You have found an item located in the Kentuckiana Digital Library.
Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 20, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916072001_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 20, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE REliIQWti, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY SEVENTH TKAR, LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 20, 191 6. Hand Us That $. IrH NUMBkR Ifl. COMMITTED TO ASYLUM. BIRTHS GREATER Perfection and Blue Belle FOR SALE. Itcx Theatre and Garage I., n. Herron. il Just ni unnecessary to throw away your automobile tires, as it is to throw nway vntir shoes after the first sole wears out. Have them vulcanized nt The Arcade Oarage. It la LUNSFORD-LOWR- OIL STOVES Majestic Ranges. The best made. All kinds of cooking utensils a! MTORMACK AND THOS MOWERS Miss Ellin l.umfonl and Mr. John Lowrv, both residents of the llucna MRS. BEAZLEY. Vista neighborhood were married here WIN AND LOSE. Mrs. James A. Ileazley and daughter, Tuesday by Rev. V. M. Tinder. The j ne Lancaster lennis Tenrr, com Miss Mildred, were thrown from their Itecord joins the many friends of this buggy Sunday afternoon when the pony popular couple in wishing them hap- posed of Van and W'm. Fox Logan won their doubles match with Paint Lick they were driving became frightened piness and success. Mrs Ike Thompson was tried before THAN DEATHS. Judge Arnold Tuesday for lunacy nml was ordered committed to the State The recently publisher report of the asylum nt Lexington. Registrar of Vital Statistics shows that the total births In Garrard County for I the Alonth of January to April Inclusiv NO HOME-COMINwere III, while tho deaths for the same Lexington's proposed Home Coming reported were C9. The report also shows week has been indefinitely postponed. that of these 59 deaths, 38 were causi-Failure to secure satisfactorily low rail-roa- d by preventable diseases. rates which wfould assure a good attendance, was responsible for the RUNAWAY PONY calling oir of tho project. PLACE YOUR ORDER FOR A Thomas Rakes. We IS PAINFUL first-class ACCIDENT. carry everything to be found in a Hardware Store. AH Your account Is due. Please call and settle. kinds of Fishing Tackle nml Hiisc Kail Goods. Conn Brothers. E S LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. SPANISH LU CAKE. RAISIN POUND. m SOMETHING NICE FOR D 2 BREAKFAST. liy, yes, Is W " 2 UJ -- Q J O o UJ 'J CO ma'un, here I some splendid bacon. womlrrfully toothsome, iiiilil, iv.i v I and as healthful as anything you coulil rat. NO MA'AM It isn't just the sune as the rest- - Quite a hit different. This Ilacon atarled to t good before it was Ilaron, the breeding you know, then the feeding. Cured more carefully than moit Bacons, too. Really, we don't think you will be able to find anything any. where QUITE so nice for breakfast. It 30cta a ouml aliced. C UJ Theo Currey. 0JLSIHd3IAI several parts of the county, particu larly near Preachcrsville where the homes of Flint Cummins, and Jones Anderson were struck by lightning. tne lormer being considerably damaged HARRODSBURG FAIR. and the latter having the chimney do In this issue appears the advertise one was nun ny either !E3 ment of the Hurrodnburg Fair. This 31 fair has always been widely patronized stroke and both homes were covered by insurance. 'El by Garrard county people, and this year will be no exception, since the at DESTITUTE FAMILY. tractive premium list and the proverbial hospitality of Mercer county will A sad and distressing case uf sick W Insure a good display of stock and ness and destitution was discovered in fine time to everyone. in tne county a few ilavs ago in the family of Tyre Poynter, who lives LAND DEAL. auout three miles from town near tin (like. With a wife and seven Mr. J. II. Daltonpurchaed last week of W. II. Burtoi.jixieen acres of land children he has been fighting the battle on Stanford street, and juit Inside the of life and making ends meet until a limits of the citv. The price paid was few days ago his wire and four or said to have been $11,000, and possession the children were striken with Tvnhoid was given at once. The land is con fever. Friends have interceded in their uereu goou ami mo price paid was behalf and are solicting clothintr and not considered high. The land had no provision from the good people of thi city and county. The fiscal court have Improvements. substancially helped and a trained nurse has been engaged. Anyone de RAY ACQUITTED. siring to contribute to their help, with Itcther Hay was tried before a jury cither clothing or provision should do in j uuge Arnold s court luesday on a so at once as this Is very urgent and charge of selling whiskey without the case a worthy one. u license and was acquitted. Unly one witness was produced by the prosecu CHARGED WITH MURDER. tion who testified that he had pur chased whiskey frum Kay. The Held Over To Grand Jury In Dsfsnli (if defendant denied the charge and appeared aa his own attorney in an $500. Bail. address to the jury. Mr. Allen lleazlcv, engineer at the Garrard Milling Co., suffered a painful accident Wednesday when n boiler pipe broke In the cngin! room and scalded him severely. The injures he received were serious, but he is reported out of danger by Dr. Elliott who is attending mm. Tuesday In straight sets but because of the breaking of the harness lost their match to Berea in a closely unu ran a way. Mrs. Keazlev Was knocked unconscious for a minute and contested match. Miss. Mildred suffered a sprained arm, 0-- FORD Automobile Touring 5 Passenger Roadster F. O. B. DETROIT. . The ram Wednesday was accompanied by severe electrical storms In ELECTRIC STORM WITH RAIN WHITE LICK BRIDGE COMPLETED. The new bridge built by the County over White Lick creek near Paint Lick lies just been completed nt n proxmiate cosi oi auoui w.bMU. This bridge was badly needed at this point, as the creek here often gets past fording and the good people of that section are fre queiitly cut oil from the world, as it 13 were, fur several days. This hand some new bridge however now obviates all these incnnviences and these people are grateful for its construction. They are also very grateful to ull who as- (3 sisted in bringing this work before the fiscal court. The approaches to the bridge are to be built by the patrons and the monev was made un bv nonulnr I, .. ... $440. $390. Haselden Lancaster, - Bros., Kentuckv subscription. RURAL Wholesale and Retail Hardware. CREDITS ASSOCIATION FAILS. See Border of "Ad" for Names of Cakes. W'linHd 31O3U0 We can Insure your Tobacco, Hemp, Wheat in shock, stack or graineries. Come see us. ti 311 G 3 EIORE & Lancaster, DC D Kentucky. HOPPER GH EH E)E J PAINT! PAINT! i Paint Your House with PURE LEAD and PURE LINSEED OIL and not Cotton Seed Oil. f Arnold last Monday. His bond was Itxed at $500. which he could not give. r mm some of the evidence intro duced it appears that Mitchell was in scrap with his brother, when Faulk ner acting the part of a peace-make- r, tried to separate the two brothers. which angered Mitchell and drawing t pistol fired at Faulkner, the ball enlenng nis neck. It is said that he also MORE SHEEP KILLED. fired on raulkner after he had fallen few worthless dogs raided the wounding him in the leg. The wound i sheep of Mr. W. A. Trice last Monday in the neck proved fatal and Faulkner COMPTON CAP night and from a tlock of 50 ewes, died last Friday. All the parties .1 flnlnp.i.l r fl. ueienuani was repre killed 28, besides wounding a number vuuiru. me TURED IN ILLINOIS. of others. The only and best wav to sented by lion. It. II, Tomlinson, while Uncle Dave Ross returned from Lin top this nuisance is for the farmer to County Attorney G. C. Walker, was get down their old shot gun and take a looking after the interests of the com coln, III., Sunday with Hayden Comp' ton. who escaped Irom jail here in crack at every-dothat pusses through monwealth. March. Compton had previously been their farms, unaccompanied by its convicted on a number of counts on the owner. GIRL KILLED charge selling whiskey. He was per haps the most open handed bootlegger QLD NEWSPAPER MAN. Miss Nancy Palmer Is Instantly Killed who has been convicted here in years, Judge M. I). Hughes, of Lancaster, selling almost to anyone from bis In Runaway Accident. was in Danville yesterday on a brief Since his escape, apple wagon." business trip. He is an old newspaper Uncle uave r.as been trailing every Miss Nancy Palmer, age seventeen clue in his cllorts to catch him, and man, haung edited the Lancaster. News for many years, selling tho same to his iiisunuuy itiiieu last Friday when about a week ago, he was located at on and the late James It. Marrs. the horse she was driving ran on. She Lincoln. Armed with extradition Judge Hughes was a bright writer and was hurled from the vehicle and head papers from Gov. Stanley and acconv newspaper man and yet takes struck a tree, causing a fractured skull pauied by She'ilT Tom Ballard Uncle . I r i great interest in the hum of the presses iiuiu ...i I. sue uiedi instantlv. niucii Her Dave hnd no trouble in securing his He is the father of Hubert E. Hughes, sister, Llla Palmer, was also thrown arrest. Compton has evidently told quite now of Louisville, who is well known out nnd suffered a concussion of the in Danville. brain, but at this time her recovery is different story than appeared at his Danville Messenger. considered certain, and her condition trial here, for the following ridiculous is not so critical as was at first thought. article appeared in the Uloomington CALLED TO DANVILLE. They were daughters of Mr. and Mrs! Paragraph. 'Charged with breaking jail in Gar The Chnstnin church ut Danville has Lee Palmer, who reside near Hacklev called Itev. Horace Kingsbury to the on the Lancaster and Kirsksville pike rard county, Kentucky, W. Hayden paslorute and he has accepted to begin and the accident occured near that Compton, father of ten children, was Brrested by Deputy Sheriir Ollie Alhis work In October. Kev. Kingsbury place on the hill at the creek. was formei ly u beloved pastor of the Miss Palmer was well known in Kirks-vill- e berts on a farm in Eminence township. Christian church of this city and alter and was a niece of Mr. George He will bo returned to Kentucky. leaving here he returned to Australia, Palmer and Mrs. George Higginbotham Compton war churged with unlawful sale of liquor. If the story told by where for two jears he was engaged in of Lancaster, the ministry, later coming to Lexington, The horse became frightened by the Compton is true, and it is borne out by where be has been taking a post gradu- - breaking of his harness and In running his wife and brother, with whom Coinu-to- n had been living since coming to te course of study at Transylvania. down the hill, struck the buggy against He Is a young man well equipped by a tree. The girl's head is supposed to Logan county recently, the proceedings atural endowments and education to have struck the trunk of the tree, from are somewhat out of the ordinary. Convicted alter his indictment on the take charge of the large church in our which she sulTered a fractured skull. neighboring ci ty. llarrodsburg Herald. The hill on which the accident occurred charge of selling liquor In dry territory, Is considered one of the mostdangerous Compton was fined $300 and sentenced to 100 days in jail. It Was understood In the county, and lot sale for the United Reality Company, of which Mr. Ilaselden is Vice I'resi dent and Mr. Oliver T, Wallace is President. The land lies near the rail road, and was the property of Messrs. Hubert McGoodwin and J. II. Nichols. Sixty lots were sold averaging between KW and ?C0O. DANVILLE LOT SALE. witn Killing George Faulkner at Mr. J. S. Ilaselden has returned from church near Lowell, Sunday, July 9th., nau his examining trial before Judge Danville where he has just finished a Alex Mitchell, aged 24 years, charred The Kentucky Rural Credits Associa tion, of which former Governor is President has gone Into the hands of receivers ard it is thought that the stock holders will not get more than twenty percent of their original investment. Of the $373,000.00 collected as cap itol stock only $1315,000.00 remains, and this sum is invested in first morgageson farms. The losses of the company seem due to mismanagement, chief I v in allow ing a 25 per cent commission to agents who sold stock. Claude Mercer, one of the directors of the Association, had the following to say in regard to the failure. "You may say for me", "that there has been a great fraud committed somewhere, and I believe that some of the money can be recovered". 'The original promoters are to blame" "as they went into it only as a money making scheme, I think the whole thing should be probed and all persons hit who need hitting. The theory was practical, but the commis sion contract knocked the thing in the head. The conduct of the officers of the company is in no wise responsible for the failure of the company." Mr. l. U. Kankln or tins county is one of the Directors of the Association We are now putting out GLEN LILY FL made from NEW WHEAT. The quality Is fine and the flour is as good as can be made. We manufacture FLOUR and MEAL using only Garrard County Wheat and Corn, Lets us and make the use of our own products unanimous. I I i s i Garrard Milling Co i i HAMMOCKS KEEP COOL. HAMMOCKS $1.50 $3.00 Wc Robert 5 Drug Store Capital $50.000. Surplus $50.000. A. does not NECESSARILY make a man well-to-dLook well to your spending. No matter what your salary you will always be poor if your expenditures e.pjal your income. Bring us regularly part of the money you are in the habit of frittering away on tiilles and In a short time you will have a balance of which to be proud. FAT SALARY Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER. KV. B. F. HUDSON. President. J. J. WALKER, Vice Prest. W. 0. P.lGNEV, Asg't Cash'r. Job J. Walxer, Jr., W. F. CHAMP, Lashier. NEW SIZE MAIL BOXES. several accidents W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. Patrons of the postofflce depart ment's rural free delivery and star routes have been notified of a change in the rules regulating the size and shape of mail boxes. The order, which takes effect immediately, specifies that boxes for letters and ordinary mail must be 19 Inches long, CJ inches wide and 7 Inches high, while boxes, for all mail matter, including parcel post, must measure 1!31 Inches by II and 14. Either may be used by patrons, who may continue using the boxes they now possess as long an they are serviceable. All boxes must be Inspected by the postoffice department before being erected. have occurred there in the last few years. The team of Mr. John Logan ran away there several years ago and both horses were killed and Mr. Logan barely escaped with his life. THE REASON WHY. Why is It that 11ATSON & WEST are selling GOODS SO CIIEAPT BECAUSE they buy for CASH and sell for CASH. BECAUSE they take all discounts. BECAUSE they have the lowest rent. BECAUSE they have no clerks to pay. BECAUSE they do their own work. THAT IS THE REASON. between himself, the sherilf ot Garrard county and the county prosecutor, Compton declares, that If he paid his fine the jail sentence would not be enforced, provided be left the county. Compton paid his fine, ho says. He was placed In jail at 10 o'clock at night and the door of his cell was left open, he declares. Four hours later lie walk ed out unmolested, he says, and de parted. Compton has been working at the carpenter trade. After his arrest here on the Information from Kentucky he asked to be taken to his wife. lie then gave her a check he had just received for carpenter work. Mrs. Compton and ten children arrived in Logan county from Kentucky only last Monday." W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Office Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. Lancaster, The Central Record, Thursday July 20 BOURBON nOG CHOLERA REMEDY HIIIHIIIHIMIIIIII)WMtMlllltltl I 19 Id. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. OMlce IKjfl ..irA. Ic.uit. ho. r. CHOLERA, WORMS, COUGH, THUMPS. rrcTffit. ind Curtt Antagonism That Helps. Ho that wrestles Willi us strengthens our nerves nnd sharpens our skill. Our enlr Fbon. will chol.n. Don'l w.ll until thff SM ilc. Putin ei.mir your hj. Ihll m.diclne sow nJ Vrrp thrm Ir.c from worm, nd diKt. At All Oru((lU. BOL'RBON ItMEDY COMTANY, l.il.ito.. Ir. & Co. nrf he 10 . ,,rmi. r.mlitt. Ifie how.1,. lit!, dictation .nil nd and te l.tt.n ouitklr. Ce,l.It In th5e.Id month drink etch your let hot. antagonist Is our helper. llurko. Soli in Lancaj'er, Ky., by J. R. Mount, Son i To Clen White Paint. Wlilto imliit limy lit" clitinoil liy rub-I'ln- p It gently with n soft llnnut'l lipltl In n pnsto mntlc of whiting nml witter nml n little snap iHiwilcr. Two of a Kind. Mnrs, the planet, hns no rain or clouds, making n close analogy between It and tho earthly Mars, the symbol, which nlso stands for sonic of the great lilghts of discomfort. Growlna Young. There nrp two wny In keep from growing old: tin- - flrt N In tile young nml tho other I to keep joting. The nplj-l- t of youth Is ctiltlvntril by lenrii-lunew thing. A ilero to know l followed by mental growth. Thin you grow young In splto of wrltiklc- - nml at Bainey a Lancaster. - Livery Stable. Kentucky Ji. W. Morrow, Graduate OpUclat ainnt. Filled. g.tuf.cllon Gn.mitttd Honakex Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky Paint Lick, On ncconnt of a disastrous storm In Florida the delegation of fanners selected by tho Department of AgriculKENTUCKY NEWS ture of Florida to visit this stato and Inspect Ihn method of farming will CUT TO THE QUICK not make tho trip. Commissioner of Agriculture. Cohen was notified by the Florida Department of Agriculture FOR BUSY READERS that the trip had been called oft. Kentucky is to havo an code of Are protection under regulaSeveral canes of infantile paralysis tions being prepared by Slato Fire arc reported In Louisville. Marshal Thomas 1). l'annell In nccord-anc- o Scvcnty-flvper cent of the populth the act of 1916. Tho work lation of Kentucky Is rural. Is so fnr along that Marshal Fanned There are moro silos In Kentucky j,as calleil n public hearing on tho (ban In all the states of the central regulation to bo held in Frankfort South put together. July 27. Kentucky has the largest white 1)urnR a ono wcck ,nvcsp:ltlon ln population of any stato south of tb. ,Mlnf.,on by l0 ot caUh( Ohio river. 3.210 pounds of meat found In res- The value of f.ym property In Ken-'- , aurants wag condemned, slaughter tucky s over $S0,00O.O0O being larger wcr0 reported n9 MnR , n lliiill 111 a I Vk UllJ UlUl'i PiUlU iu tuu fllth V condition and recommendation South. i mnrtf fnr Ihn lntf.ili.if inn nf n The Sovcrjh Tubcrulosls District munc,p:l, abattoir. Tho dairymen of Kentucky Is planning n largo sana,varncii ,nat cIcaner milk c Covington and .civ- torlum between ,)0 gray hair. FARM and Personal Property. As executor of the will of Rebecca J. West and pursuant to said will probated In June 1915 by the Garrard County Court, I will sell her farm In Garrard County, Kentucky, five miles east of Lancaster, and one mile Trout the station of the L. 6 N. K. R. at Hyattsvlllc, on the Kirksville and Hyattsvllle Turnpike on ,,, ,,, Art for Art's Sake. "How tin you know thno picture nro worth what oit paid for them?" . "I ilon't know It." replied Mr. "ltut I'm not worrying. When I get through with (ho stock Holier I'tiin-rox- j ilnwn town, I don't propose to come home nml M inly n now lino of tnur- - John JI. Cuscy, D. V. Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary Surgeon. i Veterinary College. KENTUCKY DANVILLE. J, A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Odlce Over National Hank. Itcsidence I'hone 3. Office I'hone 27 LANCASTER. ICY. Three Brown Manley CULTIVATORS!! to close out at cost. G. C. COX, Manse.Ky Phone OmceHurat-- m M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Slotme. EnlldlngoTei Una & Ander .oil's uruiture Htoie. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. Offlce: TREES Fruitand Shade Trees Strawberry Plants, Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies Everything for Orchard. Lovn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts H.F.IIillenmeyer Lexington, & Sons. 191G Kentucky. The undersigned hereby g've warning to all persons not to tresjiaas upon our lands tor any purpose whatever 9 we will prosecute all offenders to ful lust extent of i law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. R, L. Elkin Ed & N H Frice .Mrs. Itebecca J. West. W. U. Cook. James G. Conn, II. C. Arnold. O-- POSTED C. Morgan. J. I'. Itland. Long Bros J. H. and V. S. Weaver Y. T. West. J. Booth Sutton. W. L Lawson and son. Ilowntil King, Miss Carrie Uoulden, J. II. Iti'Ksby. John Kicliarilson, J. C. Hiirsby. A. U Miles, J. II. Woodi. J, II. Thompson, J no. 1. Farra. II. L. Kelly. Duvid Steven. S. C. Higsby. Frank Thompson. D. M Anderson. J, II. Thompson. Davis button Am ii ml ttl liourne, Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar W. II. Cummins. I'. It. Thompson. Jerry Bland. We will add other names for 23 cent J. cash. Engraved Visiting Card Is A Neatly THE proper thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making calls. Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or more. CENTRAL RECORD The State Workmen's Compensation oovcrnment. ) The fchool per capita In Kentucky this car was fixed at 13.10 by Super-- ( lntenilent or I'uiuie instruction till bert. This per capita Is a reduction of 13 cents per child of school ago ln tho stato fiom last year. Tho per Fertilizer Association, criticized the capita U based on an estimated rove- work of tho county agent system In nue for school purposes for tho state lat 3,791,753. The nverago for teacher Kentucky. Tho East Jelllco Coal Company at per month will bo about 116.2.,. being unablo to redeem s Pincvlllc. children of fallen women In to tho amount of $140,000, has'cah are being placed with good a voluntary petition ln bank-- ' ues Dy the Charity Organization So- ruptcy. 'clety until their mothers can earn a Kentucky Progressive lenders. In icctimato Hvinfe. The society Is pay- rcsslon ln Louisville, decided to stand inc tho families to take care of tho for a national third party ticket and children. If tho mothers fail to be-- 1 repudiated the action of Itoosevclt and Come good citizens tho children will Perkins In deserting tho Bull Moowj .be elven to families for adoption. h'P' Several mothers have agreed to start Pearl Marquis, a Paris engineer, iifn over asain. ended hU life by shooting himself In! Th. nhnn.nrn,, of tho Ken- A ncinrf.l I Inrsn ttflw TltnMMrli!ir-fsaying that "the Fmiirrels have been ,on flas phown nt ,ho meetlnB of lUo chasing me for two ears and have dlrcctor6 , lAxlnsiton tthcn R was Cnally got me. .tnnnniwil thnt irifmlieraliln hrin now I.esllo Gifilett, 5j years old, a reached 476 from all parts of tho laborer, was struck by a C. & O. train United States. This U considered re, ,hn In Maysvllle and instantly killed. ,n '"""organization Is only thrco months old of the train In his hurry to return to Applications for membership branches work. from Montreal and Hamilton, Canada, pools will The sale of wero approved. lo permitted at the Mt. Sterling Fair, Covington has taken two legislative July 19 to 24. as a result of a decision of tho Court of Appeals In tho ca5e of actions tending to lncrcaso Its territory materially. An ordinance providthe stockholders against the (air ing for tho annexation of the Latonl.i mong the states south ot the Ohio race track property nnd adjacent terriTlvcr, Kentucky leads In the produc tory. In all about 300 acre3, was tion of dairy and beef cattle, horses. passed. It Is planned to tax tho track poultry, sheep and wool. It leads also $100 a race, but this has not been ln corn, wheat and tobacco and comes definitely set. Another ordinance providing tor tho annexation ot tho Ohio second lu hay and potatoes. The body of Corporal DavU Marks- - lllvcr bed to tho Ohio shoro and two liOry, killed May 23 in a battle with. bridges Is to bo drawn up. Villa, iiflndits in .Mexico, was returned A steady decrease In tho number ot to his homo in Harrodsburg, where saloon licenses in Louisville has been burial was made with Impressive cere- noted since tho llcento was fixed at monies. Formerly with $130 $500 ln 1S0S. will bo tho namo of tho license thero wero 911 saloons in new town to be built between Sargent Louisville, a ratio of ono to every 210 and Craftsvlllc, In tho coal fields ot population. This year the applications for August ronownl will not exceed Kastern Kentucky, by tho South-Eas- t Coal Company, of which II. LaVIers, of 630. In three years' tlmo It Is bo- manager, tho Initial llevcd tho saloons will bo reduced to Palntsville. U 500, which will reach tho ratio of 1 work having already been started. The experiment of working con- to every 500 population, the largest victs on tho public roads will be tried that Is now permitted under tho law, in Hell county, not later than August The school census for 1916 shows 1, according to Ito.nl Commissioner a gain ot 2.40O children of school ago Vlley, who returned to Frankfort after over the census of 1915. According to an Inspection ot tho roads In Bell the census report complied by tho Decounty. partment of Education thero are 713,- - j Death claimed ono of Scott county's 487 children In Kentucky between tho oldest residents, when Mrs, Kato ages of C and 20, of which 667,002 are Warren Cobb, 75 years old, passed whlto and 76,183 are negroes. Of this away suddenly. Mrs. Cobb was the number 112,841 whites aro listed In the widow of Albert Cobb, tho cities nnd 604,323 in tho rural and writer. Shn was tho heroine In his graded dlstrlcte; 23,323 negro children notl, "Fifty Years In tho Wilder-cess.- " aro listed In the cities and 51,386 in tho rural and graded distlcts. Judgo Gilbert, of Shelbyvllle, has Tho hemp rop In Kentucky this Inaugurated a new practlco in tho year Is far above tho average, and with Court whereby the parents scasonablo weather, tho yield will Juvcnllo of youthful thieves will be required to average about 97 per cent, The crop make good tho amount of their spec- report Issued by M. C. Cohen, Comulations, or submit to a lino which missioner of Agriculture, shows that must be worked out in Jail unless It garden conditions throughout the stato Is paid In cabli. aro good, but that thero will bo a Prof, II. Carman, chief ot the de- scarcity of fruit. The Indications nro partment of entomology and botany that tho npplo and pear crops will at tho Kentucky Experiment Station, bo poor. At present thero Is overy strongly urges that tho persons In probability of good crops ot corn and charge ot that part ot tho Dlxlo High- tobacco, nnd, with a continuation ot way in thin State shall plant con- seasonable weather, the year should tinuous rows of native Kentucky trees be a good ono for farmers. along Its whole course. Ono hundred years ago tho corner-etonDuring tho month ot July according of the second Catholic cathedral to figures just given out, there wero In tho United States was laid at Bards-tow2,63S,1C5 pounds of tobacco ot the 191& tho A village Just skirting ctop sold for $2S6,772.18, or an average famed section of Kentucky. of $10.10 per 100 pounds. There were Tho ceremonies conimcmoratlnx that also sold $578,413 pounds ot the 1914 event held last Sunday, was attended crop, bringing $39,634.43, or an aver-ag- with greater pomp, but certainly not of $10.31 per 100 pounds. with moro religious fervor, than was Kentucky came In for her share ot evinced by tho pioneers of a century ago, headed by Bishop John Joseph I'll- honors at tho meeting of Iho National Educational association held In Ftaget, friend of Prlnco and pauper. Borne recognized tho Importance York. V. 0, (iilbert, superintendent ot public Instruction, was inado a ot the occasion and Popo Benedict was director and Prof. M. A. Cassldy, of represented In the person ot the Papal Lexington, a member of tho nominat- Delegate, tho Most lteverend Arching committee ot to National Educa bishop John Bonzano, Washington, D. C. tional association. Board held a conference In Frankfort alth representatives of tho Insurance ompanles ror trie purposo ot consider-- , ing tho establishing of a rating bureau, George llraden, of Louisville, who retired as president of tho National Padu-bondfatal-filed Kentucky' Su." fl,,od ,ln ,ho Clrcn more people In co,,n worth tS.000 and over, and more with c,ourt lh ?tM Incomes of $2,500 per 3ear and ovcr.'V'T nn than In any state In the South. Health authorities In every Mown by Mr. Mayo, M. and city ln Kentucky wero ordered to partnership formed 11 !...,(.. H 11... , .i , .. .1 "-""u ' .m,,l mritimb f Inhnlll. The petition, tiled paralysis In a proclamation Issued by fon- - f "?flu $f re,pr' ave" a h tho dollars- - ,0 le tho State Hoard of Health. mllllon Kentucky ranked fourth as a coal , Henry V.'atterson has been named producing state, 2S.119 miners turn-- ! Ing out 21.361,674 tons of coal, valued honorary chairman and William .MarTho mlnrcs averaged shall Hullltt, chairman of the commit-- ' at $21,491,000. I tee, to arrange for tho reception of 1S6 days ot work ln tho jear. A Holsttln cow belonging to riobcrt President Wilson and other notables 'upon tho occasion of their arrival In Whlpps, a farmer residing near Mays- vllle. gave birth to trlDlet cale. nil Kentucky to participate in ceremonies Farm, I elfers, and all are the same die and Incidental to turning Lincoln llodgenvllle, over to tho United States healthy and strong. PThcrc are ., npd, J" "0tlJ- ket quotations." ya!at,e'Jls e?X MaV, "" rkvle. .nh,l '" " Worn Otii? , I ( No doubl yet are, if you sulfcr (rem any of the numerous ailments to w liicli an women arc subject. Kcad.iche, backache, sldc.iclie, nervousness, weak, tired feeling, are some ol the symptoms, and you must rid yourself of tlicm in order to feel well. Thousands of women, who have been benefited by this remedy, urge you to Tuesday Aug. 1st, 1916 at two o'clock P. M., on the premises, rain or shine, as the said is made to settle her estate. TF.K.MS: 1 lure is iitmnt 283 acres in sniil fnrtn. nlxnit I .'III nrres nn tlio onst Mile tif t lie turnpike tintl about 15;) nerts en the est side. Said liniil will lio firs! nirereil in sniil two tract, nml (lien as n whole, nml tlic lihl or Mils will lie nccepieil. which will renl'm" the nitt iiiniiey; rnitl Inml lo v mM liy il.e acre ami to lie sureycl nml so paid for mi'l cuuveyi'il stiliject to saitl .stirey Honils with tfuotl fccurily to he rrcjuin-- of the purchaser, one half the purchase money to he due January 1st, 11)17 anil the other one half in two liomls or notes of equal amount due ami payable iu one nml two years from Janunrv 1st. 11)17 and to benr interest at (i m t cent cr annum from Juntiary 1st 1017 I'osesMon to be Riven and tlettl made when first bmul is ptiitl on January 1st. 1!)17. seeding privileges given in the fall of l!)(i. A lien to le retained on said land lo secure said bonds ami notes. There is on said farm n dwelling house with cigfit rooms ami two porches, stock barn, crib ami other outbuildings; nlso two good tenant houses, three tobacco barns nml u pair of scales, splendid water and well watered, and the Inml is in a high state of cultivation, one half in grass. The farm will be fold first; after which I will also sell live work mule;, one brood mare, one mule colt anil the farming impleNo household or kiiclitn furniture to be Mild All amounts under twenty-liv- e ments of all kinds. dollars cash. Notes wiih goal surety with interest from date due January 1st. 1!)I7 for nil amounts over twenty five dollars. Marion Johnston, who lives on the farm, will show it to prospective purchic-eis.ntiCol I. M Dunn will act as audit. nrer. TAKE Cardui The Woman's Tonic Mrs. S)Ivania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., says: "Before taking Cardui, I was, at times, so weak I could hardly walk, and the pain In my back and head nearly killed me. After taking three bottles of Cardui, the pains disappeared. Now I feel as w ell as I ever did. Every suifcring woman should try Cardui." Get a bottle 3 today. .,.., For further information apply to " Ho,t,,,, .,. ., Phone'377. G. B. ROBINSON, Executor, Danville, Ky. . ' parl-rrutu- o 9 9 I WE WILL' BUY YOUR WHEAT AT THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. ' Will exchange for your wheat, e Patent Flour to be left in stock with us and taken out as you need it. high-grad- o Have on hand at all times complete stock of Feed, Flour, Field Seeds and Building Material. Let us know your wants. blue-gras- s o Hervey & Woods Paint Lick, Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday July 20 19 lb. 2 JULY 25, il 26, 27 AND 28, 1916 $1 91 $2,500 t - In Premiums. Plenty of Shade and Good Water. mm SMITTIES FAMOUS BAND WILL FURNISH THE CHILDREN NO EXCEPTION m MUSIC. id Mrj, Thomas Eads at Crestwood. FIELIC SALE OF IE F ARM The heirs of Wm. H. Dean, deceased, will on WEDNESDAY, AUG. 2nd, 1916 nt the late resilience of Win. II. Demi, in Jessamine county, Kentucky, nenr Little Hiclcinnn. eight miles south of Nicholnsville, proceed to sell nt public auction to the highest bidder the farm of Win. II. Denn. situated in Jessamine County, Kentucky, on the Sugar Creek and Watts Mill pike, and containing 589.7 acres. Said land will he offered in six different tracts: FIRST TRACT. Situated on the Sugar Creek and Watts Mill Turnpike, and contains 10G.G acres. The improvements on this tract is the residence of W. II. Denn, two tobacco barns, pair of scales, and all other necessary outbuildings: also two orchards with over 300 bearing trees. SECOND TRACT- - Situated on said pike and contains 33.8 acres. The improvements on this tract consist of a tenant house, barn and other necessary outbuildings. THIRD TRACT Shunted on cast side of said pike nud contains 115.8 acres. The improvements on this tract consists of n tenant house, two tobacco barns, stock bam and other necessary outbuildings. FOURTH TRACT Situated on the north side of the turnpike road leading from Pink to Little Hickman and contains 80 acres. The improvements on this track consists of a barn. FIFTH TRACT Adjoins tract No. I, and contains 113 acres. Said tract has about ten acres of valuable oak timber on it. SIXTH TRACT Adjoins tract No. 5 and the lands of Thos. Druner and Negie Dean and contains 110 5 acres. There is on this tract about 1?, or 15 acres of valuable oak timber. Said farm will be first offered in separate tracts as nbove described, then os a whole. All of said land is in a high state of cultivation and there is on said farm about 150 acres now'cul-tivate- d in wheat, corn and tobacco; balance in grass and fine tobacco land. d TERMS OF SALE: Said land will be sold cash; balance in one and two years, purchaser being required to execute notes to us as agents, bearing interest at rate of G per cent, per annum from day on said land in the deeds conveying same to secure payment of the of sale, and a lien will purchase money. Possession of said lund will be given for seeding purposes in full of 1910, and full possession given on 1st day of Janurry 1917. Deeds of conveyance will be given to purchaser immediately one-thir- after sale. W. W. ROBERTS, CARL HULETT, SHERMAN DEAN, . Agents for the Dean Heirs. or For further particulars apply to SHERMAN DEAN, on premises, Little Hickman, Ky LYNE, Real Estate Agent, Nlcholaiville, Ky. G. W. Mrs O. U. Montgomery is ft the bedForestus Keid and family of Danville Miss Emma Estridge is" the guest of side of her father Mr Carpenter in le moved to their farm on the In Lancaster As Elsewhere Vcuth And have ' relatives at Crab Orchard. Versailles. pike to spend the summer. Misses Jeanettc and Elizabeth eI Misses Ada Dismuke and Marjorie Age Suffer Alike From Kidney Mr John Lutes and family of near are giests of friends at Troy, Combs of Burgin are guests of Mrs. Turr.ersville have moved to this pJJj (Victor Ruble. Weakness. Mr. A. V. Huyler of New York, i and are living on the Hale property. the guest of Mr Woods Walker and Miss Dora lhU Easun is spending a Iter. D M. Walker has returned family. few weeks with her aunt Mrs. Will Is your child weak, frail and pale? from Kirksville, where he held a ten Miss Verna Noc of Harlan is the at- Tatum of Harrodjburg. No control over the kidneys' action? days' revival nt the Christian church. tractive guest of Mr and Mrs Carlos Mr and Mrs Grant Robinson weie Kidney weakness is n serious thing Miss Marjorie Lynn has returned Hedrick. week end guests of her brother Mr Fur too serious to overlook. from Danville, where she has been the Mrs. Garnett Kemper of Lexington, W. E. Ruble and family. It may mean a lite of sickliness. glest of her nunt, Mrs. Logan Wood. came Tuesday to be the guest of Mrs Mr Eu Ballard and family of Ster.-for- d Profit by Lancaster experiences. Use Dean's Kidney I'ills. Mrs L. E. Carpenter and son. Jack, A. Ii. Estridge and family. were guests of B. F Sechrest and Endorsed by Lancaster parents. of Phila delphiu, Pa., arc the guests of Misses Mattie Woods and Or a Ea- - family Thursday evening. Head this Lancaster mother's en- her parents. Mr and Mrs John N. Mene! tridge and Mr. Harry McWhorter mo- Louis Van Trees and Harold Lee of dorsement; fee tired to Richmond Saturday, Burgin spent last week with the forMrs. II. G. Crutchfietd. Stanford St." Mrs. Kay Lackey of Osbourne Texas mer's cousin Charley Druner. Mrs. J. R. Beazley, Miss Eloise Beaz-le- y Lancaster, says: "My boy was greatMr and Mrs T. R. McCann of Paduc-a- h and Master James Wray Ileazlev, came last week to be the guest of l.er ly 'roubled by his back und kidneys. spent the week's end with her of Jacksonville Fla, are the guests of parents, Mr and Mrs J. L. Francis for He did not have proper control over the brother, Mr Will Lane and family. the summer. relatives here. kidney secretions, which caused no end Rev. Reagan of Nicholasville filled Mr and Mrs Carlos Ilediick were Mr and Mrs E. J. Howenstine and of annoyance. The child also looked hosts at a lawn fete on Saturday even- - his regular appointments at Brown's I was constantly worried little son, will leave soon for Ohio to j badly and Chapel Sunday morning and evening. , about his health. 1 began giving Doan's make their future home, where MrlUR in honor of their guest. Miss Verna Noe of Harlan. Misses Katie McCann and Lena JohnKidney Tills to him with such good re- Howenstine has a position. Miss Ethel Estridge entertained a few son of Lexington spent several days of sults that hi is now a great deal better." Mr and Mrs Oppie Drown have re Price 50o. at all dealers. Don't sim- turned to this city from Lrncaster to couples at cards the past week in honor last week with Mrs. II. S. Christopher. News came here Sunday of the seriply ask for a kidney remedy net Doans make their home, Mr Brown will be of Miss Gladys Patterson, the guest of ous illness of Mr. Ralph Scott in Kidney I'ills the same that Mrs. employed in tne Lincoln Pharmacy Co. Miss Stella McWhorter. His many relatives and friends Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Logan of Wilkes Foster-Mil-bur- n Crutchfield recommends. Mrs. James Wilder, passed away at Barre Penn, who are visiting in Lan are hopi.ig for his recovery. Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. her home on Miller street late Sunday caster, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr Tommy Christopher who holds.a night after a short illness. She leaves Robert Walker on Tuesday, Mr Logan lucrative position with the Dupont The in- being one of the participants in tho Powder Co of City Point Va a husband and six children. spent part terment occurred Tuesday. STANFORD Tennis Tournament held on Tuesday his vacation here with relatives. Mr and Mrs E. It. Hutching. Raines afternoon. Miss Sarah Lallovitz, of Chicago, is Murray Hutchings and Mr and Mrs the guest of Mrs C. Ileys Foster. Pitiless Publicity. George II. Farris and Miss Bessie Clay A soft answer turneth away wrath, Miss Allie Yautis, of Lancaster, has BUENA VISTA whtlo harsh words stir up headlines. Farris have returned home from Elixir been the guest of Miss Lottie Carson. St. Louis Springs, where they speut a week or so Miss Kosa Itobinson of Somerset is Mrs Jesse Rogers remains very il'. Chief Police II. I). Carter and Carl the guest of Mr and Mrs Sam Itobinson Mrs Chas. Ruble of Danville visited Carter have rented the St Asaph Hotel Sure Scheme. Mrs J. S. Hice is the guest of her from E. C. Jordan, who is in very poor here last week. Young Wife "I mn determined to mother, Mrs Mary Gamett at Cave City. health. Messrs Carter expect to make T. C. Scott of Harrodsburg was with learn at what hour my husband comes Miss Clara Cooper left last week for many changes in the famous hotel and honn folks Sunday. home at night. Yet, do what I will, I keep awake, and he Is always New York to visit friends for several place it on an basis, J. E. Scott made a business trip to careful not to make u particle ot noise. weeks. Buck Baughman, two Harrodsburg Monday. Joe Will and Is there any drug which produces T. N. Aldridge, who was recently small negro boys, about 10 and 11 years Miss Alyce Mabel Scott is teaching wakefulness?" Old Wife "No need in an auto accident is improving of age are in the county jail on a charge again in Mercer county. to buy drugs. Sprinkle the floor with nicely. of burglary and will be sent to the ReMr John L. Christopher of Lexington tacks." Mr and Mrs Samuel Hardin, of Lon- form School, when circuit court meets, was a recent visitor here. don, have been the guests of Mrs Jer.-ni- e to which they have been held over. II. C. Ruble and wife spent several lour Coirt Dap. Wearen. Francii Weatherford and Jailer Geo. days ot last week in Cincinnati. Miss l'riscilla Newbern of Huston- - F. DeUorde arrested a horse thiet, Richmond, 1st. Monday. Mr and Mrs Clarence Lane are hav ville, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs T. Elmer Denny, a youth of 22, of the Paris, 1st. Monday. Louiaville, W. Pennington. Uroughton section. He had purloined ing a delightful visit in Frankfort, 1st. Monday, Mrs Clarence Ruble ot Danville is Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Mr Chios Murphey, of Shelby Citv, a good horse belonging to a German Lexington, 2nd. Monday, was the guest Monday of her sister, named GrishofT, of that section and with her mother Mrs V. S Evans. A gun was Mr Otis Blakeman and wife spent was attempting to sell it. Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Mrs Georg F. DeDorde. Sunday with Nicholasville relatives. Shelbyville. 2nd. Monday. Mrs U. WAV. Darlington and little found on him. Carlisle. 2nd. Monday, Brack Iteid, one of the sons of John Mr. Will Scott and family spent Sun daughter, are here for the summer Danville, 3rd. Monde;-- . was adjudged day with Mr Wm Proctor of Mercer. Held, of Milledgeville, with relatives and friends. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday by a a jury in county court here Miss Mary Williams of New Albany Mrs T. VY. Jones is the guest of her Insane Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday, parents, Mr and Mrs E. II. Norman at recently and was taken to the asylum. Ind, Is the guest or Mrs Will Smaller. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Reed was serving a term in the county Walton, near Cincinnati. Miss Addie Frances Brown is at home Somerset, 3rd. Monday. jail for selling whiskey Illegal. He had from a visit with her aunt in Cincinnati. Missel Elizabeth and Nancy Hunn 230 days. His father, who testified at Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. Mrs Caldwell of Dayton Ohio is visithave returned home from Middlesboro, the lunacy Inquest, itated that young LANCASTER. 4th. Monday! where they have been visiting. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Reed lost two email children some time ing Mrs Nannie Jennings and family. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Messrs L. II. Ruble and Joe HamilMn. Thomas Newland and little go and since then had never appeared ton have purchased handsome Overland daughter have returned after visit to to be just right in bli hjad. Versailles. 4th. Monday. PAINT LICK curs. The Central Record, Thursday July 20, 1916. Now Is the Time to Get Married WHO WILL BE THE LUCKY COUPLE? This fine $50.00 Cast Iron Reliable Range we will give to any couple who will get married on the grand stand at the fair grounds on the last day of the Danville Fair. The time of day to be set by the Fair Association. The first Make your Announcement quickly to the Secretary of the fair association and the names will be kept n secret by him until on the last day of the fair on which day the weddinjj will take place and the Range awarded, couple making their announcement to the Secretary of the fair association of their desire to be married under the terms and conditions of this agreement, shall be given preference over all others who might announce later If the first couple who announces fails to appear, the next one in order will be called upon. We will ns.sure you that all those who wish to announce that their names shall be kept n secret and will not be give any publicity at all This is a leau-tifrange and one that wc take great pride in recommending to everyone. So now here's your chnnce to obtain one free of charge. The Range can be seen in our show window two weeks liefore the Fair and will be displayed on the grounds during the three days of the Fair. ul A; F. KEENE LUTES, Manager. Wheeler Furniture Company. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. grief-stricke- n 1 her family circle, but by nil who knew A COMMUNICATION, j hu- her. Resides her MAN !A band, mother and babe, she leaves two incorporated, (Advertisement II 111 I tV (til LIlMI I liiU I. I I II sister, Mrs. Hambrick Sandifer. of $1.00 a yeah. issued Weekly. Georgetown and Mrs. Walter Perkin, I (To the Editors of The Central Record) Albay, I. I.. June 7. litpi. MAN I notice In your Issue of the 1.1th an of St. Louis to mourn her death. The Dear Editor and nil my friends of Garj J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. the rate the present boat travels, al- bereaved family have the sympathy of nrticle unsigned, and which the natural rard and Lincoln eoiintv. R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. lowing 15 days for the trip and about the entire community in their sorrow. presumption is that )nii father, yiui I have thought fur sometime I would TO one week at each end for loading, und Interment took place in the Lnncaster charge Hon. Harvey Helm with desert- write the Record and let you all know ing President Wilson In several install-- how well I am getting along. The tlin counting each submarine about two cemetery Wednesday afternoon. the Pom OHloo In l.aiicster. KiEntered it "I suffered from stomach trouble for who hoddens the burdens of another' ces. From absolutely indisputable thirds efficient for repairs and adjustMull Hotter ss lnc room orderle or bread Soreemit, as ment, then it can only make about five inority i gainer me louowing, wnicn We call them In the army is my chum four J ears. I spent hundreds of dollars thwt is why he Is prompted to give this MFM KY llUIMli 111 but got statement about Tmi!uc If by his Member Kentucky Press Association trips a year. When we consider that liUVinU lllillVlVI shows the error of your charge und He is from Stanford ami frequently fur treatments and medicine nd real relief until I look Tanlnc. the vice even one person n relieved of mis- which I trust you will, in your usual writes the Interior Journal. I am from before the war our imports of dyes were C0.U0O tons n year, and that one MRS. PATTIE DUNCAN GILL. fairness, give the prominent space in Marksbury with which you Bre all very new tonic, una! Mr. M. Cortlell. of ory ho will Imve been repaid far his Eighth District Publishers League. Puintsville, Kv. who lives on Main St. trouble. your paper that you did the article well acquainted. submarine can carry only 750 tons a "I hud to be very careful whnt I ate, Tnnlic i n tomr w hich aids digestion, year we can easily see that the crossHow true, how pathetically true, are making the clrirfces. I will now describe a few of the Lancaster, Ky., July 20, 1916 as everything seemtd to give tne in- promotes healthy, refreshing sleep and Mr Helm is charged with "desertion" manners and customs of the ing of the submarine was a remarkable the words of the poet who sang; strengthens the nerves. by failing to support the Great Rank- -' her?. The natives are a brownish color digestion. achievement as a piece of daring, but "To the past go more dear faces, . "My Win. Rays, a It I purely rgrtnbly ami therein Rates For Political Announcements that the commercial value of these trips ing and Currency Act. On September co Every year, black hair ami are very short prominent mill owner ut Normal, Ky. lies oik rf its great virtues. It Is reltjtb. 1913, he delivered a speech ill th For Precinct and Citv OIIi:es . . .$ 5.00 to either Germany or the United States As the loved leave vacant places m active, especially with their boles. House advocating the measure and urg-- , which is n long knife something like knew of my illness and advised me to constructive not destructive. . 10.00 as a whole will have tobedemonstrated 'or County Offices Every year. Tanlnc is living introduced in Laning its passage, stating among other Garrard people use for cutting corn, take Tanlac. Well, I took his advice Everywhere the sad eyes meet us tor State and District Offices . 15.00 We are glad to give the same pub- In the evenings hush they greet u things that it was an "insurance ; This is their principle wea.on and it is and am pleased to report that it gave caster at R. E Mcltoberts. .10 For Calls, per line me compete relief. Tanlnc may be ubtaired in the nearby Bgainst panics." The speech was feared by all Americans in the . .10 licity to the Helm article that we gave And to come to them enireat us For Cards, per line "I am no longer troubled with my Cities. Paint Lick. J. N. Mrtcnlf; Dry the article in our last week's issue, in the Congressionl Record of pines. We will try to explain about For all publications in the interEvery year." stomach. I can rut anv kin of food untsvilte. Keeker & Italian!; Little 5003-sent us by the publicity manager of and was printed the ladies. est of individuals or expresknow all the young boys Again we are called upon to mourn that date, pages Mr Montgomery. These communica- ' in pamphlet form at his own expense 0f Garrard will be interested in this without distress. My apatite is line Hickman, Collier and Hruncr; llrren, sion of individual views, per of u sweet friend whoso passS. E. Welch; Stanford. Penny's Drug Feel good when tions have been published from time to the loss and sent to 20,000 people of this dis- line. Their dresa is very peculiar by ami sleep better. line on last Friday evening brought sad-- , Store; Junction City, Renolds ami time from the managers of belli Mr ing trict, including those who are now at- the side of our American beauties. get up in the morning. line Obituaries, ness to many hearts. A voice is stilled, "I consider Tunl.tc n wonderful rem- Evans; Richmond. It. I. I'erry ,t Son; Helm and Mr Montgomery and all are deceive the people by mis- Their skirts are sometimts like the a voice that always gave us sweetest tempting to charged at the regular rate. representation of his record. What American style, except they have about edy and believe it is the cause of my Crab Orrhanf, l.yne Rro ; Rurgut, G. ' welcome as her hand clasped ours in Democratic Ticket. T. SchooliivM. Dumiltr. John S. Wells, The word "advertisement" was higher evidence of support could n ten yards more dies at the bottom and present good health," cordial greeting. Mr. Cordell believes in the old adage R l McRuberts. Lnncaster, and W. C omitted from the previous articles, Congress give than to ad- hungs to the rear something like the Possessed of a charming personality, member of that "Everyone is useful in this world West. Silver t'rrtk but in the future all such communicapassage of a measure than tail of "Hale)' comet". They wear of attracting vocate the Mrs. Gill had tions from either candidate, will be so an appeal to bis colleagues in its favor? something aruund their neck I bae friends and those who came within the marked. TllE Cextual RECORD does In the second place Mr Helm is never been able to pronounce yet, it close circle of her friendship were not father any of the articles in TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN CAN YOU ANSWER THESE? bound by even deeper ties of love, for charged with deserting the President resembles a horse collar and is made of question, from either candidate, but 'all who knew her loved anditdmirtd her. in the passage of the Immigration Hill, stilf cloth. Their shoes are the same Having contracted with a real estate! Next to Mcl'ie.irv. what Is the most will gladly publish all such communicaAlthough for several yeurs she had a measure which the writer sajs was that God gave them when they were company to take charge of their bust- recently formed Kentucky county? tions as advertisements, thereby givbeen in declining health and had almost "designed to exclude a great many ill brought to earth. Around the city of ness In Wilmington North Carolina on! For President ing our patrons both sides of the arguwas fought What decisive battle reached the seventy fourth milestone iterates and undesirable foreigners .Manilla where the natives ure more the first dav of September. I have de- WOODROW WILSON, ofti r the tu My of peace was sigmd? ments and leave it tj them to vote as in life's journev. her weakening heart from making America a breeding place t educated, they try to dress the Amen cldrd to sell my holdings In Lancaster of New Jersey. they choose. After the primary TllE Whose last wonls were' Don't give gradually earned her to last spun ami an as) lum fur crime," which bill can style, ut that I dmVt think any of Central Record will heartily support of life without either shethat her loved the writer now discovers Mr. Helm my Ky friends would fancy them, in ns much ns my entire time will be up the ship?" "All my for For Vice President or devoted to this work from that date. one moment of time?" "I die the nominee and do its utmost to elect ones realizing hurd.but THOMAS II. MARSHALL that a long and most voted for, but which Mr Wilon vetoed. Their principle diet is fish and rice. in North Carolina and other sections of him. nut not afraid to go?" If the bill possesses all the virtues tho They eat the same stjle as a monkey, j useful life was closing. of Indiana. the South. How many Smiths are there in the We regret the disappointment as well Mrs. Gill hud been spending the win-- I writer ascribes to it, what crime was with their fingers. A cook stove, safe I well sell The Puritan lee Cream I We nre authorizea to announce Miss as the loss to our friends in this ter with her only daughter, Mrs. E. C. there in supporting- the nicakUre, the and such things as that would be Parlor ami will say that it is a dimly Unit it States Senate? to tile contrary notwithstaud-- j less for them. Most all the houstis Jennie Higgins u candidate for County and surrounding counties resulting in Uarnard in Washington, D. C, and her What city Is it whose streets ure (aid money maker. One half interest in ' consist of a few bunilwo poles tied to--I School Superintendent of Garrard the financial wreck which has over- death was a great shock 'to her us well to have been laid out by a calf's path? The charge of desertion on the Anti-- ,.,.tlier with grass fur a roof, ami nut The Consolidated Untiling Works, a County, subject to the action of the taken the Kentucky Rural Credit As- as other loved ones and friends in Lan- From whnt Is the folhm ing quotation: Trust Rills is u labored und overstrained riiom enough tu, whip a dog in. The good money maker. Tvtu houses nnd August 1917. Many in this section were caster, as she was only sick a few hours. Democratic primary sociation. effort. Mr. Helm, before leaving for farming is great for an American to lots on Lexington street, the joint prop "An Imntsst man i the noblest work of led to invest on account of the manage- She died Friday night at ten o'clock . One God?" & J. S. Wuter buffaloes are used to pull rty of S. G. We are authorized to announce J. O. ment, who consisted of the leading men und all that was mortal was brought Kentucky on the funeral committee to accompany Senator' Rradley 'a unly. the burden. Farming implements eon-- i two story house and I acres of land on What grat Amerieiiii tmct wrote his Iiogie, as a candidate for the Democof our state. Rut the arrangement buck to the old home where she first Danville street. Five choice lots in mMlriere when he was rdnetten? Court which brought the concern on the finan- saw the light of duy, where she played had voted for the rule that made these nut of one wagon with two wheel, and ratic nomination fcr County Ono four horse llaseklen Heights. At what battle dkl General Lee Clerk, primary to be held August 1917. cial rocks had been made before these a a child, developed into beautiful oius party measures, uierouy lining tip covered like Hit- - roof of a house one Hwer Fairbanks Morse Gasoline En- assume command of the Army cf men had gotten in actual charge. Pro- girlhood, where she murrird in this the with the President. His unavoidable plow the same ttle that Ailani and gine used but very little and like new. detention in Kentucky at the time of Eve invented with some bamboo work We are authorized to announce Joe fessional promoter! and general slick dearest of all places she was brought Will n'll the above on attractive Who wrote "Hum, Sweet Home?" Hamilton as a candidate for County citizens usually get some highly res-- , that those who knew her and loved her their passage is the sole and only basis attached to it und shaped like a hamwill exchange Any eighth grade Kipil ought to Court Clerk, to fill out the unexpired pected men in whom the public has might look once more upon her face, for the charge of desertion, which to a mer from un old flint lock nlle, that terms and ut bargains or for I arm. J. S. Hnsehlen. man must seem as make at liait !d er rent on the above used in early our term of J. W. Hamilton. Subject to confidence, in the lead, and while these that seemed so eaceful and to s,ay "all as it is unfair. ten quttstiuii. Hut any way to make tho story short, the action of tho Democratic primary men are at home attending to '.heir is well." On the fourth ami lust charge of deAugust 1010. Horn of illustrious parentage, reared sertion, namely the Panama Canal Ex- it is the greatest little fanning I ever FARMERS MEETING private affairs the promoter does his rtjpld Crowers. cist my two peepers upon. work. That which has resulted to the and educated in Kentucky, attractive emption Act. Mr. Helm voted in acWe are authorized to announce Hun. The time parses fust here for anyItutinna plantations will n conRural Credit Association has been the witli feminine gruces, strong in mind, cordance with the specific plank in the NEXT MONDAY. tinuous linrvit for jisstrs jbld Liberty, e.id Chbrles F. Montgomery, of one if they dont mind the hot sun. My without reof hundreds of similar organiza- elevating in thought, true to the con- democratic platform adopted ut Casey county, as a candidate for the planting. Neurly hllln. haliu l chum Cooley and I ure very fond of tions in Kentucky. The only way to trolling principals that have made standing with speaker Clark, Haiku, ure nllotusl to the itcre. jleld-InDemocratic nomination for Congress in escape the lass and disappointment of leaders famous in the uplift of man-- I Majority Leader Underwood and all adventures, and after our mornings rrjQfj pROSPEtTS FOR FARM AGENT IN Mime lino luarkclublo bunches per this the Eighth district of Kentucky, such schemes is to invest jour money kind, with puwers of presentatlun she the other House Party Leaders. He drill and our duties ure performed, we Jear, the nteniiro profit per ncre being subject to the primary to be held the THIS COUNTY, at home. Home enterprises may nut was a source cf joy and strength to those explained his position on the lloor of tuke u bike to the hills nnd sometimes near SSO annually. first Saturday in August. to tho beach, which is about two miles! yield the income that is promised by with whom she came in contact. . tho House in a speech delivered on r r..- - .. (. i .1 " uo"a Her home life was that of a loved Murch 31. 1911, L'O.OOO copies of which For several weeks and some months We are authorized to announce the professional schemer who comes Rebuffed. into your community selling stock, but character, being both mother and sis- - he stnt to the voters of this distiict, tl.ls we pass many lonesome hours of t,. jmhientlal and progres-ttwaJeptha Onstott a candidate for thej Ill the early morning the freli city still our h.urls und souls are ,u ,,,.,. ,. usually proves to be the most satisfacfamily circle, always possess-- i and thereafter was renominated for ter in her uf ie C0Ullty ,,IlVe democratic nomination for County Court iKiitrder met the rustic dairymaid ever ...nog or our i.ome. ami tne mils tl.r,.,.( in K.uil)K flirm Kt.lU fur currjlug it couple of foiiudug milk Clerk, subject to the action of the. pri-- tory investment in the long run. Gar- lug firmness and queenly bearing. Congress without opposition. ell my tune here is get- - (;.lrrutll of old Ky. rard county has lost thousands of dolThe puor found in her u friend, and n rt.8ult of their pall. "Ah, good morning, my dour," Coulltv aiuJ " mary, August 1917. Out of n thousand or more record lars in recent year in investments sim- whether white or black, none ever went votes Mr. Helm has cast, the four above ting short hut Cooley has it long time ' ,rf.u tl.-- v l,v eall.sl .. meetim? of he Mild, patronizingly. "How Is the will all be gone befuru WB yet, still it We are authorized to announce Hon. ilar to the lamented Kv Rural Credit away empty bunded. the farmers of this county to meet in milkmaid" "Ttilu't iiiuile nt all, kind enumerated are the only ones that tho Let our people foster ai.d lieautifully appropriate were the writer can pick a flaw with, and it is a realize it. Harvey Helm, of Lincoln county, its it Association. Lancaster next Monday, county court Mr," cue tald, "We tuke It from Hi' With best wishes to our friends at day, when it full discussion of this cows." candidate for the Democratic nomina- encourage home enterprises and in the services couductedjjy Rev. 11. C. Hud-su- record any Representative should be home and If any cure to write us wu ut the home of her brother, Mr. justly proud of. tion for Congress, in this, the eighth future beware of the smooth promoter most enterprUiug step will be hud. Horrowing an exPillows Generally Too High. district of Kentucky, subject to the selling foreign Insurance stock und John Duncan, Monday uf'.ernoon fol- pression from base ball lingo, it is u will be very glad to hear from them. The meeting will he held at thu Couit Love to all, A finally doctor writes: "I onnnot such things. lowed by interment in the Lancaster butting nverage of above u thousand, primary to he held August 191G. House. Many of the counties of the Laurence A, Durham nnd cemetery, where her kindred sleep und which places him in class of the famous State have secured these farm agents, Klt )oii it tmlUTMil reelpo fur Klrop. but let lite toll Moses E. Cooley, oti that 111 till f I lends gathered to TyrusCobb, I believe the where and by the way at u small expense, for John M. Parker, Progressive nominee the Ihouniiids of pittlontH I have M'oii j mingle their tears with the devoted readers of the Central Itecoid will Co. G, 15th Infantry,-Regaone half of their salaries are paid by In Rss, Vice President will have no trouble for bod I hue not or mot with one who SCOTT. daughter und other relatives. Resides agree with mu that even the four votes Albay P. I, the government, and there is no rea- arranged his pillows hyglonloully. in getting a new convention in Chicago All Tne sad news of the death of Mrs. ' her daughter, Mrs. Ruruard, Mrs. Gill do not justify or substantiate son whatever why Garruid County, one too high, fur too high. High pillow is on August 5th. The easiest thing in the Ressie Singleton Scott cust u shadow is survived by two brothers, Mr. John charge of desertion, but on tho conis the best pro- otine thu cplno, bond the nock, ami Why not get from 10,000 to 15,100 of tho best, in fact the world is to have u convention. It over our town and the community in Duncan, of this place und Judge Wil- trary, there is something about the miles out of your tires? See the Ar- ducing county in the state, should not thus prevent thu free circulation of will be a real Progressive convention. have an agent. Let's nil get behind blood In flie bruin. You mu never got None of those who have returned to which she had lived fur most of her short liam Duncan of Louisville, und four charges that suggest thu death-rattl- e cade Garage about it. this movement und have u good meet the full ulue out of n night's (deep unthe Republican camp or those who have but happy life was spent amongus, und 'sisters, Mrs. Charlotte Wurren of of the cause the said writer seems to to Explain. Hard ing of the fanners of the county ut the less you fit your pillow no low that joined the Democrats will bo welcome. every heart was touched with sympathy Stanford, Mrs. Margaret Uradley of be championing. Hill "I underbuild that Court House next Monday ufteruoon. the head nnd neck ure Just on u level The fata of this party is the fate of for the young husband who lies very ill Frankfort, Mrs. Simpson Elkin of At-- ! Furthermore, if it be true that Mr hollds Is the com wuter nnd At this meeting there will be a re pre- - with the hplne." nil third parties. All the leaders will of typhoid fever, this together with lautu and Miss Jennie Duncan of Lbii- - Helm was not and is not un adminis- ....i,i....u ,1... i mi mu iiuinuii 1....1.. H uiu , ,. uuuj, .. , the Republican or Democratic the fact she left an infant only a few caster, and one grandson, Mr. Joseph tration democrat, it is passing strange "I wonder why It wu they put be in " '"- -Washington ...,,:,, will expluln hi all tho hours old makes her death doubly sad. Rogers, and Wash,l!llt Round and Round, party, and Mr. Parker's assertion that that the press dispatches from mjII.1 nart lu vour heudi" Yonkers Mrs. Scott will be remembered in Yon put out flio cut tho last thing only the commissioned officers have detail the imsirtance und duties of a ington to the Kentucky dully papers StUtoKlllllll. riuh night tiuil next morning the I will bring few votes In Novem- Lancaster us Ressie Singleton being u farm agent to the county. have nut disclosed the fact long before Much Water Needed. patiently waiting to come In to bo put ber, In fact it was the boys in the daughter of Mrs. Anna Singleton nr.d It takes 4 wo tons of wuter to grow thu writer of thu desertion article made Little to De Thankful For. nut iigiilu tit night. And no on nnd trenches who deserted Col. Roosevelt the lute Hundley Singleton. A few enough wheat to iniike it loaf of bread) the Imaginary discovery. on like the never ending roll of tho Miss Joy required the uirlnus memI cannot believe that the intelligent and not vica versa. The Progressive years ago she inuriiedMr. Ralph Scott, fifteen to twenty tons tu trow u pouud River Oregon. l You muy outlive thin class tu bers of her voters of this district want their voters began to slack as far back as son of Mr and Mrs A. T. Scott, and for of beef. pnrtlculiir out, things for which they M.D he other cuts but there will ulwuy to play the rubber stamp tell her the 1913, and by 1914 there was merely a a while they resided in the Iluena Vista were thankful, Mabel gave thank for Just its particular. You act. If so the job should bo let to the liluo eyes Dorothy for her wavy hnlr. handful left. Why not bury it in the neighborhood but later moved to cannot outllvo tho tntlro cut crop. United States' Coal Area. bidder and his instructions Poor little Hill, freckle-fnceluwest where she died Tuesday night. almost forgotten Popugrave with that und red Thoro will ever bo inoro of tho cuts The known coal iircus of tho UnitPhone 391-Possessing some of the noblest and ed States cover about 810,000 square pinned to the lapel of his coat collar of treshes, klulied when it ruiue his list party. thuu there nro of you. Long after you going to Washington to cast Ids turn. "Toucher, I don't know for whut definest qualities, generous to a great ure gone tliero will bo cuts to put out miles, and there nre ttbout 100,000 before sub- gree, staunch and true to her friends, Mjuare miles more that ure believed votes. E. C. WALTON, to be thankful. Seems to mu God nnd lot lu mid put nut. So, after ult, Those who say that the German BUCKEYE, KY. purty ulgh rulnt luy looks," Stanford, Ky., July 15, 1910. what tho user Kansas City Star. marine which recently docked at Haiti- - she will be greatly missed, not only In to bo underlaid with inurketuble coal. The Central Record more with n cargo of dyes, has broken the back of the English blockade nre sadly misinformed. If we are to believe the reports, the Deutschtand has n displacement of C0.OO0 tons or as submarines go, a tonnage of 150 tons. At G5! J" Li PAINTSVILLE, RY GETS ADVICE FROM NORMAL TAKE TANLAC: HE'S WELL. ail-n- 1 Second-CIss- j u- ' ' i fnthvr-in-law- Phllli-printe- d 1 1 1 ' ' 1 1 j 20 ' ' j 1 ' ' ' Hkln j ' s du. Haiti-mor- . 'r1 . ,,.,, y. 1 n life-lon- d n j s one-thi- I ,, ,,,rt Himilay-sehoo- J.E. EDWARDS, 1 The Central Record, Thursday July 20, 1916 Your Account Is Due and must be paid at once otherwise I will have to force collections which I hate to do. Havintf withdrawn from the firm of J. K. Mount Son & Co., to go Into other business, I desire to thank my customers for their patronage and request that they come In and settle their accounts and notes now, as I need the money to put Into my new business. I Gossip About People Mrs. J, II. Sopor went to Mondny to visit relatives. Ixlngton Misses Mittie nnd Mary Leo Dunn Mr.J. S, Hnscldcn aro In Danville visiting relatives. visitor In Georgetown. was a recent vv? tt A r.rltf Mention ol (he Comlngi Colnji hyThoit Wt Art Interfiled nd In. Alt.,,, Mlf ' ttfirnllitr ......... . I nnrnniin I. ....p,,,.,., ... J hero on n visit to relatives. Mr. nnd Mrs. J. K. Stormes were recent visitors nt Graham Spring. Mrs. Charles I). Powell made n short visit to friends at I'aint Uck Inat Saturday. Respectfully, Miss Pearl Walker, of I'errvvillo made n recent visit to Lancaster kins days visit. people, Miss Allie Arnold returned Tuesday Mrs. S. P. Grant, nf Danville, has lrom n several months' sojourn near been n recent visitor hero at her for-tn- Pittsburg, Pa. home. Mr. Charles Doty Ilright, of Iltllevue, Mrs. Thomas Alnms, of Sharpsburg, is the guest of Mr. Ira Grimes on thi is visiting her mother, Mrs. Itlchard Lcrington road. McGrath. Mr E. R. Hoyden of Iis Angeles Cal, BLUE-OilASMrs. Thomas Slnvin has lieen n re- will be the week-en- d guest of Mr. and cent visitor of Mrs. (!uv 1 unley and Mrs. Joe L. Francis. Incur imralril. others in Danville. Miss May Akeruf near Elizahethtown Mr. Hen Il.illard, of Cincinnati, is will arrive SaturJay to be the guest of and Miss Lillian Cochran. here for ii viit to his parents. Mr. Mrs. G. T. Ilallanl. Mr. Henry Hoinn Moore is in Paint 1 1 Mr. Wclhy Potts, of Mt. Sterling Lick visiting his aunt and uncle, Mr. has In en visiting kinspeople in Lan- and Mrs. H. C. Iloian. FREE ATTRACTIONS. caster nnd vicinity. Master C. W. Clark of Lexington is Miss Mattie Adams, of Sharpsburg, siersling his vacation with his grandC. Prize Hand of America. for months Mr. Dodd, Baritone. is here city asnd county.visit to relatives parents Mr. and Mrs. Sim Iloiirue. Hoch, Soprano. Miss in this Mrs. W. O. Ilradley of Frankfort, Songs and Ragtime Miss Jessie lleagle, of Georgetown, Messrs Kcnyon and Elwell, and Mrs. W, S. Elkin of Atlanta, are is visiting Miss Carrie Ilelle liomans witli their (Jirls, on n Nirkcl I'l.iteil Apparatus .!! feet liigli. The Ferris Wheel sister. Miss Jennie Duncan. and oilier friends here. le Troupe In reproduction of Sculptor woik of well known The Mrs. I.ula Johnson, ami Elder P. M. Miss Ainnndii Anderson is in Indian-iiHli- s Musters. and Mrs.Tinder will make a whore she is taking a course at Tinder motoring trip to Richmond Sund.ev. The Flying Ladder (iirb. Two Younj; Ladies in Graceful Feats on Two a summer normal sciiool. Single Swinging Lndders. Mrs. Itozella Dunn left Tuesday for Mr Itohert lirewer of Chelsea, Okla-hoinFive Young Ijnlies Talented Instrumentalists. Fonutifid Costumes, has joined his family here at the several weeks visit in Lexington, changed daily. Louisville, and St Louis to friends and home of Mr J. J. Walker. JOHN M. MOUNT Mr. J. Warren Slnvln of Houston Miss Alllc Dyche, of London, has Texas, has been vistlng his Uncle Mr.J. heen the gupst of Mrs. Henry Moore. Klaven. Miss Edith Moore was the guest Warren Mr Thnd N. Aldrldge, who was inlast week of Miss Margaret Herring. Miss Lizzie (ioodloe, of Springfield, is jured in an nutn accident in Stanford, Is Improving nicely. visiting Mr. anil Mrs. W. 0. Gondloe. Mr. and Mrs. Harve Lee nnd pretty Mnster Philip Ackerman, nf Louischildren of Richmond, came Sunday for ville Is the guest of Master Gay t Doty. n visit to I.ancnster relatives. MI'S Tevis James of ltichmond tins Mr. Ernest Itny has returned to his I lie Mao Sutton been visiting Miss LI home in Decatur after a pleasant visit Miss Margaret Herring spent several tvLnncaster and Gnrrnrd friends. days this week with Miss Edith Mrs. J. II. Arnold of llirminghan has Moore. returned to her home after n viit to Miss Edna Knvanaugh went tn Rich- her parents. Mr and Mrs. J II. Hum-sid- e. mond the first of the week for a several Miss Nannie Anderson Is spending a two weeks vacation In Lexington and Paris with her sisters, Mesdamcs Turner and Arnold. Miss Mnttie Ail.ims of this citv. was guest at a "12" party nu nut n given by Mrr. 7. V. Carter at her home nt Richlands Va. Mr. nnil Mrs. O. U. Trrnll, formerly of this place, entertained at a theater party in honor of Mrs. Terrill's sister, Miss Mnttie Adam', at Richlands Va. Mr L. C. Gulley left Monday, for "Lake Placid," where he is enjoying a weeks vacation. A letter to home folks says he Is catching some big ones. Mr. George Swinebrnnd was host nt large party on last Friday evening, complimentary to his cousins, Mises Margaret and Jean Woods of Stanford. Misses Jane anil Mary Doty received their friends at a sewing party, the function being given in compliment to Mrs. II. S. IlmNon's hou'e gtle.l, Mis Nancy Thompson, ot Indianapolis Ind. Miss Leona Gott. of Richmond, is the guest of her aunt, Mrs L N, Miller. c VUL'LI. FIND IT IN THIS 9 "ITS GREAT, LETS GO" Get Ready, Everybody Attend This Year The S FAIR ' Lexington, Ky. AUGUST 7tb to 2th, Weber's John Kathcrinc John Popular 6 Mrs. Joe Cowherd, of Kansas City, Messrs F.K. nnd J.A. Swope of Lexwas guest for the ilnv nt the home of ington motored to Lancaster. Monday ' ' " I'm. pie. 20 Special Cars Reduced Hates on all Mr. and Mra. Edgar Price. The MeyrrliolT Attraction nnd were the guest of home folks for a Roads. Fur Entry Illank or Information, address. Mrs. Joanna Hall is ft home after a few days. Lexington, Ky. fortnight's visit to her daughter, Mr. Mis Elizabeth lirvant and Mrs. C.C. JOHN W. BAIN, Uohon Camphell in Stanford. decker of lower Garrard were recent Mr William II Moss, who has been visitors in Danville and attended the numbered among the sick, has nbout C'hautauijua. recovered from Ins indisposition. Mrs. James Caldwell of Dayton, Ohio, Mrs. Joe llinternish nnd Mrs. J. J. nnd Mrs, Ora Moore, of Ilryanlsville, Miller, of Covington, are here for a are guests of Mr". William Jennings on Danville Avenue. visit to Mr. and Mrs. N. Miller. Running and Harness Races Best Show on earth at Lexington, the Capital of the Horse World. relatives. Mrs. S. D. Cochran was hostess at an elaborate C, o'clock dinner Thursday Hrotlier Pollitt reports n fine meeting given in compliment to .Miss lierme at Plcasureville and that he will till Lear anil her hou'e guest, Mis his pulpit Sunday. of Shelby N. C. and Mrs Harry Tomlinson, of this city. Mrs. M. K. Denny was hostess at n luncheon at several.coure, noon-daher attractive home on Lexington Avenue; the affair was complimentary to her cirlhood friends ami schoolmates, covers being laid for ten guests witli Mrs. Robert lirewer, of Chelsea, Okla, n3 honoree. The Arcade Gnrnge. Mr and Mrs O, It. Carpenter motored Hemp Ilreaks made nnd sold by W. to Crab Orchard, Sunday In their car, F. Parks. I'aint Lick, Ky. Sample can for a visit to home folks. be seen at Hudson Hughes & Farnau. Mr. Van M. Logan of New York Is j here for a two weeks visit to friends nnd WANTED 100 cars of wheat; will I relatives in his old home. pay highest market price. Have lots Mrs. W. M. Mnhnn and Mrs. 0. T. of new unused sacks. Ilrummit ami Mr Story Herron have Roy S. Schooler. returned from a trip thru Illinois, IndWANTED -- To buy n fnrm of about Ky. They went thru in Mr. iana ami Mahan's handsome new Oakland car. ' 50 or do acres, or rent a Inrger one for driven by Mr Herron nnd were gone money rent. Want well improved land Forest Collico. It. I'. D. 3., about ten days. Lancaster. Ky. Miss Ilernie Lear received nbout 10 For Sale. members of the society sot, the function being most appropriately arranged Household ami kitchen furniture. as n lawn party, the spnei ms sward in Mrs. John Mount. front of the commodious resilience being appropriate for most enticing tete. For Sale. atetes for the popular belles and beaux; Ill acres of hind near Ityattsville honoree of trie occasion was Miss the C, Elizabeth McMurry, of Shelby, North station on Kirksville pike, room house and R. N. Rusell, Carolina, It. F. D. No. 1. Lancaster. Ky. On Saturday, July 15th., the children 0 and grandchildren, together with n few friends, honored Mrs. John White with HORSES AND MULES WANTED .I:......-, !!.. b n a....; una t. itiiiiii-iifiiiituii 3uiinac l. About ' I will buy some good cotton or army her forty-sevent- h birth day. forty guests were present to enjoy the mules or horses. W. II. Iturton. bountiful dinner which was spread cn Lancaster, Ky the beautiful lawn and all reported a 7 13-tmost enjoyable time and left hoping' NOTICE. that this ejtimnble woman might live to enjoy many other birthdays: like Having withdrawn from the firm of this one. J. It. Mount, Son & Co.. to go into other business, I desire to thank my customers for the patronage and request that they come in News Of The Churcaes. accounts and notes new, nnd IseMle their ns need the money to put into my new business. Don't throw nwnv your automobile Mrs Chns Asklns of Cincinnati, O., Is Have them vulcanized at visiting her parents at Paint Lick, Ky. casings. l.. Respectfully, John M .Mount. TWENTY-FIVE YEARS. Secretary, GOOD FLY TRAP How to Make It. W .V.' I 0k PUT ON a6 fioTI L LGOOP lg j 6 Their if .:J Is i iiuf cf tlicir wjrth. On llie millet ttnty-nl- n first luoh UlJ mil t jh anj r.ooJ tuJsy, Tbtjr years, nJ nl Inexpensive flns In sppwarsnc. storui-piov- l 4 ! vr &i fj Local Co.vr. c.ors or Cortrifjit Metal Roofing Co 5(1 North 2:ird Street I'hihidel.ihin, Fa. Jacob SchuIzCompan' IncorKrnteJ. Fine Cut Flowers For Phones ;Wl?-- All Occasions. l'reinnt AttcntUn 13 or 83. All Orders Receive Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. eering Mowing; Machines Have Many Exclusive Features Which Make Them Superior To Mowers of Any Other Make. The Uremic Mowing Machines ossess nil the good features of u Rood mower with many improvements, most of which nro exclusive with the Deering which you will like nnd should have, on your new machine. Among the chief of the features are, long enduring iiualitles. light drnf t, bartend-ing- , clTectivo raising levers, flexible gang arrangement, nodanger of cutter buckling or knife breaking. A clean shear cut the full length of the mow-c- r bar, removable wearing plates, external inuiii gear, rigid main frame, coupEasy ling bar has a number of distinct features possessed by no other mower. to replace parts, spring tacker board. I'ole is strengthened. Easy on horses Bnd operator. Come in and let us show this splendid mower or send for attractive illustrated booklet giving full descriptions of the full line of Dcering Machines. Master Robert liaison Davidson wns given a hirthdav party at the home of " his parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. G. DavidMiss Tommie Francis returned home son, last Tuesday, in honor of his Mr. and Mrs. Joe Davis ami daughter, of Perry ville, have heen recent .Monday, after a several weeks' stay seventh birthday. The guests were with her sister, Mrs. George Ilallew in Misses Martha Ward Sweeney, Cecil visitors of Mrs. William Hughes. Madison county. Ilatson, Delia Golf Gregory and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Campbell nnd Mrs. Elizabeth Denny, Mrs. Lizzie and Mrs. Robert Ilatson. two little dnughtern, of Stanford, were Roland, and daughter. Miss Durothv Mr nnd Mrs W. I. Williams and son, visitors here last FriJny evening. Roland, of Lexington, are here for the Woodruir and llradford. who were guests for several days of Mioses MarMr. (i. I'. Terrill, who has been lo- summer vacation period. Sunday aftercated nt Akron, ()., for several months A swimming party was enjoyed by tha and Helen Gill, left is spending several days with his family. an outing to Dix River, Misses Hope noon for their home in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Their daughter. Miss Mary Clay Miss I'atsy Anderson, who has been Gardner, Helen Elizabeth and Chastlne did not return here, bat joined u campn course nt the Richmond Sprague being the honorcs. pursuing ing party ot Lexington school-mates- . Normal School, will return home FriMrs Oliver Honnker, Miss Lula Mae 11' " . Mr. Raymond King, of Cement. Calif, is P3rt day. Ilonaker. and Masters Oliver and Robert Hunaker of Lexington, ore guests has been visiting his parents, Mr. nnd Mr. (Ilnssbrcner nnd son came out One way to control tho fly la Mis. W. T. King, of Hjattsville and from Louisville in their touring car and of Mrs. S. W. .Moss and family. to catch It In such a trap as also the guest of Miss E. II. Itallard, were guests of Mr and Mrs. John E. A peun 1 party was given Monday Is shown above. Tho trap may Ilryantsville. Mr. King holds u Stormes. evening by the Junior society set, the at bo placed near tho garbago can, lucrative position with the Pacific honoree being Mrs. Henry Moore's j or any other place that tho tiles nnd Sara Caroline Itice Misses Portland Cement Company, one of the nro sure to come. A slmplo Chenault, if Uichnionil, have heen the house guest, Allye Dyche of London. largest plants of its kind on the and effective trap may bo mado nttinclive little guest of Mrs. Carrie Mrs. Ilettie Reynolds Smith and Miss Western Coast. from n grocery box by substiDaivilson. Carrie Reid, popular clerks ut J. E. tuting wlro netting for tho top After several (norths stay in our city-MMissVirginhi Shively has returned Dickerson's store, are in Louisville the ami two sides, cutting a round and Mrs. Oprie Ilrown left last hole In tho bottom nnd Inserting to her home in (Jreensburg, ufter a guests of .Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Ceilings. Monday for their former home in StanIn It a wlro netting cone with pleasant visit to Miss Martha Ward Mrs. William Jennings presided at an ford. They made many friends her an eighth-Incopening at tho Sweencv. during their stay who will regret to t! o'clock elegant dinner Tuesday, in bottom and a half-Incopening Mr. Iliowu learn of their departure. Miller, accompanied by honor of Mrs. James Caldwell of DayMis. L. at the top. Some nrttclo of is an accompli. lied and accomodating from ltichmond, spent Sun- ton Ohio, and Mrs. Ora Moore of Hrj food, preferably n fish head, her father pharmacist and has accepted a position should bo placed lnsldo for bait. day with her brother who is in camp at antsville. with the Lincoln Pharmacy. Tho trap must be elevated sevKt. Thomas. Alls I.Wm Kainey was liostess of a eral Inches abovo tho ground, so Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Price, their house Miss Dove Harris and Sadie Cecil picture show party Tuesday evening, ns to glvo tho flies n chance guests. Mrs. .Mrs. M. 11. Mabry and of Danville, were entertained nt din- the social bevy repairing to Stormes' to enter. When tho trap Is full, ner Saturday bv Misses Kate nnd Lill- ice cream apartment for refreshments Master Harton Mabry of Florida, mo- - j it may bo emptied by shaking loreu 10 wanviiie inursiiay morning ian Kinnaird. Its contents through a small after the film entertainment. where they were joined by Mrs. Joe opening, ordinarily closed by it Myers is in the Miss Sullie Mis W. 0. Ilradley and Mrs John G. Cowherd of Kansas City, foi an autoslid I ne door. The trap described I'aint Lick vicinity where she is nur- South, of Frankfort. Dr. W. S. Elkin mobile trio to High Ilridge; while in and shown ln tho Illustration Is sing :i typhoid patient, a little and Mrs. Elkin, of Atlanta, Ga and the llovle Capital, they were visitors a particularly effective one. aa I. ford boy. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. liarnard uml Mr. of Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Grant. It wis planned with a view to D. C, tho fly's habits. Tho odor of Mrs. Walter Arnold, formerly Miss Joseph Rogers, of Washington, Mrs. Dnid C. Sanders was hostess food leads tho fly to enter tho Ella Mae Ilngnn of this place, contin- were here for the funeinl of the late at an elegant reception at her attrac trap at tho bottom. Once inside Mrs. P. 1). Gill. ues rpiite ill at her home in the It is attracted to the tup by tho tive new home on Danville Avenue, the vicinity. .Mrs. M. E. Tichenor and Mrs. G. C. light. When It gets out of tho alfair being complimentary to the mem-- 1 imams of Louisville, entertained at b.irs of the C. W. 11. M. Auxiliary. wlro cone It cannot escape. The Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C limit came trap has tho additional virtue of over in their car from Lexington unit an elaborate 6 o'clock dinner on Tues About 50 guests responded lu the 111- -' belug Inexpensive It may bo spent an evening with her father, Mr. day evening, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. vitations. The apartments were beau- made at a cost ot about twenty J. O. Colling guests. Mrs. Ilettie Rey tifully adorned for the occasion, and a It. II. Temliuson and family. cents and about a half hour's nolds Smith nnd V.iss Carrie Reid of ,t..i,..,'..,, j ..... ,.,., ,,r i .. .....i r Mr and Mrs Jack Doty motored over tills time. citv. Covers were laid for ten. weie served. Frappe was enjoyed as from Islington Sunday and spent the A picnic was given in the William u beverage preceding the full course of day with Miss Lena Ilright. Master Ga)le Doty, who has been their guest, Cook woods, the honorees being Miis refreshments. Margaret Cook's house guests. Misses came home with them. A Virginia paper has the following Hope Gardner, Helen Elizabeth and Miss Kathleen Walters left Wednes Chastine Sprague, of Louisville, nnd III regard to these functions given in to Miss Adams, LanA proper system of manure disposal day for a visit to Miss Julia Jenkins at the chaperones, Mis W. R. Cook, Mrs, compliment caster's fair lepresentative: Is more Important than all other measv sojourn with Mrs. M. E. C. Gaines and Miss Shelby Mason. 'A. V Carter delightfully en ures combined as a method ot con- "Mrs. 1'. Elkin, at Lexington, nnd a stay Miss Ilernice Chump was the genial tertained u number of the young eo trolling tho fly nuisance. A proper with relatives at Versailles. i '" i method of garbage collection and ills- young hostess of the juniors ut an en- Vie Wednesday evening with Mrs. W. It. Moss has returned from joyable dinner party, tlio honorees be party. " s- Thoe present were Miwcs ... urn! I'incwlle, a visit to Middletboro " ing Misses Hope Gardner, Helen Eiiza-tilt- h Louise Hankins. Hattie Woddington, having been called to the Hell Circuit luitui nnd Chastine Sprague of Louis- Louise Johnson. KIJu Lee Gardner. I'sil'Vi unit .uitv;vfcuu lit u u;'i'iuutunshed Court to serve as a witness fur the ville, and Miss Jessio lleagle of George- Cora Cartright. Mattie Adams. Veila huoktt. Tho bucket should bo ,lltc'rVau with lye soap and water American Association, in an important town. The social event wus prolonged Crabtree, Mr.. Rosseau, Messts. llog - nt ,.uj ,liell ip0nBcd with kerosene In laud case. by n Sexton, White, McKenry, Huis party. f' The Cortright Shingle has a record of years on a roof without twentv-fiv- e leak. This roof is good today. I have the exclusive agency for this shingle anil Jwould be pleased to quote you I can furnish you building maprices. terial of any kir.d and would be pleased to have you call me. C. S. Roop, Carpenter nnd Contractor, 3mo. Cartersville, Ky. 7 FARM FOR SALE. acres, 3 miles from Danville. Ky., on Lancaster pike (lloone Highway) Attractively located, productive-nnsplendidly watered; large pool stocked with fish; a comparatively new eight room house with wide porches necessary outbuildings, tarn and tenant house; splendid apple orchard and other fruits innbundan:e. Educations! advantages of Danville are of the highest; the best of railroad facilities, yet lDi'.J Aiv no railroad crossing going into town. Would like to give possession in Sep-teinr. J. Ed. Allen. Danville, Ky. ' GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. Plaintiffs, Thomas D. Chesnutt's Admr, et al. !. R ibert Chesnutt's Heir Defendant. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court will sit in his ollice in the city of Lancaster on July 211th and 3tet l'JIO, for the purpose of receiving claims and hearing proof on claims against the estate of T. D. Chesnutt. deceased, and all persons having claims against the said T. I). Chesnutt estate are hereby notified to lilo the same with the undersigned, pioperly proven nccording to law. W. H. HROWN. M. C. G. C. C. !u tho Mg'iwt prices lor yeur crops because you arc not in close touch with the market. ro.i l end llic mail v.ho rauaii ..licit up anj drivg to trans::t fccniss, make social iil'.i, summon help Li emergencies? Do you !;jo js on the jI.-.- i YouY mlu Ore W Cover Manure Box and Garbage Can 6 Or do you send v our voice over me teicpnone to..'i.incse. "' m nnu.i.w. """. theater BECKER PHONE 27. ft BALLARD BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. L. Manuel, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Hall nnd George Todd, of this place enjoyed an outing ut High Ilridge, last Sunday, visiting many interesting and beautiful places on the way. The outing was In honor of Mrs. Mr, uud Mrs. J. W. Sweeney and Manuel's guests, the Misses Jewell and Miss Martha Ward Sweeney, of this Lillie Ogg. of Herea. citv, Miss Virglulu Shively, of Greens-burMrs. Thomas Slavin gave n reception ami Miss Dorothy Allen, of nt her attractive home on the Ricfl-mon- d composed a party of motorists road on Thursday afternoon ut I to High Ilridge. o'clock receiving the members of the Mrs. Carriu Y. Davidson and Mrs. John Miller chapter of the D. A. It. L, G. Davidson gave a picnic In com- An Interesting program and course of pliment to Miss Martha Ward Sweeney's refreshments made the assemblage a recent guest, Miss Virginia Shively, of memorable one; an horor guest of a Greensburg and Misses Sara Chenault organization was Mrs. W. and Carolyn lllce of ltichmond. I. Wil'iams of Tulsa Oklahoma. Mrs Zerelda Gulley has returned from Lexington very much improved in health. Her daughter, Mrs Ilright Herring, went over for her and they were accompanied by Messrs Floyd and Ashley Swope, water. Tho foregoing advlco Is from tho fa- ruous sanitary authority. Dr. W. A. Evans of Chicago. In our local I'algn wo should utlllzo this Informa Hon to tho utmost. It has long been recognized that swatting tho fly would never liu lliu VUUIIUUIUI Ilia nuiw tribe forever moro. Wo have learned that wo must niako war on him early Terrill where elegant refreshments In tho season by getting rid ot his were served. Those present were. breeding places and his natural Mr. and Mrs. J. 11, Crabtree, Mr. and sources of food supply filth, Wysor, Misses Louise HanSome of us aro Inclined to grumblo Mrs. A. A. kins, Hattie Weddington, Loui.e John- - that campaigning against flies is Well, the grumson, Verta Crabtree, Eula Lee Gurd-tie- mighty troublesomo. blers will Mud It less troublesome to e Ilettie Simmons, Essie Ilrim, campaign effectually against flies than and Lucy lloyd, Pearl Reamer, to nurse a member ot the family Dora Cartright and Mattie Adams, through a spell ot typhoid fever and Messrs. Lee, Iloggess, Hankins, Crabmuch less expensive, tree, Costello and White. eer. Lee Costello and Routseau " "One of the most enjoyable parties of the season was the theatre party . by Mr. and Mrs, Ollie Terrill Friday evening in honor cf Mrs. 'lei- rill's sister, Miss Adams, of Lancas- - , ter, Ky. After the show the guests as- I sembled ut the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. cam-giver, Jo-si- gesi. The noil without a telephone has n big handicap. If you aro that man drop a postal today to BASTIN TELEPHONE COMPANY and have a representative tell y ou how little a telephone will cost you. Western Electric Telephones guarantee you best service The Central Record, Thursday July 20, 1916. A Matrimonial Experiment Dr ETHEL HOLMES Eleventh Annual Blue Grass Fair Best Fair In the Middle Wes I t UU u4 mi, nj Map pots' Im tt&j mmt.t wtiif t.a I Opens at Lexington, t ' Ky., Monday, Aug. 7tl t j I Help us to HOLD DOWN lire r rices Ta o the uat'dfic. The VALuTJ of the Car, to it3 Owner,- - narrows down, in the ultimate, to tno precise in.. ' :in:tra lie UShs mat l ar, yearly ov. tied for, say, ' years (tlien sold for $G00.) there has If .. i. i Led by the Owner, -- eijual to, say, $350. per year, been 1,4 V . VIJ Hours in the year, it ould cost him but 33 CENTS V: ' i; of Hours, vearlv. the Car would ::iv HALF thnl i. ' cost lii.ii : ho used it. i) i cvr A .. VH i:, . ,'f will (krerw, to a considerable extent, upon the PRICE c. I .FOLI27E. V i? vi- creel th why v. e ( J m. Cl.t, 1015) inaugurated the Goodrich "FAIR Li:V Propanr.mia a$ahttl High-pii- c on Tires. and It h a further reason why we NOW keep our own Goodrich Prices DOWN figures here quoted. to the very moderate "Fair-List- " 1 -H-.ti. t; and GASOLENE, "make tlio Wheels po round!" A Car in the Cinrniie COSTS as much as a it mm no dividend, on the Investment, so Ionir as it STAYS in ftiSri :, Pndded-I'riee-List- s, Fabric Tires are NOT made, and cannot be madc,- -at ANY BETTER than are produced by The II. F. Goodrich Co. A 15ft, to oOft. hlijwr price could well be justified for these samoTirc3, by fair comparison with other Tires sold at 15',o to 50 higher prices. WiH you help your own interest-- (present and future), bv further expanding the Sale of Unit Tire which dcto)!strli'S its Intention, through LOWERING the Cost of ils Tirea to you, with every INCREASE in it; Volume? Will yon thus endorse, and support, the Goodrich Policy which automatically PREVENTS OTHER Makers from forcing UP the Market on Tires? : ices, here quoted. Compare Goodrich Fair-Li- d Bear in mind that NO Fabric Tires.-- at ANY price, are "better," no House more Fair, and LIBERAL, on proper Adjustments. , THE B. F. GOODRICH CO., Akron, 0. Goodrich 30x3 30x3-i "Fair-List- " '.$10 40 Prices (Safety-Tread- s) J Ford Size (Safety-Tread- s) I $13.40 3?,. 33:: 4 I .t, 3S;4'i $15.45 3Sx4s 37x5 34x4 .$22.00 shc-ul.- $22.40 $31.20 $31.60 $37.35 These Tires ars as perfect ai Fabric Tires caa be made. say dissatisfaction whatever arise, with any Goodrich Tire, Its Owner Is invited, and REQUESTED, to take the. matter up promptly with us, the Makers. will find that Fair, Square, and LIBERAL treatment will always be extended, on alt lis proper adjustments. THE D. F. GOODRICH CO., Akron, O. KjAJ ODRICH Black "Barefoot" TlRES 66 nnin VHT JJjA. 1 A AT yy l foot-Rubbe- r" Does for your SHOE Soles what black "Bare-- 4 does for Goodrich Tire Soles. It mare Flexible than Letlherl It EASIER on your Feet! Weart longer than Leather! 1 Waterproof! Is Non.tlippery t Il Lighter than Leather! Ask your Shoe Dealer, or Shoe Repairer, for Tcxtan Soles on your next pair ol Shoes. Lancaster Motor Car Distributors for Garrard County. LOYD a visit Mrs Larkin Hicks of IJrodhead is on to her former home. Mrs Larkin Hicks has returned home after a visit to her relatives. Mrs Callin Hay and on, Clay, spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Sim Itay. Mr and Mrs Claud Helton of Coy, were the guest of her parents, Sunday, Miss Emma Ilolton spent her weekend with Miss Maud Clark, of Judson. Mrs Dora Tapp and son, of I'atis.Ky, have returned after a visit to Mrs Aaron Hay. Mrs Hunch Hay and grandson, Elgin, apent the day with Mr and Mrs Am-bro- s Calico, last Friday. Mr Iva Ray and his son, Willie, of McKinney have returned after a visit to hid parents several weeks. abeth I'ettus of Springfield. Misses Leila and Bessie Long of Mr Mose Itay and fsm'.ly, Mri Patsy Kay and daughters, spent the day with Kirksville liue returned home after a visit to Mr. Mark Coins and family. itheir aister, Mrs Hunch Itay. Miss Zoaa Itay, daughter of Mr and Mr and Mrs Thomas Wall and daughlira Aaron Itay has returned after ter of Portsmouth Ohio recently spent a day with Mr and Mra Tom Uroaddus. via!t to Mrs L'ifie Coaz, of Paris, Ky. Mrs James Turner and daughter Delia lira Larkin Hicks and sister, Hunch Bay, were the guest of Mr and Mra May, who made a several days stay John Wesley Daily, near Uradshiw with relatives at Springfield and Lebanon returned last week. Mill. Ky. The bazar and supper given under Mrs Larkin Hicks and tlster, Hunch Bay, and daughter. Gladys, were ,the the auspices of the Ladles Working gueat of Mr and Mrs John A. Itay on Society given last Wednesday at Mason school was a very tuccesaful affair. Wednesday. Co, the exact amount is ro; known us a clean collection has i ot been mai'e, Miss Lula Simpson who has been The ladies were very well pleased with proceeds. quite sick is better at this writing Mr. Hobt Clark thesplendidsecretaiy Mrs Hen Kelly and three daughters spent Saturday with Mrs YVm llroadaa. of the Sundey School read his report Sunday morning which Mrs J C Walton and two sons are for tho quarter and Is as follows. The average attendance visiting relatives in Richmond was CO, the lessons for the quarter had Kingston. be-istudied by the 'home department' Messrs Leonard and Foster Smith of and had contributed 7 U0 making a Crab Orchard have been visiting Mrs. tutal amount in Sunday School treasury or auout Frank Higgins. Wishing to make Al S. S. at this Mr. W. I. Marksbury and wife of Lexington have been visiting relatives place Hev. MahaTl organized a Teacher training course last Sunday afternoon, in the community. begin a course of study un- Mr. Harve Sutton and family of Cin- which will cinnati spent two weeks with Mr John ;der the supervision of Hev. Ellis of up per Garrard next Monday. Mr Ellis and Miss Susan K, Sutton. will be here for a week then the work Miss Elizabeth Doty is at home again will be continued by Hev. Mahan for after a two weeks stay with Miss Eliz- an indefinite period MARKSBURY Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the Stomach and Intestines, Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis and mfia taaMKiaaaaaaaaaaai aaOaaaaMaaaaaaaaaaal rrailliiR nu iirtlclo on tlic oinhos of inntrliuoiilnl fullunvi ntid n,lvo.-:itltn- ? Uio follow Iiib plan: EnpiKctl couples I laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaal wcro to live under the miuo roof for a ! g certain period, n ihnpcron nlnnys pronetit. They were to nMiime the dutlt-- of hotiHokivpliiir. living from a common fund Jut at If they wrcrc man and wife. If nt tho end of this trial period they etlll desired to marry they would do so. If, ou tho other hand. Uicy found that they wcro Incompatible they could sciurnte. JIIss lllckerdalu wns engaged to Sir. ScnrliormiKli. She was twenty-ferc- n years old, and her Ilntico was thirty-two- . She had grave doubt ai to how they would get on together. TI1I1 plan Cs of trlul lunrrlnge npca!ed to her forcefully. Mr. SeorlKuvtigli called, n was his custom, oh Sunday to nenil the evening with her, and alio proposed It i sUiayt?Sa5iT3aia J to him. IIo lind hennl her luHKivliig often expresswl, and, though he had no wlh I.lmst-l- f for such an isierl-menta- l atllniice, desiring to end his flnmvo' doubts, ho prelenileil to Ih? room, sttlti rlot1.fi r t lK li I si ' ,vs. :. ' ' plennil wltli tlie plan. ot th on. It rvtWtt lh nJ ttbtiihi tkvir ocil tumlmk And it wan glten out to tho world tiutt .Mls nickertlale H mother lind utir Alfred Peats fcred n loss of Inenmo and it lind lie- "Prize" Wall Papers come ncci'vuiry for her to tnku'lnrd rr ir ttrlfcttNt tvrnrthtr nut it nl Jawortt.T cr. .nr. rH'arimrotiKii rented n room worth ftJ titfe r'1" will !of her mo It was understood outride lion r.o mnr ih rn Jviiint In ttt 4 InipKl K tvhfI the house mid the ierlment com tprTsJ. l)s ontr tf wy tnocn I uicncwl. The parties concerned lived lk Sock. ' lltrtrvf ICarlk)B ' tktfwi bow In n large city, hnd few Intimate J Carl Mtttal l ifitm mud friends mid were welt fltuntitl to carry l pspiUr prict, init their plan. Jlr. ScarUirough wan to CiUiuus cKttfi.llr ftiiuftKssL pay all bills for a month; then tho & RIDDLE. lllckerualcs would ns,sume tho respou MISS KATHERINE H0C1I, SOPRANO SOLOIST, WITH JOHN C. WEB slbilltlcH, which were to alternate. 1'alitt I.ick, Ky ER'S BAND AND OPERA COMPANY, BLUE GRASS FAIR, AUO passed-a- lx six month delightful 7 TO 12. months-l- ii thin happy way of living Then, since Hie cperlmentnl marriage ISS lllK'II has np4risl In leading roles with the fhlcngo flrnnd Oicm had Ikxmi n (vrfect Niiccexf. Jlr. rVnr l'ompim.v; nlno with lliimiiioMoliiVi Oix-rCompaiiy, New York. Sho borough proposed that they make It was prima donna with the Salle lirnud (H'rn tjunrtet for bona Hde. Hxpericncr had taualit .Miss UlcLcrdale that her doubts ns to their eaMins, supporting Slguor 'nrarado.s.i of the .Mctroailltnii liKTn Com getting ou together wcro 111 fouudcti, pany. rnruvu mid of her, "She has one of the uut olccs In nad sho consented. Her mother, who America." had played tho part of mother ln lau- to perfection, was Invited to continue INCH It organization in UUxI the I old nnd lllnW mid nil eseellciit rn lliu her part In reality, but she declined, lllue Criirn I'ali has taken full ' prognim for runiiliu: nnd Imtnpss ou two have not been man nnd , ulso various rings In Ihe show lule horx-Hrank with largest and K-i- d wife. You have had no trouble on my Should be Engraved oi j fairs and epnlllona In tho classes tor nuni.icrs, line nanus. account because you have Ik'cii simply etc. I Embossed Dowadays. country. It has Justly Nvi'ine known horse, lovers. When the glntuuur falls from I rldiiy will Slii tlnnd xti) day. In your ey you will h mo in I urn. as the largest horM- - tdniw In the world. addition to n e ' tnrlcd prozrnlii of show It reflects good taste and and my lmcrfectloiis will Ik; isjually It Is the only fair which offers a full clnss.. ninnltig races, harness race ' apparent to Unli of jou." quota and a clnssltWutlon for breeding and other attractive features ,at once creates a favorable Oh, mother," cxclnlmcu the flctl classes of the thn-great breeds of impression. Thoreuahbrrdt Skturday. tloui wife, "how can you talk so? American horses ns well in how class Patnrday Is nlnajs Liiown ns Tlior Have wo not lived under the same roof es, tlmpllucd and arraugisl hi a man Suppose you come and see onKhtinsl day, wlwn nc siss ringfor six mouths? Have we not Irurti w makes their distinction clour which tiring together cd each other's faults? Even the mou lier hlch mnny Ihe the man) Seauuful samples l'ltchtsl on n larger und more eten- noted thorouglibrisl Imr-e- s of from most ey queutlon, that Is m Important, has the with tlie slvo than eer gn ntest nurseries In Kentucky. In nd been tested. we have and get our prices. ou accertainty of liicroad Interit ".My daughter," replied the old lady. to of turlous nddtsl features, this dltlongreat rnsh premiums, scnsoiin to 'you havo not locn married. You count horses ns Jnck Atkins, Pan such I'alr promises to eclipse all pre ger have not been the Mine woman to jour year's tccorils. Itoek. Duvnl. The .Malinger, Trap vious lover that you will be to your bus IliH.'k, Wntennlc, Stalwart and others mid Improve addition Numerous band. I have peon that yon havo carehave Us? n made In the ma tier of arc offered. fully concealed your real self from ments rings, ami umucmeiit features I The afternoon program Is one of tlie i show mm, and he has treated you ns n lov hne been secured of a kind und to nn most Intrrrstlng of the entire week, a er, not as n husband." extent that Justify tlie belief that thu It Includes nil chnmponshis In which good gracious, has all this ttinl Sly winners Kulr will not only prove more valuable final contests occur marriage been for nothing?" than etcr to tho lite stock Interest of of the ihdltldiin! rlaes during the So; It has tccii some preparation Kentucky, but also nuiro nttnutlte to preccsllng day of the I'alr. for n real one, but of not ninth more those who lslt It. In addition to tho i The rule goternlng the c!nse n- value than If you had lived In separate weaullu ntid curling divisions, tite quires nil nulmuls eligible to show In homes." stakes ore offered In tho show clusscs these rings or forfeit money won In "Well, It Feems that I must either for saddle horses. . previous snows, mm this rule will tako a loop in the dnrl; or not nt nil. lo. thereby ns j be strictly ndhcnsl Attractive Program Each Day. I Nliall tnko the leap. Hut no one can surtng large fields and affording the One of tlie most ntlructlve programs make me lllcve not even you. dear Illillc the opportunity of seeing the mother that John and I don't know for tho week will Ihj on Wednesday, wluners brought loEethcr. when tho ctas-efor standard bred each other thoroughly." Tlio week promises to be not only AYben Mrs. Jscarliorough returned horses will Ih' shown. n gala one for In addition to the cash premiums of. breaking one In I.elntnn. but n record from tlie honeymoon sho told her tho history of the Itlne mother that sho had discovered no iicw fcrcd, seasons lo the leading horses In Orns I'alr. faults lu her husband. At the end of service are donated by various owner and a year sho declared that, while John and should nttiact tho intention of the Ample Hottl Accommodations Railway Facilititt. was not exactly the man tdie hnd sup entire horso world. The I'alr will open on Monday, Aug. Ik-- , Tno comfort mid eoutenlencc of nil things conlie was, all posed him to when au attractive rnclug program exhibitors nnd silmns will nvelrr the sidered, a much liner man. At the cud of two years she discovered brutal bus lccn arranged. Interesting show enreful atteutlou of the management. traits In her husband that she had rings will bo seen and John C Weber's Uonvonloiit nillnny facllllli, ample llnud with some of the lust soloists norel nccoininiNlnlltHis nml n iH.tr never dreamed of. Three yours iis-e- d unil Mie had discovered an antitoxin nnd iK)pulnr singers known to tho mo- - 'pnnUnttoii In every way for handling ! tfio crowds Insure for his brutality which neutralized Its slcnl world will !e here. High clus artists will la heard In ItnUe time to nil who accept venom. Mennwhllo children were com. our corlug and n new bond wus forming be- front of tlie grand stand In choice se- - dial Invitation to attend this grent an nnd (sipukir ballads every uft- - nual event. liesldo which tween husband und wife preuuptlnl loto was like a tender twig eriKsm nnd evening, nnd there Is a Tlie lmrd of director desire to take compared to n tree trunk. Then k!io great treat In store for Use music lov this oNirtiiidt.vof expressing their np ing public of the llluo Crass region. confessed to her mother that her trial pnslatlon to those whose efforts have Oil Tuesday, the 8th, the big mule heljssl build marriage was worthless. this Institution nnd to nsk show', iihvajH a most Interesting fea As for the husband, he passed for their cooperation In the future ture of tho llluo (irntis l'olr, will he through much tho sumu course. He started out with the Idea that when shown, mid tbo classes for xiultry nud Costly Prlrtt at tho Oluo Grata Fair, ho offended his wife ho must pacify ilgisiis will lie Juilutsl hi tlx; Poultry Jcent show rings, Including The list of trophies for the HUH her. He soon learned that tho moro house. ho tried to pacify her tho greater the stake for saddle bred colts, foals of lllue Crass I'alr embraces the most Kentucky stukcri for llvu gult-c- d magnificent and elalsirate array of lllltl, tho antugonlsiu. saddle horses two years old, mu- costly prl7es ever given nt n like celeAnd now that John Scarborough Is sic by Weber's Hand nnd Opera Com-panbration, nnd the exhibitor who I .cars what Is culled an old married man ho will help out u great program. off ono of these nwnrds will not only has adopted an excellent plan to end On Wednoulay morning tlto breeding havo nn nrtlcle Invested with ccutl fruitless discussions with his wife. He Is etonu deaf hi one (sir. When Ids clasxes for standard broil horses, a ucutnl vnluc but one of Intrinsic worth jack as well. ulmve, classes for wife gives him certain lectures he mentioned covers his well ear and, not being stock, tbo IUuo Ornss stake for tiro galled saddle horses, stallion, mare or Tbo market nrlee nf nil Mr .t.w.i ablo to hear with the other, makes no reply. This closes tho controversy, of gelding four years old and over. etc.. art, ,Kh, and there Is a great demand will ho shown In front of tho grand , for in.. I jest Ills', llllll, stock throughout course. Mali no deal for a silo without Tho Sunday Hxpoundor continues to stnna. letting our figures and futures. W the South. Thursday la always a great day, and tirepdprM llu.snrosA t.lll ,.LA ..1 iva mora and belter anchorage, publish articles suggesting startling In The arranged, vantage of exhlblUng at tho lllg lllue launcher door frame. Ste.l. hinged, novations In our social and other if an extra program has tx feur.Utch door. Steel Mep ladder, fairs, but Mrs. Scarborough has long Tlie fctrenoon will bo taken up with Grass I'alr, and visitors may expect a step every 18 inches. Better compara. ceased to read them. She says those tho breeding classes for American sad- great exhibit In all classes. .tr tonitruction throughout. upon domestic questions are written by dle horses, tho prizes for which are old maids or women who sliould have particularly rich and desirable, and All Aboard. Get Our certain to bring about a magnificent been old maids, while her husband deAll flates that articles ou the deepest finan- show. In tbo afternoon will be wit- QltABS aboard for tho 1110 HI.UK Before You Buy FAIIt-t- ho nessed the Kentucky stako for Are I'alr of all I'nlr- scial problems are written by persons gnJted saddle horses for three yean at 6a?' Jirssl dilamtM of tv. .ad (i. Ky Aug. 7 to J2. Who have been Qmiiclal failures. vru aaJ mmIIw nlwi hm .pr.la UPWM wu ln.nl Mo for HH mootj iKm ns accustomed to Sunday ncHsp.ii.er iiirtKiizlnc vvlilcli pulilMiiil nrtlrlcs by celebrnt-rd lH'rsons nvordliis the iiurvi'lous dinner Hint were constantly coming uvit cl villi it imiplen and forcli'lllni; how tomorrow would Ik? illflVrent from ' today. ThU morning she lind lireii Miss Itlckcrdnlc n rmdlhi; aJS m !,..tl ,00. .nd tit. 60.tiir.vir. I... prat WfMTal ktrevtr. N. tj Vtl.lU. tuuhlH I. ..kill "II.. I. Storn. Pttlr i.u but k.rml... 1. RitMtwrlr It U MTC0KN U Ml. si . hum.nl.lnrt. , mmm BaaaaVKaaW2aSH.' "HstHalaM It. E. .McUobcrU, Drugglvt, Lnr.cnstet hi m WALL PAPER rr cctll fit .mirt M' to s Personal Stationery Tin: Central Record. 111111 ,,i,.., pisiii More Silo fLess Money Prices 1 jfy w. cotnponr iu pv. you. ( f mtl it with tltmrf Jtf Urson 'School coui-Lrr1. Law. A other fatal ailments result from Stomach Trouble. Thousands of Stomach i two tuu cocks 1. Sufferers owe their complete recovery vndlM,J.a.a. MflUB.O.-.l-fo Smj. .tLLJi. Ilth Tr,pwM bri la Wonderful Itemedy, Unlike .1I.U1M. AccM.tuMeourl4toJII.rfS to Mavr's ItbwIM, s.if.h.i. Burwi. Tvltloa any other for Stomach Ailments. For Miir iwrii..krsliicicuuioiuu,4 k.BifiOW. lllll PUWlOBO tUfctM Vf ale by R. E. Mcltoberta In Lancaster, TSwbim Jtrw,o tmat rmu, writ. and druggist everywhere. nmuMiM, .t The Centred Record $1.00 Per Year In Advance. Lamcaiter, - KENTUCKY SILO CO. W. I'. Kincaid, Mgr. Stanford, Ky. HASELDEN lilt OS. Agcnta for Garrard County. urn fa ui, umu, Ki. i Kentucky. I riti Central Kecord, Thursday July 20, 19 1 6 1 Splendid Attractions. Danville's Big Fair For 1916 New Management. $2,500.00 In Premiums. Big Roadster Ring Every Day. LITTLEJOIIN'S BIG CARNIVAL ON LADIES FREE THE FIRST DAY. THE GROUNDS. HUGH TARKINGTON, President. A AUGUST 2nd, 3rd and 4th, J. DASHING 1 lie Th ' BEECHER ADAMS, Secretary. SUIT. Fash- Thlt Suit (! I. iil imrvltj nins'im Milt fur Juveniles. Tho oMieliiel)- fu'l skirt I beautifully hung In deep fold, nml the ion's Decreet. A Ma. k nml wh'to . lin Ho All Hallmark! of I'll I Your Uncle Sam'l Speaks My temper Is not I I PRACTICE Home Economics HOUSES Arc Now StBmS f.shlons this 11 Imlr trigger low to the Rentleman lavf. I utn atronger ami Lleirer Jaw. I don i alap n little put, eon. It some fellow 1 am )ellow l!IU-eAmi thinks that nltli entily I'm kicked, Juat take It from Ham'l, lour oM L'nclo Bam'l. that aome one's atiout to Le llckedl WrJl"W Taught by Object Lessons. OUR GOVERNMENT SPEAKS Monday, Court Day, SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION A WAV UP i' r. " lit j r c f Western I i'. I il 1 i.l trnr-- t 5vr of Ashcvillf, Bbvk I Ii.ntuiti. Jknckrsonvillc, Brevard, Lake Tcxa'.v. Saluda. Wtiyncrville, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Spring, and Tryon. place or ot Tutc Spring, Turn. tickets nre on sa'.e il:.;y, good t'I u-- n:nrl North J Xf Sjicml your vccnticn :.t c- -: cf these cool nml tlrlifihtful IJour.d trip Excursion October 31st, via er; Put, pshaw! You ilon't bother me much!" Hut, son. If that creature Should I '11 o any feature, Dellce me. It will not Lo rash To bet that old Sam'l. your stuns Uncle Sam'l. will ilatlcn that skeetcr ker- amaatil Of Elory I never ravine Or emearlriR t elllk'ercnt oaths. ot Lulling Krs"There areJust out thatmy touch say. are sneet sones any durned, eaky muskeetcr Just at the Art of Housekeeping Calls For Acquaintanceship With Real Brooms and Stoves, Ss Does the Larger Field Require Real Cottages. Hoii'eKeephig cottages, In which the students obtain actual practleo In household work, are n prominent feature ot current progress in home ecj- niunlcs, according to n report Issued by the department of the Interior through the bureau of education. liou-- e CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, J Lily W.i.- - .. HSU' Sc,y l r.it.nivCjri!.r cf the South i. it". : .,; allowed t t i. Excursions will be ru:i J Stop-over- s Vcr full infortnati n rc i U. II. Tol l. t " 1 It Three special Low Fnte the summer. Ask for details. . Ai iit, Southern Kailway, or Write Atnt, !. uuviile, Kentucky. ; Ml It Diaw A Check for die mowy you ov e ami note how much more respectfully your creditors you. They like to do busitmsj with a man who has nil account at Bank & the Garrard Trust Go. t! Jlng business in n busirwn like way. Better They kn jw hi lu'V open !ii h nn nccount even if jour airairs are nut !rnf. wiii (jru-.- nil riKl't- - The Garrard Bank & Trust Company IHIOII I.INKa H'k-c- THE NATIONAL BANH 01s LANCASTER. ci.it lias n ill i'ii en 'O out tlio bnck, nn cxtitisli'ii of ilu rtl collar. Tlio are as uou-- us the lntiTcsiIni; Jet tllttlHIS. ABOUT SLEEVES. Gip'lol A-- i 50,000. Surplus $30,000. Vice I'ri-s't- For Her Who Maket Her Thin Cownt Early In the Seaion la Thlt. All . It KNNY. I'rrsluVrit J. R STOItMKS, JmillY, Ahh'I CmkIiht. nttrncllvo btjlo for the summer . It. 1 S. C. DKNNY. CmlikT. lili-Hook. Keeper J. Safety Smual Deposit WK SOLICIT Boxes YOUIt For Rent. HUSINKSS. Storniea. S. J. K. J. II. I'oney, I). Cochran, Alex It. Denny, V. M. Klliott. Director. C. Denny, J. I.. Gill. Dr. j Stop At The Gait House When In Louisville. EUROPEAN PLAN. frock of thin iiuiteilut U mntlo with ruillei uttnche.1 to llio ulet'To liy tiny corillnpi. The new full lej: o' mutton top attaiheil to .1 lou, lllit HtlluK culT, i'IhIIiik In iloulilt llarlni; culf.i, i anolher new ktjlc. The ilrnp sliouMer ami hell kleevo arc iittructhely emu Mneil In nnothor. Tills U one of the prettiest fleeu--J for thill futirlca. The List won! In khcrviloiii nml Ihiisiii iloulile capoi U (lermltteil to he In a claks nil Us own, n pretty tnoilel for a froilc of Nllk or linen. With bilk the pun or the frill tuny he of line all uii-- i I. lie nr nei nun Willi linen or or caiiillo wonM ho effivtlve. An (Hhl Utile kleevo Mllh lliirlus ruf flo was worn hy the klar In ono of the Reason's moat popular imialrtil come illes. It eiUlres a pretty, plump iiriu. hut MouKl he ilear formievenlni; frock Willi no many new types of klicu-ami Dame l'usliloii's permUslou tu combine fahrlcs, surely any woman who can hauillen needle bhoiiM honlile to brine her best leftover frocks up to ilate. Souiettmes It iloes not pay lo tihe niutli time to ivmoilellui; n sum uicr dress, but If the material Is In Rood cumin on and especially If It Is till; or katlu n few dollars' worth of new trlinmhiKs ami n little of ouo"s paro time will mako It worth while. to GOOD ROOMS FOR $1. PER DAY. Fine Dining Room with Excellent Service Meets Trains. and Low Price. Free Auto-Bu- s Electric Bathes. Turkish and Write for Reservations. J. GREENBERG, Manager. If It's Read In Court. Somo failures are to ha denlrcd. A man who writes an Interesting lovi letter may Bomo day ho clad ot It. Coconuts to Get at Milk. lias devised n means of removing coconut shells by frcetlnc the nut until the shell is fcllphtly contracted, nud then subject-InIt to u comparatively high temperature hi nf to cause rapid cxpttuloii. Cracks In tlio shell are thus produced. A serlis of hnumlcr blown then completes tl.o breuklnc of the shell. I'op-ula- r Science Monthly. Freezing A IV'tiiisyl vnnlu inun ns dNtlnctiy n "The practice The banner 1 sldum am uavlng, ThoiiRh kometlmcs I use tt for clothes. legitimate part of the equipment for FROM Hut, ron. If a Kreascr teaching home economics ns tlio sew Who thinks he's a Caesar Ing machine, ironing board or Individ Throws mud on that fla of my pride, cooking utensils," de Juit take It from Sam'l. your hot Uncle ual desk with Its Hrfm'1, that soon I'll be tannine his Clares the report. I, l.U-"Homo economics departments In SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES John O'Keefe la New York World. schools and colleges ate not nil so forJUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. tunate ns to hae residences in which AMERICAN TROOPER TELLS OF to Instruct In home management and C. B. HARBERSON, Ticket Agent In housewifery. There has been some KILLING MEXICAN GENERAL hesitancy among school officer beJUNCTION CITY, KY. cause of the Initial expen'e ot u practleo house. Itut as it is recognized that First Shot Downed His Horse and tliee houses are quite as necessary as Second Ended Life of Gomez. are good laboratories mid that the maintenance costs nre not excessive KENTUCKY FAIR DATES'.. HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. more departments are being thus supIllll Harris, first class marksman. plied. Theo houses offer opportunl- Troop It, Tenth cavalry. Is the man The following aie the dates fixtd fir experimental studies hi houseties for This Agreement Witnesseth; That who tired tho shot that killed General hold adnilnUtratlon, make practleo tu in order to protect the game on our holding the Kentucky fairs for 1916 Gomez, tho Mexican leader who lured homo furnishing possible and afford lands for a period of three years we far as reported. the Americans Into the trap at Car-riza- excellent places for studies In nutriMt. Sterling, July 19- -4 days. hind ourseUes not to hunt thereon, nor Here Is tho soldier's story: Winchester, July id I dajs. "There was n corporal on tny right tion." report says that homo economics permit anj body else to do so, and we The Harrodsburg. July 23 I days. Tho cor- nre now n recognized course of study hi further agree to piosecute with dilit We were Uat on our bellies. poral had shut six Mexicans. Taylorsville, August daa. gence all persons who violate the game nil agricultural colleges to which wo "'Mlshty hot, ain't It, Illll?' Henderson, August 1 -- 5 dajs. men are admitted. Thirty-on- e state laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our hades, I said. "'llotter'n dajs. regular courses In hinds for the purpose of hunting. And "Danville, August 14 'Yes, boy,' the coriniral said, 'but It universities offer dnjs. lisrea, August of tho ain't half as hot as It's Kolti to be. home economies, and motcolleges pri- we further agree to act s Deputy HIuh Grass Fair, Lexington, Atignsff and Game Wardens for the purpose of ear Look yonder! That's n llanklu' party. vate nnd donoinlnatl'imil days. Illll. they're Roln' to wlpo us out universities now offer similar Instruc- ning out this agreement. Except each daj'5. Uniontown, August tion. So Important has the subject be- of us have the light to kill rabbits on clean out of this climate!' Fein Creek Fair, lluechel. August ft I didn't pay come la state public school sylems our Tiirms or permit it to be done by "Then lie reloaded. I days. much attention to him for the next few during the past two or tlnvo jears that another under our supervision, or the Mt. Vernon. August 9- -3 duv minutes. The Mexicans were sure now practically our, state normal supervision of some responsible and Ihirkesvillo. August 9- -4 day. , khootliu tlilht lit us light at tny head. Bchool has a course lu home economics reliable person selec'etl hy us. I'errj ville, August 9 3 dnjs The sand looked like rain was hitting for prospeetlie schoolteachers. Summer schools nre coming to play This November 13th, W15. Lawienceburg, August 134 dajs. It. Then the corporal got plugged. J. 10. lioliiiiaon, "Then I got my sight lUed for 2.V) an especially Important pait In home !!. I,. Klkin. Spepheidstille, August 154 lUys. economics teaching. The bureau of ed- Jno. M. I'arra, yards. Through it I could see the Mex W. II. Ilrowii. Owensboio, August 155 da)s. ucation received announcements from W. II. llurton, lean general galloping toward us, but Alex Walker, llrodheud, August 10 3tlas. n little to the right. I plugged his 1P2 schools that were offering courses Iluselden l'ros , T. A. Klkin. Tri County Fair, Sanders, Augu.t Its during the summer of 1U1 1; lu l'.U.I the horse. ITrst shot, down be went. The I days. F. M. Tintler. general went donu with him. I got number leportlug had Increased to J. II. Dalton, Kwlng, August 17 3 dajs. Hubble, John II. Smith, him Jut ns ho was scrambling to his "CO, nud n still further increase Is .1. N. Hoss, Knights of I'ytliias Fair, Stunfonf. G. M. Deshoii, assured for 1010. feet. Ho Just doubled all up, then Twenty-thre- e states report an outline Fisher Herring, II. II. Cox. August 233 duys. doubled nil down again, slow like, to Columbia, August 224 dajs. of lessons In homo oeonomlis for state Hughes Itros, the sand. J. W, Sweenev, Frankfort, August 291 dajs. "A spent bullet bit me In the arm. wide use. A state manual of study tor Withers Ilros. W. M. Mahan. Ilurdstown, August 291 ilius. and luy rltle was knocked out of inj the public elementary schools of Ala- William. Marcus and Jim White. I then drew my revolver anJ hand. bama contains an outline for lessons II. K. Wilniot, Nicho'uiville. August 293 days. J. U. I'ope, fired until some mounted Mexicans lu cooking mid suggestions for the Pennyroyal - air. HopkiusvillH, AugMrs. Uuvid Chenault, cmuo riding furiously down at us. I teaching of sewing In the grades, with Kriil J. Conn, ust 29 5 days. V. Klmore, W. K. Cook, ran. The Mexicans camo forward curs lists of equipment nud referent rs for J, F.lizitbc thtowu, August 293 days Ilulfman Ilros, lug, and one shouted and asked me domestic In science teachers the T. C. Hankin. Harboursville, August 20 3 tlaj. Win. G. Anderson. what I wits lighting them for. I s.ild grades. In California each county or Sam Cotton, T ain't lighting you. I've done quit' W. 11. Moss city board of education prescribes Its T. M. Arnold. Jr "They ininle nie a prisoner and began own course of study In homo ecouoiu It. II. Henry. Jno. M. White, money to search me. They took my Ics. An outline for n course ot lessons A. 1). Ilradshaw. Iiright Herring. my clothes and a ring, mid then lliei lu home economics lias been prepared II. I.. Iiarker. fought out the stuff. They tied me for the common schools of Illinois. vtitu u rope mid took me with the oth This Is made use ot particularly lu the Ky er prisoners tu Villa Ahumnd.i mid then rural schools. Tho domestic science to Chihuahua. They tied all the prls section of tho high school conference of North-bounoners with ropes mid took us south lu Illinois has recently completed a com No. 10 Cincinnati Express, n rattle car. prehenslve outllno for practical lesdaily .4:30 a.m "They bandaged our wounds after wc sens In the llfth, sixth, seventh r.ml Spo- No. 4 reached Ahumada, mid they gao us eighth grades. water that night. They nUo gate us cial, dully C:03 a.m. some of the same food they were cat Train Schedule At Lancaster, Ky. No. 28 Blue Grass Special, Dtetle Used as Food. lug. Some of the Mexicans at Aim A beetle found extensively on tho daily except Sun...C:08 a.m. madii threw rocks at us nml cursed us. high plains of ICcuador, roasted like AI1K1VE. No. 14 Carolina Special, uud some said they would hang us. Is eaten by tho natives of a theslnut, 7:00 a.m daily . "This also liai'pened when we reach- that country. To Maysville, connecting at ltichmor. No. C Local Express, daily 1:35 p.m. ed Chihuahua. Tho olllcers nud our with L & N to Frankfort & Loultville; No. 2- Cincinnati Limited, guards, however, treated us fairly well. Coasts Noted for Fogs. They did not kick or nbiiso us, and they daily 5:20 p.m No 71 ! 8:35 a. tn. gave us food nud water. Aside from Oflldal figures show thnt fogs nre To Itow land & Stanford connecting No. 12 Uoyal Palm, dally.. 5:37 p.m. taking our clothes, which tho I.urd more frequent oil the coasts of Maine South-bounknows they needed badly enough, they nud New Hampshire than on uny oth- at Rowland, L & N to all points South No. C Local Express, did not hurt us." er parts of the coasts of the United No 28; 11:01 a. m. dally 11105 n.m. States. To Richmond, connecting with U & No. 11 Uoyal ralm, Uaily..ll:2o ,ra. Nnarly Always. N to Irvine & Ileattyville, Lexington No. 1 New Orleans LimProper Hats Important. When is n l leiu not a poem I" nski & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville, ited, daily U::S a.rrv boyhood retard' Wearing lints In Whet ae lllrmlnnham No. 13 Carolinn Special, -r- npl No 70; 11:50 a. m. Macr- the growth nud full development of tin i d In n magazine. dally 10:15 pin. vessels that nourish the roots of tin To Richmond, connecting with fait No. 3 Spehair uud uirounts for the buldiiess In train to Cincinnati. Thoughtful Husband. cial, dally 11:35 p.m. early life. An examination of the liemb A New Yorker tells of a married No 27; 2:00 p. m. No. 0 V loritln Spe- will enable one to deteriului couple he observed at a county fair lu of liojs To Louisville, connecting; at Lebanon whose heads will be made bald hy the clul, daily p.m. Ohio. They found themselves lu the & Howling No, 27 Blue lieuds will Junction to Kliznbethtown wearing Grass Spe center of quite n crowd neur one of the not, Willi ofu hats uud whose reusoniible degree of cer Green, and at llartistnwn Junction to cial, dally except muusenieiit booths und the husband adshould be inudo to measdressed Ids wife In this wise; "I say, talnty. Hats und bo so constructed llardstown & Springfield. Sunday, arrives.. Hr f ft p.ni giro me ure like suits dearie, I think you'd better For rates, routes ami information, No U; H:V p. m. only usu Don't you see, we that tho pressure will rest tho lunch basket. To Stanford, connecting with fast call upon or address M. J. 'ieMin. corners of the forehead uud the tiro apt to lose each other lu this the gent; 'phone 34(1. train to llrlstol & Atlanta. center of the buck of the head. crowd 1" Is o 23 $1.50 ROUND TRIP Junction City 14 23 23 85 Southern Time Table. Rail hi 'd. Danville, L. & N - H:? The Central Record, Thursday July 20 1916. Japanese Salutations. TIio Japanese hnve llircc form- -, of fnlulntlon for Inferiors, equnls nnil superiors. Has Net Remembered. Auk n man lln Hum of ilay right lifter lie li"n looked nt hi wntcli, nnd lie will Inviirlsilily take n roeimd linik Good Work of Enollsh Sparrow. The thistle nnd the caterpillar have been eliminated from New Zealand by tho Kngllsli sparrow. KENTUCKY NEWS CUT TO THE QUICK niiswerlnc Time to Avoid Addcn. Adders nro most Irritable Ju- -t nftcr recovering from lillienmtlon, and their bites then nre perilous:. Taking Match Marks From Paint. Mother will lo glad to know thnt lemon Jnlci will remove innteli tinirkfrom white pnlnt. Ion't rub so hnrd tm to remove the paint. Farmer Must Be an Expert. We live In nil nge of meclinnlrnl farming; the "man with the hoe" Is The furiuer of the future n has-lieewill ho n machine expert. Uncle Eben. "Sometimes," said Uncle Klien, "n man pits de notion dat he's upllftln' de to human rnce when he's only try-Inlitisi It nround." Imputation Scorned. "I believe you're nfrnld of work I" "Afraid of It !' replied 1'lnddlng I'ete. "1 ain't even acquainted with It." Washington Star. Seriousness and Stupidity. The trouble with being serious Is that some people will supeet that you are only stupid. And nine times out of ten they will he right ubout It. RAILROAD WAGES Industrial Warfare or Federal Inquiry? To the American Public: Do you believe in arbitration or induV, trial warfare? The train employes on all the railroads are votjng whether they will give their leaders authority to tie up the commerce of the country to enforce their demands for a 100 million dollar wage increase. The railroads are in the public service your service. This army of employes is in the public service your service. You pay for rail transportation 3 billion dollars a year, and 44 cents out of every dollar from you goes to the employes. On all the Southern railroads in 1915, seventy-fiv- e percent ol tha train employes earned these wages (lowest, highest and averagt of all) as shown by the payrolls Csoangir Fru'ght Yard Rtag. Engineers . Conductors Firemen Shall they be determined by Income tax law-- , while Individuals pal. I out of their Incomes (103,183.91. J. T. McKay, of near (loforlh, near (ieorgotottn defeats tho commission pni,noiith rennrts thnt l.irirn swarm Excellent Rules for Life. trus- form of government for school n,ccs 0j, up n i,omo recently In onn Worry less, work more! ride less, tees by 6S votes. The of the chimneys of his home. walk more; frown less, laugh more; The first county IiIrIi school of husy little frllows clcanoj nil soot eat les, chew more; preach less, Henderson County 1ms hocn nuthor from the chimney and went to work practice more. licil hy the Hoard of Kilucntlon. t'.lclilrpn rlilhlrpii were made vlo Weighing Molasses. Icntly 111 nt a iilcnlc In 0cnl)oro as In by coming down tho chimney nnd When weighing molasses for cook- a result of eating Ice cream cones. tl10 ll0,lte- - nIul Mr- McNay had to ln ing puriNisos, Hour the scale well nnd . n, In 1M4 there were registered the mobiles will run off quite easily Kentucky only Si.ioO Some of the country school districts automobiles. To-- 1 vlthout lenlng imy stickiness behind. (l.iv tho reclstrntlon Is over 21.000. .1 Tk !.,,.,, strikes on school lots, according to The operators Where They Were Likely to Be. cattle In Shelhy County than In any . wturnlnB operators "tended drilling to numerous Jolly Man (whose appetite Is the county in any state In America. school lots and some good strikes are envy of all his fellow boarders) "Well. There arc 469,. 11 hcntucklans avail- - benK madc ,ho ,c,10oIs receiving a I never I I've lost two buttons on my able for war duty between the ages' iipi-.ni,- . vest." Lady of the House (who has of 18 and 45. and 21,000,000 In tho ,,, mny Krow su,nc,cnt. ffom been wanting to give him n hint) )y (0 support a proposed county high "You will most likely find them In the wiiiiio tuuiurj. Ono hundred years ago In July, school. dining room, sir." 151b, L'arilSIO was mill OUl in lOtS. IIIO Wlltl-irallnr.nn 1.venr.nt,l son centennial celohratlon planned Cj.ruj rattcr80n, ot West Point, Keeping Daby Quiet. not be carried out. nRnlCll nl. ln,t Biant cracker. lett One mother used n clever device to A delegation from Frankfort went over from the Fourth, decided on a ever-restleyoungster from to Fort Thomas to present a large spectacular "stunt" for the Mlnd-iipkeep her crawling nwny nil the time. She got n American flag to their homo com- - of the celebration nnd placed It In his large soft gray blanket nnd cut out pany, t of the National Guards. mouth. Tho attending physician says gay designs from the nursery hooks, Four thousand nnd forty mcmhers he wilt recover unless tetanus devel which she sewed on the blanket. The ops. Ills tonsils nnd his tonguo were pictures were made of linen, from on of tho Kentucky National (luard nnd- hadly torn and ho nearly bled to Physical examlof those linen children's books sold In those who li.no tiassed Fed- death. nil the shops. The bright pictures at- nation have been sworn Into the I The Hoard of Trade Journal for tracted the child's attention, nnd he cral service for a period of threo years. calls attention to the significant Two families near Cadiz are re- would sit for hours looking nt them nnd picking nt them. A baby fence ported ns having been poisoned from tact that Iulsvlllo shows n largers cistern water. It was discovered that pcrceniago or increase in i.ann ciear-ratnround the rug completed the outfit. carried iarls creen Into tho els- - InRs for tho first five months of llfi s compared with the corresponding (ems. ,, orty-onof 1015 than any other of the 80 olucers nnd men fl'e months . ,. city of between 200.000 and 300.000 , m 1. iiiiiiiaiii ,1, nam unit iti tut; run ln Iteglment. were rejected United Pl'uIatlonperiod ho country. Tho total ending .May 31, for tho . . .. I. o. was 45 per cent moro than for tho same five months of last jenr. A bill carrying an appropriation for. Governor A. O. Stanley, of Ken J7.500 with which to mirchase a site for the new Government building at tuckr. rc lowed the entire Kentucky Hickman, was passed hy Congress a I'rlgade .Monday afternoon at Ft. few days ago. The amount for tho Thomas. Upon his entrance to tho building proper was fixed nt $75,000. , Votl the Governor's salute of 17 guns .. . . . wa fired. In tho afternoon at 3:00 If, (tl,.ll"ja l,UllllUlB31IUIt"lll--J o'clock tlio Kentucky llrtgade was , i- - r 11 i. I .m , . , , .. lias ulii,ii,iiii:u ii laiiuii 11111- - . lull. mertian Cedar for Lead Pencils. Two billions of lead pencils are made each year. Half of them nro niado of American cedar. . FOR BUSY READERS LotiUrllle Dlstrlc- tHie nfth-t- hft malntnlns the position of second In of ordinary revenues fot collection the Government, having a tntnl ol $:0,:S4.0O9.OI. The district galnel mora than $2,000,000 In Its aggregate collections. Corporations In the ills trlct contributed l2l,t9M unilr the th Prince Albert gives smokers esuch delight, because its flavor Si so different and ao delightfully good; it can't bite your tongue; it can't parch your throat; you can smoke it as long and as hnrd as you like without any comeback but real tobacco hap. pincss! On the reverse iiIJc of every package you will rend : Prince-Alber-t ,i " PROCESS PATCNTCO JULY 30tN, igOT" .,, rnr,.. ,mj.,i. That means to you a lot of tobacco en. joyment. Prince Albert has nlwnys been sold without coupons or premiums. Wa prefer to give quality I will', Prince Albert the national joy smoke in goodness and in pipo satisfaction is all we or its enthusimurA ttsntrr rrtffr ftasr srnoa f a tfrnp jm rs in 1h k or lh info tor rtn9 tra Albert ! niht thr - t ln Artt ' Tha toft rJ that u Air ItJr ht I. J K.riialal rt bad mcirJi,t tin fot a d,mo thnthr' tha hamt tow fount and rati posina fin humiJota 4la hunuaat ttftatfKwjs.mn rnr Ifp tft-c- t r' r" and tha povifl TOBACCO IS PREPARED FORSMOKERSUNDtRIHE PROCESS DISCOVERED IN MAKING EXPERIMENTS TO if J'' astic friends ever claimed for it 1 that tha in avth band vp tnm mil tha-tim- r PRODUCE THE HOST DELIGHTFUL AND WHOLE-SOM- E TOBACCO FOR CIC- - It answers every smoke desire you or any other man ever had! It is so cool and fragrant and appealing to your smokeappetite that you will get chummy with it in a mighty short time ! jUZUsssWUUH? 'process patented JULY JO? 190 RJ.htiTOJjrcWct)CoiMuiT WiwroNSuinNjCUSA. DOES NQTBITE THE TONGUE. Will you invest 5c or 10c to prove out our on the national joy smoke? Winston-Salem- say-s- o R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., per acre. - , N. C. la TkU U tka Htm. ttJa mi ikm tri Albart liJr f.J tla. K.a Ulia Tal.al.J rra4.MM at.aaaf a. Ia.aw aad taahaa wk.l 11 naaaa U a.lu IVixa AlbaH H mtm jmmM LkU. passed before the band stand, from which the Governor and officers ol the National Guard reviewed the troops. Four persons wero drowned In the a lew Kentucky lllver. near mg vnteit in n nf ihn nrnhlem tnllcs from Frankfort when n yacht of reducing the cost of criminal pros ! carrying eight persons was turned ovcr by tha suction of a passing boat. ocutlon ln the state. Ann r.mnry, raris. pheasants placed ln me acaa are .Miss Champ, Ky.; Miss Frances I'arls, Ky.: woods near Campbellsburg aro ra Carrol P. Dale, Islington. Ky.. and I porary bridge engineer In his depart-- i ment. Carrel Is the head of tho I)e-partment ot Tlrldgo Uulldlng nt the Btato University. The fifteenth annual session of tho Kentucky liar Association was held One session was de-- , ln Louisville. of Hl,lnn HUGHES & SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MEN LANCASTER, KY 50 acre of line land, 1 mile fronuLancasttr. small residnce. largi tobacco barn and other improvement. 1125.00 per acre. No. 13. 97 acre 1 mile from l.ancan ter, on pike, fine Und and new impror-ments- . $125 In) No. 12. Earth's Atmosphere. The innh's ntmoiphero Ii supplied to xurj- In depth from 123 to 2UO miles. - er acre. ttlng-nccke- ' Amtti R.nis $145S $1972 3S10 1552 2G9G $2306 1847 1209 1109 3505 1353 AfM 51916 1580 Ruts 1156 2424 1055 1749 406 1302 Avaa.g. 51566 1245 777 2358 049 1038 . 943 1652 979 958 Brakemen. 957 173G 755 1854 754 1405 990 yearly wage payments to all Southern train employes (including those who worked only part of the year) as shown by the 1915 payrolls were Freight Pauenger Yard Engineer $2144 $1712 $1313 Conductors Firemen Brakemen The average 1723 1096 1013 1488 865 845 1157 688 868 A 100 million dollar wage increase for men in freight and yard service (less than one-fift- h of all employes) is equal to a 5 per cent advance in all freight rates. The managers of the railroads, as trustees for the public, have no right to place this burden on the cost of transportation to you without a clear mandate from a public tribunal speaking for you. The railroads have proposed the settlement of this controversy either under the existing national arbitration law, or by reference to the Interstate Commerce Commis- sion. This offer has been refused by the give Molloy, game- Tho rescuod were Miss Ann of fine Holtngsworth sters later on. They are protected by Samuel Ileoves Itobert and Cardwell Chlnn. tho stato gamo laws. Guy Mnville, of Carlisle, under InTwelve machine guns and 12 motor dictment on a charge of murder, es- - trucks have lieen ordered as equip caped from Carlisle during a recent ment for the Kentucky Hrlgade, ac night. Ho was charged with having cording to Information from the De-- I killed his wife. lie attempted suicide partment of the East received at Ft and his serious condition necessitated Thomas. Tho First Iteglment Is the I only leaving htm In his room. unit of tho brlgada which has Former Governor James D. Me- - organized n machine gun company. Creary has submitted to tho Hoard and news of tho artillery shipment of Directors ot the Kentucky Itural means two additional gun companies Credit Association his resignation as will be organized at once, one In president ot that organization, but he tbo Second Iteglment and one In the did not resign his membership In the Third. Hoard of Directors. Kentucky contributed generously to Probably the oldest tobacco now support of tho Federal Government extant In tho United States Is In the tbo UU,'"B T'uo j.' r,Vi! possession of Mr. Will Moore, a 30, according to '!,. way mall clerk of Princeton. Tho Umlnary statement of tho receipts bacco was grown on a firm In Tennes- from ordinary Internal revenue nnd see In 1856 and Is therefore CO ears from corporations nnd Individuals unold. der tho Income tax law, mado public The plant of the Kentucky Refinery by tho Secretary of tho Treasury nt Company, Louisville, for which K. H. D. C. Her aggregate colFerguson onco refused a cash oSer Washington, $37,240,057 73. This Is lections were of $3,800,000, was sold by n commitof moro than $3,500,000 an tee of the company's creditors for a overIncrease tho collections of tho fiscal year pur$200,000. Tho consideration of of 1915. chasers woro Campbell, Heath & Co., Tho Harlan Coal Mining Company, New York, Two men were wounded during a of Ixiutsvllle, which proposes wireless fight at a picnic grounds rear Ilarl.in. telegraph servlco between tho liar Ono of the men wounded was Ton-- , lan County coal fields of Southeast-monwcaltAttorney .1 G Forrosii r, crn Kentucky and Louisville, reports successful experiments with a newly, an lnnocont byitander, who was l nhl Installed apparatus at Its Coxton mln-tln the chest when Ma-- 1: havo fired at William Jackson after ing plant. Messages wero heard as far away as Pensacola and tho govern- the pair had quarreled. Kstlmated operating revenues of tho ment station at Arlington. The Hallway from Ing company expects, It Is stated, to & Nashvlllo July 1. 1915, to Juno 30, 1910, were carry on Its routine correspondence $00,200,020, which was an lucreaso of, between mines and tho Louisville $8,051004 over tho preceding fiscal, odlco by wireless. n.V,p.y'bnu. forJ' sport making promise No. 14. 201 acres, unimproved, fronting on two pikes, 1 mile from Lancaster, first class Und in every particular, Drink Wattr Slowly. a number of line building sites, suscep Drink cold water slowly when jou table of division into several smaller are ery warm. A lp. held in tho mouth until warmed, then swallowed, OF farms. Trice $130.00 per acre. No. 15. 213 acres. 4 miles out on will do you more tliuu u blif pike, highly improved, mostly in grass, draft taken at a gulp. good land, ready for butinrss, $76.00 Aids to Safety. n second llmuclit In buln.-i- i uruiid night In lute. That rul will cne you a lot of illkCouifurt. Attchlvm Olobo. t'e nnd u fil per acre. No. 10. 225 acres in State of Indiana farm in 45 milea north of Louisville on U & O Come anil let us sell you Garrard County, where five millions of It H, fertile Und and good improvepounds of the best tobacco is Kroxn ments, will sell or exchange for other annually; where all the agricultural property. products Krow abundantly; where the No. IS. 125 acres, right nt town, old best live stock is bred; where the blue .time brick residence, large rooms, brick grass grows, where Rood schools, moral out buildings, attractive home, good and hospitable people nre altructinK land, susceptible of making n suburban Lancaster, the division, a number of fine building many home seekers. lots. seat, has three banks, telephone county iiuiiMH; nil nurt-i- , uui u musi BVll a. creamexchange, electric light plant, a whole, has never been on the market ery, splendid water works system, two .until now. Further particulars and figuring mills, grain and hemp ware pi ice on application. on the 1, & house, tobacco 19. 200 acres, on pike, I miles from N railroad, one of the" best graded Lancaster, very high claa improveschools in the State, having nn endow ments, large hand.ome residence, large ment fund of 150,000 in addition to n barns, silo etc. Can be divided into We can $30,000 new school building. two or ihne or more farms, but we sell homes or choice lots near the school. must fell as a whole at $160. (a) We Our price is the owner's price. No. 20. 117.19 ucres by survey, 1 refer to any bunk or to unv ollicinl for mile from pike on macadam road, large proof that we will deal fairly with you; residence, new tobacco barn, stock as we have done for ten years and have burn, goivl land, limestone soil, u barno dissatisfied customers. gain at $11,000. Improved and unimproved farms of No. 21. 1 17 acres 1) miles from town all sizes and various locations and at on pike, fair improvements, good lund, prices, but nnv farm priced at very productive, partly rolling, can be various its market value. divided, price us whole, $N). per ucre. In the Kast capitalists are hunting No. 22. CO acrc-i- , on pike 4j miles real estate; from Lancitster, good land all in grass, No. 1. 130 ncres, on pike. 4J milea G room dwelling, stock burn, tobacco from Lancaster, good land.slighllv roll barn and o'her out building, improveing, well improved, ut $00.00 per acre. ments all new, $5,000.00. No. 2. 171 acres, IJ milea on main No. 23. 08 acres, 5 miles from Lanpike, fine land and well located, good caster, on pike, right nt school and improvements, ut $135.00 per acte. churches, accessible to two other No. 3. l'Jl acres on pike 1 milea county seats, small residence, large from town, land very fertile, tenant burn, good, young orchard, fine location house and two large tobacco burns. for dairyman or stock man. Trice tm 1'rice $120.00 per acre. mile upplicution. No. I. 121 acres on gooJ road No. 23J. 101 ucres, highly improved from pike, rich land, partly rolling. $85 00 two milea of Lancaster, hplendid lund. brick house und tobacco barn. Trice $135. per ucru. per acre. No. '21. A good business proposition: No.fi. 125 ucres, 1 mile lrom pike. duelling with 11 miles from railroad, good land, fair Large improvements, a bargain at $75.00 per basement for kitchen, dining room, etc, largo livery barn, two story, upper acre. No. C. 310 acres on pike, 2 mile lloor harduood maple used for dunce from good village, residence, Btock hull or skating rink, two small houses will barn and tobacco barn, well watered, In always rent- Located on railroad. small, but splendid business town. mostly in gruss, hemp and tobacco, A money.muker for the. right man. land ready for cultivation, A moneyTrice $1500.00 ui will trado for farm. maker at $05.00 per acre. No. 21. CO acres, on pike near town No. 7. 200 acres of as g'xl land as there is in Kentucky, 1 miles from very fertile, big tobacco barn and resiLancaster, on pike, well improved at dence; $85.00 per acre. No. 25. A number of cottages and $160.00 per acre. residences and building lots and busiNo. 8. 80 acres, unimproved adjoin ness houses in Lancaster and suburbs ing No. 7 on pike at $135.00 per acre. No. 0. 410 acre, 1 mile from pike on at attractive prices either for homes or land, good resi for investment. good road, first-clas- s No. 20. Wo always have on our list dence, tenant house, G large burns, either other properties, farms, dwellings, concrete pools. A monev-muke- r as an investment or to live on. Trice stocks of goods, in fact all kinds of $100.00 per acre. No. 10. COO acres, 11 miles from pike, well improved, residence and tenant houses, several barns, fine land, well watered. Can sell the whole at $C6.C0 per sere, or will sell off smaller Rood land 3 well Improved, Rood neighborhood, Price $90.00 miles from small town. a Ffarihi u. COLUMN fr .J ecd ', iro.rt. frreotetiatf. Three Toland China Hoars and one (lit for sale. Apply at this otlice. Two extra good young Jersey for sale. T.'M. Tinder. ; rip.e. b.lo IliU hr.'tlUK it tot tt) .icltt-Ifol our f.imrr ut.cflUrr.. aixt I. lh fala ol aloek. fft.HI II1 lllcll tlttlK. on (arm at lb. Urmer cauuul a!Torit to ,trs-lli- . No no l it f "III im acc'rtril oi.r lour llDti, .li! will Itaoulrtu two ta.nea of In. Cows WANTKO-fc- in bu.heN of barley. (i. A. Swlnebroad. Sam Cotton has two good milk cows for sale. FOH S U.K-Tea- m wink mules. Ollie W. Kales. nice Duroc Miller McCormtck. It P 1) 2. SAI.K-- A IOU boar. rin il. I. Illankemiliip, the homv man, will be in Lancaster Monday with some choice honey for sale. WANTKD-- An bull. extru K. C. McWhorter. Taint Lick, Ky. KOIt SALK-Th- ree good bull calves. J II Thompson, yearling Tieach-ersville. ""l rr,ttnt3T'3 according to lod In 1913-14- , Vf,r, Bam trailer's vllle. statement Issued a rompIn Uiuls P"r' employes' representatives. nation-wid- e strike or an investigation under the Government determine this issue? Shall a National Conference Committee of the Railway EUSHA LEE, Chairman. r. . AiuKii.il r, C.a'l Alkali. Ca.M 1.1a. IUUn4. L. V. AUl C.a'l afaaaaar, Caaual ( u,arBia K.lla.j, C (. BAKU!), C.- - Ummmf. l, u.,. A A. S. CKF.IC. Ik Laai. A Jul. 9.a C V. KUUMS. C.m-- I AUbUwn, Taacfca A U. W. M.MAS1EH, CaaH riuiJa. UallraaJ. Itwyv, - tm Jtoabara, With ono per cent of its entire population, mi enormously loss toll ot its youth, gone to respond to the call ot their country, business men, stato and other public nUlcials Joined In tho dedication of a lot In the Frankfort Cemetery set apart for tho burial of Revolutionary War veterans or uncared-for graves. Tho first Stato Hoard of Accountancy ot Kentucky met In Frankfort and organized so as to bo In position to promptly servo prospectlvo applicants for certificates as certified pub-Haccountants. J. H. Mayex, was elected President; It. 12. Klein, Ft. Thomas, Secretary, and K. Couley, Catlottsburg, Treasurer. C. Mr. and Mrs. Keuben Davidson, mountain neighbors of Dorea College, boast of a family of nearly 150, according to Information furnished tbo college authorities by ono of their daughters, Mrs. James Harrett. Tho couple, who nro In their seventies, bavo 11 children, 100 grandchildren, and 32 o I of Pittsburg, has Mra. vFlll(. Mnre. of Greenville. Ky., as tho result of a courtship by mall. Through a mutual friend they began writing to ach other soveral months ago, their letters sounded Just right to each other, and Mrs, Moore Invited McCano to come down to Kentucky, which ho did, They liked each other a well that McCano has tho wedding followed. been twice married, while hU brldy bluBhlngly confessed that sho has laid four belpmatos In tha tomb. Ho Is GS and sbo 50, A. McCano. ""eh..,.,.,, Ton new. Sai.i;-llr- um cultivator, good ns Trice reasonable. S. II. Kite. I'OU SALU-- A nice four year old driving horse. Apply to W, T. Crous. horn on Crab Orchard pike, ICoute 2. LOST Iletween Nina and Lowell, a good razor. Itewurd If left ut Hill Whitnkers. S. L. Layton. Kent Sai.k-- 25 good ewes and 3 extra good Toland China boars. Kentucky leads nil stntcs In tho Union in thoroughbred horses, In tobacco, hemp and sorghum enno. Tho tobacco crop In 1915 was 360,000,000 ot the pounds, moro than one-thirtotal crop ot America. Kentucky Is tenth stato in the production of corn, showing last year a yield of ovor 115,000,000 bushels. There are bearing fruit trees In Ken15,000,000 tucky, and last year Kentucky was the seventh stato In the Union In tho production ot apples, tho crop ticlng 12,500,000 bushels, worth to the producers 71 cents per bushel. th Walker llradshaw. SALK.-- 20 gocd, fresh milk cows, also 20 yearling, two year old jersey heifers, Walton K. Moss. FOIt Tom Ituy, of Sycamore Valley, has for sale, threo cows with young calves and three sows and pigs. Allfrood one?. sorrel Koit Salk: One pony, well broke; also one yearling pony. Will sell cheap. Miss Anna Ilelle Uurnside. To rent a small farm WANTKD that can be cultivated with 3 horses and 7 boys. IW lt.il.;. r. E.LUOVUY. Atu. VU .r Caaual K.U...a. C SL KlUjmOH, Cml af.aaiar, C SL INC. Caa'f Ummmmtr, SXhliaaalaala M U..aia( Kalfeaa, u rwum. sl v. caticK. t(UI'M4, 1'faa.fWJ.al. iaaia.ra K.IU.7, s. b. corns. Caisfoaaaar, C. B. !.. ll.a Hanfa.4 RaUraaA JAMU HUS1LUL, U.a.ar HI. Onaa. a. si. scuorui. V. A. J. NIU a..la Maaa., u.U. tri. a.llta.A, MAUtK, aa. rifMinti fatal KaUaa. luu la aUUaj M Afaa, Malb-aarta-rw- , a, rurn,li,,l. . a. WAIO. fWW SaaaH Cawral I la.i, C1 I. STOME, lM.,l,aaia liM VaM. I. SAUUUN, riaaJr.Ml.a, Iakaa4 Al tlH tUUmtf. The Central Record $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Lancaster, - trscti at atrrsctive prices. No. 11. 150 sciei on pike, Kentucky. V. r. Ilrlckey properties either for sale or trade. lluens Vista, Ky. No, 27, To the manjvlio wants to 300 first year, young mountain sheep sell See us. If you wliil to sell at sale. E. C. McWhorter and J. Ii. public auction your farm and stock and for Woods., Taint Lick. Ky. crops, let us "pull off" the sale for you, we will make you money. LOST-Il- lg, handsome, black white and tan bitch, just weanad puppies. Hughes fx Swlnebroad, Left A. K. Walkers July Eth. Any Information will be appreciated. Lucatter, Ky. Tk Real Estate Mm. Woods Wslker.