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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 13, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916041301_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): April 13, 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. - ;r-r- y w .) THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE REIAOlOh, UNI A RNI8I1 ED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD O 0 VERNMEN1. TWENTY SEVENTH TEAR. , LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. APRIL 13, 1916. Wo linve the larg est line ever shown in Lancaster, Ky. raj' Kith NUMBER 2. 11 Fishing Tackle Hand Us That $. it Then Curreyt. BaLaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaBaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaw' All kind of seed potatoes, onion set and canton seed, at W. II, Iinll'a. For Easter a box of Cranes stylish ' stationery at Stormcs. Ground I.lme for your noil ment at Garrard Milling Co. olamsBBBLaaaaal For Easter a box of Cranes stylish itationery at Stormcs. ' 1 , II II , GOING FISHING? Ymi don't aoolten, and rou injur Tackle. . ) ' I The (Inula man out of a Joli is to be pitted at he ha no wife to support him Kor Salej-Tw- THE UNIVERSAL CAR bbbLbbbbbbbbbbbK;'''LL 1 allon! to lake any chances on can't o long porch boxes, jaaBBBaHjlT IJ JyV ll A' IV. I , VII I iil .'if (till H V In the Ultra Callni eoods ynu produced, have tlm very tlne and at a leonall mice lea- aonabie, quality conaldcreil. Whether ros. reels, line or VV Vl mlnnowa. tun Ultra Casting is aatfsfy A th line that will wholly you yon-t- hai will noi fall ai that awlul moment." JO I I cheap. Apply to Mrs. Chairea Walter, Hill Court. Ladies Aid Society of the llaplls Church will nerve court day dinner. April 2Uh. 191C. 1 1k?MbbsbI There in only one reason why Ford Cars ore demanded by over half the car buyers in this country. They arc .better cars. The Ford has demonstrated its superiority by all the tests of time, In every kind of use. The demand is greater because the value is great. Better buy yours N0W1 Runabout S390; Touring Car $440; Coupclet $590; Town Car $040; Sedan $740. All prices f. o. b. Detroit. On sale at CI I The largest line of Fishing Tackle and Rase Hall goads ever shown In I. micas ter at Conn Ilros. The latest thine in millinery I the "aharpnell bonnet, "called that becouse Its perfectly killing. ' I) Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. rort bAI.K Kange, good as new, some nice furniture and lot of garden tool. Mrs. Naomi Hamilton. Try a package of HELMET, the best gunpowjer tea made. You get a nice piece of china with each package. W. H. Hall. aaaaaaaaa HASELDEN BROTHERS. iBaaaaa i rrench manufactures are said to be turning out almost perfect artificial JUDGE CHARLES A. HARDIN. arms for their disabled soldiers. It Is said they can lie used to'hug n girl, but He will be unanimously elected as Chairman of the State Central Com they must lack somewhat the thrill mlttee and State Executive Committee for the next four vears when the State Imparted by flush and blood. convention meets within the next few Weeks. This is a position of influence. power and responsibility and it a great honor to the distinguished Circuit Judge ii A husiness expert says that ftHOJUl the u'sinci. juage uaruin s popularity with Kentucky democrats through feet of American woman are growirg uui me oiaio is uemonsiraiea oy me ot all faction in the party to larger. That Is probably because of accept him as the head of Kentucky sreadiness Democracy. I the frequency and emphasis with which IRrivi-frfthe American women Just now, have been putting their feet down. PAPER PRICE DOUBLES. MOTORIST FINALLY to Inst any building the rest of your life you i. Our free column Is only run for the A representative of a wholesale house pick the right kind. We sell that kind. farmer subscribers of Garrard county was here yesterday quoting the price CONQUERS HILL. and is for the sale of stock, grain and of blank newa paper l: at four dollar per Over a course, closely such things on the farm as the farmer hundred pounds. This is double the guarded by 100 policemen, the famous cannot afford to advertise. All other price of a few month ago. The cost advertisements must be paid for. of prsducing The Messenger Is now California Street Hill in San Francisco was negotiated last week for the first more than the subscription price, $1.50 per year. We will mt raise, but must time, on high gear. This remarkable (!) FOR SALE. which ha been attempted so many Our roofings are the famous J-ask that subscriptions be promptly paid feat Roofings. A Singer Automatic Sewing Machino times was accomplished by Geo. Har Danville Messenger. in advance. They last -- don't require constant nursing to in perfect condition and will sell cheap, rison in a Hudson Super-Six- . equipped the above are also our sentiments. with Goodrich Silvertown keep them in condition. You can register your Apply at Central Itccord office for nTires. Most We cannot run a paper at the present J-Roof, and put its care and service up to cars can't make this steep, sheer, quar formation. prices unless you pay In advance. e incline on low and very few J-- M NEW CLERK IN TOWN. Friday night, the great serial. drivers attempt it in any gear. Mr. Harrison says the speedy, even Graft." Don't miss It. Mr. David Craig, of Mt, Vemon. is Silvertown aided him materially Ask us about Roof Registration. It's new now a genial affable clerk at James W, and it's true in the roofing world. omun s naneruasner store. We are NEWSPAPER ENTERPRISE. Wo ere always clad to give you the benefit always glad to extend a cordial wel LETTERS OF CON The Lancaster Record on last Thurs cf our cxpcriinco and tell you what kind of come to such young men and hope they sixteen-pag- e day Issued a roofing wo believe you need. special rdl win like us well enough to call this GRATULATIONS. Hon in honor of its thirty-thiranniv. home. ersary. It contained much interesting Lexington Ky, April 9, 191g. matter pertaining to Lancaster and Editors, The Central Record, STOCK INSPECTOR. Garrard county, in connection with in Lancaster, Ky, Dr W. D. Pryor was appointed stock iormatlon regarding the newspaper Gentlemen;- BOURBON HOG CHOLERA REMEDY Inspector for Garrard County by county business in that city. lTfTfnti And Cures I want to thank you for your thought- The Itecord was founded by the late Judge, C. A. Arnold las week, to sucCHOLERA, WORMS, COUGH. THUMPS. fulness in sending me a copy of your It iUiny diKiifl grrmi, reruUtts the bowtts, 1M1 dijrvftion and ceed Hon. A. D. Leavcll who resigned James It. Marrs, of Danville, and was splendid paper under date of April the fend ratiMt hog to fatten atiicktr. I'k it in the Icedmonth drink and tour on account of ill health. Mr for many years published by Louis hog will never h? cholert. Cotti onlf $e for eich hoc. Leavell Cth, asiuring your thi wait until they set kick, flfim im litnt nd keep tfcem (tec from worm and ditwiM. boctAll medicine made a very efficient officer during the Landram, of The Messenger. Its sweetness lost you that it was not now At on 'he desert air", but Oruccuti. Ky. past five years and we predict that his present editor. Messrs Joe E. Hobinson enjoyed to the limit, which means, I BOUI&Ort KEUCUY COMrANY.-tlJlQand It. L. Elkln, are making it one of successor will be just as competent and read it every word in relation to those Sold in Lancaster, Ky., by J. R. Mount, Son & Co. we are sure that his appointment will the best papers in Kentucky. That who have been its editor. I knew tney may continue to nourish l our be a popular one. them all, most of them intimately, and sincere wish. Danville Messenger. as I take infinite delight in reveling in reminiscence.i I very much enjoyed what 'TEEN AGE CONFERENCE. was said of and by the different men HEARTY WELCOME A "teon age conference" was held whose gift are still discerned and moat at tho Christian church Monday night. Giren Knoxrille Board Of Commerce happily expressed. I recall the first Delightful speakers spoke upon this Issue of the Alpha quite vividly, and Importriit time in tho life of the indivi Boosters. let us hope that the Omega is far re dual and the church. Much Inspiration moved. So impressed wa I with this was trained from thetm onfhii.lA.ti.. Lancaster turned out en masse and particular publication that I concluded hrained workers for this great problem gave n royal welcome to the Knoxville before I had finished its reading that I in the Uible school work, lliblo school Boosters which urrived in our city yes- would join with the other five thousand The best and cheapest on the market. problems are studied now as never be- terday morning about 7:43 o'clock. subscribers and assist in making thi fore and a great wave of "Go to Ulble They were met at the train with a mon- journal "a thing of beauty and a joy All kinds of HARNESS. Perfect Satisfaction. School" t going over the whole country ster crowd, the entire school turning forever." I, therefore, enclose my ng out to give them welcome. Headed check for the subscription price. Yourvell-wisher- . by a brass band from the University of DEMOREST CONTEST. Tennessee, they marched to the public M. F. Elkin. A large crowd greeted tho contes square, where Hon. G. II. Swiuebroad, This, together with numerous other tants for the Demorcat medal In the as President of tho LancasterCity Club letters, postals and words of commen School Auditorium last Thursday night made a happy speech of welcome. He The contestants were Val Cook, Henry was followed by JuJge II. II, Lindsey, dation have come to us since our last Issue. Time and space forbids us print Mooie. liutli laylor, Frances Grant. prominent lawyer of this southern Runs Lighter and Lasts Longest. Ituth Currier, James Tinder, Margaret city and a former member of the Chan- ing all of them, but wo are, nevertheless deeply grateful to all our friend for Cook, Mumie Dunn. Hernice Champ cellor court there. He in turn introtheir thoughtfulnes. nd Christine Sanders, who won the duced other speakers, nil of whom were medal, reciting "The Story of Old loud in their praise at the welcome bel'litsy." All of the conteitunts cov. ing accorded them here. The other DON'T FAIL TO SE- Ered thcineelves with glory and made speakers being. Col. Carey F. Spence, It very hard for the judges to decide, of vKnoxvilIe, under When pul up it stays up. but it whs finally awanled Christine President Tuft and a Colonel of the 3rd and every one is glad to seet hei wear Tenn. Regiment of state guard. The the medal, which speaks much for her live wire of the delegation and secreoratorical ability. tary of the Knoxville Hoard ot Trade, was then introduced In the person of Hon. Joe Howies who made a catchy FUND FOR BELGIANS. speech and was very loudly applauded. The Lancaster Chapter, D. A. H. He was followed by Dr. George R. They can't be beat for cooking and lasting. In response to the request made by Stuart, pastor of the M. E. Church the President-GeneraMrs. Story. South, of Knoxville and a noted evanand the greetings from Queen Eliza gelist. He wus in a happy mood and beth, celebrated the birthday of the kept his hearer in an uproar of laughKing of IJelgium Saturday by taking ter. Gen. A. F. Sanford, president of charge of the sale of the little flags tho Journal and Tribune company was sent out by the "C. It. II." All day, a very Important personage, and li Best Roofing, Paints and Oils, pure Linseed regardless of the weather, the mem deeply interested in good roads, being bers of the chapter went about the the commissioner from Tennessee for not Cotton Seed. ity asking the people to purchase the the Dixie Highway. He was taken flags and thereby help the people who over the lloone Highway and by autoare In this great nerd. mobile to Crab Orchard'and intimated In dwelling upon the subject oni that tho Dixie Highway might eventfeels that in this plentiful land all ually come through Lancaster from should be not only willing, but slad Richmond and on to Crab Orchard and and eager to have part In the laving connect the lloone Way at this point as PEARL WHITE. of the stricken country. The ladies there was some doubt of the road being At the Lancaster Opera House each were quite successful with their day's built from Mt. Vernon to Uerea by next Lancaster, Ky. work and mors than 125.00' was November, the time set for tha'dcdlcat Saturday Night In "IRON 'CLAW." j2L( realized. tion of the Dixie Highway. See the Orst episode. ( mA inr wlf Wrrt-- 10 Bastin r r ics h if SPRING IS HERE AND four-bloc- k fV H. & Son. House Cleaning Days Are Near. You will find all necessary articles for House Cleaning at Curreys ter-mil- Roofing Responsibility J-- I I Brooms, Mops and Scrub Brushes. Soaps and Washing Powders of all kinds. Bon-Am- i, Household Amonia. cake and powdered. I I i 1 Exclusive Agent for Stones Cakes Silver Slice, Golden Sunbeam, Mephisto, Raisin and Creole Fruits. JITNEY BUNS Received d Monday, Wednesday, Friday, and Saturday 1 afternoons. saaarllBa Theo nozzle Currey. 3L . B BUGGIES. OLD Garrard Hilling Co. Salt, Lime, Coal, Sand, Cement, i -- Stone, Hay, I Era 3 trd crra t Oats, Corn, Strqw, Mill Feed. BET WAGONS Brick. era business. We buy and sell these items and solicit your WIRE FENCE. Garrard Milling Company IE DOC Stoves and Ranges. PLOWS That Satisfy. HEMP SEED WANTED. Will l, Hemp Seed, for fall delivery Qan furnish Seed for planting. contract for cultivated W. J. ROMANS, A. M. SHELY Hotel Keigarlan or F. B;, MARKSBURY. e The Central Record, Thursday April 13 JOHN GILL KINNA.1RD. 19 id. ROBERT KINNAIRD. . 1 1 I ) WW CONQUERS RHEUMATISM just upentju I. . i-- . l on lanviue outset r-- v opposite Presbyterian church. "SUDDEN SERVICE Our Motto. 1 Only Skillful and Experienced Workman Employed. Free Air. Car Storage a Specialty. When Your Auto Needs Repairs, Bring it to us or let us Send for it. Open Day and Night. Phone 8 . KINNAIRD BEOS., Proprietors. IN MARKSBURY 1 A VERY FEW DAYS. One-half teaspoon of Rheuma once a day has driven the pain and agony from thousands of racked, crippled and dispalnnR rheumatics during the last five years. Powerful and sure; quick acting, yet harmless; Kheuina gives blessed relief almost at once. The magic name has reached every hamlet in the land and there is not a druggist anywhere who cannot tell you it he will of almost marvelous cases. If you are torture J with rheumatism or sciatica, you can get two bottles of Rheuma from R. E. McRoberts cr any druggist for not more than $1.00, with the understanding that if it does not drive rheumatic poisons, from your system money back. A business meeting of the church will bo held tomorrow afternoon. taken Missionary day will be observed next L( The Womans Club Edited Hy I I D. A. R. COLUMN. The Woman. Club) ' ti',inimii Mrs. William G. Spencer, Honorary State Regent, who was nominated at the Tennessee State Conference for the office of Vice President General of the SilllllllllllllllllllllllllllHaM Sunday at the church. Everybody The largest line of Fishing Tackle and Base Ball goods ever shown in I.ancns ter at Conn' Bros. Mr. Harvey Sutton of Cincinnati ar rived Saturday night to be present at the burial of his mother, Mrs. Margaret Sutton. Mrs. Margaret Elizabeth Sutton, who died at her home last Saturday morning was the daughter of Simeon and Sallie West, and was born June 27th 1833. She was married to E. B. Sutton, Feb. 17. I8o3. To this union was born ten children, four dying In infancy, the six The last meeting conducted by Mrs. Robert McRoberts was full of interest. were The topics under discussion American Illustrators and Wood Cartoonists and Caricaturists, Etchers and Etchings. We ask tor a large attendance at the Club next week as the officers for next year will be named by the nominating committee. This was done in accordance with the plans of the State officers. GRAND OLD FLAG. Interest in the clubs work does not abate. There are only two more meetHark! The buglet Calling soldiers ings this year. The Civic Department From all corners af the land. under the leadership of Mrs. Kinnnird To the colors! Grand old colors! Non'-beyon- d and Mrs. Hlgginbothai.t has accomplishthe Rio Grande. What's the matter? Why this trampling ed much this year, giving the town the "Park Beautiful". Wo hope every ono Of ten thousand martial feet? will respond "tag day" and receive Who is Funston? Who is Pershing? lasting benefit from their donations. What brave foe are they to meet? PREACHERSVILLE M. F. Lawrence sold a good hog to J. M. Cress for $22. Mr. James Miller, attended church at Good Hope Saturday. Mr. Fount Blankenship of Walnut Flat, visited homefolks. ( Mrs. Jones L. Anderson has in a nice new line of Spring millinery. Mr. Owen Duvall is in a precarious condition with heart failure. Mrs. T. W. Payne visited Mr. and Mrs. V. C. Blankenship, recently. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Cress and family were visiting in Rockcastle last week. Mr. J. M. Cress bought a sow and 10 shoats from Geo. Carpenter for $52. Miss Mary Pettus visited her uncle, Mr. R. G. Pettus, and family, recently. Mr. Roscoe Colyer sold 10-1pound bogs io Mr. J. M. Cress at 7Jc recently Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Johnson have SUSPECT YOUR KIDNEYS visited Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hutchlns and other friends here. Too Many Lancaster People Neglect Earl' Mrs. R. F. Jordan and sister, Miss Lucy Miller, of Pineville, visited Mr. Symptoms Of Kidney Trouble. and Mrs. W. K. Jordan and family. Services at the M. E. church Sunday If your back is lame if you feel dull, and Sunday evening by the Rev. J. M. Robinson, pastor. Good crowds present. tired and If you have hard headaches, backMr. Woodson Carpenter still continues ill with an injured ear drum. Drs. aches and dizzy spells If the kidney secretions are disHarmon and Brown met to operate on surviving are, J. K., E. II.. J. B., and Susan K. of this place, Mrs. B. W, Hughes of Lancaster and James Har vey Sutton of Cincinnati. Left a widow early in life, tho rare of the orphan children fell upon her and the oldest son, neither of whom was heard to murmer. When she was only nine years old she was converted and united with the Fork church, of which she remained a faith ful member 68 years last October. The deceased was a sufferer for 20 years, but the end came as she would have liked it "just to steal away give little warning, say not good night, but in some brighter clime say good morning". The luneral services were conducted by Rev. J. W. Mahan at 2 p. m. last Sunday who read from 1st Eccle; 12; the portion of scripture that was read at her husbands funeral. She was laid to rest in tho Fork cemetery. Sympathy is offered to the bereaved family by the large circle of friends, especially to Miss Susan K. who will be so lonely without mother. They go not forth to battle. With a foeman worth their steel. They are searching for a viper To crush firmly 'neath their heel. Pancho Villa, they are seeking. Bandit Villa! Hn must die! Murderer Villa, born of Satan! "Death to Villa!" is their cry.; Ah! Stop not for trifles! Chase this monster to his den. Let his hideous, rotting carcas Be v warning to his kin! A million souls, and more if needed. Will come forward, should you lag. To avenge the death of comrades. And defend our grand old Hag. Ex. On, brave men! HAMMACK the patient. Mr. Arthur Miller had a sow to farrow 14 pigs, and Mr. W. C. Blankenship reports one with IS sprightly youngsters. Mr. S. D. Carpenter sotd a 180 lb hog to Mr. J. M. Cress at 7J cents. -- Mr. J. F. Payne sold a hog to same party at the same price. Mr. John B. Anderson has purchased' a new Ford automobile. "Big Henry" law, is getting to Lunsford, his son-ibt quite a proficient chaulfeur. . Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Johnson and family have moved back from Science Hill. They will occupy tho residence vacated by Mr. and Mrs. Fred Uyehouse on Stanford street. "Little Henry" Lumford has returned from Hamilton Ohio, where he went to look for employment. Mr. Edgar Holtzcluw found a job and Is holding it down over there. n Little Miss Sarah Hammackis on the sick list this vek. Mrs. R. F. Parsons visited herdaugh- ter. Mrs. Arch Miller, Saturday. A number of young folks from this neighborhood attended church at Manse Sunday evening. M. Bud Neily of Greenfield Iowa is calling on his boyhood friends, after an absence of 40 years from Gurrard Co. Mrs. R. M. McQuerry attended the funeral of Mrs. John Green at Carters- ville Saturday. Mrs. Green died in III., ordered at tho home of her parents, Mr. and Suspect your kidneys and "take a Mrs. Sowders. She went home with her stitch in time." mother about two weeks ago. Much sym Use Doan's Kidney Pills, the pathy is extended to the husband and kidney remedy. two children. Her oldest child Samuel It may save you from some serious Baker, is left without father or mother kidney trouble Make use of Mr. Hibbard's experitime-tried, d ence. Frank Hibbard, Water St., Lancaster, says; 'I had weak kidneys and their action was irregular and often painful. My back pained me and it was then that I used Doan's Kidney Pills. They fixed me up in good shape. The pains left and my kidneys became normal." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidney remedy get Doans Kidney Pills-t- ho same that Mr. HibCo., Props., bard had. Foster-Milburn Buffalo, N. V. WALLACETON Mrs. Rachel Wilson is quite ill. Mr. Hugh Campbell recently on business. Mr John Kidd is was in Berea in the bud", (cr it allowed to run unchecked, serious results may follow. Numerous cases ot consumption, pneu ""er falsi dis rnonia, anl eases, can :ed back (o a cold. At the first sign of a cold, protect yourself by your thoroughly cleansing sjrttcm with a few doses of should b: "nipped Editor Tells How D.D.D. Cured His Eczema Clergyman and Banker Abo Write n. n. IIotrtklM. IMItor Echo, ITopMts-towill, t licmrinlwr uilna u tciciiia ot 1. f Ctrl Tiar.' bt.nillnf KW I im Arm. I I'lllr leali-d- a oiler ot bottles of I). I). I). 1 bare tern M Tear.' .tatullnir taw n, THEDFORO'S BIM-OIAH- T home again after several weeks stay in Dayton, Ohio. Mr and Mrs George Davis were guest of friends at Level Ureen, Sunday, Mr Hutchins, the merchant of this place, has opened his new Spring goods Miss Myrtlo Botkin Is now tho guest of her sister, Mrs T. R. Brown, of Lexington. very Several young ptoplo spent delightful evening with Mr and Mrs VV. II. Wylie, lust Saturday. Mrs. J. M. Campbell and daughter, Mils Jane were the guests of Mrs. G. W. Smith Monday afternoon. B. Dunn, a former merchant of this place, has sold till property hero and he and wife will movotoCynlhlunu Mr. at 'SI4. ,,MTe''' Llnfilf doctor T ownt0Ul1 n0t cured " CU TW". "anker, nopklnton, la. i I treated with lb rut Uuetora for atx montba. ruejr did uig no Rood; uir fac and aralp t re full ot IU dUvana. 1 applied D. 1). I). eult--ni- T fara la at amooili as a baby's. I'a.tor Stn At. .i'Tl LVV Chunk, Itnanote, Va. 1 l'ur three sears I niSir.il. Inttnwlr so. I hare at Jant fuund relict In I. I. I). I am no looter tortured completely rured, 1 bar no healtauer In ackngit lidiuir tM treat ilrtues ot tUa cp.uile. l)ruuliU are plad to retommend this aoolLlur, roollnf ll.jul.l. S3e, cue and $1.00. t'oma to u anil u Kill tell you more about this remarkable remedy. Your mooey back iinleaa the Orkt tot lie relieves you. I). 1). !. Bvs k jwaklo bialtbjr. Atk alut it, U. E. McRoberts, Lancaster. Ky. the old reliable, vegetable liver powder. Mr. Chas. A. Ragland, o Madison Heijhtj, Va., says; 'I tiave been using Tlicd- - llnysville has been chosen as the "I suffered with bac tacit e, headache and draeeine pains for for the annual meeting of the over nine months, and nothing relieved me until I took Peruna. Kentucky Federation of Women's This medicine is by far better than any other medicine for these Clubs, May 17, 18 and 19, the the an nouncement of the plnce Jhaving ben troubles. A few bottles relinked me of my miserable half-deamade by Mrs Monn Bartlett, pre si half-aliv- e condition. I am now in eood health, have neither ache dent of the Federation. nor pain, nor have I had any for the past year. If every sufferThe program has not been announc ing woman would late Peruna, they would soon know its value ed vet, but in addition to the usual Mountain School. Among her ancestors of note are reports, there will be addresses by end ntver be without it. " n prominent men and women from Ken Col Thomas McCrory for whom two tucky and from throughout the United chapters aru named, also Even Shelby stales. and Squire Boone, names identified On the last night of the meeting, the with Kentucky. Equal Rights Association will Should Mrs. Spencer be elected she ate with the Federation in the program is in a position to attend the Hoard and it is planned to have a suffrage meetings and give her time to the orIncorpornttth speaker of national prominence to give ganization which she has served so an address. Mrs. T. J. Smith, presi loyally. dent of the Equal Rights Association, Ail and Mrs. Bartlett, president of the Mrs. Walter Scott Glore, Slate Federation, will have the selection of of tho Daughters of the American this speaker. Revolution, retires from office on April Phones 83. All Orders Rrceive Prompt Attention 17th, when she will be succeeded by The Civic Department of tho Womans Mrs. K. G. Boone of Padueah' Mrs. Club asks that a week may be sot apart Glore has given unstintingty of her time in Lancaster known as and meacs to this organization, increasitat week Why not put out poison and traps as ing Interest in the good work of this you clean up? It does little good for patriotic society and establishing new one person to fight rats but if there chapters over the state. The D. A. R. was a combined effort the result would of Kentucky would like to see her hold be gratifying. Tnen we ask that every a National office. one in Lancaster do something next week to eliminate the rat. Swat the Belgium Flag Day, Saturday April rat as" well as tie fly. . the 8th, was very liberally observed In Tho rat is the twentieth century an Lancaster. The cold wintry blast re He is as much behind the nchronlsm. called the sufferingof these unfortunate times as stone hatchets or arrow heads, people and the inclemency of the weath and yet today wo tolerate him, permit er appealed all the more strongly to the him to devastate our storehouses and sympathy of thosn who enjoy peace and to act as the vehicle for tho transmit prosperity. The appeul of the people of sion of disease. Tho toleration which America is for "peace thru prepared we have shown for this inhabitant of ness". the sewer is perhaps due to the fact that man is by nature a lazy animal Mrs. Joe E. Robinson, State Charity and will mako no unnecessary effort un Officer of the D. A. R. has sent in t less spurred to it by some circumstance report of the years work to the Nation in his environment. It has been nec Low Cloverleaf Gives al Charity officer. Only sixteen chap essary for plague to ravage the world ters were heard from beforo April the many times before man has learned Two first when this report had to be sent in that the rat, the mouse and the ground It is surprising to know of the good squirrel aru among the most deadly work along the lines of charity that used to think that if vc threw manure animals with which ha has to deal. this society has done. Each chapter That rats are the carriers of plaguo has contributed liberally onto the ground any old way and plowed toward the is too well Known to merit more than a wcrk of education, most of the funds it under, we were doing a good job. But now passing reference here. They are also raised being distributed among the wc know that won't do. To do any real good, afllicted with n leprosy-lik- e disease various mountain schools. which closely resembles, both in its the manure must be broken up into small etiologic factor and in its pathology, pieces and spread evenly. the leprosy of man. A number of othor SAVE YOUR HAIR AND KEEP The Low Cloverleaf spreader the one that docs diseases oxist commonly among them, this work best. It gives the manure two healthy the organisms ot which are believed to YOUR JOB. beatings, one with the regular beater, the other with be capable of producing human disease. They aru also the hosts for a legion of tho wide spread disks. When tho manure reaches the Tens of thousands of men aro losing ground in that condition your soil gets all tho good there is parasites, while fleas, lice and ticks Intheir hair daily and ure Ignoring the tn it, and gets it quickly. Tho Low Cloverleaf is ono fest their hairy bodies. fact. Many a man has lost his job be spreader it will pay you to sco beforo you buy. Sec the cause he lost his liulr. local dealer who has ono set up for you to look at. Dust and dirt make dandruff and IF ANY ONE HA- Sdandruff makes heads bald and bald International Harvester Company of America heuds are the first to go when business Died, place Daughters of the American Revolution, is a woman of unquestioned executive ability and expedience as a leader. Her record as State Regent is conspicuous fur work accomplished, such as the erection of monument, the organization of chapters, and the work most dear to her patriotic education. Thru her efforts and suggestion the Tennessee D. A. R. Summer Mountain School, sustained by the state chapters, was establishe-- and has been for seven years of great value in u community most difficult of access. Her native state has bestowed many honors upon her. She has recently retired as State President of the Daughtcis of 1812. and was commissioned by the Governor to represent the state at the Centenlal Celebration of tho Star Spangled Banner held in Baltimore. At present Mrs. Spencer is Vice President of the Womans Board for Middle Tennessee of Lincoln Memorial University at the Historic Cumberland Gap. In the Federated Club work she has served as State Press correspondent thru three successive administrations on the Memorial Continental Hall committee, and perrmnent chairman of the l meting, liodk Thousands of the best women in vorUl arc bearing- - the burden of backache, headache, dragging pains, a e condimiserable half-deation, produced by chronic internal derangements. Mrs. Joseph Laccllc, 124 (jlenora Ave., Uttaws Ontario, Canada, is one of the fair women of lAmcrica who has had her experience with this sort of a burden. 3icr experience is simitar to the multitude of other women whose letters arc recorded in the "Ills of Life." A copy of this free booklet ought to be in the hands of every housewife in the United States. Read what Mrs. Laccllc says: the d, half-aliv- r-a- WL t Jacob SchulzCompany Fine Cut Flowers For 339-F-t3-- Re-ge- Occasions. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. The the Manure Healthy Beatings "YyE h Eloped, Married, Divorced, ford's Black-Draug- for Left town, Embezzled, Hud u fire, Sold a farm, Had a baby, Been arrested, Come to town, Bought a home, Is poor. Wash your hair at least once a week with any pure soap and every other night apply Parisian Sage rubbing it (lacarparatid) Low Cloverleaf apreadcra are sold by 'Wit J. stomach troubles, indigestion, and colds, and find it to be the very best medicine I ever used. It makes an old man feci like a young one' Insist am Thcdford's, the K-oriziul and genuine. thoroughly into the scalp. Parisian Sage will save your hair; It will remove every trace of dandruff and banish scalp itch and make your head Haselden Bros., Lancaster, Ky. The-Central ' Committed murder, Fallen from an aeroplane, us. That's newiT-Telepho- feel fine. The cost of a large bottle Is trifling but the benefits are very great as every druggist well known, R. E. McRoberts cheerfully guarantees Parisian Sage to you. $1.00 Per Year in Advance. . . Lancaster, . Kentucky. Record The Central Record, Thursday April 1 3 19 1. 1 A 1 EASTER Every Man and Boy in this county should have a New Suit for EASTER and we have them in all the New Weaves and Colors for Spring, at 12.50, 15.00, 18.00, $20.00 a SILK SHIRTS, STETSON HATS, FINE SHOES. &Mira CfrtVlUut8tUrbtr tUm Jas. W. Smith, o"S Lancaster, Ky. Mm. U. LOYD Mrs. I.utlitr Itaney visilrd G. Preston, Monday. Mrs. Kirtiy Tealrr and children are ulTenni; with wlioontnK coukIi. Mr. Mr ail Tenter has returned from a protracted stay in Crab Orchard. Mr. and Mrs. Jcssla Hay havo been visiting tier mother, Mrs KJInKtun. Mr. McClellan Teater visited hi aunt Mrs. Mai Carter at lluckeye Sunday. Miss Carrie t'restnn, of Danville, is visitlni; her uncle, Mr. U. (5. I'rcston. Mr. William ltav has returned to iierea after a few day stay with homu her. Mr. Green was buried at the family burial grounds near Carteravilte. Ileside her husband she leave two little girls, mother and father, three sisters and two brother to mourn her loss. A pr.'clous one frorr. him lias gone, A voice he loved is (till, A place Is vacant in his home Which neier can be Idled; God in his wisdom ha recalled, The dooms hi love has given, Altho the body slumber here. The soul I safe in Heaven. all who knew of his father-in-la- Mr. John Hamm Mr. Kugene Clark and baby spent last week with her parent, Mr. ana Mrs.F. W. Montgomery. Mr. anil Mr. Leonard Navlor of Jud' on attended preaching here Sunday anil u'ptn lriipiti of Mr. and Mrs. Kdd Grow. , Mrs. T. J. Hill, Jr, entertained the Dixie Rook Club on Friday afternoon at her home nn Lancaster street. There were four tables and a very pleasant afternoon was spent. Delicious ices and cakes were served at the conclusion W. D. Gover and family will leave i2i- Capital $50,000. Surplus $50,000. Mr. Itichard Snivv who has been er ving a sentence in the penitentiary for killing Uryan Dvehouse two year ago, returned home April Ctli. Mr. ond Mrs. J. K. Sherrow ond sons and daughter Mrs Jnhnnv and Harrison Preston, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mr. Lish Forbes at McCreary Mrs. IVuehle Grow, s (lending a week PAINT LICK Misses Kmma and Ora Kstridge spent Monday in llerea. Mr. Woods Walker was a visitor in Stanford on Monday. Mrs. Tom Logsdcn and Mrs. George Tudd (pent Tuesday in llerea. Miss Mattie Wools of Madison Institute, spent the week end with the heme people. The largest line of Fishing Tackle and Ilase Hall goods ever shown in Lancaster at Conn Ilros. The school entertainment on Friday evening was a very enjoyabto one. An adding coitest between the High school pupils was a feature of the evening, the honor going to Karl McWhorter. Sallie Mrs. Hetty Grlgga, Misses Woods, F.mma and Ora Kstridge, Chas folk. Friend and ne Iclilwr are glad to know that Mr. J. M. Sander ii able to be out atfaln. Mr. Milev li. Walker ha been visit-ini- c her mother, Mr. Victoria Adder-o- n who ha been iuite lick. The death angel visited the home of Mr. and Mr. Henry Kay on April 2nd and took from them their little three months old babe. who ha been with her son, Mr. N. T. Grow and family, returned home i ....!...! I... Imp daughter, Miss Stella May Grow. CLEAN UP AND PAINT UP. God gave the rose it crimson. And made the lily white; He made tlio violets of blue. And all thing fair and bright; The roinbow with ita varied tint He painted in the sky. Ami man by sundry schemes and hint Hu profltted thereby. The vernal glow of leaves and grass And ruddy gleam the Mower That in the springtime come to pass In this bright world of ours. Are tokens of the master plan, Of One who rules on high, And bear a message unto Man To build and beautify. And so the moral of this verse, We feel is very plain; This earth, tho burdoned with a curse, Was founded not in vain; Which is the simple reason why Men live and strive and win. Who build and paint and beautify The world they're living in. "Oh Look! they I can cat 'em all won t hurt mel 1 hat s be cause they're made with Calu-. . met and that s why they re tasty, whole- pure, tempting, tome that s why they wen t hurt any kid. lluhnl Award MANSE. Mr. Forest Center Friday on business. Miss Sallie M. Anderson spent the past two week with Mr. II. I. Conn. There will be preaching at Leave! Green next Saturday night and Sunday Mr. II. 1. Conn apend the past two week at llobtown where he has been 'drilling lor oil. Mr. Forest Center and her father. Mr. G. W. Conn were in Lancaster last Monday on business. Mrs. Henry Creech and daughter. Miss Allie, were the guests of Mr. Hugh Conn on last Thursday evening. The death angel visited the homo of Mr. John Green nnd look from him hi She was twenty-nin- e beloved companion. years of age and was loved by was In Lancaster ... Im R,itl M t'lit-- tilt hm CI rnt Csm. tine Kucker and Christine Mctcalf have The organized an Kmbrolderv Club. first meeting was held with Miss Sallie Woods on Thursday afternoon and the time was spent both profitably and dv lightfully. patrol MT. HEBRON Mr. John Pruittof Markbury attend ed service here Sunday morning. Messrs F. W. Montgomery and Geo. Sherrow are quite sick with pneumonia. Mrl Joe Aldridgo ia sick nt the homo within a few days for Manhattan, Montana to mako their future home. They moved to this county something over a year ago from the West, They have made many friends during their short stay here, who regret very much to see them leave. Hev. J. G. Dosshart, for several years pastor of the German Reformed churches at Ottenheim and Gruenheim, has resigned his pastorate and has accepted a call to the pastorate of the First German Reformed church at Far Long Island. He will leave the first of May for his new charge. Suit has been Hied for $15,000 dam ages against Henry C. Anderson, fath tr of Elmer Anderson, who was driving the car which struck Mr. Thomas J, Oaks some months ago, causing injur na which resulted in his death. Atlor neys It. II. Tomlinson and Lewis L. Walker, of Lancaster, represent the plaintiff and Attorney K. S. Alcorn, of this city will defend Mr Anderson. At its regular annual April session, held Tuesday, the Lincoln County Fis cal court took a step toward reducing taxes upon the people of Lincoln county bv fixing the sthool tax tate at five cents on the $100 worth of property less than last year's tax. This was done following the recommendation of the County Board of Education in regard to the appropriations necessary for con duct of common school system in the county this year. The county levy is 50 cents on $100 worth of property. Kock-awu- Plant and Cultivate a bank account with us and REAP the harvest of a competence. Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KY. B. F. HUDSON. President, J. J. WALKER, Vice Prest. W. O. RiGNEV, Ass't Cash'r r. Joe J. Walker, Jr., W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. 9 wuaivti ruuiujr fuusvra Cholera, Gapes, Limberneck, Roup, Canker, XOII AH OOO- DDiarrhoea and all Diseases or Poultry VO OC1B, BO PAT UM1 "R ,r 4-11- -44 cures JL a Er c&kkea LUt lt Mfg. dfopnd dowa Un Ul a( a miaf Coraw. EUftlrtown, Kr.. mtv "Oh diooo Rtape worn aad Mime Um duck i uutdr. Itii tM bat pcewoliw I hT. na Md." aid Gatruttt4 by J. Root Crome, Birditown, Ky. Price JCc t l I Druggists. OLD BV C. C. & J. E.Stormes. CourtDaySale Next Monday, .Apr 17 County Court Day, we will sell at our Stable, in Danville, Ky., a big lot of LEVEL GREEN. George Green and II. G. Smith left Saturday for Indiana. Mr. Cris Sowder and wife spent Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Green. There will be preaching at Level Green, Sunday April 1C, by Rev. Luns-forMessrs. d. Try it yourself sibssi m l sct-fire-- to Mr. J. M. Smith and wife were the guests of their son, W. H. Smith, Tuesday. EXTRA GOOD MULES AND HORSES. irfmuwiM inforCheap and big canDaklngPowders do not aa ve you money. Csiumet Hoes it's Pure and far superior to cour mlllc and soda. if you want personal and positive mation as to how delightful Prince Albert really is, smoked in a jimmy pipe or rolled into the best maldn's cigarette you ever For, Prince Albert hra a vcnd;rfol message and micln'n p?ace for every of man. It will revclutcnc your smoke ideas and ideals. The? patent. ! process fi::os that and cuts out bito ond parch I 1 pipe-pence If you want to buy or sell, come to this sale, beginning promptly at one p. m. Taylor Livery Capl. T. D. English, Aucl. Co. STANFORD Miss I.enn Oatta of Monticello, is the guest of her sister, Mrs. Miller Hill. Mr. Will Huys was the guest Sat urday of her brother, Jnmcs A. Ueazley and family. Mr. Albert Phillips nnd little daugh ter. Alberta Uh nro visiting near Nicholmville. Mrs. C. lliivs Foster nnd littlodaugh- ter, Jane Murrell, are visiting relatives and friends in Louisville. Heverlv Kout went to Louisville Sat urday to be with his wife during un operation at a Louisville hospital. Mrs. A. C. Hill has returned home after a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mr. John II. Mershon, nt Somerset. Mis Katie Lynn Wood left last week for Hlchmond, where xhe will enter the State Normal for u ten weeks course. Mr. Emmett McCormack and daugh ter, Miss MargJerite McCormack, of Hustouville, have been the guests of Mrs. James li. Woods. Monday was Court Day here and a large crowd was on hand. As ha been the custom for years April Court Day Is the annual horae Show day and some splendid animal were on exhibition. Mr. and Mr. J. N. Menefee, who have beep the guest of their daughter Mesdame K. II. Kitchle and G. 1). Maury at Mineral Wells, Texas for several month have returned home. Will Hay, local agent for tho six- cylinder Studebaker, sold one to Jaks Koblnson Monday, Mr. Hays will go to Louisville Monday after fifteen mora cor. He I also selling the Chevrolet Main Street, Danville, Ky. FOR SALE All Covrrbt l.l''jr K.J. I . the national joy smoke is so friendly to your tongue and taste that it is mighty easy to get acquainted with. You'll like every pipeful or cigaretto better the Little Things 1$ ft - f ' than the last because it is so cool and You'll just cit fragrant and back and ponder why you have kept away from such joy'us smokings for so long a time ! long-burnin- AND THE BIG ONES. TOO That the Motorcar Owner and His Auto Need. Right Here and g. at IMEAJOR A Men, wo tell you Princo Albert is nil wo claim for it. You'll understand just how different our patented process makes Prince Albert quick as you smoke it I Buy Princ Albert 9rvwhr0 fo&rr if aofJi In Topp Set ttoy wmi ttn$, lUet MW pound and hut f (xxttnj tin humtJott and in pvumj crytmtglat humiJttf with ipong0moittnir A) tobuccv in uA prima tonUttlwi, that Acp PRICES THAT ARE RIGHT ri ia Tires, Tools, Gasoline Shetland Ponies at Lancaster, for sale, with ten other spotted JR. beautiful Shetland Stallion Kentucky. C fp Lancaster Victor Car Co. O Off K La, tUi l tU tUr rJ tta 141 "hMIN ftUtrf! )if IM7," vUcfc twa u4 lAr rU (mm J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Wlnrton-Silei- n, N. C. ELKIN PLACE. car. The Central Kecord, Thursaay April 13, 1916. The Central Record incorporatrd. ssued Weekly $1.00 HISTORIC SHAWNEE RUN TO THE CITIZENS a year. BAPTISH CHURCH TO BE OF LANCASTER AND RARD GAR- E. ROBINSON. Editor. R.L. ELKIN. Lncol Editor nnd Mfir. J. REPLACED BY NEW , BUILDING. The old Shawnee Hun Baptist Church, CO. erected 100 years ago, six miles from Member Kentucky Press Association llarrodsburg and nearBurgin, Is togive way to progress". Trfe old frame buildnd There seems to be, amongst the peo ing will be torn down at onco and in its Eighth District Publishers League, place will be put up n church in keep pie here, some misconception as to the ing with the wealth and progress of purpose and aims of the Bastln Tele phone Company toward its patrons and Lancaster, Kj., April 13, 1916 this community. Miss Neva Lillian Williams in writing the people generally. Its purpose, un the history of this church to the Cour- der its new management, was'and la to give to Its patrons good service, curtc-ou- s Rates For Political Announcemcnta ier Journal suys; "Much uf the early religious history treatment and a square deal on For Precinct and Cltv Offices ...S Kentucky is associated with this every proposition. of 10.00 vUince. Ono must go bacK to the moths"or County Offlces tor State and District Offices.... 15.00 er state, Virginia, to lully understand In order to do this it was and is nec 10 and appreciate the circumstances under essary to expend on improvements on For Calls, per line 10 which the old church was organized. this telephone system In this City and For Cards, per line When Daniel Boone made his second in Garrard County, as much or more For all publications In the Intertrip to Kentucky he was accompanied Dollars, est of individuals or expresbv Capt. William Bush, uf Orange than Ten Thousand ($10,000) un ms return nome It has already spent, in modernizing county, Virginia, sion of individual views, per over Six 10 Capt. Bush gave such glowing accounts and repairing the system, line fertility of the new country that Thousand ((3,000) Dollars, nnd it is its OS of the Obituaries, per line a colony of his neighbors, chiefly mem- intention, as speedily as practicable, to bers of the Pamunky Baptist church, on the no! tli fork ot the Anna Hivcr, in spend the remainder of the Ten Thous We are authorized to announce Miss Orange county, took their "letters" and ($10,000) Dollars, or as much more body Jennie Itiggins n candidate fcr County from tnat church and started in a and a as is necessary to give to each of Its Bush patrons an modern and effl of Garrard to Boonesboro Fort. Capt. School Superintendent few of the men preceded them and enCounty, subject to the action of the tered lands for the members of the col- cient telephone service. To do this has required and will reDemocratic primary August 1917. ony In what is now Clark county, Kentucky, extending from near the fort quire and in money of Fifty almost to the place where Winchester We are authorized to announce J. O, now stands. When the colonists reach- Thousand ($50,000) Dollars, or more, Bogie, as a candidate for the DemoC' ed Hclston River, in Virginia, in Dec- Not only this, but it has required and ratic nomination fcr County Court ember. 1780, where the present town will require the vShole time of at least Clerk, primary to be held August 1917 of Ablngton is located, they were met eight (8) or nine (9) well trained, in by a messenger sent by Capt. "Billy" telllgent and skilled persons to manage Bush, who was then at Booneiboro, We are authorized to announce Joe warning them not to proceed any fur- operate and keep said telephone system Hamilton as a candidate for County ther just then becauao of the hostilities in repair and in a state of reasonable they reached efficiency. Court Clerk, to fill out the unexpired of the Indians. Soon afterby joined the Rev. To convince you that the Bastin Tele term of J. W. Hamilton. Subject to Holston they were regularly ordained Robert Elkin, a the action of the Democratic primary Baptist minister, from "the older part phone Company has not raised its rates August 1910. of Virginia", who with his family was to an unreasonable amount nnd that in en route to the new county of Kentuc- the raise of rates for the use of both ky. The colonists chose him as their residence and business telephones, as His selection as chairman of theSta'te pastor and organized themselves Into n follows: to $1.60 for residence phones Democratic Committees was not brought Ilantlst church early In January. 1781. and $2.00 for business phones, that it about by any desire or effort on the The minute records of the church are has done no more than other telephone part of Judge Hardin. In fact, he did without a break to this day." Now we can tell gome interesting systems in this State have done for not want the position, but after it was similar services under like conditions, decided by the democratic leaders from facta about this "regularly ordained it respectfully calls your attentions to all parts of the State that the candidacy Baptist minister Rev. Robert Elkin". rates now charged and paid in the Judge Hardin would unite the party In the first place he preached Naniy the of Hank's funeral sermon, her dutiful son, following cities, and bring about a harmonious conven City. I'.cfCily. Res. Bus's, tion such as perhaps the selection of no Abraham Lincoln, walking miles to se other man would, and after being cure him, a pathetic account of which Mt Vernon. Ky.. Gth. $1.50 $2.00 strongly urged he consented that his will be found in "The Southerner" by Frankfort, Ky., UC5 3rd. 2.76 operating. Dixon. 'This "man of God" named all Crab Orchard.Ky., Cth. name might bo used in this connection. 1.05 2.75 We are here to stay and to operate a characters, Winchester, Ky.. Democrats of this districtare very of his children for Biblical 2.75 telephone exchange and do a telcphono 4th. 1.65 much gratified that Judge Hardin is to One of his sons was named Zachariah, Hazard. Ky.. 1.G3 2.75 business according to legitimate busi6lh. be at the head of the democratic party Zachanah named his first born Robert Richmond. Ky., 2.75 ness principles and to the laws 4th. l.CS of the in Kentucky for the next four years, then the said Robert named a son Zach London (town only) 4th. 2.00 land. 1.25 Brian, this Zachariah named his son Berea, Ky.. because so far as It tics in his power all 2.60 5th. 1.60 4: On account of the foregoing reas the factions of the democratic party Robert, who happens to be the local Lebanon. Ky., 2.75 ons it is necessary that we should apply 5th 1.50 editor and business manager of the Stanford, Ky., will get a fair deal. There could not 3.75 the 5th. 1.65 raise heretofore made, that is, $1 50 Record. have been found in Kentucky a man so Central 2.75 for residence 'phones and $2.00 Kv., 4th. 1.65 for bus This pioneer Baptist preacher lies Danville. well suited for this important place of 2.75 iness 'phones. If a v llarrodsburg, Ky.. 4th. 1.65 subscriber does in a neglected grave in Clark influence and power, and no man who buried 2.00 not care to pay these ' will re6th. 1.50 Manchester, Ky.. r.ites we county, where he labored so long in the would strive harder to Keep his party Cth. 1.50 1.75 move, his 'phone, as we can not Hustonville, Ky., . Masters cause. furnish united. Judge Hardin has long been an Somerset, Ky., telephone service at the. old rates with intimate personal friend of Senator COO 2.50 Lexington, Ky., out losing a great derl of money. James, who perhaps had more to do WHAT DO YOU THINK Nicholasville, Ky., has twp systems, 5: We have taken the old open and with selecting Judge Hardin for this one at $1.65 and $2.75, and the other at strung wires off of the streets and sub OF OUR TOWN? $1.60 and $2. CO. place than any one else, and also a stituted cable distribution and have friend of Senator Beckham and GoverWell, that is a pretty direct qttes- An inspection of the properties of the taken the poles off the Square and plac nor Stanley, and is perhaps the tion and one, too, which might be an telephone systems in the foregoing ed them in the alleys and have thus in Kentucky who.would have been swered In a great variety of ways. cities and investigation of the kind and greatly helped the looks of tho Square thoroughly agreeable and acceptable to But n modest opinion concerning the quality of the services rendered by said and streets as well as to give much Det-tthese three leaders of the party and all question, and from one who expects to systems, service under the metallic system. and a comparison of the same the factions in the party. The acceptmake this his home, may possibly be with the property and services render- If we had notmade these improvements ance of this position will in no way read with some interest by citizens. ed by the Bastin Telephone Company since wa have had charge of the plant conflict with the performnnce of his Our town is indeed, beautiful for sit- here will convince, in our judgment. it would have been all on 'the ground duties as Circuit Judge and he is foruation Nature seems to have done any candid and fair minded person that and vou would have had no telephone tunately in a position to do a great serher utmost in creating a fine site for this Company has done no more in rais- service at all. We respectfully ask the vice to his party and fellow democrats a city of genuine worth and enduring ing its rates than it was entitled by citizens of Lancaster to give us a fair who have so signally honored him hereprogress. It would thus seems mat right to do, and no more than any pat- and just consideration and we assuro tofore. It is indeed a very distinguish- Nature must have designed this par- ron of this Company, under the same them again that the rates we propose ed honor to Judge Hardin and an evicircumstances, would have done. In are among the lowest in the State of ticular spot for a noble and dence of the confidence of Kentucky Nature, fact. It has only done what it was com- Kentucky, and there is nothing excessclass of citizens. demociats in his fairness, honesty and in this respect has evidently met with pelled to do or not give the service ive about them, whatever. ability, that he should be their unaniRespectfully submitted, Every town or rendered, and not. improve the system a genuine resppnte. mous choice when there has been bo city, has nn .individuality, a type of as It has been improved, and will be THE BASTIN TELEPHONE CO. much bitterness among the factions. itn own; and thus attracts citizens of improved. The facts are that there is By J. R. Cornn. The State Convention will bo harthe same general characteristics to scarcely an article used in the repair monious. Governor Stanley's Admin- a great extent, at least, we think this For Easter a box of delicious Iluy and maintenance of a telephone system istration will be unanimously endorsed is true. today that does not cost more than 75 lers, nt Stormes. and the record of both Senator .James The people here are observed to be per cent more than the same material and Senator Beckham will be approved thoughtful, kind, sympathetic anil cost twelve months ago, and one can. An Exemplary Life. And as the and Kentucky's electorial vote will be helpful to one another. not tell what the cost will he in one "Ono must have lived greatly whoso for President Wilson in November. Postum man is wont to say, "There's year more. rocord would bear the full light of day a a reason." This is beginning to Its close" Se 1. We call your attention to the from city of homes. The very atmosphere Kentucky university will receive ' fact that at the time the rate of $1.00 lected. feelof things imparts to one a restful $1000 from the William Tinley founda-tioper month was established, tliut land is is for the benefit of youths who want ing, ii thoughtful spirit, and alland now selling for from $100.00 to $140.00 in the development Growing Raspberries. to perfect themselves in scientific agri- concerned the higher idea's. per acre was then telling for from There Is n "bush" system " growing growth of culture. Sir. Finley was, for years, In speaking of our town as a city $40.00 to $50.00 an acre; corn at $1.60 raspbcrrle which Is especially adapted president of the Southern Hallway and of homes, however, we do not mean to to $2.00 per barrel; wheat at fifty and to tho small garden. Tin- - plants are did much for the promotion of agricul eay that it is not nlso a place of sub- sixty cents per bushel; tobacco at six set In furrows six feet upnrt In the ture along that road. By no and seven cents per pound and hemp Now, part of stantial business interests. Tho plants should bo trained In nis lortune will be used for the benefit means! ( t four and five dollars per hundred; bush form Instead of vlnoi by being All the various kinds of business are hogs at four cen's per pcund, and tele- pinched or cut back .during the sumot the youths of this and other South, not only well represented, but they phone material and wire at one third mer. 'Do not let tho lending shout or ern states. "hadcr" grow more thnu threo nril n also seem to be conducted by men of of what It costs today. In other half feet high. The laterals should bo Scot county is to reconstruct fifty-si- z good ability and thoso who possess words telephone wire has Increased started near tho surfuco of the ground the spirit of genuine progress. The three hundred per cent. miles of her Would you and kept to elshtecn Inches In length. seat places of business are, for the most expect a merchant to sell shoes tit the It 'will require considerable pruning roads, nnd a sneciai rrimmiii was appointed by the fiscal court to part, well arranged, neatly kept and same price if they cost him $1 00 a back during the growing season to iook carefully Into the matter of quar- managed with a promptness cour- pair in 18W and $3.00 a pair in 19167 mako bushy plants, but It Is worth thu ries. That Is most important, as it is tesy towards customers that compare Of course not. And the same business effort. being learned through experience favorably with many cities of much principle and rule that govern the mer We wish you would all where scientihe tests were not applied larger size. chant is bound to govern tha telephone that there are quarries and quarries gut interested in your town and stand business too. In addition to the In SOME POULTRY HINTS. u rich man starts a project, by it. If and all kinds of limestone. creased coat in material, labor has ina poor man, help him. encourage it; if creased from one hundred to two hun Do not dciqilsc, well bred poultry. The good roads wort, ho well com- Don't be afraid to stick your hand in dred per cent. No territory has ever been noted, for menced by Letcher county last year, your pocket. If you have means, in 2. There has been a great deal of Its poultry products unless well bred is ii to be further pushed this year, vest in something that will give em- talk about the Bastin Telephone Comfowls wcro tDo rule. Do not kick and as definite preparation a vote has ployment to somebody. We pany making money In the past. About tho best rilncdy for "scaly been ordered on a f200,000 bond prop, on every proposed improvement sim- do not know what Mr. Bastin realized IcgV which Is tho work ot miniature oiition that, it is said, will be sure to ply because it is not at your own door. out of this Company, but since the parasites. Is un application of sulphur to beautify your town carry. The mountain counties are Do all you can und melted lard onco a week, management has owned It since und your property also. Be friendly to present showing good spirit. A closo study of any breed Is not everybody and courteous to strang September 1914, we have made nothing only Interesting, but profitable. Get and have not paid expenses and have ers, and never forget that you nre a not declared one cent In dividends on acquainted with your fowl and let part of the town and that your own ' deportment does Its share in giving the investment. It is a losing prop- themIsget acquainted with you. tho hens HOUSE BURNS. moroprofltublo tolinvo It Sell and buy osition at $1.00 per month and wu do In laying condition for tho period when the town its character. This morning about five o'clock the not know whether we cau mako ex- prlco Stand by all arc ilsh than It Is to attcfbpt to all you can at home. houo occupied by Mr. Allen Ueazley penses and pay a dividend at $1 60 and preserve eggs until that time. other enterprising, citizens and be we are witling to try at this and family caught fire from un unknown tho poultry luivo a share of tha ready to do some of the work your- $2.00, but came and wa totally consumed la a self; and don't grumble or spend your rato at the present time. We could not sour in lit few moments. bind ourselves to. those rates for a long Mrs. Ueazley and the time in prophesying failures. l!o sure to keep plenty of fresh wachildren narrowly etcsplng In their It is uow the duty of every citizen to period of time for we are reliably In- ter tieforo tho hens. A great amount night clothes. Nothing was saved und clean up, not only for your own good formed that other telephone companies of water Is unciI to form the egg, there was no Insurance. The fire had but for your neighbors good and to with year of experience, owing to the If you bare windows 'In thu liena good place make Lancaster recently been made in the kitchen stove In which to live. look like observe these the increased cost of labor and mater- Jiouso keep them clean. tH the lieu If you and it Is possible that the fire originat- rules you also enhance the value of ial, aro asking for franchises for ser- need all the sunlight they ceu get thesi vice in the city limits aloneata greater days. ed from this flue. your property. i out-laj- v t: 01-l- ie only-mahigh-mindn fur-loInter-count- y - Knitted ! Ih Toil OIBec lu Unoitrr, Rtconil Clut Mall Jloltcr. Kj., rate than we are now proposing. Dan ville Is offering n franchise at present nt $2.00 for residence and $3.00 for business phonts to be sold the 19th. of this, month, which Is a considerable increase of the old rate. If Mr. Bastin made any money out of this avstom, it was for two reasons, that Id did not spend any money in Improving It and ho and his boys did all the work. Wo venture the assertion that if Mr. Bastin and his trays had given the same time to any other vocation or business they could have made twice as much money as they did out of the telephone business. The City of Lancaster owes a debt of gratitude to Mr. Iliutin in furnishing $1.00 service as long as ho did. for he could not have done so, had not his own tamily done the work The present management is required to lilro all of ItJ labor and the increase in the .elephono rate Is an absolute business necessity. We believe that the great majoilty of the people who ore buisness men and understand bus iness conditions will see the justness of cur position. We regret that those who nre prejudiced and don't understand the situation should undertake to arouse nny feeling against the Company because we have as much money Invested in Garrard County as any other enterprise and are entitled to just nnd fair treatment. 3: Them Is also some talk of nnother telephone company. Of course, we Can not prevent the organlz.it ion of nnother company. The service thn( tney will be able to render may not be worth over $1.00. because you could not talk over It farther than they build their lines, which will be of course Iocnl. We have established a system where you can remain in your business house or residence and talk to any place in the State. When the old system was first established you could only talk over about forty phones and to but few people. Now you aro able to talk to thousands. If another Company should be established in Lancaster it wotild only be an additional expense and cost to the citizens nnd business men as is shown bv the experience of all other towns where two companies have been operating. It would necessitate all business houses to have two 'phones and thereby creating a double expense, and jou would not get any better service from the two systems than you get from the system that we are now Little Detty't Query. other day, little Hetty, aged three, was sitting on my tap as I wac cutting pictures of birds from n paper nnd Sticking them to tha window for her amusement, Sho started jumping around and as I had tho scissors In my hand, I told her sho must bo careful. Sho at once looked at ma and said, "Will I scare, tho birds away!" Exchange Tho New Line of Up-To-Da- te- BUGGIES AND ALSO THE STOCKMAN. Oats nnd bran mako a good ration for owes with lamb at their side. Tho use of Immature aires Is a common tnlstnko inado by tunny lire stock farmers. Lack of nttentlon to the teeth of the horxes often cuiues largo holes to appear In tho oat bin without vMblo return. Mora sheep should be raised. The demand for lamb nnd mutton Is nlwnya good. Frasier Eoad Carts Proper nliout the hog pens nro tho best prorentlTcs of hog cholera' nnd other dlsenses liicldctn to swine. Middlings, ground oats nnd barley foil to sows will supply n ration that will produce milk la sanltnry conditions abundance. at prices right. Sec US In regard to putting on your RUBBER TIRES. We handle nothing but the best grade of rubber SHEEP SHOULD HAVE SALT IN ABUNDANCE I havo romo to tho conclusion that tho old custom of always keeping salt where sheep can reach It Is n good ono and Is' founded on n thorough knowledge of what tho nnlmnls should hare, writes n cotTrnpondcnt of the Farm rrogress. Why sheep should usually haro an lnteuso craving for salt Is something I cannot explain, but It Is n natural craving and Is truo the world over. needed BECKER & BALLARD PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Kv. iff JLiaszcv JJispLay. 1916. 8 21 Salt Is not n food, of course, but It Is to aid digestion. Where the sheep nro denied fait they will not thrive. I have never beard of nny experiments that would show Just what the effect of doing without aalt would tic on n flock of sheep, but I do not doubt that It 'would affect them very unfavorably. Salt stimulates ccrtalu functions of tho digestive orgnns and Is needed In even larger quantities In 5? summer than In winter. In summer tho sheep Is eating large vrr quantities of green food, and tho digestion may becomo rather lax In dealing with masses of green stuff. Salt nets i ns n convcttro when this hnpiens. nnd at tho same time It helps the system to more rapidly nsslmllatc the food that Is being taken Into tho Intestinal tract While sheep require more salt In summer than In winter beeauso of the great amount ot succulent and green 1 We have mnilc cxtru preparations for this important event and will display nn exceptionally attractive Miowini! of the seasons very newest designs Saturday, April 15th, Yon nre cordially invited. 3 8 Jfoel Siszcrs. DenvlUe, Ky. 3C it White 3C "A Or Smooth Enameled Wood Work always looks checrfulrsnd inviting and is the easiest kept. ft 1 Our showing consists of FIRST COATERS, Tito of tlio strong point ot UampMnlro hefp aro the fecundity or the ewes and their ability to raise tlio lambs. The Hampshire are iulto uiilely distributed In this country and are jopular beeauso ot their heavy cood frmlni: qualltlee nnd Iitko eiu. Thty aim produce prime mutton. The wether pictured a llampihlre. fixxl that U being consumed. It will never do to stint them on nail la whiter. I usd tlio rock or block salt method, but many men who specialize on sheep prefer to supply tho loose salt In boxes under the bhelter of the whiter EXTRA HARD, and Bath Room Enamels of highest class for Brilliancy and Endurance Ask about Floor Filler and Surfacer. Its fine Stormes' Drug Store 21 n ii ic Diaw 1L hhedn. Sometimes the salt Is Chen In the food, unit this U a good plan where sheep uro belnj fattened, and It Is to have them eat amounts of fattening feed. Mixing the wilt In tho ration token some time, mid )ou can never tell whether thu sheep aro getting Just as much Bait its they may netKL It U a custom In somo neighborhood to H.ilt thu sheep only on Sunday morn- A Check for the money yon ov e and note how much more res- pectfully your creditors gard you. re- ings or some other time In tho week, This U not u good plan, liven though they aro given plenty nt (lint time, their craving Is fo great that they will tako moro than Is good for them, (ioh! as salt Is for thoso anluuils, they rnn tako fo much Hint It will to Injurious to them. They will ilrluk too much following an overdoeo of wilt Tho better tho pasture tho more salt will bo required. Tho ahecp U the best Judge of how much salt U needed and when It should bo taken. For this ren sou salt should ulwaya.bo accessible, either In tho form of rock salt or In looso salt placed In boxes wlthlu reach of tha sheep. Polntt of a Oieon Hog. The Ideal bacon hog U long In body, only moderately deep and thick and light In ahoulder aud ham. Tho back, If wide, would carry too much fat for u good gredo of bacoti. A full, gtroug loin well packed with llesh U required. Ar tint, straight ildo U tho result of tho bacon rib that gprtngs out boldly from tho backbone, und after making n sharp turu drops down evenly und straight. Length ot slda H nlwuys held lu high favor. Tho IIchIi of tho good bacon hog Is ulwujs Arm aud thu bones heavy. The Hog Fence. Tighten up tho plgpeu fence. Kerne sows seem to havo a roving desire before the, pigs come. They like to do business with a man who has nn account at the Garrard Bank Trust Co. UfflKjJ p -- TaCiUnm I H They know he la doing buincas In a bualress liku way. Hotter open audi nn account even If your affair are not large. They will grow nil right. S Tho Garrard Bank & Trust Company I THE NftTiONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. It Surplus $30,000. , )UN!IV. I'resldetit J. U. STORM KS, Vice l'rea't. S. U. DKNNV, Cashier. r. It. 1. JlUillY, Asa't Cashier. J. U GlLL, Safety Bamual Deposit WE SOLICIT Boxes VOUU For Rent. 11US1NESS. I), Cochran, Alex H. Denny, J. II. I'osey, J, K. Stormes, S. C Denny, J. U GUI. Dr. W. M. Klllott. Directors. i The Central Record, Thursday April 13, 1916 i 5 That is unsurpassed and unapproached in style and grace. Be sure and see our line of foot-wefor women and children before you make your purchase. ar . Values Waists. In all the New Material, Colors and Styles. We are also Exclusive Agents for the I Suits, Coats, Dresses and Skirts. We are exhibiting the Cream of the. countrys foremost production of Spring apparel for particular women. All this high-grad- WELL WORTH and Blouse $2.00 $1.00 WORTHMORE Waist e Merchandise offered at reasonable prices. I )JmM RelEble Store. TrlS Joseph Mercantile I2HI Mr. and Mrs. Co j Quality Store. YOU'U. FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. I JOHN DEERE WAGONS & IMPLEMENTS. The Best and Most Durable Implements made. J. Raymond I In eldcn is the Gossip About People N?VVe A Drill Mention of the Coming were in Danville Tuesday. Miss Lillie Noel of Danville guest of Mrs. U. D. Simpson. News Of Tho Churcues. i LIVE STOCK HUSBANDRY CARE Hemp Drills, One and Two Horse Corn tni Plan ers, Mowers, Binders, Plows, Etc. Ooinji LyThoit W An tnttmted In. Mesdames S. D. Cochran und W. 0. Rev. VV'.A. Swift will preach at the GooJIoe were in Danville Tuesday. nt the Methodist church next Sunday Mesdames Ed Price and Mattie P. morning in the interest of Kentucky Frisbie were visitors in Danville Tues- Wesieyan College. J day. Salt, Lime, Seed Oats and Coal at Garrard Milling Co. For Easter a box of delicious Huy- lers, at Stormes. The season is on for Cement, Lime, Sand Prick and Stone. Garrard Milling Co. We keep repairs on liiiml, but these implements nre so durable Kliler F. M. Tinder has gone to Alathnl wc sprucely ever sell nny repairs. Keports thnt we do not keep bama to hold a revival. repairs for these implements tire fulse. Wc run snve you money. Mrs. J. It. Sopor has been in Lexington on a visit to relatives. J. R. Mount, Son & Co. The Square Deal House. 3 Mr. and Mrs. John Murphy have gone to Indianapolis to reside. Mesdames W. 1). Mason and V. Cook were in Lexington recently. It. rft OUR 7i SJ LINES ARE COMPLETE W And we are ready for business. We have all the new shapes and shades. Serin Orchid and Bordeaux shades which are the newest. the latest music, on sale at 1 3cts per copy. Join our profit sharing plan. Ask about it. All Ca 8 Give us a call. t (I) (!) MRS RELLA ARNOLD FRANCIS. Mr. William G. Anderson,, one of Lancaster's oldest citizens, i confined ' to his bed. Mrr. G. C. Hose has returned from a visit to her sister, Mrs. J. C. Eubanks in Stanford. Mias Tonimie Francis is making a visit to her sister, Mrs. George Hallow in Madison county. r Robinson Cook, a student at the Mili tary Institute at Millersburg, lias been at home for a short visit. Mrs. Joe llurnside returned Monday from a visit to her daughter, Mrs. G. A. McltobcrU in Covington. Mrs. L. C. Johnson leaves shortly to be with her daughter. Miss Florence Johnson, at DeLund Florida. Mioses Jnne and Mnry Doty were in Danville last Friday and made a brief visit to Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Moore, Mr. and Mrs. H. 1'. Gregory and Mis Sallie Cook Gregory motored to Lexington. Mr. Stephen A. Walker, late of has accepted a position with the Old Hickory Wagon Works ot I.ouisville. Miss Jennie Dickerson, a Garrard school teacher, went to Richmond Sat urday to visit her mother, Mrs. Mary Dickerson. Rev. F. Jtl. Tinder left Tuesday for is the Demopolis, Ala., where he goes to hold the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. a two weeks meeting. Prof. E. W. Frank llibbnrd. president of Hamilton McDuirmid, , Mr. Fred I. Frisbie is on the sick college will preach at the Christian list, being a sufferer from an abscess church next Sunday morning and at the union services nt the Methodist at the root of a tooth. church Sunday evening. Mrs. J. li. Paxton, of Stanford, was over Tuesday on a visit to her mother, Baptist Church. Mrs. A. C. Robinson. 9:15 a. m.. Itibie School. Mr. George Smith Sr. is one of the 11:00 a. m Preaching Service. elderly citizens who hus been confined 7:15 p. m.. Preaching by the pastor, to his home by illness. subject "The He Devils Toboggain Mrs. Litre Ford has returned from Slide." A. J. Clere. a visit to Lexington where she attended the Chi Omegu banquet. Miss Inez Ray, of McCrcary, Mrs. Joe Calloway of near Eminence. is here for a several weeks visit to her mother, Mrs. Fannie Walker. , OF BROOD SOWS. GO TO SUNDAY SCHOOL. . Animals Need Special Attention When Near Farrowing Time. Dahlias for sale, any color at home The brood sow that U expected to or Curry's store. farrow good, strong, healthy piss in n Mis. II. C. Hamilton. month or so should receive a little special attention, says tbo Orange JuM Hemp Seed wanted for fall delivery. Farmer. During tho first few weeks A. M. Shely. Hotel, of pregnancy there Is little extra deor F. U. Marksbury. mand on tbo mother, but later In the period the fetus Is developing rapidly, The largest line ofFishing Tackle and the extra care U necessary. The brood sow must have plenty of and Base Ball goods ever shown in Lanclean, wholesome feed. Tho feed should caster at Conn Bros. not tie fattening, but succulent and somewhat laxative. Roots, kalo or fine Order now, EASTER FLOWERS at clover hay aro good winter green feeds. Storm es. A Business Man's Testimony. 5000 Wanted. THE NEW FIRM OF Davidson & Tomlinson (Successors to Davidson & Doty.l fj) ! I V I!) CI 1 I ( Solicit your I I Grocery and Meat business. Satisfied Customers Our Motto. Give us a trial. ! 1 Joseph Ilullou, son of Mrs. 11. M. Uullou, formerly of this city, won a medal m the recent W. C. T. U. contest ut Stanfoid. Rev. and Mrs. 11. S. Hudson and Mr. Ed Walker were In Danville Tuesday evening for the Transylvania Presbytery. D. C. Sanders Jr. tho Imiidioriu' little, son of Mr. and Mrs. 1). C. Sanders, fell and cut a gash in his lip that required several stitches to close the wound. Mrs. K. C. Hcstin 1ms returned to her home in Lincoln county, after u visit to her sinter, Mrs. E. J, Young who has been quite ill ut her home on Hamilton I I I n fll (IF DC 11 E If so call at 3G avenue. Miss Bessie Holtzclaw, the pretty young daughter of Mrs. Anna Kailey came over Saturday from Stanford, and made u short visit to her mother at the home of Mrs. J. C. Robinson. ARE YOU HUNGRY? m 111 "The Turizavi for a nice Lunch, also Everything In Soft Drinks in 2 force greatly misses Thtf Record Miss (Iraco Comley who has t'ono to Indianapolis to reside with her mother whu recently moved there. While re gretting to givo her up. every Rood with from the Record gooj with her. Mesdames V. Frisbie. J. E. Stc.r-me- s, E C Gaines and Miss Helen Gill have been selected us delegates repre- SPRING EASTER DISPLAY OF senting the Lancaster Presbyterian church ut the Presbvterial meeting to be held at Danville this coming week. Mr unci Mrs Thomas Turner und Miss Callie Hlggins of llarborsvillc, were tho week end guest of his brrother, Mr und Mrs M. II. Turner. Thov were PATTERN AND SPORT HATS. All the newest ideas in shapes' and trimmings. entertained at a delightful dinner Sunday, there being ubout twentty five present, Mrs. J. V, Arnold was hostess uc a luncheon Saturday nt her homo on Seventeenth Street, South, in honor of Miss Annie Hello liurnslde, of Lancaster, Ky., Miss Marie Trappof Lexington, Ky, and Miss Eloise Russell of Mississippi. At the beautifully appointed table places were laid for Miss llurnside, Miss Trapp, Miss Russell and five other friends. Birmingham News. Saturday, April 15th. You are cordially Invited. MINNIE BROWN. The Chautauauii Circle held its regu (Bv Ernest O. Sellers) lar Tuesday afternoon assemblage at The modern Sunday school movement the home of Mrs. 11. F. Hudson. has always been distinguished bv the large number of laymen who have been its chief leaders and supporters. MenPATTERSON-CRUMRI- N. tion has been made of Mr. John D. Miss Grace Helen Patterson und Mr. Rockefeller, John Wanamaker, E. K. Warren, H. J. Heinz anu others. Ore Russel A. Crumrin.of Marshall Illinois, by this mass of testimony were married in Indianapolis last Fri- is bewildered us to the value of the Sunday school, day, April 7th, by Rev. J. Milton to individual lives and of the Methodist Episcopal church. its contribution hold upon men who rank very high After u trip west, they WU make their its business world. There has rehome in Indianapolis. Mr. and Mrs. in the George Patterson accompanied their cently come under the writer's eye u duughter to Indiairnpohs and returned letter which ho is impelled to quote. It immediately to Lancaster after the is from the president of a great cereal manufacturing company of St. Louis, marriage ceremony. is greatly interested Miss Grace Helen was born and rear- Mr. Danforth, who in the secondary or older boys' work ed in Lmcaster Bnd the best wishes of und haj liberally supported the summer friends go with her in her new life and training school ut Lake Geneva, Wis. home. The groom is a moral, indusHe says; "As a boy the biggest man I trious young man and tins n splendid knew was my Sunday school superinposition in Indianapolis. tendent. He made the greatest impression upon my life. The biggest gain since has been In teaching und A COMPLIMENT working irj the Sunday 3chool. The inTaid Judge Hardin Dy The Graves County spiration of such men as Heinz and Wanamaker has confirmed me in my Par Last Saturday. decision that as long us I can hold my Judge C. A. Hardin was appointed job in the Sunday school you will find recently to preside at the Graves Coun- me right there." Mr. Danforth is one who has come to ty Circuit Court ami tho bsr of that realize that it means far more to reach place paid him the following high comand transform a boy plus a life than to pliment: Judge Hardin was paid an unusual reach a man without u life of service compliment by the lawyers of Graves to follow. Judgu Fawcett of tho New York county when the following resolutions ulife-lonSunday school were unanimously adopted at the close juvenile court, man, says that he had never hnd to senof the term of court last Saturday; lie it Resolved, That the Graves tence as a "first offender", a boy who County Har highly appreciates the un- was u faithful, regular Sunday school tiring labors of tho Hon. Charles A. attendant. The late Mr. Lindsey Woodcock, vice Hardin in presiding during the entire special term allotted to him nt the president nnd general manager of the March, 191G, term of the Graves Cir- Marshall Field retuil store of Chicago, onco said; "We always feel fairly concuit Court. We further appreciate his masterly fident of the future of any boy who and impartial rulings on all mutters comes into our employ when we know that he is u Sunday school boy." These submitted fur his consideration. Wo hereby tender him our heartfelt men are not moved by sentimental nod appreciation of his kindly tteatment of einotionul appeals, but their judgment all members of the bur, und desiru to rests upon the practical material conexpress to him on the records of this tribution that the Sunday schools ure court our high ostein of him both us a making to the youth of our land. presiding Judge iiiulus u congenial und Leave Him Alone. affable Kentucky gentleman. When a man cornea homo at nighty W. II. Stunfield. "dog tired," und perhapa worried about' B. C. Seay, his business, questions, even sympaW.J. Webb, Committee thetic questions, nro llko turning tho knlfo in tho wound of his mental Dog Killing Is Different. weariness. Let silence llko a poultice Human nature Is funny In other re- como to heal tho wounds of sound, spects, too. For Initnnce. tbero aro llavo sense enough to lcavo him alono men who will think it accidental tf you until his brain Is rested and his mood run your flivver over ono of their kids, changes. Thus advises Eleanor Clapp, but If you kill tholr dogs they will bo writing for Farm and Home. certain you did It on purpose and will hato you forever. Hot Compresses Needed. Here is a method of preparing hot compresses for tho sick when moist NOTICE. heat Is required, which It would bo All persjns having claims agnnst the well for all housewives to know about: estate of T. D. Chesnutt, deceased, Tako a double cooker, partially till will .present some, properly proven to lower part with water, and place over the undersigned. Those knowing them- fire. Wring out pieces ot wet flannel selves indebted to deceased will come until as dry us possible, und place In Plwo upper upper halt of .cooker. forward and settle at once, part In lower, nnd when the water J, T. und J. V, Chesnutt, bolls the flannels aro ready to apply. Lancaster, Ky. Administrators. No wringing Is necessary. Hln-kle, g of Cultivated Hemp Seed for fall delivery. Phone Glass & Giasr, Camp Nelson, Ky. For Safe. .$550 Kurtzrpan upright piano, good as new for sale at low price. Address Glen, Ricketts, Nicholasville, Kv. The animals ot the Yorkshire breed of hoss have a quiet disposition, are easily handled and make rapid growth. The sows farrow larso litters, and they make excellent mother". The Yorkshires aro claused as bacon hogs. It Is claimed for them that St per cent of tha dreseed carcass makes fancy ham and bacon, leuylntf but Id per cent foiUrd, sausage ana waste. Tha Bou'ahown Is a Yorkshire. The bay Is not green, but has the same Clover or aleffect on the digestion. falfa hay may lie fed In racks where the sow can help bersrJt nt will. Do not force her to mnke her living altogether from this diet, but It supplements the grain very nicely. Don't starve the sow nml expect to get n strong Utter of pigs. It U best to have the sows separated from the rest ot the hogs, iflul If the old sows tight tho younger ones make n further separation. It doesn't pay to subject tho pregnant sows to punishment. Oftentimes we find them In tho steer feed lot, where tboy nre bunted around too much. Of course It H best not to shut them up in the furrowing pen until n few weeks before farrowing. They should bo In there, how-ove- r, long enough lieforehaud to become accustomed to the place. If you wait until the bow has picked her bod or trouble may result. Keep tho sow well foil, well exercised nnd In clean quarters for bent results when It cornea to farrowing time. Residence and Shop Fcr Sale. bushels Owing to my health will sell worth the money my residence and shop with one and half acres of land in Buena Vista. Shop has established trade of 28 years. Call or write J, E. Scott, Buena Vista. NOTICE Persons having claims against the assigned estate of Harry Ware will present same to me at once properly proven according to law. II. Clay Ksuffman, Assignee. FOR SALE. acres of land near Hyattsviile station on Kirksvillopike, Groom house 11 and . R. F. D. No. Fannie B, Russell, 1 Lancaster, Ky. FOR SALE. 3,000 acres of fine Alfalfa land on pike in good stction of Musisippi. 5,000 acres of Alfalfa and grazing lands in Alabama near Q. : C. R. R. Write for description und prices. J, E. Higginbothum, West Point, Miss ift BELIEVES experience of n IN SHEEP. DO YOU KNOW Your old carpets and cast oil clothing make beautiful Rugs und that I will sell you ut half price a combination Vacuum Cleaner and Sweeper to keep your rugs clean. mo. Fannie Bishop. Idaho Farmer In Handling a Flock. I um not In tho sheep business very heavily. 1 food nothing but hay, which In wild grass 1 feed on tbo enow, wfltes un Idaho correspondent of tho Oraugo Judd Farmer. Thero N a spring In my ynul that never frcezet over, which mipplles plenty of- good water. At night uiy sheep ato kept In u log baru. I huve hnd iu!to u bit of experlcnco lu feeding sheep. They uro us easily wintered f other stock. I do uot hsvei us much loss In winter as 1 do lu Hummer. I havo to feed about four mouths out of tho ycur, wljtcli I beliovo Is n long time. I figure It takes twenty tons of hay to winter 100 nheep. A lamb dropped lu April or May In u year pays for Ids keep with bis fleece. I havo bundled sheep for several years, beginning with fifty ewes. I did so well the llrst year that I bought 200 more, and there W where I fell down. I was crowded for room, aud tha weather ut lumblng tltuo was Coiiso-(juentlcold, wet und disagreeable. I lost it number of my lambs. A farmer has no business having more stock than he has the room to euro for, and It la necessary to have plenty of feed at ull seasons of the year, especially during the months of Murch und April I bellcfo a bcgluuer bbould start with u few owes und gradually work Into the business. Sly experience h been that sheep uro tbo most profitable stock on tho fur in, as they brine good money and quick return DON'T KEEP HENS, Make Ycur Ileus Keep Ycu. My Single Comb Bruwn Leghorns lay when eggs are high. Setting eggs 15 for 75 cents. 100 for $1.00 CASH. Erie C. Farra, Box 272, . Lancaster, Ky. Dally Thought. If n man examines his thoughts, ha will find thcra alljOccuplcd with tho past and tho future. Wo hardly evor think about tho present. . . . Thus, always laying ourselves out to bo happy (In the future) It la Inevitable that man cannot bo so actually. Fa cal. Not 8o Slow for Philadelphia. "Willie," cried Willie's mother, "como right In the bouso this vory mtnuto and go to work on yenr arithmetic." "No. ma." returned Willie, "1 citizen want to grow up a and tho Pennsylvania legislature has just passed a law forbidding child labor." Life. ' Phone 26. Lancaster, Kentucky. Our "GARRARD COUNTY WHITE" and "GARRARD COUNTY YELLOW." Is Carefully Selected and Guaranteed Highest Test. $1.50 PER BUSHEL. Dealers in High Grade Field Seeds, Etc. LOWELL Miss Clnra Oettis is visiting in Rich-mon- Phone 26. Lancaster, Kentucky. HUDSON, HUGHES & FARNAU. CARTERSVILLE. Mrs. Arnold PUBLIC OF SALE. lonnly Court Days. Itichmond, 1st., Monday. I'aris. 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Hnrrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Islington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Monday. Shelbyvillc, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monde;-- . Lnwrenceburg, 3rd. Monday Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday, ML. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. COMMISSIONER'S this week. Hryant still continues very sick. sfHwA' R. E. McROBERTS & SON. i XS One - Million IN THE People I p i f; I P jj Sunday Schools of Kentucky MAY 7th, manent member. 1916. fa. W 'Cjj 5 You owe it to yourself and your State to attind Sunday School on May 7th. If you find there any good for yourself or any opportunity to do good for another, become a per- - ' Kentucky Sunday School Association. Dr. J. A. Snowder, of Winchester, Mr. Harry Turner sold three small Homestead and Household was here last week. shoats to Tom Wren for $12.00. Mr. and Mrs. C. It. Todd were in Mr. Arnold Hryant sold a nice bunch Effects Richmond shopping, Wednesday. of hogs to Tom Wren, price unknown. OF Mrs, Wm. Hurt, Sr., is visiting her Mrs. G. S. Itedwine was tin guest of C. Fales, Deceased Dr. daughter. Mrs. Aucil Parks, in Kich-mon- Mrs. C. S. Robinson at the weeks-end- . As executrix of the estate of my Miss Martha Carter was the guest of Mr. Speed Led ford is in Frirr.klin, O.. Miss Maggie Carter laat Wednesday father. Dr. John C. Fales. I will sell this week, looking for a location for night. publicly on tho premises, at the corner himself and family. Mr. Jesse Calico and Miss Martha of Broadway and Fifth streets in Dan Mr. Joe Boain is in Kingston, this Carter were tho guests of Miss Susie ville, Ky.. at 1:30 P. M.. on week where he is assisting Mr. Hugh Davis last Sunday. ' Wednesday, Conn in drilling wells. Mr. George Green and Mr. GatlitT hit homestead and household effects. Mr. JeiT Davis and family have Smith left last Saturday for Indiana. REAL ESTATE Tne homesteid con moved near Richmond. We regret to where they expect to make their home, j sists of a tract of I a nil at the corner lose such good neighbors. Mr. John I). Allen and Mr. Hurdette! of Hroadway and Fifth streets in Dan Mrs. J. A. Kidd and daughter, Miss Allen left last Wednesday for Dan- ville. Ky., which fronts 213 feet more Maude, of Wallaceton, were the guests ville, III., where they expect to spend or less, on Fifth street, with a derth of Mrs. T. It. Kuhlman, Thursday. ot -- 18 feet, more or loss, and upon the summer. two Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Davis and Master The quarterly meeting closed at which stands a substantial Sterling Eugene, spent the week end Carter's Chapel Wednesday night. story brick residence, with gas, city with the former's parents, Mr. and This was one of the best quarterly water, bath room and sewer, and also Mrs. S. P. Davis. meetings that has been held in years a frame cottage. The residence has Hro. Greer is a been recently thoroughly repaired and King, Glatha Auglin, at Carters Chapel. Misies Abbie repapered. Adjoining the above tract Lena Lulford and Otliel Mat Davis, man of God and a splendid preacher. is a lot fronting 7V feet upon an alley were the pleasant guests ef Mrs. Quite a lot of excitement was caused which leads to Fifth street. This Frank Moore, Saturday night. last Monday evening when Preston lot is about 10GJ feet deep, and has Mrs. S. P. Davis was hostess at a Ward's small child drank black acid. splendid barn on it. sumptuous dinner on Friday. The fol- While his mother had gone to the store. The tract fronting 213 feet on Fifth lowing guests were present: Mesdames The little fellow went to the barn and street will be offered first in three and when his mother came separate parcels, and then as a whole. G. T. King. T. P. King, J. H. Davis, found it, James Lee, Lena Drown, Speed Led-for- d, home she found him lifeless, on the The lot fronting on the alley, with the bed where his little brother had laid barn will be offered separately and as Obbie and Edith King. him. The doctor was called and by whole. Tho real estate will be told for close attention, the little fellows life one-thir- d cash, and remainder payable was saved. SOME TENNESSEE FOLKS in three equal installments, on or Mrs. Cyntha Green, wife of John before one. two and, three Years, with TELL HOW THEY WON Green who died in Illinois at her G per cent from day of ssle, with mother's, Mrs. J. T, Sowders was lien retained to secure the deferred to this place, Friday, for payments. This property is located in BIck people want to bo well In a brought bac burial. Mrs. Green has been in failing the most fashionable and desirable tuny. She residence section of Danville and with A great many, perhaps most all. health for the past two years. Illnesses have their beginning In de- went to Illinois on'y three weeks Bgr. in five minutes walk of the business rangements of the stomach and diges- She was a kind and loving wife and center of the town. At this sale those tive tract. Mayr'i Wonderful Itemedy starts In mother. She leaves to mourn her loss, desiring a home, or a safe investment at the first dose to put stomach suf- a husband and two children, father and will have offered them as good res I ferers on the way to health. Tlio first mother, three sister and two brothers, dence property as Danville contains. dose proves It. We extend besides a host of friends. HOUSEHOLD EFFECTS At the It Is taken with success everywhere. Here are the words of two Tcnnesseo our heart felt sympathy to the bereaved close of the sale of the real estate the husband and children. household goods will be sold to the people who have taken It: MISS COHA FISHER, 805 Saxon highest bidder for cash. These goods avenue, Memphis "Have taken your embrace everything which is required medicine and It worked like a charm to fit up a refined ami luxurious home. removed quite a number of gall tones. It does Just as you said It Elizabeth A Fales, would." Danville, Kentucky. Executrix, MRS. W J. WARD. Sparta. Tenn. Col. Thos. I) English. Auct. "I can honestly recommend your remedy to all sufferers from constipation SALE OF LAND. GAIiltAltl) I). F. Smith, CIHCl'IT al. COUKT. Jno. April 19, '16 LANCASTEIt. 4th. 4th. Monday. Montlccllo. 4th. Monday. Versailles. 4th. Monday. Monday-Wincheste- MONEY TO LOAN on Farm Lands in amounts of $2,500 and up. W. F. CHAMP, Hank. Citizens National Lancaster, Kentucky. mm ;TTOs !!'':!M!!'!llite BE jwsr- -. 'imj. n r i ns Doable the Life of Your Wagons It taiiea nine wort nnu money 10 nucs your va,?. u and implements look better and last lonrjcr with ad faplcseats Plantation Wagon ana. Implement Paint and stomach troubles. Indigestion seems a thing of tho past with me." Mayr's Wonderful Remedy gives permanent results for stomach, liver and Intestinal ailments. Tat as much cna whatever you like. No more diftresi after eating, prcsrttrn of gnt In tso stomach and around thehenrt. Gctcno bottle of your druRglst now und trv It on an absolute guarante- e- If not satisfactory money will bo returned. For sale by It. E Mcltoburts and all other reliable druggists. oafforsop School . jyL uW. i . f ;rl v i ta Wl Yt.tKtAt Um.!m ft TMf Ot'flLilh I. 3. tmitT i.Jn '. lYvtur tor tsar in COM!! lfeLI n ..11 A 1 aiutslia, utolifHHtrUMidtts.rf tofru-- ruj TbunuuJvCer 'ntr..u ELLIOTT DUMB tuft uvfactiAc lUO' n I PDKOAKIR. Su IsdaZ Defendants. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the March Term, l'JlO, (he undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, before Ihe Court House door In Lancaster, Ky, at 11 o'clock, A. M. or thereabouts, on MONDAY. Al'KIL 21, 1U1C, It being the first day of the (larrard County Court Term the leal estate mentioned in tho pleadings and described as follows: In Garrard County. Kentucky, on the waters of Henderson llranch of l'aint Lick Creek and bounded as follows; neginiiing mi point leet IS. r.. ot a large lynn tree at tho end of Cemetry lane; thence with J, W. Walker's line N 011 E 178.4 poles to a unt 4 feet short of a mulberry; thence ulth J. W. Walker N bi W 3... 4 oles to a post in old road; corner to John Duty's and J. II. Parks ; thence with said Dotv N 13 E 04 I poles to a hsI in Doty's lln. corner to E. C I lcWhorter; thence a new line with said McWhorter S 79i E 70 poles to a thorn tree, corner to said McWhorter; thence with said McWhorter S 1HJ E 12.11 poles to a stone, corner to McWorter; still with McWhorter S 39 E at1 1 poles to a stone, corner tc McWhorter, still with McWhorter S E 49.6 b les to a stone In center of road; thence with center of road S 13) E iS. I poles to a point In ceuterof road S 41 E ICC Kilea to a point in center of road; thence S 31 J E 24 U poles to a point in center of road; thence S 15 E C.G olrs to a oint In center of road; thence with center of road S 4J E 6.2 poles to center of gate at rod of Cemetery lane; thence S MJ W of a wto to the beginning, containing Ci acres, lleing the same land conveyed to D. F. Smith and It. C Faulkner by T. J. Curd by deed dated May G, l'J 12, and recorded in Deed llouk 2.S. iisl'u CIS. Garrard County Clerk's olllce and the same land conveyed by D. F. Smith and It. C Faulkner to T. G. Hates by day of deed dated and recorded in Deed lloo- kGarrard County Clerk's office. The pursue of said sale is to satisfy the indebtedness of defrndanl amounting to $5.'i00.00 with interest thereon at six per cent er annum from October p.'itli. 1911. until paid, subject to n credit oi .r.w. paid January 1, JU10, ami the probable cost of this action, amounting to about 130. TEUMS. The property will be sold on a credit of six and twelve months and the purchaser will lie required to execute bonds with aiproved security, due in six and twelve months, respectively, and bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from date until paid, hnvlng the force and effect of a judgment n which execution may issue, payable to W. II. Ilrown. Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and alien will be reserved upon the property sold until all the purchase money is paid. W. II. IIUOWN. M. C. G. C. C. G. II. Swinebroad, Att'y. VS. T. C. Hairs, et a). it I'lslntilfs. page, up-o- HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. A weather-resistin- g paint especially made for use on plows, Icrowa, wagons and all irnpLm..-:- s where a bright gloss finish is decired. COY Ira Masters sold a bunch of hogs to Klrby Teuter for Sc. J. Hill bought a load of corn from Walden Ilros, at $3.50 per barrel. Miss Goldia McMillian was the charming visitor of her aunt, Mrs. Elixa McMillian last week. Mrs. Viola Fain and children are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mat Folger of Somerset. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert ltankiu of. Danville have been guests of her grandmother, Mrs. Mary ii. Preston. Sunday School began at Scotts Fork April 2. We want it to bo the best in the county. So one and all come out. Mesdames Phil and Tom McMillian it Til -- r Ask for Color Card e, e. !S ! i..; easy to well dressed nil the tfinc, as it is to i a cuit that will j. ok well, vicn only brand new. j - ibe o jw.w I 1! WALL PAPER ! rLess Money NIale no deal for a silo without gelling out figures and fixtures. Wo give more and beiier anchorage. Sttuncher door frame. Steel-hingefour. latch door. Steel step Udder, step every 16 inches. Bcttercompara. tive construction throughout More Silo a Come in and let tis take your measure for s m EASTER COMES SUNDAY WEEK, Rose & Company High Quality Clothon They fit fine wear well satisfy fully and arc priced extremely low. Tlicy look irood all the time. Tailored from all wool materials and to your order. We guarantee to please t no sale. See us today. It to tlia room, what cloth! r to tha par. ton. It rti act th tatt of h occapwrUa tni uMuh thlr ocitt famhiii I April 23rd. We represent two large reliable florists and can supply beautiful flowers. Also Huylers Superb Chocolate and Bon Bons and Cranes stylish boxed stationery. All these make appropriate and appreciated Easter gifts. Stormes Drug Store. spent a few days very pleasantly with Mrs. Elijah McMillian the past week. A. T. Sanders purchased from Joe Aldridgo and Mosu Itay some hogs fur 8c. also a bunch from John Dally for vlr 74 cents. A. T. and J. I. Sanders delivered a bunch of hogs to V. A. Lear this wtek '0. at 8 cents. John Itlley Sparks also delivered u bunch to same for 8c. :e Mrs. II. J. Sipple and beautiful little daughter, Lillian Owens, have returned home after several days visit to Mr. 3 and Mrs. Alfred Owens at Get Our Prices Before You Buy tur. and .nwllr ..Ibng anj opr.lin ip.DM re.ui mar. .Jo tot to. mono Irun any ,J. company can giv. you. prov. ttt ut Himft ft milk Our dir .liipm.M of wtvo anj 0 Alfred Peats "Prize" Wall Papers ra Ucttxl Car thtlr trtittle nd dacoratlv worth nJ vtry puttarn will aUvt Uifac lion no tutttr tho prico. baautiful daUn itwha I Iniptci ho papsrvj, tho only tafo way, rooutt to Tho hook. Homo Docorttion" howi how thy look opon tho wlU. rtasoot of otaltoo aotl color Lrtf ot popalot pricto Ealintla ckoorfiUly furalihoi. tho Rainey & Huffman. Dry Cleaning and Pressing. Phone 305. Lancaster, Ky. WHITE & RIDDLE. KENTUCKY SILO CO. W. P. Kincaid, Mgr. Stanford. Ky. J, further agree to pro.ecuto with diligence all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lanus lor tne puriioso or hunting. And we further agree to act as Deputy Game Wardens for the purpose of carrying out this agreement. Except each of us have the right to kill rabbits on our .'arms or permit It to bo done by unother under our supervision, or the suiicrvisio-- i of room responsible and reliable person seleced by us. this November loth. 1915. It. L. Elkin. J. E. Kobinson, Jno. M. Farra, W. H. Ilrown, W. It. Ilurton. Alex Walker llaselden Ilros., T. A. Elkin, J. II. Dalton, F. M. Tinder, John 11. .Smith, Iiogan Hubble, I. N. Uoss, G, M. Deshon, Fisher Herring, II. II. Cox, Hughes Ilros, J. W. Sweeney, Wltheis Ilros, W. M. Matian, Willhm, Marcus and Jim White. II. F. Wilmot. J. D. I'ope. red J. Conn, Mrs. David Chenault. tV. Elmore, C. Itankln. This Agreement Witnessetli; That in order to protect tho game on our lands for period of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do so, anil we W. H. Cook, T. Paint Lick, Ky. Sam Cotton, T. M. Arnold. Jr. It. E. Henry, A. D. llradshaw. It. L. li.rker. Huffman Ilros, Win. G. Anderson. W. 11. Mm. Jno. M. White. Drieht Herrlnir. The Central Record, Thursday April 13, 1916. Stop At The KENTUCKY GENTLEMAN 5167. COMBINED STALLION. j CARDS." D. Gait House When In Louisville. EUROPEAN PLAN. By Chester Peavine 3184, by Rex Pea vine 1796; dam Flora Carter 8419 by Red Squirrel 53. Will make the season at my place one mile from Stanford on the Danville pike at $15.00 to ineure. Or. Wm. at Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office Uainey s Livery Stable. GOOD ROOMS FOR $1. PER DAY. Fine Dining Room with Excellent Service and Low Price. Free Auto-Bu- s Meets Trains. Turkish and Electric Bathes. Write for Reservations. J. Nevin Carter, Stanford. Robert Mitchell. SEASON OF IDHS .John S. Duster &. Lnncaster. . Kenttickv Son. Bourbon Stnlilu nt Fair Grounds. Itobcrt Mitchell, l'honu 450. Knight, 308O. Hnrrodfbtirg. Kentucky, John S. Huster, rhone 37-- li. W. Morrow. Crmliml,- - tlutlrtnn '.lane. HUfd.P.ll.raclloiidiiai.nlaed. BUSTER fi MITCHELL. Uurgin Ex. J. GREENBERG, Manager. Bourbon Knight 3080. HIGH nay stallion 10 PH6ST0N 6846 He C84C Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. BLEUCHER 46158. 10 IT) Record 2:20, Trial 2:Hf. Half Iln.tlif r to t.uln Watts (2) 2:27. Trotter, Ilrown Stallion, about 15J hands, foalrd liHXi. Standard Helatc rcii Vol. 18. I Aleron. AM. 1:11 HlritofM). ilauiiott (Hark Nlfht ilia ) Hlro of II Ina H.arah-- ( .NAumlar HlUnl limit WW nam III HI Klmo m. lirlclillKht llaia " Nil 111.. I Hrio. Mare. 1 llarrjr gir.ot Ull r Hnrk Valfat.1w4.tm. Clar IV 1 JvVc, Hhairt.ajrtM1,-- . M.a.tnw Jeftiir Plri-o- v, O w I1M " ic'tfi, lfl, Ulf :l..l. . Zarrld. IMIkrm.k limni Ola? urrai brootj mar . l l.il.mf nl. llf N'orwoo.l "tt l J Ota Miiko JIU? 111 lit llrrnita u a u Want ill J.1WK. aallrt llfllr ISJK tllmatirf Kllk (II II. t:t: Mnartea (II J:1'i tfii.t it nl I hall In Mllmt IUmi N. HI iM.!., rl Mr ItMH ll.llTlilar liar l7a Jwl't. llr I.rim 11 JM(, Yurkaf fjii.r tlarnii Wilkes ITW. 1:11., Hire ol 11 tn .1:10. ate, Br straitunor. Haia ol Hump. Ilourbon Knight 3080, chestnut stallion; blaze and four white feet. Sired by liourlwn Chief No 1C0C; he by Clark Chief No. 89, by Membrino Chief No.ll by Membrino Paymaster. 1st dam, Kstelle Gillespie No. 4304 by Wilson King No. 2100. 2d dam by Joe Illackburn. 31 dam by I'eter Halcorn No. 3212. Iliiurbon Knight No. 30.J0 is n beautiful chestnut with white markings, stands 15.3 full; will weigh 1,100. His manners nre perfect. Harness and sad die extreme finish and style; nc'inn high, straight and fast. In presenting this horse to the public we know that he Is no lottery for he sires extreme fin sh and of the show horse typo. Ilourlion Knight has proven himself a great show horse in all company and breed. II has proven that he is worthy of his ances try. Ilrceders of saddle horses rarely have the opportunity to breeil to a stal lion of such blood lines nnd as much class at the small fee of win make the season of 1916 hands, star, left hind ankle white, fine style and action. at my barn at Hackler, Kentucky, at John M. McRoberts. $10. TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. HIGH TRKSTON H. Paint l.lhul. I. l.u't. $25.00 occur. To Insure a Living Foal. sired by Carroll T reston. 43S3. h liv I'rpainn nw oy ttasmngton m. iiy I ronwell 73. by Washington Denmatk. Carroll Treston's 1st dam llaby Pence ,019, by Enoch Arden. 2nd dam Ladv Pence hv Almnn rorrest HM, .Ird dam Daughter of GarrnrJ Chief 22C3. 4th dam Gray Eagle Lick, mull ntbfeiu?! USI0 1st dam was Queen Eagle, she bv Klnir Kairle . 2.Vifi. , hn hir Itnvnl Klmi OKM 1, I... uy a. i , .. UJ unmikv nrc i... OIUIIH'waiJu daCKSOn tZ. Royal King's 1st iam Mollie Mountz 2584, was by the noted sire Cabbells Lex-- 1 .101111 11 llilCAV ,11 inglon. E.S. King Eflgle's 1st dam Hip 3579. sheby Eocle Iliid. hebvOld Klnrr WV,,U r.agie loo. nn uam Ke.i uon, :ird dam Harris Denmark 45, lth dam by Jim Uell. mi.ii ntt..siu.N OHIO 2nd dam Lady Ilird. she In Eul-I-b Ilird lOll. 3rd dam Mollie Drenncn the by Old Drcnnon, 4lh dam Copper Ilottom and runs Graduate Cincinnati back to old Davy Crockett 3230. Thoroughbred. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kontuoky. II V n,!.rir. Iff IF. 1 ill i"' Veterinary Surgeon. M Veterinary ! llroekl-MH- . llMI niirnn cUf Jftinr Xlreiilllarl Wllkra'lflU Hr ll.lrr riar 41. Ilam fit "Itrnl Hruok l.M't- - KMI Claf (I) Will make the season of 1911! at the Fair Grounds, Harrodsburg, Ky. Also at the same time and place will money uue ui nirin oi con or wnen mare is parieu Willi or ureu to nn stand my fine Jack, norse. i,ar inner! 10 prevent ncciuenis, uui not responsible slioukl any oiner College. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY ilam ( i'rufl III,. Sllrnt Ilrook I'JTC'i, 2:I6, lire of Hilly Iturk 2:031. Meadow Ilrook Shuwbuy 2:071, Zarrlne Hetty Ilrook 2:00", Emma Ilrook 2:091. Lady llellbrook 2:10. Mutter Ilrook 2:10J. Silent llrigade (2) 2:I0J. Margaret llathgate (4) 2:111, etc. Sired dtm of Chatty Direct (I) 2:07, etc. Ills Jam, Jenny Clay, also produced Reddle Clay 2:231, and was grandnm of True 2:21 j. Moko 24t57, aire of Kereno 2:031 (winner Kentucky Futurity,) lirenda Yorke (3) 2:0j,. (Futurity winner) (5) 2:011, Native lielle (2) 2:07 (Futurity icnarnplon winneri 1..11 nily.) Manrico (3) 2:07 (Futurity win ner.) bilver hilk (4) 2:0.31. Susie N. (3) 201 (Futurity winner.) Gomoko 2:10, Moiwiiuj. .MochcJter2:I0t. MomnterS:!!. Siliko (3) 2:111 (Futurity winner) etc. Sired d.vnt of The Harvester 2:01 (champion trotting atallion.) Vito (4) M.rma npton it) UNell (3) 2:13. etc. Hrother to Humps 2:031 tiaron . z:iu, etc. nieucncr Jinufi, reconl trial mile 2:141. half in 10. last quarter in J- Comn, a n haniliome leal lirown horse, and will welKh 1100 cunds. He greatly retemhloa hit (oo.l ire Silent Ilrook nnd 19 out of Clayo, by the crent J;',, etc. Buster & Mitchell, Harrodsburg. C. At Morgan 4665 lo Insure a living $7.00 JL Horse Coll A. Beazlev and $8.00 for Hare Coll. Morgan is a blark Jack, with 1 offer public service, the splendid individual and royally bred young com white points, I5J hands high, coming seven years old and has proven himself blncd huddle and Harness Stallion a good breeder. U Morgan by John Morgan. Jr., 3703. was sired by John Morgan, he by sWHBMsVMMHHIssmlanJ is out ot nn imported Jen- to At low of a Living Colt . . a, f,.i. morgan, , nei. juini jr.. out oi Jennet by Joe Hlackburn, he by 3rd Trince, he Mudy his pedigree, hastcr Trince CC36 will stand for mares at my barn by 2nd Prince, he by Imp Trince, 1st dam Daisv bv Dixie, she bv Irvin niru. in Lincoln County, on the Hustonville rnd Danville Tike. by Klckapoo. 2nd dam Mollie Gray by Lord Wellington, 3rd dam by Importer iur.ru iu prevent Hcciuema, uui win noi ue responsible snoulu any uam ueecner jennet. occur. The insuranco is forfeited if mare is sold or traded 01 bred to another A lien retained on all colts for service. Care taken to prevent accidents. horse. Hrerd your mares to this horsu and get colls that will sell for the high uui nor, responsible snoulu any occur. C. FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Dank. Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. For The Season of 1916 Easter Prince fee 6636 For All Kinds of the $15.00 Insure ROUGH G. C. COX, Tbone 229. LUMBER, see ruturuy dollar. Manse,Ky 1 aire .moko. roreign ilemnml Man exhausted the supply nnd wo may expect better prices for our horse in the future. Our advice to mare owners is their mares anil to tinwl them t.) stullion of merit and proven worth as sires Itleuch er is jun me tyK) to priKtuco the colts tlmt will supply the demand. His colts Have proven fine, with nice head and neck ami plenty of Iwne nnJ contormation, inn great trotting MaWon will make the season of 1916 at my stable in Lancaster, Kentucky, at The Best Blood of the Chiefs and Denmarks Blended. KASTKIt I'llINCK C3fifi. Ilrown colt, foaled star. 2 hind feet white, 15.3 hands 1913. J. F. Foley. Hackley, Ky 8 to 12 a.m. $20.00 to Insure a Living Colt. Barlowe. Stewart Sandidge, Moreland, Ky I master rrince woo by rrlrce Ho.) 4295, dam Duchess of Denmark 2510, ilam or Maillson King 29i9, champion of Texas. Trince Hoe 4295 by Ilourbon Trine 2144, dam Nellette Dare C787. Duchess of Denmark 2510 by Duke of Denmark 795. dam Helen II. 373. Ilourbon Trince 2144 by Ilourbon Chief 97G dam ICose bcott 2822 by Dolan Denmark 403. Nellctto Dare C787 by Chester Dare iu, cam daughter or King Denmark 415. Duke of Denmark 795 by Gen, Duke 1002, dam daughter or l ayette Denmark CO. Helen 11. 373. by Abe Van Meter dam daughter of Waxy. ffl. K. Denny and W. A. Wheelei Doctors Of Denial Surgery. NABOTH, JR. Nal-ot- I 9tormei Riilldtagorer Hart Jt Ander ion'1 urullure Store. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Oflcoi will also stHnd this beautiful Shot, land Stallion for the season of 1910 my stable in Lancaster, Ky.. at at Colt. $10. To Insure I am A Living W. 0. RIGNEYi Funeral Lancaster, COMMISSIONER 'S prepared to take care of man on grass at 10 cents a day. I.ien r tninil on colts for service fee. Money due when mare Is traded or parted with. accidents but not reonsible should any occur. Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Care taken to prevent Ollice Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. W. B. BURTON, Phone 95. Lancaster, Ky. rm l.TififiajtragTiag.-TCTM.w-i- C years old and full 1G hands hiirh. weighs of wonderful beauty, having a long, rangy neck und carrying a fine tail. He is a perfect gaited horse with superb all round action and like all sons of old Nnboth he has great naturu I speed in harness. As is generally known there is a senrcity of good horses, and those suitable for the Eastern market bring fancy prices. If the breeders would raise 'Number-one- " horses they must take the mares to tho right kind of sires. Naboth, Jr., beyond all doubt is n horse that will produce the tvpe of horses that the market demands, and for which the public is willing to pay high prices. He has size. tyle, action, beauty und breeding. II line negets like you can gel the right kind or horses by Itreeding to both. Jr. You will note that this Stallion has the blood of Old Naboth, Ham- bletonian 10. Old Messenger Chief, Red Wilkes, George Wilkes, Mambrino Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Chief. Pilot. Jr., and Harry Clay. Garden. Pedigree. Write for free Cntalogue. No Agts . Jr., by Naboth, 10010 2:19. he by Walsinghum, 2100. sire of Latitude 2:19J and several others in the list. Wulsingham by George Wilkes. Old Naboth 8 first dam, Tinsel by Messenger Durock 100 son of Hamble- - H.F.IIillenmeyer & Sons. toman. Second uam, Hess sister to James Howell, Jr., by Hambletonian. Lexington, Kentucky. Third dam, Jessie bayru by Harry Clay 45. Fourth dam by Liberty, son of 1811. 1916 Jr., is a rich red bay. 1225 pounds and is a horse TREES Tres Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies Fruitand Shade Strawberry Plants, Shrubs, Grape Vines, Nal-oth- COMMISSIONER'S Lance, by American Eclipse. iNaooin jr., win ue Kepi during me season or, iyio at my stable near IlryantsvilleontheJ.il. Dunn farm and will be permitted to serve mares at the very low price of REX McD. 6597 Black Stallion; foaled 1911; about 16 hands high. lit i lieumark 1 $10.00 To at $S.00 to SALE Wt.i Insure a Living Colt. I will OF LAND. SALE OF LAND. GAUItAUD CIKCU1T COURT. TiatntifTs, Defendants, At the same time nnd place, stand my fine Jack, GAIUtAItl) ClItCUIT COURT. W. H. Johnson, Adm'r, ct al, TIITs. VS. Owen Uillispie, et al, Defts. Tursuant to u judgment rendered at March Term. 1910. of the Garrard the Circuit Court, tho undersigned Commissioner will sell ut public auction to the highest und best bidder before the Court House door in Lancaster, Kentucky, ut 11 o'clock u. m. or there ntiouts on MONDAY, ATHIL 21. 1U1C, it being the first duv of the Aliril term of the Garrunl County Court tho rcul estate mentioned in tho pleudings und described in tho judgment us follows: in uarrurd county, Kentucky,' in the itv of l.ancuster in what is known ns Haker'a Addition being a jrtion of lot No. 4. und bounded us follows; Ilcgiuning ut ii stake in Totten Aven. ue at the corner of the Unitarian Hup-lis- t Church lot; thence Kant 30 feet to a stake in Sallie Mavlleld's line; thence Mourn wiin aanie mnjiieid s line to lilce Hiatt; thence West with lliatt's line to tie Ilaptist Church jot; thence North with this line to the beeinnlni;. containing SO by 2 feet. The purposes for which this sale is made ure not stated in the judgment. SI0. ... ( Crtslvra Denmark. ' 3 en i Mr PnsaNt Mare tjr Hlar ol tli Carrie Young, ct al, Tiney Dawson, KM . Uwjr Mack lu.. i; ililart s,ulrrelM. Bur Havl. et VS. nl, Insure a living horse colt and $10.00 to Insure n living mare colt. Napolion Jr., has proven a great breeder as nil of his colts show for them selves. Also at same time will stand my beautiful spotted pony. NAPOLEON, JR., $10. insure Miinlroie ion. Mnllle ljr Aarloii I ( Orcli I'.s.e Orils IMIe.nu :im l). ji; Ml dam It can be seen by the MHligrco that this horse belongs to n family of champion, his sire. Uux McDonald being the world's champion of champions. On his dam'a side ho traces to Montroio who was champion for eighteen years. This horse has the finest shoulders und withers that I huvo over seen, splendid bone, short back. Ills neck, heud and eurs are in the right place. Ho ulso has the best shoulder motion and hock action of any horse lliit 1 havo ever had in my stable. KKX McD. is n show horse In harness ns well as under tho saddle. You cun not mak a mistake In breeding your good mares to this horse. Ho will tnako the season Ilillulh Clilrllalu 0. Mars by Mini Itoae nv I'y Urennon. At I will ulso $20.00 To Insure A Living Colt. stand my walking ttullion, GAY BOYD, At $10. To Insure Living Colt re TEliMS. Said sale will be inude on u credit of six months und the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security, due in six months from date of sale, said bond bearing interest ut the rate of sit percent per annum from date until paid having the force and elTect of u judgment upon which execution may issue if not paid at maturity. Said bond will be inado puvubte to W. II. Ilrown, as Master Commissioner of tho Garrard Circuit Court and a lien will be reserved upon the land sold to secure the payment of said bond, W. II, I1UOWN, M. C. G. C. C. It. II. Tomlinion, Att'y. to We March lurm, lUlti, the undersigned Living Ccinmissioner will sell ut public auction to the highest and best bidder, before I am prepared to care for stock from a distance at reasonable prices, but the Court Douse door in Lancaster, Ky., at U o'clock, a. m. or thereabouts no responsibility assumed for accidents or escapes of stock committed to my care on MONDAY, ATHIL 24. 1910, it being the first day of tho Garrard County Court Term the real estate mentioned in the pleadings und described l wish to thank my friends for their patronage In the past and ask for a us follows: continuance of same during this season. In uarrtt.-- d County, Kentucky, on the iiuenu viaia ami Kings Mill turnpike road, und bounded as follows; Iaii No. E in the Gosney Tract, Ueginning at a stake corner to No. 4, on tho North cash. m tf-kWside of the road: thence with North sida of the road S 78 W 1.00 chulmr; thence uround the Spring N 1CJ K 16 chains to North side of road; thence with road S 78 W 2.89 chains to a stone; thence 10J W 19 chslns to a stone corner to No. 4, Robertson; thence his line Are S 101 chains to the beginning, containing 2 acres The purposes for which this sale is made ure not stated In the judgment. rursuant to u judgment rendered ut Shelbark Jr., at coit. L. TEATER, BRYANTSVILLE, KY. The undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N I! Trice R. L. Elkln W. It. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. II. C. Arnold. James G, Conn, J. C. Morgan. J. T. Wand. Long Ilros J. II. and W. S. Weaver W. T. West. J. Booth Sutton. W. L Lawson and son. Howard King, Miss Carrie Iloulden, J. II. Rigsby. John Richardson, J. C. Rigsby. Miles. J. U. Woods. Thompson, Jno. M. Farru. Kelly. Duvid Steven. Frank Thompson, S. C. Rigsby. D. M. Anderson. J. 11. Thompson. Davis Sutton Am and Ed Rourne. Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar Jerry Illand. We will add other names for 25 cent POSTED ii jp wVtAU eg I International Stock Food Von I'ltlNCK AMIEItT, one of the best CL.YDESDALH stallions In Ken. tucky will also mako the season ut my barns at the low price of $10.00 to a living colt. This is the kind to breod to for mule marcs and farm horses. At the same time and place will ulso stand two extra good JACKS at gtock will mako the present season J10.00 each to Insure living colts. All this at my farm near Taint IJck, Ky. Mares will bo kept on grass at reasonable rates and every enre taken to prevent accidents, but will not be responsible should any occur. N. W. Puoae-P- aiat ROGERS. Paint Lick, Kentucky. Lick Eichange. TERMS. The property will bo sold on a credit of six and twelve months and the purchaser will be required to executu bond with approved security for the price, due in six Mid twelve months respectively, und bearing interest at the rate of six per cent Hr an num from date until paid, having the force and effect of u Judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. II, Ilrown. Master Comr.'.lssloner of the Garrard Circuit Court, und a I't 'i will be retained upon the property so'd until all the purchase money, is paid, W. H. UR0WN. M. O. 0. V. C. e Hails Hog Cholera Remedy. Snoddys Hog Cholera Remedy. Bourbon Hog Cholera Remedy This is the time to use it as a cure or a Woman ? McRoberts Drug Store j ! Carai The Woman's Tonis I FOR SALE AT ALL DRUGGISTS The Central Record, Thursday April 13 I91t. i rARMCR's 1 fj column! . Professor Redd (No. 139058) I will stnnd this registered short horn bull nt my place nenr Point POULTRY and EGGS MONEY IN DUCK POULTRY Ileniemlier n PICKINGS. below ihil h"1injH for Ihe eialu-It- t of oof (rmer iilnertbtri. und It for im1 (neli thine on ftl sloes. tkn the Urm.r mnnot ftffnril to sdiar-lint- . firm No notice wilt lw ccepie1 oter lour ol lbs lines, snil will beonlrln 'wo scoxrt, free oteh.ise in .! Lcavell, Hint turkeys arc of roaming dlspoettlon nnd must not be kept In ctmltnrmcut. It l C'tlmntiil th.it n breeding IliK-nr six turkeys should produce from seventy-Il- l e tn n hundred young. There Is some money hi railing broilers, but there H luurp money hi raining eggs. .More tnru nnd attention in if. quired In the raising of a thick than In the hatching of It. does not pay to put too ninny eggs under n setting hen. Why pay Tire Bills for Others i. e., for RECKLESS Drivers IX dislike to pay for tho A MERICANS who lnri At $2.00 Gash. RAISING. This hnudsonic nnlmal is by Quacks Are Eusim- - to Raise "dsn for a!e. Chicken and Mature Earlier. Polled Klnft. .177300, dnm My Hri- G. i!. Swlncbroad. Duckx im iniirh nulrr in raise thnn dnl Rose J039C8. chicken' and reach the romtcr ntnse much quicker, writes n cnrrr'iKinilent For Sale; lied thnrt hum bull. Frank Thompson, Preachersville. of the rami nnd Fireside. The chief requirement of iluck n pd. plenty of wnter. prlt, nil the sutinhlr W. E. Alois hat six fresh Jersey cows feed (her will clean up thrcp time n for sale. All cooii ones. lny while gnmlnK. ntiil nt nil times to bo handled or disturbed ns little 1 For Sale; Pure IlulT Plymouth Hock possible. cggi, 15 for 50c. Airs Logan Thompson .More uucKfi are Killed liy unneceS' Preacheraville. 'vary hnndllnir. chilling nml underfeed lug thnn by nil other cnunci combined ' Four good Hemp brakes for tale. hero they can be allowed free W. II. Hamilton, range they will pick up a larger or Marksbuty, Ky. Hon of their food than will chicken Cow for sale. Good grade G. A. Swinebroad. Lancaster, Ky. I will stand my Jack, Young John For Sale Registered Kentucky Red Morgan 3705, for the season of 1916. ilerkshire sow and 3 male pigs. at my farm 1J miles from Lancaster, G. P. Terrill, Fresh Jersey cowf) want ihc'r Tirniio' worth, Kpcklesw-iMvlng: who L J; W. SiiLL. llprrlencu has prmed that It J s- - YOUNG IMPORTANT FACTORS RAISING i tliat rremium. IN GiliGK Tires, Tho current Goodrich "Fair-List- " price on Tire, h based upon what it costs tho larrrest, nnd best equipped, Rubber Factory in America to jnvducc them. No " Insurance " Premium added to tho NORMAL retail prico of Goodrich Tires, in order to protect Uw Jccklcs3 Driver nt tho expense or tho Carrlul jJnvcr, throuirh a fancy List Fnco which is mnh enough to iUQLCrll Tho excess Miloatro each Goodrich Tiro is rcarona! 'y certain to deliver, when rriven rcasonablo enro in dn'-.- (r, thus becomes clear "Velvet" to thu Owner of GOODJU II Jl canco of Others- ,- in fiu price of their ovn should sit up and Uiko notice of following FACTS: "xtrava-J- N John Morgan. 3705. I on new Danville pike, at Good second hand buggy and harness for sale. Cheap for cash. $8. To Insure Horse Male and $10. To Alex It. Denny. SALEM20 eggs, Successful Incubator, 'good asneiv for$2.f0. Phone R. E. Henry, at once. FOR Insure A Mare Male. Young John Morgan 3705, was sired by John Morgan and was out of an ) Pure Lang Shang Eggs at 40 eta per Imported Registered Jennet setting or 2 settings for 75 cts. Lien retained on all colts fot the sea- C. A. Weurren. son which will be due if mare is traded F. M. Tinder has a nice three year or sold to another putty- old horse, gentle and well broken he will sell worth the money. full stock, well broke Jersey cows with iresh calves. Prices reasonable. 1 Phone Mrs. Carrie Davidson Sale-Two 347-1- jig-.-- : uJT '" IT, For J. W. Sweeney, Lancaster, Ky. VS ! The Hurt Orplncton duck is one ot the new breeds. It wns originate! In Hr.Kl.ind by William Conk, alau the originator of the Orplnnton lien. The duck Is the largest, prolific laying duck. In size equaling the IV klwr. It U easy to raise, matures quickly and Is ready for market at eight to ten weeks. Its flesh Is excellent. The bird shown Is a Huff Orplncton drake. Order now, EASTER FLOWERS at Stormes. Contract for fall delivery hemp seed to Marksbury for A. M. Shely. Better than $5.00 for corn. Will furnish hemp sed and buy your cultivated seed in fall. See A. M Shely, Hotel, or F. B. Marksbury. it IS IS For Sale. Silver Laced Wyandotte eggs at 50c per setting. Pbone 310-B- Delivered at Lancaster. J. B. Lawson, Stanford R. 4. . Lancaster exchange. For Rent, House and 10 acres of corn land. P. T. Brown. For Salt, Pair nice blocky raulei, Will sell one or both. Qood, workers J. W. Elfnort. For Sale or Trade, A eggB Sure Hatch Incubator hqlds 220 cheap if taken at once. L. B. Raney, Lancaster, Ky.. R. F. D, 3. For Sale. falfa grows freely nnd thickly which Is not prosperous. The pure bred bull of high class would nerve as partner to tho lime crusher, since bis daughters and granddaughters would take tho fat and muscle makers out of tho alfalfa and pack them away Into milk and butter. Rural New Yorker. at of the pnmn n?p. which minces tho cost, ot feed, and the anlninl protein & fwil In nnrtlenlnr There arc hundreds of localiIf tho feeding and watering aro Inties in this country wbcro the variably done In a certain definite farmers are discontented and place some distance from the houso unprosperous. A good limo W the ducks will not bother around the crusher and a high class pure W home building. bred bull would start such com- Hf Whether yarded or on range, ducks munities on tho up grade. Why must never bo without fresh water, such a combination? It repre- fit and It should be deep enough In the sents alfalfa and tho means ot J drinking vessel for them to Immerse getting the most valuo out of It Hf .the entire head. Otherwise their eyes In such places there are deos-lt- s IS will get sore and their nostrils plugged of limestone, but not enough IS up wild the masn food. This condl fuel to burn It economically. IS tlon will causo death In a few days un Freight 'rates from the distant. IS less relieved. Should tho nostrils become gummed lime quarries are too high for up, clean them out carefully with n economical use. The lime crushcrochet hook, holding their beads firm er going right to tho local lime ly to prevent Injury. ledges would put cheap lime on Another duck fallacy that still reevery farm within hauling discelves credit among many Is that ducks tance. That would mean more must have sufficient water In which to and more alfalfa. You cannot swim. Out of a flock of thirty-si- x name a community wherein alA ROAD TO PROSPERITY. ' it it (S W it it it IS IS !S 8 f )K shell, chopped fine nnd mixed with breadcrOmlH or rolled oaw m.i. lie gltcn. A good proportion U ono jmrt egg and five jiarfs brradcmmlH rolled oats. "On the second day equal parts of cracked wheat mid corn should lie sent tcred In n litter. At the same time n mnsh consisting of eighteen imrM corn meal, twenty-on- e parts wheat bran, four parts bonemenl ami two parts of granulated charcoal should lie given. The two most Important factors I cnicK riming are comfort nuJ prtper rood, according to N. I IlarrL, super intendent of poultry husbandry III the KniK.-iAgricultural college. Lo uys "The little chick, whether rati rally or nrtlllelally fed, should not bo give anything M cat until It shows Igns o: being decidedly hungry, whMi will usually I:p In about th!;ty.s'; t 'nrty fight hours. One of tho llr t feeds that tho young 'hick slionld i ch lino sand nr commercl.il ch. i; .. 't nm a good ill Ink of Heme iipu. i .1 i e buttermilk If poslMc. c t!v troubles In tuculutor chl i.s a.e c .u: ed from lac'.: of grit than any ot' .' one thing. "One of the essentials In maintaining good digestion U a libel .1 r'i; . !y of either sour mils or buttermilk. In icw uours njicr mo san.l n;uj buttermil!: hne been fed u very small qusu tity of hard boiled egg, Ineladliu the s - Tires. Money can't make, nnd cait'i buy, Mcr Tir cf llzcx, aa Fabric construction, than Goodridi Safcty-Trca- d Test will prove. And, money can't buy tho M. F. Goodrich Co. produco Tires which would discredit tho 1.150 f7ir Iinoaoi Rubber Goods made by the U. F. Goodrich Co., fcrvhicn its namo stands Sponsor. t prices rn Goodrich "Fair-List- " Tirv with nresent nrn.ua on any otrwr Tires in thu lield. bearirtr in iripd that NO LARGER-SIZED- " Tires (tyne for txs and rtV? for size) nro inttd' n Ar ?rir".. than Goodrich Illack-Trcnd- s, pa!r of xxlri-- h U :ck Then, Test out at lcr.it coat to yc-i- , tread Tires, pn their against any other Tires in tho field, at any price, ami-ab- ide by tlio Result. , er) ahr l! Why (If YOU aro not a Rrcklfl. a pay MORE than the "BUSINESS" pricjof U Uotwri 1 Tire, for ANY Fabric Tire in tne ikld Get a sliver of the new Goodrich "Rarefoot" Ruk. from your nearest Goodrich Doaler or Branch. THE B. F. GOODRICH CC AI.toh, Ohio. c rapr 0,': (- - r !- - 30x3 32 z 3ft I .Frd Sli. ItlO.40 MSI3.40 ...S 15.43 36x4.. 37 x 5 3SxSW 33x4 34x4 S.l.trTr..J... ...122.00 "J.lr.LI.1" ...I2.40 1,0 .Ml. 37 JS JSOXO NOTICE. Concern 11 AMvr". m.ilf. r tU. rfurlnff w. maaf Atsivft.r yr.r, n,rt, hlcl Tiki .1. TW II. V Milck (V lit N fr.l Oa- ptv.c. ihl' HiWt.sJ t.a.Unc. .nil un.a.wcrr-1- , Goodrich 66 The Faverolle Is a French fowl that In recent years has become popular In America. The hens are prolific layers of large eggs, and the chlcfcs are hardy and rapid grower, welching up to two pounds at the age ot two months. The full grown males weigh Irom six and a half to eight pounds, hens ft Pound leas. They are excellent table fowls, The bird shown Is a. Salmon Kaver-oll- e cock. .arefoot" Tires Lancaster Motor Car Co. Distributors for Garrard County. milk cows, 2 fresh and one to be fresh in a few days, also two sows ami pigs and two sows to farrow in a few days. T. W. Conn. J. I. Hamilton has 12 Rood milk cows four for sale. For Sale; 114 sheep and lambs. J. M. Cress. Stanford R. R. 4. Blue Victor Seed Potatoes and Seed Corn for sale. Dennie Scott, Phone 60-- Bryantsville exchange. For Sale: Victoria 30 pounds of Dwarf Rape Seed. 5 pounds will sow 25 nr on; acre. Fine for hogs, sheep, cattle and poultry. S. C. Henderson, Lowell1 Ky. Piione 40-- rinn. Paint Lick Ex. EggB For Hatching. Mrs Fr d Conr, Route 1, has some pure llrown Leghorn egg for 3. 00, 200 Bale. for 15 for 50 $5 00. cents. 100 for Buck Varnon. liying eolt. Will also Black Jack, with white points, 1C baxds hish, fine breeder and great individual. A Jack of fine bone anil action. Will stand at $10. to insure a i I "Tbo best remedy for all weeds Is prevention. Keep tho lawn growing vigorously, adding fertilizers If necessary. Leave no Imro spots. Watch for tbo first appearance of weeds and Cut them grated at $2. per month. Care taken destroy IJiem Immediately. to prevent accidents, but not respon- out and) firm tho soil, packing It with the foot. If a large, bare spot remains sible should any occur after digging out tbo weeds it Is able to add some rich soil and sow a little grass seed." same, time und P'ace Und a PEAV1NE HORSE at $10, to Insure a living colt. All will stand at W. P. Diahon's farm on the Crab Orchard pike 5 miles frorr Lancaster, Kentucky. Mares at The charcoal Is not n feed, but acts a regulator. The mash should be fed In shallow troughs that arc kept scru pulously clean. If chicks have n free THE DANDELION PEST. range this mash may be kept before them nt all times. If, however, the) Cutting Does No Good) Roots Must Be arc confined to small pens, only what Removed. they will clean up In nbout twenty may cut a dandelion every minutes should be given them. morning right after ho shaves, and. llko During the first week or ten days It his whiskers. It will grow out again Is best to feed llvo times n day, after before night. Tho only way to get a which time three, times a day Is sulll- dandelion out Is to rcmovo tho roots," cient. As soon as possible whole wheat declares SI. F. Ahearn, professor of and whole KalUr should take the place of thu cracked grains. landscape gardening in tho Kansas Whero nn abundant supply of sour State Agricultural college. milk Is not available It will be found 'Sprays have succeeded In killing tho necessury to add f ouud of corn tops only. Nature's weapons nro the and meat scrap to the dry mnsh after best, and every man who desires a tho first week. This should gradually hen coullned. should have all lie Increased to tour pounds ut clean lawn in this icspect should spend the end t least as much time on his knees as of the gieeu feed they will cousiime. of the fourth week. When tho hatch When young I feed union tops. lettuce, Is brought off early nnd there is not clover and grass chopi'J Hue. an abundance of green shoots It will ho UiiIcms the ducks can have free range bcuellclnl to feed nn onion once they require beef scrap or other form found or twleo dally." of animal rood at the rate of 8 to 10 per cent of Hie mash fed. It Is an Hatching Guinea Fowls. uneconomical prnctku to feed ducks required for Four weeks or uugrouud grain, und foryouug ducks hatching guineas,wore nro unlike other and. It Is dangerous us well. chicks, the guineas tho shell It Is Important to have tho mash fed nearly every onn nt breaksame time. the moist, but not sloppy. Not long ago They are all hungry, too, and before lout n valuable lluff Orpington duck by tho down Is dry boslu pocking at each allovtliig it tu cut the mash dry withother's eyes anil feet nr trying to swnl out moistening. It choked to death. low tiny bits of eggshell. They are sprightly little things und about the Poultry on the Farm. prettiest of all young fowls, but until On tho geiu'rul run of farms It would well feathered are ery tender und delnot bo ndvlsnble. nor would It bo as icate. For this reason it Is best not to profitable, lo keep the poultry In lions i How the hens to kit until June nr July, as to let them havo freo range. There ' so that thu chh'ks may bo reared In Is such n largo quantity of good feed warm, dry weather. lying around every farm that it would pay to keep ehlekens Jut to pick up Raising Broilers. Wyandottt-N- . this wusto feed. So a (lock uu free Plymouth Rocks nnd run go Is ulmost Imperative on most Ithodo Island itcds lire favored by farms. But tho custom of using the broiler raisers In about that order of eggs for hatching from tho promiscu- popularity. The following ration, with ous flock Is not a good one. At least or without sklmmllk. Is popular for finono pen of chickens should bo kept ishing broilers: comment, tlneo apa.-- t for breeding purposes. A dozen pounds; wheat bran, three pounds; or fifteen of thu best hens should b ( middlings, threo pounds; meat scraps, selected, with the best male obtain- - I threo pounds; bone meal, one Hund. able, and kept In n yard apart from thi .but tho ration should be varied sotne- 1'ItLU CIIOUXD WITU DANU&MOKS, general flock. what tu keep up their uppetltts. ho does lu church. A single dandelion has been known Jo produce 10,000 one-ha- lf one-ha- lf one-halone-halilut-k1 raised last summer tho entire r supply wns furnished In flat three gallon Jars. Only one was lost out of the flock, and the ono death was caused by accident Another cause of tho unpopularity of ducks Is the mlstnko that Is made In hatching them too early and holding tho ducks for weeks or months after they havo arrived at marketing age so ns to get the ndrantngo of better prices during the holidays. For the green roaster age, ten or twelve weeks will be sulllclent time to mature them. In the summer, when my flock of thirty-siducks wcro getting all the green feed they could eat. they consumed only fifteen (oumls of feed a day. which was all they could clean up. The Iimsli was comiwscd of two pounds wheat bran, one und pounds middlings, one and pounds corn ami oat chop anil one anil f pounds of coarse, sifted mind mixed with water and sklmmtlk. This was fed them from the ilftli day until maturity. For lh flrxt live days bread squeezed out of mill;, liberally sprinkled with sand, was their iIM. wo-te- Florida - Cuba - New Orleans IDEAL WINTER PLAYGROUNDS WINTER TOURIST TICKETS ON SALE DAILY TO ALL RESORTS OrTHE SOUTH. LONG RETURN LIMIT. STOP OVERS. ron ruu. information, apply to ncarcst tickctaqcntor whits H. C ICINC. Tastenscr and Ticket Agtnt, 101 Ett Main Stre.t, Lcilncton, Ky. W. A. BECKLER, Ccncral Pu.se.ijer Cincinnati, Ohio ent. AUN0U1T0EMENT. "Better Merchundise For Less Money." "Your Moneys Worth, Or Money Back. Cordially invites you to inspect their New Store in Foley's Building, Main Street, opposite the Court House, Danville, Ky. We have special Big Bargains for Court Day in The Fair Store A. Dress Goods, House Dresses, Bungalow Aprons, Childrens Dresses, Bed Spreads, Hosiery. Also men's Clothing, Shirts, Pants and Hats. Ask our prices on Shoes. Come and be convinced that wc save you between 25 and 40 per cent on the Dollar. fnonAN, Proprietor. Danville, Kentucky. 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