Witnesseth; That hs almost lifted Jann along the walk and up the broad steps gave, her such in order to protect the game on our a manured feeling that she didn't Inrals for a period of three years we By EL8IE SEE. carer whether sho won tho oM position bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor or not. permit anybody else to do so, and we HH Thrrw was an hour to wait. Many further ngree to with diliJane landed In tho little capital city people wero about and her opponent gence all persons who violate the game Rut her the Sunday night before the leglsta-- I was smiling on everybody. ture opened. It was tho first timo In smites did not keep her from mealing lw of Kentucky tr trespass upon our her lite sho had registered at a hotel. many an anxious glance toward the lands fur the ptirtci of hunting. Aim She saw groups of men ami over door of the caucus chamber whire tho we further agrre t act as Deputy vote was being taken. Jane's orer (inme Wardens for the purpose of carheard ennueh of their ranYpraxtlnn to learn that many ot them wero wrought nerves were near rolhtpso rying out this agrretnenL Except nreh when the senator from her district of us have the right to kill rabbits t.n Ilka herself. Shu beran to wish sho had not let Amy Mason camo out from the caucus chamber. our .'arms or permit it to bo done by persuade her to run for senate tiling Fat, red fared, and tired, his appear- anothrr under our supervision, or clerk In order to make some easy ance showed that the fight was over, of some responsible and. and Jane thought he looked like a money. reliable person selected by us. innV.nl i whlpred man. He tolled slowly down .i.nn nmi,i th.t tfc..A This November 16th, 1915. (Copyright. 1911. by the MrClure Newspa ng we or me senate cnamccr over the register and buttonholed all per cmuicaie.i It. L. Klkin. J. 11 Robinson,. lobby, , unin he tho legislators who entered the J no". M. Farm. W. II. Brown. "Miss Oray." he said slowly, "at Conscientious Burglar. Next morning the lobby of tho hotel, i Alex Walker, thn headnuiriura for lerlatators. . eleventh hour you won. I managed tO' W. II. Burton. A burglar at Wichita returned a T. A. Elkln. was put It o!f for the last office to be voted Ilaveldrn Bros , package of cigarettes he had stolen lobbyists and and as I'd lost on two others the J. II. Pulton. on, F. M. Tinder. from a home there with the statement crowded with many kinds ot men. Ixigan Hubble, Across the lobby In the center of a senators stood by roe on this. Let me John II. Smith, that his conscience would not permit congratulate you."' (!. M. Deshon, him to smoke cigarettes. J. ST. Km. Those group ot deferential men. Jane saw a ICopjrtclit. lilt, by tbm MrClur Nawapa-t- r Fisher Herring, gtrl chaperoned Wichita burglars always were a con- dainty II. B. Cox, BnuVmtr.) by a handsome matron. Later, sho scientious lot. Kansas City Star. Hughes Bros, J. w. Sweeney, found that the girl was Miss Mayo, Withers Bros. W. M. Mahan. For Iran Rust on Napkin. her opponent, who waa running: Cor Moisten the spots with soft water, Willism. Marcus nxl Jim White. Queen Ants That Lived Long. When Jane saw how wil II. F. Wilmot, J, D. Pope. cream of tartar and then salt on Queen ants have been known to live tho senators seemed to know her fair rub Mrs. D.vid Chenault, fifteen years. opponent and how well the opponent both sides and place In tho sun to Frail J. Conn, dry. 4 J, tV.. EtasM. W. R, Coo, seemed to know the "ropes," she fIt T. Huffman Bros, Rankin. that her chances were like those ot a And Scarce. Sam Cotton. Wra, G. Anderson. E Plurlbus Unum. poor, unknown gray dove against a Welcome Is that visitor who appreThe Latin phrase "K Plurlbus T. M. Arnold. Jr. W. It. Moss brilliant bird ot paradise. ciates tho value ot another's time. Jno. M. Whits. She regretted having allowed Amy Unum," means "From Many, Ono." It R. E. Henry. Selected. to persuade her to get Judge Morton's Is the motto ot the United States, ss A. D. Bradshaw, Bright Herring, support for the position. Sho now felt being ono nation, though composed ot R. U Barker. Harm Density Old Fable. many states. Tho expression Is found frightened than when she hail Tho story of tlfo. hare and tho tor- mora timidly Into office. Hut originally In n Latin poem entitled Weeds. walked toise has dono a groat deal ot harm his cordial assurance his support had "MoTctum," supposed to havo boon Tho earlier you get the upper hand of In encouraging people to bet on long written bj- tho poet Virgil. of tho seeds, the mom you lessen their put her at ease there. He had told shots. later power of mischief. This Is truo her that In order to be elected filing ot other soil besides! that ot the gar clerk she would have to secure thu Where the Fault Lay. den. Ynula'a Companion. vote of a majority of the Republican Encouragement Wins. "Pardon me," said the drummer, ' The men who ara lifting the world senators, ot whom there wero twenty-t- "but somehow your courthouse looks As she was acquainted with upward and ouv.artl aro those who en wo. Need Innocent Amusement. lo bo In the wrong place?" "Nopol" courage, mora than criticize. Elizaonly one senator. Amy's uncle, the replied thn landlord of tho Petunia ' It Is dntag so mo service to human prospect did not look bright, but Judge tavern. "What makes It look so Is lty to amse innocently. They know beth Harrison. Morton spoke encouragingly and told that the town Is In the wrong placo but llttlo of society who think we her many preliminary steps to tako Q mako the rourthoua look In tho can bear to bo alwaya employed, Making Complete Change. securing Indorsements from prom!- - right place." Kansas City Star. either In duties or meditation, withOne suro way to chango a knocker by nent men who had been her father's out ri!aiatk)ii.-I- I. Moro. to a booster Is to lead tho conversation around fi as to get him to talk- friends. Through It all Jane kept thinking JACK FOR LIFTING VEHICLES I Sounded Lil.e Home nrult. ing about himself. that Judge Morton seemed so much A French c.iir.er recently attended ! yrmnger than ahe had thought him, for Handy Device May Be Constructed a reception at tho homo of a woman To Repair a Stove. when he had helped administer her fannten ror l.er harttlmrmlfmati.H Th'i Out of Biards That big crack In your stove may ther's estate she was fifteen, and as a hostess tiid to converse with ho Hay Wire Holda Lever. look dangerous, but It It Is filled with man of thirty he had seemed an old Frenchman In hla native. Inneue. Ho a cement made of coal ashes .anil bachelor to her. Hut twenty-fivanil To make a Jack for lining wagons noticed that her lack of fluency was J white ot egg It will last for years. (orty did not seem so far apart. anil Duggies, take a length of cmliarr.isr.Iiig her and, with rommend- All tho oxporlenco of that visit to- I Dr "t'nrilnn. Doaru ror a base ami nail n able nolltuues-l- . nrlutmeitJudge Morton's olflco passed through 1 bv 4 unrlcht on enrli Hide. ' mndant. somewhat thn French is difAdvance Goes On J.tne'11 troubled mind as sho looked at ( rioro haiMnch holes through thesu ficult tor you, but I am ablo to unTho upward meep of clvlllration is lit swarming group 01 men in derstand your meanness It you will not unlike tha rising of tho Incoming smoky lobby and realized that mm sho tho Er.Kll.iii speuk." tide. It adruxcRB and recedes, but must appeal to twenty-twof them to. each advance cnrrloi Humanity to a voto for her. Just as she was beginhigher altltuilo than it had readied bening If plan some way to escape the fore. II. O. Flower. emote dreadful situation, a tenutor approached her. "Miss Cray." ho begnn, "I'm not yet Distinction Is Van Buren's. In a position to pledge my support eid The first preslUuut burn In tho States after ti e signing of thu Dec- ther to you or to your opponent, but I laration ot hole. )1iicu and the es- lo vnnt to tell you that you're umns No doubt you are, If tablishment of n.itlonal unity was Mar- the right methods. Don't nag tho you sulfcr trom any ol the whst your opponent' tin Van Huron who was bom la the numerous ailments to state of Vew York tu KS2. Handy Wagon Jack. which an women are sublano had not realized that thnject. Headache, backany methods, but It encouraged uprights every 3 Inches tho full length ache, sldcachc, nervousCharacter Counts. hi to hear that sho did. When Judge of both boards. Fit a pleco ot ness, weak, tired fcclinff, A man who lives right, and Its right, Morton arrived on Tuesday tit fight 1 by 4 between them for a lover, are some ot the symphas mora power In his silence than i'.ul waxed warm, and every senator sovoral balMuch holes through with toms, and you must rid It so another has by h's words, Character had a string ot candidates and their It can bo adjusted to any yourself ol (hem in order position, and Is llko bells which, when touched, oven Hiipportura after him. Hardly a senato led well. Thousands with grooves In the upper edge, A ol women, who have accidentally, resound with svect mu- tor would commit himself tu a prom-lelength ot common hay wlro will hold been bcneiilcd by tlili sic Phillips Ilroof for fear of losing a vot for one tho adjustment for heavy wagous, remedy, urge you to ot his own wards. When Wednesday etc It a stronger Jack la needed tho afternoon camo Jane had three definite 1 by 4'a may be replaced by lumbur ot TAKE Cual tics Somewhat flare. favorable, prospects 2 by 4 dimensions. Pcrhapa a g t'.omun is u rarer man promises, threoIn awtul uncertainty. and tho rest than oTno of us think for. Which She must have twelve votes to win. of us can point out many such In his GREAT BENEFIT IN ROTATION thought ot It sickened her. circle; men whnno alum nro generous, Tho "You'll bo expected to go to the whoso truth Is not only constant In statchouso to hear tho result ot the Prevsnta Diseases and Insect Pests1 Its kind, but olovnted In its degieo; vote," said Judge Morton. "And don't Insects Thrive Only on Certain whoso want of meanuosH makes them Kind of Plants. run away It you loso, for wo'll take The Woman's Tonic Blniplo, who can look tho world honyou with something else." caro ot estly in thu faro with an equal manly Tho successive crops In any rotation Mrs. Sylvaula Woods, As they walked together toward the sympathy for the great and tho small. of Clifton Mills, Ky., says: statehouse she found It awkward tp should be so selected and arranged, Thackeray. i talk to him. She feared ho was dis- that no two upon which the sauio pest "Ueforc taking Cardul, gusted with all this vote begging; and may thrive will bo grown In succcs-- i I was, at tlmi-a- , so weak 1 shu felt angry with herself for getting Blon. Why They Aro Hard to Catch. could hardly walk, and The principles of disease control bv Pulex lrritans (which, by tho way, hint Into such a muddle. She was the pain In my back and tired and discouraged and poisoned by means ot crop rotation are based upon ' s Is "good" and means tho Ilea that head neatly killed me. according to the smoky air of the hqtel lobby. The the fact that certain pests ,can Jurlvo! humans) can jump, Alter taking three bottles ono Mltzniulii, a horizontal distance ot warm dampness outside did not re- uuiy on certain annua oi pisnts. of Canlui, the pains disTherefore, when tho crops are thirteen Inches and a vertical spaco fresh her. Sho did not dream that appeared. Naw 1 feel as ot olght Inches. Now, on tho other Judge Morton was noticing her until changed and tho food supply thereby well as lever did. Every hand, that puny brat, tho Indian rat ho abruptly asked her what waa the cut off, the pests must perish or bo suffering woman should greatly reduced In number. flea, and we havo the word of the matter. try Cardul." Oct a bottle Try as she would, she could not Indian plaguo commission for It, Bast Ration for 8heep. today. Jump only a plndllng five Inches speak a word In reply. Her throat Timothy hay Is a very poor sheep and kicks the bar oft the upright! If seemed closed tight. Then two big forage, Clover, alfalfa and oats with sent at a high mark ot more than tears rolled down her cheeks. But Providence cam to the rescue, for big some tUa form a better ration. three- Inches and an eighth. drooi of raln'beftan to'falL Tblcjttr JANE AND POLITICS can let mo Know, Hut ilon t haggle and worry each other. Either settle It one way or tho other. Compromlso If you can." Sho went out softly, ran upstairs and started making tea. And In Just fifteen minutes they camo up, her neighbor and tho masterful young man. and both looked oddly contented, "Wo'ro going to try It," ho said. "I'm going to let her ralnt pictures of mo. In fact, Ive promised to live down here for a while, not hero exactly, but In this quarter, you know. Sho likes to call It tho quarter. We've both given up points." "I shall still peddle a little." said tho girl. She bent over the tea table and helped arrango the cups and saucers. "You've been so sweet and neighborly, Mlsi Dunbar." -' M II II I II I I f .livfir nnil mm niii , prom-cut- e . ( office-seeker- the-inn- r office-seeker- a e - L'ul-te- ." lip j Worn Out? poa-j3e- d o i Cardui s I I pes-tot- E--