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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 23, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916032301_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 23, 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 REMQlOb, UN1ARNISIIED pEMOCRACi AND QOOD GOVERNMENT TWKNTT SIXTH TEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 23. 1916. Hand Us That $. ASSIGNS TO CREDITORS. HANDSOME Lancaster Stores Hare Line Of Spring Goods NUMBER II. DISPLAYS Most Atlracli7e nunnirn nunmrn We are handling a line of High Grade Buggies, something 'classy and durable. Have one of the best medium price BUGGIES on the market. You can't loose If you buy one. We have something mighty In- terestlng for you come and see. p a Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. G 1 IBS) i m 3E BE 0 ARE YOU HUNGRY? If so call at tl DG "v he TvLviiavi' for a nice Lunch, also Everything in Soft Drinks S Capital $50,000. Surplus $50,000. Common Sens Honor I Intelligence I Good ChetT SEVEN STEPS TO SUCCESS. I (Economy Perseverance Work" Hard The door marked "Succeis" will swing wide open to a person s who courageously takes these seven steps. You will need banking connections. We are here to serve you well aod faithfully. first-clas- Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. II. F. HUDSON. President. J. J. WALKER, Vice Prest! r. W. 0. P.ignky, Asa't Cash'r Joe J. Walker, W. F; CHAMP. Cashier. Jr., BUGGIES. The best and cheapest on the market. All kinds of HARNESS. millinery stores, of Lancaster, dp the climax in having just what you wnt A mare's nest alwnys attract more and at prices lower than you can get attention when It is discovered by a elsewhere. The local merchants have preacher. taken great pains in making selections realizing tho fact that their customers Dr. Hatfield, Dentist, of Danville, Is want something good ut a reasonable now located in Lancaster, olllco over price. Garrard Hank. A visit to the stores will quickly con Ladica Aid Society of tho llaptist vince you that you can sae money by Church will serve court day dinner, buying at home. Under these condi April 21th, lDlfi. tlons, why make an expensive trip to other cities where you can get no bet Get your seats reserved at McRoberts ler goous ana win nave to pay even drug store for the Rattle Cry of Peace more money than your gifts Will costal next Monday night. home. In former years, many hundreds DIDN'T MAKE GOOD. "The hoop skin is surely comlnir". of dollars have been sent away when 1t says n fashion note, but wu refuse to The editor of a country paper in Tex should have beenspentathome. So take worry until knee breeches and gold as announced ono week that he was go- a look at the ads in this issue before garter Luckelcs are worn uy men. ing to print in his next issue the name prancing off to another town to get and picture of the most gossipy, long- aeparated from yourhard earned money Some who have seen both pictures. say tho "Rattle Cry Of Peace" Is as tongued woman in the town. Rut the good an the Ilirtli of A Nation. See It editor did not make good his promise; SUNDAY BIG DAY AT at the Opera House next Monday after within an hour after the papers were mailed all the doctors in the community noon und night. were battling frantically with twenty CHRISTIAN CHURCH One span of the Tennessee river sevtn cases of nervous prostrations, bridgo on the Queen & Crescent route whilo tvventy-eve- n different husbands. Mens Day A Success In Every Way. was wrecked last Friday night when armed with shotguns, were lined up freight car jumped the track and seven outside the door of the editors office. Last Sunday was one of the greatest teen cars fell into the river. All tin days the Chnstiun church has ever be HEMP trainmen escaped injury. Traffic is SEED FROM CHINA. perienced in the way of spiritual uplift ing via Knoxville. It will be Mr. Dave Dudderar, a well known and real christian enjoyment. some time before the bridge can be re The day was called "Men's Day", farmer of this county, has received beilU notice or the shipment to him of two the men having charge of morning, af. Secrecy will bo maintained by the pounds of cultivated hemp seed grown tcrnoon nn.d evening services.. The general staff as to the movements of in North China, near Tienstin. Chili meeting was gotten up, primarily, for General perhapi the oldest civilized country in the benefit of Prof. Caneer's Ribl troops in pursuit of Villa. Funiton, who lias shown that he is the world, has produced for hundreds class of men, although it will redound aware of the necessity for concealing of years, a email quantity of fine hemp to great good for the whole church. This class is making on effort to have a such military information. Is expected not unlike that grown here. It will be to maintain a rigid censorship when tho interesting to watch the growing of larger class andchurch attendance from punitive expedition enters upon ita real hemp from this sample of seed sent the older men of the town. Some of campaign. from the old to the new world. The the leading spirits in tho class, feehmr Every since the momentous August seed will be on exhibition at the office they would draw strength and inspiration from coming in contact with lead of 11114 especially during the past six of the local hemp dealers, Hudson, ers in the Hible Schools of other towns, months the skyrocketing of the prices Hughes and Farnau. invited representatives from Danville, of necessities around a newspaper plant has gone with a beauty of consistency TOBACCO SEED PROFITABLE Kiohmond and Winchester to "come over into Macedonia" and help us and which arouses absolutely no enthusiasm The reputation that R. F, Kelly and ieu us now mey secured and kept up among publishers thruout the country Although all the talks who have to foot the bills. Products oon nave maue in tne past lew years attendance. made by laymen they seeired "to essential to the publication of news- with their improved Rurley tobacco has were papers have jumped In price all tho been wonderful and deservedly so for the manor born" in the pulpit, so earn est and inspiring were their talks. way from 10 or 15 to 3,000 or more per they have produced great results. In Prof. McDougle and B. E. Turley of asking that their advertisement be cent. lifted, that has been running in the Kicbmond, Prof. Falhs of Danville, When President Wilson ordered the Record for several weeks, they gave as Messrs Pendleton and Pruitt of Win United States army to cross the Mexi a reason that it had sold about $1,200 chester, all told of the work and methcan bsrder and avendgo the death of worth of seed and their supply was now ods pursued in their churches as to American citizens the nation almost to exhausted. They have shipped this disseminating light and christian love a man spontaneously arose and put ita seed to nearly every state in the Union and the plans pursued in getting new entire strength and hearty support where tobacco can be raised, its retail scholars and retaining them. One feature of the day was the "Mens squarely behind the president. There price being $1. an ounce, which means was not a word of objection heard on a total of 1200 ounces sold during the Choir." the entire choir being composed of men who, at least, made a joyful any aide. The patience of the Amer- season. noise while many pronounced it excel ican had been sorely tested unlent music. The solo by Mr. Charlie til it could tit longer. "Villa dead or Villa alive" that was the motto of TRANSYLVANIA GLEE CLUB. Doty was greatly enjoyed. The after the troops who had long been on the Under the auspices of tho Christian noon service, lor men only was help border. Endeavor society, the Transylvania ful and enjoyed by all who attended. Glee Club will return to Lancaster Altogether it was a gala day and one Thursday evening March 30th.. appear long to be remembered in the Christian THE STORK AGAIN ing for one night only at the school church. Mr. Harry Klmore is the happy Auditorium. There are twenty mem The following were here fr&m Dan father of a handsome bady boy which bers of this popular club and a good ville; Geo L. Walden. J. A. Robinson, arrived at his home last Saturday crowd should greet them as the prices James Raughman, Prof. O. L. Fallis morning. of seats aro reduced from the price and Percy Joheson; from Richmond; J Bowman. B. E. Turley, Prof. Mc that prevailed when they were much enjoyed on their previous trip here one Dougle, Elma Detherage, John Arnold PROLIFIC SOW year ago. Reserved seats are. on sale and Z. T. Bice, from Winchester, Mr. W. R. Denny is tho owner of the at McRoberts drug store at 35 cents. Messrs Pendleton, Pruitt and Geo. R. Ky. Red Herkshire sow, "Anna Hell", General admission will be 25 cents for Nelson; from Stanford, Rev. D. M. that has produced four litters of pigs adults, children under twelve years, 15 Walker, K. J. Francis, J. S. Hocker, or fifty five pigs In all, un average of cents. Entire program will be given J. R. Foster and Dr. W. H. O'Hannun. about fourteen to tho litter. Mr. Den- in next weeks issue. ny says she is north her weightingold. TO THE DEMOCRATS C. E., CONVENTION. SPEAKING OF BULLS. Mr. A. D. Rradshaw has recently shipped his young stallion, Star dies ter. No. CI70 A. S. II. R A. to Mr. V, W. Ray who .will candle him through out tin fair circuit this season. This horso will be heard from in the three year old harness and saddle classes and from his breeding should be a top notcher. He is by Rourbon Star and out of an Chester Dare mare, tracing to Chester Dare 10, three time direct. He is a beautiful black with plenty of stylo and conformation. C3C Mr. Harry Ware, p.oprirtor of the "Gem" mado an assignment to II. Tlmo to ask Stormes about PAINT. Clay Kauffman last Monday for tho (iet House, Itnrn and Hoof paint nt benefit of his creditors, with liabilities ano nsseis ai auoui one Stormes, hi nooui nan mis amount. Marry nas maue Ilitttlo Cry Of Peace next Monday iBnjr icit-iiunuru wnu win reKrci. u afternoon andnlght. lenrn oi nis nnanciai reverses. Ground Lima for your soil improve SHIPS FINE YOUNG STALLION ment at Garrard Milling Co. Fish at Theo Currcyn. Em Shown Here Headntiarters Fnr :bI i It lt KCnCraly conceded that a hand 80mcr or moro compcte me ot Spring r.;ood was never shown ill Centra Kentucky, the dry goods, merchants tho gents furnishing stores and the Plows and Plow Gear, ij 1) See our Vulcan Hill Side 3 isa. Plow. The strongest and best hill side Plow. A complete line of Plow Gear, Collars, Back Bands, Trace Chains, Etc. Bri-die- s, Haselden Lancaster. M Bros., Kentucky rSJ Wholesale and Retail Hardware. ... HrMjprj3rgiiE3j;j i i I s I JKeaay i i During the heat of summer there are a host of appetizing things that we supply ready to eat. No necessity at all for cooking oneself, cooking meals. Our canned Goods Department is rlways ready to serve you. Dozens of lines of fish, fllesh & fowl. Cooked Ham, Sliced Reef, Delicacies in biscuits to no end. The freshest Fruits from far and near. In short, there is EVERY requisite here to enable a housekeeper to prepare appetizing meals easily and quickly. And best of all, the grades that we handle are guaranteed to be pure and wholesome. 10 JtLat JtLatables. Exclusive Agent tor Stones Cakes' Silver Slice, Golden Sunbeam, Mephisto, Raisin and Creole Fruits. ' JITNEY BUNS Received Monday, Thursday and Friday, afternoons. Theo 3CZZIC Currey. DC DC 3L Garrard Milling Co. Salt, Lime, Coal, Sand, Cement, Perfect Satisfaction. OLD HICKOET WAGONS Runs Lighter and Lasts Longest. One of tho laigest bulls we have seen uround in these "diggins" for some time, in fact about tlu largest one wo have seen anywhere, was purchased by V. H. Rrownof J. T. Anderson last Friday that tipped tho henni at 2100 pounds. Tho unimiil was shipped to the Cincinnati market for slaughter and the perton that call for a steak from him will bo handed "ome bull." WIRE FENCE. "BATTLE CRY OF PEACE" When put up it stays up. Stoves and Ranges. They can't be beat for cooking and lasting. Wo announced through erior last week that the Opera House would show The Rattle Cry Of Peace at 9 A. M. on tho morning of the 27th of March, and Only two now desiro to correct it. shows, the first one begins at 1 P. M. and the second show begins promptly at 7:30 P. M. This will ba County Court Day and a large crowd will see this great picture. It consists ot nine reels and it takes two hours and fifteen minutes to see It. Seats now on sale for tho night show at McRoberts Drug The Eight district convention of the Christian Endeavor will convene at Stanford, March 25th und 2Gth. An interesting program has been urranged by Miss Delia Holiday, of Rerea, who is the president of tho district. Among the speukers will be Rev. Homer Carpenter, state president and Rev. F. M. Tinder of this city. A debate of unusual interest will be on tho program for Saturday afternoon, between liar- rodsburg and Lancaster, the subject to be discussed being, "Resolved that a Junior Superintendent must possess more ability thun the President of a Senior society". Lancaster will take the negative side and will be represent ed by Mr. William Miller and Mr. Will Rice Amon. Tho meeting will close Sunday night OF GARRARD COUNTY. I wish to announce that I would like to have the ollico of County Court Clerk for this county, und will be a candidate with a "Missionary Pageant". MILLINERY OPENINGS. "Milady" was hard to please if she did not see a Spring hat she wanted at either Mrs. Rella Francis, Miss Minnie Rrowns or Lyons last Saturday. The assortment and styles of hats in each place were very attractive, froir the little girls hats In dainty colors to the hats for adults. Flowers, fruit and bright ribbons galore made theBe shops look like veretable flower gardens. In years gone by it was hard to get childrens hats, this la not the case now, neither is it hard for elderly ladies to be .suited, to great Is the assortment ot trimmed hats. The millinery stores of Lancaster were thronged with interested buyers and spectators last Saturday from early morn until late at night ana all pro pounced the hats "creations" and things of beauty. PLOWS That Satisfy. Best Roofing, Paints and Oils, pure Linseed not Cotton Seed. Store. MORE SHEEP KILLED. Worthless dogs are playing havoc with the sheep over the county and many valuable animals have been lost In tho past few weeks. Mr. J. R. Rourne had his flock invaded last Friday night and four of his finest uwej were killed. It means quite a loss to the fanner at this time, just when the ewes are lambing and the prospect of high prices for wool and lambs for spring delivery makes the loss doubly severe. Get out your old (hot gun farmers and kill every dog seen on your place unless accompanied by tho owner W- - J. ROMANS Lancaster, (Ky. for the nomination ut the August Primary 1917, subject to the action of the democratic party. I am not advis ed as to the necessary steps requiredbv law to fill the vacancy now existing in this office at the August Primary and November election this fall. Rut feeling as nil good democrats should feel, that the faithful und loyal democracy and the excellent service of our lamented friend, Hon. J. W.Hamil ton should be recognized by giving to his widow and family the opportunity to complete the term of office to which I will he was elected by the people. therefore, not interfere with thtir plans, but wish to pledge the family my aid and help to this end. Mv democracy and service to our partv in the past is too well known to necessitate any discussion at this time. Just what the party has done for me and what service I have rendered Is generally known. I hope that the of. flcia! positions with which I have been honored by you and tho services I have rendered in this connection has been uch as to commend me to the considera tion of my fellow democrats and the people generally. If I should be successful in my ambition I promise an in- dustrous performance of the duties of the office I seek. If my fellow democrats do not think I should have this preference, or that there is another more meritorious, I shall be found in the future as in the past at my post of duty serving my party wherever and whenever In my power. I "gwg rtrtSs "3 tc S2S Jze3 era T i g j Stone, 3 Hay, Oats, Corn, Straw, Mill Feed, Brick. i We buy and sell these items and solicit your business. Garrard Milling Company CDC 1C U 3C HCZDE rp International Stock rood Halls Hog Cholera Remedy. Snoddys Hog Cholera Remedy. Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy This is the time to use it as a cure or preventative. J. O. Bogle. n "omrnri rrmrr MfiRoberts DruaStore mnimrr 'irum rmrrsn i Page 2 The Central Record, Thursday Men 23, 1916. Spring Fashion Week to 25th. March , Two Kisses By DONALD CHAMBEIUJN An Unfortunate Blunder By F. A. MITCHEL Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed nowadays. It reflects good taste and 4at once creates a favorable impression. 20th A week of special displays in every department show ing the new spring fashions In every article of dress. fit During Hie star of tho American troop In Culm whcn Hip throwing off of Spanish rule wns being bronchi about Captain IMwnrd Mnnllcld of the staff wns sent out. Mipportcil by n rocunnoltorlng party, to sweep nroiind Santiago for Information. Coming to a hacienda, tho captain, leaving hli men nt the gateway, rode up to tho house, tits was admitted by'n negro woman, who nnnounreil that there mi no one nt homo except Seuorlta Sierra, the laughter of the owner. Whereupon Mntisflcld nsked If he might hnre h few minutes' conversation with the young laily. 3340 174 An interesting exhibit of all that is newest and most fashionable in SUITS, COATS, SILK DRESSES, SKIRTS AND WAISTS. in Suits Authentic Styles and Coats. mid-seaso- . Full showing of the celebrated Wooltex Suits and n variaCoats, embracing all the latest tions in the prevailing styles. The very latest ideas from Paris brought right straight to Danville. Wooltex Wool Silk Tailored Suits from$25. to $45 Wooltex Coats in Wool and Silk from $15. to $25. f From New York. An unusually varied and complete line of tailored suits at $15 to $45, showing all the new colors and fabracs and just such styles as are being sold at fashion headquarters today. Our stock of taffeta silk suits and combinations ranging from $19. 75 to $50. Skirts. Scores of very new and "smart" styles of of separate skirts, In new plaids, silken-fiel- d stantly apparent. The seuerlta's eyes Hashed, and hrr faro Hushed scarlet. With an expression of contempt she turned. left tho room, nnd Mansfield saw her no more. When tho lighting wns over. returning to the United Slntes. Mnus-fielmounted his horse and rode to the hacienda to offer an apology for what he had done. The same negro woman who had admitted him before, opened the door. Manslleld asked her to Inform her mistress that he would con Rider It n Iwoti If she would glvo him n few moments In which to nisilogUo for what be had done on a previous visit Written won! wns returned that an ndogy would not Ikj accepted. The lady demanded satisfaction on behalf of one who would net as her champion. Captain Manslleld would receive n com munication nt a hotel n short dtstanco down the road. The ntllccr left the bouse In n quan dary. Should he meet some one In mor tal combat for a snatched kit for which ho bad offered to aiolglrc, or should he end the affair by sailing for homo without paying any further attention to it? He would have chosen the latter course hail It not Urn for the contemptuous treatment be had received from the seuorlta, llo niild not bring himself to Incur tho further Imputation. lie mdo to the hotel named and, tak ing a seat on the veranda, lit a cigar Half an hour tmsscd. and he was alsiut to ride back to camp w hen n negro lny approached, holding In bis hand a let ter. Stolng Manslleld, be handed It to him. The captain opened It and read .Aiiierk-nOfflcsr. Ttits n-n1 will take satistsctioti ofTeird my sutler, llo ut I ho north . east turner of lit Hlerra The senorltn was of n clirferent type from the usual Spanish girl, who Is small of stature nml ilellcntely made She was rather nbove the mlihlle height for n woman ami of illgnltliil Ilnvlng entered tho room demeanor, wliere tho caplnln wan wilting for her, she Mood without speaking tilt he should make known his desires. What Mansfield bad called nt the He nskiil house for was Information. If the family sided with Spain or Culm and learned that their hearts were with Cuba. Itut as to Infonuutlnn, the young lady hnd none to give. Nevertheless tho tlsllor kept her talking. Ho was a male tllrt and had made many n compiest. Daring was n method he often cniplojed with women. and he resolved upon this course In the present case. After engaging the sctio. rltn In conversation for some time, during which lie showed admiration for her, he rose to take his leave. Ho offered his hand, and when the gave him hers lie drew her toward him, nml before she could draw- - back ha had kissed her on tho cheek. That lie hnd made a mistake was In- When the world war broke out thcro wcro tho usual quantum of American summer tourists In Kuroc. rrcdcrlck Jackson was ono of these Amcrlcnns near tho scot of war, Iw Ing at Thun, Switzerland, lie made it holt to get through l'rnnco to tho sea, so that he might embark for home. Ho was unable to register his trunk nny farther than Iterno and on arriving at that city Iwgnn n hunt for It. Approaching it idle ut baggage, fio saw his trunk-- at any rate. It had bis Initials on It and wns about to claim It when n lady exhibited: 'There It Is! Ilrlng It along quickly. I Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples wc have and get our prices. THIS Central Record. 5 shall t left." lounljr Court Days. Itlchtnond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday, Frankfort, 1st. Monday, llnrrodshurg, 1st. Monday, Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, Snd.Monday, Shclbyville, Und. Monday. Carlisle. 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Mondir. I.awrcnccburg. 3rd. Monday Nicholasville, On!. Monday. Mt. Sterling, .In!. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Mondnv. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. that Is your trunk?" "Certainly. Don't you see my Initials on K. U 'Those are my Initials, nnd 1 am quite sure that Is my trunk." "(3o on, porter," said the lady, nml olT they went, leaving Mr. Jackson gaping after them. He wns about to follow them to regnlu Ids trunk when an official olnteil to another trunk with the same Initials on It nnd asked If It were not his. Jackson wns puzzled. No matter how familiar ono Is with his trunk he cannot le certain unless there Is some familiar mark on It However, It was evident that there were two trunks with tho same Initials on tlieni. nnd Jackson argued that this So he one was either his or hers. claimed It nnd directed n porter to shoulder It nnd go for the train. It-- She pointed to Jackson's trunk, n porter shouldered It nml wns nUiut to carry It nwny when Jackson Interfered. "I leg pardon, madam. Are you sure J.r LANCASTER. 4th. Monday' Winchester, 4th. Monday, Montlccllo, 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. MnmUy. "Tho episode occurred on Aug. 2, 1014. later Jarkson crossed the English channel, the vcel having darkened lights to escape derma n warenift, and landed safely In England. There he waited two weeks for a passage to New York. When the ship was vfcll out to sea Jackson one morning left his stateroom somewhat nt tired. He bail on a rallied collar, and his necktie blue ribbon. In the cabin was n broad ho met u lady In a pair of masculine spats much too largo for her n man's choker and n blue speckled crntnl ornamented with n mosaic pin resembling one Jackson had bought In Home. Tho man and tho woman stopped and looked at each other with marked In terest. Jackson raised his cap politely. "I believe, sir," said tho lady, "that you aro tho man who claimed a trunk at Iterne which I believed to bo mine.'' "I urn." "Well, the trunk turned out not to be A week Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville, Ky. North-bound- . No. 10 No. 4 Cincinnati Express, dally 4:30 n.m Spe- at 6 o'clock Manslleld To tho rr stripes, taffeta silks, and all the popular wool materials. Prices $5 to $15. Silk Dresses. Nearly three hundred new crepe dechene and georgette crepe waists from $2 to Silk Dresses. We have outdone all our previous efforts in this line and are showing several hundred very attractive street, afternoon and reception dresses at every Jprice from $10 to $75. This line alone will be worth a trip to see, as we believe it is the most comprehensive line in Central Kentucky. $10. Colors are white, peach, primrose, old rose, yellow, bisque, nile, flesh; also nets and laces. In all it is the most attractive line of waists we have ever gathered together and prices are as cheap as last year and qualities the same. We are sole agents for Wirthmor Dollar Waists, Gossard Corsets, Warner Rust-proCorsets, Munsing Union Suits, McCallum Silk Hosiery, Paul Jones Middie, Cadet Hose of josi: nu:ititA. was puzzled ns to the handwriting. Tho letters were large and bold, but It looked as If the writer his hand. The captain had Cud Id not but smile ut u challenge to mortal combat sent by a negro lioy, addressed to "the Ai.ierleun officer" ami signed by u man ho hail never seen. If Jose Sierra had no friend to bear his challenge why did ho not come himself? Evidently the seuorlta was put to It to secure her revenge Possibly the brother was not at hand. and the sister hnd written the chal Icngu In his behalf. Indeed, despite the large letters there wai more that wus feminine than masculine In the writing. At U o'clock Manslleld iclurned to the northeast the hacienda, corner and. climbing the fence, ad vanced till he fume to ti groe In the center of which was nu ok.ii spare There he stood fur a few minutes. when he saw it figure advancing. Though thn costume was that of u man, the gait wns unmistakably that of n woman. Manslleld, pretending to bo deceived, sjld: "Senor, your resemblanco to your sister Is remarkable." V.'o arc twins, dir." I presume we are to light without seconds?" "Aro they necessary?" "Iteforo wo leghi I desire to offer through you to your sister the apology she would not receive. I wns tempted beyond my strength from totinldlng the most bcnutlful, the most engaging woman I have over seen. After I have killed you I shall renew my suit. restraining myself bo that uiy Intentions shall not ho mistaken," Henorltn Klcrrn-f- or It was who-h- ad sword In her hand, which nt these ivcrds she let fall to the ground. Mnnsfleld advanced, took her hand. drew her gently to him and without resistance kissed heron tho Hps. mine." 'I captured a trunk with my Initials on It and held on to It." praised; It must be "Heavens miner' 'That scarf you aro wearing matches or.o I own, and the pin Is exactly like one I brought from Italy." 'Quite likely. I have been obliged to nso some of the articles I found In your trunk. I fancy that ruDIed collar you wear Is mine, nnd tho ribbon" (sho tried to repress a smile) "Is the exact color of ono I got In Ijicerne. I nssuro you I nm very tired trying to neckwear. make nut with n man 1.00k nt these enormous spats!" you I have found n wo "I assure man's rolm de unit altogether too cramped. Itesldos, tho workmanship In It scratches mo. You nre very Isild!" I wilt nK!oglzc If you will assure me that yuu have not us,sl toy own for n similar purpose." The huly colored, but made no reply. "I will hnto n ixirter carry the trunk to your stateroom nnd get mine. will resort e such nrtlcloN of clothing as I halo been obliged In use to laundered." Tho lady looked uncomfortable. "Will that suit you. madam?" he 1 6:03 cial, daily No. 28 Iilue Crass Special, dally except SunC:03 No. 1 Carolina Special, dally 7:00 No. Express, daily 1:35 No. Limited, daily 5:20 No. 12 Itoyal Pafm, dnlly. .6:37 1 South-boun- a.m. a.m. n.m p.m. p.m. p.m. No. No. No. No. No. No. 5 L a c n I Express, dally 11:05 11 Itoynl Palm, dallyll:20 1 New Orleans Limited, dally 11:35 13 Carolina Speclnl, daily 10:15 3 Spe 11:35 cial, daily 0 K a.m. n.m. n.m. p.m. p.m. cial, daily 11:52 p.m. Gross Special, daily except Sunday, arrives- - 8:15 p.m. Tor rates, routes and Information call upon or address M. J. Coughlin, agent; 'phone 310. No. 27 IJIuo lorldn S pe L. & N Train Schedule At Lancaster, Kjr Aintivc To Mayaville, connecting at ICichmo n with L & N to Krnnkfort A Louiillle; No 71; 8:35 n. m. To Kowlnnd & Stanford connecting at Kowlnnd, I, & N to all points Soutli No 28; 11:01 a. m. To Itlchtnond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Iienttyville, Lexington & Cincinnati, Middlesboro &. Knoxvllle. mldcd. "Hut what shall 1 do In the meantime for for" "Can't we get the pieces laundered lumiisllntely?" A stewardess was passing. The lady called her nnd put tho laundry question. Sho was told that to get clothes laundered aboard would lie next to Impossible nml if possible would cost u large sum. A few pieces only would cost u guinea. "Itnther than pay that," said Jackson, with n twinkle In his eye, "1 will sleep In embroidery und lace nil the voyage." 4 menu you "Hut I will not sleo She was stalled. Shalt not shep In" 'Then we must clinugo trunks wllh the urticlois as they nre." said Jackson. "That's very mean of you." "I don't see how you can call me mean. At Heme I wns nlxiiit to have my trunk carried to the train when you lutertioscd nnd had It enrrted off as yours. Since then t hnvo had to depend upon garments to which I hnvo been entirely unused." This ended the Interview. Tho lady tunics and beat n retreat. Jackson paid an enormous sum to hnvo the articles ho had used laundered and sent tho trunk with everything In It to the lady's, stateroom. He did not receive Ids own until tho end of tho Journey, A year from that dnta when thcxt-twwcro about to start on n wedding tour tho groom to bo sent some of his clothes to ids flanceo to pack In tier trunk on tho ground that ho hadn't room for them. Sho sent them bach In n huff. Ho laughed. No7u; 11:60 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with trnin to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:09 p. m. fast connecting nt Lebanon Junction to Elizahe thtown & Howling; Green, and nt Hurdstnwn Junction to llnnistown & Springfield. To No 0; 8:12 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast trnin to Ilristol & Atlanta. Kayser Gloves. Each of these lines stands at the very top and is the "standard" of value, and general excellence. j Engraved Visiting Card THE proper thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making calls. Is A Neatly A. B. ROBERTSON . & BRO. KENTUCKY. The Store That Sells Wooltex. The Central Record $1.00 Per Year In Advance. Lancaster, Kentucky. Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or more. CENTRAL RECORD DANVILLE, The Central Record, Thursday Men 23, 1916 3 Page 3 QUALITY FIRST Our Hart, Schaffner and Marx Clothing1 & Stetson Hats "My Dad Bought His First Stetson 30 Years Ago." Many n man has been buying Stetson bats for decades, because, year in and year out, Stetsons liave been the BEST in men's hats. LEAD THE WORLD FOR QUALITY AND STYLE. Our stock is now complete for Spring 1916. QUALITY SUITS $10. BETTER I Clothing, Shoes, Hats SUITS Our STETSONS this Spring are irresistible. House-of-Qualit- y. JAS. W. SMITH. CAPT" W. W. BROWN NO LOOKING BACK IN LANCASTER New Evidence Constantly Being Published $15. CnrjritfM I Iirt ScWrr Lancaster, Ky. DEATH CALLS i Mm 1 MANSE. Mrs. Henry Creech is ill. Mrs. John Green and children left Friday for Illinois. Miss Allie Creech was the attractive guest of Miss Anderson. Mrs. W. P. Anderson and children spent Friday with Mrs It. C. Iioain. Services were held at Fairview Sun day n.orning and evening by Rev. Smith Miss Minnie Woods has been the guest of her cousin. Miss Ann Higgins. Rev. Morgan of Clay county was the week-en- d guest of his brother-in-law- , Mr. Hugh Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Conn and children spent last Sunday with his parents, Mr and Mrs. R. K. Conn at Lancaster. Rev. Morgan of Clay county has recently visited his agedaunt, Mrs. Adren Metcalf, and during his visit he held a cottage meeting at her home. Several of her friends and neighbors came in to hear him. Every one enjoyed his splen did sermon and wish to hear him again. ANGEL WOMAN. How To Prerent Croup. The Supremacy of Peruna as a Household Remedy 44 Years of Leadership Returned to Hit Work. Vr. JttBn Ooodeeu. rxalnrfflo. I.IU KCml llh ratarrn tf tlx atomara. He did sot know het till trouble w.i. unable to watk. CnuM hardly II. taking ivrune ill anything. liAfter la health, now abort t!m. b "I am now rlolng ftU my lit Mr.: am nnUnt thai any dm ork. I touU be cured by urtar i I A Housewife Reatortd. Mr. II. W. Ooptan. Hot IS. Oreena-tro- , yrara with fla.. auflered waa In catarrh ot lb stomach, furb poor health .h coukt not 811.01 to btr bouehokt tlutlee at alL Wruna frba recommended ty nclghbora. wai .11 Induced to tfin th ue ol IVm Ba. M. lay. I "Alter taklnc Br bottle, ot IVrune 1 am happy tu a.y that 1 ara entirely cured. Jly ladiccatJon U rcurtly cube.' One a Chronic Invalid. MM. r, Itllrr. UH Grant Am.. Tait Clar r.tla, Iowa. wa. ore a rbronld Intend, four different doctor, had tarn conaulled without aralL rha had takra At tfllTefent inedlelnee that ba.1 been ImpruTement. without rccommcudnl. JYruna wat trlM ai1 tho good rtjult vai prompt ami lattlsc. Called To His Reward. I.0WKLI., Ky., rrft Itruni." Every Chang of Weather. Vr. E. ArnoM, Wterlr. It I . a art ere cold. The foil a co tml In till aide .0.1 m thought to I lion that lyery chance ol weather would bring inurn ol I'll trouble. After tailor IV ruaa all bla ailment, bat TasJtbcd. .irly. " Pain In tho 8tomach. Vr. Henry Kni. Pot Ka. No. 1111 . Vlite At... JeneTUI. AMI. afllee: -- I wrote you about lour week, ago that I had a pain In tri atomath. I your ed.le and fcd three foUowrd lottlee of your 1'truna, M I am all right now. I tin Tery thankful tor your adtlco and your medlclae." one Expratato Mr. F.nrafl Itulh. US Colon At., Ltbanon, l'a ll able to aay foaltlrrly ruri1 by lYruoa. hb. that ab baa can afarrrly DM word, to oprtii txr rmT.ry. ror many aralltuiK for yrara aba ba1 Urn a Kml toTHM fxso (bronie catarrh. Hr Gratitude. bn br Thraa aubatantlal man, ha ad a of famillaa, mad tffielant mora by Poruna. Thraa houaawlvaa rtttorad to thalr famlll.a. Thaw ara only aamplaa of what Paruna la dolag vary day, avarywhara. Surely, thla la a eplandld work. Anything that conaarvaa family Ufa and make tha homa mora dealrable and comfortable, nourlahea the) heart root of civilization, Peruna la creat clvlllier. .y fit noiicei ruuiiry kouscib . . Mr. W.W. Ilrown, after a brief Illness of imcumonlit died at the home of Mr. nnil Mra. Jeir Davis, Saturday after noon. Cnpt. Ilrown m he was familiarly known by his many friends of this community, was for many years Section t unman for this section of the L. & N, Hailroail. HavinK only resigned this IKjsition about a year and a half ago, when the company, fn recognition of his lalthlul services retired him with a pension sulllcient to make his declining years confni table. He was one of the most substantial and highly respected citizens of darrard Co., and was esteemed by all who knew him. After funeral services at the house interment took place in the Richmond cemetery Monday, He is survived by three children, Mrs. Noah Spainhawcr, of Kingston, Mo., Mrs. Cleve Davis, of Wayneaville, 0., and Mrs. A. It. McKinney, ot Rich mond, Ky., and one sister, Mrs. Lafe Ilrown, of this place. Much sympathy is extended the bereaved family. Mr, Knos Davis has returned from a visit to his son in Waynesvilly, O. Mr. and Mrs. T. I'. King visited their daughter, Mrs. Steve Lavton, of Nina, Sunday. Miss Ethel Mae Davis was the week end guest of Miss Marian Ledford of l'aint Lick. Miss Ida Mae Ilurte, the efficient teacher of Sycamore district spent the week-en- d with homefolks here. Mrs. A. II. McKinney, of Richmond, and Mrs. Cleve Davis, of Wayneaville, 0., were called here this week by the illness and death of their father, Mr. W. W Ilrown. Miss Claia Uettis, of Pittsburg. Ta., who has been the guest of her grand parents here for the past three weeks is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Parsons, of rlatwood, this week. Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker, :s'cT;:.'iio"r.TT Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry IJI J a rua M AwJ ! WJl Camn. tUnktoww. Ky.. an "OW.W J lti .uallr. Ill lb. bt di kra Ula lb. m t4 nlmw lb. iMck Cramt, BardtttwB, Ky. Price JOc mi wad. I Mfg. ii.Curaatttd by J. Kebt. nm -- Ik I! mouo uy taIIOrntltU. Mr. and Mrs. Milford Lee, Mr. and e, Mrs. J. II. Davis, and little son, Mrs. Lena and Master Earl Maurice Ilrown and Miss Emma Kinnard were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lee, Sunduy. C. C. & J. E.Stormes. Editor Tells How D.D.D. Cured His Eczema Clergyman and Banker Abo Write Mogul 8-1- 6 Saves Its OwnPrice 8-1- In Fuel Bill Reduction true. THAT'S its own A Mogul fuel price in pared with a gasoline tractor. Until April 1st the price f. o. b. Chicago. Fortunate terial still allow you this low the price will be $725, same 6 n. O. notrhklia. lilitor Echo, 111.: IU'iucuInt uilnn uaa ot lirtrrn yrara' atnntllns. Now I niu com- I ylrlrly brnlril. after ot bottlra of 1). II. 1. n-n raid 'Ja yrara' atamllnir etirrd. 1 bare awn my own doctor cured of tarlxr'a Itch, whkh be could not euro Llmarlf. r II. Tiar. n.intcr. nopldnton, la. ; I treated T.I1I1 three doctor lor alx mutiths. 1 bey did me no rood ; my fart and aeatp rrv full of I ln dlaeaae. f applied 1). !. I. lletult tur fare U ua .month im a baby'a. Her. 1. I. lKmiilnf. 1'a.tor Stb At. l'res. tytrrlan Churrb, Uoanoke. Vn. s for threa jeara I suffered. Intenaelr so. I buto at Uit fouml relict In I). I). 1. I am no loncrr tortured completely rured. 1 liaa no beallanry la eeknonledglng tbo grrit lrtu.a of tola ancclnc. linnrrUU are alad to recommend thla soolblnic, eoollnc ll.iuld. IT.c, sue and f 1.04. t'omo tou and wo will tell )ou more about tbla remarkablo reinetly. Your money baek iiiileaatheUrstboltloreltereajou. li. IK Ik. tW kof a Jour akin beallby, A.k tbvut It, It. E. McKnberts. Lancaster, Ky. kerosene tractor bill saving, as com- SPAINEY. Mr. II. C. Anderson was in Ilrodhcad Inst week on business. Mr, W. H. Lee was tho guest of Miss Myrtle Cormney. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Edwards visited at Edd Portwood's Sunday. Mrs. Will Klanery and Miss Uertha Flancry visited Mrs. Uooth Dyehouse, Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Johnson visited her mother. Mrs. M, F. Cormnev. Sun- Miss Sallie Klam has returned home Williamsburg where she has been visiting her slater. Itev. J. M. Itohinson filled his regular atinointinent at tho M. U. church Sat. unlay and Sunday, Mrs. Sam Wilcox and children of Gilberts Creek, visited her mother, Mrs. rxid t'ortwood. Sunday. Sunday School at Lawson Chapel every Sunday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. everybody is invited to come. Misses Elzie Elam and Ilettie Mae Dyehouse were the guest of Miss Lizzie Mae Elam, oneinlght last week. remains 4 at i $675 cash early purchases of mafigure. After April 1st you pay for kerosene. Figure it out yourself, or see your dealer. This is a saving you can't afford to miss. At either price tho Mogul 6 is by far the most economical tmctor because it operates on cheap, common kerosene or coal oil. Gasoline to run tho gasoline tractor costs over 100 per cent more than tho kerosene a Mogul will use. Which is best for you? Vou know what gasoline costs you, and you know what terms. 816 Iateraatioaal Harvester Conpaiy of Aserica Uacaraantae) Mof ul keroeene tractor, ara told by Becker Ballard, Bryantsville, Treadway & Co., Paint Lick,Ky. & Since the long succession of Lancas ter reports were first published in the local press there has been no looking back. Lancaster evidence continues to pour in, and better still those whose reports were fi rat published many years ago, verify all they said in a most henrty and unmistakable way. Head the experience of Mrs. C. T. Ilrummett, Crab Orchard, St., she says: "My kidneys were out of order and I had pains through my back and kid neys. At times I was nervous. Doan's Kidney Pills made me feel much better and stronger in every way." ON A LATER OCCASION. Mrs. Urummett said: "I cannot say too much in favor ot Doan's Kidney Tills as a kidney and bladder medicine, for two boxes have cured me of that trouble." Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan's ALL FASCINATED BY Kidney Pills the same that Mrs, llrum mett has twice publicly recommended. WOMAN'S HAIR. Co., Props., Uuffato, Y" Nearly every woman whohasanordi nary head of hair can by giving it just CARTERS VILLE. a little attention have luxuriant hair, soft, fluffy and radiantly beautiful. Mrs. Jeff Davis has been very sick It's a good thing to know this because witn a com. hair preparations that put life and lustre The prayer meeting at J. D. Carter's into dull looking hair are scare, but it last Friday night was a success. Is a fact known to nearly every druggist Mr. Felix Pennington was the guest in America that Parisian Sage, a delight of his brother, Mr. Lem Pennington for fully clean and refreshing tonic not only weeK-enme will make your hair look 100 per cent Mr. Mat aged 24 and Hester better but will quickly stop it from fall Lamb, age 14, were united in marriage ing, rid it of dandruff and scalp itch. last inursuay. It's well worth a trial and R. E. Mc Mr. Charley Pennington was the Roberts who disposes of a great quantity guest of his uncle, Mr. Felix Penning- of It will tell you so. and will refund ton, last week. your money if it isn't all you expect. Mr. Robert Green left last Monday for Dallas, Texas, where he expects to spenu tne summer. MT. HEBRON Mr, John Calico and son, Eugene, Mrs. Theophlis Sherrow remains ill were the guest of friends on Ilroddus . Uranch, for the Mr. Irvine Dean sold to Mr. Dillard Miss Luvenia Montgomery who has Brumfield of Jessamine a Dony for $45. been visiting her sister, Mrs. J. M. Mr. W. U. Montgomery soldtollager Hamilton returned home Sunday. Bros of Bryantsville four calves for$ll5 Mrs. Lena Turner and Mrs. Lillie Mr. Hulbert Lawson left Thursday Clark wera the guest of Mrs. J. T. for his home in Mo. after several weeks visit here. Allen and family, last Saturday. The farmets of this section are very Mr. and Mrs. James Holman were called to the bedside of their daughter, much behind with their work on account of the bad weather. who is very ill with tuberculosis. Miss Nina Coulter of Bryantsville, Mrs. Ludie Jennings and children were the guest of her mother. Mrs. F. was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Marion Montgomery the week end. P. Hryant. Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Duncan and children Mr. and Mrs. John Turner have returned home from Pineville, and they were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harrison Dean Saturday night and Sunday, expect to make their home in He re a. Mr. Irmne Dean and Miss Ollie V, Mrs. Pauline Pennington and children and Miss Susie Davis were the guestof Crawford attended a party given by C. S. Hoop and family, last Saturday Miss Gertrude McQuerry at her home night. in Jessamino last Thursday night. Mrs. John Green returned to her Mr. II. F. Edgington who was ser home In Carthage, III., she was ac- iously hurt by a wagon running over companied home by her mother, Joe him about u week ago, remains in a nowder. critical condition. Mrs. Susie lialcomb sent Mrs. C. S. The Sunday School at this place will Hoop u home grown lemon tho other give the collection for March 20th for It weighed J of a lb., and there Homo and Foreign Missions. Let every day and was also three more besido this one on body come prepared to help in this tin bush. noDie cause. Mr, and Mrs. Herod Rains moved last Tuesday to a house on Mr Lem Teaters DON'T GO TO BED farm and Mr. and Mrs. Dit Huffman WITH COLD FEET moved to a house on Mr. White's farm near Bourne. Says: "Often Brings On Attacks Of Acnte Mr. J. E. Sherrow went to Lancaster Saturday and brought heme a handsome Rbenmatism." new Ford car. Mr. Roger Aldridge acAn ounce of prevention is worth a companied him home and will teach him to run his car. pound of cure, and people who are subject to attacks of rheumatism should never go to bed with cold feet. A whole lot is being said about tak ing salts and pITervesing tablets for. rheumatism and sciatica, but those who suffer sharp twinges and painful swollen joints need something powerful to OF- overcome their piteous suffering. I0URB0N POULTRY CURE Any druggist will teU In the drinking- water you that teaspoonful of Itheu-m- a Vita Him Ly kmilttff taken once a day Is driving more Curea Roup, C0M1. Cbolera. rheumatism out of ufllicted people than Umberoeck I'revcota all the saltt on earth. Right in this GneSOo bottla tnak, 12 gallons ol medicine. At drug, neighborhood R. E. Mcltoberts and all glitior brni.ll po.tpaU. Valuable poultry book free. druggists sell large quantities of tt, and tmm KKOT M. UaaVM If. it's the surest and most Inexpensive SM W J. R. Mtut. Ss Co. remedy-ab- out CO a bottle. Foster-Milburn week-end- FEW DROPS - broad-minde- d one-ha- lf Ska-oei- i When the child is subject to attacks of croup, see to it that he eats a light evening meal, as an overloaded stomach may bring on an attack, also watch for Paint Lick, Ky. the first symptom hoarseness, and Mrs. Elizabeth Woods Walker died give Chamberlain's Cough Remedy as at her home near here Monday morning soon as the child becomes hoarse. Obat one thirty after a brief illness from tainable everywhere. apoplexy. From the first it was evi dent that her condition was critical and all that medical skill and loving hands POEMS THAT LIVE. could do was of no avail. She was the daughter of Martha Givens and Rice Garland Woods and was in her 71st The Bloe And The Gray. year. Always an active, home loving (Francis Miles Finch.) woman, a consistant, earnest member of old Paint Lick Presbyterian By the flow of the inland river, Whence the fleetf of Iron have fled. church. The summons came after e morning spent at the preparatory ser Where the blades of the quiver. vices for communion. Asleep are the ranks of the dead, She is survived by four daughters, Under the sod and the dew. Mrs. Luther Gibbs, Misses Mary, Jane Waiting the Judgment Day; and Mattie Walker and one son. Woods Under the one, the Blue; Walker, and one sister, Mrs. J. C. Under the other, the Gray. Hays of Stanford, who with a wide circle of friends and relatives mourn The?e in the robings of glory. Those in the gloon of defeat. her loss. Funeral services were con gory, ducted Tuesday morning at the Presby All with the battle-blooIn the dusk of eternity meet. tenan church by Rev. W. M. Eldridge Under the sod and the dew. and the body was laid to rest in Paint Waiting the Judgment Day; Lick cemetery by the side ol her hus Under the laurel, the Blue, band to await the resurection. Under the willow, the Gaay. Rev. C. S. Ellis filled his regular ap From the silence of sorrowful hours pointment at Lewisburg Sunday. The desolate mourners go, Miss Mattie Wiley of Point Leavell Lovingly laden with flowers, is the guest of Mrs. Betty Griggs. Alike for the friends and the foe; Mr. James Rucker, of Lexington, Under the sod and the dew, spent Sunday with the home people. Waiting the Judgment Day; Misses Fannie Dcwden and Lucile Undea the roses, the Blue; Lackey were week end guest of friends ' Under the lilies, the Gray. at Berea. So, with an equal splendor Mr. and Mrs. Alex R. Denny motored The morning sun rays fall, down from Richmond Sunday and were With a touch Impartially tender guests of relatives. On the blossoms blooming for all. Rev Carmichael, of College Hill, fill Under the sod and the dew, Waiting the Judgment Day, ed his pulpit at Walnutta Sunday morning and evening. Broidered with gold, the Blue; Wet with rain, the Gray. Quite a number of Masons went to Richmond Monday for the burial of Sadly, but not with upbraiding. Captain William Brown. The generous deed was done. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Coldiron have In the storms of the years that are fading No brave battle was won. moved into the property that Mr. Dan Under the sod and the dew; Baker formerly occupied. Waiting the Judgment Day, Mr. and Mrs. Jonas Rucker, of Rich Under the blossoms, the Blue. mond were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Under the garlands, the Gray. C. Rucker on Saturday. No more shall the war cry sever, The ladies Missionary Society of the Or the winding rivers be red; Baptist church met with Mrs. Tom They banish our anger forever Logsdon, Saturday afternoon. When they laurel the graves of our Mrs. W. W. West, who has been con dead! fined to her bed for some time, was Under the sod and the dew, able to be out at church, Sunday. Waiting the Judgment Day; Mr. R. G. Denny and Miss Belle Lovj and tears for the Blue; Denny of Stanford, came Monday for Tears and love for the Gray. the funeral of Mrs. E. IL.Walker. There will be special Missionary services at Mt. Tabor Sunday morning a. V Instead of tho regular Sunday School. Mr. James V'ynn and Mr. Burkhart. of Ilerea College were guests of Mr. and Mrs A. B. Wynn for the week end. Mrs. Jay McQee, 0! Steptw Mrs. James Carlisle, of Mansfield.O., envilie, Texas, writes: 'For and Mrs. John F. White, of Nicholas- nine (9) years, I suffered with ville were the guests of Mrs. Rice womanly trouble. I had terWoods the past week. rible headaches, and pains In Mrs. W. F. Parks extends an Invi my back, etc. It seemed as li tation to all the ladies to attend her 1 would die, I sullered so. At millinery opening Saturday, March 25th. last, I decided to try CarduL Gage and Fisk hats a specialty. the woman's tonic, and tt Mr, and Mrs. J. C. Hays, of Stanford helped me right away. The full treatment not only helped are with relatives, having been called 010, but it cured me." here by the Illness and death of Mrs. Hays' sister, Mrs. E. II. Walker. TAKE Rev. Win. Telford, of Richmond, was the guest of Rev. W. M. Eldridge for Friday and Saturday and conducted the preparatory services forcommunion. Mrs. John Wynn and little daughter. Eva Howard, and Mrs. Lucy Roup of Th Woman's Toie Frankfort, eft Saturday for a visit to their sister Mrs. M. G. Ward of Harlan. Cardui helps women In tlrae ol greatest need, because II contains Ineredlents which act Rank Foolishness. specifically, yet gently, on the I You occasionally see it stated that womanly organs. weakened coles do not result from cold weather. 51I So, if you feel discouraged, That is rank foolishness. Were It true unable to blue, colds would be as prevalent In midsumAr vniir hniKehntd umrlr nil 1 . mer as In midwinter. The microbe account of your condition, stop that causes colds flourishes In damp, worrying and give Cardui a coldjweather. To get rid of a cold take trial. It baa helped thousand Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. It Is of women, why not you? elfectual and is highly recommended by CarauL people who have used It for many years a occasion required, and know Its Ja! value. Obtainable everywhere. BELOVED life-lon- g 1 grass-gravd I "Cured" Cardui U K-- Page 4 The Central Record INCORPORATED. The Central Record, Thursday Men 23 SQUEEZING BLOOD OUT OF A TURNIP A 19 Id. ssued Weekly. J1.00 a year. Lot 01 People Apparently Think It Can J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. R.L. KLKIN. LocdI Editor mul Mfir. KnterrdM the Toit (Cond Offlcd Be Done. Clti And In Uncmtrr, Ky., Mall Matter. Member Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Kjr., March 23, 1916 "You can't squeeze blocd out of n turnip." This Is absolutely true, but a lot of people evidently don't believe it. t You can't expect nervous, run down men and women to bo cheery, normal beings. They don't get out of life that they deserve. Hut a lot of people expect it of them. In every community there are a legion of these men and women. Not really sick, perhaps, but alfectcd with .t. i i. u nervous, ucuiiunicu comimon so mm thev imagine countless things are wrong with them. They hnvo frequent headaches, nre sluggish in mind nnd in body and they haven't enough real energy to in even the litmake them tle things oT life. They haven't enough rich, ted blood to nourish their bodies. Their vital organs nre congealed. They need something to speed up their assimilation to a normal slate, some thing to bring back old vitality, self reliance and a cheery view of life. They need something that contains the right nerve food, tonic, invigorator and appetizer which Will awake their sleeping energies. Tunhic Is designed especially to meet For the relief of these conditions. '! stomach, kidney and liver ailments and catarrhal affections of tho mucous membranes it is believed to be without an equal, (t fortifies one to better en&orirtiiiSranfiUilrm counter fatigue, exposure and tho daily OAtxac. grind of life. Teniae has won the greatest success ever scored b a medicine It could not have done so without superlative merit. As the proof of the pudding is in the eating, so Is the proof of Tanlac W in the taking. Tanlac may be obtained in the nearby cities. Paint Lick, J. N. Metcnlf; Itry antsvilte, Decker & Iialtard; Little Hickman, Collier and Bruncr; Hcrra, S. E. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug Store; Junction City, ICeynolds and ENTEREvans; Kichmond, 11. L, Perry & Son; LANCASTER WILL Crab Orchard, Lyne Dros ; Burgin, G. T. Schoolfield; Danville, John S. Wells; TAIN KNOLVILLE BOARD It. E. McRoberts, Lancaster. OF COMMERCE one-hafelt-reliar. Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv OHUes ...$ 5.00 10.00 and District Offices.... 16.00 10 For Cnlls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per .N 10 line 05 Obituaries, per line S"or County Offices tor State met--- Aifttt lBl Advanced Spring Stytes IN YOUNG MEN'S CLOTHES. We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Higgins a candldute for County of Garrard School Superintendent County, subject to the action of tho Democratic primary Augmt 1917. We are authorized to announce J. O. Bogie, as a candidate for lha Democratic nomination fcr County Court Clerk, primary to be held August 1917. The Legislature adjourned last week The usual after a turbulent session. In this incriticism has been made. stance partially undeserved we think. The unfavorable impression made on the minds of some Was given out, we think to some extent, by enemies of the it & 'SHOES, HATS, NECK- SILK SHIRTS, FANCY present Administration for the purpose of injuring the Governor and his organization in the party. We have no to mane of those democrats who voted against the party platform in undertaking to submit to a vol the prohibition amendment to the Constitution who had previously promised their constituents that they would do so before they were bound by party platform. On tile contrary we have nu compliment to extend to those democrats who were continuously forcing measures that would delay legislation, in violation of the party platform and who were undertaking to become prominent as dry leaders at the expense of party organization. They were disruptors of! their parly, obstructors of legislation and accomplished no good for the temperance cause. We doubt if some of the most radical were really inspired in their efforts for nn advancement of temperance. The Governor has demonstrated that he is a strong party leader. He and the Administration leaders enacted into law all of the promises of the platform except the amendment to the taxation More constructive legislation laws. was enacted than in any session for s many years. The bill was a real reform. The Corrupt Practice Act Is the foundation for the correction of corruption in elections. The Bill introduced and handled by Mr. Kauflfman is a measure of great merit. The Tax measure will either be handled at the next session or a call session will be had alter the committee appointed has reported, which was selected to study the tax question and prepare a bill that would cover the needs. There were a great many useful measures that went into law which we think that after the people have considered the beginning work of Governor Stanley's administration, it will receive the favorable consideration from the people of the State to which it Is really entitled. A large portion of the Statewide amendment talk and noise in tha Legislature was for the purpose of preventing a fair consideration by tho people of the meritorious work done by the Governor and his friends in the Legislature. cum-plaianti-pasAnti-Trust The above is a good likeness of Mr. for one term and nerved as Road Engl' O. Bogle who announces this week neer for one venr. which position he his candidacy for County Court Clerk, resigned to accept the position he now subject to the action of tho primary of holds as traveling salesman. 1917. He states that it is nothis desire Sir. Iiogie has for many years been to interfere with the nomination to fill one of the most active working demoout the unexpired term mado vncant by crats In the County and ut every electhe death of Mr. J. W. Hamilton. The tion for many years nns done his part. appointment made by Judge Arnold, as He has always worked in the Buckeye announced last week, in the person of precinct which is reMr. Jon Hamilton, brother of .Mrs. J. publican and has never failed to give a W. Hamilton, continues unless'his suc gocd account of himself. He is well cessor la elected and qualifies in this qualitUd to perform the duties of the fall, November, election. It will be office and has many friends throughnecessary for the democratic party to out the County, who think that he is nominate a candidate fur this place at the strongest man the democrats, rould the August primary. We hive heard nominate. He will make r.n active efof no candidates for the unexpired term fort to get his organization in shape and it will likely go to Mr. Joe Hamil- for the 1917 Primary, believing that ton if he desires it. Mr. Bogie is well the "early bird gets the worm". It is rumored th.it n number of other demoknown to tho people of Garrard county, crat! would like to hate this same posihaving creditably represented Garrard i tion and who are preparing to make County in the Kentucky Legislature public announcement. J. WEAR AND HOSIERY. 5 PARKS HENDHEN lncororated CO. . Style Leaders. - - Danville, Ky. Perhaps 'twill ATTENTION. DRUGGISTS STORE KEEPERS. ! BROWN Mr A. B. Brown, Jr., was called to Harrodsburg last Thursday evening by death of his brother. Jacob the C. Brown, who died of apoplexy, in the eightieth year of his age. Mr. Brown had lived in Mercer county for nearly thirty years and was one of the countya best and most influential citizens. He was a devout and consistant member of the Christian church, having affiliated with this denomination when a lad of 14 years. He Is survived by his wife and four children and leaves two brothers, A. B. Brown, Jr. cf this county and II. B. Brown, of Oklahoma, and one sister, Mrs Maggie Talmage of New Mexico. After funeral services at his late home the remains were bur ied in tho Berei cemetery, near Rose Hill. EASON. .Mr. Cyrus C. Eason, one ot the best and most highiy respected citizens of Garrard and Mercer, died suddenly at his home near Salvisa, Friday the lSth. At one time Mr. Eason and his most estimable wife lived in Lancaster, later they mdved to lower Garrard after which they moved to Mercer, always muking and retaining warm friends. He was a member of the Christian church and an ardent supporter of the W. C. T. U. Mr. Eason was a man of quiet and gentle disposition in his home and in his neighborhood, but 'the esteem in wnich he was held by his neighbors was evinced by the kindly attentions paid his memory and to his wife when he was so suddenly taken from them. Mr. Eason had seemed as well as usual on the day he died, but came in and told his wife his head was hurting, he sat down and died before she could reucli his side. He had lived a consecrated Christian life and had said he was ready to die and had hoped he would die just as he did. Had he lived until the 25th of May he would have been seventy years old. It is sad to give up one whose influence among men was always fur good, onu who spread abroad .the example of Godly living and to tho bereaved wife, left so lonely and desolate, we extend our heartfelt sympathy. May time bring its resignation. The remains were brought back to his old home and after service at the grave conducted by Elder F. M. Tinder they were laid to rest in tho Lancaster An exclusive Tanlac agent is wanted in every town, village and cross road in this county. For particulars and advertising plans address Cooper Medicine Company, Dayton, Ohio. SCHOOLNOTES. The teachers will hold their regular meeting Friday evening with Misses Robinson and Hatcher. Miss Tinder pleased and inspired the school Friday morning by telling in her own matchless way the story of "The Great Stone Face". After this week the extension of time heretofore given to the pupils driving in from the country will be withdrawn and everybody will be ex-- 1 ' pected to report at 8:15. Bro. Clere, of the Baptist church conducted devotional exercises Tuesday morning. He also gave the 'school a most excellent talk on "opportunity"' enforcing all his points with a great wealth of illustration. Dr. It. II. Crossfield, President of Transylvania University, will give his address on "Prcpardncss: or Why Go To College", in the school auditorium Friday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. The public is cordially Invited to hear this address. The Keport Cards this month show substantial progress and marked improvement over IbjI month. The attendance is better and the vork superior. This improvement may in a lanre measure be attributed to the ad ditional study hour put on at the close . of the days work. CRISCILLIS The news of tha sudden death of Mr. J. C. Criscillis, which occurred at his home near Hiattsvillc early Monday morning was a shock to his family and his numerous friends over the county. The cause of his sudden demise was heart failure, although his family were not aware of the fact that he had ever been afilctcd with this trouble. Mr. Criscillis was a devout and consistent member of the Baptist church, having served as its elder for over "0 years. He moved to this county about twelve years ago and has been one of the coun ty's most progressive farmers. Besides a devoted wife he is survived by two sons, James and Joe, and one daughter Llda, and a multitude of friends to mourn the death of a devoted father and husband. Under nil circumstances ho walked in tho well beaten path of righteousness. He was the soul of hom.r and his friends and friendships were sacred to him.' After funeral services at hit late home conducted by his pastor, ltev. A. J, Clere, the re mains were laid to rest in the Lancaster cemetery Wednesday morning. cemetery. EVIDENCES. Then steal away, give little warning. Heaven seems more real and its real- Chooe thine own lime; but in some brighity consists not so much in its streets Say not good-nighter clime of gold and gates of pearl, as In the ones who dwell there, when one by one Bid us good morning." our friends and loved ones part from Another link TO us forever in this life. THE MEMORY City Club And Business Men Of Lancaster was added to the chain of luv that binds hearts closer to heaven, when on Sunday, Mnrch 12th. their little son. Will Meet Train. OF J. W. HAMILTON. Chester Ray, win taken from Mr. and Kates to live in n world Mrs. Shirley O. All who knew him will Rprov of The Knoxville Board of Commerce is where sorrow is not known And sin this character sketch of "Will" Hamreceiving enthusiastic letters daily from never enters. Only two years, two ilton. He was true in dumeitic, sotial thedilTerent Boards of Commerce or the j months and two weeks of age, und dur- nnd business relatione. Once he became towns and cities to be vhited on their, ing this short pilgrimage of life, with convinced of his duty, there was no Firai TrHilp Trin. ussurinir then of their impaired health, this little child was to compromise. This was especially true in making this trip hearty father and mother what the weakest In his omVial career, of about eighteen the decided success the hnoxvllie or- lamb of tne lloek is to the shepherd years, as Circuit Clerk and County to be. While this ganization desires it object of the most tendernlfection. Uerk. i'ruminenl men who had busiKnoxville the is to be the first trip that eternity to reveal to is that it was run hj, r mulu of this kind, neither us But itour left for should be saddened ness in his oilier why hearts with system ar.d true to the Irttrr of pains nor expense nre being spared to by our dearest friends being taken the taw. Infacttheio was no fault mike it a success In every wnj. from us. We can only say. "'lhy will found with his methods. The purpose or the trip Is not alto- be done," when the Master speaks. It The physical is thn expression of the gether for busincs purpojes, or for selis very like the inscription tin u child's spiritual. Evil spirits are manifested ling goons, but rather to meet the tombstone in r.n English churchyard, by frowns and curses. Gentle spirits people of the various towns from whom as follows; "Who plucked that llowerT' are manifested bv smites and kind who they sell they buy'goods and to cried the gardener, as he walked n smile and a kind word gocd, and to bring them into a closer the garden. Ills fellow servant thru words. He had This for very one. evinces an absence relationship with each other. 'The Master.' And thegurdener of hatred and malice, and good will for In several ot the larger towns and held his peace. all. It enabled him to count his accities where the "Special" is to stop In vain we spend our elfoits to com quaintances as his friends. Smiles and for some length of time, preparations fort those in whose hearts grief has frowns nre prompted by the spirit withn r tteim mailt to en tertain the visitors come. We may give our reasons lor in and prove the kind of spirit.' for in many ways; while in the smaller comfort and hope, yet still in the hearts good or evil. True to his friends, loyal towns where the length of stnv will not of those ' who loved linn best" there is to duty and stcudfast on questions of permit of extensive entertainment, a vacancy that cannot be tilled. There honor he drew friends as n magnet other.forms will be provided. ii grief one can never know unless a draws the needle. el The special will consist ot eight deHr one has been taken from his own Ia'I us indulge the fond hope that his Pullman cars, including two din home one of his own children. noble trUU of character will hf reflecting cars and one combination baggage We can only commend the bereaved ed upon his two bright little son; that and refreshments rnr. njito Him who said, "Come untoiue, ull they may live tn a riper age than he, Thn irnin will carrv over 100 of ye that labor and are heavy laden, and do much good in life, nnd finally enjoy llln'a Imirlinr- - lni.iiritas and mo- I will give you rest. Let us all pre- an abundant entrance iiw the bode of on fesaional men and, manufacturers pare for the tiufe when with the poet eternal rest. u board. Besides these, there will be wu must say, To his aged mother, his wife, chillarge brass band to help make merry "Life! we've been long together. dren, brothers and slaters, I extend when thu visitors arrive in the various Thtough pleusaut and cloudy weather; sincere condolence. tmvrw Mrwl eitipA. M. D. Hughes. Kneli inemlinr nf the nnrtv Will wear 'Tis hard to part when friends are dear; IN MEHORIAM. cnt n sigh, a tear; - aert GOLD PEN FOR KAUFFMAN Hon II. Clav KaurTmau was never prouder of his first pair of red top boots than he Is of tho gold pen presented to him by Governor Stanley, which was usd in signing the messure thatmadeitaltiv. Mr. Kauflfman was the author of this Important measure and mu."h credit was given him by Governor Stanley for safely steering it through the House. Anti-Tru- st WAIKFP Mrs. Elizabeth Woods Walker, relict The Citv of Lancaster, as well as her of the late Edd Walker, died at her many citizens are deeply grateful to country home Monday March 20th, ami Mr. W. J. Sparks, of Mt. Vernon, who was buried in the Paint Lick cemetery through his cgent. Mr. J. E. Thomp' Tuesday, She had passed her seventy-fir- s milestone in life's journey and her son, of that city, donated and spread a ton of his AGK1CULTUHAL GROUND weakening heart gradually carried her LIME upon the grass plots in our city to that last span of life without either park last week. This lime so highly she or her loved one knowing the partrecommended by the Kentucky Argri ing was so close at hand. Mrs. Walker cultural department, will insure a good was a gracious type of the grand womstand of Blue grass for our park beaut! anhood of old Kentucky member of the She was a life-lon- g ful. Again we thank Mr. Sparks for Presbyterian church and one of the his generosity, most. Godly women who ever lived, unlvei sally loved. Hers was a finished BIBLE SCHOOL" CONTEST work, her life was well rounded out. The Bible School Contest between As wife, mother, sister, friend and Lancaster and Stanford continues and christian, she had beeifln every sense It behooves Lancaster to be on the "qui-viva- ". all every one of these could possibly Stanford is in earnest, they embrace. Her life's battles bad been are at work, and going into the by won, her plan for peace established the ways and hedges and bringing them in, "cloth of gold" hud been spun and finare possibly waiting for ished according to the most perfect while we them to come in. The Bible School design. that wins this contest is the one that With faith in her Saviour, with love will rtsp the harvest, tho one that will In her heart she fell asleep to rise in a confer a lasting benefit upon their new life. The Heccrd wltn the entire Let your community extends sympathy to the church and community. hearts be prompted, hi the spirit of bereaved family. A more extended notice of her life love to bucket on the armor of Chris and work will be seen In the Paint Lick tlan fellowship and take a wide-awak- e letter. interest in this contest. GENEROUS GIFT Miiunuu. a white hat anil carry u siripeu umbrella in addition to wearing the gular badge. A small bird Hying North today Thn Pltv Clnb and the business men Told me that spring was on the way. of Lancaster and Garrard Co., will HONOR ROLL. And paused upon my window-sil- l meet this tram Wednesday, morning. them at once to the A little snatch of song to trill 12tb Grade-EmBroaddus, John At.ril i nn.l Which made me think of April showers, Holtzclaw. thev will be entertain And sunny gardens full of (lowers, red Beazley; Gladys ed by tho City Cluu. Kvery enori win 10th And blossoms white upon the trees. bo made to make this visit of mutual Friable, James Siler. And lyric whispers of the breezo. 9th Grade Mary Davis, Clayton advnnugo to the business men or Of May and June, and then I knew Wjll Knoxville and tho business men of Morrow, Anna Britton Moss, Uigsby. The secret that he told was true) Lancaster. One of iho slogan's of the Brown, Kth Grnde Mary Stella parly is "Get Acquainted". He try, Klisha Currier, Nettle Farmer, The personnel of tho party Is mado Eur) Prayther, THE FUTURE OF Jennings, Vivian nf the most nromlneiit men of Knox- Mitchell Tinder. vlll. I'rnelicallv uverv big enterprise Blake, William In that city has signified its intention 7th Grade-Viv- ian COLLEGE STUDENTS. Kmbry. of having n representative maKe me Cth Grade Judith Daniels. four days trip on tho sjiecial train. Figures of the plans uf the Yale ColCth Grade June Haieldcn, Anna Lee Commercial bodies in many of the lege senior class were given put the Morrow, Ruth Taylor. towns and cities to be visited nave ai past week. There are 126 of them who Poir, Paul Cth Grade Margie Montgomery, ready arranged n pi ogram for Ihe en Will enter somo form of business, while Rebecca Siler, Allen Thomas, Elizabeth turliiinmitnt of tha visitors. but 70 of them will become lawyers, ilagau, Lena Young, Wilmor Meadows, The Knoxtillo committee in churge und only This Is n Swinebroad, Ardellu Turner, is endeavoring to Impress upon tho coin great change from the years when mot t Murrs I hndlea Iii the towns to be visit Nancy Manual, Lillian Boyle, Robert college graduates went into tho profes Cancer. ed that this trade trip isn't mado for sions. 4th Grade -- Esslo Conn, Elsie Farther- - selfish motives. The social onu mo The big motive governing this choice gill, Linda Jennings, Lettie Jennings, lunnniil enntnet features uro consider to bo the matter of money, seems Mlttle Dunn, ed the most Important, nnd uvery elfort Business is popular because it offers a Beazley, red Homer will be mado by thu men on tho 3rd chance for large returns. Law is the Currier, Julian Elliott, Louis Haselden, "special" to make real friends of the one profession that is still favored, Edith Moore, Garnett Montgomery, men they meet along tho route. tho since it too has chances for big incomes. Shirley Pollitt. k'nnYvlHu wholesalers wunt to visit the But it is an overcrowded profession. 2nd Grade Virginia Aldridge. Sue stores of the men to whom they havo Many young men have little liking for Brutton, Ltrap House, Hattie Middle told in the pat. The retailer wants to the long, solitary wait after a student ton, Cecil Sanders. meet the men who have bought their has hung out his shingle, with years of supplies from him. The bankers in the HONORABLE MENTION. anxious listening for footfalls down the King, Ella May nartu uiint tn kiiiiw tliv bunkers ill 12th corridor. other towns and cities, und so on If If ill. The college students are supposed to course every man have spent their four yeara in contact ! 11th Grade Georgia Moss, Annio through the Hat. Of In the party wants to .increase the with the world's great philosophies, Powell. he Is now doing, but whut Is more 10th Grade Wllma Henry, Val Cook, These frown upon the search for ImrinrlBlll fiVvrV OI1U of tllelt WUlltS to weallh, and exalt plain living and high Mary Iee Lear. Chaaip, George know from whom to purchase some of lca 0th thinking. But the world's golden prizes the products of thu sections visueu. Swinebroad. look much more shiny and alluring. ri.m-nGrade-Mild-Grade-MildGrade-Marietta uusi-neGrade-Bern- See us for ows Best Patent Flour 95 cents, per sack of 24 pounds. IS POUNDS OF GRANULATED SUGAR $1 0 BECKER & BALLARD PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday Mch 23, 1916 2 IN THE Page 5 fossard TttyLacc In Froiit Special Demonstration of SPRING TURN - OK - ONES .THOUGHTS TO GOSSARD CORSETS by Foot-We- er STYLE. Drop in and sec the Treat yourself to an unusual Come in and look at MISS MYERS C'osshni Friday and Saturday March 24th and 25th. Wc will appreciate your visiting this department on these days. New Creations in Spring our beautiful new creations in Foot Wear Suits, Coats, Dresses for both young and old. A style and fitting and Waists. for every woman in the latest models. The j Joseph Mercantile 12231 m-r. Don't forget Miss Myers, March 24th ahd 25th, Friday and Saturday. ompai 'TheWomans CliuV HEADQUARTERS OLIVER AND SYRACUSE Hill bine Only (icntiine Rejmlrs. 1 I Gossip About. l tlritf Mentlnn cf the Com!ni nd by Thou Wt Arc inttriittti In. i m. a i Flows and Urnling Stoves nt cost Ijip Kolics nt cost. mm i wn e J Just received a new line of Harness, Brltchinij Collars and Blind Bridles. John Deere Mowers, Binders, Harrows, Plows and Wagons. Its (won told Mr. Kil. Price win In Danville, the past week with relatives. tlmt yon rmiM not get rrpnire fur John Det'ro Mncliinery. Hits is fulse. Wc keep repairs in stock. Mr. J. (J. Scllman, of Nichoiasvilie, is the guest of Miss .Minnie llrowr. J. R. Mount, Son & Co. 11 The Square Deal House. HE air, jesse i.uuey V nnil .Miss llessie were visitors in Danville Monday and Mra. It. I. On-gorand rcn - and .Mra. Sarah Itaymond motored to Kiclunoml Sunday, 1 ZZDL 3C DC Mia Virginia Bourne's many friends will lie glad to hear she is improving 'after n very serious illness. Mr. Henry Moore lias been in l.nmlon to ee his brother. Mr. George .Moore, who is ill. Mr. and Mra. I.ouisvillc, Mr. J. Sterling llermn has returned from n visit of several days to friends in Lexington. Miss Jennie Dickersoti of Richmond spent Saturday and Sunday with Miss Samuel G. Hnselden NOW is TO the Time out- were recent visitors in the city of CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP. We have everything necessary for side mid Inside painting. LEAD AND OIL, PREPARED Minnie Gullcv. Mra. Mildred McCormack and Mra. Lizzie Smith are in Lexington , for a visit to relatives. Mr. and Mr. Hobert Moore of Nichoiasvilie wore recent guests of Judge and Mrs. C. A. Arnold. PAINT, VARNISHES. PRICES RIGHT. STAINS. BRUSHES. Stormes5 Drug Store D 3C z U 3L 1L 1CJ 7 w y . f w It. l;JPi ? OUR LINES Mrs. Emma Higginbolham left this Mr.ster Wm. Itenner and little sister, week for a visit to her sister, Mrs. A. of Somerset, and governess. Miss L. T. Traylor of Stanford. Uhland, of Chicago are here for a stay Miss Bessie Hulizclaw of Stanford nt a few days with Mrs. It. Zimmer." was with her mother, Mrs. AnnaBailey the latter part of the week. The Iluen.i Vistn Consolidated school Mr. J. W. Miller was called to have arranged an interesting program Somerset by the critical illness of her for Commencement. Tim Ilaccalaureate sermon to be Sunday and followed by bni'her. .Mr. Charles Peacock. Mr and Mrs Herbert Lee are rejoicBIRTH OF A NATION. ing over u seven pound baby girl that arrived at their home early this mornThe greatest picture that was ever Mra. James Gaines of Lexington, is ing. Mr nnd Mrs Lee have rooms nt filmed is on the ooards (DlittMl By The Womnm Club, at the Lexingt the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gaines. the Marksbury property. ton Opera House this week and it apMr?, Green, of Detroit Mich., is here The Chautauqua Circle met Tuesday pears that everybody in Lancaster is for u visit to Garrard county relatives. The attendance and interest ot the I'hone and have afternoon with Mrs. Kred V. Frishie, determined to see it. Lancaster Woman's Club has kept up Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred I'. Frisbit are in the entire class of a dozen being in attj your seats reserved now. thiuout the entire year. Each memLexington visiting Mr. and Mrs. Avery tendance. The members are about ber feeling she has gained much lc Mesdames Houcnstcin nnd Ncwlund completing their text book by Hamilton CONTEST. information and social contact. The elecof Stanford were in Lancaster Tuesday W. Mabel. Their last lesson was on tion of officers is not far distant and shopping. "Education in America". oxpre?sion class, under the bus the pices of the W. C. T. U., will hold i this honor Is nev;r chosen lightly by Mioses Lilly Mne Sutton and Lilly Mr. and Mrs. J. It. Haselden, Mr. the nominating committee Jepes art at home after np'oasant visit and Mrs. Samuel G. Haselden, Mrs. declamatory contest Thurrday, Apri never in the history of the club has it Cth, nt the School Auditorium at 7;30, in Danville. V. Ii. Mason, Miss Sue Shelby Mason, Each newly Admission 5 and 10c. Good music and been lightly cast aside. Mr. and Mrs. Jonus Uucker of Rich- - Miss Elsie Morrow, Joel Walker, Miss elected President feels it her duty to a delightful evening. You are cordial mond were with Lancaster friends for Mary Doty and Mrs. W. A. I'rice were return what she can in helpfulness, inly invited. u short visit. terest and duties performed. Truly, in Lexington this week toseeGriltltte's there are no drones in the Woman's Mrs. Erank Sherrow. of Iledgeville, thrilling plav. "The Birth of a Nation". THE TIGHT-WAClub. The next meeting will be conwas the guest of Mrs. Charles ThompThe Senior Class of Sayre College, ducted by Mrs. Emma KaulTman with son on Monday. A farmer boy and his sweetheart the Interesting subject American StainLexington entertained on Saturday Miss Carrie Miller ha; returned evening with their annual reception in drove into town and happened to stop ed Glass and some noted windows InU. home from a visit to her sisters and honor stand. S. of the Juniors. There were 150 at a pop-cor- n brothers in Charleston, W. V. Presently the girl said: "My don't guests upon the invitation list. This The Twenty-fift- h Con'incntal ConMr. Charles Thompson and daughter. will be ot interest to Lancastrians as that popcorn smelj good!" "Yes," said the gallant youth, "ar.d gress of the N. S. D. A. R, will conMiss Ituby. have been the pleasant Miss Elizabeth Ford Is one of the I'll drive closer so we can smell it bet vene In Memorial Continental Hall in graduates. guest of friends and relatives at Coy. Washington, D, C. on April 18. All ter." Mrs. C. II. Clark and little daughter delegates and alternates are expected Miss Alice Hudson Rigney was the have returned to their homo in Lexing charming young hostess on Friday eveto be In Washington to sign their GOES TO DANVILLE ton after a visit with her parents here, ning credentials in Memorial Continental at n pretty social atfalr, in com' Miss Elizabeth Anderson left this pliment to the members of the PresbyAfter receiving many flattering of. Hall on Friday, April 13, from 9 a. m. Week for Uaytnn where she has ac terian Christian Endeavor Society. The fers from business firms, Mr. Arthur to C p. M. Mra. Joe E. Robinson has cepted a position as trimmer in a mill! hours were from 7;30 to 11. The house Joseph has accepted the assistant been chosen as altermate to the Regent. nery house there was quite attractive in its decorations, managership or the ladies department. Mrs. John M. Farra, as ill health pre St. Patricks colors being carried out in in the store of Pushin Brothers, Dan vent's Mrs. Farra going this year. .Mr. Snm it. Harris, of Louisville, both the ices and decorations. A most ville, Ky. He will assume his duties and Mr. Randolph Harris, of Stanford, interesting contest of Hible questions sient Sunday vrith their parents, Mr. was one of the enjoynblo features of April first. Air. Joseph is one of our YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS C0LUS5N. most progressive and successful young and Mrs. E. V. Harris. the evenings entertainment. The place business men and has many friends V. Miss Margaret Sampson, of Harrods- - cards used were hand painted and deco here who will wish him well in his new burg, and Miss Edith Wutkins of May- - rated with shamrocks. home. Salt. Lime, Seed Oats and Coal at wood, are attractive, guests nf their Garrard Milling Co. Miss Nannie I!. Herring. Col. Louis I.Hndrnm, the versatile Annie VnuArsdall of Stnnford motored to Lanr.'iMer Snnday. and J friend. something pleasing throughout tho ARE COMPLETE -- 4 And wc are ready for business. We have all the new shapes and shades. Serin Orchid and Bordeaux shades which are the newest. All the latest music, on sole nt .loin our profit sharing plnn. 1 Mrs. Charles F. Demiiati or Nichoiweek. asvilie came Tuesday for a visit to her Mesdames John E. Stnrmes, Wm. It. sister, Mrs. Henley V. llastin. Cook, George.D. Robinson and Henry t W' Mr, Alexander Kennedy his returned Clay Sutton motored to Lexington '14 to Da nville after 11 stay of three weeks luesilay to witness D. W. Griffith's The Ilirth of a with her daughter, Mrs. Win. Eurnnu. Muster Creation, Mr. and Mr. Green Lyons and little Representative II. Clay Kaulfpian son. of Erankfort Hre the euests of Mr. Lyon's parents. Ml. G. M, Lyon'B entertained a few friends nt n well appointed course dinner on Tuesday. wife. Covers were laid for the following: Mrs. U. II. liatson mid little daugh- Judge Charles A. Hardin. Dr. Win. ter Cecil Iihvc been with Mrs. llatcon's Elliott, Attorney Joe. E. Uobinsonand parents Mr. end Mrs. J. Ililtor, of Robert L. Elkin. Nation". 3rts per copy, Fa Ask nbout it. Give us a call. Stanford. MRS RELLA ARNOLD FRANCIS. ft Mrs. Rockwell Smith, of Lancaster, Miss Nunnio II. Herring has returned will come to Danville tho Inst of this home after n plensantvi.ittohor brothmonth to make her home here. Mr;. family in . M. Duncan and er, Mr 1 ox place on has If Danville DC 3fI E Mmz '1 School. Students may enter at any time. Full courses in Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Stenography and v ure Terms reasonable. The school lire hohlini Boino of tho best positions with of this tho bluest linns anil corporations. Write or call for particulars. other Business Specialties. thorough. Graduates courses hmitli rented the Stanford last week. ' Maple avenue. Her many friends will Mrs. May Hughes Noland has b.'i'n Mr. and Mis. J. Harve Meltoberf, be glad to welcome her bad: in her added to the frtcdlty of the Kichniond Miss Annio Davis Mcltoberts and .Mrs. own home town. Danville Advocute School, on Thiid street, between Oak and Ormsby, in the enpneitv of musical director. The announcement is made in u circular issued by l'rof. J. II. Hlchmoiid the principal. A studio Ims been fitted up at tho school, where Mrs Noland will instruct individual pupils in piano study and in classes inliurmony. Mrs. Noland is u graduato of Garrard Do you read the label to know whether College under l'rof. 'Itaphael Kosster, your baking powder is made from cream of Berlin. She followed this with study at the Lincoln, Neb., Conservatory of of tartar or, on the other hand, from alum Music and at the Conservatory of Mutic or phosphate? at Cincinnati. At tho latter place she filled a position of uccompaniat. Royal Baking Powder is made from Courier Journal. Those who have known Mrs. Noland cream of tartar, derived from grapes, and all her life, iiot only congratulate, the adds to the food only wholesome qualiUes. school that has her as u nujslcal director, but tho parents whose children Other baiting powders contain alum or come in contact with such such a cultured, christian lady, whose precept phosphate, both of mineral origin, and and exumplu will mean as much as the editor of the Danville Messenger and former president of the Kentucky Press Association, with Mrs. Landram, vere among the friends who came over from the Hoyle county capital Monday afternoon with tho body of Mrs, Mary Itowman, widow of former regent John B. Bowman, of Kentucky University, who was interred here Col. Landram. although yesterday. one of the veterans quill drivers of the State, is still as young, active und vivacious ns when ho presiueu over the drstines of the State I'refts Asso ciations more than a decade ago, and judging from the excellent paper he. is making of the Messenger his hand has not forgotton its cunning when the editorial it comes to handling quill. Col Lnndrum is one of the few members of the newspaper craft whom Inug service, in the harness has not aged, nor has custom staled his infinite variety. Few, if nny, newspaper men in Kentucky number more friends among the profession than Col. Landram, and his coming to Lexington is always u source of gratification Lexington Leader. Worth Careful Thought used as substitutes for cream because of their cheapness. for low price. of tartar music lessons. Lancaster Is justly proud of such capable woman m Mrs. Noland. healthful-nes- s a Never sacrifice quality and D. B. HARRIS, Principal. Danville, Kentucky. 31 WARNING. We hereby notify all parties that we will not allow any one to fish in our lake this season, Any one askirig to fish will positively be refused. Hughes Bros. 3E J ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.' New York crat ordered by citizens of that Lost. place would so indicate. Orders for more than two hundred copies Extra Tire und Rim, size 35x 4, Non were received from there." Skid Fisk. Call C. M. Dean, Bryants-vill- e The Corpus Christi Herald fries Ham and receive reward. It" to a dark brown turn and the Record will also print the article in full when Bank Slock For Sale. we have the space. Will sell at public auction, next Mon day, county court day, two and one- half shares of Garrard Bank & Trust COURT NEWS Company stock, Androw Smith. lias been seen The dullest court that Lancaster, Ky. here in jcars is just now about tocomo For Sale. tu a close. The only cases tried by jury this week was. Pope and Robinson 15IJ acres rf land near Hyattsvillc against the L, &. N. Railroad for dam Kv, on Kirksville pike, small house and age to cattle while being shipped from barn, plenty of timber to saw. This Hinckley. Ky. to this point. The land will grow the finest tobacco, best plaintilf'B got judgement for f 125, but quality of hemp and 15 barrels of corn sued for $305. to the acre. If interested write. In the case of J. M. Duncan against Pattie G. Huyden, County Court, after all the the Garrard Nichoiasvilie. Ky. evidence for the plaintiff wus heard, on motion of the plaintill's attorney's the NOTICE ciisa was dismissed ut the plaintiffs Persons hiving claims against th cost. This was ii controversy over u road connecting Water street with the aiiigned estate of Harry Ware will Danville turnpike, the county having present same to me at once properly recently opened this road fur the bene- proven according tu law, II. Clay KaulTman, Assignee. ' fit of tho public. Hie grand jury has adjourned over until next Friday which will be tho DON'T KEEP "BENS, last day. Make Your Ileal Keep Ycu. Judge Hardin was culled to May field to try an important case and the petit My Single Comb Disown Leghorns lay until Monday wRen eggs are high. Setting eggs 15 jury was dismissed April 3rd. for 75 cents, 100 for fi.OO CASH. Erie C. Farra, Box 272, Do Positive. Lancaster, Ky. It Is the Ulu Ufa and tho. empty mind and tho empty soul that Is In the greatest peril. It Is on tho vacant NOTICE. laud that they shoot alt the filthy rubAll persona having claims against the blsh. Tho bad pictures get on tho walla becauso tberu aro vacant spaces. estate of T. D. Chesnutt, deceased, It Is a useless thine to try to exter- will present same, properly proven to minate ovll In your life as though that the undersigned. Those knowing them wero tho end of your bolug. It la not selves Indebted to deceased will come enough to check vice, to tay to your forward and settle at once. children; "Thou shalt not," and to sugJ. T. and J. V. Chesnutt, gest nothing posltlro. Bo positive, Lancaster, Ky. Administrators. Iter. Charles llrowu, 1). V. The season is on for Cement, Lime, Sand Brick and Stone. The Paris Democrnt, of last week, Garrard Milling Co. copied a full page from the Corpus For 'Sale. Christi Texas, Daily Herald which was written in the nature of n reply to $550 Kurtzman upright piano, good aspersions cast upon citizens of that as new for sale at low price. Address city by Ham and Ramsey at a recent Glerr. Ricketts, Nichoiasvilie. Ky. meeting. The Democrat of Paris printed 500 extra papers and here is what it New Store. says of how they took in Daiwille; "The people of the cultured city Have just opened new store on Richof Danville seem to enjoy "Fried mond pike 8t Back Creek. Will pay Ham." At least from tho number highest price for produce. of copies of last Saturday's DemoSam Kelley, 2t "FRIED HAH" . . -' i ' 'tT&m Page Isck of slie, altho I saw sows In breeding condition that would weigh 600 pounds, and boars thnt will tip the HAS COM)! TO STAY. scales around tho 700 rtmrk. As a rule, however, some of the gilts lack some(The Swine World) what in length and scale. They can old state stand a little more bone and ruggedness So often wo hear of the Rood of Kentucky, fnmed for her Rood thruout. The lack of size can be over"hosses". her pretty women, her Rood come In a few years If proper selections whlsxey nnd her bluegrnss pastures. ara made. But somehow or other when n Iior man The Red Berkshires are vigorous, goes down In to that state, and aeea thrifty hogs. They are ever up In .the what a really big Industry the liof? busi- morning and out in the pastures, and ness has attnlned there, ho wonders splendid grass hogs. They are the kind lust why the Kentucky porkers have of hog that will do their part of the not received their share of credit from rooting If left to "root hog or die". the blue grass press agents. These hogs have the foundation of a Down there In old "Kentuck" you splendid breed of swine. If seems to will find hogs galore and nil kinds of the writer that there nre splendid prosthem. As one travels thru that rolling pects for the breeders ot the Red Berk llmf stone country one can't help but shires. With good material to work envy those Kentucky farmers. with, a good foundation npon which to They call it "God's country" down build, a remarkably prepotent hog, one in Madison, Garrard nnd Lincoln which breeds remarkably true, uid unithere counties and we believe it is rightly form an ' a number of progressive. Innamed. telligent men back of the breed, proThe writer went down into Kentucky gress is bound to he made. to learn something about that breed of The Red Berkshires first attended a hogs called Red Berkshire which are state fair in 1915. Last September 25 In the head were on exhibition now coming into prominence. at the Kentucthree above named counties is where ky state fair. A great deal of interest the Red Ilerkshire is found most com' was manifested in the breed and this mon. show proved to the owners of the Red The writer had seen some of these Berkshires that it pays to take hogs to red hogs at the Kentucky state fair the shows. last September, and, as there has been These breeders are planning on show ttgarding ing considerable controversy c at Kentucky State, the their name and considerable interest Fair at Memphis, and the National created in the hogs themselves, I took Swine Shew at Omaha in 1910. a week olt and went down into the blu Here's wishing you well. Red Berkgrass state to get the "facts about this shire breeders. The Swine World is breed." with you. The reason we are with you I visited some eight or ten of the ts because you hnve good hogs. Get more prominent lied ilerkshire breeders your hogs a little bigger, keep away in the above named counties and aside from fads and fancy points, always from being shown some good lings, I keeping in mind that a hog is bred for was entertained in true Kentucky style the pork there is in him; sell vour stuff and most royally to be sure. at reasonable prices, nevet practice To most people Red Berkshires are a boom methods and success will be yours new breed, but not to a Kentuckien. hogs have been bred by people Those in Central Kentucky for ono hundred CARTHAGE WOMAN years, according to breeders in that section. They have been known in the TELLS HAPPY STORY state as long, or perhaps longer, than any breed of swine. Mrs. Laura Duke of Carthage, Tenn., Back in the early days, along about was a victim of stomach disorders for 1830, John W. Walker and Ililery Gibbs several years. She lost appetite and f Garrard county Ky., drove hogs to tier weigbt feu on. She could not rest The CentralRecord, Thursaay Mch 23 IkMd. MISSING 23 YEARS, HE RETURNS RICH Prange Left Family to Seek a Fortune In W Vt THE RED BERKSHIRE ft Bf flf W Hf Mf Mf I Mf fW Mf Mf Mf f Kf If POULTRY POINTERS. Hf FAMOUS RECIPE OF PRESICAKE. r .eM 8 W 15 the West. FALL INJURED HIS MEMORY On Recovering He Was Ashamed to Writs, but Prospered and at Last D.eldsd to Return Found Wife and Happy Family Two Qrown Children Reunion Rssults. (Iocjo nre often, good breeders li up to twenty or twcnty-flvIS years of nge, though the ganders Mf should be replaced soono Kf Gobblers should be changed fif every yenr. Kf Milk Is good both ns an egg Kf nnd 11 ment growing food, nml Kf the chicks nre fond of It. Mf As It come to the breeding Mf senson liegln to cull your flock Kf closely. Kf Keep the fowls indoors during Kf bad weather nml especially when Kf there h snow on the ground. Bf Mf DENT'S WEDDING '!f 17 Kf IV 17 Kf Mf 17 Kf Kf Mi Kf Kf Kf 17 7 i'S Kf Kf VI 17 Kf 17 S 17 17 7 Kf !7 CHICKS IN BROODERS Li Frederick C. Trnngo was reunited MUST BE KEPT WARM with his family nt Stamford, Conn., PAPER the other day after having been given U to ttit room, whit clotWi ir to th It rtfltcta tt Uit cf ih cccapntt up ns dead for twcnty-Uircyears. ml tuublnhti thir iocUI itindini. The advent of ccreral hundred hen ho went awny ho wns poor. Ho Alfred Pcnts comes back rich and with a story ns brooder chicks means that nil other "Prize" Wall Papers plans nro subservient to them for the strange ns a moving ptcturo scenario. r itlsKtotl Cr ttitir nli tie ml dtvorttlr Trnngo was In business In a small first two weeks of their life, writes wgrth and try ptttrrn will 4v tttUftc-tio- n no mitttr tn pric. way In Stamford In 1803. IIo bad lived correspondent of tho American Agrl J lfliptXt thfl bvastlfvl illliAl In lh there nil his life nnd was well known culturlst. Wo plan nhond so thnt the room I to b pprl, thm only tf wjr. In household need Th hook, "lion Urcortilon" thowi how and- - highly respected. Prnnge lived any wny work giving not Interfere titty look upon tho wtlli. them full cure with with his wife and two children Ellin, esjeelally for the first four or live days ( I 3 Lord Jctlta ! color lata, at popalar prica. eighteen, nnd Charles, twonty-- nt that We hnve found that when we can keep Efttlmitai cher folly funuthoi. time In n comfortable home. our chicks growing steadily until fix In tho fall of that year tho wanderweeks of age there Is little trouble nft WHITE & RIDDLE. lust seized him. He believed n for- erwanl. Paint Lick, Ky. tune uwnltcd him In the west Final Warmth Is of first Imiwrtance for ly ho answered tho call, telling his these downy babies. With n valuable family Uint he would communicate hatch we examine the temperature fov. with them later. oral times each night until five days of Months passed nnd they heard nothage. We keep the temperature In the ing. The mouths lengthened Into years, brooder close to 100 decrees during the and still no tidings came. Advertise- first week and reduce thl nbout 10 dements wero Inserted In newspapers all grees during the second neck. over tho country without avail. Then After the third week. If the chicks tho conclusion wns forced Uhjh the are well grown and the weather i family thnt Prange was dead. Ho was moderate, we place them In n tireless mourned as such. brooder heated bnly with Jugs nnd cans of hot water. These brooders Suffered Partial Aphasia. Meantime Prange was encountering conslit of n stout framework six lnche strango experiences. IIo went first to high, which Is placed over plenty of Chicago, then to Denver. In Colorado chaff 011 the floor of the brooder house. ho became Interested in gold mining Over this I' placed lowly nn ample nnd started to prospect He wns so cover of burlap so that It touches the engrossed In his surroundings that ho floor nbout the sides and sinks down forgot to write home. Ono day while riding along a lonely trail his horse stumbled and threw at night. the Southern market. In the fall of She took Mayr'3 Wonderful Remedy him on his head. For weeks he wns year they would buy up hogs in lots of Just a few doses and found herself in a hospital with brain fever. When he Anally emerged he suffered from 400 and 500 and start for North Caro restored. una. When they left Garrard county In fact, Mrs. Duke's recovery was partial aphasia. His mind for mouths these hogs would weigh from 100 to 150 so rapid she was afraid that It could was a blank. It was n long time beforo Trangc So she waited pounds. The trip to South Carolina be only temporary. Then, ashamed to from September, when she took the fully recovered. many weeks to complete. On the remedy require until the following February write home, ho plunged farther Into way, these shippers would buy corn of to pass Judgment. Then she wrote: tho west Ho took up mining In Califarmers to feed their hogs. When they "I write you in regard to your won- fornia and prospered. reached the Southern market, about derful stomach remcdr that I took Within the past few years his ac Christmas, the hogs would be in high last September. I feel better than I tivities havo centered about Los An have in Ave years. gcles, where he made a fortune. Still flesh and hard as nails and conseqently 'My weight was 12714 rjounds: now he delayed writing to his family. He in splennid condition to kill. They would It Is 147H. and I can eat anything I believed his wife nnd children dead, sell them at market prices, which, in want. 1 sleep well at night I would Then came a longing to know. He those days ranged from 2 to 5 cents. have written before, but I wanted to decided to go east Because of this long journey south, see how I got along." Prange arrived In New York. 80 Mayrt Wonderful Remedy rives ner-- sure was ho that bis family was dead these Kentucky shippers had to practice rigorous selection of their animals. manent results for stomach, liver and that he went nt once to the family They had to secure animals especially intestinal ailments. Eat as much and burying plot In tho Hackensack (N. J.l whatever you like. No more strong in their feet and back in order after eating, pressure of gas distress cemetery. No new graves were there. In the Ho then visited a . Wil to stand the long drive south. fctomacn and around the heart Get one liam Huyler, In New York and from r These shippers found the red hogs, bottle of your druggist now and try It him learned that his wife and children have After the Incubator eblc-kwhich later became known as Red on an absolute guarantee If not satis were still In Stamford. thoroughly dried out they should The daughter Berkshires, admirably adapted for this factory money will be returned. be removed to the brooder, if the is Mrs. Henry J. FUck, wife of n phosilo without Make no deal for weather la cold the brooder should For sale by R. E. McRoberts and all tographer there. She now has n d.iugti purpose. The "red hogs" were good getting our figures and fixtures. We be at a temperature but a. Uttle betcr as old as was Prance's daughter "drivers". They were good on their other reliable druggists. low that of the Incubator, wny about more and better anchorage, ?ire 100 dearees. when he went awny. Tho son After the nm week Dr. doer frame. feet and could btand the long drive and the heat may be gradually reduced, (our. latch door. Steel step ladder, Charles Prange, a prosperous dentist. at the same time steadily put on flesh. nbout 10 degree, a week. He sure Tho wife, son nnd daughter were step every 18 inches. Better comparaPREACHERS VILLE These hogs were hardy, and vigorous, that the brooder about 90 Uesrees tive construction throughout communicated with, and all three huron cold nights. The picture allows good in their backs and were the kind to a ried to New York. Prange met them, chicks belna transferred Miss Delia Lawrence visited Miss that would rustle for themselves. brooder. Get Our Prices and the reunited family went to StamWhen railroads were built in Kentuc- Ruby Parrish. ford. Before You Buy ky and hogs were no longer driven to Prange Is sixty-nin- e years old. and In the center so ns to reit on the floor. Mr. Leslie Melyin has returned to and fi. Our AlttA rripmnt of his hair Is white. Ho proposes to dls- - Under this burlap tho chicken love the market, these red hogs were used Parker City. Ind. ' pose of all his turot and matter aoUtn aaJ operating Interests In California to crawl. a great deal by the farmers and cattle tponaa ratan moro ado for Wo monc y thaa Mr. Jesse Lawrence was able to be and will spend tho any ado company can arro yow. remainder of bis During tho day ono Jug or can of hot feeders. They were especially good to at church Sunday. days In Stamford, which ho left so water Is kept under each brooder to follow cattle because of their ability to .tat avoow it Mis3 Ila Pettus is at home from long ago. encourago the chicks to enter when get about and hustle for themselves. with figmrw Springfield for a few days. tired. At night enough nre used in They have been very popular in Central Master W. II. Cummins has been tLtUIHIUITT FROM THE AIR. case the weather Is cool mo that they Kentucky and when once Uied by a man ran all get near the heat If there Is quite sick but is better now. were ever alter kept by his family and Kansas Man Gets It, but What I He a tendency toward piling up It IndiKENTUCKY SILO CO. Mr. Wm. Aker was a recent guest of .descendants. Going to Do With It? cates that there Is not sutHcleut heat W. P. Kincaid. Mgr. No bunch of men ever organized to Mr. nnd Mrs. S. D. Carpenter. warm the chicks When sufficiently For two years Harry Pcrrlgo of Kanpush this breed and put them before Mr. Owen Duvall, who has been so sas City, Mo., has been striving to spread out evenly nbout the brooder. Stanford, Ky. draw electricity out ot tho nlr. Ho can Tho burlap whllo retaining the- heat the public until 1913 and this account ill of heart failure, is some better. pot Ihn onminl, nil 4r,tit Tim tmnl.l- - yet admits fresh nlr. for the hog not being more commonly Mrs. D. M. Anderson spent Sunday )s (hat ue cnn.t u).0 caro o tll0 .known. with her daughter, Mrs. Burch Hester, after ho cots It BEETS FOR POULTRY. WHERE THEY GOT THEIR NAME Tho other day the Inventor wns Mrs. George Severance traded a piano Cheerfulness Above Levity. In the early days this breed was to Mrs. M. F. Lawrenco for a cow and knocked unconscious twice by the Mangels Especially Valuable as Sucstrong current nnd both times n pul moIlctwecu levity and cheerfulness culent Feed For Hens. known as "red hogs", being easy to calf. mind tor bronght him to. Later ho took the For strong egg prnductlon plenty of thcro Is a wldo distinction; tho Is distinguish from other hogs, because Rev. A. J. Cere of Lancaster, preach count again. Hut Dr. James I. Tyree open to tho former fre succulence In poultry feed N required, that Is most they were the only red breed hogs in ed two fine sermons ut the Baptist . nn i,n,i il tli m.lmnfnr .mn says tho Farm Journal. Ily succulence quently a stranger to tho latter. Umty that country at that time. church. nnd In an hour Perrlco wns nt work It inunut n food material which con- may bo tho offspring of folly or vlco; In one county they were called Sliver Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Mahanof Lancas- - "Rain tains the original vegetable Jnlees of cheerfulness Is tho natural offspring ot Creek ,Reds, Silver Creek being the ier, visited Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress. ' I errlgo s device, resembles a wireless tho plant as It grew for rxiunplv, wisdom and virtue, lllalr. tower connected with n mysterious name of a stream running thru that Sunday. lettuce, uprouted oati, mangel bread box and numerous wires. He beets, etc. Succulence, at licrodeUueil.! section. Later they began calling the Mr. Smith Protests. Mr F. F. Cummins bought a horse says his machine already has furnishhogs Red Berkshire because the type has two dellnltc purifies to perform In "Looky beret"1 snarled Grout P. cow for ?I0 nt Wm. ed enough power to light an eight the ration It nets us a tonic, iucreni. for $100 and was somewhat similar to the black Smith, addressing tho village bora. Gutmans sale. room bouse. Ing the food couMimptlon by having n Berkshires at that time. Since then "Why tho deu co do you keep saying, detlnltu effect uikiii the pal.itablllty of 'You know,' when you nro talking to Messrs Kdmiston and Burgin.ot Crab the black Berkshire type has changed tho ration; where plenty of green food FINDS HEIR TO $400,000. mo? Dad burn It, of course I know! considerably and now the Red Berkshire Orchard, wero here Sunday to hear Li given the birds rellnh the fxl bet-- , In addition to what I wilfully and mashow un entirely dilferent tvpe from Rev. A. J. Clere. j ter and digest more. know on my own hook, I that of the modern Berkshire. The Judge Fisher Herring will go Lexing- Son of Oil Man Locattd After Search Mnngcl beets huve peculiar udvan- - liciously of Nine Ysars. tnges ns succulent carriers. They nro know thousands of things not worth name Red Berkshire is misleading be- ton this week to see the play, "The knowing, that people havo Insisted on Keith Edwin Dalrymplc, twenty-flv- e very succulent, containing approxicause the two breeds are not at all sim- Birth of a Nation." years old, who has been sought for mately from 70 to 75 per cent of wuter. lulling mo!" Kansas City Star. I). M. Anderson is at Williams ilar. The Red Berkshire men claim Mr. nlno years as heir to about $100,000 Mangels arc generally fed by cutting that the breed has been kept pure for burg to visit his daughters. Misses left by his father, a Pennsylvania oil In half lengthwise. The halves can Quiet Joys. verimany years and this statement is Grace and Carrie, who are in school. operator, was tuken to Charles City, then be nailed to tbo wall (the cut side The Joys Hint urn bought with money fied by the remarkable prepotency of Mr. Jumes Miller, of the Horton la., from tbo south by Dr. 0. II, out) with twenty penny spikes about a are worth nothing compared with the the hogs when crossed with other breeds. place, tells us that he is nearly 48 years Palmer. foot from tbo floor. Jloys that thourh sweet and gentle and Dalrymplc Is a nephew of Mrs. PalmNow about the tyre. The Red Berk- old and has never caught a fish with Mangel beets are essentially a winter er and wheu a small boy made bis feed and should be fed In such an unassuming, uro yet deep, enduring shire type is more similar to that of hook and line. homo with tho Palmers, but later ran amount that tho poultry will clean and quieting; tho joys that enlarge tho the Hampshire than that of any other heart instead ot diminishing It, and Mr. James Miller, of the Horton place away. them up each day. If greater qutntl breed. The color is red, varying from will begin his duties as superintendent "Tbo boy was located In a southern ties are given there will bo waste. which we too often puss by somea deep cherry to a light yellow. White of those peasants of the Sunday school at the Baptist hospital In February," Dr. Palmer suld. Bouio poultrymeti grlud tho beets In a what In the manner feet and white spots on forehead are church April the second. "He was In need of attention, and I vegetable cutter and feed them In an whom one cces in an ecstasy over the fireworks at soma fete, and who pay common. The head is medium length, weut to his relief nnd brought blin to There will be a Missionary meeting our borne, where ho will bo cared for iipen wooden trough. This method ad- not the smallest attention to the splensomewhat narrow, medium width be ults of tho blrdt eating the entire beet; dor of a summer night. Sabatler. tween eyes, face straight, even und at the Baptist church on Friday March and where he will make hU future tut, on tbo other hrud. It requires labor. regular. The hogs are very light in 31. Rev. K. B. F.nglUh and other in- home." the jowl. The ears are of medium teresting speakers will be present. An length and thin, inclined outward and all day meeting. RECIPE rOR GRAY HAIR. Mr. Ira J. Holtzclaw and wife, of ;To halt pint of water add 1 ox. Day upward. Sigi of Good Digestion. Rum, a small box of liarbo Compound, The Red Berkshires are very smooth' Lancaster, and little Miss Nancy Elizaand U os. ot glycerine. Apply to the hair symmetrical, with god strong backs beth Thompson, of near Danville, moWhen you see a cheerful and happy twice a. ween UMlil ll uevumv 1110 gwiiw s put ferSOn SCnOOl LaW. shads. Any druggist can very this up or and feet and exceptional hams. They tored hero last Sunday and were guests old lady you may know that she has you can mix u ai noma ai nine cost. are fairly wide and deep, nearly always of Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Cummins. good digestion If your digesti.it Is Full directions for making and use come la each box of Ilarbo Compound. It will carrying their width well from end to Mr. Fred Dyehouse and family have Impaired or If you do not relish your UOMILfTi; TWO tKAUCit lUii,rtu. gradually darken atreaked. faded gray II. II h .m nv batik 1. 3. KijCi end. The Individuals of the breed are moved to Lancaster. As they are good meals take a dose of Chamberlain's hair, and removes dandruff. It la excelot... Jn a. PrtnaFH fof bartlil exceptionally uniform. citizens we hate to give them up, but Tablets. They strengthen the stomach, alltat. lent for falling hair and will make harsh m libfaf aft, men nejiu ji'ircasj, hair soft and slossy. It will not color the :! jiaraljta.rwrUl Meat)" AH breeds can be criticised. The Red hope they will do well In their new improve the digestion and cause a DtUuaLgiltr seals, la not sticky or greasy, and does not iw"t Berkshires are no exception to this rule. home. They will live on the farm of genttement movement of the bowels. TbuUhaltfUaltr Aertf!-- IJI'aW is DJiOTf TENXEBAKE Sc. I would criticise the breed for their Mr. and Mrs. Fisher Herring, Obtainable everywhere. WALL pr-to- e 11 ! m$mm one-hal- Office at Kainey'g Livery Stable. . Lnncn.Mcr. Materials Used In the Coke-N- ine Kentucky cups flour, sifted; four cups sugar, cups but granulated; 2 and ter, uncolored, unsslted; three cups milk, skimmed; teaspoon each violet and vnnllla extract; one teaspoon rose water; three drops lemon extract: fifteen egg whites; nine level teaspoons Calumet Unking Powder. Quantities li. IV. Morroic, (trail imle Optician (llaiies rmt. Ssiufaciiou (lusianieed. above arc two nnd times amount required for usual family site. Prpartion Assemble all materials before beginning the mixing. Prepare pan eighteen Inches In diameter by placing noto paper on th Fine Cut Flowers. bottom to just reach the sides. Grease the sides one inch up nnd any iortion of tho bottom not covered by the paper, John M. Do not grease tho paper. Sift tho flour once before measuring. Measuring into the sifter, ndd the baking powder and sift five times. Cream the butter, add sugar gradually, and cream until whita Whip the egg whites with and fluiry. a large egg whip until the dish csn be inverted. Whip the egg whites lightly Paint Liok, Kontucky. into creamed butter nnd sugar. Pour In the milk, sift in the tlour, nnd beat Casey, D. V. until terfectlv smooth. Add the flavor ing. Place In a warm oven, tempera ture about 220 Falir. Hake at low point Veterinary of heat, and allow to rise ns high as it will before browning over the top. Grmliintf Cincinnati Veterinary Time for this large rake was two hours. College. Meringue Icing- - Materials for syrup; Four and cun granulated su Office at W. II. Ilurtcn's Sale Stable. Night Phone I'll. gar, one and cups water. Ma terials lor meringue; bix egg whites, six tabtesioona granulated sugar, one f and teasoona Calumet llaking Powder. Materials for finiih; Three egg whites, six drops rose water, tjuan FUNERAL DIRECTOR f titles above are two and times amount required for usual family size. Oilier Over National Hank. Preparation Make avrup that will Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 crack when dropped in Icewater. Whip LANCASTER, KY. the six egg whites until stitT. Add the six tablespoons sugar and whip. Then Whip in whip in the baking powder. For All Kinds of the syrup until all taken up and it will hold its shape when lifted up on the egg whip. Then whip in the three ROUGH extra unbeaten egg whites and rose water. If weather is damp it may be sec well for the amateur to add llrst shout f of the egg white, whipping up G. lightly, later adding balance. Weeklies. Through tho cw tesy of tho Calumet (taking Powder Co., we nre enabled to pest iilong tho recipe used by Mrs. Mnrinn Cole Fisher and Miss Pansy Ilowen In the preparation of the famous Wilson Unit Wedding Cskr, which has nltrncted so much attention throughout the country through the Movie News Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. 41 .. h one-ha- lf one-ha- heart-shape- Honaker Dentist. McRobertt. H J. PATRICK, John 1. 1. Surgeon. one-ha- one-hal- one-hal- J. A. Beazlev one-hal- LUMBER, C. COX. Manse,Ky Office Hours H Phone 229. to 12 a. m. lto4-7to9- p, m COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. CAltltAKI) C1HCU1T COUItT. M. K. Denny anil W.A. Wheeler brother-in-law- More Silo Steel-hinge- Doctor. Of Deaial Swgtrj. Onlce: Less Money stormri Rnlldlusetei lion A lader ob'i nrniinie sioiej LANCASTER. KENTUCKY." Jas. F. Mosier'a 1 widow and tin. Plffg. VS. Jas F. Mosier's hrs and creditors Dcftg Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the March term 1916 of the Carrard Circuit Court the undersigned Commis sioner will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder before the Court House door In Lancaster. Ky. at 11 o'clock A. M. or thereabouts on MONDAY. MARCH TREES Tres H.F.Hillcnmcycr Kth. 1910 m J I e, 11 Jaf m it being the first day of the March term of the (JarrarU County Court tho real estate mentioned in the nleadiiiira and described in the judgment as follows:- - Everything for Orchard. Lawn and In Oarrard County Ky on the waters Garden. of Kennedy's Fork of White Lick creek and bounded ui follows: Heginning at a Write for free Culologne. No Agts point in the center of Fall Lick dirt road and corner to Sam Davis; thence & Sons. with said road S 17 W 4.11 chains; thence leaving said road and a new lino Lexington, Kentucky. N Si W 1U.12 chains to astakein a wire fence; thence with said fence S I'H W j l'Jlfi is U. 2.01 chains to a stake, S 17, W 10 chains to a fence post; thence N 61 W, over a hill and across u branch, lU&lchaina to a small elm, S 41) W J.KI chains. N .17, W "tj.tiT, chains to a stake In line' to It. F. Parsons thence with said Parsons N &f J undersigned hereby give warnEC.lt chains to a stake, corner to Sam I The Davis; thence with said Duvis S 72 K ing to all persons not to trespass upon 20.75 chains to a stake. S CI, K 5.07 our lands for any purpose whatever as n chains. S 'M K 8 chains to the beginning .... .;n .it tr i , containing w acres. host extent of - taw, Hunters and. The undersigned Commissioner will Fishermen especially take notice. sell said CO acres of land or so much R. L. Elkin thereof us may be necessary to realize Ed & N II Price Mrs. Rebecca J. West. the sum hereinafter stated, and If snid W. It. Cook. Ml acres does not realize ut said sale a II. C. Arnold. James G. Conn, sulllclent amount to realize said sum, J. C. Morgan, J. P. Hiatal. he will sell a sufficient number of acres Long Ilros J. II. and W. S. Weaver olf of the M osier farm and adjoining V. T. West. said 50 acres, which is a part of tho J. llootli Sutton. Mosler farm of 1G2.BS acres. In order W. L Lawaon nnd son. Howard King, that tho amount of land sold will rea- Miss Carrie lloulden, J. II. Rigsby. lize said sum. John Richardson, Said land to be sold Is a part of a tract J. C. Rigsby. J. 1). Woods. of 1C2.R8 rcrea of land conveyed to Jas. A. C. Miles. F. Mosler by J. D. Nave by deed dated J. II, Thompson, Jno. M, l'arra. 1910 and recorded December lUlh In II. 1.. Kelly. David Steven. Deed llnnk No. 20, page 459, Garrard S. C. Rigsby. Prank Thompson. County Clerks office. J. II. Thompson. The amount to be realized by said I). M, Anderson. Am and Ed Ilourno. sale la the sum of eight hundred and Davis Sutton Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar fifty dollars, 1850., with G per cent thereon from January 1st 191(1, We will add other names for 25 cents until paid nnd the probable costs of cash. this action amount to SIM), the total sum to bo realized being one thousand dollars and the Interest as above cited. TERMS. Said sale will be made on a credit of six and twelve months and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds Are You Woman? the with approved security, purchase nrice due In six months and one half in twelve months from date of sale and said bonds bearing Interest at the rate of II per cent per annum from date of sale until paid having the force and effect of a judgement upon which execution may Issue If not paid at ma turity. Said bonds will he made payable to W, II. Drown as Master Com. mlssloner of the Garrard Circuit Court and a Hen will bo reserved upon the land sold to secure the payment of said The Tonic Fruitand Shade Strawberry Plants, Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies 'POSTED 1 t- ft one-ha- lt a T Cardui NWflSTS I r, 1 bonds. Possession of the land will be given to the nurchaser at the data of sale upon compliance with the terms of the ale. W. II. DROWN, M. C. O C. C. G. D. Swlnebroad, Atty. Womtn's FN SALE AT ALL T7T . lit-j'rrSli- f rf. .W The Central Record, Thursday Men 23 1916. A Page 7 Smith Lung Tonic. Relief For Lung Troubles, Coughs, Colds, Hoarsness, Whooping Cough DAIRY and CREAMERY SPRING DAIRY LIVE STOCSi HUSBANDRY UTILIZING FARM PROBLEMS. WASTE. Bronchial Soreness Affection. and Lung Contnlns no Done nor Tnr or Crcnsotc. Prepared with care by Dr. T. B.. Smith the originator of Smith Agricultural Liniment, 48 years test has proven the best. Sold at Stormes' Drug Store, Lancaster. Head wlmt othirs (iy about tlm Tonic Kvllef 1911. Mr. Kill" Holmes, of McKlnncyspurg. Ky,. who six years t the tubercular hospital in Cincinnati fourtnonths, KO had hem nml was Kvcn t understand ho could not live, come to his homo nt McKinnejshurc ileionilrnt and out of hope. cxpecthiK nothing hut to dir. Mr. Orie McKinney persuaded him to Ret one gallon of Smith's Lung Tonic. Six months thereafter ho was well and his hrother says todsy that ho hss never hern trouhlcd with his lungs since. Numerous ernes have hern cured in this county with like Knlirouth, Ky.. Sept. 7th, Cows Netd Especial Car as Wsrmer Weather Approaches. livery season linn lis iH-- i tillnr dairy probli'ius, mid If we lire wise we will take these up m we cuine In tlicm pcrlotisly and not try In run nil operations which have to do with our cows In tho same mold, write l I Vincent In the Inwn Hoim-stcmlTor example, the row needs differ ent feed and earn ns we Ret uloiitf toward spring than she doe when she first runic Into the stable In tho full of the year. To be nt her host nml to ifci her liest through the munoii n cow should pi In pasture In good Itifth nml Willi rigor unimpaired by tlm long eon lluemcnt of the winter. We lime learned that eareful cnxiui hit; Is ii ery pri nt aid In ktrentlien Imk tho eow mid hrlptliK her t lay 11:1 flesh, It I the time nf Hie jenr when the hnlr lintiirnlly fnlls "(T. Ah It (mcii If we do not take Homo liiih. i Mara LIva Stock Would Da Fd and ths Soil Thereby Cnrichtd. . (rrepareil by Unite it Stairs ileiKiMment of I azrlculturo.1 Tho crnln farmer In tho corn belt should keep more llru stock than Is customary nt tho present time, sny n new bulletin of the United Slates department of ngrlculture, written by Carl Vroomnn. the nsslstniit secretary. In order to aiiSBest wnjs hi which the fanner ran turn to practical ndrnntage moro of Die scientific Information accumulated by tho department and the Prince Albert will show you the real road to smoke-joy- ! V Iff 4 Wiyj 3m JtV &M K.J. kejrnvMiTuh.coiCo. rnTrtrMtmi7 mits men to smoke all they want without getting a sore tongue, without any comeback but real tobacco enjoyment ! The patented process by which Prince Albert is made (and controlled exclusively by us) fixes that and cur's out bite and parch I wns create PRINCE ALBERT never made to before tobacco where it existed It perI 1111111 results. 3i x Jacob SchulzCompany !ncororatftl. M by na-tuVhlt Hi Ayrnhlro iiilaptrtl in tlie jiroluctlon of milk to bit umiI on tho tnM ntul for f 101 In It original form. MIU he In no iiiertn butter cow, tier milk 1'rliuT rich In butter fat, but tin the cretmi tlra uton ly It U inU h mora profitable to uva n for with n frimntor tho crcJni In us readily ritrtictnl from Avmhlrv milk from any oilier, Hml there fa no noticeable tlifTerrm-In the churnablllty of Ayr hi re crenm fmm thai of any of the butter breiils. Ilie bull thovrn berewltlt U an Ay rli Ire binge Albert the national joy smcke AiinimrxN Fine Cut Flowers For All Occasions. i'honcs 13 inocs hull. comes right to your taste fair and square ! And it will do for you what it has done for thousands of men make pipe or cigarette smoking the cheerful-eof your pleasures I st -- or 811. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention ' state agricultural college. It Is a well established fact, says thl bulletin, that where live stock I kept and the inn nure returned to the land tho crop covering u series of jeara show a de cided Increase. The problem Wm. F. Miller; Agt. Lancaster. FOR BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING COUGH, GR9UP,jC0jiGHS AKO COLDS Make the Dcst Remedy nt Home U m Prinet Albert h to be had vryvherm tobacco U told in toppy rrd bait. Act tidy red tint, 10cf bandtam pound and halt' pound tin humidor a clotty 'and' in thathumidor pound crystat-sta- t uith pongmnoittmncr top that brrps the tohatco in tucb ttnm What we tell you about Prince Albert is a fact that will prove out to your satisfaction just as quickly as you lay in a stock and fire-u- p 1 128 Tcaspoonsful for 50 cents. it. Arrm nnviini. Tlili "Buy a bottle of this rem- and try It tor lironcntus, vtnooping ugh, Sievcie Lough, Croup or any A (4.'kttvt ilim ..III return mney iu"l the same as wo do with Asthmndor, if it liiH .aan's ... if .. I .1 .... -; V3 I. H Kl e SJI1.I.U.IIUU, ill II iii'i ,wMt remedy ever used for any of e -- so comn.iints." Why not take atl- and try tills intigo of t'.is I evrryl ing wis sold In as liberal and , KM li.tittf n.iiiipft rinl. . inn..r nm u llini! bchlflmann's New Con- hu lirntcci r.xieciijraiii. o lor cmr.aint or dissatisfaction ailtlw a, i.gists say bt titan lr.:,,rtg another purely on the r fin in irnpin in iisiiintjiii.ii. Hum OmCUIintf WJIUIICSil UIIU nufllllh In buying this remedy, besides sccur-In- fl an absolute guarantee of its efficiency from these druggists, you also get about eight times as much medicine as you would in buying moil any oi tnc nia kinds, which nverfashioned, rendv-mad- e ago I trim 20 to 32 tcaspoonsful, because OOc worth makes a whole pint (128 when mixed at home with simply one pint of sugar and om-ha- lf pint of water. This remedy positively does not contain chloroform, opium, morphine or any other narcotic. 1 1 is pleasant to take and children arc fond of it. You will bo the ole judge, and under tins (xisitive guarantee absolutely no risk is run in buy Ing this remedy. DruSRists everywhere arc authorized to sell it under the same famous Asth-madguarantee as Schiftniann of "Money Hack" if not iwrfectly satisfactory. If. J.Schiffmann, Proprietor, Saint J'aul. Minn. Guaranteed hero by C. C. & J. K. Stormes, Lancaster, Ky, THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Cupffal A. It $50,000. J. R STOIt-MKS- Surplus $30,000. Vice Pres't, S. C, DENNY, Cashier. r. J. I GlIX, JENNY. President It. T, jMUKf, Ais't Cashier. Safety Oeposit WE Boxes For Rent. with her tongue and against every bar ixiht she comes lo to free herself from dust and hair that need to come off. Any man who ha watched hi cows at all knows how uncomfortable they appear at thl season of the year. And. wore than tho bodily comfort, she does not get the good out of her food that she would were her system In good working order. Another good thing for tho dairy In the spring of the year 1 regulnr ezer- else lu the ocii air. There will be days when tho wind will bo chill and raw, but them are no days when It doe not do a cow gnml lo get out and cxerche Mime. Kxerclso hct the blond (o tingling and freshen up tho breath ing apparatus. It send the cow In fecllus good nml ready for her meal Wo ought not to expose nur herd un til they ure chilled, for that would defeat the purpo-- e we have lu providing the dally outing, but some chance to stretch the limb and breathe the pure nlr certainly I n great help In tho dnlry ing; (Hire of tho skin Im'Iiir stopped up and the IhiImjiis which sliould be elliiilnnteil that way are turned back Into the Hystem, more or less debility nml direct ly affectliiK thu etllclency of the mil ma I. It may seem nt first thought that It would make no difference with a cow's flesh If she were not brushed mid cur ried down regularly. I low- - can It make a cow fat or thin to Krixun her or not lo groom her? lty repented experiments wo hare kcttlcd It for ourselves that the cow which Is not cared for In Ihl way will actually grow thin on the same feed which will make another cow which Is welt attended to In this , rcsin-ctlay on llinh. The reason for this I not fur to seek. Tho cow which Is not groomed Is not comfortable. Hhe Is nil the time work- to remine It the lKly become rloKCeil with Impurltle. the SOLICIT YOUIt I1USINESS. J. E. Ssmuat I), Cochran. Alex It. Denny. J. II. Posey. Stormes. S. C. Denny. J. U Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. afiTrvawsitnii1 grxiwranitu i economy. And then a Juicy and lnxathe ficd ns possible sliould bo furnished lu due measure. It 1 especially essential that thu bowels Is) kept open. This would argue that wo should watch the dropping behind the cow to seo If they be hard and packed or wift and easily voided. These things nil cull for I ho expendltiiro of senile time, hut It U lime well expended. Only Good Cream Makes Good D utter. Tho bullermaker ut the creiimery H usually thought of us tho man responsible for thu iiuallty of the butter Tho facts are, however, lh.it tho responsibility lie with thu pro ducer of tho cream. The making of n caruftil creamery patron out of tho ay. erago farmer I one of llio big inten tion that confront tho creamery Man. Tho price at which butter polls depend upon Its iimllty, and I hi iiuallty de pends almost entirely upon tho cleanliness nud iiuallty of tho cream when It reaches the butlermaker. The iiwt skillful bulterimiker cannot make good butter out of poor cream. Cow Testing Associations. Wisconsin now- - boasts of having more cow tcitlug associations than any other state lu the Union. She has forty live associations that havo n total membership of over l.'JUO dairymen nud 3,000 cows. Thu highest average production for any association Is held by Hhcboy. pan county, with 8,27!) pound milk mil 208 (Kiuuds fat per cow-- , Hoard's W. 8. Funeral Lancaster, Ollico Phone 18. RIGHEY Embalmer. Kentucky. Residence Phone 33. Director and Draw A Check for tho money you owe nntl note liow much more res- pectfully your creditors relike to do business with a man who has nu account at the Dairyman. tard you. They of keeping live stock with prollt therefore lieeomes largely a matter of making use of stuff that Is wasted on tho nvcrage farm. Most of the growth of livestock must be made on roughage aud cheap pasture, and ''Lyij,J-rt?'rC:tho grain fed must be reduced to tho lowest Hvwblo point. Cornstalks, -- Cislba-New when ioslbIe, must be fed a ullage or a fodder, and btrnw must lie saved IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS- nud feil or used a licddlngnud fertiliz er Instead of belnir allowed to rot In tho stack. In addition valuable pasturago can bo secured from clover, fall sown rye, rape or soy bean sown In ON SALE DAILY TO ALL tt ESQ (ITS OF THE SOUTH. LONG RETURN LIMIT. G7GP 0VE3S. the com or on stubblo land, lty utiliz rcn rut.t. iHronn ation, apfly to nearest ticket accnt on vrsrre ing forage crops and pasture lu thl -H. C. KINC, Passcnscr and Tickat Agent, 13! East Main Stroot, LeUatcn. Ky. way In tho wanner mouth and feed ing silage and straw-- In winter a small W. A. BECKXEn. Ccncral Pasecncer Ajont, Cincinnati. Chio er amount of grain will bo needed, nnd what Is fed will Im far more eiHcleut lu the ration. Ono method of producing n great amount of extra feed with very little labor 1 to sow- - dwarf llsscx rupo In corn before the last cultivation. The The Southern Railway is the direct rupe can bo sowed broadcast very line to Asheville, Aiken.Augusta.Char-lestoquickly, and once It has been grown Columbia, Savannah, Summer-vill- c tho hog will do the rest tin one Iowa farm $30 worth of nilo seed were and other southern resorts. sown In this way on sixty acres of Travel there on the "St. Louis Special"' equipped with corn and on forty acre of oat stubble. electric lighted steel coaches, through drawing room corn had been husked 100 After tho sleeping cars to Jacksonville and new dining cav serhead of yearling steers were turned vice to Asheville, and from Asheville to Jacksonville. Into the 100 acres and kept for seventy days. In addition to the cornstalks The trip via Asheville is through "The Land of the and rape In the field they received a Sky ", the only scenic route to Florida. Very lotv s' dally ration of eight pounds of com fares and winter tourists' fares now in effect; two pounds of cottonseed meal nnd bewith stopovers and other special features. tween three and four pouuds of oat A -Get full Information and fares from the '( straw. Deducting the cost of the com Local Southern Agent, or write to and meal, there was a profit of $000 II from tho operation. In nddlllon n large B. H.Todd, District Paisenger Agent.Louuyille, Ky. amount of feed was supplied to the hog that followed tho cattle. Unless other feeds are added to the waste. however, the common custom of turn Ing cattle In to clean up com stalks Is unprofitable. Ily themselves tho corn stalks go to keep the cattle alive, they do not make lccf. Character and Will. Our cliaractcr la our will, for what If all tho wasto on the farm Is to be utilized In some such way as this good we will wo aro. Archbishop fencing Is necessary. It costs ulniut $300 to make the fences on a 100 acre farm "hog nnd sheep tight," but this The Nectar of Autumn. money will provo it prollbtble Invest Very few- - cider barrels over contain incut. With good management fencing enough not to disappoint tho owner. can be made lo pay for Itself III n little Ilaltlmoro Sun. time. On the Iowa farm ulready men Honed nil the fence were hug tight. Dally Thought. Another menus of reducing the cost to lessen the of producing live stock Tboso who bring sunshlno Into tho amount of labor required. 1 or exam lives of others cannot keep It from ple, a great deal of work can bo saved themselves. Harrlo. by feeding oucc a day. It has been demonstrated that there I little or no Optimistic Thought. difference In the results when this It was Itudolph of Hapsburg who done and when the cumo amount of govorn a country food I divided Into two portions. In said: "It Is better to II "Homes and How to Paint Them" lown It has been demonstrated nlso well than to cnlargo Its boundaries." that hogs will gal. faster aud at less Will be very helpful to you and your Painter expense by the like of tho self feeder Height of Meanness. than when hand fed. Thero Is n lot of comfort In not hav Contains beautiful illustrations of attractively ing an umbrella when somebody wants painted homes, shows floor plans, gives specifications Sheep and Waste Grain. to borrow ono. Los Angeles Kxprcsa. now to select the right colors, also information for Sheep can utlllre screening nnd painting- roofs, barn's, buggies, wagons, implements, wasto grain better than can any other Business Based on Credit. refmishing woodwork and floors, decorating walls. class of live stock, says Iho Kansas pass tho The checks This valuable Paint Booklet tells all about tho merits of runner This I a point In sheep feed clearing housowhich London throughNow In and ing that has been largely overlooked York In ono month In normal times ex In it number of state extensive sheep of all tho existing gold ceed the value foodlin: operations have been devel coin in tho world. oped hi connection with the handling and silver of screenings nt largo mill and ele"Tha Kind That Lasts'' Beyond Doubt. vators. Much of this waste material Tho' news dispatches," said Grout could be kept on the farms to advanThis old reliable paint protects and beautifies your property enJ tage and fed to small flocks of sheep. P. Smith, glaring fixedly at Tennyson It is jutt Pure White Lead. Zinc Oside, and enhances its value. Daft, "statu that a poet has Just Cenuine Linteed Oil, in the correct proportions, which make it the bett It would save In hauling, nml the and most economical paint to use. grade been sentenced to the penitentiary grain aotd would be of higher aud therefore bring a better prke. Tho proof that ho was a poet was conThere Is no Held of lire stock Industry clusive." Kansas City Star. There's A Pee Gee Finish for Every Purpose at the present time that offers belter opportunities for good prolD than the Oe Cooled. Rocks Had to handling of sheep. When engineers havo been boring ln Pee Cea for Shingle Roofs, Pea Cee Carriage tunnola through tho Alps they havo and Wagon and Implement Paint, Pee Gee Adamant Floor found rocks Insldo so hot that It has Paint, and other popular Pee Cee Paints and VariiUhea, been necessary to cool them with water beforo the men could conttnuo their work. AbIc Fop Free Color Curdu abapmatwayt! R. 1. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Wuuton.Sdem, N.C Ob tin rrrm tide of till lidy tin 741 will fftl: "Proccw J!y33ik, ! three 1907,"wLicfc hii pipca wktrt one Were. ni rarttd Bimk iaktJ 111111 1 Florida Orleans WINTER TOURIST TICKETS --- n, home-seeker- rff7 . .'' Southern Rm!w :ej This Free 1 Paint Book 1 MYSTIC MiMT Croo-Sta- Garrard Bask & Trust Go. They know he Is doing business In a huntress like way. Uetter open such an account even if your affairs are not large, Thev will grow all right. Phone 43 The Garrard Bank & Trust Company For all Kinds of Job Printing. Gingham Paper Dolls. t dolls of Thero aro soma gingham and paper that children like. The bodies aro traced on checked gingham, and tho colored paper arms. legs and bead aro cut out and pasted on the bodies. cut-ou- R. : E. McRoberts hage 8 The Central Record, Thursday Men 23, 1916. Lancaster Opera. House Monday, March 27th. COURT DAY Admission 25 & 50c There's A Reason. Admission 25 & 50c There's A Reason. Matinee at One P. M. Night 7:30. THE BATTLE CRY OF PEACE I inspired Revelation written by J. STUART BLACKTON. Shows America defenseless. You see the most beautiful sky line in the world, in flames. The Metropolis of the Western Hemisphere Devastated; the Fall of New York; Enemy Approaching; the Defeat of the Meager American Forces, the Landing of the Invaders Our Forts Destroyed, Our Fleet Beaten in Battle. "THE BATTLE CflY OF PEACE" is a call to Arms against War. If you have a drop of red blood in your veins, you will experience in witnessing this production, a thrill such as'you have never known before. It features the distinguished actor, MR. CHARLES RICHMAN. "THE BATTLE CRY OF PEACE" is next largest to "The Birth Of A Nation." Suitable Descriptive Music by a Special Orchestra. Time of Shows: Matinee to 3:30 p.m. NighJ 7:30 to 10 Admission:-Childre- n 25c, Adults 50c. A complete story of the play in book form on sale at McRoberts at 10c. An 1 . 1 Admission 25 & 50c There's A Reason. Reserved Seats On Sale river with, rods' ot rock. Section No. 5. Kirksville pike from Hyattsville to top of West Hill with -rods of rock. Section No. 6 from top of West Hill to Madison County line with rods of rock. Section No. 7. Teatersville and Bradshaw Mill pike from Teatersville to Paint Lick creek with rods of rock. Section No. 8 from Kirksville pike to rods of rock. Nina with District No. 4. Section No. 1. Fair-viechurch to Paint Lick station with rods of rock. Section No. 2. from double on Richmond pike to Cartersville with rods of gravel. Section No. 3. Fall Lick pike from Crab Orchard pike to Elmore's gate rods of rock. with Section No. 4. from Elmore's gate to rods of rock. end of pike with Section Nc. 0. Lowell und Gillispie pike with rods of rock. Section No. C. Paint Lick and White rods of gravel. Lick pike with Section No. 7. Point Leavell and rods of rock. Goocli pike with Section No. 8. Walker Lane pike rods of gravel. with The bids will be on sections but bid der will not be restricted to one section. Said bids shall be sealed and a bond will be required for double the amount of the bid and said bond shall be approved by the fiscal court, und Bald bidder will present with his bid the name of his proposed surety or sureties. The bidding shall be per rod of 225 cubic feet and contractor will be lequired to comply with his contract otherwise his bond will be declared forfeited. All bids must be filed with the County Judge on or before April 3rd 191C. The fiscal court reserves tte right to reject any and all bids. toll-gat- e at McRctats STANFORD Drug1 Store. Admission 25 & 50c There's A Reason. Notice Bids Wanted Bids will be rectived by the fiscal courc of Garrard County Apri 4th, 1910 LEVEL GREEN. for repairing the following; Turnpikes In Garrard Conaly Kentucky Master Carl Smith is yisiting his cousin Auatn M. smith. Mr. J. M. Smith was a visitor of Mr. Sherman Robinson recently Mr. and Mrs. vVill Creech were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Shermon Rob inson Sunday. Mrs. Emered Clark and children were the guests ot Mrs. John Centers Saturday afternoon. Miss Nelson Sowder spent Tuesday night and Wednesday with Misses Anna Mae and Georgia Green. Mrs. J, T, Sowder returned home Thursday and Mrs. John Green accompanied her for a visit to home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Cris Sowder and little son, William, ot Point Leavell, und Mr. Martin Green, of Lancaster spent Sun day with Mrs. Fanny Green. Mrs. Mary Clark and neice. Miss Gracie Smith, Mr. and Mrs. fioo. Davis and .Mr. and Mrs. Ilinum Davis and children spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. for the year ending December 1st 1916. , Quarries will be furnished by the County on sections where the county owns quarries, where none is owned by the county, contractor must furnish ume. Said metal shall be broken sufficiently fine to pass through a two inch ring at its greatest dfameter. Said metal shall be spread by contractor between OCTOBER 15TH AND DECEM-- ! BER 1ST Onless otherwise ordered by county road engineer having charge of work. The breaking, measuring and spreading of said metal shall be under supervision of county road engineer. Said turnpikes are laid off in sections as follows to.wit: District No. 1 Section No. 1. New Danville pike to Dix River with rods of rock. Section No. 3. Sugar Creek pike with rods of rock. Section No. 4. Iiuckeyo pike from Lancaster to McCrcury with rods of rock. Section No. 5. Old Danville pike to Uruce's bridge with rod of rock. Section No. 0. Crab Orchard pike to Gilberts Creek bridge with rods of rock. Section No. 7. from Gilberts Creek bridge to Lincoln County line with tods of rock. Section No. 9. Richmond pike from Lancaster to Hyattsville with rods of rock. Section No, 10. from Hyattsville to Fairview church with rods of rock. District No. 2. Section No. 3. and Sugar Creek pike with rods of rock. Section No. 4. Bryantsvill and Cane Hun pike with rods of rock. Section No. G. lluena Vista and Kentucky river pike with rods of rock. Section No. (!. fromC. K. I'olndexiers shop to I. M. Dunn's gate with rods of rock. DisUict No. 3. Section No. 1. Buck-y- e pike from McCreary to Buckeye rods of rock. Post Office with Section No. 2. liuckeye pike from Buckeye Post Office to Kentucky river with'- - rods of rock. Section No. 3 Poor Itidge pike from Buckeye pike to pleasant Hill school rods of rock. bouse with Section No, 4. Poor Ridge pike) from Pleasant lilll school house to Kentucky It. C. Hoain. SOUTHERN DRUG MAKES MERCHANT UNUSUAL STATEMENT Great Business Losses Due to Neglect Carl Carter, who has been employed in the Post Office hern for stveral COLUMN months left last week for North Caro Judge James P. Bailey Is able to be lina, where he will accept a position out after several days illness. with J. I. Case Company. Illlllllll Mrs. Katherine Lew's, of Louisville, Mrs. Arthur C Hill entertained at space below ihlt heading ! lor the eicla is here the guest'of the Proctor childAuction Bridge on Saturday rftrrnoon ITe u efourtarmtr.abacrlheft. and I. for ren. at her home on Lancaster street. A the .ale ot ttock. iiaiu and .neb. thing on Mrs. Walter Holtzclaw, who has been delightful salad course was served at farm ai lh larm.r cannot aJTonl to adfer ofvr lour lt.e. No llotlre will In- acc.r-l.quite ill for several days is somewhat the conclusion of Die game. line., and will bon!tu two l.ne ot lb improved. The will cf the late Garner Price. troao, f rrv ot charge Mrs. W O. Mcllee. of. Mt. Vernon, who died a few weeks ago was probatis the guest of her mother, Mrs. D. II. ed here recently. Mrs. Mary I'ric. his Fresh Jersey cows for sale. Southard. G. B. Swinebroad. widow was named executrix. The will Mrs. Eliza Iilain is the guest of .her gives his real estate to her during her brother, CapL U. R. Gentry and family life time and directs a sale of tru per-- ( Nelson Marsre sold to John Jewell, of Jessamine, a nice brown horse for sonal property. . at Frankfort. (00. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rauman and child' When to Take Chamberlain's Tabids. ren are the guests of Sir. Henry Krill Four good Hemp brakes for sale. in Louisville. When you feel dull and stupid after W, H. Hamilton. Miss Elizabeth Eldriilgo was the eating. Marksbuiv, Ky. When constipated or bilious, week-enguest of relutives and friends i When you have a sick headache. Go-h- I grade Jersey Cow for sale, ut Paint Lick I When you have n sour stomach. 0. A. Swinebroad, Mr. and Mrs. J. Ii. Paxton attended When you belch ufter eating. Lancaster, Ky. the burial of Mrs. Elizabeth Mason at When you huvu iniligestiun. Lancaster Sunday. When nervous or despondent. 'SJKor Sale Registered Kentucky Red Miss Katherine Anderson left Sunday When vou have no relish for your Berkshire sow and .1 male pigs. for Tennessee, where she will enter a . menN. G. P. Terrill. Photograph School. When your liver is torpid. Mrs. G. A. Ballurd of Paint Lick has Mrs. T. K. Watson was iu Lancaster Obtainable everywhere. eggs for setting, from Rn.glet Barred Tuesday the guest of Mrs. John Farra Rocks, for sale. . and other relatives. Mrs. II. Kirby Iiourne, of Mew For Sale Two year old black Jack. Of Churcnes. Castle, is the guest of her brother, W. Will trade for pair of young mules. C. Shanks und family. Sam Harris, Hubble, Ky. Mrs. L. P. Nunnelley, who bus been DaptisL confined to her bed for several days on F. M. Tinder has a nice three year 9:13 A. M. Bible School. account of illness is come better. old horse, gentle and well broken bo 11 ;00 A. M. Pleaching by the pastor. will sell worth the money. The Young Ladies Sewing Circle met 7:15 P. M. Union meeting. with Miss Emma Hays on Wednesday by Reu. F. M. Tinder. Foil Sai.K-T- wi) fullstock. well broke afternoon. Refreshments wero served Jersey cows with tresh calves. Prices ut the Princess. For Recti, House and 10 acres of corn land. P. T. Brown. For Sale. FARMER'S Illlllllllllllllllllll Pair nice blocky mules. Good workers. Will sell one or both. J. W. Elmore. For Sale or Trade. A Sure Hatch Incubator holds 220 eggs cheap if taken at once." L. B. Raney, Lancaster, Ky., R. F. I). 3. Professor Redd (No. 13901)8) will stand this registered short horn bull at my place iictir Point Leavell, I At $2.00 Gash. This handsome nnimnl is by Polled King. .'17739G. dam My Hri- iiai Kose juj:na. J. W. HILL fl News The Uino. pd. HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. W. A. Doty, County Hoad Engineer. Mrs. T, K. Wutson and Miss Emma Hays were in Lexington this week to see the "Illrth Of A Nation" und liillie Burke in "Peggy". Claiborne Walton left last week for Catlettsburg, where he will accept a position in ttiu wholesale hardware house of A. Minis & Co. Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Perkins, Mrs. J, C. Eubanks, Mr. Howard Newland and Miss Mary Early were in Lexington Drue Tuesday to see "Birth Of A Nation", n, Mrs. Embry Ileazley, of near is here at Dr. Brown'a InShe was acfirmary for treatment. companied to this city by her husband. Have your Horse Jack cards printed at Central Record Office. FARMING IMPLEMENTS BARGAINS; This Agreement Witnessethj That in order to protect the game on our lands for a period of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit nnybody elso to do so, and we and reasonable. further agree to prosecute, with dili The Phono 117-- B Aim. Carrie Davidson gence ull persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass uKn our For Sale Threo sows and pigs, home lands hunting. And raised. Also pair of, four year old wo for the purpose of further agree to act us Deputy AT mules. Fat. Will sell cheap. Game Wardens for the puroso of carSweeney Morgan. MONEY TO LOAN on Farm Lands in amounts of $2,500 and up. W. F. 'CHAMP, Kentucky. W. WITHERS MILLER President ot tbo Company, Richmond, Va., is authority for the following extraordinary statement: "I estimate that the business ucu of this country could Increase their efficiency fully teu per cent by taking an occasional laxutlro and not neglecting the bowels as most of them do." lie also said that If tho Department of Commerce iu Washlugtou would present each business man lit the country with a box of Rcxall Orderlies, It would bo ot great Itcueflt to tho national welfare. Itcxall Orderlies ure prompt In action, pleasant to tuko ami never grille, can to used by men, women or children, and aro Just the thing for toning up slugulsh livers. Polk-MUl- Mrs. J. W, Ireland and little daughLucile, of Bellevue, are here for' some time. Little Miss Ireland was brought here for treatment from Dr. E. J. Brown. Mrs. J. C. Reynolds and little daughter, 'Bernice, have returned home from Maysville, where they have been the gues' a of her parents, Mr. und Mrs, ter, Clover Leaf manure spreader, prac tically brand new. Superior small grain drill, in perfect condition, used only one farm wagon, with season. nev body and hay frame. Double harness for farm wagon team. All from R. II Hughes farm on Lexington pike. Offered for sale, singly or collectively, on easy terms; Negotiable notes to run six or nine months, bearing C per cent interest, or cush. Implements stored at warehouses of Call by Hudson, Hughes and Furnau. phone 26 or drop in their oflice on Crab Orchard street, Lancaster Kv. Two-hors- e si Citizens National Bank. Lancaster, Frank Smith. Mrrshall C. Newland, Circuit Clerk 7n ..nl.ul itn,.ttnt-- rnn TiMnimr. flip (aLIahm. We have the exclusive selling rights for of Lincoln county, who recently bought and lwjilug, Aii your grocer for It. Keii'l this great laxative. lot on Portman avenue, has contract- lKiiii caru lor uooaiot ui nw xbevijua to V. DUFF A B0N8 R. E. McROBERTS & SON. ed with Phillips Bros., to erected a con820 Duquwme Way, lMtaburgb, Pa. THE REXALL STORE crete bungalow. rying out this agreement. Except each away n lot of wood it haul- of us have the right to kill rabbits on ed, when the ground is dry or frozen. our Sarins or permit it to bo done by This wood if Si Miles on Fall Lick pike. another under our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible and 0. W. Estcs. reliable person selec'ed by us. Robt. Fox, of Marksbury. sold 15 This November 16th, 1916. nice 120 K)und shoats to W. L. Lawson It. L. Elkin, J. E. Robinson. for 8J cents and a fat cow for f"cents J no. M. Farm, W. II. Brown, a pound. W. B. Burton, Alex Walker, 11 Bsc Men Bros., T. A. Elkin, V. A. Lear bought a handsomn pair J. II. Dalton, F. M. Tinder, ot thrce.vear-olmare mules of George John II. Smith, Logan Hubble, Rogers of Paint Lick, for which he J. N. Ross, G. M. Deshon, paid $100. Said to be the best young Fisher Herring, II. B. Cox, team in the county. Hughes Bros, J. W, Sweeney, W. M. Mahan, Withers Bros, J, (i. Burnalde sold a handsome Ky, William, Marcus and Jim White. Red gilt to Burnsido and lieaztey, of B. F. Wilmot, J. V. Pope. San Angelo, Tex., for $50, ,.8h. wus Mrs. David Chenault, Fred J. Conn, a beauty. W. It. Cook, J vV. Elmore, Huffman Bros, T. C. Rankin, For Sale. Wm. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton, W. B. Moss Four milk cows, 2 fresh and one to T. M. Arnold, Jr. Jno. M. White. be fresh In a few days, also two sowi it. E. Henry, Bright Herring, A. D. Bradshaw, and pigs and two bows to farrow in It. L. Barker. few days. T. W. Conn. I will give d