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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 9, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916030901_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 9, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELWlOb, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND OOnn litlVEUNMMI TWKNTT SIXTH YKAR, LANCASTER. KY.f THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 9. 1916. Hand Us That $. Union services wiH'b''litd' " the Christian Church next Sunday eyenlnp. NUMBfcR 4. STRONG CHARGE TO GRAND JURY HARDIN ASKS IN lap. i! 1P After calling your attention to that good plow, sev- Car IohiI northern seed oatr. Heavy bright and clean. Hudson, Hughes & rarnau M. 9. Hatfield, Dentist, la now locat Office over Garrard ed In I.At.cntter. tf. Hank. All call appreciated, Headquarters For .'JUDGE QUIRY ALONG MANY LINES. W. R. COOK NAMED AS FOREMAN. sws and Flow Bear. Hj eral come and placed orders others are coming. After using a plow, you need a good DISC HARROW to prepere the soil for the seed. You can't get a better one than the TORNADO. Have several In use f6r 20 years. How Is this. 15) jtjl 19, I Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. faindrrtiJniriailfi3j7aiHJjarrHi::;BrFro;TDiU 3E D r e ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at III for a nice Lunch, also Everything in.Sof t Drinks DE3 DC 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. Estimates cheerfully furnished. M. L. Schwren, Plumber and Manager. BUGGIES. The best and cheapest on the market. All kinds of HARNESS. Perfect Satisfaction. OLD Runs Lighter and Lasts Longest. HBT fAI FENCE. When put up it stays up. f I WIRE Stoves and Ranges. They can't be beat for cooking and lasting. PLOWS That Satisfy. Best Roofing, Paints and Oils, pure Linseed not Cotton Seed. The March term of the Garrard CirThe population of the City ofl'ar.ama cuit Court convened last Monday morn- Increased by 5, WW during the laat year. ing with Judge C. A. Hardin on the Tho total populatlofl la now a llttleover bench. Little dilliculty was had in impaneling tfin grand jury and Judge Ci.OOO. Hardin thanked those summoned for Flour In aarkn and barrel. It la not olrering trivial excusea for not guarantied to please you. serving, and immediately began his inHudson, Hughe & Fnrnau. structions to this august body, which Now la the time to swat the breeding held the undivided attention of the jury JUDGE FRISBIE placei of the lly. All barn and out- and the large crowd that had assembled, houses should be cleaned now and a for over an hour. He first called their Tries His First Cas. attention to the oath that each member liberal portion of lime uscJ. had taken and stated that "only good The way of the trnngr"asor la hard Lincoln Prize Seed Corn ylelda enor-moua- men were wanted as jurymen, because with Judge Friable on the bench. Last Kor sale they had the Interest of the community Monday afternoon, George Colltt conin corn and silage. only by Hudson, Hughes & Karnau. ut heart and he felt that such men fessed to n rhurgf of disorderly and would eee that those who were guilty and the Judgf imThe movement for bettor highways, of any infractions of the law wouid be drunken conduct mediately gave him n flue $10 and cost. rents t have made itself felt in every indicted." "Saving yourselves, you Judge Friliif will nlso see that the State in the Union We hope to ace will diligently loafing on is iiuire into all violations Lancaster taken out of the mud and of the law. You will find it difficult to vagrant law enforced, no the concrete wall of the park und on kept out of the mud. put anything in action that will destroy teps nf public buildings will be allow "Every man who wishes lo see this u friend, but you are no longer acting ed during the Spring nnd Summer great country made tho most ot must in the capacity of n friend or neighbor. months, so get to work boys. N. il. The white ribbon pinned on aympathUv with th elTorts now being hollowing the duty which you have just together by worn to do, will be u test of your the lapel of his coat was placed there made to weave its part character and manhood." At this jwint by un urdent admirer and a local mem good roadt." Woodrow Wilson. Judge Hardin was very complime itary ber of the W. C. T. IT. The time to begin swatting the lly is of our new Court House and said it was now. I hat a the lesson mot must be the "result of and organiHAPPY GRANDPA. taught all over the country. As soon zation and should be a source of pride as the first warm days set in the pesky to every citizen of the county and a joy Mr. J. II. Dalton is happy over th lly begins to breed and increase its for years to come' that arrived at Xon anUwra.B adyeMt-o- f n grand-Botribe by thousands trpoh thousand an organized body, to fight crime. ,ind tW.hmne of Mr. nnd Mrs. Hen G. ' everyday. Cotmnoy last Thursday morning. The to aee mat the laws or your slate-ju- u There was never any dilliculty in upheld." "Law," he said, "is nothing handsome little fellow has been Christ finding spellbinders or scribes to picture more than the will of tho people ex ened "Kilbarn Aldon". Iiefore the It was pressed in legislation." the blessings of good roads. another storv when it came to devising present outbreak of the European war, PAINT LICK CASE CONTINUED ways and means actuallv to pull Ken' there were ten timeB as many homicides The I'aint Lick overflow cases against. tucky out ot tho mud, it takes the of in the United States as there wps in Railroad any other country, which was the re the Louisville & Nashville ficiols to do that. have been continued by the plaintiffs suit of social conditions. for Don't we need more back-bon- e Particular stress was laid on the il until the next term of circuit court. Not legal sale of liijuor, gambling and hous The cases have nttracted considerable the interests of the community? a spinal column that cannot yield 'or es of ill repute. He told of the evil in- attention all over the county nnd bend; but upright, and that will fear fluences of all these and insisted that numerous and prominent attorneys are lesslv express upright and just opin each juryman aim to better these con- being employed on both sides. ions a gentle, honest steadfastness. ditions and maxe it hard for the violat which is cruel never. or of these laws. THE ORIGINAL 'BIFOCALIST' He instructed them to Investigate We regret to announce the continued certain charges that had been made by lien Franklin used two separate indisposition of Mr. International Law, a local minister and if such violations peices of glass, and made the first who is suffering from n bad attack of Were true, the public should be made Bifocal lenses, called at the time. German measles with Ilritish and Aus- aware ol the (act and is such was not "Franklin Glaases". If the good old His duties are the case tho public was entitled to Doctor lived in our day he would have trian complications. being discharged during his enforced know it. the joy of wearing a pair of Scientificalinactivity by Mr. Martial Law, a dis Judge Hardin dwelt at some length ly fitted one piece "Kryptok" lenses, n Law upon the game laws of the state and uch aa is supplied by the tant kinsman of the family. said that at one time Kentucky was Byrne Optical Service, noted as the "Happy Hunting Ground' Now at the Kengurlan Hotel and will Did you ever notice that tobacco is and that conditions still existed here remain until March 18th. It always clean? If a man drops a piece that made the propagation of birds ar.d of meat, no matter how clean the floor fish the most desirable in any state. He UNIQUE HOUSE. may be, he will cither give it a kick or said the state game warden had told pick it up and lay it to one side. Hi Mr. George Wright, one of the best him recently an Frankfort that the will never eat it. Hut let him drop farmers of Garrard county were doing cabinet makers in the state has just his plug of tobacco on the ground and for more and shewing more interest in the completed a unique toy house no difference how dirty the spot where inforcement of the game laws, than Master Charles Zimmer Jr.. that is it fell, he will pick it up and give it any other county in the state and 1 ask curiosity and well worth a visit to the carriers awipe on ma coal sleeve or on that each of you investigate uny viola' basement of the Hotel Kengarlan to the bosom of his pants ami then take a of the game law and help these citizens see It is the exict counterpart of a chew with greater relish than ever, containing of the county to enforce it. He in two story frame house, eight rooms, with veranda, glass win Truth is fundamental to knowledge. atructed them to look after the sanitary dowa, doors and transoms. That tho to character, to life. It is essential to condition of the city, all public build handsome young owner will be proud of ings, moral principle. It conserves time, en- each. and report as to the condition of Mr. Wrights generosity, goes without ergy nnd strength. Opportunities be- - The grand juTy after returning two saying. I come mighty forces by presence of indictments adjourned over from Moil' t '(,. uj limine- )iuwer. i. inthe i .11 unciiitngt'iioir, lb iia day until today. CANNING CLUB. It never loses any of its inherent quail Commonwealth's Attorney I'uryear ties. I'ut it where you may, and it is Mrs. Walcott, who is employed bv always truth. Lack of truth is lack of uhd County Attorney G. C. Wuker ore government to organize canning character. It Is that which is essential looking well after the law breakers and the clubs, lectured in Lancaster last Satto heroism. He who knows it and lives many of them will be brought to jus urday aftc-moo- n nnd made a very favor tice during tins term. it 13 a giant among his fellows. "Habe" Iiurnside, our new Circui able impression. Judge Arnold has prjmised to ask The health of your community de UlerK, takes to las job like a duck to a peiula to a great extent upon its free- dough pile and his friends predict that tho Fiscal Coutt for $1C0 which would dom from Hies. These insects are to- his olllco will be just to his liking. Dur- be doubled by the government to further day credited with the responsibility of ing this term he will have the assist-auc- u tris work which would ineuu much to greatly increasing the mortality among of Mr. Tom Wherritt, un old Garrard Co. The Womans Club, the City Club and infants. That Ihut are responsible for wheel hore. much disease is, of course, well known. For disturbing public worship, Jesse the teachers of the various schools thru Just think of the precautions, taken by llrvck was given u fine of $10 the first out the couuty hearty endorse the butchers, grocers, confectioners and all day qf the court. Commonwealth t movement, other dealers in food to protect their against Sarah Grimes U. S. L. the jury stocks from Hies! And still that cannot gave her u $100 fine. Same ugainst NO SPECIAL SESSION. lie effectively done unless everybody in Toininiu Adams U. S. L. who drew a Governor Stanlev will not call a the community takes a hand at swat- fine of $80 and 30 days board with ting the lly, "Uncle Dave". Same against V. II. special session of tho Legislature to Coinpton for selling liquor unlawfully, i consider tax measures according to The se:ion pusses on and goodlne was given line it of $100 each in three plans which he has recently approved. to winter in name is said this month, cases and 110 days juilsentence. Comp-- , A resolution will be introduced in the tho March always gives her share of ton was out on a $500 bond with Dona!- -' House providing for the appointment ot the cold blasts, high winds, sleet and bo n Jones as security and as defendant a commission to atudv tax questions snow, I hero have been known, how-eve- i, has skipped Donaldson will have to and prepare a bill to be introduced at lovely days In tho first spr very come across with the forfeit. The the 1913 sesaion of the Legislature, The ing month and, if the ground will get jury is now in the case of Amot Osborne governor intends to appoint careful In anywhere near order, sweet peas accused of breaking into the store of and conservative men and to givt the will be planted and the gardens started I subject much personal attention. We Sanders Urothera at Coy, with lettuce, radishes, onions and other believes that before the end of his ad Hon. II. Clay KuulTmancame In from things which tho frost cannot injure, ministration Kentucky will have a March is the time also for the first Frankfurt Monday to look after bo me modern, thoroughly efficient und eijuit planting of nasturtiums, the fresh, importuut cases in this term of court. abl tax system. fragrant and refreshing blossoms never ine following ure those who compose the grand jury for the present teim;. coming too toon to be welcome. VAUDEVILLE II. G. King, Albert Heck, Jim Foster, Tom Cotton, J. T. Huney, J. H. Witt. With Movie's On The Side. BECKHAM RECEIVED G. Doty, G. W. M. New crop clover, timothy. Ky. blue grass and orchard graas seed. Highest teat only. Hudaon, Hughe & Famau. LssssssssssB a See our Vulcan Hill Side ai Plow. I' i n The strongest and best hill side Plow. w A complete line of Plow Gear, Collars, Bri- dles, Back Bands, Trace Chains, Etc. s a ail Ej; Haselden Lancaster. - Bros., Kentucky Wholesale and Retail Hardware. ' 11 ..I I I I 1 I I I 1 I I ,,v You will find these bulk Seed at Eckford's finest mixed Sweet Peas, Nasturtiums, Dwarf and Tall, Beets, Squash, Radish, Okra. Parsnip, Salsify, Turnips. All kinds of bulk nnd package Garden and Flower Seed. I I I iw; rhi Exclusive Agent for Stones Cakes Silver Slice, Golden Sunbeam, Mephisto, . Raisin and Creole Fruits. JITNEY BUNS Received Monday, Thursday and Friday, afternoons. 1 Il Theo Currey. I Spring 'Opening We invite you to call and inspect the Newest Millinery, Saturday, March 18th. v.ie firm THE Ml Ilk National Life Insurance and Accident Company lie of Nashville, Tenn. J. l Terrlll, llogie, John Campbell, Scott HufTmun, following Jr.. i $ INCOItrOHATED. WHISKY MONEY. Col. B. II. Taylor, Jr., the Frankfort distiller, not only denied yesterday that he had contributed $15,000 for Gov. A. 0, Stanley's 'senatorial primary and $10,000 for his gubernatorial primary, but declared that he had mado contri butions In behalf of Senator J. C W. lleckhim, who was running for Sen pro- ator as an advocate ot state-wid- e und W. II. Cook. W- - J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. hlbitlon. The petit jury is composed of the gentlemen: Ashby Sebastian, It. L. llrown, Elbert Calico, S. II. Kts, Win. Simpson, J. D. I'ope, It. J. Lewis, Harrison Denn, W. T. Dootin. Hob Naylor, Ed. Naylor, Webb Faulkner, Sam Cotton. A. U. llrown, J. C. Italian, Alfred Swope, Smiley Walker, Sam Secrest, II. F. liroaddus, J. 11. Davit, Geo. liroaddus. N. K. Bogie. A. D, Bradshaw, Wm. Lear. There is booked (or the Lancaster Opera House this week one of the best vaudeville a said to be out this season Manager l'rice McGruth, says, "take it from me" that the Illunchard Musical Comedy, that is booked for Thursday, Friday and Saturday night, will be the best thing pulled off here this winter. The 'caste' is composed of eight beautiful girls and everything will be clean und refined, Engage your seats early and don't miss the first show. Admission 15 and 25 cents. Capital $200,000,00. Accident LOCAL and Health MR. Insurance. J. P. EASLEY, MR. FRANK HALL. KU'RESrjiTATIVE. assistant superintendent, Danville. Ky. Lancasjir, Ky. Page 2 i n Gentrai Record, Thursday Mch 9 19 lb. We Invite You to Inspect Our New Practi- 7i."JtCSO( . cally Complete Lines of Women's Garments We have in stock more than three hundred Wool and Silk Tailored Suits, $15.00 to $50.00 Two Hundred New Silk Dresses . . . $10.00 to $50.00 Thre- Hundred New Silk Shirt Waists, $2.00, $3.75 and up. - Coats from $5.00 to $25.00. Separate Skirts in Wool and Silk . . . $5.00 to $15.00. present garment price- - are based on prices of materials last fail, which were. much lower than now, and the early All buyer this season gets the best values possible for the year. A. K3 obertson DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. guest of Mi & Bro rJ HYATTSVILLE. or here. We are exacting to have n new store here soon. Miss Kate Ilamin left last week for a visit in Eastern Ky. Miss Etta Smith is spending the week with relatives nt Marcellus. , Mrs. Charley Bnnkin was the guest of her parents here last week. Miss Viola Cteech- - left Sunday lor Brudshaw Mill to finish her school. Mr. and Mrs. Will Smith were called to the bedside of his aunt, at Marcellus who is ill. Mrs Eugene Aldridgu and little son, Mrs. John Hanim was a recent visit- Miss Dolile B aker tpent the week Mm. Woods Walker spent the weekwith her couin. Miss Allie Creech. Mr. Cunningham Bnd family of end in Lexington. Miss Ann Higgins was the guest of were the guests of Mr. Turner and family, Sunday. Het lin of Fihing Tackle ever in her brother and wife Mr. and Mrs. town at Conn Urns. Your choice of three grades of coal. Frank Higgins. I Mr. Kurnam linker, of Bedford Ind., Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mr nd Mr. Will Murshbank spent I Miss Lid a Broadus of Paint Lick is ThursdHy with her sister ud family, is the guest nf relatives here. Mr Charles Brandenburg, of Cincinspending this week with Misses Mar- i Mr. nml Mrs. Jahn Hester. I garet and Alice Sutton. Mr Earnest Centers will leave Mnn-- ', nati, is the guest nf hi nnrerts. day for Coloradu where lie is expected Mrs. Grigg and guet, Mim Maggie Everything in Hardware. i to spend the future thueyvarsor more. Brnwn spent Monday in Richmond. Conn Bros. I Quite u largt crowd was out at church Your choice of three crndes of coal. Mrs. Hen Hughes and Miss Dell.i Rice Hudson. Hughes and Farnau. Hughes of Lancaster came down Sun-d- a last Sunday morni.--g and there will also to see her mother who lias been be preaching again next Sunday evenMii Maggie Brown, of Lancaster, ing at this place. quite sick for the past week. has been the guest nf Mrs. Betty Griggs ' Mr. Hobeit Anderson was the weekMrs. Chas. Burdette of Broken Arrow The W. C T. U. held its monthly end gurst of his grand patents, Mr. Okla., who is the guest of Miss Mary meeting with Mrs. Oscar Hnmmack on and Mr. W P. Anoerson Sr., and also Friday. Chesnut spent last week in Lexington of his uncle and aunt, Mr and Mrs. G. with her sister Mrs. John Woods. Mr. James Woods, of Center College A Bullaid. Miss Eugenia Pollard, the faithful ws the guest of tho home folks for the week-enand efficient S. S. teacher of class No. 2 FLATWOOD Miss Dncia Metcnlf has returned reports that during the year 1915, that from n visit to Mrs. Chester Lewis at she had one pupil, Miss Margaret Sut- I S. L. liaird moved to llereu last week. Lancaster. ton, whose attendanse was fine, only Geul.ungworlh and Owen GhUpie having missed two Sundays during the Mi Mvrtle C'lliliron was host nt a homes. year, she is also always faithful in the swapped most delightful candy pulling on SatCalvin Coldiron has gone to Hamilton preparation of her lesson. urday evening. empto inent. Mr. and'Mrs. Teleafus Pollard, when Ohio to look fur Tho pupils in the High School enjoy, Uingworth is visiting relatives Ruth on their way to church Sunday morning ed h vacation the past week as Prof. their horse stumbled and. fell in a mud und friend at Barbuuraville. Waterburv was absent. hole, doing considerable damage to the W. II. Fuir bought u sow and tvo Mrs. Lizzie Cornell, of London, has harness. There was no other damage shoals liom Yuntls Stewart for $18. been the guest of Mrs A. B. Fstridge except a big stock of patience wasted Sec our line of buggies und haidware und Mr. E. C McWhorter. and a lot of time spent in mending the Cunn Bros. Mr und Mrs. Tom Logulen were cal broken parts of harness and his Sunday Cremu Dairy Feed will make ye ui led to Brassfleld Saturday by the death sun piasiereu wun muu. rows give iii.ii e milk. Hudson, Hughes nf Mr Logsden's grandinotherr. J & Faruuu. Mrs. U A Ralston entertained nt nn Mr K 0 Gooeh, Postmuiter ut Crab Orchard, visited at W. 11. Furr'n last! elaborate course dinner in honor nflI Mrs. Grigga anil herguest, Miss lirown. Thursday und measured a shurt rxien MARKSBURY Sallle Aideron PAINT LICK BUENA VISTA Who is the farmers friend? Why, Conn Bros, who sell goods at live and let live prices. Cremo Dairy Feed will make your cows give more milk. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Will Jennings of Lancaster were recent guests uf his mother Mrs. Nannie Jennings. Miss Bernycc Scott sient Saturday and Sunday in Lexington the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. K. Duugherty. The pupils of the Buena Vista school will entertain Saturday evening March Admission 11th. Everybody invited. 15cts. Prof. I. D. Hacker the popular pnn cipal of our Graded and High School for the coining has been school year. Miss Jennie Higgins, Bev. F. M Tinder and Prof. Button of Frankfort visited our school Thursday and gave some interesting talks. WORLD'S LEADING TOBACCO Winston-Satc- TOWN Manufactures Any N. C , Now More Tobacco Products Than Other City in The World. Following are extracts from nn address deliverrd by Col. A. D. Wntts, Collector of Internal Revenue for the Fifth Di.trlct of North Carolina, nt smoker glvfn by The Twin City Club, Winston Salem, February 4th lylC; COMPARISONS is supplying one fourth of nil the chewing and smoking tobscco consumed hi the United States, besides exporting vat quantities to foreign lands This statement is taken "WInston-Salen- SOME i i. WALL PAPER Wash Away trrl Sldia gflwres ... -- 1. h rr IV 1 . b. liquid ub, lin b"oinn 4 tOdwiiolil wurd. 'titer know It la iHUMj i.n4 thiy oo on r, thpy do net IsMiatc to niMtuiai'ml It to tliclr ndgh- Mrs. It r tut ftvlf A fotnni-lcnhltvttfiy nil t.mu of Uci.ma. It li a that rrilrld5skin. 1. iiaruitM to Iho niott tut Mill It Is effeitlro and fiulcu la i!iti if von are a suuVrer Iruai kkln Uim'iiws, n ludlnK ulcers, or Mali. ' iiiu In any futm, IliU iiMMiy will not twluy l tho waster hu siuud Ibo ti nt s"d dUaiuut )ou. It . for all nkln und ask alwut onr irucr-tntlou ii InI).t I). IV AK nlnt I). on IX boap, tUjt keeps tho tUu ticultby, nt ly ft D.3D.D e i imm minw the Standard mini mini SIdn Remedy II. E. McKoberts. Lancaster, Ky, MANSE. at this writing. Miss Dora Calico is visiting her cousin at Itound Hill. Mr. C. 0. Uounshell left last Tuesday for Illinois. New stock of buggies, just received. Conn liroa. Miss Allle Creece was the week-en- d Mrs John Hester is confined bed. Mr. John Kirby Is very ill to her siou on Rome 2, out fioin Crab Orchard Mr. ami Mrs, G. M. Trcndwuy are in which will he u greut convenience to Louisville this week where Mr. Tread, sevvrul uf the pations of thut route. way is doing the spring buying for the Lait week some dogs made a raid on firm. Several of our young people were W. II Furr's fcheep und killed two fine ewes and Cilppled another one that will delightfully entertained at the homo of The likely dii. On the same day dogs were Mrs. Griggs on Thursday night. after B. C. Anderson's sheep, we don't """sir was Jn the form of a pound party know what damage they did, but Mr. , Hml " rePrt 14 fine killed two of the dogs und , Cupidas been very busy in our We need the midst these past few months und now wounded another one. dog killer to visit this neighborhood. . ho has caught In his ne( th hearts of ' There are several dogs in this section two of the best known members of our the taxes have not been paid on. community; for on Monday, without that If a mans home is sold for taxes und giving out thtir secret to anyone, Miss the stute buys it, who dues the dogs Eliza Kucker and Mr. G, M. Treudway belong to. There ure ome such dogs went to Lancaster und were quietly in the Flatwoods It might save some married at tho Ilaptist parsonage. The sheep if the stute would take charge of bride needs no word of introduction to such dogs. tho peopl-- i of this community for she Is one who numbers her friends by her acquantances and her genuinely love-abl- e PE-RU-NA For Catarrh Whsrtver Located, A' sure, nafe. d remedy for Catarrhal Affections of every description. by all Drug Kola Klits. Write the I'eruna Co., of time-trie- Columbus. Ohio. vise you free. They will ad- character has endeoied her Ut everyone with whom she has come In contact. The man of her choice Is Indeed to bo congratulated. Mr. Tread-wahas been u prominent figure In tho business life of Paint Lick for u number of years and is u gentleman of rare integrity and steillng trniU ot character, and to them go out the good wishes of a host of friends. y ln" r'',orl of ,r,,'rr",1 Revenue for the llrst quarter f the present fiscal year and from la to lh room. Hit cloth! ar to th pr thm Uttt of lh octtptnu I,"vtH advises from Washington, as to tvu It ml tubluhft their totltt ktanJinA. tne second quarter, which ended Dec- Alfred Peats ember .list, last. "Your city is making "Prize" Wall Papers MT. HEBRON of MtYANTSVILLE ill tohscrn products -- chewing and r icttxtrii fcr thtir trtlicic iml decorttlvc worth nd every pattern will fciva (ttufao Mr. In E. Sneaks sold a cow ami calf smoKlng tobacco, cigers, cigarettes and tion no natter the price. to Mr. Arber price $.'aj. bee at if ul iletiint In the J Intpect the in the Ui.ited Mrs. B. P. Swope spentthe week-enbe papered, the only afe way. room to Mr. Earl Grow bought of Mr. Mal- States. Your manufacturers are g in Danville with relatives. The book. '1Ioip Decoration" thowt how colm Osburne a hog price tVi.U), they look upon the wiiU. on an nverage about $37,000 a day Miss Francis Tomlinsoin has byn J Lra aaaertneot o( deslta and tolor Mrs. Mollie Thompson who has been reveiiUH taxes to the government nnd la(a. at popalar prices. visiting relatives in Mercer. sick the past week is improving. the amount is ircreasing from 111014I1 to Ettimatci choerfully furtutheU. Mr. Tom Worris und fumily moved When your government build Mr. J. E. Sherrow bought 13 head of month. WH.T & RIDDLE. last week to Mr. H. G. King's. calves ut Lancaster Court ut $iU er ing, much the hand'omest in tlm Stair, Lick, Ky. Misses Muttie Coulter and Mary Ellen head. Paint was completed last July at cost of Farley were in Danville Monday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Tom Kicks are verv S'ilO.OOO your newspapers made the Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bryant expect to nappy over tne arrival of a line girl 011 o taxes palil in your " go housekeeping in a few duys. my in uncic nam tor the llrst eight lI,,V of its occupancy would puy for it. We have everything fur the furmer, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Lemay moved C A RTERS VTLLE. Conn Bros. MunduvfiuinCovtoMr.lt. A. linn. mco September. It has taken onlv u fraction over seven nverni'H .l..v. i. Mrs. Joe Gosney returned home Sun can's farm ut Luck 8. Mrs. Joe Smith still remains very Mrs. E F, Scott and Mrs. J. B. Dean '"'ions, here to equal its cost. So fur day ufter u visit to relatives at Furd. rick at this writing. Miss Maymu Lee Ballard went to uro numbered with the sick. Mr. G. A. nils week, .Mr. Crunford has tuken In $200,428.60. I predict that before 191C Miss Lizzio Creech was the guest of Lexington Thursday to visit her cousin Bruce remains quite tick. A buby girl urrlved ut the home of shall have ended your uveruge werkly Miss Susie Davis last Thurtdav, Miss Margarita Woolfolk. Mr. and Mrs. Luuum lust week nml lm payments to the government on tobscCar load northern seed oats. Heavy, Lincoln Prize heed com yields enor been christened Dora Belle. co will more than pay for this mugnl-flcebright and clean. Hudson, Hughes and mously in corn and silage. Fur sal building, leaving tho collections Mrs. Edd Grow hud u mare to die Farnau. only by Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Saturday night, that had been in the for the other nfty-on- o weeks us cleur Mrs. G. S. Kedwine and children The school at this place tuught by lumlly a life time of M years. profit to the government. guest of Mr. and Mrs. U. 'S. Misses Anna Holtzclaw und Bessie were the Mr. H' It. Montgomery and wife were TOBACCO SHIPMENTS. Itobinson last week. Caldwell will close in about two weeks. with her grandfather. Mr. James San. "Winston-Saleis shipping on an Mr. Robert Creech and sister, Miss Mr, and Mrs. J. llogan Ballard spent aert on Poor Ridge last Thursday. uverugaeach week day to all parts of Florence wero the guest of Mr. and Sunday and Monday in Lexington tho Mrs. W. L. Grow and duuuhter Luev this country and to foreign lands ut Mrs. C S. Hoop last Tuesday. guests of Mr. and Mrs, W. T. Wool were her parents, Mr. und Mrs. least $160,000 of tobacco products. Mr. und Mr J. C. S. Hoop and Bev, J, folk. Joseph Rogers ut Danville recently. "In conclusion, Winston-SalemanuM. Robinson were the guest of Mr. J, Mr, und Mrs. Virgil Scott, of Buvnu Mr. and Mis. Herod Ruins who left factures more tohucco. all tobacco pro D. Carter and family last Friday. Vista moved last week to their residence to reside in Middlesboro us was stated ducts are taken Into this statement. Itevs J. J. Thomlnson und J. M. they recently purchased from Mr. T. S. lust weeks items, returned last wiL-- than any other city on eurth, little or aud now expect to locato here, Bobhisun were the guest of Mr. J, T. Poor. big. Industrially, sho Is easily first in Allen and family last Wednesday, Misses Hazel VunDvko and Martha The public Schools near here begun North Carolina, population considered. In America and I believe, and J, M. May Williams, of Burgln, were week Monday with the same teachers except j Ituvs J. J, Thomlnson In the Kuhinsoii, I). M Curter and family and end guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wil locust Grove which is being finished worm; socially, a never failing delight by Miss Puttie Anderson ot Lancaster. to her friends." Mrs. F. M Carter were the guest of liams. Mrs. Aubrey Carter list Sunday. Mrs. Clia Armstrong has returned to Mesdames Jno Vanderpool of Lexing Daily Thought her home In Louisville, ifter being at ton. Frank Gammons of Salvisa. Geora. Mr. John Metralf and Miss To converse well, a man must bare drove to the home of Itev. F. P. I the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Fletcher la Gammons or Marcellus and Miss Mag- knowledge, materials, command ot Itruunt anil wara mittpit In InHrrllifri ' Ison, whose death occured last Wednei-- , gie Bruce of Kokomo Ind, are at the words, imagination, presence of, inlnd bedside of their father Mr. G A Bruce. We wish them u long add happy life. I day. and resolution. Johnson. tct of Kansas City, are guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs.lteii llainiii. Flour in sacks and barrels. It is guaranteed to please you. Hudson. Hughes & Farnau. School began here Monday. We hope the parents and pupils will join the teacher in her etrorts and make it one of the best sessions we have ever had. d pay-in- I 11 "'" . 11 "rt Kate-Davi- The Central Record, Thursday Men 9, y 16 SESSION CLOSES MARCH ON TO e NEXT TUESDAY Stanley is Expected to Call Special Session on Tax Revision TURMOIL AMONG G. March' sMI CH SALE 0. P. o This sale has already proven to be mmm greatest mm sal Gome and Share In The Values Yourself. The bargains are greater than those ever before offered. ' The prices are the lowest in years. As usual, only the highest grade merchandise is in this sale. Come at once, don't put it off. Who Hold State Convention in Louis-vllle- . equipment. Closing Days of Legislature Tho Senato, by a voto of 23 to 11, Scramble to Pas Dills. passed the substitute for tho hill ol Senator Strlckiett to rearrange, tho 3S senatorial districts or Kentucky, the KItANKFOIlT, Ky. (Special). With substitute having been prepared byl Senator Strlckiett. tho Rules Commltlco In chargo of all The rearrangement gives tho Repubhills In both houses of tho Kentucky licans more power In somo sections Legislature, the closing hours of the and works likewise for tho Democrats 101G session Is marked by long hours In other parts ot the State. It was an of acrvlco on tho part of tho Solons. administration measuro and will likely pass the House. Administration pledges of tho Democratic party are being given preference Tho hill of Senator Kvans to recodify and It appears that most of those tho militia laws passed 26 to 0, after promised tho people In tho campaign having several amendments tacked on. It limits tho amount to bo spent for of last fill will bo passed. of the appropriasalaries to one-hal- f tion known ns tho Stato military fund. In convention In Louisville, Kentucky The bill prorldes that the Hoard ot Prison Commissioners of Public Roads shall assign such prisoners as are not prohibited from being worked outside of tho prison walls to bo used In tho manufacturing, quarrying, mining and preparation of road and bridge material to be used by tho State Department In the construction ot roads and bridges. Tho Commissioners will pay for the services of these convicts from the State road fund at the rato ot 1 a day for each convict hired. The Commissioner of Public Roads, with tho approval ot tho Governor, I empowered to purchase tho necessary machinery and equipment for the construction of roads and bridges. The sum to bo expended Is limited to 10 per cent of tho Stato aid fund. It Is estimated that (70,000 will bo available for the purchaso of machinery and 1 Is Page 3 A Neatly Engraved Visiting Card THE proper thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making calk Come and sec what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or more. CENTRAL RECORD Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville, Ky. North-boun- Republicans reduced the repSenator Montgomery's bill to pro- No. 10 Cincinnati Express, resentation of Its negro clement hibit pandering passed 22 to 0, with an daily 4:30 a.m to one halt vote, and Instructed amendment fixing tho punishment for No. 4 Speviolation from ono to five years Instead Its delegation from the State-at-lar- g C:03 a.m. cial, daily to the national rnnvemlon at Chicago, of two to ten years. No. 28 Blue Grass Special, f June 7th, to "voU for Charles War dally except Sun...C:0S a.m. By a vote of 27 to 1, tho Senate ren Fairbanks, of Indiana, as I01.3 passed the bill of Senator Lewis to No. 14 Carolina Special, as his name Is before that convention." permit counties to voto tax tor roads 7:00 a.m daily Q The lone negro on the delegation Is and bridges. Under the provisions ot No. G- - Loenl Express, dally 1:35 p.m. the bill an additional levy or 20 cents No. 2- Cincinnati Limited, . Phil II. ilronn, of Ilopklnsvlllc, and may Q be voted for building roads and duily 5:20 p.m. the whlto delegates ato Kdwln P. Mor. bridged. Tho bill docs not In any way row, of Somerset; Congressman John affect the provisions ot the present No. 12 Royal Palm, daily., 5:37 p.m. South-bounW. Langley, of Plkevillo; former Gov law as to bond Issues. No. ft L o c a 1 Express, crnor A. K. Wlllson, of Louisville; m daily 11:05 a.m. Although defeated two weeks ago, Colonel Richard P. Krnst, of Coving tho bill of Senator Speer to require No. 11 Royal Palm, dailyll:20 a.m. ton; Judgu K. C. O'Rcar, of Frankfort; consideration to.be named In deeds No. 1 New Orleans Lim Congressman Caleb Powers, of Bar- - passed 21 to 5. The bill met no oppo-- ' 11:35 a.m. ited, daily boursvllle, and William Marshall Uul- - Biiiou uii uitj iiuur ui mu aetimu worn No. 13 Carolina Special, called up for passage by the Rules Itt, of Louisville. daily 10:15 p.m. Morrow offered to surrender his Committee. No. 3 Spe placo in order to avoid a spilt in the cial, daily 11:35 p.m. Tho House passed unanimously Sen-- ; GTJNN'S CHAPEL. LEVEL GREEN Log Cabin party, and Caleb Powers HOW TO GET RID OF SpeTHE PROPER COURSE mor nonius uiu 10 permn leiepnone No. 0 cial, daily 11:52 p.m. Mr, Talton May was in Madison also announced his willingness to yield companies to consolidate. This measThu meeting at Cartersvillc Is still In Informilioa of Priceless Value lo Eretj progress. for harmony's sake, but tho delegates ure, which passed the Senato some No. 27 Blue Grass SpeCHRONIC DANDRUFF. Thursday. j time ago to the Enrolling Clerk. cial, daily except Miss Kunice Stotts was visiting Miss held both Intact. Lancaster Citizen. Utile Christine Green Is quite sick was no discussion when It The only sure way to get permanently Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. Judge McKcnzle Moss, of Howling There at this writing. Jessie II. Hay, Saturday night. passed the House. Being a constiturid of danJrulT is to remove to condi For rates, routes and information How to set in an emergency is Mr. Willjc Green spent Sunday with Miss Sallic Lou Tester who'has been Green, was permanent Chairman of the tional amendment, it needed sixty tions that cause itiand then keep the knowledge of Inejtimable worth, and Mr. Clarence Green. Btate convention. votes In the Ilouso. It received 86. call upon or address M. J. Coughlin, vigor ill the past two weeks is'improving. hair and scbIp in a clean-healththis is particularly true of the disenses There was no opposition to the re- Since the Governor has no power to agent; 'phone 34G. Miss (trade Smith spent Monday our ttate ao dandruff will never return Mr. J. M. Amon sold some hogs to . disapprove constitutional amendment If you with Mrs. Tearl Davis. and ills of the human ImkI)-This beats shampoos, which merely re- Mr. Forest Stapp of Lancaster at 7cts. cloctlon of K. T. Franks, Owensboro, bills, this amendment, having passed sutfer with kidney backache, urinary for Chairman of the State Central both Houses, will bo submitted Mrs. It. C. Itoain is very sick of move the dandruff for n few days at Mra. John Hallard. of Lancaster toth disorders, or any form of kidney most, tonillitis at this writing. It. E. Mcltoberts are now sro-n- t Saturday with Mrs. Jihn Land. Committee, nor was thcro anybody ot voters at tho next general election. trouble, th advice contained in the lonoty Court Days. tering for the place of Alvls S. Ben Sage, Miss Thelma Robinson was the guest strongly recorrmending Parisian Miss Thelma Simpson was the guest nett, or Louisville, who was add a following statement should The House concurred In tho Senate of Miss Anna Mae Green last Monday. a harmless, inexpensive and quick act- of Miss Willie Miles Hay, Saturday Secretary. Richmond, 1st. Monday. valuable asset to your ctorc of knowlcor amendments to the Vance-Spce- r is guaranteed to night. Mra. Jessie Green and little daughter ing preparation, that Paris, 1st. Monday. Tho election or John W. McCulloch, edge. What could be more convincact directly on the cause nf dandruff There will be the regular preaching of Owensboro, as National Committee- rupt practices act which will now be Frankfort, 1st) Monday. ing proof of the efficiency of Doan's Georgia were the guests of Mrs. J. II. come a law. and entirely remove It or the purchase services Monday. man from Kentuckj-- , which occurred Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. at Jluckeye, Liberty church, Kidney Pills than the statement of a Conn before daylight early In the morning, Saturday and Sunday. Miss Tarrie Clark opened her spring price will be cheerfully refunded. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. nearby resident who lias used tnem and Fraternal benefit societies at a meeting or a faction which was under the suporvlslon of theare placed Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Here is a test no one should fail to Mr. and Mra. J. M. Amon motored term of school at Woodsview Monday publicly tells of the benefit derived? State Intry. Get from your druggist a package to Lancaster last Monday and were the represented by 13 Vt or the 26 repre- surance Commission by a bill IntroShelbyville, 2nd. Monday. U. C. Fnulkner. It. K. D. No. 2, ltox March the fith. sentatives, has created a big stir duced by Representative Sage. Hub a little of it into guest of Dr. and Mra. J. A. Amon. Greene, Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Mrs. Addie Davis and Mrs. Teail of Parisian I'aint Lick. Ky.. says: "I aulfer-r- d among Kentucky Republicans, and and see the scalp with the fluger tips The pur Danville, 3rd. Monde;-- . Mrs. Irvine SimpsonOnd daughter. threats of a contest aro bplng made. which passed unanimously. for some time from a weak back and Davis and children spent the day with pose ot this bill, called an act to regu for yourself how the dandruff disap- Miss Thelma '.visited Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday Tho negroes are also dissatisfied the formers a dull pain through my loins gave me homefolks Sunday. and all late fraternal benefit societies, Is to with only a one-hai- r of vote represen.1 Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Quite n number of people from this pears, th liajr stops falling out mother, Mrs. DrcwIDavis Monday. much trouble. I lenrned aliout Doan's immediately ceases. Nothing tation and may make a contest also, protect the public from "wildcat They vicii.itv were in Lancaster Monday in itching Mt. Sterling, Srd.Monday. Kidney Tills and used tliein. It paj-- s to advertise. Mr. John Land It is stated. orders. j hurts the hair mure than dandrutf, so , spilo of the cold wcuther. Somerset, 3rd. Monday, soon removed the oches and pains." why not begin using Parisian Sage to-- J who lost a tarpaulin and advertised has Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Smith and little Representative E. D. Smith Intro Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. Trice 60c, at all dealers. Don't simSenator Strlckiett presented a reso- duced 9 2t. recovered his lost property. Thanks. day and be forever rid of it? a bill proposing to Increase the remedy Ret daughter, Adath, spent Sunday with ply ask for a kidney LANCASTER. 4th. Monday' Misses Marie Hallard, of Lancaster, lution fixing March 2Qth as the date Stato license on saloons to (750. snme that his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Smith. Doan's Kidney Pilla-t- he Winchester, 4th. Monday. and Pauline ltoss nf Mays Lick arrived for convening tho Senato to try the Fostcr-Milbur- ri Impeachment against J. K. Mr. Faulkner had. Monticello. 4th. Monday. How To Prevent Croup. here Saturday and took up their duties articles of Judgo or Williams, 3 McCreary County Co., Trops., HulTalo. N. Y. Versailles, 4th. Monday. Governor Stanley has signed tho ad When the child is subject to attacks in the school here Monday. They will which have been filed. This date did MORE RHEUMATISM ministration text-boobill. It provides not meet with tho approval of many that not more than three text-book- s of croup, bee to it that he eats n light board with Mr. and Alrs.'John Land. ltevs. Daviess and Gross of Jes- or the Senators, some of they saying may be rhanged at any text-booadopTHAN EVER BEFORE evening meal, ns an overloaded stomach CHARGE OF THE may bring on an attack, also watch for samine county were here Saturday and that urgent business called them home tion. The hill was Introduced by SenClergymen, Lawyers, Brokers, Mechanics the first symptom hoarseness, and Sunday to till iheappointment of tho at tho close of the session. Others ator Rogers. argued that the time Intervening ho give Chumberlain's Cough Itemed' as regular pastor Itev. I. G. Hagan who "LIMB" BRIGADE. and Merchants-Stricketween tho adjournment of tho LegisRepresentative Hutchcraft's bill rewas unable to be here. Obsoon as the child becomes hoarse. lature and .March 10th would not give quiring concerns engaged In tho trad Half n inch, half on inch. Miss I.enna Hollon who has been Judgo Williams and his attorneys suf- Ing stamp Our old friend Kheiimatiz is having tainable everywhere. business to pay a license ol Half an inch shorter employed us teacher Jat the home of ficient time to prcparo their cae. The (1,000 passed the House by a vote his inning this year, and a few words ol Whether the skirt are for Mr. Tnltw May since tho first of the Senato finally fixed Monday, April 51 to 23. of caution from one who knows nil LOWELL Mother or daughter. about it may not be amiss. year ftnislu'd her work there last Fri- 10th. as tho time for tho trial. The Rules Committee of the Senate Itrltfer the drestcs grow. Teateas- Wear rubbers in Kntnp weather; keep Tho bill Imposing a Jail sentence In Mr. Hob Green was u visitor here day and took up her work at Should be Engraved or Is authorized to prepare rules of proFuller the ripple now. vnio .MonJay. to voiir feet dry; drink plenty of lemon- last Tuesday. cedure and practice for tho govern- addition a fine on operators of handEmbossed Dowadays. While whiakii.g glimpses show books was called from the orders ol ade, und avoid strong olcoholicldrinks. ment of tho Senate while kitting as a More thuii they oughtcr. the day In tho House by RepresentaIf rheinnatism geta (u, or sciatica, hisMr. Leslie Parson spent Friday with Court or Impeachment, It reflects good taste and grandmother. TENNESSEE OFFICIAL and you have shnip twinges, gnawing Judgo Williams Is charged In the tive Murphy and passed, 75 to 8. Forwurd the dress paraile, Little Karl Maurice llrown litis been; ou pain or swollen joints or muscles, ,at once creates a favorable snail IflMfi SFIRHT petition asking rnr Impeachment with Is there a man disunited? VVIIMO LUIIU Issuing warrants In felony cases withIV.II can get rid of nil agonv in jiwt n few rj'lite sick tor several days. The House passed tho bill ot RepreNo- - from the sight displayed impression. out affidavit; being delinquent In pay- sentative. Hutchcraft providing for the teaspoon fill of Mr. and Mrs. John Tudor and children dajs by taking one-hacould bo aumleied. Nonu V. Seaton of Linden, Clerk of ing money Into tho Stale Treasur , assessment and collection J. of InheriItheuma once a day. of Miwie spent Sunday wilh Mr.i. Tud-or'- a Suppose you come and see Theirs nut to make reinnik. tho Circuit Court nf tbo Twelfth Ju- exceeding his authority In suspending tance taxes. He claimed tho bill will All druggists know about Itheuma; parents. Clergyman, clubman clerk, dicial District or Tennessee, wns for sentences Imposed by his court and Ic- bring In revenue to the State between the many beautiful samples harmless, jet powerful; cheap, yet it's Mr Albert McKinnev of Klclimond years n sufferer from stomach troubles ing Intoxicated when on duty. Gaping from noon till dark (500,000 and (800,000 annually. The u 0 cent bottle w ill lust a was the guest of hU sister In part a result of his confining we have and get our prices. sure, und Tim Overstreet bill, to reduce the voto was 74 to 6. Mr. Kd worlh lie tried doctor nttcr doctor. At thu Four Hundred. long time. Ask It. K. Mcltoberts or ltrown last Sunday. appropriation nf tho Kentucky Chll them-Slio- rter THU Ho tried medicines without end. Short skirts lo right of any drtajgist. dn n's Homo Society of Louisville from Mr. Hubert Hoian left lost Tuesday One day ha took a dose of Mayr's ty left of them, The bill of Representative Weed 5it.nno to JIWOOO annuallj-- , and ta . for Kunsus City to spend several months Wonderful Itemed)-Ho wroto: SliurWst in front of them provide for tho payment of all ex- providing tor Stato depositories and with relatives there, "Your medlclno Is the best In tho penses incident to tho tunning ot the regulating them was passed unaniFlaunted and llirted Mr. Itoht Hoian returned home Inst world for any form of stomach troublo. home by the Stale Sinking Fund Com mously. In hose of stripe und plaid, POEMS THAT LIVE. glad to that alter taking Saturday after n week's stay with his I amtreatment sayfeel that I am well. tho mlsslouers, was killed by tho Senate Hued most exceeding clad, 1 full by a vote or 23 to 0. Tho Woman Suffrage amendment apaunt in Iirynntsville. Spurting in spats run mad, "I had very severe pains In my stompears to be doomed. An effort was SOLITUDE. Come, the short-skirteMM Matlie Jones of Lexingtcn was ach all tho time. Ono bottlo of jour Tho Mathers bill, to license and reg- made In the House to bring It from much Laugh, ami the world laughs with you: tho p'easunt guest of her friend. Miss medlclnp .did mo ten times as ulate roving horse traders, passed by tho order of the day over the head ot Flashed all their ankles there. good na all tho dor tors medicine that a Laura Little, the past week. oto of 4(1 to 25. The purpose of the the Rules Committee, but this failed Flashed as they turned in uir Weep, und you weep alone, 1. took for two years. My family phyvote by only Miss Florida Hoian entertained a num- sician told mo that I would never be bill Is to regulate tho movements ol tho necessary two-thirFor the sad old earth must borrow its What will not women dare? The bill two votes. Another effort may be ber of her friends Thursday evening in any better today I am wclL I have roving bands of gypsies. (Though the exhibits show mirth. fixes a llccnso of (10. made to bring It out during the closing gained twentj'-flvTrain Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. pounds." a most delightful munner, Hut has trouble enough of its own. Some of them blundered ) j hours ot tho session. Mayr's Wonderful Itcmcdy gives perSing, and the. hills will answer; sorts and shapes of pens, All Mr. and Mrs. Itobert llrown were In Representative Minor's bill, to proAitiuvi;. manent results for stomach, liver and Ilroomsticks, piuno legs; Sigh, it is lost on the uir, Korea last week to attend tho wedding intestinal allmentB. Kat us mutli our1 hibit banks from declaring a d.vldend Tho bill ot Representative Nichols there, fttirv shapes; The echoes bound to u joyful found, Hero and of their nieco Miss L'thel Luwscn. whatever you like. No more dUtress until their surplus amounts to 10 per changing the name ot the State Uni- To Maysvllle, connecting at Uichmon prcssuro of gas In the rent ot tho capital, was passed 46 tt Hut shrink from voicing care. Just built to walk on eggs, Mr. Speed Ledford spent tho past after eating, versity to the University of Kentucky with L Si N to Frankfort & Louiiville: stomach and around tho heart. Get ono 27. Como be the hundred. passes unanimously. week in Harlan on business, regarding bottle of your druggist now rind try it Itejoice, and men will seek you; No 71; 8:35 a. m. Grieve, and they turn and go. the property lie recently purchused. When can their glory fade? on an absolute guarantee It not satisSenator Hutiaker's bill providing for To Rowland & Stanford connecting They want full measure for ull your tho working of convicts on tho public 0 the wild bIiow they mude, Misses Ida nml Cera Ilurto left Sun-- 1 factory money will be returned. There was no opposition to the bill at Rowland, 1, & N to all points South pleasure, All the world wondered, day t re.iiinu teaching In their re- - j Tor aula by H. b McIW its .ii.l u'l toads, and a companion bill to prohibit it Representative Ilobbs making the .nterferenco with convicts employed iescri!on of a child under 16 years ot No 23; 11:04 a. m. Hut they do nut need ) our woe. Grande dame and demoiselle, spectivudistricts, Sy cumare and Hrights other reliable UruggUts. lutsMo of the prison walls, was passed 1 jo by tlUier parent a felony. To Richmond, connecting with L & Do glad, and Your friends are ninny: Shop girl and llowery Uelle-K- our llend. 'ii tho Senate wlta llttlo opposition. H'm-- uh well, N to Irvine & Heattyville. Lexington Ho sad, and you lose them all, Hundred Mrs. Clove Davis nml children will & Cincinnati, Middlesboro Si Knoxvlllo. Any old hundred, There are none to decline jour necUr'd leave this week for Frunkliu, Ohio, to ENTER Montgomery Advertiser, wine, tio 70; 11:50 a. m. , mako their futuro homo there. Wo Here's old Maieh. the ft ret of Mprinr, t, Hut alone you must drink life's To Richmond, connecting with fast very much to give up so good a Full of noisy Mo-- 1 hi ii,, train to Cincinnati. neighbor. und your hall are crowded (siting rid of nil in.r No 27; 2:00 p. m. Fast, and the world goes by. id.-'- Miss Cora Ilurto entertained "At Winter's loft at .spiji , i.ijir. To touisville. connecting ut Lebanon Succeed and give, and it helps you live, Hook" Wednesday evening in honor of Never mind Id- - manners rude, Junction to Klitabethtown & Howling Hut no man can help you die. her niece, Miss Clara Estello Ileitis, or He don't meun it, and in fact, Green, and at Uardstnwa Junction to There Is room in the halls of pleasure Pittsburg. At the conclusion of the Heing noisy is his uct. for taMo ma Year In Advance. In aonled sonltanf cans. Finest Hardstown Si Springfield. For a largo and lordly train, games verv dainty refreshments were He was made to do Just su and baking. Ask your grocer for It. Heud No 8; 8:42 p. m. served in the parlor, and those who' Just to bluster and to blow postal card for booklet of rriio ltecljies to Hut one by one wo must all file on Through tho narrow aisles of pain, To Stanford, connecting; with fast 80N8 braved the rain storm to come out did Like a brass band ushering P. DUFF Tm. -- Ella Wheeler Wilcox. not seem to regret It. 930 DojjeaB'Waj, Fitubargb, Kentucky. train to Bristol & Atlanta. Laitcdfiter, In the Pageant of the Spring. Never before have you had such an opportunity as this. LL HOUSE FURMSHiflGS PRICED LOWER THAN EVER. - Kentucky's Greatest Housefurnishing Store. - LEXINGTON, KENTUCKY. Florida lt, Personal Stationery Central Record. L. & N m : h r Uovvtral Tie cord $1.00 Per i Page 4 IHEuENTnAL ntCURu INCORPORATED. rhe Central Record, Thursday Mch 9, To cross the Atlantic Drnnnnl nothing since the voyage of In I 1916. r.ivr R. the air Columbus Imngt-natio- HE WILL ENFORCE Governor A. ley and their1 sons, Owsley, O, LAW. TOXICATION IS SELF POINSONING Few Realize Causes of This Form of Ailment. bsuei) Weekly. J1.00 a year. R.L ROBINSON. Editor. EI.KIN. Local Editor nnil Mrir. J. Ktiirr! M . the llwl lime. In Sermut ri and Mml Matter l!iftrr. Ky , Member Kentucky Tress Assucintion Kighth District Publishers League. Uncasttr, Ky., March 9. 1916 Rates For Political Announcements i 6.00 For Precinct and Citv UllUes 1U.00 cor County Offices tor State and District Offices... . IB. 00 .10 r'or Calls, per line .10 For Cards, per line For all publications In the interest of Individuals or expression of individual views, per lin Obituaries, .10 per line 05 We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Hlggins n candidate for County of Garrard School Suierintendent County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary August 1917. has made such nn appeal to the Ilelievers In the rigid dirigible have promised that the feat would fir .it be accomplished by nn nlr craft of that type. To cross the Atlantic in nn aeroplane has been discussed by experts, many of whom hnve emphasized the diinculty which the aerial navigator; n would have in Uncling in particular ship from which to replenish his supply of fuel. It has been contended by some students of the problem that. Important as have been the improvements in aeroflying, the fact planes for remains that If anything Roes wrong in r the Atlantic Ocean does not offer the kind of landing place a cautious aviator would select to repair his motor. Even this difficulty might bo mastered by nn aeroplane thnt was also truly hydruplane enough to endure the strain incidental to riding for a while the ocean surges and rising Into the air again from them. Hut the ideal way to cross the Atlan tic in nn aeroplane would be t treat the ocean as Uleriot did the English Channel and, by passing from one coun try to another between brcakfnst and luncheon, show a nonchalant but Indel ible defiance to the theory that there' can be n perpetual barrier to the in vaslon of any land. n over-watmid-ai- Stanley, Mrs. Stanthree Interesting young f III William nnd Marion, were In Lexington t'or a IibIT hour Friday nftcrnoon. They motored over from Frankfort "just for b ride", and the little folks nnd their mother had a "round of soda water" at Mclimk's while the Governor stopped at the Phoenix Hotel lo get n copy of The Lexington Herald and n fre'h cigar. While in the lobby of the hotel n PATRIOTISM. A nation Is made great, not by its fruitful BCrcs, but by the men who cultivate them; not by its great forests, but by the men who use them; not by its mines, but by the men who work in them; not by its rallwaps, but by the men who build and run them. America was a sreat land when Columbus discovered it; Americans have made of it a great Nation. In 1778 our fathers had ft vfsion of n new Nation "conceived hi liberty and dedicated to the proposition that nil Without an, men are created equal." army they fought the greatest of existing world empires that they might realize this vision. A third of a century later, without a navy they fought the greatest navy in the world that they might win for their Nation the freedom of the sea3. Half a century later they fought through an unparalleled Civil War that they might establish for all time on this continent the inalienable right of life, liberty, and the pursuit of A third of a century later happiness. they fought to emancipate an oppressed neighbor, and, victory won, gave back Cuba to the Cubans, sent an army of schoolmasters to educate for liberty the Filipinos, asked no war indemnity from their vanquished enemy, but paid him liberally for his property. Meanwhile they offered land freely to any farmer who would live upon and cultivate it, opened to foreign immigrants on equal terms the door of industrial opportunity, shared with them political equality, and provided by universal taxation for universal education. The cynic who can see in this history only a theme for his egotistical satire Is no true American, whatever his parHe entage, whatever his birthplace. who looks with pride upon this history which his fathers have written by their heruic deeds, who accepts witli gratitude the inheritance which they have bequeathed to him, and who highly resolves to preserve this inheritance unimpaired and to pass it on to his des cendants enlarged and enriched, is a true American, be his birthplace or his parentage what it may. Lyman Abbott. The truly great characters of the those who never make n statement which detracts to n per sonality without knowing they can verify it. The jiersnn who so far for gets himself as to take advantage of n pulpit or the press to defnmecharncter. not only injures his high calling but may flinch from someone that which will not enrich him but leave the person poor indeed. "A good name in man or woman is a jewel," and one should KNOW whereof they speak when they injure that name. Emerson truthfully says; "The great est homage we can pay to truth is to use it." Some one has said; "The greatest friend of truth is lime; her greatest enemy is prejudice; and her constant companion is humility." "Truth crushed to earth will rise world are Few realize what a great number of people, among those who live in such cities a this, suiTer from This condition, which has caused so much discussion, Is nothing more nor lead than n slow self poisoning of Vital number of gentlemen congratulated organs. It is the very foundation of the Governor upon the success of his many ailments. forces In passing the substitute for! Vt lien the organs Decome weaKcneu House Hill 168; expressed hopo that the from any cause they are unable to Senate will net favorably upon the tbrow olT the accumulations of waite measure to the end that "the Coving- - matters. The putrefactive germs soon ton anil Newport saloons may be closed begin to get In their deadly work and A thormiKli cxnnihmtion of jour ejes by n specialist of sevenus tightly us are those In Lexington on suffer finally is a direct victim of pois- teen yenrr exnerlctire. bunuuy." Ions generated right in his own system. A proper correction by fusses of nny Optienl defect or eye "I do not believe there Is nny doubt! Among the common results of this strain. about the Sennte's passing the bill", are jaundice, hard To hnve your eyes tested nnd glosses litteel for one reasonable said the Governor, "though It is to be J cult), constipation. Indigestion and (!) clinnle. thut the Louisville organizn- - menlingof food, biliousnens, sick bond-tio- n will push its Senators to a ncga- and backaches, diarrhea, dizziness. Alumico Frames, 1st Quality Lenses tive vote as wns the case in the Hnu ptir,s n the kidney regioi and nervous- . Years Gold Filled. American Optical 10 " t he saloons in uovlngton nnd New- - nes. and Large Eye. 1st Quality Lenses port, and in Louisville, too, will Del Tnnlac is designated especially to closed under thut bill or we will knowlcomimt this condition of congestion and up. "Fits-U- " "Hold Fast" Eye Glasses and the reason why. The preachers who brought about by !!! and "Compound" Lenses. Extra were put into the unusual position of Its propel ties ns n tonic nnd Invigorant fighting shoulder to shoulder in the tend to throw off the poisons nnd to same trench with law violating saloon spur the organs bark to needeil efforts keepers in opposition to the substitute In short, to clean them and make bill were misled concerning the measure. them normal again. "The claim that I could close those To an nutomobilist it might be said AT THE KENGAKLAN HOTEL PAKLOK, LANCASTER, KY. saloons without additional authority is that Tanlnc acts ns a spark plug in the misleading. The situation Is not in human mechanism. It starts the vital keeping with that under which Govern- engines and then keeps them going at ll closed the Louisville a properly regulated speed. or Deckhum saloons, as lias been nssorted. GovernTanlac may be obtained in Ilrynnts-vill- e or Beckham's nction followed ndecision at Becker & Italian); Crab Orch- of the Court of Appeals ousting n setjnni, i,y(in Brown; Danville. John S. FPANK II A 1 1 of city otllcials." Wells. Paint Lick. J. N. Metcalf; Stan-for1 iwiim iinuu Penny's Drug Store, nnd It. E. ASSIGNED AO LOCAL REPRESENTATIVE CITY COUNCIL CONSIDERING McKoberts, Lancaster, where its properties cheerfully are explained to all i FOR NATIONAL LIFE AND AC- - I HI (!) SCIENTIFIC 1 I;) V III I!) CI (II I I MEANS I I 1 $2.50 $3.00 $4.50 "Shuron," charges for "Kryptok," $5.00 $4.50 "Toric" ID J. J. BYRNE, Optical Specialist MARCH 6th to 18th. ii rZ3 smftiOi ! I I (!l fir IMPORTANT MATTERS. callers. ii xlt Clt. - MMCf CIDENTCO. Mr. Krnnk Hall, of I.eTitiKton, Ky., has been appointed local representative for the Netional Life and Accident Insurance Company, of Nashville. Tenn. Mr. Hall has been in our city for several days and is very much delighted with our city and the people that he has meet. He is n younn man. old in the insurnnce business, and be should find a heaity welcome nmonK the men that comjiose the Insurrnce Fraternities in ATTENTION. The Council of the City has new Under consideration matters of deep and DRUGGIS f S STORE KEEPERS. lasting importation to the people. The electric lighting franchise expires some An exclusive Tar.lac agent tima next yeur Bnd the cost of lighting-this wunted in every town, vilcitv and the efficiency of a plant lage nnd cross road in this that may be installed is receiving the county. For particulars and again." attention of the mayor nnd the city' advertising plans address "Truth forever on the scaffold. fathers. The council is under promise Cooper Medicine Company, Wrong forever on the throne; to provide if possible a municipal owned Dayton, Ohio. E. Koblnson Yet that scaffold sways the future. plant nnd city attorney J. dim unknown which And behind the reported a plan to the council Standeth God within the shadow, will be considered at the calledmeeting Keeping watch above His own." ITHEY HAND US BOQUETS of the council tonight. Mr. Cornn, manager of the Hastin meet-In- ., , Telephone Co., came before the ALSO THAT DOLLAR. l nnd thnt n rnmmitlee lie an- BIBLE SCHOOL CONTEST. pointed to consider the advisability of j Mr. John M. Logan, of New York could not hand us a dollar in A friendly challenge wns given the granting nnd increase in the rates. Mr. Bible school of the Christian church by Cornn stated thnt the telephone com-- 1 1'erson so he did the next best thing, the Bible school of the Stnnford Chris- nanv had extended n ereat deal of he Jrw I'"'"1 l,nn,1 tht'n cut il out tian church, for a contest for the mnn In rMt,irinT nnd nuttinir the nd pressed n crip one dollar bill be- largest atter.dence beginning last Sun-- , oca 8Vatem in condition for first class twe-- n the thumo and first firger and day and continuing four months. Lajt servce anj thought that the telephone lhIs "teh'tiB palm" of ours took it out Sunday Lancaster reported 18S and eomnanv should be allowed to raise the'0' Palm anu ,ooh,,u nl 11 'onuiyoe- Get busy Lancaster. charces. Stanford 2.V1. The council adjourned t0 fore we let it pass on. Miss Allie Brown sending Us a dollar This contest should result in much good meet Friday evening nt 7 o'clock to to both Lancaster and Stanford. consider the request and hear any pro- says: "1 just cannot do without the position) to be made by the telephone Record for it keeps me in touch with I still call old friends. Lancaster people. NEW PAINT LICK FIRM. It would be helpful to the 'council if "home ttiougu tne Iovd ones are The advertisement of White and Rid- the citizens of the town would meet the sleeping in your "City of the Dead dle appears in this issue of the officers of the city and give tlie benefit and that fact hallows the spot So the RECORD, announcing their complete of their views upon thee important Itecord comes to me in lieu ot the new line ot Paints and Wall Paper, just business matters thnt effect the entir weekly letters of old", received by them and are now on dis- community and will continue to do sol Mr. N. L. McQuearv, of Carrollton. play in their new store at Paint Lick, for years for franchise rights usually j III., also says he could not do without the Record and sends us 12.00. Ky. They are prepared to do the most extend from ten to twenty years. .Mr. llaymomt King, ol (Jul., bends us and satisfactory work of High a Car load southern cow peas. dollar nnd a large hoquet. painting and are asking for a liberal Whip Ail old schoolmate, C. M. Furr who sharo of your patronage. Give them a test Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. now lives in Cloverdale. I ml., wisheeus trial. success and helps to make it so by j , . ' poor-will- s. Hails Hog Cholera Remedy. Snotltlys Hog Cholera Remedy. Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy This is the time- to use it as a cure or preventative. our city. Mr. Hall's coming will cause us to loose Mr. J. 1'. Kasley. the Assistant Superintendent .for the National, who has been with us for several months patt on business for the Company, and he will return to his office at Danville, Ky. As Lancaster is under his supervision, we will expect him to pay us 1'ublic frequent visits this year. service is the underlying basis that justifies the creation of u corporation such as the National is and Mr. Kasley has eudevored to make himself a factor for good to the public in n constant increasing measure, since he has been witb us. The men who come incontact with the public must be business-likand combined with this, patience and courtesy and making friends among all classes of people nnd all three Mr. Kasley has been since lie first entered the gates of our city. e McRobertsDrua Store Dz WW T$W VWfc3 tzQ Capital $50,000. Surplus $50,000. I I 1 SEVEN STEPS TO SUCCESS. Common Sense Monor I I Intelligent (lood Cheer Koflpomy I lVreverBCe Hard Work The door marked ".Success" will swing wide iih-i- i to 'a ieruii lakes these seven steps. You will need llral-cliis- s banking connection. We are here to serve you well mid faithfully. who courageously WHOSE CpUNTRY? Whoso country is this, anyway? Koreig'i interference in American interests makes an answer to this question imperative. This country certainly does not belong to the original Inhabitants, the Indians. e Citizens National Bank OK I.AN'CASTKIt, KY. II. K. HUDSON. President W. O. r.ltiNEY, Ass't I'ash'r WAI.Kf'11, Vic Trest. J()K J. Wai.kkk. Jk., Hook-Ke- e er. W. K. CI I AMI", Lnshior. Comedy raavm g lip ft!!! M " 'HjJ.,tfS 'IflWb KIBQBctII li li J," f' S3&3 l'1 W H 1W 1 (vPsPjBfjSS "- - &OTWl&j$$ V ll H Jjv-- W : Ml In Connection with the Regular Run of Moving Pictures at the OPERA HOUSE in Lancaster THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHT, THIS WEEK of last ear. Whoe country Is this? on Here's the answer. It is found in W the prcamLle of the constitution of the United States: Students may enter at any time. "We, tho people of the United Stnt Fuil courses in 1 havo now 0,1 ,ale tl'" latv!,t co'lt'ct- - ei," nre all those who desire "lo form ions in sheet mmic at ioputar prices. a more perfect union, estnblish justice, Putht insure domestic liamuility. provide for a common defense, promote the general welfare, anil secuie the blessings ol liberty to ourselves und our posterity." I This country belongs, to those who THE INSURANCE HAN. hold to the spirit of our institutions. 'Tis evening. Itr.d as I watch the sun Could anything lie plainer? Jackson go down, I feel that its habits have Miss., News. and L ii designed in such a wuy as to be ot the greatest eervlcu to nil, Tiie laws regulating these habits seem to lie TO indefinitely nrrurged to do n definite Terms rcitsonnMe. Tlie roiirns nrc thnroiili, Graduates good, as the sun travels on its wuy. of this school nre lioldinj tunc of the host positions with day by day, age aftsr age. OF (lood nlght. old Sun; you leave us, thu li&Iest firms nnd coriorntlons. but you ulwayu arrive on tiino to make Write or call for particulars. Of any other County in Kentucky or us another day, bringing light that we may see ugaiti how to travel the wuy, nny other State. I cannot under To Kverybody, Everywhere. , "As Rest We Can". , To Anybody. Anywhere. stand the plans of the Muster Designed Do you want to sell your farm? Danville, Kentucky. Jof all Relationships, but he mude you a See us. great Insurance Man. lour ugnt lias i Do you want to trade your farm? never expired. HE DE 35E See us. You are here when we rome and Do you want to buy a farm? when we go, and who knows when you See us. will ceaso to bo dependable? Yet we Do you want to sell your stock of know that you ure and surely we should merchandise? be. See us. As I think of this, I wonder if It Do you want to trade your farm for isn't best for u man just to travel Incororated. steadily but surely along, doing some a larger farm, do you want lo trade good things and good to tome things your farm for a smaller farm, do you over and over ugaln, giving to all he want to trade your farm for a stock of can his same genial Bmlle, extending merchandise or the merchandise for a All when ho can the srino hand in the same farm, In fact do you want to get a deal , In of any kind started? way through the clouds to those 13- -or Don't delay, get a move on you, let Phones 339-All Orders Receive. Prompt Attention. 83. sorrow, and contributing as best he you money. can to the sum of human hupplness, ua do the hustling and make & Swlnehroad, Hughes until his life's sun sinks for the last The Iteal L'staU Men, time In the fading beauty of tlm Even-InLancaster, Ky. West, J. P. Easlty. ' us" sending n check. Mr. Elwood Bailey, general secretary Descendants of the I'uritans cannot of Redpath Chuutiiqua. seiidj greetings ts Lancaster which he says he can claim it, for they are a mere handful in the present population of nerrly never forget. Mr. W. I. Williams, of Tulsa. Okl.i.. 100,000,000. And it is not the property of thecom-jMisit- e ends best wishes to Record and friends. population n generation old nny ! says wo publish the best county paper more than it belongs to the immigrants J. J. DE BO S w'ltU " I Typewriting, BooifkeepiBig, Stenography THECiTLZENS other Business Specialties. GARRARD. i D. B. HARRIS, Principal. Jacob SchuEzCompany Fine Cut Flowers For F Occasions. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. The Central Record, Thursday Men 9 19 lb. 5 at- Page 5 ALONG COMES SPRING! We are prepared for its coming with a complete line of tractive Ladies Wearing Apparell. Never before has a season ushered in such a variety of modes in all the newest materials and colors. Don't miss this showing the only ones who'll be disappoint-e- d are those who do not see it. The Joseph Mercantile Go. Exclusive Ladies Outfitters. Where Quality Is King. HEADQUARTERS Miss Katheryne Hainm left Saturday clerk of the stute Equalization Hoard was at home Sun- - for a months visit to friends und rela- "v? day. tives in Somerset and Nitshville Tenn. t Miss Ia'iIu Ileatty h is been it. Rich- ,, Mr8 W- ,iuIe ,aU(,nter mond for a vi.it of n few das with her MarRarct . ,,, Campbellaville l A 'rUt Motion ol ih Comings snd tor a boing. I.y .hue Wt Art ;nttrrstfu In. '",rt'"uvisit to Mrs. Hall's sister. Mrs. W. T. Lnp Rol.es nt cost. Urnting Stoves nt com. Only Outline Repair. Mr. II. I,. S.iyru of Cinciiu.ati was Malone. " , .1... .1' I wiegueitoi aims received a new line of Harness, Britching Collars Miss Alien I'ollard hits been visiting Tuosdit ...,,(.-.- riorencu nnunugeon Mr. unit Mm. K.I lri hm- - Inih Just been nuite ill of the erin. lint their and Blind Bridles. John Deere Mowers, Binders, Har- Iter sister, Mrs. James llnicher. Mesdtmea I.. C Johnson and V. M. friends will he glad to know that they rows; Plows and Wagons. HFriends are delighted to n Mr. Jack ' n...lu h.nl .,.,, ... lli..l,.wi.t,l DrM nrtUT PiinvaluDf.nf Its licen toM that yon nuilil not jjet reiinirs fur .Join: Deem Mncliinery. Adams oul itfttT several days illness. relatives. Mr. John Duncan who has beenasuf- I his is false We keep repairs in stork. Dr. Chnrle s McCnnl. of Lebanon, lias Mr. mid Mrs. Eugene Aldridge, of ferer from the grip has sufficiently been the guest of Dr. Virgil Kinnuird. City, Inn been visiting relatives covered to visit his siter Mrs. e Mr. Hubert Gobe of Huntington, W S-the past wek. lotte Warren in Stanford. Vii., h.13 been the guest of Mi's I.illie Mi-- s ,, Mr, Wm llettie West has returned from Mr jcnninR9 hive re. Jones. Mr. W. II. Ma-n- n. OLIVER AND SYRACUSE Gossip Abcut Mr. 0. M. Lyon, was in Alt. Sterling I Mesdaines Haydcn Leavcll and Clias. tit In week for several days. Rankin spent Saturday in Danville. Beautiful Carnival Queen. ml e Plows and Points - i . J. H. Mount, 3L & Co. 3Z Char-her- j The Square Deal House. DCZIC FINE ENGRAVED INVITATIONS. WEDDING Announcement Cards and Calling Cards. Beautiful Flowers For Gifts, Dinners Wedding's and Funerals. STORHES DRUG STORE. Best Fountain Service in Town Served in a Sanitary Manner. - ir Notices: r--in 1. ' it Poultry Italscrs CURES Cholera. Gancs. Limbcrncck. Roup. Canker, KVcSi'Srrr Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry Jw itu MM s.rii WJira.wfcll.f.Ukiw. K'r .um "Om linn J Rrfr.4.1l-ttikrUlilliWMBlJ !l.r. cbick mllF. hlllh.bMllntoll.tlhnnnl. Mlg. till Gutrinttca by J. RcbL Ctiisu, BudiKmn. Ky. I'rlcc 10c it ill Oruliti. U 4 Nt, Jk-J- lK Mllil C. C. & UT J. K. Sturuicy. SEE US FOR Best Patent Flour Plows 95 cents, per sack of 24 pounds. 15 POUNDS OF GRANULATED SUGAR $1 BECKER PHONE 27. ft BALLARD BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. ter wa, ""TiT"' the death other "lveh Trrrill awl daughter are mother, Sirs. I'letcher Ifon. Itut in In Lexington lor a visit to aicsuames Dr. Wm. Elliott, Chas W. Anderson. Mrs. Kennedy of Danville Dvlmy um Uuland. Mrs. J Roe Young and Mrs. Florence is here visiting her daughter. Mis. Win .hum, i,ui.e aiue ouiion is ui nome Grant motored to Lexington, where Fttrnau. from it pleasant visit to Mm. Unseam Mrs. Grant will be under n specialist. Mrs J. II. 1'ixton of Stnnfor' was llrown. in Winchester. Miss Urunetto D. Arnold has returnhere last week to teo her mother, Mrs. Messes W. A. and N. It. '.'rice were ed home after n pleasant Jane Itobinson, visit of three 'in Stanford Tuesd.iv to see their brother weeks to relatives and friends in Miss Nora linker and Mr. West oX' Ur. A. S. 1'rice who is ill. Louisville, Paris and Richmond Uanville, wtre the guests of Mis Maud Messrs. Hilly Martin, Charles Geary . Foster, Sunday. Mr. nrd Mrs. Edward Ross, whohave and John Chirk of Danville were in just returned from u bridal trip to the Mr. Uriah Dunn of Hustnnvillo was Lancaster the past Sunday. Mardi Gras at New Orleans, were given Willi his relatives Mr. and Mrs. U. D. Dr. T. J. Ho.k1 returned home the an elaborate course dinner upon their Simpson last week. first uf the week, lookinir muchiinnrov- - arrival. Misses Llllie Jones ami I.illle Mae ml fr(im h3 uf,Ville sojourn. Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Gregory and Sutton have returned from n pleasant ' The Chautauqua Circle met on Tues- - daughters. Misses Sallie Cook and visit to friends in Danville. MISS MARGARET ROIJINSON HARDING. duv afternoon with Miss llrashvar, their Emma Goodloe Gregory and Miss JenMiss Gertrude Wilkerson of Sthnford ul)J,.ct waS( invineial Literature", nie Lackey motored to Lexington on Garrard County fecit a just pride in Miss Margaret Robinson Harding is the ioiular and attractive guest ofl ' being chosen Queen of the Danville Carnival for the is a of ilr- - Jo" Mcll'rU spent the week Monday. her cousin. Mrs. Jack Casey. Garrard, being the daughter of a Garrard county belle, Mis Maiie ltViinson, end with the "home folks" and was Mrs. Elizabeth Denny, who is mak- who was born and Mrs. Annn Itailey of Stanford came i1K)iji,1K tte Bl,a ( reared at the old Hoskins and Robinson liomeitead kimwn aa joying his work, ing her home with her riece, Mrs. John Camp Dick Robinson. Miss Margaret's father, Hon. Robert .Harding, is one to Lancaster Monday and will clerk The "Training Class under the ca- - Roland in Lexington, is in feeble health of Kentucky's nblest lawyers aud deservedly popular in Garrard. Hg.tiu for Mr. J. 10. Dickerson. From both pahle directorship of Trof. Caneer. will "nil now almost a "shut in", much to mother and father Miss Harding inherits both beauty of character n id psrjon. Miss Kathryn Wnriner of Ilustonville hold their assemblage at the home of the regret of her many friends and The "C." men chose wisely and well for she will not wear her h'mrt lightly, i th attractive guett of Mrs. Carlton Lola Johnson on Richmond street, "tives of this section. but as a Queen. Klkin and Miss Anna .Margaret Klkin. Tl.ur.dnj evening. For the past thirteen years it has been the custom for the "C" men of j Mf .Mrs. KwincSltiltz has icturned to Friends ami awju lintances will regret the members of the Women's Club the university to designate some girl as the Queen of the Carnival festivities. her home in Knoxville after u visit to to learn that Mrs Drake, of Nicholas-afternoon at a ten pouring, This recognition has long been esteemed the greatest honor within the bestowbl her patents. Mr. und Mrs. J It Ilourne. Hille. is ill of pneumonia at the home of when the subject of "Arts and Crafts" of the "C" men Miss Harding hai always been a universal favorite with the Mrs. 1. nice and little sons of Mrs. Sjiii Cotton. Mrs. Drake hhsmiwle will be discussed and some things students of Kentucky College for Women and Centre College, as well as with ill arrie this week for n many friends here in the short lime undir discussion will be exhibited. Richmond her host of admiring friends in Danville and adjoining towns. visit to her mother. Mis. C. Davidson. ,,,. ,Hi been with the Joseph Mercan Mrs. Elizabeth Mason u ho celebrated Co. I'aint Lick. Tht ceremony was per- Mrs. Claude Leete mid little sou. tile her 90th birthday on the 27th of Janu fill care of the Christ". formed by Rev. A. J. Clere t Ids res- Dean, ol Davenport Wanhinrton, spent Friends and relative will regret to ary, lies seriously ill at the home of her The following articles were taken idence on Stanford stieet. Mr. TreadSunday with Mr. and Mrs J. II Smith. learn of the surous illness of Mr. II. D w"n, Mr. W. It. Mason. Mr. W. I! IromThe Hrundidge Al.tbamt News; way is one of the most popular und in- -" Itnllinifswortli at the hospital in ronton. Mason, who has been engaged at his "The home of Mr. awl Mrs. J. It. Miss Joan Mount is ut Home after it lie was operated on the new clerial duties nt Frankfort, her Colliei was never prettier than on last fluential citizens of the county und is. pleasant visit to Mm. T. M. Wilson in Ohio, where February for Hbvcess of the on, Mr. George T. Mason of Chicago, Saturday .if ternoor, when Miss Little the senior inenioer of the well known. Howling Green and relatives in La 17th ot live.'. His wife (nee. Miss Liziie and grand son, W. II. Mason Jr., were Collier honored her lovely house guest. firm of Treadwav, Denny A Co., of Grunge, I'aint Lick. The bride is the ac, is with him, und writes h.t is summonsed Tuesday because of her Miss Annio Uelle Ilurnside, of LancasMr. and T.rs. J. II. Kiiiitli enter tiiiiu'd some c. . (ilished daughter of Mr. and Mrs. I. ' letter. critical condition. In the ter, Kv., with a Rook party. a few of their friends Inst Friday, it C. Rucker und is popular and well Rev. E. II. Iiourland who ha? been reception hall und living room, where known. For u number of years Recent issue of the Cincinnati I'ost being the SUtli smiiverajry of their she continued handsome preaching in Elizabethtown and has the game was played, huwls of the was an efficient and Times-Stumarriage. correspondent for tli6 pictures of Miss Plorvnce Andiidge, been called to the pastorate of th" pretty daltddils and nutcirus nodded ul Central Rec)ld, which together with Mrs. II. A. II. Miirkslmrv, Mrs. 1". It. Mlng us a model for it millinery firm Carlisle Christian church irarried Miss bright welcome. numerous friends', extend Marksburv and Mr. ami Mrs. II. Clay When the dining room was thrown) tiuir of that city, lllmlruting the latest pat Maria Grilhn, formerly of tins place, and best wishes. Sutton were recent visitors to Editor open, nrtistic valentine decorations j terns in spring ImU. Miss Andridge is and a duughter of the late Mr. James and Mrs. Louis Landram ot Danville. greeted the gU'Sts, und the light fronii th Hiiulr trimmer for Mis. Rellu Griffin. This church is one of Elder F. ARNOLD-SMITH. M. Tinder's first charges und he natur- - many rod tapers, in crystal candelabra, Miss Margaret Harding, the attrac- Arnold Francis. tirMtlL' lVr tll gatheied! allj feels quite an interest in thechuich ul...il n anil hiaU f tive und is'pular young daughter fo,luwl is urtl paper Mrs. Sweeney Morgan gave it most aud the work of the newly called pastor ro,.m nnd the lovely gills who lion, and Mrs. Robert Harding of Dan" b0 " Luitastrians. delightful birthday dinner, Tuesday "?e about the table. The beautiful center- ville wm elected by "("" men of Centre me jouiiK onue is a jirutHi uaugnter or Feb. 80th, In honor of her son, Mr. J. Miss Julia Reid has received informa- - piece was a vue of crimson Carnations. College us the queen of the I'Jll'i Mrs. H- lie Austin of this eity, who she C. Motgan of I'eint Lo ivel, and Mrs. tion of the death of her Dainty begirt sliaieil ices were seived ..,.. 'si.eti. one is ,. , c, ... miiuiiwij,1 w 11 I. .tit, r 1'ulmvMi l nnu l c mhiiivo VI . ...!. I.,.. I. . In. n. ill. uwiitl t.. ,. l.t.1 quite 't'l Kentnekv is noted for her Iwautiful "".V?, b.irg a graduate of the l'aris Miss Marie Ilallard has begun what. present were; Mr. and Mrs. Hooth Silt- - Denver Col. The little lad had reached wom-- n and Mis- - It.irnside is a true bnK''l H,h Sc,,ml' u,'d (luitu " talented promises to be a very successful school ton aisl daughter. Mr. nnd Mrs. Frank his ninth year, und was the only child daughter of that famous old State, ut Gunn's Chapel. Miss Mallard nltvats Holucluw at.il daughter and sun, Mr, of doting parents; his illness was of iiildo from her beauty, she is'clmrming m"l'''u" mamuge of Miss Mabel Clare. .Morgan. Mrs. W, H. brirf duration, he succumbing after and vivacious and made mary friends , 1 stood high in her own school work and nd Mr-- ( .1 ' ul this city to Mr. Chester Earl is thoroughly competent and will make Klnr Messrs John Henry and three days of severe sutferirg. The nli, tnlll iiluiiii'i tvlvit Kai it siirili:tl VVul. V idge Mi a conscientious teacher. Collier was Smitl'" "f S1,"ll,' coun' wo "ohunnlz- mother of the deceased child will 1 cm., to llrundldL-e- . . remembered here as Miss Mary Harvey assisted in entoruiuiii by her mother. ed Wedneiday afternoon, ut .1 o'clock Wooldridge, having frequently visited Mrs, J. II. Collier, umI Mrs. J. W. ut the homo of the bride's parents, on South High street. Reverend W. E. her grandparents, the lute Mr, und Mrs Robertson." Ellis, tstor of the l'aris Christian Thomas Reid. "On Thursday evening Miss Foy Reychurch purfoimhtg the ceremony in nolds was the hostess at u Five HunThe vocal solo rendered Sunday mornthe lireseuce of immediate relatives ing by MUs Kathryne Wariner, ut the dred party, honoring the beautiful Miss und a few intimate friends. Christinn church was highly appreciated Ilurnsiile, of Lancaster, Ky, who is the The In ide is one of the most gracious by the large congregation andwusquite guest of Miss I.illle kjollier. It was u and lovable joung women cf this citv un acquisition to the musical program very charming affair and thoroughly en- I an neeoniiilUheil tniiulelHii im,l , .... f,,hU wiohes to Mra. Arnold Miss Wurren possesses joyed. After the guuits u delicious with those traits of character of the service. that have salad course was seived. The guests a voico of unusuul "timbre", having t u were Misses Annie Uelle Ilurnside, Lll- Vjon her host of friends. She is Ja nut only melody and volume, but also announoe Annual Spring Opening of graduate of the l'aris High School. and' compass and great flexibility, notably lie Collier, Lucila Dickinson, Messrs J. a member o' the choir of the l'aris I). McEachern, C. F. Avant, Reynolds making the skip of un octave in the it Chmlimi chuich. She is the eldest March the chorus of the "Sparrow Song," with Sipart und Drs. Frank Dean mid C A. daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Henry 1). pcrf-- ct case Her selection, "His Eye Fuulk." Arnold, of l'aris. The groom is a is on the Spurrow", was a favorite und prosperous young farmer hymn sung by the celebrated Charles of Shelby county and a son of Mr, and RUCKEHREADWAY. M, Alexunder in his evangelistic meetMrs. Carl Smith, of Shelby county. ings several years ago, und her clear, The marriage in this citlust Monday After 'he ceremony Mr, and Mrs. distinct enunciation of the words of the morning of Mr. G. M. Treudwuy to Smllli left for u short bridal trip to f beautiful poem was most effective in Miss Eliza Rucker came us quite a sur- Louisville and sther points, and upon impressing the solace of "a happy rest prise to the friends of these popular tlwir return they will be ut home to from weariness and worry in the watch people, both of whom are residents of their friends near Simpsonville. Miss Robert Go of Cincinnati ishere with her parents Mr. and Mrs. A. II Alex-tnde- r ' ,g , W i' .eh " ' e, j granif-Haught- s. l j ; - 1 llilf-ma- r j ,. greut-nephe- I . 11. ...... 111 i Rella her Franoia Millinery for Saturday, Eighteenth. i I well-kno- S i i 1 ' fr rjpse Page 6 THE GREATEST INSURANCE HEALTH HE i ne Cenirfcu record, Thursday Mch 9, Ibl6. ur JNj WORLD ATrarisfusion Br EUNXE BLAKE George Dobbins enlisted hi Ijuulo t wnr, wilt to for tlio nml was severely wounded lie morn) to a hospital In rrnr of the tight lug liner Iip lingered between life ami ilcnlli. Ills family were wealthy mi: willing to spend any ninuunt of inonet n An o(Jort to Insure hi recovery. mnile In secure the service of u to go to Itclglum nml give lit especial nttentlou to pulling through the foil mill brother, livery surgeon who Imil lint gone to the hi Hugl-mfront IkiiI more than lie eotiM 1o nt home. Miss Amelia Dobbins. (Icorgo's sister, wns engaged to nn Investigator In the Ilrltlsh Institution for physical Investigation. Phe bogged him In go with her to her brother, nml the nppenl coming from (he woman he loveil won lilm over. When n man's tnluil I minting In 11 given llr.e It Is ilimciilt to illvert It. Surgeon lllake hail forxome time lieeu T. P. Taylor, Prominent Lsuievllls Diugo'rt, Makes ln.creit.ng Statement The Specter Or Goruckpoor Br Copyright. POULTRY and EGGS PLANNING FOR Poultry Hcuics Should SPRING. DAIRY and CREAMERY. RULES FOR Bf DAIRY WISDOM. liegln to comniunllles Imrrovo their cows, beforo they rcallio It they legln to Improve When f NT j CARDS." and Dentist. at Itslney i mTquad br the MeClure Hndlcate IMC, tt tleniselres. tt Of New.papi-- r I Thq garrison of (?orncknor. In the province of Oiidh. India. In the year INI- -' consisted of i.OlXi men, mid nhnitt half of these were split up Into small detachments nnd stationed here nnd there In the north to keep order among the blllmeii nnd punish nihil ns dacolt. Dncolts nre bauds of robbers under comma ml of n chief who holds n religious Influence over them, and they are yet the pests of India nlong the foothills of the Himalayas. They nre daring men mid hard fighters, nnd very few Ilrltlsh soldiers who fnll Into their CHURNING. bands are spared. I. P. TAYLOIt We were In the midst of what seemThe greatest health Insurance In the ed to be peace when the government "I nevworld Is tin-- simplest." lie dispatched n large train of trensure er could quite understand why iiile and military supplies from Oonickpoor negligent In the iim of I lie xlm i Colonel Keinble. who for (llioorku. ilct of nil prctcnllvcs of Illness. It'll had been ordered to take command of all a matter of keeping the bowels the garrison at the latter place, belns open. The tuan who curries n little liot Just back from a jear's leae of nl of I'exall Orderlies linn pot u good tence In Hngtanil. was with the train, health policy In his pocket I believe they nre the best laxative ever pre- - Investigating ike subject of tmiisfu nml (lie whole was escorted by "J.'U The route for pared, and their pleasant taste appeals slon of blood lie had not only men cavalrymen.past our station, the train brought It where It to men. women and children alike." successful In operation of the kind, for n day and then moved on. but had to endeavor to search ' rested In a dellle fifteen miles to the north Vehnic the exclusive selling rights for for results nn ruing from illlTerent of us It wns ambushed by over n thoukinds of blond Injertrd Into dlfTerent this great laxative. Up hail replaced sand daeolts and sufferiil n evere miskinds of animal not only R. E. McROBERTS & SON. the Mood of n man with that of nn fortune. Then1 was wounded, n heavy In killed nml but the ormig nutans, nml the patient had de- loss THE REXALL STORE veloped n prnpensltv to climb trees. A treasure mid a portion of the supplies were captured and run off by the liberal nml beiievn'ent gentleman. wln h.id received the blond of n miser hail BUCKEYE to of become ti sUtnfltit. These nnd other usThe remnant Intothe train returned camp until and vtcnt case hail eoiivlnceil the Inrestlgator Mils I hi Hill spent Sunday with j could come up. and the nrp In the . Misses Minnie and Louie llrown. . ! that racial bullet headed, tyrannical Colonel blood. whoso obstinacy nnd recklessness Mr nnd Mrs. T. 0. Hill spent Sunday As soon its Dr. ISInke Mir Ills pit the disaster, prowith her father, Mr. J. N. Teater. tleut. who was mucli enervated nml had brought lUm.lt red hot for everypale, he said that he needed hloo.l ceeded to make It Mr. nnd Mrs Lewis Noel'spent Sunbody. It was a well populated counnnd must have blond nt oiue or he day with Mr. and Mrs. Otto Simpson. loyal natives to would die. It H not every one who try, with hundreds of Mr and Mts. Hubert Carter spent will glio his or her blood for nnother. be picked up. but (he colonel proceeded Saturdi) night and Sunday with Mr. mid tile person who was willing Itiglvo to look upon ein'b and every one as having had n hand In the nnd Mrs. I!a Kny. his blocil for Centre Dohhins did not guilty of on the train More than a score Mr. Clellon Teater and sister. Lealar, Appear. Ills sister volunteered, ami were shot or liangiM offhand, while were the quests of their cousin. Miss since she wns u hearty young woman, many were whipped ot the lust or or' the doctor did not oppose the uctept Lucinda Carter, Sunday. dered out of the district. It was a mice of her offer. lie had every reign of terror for three weeks, and Mr. nnd Mrs. Forest Cilico nnd childthat she would nsume no great the end was a lit ting one. ren spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. risk, tut to supply the blood lost by t one day brought My own and Mrs. Ambrose Calico. Mtss Dobbins some ont must spare n j we had found In a mere I part of his for her supply. A young cowering In my whom Rev. D. F. Sebastian will pteach n thicket. The colonel soldier who wns struck with Miss Dnb- bulldozed and browbeat him mid final: lie re Saturday afternoon at 3 o'c'ock blns volunteered, and the nerntlon ly ordered his execution on the ground and Sunday morning at eleven o'clock. was performed, the blood the lady Mr. J. A. Whittaker and daughter, save her brother being made up to her that he wns a spy It was only when he knew that he must die that the Miss Dorotey were the guests of Mr. by Charlie Hopkins. young fellow braced up mid showed .and Mrs. Herbert Whittaker and Mr. Ul .ons ,mer lras.u.u, un , Ile ,va, Mas IoJ courac. ani, was heard nt he front. ...id t the sur-nd(.Mrs. R. W. Sander? last week. 0IW,itlo he said to the colo- . prlso of all Miss Dobbins rushed fran-tlcally out and. approaching the llrlug , e.. am. Innocent, and When lo Take Chamberlain's Tablets. line from the rear, seized a musket , , Joath. f from a wounded man and. Joining the When you feel dull und stupid after n ' wivrs, luuiiui urmt'1,1, iiir iiwjr but my spirit will follow you tn the eating. toauded at seeing a woman lighting grave." When constipated or bilious. r beside them, rallied around her and Half on hour later be whs dead, but When you have a sick headache. her leadership attacked the Ger- be was the one to lie executed. "When you have a sour stomach. mans la oue of the trenches so rigor- At midnight lnt that night the colonel ously that they drove them out. When When you belch after eating. railed Hip sentinel Into his tent. nnd. the fight, was over Mlsa Dobhlns wns with white face nml trembling voice When you have indigestion. decorated on the Held. When nervous or despondent. snd the perspiration standing out on Only Dr. Rlako attributed Mls Dob- bis forehead, he When vou have no relish for your bins" bravery, so unusual In n woman, "Man. do.vim sis- - that loy sitting on meals. to any especial cause. He made the chest?" When your liver is torpid. ns tn Phorlli. IlnnkltiA unit "1 see noNid.r. sir." replied the senj Obtainable everywhere. learned that he was one of the bravest tinel. I men In the army. The doctor was "He Is there. I tell you: Ile follow-efirmed In his theory that the blood Is 9 me t mess nnd back, nnd he has the basis of all the different traits that been here In plain sight nil the evenflesh Is belr to. ing. Take him nwayr Ceorge Dobbins, after baring Ttnt there's nnliody here, sir." his sister's blood. Improved rapidly And there wasn't The sentinel calland In time returned to the colors, lie ed In two ortteers. who looked mid had enlisted ns n private, but wns soon earched In vain nud assured Colonel promoted to lie lieutenant on account Kemble that no was present. He of his coolness In face of the enemy. tried to turn It off with a laugh, but of his In less than twenty-fouWhat was the astonishment hours every comrades when at the first light In min tn tmn kmw that the colonel which he took p:lrt after his return t.i was hauntei i,y a F,octcr. He made a the front he paled, turned nnd lied. braTe vort , llIur lt uuti Imt t was Ho was reprimanded by bis . imi.. usees,. Tm. ,K.t.,cr followed at Ills mandlng ollleer mid Informed that he hpe,a , (,a m1, at hy ll0,i,,le nt He beg. DiKhu am, , must be tried for cowardice. .w.k tD(, 8tro ged for a chance lo redeem himself, Bres,,re , mcntal ffnH iominK asserting that the cause of his night wrecfc Iu. , ,w for ,,lty um, Kulllelently hs.i was that he bad not , Blvp. ,vo ,,,, pathy . cred from Ills rerwit eonlliietnent tn ,f mJ ,nt;ll iM(, Ktuud up under lire. He was given the , hu Vl.lisram.,, de.slred opportunity nml relumed m , Umkv T ,M , I'll- lW) rasei I'ut when a dash was' his commnnd U .MUl- - lll.'l '"I ' ,i, i,,i mil"! made on the tJeruiaii treuche the men on ueknnwlidged that It was went over them while Dobbins' legs later No something beyond his uiisllclue. nguln carried Ills unwilling elf In the The one else isiuld is'e the rear. say that It sat bestdu would This time a iiniri martial was sm isilunel stiKHl iu the door, but there was bl m or Vou vc money. vened to try him. News of hi dlnothing for the ees to rest upon. He freight on staves You tare graei' went to Hnulaud. nml Dr. Itlakr and fixtures by our ilirett hearing of It. called ilmu llenrge's ' would draw his sword mid cut mid purchases and shipments. specter, but lie nt tber nnd iitiuniinied bis lieller that the ilasli and thrust It. the Vou rj:t your silo vlth mini- I!y the mrgeou's transfusion of blnnil from n wiuhmi rould not harm muri ccILjj nd haniilinj ndvlce tho rulonel returned to (lorilek-Mincoil. had given his sun u wnumnV I. Vou pay for no expemive It was reMirti'd us a ease of tiomil Imihlllty In bear arm. tdtcrthlng bills, ofliccs, hugj So great was the likeness between breaking down over mental anxiety, bis tslsries snd overhead tteorgo mid Amelia ttiat "hen, Imt'i but hundreds of people came to know cxpcmri. You ne mora aachoraje, a wore the same 1.1ml of garments thee better. The specter fulloucd lilm back, iltccl-t- f ep hiu;ed door, a not M'!I le told apart, tlenrg-- at followed him to the house of n friend, that yoii the Mstcr's Pttggetuiii feigned III int with lilm through every night mid frequently have to pay s mid wits taken to n hospital, frotn Jugged ut his heels through every hour for at "extrat". Vou get better fixtures whence hit slhtir oplrlted him nwny tn it the day lie could un more shake L throughout. the coast mm sent lilm home.ln wn It off than he could change the color of You get every "ucceusry"' man's dress ns herself. Then she tip- "is ejea. lie mane tile gamest sort or a high grade silo, t fratsrc of ) plied ns Ceorge Dobbins for Mime es. light, knowing that his future enreer with every "unncceasary" expense eliminated. A! peclally hazardous duty to redeem the wns nt MnKe. nud at length all men You pay for "silo" sad not lost Ivtiutattuii. It was granted. She .atue to pity him pity him and avoid for coiily telling methods Mole Into the enemy's lines, II nil nn aim as one uceurtusl, Ile was medicalthat add nothing to the vslu: l n ammunition receptacle, destroyisl H ly treated, given brief furloughs nud ol your slW. You get "more tlio" for "lew 4J und got luck tafely to the llrltlsh lines. ever)' effort made to build lilm up. bill money". An order was Issued that the court it the end of eight months, every day martial convened to try Lieutenant uu every night of which hud beeu a cii rati ci.4 Ceorge Dobbins for cowardice be dis- terror to lilm, be ended by blowing out missed, uud Lieutenant Dobbins was bis bralus. KENTUCKY SILO CO. Was It case of u man haunted by promoted for gallant and meritorious W, 1'. Kincaid. Mf Stanford, Ky. service In tho destruction of enemy's iplrlt seeking revenge? It was not so reported officially, but from first to ammunition. t, The real George Dobbins Is ut hotue last mid from tho highest to the knitting for tho soldiers. Amelia Doband this Includes two surgeons, lt bins U fighting at Itt front, while Dr. ivas fully mid firmly believed that It Illuko Is lecturing on "The Hlood, tho was. and the unrminy affair bad a rouudatlon of Our Constitutional treat Influence over other olllccrs In belr future treatment of the natives. an-mI I Keni-bleu-rk ctuill-ilcncdelai-hii'.cn- Interesting Information on tho Art of Do Cleaned and 4 Making Good Dutter. Drooc'crs Disinfected. tt There Islfgirnt deal more to churn- tlf It Is well to overturn! nil tlie pou'try farm buildings preparatory to tuntlug ing than simply turning the crank and ! slopping vthen the butler comes. So US up the breeding pciM nnd thoniuglity clean, spray and )vbltensh every siijs A. It Nystrntu of the Washing- Kf ton experiment station, mid he gives t'f thing, tfcud results rnnnot be exett-rKf from n I !. tlia.t Is mnde to lire In Kime luleifstlug rules vthlch should Uf and cliuni often. a building I'ifestcd with rermhi mid .Ue a lot of lalsir nnd. besides, glio Kf The milk pint has her plate, t" filth nor where thee Is dancer of eon lietler butler. The turret t teuipem-tut- e Kf but thocoiv will always continue '.'J I trading ilhense from foul lloor. feed lliilsirtiint. so. Ilrt. get n good Kf lo be the main source of the Kf Kf ft ironghs nnd watering dcvl es. The dairy thertvometcr. world's milk supply "i rootlug compartment, pcrvhos, net Fifty flie degrees I. Is ninMervd if Ut tf vt w VS 1 1 Kf ti vs rs ts I low churning temperature and n" de- US VS I !f gree 11 high one I l's? 11 low churning temieratnre When the cream I very sour. RAW BONEMEAL FOR When It I very rich. When the fat globules In the cretin: nre soft, tine to the soft feed mid CONTAGIOUS ABORTION crass. During lint weather, 11 young people Is alone wortli while. it Ti..iwtt nflss Its first MrtUdny without being ierfectly Bf halter broken. It Is simply common sense to uf know nhlcli cows nre prolllnble. IS Testing I Hie only wny to find f Kf out, says rami Journal. The same rules should obtain ft get the Kf now as In summer-- to cream up ni rpilekty ns possible W The Interest of tho it Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterincnry Surgeon Oilier s Livery Stable. Liinrnsicr. Kentucky It, Aforrow, Crmhmtr i)jtirtur Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. lieu the tern- not a medlclmi Ilarr Ismemeal snluttltute for methylene blue or Ibe carbolic nrld ticnt ut for contagious by Ihe lufccilnus genu bortlnu ill sea ne nutl should not 1st so regarded, of Hoard's writes however, furnish Dairyman, tt ib.-mineral substance, lime and phnsphn. nis for developing the Is'iiy frame of tbe fetus. Itonelneal might well be given even If drugs were needed tn hisoii. If no counteract Infectious germ dlene ls present boneiiM-a- l I John M. McRoberts. H. Pa'.Dt T J. PATRICK. ""Ttuok'' !). V. .11. rnnl rum-tiinlen- t Dentist. icfe. , John .!!. fascy, Cuff Cochtu breed uf fohi It ts trcd In ram rrom Ci.li.a several colors. Lut burf Is tt.o i.iowt popular Am rltnn In t'.s tli caltel f r a rlcti ntlitn I Uit and m;.tlt Uie Mia1 11 Li.d f c its wi.Ii ill 'it le. s. .full, mil tluf, anil liuck. ttriud bac't : 1 full shanks shou'.tl trrrt Thennd ouuUe, mM! euv-en- d nint frost outer tocoiernt. nmt'tli.sli. tlum-ot- c end fool feathering ns nn. r.i tilnl p.eiureil Is n liurr Cochin cock. Tli ,, 1 , n-- ly r I & Buying I ,,, ,,, a. ,,p ., Kss.-ter- . - fa-- iii-s- - 11 11 low-rs- perature Is likely to rise while churning. L'se a high churning temiH-rature- Wheu the cream I rather sweet. When the cream I tliltl. When the fat globules nre hard, due to dry feeds. During cold weather. sff' When butler comes In from thirty to forty minute that Is a sign of correct temperature. Ilutter should always form Iu granules. If It conies In Boft lumps the I'liinilng temperature has been. to high. This makes the butter Althoush few ibiioinenat rnrartls greasy, hard to nush, and It polls ruva lK-rnsile by Ilruwn Uwlu quickly twrausf uf tho buttermilk that cattle, eirry dalrymsn stho has As common t.cne dictate, tho Incu- wasn't washed out. dealt lth thnn knows that year bator should be thoroughly gono over, pnslucs, niaka tils atur Ton low a temperature villi cause Kood averages an.! ralM atrontr cleaned, disinfected nud tested before slow churning and a brittle texture, tjuallttes ara what caliea. the season's hatching Is tdnrtud. Hi nil but thvt faults an- - less serious than make up tl tluimbllltr of tbe probability the machine has not been the others. Turn Ihe churn Jttst fast llrown HwIh from tti atandrlnt touched since the last hatching was enough to get the grcatcxt amouiit of to mnlta k of ttie man who wtah token off In JUne of the season befora. concussion. llvlnx fmm a dairy- - Thm belter To tlo this consider the puro brtt llrown SwtM hown t In which case It Is quite likely to tie amount of In the churn mid It very dusty anil soiled. To disinfect condition. rrenni If Snect cream. esls--lalltray. It Is rich, properly remove nil diaphragms, tends tn foam and stick tn Ity of animals, sst fixed ruin for feedmovable parts, give them 11 mid other the chum. In that ease turn slowly so ing cannot nell be given, ('omuioii good washing or sprayliig with warm a to give plenty of time to sense nnd observation must govern the the t water contnlnlug disinfectant and' put fall. fetsllng. From, n heaping tcasiHxmful them In the sun to dry. Then wash or Nesit to Ihe ehuni Itself a good cream n an ordinary dose tn a handful Iu spray the Interior of the nu"lillie In separator Is the most Important utensil emergencies has Ikyii tho quantity ne thn same way and do the In a farm ilalry Istnuse It gives you a have used. We tin not make Ihe fetsltrays and diaphragms until the Inside smooth, frt-d- i. uniform cream. lng of the bone n constant practice, tint Is thoroughly dry. of tho machine If no think wifely requires this precauNever ue kerosene or any other oil tion we prefer fetsllng once a day for a or In the Interior of an ENSILAGE FOR COWS. or any week, then skip a week, Instend of liquid. In fact, wtd'-will not evapn. fetsllng continuously The third month rate comparatively quickly. The odor Sutejestions For Combining It With of gestation. Is usually soon enough to or fumes from n strong disinfectant Grains to Form a Good Ration. begin, us bone deielopnieiit ts slight are fatal to the etuhrio chicks. When I find that some farmers express until the fourth month. We ulsn generthe machine Is cleaned, dried and aired Jlsapisilntment at Ihe result they have ally dlstsiutliiue feeding Ismemeal ul see that It Is level nud In good working had from fetsllng corn ensilage tn milk together during tliu last three or four order, nnd tn Insure further against cows, and from what I eati gather cel. 'before delivery If we hale been trouble It would be advisable to light tbHr dlMippolntmeiit Is due to misunIt till that lime. the lamp or Move and operate It for a derstanding the priqiertleH of their in These explanations are suggcstlie few days In make any observations-o- r fe--d. u eorres)iidcnt of- the writes our own exrleuce rather than adjustments ns to tlui heating uiet'lia-nls- Farm Journal. definite iuiirlii.4luii tn apply with cer-- ' nnd regulating appliances. They ms.mii to have begun with the taluty to all cases. Another good plan Is to test Idea that corn silage Is a complete fetsl of the thermometers, for many anil that cows need nothing elm. For Turnips For Dairy Cows. hatches linvo Usui lost In Incubators the benefit of the dissatisfied I will Wtu-rthere Is an abundance of due to tliu Inaccuracy of simply 11 de- suggest n few tested mid satisfactory turnips. We would feed forty tn fifty gree In the thermometer. formula: If n pnultrymau Is raising Leghorn Corn silage, thirty (mumls; cloier pounds dally per cow. say Hoard's or other Huhtwelght breeds he wltl uot bay. right ihiiiuiIs; gluten feed, dry Dairyman. We eumt'der It n ! prachave to commence hatching prepara- ' pint menli, four and two-third-s pounds: tice tn fctl the t'ir?ilw Irumet! lately tions ns early ns the fellow who 1 lornmeal. three and one-thirafter mllklngk If they urn fttl Jin,t be Hiund breeding Plymouth Hocks. April and IK-- r day. fore milking they are l.kely tn give May nre the tlnior. but there best month. for mi Or alfalfa hay, Mx and batching Leghorns, wheieus Itock and Hjuiuls, or cowiK'u hay, file pounds, or Is no danger If they are fed Immediateother heavy late-l- s should be stunts! soy beau bay, five uud one-hal- f r.eslde1 the turnls. pounds. ly after milking, hi February mid March. In place of clover hay, but with the we would let the cow have dally all the mixed clover mid t'limthy hnv she silage, gluten and lurnl the some. Or to meet the need of many others will toi.sume. A mixture-coi-slatl- m: Keep tho Henhouso Clean. At this time of year, when the bens use com stover (cull, eight pounds T of "Oil pounds beet pulp. 'Jil uiunds are shut up In a tight house, consider day, with the silage, gluten and meiiL gluten fiii I and "IK) pounds ground able- moisture will gather uud be abbut add three pounds of gnnil wheat oat will supplement tho roughage ery well. sorbed In the litter When thU be- bruii. Or If you use gJutru meal In place of comes damp and moldy tt proves n Holding Up Milk. gluten feed tukie ubuut tlirir to four tlot-menace lo the lieultli of the uud Some cow, "hold up their milk by Is a frequent cause of disease The liouuds. depending on the grade, and controlling-Hi- e mure corniueul. muscles that guard the Utter should be changed ns soon ns It add a couple of Or 'f preferred In place of Ihe gluleu milk rescn'olr. bi broken up and before lt becomes outs mspiire this habit mid ut milking refuse tn tie dump. Fowls run stand n lot of cold first mentioned use two to three pound one-ha- lt liver It for u time. The habit Is u bud without evil coiiseipieuces. but tlmu-iich- s cottonseed luenl or one nud they 11 nut stand, but become 111 pounds cottonseed men I with four oue, nud the tlscfuliiens of tows Is of pounds wheat brnu. ten destroyed by It. Various onuses mid eventually die. The proiHirtloim mentioned for each may be responsible, such ns Irrcirulir f these suggested combinations make Ity of milking or feeding loud talking Fattening, Hens, harsh (treatment or the' pn-et- ue of Tho fundamental factor ot success- an average row's dally puitlon. strangers or unfamiliar objects. It I ful fattening Is tti keep the hen quiet. or great Importance Hint young helfe.s This by Itself may cause mi accumuButter In WlnUr, lation of fat, bul in general praetlco Clonl butter mi be made In cold bo carefully und tenderly managed n It Is customary In feed u greater exweather, but the cream should not be that they will early learn tn give dun ecs of fat In Ihe ration than would kept too long. Add u little buttermilk Uielr milk nud continue sn tn do or Hour milk tn ripen it nnd do not ko given to ordinary layers. The raWrapping Dutter, pidity of the process would depend keep tt longer than four or live days. Kvery print of butler idiould b.t lic it upon the fat producing value ot tho On smaller churning and have tlctter ly ivrurped Iu pmiil'lu paper, on wli food and the ability of the bird to butler. Tum the cream screw to run uttllzo the fat and keep up Its vitality heaitcr crcum In the whiter and the the uarrii of the farm has been pla'n'. cburnlngs will gather more quickly. printed. under close contiicment. nil other apparatus should be strayed, painted or scnjhbed with u stron-- disinfectant. He sure to get after the brooder house with unusual care. There Is no greater linndlmp for n brood of chick than vermin liee nnd mites. Many houses. uiisuspc"tcd. fairly swarm with them, nnd thorough, work Is necessary tn rid t'ae premises of these pests. If the ho'lse can be made tight, fumigate with t'ae sulphur: If not whitewash with hot lime, and tn every gallon of the liquid ndd nn ounce of crude cnrbollc acid. Vw crude carbolic ncld. not the refined product, for the crude arid a dark brown, dirty looking liquid contains tor oil. which Is to lie desired. nt d Professor 1" II Keklcs of Hie Colirrrlty of MIskiuM dri.ra.es tlie Jtracy ns futtons: "A Rutsl Jrtrry eotr Is tllr Isodel of tthlt 1 Eenenilly taualil U be ihe tlal'y farm. Uhf liu pronounced ite-Jfor tier iliai y on l.tiui lire ami viae, 'a itetl tli'tctopo! ujtlt-t ejrr n ixtuntl t f ni mlik. fit trhlle In full How of when The Irtstl l lery prtiwl nt crossed ui-tceninwii cattle or Krattrs of otbrr breeds. Th trout usually partakes strongly of the Jtrny 1)1" nnd mllklnK tjuilltles. Tti Isitl turtsl Is a Jersey. . alone lias seemed to Is-- sufficient. who nre I also find that fanners (Jrniliuilc I'iticinnnll Vclcrinnry careful not to feed muty hay or grain who use lime ami phosphate tin mid Cnllie. their land, grow clover nnd cure It Ollice tl W. It. Ilurttn's Ssle .Stable proiierly mid feed It In n reasonable Night I'bone 2IU wny lime little trouble that rmiM l traced to Imperfect nourishment. The cause of trouble must net rssarlly Is? coiisklensl In chboslng retiiisllc. If thortsmtnglou nlsirtlmi Is prt-c- nt ough irealmeiit of the lit rtl and disinfection of the stables are the PtlNERAL DIliliCTOR only reliable means of safety. Ofllce Over N'nlit.nitl Hank. of bnnemenl to he ftsl The amount vnrles with conditions and Individual- - Itesidence I'hone 3. Ollice I'hone 'J7 I.ANCASTKIt, KY. Veterinary Surgeon. J. S. Beazlev For All Kinds of ROUGH G. C. COX; LUMBER. see Manse.Ky O.nc.Hour.J.S.rn, M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler Doctors Of Dental Surgery. ir Om; Mormr HnlldluufM wn'f urntmra Hurt A Aiidar Mtnrv, I.ANCASTKIt. KKNTUCKY. TREES (jartleii. Write fur free Cutnloitut. Fruitand Shade Trees Strawberry Plants. Shrubs, Crape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox. Peonies Kverytliiiitf for Oniinrd. Lawn and No Ajjta &. H.F.Hillenmeycr . Sons. lUlfi l.e.xititiliiii. Kenlurky. POSTED The iindersigntd hereby y'-ie warn, to intf to all persons not to trespass uon our lands tor any pur-is- e whatever bi w will protrute all offenders to ful extt-n- t of t- - law Hunters and. Fishermen esis-cis'Itake notice. . It. I Kikin Dl & N II Trice It. Cook. W. Mrs. IJtbecca J. West. II. 0, Arnold, James 0 Conn. J. C. Morgan J. I'. Ilhmd, Long llros .1, II. and W, S, Wesver J. Iloolh .Sutton. W. T, West. W. I, I.hwsoii ami sun. Howard Kine;, .1 Miss Carrie Keultlrn, II Klgsby. J. C. ltigsby, .li.hu Itichardsou. A. O. Miles. J. . Woods. J. II. Tlionipton, Kelly. Frank Thompson. II. I Jin,, m. I'urra, David Steven. K. C. itlgiby, 'Anderson. J. II. Thompson. Davis Sutton Am ard Kd Iluuri e. Mrs. J, Wade Wslker, We will add other numes for 23 cents cash. I). M AreYcuaWwi?! I Ill HIGHEST PRICES PAID RaaltUaco MalM SUmat ia Raceif Dar ' t ' Sign of Get d Diccslicn. 4 Na Coswhwm to Pay WrturorFricaLblaa. SklssTa Phone 43 im&mmm -. rut-.va y H4 HSier&SMs LOUIS VIUX. KY. For all Kinds of Job Printing. ' ft yw ' i tiLsrr i- - 'JUt i I When you see a clie'rful and happy old iady jnu may I, n that she has :oal digestion If your dlg!tlsii is impsiied or If ou tl.i rot rellsli your meals Inke it duso of Clionili-arluin'- s Tablets. They strengthen the stomach, improve the dlg-Mand cause a gentlnnent movement of the bowels. Obtainable everywhere. RECIPE FOR CRAY HAIR. To half pint ot itater add 1 ox. Hay num. a small box ot llaibo Compound, and U ox. of glycerin. Apply to (lis hair twice a week until It becomes the desired .node. Any drugvlst can put this up or you can mix It at homo at very Utile cost, Full directions for making- - and usa come In each box of Ilarbo Compound. It will sritdually darken streaked, faded gray hair, and remove dandruff. It I excellent for faUInc hah-- and will make harsh hair soft and Klosay, U will not color the scalp, ts not sticky or greasy, and doaa set nik off. Oil The Woman's lm I E . NI SALE AT ALL DRUGSiStt BWBHamiJ i i fain' fir--- The Central Record, Thursaay Men 9 1916. DIAMOND Page 7 TIRES Smith Lung Tonic. Relief For Lung Troubles, Coughs, Colds, Hoarsness, Whooping Cough SET NEW STANDARDS "VciTtt Robber" Compound Tougber And Longer Wearing. Compounding Was He Really a Hero ? Dr K. A. MITCHEL A man. quite the worse for wear, a crutrli tinder one nrm, opened n gate and limped up the wall;. In the cct.ter of ample grounds stood (he home, the' wholn forming one of these old lingllsh places that denote age and On the way he met n la the secret of rubber manufacture, it Is said. With pure rubber of good quality as n basis, toucher rubber may ho made by mixing it with certain Ingredients ami vulcanizing the product into shape. "In the great Diamond Experimental Laboratories at Akron, Ohio, a great fund of rubber compounding knowledge la tabulated," aaya Mr. II. M. Ilncon, of tho Diamond Kuhbcr Co. "In n methodical way wo lire building on the Contains no Dopo nor Tar or Crcnsote. experience of over 45 years with the big purpose! ii view of putting more toughness, elasticity and Prepared with care by Dr. T. B. Smith the iualitiea into rubber goods. originator or Smith Agricultural Liniment, 'Thus we came to tho Iltack .Velvet years test has proven the best. Sold at Rubber' found in the new Diamcnd Tires. x "After testing thia rubber by putting experimental tiles on n fleet of ten factory test cara which, running night Head what others my about the Lung Tnnle Ilrlicf. and (lay, piled up over 900,000 miles in the course of n year on every conceivKy., waa In the year IMS, Mrs T. J. Ilach, of Jackson. able kind and condition of road, it was consulting said she very low with consumption, and five iloctora found that these new Diamonds gave could not live thirty daya. They advlird her to no to Arizonn; mileage beyond all expectations. he refused and requeited her husband to get her n gallon of "Thus we knew that the demand of Smith's Lung Tonic, wldcli she took. It cured her. She la now motorists for a greater mileage tire was a well woman In 1912 she repeated the clrcumatance to Dr. answered, so we ottered this 'Velvet Smith, snytng: "You aaved my ife. I am now in perfect health Itubber' tire exclusively. and have never been troubled aince you cured roe." "While it is a strong, rugged tire we do not dwell on the mere bulk of it, for bulk does not give mileage any more than a piece of ateel is good because it may be thick. Quality ulone counts, in rubber as in metal. "The famous Diamond Squegee Tread design is retained because it has established Ita reputation as one of the most effective treads Incorporated. on the narket. "Thi-- is the story of the development All that has resulted in the new tire standards which Diamond 'Velvet Itubber' 13 -- oral, All Orders Receive Prompt Attention. Tires represent. It has really taken Phones IU9-us fifteen years to build this tire. We ate sure that motorists will And new satisfaction In these Illack Tread Ited Wall Diamonds." F. A. U. 211SX 1 ife W,, , ' ' Bronchial Soreness and Lung Albert ''iS? ' Affection. 48 girl, leading a big dog. which, seeing the disreputable person who bad en tereil the grounds, growled. The girl reproved the dog. then looking at the man, said; "Would you like sometnlng to catr "I certainly would." "Go up to the house. I'll bo there In n few minute and will see that yon Vjp is Ihc real Stormes' Drug Store, Lancaster. Jacob SchulzCompany Fine Cut Flowers For Occasions. are glren something." Tho man hobbled up to the liou nnil going mi to the porch sealed hlmelf on a wicker chair. In n few minute the girl returned and seeing him sitting on the porch gave him a look that was Intended to annihilate him. lie paid no attention to her. and nfter re gardlng him for a few moments she went Into the house. Presently n butler came out on to the porch with a salver on which wns n meal, and set It down on n table. The man. who was evidently very hungry, applied hlmclf to it, then ask.d the butler If he could give him anything to wash It down. The butler gave 1dm a more crushing look than Ids mlntress and disappeared After n conference with her lie returned with n decanter nnd a glass. The man toot n stiff drink then told the butler to ray to the young lady that he would like to speak with her. In n few minute she enmo out and stood waiting for what he had to " say. "I nm n discharged soldier," he said "from the army In Ilclglum." Tho girl's manner changed nt once. "Did you ever meet Captain Trcvel linn there?" she asked. "I was with him constantly!" ground-grippin- g Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. FOB BBeRGRITIS, WBeSPKQ C8UGH, Beauty and Hope. cbqbp. Slake the Ilcst Remedy at I Ionic If everj thinii was told in J liberal rnd s luir a mai.ner at tho below named aia cllinfl ichiffmann's New Conabsolutely no centrated cause (or complaint or dissatisfaction Could polbly ari! Irom anyone. These driiiiiutJ say -- "liuy a bottle of thia remedy and try it for Bronchitis. Whooping Cough. Seveie Cough, Croup or any llronchlal Affection, and c will return jour money, just the same as we do w ith Schumann's famoua Asthmador, if It d.o not give satisfaction, or if not founil remedy ever used for any of the Why not take adthese complaints." vantage of this guarantee and try this drug-glut- mm abb boles 128 Tcaspoonsf ul for 50 cents. think beauty is truthfully tho expression of hope, and that la why It la so enthralling, because wlillo the heart Is absorbed In ita contemplation, unconscious but powcrfuMiopo Is filling tho breast. Itlchard Jeffcrles. I ll medicine, and get your money back, rather than buying another purely on tho exaggerated claims of its manufacturer or on the strength of testimonials from others and run the chance of getting something worthless and also wasting your money? In buying this remedy, bi sides teemLight Under Water. ing an absolute guarantee of its efficiency Photography lias discovered the from those druggists, you also Ret about as you depth to which tho sun's rays peneeight times as much medicine would In buying most any of the trate water. Klvo hundred and thirty ready-mad- e kinds, which averfeet below tho surface, darkness was age from 20 to 32 teaspuonsf uL bocautc much tho aamo aa that on earth on a (128 50c worth makes a whole-pin- t when mixed at home with clear but moonless night. pint simply one pint of sugar and one-ha- lf of water. This remedy positively doea not contain chloroform, opium, morphine oranyothernarcotic. It is pleasant to take and children arc fond of it. You will be the ole judge, and under thia positive guarantee absolutely no risk is run in buying this remedy. Druggists everywhere . arc authorized to sell it under the same (AlUtAltl) ClltCUIT COURT. guarantee as Schiflmann's famous Asthmador of "Money Hack" if not perfectly satisfactory. K. J.Schiffmann. Proprietor, Jus. 1'. Mosier'a widow and lirs. Pills. VS. Saint Paul, Minn. Guaranteed here by C. C. & J. E. Stormes, Lancaster, Ky. Jos E. Mosier'a hrs and creditors Uefts Pursuant to a judgment rendered ut the March term l'Jlti of the Garrard COMMbSIONEO OF "Indeed." "That nccounts for my making my self at home In this house." "If you had told me that you were a friend of hU I would hnvo given you a more cordial reception." "You arc one of those who rented the place nfter Trcvellion's departure, .' suptosc." "Yes; we moved hero n few days after he went to the front." "Yon never saw hlm'i" "No. I've liecn told be is n very handsome man." "Handsome! Who told you that?" "Every one who has ever seen him considers him handsome." "1'vo seen him every day for ten months, nnd I never saw anythln: good looking about him." "That's probably ticcausc you'vo seen him dressed no better than you. You can't expect n man to be tine looking got up as you are." The man smiled. "You would never take me for n handsome man. would you?" different such a fine flavor, so cool and cheerful and friendly, youH get a new idea of smoke joy ! The patented process fixes that and cuts out bite and parch I And this little preachment is also for men who think they're" on the right trade. All to be said is that the sooner you lay out a nickel or a dime for a supply of Prince Albert, the sooner you'll make a discovery that'll be worth a lot to your peace of mind and Buy Princ AHtt alt octr fAnWijior Toppyrid tongue eg; 5c I tidy tint, poenJ and half.pound iOel Get the idea tin of smoking all you want hamiJorr and that ca.fly paand hnmidar without a comeback that's P. A.! vifS too that Ap thm tobacco in R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO auch ftna thapamiwart 1 crpttal-alaa-a ipanga-moitttn- For men who got away to a false start on a pipe or home-mad- e cigarettes Prince Albert has a word or two for what ails their smokeappetites Forget you ever tried to smoke, for Prince Albert is so. ! Get a Fresh Start! Kei t ', c5garettes and maktn's vstmm .Ma ( tU t;4r lit tiaTMViJ mdt 30th. 1M7." vkkk thrma nm MM ppu on. Om imm Jlr nt "frttuttntt4 tu tui lm CO,W!ntton-Sa!cm,N.- a.M Stl.nl Florida - Cuba - New Orleans IDEAL WINTEn PLAYGaOUflDS WINTER TOURIST TICKETS CM SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. FOR FULL INFORMATION, LONG RETURN LIMIT. STCP OVERS. Ky. H. C. KING, Passenger and Ticket W. A. DECKLER, Ceneral Passenger Azent, APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AGENT OR WKtTC Agent, 101 East Main Street, - - - - Cincinnati, Ohio i I There was no reply to this. Silence gives consent. "I supiHise," said the girl, "you wilt admit that Captain Trcvellion Is brave since I hear that he has won the J nJVij The Southern Railway is the direct line to Asheville,Aiken,Augusta,Char-lcsto- n, Columbia, Savannah, Summer-vil- ie and other southern resorts. SALE .LAND. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. CupJiUl A. II $50,000. J. K. STOItMES. Surplus Vice 430,000. lENUY. President Prea't S. C. DENNY, Cashier. I It. 1. jMliltr, Afi't Cashier. J. GlM, r. Safety Samual Deposit WE SOLICIT Alex Boxes YOUK For Rent. I BUSINESS. L. Cochran. Stormes, S. 0. Denny. J. U (1111. K. DennyJ J. II. Posey, J. E. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directora. IWF I'T i" 1 W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ollieo Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. Diaw A Check for the money you ov e und note how much more res- pectfully your creditors you. They like to do business with u rnuu who has fen account ut tho Garrard Bank & lize said sum. Said land to be sold is a part of a tract of 1(12. (IS ceres of land conveyed to Jas. K. Mosier by J. D. Nave by deed dated December lOtli 1910 and recorded in Deed Hook No. 20. page 459, Garratd County Clerks ntlice. The amount to be realized by said sale is the sum of eight hundred and fifty dollars, $350., with 11 per cent interest thereon from January 1st 1910, until paid and the probable costs of this action amount to $150, the total sum to be realized being one thousand dollars and the interest as above cited. TERMS. Said aale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds the with approved security, one-hapurchase price due in six months und one half in twelve months from date of sale and aaiii bonds bearing interest ut the rato of 0 per cent per annum from date of sale until paid having the force and elfect of n judgement Um which execution may Issue if not paid at maturity. Said bonds will be made payable to W, II Ilrnwn as M niter and a lien will bo reserved upon the land sold to secure the payment of said Circuit Court the undersigned Convnis-sinnwill sell ut public auction to the highest and best bidder before the Court House door in Lancaiter, Ky. at 11 o clock A. M. or thereabouts on MONDAY. MARCH Win, 191C it being the first day of the Marcli term of the Gurrard County Court the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and described in tho judgment as follows:- In Garrard County Ky on the waters of Kennedy's Fork of White Lick creek and bounded m follows: Ileginuing at a point in the center of Kail Lick dirt road and corner to Sam Davis: thence with said road S 47 W 4.11 cliuins; thence leaving said road and a new line N XI W lu.l. chains tq nstake In n wire fence; thence with said fence S fJJ W 2.01 chains to u stake. S 47 j W 10 chains to h fence post; thence N fit W, over a hill and across u branch. lO.Klchaina to a small elm, S 41 W l.NI chains. N 37J W2ti.G!j chains to n stake in line to ILK. Parsons thence with said Parsons N of i Lb. Hi chains to n stake, corner to sain Davis; thence with said Duvis S 71! i E 20.75 chains to u stake, S VAl V. 5.IV7 chains. S .'!0 h X chains to the beginning containing Ml acres. The undersigned Commissioner will sell aaid 50 ucres of land or so much thereof as may be necessary to realize tlie sum hereinafter stated, and if said SO acres does not realize ut said sule u suflicient amount tu realize aald sum, he will sell a suflicient number of acres olf of the Mosier farm and adjoining said 50 acres, which it it part of the Mosler farm of 1U2.C8 acres, in order that the amount of land sold will rea- cross?" "How did he get it? He simply went out In advance of the Hue nnd hauled another fellow In, There was nothing more In that than all going together. In fact, when we went together they ero firing nt us together." "You enn't lie n friend of Captain Trevellloti nnd lie Jealous of him." "I Jealous of him! I'm Just as, brave a man as he. und when I'm dressed up nm Just as handsome." "One thing you ore not." retorted the girl angrily. "You are not as modest as he." She wus going Into the house when he called her back. "What would you t.ay It I told you that I Have tl.e cross us well as Trcvellion?" Travel there on the "St. Lauir, Spicial"' equipped with electric lighted steel coaches, through drawing room sleeping cara to Jacksonville and new dining ca? service to Ashevillc, nnd from Ashcvills to Jacksonville. The trip via Ashevillc is'through "The Land of the s' Sky", the only scenic route to Florida. Very low fares and winter tourists' fares now i: effect; with stopovers and other special features. ' Get fall information and fares from the Local Southern Agent, or write to ,' B. H. Todd, District Passenger Agent,LouiYille, Kjr. ' liome-seelter- ouifo&m PAswffl cvttfSP or zvs SOUTH by,-th'- e i of the Garrard Circuit Court Trust Go. They know he la doing business in a business like way. Iletter open auch an account even if your affairs are not large. Thev will grow all right. basils. Possession of the land will be given to the purchaser at the date of sale upon compliance with the terms of (he W. II. BROWN. M. G. H. Stfinebroad, Atty. The Garrard Bank &, Trust Company C G C. C. "I wouldn't believe you. Only modMt. Sterling, where she has been the had run the wire into his home and conSTANFORD est men are brave." nected it to a bed usually occupied guest of Mrs. Kennv Dellaven. lie put his hand Inside his tlaunrl cook. shirt and drew out u cross made of Antone Ostermac, aged 22, and Miss Mrs. G. G I'erry is the guest of her gun metal. The girl looked at It with Mary Hunzen. of the Ottenheim section brother, Mr. II. M. I go at Richmond. wide upon rye. Hut she was evidently Rank Foolishness. nnil of German parentage were married not convinced. Mrs. Kd Davis and baby are visiting Monday. "How did you get It away from relatives and friends in Parksville. You occasionally see it stated that him?" she listed. "Did you take It Itev. and Mrs. Homer Carpenter and col. a do not result from cold weathe.r. Miss Jessie Lee Phillips has been tho when he was usleep?" is Were it laughed. guest of Mrs. Opnin llruwn at Lancas little daughter, Eleanor Tevis, of, j That rank foolishness. When his mirth The man are the guest of her par-- colds would be as prevalent in midsum-cnthad suUMdod ho said: ter. The microbe jmeras in midwinter. Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Carpenter. "I'll not bother you any longer. You Mr. C. II. Campbell will leave thia th it causes colds flourishes in iliimn-.- ' nre very good to have had so much pa- week for California on a prospecting Mrs. V. II. Worsham, of Corbin, To get rid of a cold lake tience with mo. I'm Trcvellion. I've ' who has been the guest of her mother. Chamberlain's Cough Itemedy. come back with the cross, but I've trip. It is Y. Gover for several weeks has effectual and is .highly recommended by come back u wreck. I felt that I must Mrs. J. S. Iiice and Mrs. T. A. Uice Mrs. J. come to uiy old home, though It Is tu were in Louisville last week forsexeral returned home. Mrs. Gover is very people who have used it for many years tho hands of strangers. I wonder If I days. much improved. as occasion required, and know its real can l taken In hero till I get some Miss Gertrude Wilkinson is the guest It. C. Kngleman, n well known busi- value. Obtainable everywhere. strength!" IIo said this so despondently that the of her cousin. Mrs. Jack Casey at ness man of this city, suffered a stroke girl's heart was touched. oi paralysis at an eany nour Monaayj Little Thlncs That Ccunt. I've no doubt that you can, Cnptnln Miss Mable Gum, of Lexington, is morning. Mr. Ingleman, who has Thcro ia nothing too llttla for such Trevllllou. I'll ro nnd usl; mamma." attractive guest of Miss I.ucindu been engaged in businessdn this city for ' a llttlo crcaturn as man. It Is by the "Stay," ho said. "Wo men who are Lutes. some time has'a host of friends whol studying llttlo things that wo obtain accounted heroes are not heroes. They William Yager Is visiting his uncle, regret to learn of his serious condition. tho great art of having as llttlo misery glvo us thcfc tumbles to make us thin!: and as much happiness as possible. we are that they may make us fodder M)r. N. II. McKinney und wile t Mr. hngleman Is a brother or Mr. John Johnson. Engleman, of Lexington. for shrapnel. Let tuu rest for n mo- rearlisle. ment, then ( . go on. I said what I Diadem Lodge No. 81, Knights of Mrs. T. K. Watson is in Lancaster' did p'm'' i leuialnlng here in n moment spending several daya with relatives j Pythias, of Stanford, is to have tho Where Bluff Wouldn't Work. o' I honor "Dan!" sneered the blustery man. of entertaining tho District j u red out nnother glass from and triends. thia year. The "IllufT Is the thing. A man can bluff Miss Susan Fisher Woods Is visiting 'Pythian convention tl. - decanter, drank and, rising, uiado ua courtly n bow to tho girl us he friends in Richmond und date will be March 30. and already the his way through. Wo." "Hut," said tbo conservative, "If you couldn't Bwlfa j local lodge is formulating plans to give could under tho circumstances, then Mt. Sterling. tdowly descended the steps und llmiK-visiting brothers a hospitable wel- and fell In, you couldn't bluff the Mrs. K. L. Keinhart is tho guest of the river for a second." Livingston dowu the walk. come and reception. Hon. J. I). , Lance. "Poor fellowl" sho said. "I wonder her son, Harry Keinhart at Cincinnati, of Lexington District Deputy, has well If ho is really bravo or n liar and n who is not very tntntm, (ha Ins til Irwlivii (lint niktiflsiil He certainly don't look like coward. Mr. and Mrs- - Alfred Pence and Miss , wl ,leJ herc 0 tho heroes I've read of In story Iiooks." Luvisa HairU were in Cincinnati Very likely be was nil three. War Several nights last week when cur- several days lust week. has Its realism us well us other depart Miss Louise Thomas, of Frankfort, is rent was turned on at the powerhouse, mollis of life. A the guest of Mrs. S. J. Kmbry and reports came In fnirr, various iiurts of town of unusual "jumping or jerking" other friends in this city. Pathos In His Death. of lights, and much work was done to -- or Mrs. W. IC. Hice. of Louisville, who A strango death recently befell a locate the trouble.but it was not located member of tbo Royal Irish Constabu- has been the guest of Mrs. Susan 11. BOURDON POULTRY CUBE until after much invcsllgitlon. It was lary. He was cutting a bough oft a Yeager has returned home. tn th drink log crater discovered that Leonard Hall, age 11 Drumadd, largd tree at his house In Hakes Hens Laj Anuzlngly Mr. and Mrs. Will Stone are tho years old, and a number of his chums, Armagh, when tho bough, weighing guests ot their son. Mr. Marshall Stone had rigged up a private electric plant Cure koup, Colds, CUolora, and, tho end pinover a ton, broke, t. UmUnitck iTevcuti Mich. UotSOu bottla makrt 12 of his own, for the puriiose of doing ning blui against the trunk, killed htm. and family ut Detroit, ffalloniol nirdlcln. At drug Mr. and lira W. II. Sfankl are at some experimental work. The emnows of tho accident was The first Klftts or by raall postpaid. Vain brought by bis llttlo child running to home from Columbus, Ga., where they bryonic electrical engineer, had In some lOOHM SUCH CO. lukitM, Isaying: "Daddy is asleep have been for several weeks. her mother way obtained a lot of wire, and attachSold br J. R. Mmt, Sea & Co. up In the tree." He Miss Nancy Yeager Is at home from ed it to one of main feed wires. I Dor-ma- n, i ' ta FEW DROPS bkk-pt- t -. A Page 8 I he Central Record, Thursday Mch 9 19 id. CHOICE FIELD SEEDS. WE WAVE A FULL LINE OF e 7IM&TKY, CLOVER, BL .CHAR HIGH. ASS AND OATS SEED Call and inspect our line, bought early before any advance took place, that we can sell you right. THEY TEST If you want good COAL, try a load of BLACK BETSY next time you are in town. We want your produce at the highest market price. Phone 70. BAILEY & MOSS, Lancaster, Ky. aoMn.owinii v I V YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, FARMER'S COLUMN! CANNING CLUBS. . Opportunity To Help Country Girls. There are ubout two girls in the country to one In town. The girl In Mr. G. A. Swinebroad wants to buy U for the eiclu-If- f town finds work In the stores, telephone rci below Una Lancas-ttr- . 50 barrels of torn delivered in , A GARDEN CLUB. rife otourfsrinersillHcrlheri. anil If for exchange, luumlry, etc., and thereby is of ttoci. iiu iid tncli thing on IKe enabled not only to cam her own living News of ii Gnrrien Club beiugorganiz-c- d th lurinrr cmitiut afford to silver turn but to contribute in r.n small way to in Lexington is very appropriate for !!! or oter lour tine. No iiotlr Black alfalfa Mississippi lands, stock of the linn. nd "HI t" onljr Jn terms n specialty, also Delta Planta- the upkeep of the family. Wheieas, tho Spring es.Tn. tcinn. tree olrharire the country girl wholly without reTho Garden Club will have about tions. Paul Finch. sources. In the mhiority of cases of fifty members, those being veiy much Ky, It. R. 2. Crab Orchard the latter clar there is absolutely interested in gardens, and is to be a Fresh Jersey cows for sale. . nothing she can do In earn an honest woiklng organization, for the promoG. 11. Swinchroad. penny. Consequently, there is tion of (lower gardens, rather than For Sale. . FOR SALE:G peafowls. Phono und unrest among the social. S"50 Kurtzman upright piano, good more nmbitious. This fact is taking W. A. Henderson. Liwell. Ky. The meetings will be at the homes of new for sale nt low price. Address from cur rural communities the yourlg the members at medal flowering time?, Sale;-good. Hot Blast Florence Glen. Ricketts, Nicholasville, Ky. For people of energy mid push, the bone such as the lilac season, the peony heater, rfumbir 53. Apply at this office. and sinew of tl u community. season, the dajs, etc. Why not give thee a chance to conThe membership will consist of city Whits' WyndottRoos me For by making and county people. tribute to the fcr Rent. ters. Koht Fox, Marksbury, K. them efficient producers? The best We hope Lancaster will sometime The Blacksmith Shop and tools, on asset of nny country is her children; havo tuch a club which would bring Mrs. G. A. Italian or Paint Licit has Lexington street. Possession given im- and the best investment she can make about some of the beautiful gardens of eggs for setting, from li.li.glet Barred mediately. Forterms apply to Miss Sue is to put into the hands of these a long ago. Hocks, for sale. means of support. Shelby Mason. Last year the canning clubs of Mer' For Sale; Silver laced Wyandott eggs cer county canned more than 13,000 HIGHWAY MAINTENANCE. For Sale". per setting 60 cents. cans of vegetables and preserves of Mr. Logan Waller Page, head of the S. L. Lay tun, Nina, Ky. Hotel, Livery Barn and two Houses such excellent quality that she cannot nd Lots. Will sell cheap if sold be- supply the demand of her goods. Bureau of Roads of the United States corn for Good place to What Mercer did Garrard can do. Department of Agriculture, calls out fore" March Jst 1910. M. S. Simpson, Lancaster, K R 3. Call or write for other Every hcusekeeper knows the superio- for efficient management in road mainin ike money. He points out that goods to the fac- tenance. O. W. Rice, rity ot Jerry Higgins, Route 1, has some particulars. of the work being done on the tory product. The demand for such exPaint Lick, Kv. pure imported White Hurley tobacco ceeds the supply, The remedy for this rood is being done under the manageseed for sale. FOR SALE conJition is in ihe education of its ment of men who have no knowledge Mn who population to bo efficient producers, to of the art of road building. Mr. S, G. Est!, who live on Route I have a good lot of .clean. Sweet 3, has a nice three year nd mare and understard the relation of soil to the are directing the expenditure of the Clover teed for sale. Home raised. a good seven year old work triule for growth of certain plants, and an enormous funds which the Levi Elam.Crab Orchard, Ky.. sale. economic preset vution of its products. are appropriating in lavish amounts 1 Route 2. This our government, with a pater- for roads include but a minority of Perry Tuggle has 30 bushels of home After the nal concern, has endeavored to do, in trained road engineers. WtBted. grown timothy seed fur sale. Write the establishment of agricultural co- roads are built there is little system tn him at Marksbury if you went tome Old Scran Iron, 20 to 25 cts., per lleges, corn club, canning clubs, pig inspection and maintennce. The progood seed. hundred. Old rags $1.00 per hundred, and poultry club,' and those who are per materials in road building have not also copper and brass at high market debarred from training may been adjusted to the traffic demands. "Big" Jim Thompson, ut Preachers-villH. B. Northcott. receive insltuctfoi, in these industries When the smail break jn the surface has five sows to farrow In a few price. at home. starts It U left until a hole makes travel weeks, oi.e sow with six pigs and a This will not only supply the home uncomfortable arid dangerous. Nor is nice boar, all Duroc's lie wants to grade of canned goods, thvre in many instances due economy with the For Sale. sell them bad. Im, Ir... iw..rTiln muv tu, snlil In nur in the construction or repair of the ' 1542 acres rf land near Hyattsvillo merchant, thus placing III their hands foads. FOR SALE:-2bales of timothy hay. ( Xv. on Kirksville pike, small house and a better und u cheaper-articlthan can Mrs. Anna Hubble, Hubble, Ky. barn, plenty of timber to saw. This be shipped in from other states, or j DOGS KILL THIRTY- ;ce baled Timnth land will grow the finest tobacco, Dest even from other sections of our own FOR SAI.E:-Svr.quality of hemp and 15 barrels of corn state. Also this gives to the country Hy. Sutton, G. FIVE SHEEP. girl a means ot livelihood, a content'o the, acre. If interested write. Ky. r.eaclic.-:vill. Pattie G. Hayden, ment with country lite, und a partnerLast Friday night dogs attacked a Nicholasville. Ky. ship fn the county's prosperity. 2 For Sale cr Trade. An appropriation of $150 or $200 from flock of sheep belonging to Mr. George FIELD SEEDS. the county will in- lire a like sum from Brown, on the Buckeye pjke and out of A Sum Hatch Incubator holds 220 head, the government, thus placing in thej the entire flock of thirty-eigeggs cheap if taken at once. Mr. Brown If you are in need of anv farm seedp county an expeit who will go from, thirty-fivwere killed. this spiing write to W. Bush 'Kelson of club to Club teaching home economic succeeded in killing one of the dogs und Lancjs'e- -. Ky.. R. F. D. 3. Lexington Ky, for aamples Bnd prices, und adding a i.ew industry to th strange to say, captured four others kPN-he prepays tho freight to your R. R. County's weulth. later. Some of the -, which were I will give uwiiv " lot of woodif haul.Station, und his prices are as low as latter proved to be valuable yourg ed, when Hit ground is dry or frozen. house in Central Ky, quality of seeds hounds owned by Mr. A. K. Walker. This wood ie 3j wiles on Fall Lick pike. csnsidered. , The loss is a severe one to Mr. Brown, O. W. Estes. as the sheep were vuluable, having re,Mrs. Dudley and Carl Acton were cently been purchased of Mr. J. II. Buck-ey- e 1lUI..t HEMP SEED FOR SALE. U..i.t.i.. .n....,l.... at thu ..I........ Lancastgr and Mr. ' Thompson, of Preuchersville. hour. on Friday Feb. 18, a tarpaulin. To tho farmers who are thinking of, Wulker will however, the Would appreciate its return very much. Willie Miller gladdened the hearts of sewing hemp for tho year I91C, I will owner for the Iojs entailed by his dogs John Land, the student body by his jovial presence sell you your seed as cheap as possible on Monday morning. and tho remainder will bu paid from Lancaster, Ky., Route 3. and buy your hemp at tho highest the dog tax, as the owner of tho other The pupils from Miss Tinder's room! dogs couU not be ascertained. market price. good effect a portion dramatized with H. 3. Cox. FARMING IMPLEMENTS AT of Hiawatha on Friday morning In the school auditorium. At the same hour THE INSPIRATION KELLY TOBACCO SEED. Laverne Dickerson rendered a piano BARGAINS; solo, and Anna tiritton Moss and Mary OF ARCHITECTURE. Only genuine Kelly Improved Burley Davis u duet. Clover Leaf manure spreader, pracWe are glad to note and report a yi'here is something about the architically brand new. Superior small grain ied obtainable, direct from raiser, drill, in perfect condition, used only one who has been champion burley grower general improvement on the part of the tecture of tlie University of Virginia years. students in their class work. There is furm wagon, with i t Kentucky for last twenty-fivseason. which implies its students am) instills new body ami hay framo. Double har- Supply limited, $1. 00 per ounce. Send manifested a deeper earnestness and a a permanent pride among lhoe who orders to. to their studies. The ness for farm wagon team. All from iiil closer application Jefferson attend classes in lU hulls. I). L. Kelly & Sons, It. E. Hughes farm on Lexington pike. spirit is contagious and is spending knew the inlluence of good architecture R. 1. Lancaster, Ky. throughout the grades. 9 Olfered for sale, singly or collectively, ft and olanneu his 'University so as to on easy terms; Negotiable1 notes to run The school has lengthened its daily bring ont the best of archicectural desix or nine months, bearing 0 per cent session by the udditlonof a study period sign in the placement and construction MISSISSIPPI STOCK interest, or cash. at the close of the regular routine work of the buildings. Mr. Clay secured the Implements stored at warehouses of of the day. Hereafter only the stud- services of a French architect in the FARM FOR SALE- ents whose work has been satisfactory Call by Hudson, Hughes and Furnau. construction of Morrison Chapel In Lexand whose conduct has measured up to ington, equaled by few und surpassed phone 20 or drop in their office on Crab Some 3333 acres, about 200) open. will bo dismissed ut Orchard street, Lancaster Kv. a high standard by none in the true lines of its type in 33 tenant bouses. 2:45 as heretofore. in cultivation. the United States. About 1000 acres Lottom land, balance Disperse Immediately. Thursday morning was rather a not One sees splendid architectural design When a dollar Is onco broken It Is rolling to billy, but practically all sub-je- able occasion Willi the school, because in many of tho new high schools that Grass grows in to cultivation. a wastu of tlmo looking around for of (he presentation of the portrait of are being built over Kentucky, All the pieces- .- Philadelphia Telegraph. abundance on all this tract. About five Mr. Lewis Leavell. It will be rememsuch etfortB will be a model, and BlastWatered by liv miles from Railroad bered that Mr. Leavell left a handsome ing stream. In one of the healthiest sum of money tn he appropriated to the ing inspiration to the students who will A woman may Im fickle, The time attend classes In halls. localities in the state. Price $15.00 per Lancaster Graded School. Inconsistent, too, wo find, given'to ucie. For further information regardrecognition of this fact the Hoard lias passed when no thought is In May sometimes change her husband ing Mississippi and Tennessee land write of Education hail made and hung upon the "eternal fitness" of things. ArchiAnd often change her mind; In Lancaster has little to Inus, we handle tlj'm. the walls of the Auditorium a splendid tecture But in one thing she's loyal spire, but the time will come when M. E. WAINRIGHT, Manager, portrait of Mr. Leavell. Mr. li. F. As a soldier to his Mag be given to public Land Department, Hudson, Dr. J. A. Anion, Mr. Cochran, more thought will She clings with moist persistence UBANSFORD REALTY COMPANY, Mr..Ueazley and Mr. I) at son made ap- buildings than Is given to factory To her chamois powder rag. propriate speeches. Nashville, Tenn. Exchange. mo-pd357-Bapple-btsiomiSale-Sahome-canne- d nine-tentM3-2mIx-5 ; ' e, J , e Here, Quit That. Many a man's spotless reputation Is duo to tho fact that ho has never been caught. Columbus Eniiulrcr-Sun- . BIG MAJORITY Diplomacy. 1 a fif t!t IX VS f LIVE STOCK NOTES. Never let n sheep get wet tlur- - Mf Ing the Winter. A wwlnl flreo- - Mf mid ihijs to dry will tnLo dii Pigs will grow all winter If ttf kept vwirm mid dry mul If pn- - Vf erly red. Xeer under nny clrciliii'tmuTS !S leave a damp blanket on n horn Rf For Wi'son's a tf the Home of Representatives tabled the McLen.ore resolution lijfore that, body whicli sought tj warn Americans from travel ing on armed merchantmen. Th senate had already alien action in fnvor of the Administration and now has u free hand to President continue negotiations with Germany concerning that country's method of submarine warfare ami esprcinlly im announced intention to sink armed warning. merchantmen Kentucky Democratic Coingressnu-Voted solidly for tabling the resolution, By a rote of 270 to 12, Wil-.n- Cols should be "nipped In Ihe bud", Icr II allowed to run usehecked, terioui results nuy follow. Numerous cases ct consumption, pneur liul dismonia, zn4 eases, can :ed bock (o a cold. At the lirst tin ol a cold, protect yoursell by thoroughly cleansing jour system with a lew doses ol '.1 Rf Kf Mf Mf overnight. Rf Rf Rf Mf Mf without Rf Mf Mf Mf Optimistic Thought. Better maka penitents by gentleness than hyporritos by severity. To Remove Paint. To remove paint from glass rub with Mf Mf Sheep like tn mil water with ' their fontl. lurp pure, clean wa- Mf ter In reach nit the lime and Mf Sf bnie It fn-- h every day Peril and mrr for the brood rj Mf sows to Inxiire strong, healthy Mf Utters In the early spring. When a Imfo rcinii In wet '.If him all Mf with rnln or snnu VS ot er quickly Mf THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUG- MfRfMfMfTjMfMratyMRfWtJMfRfMfWlS, HT GAINS ON HEAVY lot vinegar. Notice to 'Gentlemen." "Gentlemen are requested not to comb their beards at tablo" Is tho notice posted In a, hotel in Switzerland. Like Qualities Attract. We never know a greater character HOGS' UNPROFITABLE There Is not much danger of swine breeders carrying fatteulug hogs too long this year, lieenuse. taking It on the whole, com Is feeding out very tutdly. says the lowu Homestead. As one breeder put It recently. "You can feed n hog a peek of corn this year, and It will not Ik' an hour before he Is squealing around with it lean and hungry look. The only Instance when-aattempt will U inude tn attain heavy weights trill show up where corn Is too light to market and therefore must bo fed out to get anything out of It at alt In this connection It may be more or less Interesting to look over the records of our experiment stations and ascertain the relative cost of making gains on hogs at different weights. Tho average of all ciierlments up to date Indicates tlist It requires 4.17 iHiunds of grain to put llsl (ounds Increase of hogs neighing between Its) and 1W munils. Ualso tho weight fifty pounds so that the hog will welch from IM to 2ml iKiunds ami It Increases the amount of grain required to 1S2 iouiids. If you were dealing with hogs neighing from 20U to 250 pounds It would roqulro 4 US pounds' of grain to mnko 100 pounds of gain, w title Oil) lounils of grain nm rw the ok! reliable, vegetable liver powder. Mr. Chat. A. Raglind, Heights. Va., says: "I have been using UUck-Uraug- Thed-lord- 's unless Intro Is In ourselves something congenial to It. Channlnir. Encouraged by lot Trust men and they will be true to you; treat them greatly and' they will show themselves great. Kmtirson. Can't Please the Neighbors. Tho gods will bo saUsfled with the best you can do. but tho nelchbors will criticize you lust as severely as ever. Old Saying. Trust fM stomach troubles, indigestion, and colds, and find It tc be Ihe very best medicine I ever used. It makes an old man feel like a younj one." Insist on Thedlord'i, the original ami genuine. Kc'fCjC HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. Just a Suggestion-.- . "In writing this book I hail ono eye, on tho stago and ono cyo on tn moving pictures." "Pity you didn't havo another cyo to l:cep on tho book. You ralitlit havo Improved It a lot." o Courier-Journa- Coal Oil Good. Coal oil Is rcromniendoil as an excellent cleaning agont. One, woman uses a rag moistened with coal oil to clean her stained wood floors, to clean woodwork, porcelain bathtan and stand and also to polish the wall be- hind the kitchen rango. SCHOOLNOTES. Big Fellows. Big fellows with flno futures nhrad, men possessed of prldo and selfro-spec- t, havo something better to do than polish bar rails If they havo odd minutes, they create, play clean games, walk and talk with children and wives and dlstributo happiness. (lame Wardens for the purKse of car. rving out this agreement. Kxcept each of us have tkv right to kill rabbits on our .'arms or permit it to bo done by another under our supervision, or the' supervision of some responsible mul reliable person selec'ed by us. This November 15th, lUlfi. II. b Klkin, Jno. M. Karra, W. B. Burton, llaseldeii Bros., J. H. Daltnn. John II. Smith, I. N. Ross, This Agreement Wltnrsseth; That in order tn protect the gsme on our lands for a period of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybodr else to do so. and we further Bgre to prosecute with ilili- geneu all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky cr trespass uKn our lands for the ptirrcss of hunting. Anil we further ogree tl act as Deputy ' , LOST:-Betwee- Health Culture. Even the Rich Can Afford Flats. Even persona of enormous wealth can afford Hats, for they now run us high as J20.000 a year; porfectly good places to rough it In during the hardship of wartlmo In winter when Mediterranean cruises must bo sacrificed. Jesso Lynch Williams, In Scribncr'a Magazine. From the Shoulder. "What do you consider tho most despicable creature In tho world?" he asked, by way of uncorking a llttlo conversation. "The man who knows bo can't dance, but won't admit It," she retorted, glancing at her pumps, which showed ovldonca of frequent contact with his oxfords. His Tribute. ) I Anionic Ilia fat Iiok brevds th Jlcrkstilre. Poland China ami nra moat Kpular In this country T!i Chest r Wtilto U another K'MmI fat hoc Tti Urkhlre U a ruuakr tH" tt h"K than tlia others. Is n uoo.l brewkr anI. nhrn pPMM'rlv fcil. product utt excellent iiunlltv of hiicnii. Hi.. hoc sho n In u llerksltlre. Fisher Herring, M3-2m- ipilnsl hog Two-hors- e e ct "When Bruddcr Maulln's wife died," feelingly stated Slstor Maudlo Waddles, "right dar at tho graveside bo took and ripped off all do buttons turn his gyalimunts dat he could possibly spar1 and he's dona left 'otn off over slnco to show his grlct. Lawd, how loved her!" Kansas City ho must-u- i luiikw UM iKMiinN nf gain on weighing between . und .'UKI pound, Ami kh the mutter gin1. r t ost of gain on Of course, the liU:hi-the heuvy hog I isirtly offset by the proiortliii of cost of cncli fact that the Individual pig up to wcunliig time nil imil In the same ratio us the weight at selling time Increases. If cost of grain ulono wero to bo considered us the only factor It would i better to finish tho hogs up at ISO iiouiids, but lu trructlcnl c.HTlcnco this would not bo good practice. A happy medium must be struck, und bwIiio breeder are llndlng that.bcst results, nil things are obtained by getting n good finish on hogs welghliig.soinanbere between and L7.i huihw. Hughes Bros, Withers Bros. Willi'im, Marcus und Jim White. II. F. Wilmot, J. I). Pojm--, FrtdJ Conn, Mrs. David C'hensult. J, tV. Klmore, W. R. Cook. T. O. Rankin, Huilrnan.Bros. bum Cotton, Win. (J. Anderson. T. M. Arnold, Jr. W. 11. Moss It. E. Henry, Juw M. White. A. U. Ilrsdshaw, lhrigbt Herring. It. L. Barker. K. Robinson, W. II, Brown, Alex Walker, T. A. Klkin. F. M. Tinder. Logan Hubble, G, M. Deshon. II. B. Cox. J. W, Swwuev. W. M. Mahan. J. MONEY TO LOAN on Star. Disappointment. Bruddcr Johnson was a pompous who took an uctlve part (n church work. Ono night the preacher said: "Bruddcr Johnson, will you lead us In prayah!" "AU'in sorry to dlsarpolnt' da I.awd tonight, pahson," replied Brudder Johnson, "but Ah has a cold on matt chest." Ladles' Home Unavoidable no-gr- o Working the Stslllon. Tho quarters for stallions In wluter should Ihj good and roomy, with lots of light und ventilation, They should bo fctl thrvo feeds per day each, consist-lu- g of about two und u half gallon of gallon, of bran lulled out und ouo-hal- f with wuter. uddliig u lt( suit. An occustoiiul feed of boiled oat InUtil with bran mid a llttlu salt Is very Good bright clover hay and a little timothy mixed Is good for the stallion, It would be vastly betttr for the horse breeding Industry as whole If slab llous went put In harness and worked on the farm. Farm Lands In amounts or $2t50O and up. gi, W.f;L. CHAMP, Citlteni National Bank. Lancaster,. Keitucky.