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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): July 27, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916072701_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 27, 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 REUOlOh, UN1ARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD OOVERNMEM. TWKNTT SRVENTH TEAR. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, JULY 27, 191 6. Hand Us That $. NUMBkR 17. We will buy your wheat, store It, or TEACHERS INSTITUTE. exchange It for First Patent Flour. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Garrard We buy Rye, Ilnrley, Oats, Corn. Teachers Meet Week Of July 3 Wheat nnd Hay. We pay the honest The President of the Womans Club market price for grain. The Institute for Garrard County request that every member meet at the Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Club Room on Friday nfternoon at four teachers will begin next Monday and will continue throughout tha week, th Why not get from 10,000 to 15,000 sessions being conducted in the Audi' mites out of your tires? See the Artorlum of the Lancaster Oraded Schools, DANVILLE FAIR. cade Oarage about It. The Institute will be in charge of Miss Our Hour h not adulterated. It la The Danville Fair begins next Wed Jennie Hlggins, County Superintendent guaranteed to please you. The price nesday and needless to say, it will be of bchools, and she has secured Dr. Mo is right. Hudson, Hughe & Farnau. attended by many people from this Dongal of the Richmond State Normal county, as In former year. They have School ns Instructor, Ono of the fea KOI! RENT-house and three olfered a fine premium list and this tures of the Institute will be an address ncres of land, just out of town limits. with other attractions will Insure a fine Wednesday at two thirty by Dr. Can and successful Fair. Possession given nt any time. field. President of Central University, The best made. All kinds or cooking utensils O. I'. Terrill. l'hune 129. lie will speak on some phase of educa HARRODSBURG FAIR ON. tional work and the public is invited to L3 Valley The meeting at Sycamore cloned Saturday night which was con (loud crowds from Lancaster and Oar attend this lecture as well as all othe ducted by Rev. Frank Tinder, Jr., with rani county are attending the Mercer sessions of the Institute. Mrs. Dillingham of Harrodsdurg has one addition, and splendid services each county fair at Harrodsburg this week. night. No better county fair Is ever held in been secured to direct tne musical pro the state and we predict a record break- gram or the week. It is just os unnecessary to throw er this year. Smittle's band so well We carry everything to be found in a first-cla- ss nway your automobile tires, ns it is to known here, will furnish the music. FARMER MEETING throw away your shoes after the first Hardware Store. sole wears out. Held At Court House Monday. Many Far llnve them vulca BIG LUMBER DEAL. nized at The Arcade Oarage. mers Of The Coonty Express Wish Your account is due. Please call and settle, Messrs Sib Sebnitlnn, Lewis Murphy nnd Floyd Humphrey have recently For Farm Demonstrator. All kinds of Pishing Tnckle mid Hnse Unll Goods. FOR SALE. ET purchased of Mrs N Dean, of Jessam Itex Theatre and Garage mine county, one hundred and twenty- The meeting called for last Monday I,. K. Herron. pd . nine white oak trees nt a total cost of for the farmers of the county, brought $1,400. These trees will average about out quite a number of the most pro LARGE CUCUMBER. 1400 feet to the tree nnd I aveOeen sold gressive fnrmers to discuss the ad to J. D. j LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. Mr. S. W. Halcoinh of llryantsville. JZU. a Huches. at Hlirll llridix.. fnr visability of getting a farm demonstra thousand feet. tor for Garrard county. The meeting pnsented us with a cucumber weighing F. O. B. DETROIT. was called to order by G. II. Swin two pounds and measuring eighteen MRS. GILL'S WILL PROBATED uroau aim on motion W. It. Cook was nehes. made chairman and It. L. Elkin The will of Mrs Pattie Duncan Gill Secretary. Mr. Swinebroad stated the CJ RAISIN was admitted to probate in the county object WANTED. of the meeting and gave many couri nere last .Monday, l he will was good reasons why a farm demonstra We wish to buy a copy of a History dated April 12th, 1902 and was written tor should be had in this county, and LU of Kentucky, by Perrin, Rattle and in her own hand. After all her Just DO Wholesale and Retail Hardware. Knitfen, and published by Ilattey and debts ore paid, she bequeaths to her the'many advantages to be derived from this progressive movement. He Co, iouisville. Anyone desiring to sell only daughter, Mrs Juliet Rarnard, the cited many counties of the state where uch a copy, call at RECORD ollice, remainder of her entire estate and liny are being D employed and spoke of makes her the sole executrix without (J) the rapid progress luch counties had uonu. made under the supervision of a farm SEVERE STORM. hy, yes, ma'tm, lier is some splendid bacon. BALLOTS BEING PRINTED. agent. to Several spoke of the advan A severe wind and hail storm visited tages be gained and of the work It In womlerfully toothsome, mild. sucet lind as healthful ai the county Tuesday afternoon, and in LU This office has just received the such method had accomplished in other anything yuu could eat. dieted serious damage on crops. Sev official order Irom Q the County clerk to parts of the state. Among those who ite NO MA'AM it isn't junt the same ai the ral tobacco growers have reiorted print the official a bit J ballots for the pri spoke were: F. M. Tinder, E. C. hail losses and in some instances, the different. marv election which takes place next McWhorter. J. E. Ri.binson and Judge O hail was so severe as to damage corn. Saturday This llacon started to t com! Iiefure it was Ilacon, the week, August the fifth. The U A. Arnold. breeding you know, then the feeding. Democratic ballot will contain the The expense of employing one of the Cured more carefully than mot Bacons, loo. names of Hon. Harvey Helm and Sen demonstrators is from $1200 tc $1800 BACK ISSUES WANTED. ator Chas Montgomery, candidates for year, one half of which is shared by Keally, we don't think you will be able to find anythirg anyWill some of our good reader kindly LU the nomination for congress from the tin government and the other half is where QUITE so nice for breakfast. furnish us with a few copies of the eighth district. The Republican ballot usually put up by the fiscal court. A 3Ucts n pound sliced. Central Record of June 22nd and July will have two candidates also to choose committee composed of G. II. Swine -- J We have exhausted our from 13th date. and the race on this ticket is broad. E. C. McWhorter and W. R. supply and need these two issues badly between Hon R. L. made from NEW WHEAT, The quality is fine Davidson and Thos Cook, was appointed to wait upon the to complete our files. Neat. riscai court and ask that an ap and the flour Is as good as can be made. cc New Crop, 1916, Crimson Clover seed propriation be made from the general PAINT LICK WINS AGAIN. for sale Old seed will not germinate fund to aid in securing this agent. This We manufacture FLOUR and MEAL using The second team at I'aint Lick de- properly. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. committee to report back at a call See Border of "Ad" for Names of Cakes. only Garrard County Wheat and Corn, meeting of the chairman. -- J feated the first team of Silver Creek Garrard county is by far the best THREE CANDIDATES on the formers grounds last Saturday Lets us producing county in the state and I am and make the use of our by a score of 13 to 9. The first I'aint heartily in favor of the movement to For Congress Here Last Mooday. I.ick team also defeated by an enorown pruuucis unanimous. employ a farm agent," said Mr. E. C. mous score the Railroad team at DanThere were three candidates for Con McWhorter, who has seen the effect DC ville on that day. This was played on gress here last Monday and Stanford of such work in the mountain counties the latters ground. had the honor of furnishing two of of the state. them. They were Hon. Harvey Helm, fir Senator Chas. F. Montgomery and Dr. COURT DAY DRAWS BUY FINE CATTLE. R. L. Davison. None of them let any We can Insure your Tobacco, Hemp, Wheat Messrs A. T. Sanders and John Miley grass grow under thtir feet and all FAIR CROWD. Amon have recently purchased a herd in shock, stack or grainerles. Come see us. seemed pleased with the days work and of five Aberdeen-Angu- s cattle from the each felt thad he had the Only a medium sized crowd attended nomination Kong Stock Farm at Sheperdsville. nailed down. Court Day here Monday, and stock These cattle are from the latest strain Saturday week will tell the tale. Let sales were slow. Several mules and a from Scotland, and among them is a the best man win. few cattle changed hands. Politics was male calf, whose sire and dam are both Lancaster, Kentucky. the order of the day and three candichampions, and have never lost in a SCHOOL PER CAPITA S5.10. dates for Congress were here presentI EH IE show. The price paid for the herd was ing their claims to the voters. Roth KEEP COOL. The school per capita in Kentucky this Stato Senator Chas Montgomery $1800. and year was fixed Saturday at $5.10 by Representative Harvey Helm, the DemSuperintendent of Public Instruction ANTIOCH SUNDAY SCHOOL. Gilbert. This per capita is a reduction of ocratic candidates feel sure of winning and Robert Davison of Stanford who is Sunday July 23rd our school had 110 15 cents per child of school uge in the a Republican candidate against Chas. state from last year. The per capita b Neat of Columbia, in attendance, and has been running says that his name around this number for some time, based on an estimated revenue for will be on the ballot in November. puroses for the state at Most of the community has becomo en' school listed in the work. On the 23rd six $3,701,785. The average for teacher per FARMER came forward to confess Christ as their month will be about flu. 25. The school THE A series of meetings will census for 191G shows a gain of 2110 Saviour. HOLDS THE BAG. begin Sunday evening, JulySOth at 7;30 children of school age over the census 18 of 1915. According to the census report I have never seen better cono clock. When the Kentucky Rural Credit educaditions to receive a great blessing. compiled by the Departmentof Association went to the wall, many Everybody invited to come, come pray tion there are 743,437 children in Ken- farmers and other citizens of Kentucky, tucky between the ages of 0 and 20of and among whom ing that the Lord may give us a great are many Garrard which firt7,002 are white and 7ii,4S5 are blessing and to him be all the glory. county farmers, were swindled out of J. F. Holtzclaw, Supt. negroes. Of this number 112,841 whites several hundreds of thousands of dolare listen in tlio cities and 604,323 in lars. Somebody stole and somebody the rurnl nnd graded districts; 23,323 has been . An investigation by METCALF ON STAND. negro children are listed in the cities, the courts should be had and the guilty and 51,380 in the rural and graded disA dispatch from Noblesville, Ind., parties, be they high or low, should be this week said; R. II. Metcalf, of tricts. punished. Taint Lick, Ky., on trial here, charged does not NECESSARILY make a man It may be proven that it was the with having accepted n check for CHANGES IN SCHOOL LAWS. slick agents who sold the stock to the Look well to your spending. No matter what your salary you $0,700 while President of the Farmers A number of important changes were farmers or perchance it may be men will always be poor if your expenditures cpial your Income. and Merchant's Dank of Cicero when, made in the school laws of Bring us regularly part of the money you are in the habit of the State by high up in political and business life, or it is alleged, he Knew the institution to the last legislature, applicable to Gar- it may be both; at any rate the people frittering away on trifles and in a short time you will have a be insolvent, will go on the stand this rard county as well as other balance of which to be proud. counties cf have been robbed and the guilty ones week in his own behalf, the attorney Kentucky, which have just become ef- should be punished. am going to how close fective. For instance, announced. "I the annual elec-ti- o to the line, let the chips fall where they of school trustees under the revised "WHAT'S THE REASON" may," the defendant said. "I am go- school laws, willin tho future beheld ing to tell the truth. I won't attempt on the first Saturday In OF LANCASTER, KY. Ratson & West sell overalls t October, Into shield myself, and certainly will not stead of the first Saturday in August, $1. when others get $1.35 for the B. F. HUDSON. President J. J. WALKER, Vice Prest. shield those who are responsible for and the incumbents hold same article? office until W. 0. P.igney, Ass't Cash'r. Joe J. Walker, Jr., this condition," next March. Other changes may be "WHAT'S THE REASON" W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. Ratson & West sell Palm Beach summarized as follows: The school cenSuits at $3.00 when others get EXTENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS. sus will be taken biennially; under the $5.00 for same article! compulsory school law parents and guar The Arcade Garage under the man- dians may be put in jail for failure to "WHAT'S THE REASON" agement of the Kinnaird Urothera li pay fines assessed for not sending chil Ratson & West sell All Goods so making extensive improvements In the dren to school; the amount of money a much cheaper than other stores? way of building and equipment. They county may spend for children Is "BECAUSE" re now adding a forty feet addition to They pay small rent. from $100 to $200; counties their present quarters, which will make may erect joint high schools; graded "BECAUSE" room for their Vulcanizing machine districts must maintain a high scool They pay no big salaries to clerks or which will be installed this week. pay tuition for their graduates, and the "BECAUSE" will be run by Rey Whltton, an graded district trustees may This They do all their own work. increase expert mechanic, who has been working the tax from SO to 75 cents and the poll "BECAUSE" in the last few years at the ilupmobile tax from $1 60 to $2 50; They sell for Cash and buy for railroad and factory at Detroit. This machine will bridge taxes due special districts are Cash. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. repair casing of all size and the Gar. collected by the county school depart- "BECAUSE" age guarantee that vulcanized patche ment instead of the sheriff, and students Lancaster, Ky. They lose no bad accounts. will outlast other barti of the tire. entering the high school at twenty THAT'S THE REASON They have also instilled free air years of age may continue through the Their prices bring home th tank with tubing running to the street BACON. GO SEE THEM. Perfection and Blue Belle PLAGE YOUR ORDER I OIL STOVES FOR A Majestic Ranges. Thomas Rakes. is My IfCORMACK AND THOS MOWERS FORD Haselden - Automobile a 1 g Conn Brothers, CAKE. i 13-- lt Touring 5 Passenger Roadster $440. $390. SPANISH POUND. SOMETHING NICE FOR Bros., 2 BREAKFAST. Lancaster, Kentucky 2 real-Qu- o GLEM LILY FLOUR Theo Currey. WllOHd 3103HO 01SIHd3 co-oper- ss Garrard Milling? Co I w m EIORE F1I Sc HOPPER LG HAMMOCKS PAINT! PAINT! HAMMOCKS $1.50 $3.00 VlGRoberts Drug Store Surplus $50.000. well-to-d- Capital $50.000. A FAT SALARY Qze Paint Your House with PURE LEAD and PURE LINSEED OIL and not Cotton Seed Oil. Citizens National Bank r. W. 0. RIGNEY Director and W. J. ROMANS, Funeral Embalmer. Kentucky. Lancaster, The Central Record, Thursday July 27 19 lt. CARDS-- j Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Valus of Simplicity. thoughts Simple creature". who nro not tnken up, like tho of educated people, with the rnro of n grent mucum of (lend phrao, nro very quick to sec the live fnct which nro going on nbout them. O. W. Holme. Don't Worryl Health Is oftener undermined by worry than by work. Lincoln wlely snld that no man ever sank under tho Ono hundred and twenty employers burden of the day. It l only when have notified the Workmen's Compen- the burden of tomorrow Is nddeil, that sation Hoard that they will oper.ite tho lonil becomes grenter than n niiin KENTUCKY NEWS under the provisions of the workmen's can carry. Remember, then, to benr compensation act, which becomes your burden n tluy nt n time ami dou't worry. effective August 1. CUT TO THE QUICK Fred W. Wcltiel. receiver of the was Remarkable Drazennets. FOR BUSY READERS First National Hank, of London, Mararrested by Deputy United States On his crosed heart joung I'ntrlck shal It. M. Young, on the charge ot had denied old Patrick's nccuiitlim of embezzlement of funds and held to the wrongdoing. Old I'ntrlck was unconWinchester has been selected as the Federal grand Jury at Covington under vinced. "Don't I know ye?" ho said. uond- place for the opening of the state "Yo look Innocent enough, yo young Democratic campaign on September 9.' Chief of l'ollcc K. It. Keach and K. scallywag, but looks l ileeeUIn'. Ye're Cieorge L. Sehon has been re elected D- - IloKer'i uth of Dawson Springs, that brazen that ye could stand there nn' lie till ye wns black In the face Superintendent of the Kentucky Chll- - cro fhot n.nd klll,J ln an affray that city. Keach fired only one shot. without ever clinngln' color 1" dren's Home Society. which wns fatal to Rogers, nnd .M. M. The State Historical Society has lj0 flrc(, thc fa,a, aho of thg c moved Into the old State House at thot nt Kcilch Third Man Needed, The ,roubIe , as permanent quarters. frankfort jwh(.n Constnblo Ferguson sought to ltrewer wns fond of Quizzing his Near Oatcs, In Rowan County. Hen- - arrest Keach. A warrant had been friend Johnon. So om- day. while out ry Eden, IS, shot and killed his father.' sworn out by Rogers. walking together, he began hl UMinl The boy claims that It was accidental.) A(t(,r ho , ,ald ,0 havc raI,cd practice If remarking: "I say, Johnson, I believe if I bail ou tied to u Col. J. Embry Allen, of the Second check from U to $15 to defray was dismissed from the Na- - penses of his elopement to Jefferson-tlona- l piece of string nml puradeil )ou round Guards as physically unfit. (ville, Ind with Miss Myrtle Drown, the town, I should make money out of ub-- , of Hobbs Station, John l'crklns, of you." "Yes" remarked Jlnion, "but ln 30S.00O has been scribed toward 11,000,000 fund to cn-- j Clatrmont, killed himself following his you would luive to have n man to shout- marriage. Fear of prosecution Is said nt which end of tho Mrlng the monkey courage factories. Armour & Co., of Chicago, has estab- to havc caused him to borrow a shot- wus tied to." lished a distributing plant In Louis- gun and shoot himself through tho ville. It Is planned to manufactur heart. Ukrainians. one million pounds of butter monthly. c'l'Liiiiicuitii lariii uu ID acres Ilrlg. (Jen. Roger D. Williams. In of land at the rear of the Capitol, nnd The Ukraine, once the flrt republic command of the Kentucky National owned by tho state, will be operated In eastern Europe, has been ilhlileil be- Guard, was elected a member of the by Nat S. Cohen, Commissioner of tween her neighbor'. ltuMa holds National Defense League In Washing' Agriculture. Tho land will be plowed Its largest part, with some JS.(X.(XMI ton. up and planted In nlfalfa. A rock Ukrainians; the ltin-hnatlouiilltles Mrs. E. R. Thomas, formerly Miss quarry will be opened on tho land call that country Mnlonln or Little . Linda Lee, of Louisville, was robbed owned by thc Capitol, which slopes Run, nnd the (Huplo Mule hold n much smallof an tlS.000 necklace and J700 In to the Kentucky River, and the crusher number, :t..V,OiN) In riitrru Callcla, money on the streets of Montreal, Can ed rock will be used as a fertilizer. ada. After having been sentenced to life IU0.UW- In llukowlnn nnd WM) In G. 11. Likens, ot Hartford, has been Imprisonment for the killing dltrlct of Hungary. of Tom appointed as special attorney under Stafford, In 1S93, and after having the Attorney General of the United been a fugitive for nineteen years, Proper Way to Look on Life. States with headquarters ln Martin Franklin, of Iiulsa, surrenTake life like n man. Take It ns City. dered to the reformatory officials In itn It Is nn earnest, Thc Cbrlstlan-co- . Medical Society Frankfort. He had teen a member of though It wn adopted resolutions advocating uni- the U. S. army during all the years. ltnl, essential nffalr. Take It Just in versal military training and urging He was Immediately pardoned by Gov. though jou were born to tho tnk of performing n merry part In it, ns legislation to this end, "not for pre. Stanley. though your paredness, but for public health." Kentucky was well represented at coming. the world us hud wnlted though it were a Take it The executive committee of the the International Rotary convention, grand opportunity to achieve, to carry Board of Trustees of the University of held In Kentucky appropriated $1,000 for the ington, Cincinnati. Louisville, Lex- forwnril great nnd good schcint. to I'aducah and Onensboro each hold nml to cheer n oifTerlnc. weary, expenses of thc golden Jubilee of the University to be held at Lexington In sent large delegations of Rotarlans. It may be n brother. The I'aducah delegates made a decided October on the occasion of the bit with a colored band with which Charles II. Spurgoon. football game. they entertained visitors from all parts In the Paris police court, Taylor of the country, Canada and several Smith, a Peculiar Wrapping Material.. colored boy, was foreign countries. In Ilulgnria, one of the ioorer coun fined $50 and given a sentence of ten J. S. Eebclman, of Ohio, Is tho first tries, where oven cheap German wrapdays In Jail for having In his possession twenty quarts of whiskey which oil man to Invade Clark county and the ping paper Is hardly known, parcels ho could not prove was for personal Uluegrass with a vlow to prospecting nro carefully wrapped up In large for the rich product that Just now- - Is quart-- linen or printed cotton, railed u use. Althoufch the Kentucky Rural Credits being pumped out of tho ground In bukhtn. Tho hukhtu Is nil Institution. Association has received over $300,000 two adjoining counties, I'owell and Tho bread Is brought wrapped In check during the year it has been In exist- Estill, In paying quantities. Mr. Eshcl- - cotton; the shoemaker KeniN your ence and $110,000 of this Is admitted to man has lust leased 1.000 nrrid In thn boots homo In n square; have gone Into Its treasury. It had only southeastern part of tho county and ! even the wedding for n bride begin drilling as soon as a rig nro hcut In n bukhta. It Is returned tu $500 In cash when it was placed In tho will can be put In place. hands of a receiver at Lexington. tho sender (like a busket) by the The cltv of Fort Thomas was under quarantine ronerpssman Wlnrhrster will, thrnnnh ' J Pntntihnlt PntitHil I for several t'ays owing to a mild case) v......, " of small pox which developed In one of . troduco a bl" ln Congress at onco by members of the Second Regiment which It hopes to secure permission the from Jackson. He and his company to use the vast amount of water power were isolated and every precaution that Is going to waste over tho dam used to prevent any spread, which wai at Lock No. 10, Kentucky river, near Winchester, at Ford, The city is negoreadily prevented. With only forty-fivminutes to spare tiating to purchase the Winchester company, and will extend tho mains to ln time to file his campaign expenses, Judge O. J. Kirk, candidate for Judge tho Kentucky river, a dlstanco of eight of the Court of Appeals from tho miles. D. T. Matlack, of tho firm of Seventh district, reached Trankfort. & Shropshire, horsemen, of Lex- Ho used an automobile and chartered special train at an expenso of $300 Ington, closed a deal whereby ho pur- chased from Hub ,. Stevens, thor- rathcr than violate the law. Two boys named Jackson were nr- - oughbrcd breeder, his entire lot of rested at Ulue Pond, near Hickman, by "rood marcs. Mr. .Matlack will crosa saddle stalJailor C. A. Murchlson on the charge tliem w'tn er bootlegging, fined tCO and fentenced ,lons anu" endeavor to produce a suit-tcavalry horse for tho United! twenty days Jail. Whllo Sunday.,01'10 school was going on they would come,states army- - The Inability to secure cavalry horses recently prompted to the window, call men out and sell Eood JIr- - Matlack to try tho new cross. them whisky, the evidence showed, Tho appointment of Senator D, H. Fish In largo quantities are reported , to bo dying In the IJrushy Fork creek Vcake- - ot Trimble count-- to bo busl-,les3 Snt of tho University of Ken-- , south of Carlisle. Tho ilead fish are rcponeu 10 nave Been rounu as rar. as the forks near Miller Station. Some 'vacancy In the State Senate. He said farmers report the water in such a ,nat wh" ne understood the two t as a result of the fish dying ficcs are IIOt Incompatible, It 1s a or expediency tlol and discretion. cattle will not drink It. Mrs. Eliza Hart "firanny" all the Senator Robertson, of Louisville, was neighbors affectionately call her cele-- 1 appointed revenue attorney and her ono hundredth anniversary sinned, and Senator Ocorgo O. Speer. v.- .ou.. of Frankfort, la Statn Ilnnklne Com- i.. iiAi,tn...itiA V Sin o her ripl i..o.r. ,. . ,r n. K. Choate. a wealthy farmer, re- , ... vision, many a woman a quarter of a "'ling near Wlngo, gave bond in for hl aP" younger would envy her. vlll ln tno sum of pcaranco August 1G to answer a charge fucultles I - Office at Ralney's Livery Stable. -Kentucky Lancaster, B. W. Morrow, Graduate Opticlai ffliini Fitted. Saliif.ctlou ntmrantttd. J.E. EDWARDS. M.D Phone 391-M FARM and Personal Property. As executor of thc 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 Trom the station of the L. & N. R. R. at Hyattsville, on the Kirksvillc and Hyattsvillc Turnpike on i 1 BUCKEYE, KY. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. , John M. McRoberts. M. vl. PATRICK, Kentucky Dentist. Paint Lick, John M. ui Tuesday Aug. 1st, 1916 at two o'clock P. M., on the premises, rain or shine, as the said is made to settle Rus-dan- Austria-Hungar- Casey, D. V. Jl. Cincinnati College. - Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate Veterinary KENTUCKY, DANVILLE. her estate. There is about 283 acres in said farm; nlxiut 130 acres on (he cast side of the turnpike acres on the west side. Said land will be first offered in said two tracts, and then as n whole, nnd the bid or bids will le accepted, which will realize the most niene; said land to be sold by the acre and to be surveyed and so paiil for and conveyed subject to said survey. Bonds with tfnod security to be required of the purchaser, one half thc purchase money to ltc due January 1st, 1917 and the other one half in two bonds or notes of eijual amount due and payable in one and two years from January 1st. 1917 and to lenr interest at (! er cent per annum from January 1st 1917. Posession to be nivcn and deid made when first bond is paid on Janunry 1st, 1917, icedinj; privileges (liven in the fall of 191(1. A lien to le retained on said land to secure said bonds ami notes. There is on said farm a dwelling house with eight rooms and two torches, stock barn, crib and other outbuildings; also two good tenant houses, three tobacco barns and a pair of scales, splendid water nnd well watered, nnd the land is in n high state of cultivation, one half in grass. The farm will be sold first; after which I will aho sell five work mule;, one brood mare, one mule colt nnd the farming implements of all kinds. (No household or kitchen furniture to be sold j All amounts under twenty-fiv- e dollars cash. Noles with gocd sutcty with interest from date due Janunry 1st, 1917 for all amounts over twenty five dollars. Marion Johnston, who lives on the farm, will show it to prospective purchnets. and Col. I. M Dunn will act ns auctioneer. TERMS: 153 New-Yor- and nbout J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Residence hone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. f heart-broke- Three Brown Manley CULTIVATORS to close out at cost. For fuflhcrjnformation apply to G. C. COX, Manse.Ky one Office Hours -ra: t- d pro.-on- ts In-- Phone 377. G. B. ROBINSON, Executor, Danville, Ky. M. K. Benny and Doctors Of Denial Surgery. Office: f . . A. Wheeler Stormet BulldlDgoter Hurt & Ander ion's umtttire Htore. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. e TREES Fruitand Shade Trees Strawberry Plants, Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies Everything for Orchard. Garden. Write for free Catalogue. Lovvn and Mat-lac- k high-clas- s o 111 heat or Flour Will exchange for your wheat, e Patent Flour to be left in stock with us and taken out as you need it. high-grad- 1 No Agts WE WILL BUY YOUR WHEAT AT THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE, H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, 1811. qucs-,tha- Kentucky. 1916 HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE ' ,,',. ,,. This Agreement Witnesseth; That in order to protect the came on our lands for a period of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do so, and we further agree to prosecuto with diligence all person who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpose of hunting. And we further agree to act as Deputy Game Wardens for the purpose of car- Mays-centur- y rying out this agreement. Except each of us have the right to kill rabbits our 'arms or permit It to bo done on by another under our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible and reliable person selec'ed by us. This November 15th, 1915, It. L. Elkin, J. E. Robinson, J no. M. Farra, W. II. Urown. W. II. Uurton, Alex Walker, Ilaselden llros., T. A. Elkin. J. II. Dalton, F. M. Tinder, John II. Smith. Logan Hubble, .1. N. Ross, Fisher Herring, Hughes llros, Withers llros, (J. M. Deshon, II. U. Cox, J. W. Sweenev, W. M. Mahan, William, Marcus and Jim White. v II. F. Wilmot, J. I). 1'ope, Mrs. David Chenault, Fred J. Conn, W. It. Cook, J, tV. Elmore, Huffman llros, T. C. Rankin. Wm. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton, W. II. Moss T. M. Arnold. Jr. Jno. M. White, It. E. Henry. lirlght Herring. A. D. liradshaw, R. L. Rarker. rd In Knox county with the beginning wh0' Choato alleges, has been too of tho next scholastic year next month 'rlondly with a relative. Choate, it Is lu an effort to stamp out thc InM ves' said, met Campbell recently on the tage of Illiteracy In tho county. A road near Wlngo and held him ot the gold medal is ottered by Lieut, Gov, point of a revolver, whllo Campbell James 1), Illack to tho county teacher. cU,0S0 uetween death and being malm Instructing tho largest number of cd. Campbell chose tho latter course and submitted to tho operation. adults during the year. Heavy Inroads have been mado re A good fctrlko of petroleum in tho Artemus neighborhood, near Harbour cently on Kentucky Insurance agent Vlltt. la crimHnff tnnti .vnllaninnl nml by outside brokers, writing In unau many operators ore Hocking Into tin tborlicd companies, and Held men and of Held. Tho now- well i w.rl mil... ' local agentsup. tho state aro becom- The assistance of tho '"ed from any pool heretofore developed.! ln Many thousands of acres have been Bla,u Insurance departments Is being A recent loss has leased and a number of now wells wlll1"lvokcd 1,1 tho bo drilled during the next few months, nlsn Khnuml nn Anma nvivrhaml writ. Statu 1'lro Marshal T. II. I'anucll Ing, authorized companies having writhas called a meeting at ten business without tho knowledge I'rankfort for July 21 to discuss means ot their local agents. Tobacco and for tho prevention of flro. Delegates cotton lines are the principal targets. Surgeon John McMullcn, of the have been invited from all municipalities. Fire Marshal Panuell has an- United States Health Servlco, Is connounced an aggressive policy upon ducting a trachoma clinic at tho College at tho request of tho I'lke taking office, and has made a number of stringent rulings which will mako County Medical Society, members of which aro taking part In tho clinic. for cutting down the flro wasto. Hog cholera In three different herds Tho Kentucky Society for tho Prevenhas been discovered In the north- tion or Illlndiiess, the Kentucky State western part or Ilourbon county by Hoard of Health and tho Kentucky lit, I). C. Hanawalt, a representative Statu Tuberculosis Commission each of the United States llureau of Animal have a representative hero, both to Industry, who Is working In conjunc- assist In the clinic and to eelzo tha tion with the Ilourbon County Swine opportunities offered for arousing llrceders' Association. All three of the I'lke county people to concerted action herds have been vaccinated and a for tho pruveutlon, not only of blindthorough disinfection of the farms ness, but also of tuberculosis aud other disease ordoisd. ! tuto-widPike-villo ' ' Have on hand at all times complete stock of Feed, Flour, Field Seeds and Building Ma-- . terial. Let us know your wants. Hervey & Woods Kentucky. Paint Lick, The Central Record, Thursday July 27 1916. Breaking A Study For A Painting By P AD E 1 Phone 81. The Law Br EDWARD T. STEWART Wc detettltes nro supposed to get after thoo who break tho laws. W nrc not suposed to break the laws par. selves. JUlt I once became n law breaker. A joung womnn was held In I io adjoining Matt' under ilurim, and I was sent there to tlml a way to set IWHSrsslou of Iht. Mist Lucy Schenck, who woi liut twenty yean old, had no one to look to Imt her stepmother's second Shcpard, nnd lie availed himself of the opportunity of her contldenco In him to get her fortune Into the hand bus-han- A. MITCHEL Ono day about noon a man whose dress and sketching EStfrlals marked him for an artist tlopiicil at the doot of a house In a western province of Trance nnd knocked. "I would llkot meal," ho said. "Can you oblige mcT "Ah, monsieur," replied tho womnn, who was evlduitly much troubled, "I have not n crust of bread In the house. The man looked at her sympathetica! ly and nked whether, If he paid In ad vance, she would go out ifnd get what would be required. She consented, and be handed her a bank bill for 2." francs. Sho told hint that her husband wa, an artist, Imt he had not been nblc to make a name for himself and without a name he could not sell his pictures. They had fallen Into debt and nt that moment were exacting to bo turned out of their home by their landlord, who held n chattel mortgage on their furniture which he would take to help pay what wos duo him for back rent. Tho strangir listened to all this, but said nothing lb reply. He asked what line of art her husband occupied him self with, and site replied that he pre ferrcd llguro painting. Some of his drawings were scattered about tha room, and tho stranger cast glances from one to the other. He said that he was a figure palntet himself nnd was traveling through the country look. tng for n model for one of n group ho needed for n picture. When he had finished his meal he asked the woman If sho could let him have a room lu which to take a nap, Sho pointed to n loungu Id n little, room ndjuliilug tho living room. He went In then", drew u portiere between the two rooms and, throwing himself on tha lounge, slept. He wns nwakencil by angry voices In the next room. Two mea were talking. "You must get out at ohce," said one. "That I will do, and 1 will take my furniture with me. It btlongs to my wife, nnd she will not par: with It," "If you gave m n mortgage on It as your proiwrty and It lie'otigs to your wire you ure a swindler. Tho stranger had meanwhile arisen from tho lounge, lifted tislde tho ior-Her- e nnd looked out at the scene In the other room. The two men stood glaring a each other, while the woman was vainly endeavoring to bold ono of them, her buslmnd, who stood In a 1 Lancaster, Ky. AA Kinnaird Bros., Mgrs NIGHT AND DAY SERVICE. CASINOS VULCANIZED. CARS FOR HIRE. - FREE AIR. MAMMOTH $12.15 Railroad fare J5.05. CUE S FOR AN ALL-EXPEN- THREE-DAY- TRIP FROM LANCASTER, AUGUST 8th. Hoard nt hotel including the routes in the cave for $6.50 Round trip tickets on tale for inorninii trains at all way stations, fee L. & N. Agent. muc OF VALUABLE FARMING LAND. The heirs of Win. H. Dean, deceased, will on WEDNESDAY, AUG. 2nd, 1916 at the Inte residence of Win. II. Dean, in Jesf amine county. Kentucky, near Little Hickman, eight! miles smith of Nicholnsville, proceed to sell at public auction to the highest bidder the farm of Win. M. Dean, 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 100.(5 acres-ThImprovements on this tract is the residence of W. II. Dean, 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 ucres. The improvements on this trait consist of a tenant house, barn and other necessary outbuildings. THIRD TRACT Situated on east side of said pike and contains 115.8 acres. The improvements on this tract consists of a tenant house, two tobacco barns, stock barn 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. 4. 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. Bruner nnd Negie Dean and contains 140.5 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 above described, then as a whole. All of said land is in a high state of cultivation and there is on said farm about 150 acres nowlcul-tivate- d in wheat, corn and tobacco; balance In grass and fine tobacco laud. TERMS OF SALE: Said lond will be sold d 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 of sale, and a lien will be retained on said land in the deeds conveying same to secure payment of the purchase money. Possession of said land will be given for seeding purposes in fall of 1916. and full possession given on 1st day of Janurry 1017. Deeds of conveyance will be given to purchaser immediately After tale. one-thir- criminal prosecution vanished. Hastings took Miss Schcnck to her home. Sho recovered the bulk of bar property, and I attended tho wedding between ber and Hastings. I hare ilnce always been a favorite of theirs. md they Tiavo done a great deal for me and my family. All of which I naturallr attribute to rratltudo. of those from whom ho could havo It transferred to himself. Lucy, Anally suipoetlng that matters were not ns they should he, employed a lawyertolook Into the case. Hhepard learning )T thn fact, ran her off Into another state and kept her In hiding. Her lawyer found out where she was and t wus selected to go there and report some method of taking her away from Shcpard. I found tliat ho was keeping her un dcr the pretense that she wag mentally Incompetent. If her lawyer attempted to light hlui liy the law he would likely run her ofT tn some other place, und even If he did not he had the .police force In the town with him nnd a shyster lawjer who would take any method to evade the law. I therefore reported that the ln-s-t way was to light the devil with lire; that Is to take an Illegal course and Mdnnp the young lady, Miss Schcnck hail a lover, who bad succeeded In getting Into couimunlca. tlon with her by letter that 1, she had written him giving him tho place w here she was held captive. I nsfced that this young mnn. Halting, should lie sent to help me. He was natural!) very much Interested, nnd together wc laid our plans. The nutomotillo has proved an excellent means of effecting such purpose, nnd wc concluded to use one. Since Miss Schenck wns not permitted to go out of tho house, tiut was kept In It under the care of a middle aged woman, we wero obliged to take the captive from her dwelling prison by force. So far as I could learn she was guarded only by the woman her name was Ssaunders but thero was a man on tho premises, supinseil to lie n butler, and I fancied he, too, was In the pay of Rhepsrd, w lnwo place of abode wag In a houso two or three numbers away from the one In question. I dare not take any ono except Hastings Into my conlldeuce, so I must needs rely on Mm alone for an assistant. Fortunately he was h good driver of an auto, and this was a great help. Our plan was a very tdmple one. We were to take the auto to the house. I was to ring the bell and when the door was opened was to push In, followed by Hastings. Wo were both to be armed and play burglar, going through the house as If looking for plunder, bat really looking for the girl. Aa soon as Hastings raw ber ho was to make himself known and take her down and out to the auto, I Joining him there. Wo wished to do tlio Job before tho prisoner went to bod. We had learned which was her room and after dark watched for a light to appear In IL This occurred about 0 o'clock. Jtuu-uln- g tho car up to the house, we beixn operations. Tho butler came U the door. I shoved n revolver against Ills breast, while Hastings dashed past us both nnd upstairs, throwing open Miss Schcnck's door. Her duenna was with her, but Hastings frightened her by shaking a revolver lu her faco and, catching hold of his astonished sweetheart's arm, ran her down to tho nuto. Meanwhile I had taken tho key out of tho front door and put It on the out-ildI followed the couple, locking the door behind me, so that the butler would bo kept within, but gained nothing by this, for the woman upstairs threw up a sash nnd shouted for help. Whllo she was doing so the three of us wero getting Into the auto. Hastings started it, nnd wo wheeled away, the cries of the dueuna dying In the distance. As bad luck would hare It, Shepard was Just going Into tho houso In which ho lived when tho woman began her Seeing us gvt Into the nuto. shouts. ho took In tho situation, and ns wo dashed off ho ran to us and Jumped on to tho footltonrd. I gavo him a shove that tumbled him In a heap, but I saw him get up nnd follow us on n run. Ho kept it up till bo came U an nuto standing by tho sidewalk, got Into It und followed us. I 'watted till wo enmo to a narrow-street and n houso that was being built on ono side of It; then Hastings slowed up Just etiough to euabla mo to Jump out without being killed. I setz- a plank off a board ptto and, resting one end on tho pile, blocked tho way for tho coming nuto. When Bhepard got out to remove tho plank I seized him, downed him and, putting a against his noso, held him till I beard others coming, then I Jumped up and ran for It. Tho delay I effected enabled Hast ings to reach tho Btato limits before any telephone mosaago could bo sent out to arrest him. Hut nono was scut Sbepard knew ho had lost, and fearing threatening attitude. The stranger had left his sketching materials In the hall and, hurrying there through a side door, brought them back to the room In which he had been sleeping and In jury had set up bis easel, placed card board on it, opened his box and, taking out a iiencll, with the rapidity of lightning began to dash it here and there, making suggestive marks for be was the landlord made a tantalizing remark to his tenant, and tho latter started with clinched fist to attack him. The woman caught her husband around the waist and, with a frightened look on ber face. endeavored to bold him. Again and again her husband tried to break away from ber, she holding him as much by pleading with him as by force. In this way the relative situation was maintained for some min xes. Then, when the noman could dc-- a In her husband no longer and he broko away from ber, the stranger throw down bis pencil and, stepping Into tho room where they were, placed himself lietwccn tho two. bat Is this man's indebtedness to you!" he asked tho landlord. "He owes mo 2,500 francs." The stranger drew his purse from his pocket, took out Ave MX) franc bills nnd banded them to tho speaker. This takes all I have with me." he said, "except enough to get mo back to rarls. Take it and give this man a receipt." ben the papers bad passed nnd the landlord had gone both tho woman and tho man turned n grateful and In- quiring uiwn their benefactor. How am I to jwy you any more than tlio other?" asked tho husband. You owo mo nothing," said tho oth er, "lou and tho others have posed for me. Tho picture I shall make of this quarrel will be worth ten, perhaps twenty, times the amount I have ex peudcJ. Hut I must get moro material on tho paper before tho action has had 1 figures. One of the men any public schooling. Louisville. ihere Is much room for Improve Dr. Denny llcattie of St Joseph Mo, ment in the housing conditions among has been the guest of Mr and Mrs K. the poorer classes, both owner and Walker. tenants. Miss Ora Estridge accompanied Mrs. "While Garrard is undoubtedly a prosperous agricultural county, its Garnett Kemper home to Lexington for economic conditions could be greatly a week end visit. Mr and Mrs O. C. ltucker and little bettered by increased attention to certain fundamental laws of agricultural son were guests of Mr and Mrs Edd science. The practice of permitting Williams, Sunday. the erosion of fertile hill sides to go on Mrs J. C. Hays has returned to her unchecked is to be severely condemned. home in Stanford after a visit to relaIn the plact of cultivated crops these tives in this vicinity. hill sides might largely be turned into Miss Helen Elizabeth Sprague of alfalfa fields. What alfalfa and ensil- Louisville was the guest of Miss Eliza age will do in fattening cattle has well beth Walker on Tuesday. been demonstrated by some of Gar.Mr and .Mrs Walker Guvn are re rard's most farmers. "Most important of all, it was clear joicing over the arrival of a 12 pound ly demonstrated that there are within boy in their home on the 20th. Mr. O. II. Hendren gave a hay ride the city of Lancaster and in the adjoining rural districts a large r umber of to the young people on Friday evening men and women with high ideals ot which was thoroughly enjoyed. community life. These ladies and genMr S. G. Anderson has returned to tlemen who so quickly respond to all his home in Mississippi after a few days suggestions for the social and economic Visit with his parents, Mr and Mrs W. development of their county can, if O. Anderson. properly united into working organiza Dr. and Mrs. Frank Walker and son, tions, effect great advances within the Stetson, of Louisville have been guests next few years." of Mrs. J. Wade Walker and Miss Es The following recommendations are till Walker. made; Miss Gladys Patterson who has been First, that the membership of the guest of Miss Stella McWhorter for Lancaster Commercial Club be extend- the the past few weeks has returned to her ed to include the adjacent farmers and home in Huntington W. Va. the scope of its work be broadened as Mr and Mrs E. L. Woods, Misses to recognize in adequate fashion the Interdependence of town and country. Sallie and Mattie Woods, Mrs II. J. "Second, that the installation in the Patrick and Mr and Mrs Rice Woods Lancaster high school of ft depart motored to Danville Saturday. campaign for the organization of wool OF pools in each county producing enough fleeces to warrant such cooperative GARRARD endeavor. COUNTY BY "We should seek constantly thru the press, by word of mouth and by corECONOMIC SPECIALIST. respondence, to tach the keynote of successful marketing, namely, the establishment of standardized grades for Recommends Agriculture la High School all farm produces. "Wo (hot Id not only in connection Also Domestic Sciencj. Says Com with tobacco but with every prlr,c!p;I mercial Club Membership Should product, make studies of production costs. Be Extended To Adjacent "Since labor is the most Important factor In production and since the imFarmers. provement of this factor must come Professor Charles D, Uohannon, head largely thru the education of our farm of the Department of Agricultural boys, we should make every possible bconomlcs, Experiment Station, has effort to develope the work in agriculjust made a report to the director on a tural education, which forms an integral social nnd educational survey of Gar- part of this department's work," rard county. His conclusions apply to PAINT LICK numerous other counties of the State and his recommendations can be of wide Mr. William Turley of Madison was benefit. He writes in part: "The survey demonstrated the fol a visitor in our vicinity Sunday. lowing points: Misses Stella and Lula McWhortcr "In order to provide for the fullest ate guests of friends in Lexington. and best possible social, economic and Miss Dorothy Uoland of Lexington is educational development, there must be the guest of .Miss Mary May Walker. a hearty cooperation between town and Mts. Carlos Hedrick was the guest country. of friends in Richmond for the week "While the country schools of the end. community are on a par with those of Mrs James Champ who has been very any other community in the State, there ill at her home near here is much Imis altogether too large a dropping out proved. of pupils between the first and eighth Miss Ethel Merritt of Winchester, grades. Last year the figures as given by the county superintendent indicate was the week end guest of Miss Ethel an enrollment of 729 in the first grade, Lstridge. Dr. II. J. Patrick attended the Na while in the eighth there was an en rollment of 73. This means that a tional Dental Association in Louisville large number of boys and girts in the this week. highly impressionable years, between The Misses Lear had as their guest twelve and eighteen, are not receiving the past week Mrs Charles Knight of a I EDUCATIONAL' SURVEY . of a great picture." Tho stronger, after working nwhlle. gathered up bis materials and said: I am off for Paris. I will send you and your wife tho wherewithal to follow me. I wont you both and your landlord, It I can get htm. to poso again for tbo painting I shall make from this You," ho added to the bus- outllno. band, "bare talent. I havo seen that la your pictures. I will be glad to have you for a pupIL" In due tlmo funds camo for tho mod els, and they nil. Including tho landlord, went to Tarls. When tbey mount ed the stairs that led to the studio they saw a card on the door on which was tho name "Melssonler." When tbo picture was finished It was pronounced ono of several of tbo great artist's most wonderful productions. I The pupil wbo began his studies at this I of Kruuce'i noted "me uscam arttat tlmo to fade from me." Turning abruptly from them, be be gan to work anew with his pencil. His model looked over his shoulder and, struck with tho action suggested by the fow scattered lines, exclaimed: There Is In thoso Hues the making W. W. ROBERTS, CARL HULETT, SHERMAN DEAN, 'Agents for the Dean Heirs. The C-eviira- l Tie cord - For lurther particulars opply to SHERMAN DEAN, on premises, Little Hickman, Ky., or G. W. LYNE, Real Estate Ageut, Nicholasville, Ky. $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Lancaster, Kentucky. ment of agriculture and a department The man who has of home science. charge of the agricultural department should teach agriculture and manual training in the high school and supervise their teaching in the country He schools of the immediate vicinity. should also act ns advisor to the Commercial Club and aid in the of boys' corn and pig clubs. Similarly, the person having charge of the home science work should supervise the elements of that work in the country schools and develop the girls' poultry and canning clubs. These two lines of work should be of untold influence, both in town and country, not only in purely industrial matters, but also in the vital matters of sanitation and living conditions and In addition general social conditions. to the regular work, there should during the three months of December, January and February be held at the high school, short courses in agricul. ture and home science, primarily for the older boys and girls and young men and women of ttie country dis tricts who for some reason or other have dropped regular school work. Special sessions of this short couise could be thrown open to the general public." In closing his annual report to Dr. Kastle, Professor Uohaunah makes for the following recommendations the future work of the department: We should continue our studt of the marketing of tobacco, and extend it so as to include the market ing of every type taised in the State. Since the price which the tobacco manufacturers are willing to pay is determined to such a large extent by two facorts, namely, the perfection of the curing and the exactness of the grading, I feel that we should study these two factors in order that we may develop some plan or plans, To whereby they may be controlled. be specific, we should conduct curing tests to determine tho value of various processes; in particular, the usefulness of vatious curing furnaces now on the market, and we should conduct a series of grading demonstrations in the various Burley counties, and we should continue our studies already begun of the effect of regrading on the price of poorly graded tobacco leaf, "While tobacco Is very Important we should not devote our attention so exclusively to this as to preclude our rendering assistance with other products we should, nxt January, launch a Fifty eight persons from Paint Lick and the Burrounding country went to Cincinnati Sunday and spent the day, a special car for the Paint Lick people having been provided. Rev. lien Shive of Atlanta was the guest of his friend Rev. W. M. Eldridge over Sunday and delivered interesting addresses at Kirksville and Old Paint Lick churchei on that day. Paint Lick won two victories Saturday afternoon when the regular team defeated Danville at that place, at a score of 23-- and thn second team defeated Silver Creek with a score of 11-The Misses Lear entertained at a porch party on Tuesday afternoon for their guest, Mrs. Knight of Louisville. Those present were Mrs J. II. Woods, Mrs Rice Woods and Miss Mary Noel of Danville. BIG AUCTION. CAR LOAD OF MARES AT DANVILLE, KY.. Monday. July 31st, at 10 a. nt. We will sell one car load of unbroken mares. This will be an extra good load of mares that will pay any farmer to Luy. They are good shaped, blocky, heavy boned, with plenty of weight, range in age from 2 to 5 years and will develop into extra good brood mares. We have been selling stock at Danville for several yara and we think this i. the best load we have ever shipped here, and they will be sold to the highest bidder regardless of price. No by bidding or any pulled out of the sale. We always sell them all, and ft will pay any farmer to attend this ssle, so come and Sale will be held at Dantell others. ville Ice and Coal Co., at 10 A. M Monday, July 31, rain or shine. Rector & Kirby, 'of KnoxvlUe, Tenn. T. D. English. Auct The Central Kecord, Thursday July 27, 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. r COLLINS KY, The first Mnkc your announcement quickly to the Secretory of the fnir nssocintion niul the nnmcs will he kept n secret by him until on the hst day of the fair on which tiny the wcddini will tnkc phicc mid the Rnne nwnrded. couple mnkinjj tlieirnnnotmcement to the Secretary of the fair association of their desire to he married under the terms and conditions of this agreement, shall be given preference over all others who might announce later If the first lienii-ti- f couple who announces fails to appear, the next one in order will be called upon. We will assure 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 til range and one that we take great pride in recommending to everyone. So now here's your chance to obtain one free of charge. The Kauge can be seen in our show window two weeks Itefore the Fnir and will be displayed on the grounds during the three days of the Fair. A. F. Wheeler KEENE LUTES, Manager. Furniture Company. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. "The history and Jute of the Ken-- 1 bet money on the election hnvc shifted HERRINGTON JAMES WHITCONB tucky Rural Credit Association is n from two to one against Wilson to two AM e striking llluttration; not only of the to one in his favor, and leading Promotor Denies Rumors Regarding His incorporated, with which a fool and his money ticians of New York say that Wilson RILEY DIES. $1.00 a yeah. issued Weekly. Dam Proposilon. are parted, unJer the smooth guidance is sure to carry Hushes' state by a Belored Hoosier Poet Passes Away At of an expert; but of the willingness of good majority. J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. - The Lexington Herald says: L. II. men to lend their names to give weight j Indianapolis. Herrington, of Richmond, president of R.L ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. to n proposition, impossible of success, OF MCVEIGH, but with glittering promises, backed, the Dix Kiver Power Company passed PFAK PHfl'JFN I LHI LHUdlill James Whitcomb Riley passed awny through Lexington yesterday on his Entered at the I'ot office In I.norxter, Kr- up by large salaries. "I am sure the reason I feel so well organs in performing their Datura' Mail Matter "Conceived and organized in Dela' Business Agent At University of Kentucky wav t0 ,he "e of "' proposed dam on at Indianapolis Satutday night nt ten ai today is because took Tanlac and I functions. Waroforuse in Kentucky, it startedd Dix Kiver to inspect the diamond drill- - thirty. The caue of his death was want to give it a good recommends'1 Tanlse Is n wimltrful reconstructive anA,1 Member Kentucky Press Association ni. ...til. t ,1..n,l, l !. l.nA At $2,500 A Year. ing being done at the proposed dam paralysis, from which he sulfercd a tion". said Mrs Cordia Collins, of tonic and produce" the most gratifying . and .1 .r site in order to determine openings in violent stroke Saturday morning. uetore u Iuegan operations. in tuej . results. McVeigh. Ky. League. beginning it entertd into "an unfair The poet was the son of Reuben A. j Eighth District Publishers the rock formation and to determine of "Yes, I hud n ery serious It is hecnute Tnnlac does the work State Senator David Howard Peak, ilVMrtlll.il. in, Inllnil.l nn. f n j .. n.n- - Itiley, a lawyer nnd political and ruinous contract. so stated by its speaker! w . n.lr I .. .. .: f.u.. nervous trouble. I was so rundown that nnd due It iuick that Its leap to higher j of Greenfield, Ind. The younger Itiley own officers, whereby Van Lanningham Lancaster, Ky., July 27, 1916 really didn't know what to do. My ucces has ben marvelous. That was to sell the stock, to be paid for in live committee of the board of trustees j a Hatfment reKarilinR recnt state. could not be brought to the dull routine blood was bail and I had spots on my Tanlnc surpasses all medicines tit a four equal installments, of which the oi wie university t.eunesuny nuirr ment in an atternoon newspaper of the of school days, but he was wise in the I reconstructive tonic has been proven in Rates For Political Announcements first or 25 per cent, was to be his noon, was elected business agent for construction of the dam, Mr. Herring-to- lore of streams and field". His mother, face. "Since taking Tanlac my ner outness these columns by the leading men and who was Elizabeth Narinc, before her j' For Precinct and Citv Ufflies . . .S 5.00 commission. It does not take a very that institution at a yearly salary of said: has disappeared. lean cnt anything I women of the common wealth of Ken"or County Offices 10.00 profound intellect to reason that the $2,500. "The newspaper reports were erron- marriage, was a writer of verse ' ami do not have bad after effects. tucky. The salary is $500 less than that eous, unauthorized and very annoying Instead of preparing for the practice want For State and District Offices.... 15.00 promotor in the sale of this stock was Tanlse li being introduced in I. an drawn by Hywcl Davies, former busi- to the gentlemen who ar interested ot law, as his father wished, the son It has given me lots of strength and .10 centered in collectirg this first Calls, per line For cnu do my housework again. I sinceiely caMer at IE. E. MclinU-rtJ- . ness agent. Peak is to perform all the in the Dix .10 which he converted to himself For Cards, per line river dam project. Final ndvise everj body to give Tnr.lac n Tnnlnc mny be obtaircd in the nearby Having no interest in further pay fiscal duties at the university until an steps are not being taken in the matter when he left home, he turned itinerant' For all publications in the interchance." cities. Paint Lick. J. N. Metcnlf; auditor is elected. The office of comp- of building the dam, and we are not ' to make bis living. What) est of individuals or expresmenu and indeed in the corporation Such statements as Mr. Collin's Decker & Italian); Little sion of individual views, per whatever it is but natural, that in troller at $1,000 yearly, held by W. T. hopeful of being able to commence he carried from the little srhoolhouse should appeal to thousands that suffer Hickman, Collier ami Ilruner; Ileren. line order to pet this first navment. rep Latferty, dean of the law school, was work of this magnitude as long as the was some sympathetic knowledge of from the same S. II Welch; Stanford. Penny's Drug trouble. Obituaries, per line resentations and promises, not in thejaboliahed- - Enoch Urehan, head of the foreign hostilities continue. We are literature imparted by his teacher, Lee Most people who have stomnrh ills, Stole, Junction City. Reynolds nnd contract furnished him. were f reelv ' 8cho0' of journalism, was appointed perfecting our plana with a hope of O. .Harris, himself a poet. For ten years, Itiley roved the Ohio nervousness, liver ailments, kidney Evans, Richmond. II. U Perry & Son. made and entered into to tease and secretary of the board of trustees. being able to proceed when the war Democratic Ticket. Peak can, if he desires to do so, con- breaks. No Eastern capital has been Vulley, painting commercinl signs on derangements and depression of spirits Crab Orchard, l.ync llros ; Ilurgm. (i harass the management later. tinue as State Senator until the ex- obtained, Richmond and Danville, Kyt, fences and farm outhouses. He had and ho are in a genernl ran down con- - T. Schoolfleld. Danville. John S. Wells. "Such a contract would seem suffpiration of bis term, but he can draw parties being the principal ones inter- the trick of brush ami pencil, and clev- dilion, simply ncedsomc thing to tone up R E. Mcltoberts. Lancaster, nnd W. C icient handicap to break down any comtheir systems and to assiit the vital j Wst. Sliver Creek pany which depended on the prompt re- only one salary. ested. We nre at present doing some erly drew sketches illustrative of the ceipt of its stock subscription to furdiamond drilling at the proposed dam virtues of merchandise advertised in the signs he and his fellow nish it mtney with which to carry on FARM FOR SALE. THE WINCHESTER OPENING. site in order 'to determine whether made to bloom on the roadsides.artisans He its business and pay its expenses and there are at y openings in the rock forYOU'LL UNO IT IN 11115 COLUMN. On Sugar I'rem. five miles from Lanwas naturally musicnl, and shcue as a was undoubtedly the main rock on A representative of this paper attend mations and whether the foundations caster known n the John Lackey farm, fiddler in the villages at which his party which it split. Hut it was not the only ed the mass meeting at Winchester lot the proposed dam are good, ' For President . lor information see W. II. Liokey. ... i stopped ut night. He played for dances i. i one. .nunuay to - i. . aiepi 10 matte mu. uein- ihku Lanca-teKy. Don't throw awnv your automeun and at corcerts in country hotels, and WOODROW WILSON, "In addition to the ruinous egreement ocrntic State Cambaign opening thcre When Cleaning Windows. casings. of New Jersey. with Van Lanningham, the company ear v j September an occasion ne ver to Ue (.trims soda water with plenty he wrote rhjmes which sometimes The Arcade Have them vulcanized at Garage. cleaning windows. ltlns found their wuy into the country news-p- a siarieu on uiuneiy wmiouc capital, out be forgotten in the history of toe Ken of soap GARRARD CIRCUIT ZOURT. For Vice President with a salary list that would stagger tucky. It was a most enthusiastic gath- freely. I'taMi tiff with n succession ot pel s. Hemp Ilrenks made and sold by W. THOMAS H. MARSHALL He led this cheerful, free and any large, established concern with an ering of Democrats which filled the spa- warm, dry cloths. K. Parks. Paint Lick, Ky. Sample can Thomas I). Oiesnutt's Admr, et af, of Indiana. Plaintlirs. until late in the 70s, when he took be seen at Hudson Hughes & Karnnu. assured business. The President was cious circuit court room to the doors, V8 NOTICE. Jump at Disagreeable Task. employment as a writer for a newspapallowed five thousand a year, the Gen many having to stand, after the extra We are authorized to announce Mist Robert Chesnutl's Heir Defendant. The longer Jim put nit n dKigrce-nbl- e er at Anderson, Ii.d. He had now beeral Lounsel. the secretary ami the supply of chairs had been taken. WANTKD-1- 00 cars of wh.at; will Jennie Higgins n candidate for County Treasurer twenty-fou- r piece of work the more you will gun to write verse steadily, but with Notice is hereby given that the unhundred each, County Chairman John M. Stevenson pay highest market price. Have lots dersigned Matter Commissioner Get little encouragement from publishers. School Superintendent of thu dread It. Tackle It on the of Garrard which added to various other generous (.villained the ohieet of the meeting nnd (iHrraid Circuit Court will sit in hi of new unused sacks. It nii.1 the dread nil peters out. County, subject to the action of the t In the early W)t. Mr. Riley settled in salaries, brought the total operating called to the chair Hon. J. E. Garner, at oilier m th" rill '! I. Minister on July Roy S. Schooler. Democratic primary August 1917. 29th sod ,'llflt 1910. for the puroe of udiiinaHjlis, and begun wilting verses expenses up to an appalling figure for who had previously been selected genMay Prove Dig Industry. WANTKD-T- o buy a farm f about receiving claims nnd hearing proof on a struggling infant. So tenaciously did eral manager nnd chairman of the comPhilippine government Hcleirflstsj in "Hoosier" dialec. for the Indiana-- I 60 or 00 ucres, or rent a larger oi.e for elmms againiit the rslate of T. I). We are authorized to announce J. O. some of these officers hold on to these mittee of airangcments, who made an ure studying n shrub which grows pro- - polls Journal, for a small salary. Ho Chestnut, di et ii.. il, nnd all persons Bogie, as a for the Democ- salaries that, although in the last five inspiring and eloquent recital of Clark Uflcnlly In the Islands In the belief sent sorre of his tioems to Henrv Wads- money rent. Want well improwd land hnvntg claims against the Haiti T. I) Forest Collico. it. K. I. S . Longfellow, and thev received ratic nomination for County Court months they were cut in two, when it county's former efforts unil promised that camphor can be produced from IU worth estate are hereby notified to l.nnca.ur. Ky. file the mini! with the undersigned. Clerk, primary to be held August 1917. had become apparent that the concern to more than eclipse them in the comhis praise. A volume was publUhcd, proerlj proven according to law. was already moribund, that the treas- ing event. Senator Abram Henick, Hon. and I'the Hooiler poet" began to win For Sale. Valuable Submersed Forest. W. H. IIROWN. M. C. G. ('. C. We are authorized to announce Joe urer had to be cut olf entirely before T. G. A submerged oalc forest cnorlng a public. Stuart and other leading citizens Hi acres of land near lhattsttlle Hamilton as u candidate for County he could be induced to re.dgn. He was a graphic reader of his own made short addresses pledging their several square mllei, from vhlch logs Court Clerk, to fill out the unexpired Wnicu " The final wind up under a icceiver-- 1 hearty support while many farmers said more than 100 feet In length have verses, and for fifteen years, or until station on Klrksville pike, room house Are You' and R. N. Ittissc!!. term of J. W. Hamilton. Subject to ship with over $350.0uu in stock sold and "put me down for a fat bullock" llus. The man who must hitch up and taken, discovered "a been engineer wasIdle dredging by river. 1S9S, he made tours of the country, apR, V. D. No. 1, Lancaster, Ky. drKo to trsn i business, make It the action of tho Democratic primary less than $500 in cash and no assets is pair of fat lambs," "several sheep," tlan it pearing in public entertainments with social calls, summon help In emerAugust 191C. an eloquent tribute to "business acumen, and other things galore. great success, both alone, and in assoCommittees gencies? Ho yea lo3c time on the Improved Coal Mixer. in the management of a concern not for every neccessary purpose were ciation witli the humorist. Hill Nye, road nnJ mlu (lis highest prices HORSES AND NULES WANTED Economy of fuel' consumption In who was his intimate friend. We are authorized to announce Hun. two years old, as well as to that of O. appointtd and the concensus of opinion for your crops because you arc not In closo touch lih the market. rJteainshlpt often requires the mixing Chsrles F. Montgomery, of Liberty, L. Van Lanningham. The latter gen-- j was that the $5000 necessary for the big I will buy gome good cotton Publication of books of poems year nr army or more klniW of coal and tin of t Ca3ey county, as a candidate for the tleman might well furnish an interestbarbecue would be more than subscribed Englishman bus Intented u muling after j ear brought Mr. Itiley wealth mules or horses. Democratic nomination for Congress in ing chapter in "The New Adventuren and those who know the Democracy and and wide recognition ot his literary W. II. Ilurton. barge mixes coal in It delivers It this the Eighth district of Kentucky, of Wallingford", which have lately the ambition of tho people of Win Into n that genius, Many of his poems are of Lancaster. Ky. bunker. subject to the primary to be held the shown wear and lack of originnlity. chester and Clark county feel sure that gently philimaginative fantasy or ure deWe cannot, just now. think of u par- - no one will be appealed to in vain. Ev- Saturday in August. first osophic. In 1902, he received the STOCK HOGS WANTED. Even Germo Obey Laws of Gravity. gree of Master of Arts from Yale Unranei in nction ior ine management . erybody, Republicans and what-not- s Tho Inlltieitco of griirlly upon bacWill buy some stock hogs, weighing We are authorized to announce iversity, and in 1901, the University of will vie in the effort to put the best teria la the nlr mny be obsenetl In 100 to 150 pounds, or will feed duwn Jeptha Onstott a candidate for the That Republicans like Republics are foot foremost and prove the wisdom of various wiijh, In uddltlon to Its nction Pennsylvania conferred upon him the field of corn and cow peas for certain democratic nomination for County Court ungrateful was never more fully dem-- j Campaign Chairman James Campbell wllhlli ti limited itren like a sewer or degree of Doctor of Letters. Henry Loyd, Clerk, subject to the action of the pri- onstrated than in their shabby treat-- i Caiitrill in accepting the invitation to n mom. In July. 1911, the poet prtsented to amount put on, Mlquel found In some InPhone 201. Lancaster Ky. mary, August 1917. ment of Col. John W. McCulloch. of liavo the opening of the state campaign vestigation In Purls thnt whereas on the city of Indianapolis property valued Owunsboro, who was turned down fori there, Winchester Is an ideal point for the Hue do Itlvoll 7.'A) genus, were ut $75,000 for a site for a public library TWENTY-FIVWe are authorized to announce Hon. an untried and comparatively unknown ' tho gathering of a large crowd. YEARS. Tho present In n cubic meter yet lit the and school administration building, Harvey Helm, of Lincoln county, as a man, whosH party service does not L &N. runs lilies in six directions und fcummlt of the Pantheon only 28 were Mr. Riley never married but lie wns PtXtur The Cortriglit Shingle hos u record of found In the bninu quantity of nlr. Or do you Siiid jcur voice oier candidate for the Democratic nomina- compare with his. The position of the C. and Oo-i- n two, thereby enabling a lover of children, whose spirit he twenty-fivyears on a roof without the telephone to do these. divined so intimately, und of family life. tion for Congress, in this, the eighth National Committeeman is purely one people to come from all paits of the leuk. This roof is good today. 1 buvt United States' Kindergarten. district of Kentucky, subject to tlm of honor with no emoluments and yet j state and especially from the eastern At the request of the Governor of the exclusive ugency for this 'shingU, Tho wortl kindergarten, Herman for primary to be held August 1910. It was taken from Col. McColloch, who section which has peen somewhat neg- - children's gnrden, means n school con- Indianathe relatives of the poet allow- und iwould bo pleased to quote you could always bo depended on to raiso lected in the spread of Democratic doc ducted on the theory that the earliest ed the body to lie in state at the Indi- prices. I can furnish you building maEditor Fitzhugh, of tho Wllmore En- and contribute to campaign funds when trine. Tho mountain people will bo education of young children should bo ana capital Monday night and thousands terial of any kir.d und would be pleased there from as far back as the salt bused on object lessons, exercises passed by to puy their last respects tu to have you call me. terprise, hits the nail on the head In ever they were most needed, just the timid heads of the party wotks on bitter creek and Democracy with tops, games und other activities the illustrious dead, l uneral services the following interesting article which G. S. Roop, to Interest them. This were held at tho poet's homo Tuesday feured the charge that it was not hon- will have free course and be glorified. rulctilittetl we here reproduce; Carpenter and Contractor, est in its declaration, if they The opening will likely occur on the 5th method wnii Introduced by pioneer etlii. morning und were private according to "Those who have read the advenCartersville." Ky. tures of J. Itufus Wallingford, depict- had a distiller as one of their leaders. of September, the day after the ded- cntors at New Harmony, Posey county, the wishes of tho poet. Afterwards Col. McCulloch deserved better ot the ication at Hodgenvilleand it is expected Indiana, In lS'Jfl, For some years this the burial took place in Crown Hill ing the ease with which Hint smooth was the only kindergarten school lu FARM FOR SALE. Cemetery, Indianapolis. Thousands of gentleman separated tuckers from hands of the party he had served so that President Wilson, who Is to be prin- tho United Stutett. telegrams were received by the fumlly, their money, to his own use and bene- long and so faithfully and those who cipal speaker there, will bo induced to 12fiJ ucres, :i miles from Danville, among them one from Vice President Ky., on Lancaster pike (Iloone Highfit, will be struck with the similarity think he was slaughtered for expediency stop over on his return to Washington Find Foe of the Locust. a personal friend of Mr. way) Attractively located, productive between his methods und those of one ure going to resent tho treatment ac- and address the assejnblage. Research by tho Argentine depart- Marshall, The man without a telephone lias An invitation is extended to the ment O. L. VanLunningham, In hypnotising corded him when they mark their balund splendidly watered; large pool of agriculture has shown that a Riley. It read; a big handicap. If you are that man. alleged able business men into being lots in November. There are some voters all over the state to attend, as- natural parasite enemy ot the locust "To die for one's country is to reach stocked with fish; a comparatively new drop a postal today to dupes unconsciously, let us hope in sores that wont heal, especially those sured of a warm welcome and an in- exists, mid the department hits recomthe heights of glory; to live for hu eight room house witli wide porches a skin game wherein under the aegis so unnecessarily made. tellectual and physical treat, as the mended Hint the National Iustltutu of manity bo that each succeeding age will necessary outbuildings, barn and tenBASTIN TELEPHONE of their supposed business acumen and most distinguished speakers will be on Ilncteriology anil tho section of upplled be happier is to attain immortality. ant house; splendid apple orchard and eminent respectability he und his varThe prospects of Democratic victory hand and burgoo and other good things loology of the live stock bureau Educations! COMPANY This is the record of James Whitcomb other fruits in abundance. lu a study und application of the Itiley. Rest to his ashes and peace to advantages ot Danville are of the highious Illackie Daws, who operated un- this fail grows brighter as the days go will be as free as the pure air of the and have a representative tell you der him, scooped in over two hundred by and will continue to brighten as the section. "No ono shall go away best moans to propagate this poruslle his soul." how little a telephone will cost you. est; the best of railroad facilities, yet thousand dollars from a too trusting voters more and more realize the fin feeling that he has been neglected, but ns tho most effective way of checking no railroad crossing going into town. ravages ot locusts. Tho sum of public and then departed with the loot work of President Wilson In keeping all will be made to sing the praises of the Western Would like to give possession in SepFor Sale. (300,000 paper pesos ($212,300) tins for other fields of endeavor; leaving u every promise and averting the horrors their hosts," will be the motto says been appropriated tember.' ' . for uso In tho camHousehold and kitchen furniture. bankrupt concern, with an Unsavory of war with honor and dignity to the Chairman Garner and his crew of ca- paign, against locusts. J. I'M. Allen, Danville, Ky. guarantee you beat service. Mrs. John Mount, reputatlcn behind them. country. Those In New York City who pable assistant!. The Central Record poli-eas- "I CAN NOW EAT ANYTHING; FREE FROM STOMACH ILLS", SAYS MRS. 1 I Peconit-Clu- I J M- - .... ce 1 n ! 1 paj-me- I r , . J r, fr easy-lif- e 1 iiiz E e . anti-liqu- i Electric Telephones Your Account Is Due and must be paid at once otherwise I will have to force collections which I hate to do. Having withdrawn from the firm of J. R. Mount Son fi Co., to go into other business, I desire to thank my customers for their patronage ana request mai they come In and settle their accounts and notes now, as I need the money to put into my new business. Gossip About People vvv A ni Itrltf Mtnllnn of the Com!ni Going by Thou Wt Arc Interfiled In. Colonel W, S. Ferguson, of Covington Is here for n few days. Mr. and Mrs. II. Clay Suttou motored to Lexington recently. 9 o 9 9 9 9 1917 Respectfully, JOHN M. MOUNT "ITS GREAT, LETS GO" Get Ready, Everybody Attend This Year Mr. Mary Collier of Danville been visiting MrsMlill. 1 has The BLUE-GRAS- S lncnrwrated. FAIR Little Miis Elizabeth Dudly has li. cn visiting relatives Danville. Mine Nancy and Dora Hagan arc visiting thsir sister Mrs. Waltrr Arnold, Mrs. licorge D Kobinson has making n sojourn at Crab Orchard Springs. Mrs. Hue Duiliy of Richmond has been visiting Mrs. II. C. Dudly and Mrs. IliU. anil Pctsy Miss Alberta, Kilzabcth Anderson were Danville visitors on last Saturday- Mrs. Henry Kuhlmaii of Lowell has been visiting friend. and relatives in The Line of Buicks Remain Either in Style of Oar or Price. Buicks Un-changed- , 9 9 Lancaster. Mrs. Walter I'erkins, of St. Louis was n recent sojourner hero at her FREE ATTRACTIONS. former ho'ne. John C. Weber's Prize Hand of America. Mr. and Mrs J. W. Acey, Mrs Joel Mr. John Dodd, Baritone. Francis, and Delia Itice Hughes motor Miss Katherine Hoch, Soprano. Messrs Kcnyon and Elwell, Popular Songs and Ragtime ed to Lexington. Elizabeth Hagen has returned home The Ferris Wheel Girls, on a Nickel IMated Apparatus 35 feet lihjli. after four weeks visit to her sister The Dollaiiicnile Troupe, in reproduction of Sculptor work of well known Mrs. Walter Arnold Mnsters. Attorney It. 11. lomhnson made a Tho Flying Lmlilcr Girls. Two Young Ladies in Graceful Fents on Two recent trip to Winchester in connection with some legal business. Single Swinging Lnddcrs. Fivo-YouMrs. It. II. Spindle spent several days rcaiitiful Costumes. L'ldics Tulcntcri Instrumentalists, of the nait week with Mrs. Clarencu changed daily. Running and Harness Races Best Show on earth at 11. Vaught in Richmond. Mis Jane Hell, of Lexington, is the Lexington, the Capital of the Horse World. guest of Miss Matlie Adams ut the - 20 Special Cars ?M People. Reduced ICatea on oil The Me)rrh6IT Attraction!home of Mrs. Hichard McGrate, Roads. For Kntry Wanks or Information, address. Lexington, Ky. AUGUST 7th to 12th, '16 THE LIGHT SIX AT $1020. PROVED TO BE SUCH A REMARKABLE CAR THAT IT WILL BE CONTINUED THROUGH 1917. ' ng A light four Cylinder Car built on same lines as the Six is the only addition. It sells for $665.00. Touring Car and $650. Roadster with specification as follows: Motor 35 H. P., valve in head, three point suspension, unit power plant, Delco starting system, 31x4 tires, Non Skids on all wheels, 106 wheel base; leather upholstery, one man top. Completely equipped in every respect. Deliveries beginning st once. Place your order now to insure yourself of getting a BUICK JOHN W. BAIN, Secretary, Lexington, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. W'oods came over from Stanford Sunday, and were visitor of Mr. anil Mrs. G. II. Swinehroad. Jacob SchulzConipany Fine Cut Flowers For F Huitonville are hern for a visit to their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Ilallard. 1 Mrs. Itaymond Mr. Joe Hasclben, and Miss Jane Haselden Haselden. madJ a recent motoring trip to Lex(if ftolSrWU Hit.tJIal. ington. Mrs. J. A. Amon went to Cincinnati palntHlred last Sunday to see her son, Mr. Will Wilhltilt vnlttyrlil.nlcns, cllhrr (Tlvnlil, or crKTtn,yinj can nn.ljuit lh tiRht lyl of Cotulicht Mul bhingleifor I Itice Amon. who is nttending an Art "CorUltfM" Htg. U. a. I'U UU. your building. Look lor school there. 5 rut uf ty Mrs. H. F..Hudson, Miss Helen Gil and Miss Alice Kfgney have gone to Local Contractors or Cortripht Metal Roofing Co. Lake Chautauqua, N. Y.. for a fortHO North 23rd Street I'lnladelphiu. Pa. night's stay. practitioner Dr. Heatty, n voung from Missouri, has been visiting his cousin. Dr. M. K. Denny and other (iarrard relatives. Mrs. Edwin Smith came down from Incorporated. Kichmond last Saturday night on a visit to her father, Mr. Jesse Doty, and sister. Miss Emma Doty. All Mrs.K.L. Hagan has returned home after being at the bedside of her 13 All Orders Receive Prompt Attention daughter Mrs. Walter Arnold who has or 83. Phones .1.19-been confined to her bed for sometime. Mr. Will Swope wife and children Mr. Walter Ardold and wife of Ilrynnts-vill- e motored to I.ancastersunday afternoon to visit Mr Lee Hagan and family CORTRIGHTswo tm Mr. Stephen A. Walker, a Louisville traveling man. camu in from a trip Sat urday und is here with his family. Miss Julia White of Kichmond was a recent guest nt the Hotel Kengarlan en route from Crab Orchard Springs. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Buchanan of M Conn & Taylor. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. Mrs. Kichard McGrath end visitors', Master Gnyle Doty has gone to CinMrs. Thomas Adams and Miss Mattie cinnati on a visit to his mother. Miss Nancy Walker was a recent is- - Adams of Sharpsburg, were visitors in Miss Jennie Higgins has been on a itor to kinspeople in Kichmond and vie- - Danville last Monday. recuperative sojourn at Crab Orchard inuy. Mr. nnd David C Sanders Jr . and Springs. Miis Sallie Tillett is numbered among Misses Christine Sanders and Kuth WU- - Allie Yantis is at home after a the sick folks, much to the regret of Carrier made a motoring trip the past visit to her cousin. Miss Lottie Carson week to Elixir Springs. friends. ' in,? Miss Marie Kay of Sycamore 22 21 Mis u Lillian K. Estes has been 'Visit Valley Miss friends in Elizabeth Gibbs is visiting Lnwrenceburg Ky. Addie Cricillis, nnd Lizzie and lrJ-mai- l, Misses Galigar spent last Wednesday Thursday in Buckeye. Occasions. Mrs. William Ilogle leaves Friday for Mr. John Herring ot Danville has II. her home in New Orleans, aftera pleasant visit to her many friends and rela- been visiting his cousin. Miss Nannie 15. Herring. Miss Katie Harncs Dickerson made a tives here nt her former home. Miss Kuth Lake left a few diys since Mrs. Frank Todd is in Louisville the recent motoring trip to friends in Madto visit her uncles, Messrs W. G. and guest of her daughter, Mrs. .1. O. Col-linison county. Jim K. Blown in Chicago, before reand.Mr. Colling'. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hardin, of Lon- home at Terre Haute. don, have been visiting kinspeople in turning to her Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Gaines and son, this section. Mrs. K. C. Schooler was hostess at Claude Kice, have been recent visitors Mrs J. J. Miller has returned to herl an elaborate noon day dinner Wednes at Crab Orchard Springs. home in Covington, after u visit to Mr day at her heme in Hill Court; several Keverai.d S. II. Pollit is at home.hav- n guests graced theoccasion. and Mrs X. Miller. ing returned from conducting a success Mr. Herbert Klhs of Wilson is the guest of his frind, Mr. Burton. N. W. C, at Stanford. Misses Addie andMos?ie Cricillis have returned home after a two we6ks visit with friends ard relatives at Williamsburg. Miss Maud Kobinson has returned home after a three weeks visit with friends and relatives at Berea, nnd Gray, Hawk. Wm. F. Miller,- Agt. Lancaster. Mr. E. W. Spraguo of Louisville was here Sunday, to see his daughters. Misses Helen Elizabeth nnd Chastine, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. 1!. Cook. Mrs. M. E. Fish, Mr, Montez Fish, Mrs. William I'ettus and children, of CrabOrchard, were guests Sunday and Monday of Mrs. Joe L. Francis nnd the Misses Arnold. Mr. It. II. Spindle, a prominent young lawyer of Norfolk, Virginia, came in Sunday to make n fortnight's viit here with his wife and little daughter at the home of Mr, und Mrs. It. E. McKoberts. enterMiss Carrie ltelle Unman tained sixteen couples of her friends ut an elegant 0 o'clock dinner at her home on Kichmond Avenue, the honoree of the nlfair being Miss Jessie Iieaglo, of Georgetown. Mr. and Mrs. E. I'. ltalley, of California, came over this week from Lexington where they have been with Mr, llulley's parents, und ur now with Captian Thomrs Elkln and daughters for an extended visit. Saturday's Courier Journal has the following society item in regard to a Lancaster visitor und former Lancaster girl: Mrs. Hambrlck Sandifer, of Georgetown, was a recent sojourner here at her girlhood home. The following were recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. It. Slavin at their home on Kichmond road; Messrs James W. Slavin und J. Warren Slavin, Jr., of Houston, Texas, Dr. J. L. Sluvin and Mrs. Guy Hundley, of Danville, and Mrs. Leak, of Franklin, Ky, New-ma- Mowers of Any Other Make. Deering Mowing Machines Have Many Exclusive Features Which Make Them Superior To Tlie Drermg Mowing Machine possess nil tho Rood feature of a Rood mower with muny improvements, most of which ore exclusive with the Deering which you will like and should havu on your new machine. Among the chief of the features are, long enduring qualities, light draft, eircctlve raising levers, llexihlo gang arrangement, no danger of cutter bar bend-lubuckling or knife breaking. A clean shear cut the full length of tho mower tar, removable wearing plutes, external main gear, rigid main frame, coupling bur has a number of distinct features possessed by no other mower. Kasy to replace parts, spring tackcr board. Polo Is strengthened. Easy on horses and operator. Come in and let us show this splendid mower or send for attractive illusMr. und Mrs. W. II. Mason, Miss Sue trated booklet giving full descriptions of the full lino of Deering Machines. Shelby Mason and Mr. W, It. Mason Jr, of this city, and Mr. Witlium Fox Logan and family of Wilkes-Ilarrl'u., enjoyed a motoring trip to Danville, ilarrodsburg, High Bridge, and a luncheon at Ilrooklyn Ilridge, as guests of Ky. Was Mason. BECKER PHONE 27. k BALLARD e BRYANTSV1LLE. Mrs. Clarence II. Vaught was host at a beautiful reception at her home in West Main Street, (Kichmond) in compliment to her guest, Mrs. K. B. Spindle, Jr., of Norfolk. Va.; in the receiving line were, Mrs. Vaught, Mrs. Spindle, Mrs. Harvey Chenault, and Those who asMrs. J. G. Crabbe. sisted in entertaining were: Mrs. J. K. Mr. and Mrs. Ilrndfoid Jennings and ful revival at Pleasureville. Miss Katie Mae Dickerson of Kich Johnson, Misses Duncan Foster, Cynmond has been the visitor of Miss Min little son. Clay Jennings, of Tuua, Miss Nannie 1!. Herring is in liar I.uxon, Oklahoma, have arrived to visit Missti rod-buHenrietta thia Davidson, nie Gulley and Mrs J. II. Sopor. this week the guest of Miss Nancy Hayden nnd Mary Koss. -- Climax Jane nnd Mary Doty and other relaMiss Kthel Walters has returned from Margaret Sampson, and attending the tives nnd friends. a two weeks visit to friends and relFair. Mrs Kite Milward, Mr. and Mr. atives in Chicago, HI., ur.d Indiana. CARD OF TIIAKNS. Mr. Paiker Gregory and daughters. John Milward and Miss Suan Milwaid, Miss Mattie Adams returns Satin. lay We wish to express our appreciation of Lexington, motored over Sunday Misses Sallie Ciook and Emma Goodloe from an extended visit to her sister. from Lexington, and were guests of Gregory, were in Madison County Sun- to all that assisted und expressed their Mrs. O, U. Terrill at Kichlands Va. day on a visit to relatives. sympathy over the loss of our daughter Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lloyd. Nancy. Mrs. J. W. Miller gave a handsome A picture show party was given on Mrs. Kobert E. Henry and Mrs. F. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lee Palmer. dining WednesJay complimentary to Saturday evening, the alVair being com- S. Hughes and little son. Saulley Jr., Mrs. William Ilogle of New Orleens. plimentary to the trio of attractive leave Friday for a ten days' stay at Man and the Job. Mr and Mrs Kobert Lyons of Pikes- - Louisvillians at the home of Miss Mar- Elixir Springs in Casey county. Tho size of u Job Is the size of ths Mi-sSprague and ville, were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. G, garet Cook, Mr. and .Mr. Kobert C. Brewer and man who holds It. M. Lyons on last Saturday and Sunday, children visitors of Mr. Joel walker nnd Where Trade Does Not Stop. J. F. Holtzclaw was hostess at family, have been in Danville visiting Mr. George A. McKoberts who has This might bo ued as the basis for n dinner Saturday, at her home on Dan- Mr. and Mrs. William I. Walden. been for some time at Ashville, North n maxim: "Trade goes past the door ville avenue; tho repast was complCarolina, is reported much Improved in Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Holtzclaw and ot the lium who does nut Hag It." imentary to Miss Carrie Hello Romans neaitn. and her guest. Miss Jessie Ileagle of son, Clyde and Miss Carrie llelle Mr. N. It. Price has been e recent Georgetown. Romans and visitor, Miss Jessie Ileagle In Praise of Life on Farm. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lute sojourner in Madison county, nnd was of Georgetown, If eery ihlld were In n home and Miss Mattie Hopper Hueitner, daugh- King and daughter. Miss Anna Fay and a visitor nt the home of Mr, nnb Mrs. ter of Mrs. Annie Hum Hopper Iluck-ne- r visitor Willie Higgins, of Somerset. every home In n enrden, innt of tho George Hallevv. social Ills would disappear. Moral: Bo of Chai lesion. West Virginia, who motored to Crab Orchard Sunday and glad u II u' on u farm. Misses Lucy and Sallie Cox arc visit is now on a visit to Danville, ill arrive ing Mr Jnd Mrs Itradlev Durham and shortly to visit here at her mother's spent the day. Mr and Mrs Cyrus Cox, of Ilarrods- girlhood home. Cure for Restlessness. The Lancaster Woman's Club held n Medical men now euro restlessness, burg, this week. 'business meeting Monday evening at Mrs. Joe Ilrynnt is in Kichmond for apprehension nnd "nerves" by preMrs. Kthel West Darnold who lias the remainder of the week, having gone J. E. Stormes' drug store, the assemscribing baths, exercise und the correcbeen tilling a lucrative position for sev- to attend a birthday celebration given blage consisting of the ollicers to serv tion of bad habits. They relieve anxeral years in Indiana, is at homo for the at tho home of Mrs. Samuel A. Death-ridg- e the ensuing year, who nro as follqws; iety mid morbid fears and correct nervClay Sutton, president: Mrs. ous Irregularities of the heart and cirsummer vacation. the hostess to be the honoree of Mrs. H. T. J. Price, vice president; Miss Helen culation by a course of deep breuthlug. Mrs, George Miller Lusk and Miss the occasion. Gill, treasurer; Mrs. J. II. Kinnaird, Gladys Frisbie returned Tuesday from Mrs. W. It. Itobins and little daughrecording secretary and Mrs. W. M. Have to De Careful. Mrs. It. I.'. ter, late of Ilrodheud, are here on a a reveral weeks' visit to Elliott, corresponding secretary. "Has woman tense of humorl" Hughes in Louisville. visit to her brother, Mr. S. N. Davis nslii'd the mutter of fact man. "Oh, Mrs. Joe E. Kobinson was the gracand daughter, und family, they bfing en route to DeMrs. John M. Furra yes," replied Miss Cayenne. "Hut alio troit Midi., whern Mr Robins has se- ious hostess of an informal reception has to curb it. If women laughed ut Miss Johnetta, arranged a most enjoyon last Thursday, at her residencft on everything they wiw that's funny they able outing trip to High Ilridge and cured a good business position. Lexington Avenue, the honoree of the would spoil efforts to propose by some Shakertown, recently. Mrs. W. S. Elkiu, of Atlanta, will enjoyable alTalr being her cousin, Mrs. really ulco uieti." Friends of Mr White Marsco regret remain here the greater part of tho Walter Allen of Chuttaiioogo Tenn. to learn of his illness at his home in summer, hermaclune having been ship- The social occasion was an afternoon Pointing Out a Difference.' this city. Ho lias a high fever and ped to her for her to make frequent assemblage, from 3 to 6, and the apartDemi Hole, who wus tho pioneer of visits to her invalid Mstcr, Mrs. Char-lott- o ments with the spacious front veranda, some typhoid syrntoins. rose fchown In his country, wus fond Warren ut Stanford. were most attractive in their handsome of telling this story: "At Cumbrlilge, Little Gracio Dychouse, a seven-year-oldecorations. lloral Miss Maggie Drown, returned Wed- furnishings and Dnclund, n horticultural show was was so unfortunate Tuesday rs to step on a broken bottlo and cut her nesday from u visit to her brother Frappe was a most delicious drink ser- suddenly Invaded by a heavenly host foot to tho bone, the hemorrhage Kobert Ilrown, In Villa Grove, III. Miss ved on the veranda by Miss Ileruie of sweet girt gruduutes. 'iludum,' therefrom continuing till the next day; Drown was accompanied home by Mrs. Lear and was followed later by a most nuld n member ut the executive to tho ludy la whoso charge they cutue, 'may r, A. C. Green and daughters whocame to appetizing course of refreshments conshe Is the grand daughter of Mrs, I point out that this Is u school for the efllcient nurse of Mrs. Ann visit her mother, Mrs. Archer, near sisting of ices, cakes, mints and marsh horticulture aud not for busbuudry'" mallows. Kobinson. Paint Lick. The Central Kecord, Thursday July 27, 1916. r act w ' Ran iennf nearly piutoa iiart oft f foo-- ind fffrrtf mmj rau nlcf tnd txopfm Um tt t. I KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. . STORY OF A BRICKLAYER Br LOUISE 0. CUMMINGS uj tth rt, Klllraal le evident from following eplen-di- d John Ilounco was a mason. That -6 dnys. program l ltc.B0aaa4tl.00. was licfore there were lalior unions, la teat, Hiram. 6rw Weber's Prlie Band of AmerUniontown, August -5 days. and John dirt hot get very good p.iy for ica. Fern Creek Fair. Huechel. August 0 his work ntid not much work, either. Mite Kathirlne Hoeh, Soprano 4 days. Ills wife was delicate, nml there win Sololtt. Alt. Vernon. August 9- -3 days. n plentiful crop of chlldtcn. Mr. John Dodrl, Baritone. R. E. MeRoberts, Druggist, Lancastet days. Ilurkesvillo, August One day while John was laying brick Mettrs. Kenyon and Elwell, Popular and Ragtime 8onge. n man stopped beside l'.lin and said: I'erryville, August9-- 3 dnys. The Ferrit Wheel Qlrle In a ".My good man, would you like n litLawrenccburg, August 164 days. fett routine of gymnattlee on a ENGAGEMENT EXTRAORDINARY tle work to he done In the evenng when Spepherdsville, August 164 days. beautiful nickel plated apparatue Tl you have nothing else to do" Oivcnsboro, August 156 days. thirty. five ??el high. Meyerhoff Attractions Carnival at the "I would If I got well paid for it,' Ilrodhead, August 163 days. The Oellamead Troupe, Posing BBLualBBBlBlSBlSLaBBW Blue Gratt Fair Aug. 7' 12. Act. Fair, Sanders. August 16 said John. I bBBbIIbb1bSbBbBbBHbvs1bbVV' "Where do you live?" Ono of thr biggest features of the araraK Talented Five Young Ladlee, 4 days. John gave his homo address, and J niuc Ornsa fair will the AleycrhotT Inttrurjientaliiti, Beautiful Ewlng, August 173 days. when It wns dark the man appeared, s Attractions Cnrnknl, which Is known changed dally. Knights of Pythias Fair, Stanford. tic told John that ho must bo blind, throughout the entire country as being The above conttitutet the matt August 23- -3 days. pro. J tho largest nnd most gorgeous travel- folded. John didn't like this, but tho extravagant and expentive gram ever offered for the one Columbia, August 224 days. man laid n live dollar bill ou the table Ing aggregation on tho mad at the Should be Engraved or price of admlttlon. nud said that when tho work wns done Frankfort, August 29- -4 days. present time, carrying Its own mamSomething doing all the time. he would give blm double the nuiount days. Uardstown, August 294 Embossed nowadays. moth special train, consisting of twcn 'v Seeing Hint there wns nothing In the IbIbISbMS?. enrs. Nlcho'asville, August 293 days. houso to cat, John permitted the man It reflects good taste and This show has teen built nt a coal Pennyroyal Fair, Iiopkinsville, Aug' to tie a handkerchief about hi eyes, to Its owner of over l.V.O00. each ust 295 days. 4at once creates a favorable and, taking tho other's arm, ho wns SPEED PROGRAM OF THE and every attraction halng Its own Elizabethtown, August 293 days. led forth on to the street, which at that impression. gorgeously designed caned wagon llarboursville, August 303 days. BLUE GRASS FAIR. front. All hour was well high deserted. , of the shows carried arc While tho visitor was In the houso Suppose you come and see novel and unique nnd are noted parJohn Bounce's wife was In the adjoin- Trotting ticularly for their clean and moral naand Running Raeee at Lexthe many Seautiful samples ing room, where the children were ture. ington Aug. nsleep. When she saw her husband Tho Fenturo Attraction carried Is the we have and get our prices. BBBBSBSBSBTaB9B go blindfolded with the visitor, cither Zoological (Jartlcn and Society Circus TMI3 Hearing for John's safety or through Tho Hluo nrnss Fair association. In- Combined, In which Is given a clever curiosity, she followed tho two. They corporated, of Lexington. an- exhibition of trained animals which Ky went Into the business part of the city nounces tho following siocd program. will entertain and please all. The undersigned hereby give warn and stopped before n building bearing Aug. T to 12. 1010: To lie In keeping with the present ing to all persons not to trespass upon a sign, "Ulrklmer (t Co." John's iM tlmo the Invasion of Ilelglum Show Is TtlOTTINO. our lands for any purpose whatever as opened a door, guided John CLASS (t IN 3) ShOOO worthy of special mention. This show vm.K0 consists of genuine relies brought diTrotting we will prosecute all offenders to ful through It and shut tho door behind MS Trotting ' test extent of thi law. Hunters and. them. SMOO rect from the Ilntt'elleMs of i:urn Airs. Bounce wns In n quandary ns to 1:3 Trotting VX) and cotitnhi nil tho modern Kuropean 1:14 1'aclng Fishermen especially take notice. 30O.O) she should do. Had she best de 2:3 I'oclnj what Implements of wnr that are ucd by Ed & N B Price K. L. Elkin mand admittance for herself or call the , The track Is a mile In length. the different countries now engaged W. R. Cook. Airs. Rebeccu J. West. police or wait till John cnino out? A The ruh-- of the American Trotting This nttractton has created more sen- - ! II. C. Arnold. James G. Conn, few minutes' reflection assured her association to govern. sattonal and meritorious; comments by J. C. Alorgan that John's employer needed some ma-J. P. Bland. Two or more horses tinder tho same by both presx and public than any othLong Bros Ky. J. H. and V. S. Weaver sonry done and there was no occasion ownership or control or trained In the er traveling attraction ever presented Booth Sutton. W. T. West, to be alarmed. If sho Interfered ho tnme stablo may enter nnd start In rnce In this country. W. I, Lawson and son. Howard King, might lose tho promised nddltlonal pay. upon payment of eutry fees. Next In line we hnte the Internatlon to A horse distancing thu field or nay al Hiring (llrls, well known through, JOHN C. WEBER, DIRECTOR OF THE PjIIZE BAND OF AMERICA, action In tho AIiss Carrie Boulden, No. 10 Cincinnati Express, J. II. Rlgsby She concluded not take no to matter, caring leave her part thereof will only bo entitled to out the country, giving daring' and 4:30 a.m J. C. Rlgsby. John Richardson, children and, she went homo. WHICH WILL BE AT THE BLUE ORArS FAIR, AUO. 7 TO 12. daily alone, first money. clever exhibitions In n six foot tank A. C. Allies. SpeNo. 4 J. B. Woods. John was absent for two hours when illi: Illue Grass 1'utr association , defend the I etior nt any time and pl.irr The right Is reserved to postpone any The Ten In One, consisting of won Jno. Al. Farra. Alary was gladdened by the sight of race for any cause, to chango the order derful 0:03 a.m. J. H. Thompson, cial, daily Is otwajs anxious to cite Its It Is a bargain offering. Indeed, of nm freaks. Is another gixsl feature. B. L. Kelly. David Steven. him and a ten dollar gold piece that of racing or declare off ou account of Performing No. 23 Ulue Grass Special, patrons the U'l that ran be tic I'll Jot. sung and remlrnsl In ran Seals. The Pat Ijtdy. S. C. Rigsby. he bad brought with him. Ills em- bad weather or bad truck. Also to dedaily except Sun...C:0S a.m. Frank Thompson. Show, featuring tho Champion obtained and lone this year en oils form or Indltldiial and eolli- - Hf D. Al Anderson. by artists under the direction f J. H. Thompson. ployer had left him a short distance clare off any race If It dees not fill sat- lady wrestler of the world. Miss Wallo. gaged Wctier's Hand and Grand Opera No. 14 Carolina Special, Am and Ed Bourne. from his botue. This Is tho story be isfactorily and return eutranco fees to Illusion Show, featuring the Flying company of Cincinnati to supply the the dlst!iigtilhiil John ' YVrln r 7:00 a.m Davis Sutton daily owners. A gn at treat U In atorv for the miisi. Tho Arabian Vlllago and many No. Express, daily 1:35 p.m. Airs. J. Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar told Alary: musical progrnm. Aloncy divided 00. 23, IS and 10 per loving public of the Hhie Gratt region Ills conductor had taken him to tho other shows. Including SlerryOo B. Thompson. W. H. Cummins No. !! Cincinnati Limited, These coucerts will be git en f basement of the building, where he cent. Round. IVrrts Wheel, and la't. but not In front uf the 5:20 p.m Jerry Bland. daily 1'olutlng Itecords made In Kentucky fair cir- least, the newest 'PHI riding device. grand day ami etching STATE UNIVERSITY EXHIBIT We will add other names for 25 cent had removed the bandage. atauiL No. 12 Royal Palm, daily.. 6:37 p.m. cuit no bar. to a recess In the wall, which John "The Whip." makes up the aggregaIn engaging Mr. Wels--r and Ms com I cash. Other races by members of the Lex- tion which will tie seen on the Alld AT BLUE GRASS FAIR knew to be tbo baio of a chimney, and t Mli-tepony the manngi-mruthai No. 5 L o c a Express, some brick and mortar, ready for use. ington Driving club. way of the Illue Grass Fair this year. It has secures! the Iks! muslenl allrac The running race, of which there he told the mason to build a waU 11:05 a.m. daily tlon available, as WeUr IUti.1 tins Farm, Orch-r- d tnd Oarden Prpductt et across the face of tho recess. John will be three or four each day, will be Swine and Sheep at the Blue Grete Justly earned thethe No. 11 Royal Palm, daily.. 1:20 a.m. title of the I'rtie under the supervision of James P. Hoes, Floral Hall. went to work. Before be had put tbs No. 1 New Orleans Limlland of America. In addition to the Fair. which assures an attractive program, last few bricks In the opening tho man 11:35 a.m. A full quota and classification ited, daily for Instrumental program wc wit) hare betting on all laces. put In n box. At Ihe Illue Gratt Fair, Ang. 7.12. swtne and sheep has been arranged for Alls Katherhie Hoeh. soprano; Air No. 13 Carolina Special, Whatever the object of concealment tbo week of Aug. at tho Ulue Grass John Dodd, the great baritone, and the College of Agriculture of tho Slate daily 10:15 p.m. Woman's Department In this matter, all would possibly hare Train Schedule At Lancaster, Kjr. JCenyon eonge of University make an educational No. 3 SpeToe Woman's Department of the Fair. The management was compelled the day. and Klwelt In spular been burled In oblivion till the crack of to eliminate thee classes last year on exhibit In Uio Floral Hall of farm, or11:35 p.m. cial, daily doom or for one or two centuries, when Blue Grass Fair, to be held at LexFor more than a quarter of n century chard and garden ARRIVE. account of the foot and mouth disease products and alio No. 9 Florida Spethe building would be torn down, bad ington Aug. 7 to 12. will be more Im- then prevalent, but arc plcuscd to re- Cincinnati hae been reeognlred ae the It not been that Alary Bounce followed portant and cxtenslro this year than instate them with a Aery attractive musical renter of the United States. many other material representation cial, daily 11:52 p.m. To Alaysville, connecting at liichmon ever before. The premium list has been Contributing as much as any other one each Intended to teach Its lesson. the two men. It was about a month No. 27 Blue Grass Spepremium list with L & N to Frankfort & Louisville; after John's Job was done that one revised, and classes offered cover alThe exhibits Include lllustratlre maelement to the fame of tho Queen City cial, daily except most every kind of woman's work and In that rr giint Is tho John C Weber terial from the department of Agruu evening after coming In from work he No 71; 8:35 a. m. Half Fere Retee to Fair. Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. table luxuries. The third floor of the oniy (tolls and crops), Horticulture. Do not fall to visit the Ulue Grass Prize lland, whose splendid musician To Rowland & Stanford connecting was reading a newspaper. Suddenly Art ball Is gtven entirely to this deFor rates, routes and information of under he looked up at his wife and asked: partment and Is usually one of the Fair at Lexington the week of Aug. 7 ship,capable the direction now Its tireless Ilacterlology, Animal llusttandry. Food call upon or address M. J. Coughlin, at Rowland, L & N to all points South and reeognticd and Drugs. Fntutnologr. Velerlnarv director, la did you say was the tiamo oa "What most attractive exhibits of the Illg to 12. One faro rates will prevail ou- throughout tbo length and breadth of agent; 'phone 346. tho building I was taken to for work?" Science. Dairying. Poultry, Homo EcoNo 28; 11KM a. m. Fair. Entries limited to Kentucky only. all railroads In Kentucky. Kvery aftor- the land. noon and evening, leglunlng Sunday, "Ulrklmer & Co." nomics, etc. . To Richmond, connecting with L & Tills Is the Trlio Hand of America. Aug. 0, there will be uingulncent band Alary asked ' John looked serious. These exhibits nro Intended to teach N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington Betting on All Races t concerts, with high class tocallsts In a bating won that title In two national by material htm why he asked the question. the facti & Cincinnati, Aliddlesboro & Knoxville. the Blue Graee Fair Aug. contests, and Air. Weber Is prepared to learned by experiments . grand concert, He read ntoud an article stating that conducted ni the old established (Inn of Ulrklmer .V . tho Kentucky Kxpcrlmciit Station or No 70; 11:50 a. m. by stations In other Mates. To Richmond, connecting with fast Co. had made an assignment. They were prosperous till one morning on SADDLE HORSES AT THE BLUE GRASS FAIR, LEXINGTON, KY AUG. 7-- 12 The purpose of the wholo exhibit Is train to Cincinnati. opening the safe the chief clerk had to Instruct rather than merely In No 27; 2:00 p. m. found that a large amount of negotiaamuse or rntrrtnln the tlsltor. It Is To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon ble securities and some $50,000 In cash on easy matter to arraugu festoons of grain In the abeaf and of Junction to Elizabethtown & Bowling had disappeared. Ihe safe had not been broken Into, and there was no other lenut1ful tilings that may bare Green, and at Bardstnwn Junction to trace of where the had gone been selected from the farm, but such Bardstown & Springfield. or who had taken tlieui. Several eman exhibit does not give the ticctator ployees had the combination of UnNo 9; 8:42 p. m. a lienetlclal Idea tli.it will help him when he returns to Ids farm. It Is to To Stanford, connecting with fast safe lock, and others might have got it from some of them. Detectives had fill this need for help that the exhibit train to Bristol & Atlanta. been at work ou the case, but had been of the Agricultural College Is prepared. haflled. None of tb.j employees had Again, the worlc of conducting these absconded. exhibits h an effort on the part of the college to get Into rloso It did not take John Bounce long to arrlvo ut the couUuslun th.it he had with the farming public with the County Court Days. up the mlsslm securities Th walled Idea of mutual helpfulness. mornlug. guldtd by his wife, he next of the college will Is) In Richmond, 1st. Monday. went to the oillce of Ulrklmer & Co. constant attendance for tho puroso of Paris, 1st. Monday. and nsked to see one of the tlrm. Both consultation, llnlletlns on vnrloiis farm Frankfort, 1st. Monday. were conducted to the private otflco of topics will Isj dlstriliuled freo jf Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Air. Ulrklmer. ami John, having cue charge. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. fully closed the door, told his story. Stanford, 2nd.AIor.day. Mr. Illrkluu-- nt once took him dowu Increased Premlumt et Olue Gratt Fair. Shelbyville. 2nd. Alonday. Into the basement, but there was no The premium llt of the Hluo a rasa Carlisle, 2nd. Alonday. artificial light there, and It was sn Fulr has Ismmi retlsed this jear, and obliged to wait till . dark that ho was there Is n very not loon bio Inereaso Iq Danville, 3rd. AIowl?'. lump could be procured Thu pl.ice nearly nil classes for lite stock. CatLawrenccburg, 3rd. Alonday was vat'iiut except for some luinbr tle. sisie mid sheen bavo been rn. Nicholasville, 3rd. Alonday, ' I 'bEEEEMI EEEEEEEFPT piled up against the chimney fi'uudj ItiHtiiltsl. ami the public can xs assure4 Alt. Sterling. 3rd. Alonday. EEEaEsEEEEEEEEEEmBs tloii, which had been closed up. John of a big display In thes0 classes. Outs '"EEbESi BEEEEEt 'i M'ltt&mmp&mmW''dmw . Somerset, 3rd. Alonday. 1 .JR.SSEiL.iBSSSCv I removed thu lumber, assisted by the standing among the features of 1It4 Georgetown, 3rd. Alonday. impatient Ulrklmer. and the newly bs k exhibit will be the Hereford Cats LANCASTER. 4th. Monday' laid brick stood out In contrast with tie .Show, for which tho Association bj Winchester, 4th. Alonday. the old. offering I,imh) u premiums. Jolui Bounce got u Job at removing Alonticello. 4th. Alonday. Tho liianageiiiciit has assurance Oaf what ho had so lately put In and soon ono of tho greatest displays In thM Versailles, 4th. Alonday. w hich was discovtook out tho box. In class that has ever boon seen at ered the missing property. No one exFair. cept John and Alary Bounce nud Mr. Ulrklmer knew of John's revelatlou 8uckllng Mule Stake. and tbo finding of the missing properAnother featuro Is tho stake ty. But tho head financial clerk saw mules, foals of 1010, cither sei Mke no deal for silo without John when he entered the otHce and wiucii the Assivclatlon Is offering getting our figures and fixture. WV Immediately dlsapicarcd. premium or fino.OO. This will five more and better anchorage." Ulrklmer & Co. at once resumed, and Stauncher door frame. out ono of tho largest ring In the John Bounce became Janitor of the door. Steel step ladder, wry or Fatni. Liberal provision building, with several watchmen under ,Up every 18 inches. Better compere.' also lccn mado for other classes tire conttrucu'on throughout htui. Not only did be receive a good mules as well as Jacks and Jenne salary, but was presented with a home. Altogether tho premium list tot 1BU li THE proper thing Get Our Prices firm was Incorporated be When tho u ine most attractive, ever offered (or a lady or gentlewas given some shares of the stock. ADULU horses will be au Important featuro ut this year. The llluo Grass Fair, to be held Aug. 7 the Blue Crass Fair, and copy of i Before You Buy to 12, will offer stakes and purses for all ages aud classes of laddie horses; also for roadsters, Hue barn eat The clerk who had hired John to lay win be mailed upon application man to present nowaOur diied alipmtM el eterae a i (. the brick doubtless tnteuded at soma horses, Shetland twiiles aud a full quota and classification for the thro great breeding classes-standJona W. Dam, Becrttiry, brfd. mm tiaaiiaf Mlis and operating days, when making thoroughbred aud saddle horses. future time to take uway the securities ton. Ky. NUMB Mia for YUaabM booklet la TTaw at DMraf Saw. 78- h u ii rata but to hamAB balnrs. j orfar vaatmr. arr aa, Dllr u hmUii ml aa, H ii The following are the dates fixed for holding the Kentucky fairs for 1916 as far as reported. days. Tnylorsville, August Henderson, August 1 -- G days. Danville. August 2- -3 days. FREE ATTRACTIONS AT THE BLUE GRASS FAIR AUG. 7 TO 12. WEBER $1,000 IN PREMIUMS MLlTARY BE pRZE MND WL AT BLUE HEREFORD FOR CATTLE. HEARD GRASS FAIR 14 tm mm days. lltrea. August l!lu Grass Fair, Lexington, August 23 That there will be plenty to tee and hear at the Blue Qraes Fair 94 I The management of tho Illue flrnss Fair, desiring (o make the cattle department an outstanding featuro of their annual cx. hlblton, has Increased the premium list to 11,0(10, with n revised classification for Hereford cattle. This class, always a most Interesting show, promises to bo ouo of tho best ever given In Kentucky. This Famous Musical Organization Has Twice Won. In National Contests Against Ilia Bast Sands of Mas Amulet. Personal Stationery J Cot-tum- 1 BWBHmMAr vjB 1 Central Record. POSTED Three-Tear-O- IJ ") Time Table. Danville, North-boun- I Southern Rail Road. 1 Ath-letl- c T South-boun1 s La &N rari-mutu- 2 , Perl-mutu- I con-ta- Itepro-sentatlv- 'fmmmm WHllHEHiEfirE ijbj .xtrrrW, More Silo Steel-hinge- mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm MLess Money four-latc- h 73 3 Engraved Visiting Card call.. Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices (or 50 or more. A Neatly fray tile ymw u ttt rWes u trm aril laat HM.tr thai five yen. s ard tmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm KENTUCKY SILO CO. W. P. Klnca'id, Mgr. Stanford, Ky. Jtffrrson'Schoof COMPLETE TWO YEAH OuUUUL rev IIASELDEN BROS. Agents for Garrard County, owi , CENTRAL RECORD 1 Ilk 9mm term, Ja. I. laie ryf m fur brt la outMUi (r(- - m. tf. f wm Law. We are equipped to do any and all kinds of Central Record. Phone 43. "l.EK Srolri22!T'e atbu.rwi Lancaster, Kentucky. i The Central Record, Thursday July 27, 1916 Danville's Big Fair For 1916 New Management. $2,500.00 In Premiums. Splendid Attractions. Big Roadster Ring Every Day. mat LADIES FREE THE FIRST DAY. LITTLEJOHN'S BIG CARNIVAL ON THE GROUNDS. HUGH TARKINGTON, President. AUGUST 2nd, 3rd and 4th, 1916 J. THE. PROPER COURSE To Every BEECHER ADAMS, Secretary. 'i Mr Dock Simpson had the misfortune un.rki Mrenm N very troi.-lIn n ratfMi, called urge" which forces Its to lose a cow by dcatli Monday. wuy up the torrvtitl: I streams of the Mr. and Mrs. Talton May were in Amies, gripping v.. th Its mouth nnd Madison Saturday and Sunday. toothed ventral pate ns n ulng Salt, lime, sand, cement, rock screenlever. It can climb up many feet of ings. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. smooth, water-worrock. Miss Marie Hallard has returned to Lancaster after a pleasant visit here. Let's Find Our Friends. Mr and Mrs Dock Simpson were It Is about time to look the world guests of Mr Hob Simpson on Poor wp have nny friends Ridge over und see' If Sunday. who can help us preserve free InstituMrs Wm Fain who has been suffering wo tions Intact on this hemisphere-- If have no friend', let us behave so ns to from a stroke of paralysis for several deserve Uieiu. Let ui neipilt ourselves months is very much improved. so that nations will see In us a desirMrs Lucy Kidd who has been here able ally, nnd not a parasite for whom visiting relatives since June 1st has rethey ore to pull chestnuts out of the turned to her home in Winchester. fire. Frank It. Vrooman, In tho CenItev. Ragan begins a series of meettury Magazine. ings at the M. K. church here Wednesday evening which will continue for ten days. WATER FOR POULTRY. Misses Sue Higgins of near Manse Should B Supplied Frsh, Oft.n and and Lottie Simpson of Round Hill, who Abundance, In have been guests of Mrs. John Land During tho summer when It Is exand Miss Lema Hollon have returned tremely but the water In the founts should be changed several times n day, home. writes V. It. Templer tn the KnickerThe following were guests of Mr. bocker Press. If you doubt that tbo and Mrs. John Land and Miss Hollon chickens notlco tho difference try this Wednesday, Revs. Stallinga nnd D. F. out for yourself. Itemovo tho water Sebastin Misses Lottie Simpson, Sue from tho fount where It has been stand-tufor several hours and has become Higgins, Marie Ballard, Sarah Reywarm and place therein some fresh nolds and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Teater. cold wntcr and note how tho chickens Mr and Mrs John Land, Misses Marie will Immediately crowd nbout tho fount Hallard and Lenna Hollon motored to for a drink. They need this ns much Round Hill where they were entertainns wo do, and where they aro deprived of It they suffer, and whero you make ed by Mr and Mrs. E. L. Simpson and conditions of this nnturo you will tlnd Miss Lottie Simpson, Sunday. They were also guests of Miss Sue Higgins that the chickens rill not do as well. They will prefer to drink from nny on Richmond pike Sunday afternoon. pool where water has settled after a rain, no matter how Insanitary a place Worthless Gift. It Is, than to drluk the tepid water from "Every tlmo Dubson opens bis dirty founts. Theo founts should bo cleaned with mouth he gives himself nwuy." "Even boiling water every few days to take nt that he's no philanthropist." Nothing Is so away tho Impurities. Quickly tainted as drinking water, nnd Good In Many Worries. whero the fountains nro never scalded A mnn ought to have so many worIt Is no wonder tli.it thcro Is sickness among tbo chickens. If you will take ries that none of them will cause hlui the founts that nrc to bo used for any particular trouble. young and growing chicks and scald tlicr.i you will st least le assured that Cloakroom Chat. there will be no mortality because of "I got my constituents nn $S00,0no nny dl?c:n.e that may bo lurking In tho post olllce." boasted Congressman old founts. Keep tho water fountains tn the Flubdub. "They ought to bo grateful, shade. Change ttu water frequently eh!" "I dunno." said Congressman Wommd you will 11ml tint the chickens will ptefer the founts to the pools In tho bat. "I prefer tho individual note. t yard where the sai.ltnry conditions are When you send n man a package nf free seeds he sort of feels certainly cot the best. you have done something for him that personally." Louisville WEARING THE LAMBS. 1 11 n g ten-cen- BEASLEY. 5' WAY up i . the nv ..tains of Western North Cnrolirn n:e tl.c I'cr.ut. ul t ti attractive resorts of Ashcvsllc, Black Mountain, Hcndcrsonvillc, Brevard, Lake Toxuw. y, Saluda, Wnyneoville, (Lake Junnluskn), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vacation at o..s cf thess cool nnd clcliphtfut places cr nt Tate Sarins, Ten. Kound trip Excursion dr.l!y, y.xxl until 0:tobcr 31st, via lickcts nrc on Contrrtnr at lUarli Hrft.l drivwnln.tloi.il MU.ion.rr nl Mi.ut.UIn. Ilklct Crtal n4 Wrri:tc, N. C. lil Junttu.li.) Utl-- SOUTHERN RAIIVAY of h South nllowcd nt oil points. Three special Low Fare Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. Stop-over- s Fcr full Information sec Ticket Agent, Southern Railway, or write B. II. Tix! J, DUul.t lmcntr Accnt, Louisville, Kentucky. Diaw A Check for tlio money you ov e nnd note how much more res- v The Garrard Bank pectfully your creditors regard you. They like to do Imsinass with n mnn who 1ms nn account nt the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. They know he is doing business in a busiress like way. Hetter open such an account even if your affairs are not large. They will grow nil right. & Trust Company THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. Capital $50,000. A. H )KN!JY, Surplus $30,000. Vice Pres't. S. C. DF.NNV. Cashier. J, L. GlI.I., Hook-Keep- President J. It. T K. STOItMP.S. JuilliY, Ass't Cashier. Safety Samual Deposit WE Boxes For Rent. SOLICIT YOUR HUSINESS. Stornics. S. I). Cochrnn. C. Denny. J. Alex It. Denny, J. II. Posey, J. E. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. IBHEBHHHMBBHBnBMBiKaHMfiValHilMi Stop At The Gait House When In Louisville. EUROPEAN PLAN. Mrs. Green Morgan is still ill. THE STOCK RAISER. Mr Fate Sowiicrs has purchased a One of the best ways to kill Lancaster Citizen. new Ford car. wild garlic In pastures Is to turn Sunday school nt the Ileazley School In sheep. How to net in an emergency is know-leilg- r More rapid rains are mndc by of inestimable worth, nnd this is house is progressing nicely. pigs on good pasture, nnd the Miss Ollie Hall spent n few days last particularly true of the dieares nnj ills risk cf sickness Is nlso lessened. of the human hotly. If rou suffer with week with Miss Kay Ileazley. Don't j mil; nnd abuse the kidney, backache, urinary disorders, or Miss Itay Ileazley is at home after a horses for your own lack of wisany form of kidney trouhle, the advice visit to friends at Flatwoods. dom. contained in the following statement Ily actual experiment It has Miss Alice Sowders was the pleasant idiould add a valuah'o asset to your guest of Miss Maud Smith Sunday. been found that by feeding liny with corn the cost of store of knowledge. Whit could he Messrs G. and Calvin Sowders motorfattening pips has been decreasmore convincing proof of the efficiency . ed to Sunday in their ed almost of Doan's Kidney pill than the state- new Crab Orchard Lambs will begin to eat grnln car. ment of n nearby resident who has used when nbout two weeks old. Mr and Mrs Steve Sutton and little them and rublicly tells nf the benefit He sure that the mnre Is cool derived? R.C. Faulkner. It. F. I), no daughter spent Sunday with his parents before she Is put with her colt. 5, llox no 131. Paint Lick Ky.. says "I Mr and Mrs George Sutton. S. S .$ J ,4 Mr Howard Henfield of North Car.J J .5. J $ 3 J sulferrd for some time from n weak back and a dull pain through my loin' olina was the guest of Mr Gilbert gave me milch trouble. I learned about gan Saturday and Sunday. FOALS Doan's Kidney Pills and used them. They A large circle of young folks gather-le- d SAFEGUARD soon remove the aches snd pains." at the home of Miss Laura Sowders Price 60c, nt all dealers. Don't simply Saturday night and had a joyful time. AGAINST ACCIDENT ask for a kidney remedy get Daan's kidNew Crop, 1910. Crimson Clover seed ney pills the same that Mr. Kaulkner for sale. Old feed will not germinate Props., properly. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. had. Foster Milhurn Co., Iluffalo, N. V. Colts should not follow marcs nt work Mr and Mrs Charlie Wooten of Sugar In fields dining summer and fall. They Creek spent Saturday and Sunday with should be left In clean stalls, vnddocks COY her parents, Mr and Mrs FateSowders. or pastures where they cannot hurt themselves, writes II. IX McCartney la Mr. II. L. Sipple bought n horse from the American Agriculturist. Colts love Dillanl I.itterel for JlfiO. conn any, and where there are a numMiss lona Dunn ui the week-en- d ber of them on the fnrui they should be together whllo the marcs arc In the guest of Peachie .V.ne Sanders. fields. Good sense nnd Judgment must Itev. S. II. Hine. of Howling Green be used In allowing tbo youngster to Orphan Home u ill be at Scotts Fork ' Gall Stones, Cancer and Ulcers of the suckle nt noon nnd evening. It Is very Sunday. I necessary to keep tbo colt free from Stomach and Intestines, Itev. Miller, ot Ohio, preached ut tion, Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis and accident. Wlro cuts, nail pricks nnd Scott's Fork Saturday night, Sunday oilier fatal ailments result from Stom-Uic- li bruises produce severe losses on many and Sunday night. Trouble, Thousands of Stomach farms whero colts aro grown. To Just Mrs. Huford Wet and Miss lorn j SulTerers owe their complete recovery tbo extent that n mnn keeps his colts Dunn were visitoig of Mr Lee Ilrown to ainyr s vtonueriui iiemcuy. unlike i freo from accident ho Increases bis profits. Old sagging fences must bo I ,.. r-ti.- i. a:i nnd family last Sunday. straightened up. corner posts mast bo Mr. and Mrs. John lioherts and sale by It. E. Mcltoberts in Lancaster, set, nnd broken boards with nails In daughter were visitors of Mary San- and druggists everywhere. ,t them must be gathered up. Every pre- ders and family last week. firs. Mary II. Preston, Mr. nnd Mrs. Caddie's Criticism. Ine Duncan, were the gutsta of Mr. A beginner on n brimd-nogolf cnur-- o Lynn Cobb and family Sunday. In the southwest of London wax Inning a particularly trying exMiss Peachie Mne Sanders has returned home after n pleasant visit to perience on it hole laid across n well- liieiinlng but evasperntlug plowed Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter nt ltucl.-ejHeld. When he did not miss the ball he hit t'lo ground behind It. I1U We buy rye, barley, oats, corn, wheat cuildie. summing up the position with We pny the highest market his cold. professional eye, remarked ami liny price for grain. to his coiupnnloii: "My word! It Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. wouldn't cost blni much It be wns new-Ial- d eggsl" A series of met ting will begin at this 4ihiln' with place August fit!)., conducted by Itev. Lloyd, of Lexington nnd Itev. Huston, CARTERS VI LLE. of Henderson, Ky. We hope to have one of the greatest revivals ever held Little Hattie II. Davis who has been l'ercheron horses are popular In nt this place. very sick Is better at this writing. tht?nlted States for several reasons,- one of nhlch Is their disposiMr. and Mrs. JelT Davis entertained Prescription tions. They aje ever on tlielr mettle, yet not nervous or fretful. a number of their friends last Sunday. ior They aro free workers nnd seldom Miss Myrtle Carter left last Sunday loso their heads, A headstrong Is rare. Tho animal shown rtmnlr fur fr IS )tiri th ataiularil ritiniallr. all tUn for a short visit with friends in Indiana Is a )carllne I'erchcrori stallion. illtwaaca. A liquid urJ jNrinf Miss Eva Merryman wus the guest from itch, tic, ftocamt ft.oo. Your luuiitr rtUtf bark If the flrit bott) does not Uintf rou of Mrs. Mary Clark Saturday and SuntUft Alk aio about D. l. U. Soap. caution possible must bo taken to day. guard against Injury, becnuso it means K. K. McItohcrtH. Lancaster. Ky. Mrs. J. U. Davis was the guest of tho saving of money. her aunt. Mrs. S. M. Davis last SunFiles, too, must bo guarded against HAMMACK day night. by having tho bum clean nnd by hav ing manure plies aud nil breeding Mr. und Mrs. D. L. Gabbard art) visMrs E. G. Hnmmnck has been very grouuil tiles cleaned up. Shelter iting friends and relatives in Clay from thefor sun lu summer Is another sick, but is better. hot county this week. factor that Increases tbo growth and Miss Nellie lle.ulev is the guest of Mrs. Addio Dais and Mrs. Kate thrift of tho colt and Increases tbo prof Mrs Lytha Hammack. Metcalf were the guests of Mrs. Annie it to tho owner, it pays well to handlo Miss Hcnii Poynti r is visiting relaIbo colts tho Urst summer. They should Starnes last Sunday. ut Crub Orchard this week. tives bo broken to halter. Their feet should Miss Lola Turner left last Saturday bo picked up nnd, whenever they ueed Mr and Mrs Jim Hotner were guests for Livingston whero she expects to It, trimmed. It they aro bandied tbo of Mr and Mrs Jim Coldiion, Sunday. stay fur soni9 time. first summer much of tbo work of Mr Webster Faulkner and wife ' atMrs. S. M. Davis and Miss Susie brcaklug later will not bo necessary. Suntended preaching ut Hiech Grove Good care and management tho first Davis were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. day, summer wilt can so tho colt to become John Davis last Tuesday. a bigger mid better horso and a moro Misses Ida, Minnij nnd Goldia Susie profitable farm product Miss Martha Carter und Miss were the guests of Miss Hallie Davis were the guesti of Mrs. Susie McQuerry, Sunday, Information of Priceless Value Likes to Travel Against Stream. The tendency tn git ns:ilnt the y GUNNS CHAPEL. .maBwiMfjjww.i.i!i'ji?Mi c D.D.D. Eczema GOOD ROOMS FOR $1. PER DAY. Fine Dining Room with Excellent Service Meets Trains. and Low Price. Free Auto-Bu- s Turkish and Electric Bathes. Write for Reservations. J. c GREENBERG, Manager. " Mrs Arthur Green of Villa Grovo III, is visiting her mother, Mrs Samson Archer at tbis place. Mrs Willie Hall of Lancaster has been visiting tier parents, Mr and Mrs Arthur Hall the past week. We will buy your wheat, store it, or exchange It for Firet Patent Flour. Hudson, Hughes nnd Farnau. Miss Ollie Hall has returned home after spending n f w days with her friend, Miss Itay lit .izley. Protracted meeting will begin at Good Hope tho first Tuesduy night in August. We are expecting good revival as Itev. Dotsu i of Hurrodnburg will conduct the sei vices. ltenfro lust Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Hlulfard Jennings were the guests of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Allen last Friday night. V The Itev. F. P. llryunt tilled his regular upKIntment at White Lick Hap-lichurch Saturday and Sunday. It is Our Hour Is not adulterated. guaranteed to please you. The price is right. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. Pierce Allen and Mr. nnd Mrs. Charley Crutcher were the guests of Mrs. Eliza Conn last Sunday Miss Cora Hook and Miss Katie lloltzclaw were the guests of Miss Eirie Dawson of Kirksville last Saturst FEW DROPS BOURDON POULTRY CURE of; Udders of tho Ewes Should Be Closely Watched at This Time. Tho weaning of tho lambs should be given some thought. The time of weuuliig should deieud upon tho ewes nnd the lambs, says tho Farm and Fireside. Tho lambs should bo weaned between tho ages of four aud flvo mouths, but wbero tho lambs aro strong aud growthy ami the ewes thin they should bo weaned earlier iu order to allow tho ewe to get Into tho proior condition for breeding. Whero tho lambs aro backward nnd the ewes nro thrifty they should bo nllowcd to run with their dams for n longer period. At weaning tlmo tbo ewes should bo taken oil feed that Is very nutritious nnd succulent and given sotno dry feed that will stop tho How of milk. Tho udders should bo closely watched. Tlio owes with u largo supply of milk should bo milked a few times to arcld spoiled udders. At weaning tlmo the lambs should bo put on fresh, nutritions pasture with some grain. They should bo separated fnr enough from their mothers that neither the lambs nor tho owes will bo Lamb disturbed by tho blciitlng. should bo so handled at weaning that they will keep on growing aud gaining In weight Success In sheep husbandry depends uiHm tho man. Hvery farm should have a small flock of sheep. The slzo of the (lock will depend iioii conditions. If sheep nre properly started nnd cured for they will provn 11 valuable sourco of Income. should bi "nipped In the bud", fcr it allowed to run serious results Numerous cases ol consumption, pneumonia, anl "er fatal disced back to eases, can a cold. At the first sign ola cold, protect yourself by thoroughly cleansing your system with a few doses o! unchecked, mar follow. THEDFORQ'S the old reliable, vegetable liver powder. Mr. Chat. A. RjRland, o Madison Heights, Va.. says: "I have been using Thed-lord- 't Black-Draug- ht la th drink In water Hikes Hens Laj Amiilngly Roup, CuMi. Cholera, Trvt rota Sick make a 12 At drug. gUtsorbyiuailpoitpald. Vaiu abla poultry book free. NUMOfl KttCDT CO. UUfljjtoi, j. Cure 50o bottla net. One medicine. rations) ol Llwbtrueck day and Sunday, Sold by J. R. Mw$l(Son & Co. Cart ef Horses' Fest. ( Most of tho HNir feet are duo to Im proper care. A lmron feet should o trimmed ut lea.t every six or eight weeks. In trimming most of the work should be done lih u rusn. If tho nippers ure used im iiiikIi of the hoof Is generally cut uu.iy, while If tho rasp Is used only n ..lull amount Is cut away nt a tlmo and the foot can be kept level. Hulk tin Kansas Station. lot stomach troubles, indigestion, and colds, and find it to be the very best medicine I ever used. It mikes an old man fed like a younn one." Insist on Thedlord'i, the K-orielnal and genuine. The Central Record, Thursday July 27 i- -l 1 1 19 lb. No. 231. 104 acres, highly Improved two miles of Lancaster, splendid land, M I II 1 1 1 1 H rf jj 4- - 4 Teed laying hens for flavor of eggs. Clover, bran, wheat, nlfal- - $ ? fa, oats all these are useful In - forming a rich, delicately lln- '. ! By C, C. DOWSFIELD ! Vored egg. $ Ill.1cU1e.1d In turkeys Is nn In- s fcctlous dlseatc of the liver and FEEDING FOR FEATHERS. COMFORT FOR THE COW. ' Potntoes continue to be one of tho tho Intestines. No euro for It, has yet been found. j beat of the money crops. This product ' Wise Dairymen Will Proteet Her From The best way to have eggs keep is suited to farms of all sizes and Is Half Grown Chlckene Require a' Oen-- I eroue Ration For Thle Purpoie. J- the Sun and Insect Pests. fresh during the hot weather Is almost unsurpassed for profitableness S Wo know that during t lie first year $ A great essential necessary for large to have Infertile eggs. among ordinary Held crops. of n chick's fife tbe feathers nro lost Is that tho cow be The molting bens do not require , milk production For some years tbero have been pre Heedless Indeed Is the n ration very different from bens S cnnifortnble. and renewed more than nt any other dictions that potntoes would not long lime, wrltrs n correspondent Sunflower seeds In on n range. ono who has been unmindful of the of the $ persistent manner In which cows hnrc remain a paring market crop, owing to I Albany Knickerbocker l'ress. It Is es- their season nro good. ( way to get rid of lice $ worked day nnd night, who has profit probable overproduction. Nevertheless scntlal, then, that theso chicks The best bare on poultry Is to dust each bird ed from the full palls of milk and J el prices havo averaged high, and proproper food for the growth of feathers ! separately with n good lice kill- - ? who has not realized that tho mild duction goes on. Michigan, Wisconsin, nnd the bone material which makes up temperature, the bright but not hot I'cnnsylvnula, Maine nnd New ork lng lewder. S .4. ,S Q sunshine, the nbundnuce of fresh nlr $. .J. t ,. t, j 4. $. 4. '! have potato crops upward of JflO.OtW,- tho frame of the chick. ? Wo have found that a combination of $ J and the freedom from tiles nnd Insects 000. The latter, In fact, has reached "$? 4" J, have all contributed to the comfort of fS3,flOiMja. Several other states are wheat bran, oilmen) nnd beef scrap easy, even tempt- abovo the cows nnd made It will help them very materially In FEEDING GRAIN TO them to their hardest. WATCH FOR RED MITES j ing, fortho sun iswork nnd files come in In thousands of cases the potato crop growing feathers nnd bone. Tbo wheat Now hot has paid fanners at the rate of f KXlati bran Is usually fed In borpcrs alone. swarms, says Kimball's Dairy Parmer. acre fir more. un This can lie cxit-ctcCOWS ON PASTURE There will lo no comfort, no peace, for der favorable conditions, but not otherIN CHICKEN COOPS' tho cow from morning until night For wise. An average of nn nere would be fair, and while tho aim should be Thero ore somo questions that cannot for tbe $100 mark, n return of $W Is All through the hot weather watch be answered by "yes" or "no." And so better than any grain crop will do. It Is regarding tho question ns to out for the red mite. The beginner In Is apt to be Innocent of the whether It Is profitable to feed grain to poultry danger from this blood sucking pest, cows that are on pasture. Thero nre some things, however, that writes J. - Woodbury In the I'arui nnd are ery certain and not open to argu- rireslde. Sallying forth nt night from ment, says Kimball's Dairy Tanner. It hidden recesses, the tultes gorge themwill pay ami pay well to feed grain to selves upon the defenseless chicks. At good cows when they nie on poor pas-tur- daylight they return to their hiding nnd it will not pay to feed poor places, leaving no trace to betray their Wslt. cows at any time. The hidden parts of n coop may be Thero comes a time each year when pastures nre nt their very best, when literally nllvo with mites, and what Is yenra no Until nbeut twenty-fiv- e cowg other than tho most highly pro- considered n most thorough Inspection the Guernsey breed of dairy cattle was not bo well known or insular ductive ones refuse sllago and grain. may fall to locate them. as some of tho other breeds. DurThe beginner notices that bis chicks They nre then receiving feed In abunears, however, the ing recent dance and n properly balanced ration, come out of the brooder or coops In the Guernsey haj come to tho front pheer merit nnd today morning listless and weak," nnd even through as Is evidenced by the overllowlng palls stands In the front rank of milk of milk they give iilght and morning. though tho weather may be witr.i tliov ruTATOES A US A OOOD UONET CHOI. and butter producers. Tho cow They need no grain, and It Is well for a huddle together as If cold nnd t.p omm shown la a pure bred Guernsey. time to withhold It, giving the powers and die without apparent can .. II Soil that Is sweet well drained, full of makes nil sorts of changes In Tied, cn of digestion n rest. orpmle matter nnd free from parasitic Unfortunately tho favorable season tllatlon. etc., which, of course, are nil self protection sho villi bo compelled to life will give bumper yields of (iota-toe- s lasts but n couple of mouths. Then Ineffectual as long us the chicks nre ex i hunt the pools of water or the shade of under systematic cultivation. grass gets short nnd the cow begins to posed nlahtly to the attacks of the trees and uso her energy fighting files When n farmer has such land he should Among the central purpose fowls ns do his decline In milk How nnd get loor In mites. and keeping as cool nnd comfortable the Mack takes high lest to bring on paying crops. rank. llc'.r.K of kooJ size and to which mites cmi keep she can. Under these conditions' It Is Soggy or Impoverished land Is not to flesh. Sho Is still on pasture, but conThe extent fcoo.1 UjtnK qualities. It la ditions nro vastly different. If nt any hidden was revealed to me quite by Impossible for her to produce milk be used for potntoes. an lilral treed for the farm. These time of the year she needs grain she accident. A flock of my chicks had cither largely or profitably no matter fowls nre of rty gentle dlaitoal-HoOne great ndvautage In raNlng needs It now. She says so herself, but been acting ns above described It was how well she may lie fed. Hnpldly sho potutoes Is easily hnr..llM ami the hem that they havo high feeding make excellent mother. The bird will decllno In milk flow, never to reIt Is only the thinking man who undervalue for live stock nnd poultry, so that pictured la rt IU.ick X.snashan cock. turn to the snmo high piano of producstands that the decrease In milk flow a tivity until she freshens again. Mil- the crop Is not N. loss no a matter how and flesh arc but the signals calling for When farmer has lions of dollars Is tho toll thus exacted low the market assistance. by tho files, bugs and cxccsslvo beat a heavy supply of potatoes he Is able to and they aro permitted to eat what Just as soon as the milk flow begins to decrease It will prove profitable to from tho men who milk cows, but do sell off his grain more. closely than be they will of It This Is kept before begin feeding grain and soiling crops not protect them against these ravages. otherwise could. Potatoes boiled and them from tho very start The ollmeat To prevent this loss Is not a difficult mixed with mill stuff arc an excellent Is mixed In with tho dry mash later ou task, and each year finds moro dairy- ration for cnttle, hogs nnd fowls. or when they nro about two mouths men following tho course of wisdom. Culled Ktntoes should generally be old. The beef scrap Is fed sparingly at On farms where the campaign of swat- used In this way. liotb early and late first nnd Increased as the chicks grow ting tho fly Is practiced tbo number of varieties have special merits unci work It is well to say right hero that It will A pay any one to purehac tbe very best theso pests is becoming greatly les nicely In double crop schemes. scned. Tbero are sprays tbat will keep grower instead of experimenting with grade of beef scrap that they can se those that remain away from tbo ani- every variety that he hears of should cure tbe best Is none too good. One thing Hint Is often neglected li mals, and ho who has his stablo prop- - get one or two kinds that arc known to ' erly ventilated th providing of sbado for tbe growing for winter use can eas- be good and stick to them. ily darken It nnd provide quarters tbat The necessity for disinfecting seed chicks. This should tic arranged for will protect his cows from the blazing potatoes is evident All seed from nn. regardless of what other work msy de. rays of tho midday sun. known sources should tie disinfected, mand your attention. Tbo hot summer Hero they can eat green feed or as well ss all concerning which there sun will soon siwll tbo plumago of your growing birds and take the luster from sllago, mako milk nnd rest comfortably Is the slightest (doubt One method preparatory to grazing the pastures at of disinfecting Is to soak the potatoes the feathers. Admirers of the Ilolsteln breed Because they are good winter layof dairy cattle contend that this Change tbe water several times a day night when the sun Is on tbo other In a formaldehyde solution, a pint to ers, desirable table fowls, mature breed la capable of doing a greater side of tho world and tbe Insects era thirty gallons of water. This Is the during tbo bot days of summer. Tbe rapidly and have rugged constituvolume of business that Is, milk asleep. This will Incur some extra best method for ordinary potato pests. birds will appreciate it and will come tion! the Rhode Island Red haa beproduction at less expense than the come one of the most popular of other dairy breeds. The Ilolsteln work and perhaps a little expense, but If there Is a large quantity to be dis- along much better than though they American varieties of poultry. A a cow u kind, docile and has great the question as to whether or not It infected a good way is to place thtm were neglected In this particular. It is market birds they stand high. The capacity tor converting roughage simply astoutshtng to note how much will pay well has been conclusively an- in au air tight room, laying the potacock shown la a single comb Rhode Into dairy products. The cow here swered In tbo affirmative by Da mo Ma- toes on trnys or boards so that the air water a lot of young chicks will get laland Red. pictured la a pure bred Uoletcln, ture every year slnco tbe cow was can get lietwecn them. Then for each away with. Tbey are inretcrato drinkers nnd need a constant supply7 converted Into an artificial being with twenty-thre- e or silage. Only a small amount Is re- not lice or mice, I argued, for I bad tbo ability to provide largo volumes of 1,000 cubic feet of space use Tbe half grown flock should bo gona ounces of potassium pcrtnauga-nat- e quired nt flrst but as the drought prayed tho coop frequently, nnd It ap- food for mankind. and three pints of formalin. I'lncc through now and then and carefully comes on and tho grass deadens tho peared to be free from these pests. At for the permanganate In n thin layer In culled. You can use tho cullsgood broilgrain and succulent food should bo length a rat gnawed Into tho coop, and you a price the bottom of a pall threo feet or more ers, which win bring DRYING OFF MILKERS. gradually Increased at n rate that tho I changed tbo brood to other quarters, at tbo market, and nt the samo time It from the potatoes. Pour the formalin will give tho cuws will continue to produce with that where they at onco began to mend. rest of tho birds into the jiall and let stand for twenty-fou- r chanco to grow, esioclally If a better persistency which Insures n profitable A few days later I had occasion to Large Producing Cows Must Be Hanyou sro hours or longer. go to coop No. I, and what was my dled With Care to Prevent Injury. year's work. for room. If disease or Insects nre known to be craiuiod All experlenco nnd experiments have surprise to find It swarming with mites customary method of drying off Tbe Furthermore tbo growing stock should shown that cows will give more milk not red uow, but nlmost colorless, as tho avcrngo dairy cow Is simply to In tbo soli It Is best to spray regularly bo well graded. Do not let chicks of and keep In better condition )f fed they were not filled with blood. There omit every other milking until tho milk Bordeaux Is the most effectual remedy all ages and sizes grow up together. grain when on pasture. Some oxperl seemed to bo millions of them, sumo so flow diminishes and then skip still for pnrasltlc diseases. Of chief Impor- Tho larger ones will crowd the smaller incuts show that there Is no Immesmall as to bo almost lnvlslblo to the moro mllklngs till It stops entirely, tance Is early spraying. The mixture ones, and tho result will bo that they diate profit from feeding grain, tho cow ' naked eye. They bad been driven from says tho Farm nnd Fireside. Some- for both Insects nnd fungi Is mado as will not do nearly ns well as though merely paying for tho feed nt good their biding places by failure to secure times tho process will require two or follows: Copper sulphate, five iiunds; they were by themselves. market prices, but only tho short sight- tbclr nightly repast threo weeks, but usually less. A cow fresh lime, flvo iwunds; water, fifty ed man would fall to feed becamo of I When thus Infested with mites coons producing less than ten pounds of gallons, parls green, one pound, or lead BRYANTS VILLE this, for It Is tho after effects tliat give had better bo mado luto kindling wood. milk dally may bo dried off any time arsenate, three pounds. Those who tho profit . bUt j! T Miss Cecil Howling has been visiting t'jo caso of good broodcra thor- - j without injurious results simply by have n large ocreago can afford to keep a stock of this material on band, using friends nt Jackson. tTbe onowbo looks ahead realizes; Oftgli sealdtug and treatment with kero- - stopping milking. that winter will come before bis cows 6ene nnd a repetition of tbe treatment High producing cons are moro diffi separate vessels for the llmo and tho Mrs. Margaret Sparks, of Nicholas- fresheu again and If they have been a fow days later will usually destroy cult to hundlo In this resicct, nnd some copper sulphate. of crops must be practiced ville Is visiting Mrs. J. W. Glass, allowed to decrease In milk flow during all mites. Itotutlou dairymen claim It is Imjiotislblo to get the Summer, wlieu lullis is cheap, they Miss Elizabeth Hrysnt went to Itich- A tcaspoonful of one of the coal tar their best cows to go dry. Tho first in order to keep tho soli clean. If caEHot bo Induced to givo n largo yield dips to a pint of kerosene will add to step to dry off an animal producing fresh manure is to be used It should bo mond Tuesday for a visit to relatives. when milk Is high. In fact, there Is tho effectiveness of tbe treatment. Ono twenty iwuuds of milk u day or moro applied tho fall before, but welt rotted Mr. Raymond King, of Cement, Cal but one conclusion to draw and ono anmrt crude carbolic ncld and three Is to change tbo feed. If sho Is on pns- - manure may bo applied In tho spring. guest of friends swer to the question as to whether It parts kerosene Is also effective. turo remove her to a dry feed lot If Lime should not bo applied directly e was here last week the Mr Ilrvun llallard has been spending pays to feed cows grain on pasture or planting. Experiments Indicate Abovo all, do not put chicks In a sho has been receiving alfalfa or clover nt nuy other time. If In order to keep coop tbat has remained unoccupied for hay glvo her timothy or similar tbat sulphate of iwtash produces a bet- a few days uith his mother, Mrs V.. It. cows milking persistently nnd nt their a period without careful cleansing. I feed. In winter titno tnko ter quality thau tho muriate. Potatoes, Hanaro. acre weighing ocr best It Is necessary to feed grain, then onco iut n cockerel away tbo grain. which havo a greater value Mrs L. I.. Cunningham lias returned It Is advisable and profitable to do so. IhjuihIs In a small vacated building. Then will: at Irregular lutcrvals, than other crops, will respond profit- home from n visit with relatives at provided good cows nre kept under Tho next morning tho bird lay dead and tho flow will soon decrease. At tbo ably to heavier applications of fertiliz- Salvisa. comfortable conditions, for tiono other under tho roost, bis comb actually end of a week It will fall oft ubout flvo ers. A fertilizer known ns the Miss Katherino Gnnktead, of Somerthan large, persistent milk and butter white, so completely had his blood pounds, and In a fow moro days milk- mixture Is recommended ns a good fut production pays. been sucked by mites with which tbo ing may bo stopjied entirely. Tho ud- formula for jiotatoes. Theso prepared set, is visiting her aunt, Mrs. J. C. building was found to bo swarming. der may fill up, but In a fow days tho fertilizers will pay when used at the Willia ns. I milk will lo reabsorbed, and finally rate of 1,500 pound jht nere, one-hal- f Mr Harold Drowning has returned Treatment For Calf Scours. Olvo castor oil In milk to clear tho tho udder will liecotuo normal. A rest at tho tlmo of planting In tows and the home after si ending two weeks with Filth In Coope and Runways. Is beneficial to tho remainder over tho rows about the Mr Luther liiooks. tract, thn Irritant from tho dlgestlvo You cannot expect to havo healthy of about six weeks mix In each ptut of milk fed dally a chickens If you do not keep tho poulcow, and experience has shown that tlmo tho plants are coming up. Miss Marguerite Woolfolkof Lexingteuspoouful of a mixture of half an try bouses dean and the runways well cows will havo a greater annual yield No farmer should delcnd on potntoes stay with ouuco of formaldehyde in fifteen and spaded nnd freo from contamination. If they nro dried off Instead of being as an exclusive crop, but success will ton came Tuesday for a short Miss Muvme Leu Iiullard. a half ounces of freshly boiled wator. , Tho poultry bouse should bo sprayed milked up to tho tlmo of calving. come by making them part of tbo Miates Katherino and Abbie Elder, Triple sulphocnrbolatcs, to bo bought with somo disinfectant so that tbo llco mixed faruilug plan. Tho soli must bo at tho drug store, would also be likely j may bo kept down and destroyed. It Black Nosed Guernseya. right and 'tbo seed reliable to get good ot Ixjuiivillo. were the guests last week to help In such a caso of scours, due Is hard to keep a coop entirely freo Tbo black noso of a Guernsey does results. With a Uttlo caro on these of Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard. to bacterial action In tbe Intestines. from lice, especially during tho hot not indicate Impure breeding. There points potatoes are likely to exceed the Kew crop Crimson Clover seed for Dairyman. you work nro many splendid pure bred Guern- expectations of those who cultivate Hoard's months, but It Is possible If tale. Do not sow old seed. enough. Is, however, a hard seys with black noses. A few of tho them. hard It Hudson, Hughe and Farnau. Heifers Holding Up Milk. unit or to rid your bouse of them once Guernsey breeders mako considerable Mrs. Hallie Deatherage, of Itich-mon' objection to Guernseys having black Kindness is about tho only thing they get a good foothold. Chickens In th Orchard. with her spent the week-en- d I noses. that can bo followed In preventing a It Is rather a foolish fad that A flock of llveljachlcks in on orchard heifer from withholding bor milk, as Charcoal For Poultry. Guernsey breeders must contend with. will pick up thoilssnds of insects and mother, Mrs. Sallie II. Welsh. It is commonly called. Withholding of A supply of finely ground charcoal Is , There was a tlmo when It wns hold worms and the eggs that batch such Mr W. S. Hsger was taken quite milk Is not a voluntary action on th rood health Insuranco for poultry. A that tho Jerscr must have a black Insects. Tbo eating of these will sup- sick Sunday while on a visit to his part of a cow, but an luvoluutary ac- Undful of charcoal to each gallon of i tongue aud a black switch, but tbU ply the chickens with animal food and daughter. Mrs. Chaa. Hennlnger. tion, and for that reason kindness unit laash will prevent many a bad case of I fuj i,as passed, and wo hope that the do then lots of good, aud at the sam Mr. and Mrs. Joe Gosney have moved be followed In order to put tbe belter Indigestion, wblcb is tbe forerunner of black nose will receive less attention in prevents the Insects from damMr. and Mrs. Ernest Gosannual- - tho future than It has In somo instances time It (a an attitude so she will not wlthhol to Danville Ibo various liver troubles that aging tho trees. '.y carry off many a promising chick. er milk. ney have moved Into the house recenta tie past Hoard's Dairyman. ly vacated by them, Start of Coffee Industry In Java. Mr A. T. Scott has been in Versailles Down to 1030 tbe only source of at the bedside of his son, Mr Ralph coffva supply was Arabia; but In Scott, who continues quite ill ot typhoid that year Qovernor Van Iloorne of lever. He Is Improving and his many tb Dutch East India company refriends are wishing for a complete ceived soui coffee seeds from traders, recovery. who piled between the Arabian gulf t AROUND THE DAIRY. o THE POULTRY YARD. 4 $ If the bclfcrs kick somo when you liogtn to hnndlo their lltllo udders never Mrlko tlicm. Speak i' quietly nnd bo patient '? If you have never used a Bnb- $ cock tester start in now and ? know Just where you nro with f- your herd. ? Success In dairying does not do- 5 pend upon the number of cows n man keeps, but the way In which S he keeps them. Make plans for building n silo If you expect to keep ten or more cows. Tho dairyman should never forBet bis alphabet the three C's. care, comfort and cleanliness. i! !? DAIRY and Making the Little Farm Pay POULTRY . OF - CREAMERY and EGGS HUGHES & SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE HEN LANCASTER, KY per acre. business proposition: dwelling with G room Large basement for kitchen, dining room, etc, large livery turn, two story, upper floor hardwood maple used for dancrf hall or skating rink, two small houses will always rent- - located on railroad, lr. small, but splendid business town. r for the light man. A Price $4500.00 ot will trade for farm. No. 211. frO acres, cm pike near town OF very ferine, uig tonacco uarn ami residence; $n1.(0 per acre. No. 2.',. A number of cottages nt d Ptico $135. No, 24, A good money-make- 4J Come and let us sell jou n farm In Garrard County, where five millions of pounds of the best tobacco is grown annually: where all the agricultural products grow abundantly; where the best live stock is bred; where the blue grass grows, where good schools, moral and hospitable people Bre attracting Lancaster, the many home seekers. county seat, has three banks, telephone residences and building lots ahd business houses in Lancaster nnd suburbs nt attractive prices cither for homes or wHiVLiiiiiiiiiiiB house, tobacco N railroad, one of the lwst graded schools In the State, Inning an endowment fund of $50,000 in addition to a can $:l0,ti00 new school building. sell homes or choice lots near the school. Our price Is the owner's price. We refer to any hank or to nnv ollicial for proof that we will deal fnirly with )ou, as we have done for ten years and have no dissatltfled customers. Improved and unimproved farms of all sizes and various lorntious and ut various prices, but any farm priced at exchange, electric light plant, cream- you, we will make you money. ery, splendid water works system two mills, grain and hemp wareHughes & Swlnebroad, warehouse, on the 1. & The Real Estate Men. for invistment No. 2t. Wo always have on our list other properties, farms, dwellings, stocks of goods, in fact nil kinds of properties either for sale or trade. No. 27, To the man who wants to ee us. If you want to sell at public auction jour farm and stock and crops, let us "pull oil" the sale for sell-S- Uncister, Kjr. ARiSi'S column ltt u the ttle (rtn a. tltt No tttlow tau hrndlfif It lot Ibe eielu. ot our farmer ut.icilWM, bimI It fur of tloli etsin alt.l tiirh Ihtttc on the farmer raimnt a!TuM to a.ttef' will &e arei-ir-italic oirr lour Itauta pt Ibe Hurt, ah-- 1 Mill betMlIf 111 22 !" IT ucres, No. 1 1. ing on two pikes, 1 mile from Lancaster, first class land in every particular, a number of fine building sites, Buscep-tabl- e of division into several smaller farms. Price $130.00 per acre. No. 15. 213 acres, I miles out on pike, highly improved, mostly in grass, good land, ready for business, $75.00 arose, lire nlf hamr its market value. In the Kast capitalists are hunting Nina and Lowell, a real estate; go,l razor. Reward if left at Hill No. 1. 130 acres, on pike. 4 miles S. I.. Lavton. Whitakers from Ijincanler, good lai.d.slightlv rolling, well improved, at ttiO.OO per acre. buck. For Sale; A good Southdown Henry Arnold, Hyattsville. No. 1. 171 acres, 4 miles on main pike, fine lard and well located, good I'Olt S.tl.i: 25 good ewes and 3 extra improvements, at Hlo.OO per ucte. miles good Poland China hoar. No. 3. l'.'l acres on pike Walker Ilradahaw. from town, land very fertile, tenant bouse ami two large tobacco barns. 3tJ flret vear, young mountain sheep Price $l'JU.U0 per acre. for sale. I". C. .McWhorter and J. II. No. 4. 121 acres on good road mile Woods., i'air.t Uck. Ky. from pike, rich land, partly rulliiig, brick house and tobacco barn. handsome, black white Isl W LOST-Ili- g. per acre. nnd tan bitch, just weanad puppirs. No. 5. 125 acres, milo Irom pike, j Left A. K. Walkers July 5th. Any li miles from railroad, good land, fair information will Lie appreciated. improvements, a bargain at $75.00 per Woods Walker. acre. KOR RENT- - My farm of 61 acres No. 6. 310 acres on pike, 2 mile For particulars apply to from good village, residence, stock for 1917. J. A. Conn, Jr. Lancaster, Ky, barn ami tobacco barn, well watered, mostly in grass, hemp nnd tobacco, KOR bred Jersey land ready for cultivation. A moneyHull 18 months old. Perfect color and maker at fCS.OO ier acre. II. J. Tinttey. marking. No. 7. 200 acres of as good land as Lancaster, Ky. there is in Kentucky, li miles from pike, well improved at Lancaster, on Keep Busy. $150.00 per acre. To be happily busy busy In doing adjoinNo. 8, SO acres unimproved something we delight In doing r a ing No. 7 on pike at $135.00 per acre. splendid antidote fur worry. For IndoNo. 9. 440 acre, 1 mile from pike on lence Is on odd on tho wheel of life; s land, good resi- sand In tbe eye of energy. Thousands good road, dence, tenant bouse, C large barns, of to whom advenw forr either tune has dented the pleasures of useconcrete pools. A as an investment or to live on. Price ful work have ridden to health on a hobby. $100.00 per acre. No. 10. COO acres, li miles from well improved, residence and pike, BUENA VISTA tenant houses, several barns, fine land, well watered. Can sell the whole at Several from here attended the $115.00 per acre, or will sell otr smaller Harrodtburg Fair. tracts at atrractive prices. Mr, Raymond Ruble has recently No. 11. 150 acies on pike, good land purchased n Ford car. 3 well improved, good neighborhood, Mr. William Monday, of Georgetown Price $W.OO miles from small town. is visiting relatives here this wixk. per acre. Miss l.ilu K. Scott visited her cousins No. 12. 50 acres of fine land, 1 mile from Lancaster, small residence, large Mitscs Procter in Mercer this week tobacco barn and other improvements. Miss I.ucretia Skinner, of Shaker-tow- n $125.00 per acre. was a week-enguest of Miss No, 13. 07 acres 1 mile from Lancas- Margaret Akins. ter, on pike, fine land and new improveCol. Jas. McMurtry, of Florida is ments. $125 00 per acre. spending seme weeks with bis son, unimproved, front2U1 LOST--lletwe- en i I I I I SALE-Thorough first-class money-make- 'to per BCre, Mr. R. I). McMurthy Madame Clarence Hazclwood and II. II, Rhoers, of Danville were guests of Mrs. Ilettie Ruble last Monday. Messrs Raymond Ruble, Hrice L. II. Ruble and family, and Joe Hamilton noil family motored to Georgetown Sunday und were entertained by Mr. ar.d Mrs. Joe Munday. to lr No. 1C. 225 acres in state of Indiana 45 miles north of Louisville on II & O R It, fertile land and good improvements, will sell or exchange for other PLEA.SANT HILL. ' Mr Wm Mnthew is very much better. Miss Delia Johnson entertained sevNo. 18. 125 acres, right at town, old eral friends Sunday. time brick residence, large rooms, brick School opened here Monday with Miss out buildings, attractive borne, good Virgiif Carter ui teacher. land, susceptible of making a suburban Miss (iusaiu Metcalf w.s the guest division, a number of fine building lots. Sunday of Miss Grace Estes. fronting on street, but we must sell us Mr and Mrs Robert Carter spent Suna whole, has never been on the market Further particulars and day with Mr N. T. Grow nnd wife. until now, Mr and Mrs Sale Hurt entertained a pi ice on application. 19. 200 acres, on pike, 4 miles from number of friends Sunday at dinner. Miss Jennie Sparks was the guest Lancaster, very high class improvements, large handsome residence, large Sunday of her sister Mrs Jim Hicks. barns, silo etc. Can be divided into Mr J R Sparks and wife wero guests two or three or more farms, but we Sunday of their daughter Mrs Hicks. must sell as a whole at $150.00 peracre. Mits Callie Estes was the guest SunNo. 20. 117.19 acres by survey, 1 day of Misses Mlnnieandlnez Simpson. mile from pike on macadam road, large Mr Frank Land and wife were guests residence, new tobacco barn, stock Sunday of Mr Luther Rainoy and family barn, good land, limestone soil, a barMr and Mrs. Walker Hurdett spent gain at $11,000. Sunday with Mr Milton Estes andwife. No. 21. 147 acres 11 miles from town Mr Harmon Davis and wife spent the on pike, fair improvements, good land, very productive, partly rolling, can be week end with her father, Mr it. Z. property. Jafftfson'Schoof .1 life foaT baWs) m and Java. These seeds were planted eaaVl. H and thrived so well tbat the Indus- uaullarsa.Jaa.l. aka atiaoat Oct. 1. Mett. 4aaBBW lal soon made Java ftllaUtM. AeeMtoUwurUsw4ls try of BufMlli TmU1 UbfOfiMh lf rUKKttbUlOUMi one of tea richest poasetulons under Mill iMfasbl. rsTIMtotoM fcuhUtg TBs.lJgrw tbe control of tbe historic Dutch Kast fc4iiai Itili rm4f tu trto. wrtM India company. OUQTT KNrtDUII, Sfy, Utwlt, coefte-growlu- g kMl D two teak oouiux.. wm ooaiixrs Lav. The Central liecard $1.00 Per Year In Advuce. e I. LMCMter, - - Ketcky. divided, price as a whole, $80, per acre. No. 22. CO acres, on pike 41 miles from Lancaster, good land all in grass, 6 room dwelling, stock barn, tobacco barn and other out buildings, Improvements all new. $5,000.00. No. 23. .68 acres, 5 miles from Lan caster, on pike, right at school and Quite a number enjoyed a very deto two other churches, accessible lightful picnic at "Kings Mill" on Dlx county 'seats, small residence, large Tuesday afternoon. The affair river barn, good, young orchard, Una location being in honor of Misses Katberlne Grlnstead of Somerset and Miss Mar-gutri- ts for dairyman or stock man. Price on application. Woolfolk of Lsxingtcn. Price. Key Thornton filled his regular appointment here Sunday morning and evening. Mr and Mrs C. G. Gay and Mr and Mrs John Lane spent Sunday with Mrs Mary Simpson. Buy your winter's supply of coal now and save money. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Miss Clara Pollard and Willie Ray were guests Sunday of Miss Pearl Bolton and brothers.