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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 3, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916080301_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 3, 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 RELIGION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY SEVENTH YIAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 3. 1916. Hand Us That $. GOOD APPOINTMENT NUMBfcR li. JUDGE CHAS. E. HUGHES KOIt RENT My house nnil three Hon. II, Clay KaufTman has just re- Will Open Campaign In Ktnlucky Al ncren of land, just out of town limit?. ceived an appointment from Governor Possession given nt any time. Stanley, as a delegate tn the Southern Lexington. 0. I". Terrill. Phone 169. Appalachian Good Itoad Convention Judge Charles E. Hushes. RmiiiI,! which will convene at Lexington Sep' tember 6th-- . and continnn for four days, candidate for the presidency, will open FAIRVIEW MEETING. the campaign in Kentucky at Iexing- - E (5rent preparation tre being made ton on September 5th, He will pcK REPORT INCORRECT. for r protracted meeting which will in the Auditorium. iffl This announcement begin at Fairview church on Sunday. A telephone message from Danville was made from New York, Tuesday. August I3ti, states that it is being reported through nut this county that several cases of EFFORTS BEING MADE mi LIGHTNING KILLS HORSE. infantile pnralasis has been discovered Hoylc county. They ask us to sav To Hare The President Fire Opening Gun Mr John Holtzclaw who lives near in The best made. All of cooking Gilbert Creek, had the misfortune to that the report is incorrect anil that no In Kentucky. lose n vHluahle marc hy liirlittunir lat cases of this character are either in or near Danville. Monday night. Congressman Cantrill and House and Senator James are endeavoring to have 1 GOOD MULES. MORE LAND SALES. resident Wilson open the Kentuck W. II. llurton bought a nice pair of Garrard county farming lands are campaign at Winchester. It has bee four year old mules of Oaks nnd Price being sought after and many reports auKgesiea mat tne Democratic open last Tuesday, for which he paid $4W. are coming in that would indicate there ing lie shifted to September 5 to con first-cla- ss to be found in a We who will They were mare mules mid weighed to will be several more changes in the tlict with the Itenublicans. C. B. Hughes as their principal gether about pounds. next few days. A sale of recent date have Store. was a piece of unimproved land sold by attraction. Mr J. II. Ilourne, containing forty WANTED. call and due. Your account SPECIAL MEETING acres, to Mr. Forest Calico for $120.00 We wish to buy h copy of a History per acre. Mr. Ilourne J Informs us that All kinds of Fisliintf Tuoklu ami Hiise Hull Goods. Of City Council Called For of Kentucky, by IVrrin, llattle nnd this same tract of land sold about D1 Knilfen, nnd published by llattey am twenty years ago for The new Llectric Light franchise. the sum of $30. Co, Louisville. Anyone desiring to sell an acre. It lies about five miles from nuicii me city attorney nas Just com audi a copy, call at KKCOItl) ollice. town on the Iluckcye road. pisieu, win be read for the firat time before n call meeting of the council to' E31 nignt. the public is cordially invited MANY THANKS LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. KENTUCKY SHARKS. and asked to attend and l at 13 We wish to express our thanks nr.d IS At this time, when the country is this meeting. The proposition of an rrraJ7iL,Bir7ti."?iifp appreciation to those good readers who rrjii!JijfTHjrJi:THjffifRiJwrfjipijQj being aroused over the discovery of hlectiic franchise is the most import supnhed us with copies of June -- 2nd man-eatin- g sharks off the Atlantic ant transaction that will come before and July 13th. V are indebted to this body during the next five years W Mrs W. it. Moss, Mrs.D.M. Lnckey coast, and the subsequent death of sev- and the citizens should show their in eral persons who were attacked by the 1). Wearren, Mrs James Million, J. sea monsters, comes the announcement terest by attending this meeting to George Momii. Josie ltogers. that a shark has been seen in the Ken- night. LU --tucky river. Farmers say that havoc -CD RECEPTION COMMITTEE. has been plajed with fishing tackle, and SPLENDID FARM SELLS. Heptesentatives from every county that country people along the stream Wesl Place Brings $122. Per Acre. are considerably alarmed over the sea D any and nil scnsons you will find us doing our At r3 in the State have been named by V tiger. More rational people contend licst to ileservr your patroiiMgu. Amrsnaii liunui, cnairman, to act as a I he splendid farm of the late Mrs. that the "shark" was nothing more reception committee September 1th, We know of no better way of deserving it thnn by when President Wilson comes to Ken than an unusually large gar that was Itebecca West which has been adver tised in this paper for several weeks running the best sort of n grocery that we know how. lucky to nccepl ttie Lincoln farm on causing all the excitement. Gars sev-erLU feet in leugth have been crught at was sold as advertised, last Tuesday behalf of the nation. Those named from Q That means never relaxing our watchfulness of tlii;. this county are Messrs J. E. Robinson different times in Kentucky river, and afternoon. The farm contained about l it is believed that it was one of these 2S3 acres and is located on the Kirks-vill- e and I.. I.. Walker. that and the other thing. It means being satisfied with long nosed individuals that was mistakand Hiattsville pike and is about O modest profits. en for a shark six miles from Lancaster. Messrs J. O TIE UP YOUR DOGS. Ii. and E. L. Woods were tne fortunate It means many other things too- - but chiefly it purchasers and the price paid was $122 The farmers living on the Stanford EVERYBODY OFF means GROCERY GOODNESS an acre, or a total of about $33,000, Pike who have posted their land for tu The farm is considered one of the best three yean, are making complaints Today is a gocd time to put us to the test and the FOR DANVILLE. in tne county nnd those who seem to againit the owners of bird dogs that urticle may be whatever you happen to need. The Danville Fair which began there know the value of real estate in that re running loose over the country des troying the nests of the phersanta and Veiterday is drawing good crowds from section oi me county, say the farm is quail. The law provides that such dogs this county und the majority of the well worth the money. can be shot, and owners had best tie population of Lancaster will be on 1m-J'ossession: will be given. January 1st -t ; i hand tcday and tomorrow. p their dogs. They have wit. running implements sold Well as did the stock. One three year old mule the best show grounds in the state and LU reports say they are having the best sold to W. K. Cook for $83 and a four APPENDICITIS. See Names of Cakes. of year to same party for ilG4. One four fair ever. year bid horse mule to J. I. Hamilton, Miss Jennie Wheeler of this county ' IH nu sisier oi ur. w. A. W heeler, was IA1: JL for $100 and a mare and two mules HUGHES FOR tricken with appendicitis last week and colts to Tom Chestnut, for $135. Col t was successfully operated upon I. M. Dunn, of Danville, was the auc at the llerea hospital. She is now improving MALLY ACCEPTS. tioneer and he did it well. Dr Dt rapiuiy. In bifl nddra aifantim tlii ILn.,1,. I Mr Donaldson Jones was alio strick (rAfln Anil TEACHERS en wun me ureaueu mnlauy ami is re ican nomination for President. Charles ... . covering after n successful operation at E. Hughes assailed the administration Dr. Canfield Ad for its course in Mexico, tirenarodneas nold "O Institute, the Danville hospital. We can Tobacco, Hemp, Wheat and maintenance ot American rights dresses Teachers. during the European war. He declared Gome see us. or in shock, SQUIRREL LAW. .... i, jfuncv oi nrinness ami con- ine uarraid County teachers are There has been some confusion in the sistency toward Mexico, "unflinch- - holding this week an Institute which is minds of the hunters regarding the op- ing maintenance ot rights on land and one of the most eniovable and instruc- ami auenuale natioal defense. live in th liwtnn. nf en season for the killing of ixiuirrels. sea ,.wil. M,, V e denounce all plots nnd conspir- - Jennie Higgins. The season opened July 1st, nnd lasts Kentucky. Countv Sunerintendant. until December 15th. It used to be acics m the interest of any fore.ign na- - is in charge of the work, with Dr. MoI that the season begun along the first of tion, ' he said. He indorsed the worn- -' Dougal, of the ltichmond State Normal n s suiirage piank in the platform. . School, assisting as June, and hunters were bagging squir instructor of the A fourth of the address was devoted Institute. rels enrl. but to do so before Julv lit Too much credit cannot be given to Miss Hiireins for her etliciencv is a violation of the State game laws to the Mexican situation. and punishable with a heavy fine. und for the hard and painstaking work she is doing. It is not only at an InUNIQUE ENTERTAINMENT stitute that her influence is felt, but PAINT lTcFbREAKS EVEN. throughout the year, she is constantly GIVEN BY WOMANS CLUB'.' '1 he Paint Lick first team won from touch with every phase of our coun Whites Station Saturday by a score of The Womans Club will give a unique ty educational system. 13 'J. The features of the game were Dr. McDougle has proved himself an ard interesting entertainment Friday n home run by Ilisle and a squeeze evening August Uth for the benefit of able instructor and the fact that he play by Hoop and Ilisle. the Library. Mrs. Emma Kautfmun.as has been secured here for several years Hie Paint l.ick seconds were de- chairman of the library' department in the same capacity speaks highly of feated by Silver Creek on the latter will have charge of the alfair, but asks his ability. grounds 0 0. The same teams will The Department of Music is in charge the help nnd cooperation of every mem play a double header at Paint l.ick ber of the of Mrs. Gillinghamof llarrodsburg, who club. Saturday. The entertainment will be given in conducts the children's hour every reflection and Blue Belle i&e following List Prices - m OIL STOVES kinds g on Majestic Ranges. Thomas Rakes. is Please m Ford Gars and Chassis f. o. b. utensils Detroit, Michigan will become effective IfCORMACK AND THOS MOWERS carry everything Hardware August Ford Chassis Ford Runabout Ford Touring Car . . . . . 1st, 1916. . . . . . . . . . settle. I' Conn 5' Brothers. i RAISIN POUND. Winter, I FordCoupelet Ford Town Car Ford Sedan We guarantee that there will be no reduction in the above prites prior to August 1st, 1917, hut can give no assurance whatever against an advance in these prices at any time. .... . $325.00 $345.00 $360.00 $505.00 $595.00 $645.00 2 SPANISH Spring CAKE. Summer Autumn Haselden Lancaster, - Bros., Kentucky 2 Wholesale and Retail Hardware. 2 We are now putting out in 'J GLEN LILY FL made from NEW WHEAT, The quality is fine and the flour is as good as can be made. We manufacture FLOUR and MEAL using only Garrard County Wheat and Corn. Lets us and make the use of our own products unanimous. Theo Currey. 0 S e .... ! Border "Ad" for WJLinHd IP 3103UO d3 .... .. Garrard Milling' Co HAMMOCKS KEEP COOL. i I 1 I I I I I I V" Insure your graineries. stack EIORE & Lancaster, Bl HOPPER 3E1E it BUGGIES AND IPS) HAMMOCKS $1.50 $3.00 MoRoberts Drug Store Surplus $50,000. NOTHING TO CHARITY. WAGONS 1 distant relatives. Green, the worlds riches Woman, who died a short time ago, in her will leaves till but about $.".,200,000 of her $100,000,000 to $150,000,000 es- tate to her son, Col. K. II. It. Green, ami her daughter, Mrs. Matthew Aster Wilks. Of the remainder of the estate approximately $3,074,000 is bequeathed to the daughter, in a seperato ten year trust fund to be managed by her broth er. To her Mr Wilks, Mrs. one should miss. Green bequeathed $5, 000 as an appreci-tio- n of his having made an untenupi tl "WHAT'S THE REASON" relinquishuulshment of any claim on his wife's propetry. She leaves nothing to Ilatson & West sell overalls ft charity and only $20,000 to friends and $1. when others get 11.35 for the llettie tin school auditorium and several arusis irom a uistance are on tne pro gram. Miss liertu Jean 1'enny will de- light the audience with her violin music ml perhaps a whistling piece. Miss Kliiabetli Ford, a recent graduate of the school of expression will give several readings, which are in themselves well worth the price of admission. These together with vocal and music and living pictures will make an evenings entertainment no jnflernon FAMILY REUNION. Now is the time to buy one cheap. W. J. ROMANS. 9 Lancaster, Ky. Mr and Mrs It. K. Conn of this city had a family reunion, Sunday, July 30th in honor of their daughter, Mrs II. L. Morgan, qf Clay County, and their great-grandaughter, littli Miss Conn of Williamsburg. Ten of the children, thirty grand-childre- n and two great- grind-childre-s- ixty four being present In ill. After the bountiful dinner was served they had music and singing and prayer by Itev. Clere and Kev. Sebastian. All seemed to enjoy the day and It will long bo remembered by Cash. Motbtr, Father, Children and Grand- - "BECAUSE" Children. They lose no bad accounts. May the Lord bless Mr and Mrs Conn THAT'S THE REASON that tboy may spend many more such Their prices bring home days. BACON. GO SEE THEM. same article? "WHAT'S THE HEASON" Ilatson & West sell I'alm Deach Suits at $3.00 when others get $5.00 for same article? "WHAT'S THE HEASON" Ilatson & West sell All Goods so much cheaper than other stores? "BECAUSE" They pay small rent. "1JECAUSE" They pay no big salaries to clerks "BECAUSE" They do all their own work. "BECAUSE" They sell for Cash and buy for Interesting talks are given by the ditferent teachers on tome phase of their worK, and round table discussions . are held every day where all problems 5 of the school are studied. Many visit- a ors have been in attendance among them. Miss Jessie 0. Yancey, Superintendent of Mason County Schools, who spoke on the State Tuberculosis Commission and urged the employment of a County nurse, to look after the cases of Tuberculosis in the county. Yesterday afternoon, Dr. Canfield, 1'resident of Central University, addressed the teachers and a number of others at the School Auditorium. In a masterful address he brought out the fact that the mission of the teacher was of the highest value, for it was in the school that the youth were prepared for active citizenship. "I believe in preparedness of the nation", he said, "to withstand attacks from a foreign foe, but no great nation was ever defeated by an enemy until it had decayed internally". He sounded a warning note to Americans and asserted that the curse of the Nation and the State was the placing of power in the hands of politicians rather than statesmen. Capital $50,000. "A WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT." lie guided in your business methods by the experience of the most successful business men. It is next to impossible nowadays to find one who is not an earnest advocate of Modern Banking Facilities. Life is too short and strenuous to putter away along lines. Seek an alliance with a bank of established reputation, no matter whether your business be housekeeping, farming, manufacturing or selling merchandise. (e Citizens KY. B. F. HUDSON. President. J. J. WALKER, W. 0. P.icney, Ass't Cash'r. Joe J. Walxer, Jr., W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. OF LANCASTER. National Bank '' Vice I'rest. W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Office Phone 18. tbs I leave Sunday for the Cities to buy Fall Goods and would greatly appreciate a settlement of bills owing me before that time. Rella Arnold Francis. Residence Phone 33. The Central Record, Thursday Aug 3 I91t. j CARDS-- l THE PROPER COURSE PAINT LICK Mr Amos Parks is visiting relatives In llarbourvllle. Mr Woods Walker spent Saturday nnd Sunday In Versailles. Mrs Fannie Ends of Muncie Ind, is visiting her sister Mrs J. I). Hurchell. Mr and Mrs E. C Cornelisnn nnd little son were visitors in llerea Sunday Miss Carpenter of llustonville has been the guest of Miss Arnold Ramsey. .Mr. Grant Mctcalf of Richmond Is spending his vacation with the home people. Miss Minnie Jameson of Hnrrisnn Co, is the attractive guest of Miss Sadie ( MARKSBURY Hull Clark sold a weanling calf to Geo Marcee for $.10. Robt Fox bought a weanling calf Gall Stones, Cancer and I'lccrs of the from II, K. Swope for $21. Stomach and Intestines, Auto IntoxicaWm lllnnks sold 2 catvea to Jim Suttion, Yellow Jaundice, Appendicitis and ton for $27.fiOearh, and another for $2.1. other fstnl nilments result from StomNew crop Crimson Clover now in. ach Trouble. Thousands of Stomach Old seed will not germinate Sufferers owe their complete recovery Hudson, Hughes ,t Farnau. proerly. Unlike to Mnvr'a Wonderful Remedy. Mr lml (loins leaves this week for any other for Stomach 'Ailments. For snle by R. E. McRoberts In Lancaster, Kansas City to take n course In the and druggists everywhere. .tf science of "BUtnmoblllng." Mr Lnndram Hurdettc nnd fnmily nf Marion I ml, returned home this morning after h visit to Mr Luther Hurdette IIUCKBYE ami Mrs Ed Clark. ' Rev Ellis of upper Garrard returned Mr. A. ('. Miles was in Nicholasviile I to his hom Saturday after atnrting a Saturday. 11m Miss MaudTeater, of Madison county i class in teacher training course. Normal Convention .Manual is umi. is viriting friends here, The lessons will be continued weekly Mrs. Forest Curtis nnd children visi- by the pastor. Mr J. Hiram Ray Inst week. ted Messrs Jim anil Kil Clark have both Mr. Meml Teater and tnmily visited just purchased new Ford cars from Mr. and Mrs. Mai Carter Sunday. Haselden llros nf Lancaster. Messrs MissAddie Crieillus, nf Ilynttsville Sid and Cherry T. Aldridge who are has been the guest of Mrs. Ray Noel. expert chaulfeilts are here teaching the Miss Katie Mne Dickerson, of Rich- Messs Clark how t.i drive their cars. mond has been the guest of relatives At the last meeting nf the Ladir here. Working Society which met with Miss Miss Peaclde Mae Sanders, of Coy, Eugenia Pollard, was entertained by being served has been a recent guest of Mrs. Hu- delightful refreshment by Mrs. T. I'ollnnl. The society is alio bert Carter-M- r. indebted to Mrs Pollard, who ts not a and Mrs. Holt and daughter. I. nf liuisville nre visiting Mrs. member, fur her valuable assistance in the recent bazar anil supper. J. W. Ilrown. Office at Raineys Livery Stable. -Kentucky Lancaster. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. igT"UsThat$ Information of Priceless Value Lancaster Citizen. To Every VIMS. B. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician OIsmci Fitted, S.tlif.ctlon Gusrantted J.E. EDWARDS, M.D Phone 39 1-- M BUCKEYE, KY. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky D. V. JI. Faint Lick. John JI. Casey, Graduate Cincinnati College. DANVILLE. - Veterinary Surgeon. Veterinary KENTUCKY, J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ofllce Over National Bank. Residence 1'hone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. Three Brown Manley CULTIVATORS to close out at cost. G. C. COX, Manse.Ky g- Office Hour, J H. K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Stormes BnlldlngoTet Hurt tou' umtiure Store. Ander Office: &. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY, TREES Rhubarb. Asparagus, Garden. Write for free Catalogue. Fruitand Shade Trees Strawberry Plants, Shrubs. Grape Vines, Roses, Phlox, Peonies Everything for Orchard, Lawn and No Agts H.F.Hillcnmeycr & Sons. Lexington. 1811. Kentucky. 191G 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 prosecute with diligence all persons 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 carrying out this agreement. Except each of us have the right to kill rabbits on our .arms or permit it to be done by another under our supervision, or the ' supervision of some responsible and reliable person selec'ed by uj. This November 15th, 1'JIB, R. L. Elkin, J no. M, Farra, W. 1). Burton, Haselden llros., J. II. Ualtou, John II. Smith, .1. N. Ross, Fisher Herring, Hughes llros, Withers llros. 11. E. Robinson, W. II. Hrown, Alex Walker, T. A. Elkin. F. M. Tinder, Logan Hubble, G. M. Deshon. II, It. Cox. J. W, Sweeney, W. M. Mahan, J. William, Marcus and Jim White. P. Wilmot, J. D. Pope, Krcd J. Conn, Mrs. David Chenault, J, vV. Elmore, W. It. Cook, T. C. Rankin. Hulfman llros, Sam Cotton, in, G. Anderson. T. M. Arnold. Jr. W. 11. Mess It. K. Henry. Jno. M. White, A. 1). Hradshaw, Hright Herring. R. L. Barker. An aged terrapin which has mads lis headquarters on Squire O. I', Over bey's (arm, near Mt. Olivet, for many KENTUCKY NEWS years, came Into the limelight ngnln recently. He has carved on his shell CUT TO THE QUICK the Initials "C. W. C" and the figures "1S74," which were traced there by .Mr. CamCameron Charles Ralston. FOR BUSY READERS eron wasW. citizen of when county. a this Mr and Mrs Joe Gnley and Miss Ida A tentative rule adopted at the pub(Jalev were guests of Mr nnd Mrs Mid lic hearing of the lire protection in- Ross,. Sundny. The state workmen's compensation snrance code, ns promulgated by Tom I'annell, state Arc marshal, provides Mrs Price Williams and Mrs Shearer act went Into effect August 1. Two children have died In Middles-- that nil private garages In a residence, of Ruthton were visitors of Mrs Edd or within 25 feet of a building, must boro from Infantile paralysis. William, Monday. Lexington will probably be the be fireproof. This rule places private Dr. Smith and bride have moved to place for the opening of the llepub-- ' garages on the same basis with public the rooms they recently rented from ones. llcan state campaign. Mrs Vina McWhcrter. The continued loss of tobacco lines A new $15,000 hospital will be built j In Hazard, the money being raised by 'to outside brokers la Kentucky Is Messrs Gibbt-and Rippeteaii of lng In action on the part of Kentucky Jackson were week end guests of Miss-e- s .Many bodily Ills arc traced to faulty agents. The danger of losing several Alma nnd Mary I. ear. teeth by learned men who lectured nt Important lines at Henderson brought HAMMACK Dr. W L. Carman has been spending the National Dental Association, which 'about a meeting of field men at his vacation ith relatives at Washingvllle, and a committee was appointed In Louisville. Mrs Amelia Ross is on the sick list. ton Court House Ohio. Kentucky will get approximately to Investigate the entire question and $100,000 from the federal government to devise means for protecting the Mrs. S. E. Hammack is sick at this I'nint Lick defeated White's Station good roads fund during the fiscal jear business of local agents, writing. Saturday afternoon on the latter's , County Clerk John D. Hall, of ending July 1, 191". Mr Calvin Coldiron of Ohio is with grounds at n score of l.'t S. has in his possession what Is perWheat Is bringing the highest price I Mr James returned Saturday ever known nt threshing time. In haps the oldest Illble In the county, homefolks. some sections $1.35 per bushel and or In the nation for that matter. It Mr Hunk of Kirksville visit from Akron Ohio where he has held a Mrs. W. T. Noel has returned from n up is being offered, but many farmers was owned by Thomas llethel, of Ire- ed Mr Conn Tudor Sunday. lucrative position fur several months. McCKKARY visit to her daughter, Mrs. Ollie Regie land, and Is dated In 1697. This family are holding It. Dr and Mrs llurdctte Rnmey are at Hryantsville. Mesdames Tuck Miller and Mose The air of expected early departure Illble contains the family record of the visited Mrs Hill Lavvson, Mon- - spending several weeks with their .Mr. and Mrs. Robert and children Mrs Jessie Regie and children of for the border continues to throb In llethels, of Ireland, and the record Is daughter Mrs John Hnght in Stanford. have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Prin- - Hryantsville, spent last week with Mrs Kentucky's mobilization camp at Ft In a pretty good state of preservation dty. W. Hogie. Thomas. Officers admit they no longer notwithstanding the ravages of time Mr and Mrs John Doshcr and children Mr A. V Huvler has returned to his tu 1,1 Cincinnati. Commissioner of Agriculture Cohen visited Mr and Mrs E. G. Hammack. home in New York fear a long stay at the fort. Miss Jennie Turner of Kirksville hss nfter several weeks. Miss I.ida Raney anil Lena Schooler, Is claimed that Louisville has has made a compilation of the reports Sunday. It visit to Mr Wotids Walker and family. of Lancaster have been the iruests of been a recent vWitor of her sister, Mrs good chance of obtaining one of the received with reference to the number Flint t Long. Mr Jim Coldiron left Sunday for Mr and Mrs Rice Woods and children Mrs. Hubert t'nrter. farm loan banks to be established by of acres of strawberries In Kentucky, Mr and Mr J. W. Hill of Point the federal government under the new- and announced that there are 3,226 Oneida where he will be with his sister and Mrs Jane White spent Sunihy in Lime iii sack or barrels, md. ce- acres in strawberry plants In this .Mrs John Walker. Nicholasviile the guests of Mr anil Mrs rural credits law. l.eavell were visitor last week of Mr ment. rock screenings, brick, etc. Hud- Henry S. Darker, President of the state. Warren County leads this Inand M'sS. A. Hill. Miss Ollie Hall entertained fifty two John White. on. llughes.v Carnaii. University of Kentucky, has asked the dustry, with 1.3H0 ncres. Campbell of her young friends on last Saturday Miss Sallie Wood spent several days Miss llueln lleazley who has been I Carnegie Foundation to make an effi County and Jefferson County each evening with a lawn party. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Noel visited her very sick for in Lancaster the past week the guet the pint live weeks is ciency survey of that Institution. The have 150 acres and McCracken County mother. Mrs M.,rk Hogie at Marks- - able to be out agnui. Miss Sarah Hammack entertained a of Judge and Mrs Clayton Arnold and matter will be determined In Septem has 140 ncres. bury the last of the week. Receiver It. J. Colbert has been au- number of her. little friends on last Mrs T. R. Ramsey. ber. We will Imy your wheat, store it ur Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert WhittnWer and exchange fer First Patent Flour. Ilu The model road between Carlisle thorized by the Fayette Circuit Court Monday evening at a bathing party. Mrs Tom lgsilen nnd daughter spent and Sharpsburg through Moorflcld has to collect unpaid stock subscriptions children were the guests of Mr. rnlison Hutira A. Kitrnsiu We pay the highest market price for several days in Heren the past week. been completed. This Is one of the to the Kentucky Rural Credit Associa- grain, hay, straw, oats, rye. barley Mrs. Logsdon going up Sunday to at- .ins. tii if... i. ....I.... .,uiri omituM. Mr and Mrs Daniel Ray and rhlldr'n most traveled highways In the state tion and to dispose of mortgage notes tend the dedication of the new Ilapti.t wanted. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Hessie Ray Sander ha re- ami Ilrjan Rny tin, I wife were visitor Miss and has been under construction for belonging to the association at par, Mrs S. L. Rami of llerea is at the church. turned to her home in Madison county, of Mrs II. Rav. Sunday. with Interest. Of these $17,000 arc two j ears. Our tlour is guaranteed to please you after a visit to relatives here. r notes, and bedside of her sister Miss Sallie Ham"War on weeds" Is now the slogan In 6 per cent Miss Huelah lUnzley will leave the of Trenton City, and city and civic and over are In 5 per cent twenty-yea- r monds, who is very ill with typhoid It is not adulterated. We have it in Sallie Inst ot this month far a visit to friends Misses Mamye Criltelitield, Is claimed that there fever. bodies are working tor a clean and notes. It sacks or barrel. Hudson, Hughes & I,ou Teater and Ethyl Rav visited Mis an I relative in Somerset.' healthy town. An ordinance, provid- will be a ready market for them. Misses Georgia and Zilln Dillon and Farnau. Little Miss Virginia Pearl Walker of Evaree Carter at I.o)d last week. ing a fine for falling to clean up, The new town of Neon In the Much interest is being manifested in Hoone's Fork coal fields, near Whites-burg- , Lell Coldiron and Messrs Less Parsons effective August 1. Mrs. Ollie Hogie and children of Lancaster was a recent visitor ot Mis la soon to have an electric light and Calvin Coldiron were guests of the meeting now in progress at the Elizabeth Johnson Walker. Forrest Ilocook, of Lexington, a Christian church. Rev. linker of Igni- Hryantsville were the guests, last week chauffeur with the Omnibus and Trans and power company, to be organized Miss pay Tudor, Sunday. Mrs Kitd Sitnpsiin was hostess nt a of Mrs. W. T. Noel and family. tion, is an earnest speaker nnd the singfer Company, will remain with the Om by the business Interests of the Mr and Mrs Charlie Dillon, Mr and Well apHmted dinner, Sunday growing town. An Ice plant also ing led by Rev. Howling, the regular nlbus Co., although he was notified Mis Mamjr Crtitchlield has returned complimentary Mrs Robt Parsons and Mrs Tom Par to the Misses I'herigo. that he had fallen heir to $12,000 and Is proposed and It Is likely to be es- sons an enjoyable feature. pastor. The to her home Hi Nicholasviile after n of Lexington. of Illinois, were pleasant guests 600 acres of Florida land, 225 of which tablished at once. Neon Is bound to attendance is increasing nt eacli service visit to her aunt Mrs. Hiram Ray. Mrs Hell I'herigo and daughter. have a big building boom, many lots of Mr and Mrs Arch Miller Sunday. is In an orange grove. and it is hoped much good will de done. Russel and Mason Hendren, of Mad- Missp having been sold during the last The Kentucky Actuarial Bureau has .Mr and Mrs Arthur Hall, Mr and Mr. Dlhe nr.d Annie I'herigo, guests of Lexington, are Mailing at the home ison county were the week-enIssued a complete set of rules cover Web Faulkner, Mr and Mrs Calvin ing the use of the coinsurance clause World's Rainiest Region. of their cousin Oscar Ray and Hiram of Mr and Mrs William Simpson. The l'aducah Prcsa Club has pre- Wnrtlow, Misses Etta Faulkner, Ollie The rnlnle-- t region In the world Is Carter. Eleven sented Mrs. Allle S. Cope, county under the new fetato law. Heaz.ley and Willmoth SutMr and Mr Hurton of Hr.v the Khasln hl!K miles north of rules are promulgated, tho most Im agent for homo demonstration work, Hall, Nellie ton and Messrs John Faulkner and the Hay of llrtigitl. lii Mr. and Mr. A. ('. Mile and Mr. antsville. Mr Tempson nrd Mr W. II. portant one being "When In doubt with an automobile. Mrs. Cope, who when- the annual tho day at Dripping precipitation frequently exeoi-d-- . Hurt, i) ai d Mr the m. II. I'rvnr were U0 ar.d Mrs. Hubert t'nrter atterded consult the bureau." Is a l'aducah woman, has done great Green Sutton spent funeral of the late Mr. Will Huford at Iguest at th. home of if L. Hurton. Attorney General M. M. Logan will work In McCracken Coutny, and her Springs Sunday and all reported a nice mile. be asked for a construction of the services were so much In demand time. Nicholasviile. hunday new Insurance law passed by the last that It was impossible for her to do Legislature before the Insurance Hut Justice to her work. The automobiln lng Hoard decides a number of ques will enable her to get over the county Hons which have been propounded bj rapidly. tiro Insurance companies. Fifty touring cars, occupied Robert Ormes, an officer at the Lou ing farmers and merchants of Mor lsville Industrial school of reform, died ganfield, made a tour of Union County, of wounds received when he was ai visiting various sections to see the tacked by Montle Gueos. 15. and beaten crops. Union has been noted as one over the head with a heavy Iron ball of the state's best wheat counties, but Urines, asleep on a cot, was attacked this year that crop is almost a comIn the presence of eight other boys pleto failure. This has not depressed Maysvlllc, National the planters, who are Tho Hank of enthusiastic Hanking Association and the Union over tho first Farmers' Chautauqua, Trust and Savings Hank Company, ot which Is scheduled for October MayBvllIe, have gone Into voluntary at Morganfleld. liquidation for the purpose of uniting Tobacco growers of the Henderson, In a reorganized Hank ot Maysvlllc Hopklnsvllle and Owcnsboro district The capital of the new bank Is nre again deprived of marketing their $100,000. J. I). Young, of Danville, has a dime product In Germany and Austria by made In the year 1815. This relic na order which became effective re came into his hands accidentally In scinding the privilege granted last change, possibly by tome mistake ol November of sending tobacco to the the former possessor. He prizes it Netherlands, there to be ri consigned Unlesw this very highly and will add it to u col to the central powers. lection of old coins that ho alread new order Is modified tho foielgn market for dark tobacco grown In Kenbad. W. D. Dlllman, rural mall carrtei tucky and Tennessee will be ruined, cn Route 1. Hopklnsvllle, has never the growers assert. In the presence ot several hundred missed a day from work In the fourteen and a halt years he has been In of Kentucky's most prominent citizens, Uncle Sam's service, and he has tra ground was broken for what Is prob veled 110,000 miles. Four other Chris ably the most dltllcult piece of work Han County carriers have traveled In construction of tho Dixlo highway, leading from Chicago to Florida. Tho more than 100,000 miles each. Seventy-fivprisoners from the re location ot thl.i scene Is the very summit of tho Scaffold Cano Hill, formator were sent to Hell Count a few miles historic ot south tho site ot Ilcrea recently to begin road construction College at llerea and the point at under statu aid. Assistant Deput) which Warden Om Rogers Is In charge ol with a the Dixie highway coincides section ot the old Daniel Hooiiq the prisoners, with several guards trail. from the reformatory and the Eddy It will soon bo up to the statos ot HIo penitentiary. Kentucky and Tennessee to furnish Contracting cancer, it Is believed new sources HIGH-GRA- DE ot petroleum production, from the habit of holding a toothpick uccordlng to operators who uru In In Ills mouth, which produced blood touch with all the high grade fields polt-ofrom tho ulceration on his lip country. Tho fields of Pennsyl Hi)gan Hlghtchcu. of Ashland, for of the vania, Ohio, Illinois, Indiana and West twelve jears a member of the Ashland Virginia have been going backward police force, is dead at the ago of 59 at a rapid clip, these states having years. been pretty thoroughly drilled over. Tho flrtt section of the new Cum This summer Kentucky has come for berland & Manchester Railroad, from ward iu production of petroleum at llarbourvllle to Manchester. Cla) a remarkable rule, each month since County, has been opened for freight the begUmilng of tho jear having Your roofing should be made good before winter. trafllc. Tho Initial shipment was a shown a larger new production than train load of staves. Twelve miles ol tbs entire jear ot 1916. Your pigs for fall feeding should be fed tankage and the new Hue are complete and In op Kentucky surety men are complain eratlon. shorts to make more and quicker fat. ing of the ruling ot tho Workmen's At tho llluegrass fair, which wll! Compensation Hoard fixing the bond We are prepared to furnish these for you.' be held In Lexington August 7 to 12, to be given by under the tho College of Agriculture of the Uul compensation at five times the annual scrslty of Kentucky will make an ed premium, with a maximum ot $25,000, ucatlonal exhibit ot farm, orchard and The board has Indicated that It would garden products and also many other require only a nominal bond from con material representatives, each Intend terns which It considered financially id to ttiach Its lesson, ublo to carry their own risk, The Three hundred miners at Fork Ridge, surety men point out that a bond near Mlddleboro, went on a strike, de- would pot be given to a concern which manding an Increase of ten cents oo was not now financially sound, and tach car of coal mined and 10 pel that the purpese of the bund la to cent Increase for the laborers, The :ovcr the contingency ot a concern trouble, it Is said, was brought about secomliig Insolvent, The surety men by the superintendent Increasing tbs urge that the bond be fixed on the size ot the mine cars without any In- oasis of tho liability of tut employer jnder lua act. crease iu pay. I vv Hen-tonWo-mNew-lanLaw-sofive-yea$100.-00rap-Idl- y noon-daI d I , How to act in an emergency Is know ledge of Inestimable worth, ami this is particularly true of the disearcs ami ill of the human body. If vou suffer with kidney, backache, urinary disorders, or any form of kidney trouble, tho ntlvice contained in the following statement should add n valuable nsset to your store of knowledge. What could he moic convincing proof of the efficiency of Dean's Kidney pills than the state ment of a nearby resident who lias used them ami publicly tells of the benefit derived? R.C. Faulkner, R. P. 1). no S, Hex no 131, i'nint Lick Ky says suffered for some time from u weak back and n dull pain through my loins gave me much trouble. I learned about Doan's Kidney Pills and used them. They soon remove the nclies sml pains." Price 60c, nt all dealers. Don't simply osk torn kidney remedy get Doan's kid ney pills the same that Mr. Faulkner had. Props.. Foster Milburn Co.. Iluffalo, N. Y. Our aim is to please every customer. Our advice is free. You should arrange for one years supply of FLOUR LUMBER for fall building. FENCE POST for fall fencing. Hervey & Woods Paint Lick, Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday Aug 3 1916. Miliiii!!'ijimjtiiiiliili''iij '.'jiimj A P. A. puts new joy into the sport of smoking ! 1 HOW TO PREVENT WARNING AND REWARD And Bluff INFANT PARALYSIS Scientific Farming miu To Hunters, Fishermen Trappers. HUNTING MCKNSE All resident owners, landlords and tenants and members of their family may hunt upon their own land without license (when lawful). Unlawful to unt upon adjoining land without li cense vcn when permission Is secured from owner or occupant. Unlawful to hunt without license In your possession. OI'KN SEASONS (Lawful to Kill at This Time). Squirrels (any kind), July 1st to De cember Kith. Doves, September 1st to October lflth (bag limit 15 per day). Quail or liobwhite, November 15th to anuarv 1st (Ijatf limit 12 per day). Rabbits, November 13th to December 31st. IEabbits can Le lawfully caught with dogs or in traps upon your own land for your own use at any time, but the rabbits or parts thereof cannot be shot or sold except from November 16th to January 1st, Open season Includes wild duck, wild geese and snipe not let fixed by Federal Government. 1. 11 MM Bl'i II .lsssssssssssssssssssssssssssssM.HIfJ TOBACCO IS PREPARED FOR SMOKERS UNOERTHE PROCESS DISCOVERED IN MAKING EXPERIMENTS TO PRODUCE THE MOST DE- Dr AI.AN HINSDALE LIGHTFUL AND WHOLE I VStL IM 41 SOME TOBACCO FOR CIG- ITTEANDPIPE SMOKERS. PROCESS PATENTED JULY 30? 1907 RJ.RtYNOLBSTOBACCOCOMWWY Winston SALtM.KC.USA. may live to and never feel old enough to vote, but it's certain-sure you'll not know the joy and YOU WEffil'MHil . ' 'WNOURNINft PIPE AND CIGAR ETT&jivwrL, a patented process that removes bite and parch I You can smoke it long and hard without a comeback I Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality! Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette enjoyment! And that flavor and fragrance and coolness is as good as that sounds. P. A. just friendly old jimmy pipe or a hand rolled cigarette unless you get on talking-term- s with Prince Albert tobaccol P. A. comes to you with a real reason for all the goodness and satisfaction it offers. It is made by DOES NOT BITE THE TONGUE contentment of a i Ptimt Albtft t tlJ 'trjrwAtr fvppr 5c fina. JUr hanJiomt runJ mnt fir hmmitor wifA if mmif ft tobacco and ask for "a supply of P. A." You pay out a little change, to be sure, but it's the investment you ever made cheer-fulleI Answers the universal demand for tobacco without bite, parch or kick-bacIntroduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder than to walk into the nearest place that sells k! st Fringe R. Albert N. J. Rrjnold. Tobacco Co., Win.ton-S.Lm- , C Copjrrifhl 1B16 by R. J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. Country re monks. of of the Monks. miiiU of Tibet Make Opportunities. mini will Imik.. great op. portunltles, een out of the common- rut uml meanest situations. A emit j Coit Deposits. u,i,,k1 to the lands ,, ,lrh ,nluilh, ,1,.,,,,, f cmi have been discovered In recent yours. v,,,., Nigerian i Engllth Moil Used. I Much Destruction by Fire. Safeguard ng Lock.. More property " Pre rJ'-- l S " " by other destrojiu,; clement. pocket Is 11 new ''V rrt? lnprevent let Retards Budding. s inliln'tl ' lje)H on tlie tnalile iloors being turned Ice In mnde use of In n Tims ' (rum the outside. orchard to retard tin- - tuIltris until Encouragement. j desired. Algernon "Old she gle joii iiny Utterly Safe, old boyj" Cliolly "Ye; lie (olil me idle wui going o l'ldlndel- An nstnlogcr predict: that there Fitting ! Important. Ililii next week und usktsl me to call Rill lie trouble next )eur. Tills l.s a Don't crowd uti uuto tin- - of wron gone." Someivllle lie wu fe irillctlon ; there usually Is. jou oax while alii on it rim simply Detroit Vrw I 'rets. Journal. torn- - It on. Make It lit. Twn-thlrd- " nf tin. world's corre-Imili'n- ri In In tin' English liuiguuge. I, '' ARC AD E UnUE Kinnalrd Bros., Mgrs Phone 81. Lancaster, Ky. NIGHT AND DAY SERVICE. CASINOS VULCANIZED. CARS FOR HIRE. FREE AIR. MAMMOTH $12.15 FOR AN ALL-EXPEN- CUE S THREE-DAY- TRIP FROM LANCASTER, AUGUST 8th. Railroad fare $5.05. Board at hotel Including the routes In the cave for f0.50 Round trip tickets See L. & N. Agent. on sale for morning' trains at all way stations. When first went to the wet, a ynuni: mini of twenty yenr, I oectireil employment In n Imnk. It wan n roiik'U country In tliiwe dn)n, roml ni?rnls. Prepared by United States department of horse thieves and the like Ik'IiiK plentl-- l Child Scourge. ofrrlculture.l a em-- 1 fill. The Imnk In which I Perhaps the most conspicuous caiue ployed wan In u Mimlt mlnlm: town of success ln fnrmlng Is prompt nnd 11. f P. ll.U.DPA.N, director of not mnny wople, but n K'x'I deal of tiobtlc- ixlttrntlno cif 111, health i fitting change In type of farming In money In proortlnn to the Inlinl. limits. ' I...H ': T i. lepartment, .New York, has ex- - rcsionso i economic pressure us nmi One day the cnihler lold me that he plained how to detect symp catcd by the market price of products wanleil ine to carry eighteen huiidrel paralysis nnd how-t- as related to cost. The American farm. dollam In currency to a man In Taylor toms of Infantile ward off the disease and prevent Its crs who are mint successful usually utamp villi' who owiieil mid rnu a sense the osTatlon of economic forces spread. mill. The distance wan forty miles, The first symptoms arc fever, bowel long nhend of their neighbors. A largo and there win no public conveyance. disturbances, headache and Irritability. number of farmers change an old es1 mounted n horse mid with n roll of After n few hours pains develop, tablished system only when forced by bllM In my rlsht lioot letf ret out on usually ln the lower part of the legs dire necessity. My only defeiie wan a tny Journey. Not only Is there the greatest opporand In the feet. lit my hip under K cbIIImt Sometimes there ore also pains In tunity to any Individual farmer through my cont the region of the spine. In thu arms I had done aliout half the distance CLOSED SEASON stiff neck. when I overtook a clrl rldliic on horse-bar- k and neck Within twelve hours the patient U Wild Turkey, Native or Imported In the xaino direction as 1 was. move his arms or legs nnd Pheasants, Hungarian Partridge and She was natrldc, and had It not liecn inablo to Woodcock, unlawful to kill before Nofor her feminine costume I would not lometlmes cannot talk. twltcblugs and Vomiting, delirium, hate kmiwn that nhu was a woman. convulsions accompany the progress of vember 15th, 1920. Deer and Elk beIlowcw-r- , when he tiirnisl her face as fore November 15th, 1921. t nle Up her I saw that she the disease. UNLAWFUL TO BUY OK SELL to loil deA temperature of from ll was cjiilii. f'"" I looking, though not of grees lasts two or three days. Unlawful to buy, sell or offer for sale, a retlned type. 1 dolTcd my hat and Sometimes, but rarely, the patient t any time, any Wild Turkey. Pheas-n- t, Imde her hh1 monilin;. She replied to has chills, sore throat and skin erupHungarian Partridge, Quail or the salutation, and we nle on totions. gether. liobwhite, no matter when or where Health Is no protection. Often cull-In those ihijs women were wane In illeil. Purchase or sale of Kabbits to bed apparently well and the west, and I, Indus; joiiii and not dreu pi the night with the 11 iM symji-tom- s rohibited from January 1st to Novem awake In owrthouiibtful, was much plcacd at ber 15th. and are partly paralyzed by mornhavlnt; a tratellni; (sunpaulou of the ing. UNLAWFUL TO SHIP. opposite M'. The Jountf woman did Cleanllno's Is the only known pre- It is unlawful for unv linn, associa not uis iir mere to my company, ami we were noon on friendly terms. She Ventlxe. tion, express company, U. S, Mail, or The Nidation of children In the house naked me more (jucstlons iiImuI myself ny other common carrier, its officers, Is next In Importance. than 1 liked, but 1 Judged that It was servants or agents to receive for trans- Slave, children wash their hands and through the Idle curiosity of a girl, portationor transport ANY game birds. faces often. whom I Judgisl to ls not over sevendeer or elk, provided however, it shall Avoid buying candy. Ice crenm and I teen. not be unlawful to carry a hunter with which nre eaten without being After awhile we saw two men uliout fruits peddlers and storekeepers his game lawfully killed and possessed a iitiarter of u mile ahead of tis ride cooked from wares. careful of by him. Game birds and game animals out from Isddnd a rUc. In tlx- - ground who nre not children ontheir mouths. their Don't kiss raised in captivity can be sold or shipon to the road. Prom the way they Keep their noses clean. This applies ped under permit when breeding stock looked back at us 1 feared they were young babies. as been lawfully acquired. Permit road agents. I Imparted my suspicion especially to In their faces. Don't cough to my companion, nnd she said she issued on request. Protgft them from flies. same thing. suspected the DOGS. srEciAi, rnocccTs ron the makkxt. The genns of this disease, which arc-s-o "Are you armed?" phe asked. small that they cannot be seen with quickly modifying his organization ln Dogs found running, trailing or inj "I have a revolver." which pass through response to changed markets, but such juring Deer or Elk are declared a pub "I got $15 In my iocket," she nalil. mlcroscoiies and "and n gold watch and this ring on iy germ filters, almost always enter the readjustment Is of great value to tho lic nuisance and it shall be lawful for finger. Von take 'em. If ou beat the bodies of their victims through the whole community, for such netlou In any person to kill them when so doing. men off you can gle 'em back to me." mucous membranes of the nose and time becomes correcthe of the changed Tie up your bird dogs during the sum "They're much more likely to relieve throat condition from which It sprang. Let away frotn their us assume, for lnst.uue, that there Is mer months, this will save many Quail. Keep children me of them than you," I replied. "Keep picSONG BIUDS. mates In the streets or nt moving a community engaged largely In live them. And here take this." Song and insectiverous birds protect I dived Into my Usit leg, drew forth ture shows. stock production and that through some board cause feed prices advance to such a rteort nil cases at once to the any roll of bills and handed them to ed ut all times. aer. She txik them and stuffed them of hea'th, so tliat the city's doctors can point that there Is more money in sell BIRDS NOT PROTECTED. Investigate and reroovo lug the raw product than In feeding. Immediately Into a lckct In her dress. English Sparrows, Great Horned Owl, Under such conditions a large number When we came up with the two the patients to hospitals. Adults are not free from the disease. of farseelng farmers will quickly cur- Sharp Shinned and Cooper's Ilawka, men they askcsl us If we hail seen aome stray cattle they were looking If your hands are dirty or it you are tall their live stock Industry" "I'd be Crow and for. and when we told them wo had not careful about the preparation of come sellers of raw feed products, ANIMALS. not they said nothing more, and we your children's food remember that This In turn has a tendency to reduce Lawful to take Raccoon, Opossum, rodo on. I was very much relieved, you can give your little ones the dls-cu- feed prices nnd to Increase the nice a- -s readily as can outsiders. of live stock products, thus bringing Skunk or Mink with trap, gun or dog. for, to tell the ruth, my heart was In my throat It was too wildly November 15th to December 31st, Hnd about the former balance. for some time after the meeting fur can be shot or taken with dogs, October Alpaca In Vogu. me to say an) thing to my companion. With the return of alpaca to style a Spraying For Codling Moth, lit to November 15th, and from Dec ijuleted down nnd bwked very practical material becomes the When I had In answer to a correspondent who ember 31st to February 15th, all datea him I saw-- that her own fashion. vogue or not. It risks when It Is necessary to spray for inclusive. aside at Whether In Fox, Beaver and Otter can fright had lieen either negligible or has been worn under Its more modern the codling moth and whether spray dog, Nov her equanimity very imlckly recovered. name, mohair, for many American wo- ing for the San Jose scale will hurt be taken with trap, gun or She looked pleased rather than scareit men, who are great travelers ns a rule, trees already In bloom. Zoologist II. A. ember 15th to December31st, both days "Well," I said after we hail proceedhave always found this material the Surface of the Pennsylvania depart inclusive. Further provided, when any of these animals are found injuring ed n short distance, "I'll not ntssl to most practical nnd pretty for the trav- ment of agriculture says: trouble you any longer with my prop- eling suit. "It Is nlwoys considered necessary to property, the person whose property is erty." Under the French name of "alpaga" spray all apple, pear and quince trees being damaged may kill them at any "What proiK-rty?many pretty models have been created pest when they arc bearing time on his own premises. Trapping "Why, the roll of bills I gave you to from this material. This fabric seems for thisIf there Is no fruit on your prohibited upon lands of another withfruit. keep for me." to lie known under various name. trees there Is no need to spray for out written permission, and permit I don't reuieinlier your giving me Just as there nre Hue and coarse sergea, codling moth. As you doubtless know, upon any bills." there are flue nnd coarse weaves of this U the Insect that makes wormy must be in possession to show demand. I cast n quick side glmce at ber. alpaca, says an authority. good apples, pears nnd quinces. Kvcry Her expression was very much chang Three samples look nt n distance very fruit grower sprays for this pest. FISH. ed. All that Innocence I had noticed much the same. On closer Inspection Unlawful to catch fish from any of for no other. The first spraying is had departed, ami a resolute tae thinnest nnd finest weave Is markK'foro petals or tlow- the waters of the State other than prilook had taken its place. It told the ed ulpaca or brllllautlne. Tho other made shortly after the Is vate ponds, in any way except with story ut once. She had offered me her two samples resemble each other more crs fall, ond the second spraying that date, valuables as a suggestion that 1 offer closely. The one called mohair Is a made nbout n month from bo used is pole and line, trot lines, hand lines material that should lines, Unlawfnl to take fish her nilno Instead. I hnd been victimlittle closer weave than that which Tho strong and set ized. She had my money. She was u goes under the name of slclllenne. Tho ono gallon nnd one quart of with gig or spear or by fishing under limn sulnhur solution, either home I did not relish getting It brllllautlne looks to be n fabric more woman. gal tbe rock, groping, grabbing, tickling, forty-nin- e from her forcibly. suited to dresses, the slclllenne nnd the made or commercial, lu or sledging, by use of oynamite or othgive me that money," I said ln mohair to tailored suits nnd coats. lons of water, and to this Is added You cither ono pound of dry arsenate of er explosive, by use of poisonous subno soft tone. Is mohair which Crnvcnctto mohair See here, mister," she replied, "If has been treated by n process so It Is lend or two pounds of arsenate of Icai: stance, or to shoot fish in any manner. you Intend to rub me, say so. ltut I practically rainproof and does not spot paste. For tho second tpray use the REWARDS. same material as for tho first want joii to know that Pll get my or shrink. Anyone securing the conviction of San Jose persons violating the Game anil Fish "Where you havo much friends after jou, aud If they ketch scnlo present It Is n good plan to wash Laws, is entitled to one-ha- lf you you'll swing like any other road R. moving Ink Stain. of fine agent." o all tho bark of trunks or twigs that When nn Ink stain Is difficult to paid court officials as direaches! with a pnlnt brush after fees are game was developing rapidly. I The and It the fabric Is whlto apply can bo ($5.00) dollars nw n iHissIble situation I did not like. lemon Juleo nnd salt nnd keep the spot dipped lu very strong lime sulphur rected by law. Also five Frohably she was a decoytun! Uvn solution or very strong tlilcu soap so taxed as costs in case of conviction and posed to the sun. Tho spot should cut out to wajlay me or any trnveler te kept constantly wet with the mix- lution, or spray tho Infested trees the following rewards: ($25.00) Dynamiting fish, twenty-fiv- e when tho young ore crawling on tho and her friends had their eyes on us. ture. Hunting without license fif bnrU with tobacco decoction, kerosene dollars. If I took my money from her forcibly .5, ..ss solution. After tho teen (15.00) dollars. For other convicthey would come down on me ond .$ emulsion or ,.j.;. .?. hang me fur robbing n woman. of the $ leaves drop this fnll spray again with tions a reward equal to one-ha9 ? "You'u! got me." I said, "but there's tho strong lime sulphur solution.' MIDNIGHT SPREADS. It is necesssrv to file a fine collected. a risk for you in this business. I can written statement from trial judge get n posso after you, and If they get p Vor years It has lieeii dinned ? stating that you are entitled to reward. their hands on you It will go ban! with Into our cars that wo should nut o ar.d that fine lias been paid. jou. How much do you wnnt to set eat before going to sleep, nnd we O "THREE C'S" OF MILK CARE The Game und fish Commission so tle?" J hnve foregone ninny u pleasant o of every citizen licits the "How much you goti" she said. ? bite for fear of sacrificing our i o Dairy specialists havo evolved of the State to enforce the Game and "There's J50 111 that roll," I replied, good health. And now along ? o a simple little formula for tho Fisli laws. Information . of violations "perhaps more. I'll glo you half. t comes a noted phyt-lelaand o caro of mlllc In tho home, and ... . ,u . I Call It If you don't accept tno given will ne appreciates, uou me tells us that many morning bend- o tho samo formula will npply to DfTer I swear I'll have you In the uches were merely the result of l o keeping milk anywhere. It Is name of the informer will be kept hands of the vigilance committee withhunger. This does not mean that strictly confidential, but name aud ad o tho rule of tho "Three C's." tho in forty-eigh- t 5 hours." wo can Immediately proceed to ? o "C's" standing for "Cleau" and dress must be signed to all communica She pondered awhile, then suld that ? gorge ourselves with nil sorts l Kxcel-leo "Cold" aud "Covered." tions. she would count out ('M und return of sweets nnd not have to pay S o Fish rules for tho dairyman evAddress all mail, Game and mo the rest. Then I studied awhile the penalty the next morning. o erywhere, eveu though they wero Commission, Frankfort Kentucky. as to how I could keep her from know. S Sweets should be eschewed dur- o written with tho consumer of J. QUINCY WARD Ing the amount sho had lu ber possesIng the midnight repast, am! one o tho milk In mind. That first rulo sion, Executive Agent Game and Fish should substitute some wholeo should bo ono of the cow keeper's "Xo," ! said presently. "Give me tbo Commission. Cheese and some sandwiches. o articles of faith, tho second ono money and I'll give you your plunder. These laws will be strictly enforced. fruit sandwiches are wholesome o means a well filled Icehouse for you don't do that keep It all, and If and nourishing and can lie eaten o tho farm, nnd tho third aud last L. E. HERRON I'll see the committee." with Impunity even during the o means enro nnd forethought District Game Warden. The bluff told. Sho handed me t weo small hours. o Tanu Progress. roll; I counted out 10, handed It to o Saturday Holiday. ber ami. putting spurs to my bona, OOOOOOOOOOtiOOOOOOO The beginning of the Saturday half-holidtailored away. might be traced to uu old-tlmFoods of the World. custom uiuong southern pluuters. "On A survey of the world's foods shows Saturdays," buys Professor Snuford In of the viands have that one-hu- lf "The Story of Agriculture," "for either nre salty und tho whole or u purt of the day, the sweetish taste, one-thir- d one-tent- h sour or bitter. slaves were relcused from field work. . . . lu many cusea they used ihls tlmu and Suudaya In which to euru A Difference. money for themselves by hlrlug out woman and doing odd Jobs. There were many You can make u lilt with a you can' Year in Advance. by culling her u vision. Hut lustuuces in which kluves purchused. cull her u bight und get uwuy with It, their freedom' uud that of their fumll-le- i - -with money turned la thU way." Cincinnati Kmiulrer. i i A Sanitary Engineer Gives Ui Some Practical Suggestions DOLLARS FROM FORESIGHT. About How to Ward Off the Th. F.rm.r Who Notes Economic Germs of Poliomyelitis, the Grca! Chang. U.ually Mk. th. Profit. D ,$. !. oooooooooooooooooo $. 4J,S'i,'l"$'JS"'$'issV4 The Central Record $1.00 Per - Lancaster, - - Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday Aug 3, 1916. citizens of this nation In 'whatever NOTABLES quarter theV were asasiled, tokcep the beacon light or human hopes and aspiincorporated, government shining Rest In Capital Cemcterr Twelve Gov$1.00 a year. rations toward free issued Weekly. at a period when darkness had engulfed ernors, Ten Senators, Seven Amnil Europe and was reaching out Its J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. hand to the home of free governments bassadors And Six Generals R.L ELKIN. Local Editor and Mgr. here in the Western Hemslphere. The Central Record $100,000 Of Your Money Mr. Taxpayer Has been paid to the present Congressman from the Eighth District, in Salaries and other Perquisites of office during the Ten or so years he has held the job. Entered it Member t the Office In l.nncn.trr, Kj. Mull Mutter. Beconit cl rot Buried At Frankfort. HcBEATH. Mrs. Emma Jones Mclleath, who resides on the Danville Itoad, died at her home Sunday night after an illness of three days. Her sudden death came as a shock to her many friends and relatShe is survived by her husband ivesnnd two children, n daughter of seven Mrs. years nnd a boy one yenr old. years old and Mclleath was thirty-on- e wns a daughter of Mr. Mack Jones, proprietcr of the Hedgeville store. Funeral services were held at the horn Tuesday morning, conducted by Hev. G. W. HutTman and Rev. S. II. Pollltt. Kentucky Press Association and (Frankfort State Journal,) The endless procession of years marching in columns of fours, has seen Eighth District I'uliHshe rs League. Lancaster, Ky., August 3, 1916 Rates For Political Announcements For 1'recinct and Citv Uffl;es . . .$ 5.00 10.00 r County Ollicea 15.00 tor State and District Ollice 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications in the interest of Individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, 10 05 SIMPSON. The announcement that J. W. S. per line Simpson had died at his homenear Jud-so- n Inst Sunday evening, came as a shock to those thnt knew and loved him. Democratic Ticket. While it was known that ho had been in declining health for the past yet few knew or realized that the end was so near. One week before his death he was seen and greeted on our streets, although It was seen that day that he was sutTering much pain. Having married 23 years ago he leaves a wife and four children to mourn the For President loss of a loving .husband nnd devoted WOODKOW WILSON, father. He is also survived by several of New Jersey. brothers and sisters, all residents of this county. After funeral services at For Vice President his home Monday afternoon, his reTHOMAS li. MARSHALL mains were laid to rest in the family of Indiana. burying ground near. In the death of We are authorized to announce Miss John Simpson, Garrard county loses a Jennie Biggins a candidate for County good citizen and a Christian man. School Superintendent of Garrard County, subject to the action of the HAGCR. Democratic primary August 1917. We are authorized to announce J. O. Bogie, as a for the DemocCourt ratic nomination frr County Clerk, primary to be held August 1917. We are authorized to announce Joe Hamilton as a candidate for County Court Clerk, to fill out the unexpired Subject to term of J. W. Hamilton. the action of the Democratic primary different governors seated the executive chair of the Commonwealth of Kentucky in the last years; and of these, who came nnd went during their earthly career, twelve have returned to rest in the cemetry overlooking the capitol in which for n brief tenure they enjoyed that soothing flattery that honor's voice invokes. Forty-fou- r distinguished citizens hnve been sent by the Commonwealth to represent it in the United States Semite, and of these, ten, obeying a command more imperative; even than that of the people, have joined the ranks of their own generation, sleeping upon the hilltop abuve Kentucky's capital. Within this noted burying ground repose the bones of soldiers who fought for liberty of conscience and the free-oof the sea; for the State sovereignty nd to preserve the Union; to protect their wilderness home from the sullen savage; to liberate Texas fn.m the tyrant of Mexico; to extend tlw blessings of self government to the struggling Cubans. The glory of is enshrin ed upon the tombstones of scores of men who wore the shoulder straps of authotity upon the bloody fields of a half dozen wars. This is not all. Judges, State officers famuos lawyers, noted doctors, artists, scientists, poets and philosophers mingle their dust upon the hilltop with that ot those, who "Along the cocl, sequestered vale of thirty-seve- n -4 What Has He Given You Don't you Don't you it or a mortgage to oppose him. You have In Return For It? think you've paid him about as much as one officeholder deserves? think he's had the office about as long as one man should? You haven't given him a deed to on it, you know; yet he appears to think you have, and that it's a serious offense for any one made him a RICH MAN with that $100,000 of your money. Does he want you to make him a MILLIONAIRE before he lets go? Why not give a poor man with a family, a chance NOW? Let's send a man to Gongress from the Old 8th who looks at big public questions as docs Woodrow August 1S1C. We are authorized to announce Hun. Charles F. Montgomery, of Liberty, Casey county, as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Congress in this the Eighth district of Kentucky, subject to the primary to be held the first Saturday in August. We are authorized to announce Jeptha Onstott a candidate for the of Chicago. democratic nomination for County Court The interment took place in the Lan Clerk, subject to the action of the pri- caster Cemetry Saturday-Thfamily mary, August 1917. have the sympathy of the entire com munity in their bereavement. We are authorized to announce Hon. Harvey Helm, of Lincoln county, as a MARSEE. candidate for the Democratic nominaThis paper has made mention of the tion for Congress, in this, the eighth district of Kentucky, subject to the severe illness of Mr. D. White Marsee, of typhoid fever. The disease resulted primary to be held August 1916. in his passing into "the kingdom of day" Tuesday at half past The complete story of President Wil- perpetual o'clock. son's European policy remains to be twelve Mr. Marsee was an exceptionally written, but its high achievements alkind, courteous and ready are fully appreciated by the generous man, he was also it splendid people of the United States. No Tiore business man and had built up one of successful policy, whether of peace or war, was ever evolved by an American the best grocery business' in our town. He was born at Pineville thirty years President to meet the exigencies of n ago, and was the son of Mr. J. F. crisis in American international relaMarsee. He was married to Miss Annie tions. The President succeeded absoMarsee, daughter of Mr. Noah Marsee lutely in meeting the paramount need who together with two young hoys, which his Europeur. policy was evolved Oliver and Roy Lee, survive him. He to meet. That need was for the was u member of the itaptist church abatement of the German policy of and also the K ot P Lodge. making submarine attacks against The funeral services were conducted merchant ships wi'hout going through by Rev. A J. Clere on Wednesday af process of visit and search. the ternoon, followed by burial in the LanSuppose another man hud been Prescaster cemetery. A large concourse of ident of the United States when Gerand relatives were present, many's policy of frightfulessendanger-e- d friends evidence of the high esteem in the peace between the two govern- ttiving Many beautiful which he was held. ments. Suppose he had been a man of Moral olferings covered his last resting martial spirit, instead of one possessed place, tender memorials of the love he of that keen understanding and symbehind in tile hearts of friends and pathy for American ideals with which left kindred Peace to his ashes. Woodrow Wilson e warm-hearte- (Bryantsville Correspondent) Mr. S. W. Hager, died at the home Mr. Chas Henninger of his ast Friday after an illness of only a few days. He was born in Germany seventy nine years ago, end moved to this country at an early age. .living in Wayne County until a few years ago wher he came here to make his home with his daughter. Mr. Hager was a brave soldier, serving in the Confederate army throughout the war, and beirg He was in many important battles. wounded at the battle of Shiloh. He is survived by nine children; Messrs Percy and Luther Hager, and Mrs. Chas. Henninger, who lives here, Mr. S. W. Hager of Mercer County, Mrs Allie Eades of Monticello, Mrs. Lillie IJrum- sager of Chicago, Mr.Chas Hager of Wayne County, Mrs John Wright of Wayne County, and Mrs. Mattie Sirr life Have kept the noiseless tenor of their way." Buried in the cemetry are: Governors Christopher Greenup, Charles Scott, George Madison, John Adair, James T. Morehead. John J. Crittenden, Robert P. Letcher, Chas.S. Luke P. Blackburn, Wil- Morehead, iam O. Bradley, Simon Bolivar Buck- ner. William Goebel. United States Senators John John Adair, tV. T. Barry, Isham Talbot, Martin D. Hardin, Jas. Morehead, Richard M. Johnson, John J. Crittenden, William Lindsay, Brown, W.O. Bradley. Wilson, aid who will never desert the President and the other Democratic Congressmen from Kentucky and vote alongside of John Langlcy and CALEB POWERS, the two Republicans from Kentucky. Helm claims to be a friend of Wilson and is trying to be on that argument. He says not to "swap" horses in the middle of the stream. But you farmers know it's a splendid idea to swap a balkey horse whenever you get a chance--a- nd now's your chance, Mr Democratic Voter to trade off the Congressman who balked when Woodrow Wilson asked him to vote for the Panama Canal Toll Bill and then had the efrrontery to cast the vote of the Eighth Congressional District, along with the vote of Caleb Powers. Here's how the Kentucky Congressmen voted on the bill the President wanted; who showed themselves his friends? FOR THE PRESIDENT: AGAINST THE PRESIDENT. Chief Justices Harry Innis, Thom as Todd, Alvin Duvall, Caswell Ben-ne- t, Barkley Cantrlll Fields; William Lindsay. Ministers and Ambassadors Mar tin D. Hardin, Alexander Robinson Mckee. Beverly L. Clark, W. T. Bar ry, T.C. Jones. William Taylor. Robt. Johnson Rouse Sherley . Stanley Thomas (See Congressional Record, I'ages tiO- -? Letcher. distinguished names carried upon tombs In the cemetry are Colonel 'Ihomas Dollarhide "1S12;" Judge John Milton Elliott.assassiuated in office in 1S78; Beveily Leonidas Clark, who died in Guatenala, while minister there: Juhn C. Mason, honored for distinguished valor at Monterey, and member of Congress: General Humphrey Marshall, C. S. A,.; Captain hd Porter Thompson, C. S. A., historian; Major Martin S. Harmon; General Ma rine D. West, U. S, A.; Captain B. C. Millan, Mexican War; Colonel J. W. Craddock. U.C. S.; Major A. H. Ren- nick, 1812; Major J. A. Grant, C. S. A. Thomas A. Taylor, C. S. A. General General Thomas L. Crittenden, C. S. A. There are six general officers ui.d nearly a hundred commissionid officers of various wars buritd in the cemetry and are monuments to the memory of soldiers and sailors whose bodies never were recovered from the deep or the field of battle. Of course, there is a tomb of Daniel Boone and there are scattered through the cemetry the graves of men und women who were the contemporaries and friends of Daniel Boone. Robert Burns Wilson and Henry T. Stanton, known as "Kentucky's poet laureate," author of "The Moneyless Man," nnd Theodora O' Haru, author of tho "Biv ouac of the Dead," sleep there. The Daughters of the American Rev olution, and former Representative L. F. Johnson have done much of late to increase local and general interest in this burving ground of the State, ami one notable project already well under wuy is bringing to the cemetery from neglected or unmarked graves th bod ies of heroes of tho Revolution, which aru being placed in the D. A. R lot, where the government will erect murk-erat their graves. Among the Democrat. Democrat. Democrat. Democrat. Democrat. Democrat. Democrat. Democrat. HELM . t i DEMOCRAT. POWERS, LANGLEY, REPUBLICAN. REPUBLICAN. den i ,9 for verification of the above vote, which Mr. Helm does not and f annul truthful Just look at that, yon stalwart old "jellow dog" Democrat1 How does that set with nir It wasn't leliu's vote (not liy a jugful, though he seems to think it hii own individual property.) no sir, you sent liiin to Washington to represent you, to vote our scintiments; to carry out your wishes. Did he do it? If you had been there would you have voted along with Caleb Power. or would you linc voted for what Woodrow Wilson and every other Democratic Congressman from Kentucky thought best? So the question is: Do you want a ninn in Congress to represent vou who looks at these big public iiieslinns, mid votes on them, ns Woodrow Wilson or as Caleb Powers? Helm has shown where he stands. If you agree with him. you ought to vote for him Saturday. August fith If you are for Woodrow Wilson and against Caleb Powers ami everyone who opposes Wilson ou ought to cast our vote nu August fth. like this: FOR CONGRESS Charles F. Montgomery and then you will have the satisfaction of knowing that a man will represent you in Congress who w ill stand by Woodrow Wilson all the time Think this over carefully, Mr. Democrat, before you go to the noils. I'hc Congressional Record shows that Helm deserted the President exactly as stated above. Why give him a chance to so flagrantly misrepresent and loyal Democracy of the Eighth District again? logue of the Kentucky State Fair can GEORGE riTCII receive one by sending their name and a ldress to W. J. ('ooch, Secretary, FAIR. STATE KFNTUCKY Painls Bad Side Of Daik And Bloody Louisville Kv. Ground. For the second time in the history of the Kentucky State Fair a Woiiihii'h PRIMARY SATURDAY. Kentucky is one of the warmest Shop is to he u part of name this year. The primary flection in the eighth American states, not only climatically, This Department was inaugurated last It is situated just congressional district comes oir next but politically. year and was found to he ouch an ono that a continuation and Saturday. Tut" democratic candidates south of the healthy repartee belt and Illenlargement of this phase of exhibits, anil two republican candidates make up is separated from Ohio, Indiana anil by river, which The indithat of placing woman's handiwork be- tin tickets in thisu count). vote will lie inois bythe Ohio delegates is often minority swum light in Kenfore the buying public, was thought to cations lire that Kentucky is shaped 'I he polled. election commissions, tucky caucuses. be wise. I). Fori), It. II. liaison ike a suffrage shoe, anil is of medium In the Woman's Department articles composed of A. anil (i. T. Mallard, Jr., have named size, about u Nu U on an lv last, of women's handiwork in textiles, art following ollicers to hcrvu at this It was settled by Daniel lloone with and cookery aro exhibited in competi- the (.lection. the aid of a long rifle in ITii'J, and the tion for prizes. The Woman's Shop is Court House -- J. I'. Ilourne, Henry Daniel lloone method of settlement is intended to give an opportunity to the Mooie, Judges; W II. Moss, Sherilf; still piously maintained inmost parts of ladies of the State to exhibit their W. A. Doty. Clk. the state in all tmirtant questions. handiwork for sale. A snvill commisKentucky is a wonderfully fertile reEast I'ark A. K. Walker, J. III. sion will be charged but only on articles Ilourne, Judges; II V. llastin, Sherilf; gion and hugt crops aro raised whensold. All urticles sent to tho Woman's I.. I.". Ford. Clk. ever the inhabitants have time. Tho Shop will be taken care of to tho best West I'ark -- Kobt Clark, Win. Hern-do- statu is full of fast horses, beautiful corps of efficient ladies in ability of u Judges; Thus, llendren, Sherilf; women, fine whisky aad red hot men. charge and tho public who are attracted much of u imputation, conHenry Simpson, Clk, It ha-n- 't to tho Fair will have an opportunity of F. Secrest, sidering Its size, but it could have had West Hryantsville-- ll. purchasing something at a moderate It. M, Moss, Judges; (i. A. Howling, twice as much if the early Kentuckian price and that something the handiwork Hugh Christopher, Clk. had liven water jacketed anil kept below ot our State. of tho home-maker- s Menkill each Hast Ilrvantsville II. F. Itobinson, a shooting temperature. Artidpa ranging from .milts to baby Judges; J. II. Ilallartl, other over Kili tics in Tenneseo and over and handkerchiefs as well as Norman (irow, caps Herrod Itains, Clk. cards in Texas and as u recreation in beautiful things in art will bo on sale Sherilf; pol-itiM. Anion, I,eo Drown, Chicago, but in Kentucky, crops, Huckeye-- J. some of tho beautiful hero. While Hains, Sherilf; K. II. and family quarrels aru all fatal. things that were exhibited last year Judges; Ulysses The result Is that in some districts were not sold, yet the names of tlm Kay, Clk. T. Wat- tho Kentuckian who dies in bed with Walker's School House-- W. makers were taken by the, visitors and Webb his boots off is sat upon by the coroner, Marsee, Judges; orders could be given later. The ideu son, Noah Kelley, Sheriir, J. II. I'osey, Clk. who tries to find tho reason, of this Department is that the women Hoy Woods, I.. Kentucky raises more tobacco than Faint Uck-- K. the home may have an opportunity in Estridge, Judges; C, II. I.edford. any other state, when the night rider to present their work to the buying Todd, Clk. dosrn't ride The night rider is a sort public through the channels of tho Sheriir; J. A. Union Woods Walker, Joe Ham- of a human boll weevil which gets Into State Fair, their fair, your fair, our monds. Judges; John Tatum, Sherilf; the crops and ruins them with a hoe. fair. Won't you take part in same? Clk. It travels In crowds und is brave and Those who have not received a cata Jack Edwards, .... x MBST3B1 WOMAN'S SHOP What is imbued. would have been his mam objective as he formulated his policy for dealing with Germany. Suppose even that he had gone to war, would he not huve done this with the main purpose of n' curing itn abatement of the outrage which Germany had committed, and thus insuring for the future that re sped for American rights which would enable our citizens to travel wherever they willed upon the high seas safely and without fear of their rights being A war or violated. other policj might or might not have succeeded in bringing this about. The policy which did succeed. the 1'residenl has His vigorous exertion of the mortul power of American upon the intellects and hearts of the German rulers nnd the German people, and Ins clearly in dicuted purpose to break with Germuny If she did not respect our rights, coin pelled the most militant of nations to bow to America's will. '1 his was the supreme diplomatic achievement of Undoubtedly modern times. the fu ture historian, in writing of the Eu' ropean War, will comincut upon the President's achievement as remarkable and tpoch-makinThe test of a policy is itn effectiveThe effect of the President's ness. policy has been to preserve the peace of the nation, to withhold from Ainer lean mothers and American young men the sacrifices which war would have forced upon them, to leave America free to press on to her highest destiny of natioual prosperity and national ideals, to safeguard the rights of the SPECIAL NOTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTION. Pursuant to an action of the General Assembly of the Commonwealth of Kentucky passed at the 1912 session and upproved by the Governor of the Commonwealth providing for the nomi nation of candidates for ollicj by the political parties and for plucing the names of the candidates to be vottd for on the ballots. I, Joe Hamilton, FOR SALE. Clerk of the Gurrartl County Court, do certify that the following persons have Rex Theatre und Garage qualified as the law provides us cundi L. E. Herron. pd dates to be voted for in the primary election to be held on Saturday August Nature's Plan. 5th, 1915, and that their names and Nature, tho meditative man of the positions on the ballots will uppear in world seems to my, has no necessary the following manner; contact with pnln, und yet willingly assumes the burden. The great I1ALLOT. DEMOCRATIC answer to bo: "Stay For Congress. your wonder: It In this very pain, this HAUVEV HELM. apparent IncimslKtency of nature, that Stanford, Kentucky. brings out mini's mipreiuent qualities CHARLES F. MONTGOMERY. of virtue und knowledge, making ldui it veritable god." Liberty, Kentucky. a fearless whenever ito opppnitent is tin armed. The feud is another Kentucky disease which has put a sad crimp into the iKjpulaliun. The feud flourishes in the mountains of enstern Kentucky, which tho ruilroa! and the public library do not intrude, und is a sort of a four generation family tpiarreP comlucti'd with shot guus. When one feudist meets another feudist in n mil row alley and the second feudist refuses to side hack the first feudist xlmots him. Then the son f kl.ruiul part shiiots the feudist of the first part, nnd he nephew ot the feduist of the first part shoots the on and second cousin of the feudist of the second part and tho brother-ilaw and uncle hy marriage of the feduist of tho second part catch he nephew nnd grandson and sister and cousin by marriage of the feudist first part at church and fill them so full of lead that they have to be tal.i en home on a track. Taking tho census of llreathitt county by piece-wor- k is a poorhouse job. t. Dally Thought. i:irj one sees what uii miiii, few know what you an. Murhhiyelll. Many Material In Piano. Forty-figh- t dllTerent itiiilerhiU am employed In the fonslriitllon 0f n plum,, which 10 countries urn called upon to supply. Chintz Covers for Hooks. During tho muiiiiut mouths, when books tire lluble to lie reutl nut of doors In arbor or Ituitiinoek, anil perhaps left there, It Is well tn make guy . Stanford, Kentucky. little chintz rovers to slip on Witness my hand as Clerk of the These can be hastily caught together In a contrasting Garrard County Court this, twenty with shade and will udd to the uppearunce seventh day of July. 1910. of tho book as well as servo to proJoe Hamilton, Clerk, tect It. lly E. M. Wmker, Deputy Clerk LOGAN T. NEAT. Columbia, Kentucky. ROI1T. L. DAVIDSON. tin-infeather-Htltchlng REPUI1LICAN HALLOT. For Congress. Hid Learned Something. Man (to nppllcnnt for Job) 'Have you n college diploma!" Ap-cunt "No, Mr; hut I have Kcvernl milling stock certltlcnlea that inlglit be offered In evldenco that I Imvo been tlirouiih H'u school of oiiiorlence." Tuck. The Central Record, Thursday Aug 3 19 1 e. CORBIN, KY., MAN ADVISES ALL TROUBLED WITH RHEUMATISM TO TAKE NEW TONIC, TANLAC. recognized as the Master Medicine, Relief from catarrhal condition, stimulation to the appetite, aid to d'ges-tiobuilding up of health and strength through the stomach, blood and nerves performing thop duties for thousands of men and women throughout the country has won for Tanlac a place in the esteem of the people that only true merit could gain and hold. Tanlac Is being introduced in Lancaster at It. E. McRnherts. Tanlac may be obtained in the nearby cities. Paint Lick. J. N. Metcalf; Ilecker & Milliard; Little Hickman. Collier and Ilruner; Ilurea, S. E. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug Store; Junction City, Reynolds and Evans; Richmond. II. I.. Perry & Son. appetite." Crab Orchard, l.yne llros ; llurgin. 0, This is one more case in which Tan- - T. Schoolfield; Danville. John S. Wells, lac has proven it's worth It is the proof 11. E. McRoberts. Lancaster, and W. C of Tanlac's merit that makes Tanlac West, Silver Creek. Your Account Is Due and must be paid at once otherwise I will have to force collections which I hate to do. Havintf withdrawn from the firm of J. R. Mount Son 6 Co., to go Into other business, I desire to thank my customers for their patronage and request that they come In and settle their accounts and notes now, as I need the money to put into my new business. Respectfully, JOHN M. MOUNT "ITS GREAT, LETS GO" Get Ready, Everybody Attend This Year Mri. Elizabeth Joseph la In Zenla, Ohio, for a visit to her parents. Miss Kettle Robinson, of Campbells' vllle, Is here attending the Institute. A Drill Mention of Iht Comlngi tnd Miss Laura Moss of Middlcshoro is Golnji by Thou W Arc Inlireilcd In. an attractive truest of Mlis Faye Acton Miss Viola Creech is with her grand Miss llettie Perry of Stanford fa the parents, Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Conn this guest of Miss Margaret Cook. week. Miss Charlie E.more is visiting her Mailer Hudson Frisbie was a recent visitor to roltivc!i In Danville. sister, Mrs. It. D. Wanton near Km Mr. Allen Johnson is ut home after nence. Dr J. S. Cornn of I'lneville is here several weeks in Ohio. Mr. Adolph Joseph Inn returned from for a visit to his brother Mr. J. I!. Cornn. a several days visit in Umisville. Miss Malissa Sutton is visiting her Miss Alberta Anderson has been makaunt Mrs Owsley Cox and attending the ing u short sojourn in Lexington. institute. Dr. T. J. Hood has gone on a recuMiss Annie Margaret Elkln is on a perative trip to Crali Orchard Springs. visit to Miss Katherine Mattingly in I Gossip About People ns her sister, Mrs. Mrs. Murphy of Liberty is visiting Mr. R. Hooker Wilkcrson Is recuper atlng at Crab Orchard Springs. J. 0. Hoglc. Miss Eliza Lunsford is at home after a several months stay In Cincinnati. Mrs, R. Zimmer Is visiting relatives and friends in Cincinnati and Pomeroy Ohio. Miss Ellen Palmer, who was recently thrown from her buggy and seriously Injured, is able to be up again. Mrs. J. T. Purdy returned to her home at Mlllcrshurg ycsterHay after a pleasant visit to Misses Mary and Jane Doty. Mr. J M. Arnold, of Columbia, S. C, has been the guest for the past week oi nn momer, .Mrs. Joe Arnold, on Danville street. Miss Florence Johnson was the gra cious and vivacious young hostess nt an elaborate C o'clock dinner given in com pliment to Miss Carolyne Allen of La grange. Mrs, John D. Ilerndon and handsome young son, Thomas Rankin, are here from Madison county, the guest of Mrs Ilerndon s parents, Mr nnd MrsT. C. Rankin. Miss Lillian Cochran and visitor. Miss The BLUE-GRAS- S lnciirHirntr(l. FAIR 1 Springs. Mr. WiUinm K. Miller was in Lexing-to- n Lebanon. and Richmond for several days this Mr. J. T. Pope left Wednesday for week. Jacksboro, Tenn for a ten days visit to Mrs. Joe I.. Francis has returned the Springs. from a several days stay at Klixir P. Evans of Mlddlesboro is Mrs. "My blood was in very poor condition from which I finally got catarrh nnd to make matters worse I was attacked I want tu say that by rheumatism. Tanlac, the new tonic is wonderful". said Mr. W. C. Helton, who lives nt Corbin, Kentucky. I had catarrh for almost a year and it was very bad. ,1 could not get any thing to give me relief. My system became run down. "When I began to taking Tanlac I began to get better and now I can say that I am well - I feel like anew man. Tanlac is good- -it is the best remedy for run down systems. I advise everybody who has rheumatism, catarrh or bad blood to take Tanlac. It will make vou eat it gives you a good J. expected this week for u visit to Mrs. Uexington, Ky. AUGUST 7th to 2th, FREE ATTRACTIONS. C. Weber's Prize Hand of America. ' 1 6 Mrs. Logan Wood of Danville has J. M. Acton. heen the guest of her filter, Mrs. John Mrs. Anna Purdy and son, James M. Mount. Doty, of Paris, are visiting Misses Jane Miss Hazel Lyons is in Kraikfort on and Mary Doty. a visit to her tirolher, Mr. (Ireen I.Jons Mrs. Rice Woods and Miss Mary and familv. Noel of Danville have been visiting Akets of near Elizabethtown, visited Mrs. W. S. Fish, of Stanford, who Jacob SchulzCompany Fine Cut Flowers For M'.l-- Mrs. John Anderson of Lexington Is Garrard klnspeople. here on a vim to her many relatives at Miss Mattie l.ee Cox has returned John her former home. from a visit to her Grand Parents Mr Mr. John Dodd, Baritone. Little Miss Marjorie Ilnllou and sis- ami Mrs Jam.es Cox. Miss Katherine Hoch, Soprano. Messrs Kcnyon and Elwell, Popular Songs and Ragtime ter, of Stanford, are guests of Misses Mr. J. I!. Collier of Fork Itidge, Allie ami Mary Arnold. Tennesee, is a visitor of klnspeople here Tin: Frrris Whirl (Jirls, mi n Nickel I'lali'd Apparatus U5 feet hitfh. Mrs. Carrie Davidson left this week at his former home. The Dclliimi'fitle Troupe in reproduction of Sculptor wmk of well known for Colorado Springs wlnre she will reMr. J W. Henry, of Eldorado. Ark, Musters main for the summer. is here for a visit to his parents, Mr. (Jirls. Two Young' Ladies in (Jraceful Feats on Two The Flying Mr. and Mrs. (i. M. Lyons left last and Mrs. S. II. Henry. Single Swinging Ladders Monday in their machine to visit in Mrs. Ed Collier of Memphis, Tenn Talented InstriiincntiiliMs I'eautiful Costumes various sections of Indian. Five Young esee, is visiting at the home of Mr. and changed daily. Mr. and Mrs. It. C. Schooler enter- Mrs. U. D. Simpson. Running and Harness Races Best Show on earth at tained at a house party given in honor Mrs. William Kay gave a handsome of Miss Reside liurton this week. dining last Saturday at her country Lexington, the Capital of the Horse World. Little Misses Mltlie and .Mary I.ee home on Richmond Itoad. ( ar n nil :ino IV. pic JO SihtiiiI Reduced Unlet The Meyerhoir Attraction Dunn are at home after a visit to their Roads For Entry lliiitikii ir Information, address. Mrs. Itobt New land and children of aunt, Mrs. John Smith in Danville. JOHN W. BAIN, Secretary, Lexington, Ky. Mrs. S. II. I'ollitt and thr-- little near Crab Orchard have been visitors of Mrs. Robt. Ilurnside. children are at home after u month's Miss l.eona Ciott who has been visivisit to her mother near Vanceburg. ting her aunt. Mrs. L. N. Miller has Mr. Itice Terrill who has heen tilling returned to her home in Richmond. a gmsl position in a large tire factory Mr. Milton Elliott of Frankfort is at Akron Ohio, is at home for n stay. here on a visit to his mother, Mrs. J. Mrs. J. (). Collings of Louisville ac- M. Klhott. and to attend Institute. companied her mother home ami will Miss Julia Held was the guest last remain for a ten days visit here at her week of Mrs Daniels at her beautiful former home. country home on Crab Orchard pike. Mr. and Mrs. It. I". Gregory. Mrs. School begun at Herring School with Ramsey ami .Miss Jeuniu Lackev en- Miss Martha Kavanaugh as teacher joyed a motoring trip to Danville, last and Miss Malhsa Sutton as assistant. Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Deaiinger ar.d Misses Ollit, lleltie and Anna Pher-igchildren, of Richmond were guests of and their mother. Mrs. Pherign of Lexington are visiting at the home of Mrs. L. Manuel the last of the week. Viu can avoid the npense, delay and dot vl irniottng In olj nor( I lew I ar.d the fntMr t.l our bom Is r cipi-- dunng tli Mrs. Altx Walker. Misses liernie and Mary Lee Lear f and eftnanrnt. I rtjnuv, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Scott motored made a several days visit to theircousin. and Miss Allie Russell Kish at Stanford. ovt Saturday from were truest for several hours of Mr. Mr. George 1'odd was in Herea Sat Local Contractors or Cortricht Metal Rooting Co. and Mrs. Henry Lloyd. urday and Sunday for a visit to his Mr. Geoige A. Hrown and family who cousins. Misses Jewell and I.illie Ogg. 50 North 2:ird Street I'hiladcl.ihia. Pa. have been making a motoring trip thru Mr and Mrs F. G. Hurt, and little Kansas, Oklahoma and Colorado, hav- son of CrabOrchard were the guest ing been gone it month, arrived home Sunday, of Mr and Mrs R. II. Ilatson. this Week. Miss Elizabeth Collier who has been Messrs I!. K. Hughes aril F. S. teaching for the past year at Pineville, Hughes went to Elixir Springs last is visiting her ajpt, Mrs. U. I). SimpSunday to spend the day with their nrnrKrated. son. vives who are recuperating at that Mrs. Virgil Conn and little daughter reort. of Williamsburg are the guests of her All o 1 J slurra-prov- complimented them with a handsome 6 Mrs W. T. West is enjoying a two o'clock dinner. RESOLUTIONS. Weeks rest at urahain Springs. j Jessie Heagle who has been the Mis Whereas our brother, D. White Mar-- I Mrs. Rebecca Williams, whois teachpopular guest for several weeksof Miss ing domestic science at Ilristol, Tenn , see, has been called from this life, and Carrie Ilelle Romans left Tuesday to is with her father, Mr. John Williams, in testimony of our esteem and triend- visit friends in llustonville before for the acation. returning to her home in Georgetown. rard Lodge No IS, K. of P. that in the Mr and Mrs R. K Speaks and chil- - j death of brother Marsee that this Order Miss .May Akers left Wednesday to join a camping party of U joungpeople dren. Stella Ford and Hamilton, spent has lost a faithful and efficient member, who will participate in an outing on last Sunday with the family of Mr and ami we extend our tenderest sympathy Noland River. While the guest of Miss Mrs Johnson Sneaks, near Mt. Hebron. to his family in their gieat hour of sor- row, and pray that they may rest se- Lillian Cochran she was honoree at a Mesrs Flovd and Hilly Swope, of 'i cure in Ood s care. number of social affairs. Lexington, motored her- Sunday and , it is ordered that these resolutions Mr. Sloan Eastland, of Harrodsburg, after . see ng , the home . folks, i spenti the ,)e "I'fead on the records of the lodge. . . . i ciiimiiui'i ui Mil: uaj tit i ct li r vikiiaiui a copy furnished the family, and that known by everybody and liked by more, Springs. was in our city last Tuesday. He was they be published in the Central Record. accompunied by two charming joung Wm. I). Prjor. Mrs. William Smith and daughters, Mead Teater, Committee ladies. Miss Cecil Dalton, of Harrods- Misses Mamie, Annie Reba and Janie L. L Walker. ) burg and Miss Kate Graham Thompson, ,1 of Columbia, S. C. " of Iljattsville, left yesterday for a visit to friends and relatives in Win-Chester and Lexington. 1 Miss Salhe Anderson of Mai.se. is much improved in health after an operation and two weeks stay at the Dan ville Hospital. She is now with her grand-parentMr. and Mrs. R. K. Conn of this city, after spending a few days with her aunt, Mrs. Flojd in Danville. Mrs. Raymond llaselden, Miss Jane Haselden, Master Ixuis llaselden, Mrs. Malcom Aldridge and Miss Virginia Aldridge left Wednesday for Dripping Springs where they expect to spend the month of August partaKing of the health-givin- High Calling. .Misses Lida Mae and Nell Ray. of Huckeye, Misses llruaddus, of Paint Lick, Misses Angic Bourne and Marie Ray hi.ve been the attractive visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Willie Ray. of Hyatts-vill- Miss Margaret Cook was a most gra-- 1 cious and attractive young hostess on last Friday evening at her home in the Little Waller's uncle was attached to the eominiary department. Naturally, little Walter wanted to know what tlint meant. Ills father that It was the cnininNsnry'H duty to supply the soldiers with food nnd drink nnd the like. The very next day a lady rame to call nnd asked Waller how his Uncle Paul was. "Ho'h tine," said the young man. "He's a waiter now." west suburb, the biilliant affair having Comparatively Modern. been given in compliment to Miss Many of the fruits und vegetables Cook's trio of house guests. Misses ' now eaten were almost unknown to our Hope Gardner, Chastine and Helen Elizabeth Sprague, of Louisville. The forefathers. Not until Henry VIH'h time were raspberries, strawberries, list comprised a large number of the or cherries gro.vn In England. junior society set. about 00 guests res-- 1 ponding to the invitations. The color scheme observed in the ices and confections, and also in the decoiations The lawn was j YOU'LL FIND II IN THIS COLUMN, was pink and white. made mos't alluring with various at- V. a tractions, a Gypsy fortune teller being enscons-- d appropriately within a tent, Hemp Hreaks made and sold by W. prognostications in regard to the tuture F. Parks. Paint Lick, Ky. Sample can of the young belles and beaux being be seen at Hudson Hughes & Farnau. glibly narrated by Miss Sue Shelby Mason, becomingly dressed as a fas- WANTED-1- 00 mating Gypsy. cars of wheat; will pay highest market price. Have lots of new unused sacks. Roy S. Schooler. CARD FROM water at that resort Mr Haselden will go almost every evening to the Springs to be with his family. Mr. Wallace Cotton was the gallant voung host at u handsome party given In m by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Cotton, at their attractive residence on Lexington Avenue Tuesday evening; brilliant illumination, handsome house furnishings, elaborate decorations, and a moat delectable course of refreshments made the happy occasion one long to be remembered by the junior belles and beaux. D Occasions. health-givin- g Phones All Orders Receive Prompt Attention Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. Mr and Mrs. William Fo Logan and grand-part nt. Mr. and Mrs. It. children have returned to their home Conn. likes llarre, I'a., after u several in Mrs. (5. C Faris and children left weeks' visit to her parents, Mr. and Wednesday for an auto trip to Ports Mrs. W. II. Masotv moulh, Ohio, where she visits a former The little Ledford girl, daughter of schoolmate. Mr. Hubert Ledford. of the Paint Lick Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Ilrent of Lex-ingtsection, who has been quite ill of tycame over the first of the week phoid fever, is now recovering under the skillful nursing of Miss Salhe I.ou for a visit to the hitter's lather, Mr. R, II. Tomlinson. Myers. Mrs, May Hughes Noland, liohett (ills Dunn, who has been located .Mr. for several jears in Florida has been Hughes Noland and Miss Nell Noland here on a visit to his mother, Mrs. W. came Tuesday night from Louisville to A. l'rice, and left a few dajs since to make this place their home. muke a sojourn with his brother, Chas. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Wearen and Dunn in Chicago. daughters. .Misses Aimuetto and Sadie. Miss Dorothy Dunlap was the charm- of Stanford, were recent guests at the ing little hostess at a birthday party home of Mrs. Samuel D. Cochran. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Conn of Richmond, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd McCarty of Danville. Mr. and Mrs. II. P. Conn of Paint Lick. Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Creech of Ilyatsville, Mrs. W. P. Anderson and children of Paint Lick. Mrs. II. L. Morgan and children of Clay county. Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Conn, Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Conn, Messrs John and Frank K. Conn ot Lancaster were present at the Conn reunion Sunday. On last Thursday Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Ilurton entertained at an elaborate course dinner at their beautiful countiy home on Lexington pike. Those pres- CONGRESSMAN HELM. 50 WANTED-- To or 00 acres, ent were. Miss Hessie Ilurton of Decatur III, Misses Woods of Lexington, Misses Lena Schooler and Lida Hainey, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Schooler, Mr. and Messrs W. It. Mrs. Ira Hollzclaw, ilurton of Lancaster. Herbert Ellis uf Wilson N. C. and Robt Fox of Marks-bur- Don'l Buy a Wagon Until You Have Seen (lie Columbus Ilcfore you decido on any wagon, cxamino tho Columbus. Strongly built ot tho best iHjssiblo material tho Columbus wagon gives tho most satisfactory scrvico for tho longest period of years. Thero is no socrct in tho notedly long lifo of tho Columbus wagon. It i3 tho result of tho methods employed in construction. Thero is no wood in this wagon uuder shelter from onu to two years, which has not been Tho axles and tho cpokes of tho wheels aro hickory; the hounds, bolsters and satidboards aro oak, and tho bottom of tho box is straight grained flawless pine. Those aro just a few examples of tho caro which is taken to mako this wagon as reliable as possible. Tho result Is that the Columbus wagon is unbeatable in reliability and endurance. Como in and cxamino it for yourself. Wo know you will bo pleased. air-driI Stanford. Mr. J. W. Arnold of Richmond has Miss Kugeniu Dunlap was the gra been the guest of his sister, Mrs. Lulu cious young hostess at a handsome par-- I Johnson who motored over with him to ty given her by her mother at their at- Crab Orchard Springs where he is tractive home on Lexington aumue. spending a week. Sixty or more were gathered at this! Mr J. T. Denton, wife, and daughter joyous assemblage of junior folks. Miss Ann Thomas Denton, Mrs. F.mnm Dr. and Mrs. David Wheritt, and Young, and Mrs. Nan Wearen, of Lexlittle daughter, Mary Nell, and nurse ington, were visitors the past week of I ery and Hubert Dunn of Danville, com posed a party of motorists who visited Mrs. John K. Storiues last Saturday, Mrs. John M. Mount presided at a beautifully appointed dinner given at hiuh noon on last Fiiday. covers haying been placed tor the following: Nichols, Samuel Nich-othe cast wek, the nlfair being in celeMr. J. II. Jennings has returned to Mesdames John Dudley Hryant, Hanks Hudson ami bration of her Mh anniversary, ami his home in TuNa Okla., after a pleas having been given her by her devoted lint mingling with his many fiiends and Logan Wood, of Danville. Mrs. R. II. Spindle of Norfolk Va., Mis. William friend, Mrs. Ethel Darnold. relatives here at Ins boyhood home. Farnau and Mrs. Elkin of this city. A Misses L'lizabuth Malum, Tommie Mrs. Hussell llrowin leaves tonight number uf Lancaster friends were inDurham, Marguerite Anderson and Thursday, for her home ut Ashville, vited to call on the Danville diners durMary Mamer Wells, Messrs Mnntgom- - N. C. Sho will be accompanied by her ing the afternoon. Mother-in-la- f, Mrs. Dr. Hrown uf A delightful social airmr was given at the home of Mrs. Thumps Hill at Ihattsville, on last Saturday evening. Tho social was given the newly organized "Christian Endeavor Society" at that place, and about fifty young pen- pie responded to their invitations. The house was artistically decorated in orange ami white. Delicious ices were served in the dining room, where the from Chicago, came Tuesday to make a several days visit to Mr. and Mrs. John K. Stormes. The Chicagonns have been motoring thru Kentucky in their handsome limousine, bavin been on a visit to relatives in Cvnthiaua and will go from this place to be with Richmond relatives, Mr, and Mrs. John L. Anderson who for sometime have been residents of Wellington 1). C, will leave the National Capital about the t'th of August for Panama, Mr. Anderson having been transferred from u federal clerk- ship to u line position within the Canal Their inunv friends here at .one. their former home are gratified at their good fortune. BECKER PHONE 27. ft BALLARD BRYANTSVILLE, Ky.l same color best Mrs. Hill was decorations and ices, or peanut politics he plays when he atentertaining by Misses Kate tempts to mislead the reader by the Mrs. W. M. Elliott chaperoned a assisted A very motoring party to Lexington, the af- llamm and Addie Criscjllis. i efervncu to the salary drawn by me; fair being arranged in honor of Miss delightful evening was spent. for the reader understands that the May Akers, of near Klizabelhtown, most enjoyable picnic lunch was salary is ii lixed charge on the tax pay- and her hostess. Miss Lillian Cochran; given near Kings Mill on last Wednes- - r. and that mv opponent is not the occasion was made the more enjoyevening by Mr. and Mrs. Ira Holtz- - posing to reduce the salary ofcongiess-claw- , able by a theater party at a most atIn honor of Miss Hessie liurton of men or to accept a less compensation tractive Lexington performance. the Illinois, and Misses Anna and Ollie if he is nominated and elected. The sad news has reached hero that Phcrigo of Lexington. The following salary attached to the ollice seems to Miss Anna Martin of Danville, who is attended, Misses Maggie, Hessie and have unduly excited the appetite of the visiting her aunt in lied ford Ind. is ill Lena Schooler of Hyattsville. Hessie writer, and wouli indicate the real bent with Inllamatory Rheumatism. Miss Ilurton of III., Lida Raney, Christine of his mind, and rellect a narrow con- Martin is well known here, havingnften and Stella Sanders, Mrs. A. F.Sanders, ception of what constitute the real been the attractive guest of Miss Faye Mr and Mrs. It. C. Schooler, .Messrs duties and respon.lbilities of u member Acton, and her friends hero will regret Jesse Hendren, Harry Raney, Creed of Congress. Harvey Helm, to learn ot her illness but wish for her Simpson, Cecil Hrown of Lancaster. (Adv) Stanford Ky, Aug. 1, VM. and Mrs. K. 1. Ilurton of Uryantsviile. a speedy recovery. in scheme was used, both Mrs, S. D. Cochran. money rent. To The Editor;- Forest Collico. R. F. D. 3., I learn from reliable sources that a Lancaster. Ky. parentless advertisement has been sent out for publication in the newspapers For Sale. of this congressional district this week, 11 acres of land near Hyattsville for the ob ious reason that it is the last week of the campaign, and at a station on Kirksville pike, 0 room house and R. N. Russell, time when it was thought that I would R. F. D. No. 1, Lancaster, Ky. be unable to reply to same. As stated. the article is without parentage there is scant dilference lietweeu BUch a con- For Sale. ' filled attack and the act of shooting Household und kitchen furniture. at one in the dark or from behind a log, Mrs. John Mount. It is u fair prtsumption that the writer is the same who has on previous occasions so childishly and futlly at HORSES AND MULES WANTED tempted to assail my record in Congress. I will buy some good cotton or army 1 am satisfied that the intelligent voters uf this district will attach no impor mules or horses. W. H. Ilurton. tance to an unfathered article uf such Lancaster, Ky. a type, nor expect me to reply to every Uth-hou- r attack of so low a grade that the writer is unwilling to attach his or STOCK HOGS WANTED. any other signature thereto. Will buy some stock hogs, weighing The reader has observed that the UKl to loll pounds, or will feed down article cites but one vote in my entire Held of corn and cow peas for certain of nearly ten years, during record Henry Loid, which service I have gone on record-doubtles- amount put on. Phone Lancaster Kv. a thousand tunes, and this one vote for winch 1 am assailed was a vote that had the sanction andapproval TWENTY-FIV- E YEARS. of a specific plank in the llaltimore The Cortright Shingle has a record of Democratic platform; was catt along1 e twent-livwars on a roof without side of those of Speaker Clark, Floor-- 1 today. 1 Imvo Underwood and all the other leak. This roof is good leaded Congress, and was the exclusive agency for this shinglfc party leaders in 'would bo pleased to quote you furthermore sanctioned by the Piesi-de- and prices. I ran furnish you building mahimself in his campaign, previous of any kind and would be pleased to his election in PJ1J, In his address to terial to have you call me. the New Jertey farmers, as many will ('. S. Roup, recall. Carpenter and Contractor. The small calibre of this writer is Cartersvllle, Ky. displayed by thecheap, chinc-a-pu- buy a farm of about or rent a larger one for Want well improved land 111 pro-da- y 1 1.V4 acres, :l miles from Danville, Ky., on Lancaster pike (lioone Highway! Attractively located, productive und splendidly watered; large pool stocked with tlsh; a comparatively new eight room house with wide porches necessary outbuildings, barn and ten ant house; splendid apple orchard and 0(i,er fruju jn BhUndan:e. Educational advantages of Danville are of the high- est; the best of railroad facilities, yet no railroad crossing going into town. Would like to give possession in Sep- tember. J. Ed. Allen, Danville, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday Aug 3, 116. IIIIII 1 I 1 1 1 II H t I 11 l ! I I fT , Mian ataallata ZWXst.- wiifc I fed H-l-l- -l mr com nft Dm!i 'iMOMa inj Mop; Hang Your Clothes on a Hickory Limb and Don These 1 VACATION DAYS HAVE ARRIVED Practical j.-HH-i-K-r-- KENTUCKY FAIR DATES. Hot Days Luxuriate In a Morning Coat Like This :.i..w.k..w..h..h-k 1 I HHWti-H-H-H-H-H-- H p. binr. tJ trWr Hirt1-r- v Hmttntplf vbarcttf. mm 1 1 52S tr4, 80 and $ ,0 0. Drvf Hints About Choosing tha Place You'll Visit, Avoid-ing Typhoid, Getting Exercise Withcut Fatigue, and Coming Home Healthy and Happy. niinunlly The following; are the dates fixed fnt holding the Kentucky fairs for I '.I III H, far as rcorteil. 'l'nylorsville, August I I days. Henderson, August 1 ridsjs. Danville. August i- - .1 days. Ilrrea, August 11 days, lllue (!rass Tair, Lexington, August -fi days. U rsNrj'isV I t'niontown, August Kern Creek Kir, llurchel, August -1 Mt. Vernon, August '.I- das. It. E. Meltoberts, Druggist, Lancastel Till: "Where shall we go J" U more being dlcuvd by tlnnivllnW. Too often n choice recurring question, Personal Stationery Should be EngraTcd Embossed nowadays. or Is luiide ft reflects good taste and 4at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and see the many Seautiful samples we have and get our prices. THIJ Central Record. Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville, Ky. North-boun- No. Ho. 10 4 Cincinnati Express, 4:30 a.m daily Spe- C:03 cial, daily Ho. 28 Blue Grass Special, daily except Sun...C:08 No. 14 Carolina Special, 7:00 daily No. 6 Local Express, daily 1:35 No. 2 Cincinnati Limited, 5:20 daily Ife. 12 Royal Palm, daily.. 5:37 South-boun- a.m. a.m. a.m p.m. p.m. p.m. MODERN MK11MAIDS. No. 5 N- Loca 1 Express, II 1 11:05 a.m. Royal Palm, daiiy..ll:20 a.m. New Orleans Lim11:35 a.m. ited, daily daily taffeta and sating In dark colors lead ns popular bath fabrics. bloomers aro Jersey, preferably one piece. Tile MOIIAIIt,date suit of nary taffeta, the saucy liem being picked cut shows out with pipings to match the V neck. The cup U dark green robber, also piped with white and trimmed with rubber wings. s SSSSS!SSS.33SSS3$ HOMEMADE ATTAR OF ROSES. Select two classes, one small enough to tit In tho neck of the S Jfrs. 13 Carolina daily Special, 10:15 p.m. Spe- $ N S cial, daily 11:35 p.m. 8 S S Iftu 9 11:52 p.m. cial, daily .No. 27 Blue Grass Special, daily except Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. For rates, routes and information call upon or address M. J. Coughlin, scent; 'phone 346. Florida Spe- i J S i 5 v $ s i HUN itii iSiilA More Silo f y t y ! hna rwin Titncn.1 n (Inn nlk. solutcly clean sjiongo soaked In olive oIL Prop up tho two bot- - S ties In the strong sunshine until 5 the jietals nro withered, then re-movo and till with tho fresh. t Keep this up during tho roso 8 season, utilizing all tho petals s that can bo obtained. When the : season Is over rinse tho sponge S In alcohol and you have tho cs- senco of nttur. If you hao a : large quantity of petnU you may S squeeze the oil out of the spouge vtlthout uudlng alcohol, which gives the real uttar. lly diluting 5 either attar or cstract you have 'S s a delicious flavor'ng. s other. Tartly All the larger Jar with fresh fragrant petals and Invert It over tho Fjialler, In 8 e Dallctous Summar Cwaat. Crystallized mint leaves are delirious and easily preiiared. Take lirgo fresh mint leaves, wash them und dry them or let them dry and then dip them In thick sirup made by boiling granulated sugar lu water, and after dipping them lu the sirup dip them In granulated ' sugar. IJiy them on grvnseil paper t You will lie delighted with harden. the result, whether you me them as an after dinner sweet, nn original touch to a salad, a garnish for latnh or as an nddltlon to summer beverages of mint flavor. .J. Blackberry Pie. Pick over nnd wash one and one-ha- lf cupfuls of berries. Stew until soft with t'lough water to prevent burning. Add sugar to taste nnd tensiHiouful of salt Uno plate with paste, put on rim. till with bercooled. Arrange ries which have slv strips of pastry across the top rut same width ns rim nnd put on nu upper rim. Ilakc thirty minutes In moderato oven. i - !- ; - hh -k-!-hw - k-wh - w - ; - i - : - i - i - i - ! - i - i - ! - i -; - h I The Charm of Embroidered Linens Is Upon Us Again .w.K.K -:-:-;!HJ -Hs -H- -HH -:-H -HH-r H- H-HH -KW-K' I I r r No rule can W laid down fur mi Ideal place imr can the same ndvloe be given to all. In the cune of vacations "oue . .t ll man's meat N nuuther man's wNon." " vj- v i 1 11 ik V If you have worked hard or played I hard nil Inter nud lieloug to the group of people who are worn nut and ncrv- I ous you need a quiet, restful place, at i least until you Select a' feel letter. place with few distractions, where you can let the treating power of nature dii1 j Its work undlsturU-d- . On (In ntlier lininl If rim tint-.- , hnil n monotonous routine occupation and hnve 1k"Coiiic restless oil that account, It will be hct to go to n stimulating place that will glu you variety mid' 1 1, W 17 pleiKiiruble excitement. The general character of the location determined nnd deeldeil iiihui. the par-- ! tlcular place, whether hotel or cottage, selected ns homo should N eolisldenil. lliquln nlHiiit the water supply let you conic luick with what has bvouie known us vacation tjphold. Shallow-well- s are dangerous, ns they are eally I)Iluttsl. Water obtained from a een Is tral ivsenolr, niunlclimlly liipM-leil- . usually safe, as well ns water nhtalncil fniiu dwp nrteslnu wells. The source of the milk supply should interest ou. especially If there lire liablcs In the family. If the Iioum Is well screemsl Isi1cs j riii;i'.ui:n. and the food proteettil from Hies you ought to )x satistlcd. morning Jmket is rather luxurlnntly put up Hi eni over ' ' In the matter of evrcle do not of cream satin. Un e falling front the insk line iiclilevci merdu it nt tlrt. Ijit jear one wit efu' rleetes, and the V nis-- Is islgisl with tiny Trench flower man her vacation by exercising organdie, net or dliulty cut the same way, llgurisl lawns ns well, and violently- - to exh.iustloii, lu tact-t- he rdged with narrow laie would tv Just as prett) and more wahMe. first day In the new place. When nil I tint nful tM.rwIilrllif- - win. vnf It. n ilnift ' .j. .? .$. to rod off. The result was sore mils- - I ! cles, a seven" oM and eongestisl inn oous membranes for weeks after. She MANY NEW FABRICS SEEN FROCKS ARE QUILTED. IN STRIPES. f concluded tint eercle dlsagiretl with her and did not take any the rest of (Jullteil fri- - ks for the ws es The rose tones seem to Is- - ns the summer. She lost through IgnoIT. ts, are replacing smocked popular ns ever, nnd the same Is rance a valuable opNirtunlty to Im for quilting Is now the very last true of the old blues nnd certain prove her health ami her figure. note in fashionable reiUals clear, cool, rather light greens. I'or some girts a summer viioitlmi The quilting Is done In tiny linni! A very stunning lot of stripes lu means merely a res'tltlon of winter stitches through two la)i-rof these colors with white has been pleasures, dancing, ltowHiig, sitting lu fabric and Is added in the (risk brought out in cotton cafes, dressing up several times a duy lu the nay of Hckcts. ruffs, and will doubtless And favor for Hut vacation Is the time to gather round yoke sections and trimsummer sjsirt wear nnd for other health and energy for winter use. Hot ming bands. I.lnrii doc not take country ues, taking to some exthrough the woods happiness miming ns kindly to quilling ns very fine tent the place of the gay striped or swimming In tho ocean. Make the cotton. All the qutltisl counter-pane- s linens. acquaintance of n stranger to you, of great grandma's day In the plquelettes, first cousIjnly Nature. Among the many were of patchwork made nf ins to the Trench pique, come sessions of this lady is a varied collis1. scraps of cotton or iniisllii fal-livery attractive colorings with tton of paints. She uses them to tint with usually a quilt lining hair lines of white between the tho sky, the sea. the (lowers. She has nf unbleached muslin. Froels line cords, softening the color rouge for cheeks und lips charming for little girls are now- - made of tone greatly. Ill u maize this also, and she Is willing to give of it very fine cteaiu colored rotten material Is particularly gissl, and generously. All she asks In return is fabric, with qulltisl trimmings there uro several good shades of i. I for you to lovo her nnd stay with her set in with plssl islges In color. 4. rose. ns long ns you ran. The effect Is novel and very good. Silk Jersey weaves In strljs'S of w hlte und color are shown at nil .. .j. That 8tandby, Tusorw the silk counters and In many ... Tussore silk Is, needless to say, excolors. An Inch strljie seems first tremely (sipular for roats of the Petticoats With Yoke. favorite, but there lire stripes sport order, as Is also line navy blue Tcttlcoats nro now being made with both wider and narrower. I'hilu serge llmsl In somewhat garish fash-Iodeep polulcd jokes tqHiu which nre set one toiio silk Jersey, too. Is plenwith n lovely shade of pale lemon net or thin silk foundations rutilod right tiful, and wimU Jersey Is showu Jap silk, which reappears on the collar down to the hem. A few- - of thee t In every odor of the rainbow. and cuffs. One nlo often comes across tlcoats are slightly stiffened, t .11 1 mot motor nnd traveling coats de luxe made of them have merely n heavy mrd of faille and taffeta silk that nro so around tho Uittoni nud a width nf hair elatiorntely fashioned and so sumptulace. ously trimmed that they vie In beauty Mushroom Sauce. can-fullpick- - . with the most elegant nnd expensive One iss-luushnMims, Of Chine Inspiration. evening wraps. cd over; one pint vinegar, two table- Terched airily uikui apple green fcismufiils salt, oui'-hal- f teasHKiuful twigs and seattensl nil over the new cayenne, two tablespiHiufuIs mustard. evening silks are tiny Writs of delicate Scones For Luncheon. one tenHMinful clnuainoii, coloring. Dissolve half n saltspisuiful of hak These nre largely Inspired lng soda and Ave ounces of fresh teuspoouful lain e. oue lialf Inblespoon ' by the I'hlnese Inllueme and nppenr pint of ful cloves. butter or lard In to ! Just what the dressmakers were Cook the mushrooms with one cupful waiting for. warm water or milk; put ten ounces of flour Into n bowl, add a pinch of salt of water until quite tender and rub nuil stir In the liquor to make a stiff them through a colander. Add to this I Dainty Scent. dough. Itoll this out Into u round rako pulp the vinegar und spices and conk When washing blouses or handkerof an Inch thick, mark this alsiut half an hour longer. Dottle und chiefs put 11 small lump of orils root Into eight portions mid bake on n gridIn the rinsing water. sent It gives a perdle or In n thiol; frying pan. Split the This sauce Is delicious with lists. fume of vlolet.i wlil'h Is ns lasting as srones, butter them well nnd serve very steak and cold meat. u sachet plarr-- J among the clothes hot; time to bake, fifteen to twenty minutes. that pmes disappointing later.' 4 , J) -.1 thus. Ilurkrsville, August 'J I days. Terry ville. August - II days. l.uwn nccl.urg, August 1.' I ilnj Sprpherdsvllle, August ITi td.'iys. Owensboro, August IlnHlhend, August li! II das, Tair, Sunders. August U- It! it' -- 1 days. Kwirg, August IT 3 days. Knights of Tythias Tair. Stanford. Auguit II days. ' Columbia, August '1- - 4 days, Trankfort, August '."J lilnys. Ilstdstown, August l I dsvs. days. Nicho'asville, August Teniij royiil Kalr, llopkinsville, August ?.l fi davs. Klizaliethtown. August 'JU .'lilsys. llatboursville, August 30 II days, Z-- f POSTED The undersigned hereby g'Ve w arning to all persons not to trespass Uin our lands tor nny puraire wliaten-- r a we will prosecute all oirenders to ful lst extent of tt-- - law Hunters and Tishermen rsperia'lr take notice N II Price It I. T.Ik in Kd W. It. t'.mk. Mrs Itebecca J West II. C Arnold. Jnmes li lonn. J. T. Illsnd J. C. Morgan llros J. II. and W S Weaver W. T. West. J. Ilooth Sutton. W. I, l.awsnii and son. Howard King Miss Carrie llouklrn, J II Klgshy lng C. T:il.- J. liigshy, John liirhnrdson. J. II. W.ksIs. A. C. Miles. Jno. M. t ans. J. II. Thompson. II. U Kelly. David Steven S. C. Itlgahy Trank Thonqunn. 1). M Anderson. J. II Thompson Davis Sutton Am and Kd llourne Dave Dudderar Mrs. J. Wade Walker. W. II. Cummins jl'. II. Thompson. Jerry Illsnd. We will add other names for Urrnt cash. ls. L. &N Triia Scbedale At Luailer, Ky. AlllllVK. To Maysville, connecting at Kichmon with I. & N to Trankfort Uuiiville; No 71; M a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Itowland, I. & N to all iints South No is-- U.OI a. m. To Kichinond, connecting with L N to Irvine & Heattyville, fi Cincinnati, Middlesboro Knoxville. No 70; tt:&0a. in. To Kichinond, connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No IT.; 2:( p. in. Cfiniierling at Junction to Kliziibethtovvn & Howling tlreen, and Ht Ilarilstown Junction to Ilardstown & Snritigfield. To Louisville, ; No II; h:Vi p. in. To Stanford, connecting with train to Ilristol & Atlanta. fast lounty Court Days. Kii'hmoml, 1st. Monday. Tans, 1st. Monday. Trankfort. 1st. Monday. Harrodshurg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 'Jnd. Monday. Stanford, Und. Monday. Shelhyville. 'Jnd. Monday Carlisle, 'Jud. Mondav. Danville, llril. Momls;. Lawrenceburg. 3rd. Monday Nicholasville, Hri! Monday. Mt. Sterling, :inl. Monday. Somertet, 3rd, Mondav. (Jeorgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTT.K, 4th. Monday Winchester. Hh. Monday. Montirello, 4th. Monday. Versailles. 4th. Monday. i. ,t h ! ; it. it. a. a. ,:, ,;.;,,, BABY ,s, ,j, THE v J' FALLACY OF TALK. - ? Do you encieirngo baby talk In your ehlldri'ii? If jou do you nro making n great mistake, accord- Ing to the author or -- Child Training," who mi)n: "The nils. While You Dream Away The Summer, Also Braid ? Less Money VOll VOUK TKA CLOTH. work this chryHuuthemum square first outline the stems In stem stitch, small leaves In padded satin stltrh und outline larger leaves with buttonhole stitch, keeping pearl edge outside.. Till tho middle of leaves with seed doU. A vein may be worked down the renter lu stem stitch or not, as preferred. The eyelets urn otcrvust, und the ladder work petals aro worked with tho burs IwttonhuUsl buck Instead of Isdug twisted. This makes a most attractive comer for line linen, whether bureau cover or tea cloth. Make no deal for a silo without Selling our figure and future. We live more and better anchorage. Stauncher door frame. Steel-hingelour.latch door. Steel tep Udder, alrp every 18 inches. Belter compara. tire construction throughout. pronuuchitloii of words, due to Inability to nrtlciilute or more usually to lucoi red hearing, may be amusing und delightful on no- count of lis simple nail etc. but ' It should I e eorris'lul nud, nlsivn till, should not bo Imitated by 1' tho parent or teacher. 'Oo' mid ? It He" may bo cunning In a three- ear-ol? but It Is silly for a ? grownup to use such expres- !') slons In addressing the three- jeur-old- . like talking 'plgiviu' Kugllsli to a Chluammr, but. s Is worse. It gives nu Incur- what t rect luislel for the child nod thus ? h prolongs tho time he will tnko v 1' to speak corriTtly. I'leclslou In ; ? $ Get Our Prices Before You Buy Our 4ire6 aHipmcnt ol tUvt nJ nd nd amtlUr iellinf Mf (MOM racftn mora Jo lot lew money U Ay u company ivt you. TO the pronunciation of one's native 4 tongue Is alwujH delightful at any nge nud nu cunnarl; of the well brtiL" J .j. .p .p . a touch ni:i:i. Till! f oprtinf 4. 4s .5. .s. ... .j. s. .5. .5. 4. 4, season has come when women like 0 sit on tho tK.rch and brnld Clean rags cut in even lengths with new strips to uro your materials, with any range of color combinations to please your fancy. The mg pictured has nu oblong cuter of pal. blues harmonlz ug. with Severn rows of deep plain blue bordered by more of the lighter shades, 'Jho result U charming for bedrooms. Engraved Visiting Card THE proper thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making calls. Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or more. li CENTRAL RECORD A Neatly un tt h prevfl it with ftgurit KKNTUCKY SILO CO. W. 1. Kincaid. Mgr. Stanford, Ky, We are equipped to do any and all kinds of Central Record. Phone 43. Jifhrson'Sehoof sfXv. HA8ELDKN IIUOS. Amenta for Garrard County, Lancaster, Kentucky. eoHfLrri ;two yeikcockiuci.. ouJ I, rm, Js. I. IT.LrM fur In II,UIM. Ais'MWWui,rUftttilll.r lilituM itoir h.iu iiumu, Tsliwa uilr twfftbl.. Ml ltk.kw.uloi u.uiJ liiwlun. .ubiu vt (kuut lllll rMlf u ffMu.. will. 1 buUM J.lItrM.0 ELLIOTT rifflLIAlUl, Sk-t- , LaaJnilU, j. i ne Central Record, Thursday Aug 3, 1916 FOR Tub-w- i M3L J BOURBON HOG CHOLERA REMEDY drink mri tour only Sc. a month for rich hot;. the tiffin rivier our hovt thl rnrrfirine liAfi'i wall At All bruggiitt sow nd keen them Iree Irnm worma ind Kr. ftOtlBOfl ftEMEUY COMTANY, Uil-tfto- a. POTATO SCAB. hot tiuwiwill to fitlffi qmcktr. hot hojtt nettr b?e tmtt mi. unlit nek. ft ticairnBi tinea CHOLERA, WORMS, COUGH, THUMPS. vermi. ixftwrl. tttkt it llit the feed and in ) rtcrfntt I1 an J Curet (lt ilitrthnn ntf difj. Sold in Lancaster, Ky., by J. R. Mount, Son & Co. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, Aug 6 $1.50 ROUND TRIP FROM Junction City SPECIAL TKAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY 5:35 A. M. G. n. HARBEKSON, Ticket CITY, KY. Ao-cn- t JUNCTION Should Da Sprayad With Far. maldahyda or Corro.lva Subllmata. (I'miaml by New York motion.) Knrmcrs vlii irrnw H.lnl(ic will find thnt trrnllin; Hie enl tulier with or with corrnlvo nulillmatn la helpful in cecii rliic clenn, miiooth polntoes. AcconlliiR to the Klatn ColFEEDING BEEF CALVES. lect' of Acrlctilturn nt Coniell, urnh l repoiilhle to h larce extent for piilRh Important That tha Dab Fat Da Kept liHiklne mill often iiiiiiinrketnlilt! on tha Young Animal.. anil thl illeiiMi It (hiiiiikiii Illy J C llOIHNtSD.V, iprclallat for the throughout New Yorkulnte. Sett I treat Wisconsin Htoc.c llrecdera' aaaocintlon. liient, the- - any. will i!etroy the enh tlu-At tin1 rnj tlint orifnulnii nu the tuhera, ami when vt rj- few fiitli rt rnil turn out n fat hwU tuWn are p!nnliil on mi. yenrlluir. Can't wo change thnt Men ' llmeil In ii I that ha4 not cruwn po boys? In ntlemptlni; to ilo tlili re tatooi for three nr four yearn n clean member that we wnnt you to cet nil crop call Ik exported. tho help )oii can from jour father or When foriiiiiMehyile li util tho tin-cony iiiio el.e. That's thu only way that tuberi nhuulit be noakeil for two any 0110 can really leant, hecatiKO no hours In u solution nmile by dllutlni; a one known nil nlmtit live stock ami pint of rtanihirtl atreiiRtli formalilc-hjtl- e especially "liahy beer' production. In thirty iralbuiH of water. The I elliilto rtile for fetilliiK baby cotleRc niilliorllloi llml that n barrel Is beetes rniinot Ikj Riven, ns every nuc the Imii'lleit eoiilnlner fur treating t ceiiful feeiler baa n llltlo illlTcrent An huh hole ulioulil bo Iwreil at methixl. Hut wo will try to Rltu you tho fide near the IhiIIoiii ami a plitR the Reiieral plan which luoit of tlieso lit toil tn It that ran be pulleil out by baud. The barrel kIioiiIi! be n't up un n phitfonn IiIrIi iioiirIi h that the j solution may lie drawn off Into n pall. runner directions, n Riven by Ihc ' collcRe. nre as follnwH: Till the barrel with uncut tubers and then cover When they them with the solution. !mo been hi two hours drain off Hit solution throueh the hole near the hot torn, diimplii'; the (Hdatoes nu the Rmuuit mid IlllliiR thu barrel nRnln. The fiiriuaMehjde solution eau be o o iim-i- iiRaln and acalii, reiiewlii'; only to replace that which Is taken up by T'ic Itrrrfunl trti-- of cat Ho If a I the seed potatoes. If the treatment Is lief litnil iuri- - nnil ntniflf. onj no made when ruttlm: Is Rolui; forwnrd (iiiini (j timik' tint Mm ct-aro of ti um fulnc'-It I tAiil of tho no time Is wasted In looking after that no Mlu-- t.rcf trcJ ll'rtfn!r tlltttl to turn rotiKh fcnl chaiiRes of treatiuent. In larRcr ojier i Ik utlons one can expeditiously treat n Into hiKh KraIo mvnt Thfi Hen larce number of potatoes by liavlni; fonla urn unnt ruMlers an-- Krow fat on rnnjeca where other cattlo or ten luirrels. Treatment can ekht fall to fatten. Tho itctr shown l u . Is; made ut any time pro. Ions to Iterefunl. LIVE STOCK HUSBANDRY Making the Little Farm Pay By C. C. BOYVSFICLD PUBLIC OP SALE helrs-at-la- GUNNS CHAPEL. Mr Hob Simpson was here Friday. Miss Ituth Hay was a guest of Mrs Allen Teater, Sunday. Mr Curtis Kast of Cincinnati wk here Friday and Saturday. Master James It. Amon has betn ill but Is able tn be out again. Mr Taltnn May sold a pair of mulcn to Mr Wm Teater for $2.10. Mrs Iinymond Davis was a guest if Mrs. Irvine Simpson Sunday. Services are being conducted at tfce Methodist church by the pastor. Genuine Kanawha sold does not Harden in the barrel. Hudson, Hughes fir Karnau. Mr and Mrs Jesse Sanders of I'oor Itidge were guests of Mr and Mro Josiah McCulley, Sunday. Misses Zula Calico, Maude Teater and I.enna Million are attending Teacher's Institute in Lancaster. Miss Ilrmice Teater was ono of the party who spent a pleasant day with laj Myrtle Teater Saturday. Mrs Arthur Dailey and little son. or McCreary, visited her parents, Mr ami Mrs Lige Hurt Thursday nntl Friday. The following made a delightful motor trip to Lexington via Lancaster. Njcholasville Sunday. .Messrs Tnitun Mav. Ijock Simmon. F! II Chandler. Irvine Simpson, Habart May, Dec Fothergill, Wm May, Mr and Mr? Jt.hsi Land and Miss Lenna Hollen. Friends of the contracting partiew were very much surprised a few dims ago to Icurn of the marriage of iij. Carl May and Miss Sadie Burton viVcb took place at the home of Mr lls-tr- r Masters on July 22. Both parthi are very young and popular here. Wr wish for them the greatest amount of jov and success. LAND. m,i Owners of small fnrms have tnkeii up the question of beef production. There Is n decided motemciit In favor of meat ti l il nulls In Ihc central west, and the educational effort now roIiir forward l.s to have n good effect. This Is a jirolltnble branch of funning hi more ways than one. Meat tallies are on such n high basis that farmers can more than double their money on beef where they rnlc their own stock. Ileef raising disposes of fothlir nud cmln to the best advantage, keeps up soil fertility nnd adds a large cash Income to the revenues of the f ti nil. "I saved ?7 on every calf I raised for the luiby beef fetsl lot last Jenr," said L. D. White of t'nlon couiitj', la. "He sides, I hey had more quality, more ability to l.i j- - on fat and more feeding capacity than nny I could buy." The owner of n small farm who has equipped his place tvlth n silo and a Held of nlfnlfa can profitably handle a earlo.nl of beef cn tie every year. If he cannot brted so many on the place he Is always uble As BRent of the of Abner Kay, deceased, I will on SATUItDAY, SKIT. 'Jnd, 1910. at 10 o'clock 8. m., sell on the premises, the farm known as the Abner Hay farm situated six and miles from Lancaster on the Poor Kldge pike in Garrard County, Kentucky, to the highest bidder, same containing 6G acres. It will he ottered first in two tracts, r.e tract containing about If, acres and the other tract about Jl acres, ami then ottered as a whole, nnd the bid realizing the largest sum will he accepted. This farm if located in a good neighborhood, church and school house within a mile, is well improved, with comfortable five room dwelling and good ou. buildings, under good fence, well watered nnd in a high (tnte of cultivation. The land is adapted to the growth of hemp and one-ha- tobacco, Let it be understood that this farm will sell rain or shine and there will be no TKK.MS One half cash nnd the remainder in twelte mouths. At the same time there will also be sou on ine place a portion ot me crop ot ern growing on the farm anu also some oats. Wm. HAY. Agent BKYANTSVILLE Mr. II. II. llnlcomli sick for several days. Miss Mary I'iien has been quite is the guest of relatives at Ilurrudsburg. Miss Mnrgaret Itolinson has been in Indiana for a visit to relatives. Mrs II. II. Sweeney left Saturday for an extended stay in Jettersonsville Ind. Miss Iiessie Caldwell of Loudon came WAY up i,. C.:c :notUiins of Western North Carol:, a arc the beautiful and attractive resorts of Asheville, Bk.ck Mair.it. lin, Hendersonvillc, Brevard, Lf.ke To ...v . P 'uJa. Wryitcsvillc. (Lake Jtmnluska1. Flrt Ro. k. H. t and Tryon. Spend yrur vac. .i. i .t tf t:.tsc ccol nnil delightful places tr ..t Trite Sji.r.c. Trim. trip Excursion tickets rrc on s.iic da ly, j;o.k1 unt.I Os.ubcr 31st, via . . Sr-V.- gs, . Krv-n- F, Hi tlrr 'n! 'm,nuln. ItiJrv In ' i kt J W .rarr .il I" - V r. n'r-rnr- .. C .1 at Ill.rV Juna!uV.a I SOUTHERN RMI.V.'AY of the South Stop-over- s j.uiiUs. Three special Low Fare allowed iit Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. For full Information are Ticket Ar.tnt. Southern Railway, or write U. II. Todd, Dnlim I'aurnccr Afccm, Louiivillc, Kentucky. Diaw II Check fur the money youove Mini note how much more your creditors reThey like to do gard you huMiiuss uitli a man who has an Garrard account at Bank & the Trust Go. They know he is doing I usincss in a huitfjs like waj. Better open Hiirh n account even if jour attain are nut large 1'hey will grow nil right The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. CupiUil A. It $50,000. , Surplus $30,000. Vice Prcs't. fc. )KN!JY. President J. K. STOItMES. C. DENNY. Cashier. men follow, mid yoti can make chances tubers one and one-hal- f hours In n so to fit your conditions. However, there hltlon made by dNsoh Ins four ounces Is ono rule upon which nil feeders arol'if the inwdered sublimate hi thirty ncrced-th- at Is, not lose the calf Rallons of water. Ill the hitter case faf-n- nd It means that jou must keep Use onlv wooden teasels, ns corrosive strength when hi con. the calf "roiuhiR" nil the time, espe sublimate dally duriiis the weanlns perlotj. tact with metal. To two or three That's the most Important time In tho iuirts of hot water In n wooden pall ni'l f'Ulr otluce.s of corrosive sublimate life of n Iraby beef. ""I "tlr until disiheil. Then add this Pall calves ustiallv come hi Pei-tet"'1 ,v,,,, r f" " l,ami " ,"ik,- - ,lllrty ber or October. .Most feeders sa v that milk Is necessary for prolltuble Inby t"'"""- - Tills stiMtance l.s very jhiIsoii. Rl"""'1 '"' kl''t from l'll'lreii Isef pnsliictlon. mid so they let the ,,u''rni... r,i.. in, n.ir iofi..-r- . nr tor,, nd the treated tubers kept from stock. them to their mothers twice a day. V" "" Ui ?!"" w,1",1'1 "ioru Allow them tn ent uroln ns soon as than tlinv tlnuw without rruewlntr. rortiiahl'li.vil( not ns cffrctlvp m they will take It. Keep the cows nway o)rro-Iv- o ulllImltl' In coutrolllm; Mruo while they nre entliu;. llulld n "creep' either ilItaMHt Imt Is Just ns elTectlve for the caltes or turn them hi a Fcp nrate lot Con, and oats, mhed half j , ' and half by measure, will make n Rood metal or wooden teasels and can mlituro to Rturt them on. Crndually over and over iiriiIii. These nil- Increase the corn ami decrease tho oats rautaces probably outwelch lbs dlnd-vautaceuntil at the end of eight or nine weeks I'l.int disease experts nt the they are Rctllui; no oats nt all. Add a collece of iiKrlculture say that farmers little nllmeal ns yoti take out tho onts will obtain satisfactory results tvlth Until when they nre on full feed they either. are RettliiR twenty pounds of nllmeal to elRliiy imumu or com. A union pea Supporta. amount of bran with this mixture, say this season the question of sup-teimproves It. to my notion. p,m.s p,.a Tnes Is a troublesome C'ottonseisl meal can be substituted fur one with many .ardeiiers. When It Is many finslers fay to I, luul brush Is undout.tcdl.v the nlthotn-- h olluieul. that olluienl Is letter while the calves U- -t support, but with many brush are nursliiR. (Jlte them plenty of rihhI cannot be bad and u mil- -. clover, alfalfa or mixed hay. When e used. I'oultry ii.ttln. beeonies verv weanliu: time conies they will scarcely notice thnt the milk supply has stop-!!- . I I would keep fall calves off entirely, fcedlne them In n dark enisl shed or stall, lit coure they will want some exercise, but not much. A little corn sllate. If yon have It, or crren corn will bo relllusl by them. They should Is on full feed by July or AiiRtist and should bo catlnc nliotit two MitiniU of cniln fur etery hiindreil n.i,i,i.l4 nt f ... wt.irt tt'li. .11 tin, pmIi'im are twelve to fourteen mouths o'd they LJ i . should be In prime condition Mid ready for tli' t'hrlstiiins market, which Is n iismiiII the hls'iest of the te'ir for int tie of quality and tliiMi. Sprlnc caltes dropptsl In Mareli and April are ustiallv tliils''ed for the Mat and June markets, wh'.eh are Renernlly Rood, since few prlnio tattle me for sale tit tills time. Mo.t men allow the , a Ives to run w Ith their d.mis on sr:is iiiirsln. until the cows are dr. others keep the calves hi n well bedded, dark cued stable. nllowliiR them to stnk night and uioruhi':. thus nvoldhiK much lly trouble. I'lirlm; December and Jatiuarj- - they should Is-- on full feed, so ns to Ret to market durlUR May and - "j in 'iirrusne suouiu.iie hoiii. MT. HEBRON Mr. Elgan Montgomery Is at Grit. Orchard for his health. Miss Lilla Dalton of London is vitli her Uncle Mr. W. S. Bowling. Mis9. Edith Montgomery returned home Saturday from Lexington. Mr. Denme Scott bought of Mr. atone of Danville Saturday a Ford automobile. s Mrs. Dudley Gordon of Frankfort with her parents Mr. and Mrs. W. lis. Montgomery at Lock. S. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Grow were with Mr. and Mrs. Elverton Lemay tt Coy Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Odus N'aylor are the proud parents cf a fine boy whom tbev have christened Cecil Kay. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Sparks vr ere TS'itb his brother Mr. Jas Sparks near Lancaster Saturday night and Suntlav. We will buy your wheat, 9tcre it tes " ;,,,, JCs" . -- v.!-1 last week and will teach here for another year. Mr and Mrs Nathan Xoe of Camden Ohio, nre expected Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Noe. Miss Cecil Howling returned home Sunday after spending two weeks is Jackson with relatives. Misj Kliza Isun has been the guest uf her tiatcr, Mrs. T. S. I'oor at for several days. Miss Katharine Grinstead of Somerset, has returned home after visiting her aunt. .Mrs. J. C. Williams. Wil-mo- ioc.no hecp stock. .t fr 4L j o rl in. It. T JMIIIIY, Asst Cashier. J. I. lilt 1., Book-Keep- June. . Safety 1), Deposit WK Boxes For 11. Rent. J. E. SOLICIT YOl'H Bl'SINESS. Posey, AU'X I!. Denny, Cochran, J. Samual Stornies. S. C. Denny. J. I.. Gill. I)r. V. M. Elliott. Director". Stop At The Gait House When In Louisville. EUROPEAN PLAN. hut from the sun's r.ijs and burns the Malt Fcoil For Pija. tendrils. An Ud tennis net sticlehed bnrley will mike between po.ss along the rows of peas Rlteii webtlit of I eller l.iIi.s I i f.itteiiuu animal; than makes an excellent stipimrt. a:n inn l I: all th.it would tho A Roth! support can be nude by using Ih prislmed from It. Iile-pectlof staked f 'J by I Inch material, such in hi feedlliR malt - a Rood Used for frames of lioues, though feed when n small proportion of the lighter material will answer. The Rraln ration is made up of It. It is stakes should be six feet above the especially rx1 for jouiir or weakly ground, Niink deep enough In the 1Irs when Rheii hi a small allow ame ground lo withstand the eight of tlu A ration composed of "H to 80 per cent plants ati.t the pressure of the wind. of mult with a iiilttiire of i: round torn Nail six erosspleces on the uprights nud iiilddlhiRs would make excellent eight Inches apart. Two or more of when Rlten with s'ilm feed, these stakes will lie required, iiccoiillns mil!;. While the malt is us e.islly ban to the length of the rows. Two will Is' pns i,s dees Mltllclcut for n low twelve to fifteen tiled ns bran, the drylns not reduce lis t nine as n feed. A titer, feet long. When the stakes are set tie lean AsrlcullurM. strong cord to the ends of the cross-pieces- , riiiinlug the cord from post to Fertility In Swlna. post. Cut noli lies In the erosspleces In I'ectiudlty hi sulno appears lo be hi hold the cords securely In place. heritable, at least to a slight degree. This fact Is borne out by herdhook ree Hellebore For Currant Worms. ords, Allowing for their eirors. It Is Hellelsire must Ik) used freely to biro of the questionable whether the currant worms, it can lo aplitter really repuseuts the hereditary plied dry or us a spray. For spraying factors triinsmltied. The will hog one iHiiind Is sutllclent for twenty Balusually nvcrages four pUs per litter, lon of water. Hellebore quickly loses very fertile sows of Improve.) broods Its poisonous ptopcrtlc, and therefore often nrerage eight pigs, but the Taut north, with an nteniRe of twelve pigs must lsi freshly mixed and applied frequently. mo-per ow, Is fecund breed. the t GOOD ROOMS FOR $1. PER DAY. Fine Dining Room with Excellent Service Meels Trains. and Low Price. Free Auto-Bu- s Turkish and Electric Bathes. Write for Reservations. J. GREENBERG, Manager. Optlmlitle Thought. If angels ever condescend to walk this carlli It I when clad hi the font of good mothers. Their Dltpoiltlon. , Women throw old shoes at n brtdo nllh the hope yt hitting the bridegroom. Toledo Itlude. Qot It at Once. Mr. S!uiri "Oh, I say, Mr. Dense, iiulmiil do you think you'll like what to be on a cold tlayV Mr. Dense "Um. er. ah let me see I think I should like he a Utile otter. Airy. Her Particular Sphere. 'Mull wife." boasted llrolluT Iloin bershny, "ion tie most prominent soYessah, cialist hi ills end o' town. bossln''" Kansas city Stur, tool ii I wldoiil she's right tlur to do de our thureli ueter thinks V Rltlu' a thlii'; else!" u to buy caltes from dairy farmers In tho neighborhood. The aim at llrst should be to produce a carload of marketable stock. Where the farm Is 100 to KM acres there is nothing to country. hinder the owner raising two or three Mr and Mrs C. C. Becker. Mr W. H. carloads hi a year, but It Is best to set Boner. Mr and Mrs H. K. Swope, Mr. exchange it tor First Patent Flour. Hudson, Hughes and Farnaa- c, ,.., .,.,,1 Mv. A II C, Mr u- the murk at one load for the first seaCenter Bros, received Saturday JT son. ThU branch of business requires motored to Mackville Sunday and spent a little experience. Just ns ever thing the day with Mrs John t'eters. head of cattle from different partie In-- ' else does. this locality at prices from t to 62c Mrs. W. A. Price of Lancaster, Mrs. With this program adopted n fanner lib. starting out In beef production should Hay Orrell and children and Mr Gus ini try to prepare a lot of top notch alli- Dunn of Horula, njoyed an all tiajsl Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Montgomery Svj-tl- c it i. um Is that will nverage l.f0 pounds nt stay with Miss Levy luiii, at. .nisi bovs attended services at Scotts guests ot flrs. the nge of twelte to fifteen months. If Henry Tomlmsun's last Tuesday. The Sunday and were the the right kind of stock Is tied nnd lunch was served on the lawn and a Mary A- - "muers. there Is good suetvss In fattening, top most enjoyable day was spent. Miss Christine Kogers returned Ci atj figures III the market will lie secured. Wednesday xftsr The W. C. T. U. which was recently ' llome in Ua,,ville manager will soon tlnd The careful organized here held their first meeting spending a week here with her ster pro luce the first that he an W Urow pounds of beef much more cheaply Thursday at ternoon at the Methodist Miss Mary Heasley accoinfaR'j" than he etui add to this weight. My church. Since its organization 6etcr.il The Mr. Curt Barker returned to lies- homr-ne- xt observation shows that the real profits members hate been added. ' ure In marketing beet animals nt nu meeting will be held nt the home Sunday near Lancaster and wiVattentJ nge not exiiedlnc two year.. This U of Mrs. 11. C. Hose and an interesting the Institute this week. turning orr the money pretty fast, program Iia3 been arranged. The typhoid fever patients mi Mr. and by making It u rule to marUel the Scott Huffman. Mrs. Tom Daalin Masstock at an early age one can niVord to In Campaign Yeais. ter Orven Montgomery, and Mr. Jasper govern the selling by the tone of the They also serve who only stand anc Sherrow. Mrs. Edgar Duncau U alto oc market. yell. ChleuRo News. the sick list. As farmers git In In skill they will Hud It nn easy matter to ftirnMi a fine is the mosf Mr. Ernest Montgomery Dangerous People. quality of luiby lieef. This Is accomcommunity he people, these fellows generous fellow in our Dangerous plished by the selection of suitable has been quite successful fishing recsnt-l- v. calves nnd a wise system of feeding. who don't know when they uro so he made a feast and bade hi' ticket!. Wull Street Journal. No jiolnt hi the business Is more Imfriends come. those who didn't respond, portant than that of starting with the he didn't compel them to come but suit rlRht kind of young stock. Then It Is Willing to Carry It a Little Way, only n question of forcing Rrowth by j ' them all thev could eat. 'Great wealth Is a burden. skillful handling. Men who have dai- shouldn't mind having It long enough ries are aide to secure a uniform to become ii little fatigued." Boston i bunch of joting animals, ns n nile. Transcript. but If they fall short of the required numlier In starting n Isvf herd with HUSBAND RESCUED' Worth While Quotation. uniformity they will nlways be able to The heart Is nlwajx hungry. No mat tlnd native stock to meet their jeetls. happily (lenerally speaking. It Is unwise to lives best Is alone. The wisest am DESPAIRING WIFE wiser and better for tilt bring In feeders. Young stock .shipped the friends he has. Selected. from remote oliits cost more than they nre worth lhee days, and the transportation unfits them for maturing Guarding Against Fires In Austria. After Four Years of Discouraging As ii preventive against lire Ausrapidly. They don't begin to measure Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gaye up with stock that gets Its start hi the trian laws require dwellings and busl-nes- s Up in Despair. Husband houses to be built throughout of tielghlHirhootl. A little observation of Came to Rescue. the market will astonish many farm- solid materials. ers who do not know tho demand for high quality babj lieof and the profit Another Lure of Publicity. Catron, Ky.In an Interesting letter Many a man donates to some puli-ll- e (rom this place, Airs. Ucttie there Is In supplying It. liullocir might well movement the money he The small farmers of the central writes as follows : "1 sulfered lor lour west only need to tool; Into the matter lime used to pay Ids butcher, baker years, with womanly troubles, and during of concentrated feeding to realize that or grocer. Macon News. this time, I could only sit up for a little. they lire able to take advantage of tho while, and could not walk anywhere at high prices for meat animals. It will Shakespeare's Advice. 1 pay to restrict the pastures and depend That we would do, we should do all. At timts, would have severe pain more on alfalfa, silage, resits nud conwhen we would ; for tills world changes In my left side. The doctor was called In, and his treatcentrated feeds. More can bo accom- and hath abatements anal delays tic plished en a farm of rl to lbV acres many as there are tongues, ure hands, ment relieved me for a while, but I wae than Is generally understissl. The nre itccldcnts; ntnl then this should Is soon confined to my bed again. After problem Is one of management. The like n spendthrift sigh, that hurts by that, nothing seemed to do me any pcod: I opportunity Is one of the most attrac- casing, Shakespeare. I had gotten so weak I could net starxl, tive that American farmers have ever and I gave up in despair. presented to Iheni. If they believe had At last, my husband got me a bottle ol Doth Prodigals. In diversity and hi business funning A young wife remonstrated with her Cardui, the woman's tonic, and t comono of the llr-- t steps they should take on menced taking It. From the very first Is to cugngo hi b.cf production up to husband, a dissipated spendthrift, "Lote," said he, "1 am dose, I could tell It was helping me. I Ids conduct. tho full capnclte of their land. like the prodigal son; I shall reform can now walk two miles without by and by." "I will be like the prodiHad an Irish Look. me, and am doing ray woilc" gal son. too," she replied, "for 1 shall Hobble nsked his father If time was If you are all run down from womanly arise and go to mj father." troubles, don't give up in despair. Try invented 111 Ireland, because It was: Cardui, the woman's tonic. It lias helped called O'CIock. more than a million women, in ik 60 Maine Lighthouse. Peculiar years and 6bould Par off the coast of Maine Is a Jagged surely of wonderful success,druggist has help ou, too. Referring to the Cow? ledge of rock, known as Saddleback Is- sold Cardui lor years, Your lie knows what Milt! that a gravestone beam It Is land, on which the only means of laiitl do. Ask him. this Inscription: "Here lie.-- , the hotly lug Is by it derrick to which a sort of it will it. Begin taking He will recommend Cardui today. of Samuel Hidden, who tiled suddenly chair Is iittaclicd, A lighthouse Is mainU'ri.' nud unexpected!)- - by being kicktsl to lo: ClutuiMOM MtJklne Ci.. Us tained tut this ledge, managed by AJvliofy Pspt.. Ctutum-jga- , T.art.. ft .Sfsetu' dentil by a cow. Well done, good unit keeper nnd two IK. 'I'frurlwil on your itssistauts with tel. WMimvat Iwr Wwuto."ou aaj sUi--v fulthful servant!" wtcwi LtA- - it. iai lo uitu ou duty ut ull It lues. New Crop Crimson Clover now in. Old seed will not germinate properly. Hudson. Hughes and Farnau. Misses Hettie Ilerndon of Richmond, Nell Day of Jackson and Mattie Woods of I'atnt Lick, nre attractive guests of Miss Cecil Howling at her home in the r t ;rr l.i The Central Record, Thursday Aug 3 191t. FOR THIS VISIT ONLY. REMARKABLE INTRODUCTORY OFFER I ! waaaiaas I HA I aIIIIH Bll SUNUAT mmncd uimiLii rcTiou iliiuii $5. EYE GLASSES AT $1. a PAIR. in making this remarkable otter of $5.00 glasses for 11.00 a pair is simply to introduce our service in your community as LENSES. well as our SHUR-FIOur Sur Fit Lenses have met with great success bv many persons who are now wearing thm and are meeting with the same results wherever they are introduced. Interesting Reasons Why Modern OPTICAL CO., of Cincinnati, Ohio, wishes to announce that their Specialist The SHUR-FI- T and his Assistant will be in Lancaster, at Hotel Kengarlan. Wednesday and Thursday, Aug., 9th and Oth, and every 90 days thereafter, to make examinations and take your order. OUR OBJECT OUR OPTICAL SPECIALIST 1 Housekcrpcrs Should Wean llie Family From Sabbath Overeat-in- g and Keep It a Day of Real Rest and Peace. urn inure reason 11 .Monday" TIIf.l!i: for of"blue weekly wnslnt.yl fin' 'I hitherto hai Ihiiiic all the re nshlllly for this nickname, but most hoUscwhcs know only too Well and his assistant have had years of experience and you may rely on them absolutely. We will be pleased to examine all those who have eye trouble or wear glares AIISOLI'1 KI.Y FREE. We would suggest, therefore, that uu call on them OUR NEW INVISIBLE BIFOCALS Will Not Confuse You. SURE-FI- T LENSES T THE WILL POSITIVELY RELIEVE ALL PAINS AIIOI HEAD AND EYES as well as all other abnormal conditions of the ees that can be relieved through wearing of properly tltted glasses ot quality in most all cases. You Can See Near And Mm 1 Don't Forget the Dates Far With The Same Lenses. That the above ofTer of $3.00 Eye Glasses for $1.00 a pair is for this visit only. Special prices on all other classes of Optical Work. Regular prices will prevail after our first visit to Lancaster. Vcda::d:7 OUR WORK IS GUARANTEED FOR FIVE YEARS. Heware of all persons who call at your home and claim to be representing us.as we do not have representatives, but our Specialist at the hotel as we advertise. All orders taken delivered by insured parcel post. Address all communications to Main Office. SHUlt-FI- T OI'TICAL CO., Cambridge lildg., CINCINNATI, 0 S: Th'.;:i:y. Au? 9th S; id: turn-i- s employs help Is obliged unless Ihe maid Is crj iiiii'tcnt to ls run that thing stnlitly on tlie nlcrt to Monsiier, the lulstri-ss- , run Mii".'t!n) to all. w for the tiiiilil's shorter hours of rrnlo' on Ktihdaj and her "aflcriiin off." must frecps ntl) take the greater port of her own da) of t Iti to di the things that she thinks must ti clone that the strenuous Sunday, which precedes It, Is generally the riiil cuuu. In the at majority of Ironies, where) the inetiiNrs attend church mid Sun. day school with sjstcinatlc regularity Sunday nfter "meeting" Is considered The gissl more or less n gala man of the bouse, as mil as other incmlsT of the fnmlly. clss-- an es peclnlly good dinner, with at least n line niit, hot tcgctahlca, salad and an elaborate dessert In recognition of the day Also, It Is not nu uncommon oe currciice for ctra giieMs to drop t:i for Snndnj dinner This, of course, tin utm a erj busy morning'" work In the kitchen for aomcliod) lltcti the housewife wlm REMEMBER! KENGARLAN HOTEL OFFICE HOURS h:30 A. M.. to V00 I'. M. limited come early and avoid the rush. ROOM HOTEL I'ARLOR. If Tn ris-tl- this Siiiuls) tiitgls ar" set -- hour for breakfast and a riusouaMe make a Hicill of ttie simplest descrtp I jour REt'ElTlON We would ask you not to permit our remarkable oiler to conflict in your mind with other such offers that have been made at Drug Stores and such other places by men who are not responsible nor established anywhere, nnr do they claim to be. As to ourselves, wo are located and established both. We guarantee our work and glasses both for FIVE YEARS in writing, and as to the responsibility of our guarantee, we will give bankable reference to those desiring same. These glasses we are advertising are the kind that usually sell at most optical establishments at $3.03 and in seme cases even more. This is the first timu to our knowledge that such otter has been made by responsible people who will stand back of their work and cannot be branded as fakers as some have. We will make these prices THIS VISIT ONLY, and no more. Call and see us ami we will explain bow these pecial prices can be made. You are not obliged to buy glasses and all EXAMINATIONS ABSOLUTELY FREE. rrom, fJrfi to ft month and living. Financial Note. Collego women aro desired, but few Also, young num. If you marry a havo tho necessary training. Experi wife who knows how to economize, ence In ones own homo nnd practical there will be more money for you to sonso aro n founilatlon, but no more. spend. Galveston News. Tbe duties In these positions Include catering to large numbers, scientific Sawed-Of- f Sermon. buying nnd the management of a staff And many n man who gives up ten of servants. Tbe salaries are not large, cents Investigation Proves That Fresh but tneso positions often prove step-plu- g pects to the church on Sunday exthe Lord to give him buck $10 stones to larger opiwrtunlty. the next day. Imllanapolls Star. Opportunities Are Open to A Burnous Wrap. Graduates of Ability and DeFelt Her Loneliness. A. world famous Indian dancer tuts "I suppose you miss your husband mand Exceeds the Supply In succeeded In reviving tho Arab cloak, which Is merely an enormous half cir- terribly?" "Indeed I do. You can't Branches of Household Arts. cle of cloth or silk caught together in Imagine how lonely I ntu with no ono tho mlddlo of Its straight eldo. nnd Is In the house to contradict." Detroit wearing It In n number of picturesque Free I'rcss. is coming to bo ways. Sometimes she slips tlio loop In DIETUTICS a highly bpecInlUed the back right over her bead and drapes Stops Nose Bleed. Culls for dieti- tho long circular fronts nNivo ono Tako n small piece of cotton; satutians come from hospitals, shoulder and beneath the other arm. rate It with vinegar, nnd Insert In thf clubs and progressive Institutions, pub- Then she turns It round nnd crosses It nostril that Is bleeding. Let It stay lic and private. Salaries aro uot yet In tho back, letting the richly emfully standardized, and the duties are broidered bonier fall straight from for 11 few minutes, when the bleeding will cease entirely. clearly defined. not neck to heel. NEW OCCUPATIONS ti FOR COLLEGE GIRLS iFARMOR'S COLUMN! I i SSS4QQ4 . . . ) . , . J . . . . . . o li i.i ij as7 (tpsce below Ihtt brailiuicli tol the rxclu-Ifuie ot onr farmer flulfacrltieri. antl f (or the isle ot Hock, gtalu ami itich ttillocs on farm Ihe farmer cannot afford to adrer ttae. No notice wilt be accepter! orer tour lines. ant will beonleln two laBties of Itie cord, free of charge New Lingerie For the Summer Emphasizes Coolness LOST Hetween Nina and Lowell, a good razor. Keward if left at Hill S. I.. I.avton. Whitakers. For Sale; A good Southdown buck. Henry Arnold, Ilyattsville. Foil SALK 25 good ewes and 3 extra good Poland China boars. Walker Ilradsbaw. first year, young mountain sheep for sale. E. C. McWhorter and J. 11. Woods., I'aint Lick, Ky. 300 I.OST-Ii- ig. tloli, and let tl- - service ts aomewliati on the l'.ngllsh plan fxt thos.. who are' tnnly wait upon themvltcs I'nilt, uncooked cereal, u plate of thin bread1 and butter, with eggs that may nil the I Isitlisl upon IIh tatile. will gl essentials of a nutritious hriakfast. es prclally at this season of the year, when hravliT. hot fi"l Is not required. hn on!) one maid Is employed Is ntment fnnu home for the and afternoon n ml. Ms.) illuner Is Tlie es nslest for the housekis'lsT cutlaLs of this iiuij easily Is- - made remly on Satiirdn) Thus the actual cooking of the dinner m-ccmsutue but half or thris- iptsrlers of an hour or If n hot dinner 1, demanded and It is nwa)s the wlvr plan to have one In ae there "smie n few days of damp, frli-aleak, cold weather hMtlisl rhliken. innis 'hi'is, a rhlrhcu pie that an Is- - made n Saturday and w 111 onlj rispilre rein-stinor one of the inntiy savory dishes tluit enn Is- In the tlreli- -s osiUer will all ! found ciccllcnt suggi-stloti- s to tho Sunday culinary lal-- r. In like manner try to nrrnnni- - the ups-- or "high tea" so tluit It will Is' of the rdnipli-s- t rhnnicter A variety of dainty aandwlrhi-s- . a cup of lull Ion, nalnd or rhnling dish dnln ty easily prvpanit and suplilementnt by Iced tea or coffee, fruit and wafers (purchased by the lull odor the hou.-wif- o a wider rangii from which to make her selection. !' always Tlds.fact proliubly explains tbe relutlvo acordtj of good dietitians. A woman who supplements her academic courses with thorough training In dietetics In ooo of the well ttaudardlxcd home economics training schools will Hud herself In demand. It Is pointed out that capable beginners way receive (W u month and maintenance, and when experience, Is Kalned they can command balarlcs running as high as $150 and maintenance. Just at this time, when so many young women hate left tbe college handsome, black white "A man wlf an easy disposition." and tan bitch, just weanad puppies. Any snM Undo Eben, "gits so many friend; Left A. K. Walkers July 5th dat sooner or Inter he's got to throw information will be appreciated. some of 'em down mi" to show hl Woods Walker His Troubles. friendliness to the others." and universities and aro preparing for some active work or career, other activities offer similar opiKjrtunltles to tho collego womun seeking to apply her labor and knowledge lit tho most useful way, loth for her own Iwneflt and that of the community. Ilxtenslon work In rural communities Is lncr"u,.tng rapidly, especially under the lntluencu of u new bill which provides federal nlil for Instruction In ngrtculture In country district. Women who hue the foundation training In tlie fcclencu of fo d and In addition it strung teaching instinct will find In thc ociilngs n field npart from Uassrooin Instruction. ' ltesourccfulncss In adapting tho subject of liome economics to rural and small village conditions and cxperlenco In demonstrating food preparation will make for succcbs. Kxis-ricnc- o must bo secured before a young woman candidate may hopo to tako chargo ot un , Sympathetic Chauffeur. you!" snarled the injured party. "I was standing with mj Jersey FOIt urtltlclal limb In such u position that the foot thereof projected beyond thf Hull 18 months old. I'erfect color and II, J. Tinslev. curbing, and jou have run over suld marking.. Lancaster, Ky. synthetic hoof und broken it. "Why didn't you put your best foot FOR RKNT-- 35 acres of good grass foremost?" flippantly unswored tht and plenty of water. tuxlcnb driver. Kansas City Star. Mrs. Carrie Davidson, R. F. D. no. 3. Lancaster. "Confound farm of f.l acres For particulars apply to for 1917. J. A. Conn, Jr. Lsncaster. Ky FOK ItENT-l- ly them. Drsu Covsrs. jnrds of enmbric cut lu two strips two and yards long will make suit enter. Join by scl vagex, lap oler tho other two schagc ami button down the front Cut a flap at tin- - top and button out cnuswlte eneIoH shaisMake aliiall open Ing at the top through which the coat hanger or skirt tnis-n pass fo bang by It Lcep jour suit or light dress from tbe dust nnd Is tisi light to crush I'e ist one-hal- f 11 - 11 s 000000000000000000o VACATION HINTS. o o He discreet as to jour comiinn. Ions and jour hours. Never loiter until nu unsts'iiily hour with men m the beach or In the dark corners of the iMirch. You may think such con duct Is mi Indication of jour Ipulnrlty. but In reality It will cause jou to Ik hunucd by the iil'-- e girls ami Isiys Inter on. If subscription picnics, sails or euehers are ghen either sub-crlljour dues or ask jour chaiH'roti to subscribe for jou. Iluests must do these things to Is- - really In the swim at a slimmer If a fair or bniar Is given for charity try to think up some original article to mako nnd sell or something new lu Ihe way of 11 ImmiIIi. Originality and a willingness to help makes Hum fly at 11 resort and are nl ways at 11 premium. If the "big Imjs" do not llis'k nmund you at llrst do not hold aloof and Slake yourself agris'ablo sulk. fo some of the older folks, and tho admiration of middle aged men or even old can lloat you 011 to tvlleshlp with their sons mid joungcr brothers. Keep jour hotel room lu good order. Do not toss your clothes about or strew your Ixsl and hii. rcau with trophies of wood or beach. Yon would !o surprised to learn how chambermaids carry laics nnd gossip alamt your 0 o o o o o o o o oI o o Lost A Shepherd pup, white ring around neck nnd one glass eye. was .uonuay 111 i.aucasier or ueiween Lancaster and llryantsville. Liberal reward for unv infonnatiun I'hone llryantsville. 1091 53-- lt FARM FOR ,1... SALE. .t o o o As He Sized It Up. Tho Girl "You suy that Sllss Tudds und Jack l'ott tire to be married. Why, 1 didn't know they knew each other," The Cynic "They don't. Thut's why, they aro going to be married." Sickness and Death From Milk. It Is well known that the recoriH of muny cities show thut dirty milk causes murh sickness und death from diarrheal diseases among children one to Ihe yeurs old and that It Is In hot weather that dirty milk Is most dctidly. Not the Saleslady' Fault I'loorwulker "Do jou realize that you were four hours selling thoso two women n yard of ribbon?" Saleslady "I know, sir. Hut Just us they got to tbe counter they discovered thut tbey cuch hud u baby Just leurulng to talk." Siren. General Qalllenl's Epigrams. The lute General (lament wus a master of epigrammatic expressions. "Don't criticize until you can remedy," Is one which obtulned great fuvor to Krunce, und might be recommended to critics here. "If you've got brains, use them; If not, plant cabbages," wus of tho general's sayings. "Set things golnf, und keep them going," ud "Say what you wuut doue, but don't Buy tuore thau a tuun can remember," were two other counsel. Gazette. West-uiliut- On Sugar Creek, five miles from Lan- nn u t . 1. I..U-- -1 t IF ACCIDENT (JK SICKNESS For information see W, II, Lackey, Lancaster, Ky. He Knew How It Felt. The Teacher "So Delilah cut Samson's hair und all his strength went out of him. Smv, when did Siiinsnn'f strength go out of him? You may un. Willie." Willie "I guess It Kwer. wuz when he Recti hlsself In th' gluss." vieveiatm I'laln Dealer. SHOULD SUDDENLY STRIKE HOW FAR IS THE DOCTOR ? ?? lndciwndcut district Salaries range to 11,800. from Matrons ami bouse mothers rosy well bo considered In tho socbil work Croup. The. im1Uous are less highly specialized uml tho scientific training tnd attitude, whllo important, must bo combined with a general social habit In orphanages and homes for children training In pedagogy or kindred nub-- 1 Jects Is desirable. OpiHirtuiiltlcti us rcstuurunt teurootu uud cafeteria managers urn not many for women because tho managers aro usually the owner ami must lmu rnp-- 1 1UL Colls for assistance. In restaurants and tearooms ure Irregulur, ami tho salaries pal I do not ap;cul to tho col-- ! lege woman who U cnpuble of doing something else. Still a woman with 11 nine cupum may nere una a vocation. Proved executive ability, u good uu derstaudlug of food und strong business sense aro CBHcutlaL Somo women have established noonday lunchrooms in the business sections ot largo cities with great success. It will ba seen at ouco that tho post-Uo- n of housek-Icr- s In clubs, hotels Dd private schools calls fur technical training' In domestic acton eo and abUlty of high order. The daaaaad for well Qualified candidate ti frequently some what greater than tii supply, and tho salaries ruu ' With a telephone In your home he is in the next room. This means prompt assistance, relief from pain, life saved. Are you going to let another day goby without a in your home? Why takes chances? The costjs trifling. the service to Drop a card today to, tele--phone you-priceless., o o 0 o o o o o o o o o ,0 o o o o Realistic. During a Shakespeare celebration a number of local amateurs appeared In tho great dramatist's most famous tragedy. Next day Ihe principal actor Inquired of a critical friend whut he thought of the performance. "It was greut Simply great 1" wus tho reply. "As you played Hamlet It was easy to 1 I o o o o o o o o o o o maun I -- - AHH o mmmm&TWmWtSkfo O O O see why Ophelia should go und drown mm herself." IIKU 1'IQDANT SKI.K, o o o o o TELEPHONE COMI'ANY and have a representative 'call and teUyou how little it costs to have a) telephone in. yur house. Was tern. Electric TELEPHONES! guarantee you btrrli3 operutton performed to separate the tower uu rrom ine eyeball, these having grown together In tbe healing of tbe sore produced by tho auijlne. Aniline Poisons the Eye. When sharpening u colored pencil, be curvful not to get uny of the dust Into the eye. Many such pencils ure dyed with unlllue, und several cuses of severe Injury ure reported. In the Archives of Ophthalmology, Dr. It. J, McCurdy tells of a young woman who not only had tho white of her eye stained blue, but who bad to Imvu r.n from handmade and embroidered lingerie ot batiste, frilled and gannents of popular, ASIDK thin femininity. georgette crapo are extremely georgette, especially Tlicso pictured ore of white accordion plaited and untritnmed except for shoulder bands and yoke of white aalln ribbon. 00000000000000000 o personal habits. o Us That $ Creation. To the sum total of the matter and energy ot the universe nothing lias over been udded, and from them nothing has ever been subtracted.. Things are perpetually changing from one form Into unother from ono form of matter to another foror of matter, from one form of force to unother form of force but amidst the eternal transformation nothing U created, nothing annihilated.