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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): March 30, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916033001_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 30, 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 RELIOWh, UNI A RN1HHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT tWKMTT SIXTH TBAR, LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. MARCH 30, 1916. Hand Us That 5 EVANGELIST OF EDUCATION. OPERATION SUCCESSFUL. President Crossfield, of Transylvania t rlends og Mrs. Malcom House will made a most pleasing nnd Impressive be pleased to know that she is recover In Fish at Thco Currcys. address at the school auditorium Friday log nicely from an operation performed Meet mo at the Glee Club Concert afternoon. His address was directed at the Danville hospital last Friday and to the student body and parents urging that her entire recovery Is only a mat- tonight. ' nPAtl.Milflaa. fn. Ufa ! I t.l Kt.a..! , lo. r,t I . .1.. T." ' " Get ycur tickets NOW for the Con- euucniion. ins siauciics proving mat cert at School Auditorium tonight. college education pays were convln-- i in WFlif DIDU Ground Lime for your soil improve-- , cing. lie urged tne students not to be . llu H 1 Iftll satisfied to pass the eighth grade and t Mr. Harry Tomlinson, ment at Garrard Milling Co. ho recently high school but to have the grit and sold his Interest In the firm of Logan, This sure Is a queer old world. Every determination to go thru some college. Anderson and Tomlli.son has purchased one In it is trying to sell something to the Interest of Mr. Alex Doty of the everyone else. firm of Davidson & Doty. GRATEFUL TO The new Dr. Ilntfleld, Dentist, of Danville, is firm whose advertisement appears In now located In Lancaster, office over LANCASTRIANS. this Issue of the Itecord will be ready Garrard Hank. for business April 1st. Success to The ever sympathetic and hospitable them. Ladies Aid Society of the llaptlst Church will serve court day dinner, citizens of Lancaster are thanked by Mrs. Lula Drake, for the many courApril 24th, 191C. SHEEP MONEY HERE tesies shown her in her recent illness. Don't forget what your wife told you Mis. Drakii is now out again but takes Those having claims for sheep killed to get down town, or you may get it this means to let friends know she was by dogs during the year 1916 will be when you get home. not unmindful of their thoughtfulness. paid in full, if they will present them to County Clerk, Joe Hamilton. A real treat tonight at the Auditor It ium. This program is equal to any DR. CASEY GOES Isn't every year that these claims will pay dollar for dollar, but the tax receiv Chautauqua attraction. TO DANVILLE. ed from dog bwners last year amounts Dr. Acton says all premises in Lan fi to about $1,000 and tho total damaged Dr. J. M. Casey, one of the best allowed caster will be inspected the first week H for sheep killed was only $G19. in April, Irrespective of person. veterinary eurgeona in the Staff will Tho balance goes Into the school fund. go to Danville to take up tho practice The Kvv F. II. Hudson the new pas of Dr. H. L. Cnioy who has father. jp tor of the Presbyterian church will not GRAND JURY ADJOURNS gone to Mexico, having volunteered his be in Lancaster until the Ith day of services to the war department. From April. After Reluming Tvicnly Indictments. j the fact he speaks Spnnish he will Curtain rfces promptly at7;4.r tonight. doubtless be assigned n quartermasters Tlie grand-jurfinally adjourned last 1!0 good voices, stringed quartet, buss place. Young Dr. Cfcey has made soloist, comic dialogue:! etc. Come and many friends in Lancaster, both he and Friday after sitting six days nnd rehelp the C. LYs. his wife are popular hero and wo re- turning In all about twenty indictments. In their final report to the court they 51 When March leaves this week no one gret to give them up. compliment the county olficials for the will regret the departure, for the month work they have accomplished in has cold, dreary, fitful, dull, and CELEBRATES SIXTY-FIFTeling the Court House and the spending 31 fraught with disaster and uneasiness. of the peoples money so judiciously. BIRTHDAY. The following report, which is un inThe third grandchild of President teresting one, Wb print in full. Wilson was born Sunday and named On last Sunday March 28th Mrs, Jno. "To the lion. Charles A. Hardin, Eleanor for the first Mrs. Wilson. The Davis passed he Colli milestone. The Judge, Gurrard Circuit Court. Stork and Cupid have both been in day was made memorably by u happy We, the grand jury impaneled by you in the Wilson administration. surprise being given her by her child on the 1st day of the present March Mrs. Davis Term PJ1C, have completed our work, We notice in thb Lexington Leader ren and grand children. where an entertainment was given at was surprised by u birthday dinner and and beg to report that we investigated the Ada Meade for the benefit of Sayrc several nice presents. She is n native all the jail cases and returned indictCollege Infirmary. In the "Living of Garrard, having lived on White Lick ments, and all other irregularities were forty-tw- o years. She is a mother of fully investigated, including the charge Pictures", Miss Klizabeth Ford and fourteen children ond thirly.fourgrand-childremade against Governor A. 0. Stanley, Jimmle Ixiyd posed as Hope and That Mrs. Davis may have that he looked as though he had been many moro happy birthdays is the wish drinking when he pasied Luncuster on Because you live at the edge of town of, Children and Grandchildren. the special train last November, und do not thinK you can kyp hogs after we find that the local minister who Ji) the first of May. Vou'must be out uf made this charge was entirely mistaken the tuwn limits or you will be reported WARNING FROM m his insinuation and our investigation by your neighbors. Some did this last uf the facta show that Gov. Stanley year who call themselves law abiding HEALTH OFFICER. was not drunk and had not been drinkCitizens, Dr. J. M. Acton, the local health of. ing at that time. We read that the roid construction in We beg leave to report that we find fleer, asks us to state he orders all back Daviess county will he done under com. that whiskey has been sold both in the petittve contracts with the supervision yurds cleaned, all barns, hen houses County, and in (i) ai,d vaults cleaned und disinfected at the city of Lancaitcr of tlie fiscal court, whose1 every act once. He asked uj to state that if and Indictments have been returned in shall have the most searching publicity rubbish be placed in barreb and boxes all the cases we have been able to get (!) That is what honest members of the in front of premises they will be hauled evidence to justify indictments. In the court ask and what the public may away. He furthermore states that all city of Lancaster we find that practi (!) reasonably expect, the tax payers have will be inspected the first cany all the Illegal sale or liquor came a right to know just how thtir money premises week in April and asks for the hearty from a few blind tigers and the owners is expended and it should be spent or citizens in cleaning up and operators of these are now in jail, judiciously and in such a way as to in cooperation nnd reporting nuisances of any kind. In the County we find very little liquor good roads thruout the State. sure He asks that all hogs be removed by being sold. The people of llryantsville I!) report that very little Is being sold Tell mo, ye winged winds that around May 1st. there now, and other sections of the my pathway roar, do ye not know some I!) (juiet spot where county is equally free from this condi wives clean house no CONSOLIDATED tion. more; some lone, sequestered dale, We have been investigating violation some island, oceangirt, wtiere lire is BOTTLING WORKS of the lottery Statute, and recommend not one ceaseless war with cobwebs and with dirt; where only nature's carpet The Lancaster Bottling Company to the grand jury for the next term of spreads beneath their tired feet, and with Mr. J. S. Haselden, Proprietor, Court that they continue the investigawretched men are ne'er compelled Its and the Crab Orchard Bottling Works, tion to the end that there may be no emerald folds to beat? The lake breeze Goodwin Bros, proprietors, consolidated violations by operating Blot machines, fanned my heated face and said; "Beat this wecK under the name of the Con punch boards, radios, and all kinds of on? There's no such place." solidated Bottling Works of Lancaster. illegal drawing contests, and should Messrs Walter and Howard Goodwin there be any violations, to promptly in It is one thing for Americans in Mex will have charge of the new plant and dict and put an end to this gambling ico voluntarily to take the link inherwill install the latest improved machin school. ent in a condition in insuirection, and We investigated the County Institu territory formerly to suffer because of those conditions: ery and will cover all coveted by the two plants and in ad tions and found them in reasonably it is quite another to have the peace good condition. The Court and quiet of the American border de dition thereto will cover Jessamine and house is un honor to the County of Garstroyed by an invasion of our territory Fayette counties with a complete line rard rnd the present officials of the Messrs Goodwin by these armed marauders. Not only of bottled drinks. county deserve credit for the woodwork have the American citizens a right to Bros will move to Lancaster shortly. they have dune in s'pending the peoples protection: it is the first duty of tho money so judiciously. American government to see that till VALUABLE SERVICE" Nothing further having come under protection is given in the face of such our observation, we beg to be. finally an Invasion, Respectfully submitted. RENDERED STATE. exalted. W. B. Cook, Foremar. There comes to our notice the last FOR SALE. issue of The Itegister, of Uie State Several pieces of old fashioned furni Historical Society, edited by Mrs. Jen Mrs. Naomi Hamilton. nie C, Morton, at Frankfort. The ture. is Tull of historical data, among The Btstin Telephone Company takes which is the Boone Iiecords containing pleasure CORONER JONES in announcing that they have the Boone genealogy dating from Judge C. A. Arnold male a popular 1CM. Few people In Kentucky know installed a first class Exchange fn Lan caster with a metallic circuit, with two appointment when, he named Mr. Will and appreciate, as they should, the ser Jones to succeed his father as coroner vices rendered the state by Mrs. Mor- wires for each 'phone, tiiereby insuring last Monday. Mr. Jones will fill out ton and her lister in collecting and a much better service than the old grounded wire system. The Company the unexpired teim and we think he preserving the records of distinguished has spent over Six Thousand Dollars will make a good official. men and women who have made Ken- ($0000.) to make this improvement, and tucky famous. But for these untiring, expects to spend more until it makes it RUGS AND VACUUM CLEANER patiiotic and versatile women much one of tho very best systems in the Miss Fannlo Ilishop, who we all know. valuable information would be lost to State of Kentucky. When the present is asking your patronage in an adver- posterity. Kentucky owes them a debt system whs installed at $1.00 pur month there were not more than forty 'phones tisement in this issue. She makes rugs of gratitude it can never repay. connerted through the Exchange, but and also sells a vacuum cleaner to keep now the Company has a connection of the rugs clean after they are made. ROAD HOG" IS more than six hundred 'phones. In the She has samples to show you and will In cost year material has be glad to have )ou call and see them DISAPPEARING. last is increasing everydoubled day. Our taxes and at her residence near the depot. The farmer who used to hold the have greatly increased and the expense center of the road with his wagon of operation Is greater than ever be GOOD ADVICE. heavily loaded with produce, fn short, fore, and It is impossible to operate Say, Mr, Saufley, while you are the "road bog", is rapidly disappearing under the present rate and make exthrowing bricks, how about tho Support fn Kentucky, as any motorist who trav- penses. It is, therefore, necessary of yourself and the Interior Journal to- els the State highways will testify. that the rates on and after the first day wards tho present Democratic adminis The obnoxious automobilo of a few of April, 1910, will be $1.60 for resitration at Frankfort? We have noticed years ago has come to be a luxury and dence 'phones per month and 2.00 per that you have trid with all your power convenience that the Wo de far month for business 'phones. to throw cold water on everything that mer has been quick to appreciate, and sire to jx press our appreciation for past has been done or said by anyone con the very fact that the farmer himself patronage from the public and solicit nected with the present State adminis has become a motorist lias removed the your futuro patronage under the rates tration. Get In line now and be a real last vestige of envy on his part. The announced, which we assure you are good Democrat and quit trying to find trials of the motorist are now the trials reasonable and just and much lower so much fault with your brother editors of tho farmer, and there U a general than the rates (n other towns and coun and the present State administration. tendency to remove all obstacles that ties of the State of Kentucky, Danville Advocate. make legitimate motoring unpleasant. J. It. COIINN. Manager. Clesn upl Paint upl NUMBkR SJ. r MiMiiSljSO m JjgilBrfHJBfrHJBfrV, RUGGIESBUGGIES We are handling a line of High Headquarters For ""."-- -- Plows and Plow Gear. Grade Buggies, something classy and durable. Have one of the best medium price the market. You can't loose if you buy one. We have something mighty in- teresting for you come and see. BUGGIES on See our Vulcan Hill Side Plow. The strongest and best hill side Plow. t Conn Brothers, LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. A complete line of Plow Gear, Collars, Bridles, Back Bands, Trace Chains, Etc. y UP If so call at DC 3E Haselden Lancaster, Bros., Kentucky a ARE YOU HUNGRY? d H Wholesale and Retail Hardware. sirrpajpiniiOTijsfii iailisirDfSiMfir5JiiS! for a nice Lunch, also Everything in Soft Drinks it ji (:) irHIB G DC 3 n. I I THE NEW FIRM OF Davidson & Tomlinson Solicit your During the heat of summer there are a host of appetizing things that we supply ready to cat. No necessity at all for cooking one3tlf, cooking meals. Our canned Goods Department is rlwnys ready to you. Dozens of lines of fish, fllesh & fowl. Cooked Ham, Sliced Beef, Delicacies in biscuits to no end. The freshest Fruits from far and near. In short, there Is KVERY requisite here to enable a housekeeper to prepare appetizing-meal- s easily and quickly. And best of all, the grades that we handle are guaranteed to be pure and wholesome. , Ready To Eat Eatables. I Exclusive Agent for Stones Cakes Silver Slice, Golden Sunbeam, Mephisto, Raisin and Creole Fruits. JITNEY BUNS Received Grocery and Meat business. Satisfied Customers Our Motto. Give us a trial. I I Monday, Thursday and Friday, afternoons. Theo 3C Currey. 3C 3CZ3C 3L BUGGIES. The best and cheapest on the market. All kinds of HARNESS. Perfect Satisfaction. Garrard Milling Co. Salt, Lime, Coal, Sand, Cement, j3 m p" jS g OS 3 C --- Stone, Hay, Oats, Corn, 3 W Eg r- ' -j OLD HICKORY i WAGONS Runs Lighter and Lasts Longest. J Beg-ist- NOTICE. Brick. W S J--J Straw, Mill Feed. We buy and sell these items and solicit your i business. WIRE FENCE. Garrard Milling Company 1C U When put up it stays up. IE DC czdc Stoves and Ranges. They can't be beat for cooking and lasting. HEMP SEED WANTED. Will PLOWS That Satisfy. ' 'Best Roofing, Paints and Oils, pure Linseed not Cotton Seed. broad-minde- ROMANS. Lancaster, Ky. I Hemp Seed, for fall delivery Can furnish Seed for planting. A. M. SHELY Hotel Kengarlan or contract for cultivated B. MARKSBURY. Page 2 The.Ceptral Record, Thursday Mch 30, 1916. Prtrtntt tnd Cares BUICK Pioneer Builders Greater Car Value Lower Price. Despite a lower price we guarantee 1916 Bulcks contain more drop forcings, better upholstery, better tone and finish greater quality throughout than any previous model and they are furnished complete to m2L Kf BOURBON HOG CHOLERA REMEDY tt dfatrort iit?i termi, rrfiiUtfi the towtW, aldi direitlon and camel how to fatten auicklr ITm it in th Iced ana drink and your hot will never hits cholera. Com em? St. a month for rich hof, Don't wait until ther act tick. Iteain atina Tour hot thlt meHirlna sow and keep them free from worms and diaeate. At All bru(iits. BUlIBUn RCNEOT COUTAPlTt ItftUtfloa, CHOLERA, WORMS, COUOII, THUMPS. Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed oowadays. It reflects good taste and 4at once creates a favorable Sold in Lancaster, Kjr., by J. R. Mout, Son & Co. 4 Valveinhand Motor Cars. POULTRY and EGGS POULTRY NOTE8. impression. the smallest detail. Regardless of the car you buy, or the price you pay, nowhere can you get better value. A cement floor Is very satlsfoc- tory for a brooder home, as It Is rat mid inlco proof nnd can tie kept In a Tery snnltnry condl-- 4 Suppose you come and see the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. V- V7i ij tlon. All new stock should bo qunr- lo- nntlneil several days MONEY IN DUCK RAISING. lug Introduced to tho flock. fowls do not possess tho senso Whsn Proptrly Card For Quicks R. of smell. They have nostrils, but turn a Good Profit. no nones. It Is up to tho keelcr Duck raising on tho farm can tc to detect n foul or uiiheiilthful banmade very profitable If rightly 4 odor. of duck died. Thcro are two branches What tho market calls n prime culture meat mid eggs. 4 broiler tins n good plump breast, The former tins not Isen given the 4 broad back, clean yellow legs, nttentlou It Justltlcs. for duck enn yellow skin and small comb. bo raised moru cheaply thnn ntiy other A duck's food must not ! too 4-fowl. highly concentrated for Is-s- t re- Ducks nro very easy to raise, ns they 4-suits. Itntn nnd grren stuff nro 4 nro not susceptible to many of tho ailImiHirt.iut factors In duck feed. ments of chickens and turkeys, nor 4-- lug. do they require expensive houses. A low heil with tight roof and vnlls on 4. .f. . 4 4 three side ots'tilng toward tho couth TH I Central Record. lonntr Court Dajs. Hlchmond, 1st. Monday. I'aris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday, llarrodsburc, lt- - Monday. Islington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, '.'nil. Monday. Shclbyvillc, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. , Danville, 3rd. Monti;-l.awrenceburg, 3rd. Monday Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. MU Sterling;, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown. 3rd. Monday. I.ANCASTKIt, 4th. Monday; Winchester, 4th. Monday. Montircllo. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. t Prices F. O. B. Flint, Michigan: Roadsters and Touring Cars, $950 to $1,485. Coupes and Inside Drive Sedans, $1,350 to $1,875. Catalogue and Detailed Specifications furnished on request. CONN & TAYLOR, DANVILLE. KY. May 1st we announce A Light Four-Cylind- er Car, Priced in the Neighorhood of $600. If you want a light car, wait for this one, which will be built of the same materials and with the same splendid qualities as all Buick models. by I'nlUx! Ptates driwrtment of agriculture. Turkeys are very aensltlvo to dampness, and tho young ioults should Im kept dry. An open coop made of slats or lath, protected 011 the top from the Mm nnd rrtlu ly tar pnivr, may lie placed over the mother turkey Just prior to the hutching of her eggs, as this will pretent tier from wandering nway with her young when they are hntcbnl, the coop, lien and poults to Is) moved to 11 prowr place soon after the eggs arc hatched. This osqi should 1st largo enough to allow the ben to stand erect and move nbouL Of cours. this 111 or coop for the turkey hen and ioults must ts clemt, not too clone or wnnn mid ntwolutrly free from Aylenburja are the mo.t popular parasitic enemies. The poults nro albreed fif mariirt ducks In KnKl.in.L lowed to run from this nsip part of Tha breed originated In Tranc. but every day when tho grass Is dry, but The hu been much Improved. Albino. Itall Ayleaburr. Id an they are made to stay within at night feathers aro wblto as .now to tho and during wet days until old enough skin. The flesh l l ink and of tine to wander with the mother lieu and flavor. The bird ahuMn ta an Aylea-bur- y rwxt out on the fences mid trees. drake. Tho hen turkey slxsild tw CarvfUlly g dusted wltli Insect powder e makes nu Ideal duck house. The floor placed ukiii tho nest to hatch egg, prevent leg weak-lies- . must bo kept dry to and this Is followed by dusting twice Il"r.parr-1 wm KEEP TURKEYS FREE FROM INSECT PESTS Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville, Ky. North-boun- No. 10 N'o. N'o. N'o. N'o. N'o. N'o. 4 Cincinnati Kxpress, 4:30 n.m daily Spe- $1.00 A YEAR. Tell me not in mournful numbers. POEMS THAT LIVE. Great Issues In Little Things. REMEMBER THE GARDEN. That The Record's an empty dreamt Ne'er a dream! It never slumbers, And with news its pages teem (Send your subscription.) It is real! It is earnestl Crowded full of clever stuff Contributions it returnest If they're not right up to snulf. (Provided you send postage.) "Art is long and time is fleeting," Time is money, so we're told; Long on art and short on eating. (That's me); fleeting is my "gold". (Hand us that dollar, due.) In the worlds broad field of "Hustle". ("Battle's what the poet said); News we MUST have; that's no rumor! For if you've no news you're dead. (Only $1.00 a year.) "All Heaven her beauty, brim to brim, Her crowns, her songs of Seraphim-W- as in that little kindly deed. That propt a brother in his need. "All Hell, its fang and serpent hiss, Its treason and its last abyss-W- as in that little careless sneer That struck a brother like a spear." Edwin Markham. My Evening It is a good time to paste this caption in your hat, whether you have lordly acres in the country, or only square feet in the city or village. The season has been unfavorable this year for earlier work, but better weather and better soil conditions will surely prevail now that the vernal equinox has passed and more than the usual allotment of severe weather has gone ty with it. There are many who think it will cost but a few cents to buy the garden truck that one might grow in his garden. The convenience of having vegetables at hand when wanted and of tho choice kinds and when fresh is a high consideration. Then the interest taken in the growing p'ants and the recreation that needed work affords, is wholesome and exhiliaratitig. Trices have been constantly advancing and this is a consideration. It is presumed that every one will have ordered seeds through the cutala-guof some reputable house before this, but if not, many Lancaster stores keep choice assortments of the best seeds. A few years back the custom in this county was to borrow or exchange seeds with neighbors. The great seed farms of the county have such facilities for producing better steds more cheaply that not many longer grow their own e Prayer. If I have wounded any soul today. If I have caused one foot to go astray. If I have walked in mv own wilful way-GLord, forgive! If I have uttered idle words or vain, If I have turned aside from want or pain Lest I myself should suffer through the ood A FLY CATECHISM. If I have craved for joys that are not Where is the fly born? In mamine, , and filth. nure If I have let my wayward heart lepine, every Dwelling 2. Where does the fly live? In on things of earth, not things kind of filth. divine Is anything too filthy lor the fly to Good Lord, forgive! eat? No. 4. (a) Where does he go when he If I have been perverse, orhard, orcold, leaves the surface closet and the ma- If I have longed for shelter in thyfold. nure pile and the spittoon? Into the When thou has given me some part to hold-G- ood (b) What kitchen and dining-rooLoid, forgive I lie walks on the does he do there? food: the bread and fruit and vege- Forgive the sins I have confessed to thee tables. He wipes his feet on the but ! Forgive the secret sins I do not see, ter and bathes in the milk. inst which 1 knew not, Father, teach 5. Does the fly visit the patient sick thou me with typhoid, consumption and cholera Help me to live. Ho does, and he may call infantum? Maud liattersby, in Kansas City you next. on Journal. C. Is the fly dangerous? He is man's worst peat, and more dangerous than FISHING FEVER. wild animals and rattlesnakes. Oh, the days are getting balmy, 7- What disease docs the fly' carry? And the grass is growing green. He carries typhoid fever, consumption While the leaves are awakening On and summer complaint. How? Fine as 1 have ever seen; his wings and hairy feet. What Is his And I've got the same old feeling correct name? Typhoid fly. That cornea o'er me every spring He 8. Did he ever kill anybody? When the brook begins its calling killed more American soldiers during And the birds begin to sing. war than did the the feeling, It's a bullets of the Spaniards. Coupled with a fervent wish, ' 9 Where are the greatest number Not to do a blessed thing of cases of typhoid fever, consumption Hut lie around and fish; and.'summer complaint? Where there Just to mosey to a quiet place are the most flies. And lie around nnd fish; 10, Where are the most flies? Where Just to sorter shake my troubles off there Is the mo9t filth. And fool around and fish. 11. Why should we kill the fly? He There's a silvery pool that's hidden caue!liH may kill us. Well from anyone I know, 12. When shall we kill the fly? Kill here the sentinels are giants, him him before he gets wings-k- ill With their branches hanging low. when he is a maggot In the manure pile Theie no sign of sordid quest, kill him while he is In the egg stBge, Hut the peaceful, slumbering quiet 13. How? Keep the stable dry and Where a man can truly rest. clean and don't allow any manure to Ob, it's calling, calling, stay on the premises longer than one For it knows my every wish week Have all other filth and trash Is to dabble in the waters accumulating on your premises removAnd just fool around and fish. ed or burned at least once a week. Not to do another blessed thing, 14. If your neighbor fails to comply with these rules and allows flies to Out to lie around and fish-J- ust breed on his premises to visit you, to get out in God's garden once screen your doors and windows and and tinker 'round and fish keep them out. Exchange. 1. Spanish-American lazy-haz- y dog-gon- e Lord, forgive! gardener of high authority, ore very much to the point: "Plant in rows the long way of the garden, not in beds, (an exception in corn, which in a single row is liable not to pollinate. Therefore plant it in blocks.) Beeds. No fertilizer is better for tho garden lot than well rotten stable manure, and this should be used plentifully where the best results are to be obtained. Proper enrichment of the boll always tells in quantity and quality. The deep plowing and thorough pulverizing of the soil are to bo looked after for Ihit always means less labor in tho cultivation and better results In every way. The following further hints from a Put the tall, dense crops corn pole beans, etc at tho western end, whero they will shade the others the least that is, from the late afternoon sun. Keep together the perennial sorts and next them the all season varieties such as carrots, salsify, parsnips, etc., and plant the others In succession in the order of time of maturing, for con venience In working the ground for a second crop. Let us conslderd for a moment what Is to be aimed at in a vegetable garden: First of all, of course, is tsblequulity. then continuity of supply you will want as many things for as long a time each as possible but you will need to guard very carefully against getting any one of them in such abundance at any time that it will go to waste, and thirdly, you want your garden to go as far into the winter as possible." If It U not agreeable ti bate them ranging over the entire farm n very low, hog tight fence will turn them, Tho soap's on the stair, and they will lire on the cheapest kind Tho bed's on the table. of food, Green grass and a llttlo with some Mini of Insect ration The ladder's unfurled: or meat scmiw. wilt keep tliani growThe moo's on the wing. ing rapidly. The coal's on the chair: After com Is two feet high they can Pa's in the stable be pastured In the cornfield, whom And home's in a whirl. they wilt help to keep down the weeds without Injuring the growing corn. Thin Is better than keeping them yn tilWHERE IT GOES. ed near the house without range, I'leii-tof drinking water In receptacles Iceman, deep enough for them to immerse their . Milkman, bends Is n necessity, but they d not Everyday, requlro water for bathing purpose nt Groceryman, any season of the year. However, Meat man they will have a higher ixTCentnge of pny, fertility In eggs If allowed n swimming Want their place during the mating season. Laundryman, One of the largest ami most success, Drug man, ful duck growers uses the following Tailor, too. Tor formulas for feeding ducklings Auto man, tlrst feeds equnl ports nf conimeal. Preachermnn, middlings, crackers or statu hrenil and Want their due. green stuff, chopped with n small hand Housemaid, ful of xund to each quart of feed; nfter n week, two part conimeal, one part Nursemaid, each of meat, bran nml middlings, Lady with wash; with a third as much green stuff us all Dressmaker, the rest together. After nix weeks the Shoemaker, ducks to Ih fattened nro ix'iincd mid Also, by gosh, corn the mash Is made of linker. meal, with bran, greens mid 12 ht Fakir, cent of beef scraps. Man for rent; Tho Cornell ration calls for nearly After every twice ns much !ocf scrap proi"rtloii- atety ns tho nlxive fattening mash. To Doggone cent. fifteen pounds conimeal nro added ten Exchange. pounds each of wheat middlings, wheat bran, meat scraps mid nlfutfu meiil or chopped green feed. This Is fed twice NOBODY. a dur. with In addition n quart of corn If nobaiy's noticed you, you must bo to about thirty ducks at noon. If Is available to wet the iiinxh half small; the named amount of meat scrap Is If nobody's slighted you, you must bu needed. tall; Duck growers use sand, Hue shell If nobody's bowed to you, you must and grit, usually hi the mash, hut often be low; lu Feparato dishes. Many ftssl the If nobody's kissed you, you're ugly we com under water. know; Water For Kens. If nobody's envied you, you're a poor Tho necessity of plenty of pure eir; If nobody's flattered you, flatter your drinking water for tho laying liens should ho apparent to everytsMly, hut self; say that wo If nobody's cheated you, you are a not nro Borry to wuter for many liens do get enough their necessiknave; ties during cold weather, says the KanIf nobody's hated you, you aro a sas In many poultry houses Blave; the watir freezes before tho hens can nobody's called you a "fool" to your get enough to drink, mid they go withIf race, out water for most of tho day. When Somebody's wished for your back In wo consider that tlio contents of uu egg Is about 00 Jier cent water. It its place; If nobody's called jou a "tyrant" or should bo plain to everybody that without plenty of water hen cannot "scold," eggs. There nro water founSomebody thinks you of spiritless tains with n lamp attachment that will mould. keep tho water from freezing lu the If nobody knows of your faults but "a coldest weather, but we do not urge friend," these, but that fresh water should bu Nobodv'il miss them at the world's given tho hens two or three times a day. AH poultry houses should I10 end; If nobody clings to your purso like a mado warm enough so that water should not freezo in them. fawn; Ncbody'll run like a hound when It's Protsln For Hsns. gone; Tfcns rerrulru nrotrln. Our If nobody's eaten his bread from your rrnlns aro deficient In nrnlnln rvm.irmn nml If store, must bo supplied In tho form of pure Nobody'JI cull you a "miserly bore"; beet scraps, meat scraps', milk, green If nobody's slandered you-h- ere is our cut bone, bhxxl meal or cooked Jack rabbits. 'All thran fM1u iitinnbl )u pe- nSign yourself Nobody, quick as you can. fresh and pute, othcrwlso they will cause trouble, vo not feed tankage. Exchange. two-third- s skim-milk 11 o SPRING CLEANING. The year's'at the Spring, corn-mea- l, a week until within two or tints' day tsforo hntcblng. It Is writ to dust her N'o. Tt Local Kxpress, again before placing her In the coop 11:05 n.m. daily with the young oul(. Never use N'o. 11 Itoyal Palm, dailyll:20 a.m. lime or sulphur for this purpose. Noth1 N'o. New Orleans Limi ing Is lslter than limrt 11:35 a.m. ited, daily but any pxl lnw-c- t powder will answer tho purpose that docs not con- N'o. 13 Carolina Special, Ingredient that are Injurious to tain daily 10:15 p.m. tho eyes. If the ben tins not No. 3 Spe 11:35 p.m. cial, dally No. 9 Florida Spe11:52 p.m. cial, daily N'o. 27 Illuo Grass Special, daily except Sunday, arrives- - 8:15 p.m. For rates, routes nnd information call upon or address M. J. Coughlin, agent; 'phono 31C. South-bounlYn-lnisjw-di-- C:03 cial, daily 28 Illue Grass Special, daily except SunG:03 14 Carolina Special, 7:00 dally 0 Local Kxprcss.dally 1:35 2Cincinnati Limited, 5:20 dally Palm, daily.. 6:37 a.m. a.m. n.m p.m. p.m. p.m. - oyal L. & N Train Schedule At Lancaster, Kj. Aiuuvfc. To Maysville, connecting; at Kichmon with I. & N to Frankfort & Louisville; ran ixct'uiTon tdiikkt treated lice nnd mites are very often found on tho young lults, nnd they must ls freed from these enemies. Upon taking tho liull from the nestn therefore, they also should bo carefully cininlucd for llco which tuny bo 011 tho top of tho head, under the throat, nUiut the wings or vent. Some of tho lice or mites may bo gray In color and dlltlcult to see. They may he destroyed by tho uso of sweet oil. rubbing very kiiiuII amount upon the head nnd throat, runners have nlso Only it found that Inrd Is ellleieiit. small amount of lard or sweet oil. however, Is used, as too much Is Injurious. Kerosene should tw strictly avoided. Insect powder Is Htitllelelit for other parts of the body. Wide variations lu the methods of feeding young poults nro found. Homo hnvo been successful by feeding bread saucer as soon as the and milk lu wilt eat, while others soak IkiiiIIh In milk and squcczo It dry bread feeding. Farmers tnvo nlso found Unit un absolute grain diet Is sultlcleut, while still others feed everything they Imagine the jKiults will eut However. It should never bn forgotten that lu tho wild statu their food wus worms, seeds, bugs, etc., which they conld find for themselves and which were hunted and scrambled after continually. If tho Beeper wishes to copy nature as nearly as possible the young poults may bo given for their first meal very duo oatmeal or finely cracked corn, with a little Duo grit of some kind mid a very llttlo granulated meat scrap. Bouio of tho commercial brands of Kultry food uru also good. Clean water of courbo should bo convenient. novEit 11 11 N'o 71; 8:35 a. m. To Itowland & Stanford connecting at Itowland, I. it N to all points South No 28; 11:01 a. m. To Itlchinond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Ileatlyville, A Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxvllle, No 70; 11:50 a. m. To Hlchmond, connecting; with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:00 p. m. To Louisville, connecting; at Lebanon Junction to Kliznbethtown & Howling Green, and at Hardstnwn Junction to Uardstown No 9; 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting; i Springfield. & train to Ilristol with fast Atlanta. Visiting Card THE proper thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when rnaking calls. Is Engraved A Neatly Car of the Incubator, Keeping tho temperature as oven as possible U one of tho first essentials with tho Incubator chicks. Sudden changes from heat to cold anil overfeeding uro causes of bowel trouble. Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or more. CENTRAL RECORD The Central Record, Thursday Mch 30, 1916 1 ,11 2 Page 3 QUALITY FIRST Our Hart, Schaffner and Marx Clothing & Stetson Hats LEAD THE WORLD FOR QUALITY AND STYLE. Our stock is now complete for Spring 1916. QUALITY "My Dad Bought His First Stetson 30 Years Ago." Many a'mnn hns been buying Stetson hats for decades, because, year in nnd year out, SUITS $10. 1 Clothing, Shoes, Hats BETTER SUITS Stetsonshnvcbccntlic BEST in men's hats. Our STETSONS this Spring are irresistible. House-of-Qualit- y. JAS. W. SMITH. MT. HEBRON DON'T GO TO BED HI. $15 I Lancaster, Ky. PREACHERSVILLE AN OLD-TIM- E NURSE Mr. J as. Stone remains quite CURED Of Catarrh of the Stomach by Peruna MRS. SELENA TANNER, Athens, Ohio. This Cure Dates From October 3, 1899. OeL 3. 11, 1899 1901 Mr. and Mrs. A. 0. Montgomery's baby la on the tick lilt. Mrs. Peachie Grow n the guest this week of tier son, Mr. Earl Grow. Mrs. Speaks of near Lancaster is the guest of her son Mr. L. E. Speaks. Messrs II. It. Edgington and G. A. Bruce remain In a serious condition Mr. J. A. Desn of Junction City' is the guest of his brotheraMr Alex Dean Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Dolin are lejoic ing over the arrival of a fine baby girl named Bertha. Mr. Woodson Carpenter is on the sick list. Mrs. Ii. T. Lunsford has been quite Says: "Often Brings On Attacks Of Acnle sick but is better. Rheumatism." Business meeting at the Baptist WITH COLD FEET ADAMANT 'Selling Automobiles A Marvellous Business jiMisint Thi U.ctst Usrtsa Himincnittt ttamc imu 'irriD.igajrsKIQ.UOIIOffiUlUltS. Hot CuiNiD.BuTroviN Ititt 8pt April Dec, 23, 1804 18, 1907 when unce tried." "I atlll tell everybody f can that Peruna li the Dec 27, 1903 beat medicine In the world." 15, 1909 Aug. "I'eruna aaved my Ufa years ago. I atlll take It when 1 liave a cold." rerun "I waa threatened with pneumonia, 4, 1910 Jan. k aaved me." I 17, 1912 "I am glad to do anything I can for reruna," May 6, 1914 "I have always lxen a nurae. reruna has helped j May ma tn my work more than all other medlclnea." 22, ItIS "I hare divided my bottle of reruna with peoplej Mar. many time. II alwaya help." Tha above quotations give a vague glimpae of tha coireapondenetj we have had with Mr. Tanner tinea 1899. Our filet, which cover twenty-fiv- e year. Inolud many almllar orreepond.nl. "Calnrrh of the stomach. Win nrarly starved. After taking 1'erun I have a good nppetlte." "I rim assure you that t am atltl a friend ot reruns. My health la atltl Rood." -Yes, I nm allll a friend of rerun. Will be aa lone aa I live. 1 keep It tn the houe nil tha time," "I recommend I'eruna ao often that thejr call ma the I'eruna iloctor. I'eruna recommends Itaelf Several young folks from here at' tended a "kitchen shower" at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herod Rain? last Wednesday evening. Miss Lavinn Montgomery, after spend ing a week with home folks, returned Monday to her sisters, Mrs. Jas. Hamilton at Hamilton Valley. it's the surest and most inexpensive Mr. and Mra. Eugene Clark and little remedy-ab- out 50 a bottle. daughter. Gladys Stone, of Danville, were with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. BUCKEYE F. W. Montgomery, Sunday. Mr. Steve House who Is in the revenMrs. Harrison Ray fell and broke her ue business at Camp Nelson was the guest of hit uncle. Mr. W. S. Bowling, arm. Saturdsy night and Sunday. Mr. Brock Grow Is here on business An ounce of prevention is worth a 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 taking salts and elTervesing tablets for rheumatism and sciatica, but those who suiter sharp twinges and painful swollen joints need something powerful to overcome their piteous sulTering. Any broad-minde- d druggist will tell you that one-ha- lf teaspoonful of Rheu-m- a taken once a day is driving more rheumatism out of afflicted people than Hight in this all the salts on earth. neighborhood II. E. McKoberts and all druggists sell large quantities of it, and church next Saturday. Mr. Owen Duvall continues about the same with heart trouble. Mrs. James Miller, of the Horton place, was in Stanford shopping. Miss Rinda Pettus visited her sister, Mrs. J. M. Pettus, near Stanford. Our friend, the aged Mrs. Victoria Anderson is very sick we regret to say. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Anderson visited her mother, Mrs. Holtzclaw, at Stanford. Mr. aud Mrs. Nat Wilmot, of Copper Creek, visited her mother, Mrs. William Duvall. Mrs. Wm. Dyehouse was visiting her daughter, Mrs. Wm. Shsw at Crab ttwtct. Wurte 'Ota H48, 8mo,K OUNN'S CHAPEL. Miwr. Mrs. Jake Hurt is still 111. Mrs. Salem Hurt ia ill with Inh ore ii losis. Miss Marie Ballard snent list week at her home in Lancaster. Re. J. G. RacrAn will nrpni-- h at ihn You'll Be Proud of Your Floors high-quality i when they arc attractively painted with this paint, and you'll soon realize how much scrubbing it will save you. 2 Methodist church here next Sunday. Mrs. Irvine Simpson and daughter isa Thelma visited Mra Hunt n ;, Thursday. Misses ZuIa And MaHi r?aHn anft Pauline Ross were shoppers in Lancas-.- .. i NO LOOKING BACK IN LANCASTER New Evidence Crastasllj Being PobliilieJ. huucc roiuixy luuscra a Cholera. Gapes. Limberneck. Roud. Canker. Diarrhoea and all Diseases of Poultry U'Jl Kr. ainc "0.WJ Kw tUW.,(JU thck iMaJf. liiUitM.lprmnlivlh.fmiMLH cU tra ti wot. uj HI3. nd GsimUta ij J. RaM. Cramt, Urdilnn, ly. Met Stoats! I Ortttlsti. Tr j.-.rrC-- mOLO BY C. C. & J. E.Stonne. 3.2-1- 2t Since the long succession of Lancaster 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 hrst published many years ago, verify all they said in a most hearty and unmistakable way. Head the experience of Mrs. C. T. Brummett, Crab Orchard, St., she says: "My kidneys were out of order and I had pains through mv back and kidneys. At times I was nervous. Doan's Kidney l'illa made me feel much better and stronger in every way. Mrs. ON A LATEIt OCCASION, Drummett said: "I cannot say too much In favor ot Doan'a Kidney Pills as a kidney and bladder medicine, for two boxes have cured me of that trouble." Price GOe, at all dealers. Don't sin ply ask for a kidney remedy get Doan'a from Florida. Mr. A. C. Miles is on the sick list at this writing. Mist Ha Hill spent Sunday with Miss Minnie Pearl Drown. Miss Bessie Prather is the guest of Mrs. Mai Carter. Miss Iva F. Tester visited Mrs. R. W. Sanders the past week. Miss Lucinda Carter has been on the sick list but is able to be out again, Mr. Herbert Whittaker and Mr. R. W. Sanders were in Madison Sunday. Judge J. P. Prether has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. Mead Teater. Miss Barbara Gulley spent Saturday night and Sunday with Misses Sallie and Attress Noel. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Simpson and little daughter were guest of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Noel, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Willie Ray, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Layton and daughter spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Noel. Mrs. W. A. Cotton and children of Richmond have returned home after a weeks visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Brown. des- Pee Gee Adamant Floor Paint dries over night Orchard. and gives your floors a beautiful, Mr. Hmry Thornton, of Virginia, is finish sanitary, visiting his brother. Rev. E. B. Thorn- cornea in nine colors. ton and wife. Ask for Color Card. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Cummins visited FREE Illustrated Booklet: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Owens in the "Home and How to Paint Canaan section. Them."-- Ask for it at thia store.' A large crowd was out Tuesday even A Pee Q FJnJsh ing to hear. Rev. A. J. Clere lecture at tho Baptist church. for Every Purpose Mr. and Mrs. Newt Gill were called to Shelby Citv to see theit daughter, Mrs. Matthew Rigsby who Is sick. Sunday was Missionary Day at the R, E, Baptist church. A bad day, a small crowd present, but the class collections for missions amounted to eight dollars. iNHMfi Mr. Clarence Bogart, aged 26, of Liberty, Mo., and Miss Estella Arnold. aged 20, were united in marriage on the MARKSBURY 14th in that city. Mrs. Bogirt was a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Arnold (Delayed Letter) and one of Preachersville's prettiest girls and highly accomplished. They Mr. D. F. Rankin has returnnd from are at home to their many friends at a trip to Atlanta. Orrick, Mo., where they have gone to Mr. Jesse Edwards has been visiting housekeeping. The young people be came acquaintea when the bride was in friends in Estel county. Missouri last year visiting her sister Robt Fox sold to Wm Lawson 15 shoats weighing at 81. Mrs. Nannie Dvkes is very much im proved after a continued illness. Mrs. J. W. Mahan left last week to visit her mother, in Newcomb, Tenn Jim Turner sold a bunch of 100 high-glo- Mr. and Mrs. Robert Whitaker were isiting the latters parents, Mr. and Irs. Tom Dailey Sunday. Mrs. Julia Davis nf Eitentnn via. iting her brother. Mr. Ambrose CaMmi and Mrs. Calico, last week. Rev. Clere of the Baptist church at mi McRoberts Lancaster had an appointment at Liberty church Sunday afternoon. Miss Lenna Hollon was ill last week, threatened with pneumouia, but Is able to resume her school duties again. Mr. John Teater had the misfortune to lose his house and all its contents by fire on Wednesday of last week. A high wind made it impossible to fight the flames and so nothing was saved. Mr. Teater is at the home of his only daugh ter, Mrs. T. O. Hill. Mr. Woolford Gabbart of Texas, who with his wife and daughters, has spent the past year In old Ky, with friends and relatives was here a few davs last week preparing to turn again toward the Texas plains. He is a member of the Home Guards and has received orders to report with his company. Mrs. Morris Calico of Jessamine Co, died after a long illness on March 12th. Mr. J. N. Tester's house was same that Mrs, Brum-me- tt Kidney Pills-t- he troyed last Wednesday by fire, it lias twice publicly recommended. Foster.Milburn Co.. Props., IlutTalo, thought it caught from the kitchen not one thing from the building N. Y. was flue was saved. Friends and relatives here have been notified of the death of James Murphy list. of Topla, Kansas. Mr. Murphy was Si Mrs. Jim Leu Is still on the years old. He leaves six children and Miss Abbie King spent the week-enone tlster, Mrs. Harrison Ray, at Buckwith Mrs. Frank Moore. Murphy was retired In GarMrs. A. It. McKinney returned to tier eye. Mr. rard Co. home in Kichmomt, Wednesday, LOWJSLL si-- d Mogul 8-- 16 Price Announcement 8-1- The Real Kerosene Tractor be 6 and after April 1st the ONwill be $725 cash f. o.price of the Mogul sales b. Chicago. All made and bona fide orders taken up to April ist will ' ! cut fuel coiti squarely in half operates on cheap, common kerosene or coal oil doesn't have to be the highest grade either. It pays for itself in the saving over gasoline. That is why the rise in price necessary because cost of raw 8-1- Tilled at the present price of $675 cash (. o. b. Chicago. Vc want to post you ahead of time on the coming change. Mogul as you know, is the famous tractor that has 8-1-6, t materials has risen so high is of minor importance. is saving and making profit on thousands of Mogul 6 farms of all sizes. It will do much more for you than your liorscscan. Get in your order now be ready for spring work. See the dealer who sells the Mogul 8-1- 6. International Harvester Coapany of America (lactraerateJ) Tba Mogul 6 kerbtene tractor ia sold by Ballard, Bryantsville, Tread way & Co., Paint Lick,Ky. Becker & Mr. Itobt Elliott of llerea made his regular weekly call lieru Sunday. Miss Iola llrown was the guest of Miss Lou Kuhlman Saturday night. Miss Lottie, Peyton is visiting her brother, Mr. Olvin Peyton of Manse. g Mrs. V. A. Floyd of Danville is her son, Mr Will Finley this week. Mrs. Cleve Davis and children have returned to their home In Waynesville. Ml1. Frank Moore has returned from Louisville where he has been having his eyes treated. Mrs. 0. D. Henderson and little daughter Tnelma, of llerea, were the guests of Mrs. V. Peyton last week. The Misses Clark of Lancaster and Misses Broaddus of Paint Lick were the guests of Mrs. Henry Kuhlman on Saturday night. Mra. S. P. Davis passed her 61th birthday Sunday the 26th. The day was made pleasant for her by her chil who spent the dren and day with her and helped prepare the sumptuous dinner that was enjoyid. Misses Ethel Mae Davis and Abble King were the guests of Mrs. John Tudor of Manse last week. On Thursday evening Mrs. Tudor entertained quite a number of young people in their honor and a most enjoyable evening was spent. grand-childre- n Mrs. S. M. Davis has been very sick. Miss Maggie Carter was the guest of J. T. Cattlemsn Finds Hope Fulfilled After Passing Threescore Miss Susie Davis last Thursday night. . Years. Mr. Felix Pennington sold a mare to J. T. Castleman of Dyer, Tenn., Tim Pennington last week. Price un suffered from stomach derangements known. for forty years, taking all sorts of Mrs. W. II. Kinnard was the guest medicine, following all kinds of medof her sister, Mrs. B. T. Smith last ical advice. DYER, TENN., MAN SUFFERED 40 YEARS Mrs. Calico, before her marriage was Miss Margaret May. She waa a member of Liberty Baptist church at Buckeye and her remains were brought there on the 13th, and laid to rest after funeral services conducted by Rev. F. M. Tinder of the Lancaster Christian church. Mrs. Calico is survived by her husband, one brother Mr. Male May, and a number of children, among whom Oil of trtntergreen, thymol, glycerins pounds Bhoats at 7 J to Green Bowling, are Mesdames Wesley Simpson, S. S. BBd other healing Ingredients compounded Sebastian, Eb and Allen Moberly of la proper proportion Into tbe 1. I. I. Miss Ethel Smith of Crab Orchard this county. Another useful, christian lTeecrlptlon has now become tbe unlrersat fATortta ot skin sufferers In relieving skin has been visiting Mrs. Frank Higgina. life has ended, another tired pilgrim dlieiie. It la a mild trash that penetrate' tbe pores and siren Instant relief from att Mr. and Mrs. Ben Dunn spent last has been called to rest. burning and Itching. It kills and washes off tbe gnawing disease germs and Its week with her father, Mr. Will Gooch, toothing ells quickly heal tba Inflamed of Stanford. tissues. Druggists are clad to recommend this soothing, cooling liquid. 25c. 60c and J 1.00. Mr. Uriah Dunn, of Hustonville spent Come to us and we will tell you more about with Misses Elizabeth and this remarkable remedy Your money Itack: the week-enunless tbe first bottle relieves you. 1. I. IK Lula Simpson. Boap keeps your skia healthy. Ask about It. Miss Lula Simpson has been quite For 15 Yean WjWt the Standard sick, Dr. Elliott was called in, but she "Thedlord's gsMaBBBBSBBBBaaaaB Skta Remedy is reported better. Is the best R. E. McKoberts. Lancaster. Ky. medicine Mr. Frank Higgins and Miss Ethel Smith went to Paint LicK last week lever used." wrltei J. A. and were the guests of Miss Ann Hig CARTERS VILLE. Steelman, olPattonviUe, Texas. gins. Oils Soothe Skin Disease d D""k fk Now Well Black-Draug- ht In all the forty years, ho said, ho never had a real good day until ha tried Mayr's Wonderful Itemed. Then bo discovered something. Let his letter tell about It: "Tbe first dose of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy caused sail stones to pass from me. I am feeling much better than I havo ever before. I am 61 years old and I had never before enjoyed one whole good day. "I would not giro the ono bottle you sent me for all tho drugs and doctors' medlclno that Is made." Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives permanent results for stomach, liver and Intestinal ailments. Eat as much and whatever you like. No more distress after eating, pressure ot gas In the stomach and around the heart Get one bottle of your druggist now and try It on an absolute guarantee If not satisfactory money will be returned. For sale by R, E. McRoberta and all other reliable druggists. Saturday. Mrs. Clarence Ballard, and daughter. Lucille visited J. D. Carter and family, last Monday. Rev. F. P. Bryant filled his regular appointment at White Lick church Sat urday and Sunday. Mr. Walda Wylie who is attending llerea College visited home folks Sat urday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Todd and family, visited J T. Allen and family, Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Bryant are the proud parents over tte arrival of a 10 pound boy. The mother Is not doing very well. Mrs. Bessie Robinson and mother, Mrs. Edd Smith, Mrs. Jeff Davis and daughter. Miss Saste, were the guest of Mrs. Susie Renfry last Monday, 1 Bettie Reynolds Smith, the popular clerk at Dickersons spent Sun day with the family of Mr. J. II. Turner. The little son of Mr. Vaughn who has been very low with typhoid fevor Is reported some better. Dr. Pope of Kirks-vill- a is with him. Mr. Tom Chestnut lost a horse by death last week due to dry feed poison ing as stated by the vetinary. There are two more horses sick from the same cause. Mrs. Charles Burdett. of Oklahoma. who has been spending some time at tha Chestnut home, now Is visitincr her sister, Mrs. John Woods, of Lexington before returning norr... Mr. Henry Edgington returning from Danville last week was thrown from his vehicle when his horse shied under the wheels of a heavily loaded wagon which be met just at the time, the wheels passing over his body. Thru the kindness of Mr. McKecknle, Mr, Edgington was carried to bis home. Soon after the accident a doctor was sent for but we did not learn the ex-- J tent of hit injuries. Mrs. "I guttered terribly with Uver troubles, and could get no relief. The doctors said I had I could not work at all. Finally 1 tried THEOFORD'S BLACK-DRAUG- HT tad and tm to my surprise, I got better, to-das well a any Black-Draught man."Thed(ord'f la a general, cathartic, vegetable liver medicine, that baa been rrtulatkg IneguUri-tfe- a of tha Uver, stomach aad bowtla, for over 70 year. Oat a package today. Insist o Ac E-- 79 g iriae Taadferd'a. f Page 4 The Central Record incorporated bsued Weekly. $1.00 The Central Record, Thursday Men 30 TRAGIC DEATH DISTINGUISHED GUEST MORNINGS 19 lb. ARE HAPPIEST HOURS a year. . Our city was honored for a ihort BY DROWNING. while last Friday by a visit of Vres GET THE tofjar VCrsity, Lexington, who addressed the INTO YOUR BEING. students of the (traded School, on R.L "Preparedness, or Why go to College" Arit j vnu hrfcrlit nnd hntinv. In th 'r ( Dr. Crossfleld is one of the leading edInured at Ihe Ton Ofllc In Luneiiitr, Kf. The death of Mr. Dave Anderson, ucators of the state and his remarks mornings? a 8eeoni-CU- i Mll Matter. Catarrh Is the great American which occured Monday about 12 o'clock were both Interesting and entertaining. Member Kentucky Press Association was doubly sad because it was so sud ment. Its effects aro far more general J, and than usually are understood. Catarrhal ) V den and so tragic. Indeed it has selALMOST IN THE RING Eighth District Publishers League. oi ino stomach ami Ktuneys is a most dom been our duty to reccrd so tragic frequent causf of chronic dyspepsia and a death and a dark gloom spread over Senator Chas. Montgomery, of Casey Brights disease. Catarhal conditions Lancaster, Ky., March 30, 1916 our entire community when It was told Lincoln, in the nose and throat in many cases, from one to another that Dave Ander and Col. T. L. Carpenter, of Monday meeting the good leads to deafness. son had drowned in Sugar Creek at were here 12? Rotes For Political Announcements the mouth of Comley's branch, near democrats of the county. la"n tVttk Itinera nci aiTiftAtt la(niiDa Senator tells in he will announce his catarrhal inflamation finds an open way For Precinct and Citv Ollkes ...S 6.00 his homo and four miles from Lan vor County Offices '10.00 caster, while attempting to cross candidacy for Congress from this dis to tho lung substances through the& trict in n few days and is going to win bronchial tubes. 16.00 with wagon and team. For State and District Office He has a lot of friends here who are of 10 If you are not bright, cheerful and PA For Calls, per line A heavy rain, somewhttlnthe nature 10 of a refreshed in tho mornings, catarrh t, For Cards, per line had caused the stream the same opinion. probably is the cause. For all publications in the Inter-eto rise past fordinz. which Mr. Ander The mental and physical condition of of Individuals or expresson seemed unaware of. As soon as IMPORTED HEMP SEED catarrh sufferers Is pitiable but it is sion of individual views, per the team plunged in. the wagon bed 10 was swept from beneath him and he Mr. I. M. Shely, of Chicago, arrived surprising how many people suffer from line... 05 was carried under by the current and in the city last Monday and is located catarrh when they fully believe some- A Obituaries, per line J JjtT appeared above the water only one temporatially at the Kengarlan hotel, tiling else is tiie cause. Catarrh can bo easily detected. Some We are authorized to nnnounce Miss time. His body was recovered a few Mr. Shely is no stranger here and his f Jennie Higgins n candidate for County hours later, near the home of Mr. friends arc always glad to see him. He of its commonest symptoms are; dull, j George Newton Uay, two miles from Is here primarily to get the farmers t throbbing headaches, watery eyes, con-- . of Garrard School Superintendent The body grow the cultivated hemp seed and is slant snilllinL. dronnlni? of mueiitu into County, subject to the action of the where the accident occured. T4 was taken to Mr. Hoy's home, where furnishing a superior quality of import- the thioat at night and awakening Democratic primary Augmt 1017. an innuest was held by Coroner W. L, ed seed, to those who are interested choked and half nauseattd, sleeplessWe are authorized to announce J. O, Jones, bringing out the facts ns slated and Will pay a liberal price for this cul- ness, dizziness, fullhwd, stopped up tivated seed in the fall. Read his ad- nasal passages, dryness of the memBogie, as a candidate for the Democ above. ratic nomination for County Court Mr. Anderson was born In Garrard vertisement in this Is'ue of the paper. branes, pains I i the stomach, side and kidney region, faulty digestion, bad Clerk, primary to be held August 1917. County 60 years ago. He was a son of Mr. William Anderson, his mother died CAMPAIGN OF USEFULNESS. breath and coated tongue. We are authorized to announce Joe when he was a mere youth. Tanlac was created particularly to Besides Hamilton as a candidate for County his wife, who was Miss Isabelie Lackey, After some months of dormancy the combat catarrh. Thousands are testiCourt Clerk, to fill out the unexpired he leaves three children, John L. Jr., Civic Department of the Womans Club fying daily that Tanlac has fulfilled its term of J. W. Hamilton. Subject to Sue Anna, and Mrs. Walter Turner, will awaken for another campaign of mission. the action of the Democratic primary he also leaves two brothers, Messrs. usefulness. It made itself felt in an Tanlac may be obtained in the nearby August 191C. John L, Anderson, of Washington, D. effective way last season and hopes to cities. Paint Lick, J. N. Metcalf ; IWy- - j and Clay Anderson of Kansas, and double its strength and enthusiam this antsville, Becker & Ballard ; Little, Debts Easily Made. two half brothers, Messrs. Jones and year. They will make an active fight Hickman, Collier and Bruner: Berea. S. E. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug The use of motor vehicles, winch is Ozz Anderson, of this county, three for clcan'incss of streets, becoming so general is causlngademand half sisters, Mrs. George Brown, of public square and also a systematized Store; Junction City, Reynolds and Evans; Richmond, II. L. Perry &. Son; for better roads, and this use wears Preachersviile, Mrs. Miley Walker and campaign against the deadly fly. is Central Mrs. Hallie Prather, of Buckeye. He They will also see that the heg law Is Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros ; Uurgtn, G. out the roads rapidly. What Kentucky going to do to satisfy this Is also survived by an aged step enforced this year. So those having T. Schoolfield: Danville. John S. Well.: demand? Shall the people voto a large mother, Mrs. Victoria Anderson. hogs in the town limits had best make R. E. McRoberts. Lancaster. bond issue, as is proposed In some of The death of Mr. Anderson was arrangement to have them out of town the Blue Grass Countier7 Before this seemingly one of lifes tragedies against by May 1st or they .will be reported. ATTENTION. step is taken it would be wise for the which no human provision can be made. ine Womans Uluu is tilled with cn people to consider the question well Such a death should teach us the un- - thusiasm for making Lancaster a bet' DRUGGISTS STORE KEEPERS. It has bjen only a few years since the certalntv.of life and also teach us to ter place in which to live and bring up An exclusive Tanlac agent a con live so that when our summons comes a family, and the members are deter public took over the turnpikes at is wanted in every town, vilsideration so inadequate that the roads to loin the innumerable throng who mined as never before to help the of' lage and cross road in this were almost a gift to the public from have gone before we will be found (leers enfored the laws that govern us. county. For particulars and private owners. The turnpike tax was ready. Mr. Anderson was n member advertising plans address immediately placed to the limit permit of the Christian church and posessed a DANVILLE OPENING V7 Cooper Medicine Company, ted to be collected under the Constitu most kindly and gentle disposition and Dayton, Ohio. tion, and yet, the roads are no better counted his friends by his acquaintances. Handsome New Welsh and Wiseman Doors Open at 10 a. m. than when they were taken over by the At such times words seem empty things public Why. then, vote bonds to build Building Of Danville Will Be ForThe sympathy and sorrow are very 55 Let us send you a barrel of Lime. new turnpikes when the available tax real and the Record voices the sentiSi 1 mally Opened SaturdaT. It Garrard Milling Co. in the past has been insufficient to ment of the community in profound maintain the roads, which were lympnthy for the bereaved family. The Welsh and Wi3eman Company practically given to the public in most Funeral services were conducted by GLAD TO BE HERE of the Blue Urass tjounttesx in our Eld. F. M. Tinder followed by inter- Monday night moved their stock of goods into the new modern store build Mr. Jim Layton, one of the cleverest judgment and according to ourobserva ment in Lancaster cemetery. BUSIing, corner Third and Main streets, fellows that ever left tion the system and plans adopted by the county, came This is one of the most complete mer down from his homo In Cincinnati the fiscal authorities in ths past have last Diaw A RUCKER. cantile establishments in the south. In week and was shaking hands with his been so poor that the public has not IRVINE COLEMAN MEN completeness, convenience it compares friends here Monday. gotten the benefit of the available funds He looks the "And the finger of death touchedhim to keep in repair these macadam roads, and he slept." Yes, the sweet spirit favorably with anything in Louisville picture of health and tells us he never i for the moiiuy you ov o nnd What the future may develop along of Irvine Coleman Mucker is now with or Lexington. A Record representative felt better. note how much more resMOTION this line we can not predict, but there Jesus in glory, having commenced his was shown through the establishment ALONG TO BRING pectfully your creditors does not appear to us any good reason journey heavenward when he wa9 only Tuesday and was agreeably surprised to find such an excellent building fully WAR HITS NEWSwhy a large bond issue shculd be voted ighteen years old, being converted and CAMERA TO you. They like to do PICTURE upon these counties, which already have joining the M. E. church at Texas, equipped with furniture and fixtures of btiMnoss with u mini who PAPERS HARD. more macadam roads built than they Madison Co, which is now called College the best mahogany, as are also the TAKE PICTURES OP hn9" nu account nt the have been able to maintain from avail Hill, during a protracted meeting held woodwork in the elaborate show win War directly or indirectly is given as I JTT I f . . f ITiM able tax funds. What these Counties by Bro. E. M. Cole. Since thattime,his down. In tho mezzanine floor are the the reason for the enormous increase SPEGIAL HERE. Girrard Bank & Trust Go. need are better road systems with more face has been Zionward, living a con' cashier's desk, private offices, ladles in the publisher's bills. And as war This seems likely to continue for some time, competent persons in authority to handle sistent christian life He passed away rest room and general offices. know he is doing business In a buxirrss lik They way. Itetler the work. We need to get more for on March 21th at his homo in Paint store consists of a most complete base so too the market skyrocketing prom- WANT EVERYBODY TO EE IN IT open such an account even if your alfalrs are not large. They the money that is appropriated for the Lick. Mr. Rucker was born in Clark ment and three floors. ises to go to heights even beyond the will grow all right. Saturday morning at 10 o clock the present astounding prices. Nowadays road purposes than we have been get' county Ky., in 1817 at Vienna. Horaar Later As Be Shown Here ting is the past. Lincoln County is ried Miss Sarah Bird Griggs, of Madi doors will be thrown open to the public. it is next to impossible to obtain mar- Piclcres Will & and it goes without saying that Danville ket quotations about to take a second vote upon Souvenir 01 Trip. for even so short a time son Co. To them were given fourteen proposed bond issue for a large sum, children, eight boys and six girls. Four and all surrounding towns will be fully ahead as "next week". end there Is some talk for such a move of the boys are still living and five of represented. A new stock of goods Only last week paper, which then That Knoxvllle business man never We would like to see the girls who will console and care for entirely in keeping with the building is was 8 per cent higher than it was a let an opportunity pass to please their In this County. being opened up and will be placed on yeai or so ago, jumped to u 10 per cent a better showing with the money their devoted mother. Tho boys are friends nnd customers. Is shown by the sale according to their advertisement increase. No pulp is coming into the available for road purposes before Messrs Jonas Rucker of Richmond, recent announcement that they have, step is taken to lay such a heavy Hume Rucker of Louisville, Roger and you will see in this issue of the Record. manufacturers. Mills that not so long at great expense, engaged a burden upon the tax payers for ad ago were selling by the tons are now motion picture maker to accompany ames Rucker ot Lexington, Mrs. Min ditional funds. filling qrders for pounds. Rugs, which them on their First Trade Trip, to nie Williams of Indianapolis, Mrs. Lucy PRESIDENT OF WHITTLE are being bought up by the powder make pictures cf the "special" from Those who believe that peace In Eur Conn, of Lancaster, Mrs. Eliza Tread- From the public in the footwear manufacturers eagerly and are needed the time it leaves the depot at Knox-villope is among the possibilities of the way, of Paint Lick, and Miss Chastinc RESORT SPRINGS HERE. also by paper manufacturers in a clean who is with her mother. until it retnrnj: league, would be a source of gratinext tew months fail to take into ac ed and more or Itss sterilized form, are Pictures will be made of the crowds count tho internal condition of Germany To be In this christian home and wit Mr. O. F. Whittle, representing fication to any storekeeper. Just and the probable effect upon the House ness tho love shown between husband Knoxvillo's First TradcTrip. and Presi- a necessity in the mechanical depart- that erect the Trade Trip Party at ments of newspapers. The price of every stop of tho train, and many and wife and the devotion of parent how we have done it is best exof Hohenzoilern of a peace that does dent of the Whittle Springs company, not at least bring to Germany large and children was truly a delight. He which operates a summer resort nt rags has jumped just 100 per cent, or nictures will be taken of the streets plained by our show windows, our visited, C war indemnities to help defray the cost will be missed in his community for he Whittlo Springs near Knoxvllle, was a from 3 cents a pound to cents. Writ and business houses In cities salespeople, atjd the many satisfied was a public spirited citizen, being a visitor here this week, making arrange- ing paper is an important item in a Muny pictures will be made here, nnd of the war. The course of public opinion in Ger man of strong convictions am' good ments for the visit of the Knuxville publisher's paper bill, and it Is worth the Knoxvllle party has expressed a wcarcra of our shoes. many In regard to the submarine con judgment, he will be missed In his business men who will reach here April noting that this item has gone up 125 wish that as many people arrange to bo per cent. Foj; the Major League Man who in the picture as posible, as the troversy with the United States is most church, for he was devoted to it and a lath at7;J5A. M. As an Ink manufacturer explained a will not only bo shown In Knox' instructive upon this point. Plainly christian worker, he will be missed in wants the best, wc have the Mr. Whittle came here for the purthe responsible rulers of Germany did his home for he was a kind and loving pose of discussing with the local com- day or two ago, tho acids and dyea and ville, but will also be shown here and not want a conflict with this country, husband and devoted father. May those mittee the question of the program to every tiling else used in tho colored inks In nil of the other townB visited, as but a large number of the German peo eft emulate the example of this man bo followed upon tho arrival of the vis- especially have exploded from 200 to well. 3,000 per cent in a Jllfy, once the im As tha trade trip special will stop In pie were violently opposed to any con of God. itors aboard tho Trade Trip Special, ports from Germany had been blocked. 13 towns in Tennessee, Kentucky, cession, and the possible dangers of Mr. Whittle stated that tho Trade Trip In advance styles for the man Blues that cost 68 cents before the war Viririnia and North Carolina, the pic running counter to public opinion causTHREE WILLS PROBATED committee, comprised of men repres- now cost $11 and $15 a pound, with In tures will prove n big advertisement who cares and dares to dress ed the German Foreign Office to hebi- enting every business organization in good showing is different from the "all alike" Jf tate repeatedly in regard to the reason' In the County Court last Monday, Khoxville, decided on this nwvn to get crease in yellow also all the way up to for Lancaster if a should turn out and ably demand&of the United States. in business shoes for the busithree wills were probated by Judge C. in touch with our people here as a means 3,000 per cent. And, what is more of made. Everybody ness man and in the old It Is clear, therefore, that, if the A. Arnold. That of Mrs. Elizabeth of impressing upon all of us that the moment, the manufacturers of ink give the "upecinl" a rotlsing welcome. s!and-(y- 3 rulers of Germany hesitate to make of comfort for tired, Walker, dated March 4 tit 1911, asks trip is being undertaken by Knoxvillo's feat that prospects of filling demands and mako the best possiblo showjug for our town. concession to a country with whom I that her indebtedness be paid out of her business men rather for the purpose of la the future look doubtful. feet. Inks have more than doubled In price. The picture, which will be between Germany is not at war, they would be personalty and that her real estate be SEEING than of SELLING our folks. far more indisposed to yield to the only valued by threo disinterested parties Mr. Whittlo stated that the business witlAn increase on every quotation two and three thousand feet in length, Taroie Model peace terms they could possibly hope and equally divided among her five men of Knuxville were just as anxious for Intaglio section inks going on stead- will be shown here In a few weeks The shoe of many friendi. Rood get from the nations Germany lias children, share and share alike. If to buy what we had to sell them as they ily. Even tho common black inks are alter the pictures uro made. Tho to looking, scntlblo in tyle with Netlle now been lighting for nearly two years however at any time that a majority were to ship what they had to sell us. affected Inicauae the rubber Manufac exact date and place will be announced ton thotmiiing and leather values. I are corralling as much of the later. of the children desire, tho real estate In other words. It Is more or less of a turers and using it In place carbon as they can Is to be fcold by the Executor and the "bartering" trip. OPERA HOUSE of zinc and lead, a detail which will acHer son proceeds divided equally. TO SAVE AN EDITOR. TJio personnel of the Trade Trip Purty preponderance of rubber Beginning IMonday, April 3rd, the Woods Walker Is named as executor will consist of men, like Mr. Whittle, count tor the goods having a black cast, which shop- Here is a minister who appreciates Opera House will be open each night without bond. who are owners or managers of the I a recent editoriul The will of J. W. Hamilton leaves business houses which they represent. pers soon will find on the market in the editor. At promptly at 7:30 V. M. with u new pro. of the white cast rubber they've' ventlon ho olfcred the following toast; J lie his entire estate to his widow, Mrs' Mr. Whittle stated that be had arranggram that will please everyone. "To save an editor from starvation, been accustomed'to see in the shops. only night Universal service will be Noam! Hamilton, but first ask that all ed to furnish complimentary to the Type foundora have Increased prices ' take hla paper and pay for It prompt- shown will be on Friday, so that we bis debts be paid in full and all notes, Trade Trip committee Whittle Springs To savo him from bankruptcy, 20 rer cent, and no letup In the boost-Mmay finish GIIAFT. It la our intention bonds, securities be sold and water exclusively on the "special". To in his paper liberally. in real estate, his wife to have the Monday with a Helen Holmes Is leaving no ing in sight. Gum arable, necessary advertise to open The local C3mmlttce dlspalr, send him very night you will entire proceeds derived from such es- stone unturned to show the Knoxvllle to tho making of matrices in printing save him from picture, and on Tuesday has jumped 100 per cent. And Item of newa of which you can get see Myrtle Gonzalez and Win. Duncan tate and at her death to go equally to party that they are willing to meet plants, wrapping paper, used in tho circulation hold.- - To save him from profanity, will was dated children. The in CHALICE OF COUHAGK, and on their two them half way in the eirort being put plainly on o October 191C and names Mrs. Naomi forth to establish closer business and departments by the tons, costs twice write your correspondence every night you will Bee good, I as much as it did before the war, with one side of the sheet und send It In as Hamilton Executrix without bond. social relations between Knoxvllle busi date pictures. Watch for the wrapping rope of lisal from Yucatan early aa possible. To save him from of the beginning of that The will of Al Dunn, colored, leaves ness men and our own, and jute wrapping ropes and twines mistakes, bury him. Dead people are aerial, "The Iron Claw", featur- his entire estate to his brother, Adam good Incorporated. from Calcutta now selling at an Increase the only ones who never make Let us send you a barrel of Lime. This document who made Tho Ex- Dunn and his wife. ing Pearl White, Home of Good Shoes. Danville, Kentucky almost as great. Garrard milling Co. U was. dated April 3rd, 1912. popular. ploit Of Elaine picture so Mr. Dare Anderson Loses ule In E. RODINSON. Editor. ELKIN, Local Editor nnd Mgr. Creek. SPIRIT OF THE EARLY DAY J. 1 The ail-j- S ft s Opening Of Our New Store. I Tv cloud-burs- st ft C Welsh & Wiseman Co. back-yard- s. DANVILLE, KV. y .Invite you to honor them with your presence at the opening of their new store Saturday, April the first, 1916. KNOXVILLE NESS Check 1116) I rd 1 Tr Mil The Garrard Bank Trust Company n Winning the Decision ft I Nettleton ' hurd-vorl;iii- (i Price $6.00 con-pla- y. new-up-t- PARKS & HENDREN CO. if MI A REPLENISHING SHIPMENT OF The Central Record, Thursday Mch 30, 1916 Page 5 CRISP, FRESH, SHOE STYLES. FUi BI . JgL ft -- The Smartest Of Spring StyQs Every Coat and Suit for Spring' is refreshing in its originality and the line is so varied, it permits of a wide selection. See them before selecting your spring outfit. tobacco" I CANVAS I Phone and have I us lay aside e- tiu Arch Ml -- Are Always Shown in Our Store They come to us hot from the factory and those Wom- en, Misses and Children who appreciate the foremost fashion, will always enjoy the keen, fresh, vigorous models to be seen at our store first. I nough for your 1 HH7rif IhM The Joseph Mercantile Go. See our beautiful line of Worthmore and Worthwell Waists at $1.00 and $2.00. I JOHN DEERE WAGONS & IMPLEMENTS. The Best and Most Durable Implements made. I Gossip About ! Mrs. Charles Davis of Chattanooga Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph has returned is here for n visit to her mother. from Somerset where she fitted Gossard FOUND TJ.Jln C.SVX A. A Vio Vio Vic; A watch, owner can have same, by Mrs. J. A. Anion was in Stanford for corsets most successfully last week. the C. C. Convention and the guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Morgan and Mr. describing and paying for this notice. several friends. J. T. Kaney. Itobert Kinnaird motored to the city 2t. r YUIU FIND IT IN THIS COLUHF. ; I Hemp Drills, One and Two Horse Corn Planters, Mowers, Binders, Plows, Etc. We keep repairs on hand, hut these implements are so durable llinl we scurcely ever sell tiny rcpnlrs. Reports tlint we do not keep repairs for these implements arc false. We can save yon money. J. R. Mount, Son & Co. The Square Deal House. 3C i nun. 3L 3C NOW is TO the Time out- CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP. We have everything necessary for side and inside painting. LEAD AND OIL. PREPARED I PAINT, VARNISHES, PRICES RIGHT. STAINS, BRUSHES. Stormes Drug Store 3C uczic ARE 3C k 7i OUR LINES COMPLETE $ $f L' And wc are ready for business. Wc have all . the new shapes and shades, berin urciua and Bordeaux shades which arc the newest. All the latest music, on sale ... ... ft ft at 15cts per copy. Join our profit sharing plan. Ask about it. Give us a call. MRS RELLA ARNOLD FRANCIS. $ 8 10 fr IG 3G E DE3 E "4 1 i Danville Mm School. W Students may enter at any time. Full courses in Typewriting, Bookkeeping, Stenography and Terms reasonable. Tho courses nro tlioroufilu of this school ore lioldlni some of tho best positions with tho bitiejest'flrjns and corporations. Writo or call for particulars. J' other Business Specialties. Graduates D. B. HARRIS, Principal. Danville, Kentucky. 3E DC n, intl IBE Little Miss Mabel Heagle, of Huston-vill- e of Lexington Saturday night for the is the guest of her friend, Miss "Birth of a Nation." Minnie Gulley. Mrs. Bright Herring accompanied by Mrs. J. D. Hatcher and Miss Emma her little daughter, Margaret Leona, is Tadlock are in Louisville the guest of visiting her sons, F. K., J. A. and J. W. Swope at Lexington this week. Mrs. W. T. West is in Lexington for Miss Lena I'rather. h risk to relatives. Miss Prather who has been The Study Class of the C W. II. M. Mr. Robert Klkln has returned from met at the home of Mrs. F. M. Tinder the guest several days of Miss Minnie Gulley will go to Lexington Saturday n bumncss trip to Louisville. on Tuesday afternoon. for a visit to her sister, Mrs. James Mr. I.ueien Young mul family of Lin Mr. and Mrs. It. 1. Gregory motored Stapp. coln county hav moved to Garrard. to Winchester to see Mesdames II. II. Mrs. Wm. Elliott and son. Win. Jr., Dr. ami Mrs. J. M. .Casey will leave Hall and W. A. Arnold. Mrs. E. C. Gaines and Miss Tommie soon to reside in Danville, Lancaster The Chautauqua Circle met on Tues- Francis motored to Lexidgton the past Mrs. J. II. Ilourne ami daughter. day afternoon at the home of Misses week to witness, "Tho Birth of a NaDodo, were visitors in Danville Friday, Martha and Helen Gill. tion". Mr. and Mrs. Sam Helm, of Huston-vill- e Itev. C. E. Evans filled the pulpit at Mrs. L. C. J6hnson of this city and havo been tile recent guest of Mr, sister, Mrs. Elizabeth Simmons, of the Christian church Sunday morning, and Mrs. Hayden Leave!!. Richmond were in Stanford for the C. Mrs. Hugh Hemphill, of Nicliolasville Miss I .Id a Kuiney was in Stanford for E. Convention and guests of theirniece is the guest of her niece, Mrs. J. L. a visit to friends and attended the Mrs. Richard Newland. Francis. Christian Endeavor Convention. Hon. and Mrs. Robert Harding ol Mrs. W. II. O'Hannon, of Stanford Itev. F. II. Hudson and wife will be Danville, are in Cincinnati at the Jewwas tho guest for several days of Mrs, in Lancaster April 5th. They will oc ish Hospital where Mr. Harding is unIt. T. Emhry. der the cate of a physician who hopes, cupy tho Presbyterian parsonage. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Waddle of with complete rest, to soon have him ki county lire here for a visit to Mr. Will Akcr, a former Lancaster in his usual good health. Garrard friends. Ian, but now of Lexington, was here. Iteverend J. W. Beagle Mrs, Beagle Messrs. l'rescntt Brown and Hryan last week shaking hands with his many and daughters. Misses Viola, Jessie and Perkins, of Stanford were visitors in friends. Mabel, late of Hustonville motored to Lancaster Saturday. Mr. John L. Anderson, of Washing- - Lancaster for a visit to Mr. and Mrs C. was called here by the sad J. F. Holtzclaw, they were on their Mr. D. C. Craig, of Mt. Vernon, has ton,-1been the guest of his friend, Mr. C. M death of his brother, the late Mr Dave way to Georgetown to reside there. Anderson. Thompson, for several days. The Transylvania Glee Club arrived Miss Irene Aldridge was chosen on tho 11 o'clock train today (ThursMisses Bettie Robinson, Mary and Charley Klmore and Wesley Dickcrson County Director of Garrard Co., at the day) and are being entertained in the Eighth District Convention held in homes of ths Christian Endeavorers, motored to Lexington Saturday. Stanford last week. The club is composed of 20 excellent C, Mrs. Anna Ilailey and Mrs. J. are Mrs. Lida Miller, Misses Mary and male voices anj Lancastrians Robinson were in Stanford Sunday to see Mrs. Bailey's father and daughter. Margaret Miller of Richmond motored anticipating a musical treat. to Lancaster Sunday and were guests Misses Margaret Cook. Minnie May Mr. and Mrs. Green Cloy Walker. of Mrs. I). M. Lackey andother friends. Robinson, Mary Lee Lear and .Irene Misses Nancy Walker and Martha Aldridge, Messrs. Will Rice Amon, Val Kavsnaugh were in Lexington last Mrs. Uobert Elkin, President of the Cook, Willie Belle West. Willie Miller, Saturday, Womans Club, was appointed one of delegates to tho Convention of the Irvine Stapp, Robert Kinnaird. Owen Miss Tommie Frnncis who has had Hendreu, Hudson Frisbie, Wallace rooms in the I'resbyteriau parsonage is American Federation of Arts, which Cotton, Robert Ross and James Nevius now pleasantly located with Mrs. Hal-li- e will meet at Washington D. C, May were in Stanford the past week for the 17 to 20th. Dunlap. Christian Endeavor Convention, Mrs. S. I). Turner, and attractive F. M. Tinder delivered the Hac- Elder Miss Mae Powell a young student at cataureate sermon tu the graduating little daughter, Anna Ilelle, have re- the Richmond Normal School has been turned to their home in Lexington after" complimented by being given a position elms of the iluenu Vista Consolidated a visit to Mrs. Turner's mother, Mrs. at the Graded School at Paint Lick. school on Sunday. Belle Austin, and daughter. Miss Nan Miss Powell is u recent graduate of the All will regret to hear that little Ruth nie Anderson. Lancaster High School and has always Waller Dickerson, the baby dnugliter She will The Iteverend W. M. Eldridge, Pres I anked well as a student. of Mr. ami Mrt. J. E. Dickersorj Is quite Bick of pneumonia. byterian preacher at Paint Lick, will teach the grades that have been taught by Miss Minnie Johnson, she having PresMesdames Joe Robinson. Frank preach the opening sermon at the recently resigned. Marksbury, Hubert Klkln and Miss byterian church In Perryville at the Presbytery which will Helen Gill motored to Lexington Sat- Transylvsnia OF ABRAHAM urday to see tho "Birth Of A Nation". convene nt that place for n three days' BRIDES-MAIgesinn, beginning April 18. Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith and Miss LINCOLN DEAD. Friday afternoon tho Womans Club Tommio Frinicia were present at a Mrs. Mary S. Woodrow, aged OS, sumptuous dinner at the home of Mrs. will meet in their club room as usual. M, II. Dudley, prior to their leaving Mrs. Elkin, the President, will be in died last week In Versailles. Mrs, the chair for tho business session. The Woodrow was a cousin of Mrs. Abraham the Presbyterian parsonage. in charge of Mrs. Joe program will bo Lincoln and was a bridesmaid at the The Hecord appreciates tho friends Kobinson, with American Pottery and wedding of the President and Mary it makes, one of its latest interested Ceramic Art as her subject. Todd. Sho was a sister of John T. reader is Mr. S. Goitaler, of New OrMr. and Mrs. John Sanders and Stuart, who was Lincoln's first law leans, who become acquainted with it She was born in Fayette laucrhler. Mr. Dave Sanders and family. partner. in tho home of Mis. Kate Berkele. Meesrs Frank and Cronley llroadt'us county near Walnut Hills, and was the were in Richmond Sunday for tho daughter of Kev. Robert Stuart, who funeral of Miss Lillie Leo Preuitt, of was one of ths first professors of old She was Kansas Citv. her body having teen Transylvania University. brought back to her former home for married many years ugo to Joshua Woodrow, of llillsboru, Ohio, and made interment. her home there until his death, when Lancaster friends will learn with In she came to Versailles to make her terest of the arrival of a handsome lit home with her niece. Sho had no sur tle sou, "Robert Kyland Jr", in the viving children. honu of Mr, and Mrs. Itobert Kyland Taliaferro in Chicago. The mother of a"n the new baby was, the attractive Miss a Nannie Gaines, formerly of this city, To place your umbrella In a rack in daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. S, Gainet. dicates that it Is about to change Thu marriage of Miss Tommie Colo owners; an umbrella carried over a Covington and Mr. William Preston woman, the man getting nothing but Millard, both of Richmond, ivy., was the drippings of the rain aiguilles solemnized Saturday morning at the courtship; when the man has thu umolliclatlng minister, brella nnd the woman the drippings, it residence of-t- ho Itev. I. J, Spencer. Miss Hester Cov- indicates marriage; to carry it at an ington, sister of the bride, and Messrs, angle under the arm signifies that an Cecil Simmons ard James Culton were eyo Is to be lost by thu man who fol tho witnesses to the marriage cere- lows you; to put a cotton umbrella by mony, after which the bride and bride- tho tide of a silk one means "exgroom left on the early train for Cin- change Is no robbery;" to lend an umcinnati. Thsy will resido in Richmond. brella may be Interpreted, "I am a fool," to carry an umbrella Just high Tartar -- Richmond Register. MidtfrimOriiM Misi Covington will be pleasantly re- enough to tear out men's eyes and PHOSPHITE membered here where she has visited knock oil men's hat signifies, "I am a NO ALUM-- NO woman." and we extend best wishes. Brief Mention cl the Comings ind Goings bylhoic Vt't Arc Interested In. Corn for sale. A. H. Bastin & Son. , Salt, Lime, Seed Oats nnd Coal at CARD OF THANKS. Garrard Milling Co. It. I wish to thank relatives and friends Fifteen-year old steer for sale. for their words of sympathy and kindly A. II. Bastio and Son. ministrations to me in my recent great Mrs, Cyrus Eason. bereavement. Let us send you n barrel of Lime. It Garrard Milling'Co. CARD OF THANKS. The season is on for Cement, Lime, Tojthe friends and neighbors who Sand Brick and Stone. came to us in the bereavment of our Garrard Milling Co. husband and father and contributed all Dahlias for sale, any color at home that human kindness could suggest we return heartfelt thanks. May God re or Curry's store. Mrs. It. C. Hamilton. ward you with friends as true in hours of need, when you grasp for the banish Hemp Seed wanted for fall delivery. ed hand or for the voice that is hushed A. M. Shely. Hotel, and still. or F. B. Marksbury. Mrs. J. C. Criscillis and family. 4 2 Wanted. SCHOOL NOTES. Do not fail to make allowance for slight exaggeration when hearing of pranks in school. Do not accuse the teacher of undue favoritism. If she is kinder to one child than to another it's because that one does not take advant age of the liberty allowed him. This is simple justice. Do not tell the the She teacher that Willie will not lie. mav know better. Do not condemn the teacher without a fair hearing. This is accorded to even the worst criminal There are usually two sides to the story, President W. G. Frost, of Berea Cob lege, has been appointed State Patron by a national organization endeavoring to improve character education in the public schools. Prof. Roscoe Gitmore Stott of Eastern State Normal, Is code writer for tho organization. A prize of $5,000 has been offered to the person writing the best. code for character in struction in the school, and Kentucky competitors may send their complica tions to either President Frost or Prof. Stott. bushels of Cultivated Hemp Seed for fall delivery. Phone Glass & Glass, Camp Nelson, Ky. 5000 For Sale. I J Kurtzmah upright piano, good as new for sale at low price. Address Glem Rickctts, Nicholasville, Ky. $550 d . New Store. ). Have just opened new store on Richat Back Creek. Will pay highest price for produce. Sam K"elley.2t mond pike Bank Slock For Sale. Will sell at public auction, next Mon day, county court day, two and one-ha- lf shares of Garrard Bank & Trust Company stock. Andrew Smith. Lancaster, Ky. For Sale. 1541 f acres ci land near Hyattsville and Kv, on Kfrksville pike, small hous Horse and printed at The Jack cards Central Record Office. Have your barn, plenty of timber to saw. This land will grow tho finest tobacco, beat quality of hemp and 15 barrels of corn to tho acre. If interested write. Pattie G. Hayden, Nicholasville, Kv. WARNING. D We hereby notify all parties that we will not allow any one to fish in our lake this season. Any one asking to Something About Truth. Truth Is something Infinitely great fish will positively be refused. Hughes Bros. er and more comprehensive than mere fact; it Is anything which records, reflects or symbolizes not only life NOTICE as it is, but llfo a3 It ought to bo, and Persons hiving claims against the as hopuiut faith believes It sometime, flomcwhero will bo tho opening of a assigned estate of Harry Ware will window toward Heaven. Caryl D. present same to me at onco properly Storrs. proven according to law. II. Clav KaulTman, Assignee. Anthrax Father of All Germs. The anthrax germ Is tho father ot KELLY SEED CORN. all germs slnco It was the first dlscoV' I have a limited number of bushels nf ercd by tho weak microscopes ot halt a century ago. That was becauso tho Kelly White Dent Seed Corn for sale. germ was so big. Tho microscopes . L. Kelly, $2.00 per bushel. could not show tho smaller germs. It Lancaster, Ky, was tho anthrax germ, therefore, that Route No. 1. led to tho development ot tho microbe theory which caused such an advance DO YOU KNOW In medicine. Was Thinker, Not Talker. Customer "I'vo boon cheated. I thought you said this parrot was a remarkablo bird." Bird Fancier "Tea, slr. What I said was that ho had been brought up In tho company of learnod mon, and was full of philosophy and ticuolarshlp. Ot courso, ha don't talk. Mero Idle words have no attraction for him. But bo's a remarkable parrot becauso he's a great Your old carpets and cast olf clothing make beautiful Rugs and that I will sell you at half price a combination Vacuum Cleaner and Sweeper to keep your rugs clean. mo. Fannie Bishop. lllz umbrella. DON'T KEEP HENS, Make Your Hens Keep You. thinker." Problem Balked Philosopher, It Is curious to recall that Herbert Spencer hoped to take out a patent fur n, "Dying machine." Only, bo bad given up as hopeless tho problem since solved by tho aeroplane, regarding it as Impossible to carry the r required for a and long flight. Ills Idea was suggested by tho principle ot the Lite, aud Involved tho drawing through ths air of an Incllnod piano by Iron attachod to au endless wiro ropo moved by stationary engines. motor-en-glu- e motor-powewlro-cord- s My Single Comb Brown Leghorns lay when eggs are high. Setting eggs 15 for 75 cents, 100 for $4.00 CASH. Erie C. Farra, Box 272, Lancaster, Ky. NOTICE. All persons having claims ugnnst the estate of T, D. Chcsnutt, deceased, will present same, properly proven to the undersigned. Those knowing them selves Indebted to deceased will come- forward and settls at once. J. T. and J. V. Cbesnutt, Lancaster, Ky, Administrators. POWDER Absolutely Pure if 1 Page 6 Stop At The The Central Record, Thursua ALL FASCINATED BY Mch 30 Iy i d. AINT LICK Gait House When In Louisville. EUROPEAN PLAN. WOMAN'S HAIR. Nerly every woman who his an ordi nary head nf hair can by giving it Juit a little attention have luxuriant hair, soft, flulTy and radiantly beautiful. It'a a Rood thing tokr ow this because hair preparations that put life and lustre into dull looking hair are rcarci, but it Is a fact known to nearly every druggist In America that Parisian Sage, a delight fully clean and refreshing tonic not only will make your hair look 100 per cent better but will quickly atop It from fall ing, rid it of dandrulT and acalp itch. It'a well worth n trial and R. E. Mc llobcrta who disposes of n great quantity of it will tell you so, and will refund your money If It isn't all you expect. Mrs. K. L. Woods was host at n din. Ing on Friday. Mr. 3lppetoe, nf Jackson, wns the week end guest of Miss Mary Mrs. Tom Logsdont-ntertHrd several veiling. couples at Hook on Thursday Mr. and Mrs. W T. Gngit. f Wucn Bids will be received bv the fiscal were here Sunday 10 tt.i.l u funeral court 0f Garrard County April 4th, 1916 OX Air. J. O 'tUCKer. fnr rei.lr,nir the fiitlnwlno-- ! Notice Olds Wanted In Garrard County Lr. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office at Ralney'i Lancaster, Livery Stable. Hlchmond whero h position in one of the gaiaae- nil. Ifcujr Liuiuge iru , h. r i ccwird in that for the year ending ir lirr Turnpikes n l Kentucky Kentucky December GOOD ROOMS FOR $1. PER DAY. and Low Price. Free Auto-Bu- s Turkish and Electric Bathes. Write for Reservations. Fine Dining Room with Excellent Service Meets Trains. city. Tne millinery openings o Sxturdi) The afternoon were a decided su 'c ladies Were t.ut in large i tunliers and the hats were admired rd lit delicious refreshments were enjovi to the highest degree. 1 Quarries will be County on sections where the county owns quarries, where none is owned by the county, contractor must furnish same. Said metal shall be broken suf ficietitlv fine to pass through a two inch Said ring at Its greatest diameter. metal shall be spread bv contractor be Iween 1st 191C, furnished by the Ii. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician GlaiMi riltad. Batisfaetlon laaranlMcl. J. GREENBERG, Manager. BLEUCHER gllrnt Bront !; Kecorrl i:w,i Hire;! fitllr ""rk 1:01';. 46158. lDOfi. Record 2:291, Trial 2:14. Half Brother to Lula Watts (2) 2:271. Trotter, Brown Stallion, about 15 hands, foaled Standard Registered Vol. 18. Dark Xlihl mm fira u( St. I iic? Srareli to o js u 3 u W lire ol Noonday llaht i iiriahtlltbt icon',. Dirt Win. jaw Great Hrood Mare. Harry MayH. f.tt'i. vip'i?W!,. te. HtiawbaritaiT'j, Meadnvr Jenny Clay I .1 Irani I dam of M). NorwiHH Hrook :0t)4, Kmma "ell" Ureat bruort mare Ijo1-,-. By Norwood Ilrook Zarrlne :") '"IJ Ilellbroot Wlltra I'M. 3 its. J:to,cte. . ... Mokn HIV Illarou of II IInJMO.ete. Kllii-or iirrtMia York 8lr . .. ..1 J:iHi. Clajo Ftrno ht itralhmoru l.w. Dam of niitnp 1:e3'4'. Halite Hello 11) IMIll UI IHI flu, I, 4, a:l7) Iileiichtr aim1;, 'liter Hllk (II W:m Monrlco (S) lMTZ SmlV tr. 3:17: out of a half 1 Wllke. ISUtMo.,.1 n. i.ii :w. etc!. liter to Slleut Brook rliM.i.Jls4 ! 81 eofl'arl Wllke. H4 Betty Ula Half Ulster ti Milan, I Liih, !?! II Itdr.v flaw l nrooKjrio. rie.iaie.uiay illS:JVj. anil Lilly Clay Pam of MMent Brook KeddloClay l) uaiu in noeii; l:l'j. ete. S:iV; ilami of Aleyon- - ml, l:n w. Silent Brook 19769, 2:16, sire of Billv Burk 2:031. Meadow Brook 2:06,, Shawbay 2:071, Zarrine 2:071, Betty Brook 2:09. Emma Brook 2:091 I.ady Belibrook 2:10, Butter Brook 2:101, Silent Brigade (2) 2:101, Margaret Bathgate ill- - dam, Jenny (4) 2:111, etc Sired dam of Chatty Direct (4) 2:071. etc Clay, also produced Reddie Clay 2:251, and was grandam of Prue 2:21. Moko 24457, aire of Fereno 2:05 (winner Kentucky Futurity.) Brenda Yorke (3) 2:081. (Futurity winner) (5) 2:041. Native Belle (2) 2:071 (Futurity (champion 3 year-olwinner) (3) filly.) Manrico (3) 2:071 (Futurity win ner,) Silver Silk (4) 2:08, Susie N. (3) 2:09 (Futurity winner.) Gimoko 2:10, Mobel 2!101. Mochester 2:101, Momaster 2:11, Siliko (3) 2:11 (Futurity winner) etc. Sired dams of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting stallion.) Vito (4) 2:09, Martha Tipton (4) 2:091. O'Neil (3) 2:131, etc. Brother to Bumps 2:03, Baron D. 2:10, etc. Bleucher 46158, record 2:29, trial mile 2:14, half In 1:06. last quarter in 32 seconds, is a handsome seal brown horse, and will weigh 1100 pounds. He greatly resembles his good sire Silent Brook and is out of Clayo, by the great Futurity aire Moko. Foreign demand has exhausted the supply and we may expect better prices for our horses In the future. Our advice to mare owners is to breed their mares and to breed them to stallions of merit and proven worth as sires. Bleucher is just the type to produce the colts that will supply the demand. His colts have proven fine, with, nice head and neck and plenty of bone and conformation. This great trotting Stallion will make the season of 1916 at my stable in Lancaster, Kentucky, at d $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Barlowe. I will also stand this beautiful my stable in Lancaster, Ky.. Shet- land Stallion for the season of 1916 at at Coll. $10. To Insure A Living I am prepared to take care of marea on grass at 10 cents a day. for service fee. Lien re tained on col to Money due when mare ia traded or parted with. accidents but not responsible should any occur. Care taken to prevent ' W. B. BURTON, Lancaster, Ky. Phone 95.' REX McD. 6597 Black Stallion; foaled 1911; about 16 hands high. Hex lielimirk Sill.. Hex McDonald M3 m to t.i,ry Mad iCrigleri lleuiuark. i Mare by Hiar of the Wot lliaek B'inlrrel Ml. SUruby OI.I.Hiar lluI. Montroie llrrl. Ortfi lio.o i;uo Ortli Belle 4th dam 7JI5 . Molll. hy Aarlou Tenulug. Inn .m. ilea. l. iliT. DuluihChltflaiu 3W. Mill hi are by ... Mini Ho.e by Urennon. It can be seen by the pedigree that this horse belongs to a family of champions, his sire. Hex McDonald being the world a champion of champions. On his dam's side he traces to Montrose who was champion for eighteen years. This horse has the finest shoulders and withers that I have ever seen, splendid bone, short back. His neck, head and ears are in the right place. He also has the best shoulder motion uhd hock action of any horse that I have ever had in my stable. HLX McD. ia a show horse in harness as well as un ler the saddle. You can not make a mistake in breeding your good mares to this horse. He will make the season At $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. I will also stand my walking stallion, GAY BOYD. At $10. To Insure Living Colt riUNCE ALBERT, one of the best CLYDESDALE stallions in Ken. tucky will also make the neason at my barns at the low price of $10.00 to Insure a living colt This is the kind to breed to for mule mares and farm horses. At the same time and place will also stand two extra good JACKS at 110.00 each to Insure living colts. All this stock will make the present season at my farm near l'alnt Lick, Ky. Mares will be kept on grass at reasonable rates and every care taken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. N. W. ROGERS. rW-Pa- nt Lick Exckttf e. Paint Lick, Kentucky. antsville and Sugar Creek pike with rods of rock. Section No. I. Bryantsville and Cane tery. relatives here. Run pike with rods of rock. Mrs. T. K. Watson is the guest of Section No. 5. Buena Vista and Sigi of Good Digestion her sister, Mrs. Will Lackey at Lao- Kentucky river pike with rods of rock. caster this week. When you see a chetrful and happy Section No. C. fromC K. Poindexters Miss Blanche Harnett, of Hustonville old lady you may know that she has shop to I. M. Dunn's gate with rods has been the attractive guest of Miss good digestion. If your digestivn is of rock. Elizabeth Matheny. DisUict No. 3. Section No. 1. Buck impaired or it you do not relish your eye pike from McCreary to Buckeye Mrs. James Mershon, of Lebanon meals take a dose of Chamberlain' rods of rock. Junction, has returned home after a Tablets. They strengthen the stomach, Post Office with Section No. 2. Buckeye pike from improve the digestion and cause a visit to relatives here. Mrs. J. H. Gaines, of Mill Station gentlement movement of the bowels. Buckeye Post Office to Kentucky river rods of rock. with who has been the guest of Mrs. Nellie Obtainable everywhere. Section No. 3 Poor Ridge pike from Ballou, has returned home. Buckeye pike to pleasant Hill school Optlmlstlo Thought. Mrs. W. H. Jones and son, Howard, rods of rock. It waj Rudolph of Hapsburc who house with of Winchester, are the guest of her Section No. 4. Poor Ridge pike from aid: "It la better to govern a country mother. Mrs. Lucy Holtzclaw. Pleasant Hill school house to Kentucky well than to enlarge Its boundaries." Mrs. Charles Higgins, of Richmond, rods or rucx. river wun was here a short time this week on nis Section No. 5. Kirksville pike from way to Mt. Vernon on business. Hyattsville to top of West Hill with rods of rock. Miss Belle Denny and brother, R. G. Section No. C from top of West Hill Denny attended the burial of Mrs. Ed. to Madison County line with rods of Walker at Paint Lick last week. Dr. A. S. Price, who haa been con- - A woman bank robber, who rides a rock. Section No. 7. Tealersville and fined'to his bed for several weeks on horse and uses a slishooter. la operatBradshaw Mill pike from Tealersville account of illness, is able to be back at ing In Oklahoma. to Paint Lick creek with rods of his office. rock. "Send us a few frankfurters. We Mrs. Lelia B. Cook has returned home Section No. 8 from Kirksville pike to from Raleigh, N. C, where she has haven't seen one In mouths," writes a Nina with rods of rock. been the guest of her niece, Mr. Bes- London gtrl to a New York friend. District No. 4. Section No. 1. Fair- sie Tyree. Deaf nineteen years, a Hartford view church to Paint Lick station with Mr.,and Mrs. S. J. Tatem, of Crab (Conn.) man put a telephone receiver rods of rock. Orchard went to Louisville this week, to his ear as a Joko and found be Section No. 2. from double where Mrs. Tatem will purchase her could bear. on Richmond pike to Cartersville with line of spring millinery. rods of gravel. girl was willed by A Section No. 3. Fall Lick pike from It. C. Englemen, who suffered a her parents to a New York pollcemau stroke of paralysis sime weeks ago is and his wife, and tho court has given Crab Orchard pike to Elmore's gate rods of rock. with able to be out and around, his many her to them. Section No. 4. from Elmore's gate to friends are glad to learn. A gtrl mill hand won the honor of end of pike with rods of rock. Mr. and Mrs Hnwman Owens, Mrs. being "local artist" at a I'atcrson IN. Section Nc. C. Lowell and Gillispie Sam Owens and Miss Ruch Tanner, of J.) music festival In April over twenty-eigh- t pike with rods of rock. contestants. McKinney, were is Lexington Irst Section No. ft. Paint Lick and White week to Bee the "Birth of a Nation". Lick pike with rods of gravel. That cows get drunk In Michigan on Section No. 7. Point Leavell and Mexsrs. J. II,. and It. It. Hocker, and fermented ensilage and their milk gives rods of rock. Miss Sura Hocker, of Kansas City, Mo., babies a tusto for alcohol Is the com- Goocli ike with Section No. 8. Walker Lane pike art the guest of their brother, Mr. plaint to the state dairy commissioner. rods of gravel. with Jesse Hocker and mother, Mrs. Peggy Decline of musical comedy due to The bids will be on sections but bid Hocker. Mia. AnnaTraub, wifeof .lohnTrauh, 'ne;v styles lu womcn'a dreas, which der will not be restricted to one section. ninko It unnecessary to attend theater Said bids shall be sealed and a bond of Oitenheim section, died last Friday (o see a show, says Kansas City will be required for double the amount and wan laid to rest in the German of the bid and said bond shall be ap Reformed church yard after seJvfcesby proved by the fiscal court, and said bid Rev. .1. G. Hosshart GERMAN TELLS WONDERS der will present with his bid the name The Severe windatorn which raged OF AN ARTIFICIAL ARM of his proposed surety or sureties. The over.thu section of thu state Wednesbidding shall be wr rod of 225 cubic day did great darrage in various secand contractor will be lequiivd to tions .f Lincoln coucty. The large Invention of American Enabtsa Wound-- feet comply witli his contract otherwise his to Writ and Do Oth. r Things. stock barn on the farm of Pool Perkins bond will be declared forfeited. All was hl'wn down and is a total toss. bids must be filed with the County Dr. Max Kohn of Berlin, who lost Judge on The Yiaing Ladies Sewing Circle was or before April 3rd 191G. The entertained at the home of Mra, Belle his left arm In battle, recently deliver- fiscal court reserves tte right to reject PeiMns, on Wednesday afternoon hy ed a lecture In Vienna beforu a large any und all bids. Mm, Joase H. Perkins. The afternoon gathering of physicians to demonstrate tho W. A. Doty, of tho was most pleasantly spent and much arm. wondersIngenious Carnes artificial This Invention la namCounty Road Engineer. needle work done. Elaborrate ed after Its Inventor, an American. were served. Dr. Kohn showed the physicians how The Eighth District Convention of the Carnes arm took tho place of the the Christian Endeavors was held in last member In most wonderful fash this city Friday, Saturday and Sunday ion, no saowcu now tne arm can turn and twist, how It can reach In cf last week. A very interesting any direction hold of obwas rendered, Delegates were ject with thoand take facility any any same as here from all societies In the district as natural arm and band. Tho physician well M prominent C. E. workers. The also demonstrated to hU audience how convention closed Sunday night with a readily bo could open and close an umMissionary Pageant at the Presbyterian brella, the facility with which ho couia write with the artificial member, church. put the hand In liLs pocket and take out loose change, put bis gloves on. Rank Foolishness. etc. He could tako off bu coat or 1 Youoccaslonally.ee It stated that I Pn,,t ".C. col s do not result from cold weather. the mechanism which controlled the In amounts of That Is rank foolishness. Were it true ( movement of the hand aud lingers colds would be as prevalent in midsum- - and said with on artificial arm of this and up. iner as in midwinter. The microbe ) type no Inconvenience or annoyance that causes colds nourishes in damp, WM experienced. The Invention U becoldjweather. To get rid of a cold lake ,nif used to "'eI,Illc' amputated arms ua l.ue Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. .cruian nospltala. It is ai" effectual and is highly recommended by TS.l'SS people who have used It for many year. Citizens National Bank. afflctcd for ,fo now atteBd , tb as occasion required, and know Its ajal work and business as before and cap value. Obtainable everywhere. Kentucky. even return to the front if need Iml Lancaster. ,. Mrs. C. E. Willinma and is- - Geneva Rests With Oneself. Everyone has a fair turn to ba as Hucker, of Madiaon, IndmiH, Mr and groat ns be pleases. Jeremy Collier. Mrs. Jonas Hucker, nf Richmond, Messrs. James and Roger Hucker, of Lexington and Hume Hucker, f Louisville, were called home the past week STANFORD by the illnes and death of tneii father, Mrs. W. B- - O'Bannon is the guest of Mr. I. C. Hucker. .Mrs. W. T. West at Lancaster. We regret to record the delh of one Mrs. John Sam Owsley is visiting of Paint Lick's mostestimab'e citizens, that of Mr I. C. Hucker. wh.H death Mrs. Hichard Hush in Lexington. came suddenly and unexpectedly Tues Mrs. T. W. Jones and Miss Elizabeth day evening of paralysis, allho hi had Jones were in Louisville last week shop- - been In declining health fur several ping. months. Air. Hucker wai Ixirn in Clark Mr. Mary C.'aig Hayden, of Paris, county in 1817. With tlie txception of is the guest of her aunt, Mrs. Mary a few years spent in Lunci-ie- r h lived Craig. the greater portion of hm lift-- at Paint Miss Lucile Gastineau spent the week Lick. In 1867 he was utiiieil in mar end in M.'d'llesboro with relatives and riage to Miss Bird Grigg-i- , wln together with five sons, Messrs Jonm Rucker friends. Mrs. J A. Allen tins been confined of Richmond, James and Roger Hucker Uui-ville, to her home for several days on account of Lexington, Hume Hucaerof O. C. Hucker of this place and o: illness. four daughters, Mrs. C. E. Williams of is Mns. G. It. Turley, of Richmond, Madison Indiana, Mrs. James Conn of the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Robert Lancaster, Mrs. G. M. Treadway und T. Bruce. Miss Chastine Hucker survive him. For Mrs. Julia Hughes is visiting her fifty years he was a faithful consistent daughter, Mrs. E. T. Carter at Evans member of the Methodist church and ville, Ind. ever delighted in the service of God's Mrs. Logan McCall spent severaldays House Funeral services were held at in Louisville last week with relatives the home Sunday afternoon by his pas and friends. tor. Rev. Carmichail asiisted by Rev. Miss Mae Scott, of Covington, is the W. M. Eldridge and Hev. C. S. Ellis, guest of Miss Ellen Scott and other wun interment in tne Lancaster ceme WALL PAPER 15TH AND DECEM BER 1ST In. It to tss room, wfc.l elotn.. sr. tooccapantsa. It r(lctl Ik. till, ol Ik. aiwl .it.Uiih.l Ikair Sodtl lUaJini. OCTOBER unless 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 o(T In sections as follows 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. Buckeye pike from Lancaster to McCreary with rods of rock. Section No. 5. Old Danville pike to Bruce's bridge with rods of rock. becticn No. G. Crab Orchard pike to Gilberts Creek bridgi with roils of rock. Section No. 7. from Gilberts Cre bridge to Lincoln County line with rods of rock. Section No. 9. Richmond pike from Lancaster to Hyattsville with rods of rocl(. Section No. 10. from Hyattsville to Fairvicw church with rods of rock. District No. 2. Section No. 3. Bry Alfred Vents "Prize" Wnll Papers ara a.lact! for tk.lr anltlla .ml Jmrallra wonK arul .T.nr palt.nl will Wt muiim-tio- n no m.ttr In pries. 1 Inipwl lli.M bnalifal J.ilisl la iV. room, la W Ins onlr t.fa w.r. Tna book, "llosi. Dcofstloa" .saws kow lsy look spon tna wall.. 1 Lars MMrlMst l '.alias aai ular Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRobfrts. pPrJ, M. J. PATRICK, Kentuoky. M. la, at Erua.t aalar prK.s. cWrfsllr Isial.UiL WHITE & RIDDLE. Paint Lick, Ky. Dentist. Paint Liok. Lawson Chapel. John M. Casey, D. V. Get busy people its ganlen time. Prayer meeting at Steve Sutton's Graduate Cincinnati Vclcrinnry Friday. CoIIorc. Mrs. John Beazlcv is very III at this Office at W. II. Burtcn's Sale Stable. writing. Night Phone 211. Mr. Harve Pain is some better at writing. this Mr. and Mrs. Harrison GolTney mov ed to their new home last Friday. Mr. Eph Hammack was the pleasent FUNERAL DIRECTOR guist of Mr. Oilie Johnson lastSunday Ofllce Over National Hank. A very large crowd was reported at Mr. Tate Sowders Friday night at Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 prayer meeting. LANCASTER. KY. Mrs. Jim Coldiron and Mrs. Charley Dillon spent the day with Mrs. John Beazley last Friday. For All Kinds or Mr. and Mrs. Steve Sutton were the guest of their parents, Mr. and Mrs, George Sutton, Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Edd Port wood and Mrs. see Josie Rogers were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Beazley last Sunday. Veterinary Surgeon. J. A. Beazley ROUGH LUMBER. True Belief. To hone and not to ba Imnatlant la Phone really to believe. Meredith. 229. G.C.C0X, Manse,Ky - Some Queer Ones Full directions for maalna and us coma la ach box of flarbo Compound. It will srmduallr dark.n streaked, ftdad (rar hair, and r.mora dandruff. It la xel-la- nt for fatllnc hair and will mak harsh hair soft and clour. It will not color th scalp, la not atickr or ITaar, and doa mot M. K. Denny aid W. A. Wider RECIPE iOR CRAT HAIR. DkIitj Of Deakl Svfery. To halt pint of wat.r add 1 ox. Bar Rum. a small box ot Uarbo ComDound. Omcs Storm. BalldlagcT! Hart A Xnitt and U oi. of gljrnrtn. Apply to in hair son's aroltor Slor. twlca a wek until It boomaa th daalrvd shad. Any dnu ttat can put this up or LANCASTER. KENTUCKY; rou caa mil It at bom at voir lltUo cost. TREES No Agta rak off. ' toll-gat- e NUII Fruitand Shade Trees Strawberry Plants, Shrubs. Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox. Peonies Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. 1841. 1010 More Silo Less Money Mate no deal for a silo without getting our figures and natures. Wa more and better anchorage, launcher door frame. Steel-hingefour-latc- h door. Steel step ladder, step every IS inches. Better compare tiro construction throughout pro-gia- MONEY The undersigned hereby enve warn. Ing tu all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever a we will prosecute all offenders to ful list extent of law. Hunters and. Fishermen oapecially take notice. Ed&NIU'nce It. L. Elk in W. R. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. II. O. Arnold. James O. Cnnn. J. C. Morgan, J. P. Rland. Lone Ilros J. II. and W. S. Weaver J. Hoolh Sutton. W. T. West. W. L Lawson and son. Howard Klnif. Miss Carrie Iloulden, J. II. RlRsby. J. C. Rlirsby. John Richardson, A. C. Miles. J. H. Woods. J. II. Thompson, Jno. M. Farra. U. L. Kelly. David Steven. Erank'Thompson. S. C. RlRsby. D. M. Anderson. J. II. Thompson. Davis button Am and Ed Ilourne. Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Dav nn,l,l..rr Jerry Wand. We will add other namea fnr POSTED t. cash. 9r..n. TO LOAN $2,500 Get Our Prices Before You Buy Our d;ra slilpmtnf ol stsv an J ta. Mr., and sasauw MUuif sad oparsbaf apaM nssaa mora .Jo for las, men. Utaa my suo companr caa sir. yv. An You i Woman? I .i.'lV."' on Farm Lands W. mm tt fitwttt ullk It m Cardui Tin Wonta's Tonic FN SALE AT TbTS' F. CHAMP, KENTUCKY SILO CO. W. P. Ktncaid, Mgr. Stanford, Ky. ML MWMRTS n The Central Record, Thursday Men 30 1916. Hank Elwood's A Page 7 Smith Lung Tonic. Relief For Lung Troubles, Coughs, Colds, Hoarsn ess, Whooping Cough Conversion By EDITH V. R03S The Heroine Of My Story Dy ESTHER VANDEVEER Bronchial Soreness Affection. anil Lung Contnlns no Dope nor Tar 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 Hank i:iwood one evening utood nt the door of bin home looking out on his broad ncreo. There were tho farm, well Mocked, nnd crop Just sprltmlng from the ground; thero was tho lioiie. well funilihcil for one of Itn kind, Hut Itauk was the only person In It. llnnk hail nlwaya so fur fought shy of women. Ho wni not a student of feminine human nature, nnd lie thought all sluglo women did little elso tlmri sot snares for unmarried men. 'lint ho felt 1 Stormes' Drug Store, Lancaster. Head what others any about the Lung Tonic Belief. Falrrouth, Ky., Sept. 7th, 1914. Mr. Kllia Holmca, of MeKlnncyspurg, Ky.. who six yeara uro had been at the tubercular hospital In Cincinnati four months, antl waa Riven to underflanil he coulj not live, came to his home nt McKlnneysburg despondent nnJ out of hope, expecting nothing but to die. Mr. Orie MrKinney persuaded him to get one Ration of Smith's Lung Tonic. Six months thereafter ho was well and his brother aya today that ho has never been troubled with his lungs since. Numerous cases have been cured In thla county with like results. ) for a story that I was weaving, with her for the heroine. She was refined looking and comely. Quite likely her husband had left her in ovcrty, and lonely. she was eking out n miserable exlt-eur'Til ought to have a woman." he by hammering n tyisjwrlter from said to hlmnelf. "Hut whnr urn gnlii' morning tilt night. I wondered If the Ile.ldes, women nre n sleek looking man I saw In nn to tlnd one? nintmikeroim lot. mid I iliuuio but If I room, who feemed to be the mnnager, hail n wife and If be would Khould git one I'd wish I lindn'l." Hut I lank w as desperate. He went not fall In love with the widow and down to Mm, Hlakeley s, nil excellent make her comfortable. Hut when he friend of his, nnd nl(l to her: arose from his desk and stood with "Moll, I want you to tlnd mc n wife. his hands In bis poekcta looking out I'll tell you Jl.t whnt Kind of n gnl I through the window I changed the wnnt. Shu mii't lie direction of my romance nnd Imped "Hunk." Interrupted hN friend. "If If be did fall In love with the widow I did lilm. I'm golif to reeommeuil n gnl to J on she would you'd better take her on my xny not like the expression on his face. You don't know anything nbout wo There wns something malignant In It. o Sitting at my desk ono balmy vprlng morning, rather than work I looked out through the oeti window. At a window opposite n woman perhaps midway between twenty-liv- e nml thirty sat at n typewriter writing letters from stenographic notes. She was tlrvwed In mourning. A sign of widowhood furnished food f1 mABERT the national joy smoke is jimmy pipes and makin's tobacco for the real cigarettes Tobtccw Co men." , I know enough to keep "Don't 1 clear of one of the kind to slubber nil over n man liefure she'H married nnd after the knot' tied to Jump on lilni nnd bus. the whole Job. FOR BRONCHITIS, WHOOPING COUGH, CROUMOUGHS AND GOLDS Make the Best Remedy at I Ionic If everything was sold In as liberal and fair a manner as tlio below named drutf giits are tellinit ixhlllmann's New Concentrated Expectorant, abwilutclv no cjuk? for complaint or dissatisfaction could possibly arise from anyone. '1 heiu this rem-say tlruitts My it "Buy a bottle jfWhoopingi for HroncliitK Jy and CouJIi, Scveic Couiih, Croup or any Uronchla! Affection, and e will return e do with your moiwy, Jut the same a Schiftmann's famous Aslhtnador, if It does not fiive satisfaction, or if not found the best remedy ever imtl for any of Why not take adthese complaints." vantage of this guarantee and try this medicine, and get your money back, rather than buying another purely on the exaggerated claims of its manufacturer or on the strength of testimonials from others and run the chance of getting something worthies and also wasting your money? 128 Tcaspoonsful for50 cents. In buying this remedy, besides securing an absoljiu guarantee of Its cfliciency from these druggists, you also get about eight times as much medicine ns you would in buying must any of the ready-madkinds, which acr-ag- o to 33 tcajpuonsfvl, because from BUc worth i;inkM n whole pint (128 when mixed at home with pint of sugar and one-hal- f simply one of water. T! u remedy positively does not contain chloroform, opium, morphine or any other narcotic It is pleasant to take and children arc fond of It. You will be the iole judge, and under this positive guarantee absolutely no risk is run In buying this remedy. Druggists everywhere are authorized to sell it under the same guarantee as Schiffmann's famous Asth-madof "Money Hack" If not perfectly satisfactory. R. J.Schilfmann, Proprietor, Saint Paul, Minn. Guaranteed hero by Ky. C. C. & J. K. Stormes, THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. Surplus $30,000. A. It JENNY, President J. E, ST011MES, Vice Pres't, E. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. K. T. wSllillY, Aas't Cashier. J. U GlIX, Safety Samual Oeposit WE SOLICIT" Boxes YOUIt For Rent. I1USINESS. 1). Cochran, Alex K. Denny. J. II. Posey, J. E. Stormes, S. C. Denny. J. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Director. W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Capital $50,000. Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ollice Phone 18. Residence Phone 3U. for nillkln. and washln' dishes wouldn't spoil, 'em." "How about her disposition V"I linln't had time yet to make no observations ns to that, but she seems to bu good natured enough. What do you think of her?" "I? I thought you was to deeldo the matter for yourself, you know so mudi about women. What use would It be for mo to tell you she wasn't the kind of a woman you want? Would you pay nrty attention to me I" Hank admitted that be had con II denco In himself In knowing what ho liked and what he didn't like, but If there was any defect In the girl he saw no reason why he should not 1k Informed of it. "There' notliln' the matter with her, so far ns I know," was tho noncommittal reply. Hut llnnk did not con sider It noncommittal. Ho mnde up to I.lzzle, ns her nuut culled her, nnd did a bit of courting, but be found her coy nnd not illspovd to permit lilm to be familiar. "She's the gnl for me," wild Hank' to the nunt one day. "I tried to kiss her. nnd tdio wouldn't let me do It. Thero' enfety In that kind of n gal. After a tuan'H married to her he don't nlways feel miKurtlu about her every lime a good lookln' mnu comes round." "That' all liosh." said his friend. Hank, finding that I.lzzle would not permit coolug, assumed that he mut He first mako Ills Intentions known. wus In it hurry to get some one Into his home and was much pleased with her. . One evening ho called nt Mrs. The uunt was washing dishes and the niece wns wiping them. On Hauk'a arrival Lizzie threw down ber dishcloth, took oil her kitchen npron nnd Joined tho visitor on the porch. Mrs. Hlakeley went on with ber work. Lizzie had been with limit n few minutes when her nuut heard her break out Into n gulTnw. "Aunt Molly," she cried, "whnt dy'e think? Mr. i:iwood wants me to. mar-- ' Blake-Icy'n- "Oh, you do. do you? Well. I'll tell you what I'll do: I'm cXiectlu n mere of mine from the east to vllt me next week. You kin eomo In here ns much ns you like while she' here, nod iuol be j oil enn git her. She wnutH to git bnd. Hut lt'n my married pnnt-rfu- l opinion you'd better let me pick out u wumnu for you mid go In blind on my recommend." "Itccknn I'll couio In urn! see your niece. If notlilti' conies of It niebbe I'll try your lnn." When the tileee enmc she proved to bo n strapping lnot, with a pair of rosy cheek, and she ininle a dead set for Hank. Her voice was n low contralto, Miinerluies with the tone of a man' She wan rather awkwnrd, and her linlr n int ' short, which she explulned by stntlng that khe bnd bad a fever nnd It lind all como out. "Whnt do you think of her" nsked Mrs. Illnkeley. "I think sho'd make n good farmer's wife," replied Hank. "She Im't ono of tho kind to Kit round nnd look purty. Them hands of ben arc specially titled My story seems to lie coming out ns I first pin n mil It. While 1 was dreaming this afternoon. Instead of attending to business, ns I should have done, the man In the next room to the widow tapied n toll. Tho young widow arose nnd. taking up her stenographic Implements. dsnpiMnred to reapicar In his room. Taking a ke.it lieslde him. she took down several different dictations. Then when she was iilmut to leave he said something to her that causisl her to resume her seat. From bis averted gazo and the expression on tho man's face I knew that ho was making love to her. And I also I knew knew from something. not what but any woman will understand what I mean Hint there was no response to what be was saying. When he censed to speak she arose nud he took her band, but sho gently drew It nniiy and, without u word, left the room. At her own window she faced niu Just long enough for me to sec that she was not pleased. I have now been watching the widow for a week, and It U evident that sln can marry any of tho men connected Willi the otllco she chooses, for they all seem to be In love with her. I don't blame them, for If I wero a man, and not miserably poor, ns I am. I would march straight over to the yilco where . sue works mm firupuso lo uer What troubles mo Is that she won't do what I want her to da I have heard from authors that their charac ters are at times very obstinate, and now I tlnd n case In point. There Is a man who I think would make her n good husband. He comes In to the of. tlc evidently on buslucss nnd never fulls to get n few words with her. She treats htm with great consideration, but I can sec from the expression of bis face lie always faces the window when he talks to her Hint her replies to what be says nre dlsapjiolntlng iiiyf-eu- ....... hec-aw- different, such a fine flavor, so cool and cheerful and friendly, you'll get a new idea of smoke joy I The patented process fixes that and cuts out bite and parch And this little preachment is also for men who think they're on tho right track. All to be said is that the sooner you lay out a nickel or a dime for a supply of Prince Albert, the sooner you'll make a discovery that'll be worth a lot to your peace of mind and Boy Pnnn Atltrt alt oetr thmttoiliattluottdl Toppjrrtd tongue taw: Set tidy rid tin; Wet poand and tin hamidorw and that tlatty Get the idea of smoking all you want pound humidor without a comeback rAar's P. A.! mrA top 1 1 d For men who got away to a false start on a pipe or home-mad- e cigarettes Prince Albert has a word or two for what ails their smokeappetites! Forget you ever tried to smoke, for Prince Albert is so Get a Fresh Start! rytal-giat-a 0. O. mm. tilt tt mtloiadml lU. KJt nt ....... amen fina Mhapt that kompt thm aluaji tobacco in R.J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO COWin.ton.Slem,N.C J.lr 3M. 1M7." kkt tut mtU ihraa mm taaka pion wton ana Florida - Cuba - New Orleans IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OF THE SOUTH. FOR FULL INFORMATION, LONG RETURN LIMIT. STCP 0VEJ1S. H. C. KINC, Pauenger and Ticket W. A. BECKLER, General Pastenser Agent, APPLY TO NEAREST TICKET AGENT OR VVRITC Acent, 101 Eait Main Street, Lcxln.ton, ICy. Cincinnati, Ohio This morning there was n vcouo the manager nnd the widow. lie said sotiietlilng to her that sent her out of Ids room. Uo followed her to her desk, where she was putting on her w raps, nnd he doubtless ntiologlzed, for sue took off her bat, which she had put on, and wns evidently pacified. It is my opinion that the reason the widow won't nuirry any of her Milters Is that ber heart Is hurled In a grave. I wish she would marry my favorite, but (.ho evidently gives him no encouragement. Ho stood In one of the windows facing me this morning, nud I so longed to give hlui encouragement to persevere that I looked It, and I'm afraid I smiled. I am very much displeased with myself. The widow's suitor ut whom I smiled encouragement cuuie Into the otllco this morning, and I'm sure bo made n pretense of business In ordei to see me. Tho manager brought him up to mc and Introduced lilm, saying tu mo that he had recommended me to (ho man as one who would do some work for blm. Tho stranger was very polite uud has n winning way. I shall never make a uoelist, that's certain. My story of the widow turned out entirely different from what I Intended. It was ull ber fault. The man I wanted ber to marry ho would not have, and what do you think? 1 had to console blm by marrying blm myself. It seems that 1 wus entirely mistaken In my assumptions with re gard to lilm. lie was n cousin of hers. though more like a brother. He says that he one day caught sight of niu at my window uud nfler that used to como to see his cousin In order to sec me. I tell lilm I can't swallow that. Hut tho widow. I'uto was doing One things without my knowledge. morning n man In tho uniform of an olllccr of merchant marluo burst Into her room and caught her In his anus. She seemed to bo 111 u swoon for a tluic: then she cried over blm and caressed lilm, and I was sure he was her husband come to life. And so bo wiiu. His vessel had beeu wrecked somewhere on the African coast, nnd nil on board bad Iieen cither lost or made slaves. It wns a long while beforo ho attained his liberty, to learn that bo had beeu reported dead. That was tho last 1 saw of his wife as n typewriter, though now wo are ...... Mr STANDING GUARD OVER THE WHOLE EAMHY IK, ....... ....... 7 The laxative tablet with the pleasant taste Protects every member of the Si JUDSON Mr. George Kay Is on the tick list. Mr. Jim Foster la III at this writing. Mrs. Lizzie Adams visited Mrs. John Simpson Friday. Mr. Sim Ituy visited Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Kay, Saturdey. Mrs. Sam Clark and daughters were tho guest Mrs. Will Grimes, Tuesday. Mrs. Susie Matthew and daughter, visited Mr. and Mrs. John Simpson, Wednesday, Mr. and Mrs. Luther Smith and Miss Ilemle Kay were the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dee Clark. Sunday Mrs. AddieSunpson and Lillian Tumor while returning from Mrs. Hen Lane last week wero thrown from a horse and were hurt very bad. How To Prerent Croup. femilyfrom Constipation-th- e enemy of good health We have the exclusive telling rights for this, great laxative Surplus $50,000. r Common Sense SEVEN STEPS TO SUCCESS. j Intelligence I Good Cheer I hconomy Perseverance Hard Work The door marked "Success" will awing wide open to u person who courageously takes these seven steps. You will need llrst-clas- s banking connections. We ore here to serve you well and faithfully. Lizzie had lifted htr skirts above her knee", showing a pair of trousers under them, nnd wiis rescinding to tho proposal by a clog dance. ry lilm." Tho woman went outside. Lii -- "Ileckou you don't kuow no much about women, llnnk, ns you think yon do. I.lzzlu Is a boy." WhereuiKiu Lizzie took off the rest of her feminine upparel and nppeared us n youth of eighteen. Hank stood looking on this exhibi tion for a few minutes nppnllcd. Then turning on his heel bo went back to Ids farm. The ftt&xaJUL Stan R. E. McROBERTS & SON. Mr. and Mrs. J. Hogan Aallard and Mrs. E. H. Ballard spent Friday in Miss Dessie Caldwell opened a select Lexington and attended the 'Birth of a Nation." school hero Monday. Mrs. It. I. Burton and children, Mrs. Mr. J. C. Williams sold a pair of E. II. Ballard. Miss Maymo Ballard, mules to Jerry Peters for $255. Mr, and Mrs. J. Uogan Ballard were Miss Mary Ellen Farley has been in Lancaster, Monday, tu see "The spending a few days in Jessamine, Battle Cry of Peace." Miss Josephine Moss of NIcliolasvillo Mr. James B. Leavell is in Fort Smith Sunday with Mrs. C. C. Decker, spent Ark., visiting his daughter, Mrs. M. It. Mrs. J. C. Williams and children are Smith. His little grandson, William, spending the week In Louisville with who was so seriously ill with spinal relatives. meningitis, Is reported much better. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Doner of Nichol-asville- , Among those from here who went to spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Lexington last week to see "The Birth C. C. Becker. of a Nation" were Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Walker of Lan- Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Davis. Mrs caster, were guests of Mr. and Mr. J. J. Williams, Mrs. Elizabeth Burgess. Uogan Ilallard, Thursday. Miss Eliza Ison, Mrs. M. 0. Kennedy, Mr. A, T. Scott has purchased the Miss Flossie Mae Sutton, Dr. Mont general merchandise store of his broth- gomery, Noah Marsee, Jr., and Wilbur er, Mr. T. M. Scott at lluen Vista. Scott. Messrs Fred Sutton. J. C. Williams and Noah Marsee Jr. witnessed the School "Ilattle Cry of Peace" at Lancaster. Miss Mayme Lee Ilallard came homo C Friday after spending two weeks In r LI II. lit. iHr,uH,lkA.liu..l tvt ri ln .(v., guest of Mrs. Woolfolk. .! .1.1. Jab s. Lexington the lff. L raru llurMU. TuU.ul ttit MilfevrrllLA.v.uloff..Mi Miss Cecil Howling, of K. C. V fc.odM.ui. lj.lt iiuwWn. kl'.lbc .f Danville, sent the week end with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. G. A. Howling. ELLIOTT fBWiQAklJt, SkT, UwiU. ih BRYANTSVILLE (e 0. W. Citizens National Bank OK LANCASTER KY. President. J. J. WALK EH, Vice Preat. JOB J. Walxeii, Jr., Asa't Caah'r. W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. F. HUDSON. 0. l'.lONKV, bis friend Moll lllukeley ngnln; then bo said to her: I giro In, Moll. I don't know notliln' about women. I'm iowerful lonesome at tho furm. Get mo n wife." I don't need to git you one. There' Ballle Perkins, the best woman I know, bus been wuntlu' you for a couple o years." "How do you know that?" "No matter how I know It. If you want n mighty good wlfo go for ber." Ilauk took Ids friend's advlco and great friends. baa been very happy ever since. It wan weeks before he came tu see a Jacob SchuIzCompany The Cevizral Record Incorporated. Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 330--F All Occasions. $1.00 Per Year in Advance. LancHStcr, 13 or 83. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. Kentucky. When thutchlld is subject to attacks of croup, see to It that he eati a light evening meal, as an overloaded stomach may bring on an attack, also watch for the first symptom hoarseness, and give Chamberlain's Cough Kemedy as soon as the child becomes hoarse. Jafferson Lav. lrlr. 5? everywhere. Page 8 The Central Record, Thursday Mch 30, 1916. ''SHOP OF QUALITY" KAHN'S OPENING to attend my Opening Next SATURDAY, APRIL 1st, 9 6, where you will find a complete line of Jewelry, Diamonds, Watches, Cut Glass, Silverware of all kinds. Prices are cheaper than any place, as I am buying in big quantities for four, stores. Give me a call. Expert Watch and Jewelry Repairing. Work will be under my personal supervision. YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED 1 1 Everything sold and Repaired Is under a Bona Fide Guarantee. ED. H. ZAHN, Mills ELdg.f West of Post Official Watch Inspector for the C. O. and T. P. Railway. Office, Danville, Ky. i i Internationa! Stock Food I I FARMER'S COLUMN iimce helovr lint liraitlim It for nte of our furmrr mltrcrltwr., the mte nr .lock, gifttn .ml tticli tarro at it. larmi-- ctnnot .IToril life. No notice will j accepted in .71 YOUNG eidu-It- e h if 0 Hails og Cholera Remedy. 3 Snoddys Kog Cholera Remedy. Bourbon Kog Cholera Remedy This is the time to use it as a cure or pre- ventative .ml It for John Morgan. I 3705. Ine. Abit Kcohn, frr of cfrrge will L. otilrt'i 'i thltiKt on to nlvtr orer lurir Ittnrt nf the The S I will stand my Jack, Young John Fresh Jersey cows for sale. (!. II. Swinehroad. Morgan 3705, for the tcason of 1910. at mv farm 1J miles from Lancaster, For Sale; Red short born bull. Thompson, Preachcrsville. on new Danville pike, at Frank Greatest Gar Bargain of the Year IS THE I MriRohfirtDrua Store SCHOOL AUDITORIUM. W. E. Mojs has six fresh Jersey cows $8. To Insure Horse for sale. All good ones. Mule and $10. To For Sirle; Pure Bulf Plymouth Rock eggs, 15 forSOc. Airs Logan Thompson Preachersville. Four good Hemp brakes for sale. W. II. Hamilton. Murksbuiv, Ky. Go-igrade Jersey Cow for sale. G. A. Swinebroad, Lancaster, Ky. For Sale Registered Kentucky Red Berkshire sow and 3 male pigs. G. P. Terrill. Mrs. G. A. Ballard of Paint Lick has eggs for setting, from Rn.glet Barred Rocks, for sale. Successful Ffllf SAI.Rr.120 erjo-iIncubator, good as new for $2.50. Phone R. E. Henry. at once. Pure Lane Shane Eggs at 40 cts per setting or 2 settings for 75 cts. C. A. Wearren. . Insure A Mare Mule. Young John Morgan 37U5, was sired by John Morgan and was out of an Imported Registered jVnnet Lien retained on all colts fot the which will be due if mare is traded or sold to another party- - THURSDAY NIGHT, APRIL 3", AT 7:30 J. W. Sweeney, Lancaster, Ky. Overland $695.00 See, Write or Phone PROGRAM. Music Old , Mary Davis 81m1 Ann Britton Moss. Soapy,.; MarnicStormes Dunn. Margaret Cook. Henry Moore Mary Elizabeth and Ruth Taylor. Professor Redd (No. 139058) Yurrot andjthe AmcricanJWornan How We Raised Ten Thousand Pollers Music , ...Charlie Elmore, . The Story Of Patsy., The I will stand this registered short For Sale Two year old olack Jack. horn bull at my place near Point Christine Sanders. Will trade for pair of young mules. Leavell, Sam Harris, Hubble, Ky. Val Cook. t Gash. At F. M. Tinder has a nice three year Charlotte Pollitt. old horse, gentle and well broken he Music This handsome animal is by Ruth Carrier. will sell worth the money. Polled King. 377390. dam My Bri A Brave Boy Eggs For Hatching; Mrs. Fred Conn, dal Rose 1G39G8. Francis Grant. Little St. Martha Route 1. has some pure Brown Leghorn James Tinder. eggs for sale. 15 for 50 cents. 100 for The Waterloo of the Liquor Traffic 200 for $3. Mary Davis. $3.00. Music u pd. Foil SALE Two full stock, well broke Scrnice Champ. Jersey cows with fresh calves. Pries And Tnb Little White Shoes The Statement Of The Ownership, Manage Music.. J... .Margaret Cook and.Minnie May Robinson. reasonable. Phone 347-Mrs. Carrie Davidson ment, Circulation, Etc., Required Bj Presentation of Metal For!Sale Three sows and pigs, home The Act 01 Congress of August raised. Also nair of four vear old mules. Fat. Will sell cheap. 24, 1912. $2.00 J. W. HILL Shoo-Mak- M, S. Baughman, STANFORD, KY. Also Needed. Sweeney Morgan. I will give away a lot of wood if hauled, when the ground is dry or frozen. This wood in 3J miles on Fall Lick pike. O. W. Eates. We greatly admire that poem which News Of The Churcues. o magnificently exclaims, "God give ua men!' Sure, we need the men, but, oh. Lord, send alSng some real women. Union meeting will bS at the Presbv They are needed no less. Houston terian cliurcli next Sunday. Post. Baptist Church. 9:45 A. M. Bible school. Will furnish hemp seed and buy your cultivated seed in fall. See A. M. Shely, Hotel, or F. B. Marksbury. 330-4t-P- 8ay Street Car la Haunted. No preaching service. The Pastor Because tbey believe car 137 Is haunt- wille be out of town. For Sate. conductors of a Hunted raotornien and ington (W. Va.) street railway comChristian Church. Silver Laced WyarUlotte eggs at 50c pany rcfuso to work ou that car, and per setting. Delivered at Lancaster. Bible school 9:15, A. M. It will likely bu Bold or reduced to J. B. I.awson, Stanford R. 4. kindling wood. Jefferson Ituy, the Church worship 10:15, A. M. . Phone Lancaster exchange. nays It gives u bop, skip and The Mens Choir will have charge of Jump every tlmo It passes o mule and the msic at Bible School Sunday morn, ' For Rent, i that It has becorao unmanageable. ing. House and 10 acres of corn land. A hearty welcome is extended to all w r P. T. Brown. that will come. w 310-H- w W W Sf Bisi'awisais God Is Vt BILLY 8UNDAY NO PACIFI8T. W W For Sale. a god of var'ns well an of peace. Wo must tight as well W as pray. If It badu't been for W Of war wo would be singing "God A 8 fiavo tbo King" Instead of "My W Kf Country. TU of Tbee;" If It ft W hadn't been for war tbo blood- - IV W hounds would be chasing the W W black men through tbo awaiups W W and cuuebrakes today; If It hadn't W tt been for war h'palu would still be W W tearing at the heart of Cuba; If W W It badu't been for war Uie flag of W Hf Mexico vould bo waving over W It Teim, New Mexico, Nevada and W it California. Yea, I bellcvo In pre- - W W purrduess; 1 believe In battlo- - W FULFILLS. LINCOLN'S PROMISE Navy Department to Take Monitor Survivor Through Canal. President Lincoln's promise, made mora than a half century ago to John Drlscoll of Hampton, Vu.. said to be the oldest living survivor of the battle between tbo Monitor and the Merrlmac during tbo civil war, is about to be carried out by tbo navy department. After the naval engagement President Lincoln summoned tbo crew of the Monitor, of which Drlscoll was a member, to Washington. Ho thanked them for tbelr valor aud said It any of them ever wanted a favor It would bo ships and submarines, und If any W only necessary to ask for tt. W or mo nations across It was not uutil recently, however, the boa W should car to find out whether W that Drlscoll decided to ask tbo profferflf tbo American people believe la W ed favor. Ho requested to bo taken w tbo Monroe doctrine let them W aboard a battleship going through the tt start something. If they do I IK Panama canal, which, be said, bo longVI would llko to bo colonel of a rcgl- - W ed to seo before bo died. ArrangeVI incut Willy Sunday, the Evan- - ft ments for tbo trip havo becu completVI celiac. ed, and the next warship that passe J M X through the great waterway will carry Ji'WKyfWIdMIWWMfmWWMfWWItfMI tbo zzrl .trnn es a passenger. 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. D. 3. For Sale. Four milk cows, 2 fresh and one to be fresh In a few days, also two sows and pigs and two sows to farrow in a T. W. Conn, few days. In sealed sanitary cons. Finest for labia um and baking. Atk your grocer for It. Bend postal card for booklet of Prlxo ltoclpes to P. DUFF k BON8 020 Daijuumo Way, Pittsburgh, 7, Fa. Of The Central Record, published weekly at Lancaster, Kentucky, for April 1st 1910. State of Ky, Cnuntv of Garrard, Before me, a Notary Public in and for the State und county aforesaid, permn ally appeared It. L Elktn. who, having been duly sworn according to law, de poses and says that he is the Publisher of the Central Record. 1. That the names and addresses of the publisher, editor, managing editor, and businessinananers are; Publisher, Central Record, Lancaster Kentucky. Editor, J. E. Robinson, LancaiterKy Managing Editor, R. L. Elkin, Lan caster. Ky. Business Manager, R. L. Elkin, Lan caster Ky. That the owners are; (Give names and addresses of individual owners, or if a corporation, give its name and' the names and addresses of stockholders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of the total amount of stock.) J. E. Robinson, Lancaster Kv. Francis C. Robinson, Lancaster Ky. R. L. Elkin. Lancaster Ky. Central Record, Incorporated, Lancaster, Ky, 3, That the known bondholders, mortgages, and other security holders owning or holding 1 per cent or more of total amount of bonds, mortgages, or other securities are; None. 5. That the average number of copies of each issue of this publicatiun sold or distributed, through the mails or other wise, to paid subscribers during the six months preceding the date showpbove . (This Information is required is from daily publications only), R. L. Elkin. Sworn to and subscribed before me thi 28th day of March 1916. W. O. ' Rlgney, Notary Public. Agent for Lincoln and Garrard Counties, for Demonstration and Full Particulars. HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. SEE US FOR This Agreement Witnesseth; That in order tn protect the game on our lands for a period of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do ko, and we further agree to prosecute with diligence all person's who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lauds for the purpose of hunting. Aim we further agree to act as Deputy Game Wardens for the purpose of car VULCAN A N D S YRACU SE rying out this agreement. Except each of us have the right to kill rabbits our Tarms or permit it to bo done on by another under our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible and reliable person selec'.ed by us. This November ICth, 1915. R. L. Elkin, J. E. Robinion, J no. M. Farra, W. II. Brown, Alex Walker W. U. Burton. T. A. Elkin, Ilaselden Bros., P. M. Tinder, J. II. Dalton, Logan Hubble, John U. Smith, .1. N. Ross, Fisher Herring, Hughes Bros, Withers Bros. William. Marcus and Jim White. II. F. Wllmot, J. U. Pope, Mrs. David Chenault, Fred J. Conn, W. R. Cook, J,.tV. Elmore, Hulfman Bros, T. C. Rankin. Wm. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton, W. B. Moss T. M. Arnold, Jr. R. E. Henry, Jno. M. White. Bright Herring, A. U. Bradtbaw, R. L. Barked. G. M. Deshon, II. B. Cox, J, W, Sweeney, W. M. Mahan, Best Patent Flour 95 cents, per sack of 24 pounds. 15 POUNDS OF GRANULATED SUGAR $1 Plows ft BALLARD BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. BECKER LPHONE 27.