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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 10, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916081001_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 10, 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. I'VRK REUOIOS, UN1ARNI8HED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWIHTT SEVENTH TEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 10. 1916. Hand Us That $. FOIt KKNT My NUMBkR 10. WOMANS CLUB HUGHES. at five o'clock, with the awakening life of a new day, Mr. This morning, fell asleep. It was just as the birds carolled the coming of the morning and just as the rosy fingers of tho orb of day tinted the eastern sky with a sheen of glory, he exchanged the earthly joys for the fuller and more complete joy of heav en and fell asleep like a tired child. Mr. Hughes was born Nov. 23, 1845, in Lincoln county, being a son of Mr. Joseph Hughes and Amelia Hussell. He was married Feb. 9, 18C9, to Miss Martha Elkln, she died Sept. 1914, and M. Dawson Hughes linuse and three ENTERTAINMENT. out of town limit. ere of land, Possession given it any time. The entertainment to be given by the, G. I'. Terrill. 1'lione 1K. members of the Lancaster Woman Club, which will take place at the Has It ever occurred to you that a evenworn-ou- t range wastes money In burn- Graded School auditorium, Friday ing the 18th, will bo one of the most and spoiling tood7 A ing too much fuel held In Lanrnnge expert who will have charge or enjiyable entertainments caster in a number of years. The fea DEMONSTRATION the MAJKSTIC In during the week commencing Aug. II tures will be a musical program, cluding b vocal quartet, selected read will show you how the MAJhislIO ings and recitations by Miss Elizabeth range cuts down household expenses. CONN UKOS. Ford, and a series of living pictures by Miss Mamie Stormcs Dunn. jut I (2 i We Following List Prices - on i 1 I iEJ Ford Gars and Chassis f. o. b. LOST. Saturday August 5th. between Rich- REX THEATER PROPERTY Detroit, Michigan will become effective Please accept this Invitation to visit our store during the interesting Cooking Demonstration on the Great A Majestic Range. special representative from the factory will show you why the Majestic bakes so perfectly, and heats all the water wanted with the minimum of fuel. Hot Coffee and Biscuits Served. To Be Sold To Highest Bidder. mond and Lancaster, a pin In shape of n horse shoe, set with IS diamonds. The friends of Mr. Luther Herron $25. reward if returned to this olfico. will learn with regret that he has decided to sell the Rex Theater SELLS GOOD MULES. property which he recently erect ed on Stanford street and what V. II. llurton has sold to Herbert is believed to be one of the best build N. C. two car loads of Ellis of Wilson October ings of this character In Central Ken 43 mules, same to be shipped tucky. The three story building of re 1st. The price paid averaged from $110 enforced concrete, is 10 feel by 1(0 to $200. feet and stands on a lot 40 feet by 13. feet, which .Mr. Herron purchased of MEETING. ANTIOCH J. 11. Conn about two years ago. The Ileginning Wednesday, August 10th first lloor or basement runs under th ar.d continuing as long as the Interest entire building and is being u.'ed as a Is kept up, a protracted meeting will garage and rents readily for $720 a be held at the Antiocll church near year. The second lloor is the Theater, McCrcary. . ltev. C. K. Shocke and with offices in front, The third or top llev. II. E. Watson, both of Lexington, lloor is unoccupied at present, but is frequently used as a dance hall and durwill conduct the services. ing the repairing of the court house, was used by the court officials. HELD TO GRAND JURY. The adjoining vacant lot is 40 feet by Minnie May Pollard was hfjil over to 135 feet and is the present site of the the Grand Jury on two hundred dollar Airdome Theater. This lot will also be bond on a charge of assaulting lleanie sold. The advertisements of this propI'ollard. The assault took place on the erty appears in this Issue of the Hecord road near the Antloch School on Huck-ev- e and the sale will positively take place I'ike. The defendant was colored on Saturday August 2Cth. Persons In and in default of bond was placed in terested In the purchase of a good piece of property in Lancaster will do well jail. by confering with Mr. L. E. Herron of August Ford Chassis Ford Runabout ford Touring Car Ford Coupelet Ford Town Car Ford Sedan . . . 1st, 1916. . . . . . . is M. We guarantee that there will be no reduction in the above prites prior to August 1st, 1917, but can give no assurance whatever against on advance in these prices at any time. ... .... . . . $325.00 $345.00 $360.00 $505.00 $595.00 $645.00 DAWSON HUGHES. 1R0WD AT CRAB ORCHARD this city. One Week Only. MONDAY MORNING AUG. 14. TO SATURDAY 19. Famous Crab Orchard Springs has WILSON DECLINES proved an oasis to those suffering from Invitation To Speak Al Winchester. the extreme heat the past few weeks. There was never a larger crowd at the In his formal reply declining the in famous watering place and the many improvements of the hotel buildings vitation of Chairman Cantrill and Kenand grounds add much to the comfort tucky Democrats to open the State campaign at Winchester, President of the guests. Wilson explains the reason for his in ability to accede to their wishes aa MORE SHEEP KILLED. follow: 'My Dear Mr. Cantrill I wish with all my heart that I could accept the attractive invitation to speak at Win Chester on September 5, but I "feel that I can hardly do it at that time. On the 4th I am to speak at Lincoln's birth place and that makes my errand to Kentucky so distinctly a n errand that I should like to go and come without disturbing for myself or for the other who will participate in Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. Children Day Wednesday Between 3 and 5 p. in. Free M.00 Set of Wore. DEE3E We can Insure your Tobacco, Hemp, Wheat in shock, stack or dralneries. Come see us. t G 0 Worthless dogs raided the flock of Southdown sheep of Judge A. D. Ford.s last week, killing eighteen and wound- ng many This was con others. sidered the best bunch of sheep In the county and the loss falls heavily on the owner. If somthing Isn't douc to kill off some of these curs, sheep raising in this county will be a thing of the pas' We understand that 250 dogs were ex honerated from taxes last year, but we have never heard of one being kill ed for of taxes, although the law is very plain on this matter. Where does the fault lie? GARRARD - BABY WINS PRIZE the exercises at the birthplace the in, spiration of Lincoln's example of (lis interested service meant for the whole people without regard to party. "I need not tell you that my whole heart is in the campaign, for I sincere ly believe that the Democratic party is the real party of the people, the party which In the present circumstances Lin though Mr. Hughes was not In the best of health at that time he has failed rapidly since then, as he often told his friends there v.'as not a day he did not miss her and long to join her. In his death Garrard has lost one of her best citizens. He was a leader In every movement to upbuild the community and known throughout the county for his probity and dependable sterling worth. By nature kind and charitable, he cultivated and practiced the greatest of virtues and spread the mantle of charity over the faults of his fellows. It was known and always said of him that if he could not speak well of anyone he maintained a golden silence. A kind and loving husband, a noble father, a true friend, an exem plary citizen, hi filled well every duty of life. He had been a member of the Christian church since his early youth. having first united with that denomination at Hush Branch. In his last year his church and his religion meant every thing to him. Mr. Hughe was a man of splendid literary attainments. Reading was al ways a source of delight to him, ac cordingly he was one of the most widely read men of pure literature in Lancaster. It la remarkable that he maintained his intellectual virility almost to the end, "Yearning in desire To follow knowledge like a sinking Haselden -- Bros., rvtsil lUUKy glalgjj TSU Train i RAISIN Wholesale and Retail Hardware. yj , - - frUa iSJITSJIJTaJB' aMrmMraJif! -- SPANISH Spring CAKE. POUND. W - Summer - Autumn - Winter. r m 30 At any and all seasons you will find us doing our best to deserve your patronage. We know of no better way of deserving it than by running the best sort of a grocery that we know how. 0) m r o o O That means never relaxing our watchfulness of this, that and the other thing. It means being satisfied with modest profits. It means many other things means GROCERY GOODNESS. Today is a gocd time to put us to the test and the article may be whatever you happen to need. too-b- ut chiefly it r D m z star Beyond the utmost bound of human EIORE Lancaster, & HOPPER 3111 ) Kentucky. VVMVisf fl 1 be handsome boy of Mr and Mrs Walter Davis, of llryantsvitle won the first prize In the baby show at the Dan. ville fair lat week, 1'efeating about twenty others. Of course the young man look like his motaer. I BUGGIES AND WAGONS IS Now Is the time to buy one cheap. W. J. ROMANS, 1 Lancaster, 9y, I coin nimseii would have wished to see conduct the affairs of the nation, but I would rather not make this particular errand to Kentucky a political errand and I am sure that my friends In Keu- tuckv will appreciate the ressons which grand-childrecontrol me in this case. Hubert and Nellie Noland, Mar"Cordially and sincerely yours. garet Elkin Hughes and Saufley 11 "WOODKOW WILSON." NEXT CARNIVAL Hughes Jr. Burial will take place at the Lancae ATTRACTION. LIGHTING FRANCHISE FOR ter cemetery tomorrow at three o'clock services to be conducted at the grave The Civic Deparlment of the Worn' by Hev. F. M. Tinder. THE CITY BEFORE an Club, in a short time, will hold i Carnival, or Home Fair, on the Cam' THECOUNCIL pus of the Graded School. 1'repsrations BUSINESS MEN'S RATING are bcintf made for an evening of fun I A city ordinance directing the sale of and frolic. There will be attractive an Electric Light Franchise in the city booths, music and other features to ASSOCIATION ORGANIZED give pleasure to old and young alike, of Lancaster was placed upon its first A novel feature will be the awarding reading before the council last Monday Business Houses Of Entire Stale Cc of n prize for the prettie.it home made night. This ordinance has been pre lantern. Get to work right now and pared by the city attorney, J. E. Hob Operate To Put Check On Dead Inson, with a great deal of care and win that prize. Come to the Carnival guards the peoples interest against ex Beats Who Want Credit. orbitant charges by the purchaser, GAME WARDEN HERRON while providing for n twenty-fou- r hour service. A representative of a great business The rates under the new system will VISITS IRVINE. men's protective association, of Culum (!) be very much lower than Is now In bus, Ohio, wis in Lancaster this week I, E. Herron, District Game Warden, effect in the city. Among the provis- in the interest of the Kentucky Blue was here from Lancaster Wednesday ions more beneficial than now enjoyed Book of dead beats, which will be is Inquiring into violations of the game by the people, will be lower rates, betsued to all members of the association 11 He says, excepting fish netting ter lights, twenty-fou- r hours for resilaws. in a few weeks. on a slight scale around Irvine, he finds dence lighting, all night for street with This association is accompliihing for that the fish anb game laws are regard more and better lights and the pump- the retail business men of thi and Those who ing of the city water by electricity at a ed throughout the county. other states, what Bradstreet and Dunn have engaged in using fish nets will be saving of several hundred dollars per are doing for the wholesalers. will make annum over the present cost of pumpprosecuted, and Mr. Herron Many Lancaster business men have every effort to find proot upon whicn ing. is also a provision in the joined the association, which also oper There convictions can be secured in circuit ordinance giving the city the privilege ates a collection agency and employs court. Irvine New. of taking over the plant upon reason- all honorable means to collect accounts and falling to do so able terms after the expiration of sev- against debtors, quoted in the Blue Book juit NEW BUILDINGS en year if the electricity should be they are will warrant, and all able to be produced at a lower rate at as their standing members of the association are supplied FOR SQUARE. that time. It is understood that there are a num with a copy of the book. To have one' M - a I? TI TnmltnRnn ha retina tH ber of local people who are anxious to name appear in this book is indeed mi 44 I calamity, as their credit la killed, not from Mr. John M. Logan the building 'secure this lighting franchise and only In their home town but In the en adjoining his lot on the north side of ding will probably be spirited the Stiuare and will erect there in the bidder who agrees to light the streets tire state. But it is a good thing for the mer near future a two story brick building, of the city for the least money will be chant who can thus keep a close tab on containing two stores with modern awarded the franchise. front, with offices above. The ordinance will be published in those who are not entitled to credit. Mr. Tlieo Cunev began remodeling full in the Record before the' sale of With this class of debtors it Is nccer his groceiy thi week and when finished the franchise. The sale will be made sary for them to pay up their old acwjll have one of the most on September 23rd. The city attorney, counts before they can get credit from groceries In this lection. lie will ex- Mayor Davidson and the Council have any member of the association. The Central Hecord has joined this tend the (tore fifteen feet back and put given great deal of time and labor in These n attempt to give the very best lights asaociation, and will in a few day be in modern plate glass (ront. improvement will help materially the for the least money to it people when compelled to liat a lot of old account for collection and rating. pearance of th Square. the new plant I Instilled. thought." At one time he was editor of this paper, in his last years he has been in the real estate business, but in every walk of life he has sought to upbuild Lancaster and worked for her interest. Mr. Hughes is survived by one sister, Miss Mary Hughes, of Louisville, and three children, Mr. It. E. Hughes of Louisville, Mr. Saufley Hughes and Mrs. May Hughes Noland of this place. He is also survived by four Theo Currey. c z CD w See Border of "Ad" for Names of Cakes. m W'linHd 3103HO 0SIHd3IAI 2 We are now putting out I I I GLEN LILY FLOUR I s 0 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 co-oper- ! and make the use of our own products unanimous. i Garrard Milling1 Co ANY TIME IS KODAK TIME 5 Remember this Summer with a KODAK. MoRoberts Drug Store i he Central hecord, Thursaay Aug 10, 1916. KENTUCKY a given numtwr of years. After tire years the borrower has tho right on any Interest date to make additional payments on the principal In sums of ?25 or any multiple thereof, thus disProvides System For m MQkM 4 t r tt charging tho debt more ipilckly. n mi feral inJ Nffiif mtrj yttt. Lending Money an mut itU ixcpfm' low witk Funds Available Fer Loan.. After n federal la ml bank has leaned Farm Lands at Reato first morlgiigo J.Vi.mo It enn obtain . DoodlfU rti It tif to sonable Interest For permission from th? farm loan board but hirmUn u bvinf. Rati llmptf to l.sue $.V,(H1 In fnrm losn hinds nMl no oriof wftaicvr. Relatively Long PemTf mp. based on these mortgages, sell such twoklrt In tar a can. "VitoUe riods hinds In the open market nnd use the Amortization 2te. SOc nd $1 .00. money thus obtained to lend on other to tred. Htriwar trtf Plan For Easy Repay mortgages. This process of lending on mortgnges ment Prescribed J8 and selling hinds In Issues of $.,0n0 may be repented until hinds to the It. E. Mcltobcrts, Drupel .t, Lancastc nmouut of twenty times the bank's paid up cnpllnl are outstanding. If eaels bank should bnvo only Its retrust by tlw bnnk as security for tho quired minimum paid up rnpltal of federal farm loan net, l. -- ..,...1. .I I. ... I, callcil the "rurnl credits 7.iMHl this phut iv III provide eientll-allyivn slenod by the presi- j If a prospective tsirroivcr has no If all tho authorized hinds of I money which to pay for his nsso- - tho twelvu bank, are sold, over with dent mid lieeame n law eti July elation stock ho may liorroiv the price 17. The primary purpose of this net to lend on first mortgages on Is to promote agricultural prosper-It- y of thnt stock as n part of tho loan on farm land. The banks, luivveier, can his fnrm laud. Increase their cnpltnl stock nboiu tlio hy enabling farmers to Ihhtow Cnder this plan, then, every borrower required tuliilimiui nnd so Increaso thu money on farm mortgage security nt a must be n stockholder In hi locnl asso- amount of bonds they enn sell and thus reasonable rate of Uterost and for rel- ciation and ever association a stock- Incrvaso the total amount of money Should be Engraved or atively lone iktIcmH of time. To attain holder In Its district bnnk. Uach stock-boldnrnlhbto for loans on farm mortgages. (Ills object two fnrm mortKnKo systems In an nssoMatlon Is llnblo for To mako these hinds nttrnrtlvo to Embossed nowadays. are provided tint, a system operatlntf tho acts of thnt association up to twlco the hinds, together with the tho nmouut of hi stock. through regional land banks mid, secIt reflects good taste and mortgage. uion iihlch they uro bused, ond, a system operating through Joint Haw Loan. Ar Obt.In.d. artv exempted from fedornl, state, mu4at once creates a favorable stock land banks. A member of a national form loan as- nicipal and local taxation and are obtaining n loan must mndo legal Investments for fiduciary impression. To attract money to the farm lonu sociation j aud trust funds. The capital stork of first fill out an application blnuk Held tho net provides a method whereto the lonn association by the I tho federal laud banks Is nho exempt Suppose you come and see by thoe who have money to lend ean from taxation. Tislenil reserve banks And safe Investments In tho form of federal farm lonu lioanl. This applicathe many Seautiful samples necessary ilers tion Mnnk banks of sstem nre debentures or lionds of small and large will then 1h5and other to a loan commit-te- e and memhrto buy and that thi"-- o eliixiwered rufcrrod sell have and get our prices, hinds. we by the bank and denominations Issued of tho association, which must up- - They arc to Issued In denouilnntloiis based on the security of mortirnpes on pniUe tho proorty offered ns security. of 'i i i 1 1 fV) nnd tum. fnrm lauds. Such application ns Li approved by the I Organization of Bank.. These two systems nre to be under ' iorm committee Is tlien forwnnlwl to The temlxirary nmnngement of the mo cencrni supervision or n fotleral tho federal l.uul bank mid must bo In- farm loan lioanl In tho treasury depart vcstlgateil ami reported on by n sal- federal land banks Is to be In the I ment, composed of the secretary of the aried appraiser of the bank liefore the hands of five directors npimluted by I treasury ns chairman ex officio and four loan Is granted. This nppralser Is re- - the federal farm lonti huird. As soon, however, us the subscriptions from the meiuliers appointed by the president. rpilrisl to Investigate the solvency ami This board has nuthorlty to npotnt ap- character of the prospective Uirrower loan associations total SlfuMOO regular praisers, examiners mid registrars, who ns n ell as the value of his hind, When """.ctors nro to h- - appolnteil ns f.ilwill bo public officials. a loan Is grunted tho amount Is for- tus; jnns district uirertors, resident warded to the Uirrower through the lu tho district, shall h apilnUsl by Th. Federal Land Bank Sy.tem. th1 federal farm loan hard to repreUnder tho federal land Unit: system loan association. The act specifically defines the pur- sent the public Interest, nml six lo.nl the act provides for federal land banks, dtrwtors, resident In tho district, shall which make loans for the llrt twelve poses for which loans may t obtnlutsL be electisl by tin1 farm loan nssocLi-tlotemonths exclusively through local na These nre: who must h strn kholders lu the (a) To rrovt'le for the purchaso of laml tional fnrm loan associations composed North-bounbank. The fedenil farm lonn hmnl of borrowers. These associations shall for nrrlcultur.il use. Tv'o. 10 Cincinnati Express, (b) To rrvltlu for the purchase of equipshall designate one of Its appointees to be shareholders In thclinuks.niid In that daily 4:30 a.m way memlx-r- s who nre liorroivcrs will ment, fertlllxrrs nnd live atnek necessary act as chairman. The act requires for the, proper nnd reasonable Spe .No. 4 share In the profits of the bank. Tho of the mortgated farm, the term "isiulp-nien- t" that nt least one of the tlireo district to he deflneil tiy the federal farm directors shall l exs'rlencel In farm G:03 a.m money for the loans Is to come partly cial, daily . lioard' lug and actunlly engagtsl nt thu time from tho capital of the banks and part- loan To provide buildings nnd for tho "No. 2S Blue Grass Special, (c) of Ids nppolutmrnt In farming operaof farm lands, the term Imdaily except Sun...G:03 a.m. ly from the sale by the banks of bonds Any com provement" to be defined by the federal tions within the dlstrkt. No. 14 Carolina Special, poiusatlon paid to the directors must farm loan hmrd. 7:00 a.m daily (di To lhiuMate Indebtedness of tho ownbo approved by the federal farm loan er of the Iin-- mortriged exljtln nt the huird. Ko. C Local Express, daily 1:35 p.m tlm of the organization of the first Itach louu association must have n o Limited, farm 1 an eUhltshnl In cr for the ci'jaty In which the land mort- hnrd of directors and a secretary-troasure- r. o 5:20 p.m daily y gaged 1j sltuitcd or Indebtetlness Tho director shall serie o No. 12 Royal Palm, daily.. 5:37' p.m Incurred for one of the puri--- . o without pay. Tho teeretary-trensurc- r South-hounmentioned In tills section. shall recelio such cornN'iisatlon ns 0 no. 5 L o c n 1 Express, Loans may bo made only on first may o h determined by the board nf di- o mortgage on farm hind. daily 11:05 a.m rectors. The association must nlinolnt Only those who own nnd cultlvuto No. 11 Royal Palm, daily..ll:20 a.m. o an appraisal tsmimliteo for the purfarm laud or are about to own uud cul- pose o Ta. 1 New Orleans Llm valuing tivate such land nre entitled to Ixirrow. curity of loans. hinds ofTerml ns se- o 11:35 a.m. ited, daily for No memh'r of such No ono can iKirrow saie for tho pur0 No 13 Carolina Special, poses stated In the act, nnd thoso who committee shall have any Interest In o daily 10:15 p.m. N'tniivlng do not uo the money tlio property uimui which be passes. I after o To provide funds for current SpeNo. S for tho purjiosos specified In tho mort tie loan nasucinllon may re- o ' gago tiro ltible to hnio their loans r cial, daily 11:35 p.m. tain os n cnnimlsslou from each Inter o dueed or recalled. The sccrotnry-treas- . No 9 F lorldn Spe- o est luiyiuent not to exceed h i tirer of each a.ss(K'IatIon Is required to cial, daily 11:52 p.m. r cent semiannually upon the o report any diversion of borrowed mon- of 1 No. 27 Blue Grass Spe 0 ey from the piirpo.-4-- s stated In thu uuiild principal of tho loan. This o cial, daily except commission l.s to Iki deducted from the I mortgages. o Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m ."i Itidlrldusl run lsrrow uioni tlmn dividends pnynbln to such fimu asclatlon by tho federal hind imuk. 0 For rates, routes and information $10,000 or less than nro not adequate call upon or address 51. J. Coughlin, No loan may Im made for iivirv tUm ' If tho commission and an association doe not wish to TO per tent of tho value of tho bind agent; 'phone 340. mcniVr for current extvnsrs mortgaged and 2D 1st cunt of tho lnlue wsj of the permanent Insured Improve. It may borrow ufil tier cent from the ' federal hind bank to nn amount not to j rilESIDENT WILSON BIONINO TUC riltlt incuts uion 1L LOAN ACT. Tho Iduii must nm for not less than oxisssl in tho aggregate one fourth of i it. hink stook. secured by first mortgagus on farm five and not more than forty jenrs. TIjs law rnpilre Kvcry tnortsaeo must provlile for tUt hith tlw land s lands. Tho net defines btrhtly the for and the conditions under repaymnit of tho Vmn um'er nn nmor banks und the farm bun nssndutlons to tnnko prorlMon for certain reserves which hums are to be made and re- - tlzntlon pbm by :tx .cj of a Uxisl imm Ivforo they ran lrty any dividends. l ( ijulres that tho rale of Interest cliarged ber of annii I or wriiUm:iml In srttl'ii. v.bcre li'nl condition do on fnrm loans sli.ill not exeosl l! per ments sutllchnt to meet n'l lulerojt i ' and pay off thu debt by thu end of tto not lualo tho formntlon of HMcLit1ns ent per ituuuui. The I'nltisl States shall bo divided term of tho I uu. Tho Instnllment-- i iv- - pnictliublo tho farm loan tnnl may auuiorlzo tlio rtsleral Liml bank to lit amorInto twelve farm loan districts, and a qulrvd will 1 thoso piibll-sbei- l lth n subscribed tization tubles to Ih prewired by tho make loans through agents npprnved federal land bank by tho tNinnl. Theso ngeut.s nre to b" farm linu Ixiard. eupltal stock of not less than STCO.Ort, each klinru shall 1.' otabllshed In The Intereit Rata Paid by the Boe- - batiks, trust isiininules. mortgage mm panic or saving. Institution chart-re- d weh district. Kiuh fwleral l.nnl bank rover. a may establish brandies In Us MstHcL N ftslenil huul Imnlc Is termllts! to by tlK' fctate. They m-icoiiipnis.itloii tho nctiml exieiin Within thirty days after the capital chnrgo more than ! rent per iimmm In transactlie: the l"iiii mid In stock Is offered f'r sale It may Ik- - pur- - , on Its fann niortgnvi lomis, and In no chased nt par by any one. T''. reafter case shall tho Inten-s- t rhnrgisl on farm addition tlwrcto n sum isit to exmsl t orxsljilf of i ju-tho stoelc remaining unsnkl shall bo mortgages exnvd b; uure than 1 is-- r ier tinniim on iKiught by the se Tetary of the treas- rent tho late paid on the lust Issih of tho iinpnM prh. Ipnl of the loan mndo through tlH-m- . ury for the rutted Stalts. It Is pro-Ide- NiiiiK When tho farm loan , tlint n lm nitty Is adehottever, that tho government Pur ewmple. If tho Unik iiyi only 4 hmnl quately seridl by farm lonu nsxorla shall not retelve any dividends on Its K-- r cent on nn Hsuo of It can- nro to hi made stock. Ultimately It U luteiidiil th:lt ' not charge mote thiin per cent for tlio tlnns no further through n (rent it, nil the stock In the banks bh.tll Is? next farm lmus It makist. ohihsI by the nssoehithui-- of Imrow- the system of twelve Out of this margin of not to tum-- ' 1,1 addition crs, nml provision therefor Is i.jijj In 1 Ini.d tn!:s and the national ier cent, together with such amounts- "sleinlbmt iissis-Jitloi,urm the l.iiv for transferring tho mlglnal us It can of borrower on Its jsild hutnsh capstiKk nt pur to these assiK-Iat-l ms. Itul, tho bank must set nldo ivstalii re- - ""' "rt l"'rmlt the of hmd Imnks and authorizes sen'ert uiul meet all It.s exiene. Any l"'nt slia-National Farm Loan AatscUtlona. Tho act provides for the cre.-illoof hnlnnco or net profits run Ui iHsrll-locn- l tnwn ui rnrry on Uio lu'stne or lenddlvMi-tidto the loan iik.s.m.1- - ing directly tj hirrov.era on fann uM national farm hmn associations. nnd Issuing farm throush whli h It Is eontemtilntHl that n""1"' "r u""'r nt"cklndders. Tho Imui mortgiigo Thexe Itttiks must havo u the federal land banks shall nnko their nssoclitlons from their hmk dlvldetiibi, lonu hind plfnl of r- -t less than $2."l.lKi. They loans. In tho event that a local loan ufter setting uslde tho rnpilnsl are under 'ho ami mwtlug i'xik-ilsv- . enn of the fisl-eraassociation H not found In any lucnltty assoelatioti fann hmi bsird, but tho goveni-men- t dlildeiids to their within n 3 ear, tho federal farm loan In thlit way tbo profit., if them any lliuiurhil ibst n4 board may nutliorlro a federal land memliers. aiflalanre. bank to make loans on fnrm hind any, will I.-- illstrtbiitud uinoiig tho through approved agents. Ten or more ' rowers and will to that extent rtsluco Qciseral rrovln'on.. persons who own nnd cultlvuto farm the n mount of Intel st actually paid by Tlw law, thn'iigli the farm loan them. laud qunlllled ns security fir it morthmnl, proildet the mrsrhln-erTho federal hind tmnk. nio sptsHflral-l- y gage, loan under tho net or who uro for frequent examination of tho prohibited from charging In connectibout to own and cultlvuto such land bank and tho usirlalloiis, for tho may form such nn association, provided tion with making n lonn any fees or proiwr cancellation of mortgage and which are not authorized tho nggregato of tho loans desired by eommUslon for tho safe custody of mortgage oftho membership Is not less than $"0,000, by tho farm loan hsird. Tbo author-lzc- d fered as security for lionds. for a alio without Make no deal When ntssl not 1) pnld In nil ranee, any mortgage Knch member must lake stock In tils getting our figure, and fixtures We offered as security for give more and better anchorage. association to nn amount cqulvutcut to but may bo mndu isirt of tho loan. hinds bi withdrawn tho bank Is reStauncher door frame. B ier cent of the amount ho wishes to Amortliatlon Plan of Repaying Loan. quired to replace tho neeurlty with four-latcdoor. Steel itep ladder, borrow. It ha been said that all lonu. nro to iHher mortgages or with other satisfacThis stock tho association atep every 18 inches. Better compara. holds In trust as security for tho membo repaid on tho amortization plan. tory collutcrul. , tive construction throughout. ber's Individual loan. Tho association This plan call for n number of fixed Heavy penalties of flno or Imprison-men- t In turn, when applying for money from annual or semiannual payments, which or hith are Imposed for viola-lio- n Get Our tho bnnk, must subscribe for stock lu Includo not only all Interest and nf tho act. nislfensance In ofllce, the batik to tin nmouut equivalent to S charge duo tlio bank, but tho prin- fraud, emh'z.'.lcincnt. Before You Buy defalcation or per rent of tho Bum It, wants to obtain cipal as wclL These payments nro so i 'her Illegal prntthvs. Our dtrtei kipment ol attv. and fa. for Its members. This' stock Is held lu calculated as to extinguish tho debt lu tur ana taulUf ..Uing and operating eapt.M raan root. tJo for 1m moat y tkta ny .Jo company can rv you. FAIR DATES. THE tfAf CORN LOAN ACT FARM White Net Still Leads For Coolest Frocks The following are the dates fixed fot holding the Kentucky fairs for I'JIC ni far as reported, days. 'l ajlorsville, August Henderson, August 1 -- fi dajs. 14 7- THH ,l.. Dsnilllr, August -3 days. llrrrn, August -3 days. It'ue (irHSS I'nir, Lexington, August - f! days. I'niontoivn, August -fi dnys. Krrn Creek 1'nlr. Iliiechel, August U I data. Mt. Vernon, August 9- -.1 dnys. Ilurkrsville, August -l days. 1'erryvllle, August -3 dajs. I.nwrriireliurg, August IB I dajs. Spcpherdsvllle, August 10 I dajs. l!28'JU- Owensborn, Augut Personal Stationery Ilrodhrsd, August U- -3 days. Tri County Sanders. August 10 - I dnjs. lowing, August 17- -3 dnys. Knights of I'j thins Fair, Stanford, Auguit 23 3 days. Columbia, August -4 dajs. Frankfort, August 2U- -4 dajs. llardatowii, August 'JU- -4 ilnvs. Nicho'asville, August -3 days. lVnryrojMl KhIt, llopkln.ville, Aug-tu- t -- J fidnrs. Khzabelhtonit, August 20 3 days. Ilntbotirsllllr, August .10 3dns. -- lfirdsys. h Central Record. POSTED 1 he undt rsigiied hereby g" e warning to nil persons not to trespass Usjn our Innds lor any purpose whatever ns we will prosecute nil olTenders to ful extent of th law. Hunters and fishermen efpecia'lv take notice. Kd A N II Trice It. 1 Klkin W. 11 Cook. Mrs llebecca J. West. II. C. Arnold Jnnie. 0. t'onn, J. C. Morgan J. I'. Illnnd. Long llros J. II. nnd V. S. Weaver W. T. Welt. J. Ilootb Sutton. W. I, l.nwsoti nnd son. Howard King. I Mi. v Carrie lloulden. J. II. Itigsby. J. C. Itigsby. John Itichnrdson, A. C. Miles. J. II. Woods. J. II. Thompson. Jno. M. Farm, II. I Kelly. Hal Id Steven. S. C. Itlgiby. Frank Thompson 1). M. Anderson. J. II. Thompson. Davis Sutton Am and IM llnurne. Mrs. J. Wad-Ikrr. Have Dudderar I'. II. Thompson. W. II. Cummins. Jerry Illand. We will mhl other nnmei for 25 cent cash. lst Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville, Ky. iiti:iAiti:i) rou VKIt n hicy fiNitlng. The triple lan on the sleeve. of simple-- IIim- -s and tiii: i'auty. 0 n of while lie t and tliit Is worn this enjulslte g skirt Is edged with double scallops, ivhlih also proWith It goes n ivhlte tulle lift Iiodloe uud collar. iihlto satin band and bow. oooooooououoouoouo ren-do- n Fer th. Cummer Dre.x. piny Imvis- - vvltli The summer bris-iiWHY PINK FOR A BAOY QIRLt O a tlnme u the veranda, so when the o tea kettle or ehaflng dish lainti Is light Why I Ink fur tho girl bnby ed some sort of shield ncnlust the ntid blue for the hiyl The wind Is noevssnry Hueh it shield conies fur the distinction Is not lu the way of a pretty tin s,ri,!i, with O - i Vi'ry clear. Jl(. bn We are told that In ltulii and In Amerlcn blue Is used In the preparation of the outfit for a baby If the parents desire a hiy und pink If tho preference 1 for a girl, and then the old stork lirlngs whichever ono he pleases regunlles of the color scheme, so tho wlsu mother ue hith pink and blue In her layouts. A Itusslan maiden not only near pink lu her girlhood, hut ndoni bnckgnuind on which Is pnlntisl lu bright color n design mndo up of two i harming maiden, holding a festoon of Mc. n dull L. & N her wedding trouseau plentiful oooooooooooooooooo ly with this hue. Red Cedais Train Schedule Al Lancaster, Ky. In which siipidh- h- - stored, but which AltlllVK. an-- esH hilly for things thnt (tw.fl.rf III... .oi.i 1. Iu,u.ltr l,i tl... .t,Hiu. M lysvillj. connecting it Itichmon f window' sents. With it few ru.h To Ion they are niiule Into a part of any with I. A N to Frankfort & luitiillc; room where they are plai.sl These No 71; S:3-- i a. m. chests are lund with brass nnd un To How land & Stanford connecting mndo with gisM l Ls. at Itowland. I, A N to all (Kiints South . IUI itsl.ir of all kinds ran How Would You Like ' MIIM p2Sli This Garden Set For Yours? No 2S, 11:01 a. in. To Richmond, connecting with 1. AN to Irvine A Jtenttj ville, Lexington A Cincinnati, Middlrstioro Knoxville. t j ' No 70; ll:Wl n. m. To Itirhinnnd. connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:lfi p. m. . To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Kliziihothtnwn A Howling (Ireen, and nt llnrdstnwu Junction to llarditown & Soriiiglleld. Nn To Stanford, connectisK with fnit train to lltistol ft Atlanta. .);: IK p. m. lounly Court Days. Klchmond, 1st. Mondn. 1'arH, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Hnrrodshurg, 1st. Monilny. Lexington, 2nd. Mondiiy. htnnfoiil, 2nd. Mor.ihi . i'htlbyville. 2nd. Monday 1'iirlisle, 2i.iL Momltiv, Danville, !!ril. Monde; . Lnwrenceburg, 3rd. Monduv Nicholnsville, 3rd Monduy, Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Momliiv. (ieorgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTHI!. Ith. Monday Winchester, 4th. .Monday. MonticelJo. 4lh. Monday. Versailles, Ith. Monduy. liii. iiHMkiM hr lil More Silo ft' Less Money fia Prices niH OAItOKNEU ih:st. ' Engraved Visiting Card li THE proper thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making calls. A Neatly aIOTCi:f!QUi:Nr.riS enn go no further than this nhlnnsv rraemaK. . Moiaij joiiuii iiiirii. iinini euniniiuereu in square Of golden brown Bfii Jnde green. A qunru linen hut taken tho samo deslen, Ool QrtenUI tumnw uiiuiii iuu iMiiiuiia ui u gurueu D&agCC f a. prav. if milk litmttt Come and see what ' KENTUCKY SILO CO. W. I Kincaid. Mgr. Stanford, Ky. We are equipped to do any and all kinds of Central Record. Phone 43. MUrson 'School rrsLLJl. Illh Vaaaaf Ui..n.la.l m. d. nJIwm, Jb.I. ariwrturbrsla klltUlM. alMloUrvHrltMhJlUri llbrwK M ktiu UurMii. Tuition hBtiuiM ikii lMotun (tikltiai tXJStTLETK TWO YKAH Law. beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or more. CENTRAL RECORD COl'kiHt, IIASELDEN II It OS. Agent, for Garrard County. Lancaster, Kentucky Qiwir roiiaun, st. Uwau, Kr. The Central Record, Thursday Aug 10, 1916 HKIIE IS A 000D 1'f.ACK TO STOP FOlt MTCLE MONKY. The Only Hold In Louisville Opcrnled on tlio American and European Plans. Itooms without Hath liut with Hot anil Col.l Uunnlnjr Water. 7G Koom ll?le. 2.00 per day; 'Infile. 2 CO per day; 60 Itooms a.OO per dav; inKl-- . 50 Front llooms llath: Itooms with Private llRc. 3.00 per day; 60 llooms "'rule. 3.60 per day; WItoom. ... ' KUltOPKAN I'l.AN. Itooms without llath but with Hot and Cold Ilunnlnt; Water. 'Wle, $1.00 per day; 76 Itoomi .... (Without Meals) 1.00 per day; fnKl-- . noltooin !""-- . UOl'-- r day; 60 Front Itoonu Itooma with I'rlvnto Hath: nii'Kle. 110 per day; MICmmi 'li'K'e, 2 00 per daj ; 60 Itoomi AMKItlCAN I'l.AN. (With Meal,) K mini Withuut Hith. $1.00 and up; Itoonu With Private Hath, $1.60 and up. 1IKST HATING PI.ACK" IN TOWN. thrce-bloc- k Tho LouUville Hotel an.l the Old I in are located in the wholesale diHricl and only n LOUISVILLE HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, KY., Main St., between 6th and 7th. 2 peop o, $2.00 each. 2 jwoplc, 2.2.1 each. 2 people, 2.C0 each. 2 people, 'J people. 2.ricnch. 3.00 each. to lose a valuable, horio by lightening on Saturday afternoon nnd Mr Ilurdett suffered a similar misfortune J Ramsey in me loss 01 two splendid tows. Misses Stella and Lula McWhorter and Sttlln Thompson ami Mr Harry McWhorter motored to Valley View thy past week and were guests of somo Lexington friends who arc camping J there. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Perkins, Misses Piitlio and Klizabeth Perkins, Mr Dry nut Perkini, Dr Doc res of Crab Or chard, Mrs C. S. Kills ami Dr Carman weie guests of Mrs A. II. Kstridge and family on Sunday. When you buy a range that has proved itself to be the best your money has been well invested. The MAJESTIC DKMONSTRATOR will, during tho week commencing August 1 1 show you why the MAJKSTIUis the best, ard whv It actually saves you money, CONN 1IROS. Mr and Mrs K. L. Woods, Miss Sallie Wnols, Mrs II. J. Patrick, Mr and Mrs Rice Woods, Mrs Jane White, Mr and Mrs (!. M. Treadvvay, Mr Tom Ixigs-duMessts Miss Kinma Kstridge, Harry Francis and S M. Denny wero among the number who attendee' the llerea Fair last week. NO LOOKING 2 pfop to, 2 people, 2 people, 2 people, 2 people. fa.... each. ARCADE 1.00 each. 1.25 each. 1.2.. each. 1.60 each. THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Corner Sixth and Main Sts., European Flan Only. walk to the retail district md theatres Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Proprietors. PAINT LICK Mrs W. S. Fish of Stanford is visit ing relative here. Mr Frank Hurt, who Is ill of typhoid fever Is doinK nicely. Mis Cut It Carrier of Lancaster is viiitint: Miss Cleone McWhorter. Slln Mattie Woods is the guest of Miii Cecil liowlinK at Itrynntsville. Miss Elizabeth Denny of Lcxingto.i lias been the KUest of relatives here. Mis Dorcas Francis of Richmond has been the guest ot Miss F.stll Walker. Mr and Mrs Itice Woods and Mrs Jane White motored to Richmond Hurd.iy. Mr Charles llrandeiibure of Cincinnati, came home to vote on Saturday. Mr Carnett Kemper of Lexington was here to cult his vote in the prinnrv. Mr W. K. Champ nnd family spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs James Champ. A number ol joung people hrd a delightful outing at Dripp'ng Springs on Jacob SchulzCompany IncoriHiraled. Fine Cut Flowers For I'lioncs 33'J-F All Km-iv- Occasions. Prompt Attention BACK IN LANCASTER mm Kiofiaircl Bros,, Mgps Phone 81. 13 or HU. All Onlers New Evidence Constantly Being Published Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. llT-'k- .' ' "ll rj.itaia- - of Western North c Ivt utiful nnd attractive resorts of Ashcvillc, Blacl: Mountain, Hcndcrsonvillc, Lake Toxnw 'y, Saluda, Waynesvillc, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vocation nt one cf these cool nnd delightful places or nt Tntc Spring, Tcnn. Round trip Excursion lickcts ore on snlc daily, pood until October 31st, via J I:it'W Confrwirn At Ittclc FrUI itrnnfnlnattril anj liouMVn. f.klu Crt.t Wjr.rtln, N. ltl Juulutla.) CGUTHCHN RAILWAY fcj itmurCculcrcr the South WAY up i.. i.h. Cnrolira r.c A Brc-vnr- d, Tuesday. Miss Stella Thompson of Iniuisville is the guest of Misses Stella and Lula McWhorter. Mr and Mrs Hubert Ward were visitors of Mr and Mrs Millard Ledford Saturday and Sunday. Misses Lucy and llettie Williams were guf sts of their sister, Mrs Kdd ' I nllowcd nt ,.oints. Three special Low Fare Excursions will be run during, the summer. Ask for details. For full information ice Ticket Agent, Southern Railway, or writs U. II. Todd, Dutriu I'.ciijcr Acent, Louisville. Kentucky. Stop-over- s Draw A Check for the inmir-- youovc and notu how much more respectfully your creditors you. They like to do Imstiwss with n in an who SB Vm?i!r- - Garrard l r hns an ncconnt nt Bank & the Trust Co. doing business In a business like way. Hetter open such nn account even if your atfairs are not !ari;e. Thev wilt grow nil right. They know he Tho Garrard Bank &, Trust Company THE NATIONAL BANIi 01' LANCASTIHU. Copffal A. K $50,000. IWdent J. Surplus $30,000. t. C i)i;NNY. Cusr.ier. per till.I, llook-Ui- yiNNY. li STOUMIIS. Vice Pres't. i U1 iMHIit, AJ l Cannier. J. I.. Safety Deposit WB SOLICIT Boxes YUL'It For Rent. t, B ttl'SlNnSS. Samusl I). Cov'hrun, Alex It. Denny. J. II. IWy, J. K. J. L. tllll. Dr. V. M. Klliott, Directors. Stormea, S. C. Stop At The WW Williams, Sunday. Mr W. C. Kitzpatrick of Shelbvville, visited his daughter, Mrs Louis Guyn tho-tirs- t of the week. STANFORD Mrs M. J. White and sons of Mt. Carmel III., came Tuesday to be the Mr Wallace Walter spent several guests of Mrs Woods Walker. days in Ixiuisville this week. Mrs Kdd Kathtrgill and children of Mr W. II. Overstrect, who was taken Keren, were guests of her sister, Mrs. to a Danville hospital, is no better. K. C. Cornehson the past week. J. C. Florence is quite liev. I.. I. Kchols of Va,, will begin ill at his home on Kast Main street. n series of meetings at New Hope beMrs John Rout, who has been sick ginning KriJay night August 11th. for several weeks is not improving. School began Monday at Manse with Mr and Mrs C. G. Menefee left last Miss Stella McWhorttr as principal and week for their home at Birmingham. Miss Kthel Kstridgc ns assistant. Miss Oliva Haldnin of Richmond, is Misses Jesie Parks, Stella and Lula the guest of her sister, Mrs V. II. McWhorter and Kthel Kstridge at It nil- - Shanks. ed institute nt Lancaster the past week. Miss Kiln May Saunders left Sunday lier for Cincinnati to buy her full line of Miss Martha Cnrrett visited grandparents Mr and Mrs W. C. Fish millinerv. the past Week and attendtd the llerea Rev. D. M. Walker and family are fair. visiting her parents. Judge Pugh and Mrs Oscar Parks anil urn arc here wife at Vnnceburg. for a few days visit with Mrs W. F. Mrs J. C. Itejnolds and baby are Parks en route to their home in Way; visiting her parents, Mr ami Mrs J. F. land. Smith at Maysville. Mrs. Kay Lackey of Crosby ton Texas Miss Rebecca I nman of Pineville, is arrived the past week for an extended tho attractive guest of Mesdanies W. visit with her parents, Mr nnd Mrs I. nnd J. M. McCarty. James Francis. Rev and Mrs Wm. Oirer Foster nnd The local W. C. T. U. bad un into baby of Atlanta are here visiting her esting meeting nt the Christian church father. Mr J. S. Hockcr. on Friday afternoon, with Mrs. II. J. Misses Elizabeth, Nunc) and Sarah Patrick as leader. llimn are guests of their aunt. Mrs. II. had ns lur t". LiCompteat Fiankfort. Miss Mnrv Mnv Walker gvesls from Thoicd.iy until Saturday. Misses Mary ami Salliuliurdeitehave Miso liettj Perry of Stanford. Min- returned home after :i visit to relatives nie ,Ma Itihiii&jn. Margniet Coolc and nnd friends at Lawiencebury. Katie llaiiies Diekerson of Lancaster. Mr and Mrs J. II. McAlister are reMr James I'odd had tho misfortune joicing over the ariiwil of n little daughter, christened Ktta Cobb. Mir j Clara Cooper left .Monday for Berkley Cal, where she will te.U'h this t at fall. She will visit friends on the wav. Mr D. A. Thomas, n well known man of this city, has beoniuitu ill fur several days and it is feared that Mrs. Jay k cuce. cl St:ph-fnvill- e. he lias typhoid fever. Texas, w riles: Tor J. lni lluker of Muruhind, who cut (n yea: j, Isu'fcrcd with nine Reiizo Kiiu: on the head with a corn womsrly uccb'.j I luJ terknife, iwiv faces tho charge of muider, rible hid.iclus. and pains In a Mr. King pasted away Wednesday. as If ray back, etc. II I would die, I tu:.;rctl so. At L'ucle was The Young Ladies Ust, I dscidcd to try Cirdul, enierliiiiud by Miss Lottie Carson ut tonic, and It the woman's tier home vn Lancaster street Wednen-da- v morning at 10 o'clock. helped me iip.ht away. The The nun n- full treatment not only helped ing was pent very pleasantly with me, but it cured ras." M. .s Canon, who is u very dimming Since the long succession of Lancaster reports were first published In the local press there has been no looking back. Lancaster evidence continues to pour in, and better still those whose rrorts were first published many years ago, verify all they said In a most Read hearty and unmistakable way. the experience of Mn. C. T. Ilrumtnet, Crab Orchaid St.. She says; "My kidneys wero out of order nnd I hud pains through my IincK nnd kidneys Doan's anil at times I was nervous. Kidney Pills made me feel much better and stronger In every way." On a Inter occasion, Mrs. Ilrummet said; "I cannot say too much in favor of Doan's Kidney Pills ns a kidney and bladder medicine, for two boxes have cured me of that trouble." Don't sim Price f)c, at all dealers. ply ask for a kidnev remid- y- get same that Doan's Kidney Pills-t- he Mrs. Ilrummet has twice publicly rec Co., Props, ommended. Foster-Milbur- n Ilulfalo, N. Y. Lancaster, Ky. KIT All CARS FOR HIRE. m SEiflOE. FREE AIR. FLIES LAY EGGS IN MANURE CASINGS VULCANIZED. Make War on Don't Ignore Fly Menace This Season Many persons do crlous menace the if this community. if the average man if danger until it not realize what a Flies: Ward Off Disease In order to make this community a better place to live In, wo must declare war on the bouso fly at once. If we do not slip up on htm and strike the first hard smashing blow, he Is going to come at us In overwhelmlnc numbers. How may wo successfully fight tho fly? Hy destroying or removing his hreedlng placo, tho manure pile, removing all garbage and maklne; tho privy vault and by keeping our yards and alleys clean, We must screen our houses and use tho swatter . and etlcky fly paper without Whero Is the fly born? In filth, generally In horso manuro nnd outhouses, sometimes In tho flesh of dead and rotting animals never In any clean, vviiolcsomo placo. Tho llfo cycle of the tly's birth runs about ten days from tho tlmo the egg is laid until tho mature Insect Is born. A maggot Is batched from the egg. Tho macEot becomes a pupa (a state corresponding to tho tadpolo state In frog life), and tho pura becomes tho maturo fly that helps to mako llfo miserable for ua In virm weather. Files Live In Filth. Where does the fly llvo? Where there Is filth, nnd thero Is nothing too filthy for tho fly to cat. He eats clea.i food also, but his sreclal delight seems to bo wallowing In filth, then buz:lng Into tho houso and wiping his feet nnd vvlugs on substances you aro about to eat. Welch him and see for yoursolf. Think of the most sickening, disgusting places whero you have seen tiles. Think of them until your palato Is light nnd tho pit of your stomach ticklish. For If you think hard enough nbout this dangerous, nasty Insect rest you will help tight his whole trlbo with all your nllght. Tho tly's favorite placo of rosldenco Is tn tho manuro pile, tho tho garbago can and the spittoon. Hut ho Is a restless Insect ami unless ho can w a n d er moro or less freely ho Is unhappy. So when tho fly ttroa of tho privy-vault, Stable Dung Should Be Sprayed and Removed Often, Says Sanitary Specialist. "The most effective method of conn trolling tiles Is by preventing fly breeding," says Dr. W. A. Evans, an eminent health authority and publH cist. "As a rulo this means that no! collection ot moist manure Is to be left accessible to flics for as long ns n week during hot weather. "Fly eggs and larvae llvo for a wecft In hot w eather In moist manure. Therefore, if manuro Is hauled away ami spread oftener than once a week If will not breed files. Tho ndvantage of a dally removal Is that It means .it manuro boxes, manuro pits or mavnre piles, nnd practical expcrlenco proves that give a stable an Inch and It titus an ell. "The only places that have entirely conquered tho fly nulsanco reisavn manure dally. The only manure receptacles are small and portable. If prompt removal Is not rosslbta tho next most effective procedure Is treat ment with chemicals. "The methods ot treatment advised hy authorities aro with borax, or or sulphato of Iron. If tho amount of manuro Is small and a good dpal of ground Is available, spreading In thin layers on the ground at Intervals of threo days or less Is feasible and cfilclcnt." I amlly. "Oh, tho fly may bo tho means it carrying a fatal disease to somo puny person," you reason, perhaps, "but there's no danger of his bringing It to me I'm In pretty good shape. I the health It is characteristic to ignore this kind threatens his own fly Is to eat threo squaro meals a day and sleep all right." That is a characteristic attitude of soldiers. Rather, It used to be so. Doubtless you remember tho awful toll of llfo taken among the soldiers en-- ' camped nt Chlckamauga during the war. If you do not you can easily look'it up. Those boys in blue "died like flies." Files caused the death of most of those stricken with typhoid and dysentery. It came about In this way. Human excreta carries tho bacteria of tyrhoid fover, cholera, dysentery, summer complaint, tuberculosis and Intestinal diseases of other varieties. Files feed on human excreta, as you know It you havo kept your eyes orcn. The Lesson of 1898. Net a great deal about tho value ot camp sanitation was known In 1S9S. Tbo American army medical corps was not organized as it Spanish-America- t Sin manuro pile. Jho garbago tho privy-vaul- '? A Wf,S l. (I II II II u spittoon he makaa an excursion Into the kitchen, dining room and bedrooms f the nearest residence. He Dreeds Dlseaee. I II u iO U'!B. TAKE Gait House When H !n L,OL.isville. F0R SI. PER DAY. M Of ill Tho Woman's Tonic Cardui liflps women In lime of grcaicst need, because it contains ingredients which act specifically, yet gently, on the womanly organs. weakened So, if you feel discouraged, unable to blue, do ycur household work, on account of your condition, stop worrying and give Cardui a (rial. It has helped thousands ol women, why not you? E-Try Cardui. EUROPEAN PLAN. GOOD R00MS Flue DlnlnU Hoom with Excellent Service Meets Trains. and Low Price. Free Auto-Bu- s Turkish and Electric Bathes. Write for Reservations. J. GREENBERG, Manager. What does ho do tn theso places of Little Miss I.ucile Carter entertained ploratlon? Ho wipes his feet on tho iiliout N) of her little friends at her food, bathes In tho milk, or drowns in homo in the suburbs Wednesday Many interesting games were It, nnd annoys tho sleepers. It thero pl..ved and thoroughly enjoved bv all Is n sick person around, a consumptive tor Instanco, ho alights on tho the children. Delightful rofiehmeuts patient's lips or Invades his sputum weie served, cup and takes on a load of deadly W. 0. Walker's home on tho corner germs. This ho distributes on tho of Danville and lluslonvllle street, vvus fond, on tho baby's Hps or on your own threatened with dtstructlon by lire if you nro not very careful to shoo xbortly afternoon Thuisdiv when n him awny. A busy death's bead Is tho houso fly. bhizu was discovered by neighbors. Mr Walker and family wero uvvay from Ho killed moro American soldiers lu war than tho tho home. Little damage was done. bullets nt tho Spaniards, and was tho A very disasterous lire visited tho direct causo ot much ot tho typhoid little city of McKlnney, eight miles fever In tho United States last year. west of Stanford, on Sunday night and Ilo cannot bo Ignored safely. Tho only way this town can effecdestroyed several stores, residences nnd the hotel. It is thought that the fire tually exterminate flics Is to make an organized effort. Our municipal auwas caused by a leak in u gasoline tank. The loss is partly covered by insurance. thorities and health otllcers should map out a campaign Immediately aud Mr G. II. Masters of this city whose tho actlvo aid ot everybody In grocery (tore was completely destroyed enlist tho community. curried no insurance ut all. lifter-iinoSpanish-America- nf fiprfniia Itlnpaa hpri. umitil Krt tnr tlirt mnntlia . -V V rn . hv., .V. MV . .. .1 ot June, July, August and September. campaign Is not ImSuch a clean-upossible. It means the spraying ot manuro piles with a simple kerosene solutlou overy day or so, frequent removal of manuro plies, screened toilets, covered garbago cans and the use ot fly swatters and fly paper by not destroyed as they aro now. In that largo body of men It was Incvltablo that somo should bo disease carriers. Tho wasto matter which they threw off acted as an incubator for tho bacteria which It carried. Flics and other Insects, but especially tiles, swarmed around tho filth sinks and fed. They wero a frightful aunoyttneo at meal tlmo, aud they wero tho army's most deadly enemy for they distributed dangerous germs among all tho men. As a result fever and bowel diseases became almost an epidemic. As a nation wo were taught a solemn lesson about tho menace of luaec(3. Our army medical men learned niore In the Philippines. In CuIm. In Porto Hlco and In tho Canal Zone about tho relation of tiles, mostpiltoes and Heo to tho spread ot disease- than had previously been loomed lu two or three thousand years. Cleaner Than Homes. Visit any of our army encampments today. They aro kept cleaner than the average housekeeper koeps her prem ties. Special attention Is given to the sanitary disposal of garbage, of sewago and of other wasto matter coming tjlnborale from the camp hospital, means of protection against files, mosquitoes, lico and bedbugs aro taken hut Hies aro considered tho most lllthy aud dangerous from tho medical point ot view. It Is safe to say that It this comand act at munity should ouco so as to clean up tho town thoroughly, with special attention given to tho breeding places ot flics, the- - Is now. Tho mob- Iltzatlon place at was Chlckamauga not clean. Garbage and sow a go wero I Consumption Germs Spread by Flies Tho great white plague tuberculo- other dl3easo In tho United States. I'li. s aro a big factor In the spread or this frightful aliment. To go Into ut tho subject Is very t'teguttlng j li us plain, deadly consumption of tht .u..b. tausc3 moro deaths than any out (tloUct will not kill anyone. Con sumption will, and flies help. catv'tun-- ' that bedrldu.-tives deposit their sputum only In closed vessels which files cannot cuter, consider tho carclesa couaumptlio on the btreet. Ho has a coughing, pus from hi spell, raises germ-ladedirected lungs and spits Into tae hlli Immediately swarm ot way. Piles this sputum, fed, cover their padth I. ry feet with tbo stuff ami hiuz ,uw ;he nearest open window or door. They allrfjit on foot spread on tho dinner table on the butter or In the milk. per-tiu- Itej may not affect i vigorous person, hut a member ot the family a ltttlo under tho wtataer. a little low lu vitality, may becouw in reeled. Will you help tight tho flies? The germs depos- - How to Make Fly Paper .vnrn.d l. UU f everyone. ills iHiieuu u I'uyur sum water m m i dining room window, the flies drinkl tbo deadly stuff but they do not diet Immediately. They may uot die uutuf they reach the cream pitcher. It you want to make your own Micky Uy pa per, boll together equal parts of castor oil and resin and spread tho substance on tough paper before It cools. Tho use of sticky fly paper U beti.-than the use of poison t". trap a fly alights on sticky paper ' Is pretty certain to stay thero until) IIO Ules. It uu Viaio u WUWI IVU1UIII II 1.1. The Central Record, Thursday Aug 10, 1916 gtateful for escaping war Without the PAID FOURFOLD. sacrifice, which o many membes for Mr. Hughes's party wcra willing to incorporated, Fond Recently Receded rights, that Conscience of American $1.00 a year. content to, issued Weekly. they should be dissatisfied with Retting $30,000 In One Lamp. what they wanted and want. He has to J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. wrangle about old matters, fill his Moncv from the guilty, on its reR. L ELKIN, Local Editor and Mgr. trunks with old documents, sketch pol- morseful way to the "conscience fund" itics of supposition and surmise, conjure in the national treasury, passes over tnttred it Ihe Poit Office In Luncsttt r, Kf., Nlagsra to run back. the desk of George R. Cooksey, private Sont dsns Mall Matter. The very large majority given Hon. secretary of Mr. McAboo. Sympathetic and imaginative, and a Member Kentucky Press Association Harvey Hclmover Senator Montgomery nd tar the democratic nomination for con newspaper writer by profession, Mr. gress In this district should and does Cooksey can read the mental torture in Eighth District Publishers League. satisfy the party with our nominee. the briefest of scrawls and the fear, The Record did not champion the cause pride and penitence In the longer letters Lancaster, Kjr., August 10, 1916 of either candidate during the primary that are often feigned In penmanship contest but is now In the harness to do and purposely misspelled. More money is now being received at Rates For Pollticnl Announcements Its best to see that the Eighth Congressional District gives to Wilson and the treasury from men and women For Precinct and Citv 0!fi;es ...$ 5.00 the government than ""'or County Offices 10.00 Helm the largest Democratic majority who have cheated time heretofore. The total for 1G.00 in its history. We hope and expect to at anv or State and District Office month of May, was 10 see Helm's majority in November as the year, to the For Calls, per line In all, the conscience fuii'l 10 large over his republican opponent, Mr $53,000. For Cards, per line Neat, as It was over Montgomery In amounts to $500,000. It was started For all publications in the interthe primary and if every democrat will in 1811 with an annoymous repayment est of Individuals or expresget busy and do his duty to his party of $5 and has grown by fits and starts sion of individual views, per ever since. 10 as he should, It will be. This is Democline Some weeks ago Mr. Cooksey opened Let every democrat be 05 racy's' day. Obituaries, per line up and doing until the polls close on a package untidily wrapped in rough election day. The Record promises to brown paper and smeared with red wax do its part in accomplishing this prom- along Its seams and found $30,000 in Democratic Ticket. bills of large denominations. "This ising victory. amount," wrote the person from whom Senator Montgomery went down In the money had come, in a letter that defeat in Saturday's primary with all was received by the same mail, "makes other 'outs' in Kentucky who contested a sum aggregating $SO,000 which I have with the 'inns'. He made a clean fight, sent to the United States, or four times free from personalities and doubtless the amount which 1 stole years ago. "Conscience," the writer went on to saw early in the contest that he had no say, lias given me no rest until 1 have chance to wrest from Congressman For President Helm the nomination and therefore did consummated the fourfold return, like WOODItOW WILSON, May not deem It best to raise any issues Zachaeus, the publican of eld. of New Jersey. which would leave any sore spots after every thief understand the awfulnes For Vice President the primary, or that might injure the of stealing is the sincere wish of a pen Then, seemingly ns an after THOMAS It. MARSHALL chances of President Wilson to carry tent." of Indiana. Kentucky. Senator Montgomery is a thought, this line was added to the splendid young democrat and will doubt-les- s letter: "Let no one claim anv of this FOR CONGRESS. be called upon to serve his party In amount on any pretext." capacities. HARVEY HELM.ot STANFORD, KY the future in important The Central Record CONFESSIONSOF AN EDITOR. One of the most difficult of the editor's jobs Is to get facts about births, marriages and denths. People seem to think he ought to know these things by intuition. It not that, the birth, marriage or death Is of such importance In the Immediate family that It Is presumed that the editor will be Informed by some such wireless or just grow Into the information. Then, when the paper comes out, and no mention is made of the event, the editor Is plamed for not running a good newspaper or not getting all the news. Remember, there arc a good many people in this county. If the editor knew each one of them by name, besides their family history mid the chief events In the lives of every individual, he wouldn't be an editor. He'd be a demi god resting his feet on a cloud and sipping ambrosia, in stead ot inhabiting nn office chair and wondering where tho money for the next white paper bill Is coming from. The life of an avernge newspaper man Is a gay one. Gathering news I second nature with lum, like picking his teeth with the office pen and cussing the office towel. I.att week we thought of a million things of importance, bosibes a couple of hundred thousanb small items uuworthy of menWe tion. And it was a slow week. are anxious for news for the paper, and It won't put you out much to drop by the office and notify us or telephone us what's happening at your house. Then If the Item dosen't get in the paper, you have a right to come down and kick the stuffing out of thecat. Otherwise, don't blame us. mttmmtMiiininn "I HAVE FOUND A WONDERFUL Farm and Garden !I I REMEDY FOR CATARRH", SAYS MRS. SMITH, OF MILTON, KY. tl.. "Yei. I have found a wonderful lent- edv for catarrh. It Is Tannic., said I a. It t 1st. - kills.... i its. rion o mil ii, wuu iivv i iiui'ii, Little Cars and Atlsntlon Will Maks Ky. A It Profitable. Just think 1 am able to do my work (Prepare.! tiy Knn.n station ) Tho farm orchard cnti be made n and don't have any pains at all. I am sure that anybody who tries It will find source of profitable Income, nsserta I 8. Merrill, assistant In horticulture In It good. Tanlac is a tonic which aids digestion, tho Kansas Flnte Agricultural college Many farms luivo n small home or promotes healthy, refreshing sleep and chard which Is too often neglected by strengthen the nerves. THE FARM ORCHARD. .'' lihlng products to be converted into ""no ami It overcomes, It is said, that great exciting cause nf disease, weakness. It renders the body vigorous and elas It throws oil the symptoms of tic. inu-ci- e, nervousness and Indigestion. It builds up the constitution run down by disease. Tanlac is being introduced in Lancaster at It. L'. Mcltoberts. THnlac may be obtained In the nearby There Is scarcely n portion of the cities. Paint Lick, J. N. Mrtcslf; body that is not hem filed by the help Becker St Ballard: Little ful action of Tanlac, which begins Us JHcktrtnn, Collier am Bruner; llerea, work by stimulating the digestive and u Welch: Stanford. Penny's Druir assimilative organs, thereby enriching Store; Junction City, Reynolds and the blood and invigorating the whole Evans; Hlchmoml. II. I,. Perry & Son; ! system. Crab Orchard, l.yne Bros ; Burgln, G. Next It enables a weak, worn out r. Schoolfield; Danville. John S. Wells, stomach to thoroughly digest Its food, it, j.;. .Mcltoberts. Lancaster, and W. C permitting the assimilation of thenout - i West, Silver Creek. r Capital $50.000. Surplus $50.000. "A WOKD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT." Be guided in your business methods by the experience of the most sjeccssful business men. It Is rext to imosslble nowadays to find one who is not an earnest advocate of Modern Banking Life is too short and strenuous to putter away along lines. Seek an alliance with u bank of established reputation no matter whether your business be housekeeping, farming, manufacturing or selling merchandise. A FEAT. On Lord's Prayer In Full Put Head Of tub rAiiu tinntAittv, Pin By Engrarer. Miss Jennie Higgins a candidate for County School Superintendent of Garrard CARRIES County, subject to the action of the We are authorized to announce TEACHERS INSTITUTE HELM WINS CONGRESSIONAL AND EVERY Closes Last Friday. DISfRICT COUNTY Meeting Well At tended. The exercises of the Garrard County Teachers Institute came to a close last Friday afternoon after one of the most interesting and best attended meetings ever held in the county. Mrs. Emma KaulTman cave a very instructive talk to the teachers Friday, Impressing up on them the manv advantages to be derived from a good library and offered the use of the library of the Women's Club to the teachers of the county. An address by Mrs. James U. Kinnaird. who is chairman of the civic department of the Women's Club and who spoke on the importance of a well kept school room and yard, was listened to with intense interest by all. This de partment of the Women's Club has offered to give five dollars to the school that shows the most efficient progress along these lines. Refore the close of the institute the following resolutions were read and Democratic primary August 1917. BY 5,000 We are authorized to announce J. O. Bogie, as a candidate for the DemocCourt ratic nomination fcr 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 term of J. W. Hamilton. Subject to the action of tho Democratic primary EXCEPT CASEY. PUBLICAN NEAT RE- NOMINEE. Godfrey K. Lundberg. of Spokane; Wash., has engraved the Lords Prayer, containing 05 words, a total of 251 letters, as well as 17 punctuation marks, on the head of a gold pin forty-seveof an inch in diameter. He also has inscribed the letters "U. S." on the point of a fine cambric When placed under n 100 dineedle. ameter microscope, ths letters stand out boldly, and can be read more easily newspapers type. The two than articles will be placed in a New York Lundberg exmuseum for exhibition. plained that three years were required to complete the Lord's Prayer. Ihe nverase farmer, says Mr. Merrill. .V llttlo care and attention given at tho proper time of the year will do much to restore trees to tlielr tlirirty condition. If this Is done prontnblo returns can be obtained from the small orchard and lu addition a homo supply of fresh fruit will I fund-diedToo often fanner neglect the smnll orchard thinking that It does not iiy or that It will not suffer from Inck of care as does other farm work. Utile tho farmer can nffonl to give the trev some caro und attention he may a well disband the Idea that profit enn bo obtained on tho fruit, for ns a rule orchard land is irood laud, and utile the trees are proTly carvd for It 1 better to hare other crop occupy the c$e Citizens National Bank OK LANCASTER. KY. J. J. WALKER, U. K. HUDSON. President. Jot: J. Wai.xkk, Jk W. O. P.ignky, Ass't Cash'r W. K. CHAMP. Cashier. Vic Prest. U W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, HOTELS THAT MADE LOUISVILLE FAMOUS. Still Maintain Their Popularity And Rates That Are Reasonable. Beginning with this issue of the Ccn tral Record and continuing for several months, we will carry the advertise famous ment of two of Louisville's hotels' The Old Inn and the Louisville Hotel. The Louisville Hotel is the only hotel in Louisville which is still, operating While guestt on the American flan. can stop at the Louisville hotel on either the American ir the European plan, the American plan is the feature and they undoubtebly set th best American-platable on this side of the Ohio river. The Old Inn is known to almost everyone, especially to Kentucky politicians, and the cafe at the Old Inn is unquestionably the best eating place Any one wanting n real in Louisville. good steak or fresh sea food of unv kind should visit the Old Inn Cafe Both ho'els have hot and cold running water and telephone in every room, and any one stopping at either of the hotels H assured of the very best of August We 191G. are"" authorized to announce Jeptha Onstott a candidate for the democratic nomination for County Court Clerk, subject to the action of the primary, August 1917. THE SYMBOLIST. On his journey to the prosperous and politically languid West, Mr. Hughes indulged in a curious bit of unconscious symbolism, gays the New York Times. The first stop of his train was at Niagara Falls Mr. Hughes is engaged in an effort to fight the past, to turn back the cur rent of events, to reconstruct histcry. It i his thesis that, if the Republican Party had been in power in (lie last three years, by some abracadabrn, some magic process as yet hidden from an expectant country, but, doubtless, to be disclosed somewhere between Detroit and the Pacific, the Lusitania would not have been sunk, the other submarine murders would not have occurred, the Mexican troubles, which dared to begin their acute stage under a Republican Administration that mun aged to display a good deal of "vacilla tion" in a short time, would have been settled or averted, presumably by some miraculous transformation of Ihe Mexi can people. When a program of military preparedness has been passed and u program of naval preparedness is on the eve of becoming law, Mr. Hughes, steadily averse to the present and the actual, looks piteously at things ac complished and criticises the Admin istration for following, not leading. There are no real leaders, of course, except the sometime Progressive chief whom Mr. HUGHES follow, not leuds. When the paths of the American Mr. people drop fatness, Hughes squeezes out a tear over tho davs when it was estimated, no doubt by competent Republican mathematicians. there were over 300,000 out that of work in the City of New York Indeed, he looks back when he teems to be looking forward. His receipt for permanent prosperity is from the pro the discarded tection pharmacopoeia, concoctions of Payne aud Aldrich and Pig Iron kelley. Another fact of history, the un deniable, positive, constructive Derm ocratic achievement in legislation such us theYederal Reserve uct, Mr. Hughes bus not seen us yet. Would ho have that wiped out, too, In his "firm" hun ker dissatisfaction with the existing that does not owe its existence to the Grand Old Party? Without war Mr. Wilson won from Germany acknowledgment of the right of Americans to travel In safety on the teu. Ily some diplomacy of fairyland v Mr. Hughes would have forced to abandon her submarine way. laying and destruction of liners before It began. If tho Republicans had been in jiower, the German Admiralty, tho German Government, would have been so diverse from whut it wasl Hli good to think of Mr. Hughes and Him Falls, the mighty mass of water and the rainbow. Mr. Hughes's task is to make the waters of history flow back. He liai to persuade a people Ger-mun- unanimously adopted; We the niembers of the Teachers Institute ot Garrard Cour.tv do resolve: HON. HARVEY HELM 1st. That we recognize in our inCongressman Harvey Helm defeated structor. Dr. E. C. McDougal, a man Charles F. Montgomery in the primary of great ability for Institute work and for the Democratic nomination for Con- that we thank him most heartily for Saturday by a majority of gress last the energetic, helpful and pleasingman-ne- r 5,671 votes. Helm carried every coun in which he has conducted our ty in the district save Casey, the home Institute. county of Montgomery. 2nd. That we appreciate very much Mr. Montgomery carried his home work done by Mrs. Gillingham in county of Casey bv n majority of 81 the our Institute impressing upon us the An unusually small vote was poled and importance of Physical Education aud apparently little interest was taken in of the teaching of music in the Public The overwhelming ma the election. Schools. jonty of Mr. Helm proves his popular. 3rd. That we realize that our county itv in the District, and the majority superintendent has more than ordinary over such a fine gentleman as Mr. love for her work and that her services Montgomery manifests the opinion in are priceless to the schools of Garrard which he is held by the people. county. The race for the Republican nomina4th. That we shall endeavor to se- service. tion was won by a small majority by cure belter attendance in our schools T. Neat of Columbia over Robert Sleeting of Work. Chas. by visiting in the homes of our pupils Davidson of Stanford. Work Is a gtmrdlnn angel. Work Garrard gave Helm a majority of 401 und securing the cooperation of their turns the wilderness Into u garden. Work does sometimes what even love and the other counties gave him the parents. 5th. That we shall look closely to en tumt do; roots u man firmly in hit following majorities. the health of all pupils and shall give place In the world and gives him the Iloyle blexsed senvutlon: This plot nf ground 550 them such instruction and help as will Mercer In the wide Immensity of earth wu Shelby 1.015 enable them to keep healthy bodies. meant for mo to grow In. Robert Gth. That we fully appreciate the 1 850 Lincoln for our lichen. 1175 great work that has been done ., ... Spencer 375 teachers and schools by the Eastern . . Jessamine at Richmond Ancient American Art. 870 Kentucky Statu Normal Madison Thus far Bolivia I the only locality 005 and we feel we have a right to insist Anderson our future loyalty to it can be se- of tho new world whence tin In large The following is the tabulated vote that only by its being kept out of commercial ipiiuitltloH I exrted, reof the countv and certified by the elec- cured marks the St. I'uul Pioneer I'reM. The factional und party politics. tion commissioners. 7th. That we petition the Legislature deposit uru large, und the Use of tin Helm Montgomery Davison Neat us mi alloy appears to be its old us the to make an appropriation to defray the $2 CI 23 22 people. At tiny rate, before the comexpense of the County Institute. ing of the SpanMi conqulstadores the K. Park 119 25 49 21 Stli. That the teachers in eacli Edu- nut Ives of Peru ami Bolivia, In the W. Park 37 20 28 4 Division hold conventions and vicinity of Lake Titlcucn, made use of K. Ilry. 72 13 25 9 cational books of the Reading Circle tin n mi ulloy with copper to inuku W Dry. 9J 45 27 ducuss the 14 meeting. bronze. 1 7 Huckeyc 39 8 at each 9th. That a Purent Teachers Asso18 4 21 Pt Lick. 91 be organized in each school dis8 2 ciation 0 Walkers 23 'WHAT'S THE REASON" 11 20 trict of this countv. 05 7 Union 10th. Ihat we shall make extra efBatson & West sell overalls t 151 forts to improve the penmanship of the C20 210 140 $1. when others get $1.35 for the 11 boys and girls of this county. Majority 401 same article? 11th. That we shall use whatever material we can get to the end of giv- "WHAT'S TIIK ItKASON" MERCHANDISE STOCK Batson & West sell Palm Bench ing our pupils proper moral training. Suits at $3.00 when others get 12th. That we heartily thank Dr. FOR SALE. Ganfield, Miss Elizabeth Bryant, the $.1.00 for same article? UKASON" As Administratrix of the estute of ladies of the citv, und all others who "WHAT'S THE Butson & West sell AU Goods so I). White Mursee. deceased, I desire have contributed in any way to this much cheaper than other stores? to sell, us u 'whole, the entire stock of most helpful institute. "BECAUSE" Amanda Anderson, groceries, dry goods and notions located They pay small rent. Anna Holtzclaw, In the Central Record building, and re"BECAUSE" Andeison Hall, cently conducted by my late husband. They pay no big salaries to clerks Stella Stone, This is one of tho best established Committee, "BECAUSE" Lloyd II. Lutes, stands in the city and carries with it a They do all their own work. good cash trade. To get an 8.00 set of kitchen warn "BECAUSE" Until the stock is sold as a whole, 1 They sell for Cash and buy for will continue to retail it at cost and absolutely free If you buy a.MAJESTIC Cash. many bargains can be obtained at this range next week is an olfer worth in"BECAUSE" time. Anyone desiring further infor- vestigating. Visit our speciul demonTh'ey lose no bad accounts. mation in regard to this stock can ob- stration during the week commencing August 14, and we will show you this THAT'S THE REASON tain same by calling at store. Their prices bring homo the Mrs. Annie Marsee, fine ware which is an out and out gltt. BACON. GO SEE THEM. CONN 11ROS. Administratrix. slflce. thoroughly cultivatIf tho orchard ed now nud then It will not consume too much of the farmer's time mid will pay well In the end. If the orchard I older tho ground may bo kept In sod without being of much detriment to tho trees provided the farmer does uot carry It too fur nnd attempt to ralso a hay crop. Tho orchard idinuld bo properly pruned, and If the fnruier dono at a understand till It cnu tltno of year "lien there Is little cither farm work. With apple trees n good dormant spray, followed by one or, letter, two sprnys In the early part of tlio soaon, ouo rondo Just after tho petal fall ami tho other within three weeks, should Insure good fruit. A lead arsenate t spray containing nlso a good cleanup spray. Cherry trees will seldom need any spray, and cacli nud plum tree may bo treated tho same ns apple trie, but tho spraying may bo leg Intensive, n dormant nud one spring spray Kdng When brown rot I present sulllclent. on peach nud plum the use of self boll advocated Instead il Ixirdenux or I ftroiiK lime sulphur, of since the use of these Hprnys I liable to rvult In defoliation of the tree. 1 1 llme-nilphlime-sulph- Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Olllcc Phone 18. Residence Plume 33. Jacob SchulzCompany Incciriioralrd. Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 339-Fl3-- Ail Occasions. Prompt Attention 83. All Orders Receive Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. "Primrose" Pattern For ;i iE'wj'i & - Fall Forags For Svvln.. Have you provided plenty of pnsturo for the pli; during the fall mouths 1 nsk KlmlmH's Dairy Parmer. I tape sown at this time makes good fornce within nix or elelit weeks and can lie pastured throughout the summer nud full If tho hog are allowed to eat It Where corn oft at alternate period. I liogireil off rniHj may bo aown after tho Inst cultivation. It will then enoiiKh forngo to supplement tho corn ration for tho hog. Ityu sown during early September will makei plenty of Into full nnd early winter pro-duc- o The Summer Idlers axil i rf "r r -- paMurc. AAAWVWVAAWWVWAAAS I SOME POULTRY HINTS 2 BUVVAr.iAVftVAVAVVAl 9 Tho sitting hen must bo protected splendid breedfrom lice. She offers ing for these parasite, and undoiiu lo check their its. something li Krowth In the nest the thickens will be hutched under Hcrlous handicap. liens of certain varieties lire naturally more productive than others, but even the best of them will fall nliort of doing their best work unless they are properly fed mid cured for. It I good IKilley to feed tho broods of chicken In tepnratu places, for each will get his sharo and grow better If this plan I followed. Always bo suro that every part of any Inclosuro whero tho turkey hen and poulla are kept I well drained. tho hen will sit down at Sometime ulgbt In n low plnre, and a heavy rain depression with water and will fill tho c'jIII or drown tho poultr, Overcrowding causes fuivl. to sweat at night, and this fcoii ruts tlio feathers at tho roots. This Is one reason why eo many fowls shed feathers out-lid- o of the regular molting Reason. Had the Right. d Slarjnrle. lived three, was to hear her mother Indulge In One argument. nrdent day I mild that its her father wtm mi busy I would have to hire n mini to stove. Mnrjorle, thinking that move there was a law prohibiting the moving of stove by women, taldi "You. ddst do It yiiurcelf, maiuiuiil You've dot na much right an auy man." Cleveluud Leader. nccus-tnme11 lrr-raar-7r- rr i Tr p r r1 Mau Be Used r?f T gr Jl!! lllittw!kl 11 with SI chain. row. of BKGIN end Itow-each ch, 1 For Tea Clolh Or Other PuipoS Itn.VlTIlT YOt'It CntTAINH. Turn at Thirteenth Ituvv I'ourtcviith Itow I'lfteenth How-- 11 HUtevutli Itow-11 Hp. 11 Hp. Mh nils " ch, 1 tr In tho nest (this will lie spucc), u refeired to us (tl sp 1 - th tr from tho hook, lu the '.' eh, tu ull). Seciuid Itow 3 Hi, 7 tr (over 2 kji this will ho referred to a blks; 1 blk In I tr), 1 hp, '.' blks, II h. 1 p. 3 Third ltow-- 1' up, :t blks, blk, S Hp. i.p, '. blks, 1 sp, 7 tr und Join 1st nnd 7th tllp-Mlt(this will be reii "tuft"), 1 sp, 2 blks, 2 Hp, rifth Itow I hp, 1 blk, 1 sp (over tuft), 1 blk, I sp. Slsth Itow 2 np, 2 blk, 1 Hp, 1 tuft (us before), 1 np, 2 blks, 2 up. eventli liow- -2 Hp, a blks, 1 n, a blks, 2 IP- Eighth ltow- -3 Hp, 2 blks, 1 Hp, 2 blks, 3 Hp. Nluth Itow U gp. ( Tenth Itow- -5 sp, 1 blk, C Elorcuth Itow I n, I blk, lip, 1 blk, Ilow-- Into uett tr with n ferred to in rourth 1' ni i sp. Twelfth ltovv- -5 sp, I blk, 5 tp. hp. hp, 1 blk, 0 sp. Seventeenth Itow 1 hp, 1 blk. 1 p, 1 blk, I hp. Eighteenth Itow- -5 sp, 1 blk, 0 pj repent for dcidred length from 1st row. THE COIt.MIIt. Begin ofter lib row of tho pattern. Plfth Itow I sp, 1 tuft, 1 np, 1 tuft, 3 up, 1 blk (miiko all the tufts stand out Ml the right bide). Sixth Itow- -2 sp, 2 blks, 1 sp, 1 tuft, 1 Hp, 2 blk., 2 sp. Seventh ltow- -2 np, 3 blks, 1 sp, 3 blk, 2 np. Eighth Itow- -3 sp, 2 blks, 1 sp, 2 blk., 3 si. Ninth Itow It sp. Tenth Itow 11 np. Here break oh, turn the work over, and commence again at tho top of the last row to work across tho margin nf tho last 11 rowsi 1 sp, 1 blk, 1 sp, 1 blk, 1 sp. This I Uko the 11th row of tbo pattern, and tho work proceed! from the 12th row. Try thl for a tea clotb. r. The Central Record, Thursday Aug 10 1916. IIOIIN DEERE AND OLIVER SULKY PLOWS. JOHN DEERE AND IIOOSIER WHEAT DRILLS. Your account is due and must be paid at once other I wise I will have to force collections which I hate to do. I A Brief Mtntion cl the Comlnu and Golnji by Thou wt Art Interested In. Havlntf withdrawn from the firm of J. K. Mount Son & Co., to go Into other business, I desire to thank my customers for their patronage and request that Mr. Charlie Kelley of Cincinnati, in they come In and settle their accounts and notes now, visiting Mr. lrah Grimes. Miss lona Dunn is the attractive as I need the money to put into my new business. (guest of Miss llrunette Arnold. Gossip About People " Respectfully, JOHN M. MOUNT METAL SHINGLES have solved ourroo it r probicm. . m We arc through wHh repairs and Improve Mlns Carrie Miller hus been on a visit to Miss I.uclle Donahue in Danville. Prof. M. L. Cancer of ProspcctTenn, was here for several days last week. Judge Hanson and wife of Louisville nre quests of Mr. I rah Grimes and sister. Mr. V. A. Lear was In Cincinnati the first of the week In the intereit of his live Htork business. Rev.andMrs.il. S. Hudson have been cm n sojourn nt their former home hornn in Sharpsburg. Mr. and Mm. Hobt. Goir of Cincinnati, are visiting th tatter's parents, I Mr. mid Mrs. A. II. Ilastin. Rev. and Mrs. J. W. Heaglu and daughter of Georgetown, have been visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Iloltz-cla- fylcaksemJ appearance. For Snle by Locnl Cotitrnrtors or Cortriglit Mctnl Knofini! Co. 50 N'ortli 2.'lrd Street. J THE STORMPROOF ROOF Mines MrWhorter and Estridge, two of Paint Lick's attractive young ladies, paid the Itrcord a pleasant call, last week. Mr. Thomas Elmore who has been located for sometime in Indianapolis, is heru for a yisit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Klmore. Mrs. Charles West and two children from Texas are here on a visit to her mother, Mrs. J. M. Elliott, nnd brother Dr. W. M. Elliott and family. Mcpdames S. II. Anderson and II. F. Walter leave soon for a recuperative stay at Dripping Sprirgs with Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden and children. Mrs. Thomas Adams ar.d daughter. Miss Mattie, left a few days since for Lexington where they will visit en route to their home ir Shatp.burg. Mrs. J. W. Klmore. Mrs. David and Miss Mary Klmore went to Richmond last Friday to attend the funeral of the late Mrs J. C. Chenault. Mr. and Mrs. John W. Miller went to Richmond to attend the funeral of their relative, the late Miller Davidson, who succumbed to an attack of typhoid fever. Mis Allie Arnold is on a visit to Mcsdnmes James Arnold and Hugh I'liiladfl.iliin, l'n. PUBLIC SALE OF - CITY I PROPERTY. will at two o'clock P. M., on Saturday. August 26, '16 sell at public outcry In Lancaster, Ky., in front of the Court House door, my REX THEATRE AND GARAGE PROPERTY TERMS: One half cash on January 1st, 1917, when deed Is to be made, and one half to be paid July viit Hemphill in Nicholasville and will later Mr. and Mrs. Jese Arnold in Frankfort. 1st, 1917, bearing interest from January 1st, 1917, when full possession will be given. I will first offer the building and the ground on which it stands, and then offer the adjoining lot and then the whole thereof, being the lot I purchased from J. D. Conn, and the bid or bids realizing the most money will be accepted. Picture Show and Theater Fixtures to be reserved. The building is a three story structure of concrete and was erected in the yearl914 It is 40x100 feet and stands on a lot 40x135 feet. The adjoining lot Is 40x135 feet. Everything in perfect repair, and located one block from Public Square. Contracts will be entered into on day of sale, and the purchaser is to give approved security on same. Miss Amanda Anderson hus returned from taking a normal course at a school in IndianaK)lls and while there visited her sisters, Mrs. Mary Harris and Mrs Nellie. Vuris. Mis; Woods of Lexington, has been visiting Miss Mattie Adorns at the McGiath, and home of Mrs. her uncle, Mr. Thomas Cnesnut, near .Marksbury. Miss Minnie liulley. tho ellicient clerk in the l.yor s dry goods establishment, left on a vacation of two weeks and will visit relatives in Mt Sterling and Lexington. Mrs S. II. Mc.Makin has returned to her homoiiearShelbiville.after visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs J. A. Arnold. She was accompanied home by Master Paul Arnold. Jr. Richmond and Dr. and Mrs II. C. T. Luther E. Herron. attractivu little daughter, Roberta Katherine, of Marshall, Oklahoma, were recent visitors of her parents, .Mr and Mrs J, A. Arnol I. Mrs. Parker Gregoty has gone Asheville, N. C, with the hop of to im- Her Mrs. W. A. Arnold, of Winchester, accompanied her. Misa Lucile Hnmscv and brother, Joe Cabell Ramsey, have returned from a visit to their uncle, Mr, Joe McCor-macat Ashcvillo N. C. Mr. W. 0. Goodloe having gone for them. proving her declining health. in-law, k, Mr .1. 0. rollings of Louisville, join-- c hi wile, who win visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs Frank Todd, for a few days visit, and together they returned to their home last week. I Mrs. I.uln Johnson, Mrs. J. A. Anion Mr. Allen Johnson and Mr. Win. .Miller comiosed n party of motorists who sought fresh air invigoration by a trip to Crab Orchard Springs Sunday. Don't Buy a Wagon Until Yon Have Seen the Columbus Strongly Heforo you decide on any wagon, cxamlno tho Columbus. built of tho best possible material tho Columbus wagon gives tho most satisfactory service (or tho longest wrioj of years. There is no secret in tho notedly long lifo of tho Columbus wagou. It is tho result of tho methods employed in construction. There is no wood in this wagon uuder shelter from one to two years. which has not been Tho ailcs and tho spokes of tho wheels aro hickory; tho hounds, bolsters and saudboards are oak, aud tho bottom of tho box is straight gralucd flawless piuc. These aro just a few examples of the care which is takeu to make this wagou as reliable as jiossiblo. The result is that tho Columbus wagou is unbeatable ill reliability aud endurance. Come in and examine it for yourself. Wo know you will bo pleased. air-dri- Mr. Arthur Itankin, son of Mr. T. C. Kankin in west Garrard, has been iniite ill with typhoid fever, but his friends nnd relatives will bo gratified to learn that ho is now showing Improvement. Miss Dove Harris, head of the Dar-vll- lo Husiness College, but u former Lancastrian, Is enjoying her vacation months by a trip to the Lone Star State, nnd Is the guest of her nephew, Mr. Ilranham Reuzley and wife at San Texas. Mrs. J. W. Acey who was stricken suddenly ill while on a sojourn at Klixir Springs was brought hero to the home of her mother, Mrs. Wm. Hughes, where she now is on the road to recovery, much to the gratification of her friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Hobt. Iluruside and daughters of near Lancaster, and Mr. Joe L. Francis of this citv. joined Mrs. Fish, Mrs. Unltha ftewlanu Mattie and daughter, .and Mr. Ivan Fisli at Dripping Springs for a most enjojablo all-Ja- y BECKER & BALLARD PHONE 27. BRYANTSV1LLE, Ky. picnic. IT apartments were prettily decocrated for the happy occasion, both cjt flowers and potted plants being used In the adornments of the brilliantly lighted Money to loan on real estate. Apply hall, parlor and dining apartment. U II. Clay KaulTman, Attorney. Social converse and general conviviality Hemp Ilreaks made and sold by W. made the hours pass rapidly, white most M. D. Ungues. delicious relreshtnents of ices and con- F. Parks, Paint Lick, Ky. Sample can Mr. Floyd Swope of Lexington, Is fections prettily observing the color be seen at Hudson Hughes & Farnau. Misses Margaret and Klizabeth Kason here at his former home for a vacation. scheme of pink and white were served of Danville are visiting Mr. and Mrs. Mr. D. A. Thomas formerly of this the joyous assemblage. Pendleton Cox and family. WANTKD-10- O cars of wheat; will city, lies very ill of typhoid fever at pay highest market price. Have lots Miss Alleen Thomas and Master Hobt. .Stanford. of new unused sacks. Thomas arc with their grandfather Mr. CARD OF THANKS. Roy S. Schooler. Dr. J. II. Kinnaird is again able to S. M. Urton, near Nicholasville. be out, after nr. illness of several days' We wish to thank our neighbors and Miss Iola Ilrown returned to herhomo For Sale. duration. friends for their kindness shewn us In at after a pleasant visit to Miss Household and kitchen furniture. Miss Mary Lee Lear left Wednesday the death of our dear father and husLucile Spratt, pn the Danuille pike Mrs. John Mount. for a visit to Lexington where she will band. Mrs J. W. Simpson and children. Miss Lily D. Grant, II. M. Grant and attend the Fair. Ilowman Grant were visitors Thursday LOST Mrs. John Paul Miller and handsome of Dr. and Mrs. S. P. Grant In Danville CARD OF THANKS. son, John Paul Jr, are visiting Mr. and Ilrown raincoat. Reward to findpr. Mrs. Alex King nnd son of Richmond, Mrs. John Miller, To the many kind inquiries of my Miss Jennie Higgins. Mrs. Joe Hilton nnd sons of Paris have dear friends in Lancaster. I will say Mrs, Liza Criscillis of Williamsburg, been recent guests of Mrs. Malcolm has been visiting her sister, Mrs James that Mr. Ralph Scott hns sufficiently House. PRIVATE GARAGE. recovered to I e taken to his futher's Criscillis, at Hyattsville. Mla Annie Martrarot Klkin returned home in Uryantsille. The dear little Central location. Will rent cheap. Mrs. J. P. Ileatty has returnee to her baby is doing nicely nnd accompanied from last Monday after a de- Phone 71. lightful visit to friends In that beauti- - borne in Richmond, after a visit to her him, I tout to cheer his lonely hour". daughter, Miss Leila Ileatty. I also desire to express my heartfelt ful city. ' Henrietta Haney and attractive thanks for the services rendered us at jTOBACCO TENANT WANTED. Mr and Mrs I. K. Daily nnd children, of Corbin, are visiting the family of!""le daughter, Josephine have been the cemetery when dear Hessie was j Phone or apply to Henry Lloyd at buried, and for the many letters of lov- Jnck Adams residence. Mr and Mrs W. S. llailey on the Iluck- - visiting friends in Liberty, Ky. Phone 'JO I, ing sympathy received since. God has eye roai)- ' Mr. Ilowmnn Grant leaves the last of them to soften our grief, and may ued for a visit to his uncle, Mr. lie richly reward each one is my earn- HORSES AND MULESWANTED Messrs William White ar.d Frank t,lu Howman in Lewis county Harrold. of Indiananolif, are the guests. J- I will buy some good cotton or army est prayer. Mrs. A. II Singleton. ofitheir cousins, Misses Mary and FanVersailles Ky. mules or horses. Dr. William Hurnctt of Shelbyvilie nie Wood. W. II. Hurton. has been mingling with his many . Messrs. Milton Klliot, William Mason, friends here at his former home. Lancaster, Ky. Daniel Klkin, and Robert Tomlinson Mr. nnd Mrs. Ross Ilastin, Mrs. V. A. News Of The Churches. attended the Fair dance at Danville SWEET CLOVER SEED. Lear and Miss llernie Lear, enjoyed an last Friday. auto trip to Lexington iast Sunday. Direct frcm grower. White aud biMiss Mary Ross returned to her home Rev. S. II. Pollit t left iast Monday ennial yellow; hulled and unhulled. Miss Juanita Dunn is at home, after for Madison county where lie will conin Paris, Ky.. last Monday, after a Special saenfied seed for fall sowing. delightful and pleasant visit to Miss having spent n week with her friend, duct a series of meetings for the next Also pure sweet clov-iextracted hon-eMis Stella Doty in the Marksbury sec- -' two weeks. There will be nopreaching Martha Tinder. Prices and circulars sent free. tion. at the Methodist chuich next Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Payne and three JOHN A, SHEEIIAN. y R. F. D. No. 4. Miss Hettie Perry has returned to her Rev. F. M. Tinder also left on children of llenoit Miss., will arrive the FALMOUTH, KY. home in Stanford after a visit to Miss for FlntWoods, in Madison county pd Isst of the week to visit Mr. and Mrs. Mary Lee Lear and Miss Margaret) where he w ill hold a protracted meeting James I. Hamilton. Cook. lor the next few weeks. This old hisTWENTY-FIVMr and Mrs U. K. Speaks and chilYEARS. Professor Henry Loyd has been! toric church lias many members and is dren, Stella Ford and Hamilton, spent considered one of the most progressive Tho Cortright Shingle has a record of last Sunday with Mr and Mrs Johnson absent from Lancuster several days, country churches in the state, ns we twenty-fivyears on a roof without having made a sojourn in Stanford and Speaks, near Mt Hebron. go to press no arrangements h.ive been leak. This roof is good today. I have Lexington. made for preaching nt the Christain the exclusive agency for this shingle Mrs. R. 0. McLean and Miss Alice Mrs. William Jones and daughter, c iurch next Sunday. Dale Durr, leave this week for Nashand 'would be pleased to quote jou ville after a several months stay with Miss Annie Jones, of near Winchester, I can furnish you building maDr. L. E. Sellers, Secretary of the prices. are visiting Mrs. J. C. Robinson on American Christain Temnerance Hoard, terial of any kir.d and would be pleased Mr and Mrs James liurnside. Ricnmond Avenue. will he here on Sur.day, August 20th. to have you call me. Misses Sallie Mae Sears and Julia C. S. Roop. Miss Kathleen Wulter, in company and will preach at the Christain church Hates have returned to their home in Carpenter and Contractor, that morning. Dr. Sellers is well Somerset after a weeks visit to their with her friend, Miss Jenkins of has been spending a part of remembered here, as he held a very 3mO: Cjutersville, Ky. cousin, Mrs. Malcolm House. successful meeting at the Christain the week In Maysville. Mrs. T. M. Wilson of Howling Green Mr. and Mrs. John S. Uaughman church several years ago. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. is here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Mount, and will be joined the last came over from Danville Wednesday Profuse In Promises. John Foster's Admr., et nl Plffs. and were guests of Captain Thomas of the week by her husband. "He's n promising author." ""e. vs NOTICE. Llkin and daughters. I'e several of his signed promises In John Foster's Heirs, et al. Mr. and Mrs. Hudson, young Mr. Def ts. Mr. W. H. Hrowu took advantage my strong now. nnd they're nil Hudson and Miss Hudson made an auto Notice is hereby given that the unDetroit Free Press. from Fleiningsburgatvl were guests of the excursion and went to Cincinnati overdue." trip dersigned Master Commissioner of the last Sunday in the interest of his of Rev. and Mrs. 11. S Hudson. Garrard Circuit Court will sit in his thriving slocii business. Debt to Novelist. Country's office in the City of Lancaster for the Mr and Mrs. Palmer and sons, of Head.- - killed tho horrible purpose of receiving claims against Chnrlci "Auut"Su- - Salter, thus lovingly desthe Georgia, who have been sojourning at nyMem of transportation for life, unit estate of John Foster, deceased, and ignated by her many friends, has taken nnd New Crab Orchard Springs, spent several a room with Mrs. H. "rennned from hearing proof on claims on August ISth F. Wulter and days with Mr and .Mrs G. D. Robinson. the stain of belns criminal dumpwould be pleased to have calls at her ing (rrouniN. HH novel. "It Is Never and 10th. 101G. Those having claims Miss Leila Ileatty, an ellicient clerk new home. Too Late to Mend." did tho trick, and against the estate will file the same at the Joseph mcrcsntlle establishment, Mr. R. H. Spindle has returned to his the llrltlsh dominions In the mutheru properly verified according to law. W. II. HROWN, M. C. G C. C. leaves next week for her vacation, and home in Norfolk. Va. His wife and hemisphere ''"' the novelist n debt of will spend a part of the time in Vir- pretty baby daughter will rimam with gratitude which they have not fulled pay. to ginia. Mrs. Spindle's parents, Mr. and Mrs. HOUSE FOR SALE. Misses Klizabeth Thomas, of Shelby-vill- e Robert McRoberts. till the heated seaRubber at Once Found Favor. ami Catherine Wngner, of Nich- son is passed. Saturday. August 19th 191G at 10. On Rubber was Introduced Into tho olasville. are charming guests of Misses Mr. and .Mrs. T, J. Price and their Culled State-- . In ISiki. which, by un A. M., I will oiler at public sule my and Delia Tinder, on Stanford house guests, .Mrs. M II. Mabry nnd odd Martha was the year of house iu Paint Lick, Ky. This place avenue. I'lmrles (iiHidyeur'H Wrth. Half n cen- is located on the Madison side of Paint Master Harton Maury, of Florida, tury later n Itoton nmlgittor brought Lick, and one of the most desirable a recent automobile trip to Dan.Mrs. W. C. Kckles and Albertine from Ilriizll n number of pairs of boots visitors of Mrs. which had been coated with the coag- houses in that thriving little City, conHardison, arrived from Denver, Col. ville nnd were sisting of 15 acres of land, being in S. P. Grnnt and Dr. Grant. last Monday ami nre the guests ot Miss ulated milk of the rubber trees. Their Annie Helle Hurnside, near Point popularity was Immediate, on account blue grass for the past 10 years. The Mrs. D. M. Lackey of this city is dehouse is a one and a half story of 7 Lenvell. serving congratulations in that her of their luipervlousness to water. rooms and an annex of I rooms, with pretty granddaughter. Miss Mary Gool- Mrs. A. K. Moore and daughter-in- nil necessary aud good cislaw, Mrs. Russell Moore whose home loe Lackey was bedecked with n blue Treatment of Bolls. tern. is in the South, will come over from ribbon by her admirers at the Danville A Trench doctor h:w had great sucIt can be divided into nice building Lexington the last of the week to visit Fair as being lU? handsomest youi g cess with eiitterliig bolls by applying lots that will sell readily. woman in attendance, her escort having nt tho tlrt lgns of Inllammatlon Mrs. V. I). Simpson. TKRMS-S10cash on day of sale. wet wllh nniiil parts of tincbeen Mr. Robeit Furris. Mr. John Walker, of Ilillhouse Miss., ture of nrnlctt. tincture of Iodine nnd Balance in equal paj ments of 1 and -arrived last Moilday for a short stay Mr and Mrs Alex Walkea and daugl Continue until the years, possession to be given January spirits of with relatives and friends here. John ter, Virginia Peail, and Miss Pearl trouble seems to b passed. If with 1st 1917. looks the picture of health and every Hardin, 'eft last week for their new the compresses one drinks sulphur waMRS. NANCY E. SI'ILMAN. body is gl.nl to see him. home in Lawton, Oklahoma., very much ter or roil clover blosom tea. It will tho bolls nnd overcome help to ' Mrs L'd Lane and children, of Rich to the regret of their many friends the tendency. mond returned to their home in Rich .here in Kentucky. They will visit monil last monday after a pleasant vis friends and relatives in Indiana and D:tt;r Iron It. Representing the heirs of .Mrs Willie it to Mrs Lane's parents, Mr nnd Mrs Decatur. 111., before going to Okla The other morning little Helen was House, deceased, I will on homa. Meridu on thu Huckeye road. watching mother press onu. of her Friday, August 25lli, 1916 Miss Minnie Gulley complimented her coats. Helen nsk.d why this had to Jack Hurnside, one of our ellicient Mother wild to get the beginning nt two olllee force, is "laying olf" this week guests, Miss Katie Mae Dlckerson and be done. o'clock, on the premwrinkles out. Later mother was sitnnd enjoying a visit to his sisters, Mrs Professor A. H Crawford, representating on the porch with Helen in a ises, three miltw from Lancaster, on T. K. Watson, ut Corbin and Mrs. tive of the Richmond Normal School the New Danville pike, sell to the highhere at the Garrard County Teachers' largo reed rocker. The Impression of est bidder the following real Jumes Lundram, nt Harlan Ky. estate and It Institute, witli un auto trip iast Friday tho recti on mother' nrm wrinkledex- personalty: Mr. nnd Mrs. Scott Hudson of At- - evening to Crab Orchard Springs, the u great ileal. Helen seeing this One good three room house anil four your arm! Iiiuta, Mrs. J. P. Morfort and Mi'! trio enjoying u f, o'clock dinner nt that claimed: "Miimimi. look nt Don't you think you had better Iron acres of land, well improved with new Margaret Kinneer of Lexington motor famous resort tobacco barn, large enough to house ed over Tuesday and were guests of three acres of tobacco, well watered Mrs. Ktliel Dnrnold who is spending Mr. and Mrs. John K. Stonnes. witli good pool and cistern. The land Tentative. her vacation neiiod hero nt her former Mr. mil Mrs. J. H. McRoberts. Misa .home, goes shortly to Winnipeg, Their teacher lmil lately become en Is in a high state of cultivation, two e Davis McRoberts and Mrs. Will- - t0UU( to teach the tlgn language in a gaged, nnd nil tho girls were tre acres now being in tobacco uud the renaturally. mainder in com. At the sumo time Interested ium Severance motored over from Stan D. and D. institution. MIs Edna Gul- mendously ford Monday evening and onjoytd sev- ley, daughter of thu late Mrs. Maggie Hverjbody wanted to see tho ring, will sell one mule colt uud all household eral hours with Lancaster kinspeople. II. Gulley will also teach in the same nnil more llnin one was irrlcvouslv uud Kitchen furniture. dlsnppolntcd In tho size nnd splendor TERMS OF SALE. school, both young women having pre- of tho token, one Mr. Edwin P. Halley left for miiiuen All personal property, cash in hund. California, the first of the week pared themselves for this lucrative considered It critically and then remarked: "It's mlhtv small, ain't It? The house and land will be sold one- where he holds u lucrative and respon- work at the Indianapolis Institute. Does that menu that you haven't real half cash, January 1st, 1917, when sible position as Superintendent of Her friends and acquaintances here ly nulte liuule up your mintl to tnno possession will be given, balance on a schools. His wife will protract her stay will regret very much to learn that hlml" credit of twelve months, with lien note hero at her "old Kentucky homo" a Miss lllanche Fleetwood, sister of Mrs, bearing six per cent, interest from Jan month or more. of this city, is ill cf Theodore Currev uary 1st. 1917. A. J. HOUSE. To Remove Linen Stains. and Mrs. Graham Kerr and Mrr;1 typhoid fever at the Patty Clay Mr. Chocolate or cocon stains can be re- Capt. A. M. Uourne. Auct. Marvin brought Mr. and Mrs. firmary in Richmond where sho has moved from linen by nibbing the spot K. P, Halley over from Lexington a been attending tho Normal School. with u piece of butter. Let It stand Imperative. few evenings since, making the de- - Mrs. Currey has been with Miss awhile, nor night If possible. Then They who hick nre, all trip in an automobile, and wood and arranged for u special nurse wash out wllh wuriu, honpy wuter their lives lighting with dtlllcuttlei ol spending several hours with Captain to be In constant attendance till the Mildew stains can bo removed by the their own making. Smiles. Thomas Elkln and daughters. crisis is passed which will be this com following bleaching lltild: Dilute one First Street Railway. part of Juvelle water with four parts ing Friday or Saturday. Mrs. George Phelps mo toted Tho first ktreet railway hi tho Unit. of water. Moisten the mildewed spots Mr. and with tho liquid, mid as num ns the ed States wum built In New York city down from Richmond to visit Mrs D. Mr. Rice Terrill was the urbane between Prince M, Lackey, with the intention of tak- - young host at u haudiome party given Main disappears rinse Immediately In In Fourth avenue, Ing her back with them for recupera- - at the home of his parenis, Mr. and clear water, in. tho blench Is harmful street uud Hurleni. In 18 K. ami horse to the material If allowed to remain cars were Introduced Into the principal tion, but the the popular Lancastrian Mrs. G, P. Terrill in tli eatt suburb on too long. This Milne bleach ts ulso to American between then uud deferred her visit till later, as she has last Moirjay evening. The invitation be recommended lit removlug teu, cof- 1SS1, when citiesuse of electricity wus the not yetsulllcienlly regained her strength list was very extended, there having fee, wluo uud fruit stains. begun. been about a hundred guests in attend- since her recent prolonged illness. Mr. Geo. T. Farris of Frankfcrt has been visiting his daughter, Mrs. S. A. Mr and Mrs Kdd Rosa are in Lexington, this week. Walker. Miss Viola Ileagle of Georgetown Is Little Miss ilarton of Sublette III., Is the guest of Miss Mamie Stormcs Dunn. here visiting her grnrdn.other, Mrs, Mrs W. T. West has returned from John Walters. several weeks stay at Graham Springs. Mr. Robert Hughes of Louisville Is Mrs. Mary Coley of Richmond Is the here at the bedside of his father, Judge guest of her sister, MrsZerelda Gulley. ance, Including the members of both the senior and Junior society sets The r a D IN THIS COLUMN, D I 7- ' r Mon-qs- 8- E e g, 0 lu Zen-lan- d y 00, PUBLIC SALE"" itr JIanl-Anni- New-ma- Fleet-lightf- 1 he Central Record, writing. Thursdayug at this 10 191 PREACHERSVILLE but Exptntlvs Luxury. "So old Williams Is looking fJ divorce from tits joung wife. On i grounds!" "On the grounds of econ mny, I guess." Uncle Cbcn. "doesn mind." Realized It Would De Close. The moment the razor tnuckwt fnec, the mail In Ihochalrrctillzcit' ho wns In the hands of mi nuinteuij "Will joti lmi' n close shave, slrJ nsked the barber, "It looks like It," returned the victim, moodily. "At prj ent tno mills ngnluit my getting of this chnlr nllve seem very heavy, iniieeii. Huston Transcript. CARTERS VILLE. CARDS.J Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, grUsThat$ DAILY MUSICAL TREAT AT STATE FAIR BY NATIELLO'S ROYAL HUSSAR BAND Mrs Omia Hurt Is very sick Miss Vlrgie Bryant was the guest of Miss Susie Davis Inst Friday. Mr nnil Mrs Felix IVnninglon were guests of C. S. Roop and family. Mr and Mrs. Charley Crutcher were guests of her mother, Mrs Eliza Conn, Miss Myrtle Brockman and Mr Lewie. Crutcher were guests of Miss Susie Davis Inst Sunday. Mesdames John Calico and F. I'. Bry, nnt were the guests of Mrs. Mne Rob' Wash Away Skin Sores I. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office Lnncnster. at Rainey's Livery Stable. Kentucky inion last Friday. Rev. Robinson tilled his regular np' pointment at Carters Chapel Inst Sat' urJay nnd Sunday. Mr Samp Cummins tins been qui to III Is better now. Mr F, U Thompson hns been quite skin illeesrs To tti msnr nirrrM of h, line hecoiin' a sick of stomach trouble. the liquid r. I. onl. They know It U MUM,' tioiiMhnlil Mr and Mrs 0, It, Carpenter ot Lannntl lliey enn ilcpentl nn It, they il,i nt hrnttste to recommend It t tlielr netcV caster visited relatives here, ltclt a trs. Itforhfle prored nt Lctema.rrmsrkntilfla Tcmcly all form It U Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Miller were in rrrmlchle Hint Is hsrmleM t Hi,' liu tt Hi Urate kin. hut still It Is effective and Crab Oichard Saturday afternoon. null In nrtlon. It Jnu are a sulfirer Mrs Newton Gill who lias been so ill fri'm kln ill,enc., Inclitillng nlccru, pirn-- l' .cnte., cni't or Lceina In any form, thin rrriclr will not ill.nppnlnt fou. It of typhoid, is reported some letter. I si siikhI the lot sii'l tilsy la the master Mrs, Rcbeccn l'ettus is visiting her pmiarnllnn fomll ekln iIIm-s- . t'uuie In tixlsy and ak stut our cur.r-nntr- e son Mr Joe F. I'ett'H at Springfield. ntmut D. L. U. on D. I. 1. toap, that keeps the skla health . Mrs G. C. Kernedy is very low and v-- w For IS Years nnt much hopes arc entertained fur her said Uncle Ell do much good, 'ceptlu ns It J neves do innn ilat gtls It offir 'Friendly ndlci" ''J .lo BaaHBaaaaagBaaaa Skin Ilcracdy R. E. McRoberts. Lancaster. Ky. JLF JLr e Standard lecovery. Misses Ila l'ettus nnd Edith Mcl.nne, of Springfield, visited friends and rela- U. W. Morrow, ttriulunte Opttctai (llsaae. Filled. futulscilon Guaranteed tives here. J.E. EDWARDS, Phone 391 M -- M.D BUCKEYE, KY. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky V. Paint Lick, John 51. Casey, D. 9. Marianne Conway and high-clas- s Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate Cincinnati Veterinar College. KENTUCKY. DANVILLE, J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Olllce Over National Hank. Residence 1'hone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER. KY. Three Brown Manley CULTIVATORS to close out at cost. 6. C. COX, Manse,Ky OfficeHoUrstt.pDoctors Of Denial Surgery. Office: -. ffl. K. Denny and W. A. Wiieelei Slormei BnlldlhgoTei llnre A Audtr iou'i urulture dlore. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. the famous Slgnor Krncsto Xatlello and noted soloists and Instrumentalists, constitute the Royal Hussar Hand that will bo the big feature at the Kentucky The State Fair September management was very fortunate In securing this band, for there Is none better In the country. AH the men will be attired In unite Hussar uniforms that give the band a distinction all Its own. Both the band and the soloists, carry out Slgnor Xatlcllo's motto "Give the people tho music they want." This gives satisfaction all around and pleases everyone. The programs, which are changed dally. Include both popular and classic selections. The soloist with the band Is Marianne Conwajvone of the foremost concert sopranos Jn tho United States. She has sung with the Boston Theodore Hoehmhlldt's Orchestra, Rich. Max Hormlg's Orchestra and others of similar standing. Her voice Is said to be very line and has a range that enables her to sing all classes of pieces. A feature that U attracting much THIRTY-F1V- Including Mr Ed Bell and wife have returned from n visit to Mr nnd Mrs E. S. Lov Mr MhI Carter sold to J. D. D.tvi of ins at Cincinnati. Mr and Mrs Richard Williams of Jud-so- n Mr anil Mrs J. I. Allen, Mr anil Mrs I'aint Lick three heifers nt (i nnd To. were visiting her parents, Mr nnd Cn!el Todd find Rev. Robinson were Mr Siniltie Dill has relumed from n guests of Mr nnif.Mrs BliilTanl Jennings very pleasant visit to Messrs Tudor nnd Mrs W. II. Cummins. la it Sunday. Master Clinton Parks was badly stung Jenkins nt Newbv. Mr. Roy Sanders bought of Linda by a bumblebee on his ankle while nt Ray 'J calves for Ii'm and one cow of work in the hay field, MT. HEBRON Mr and .Mrs F. F. Cummins nnd Rev. Willie Masters for fill). Mr and Mrs A. C. Miles spent the and Mrs J. W. Beagle visited Mr atid The sick of this community are fm week end with Mr and Mrs Charlie Mrs J. M. Cress, recently. proving slowly. Chapline at Harrtxlsburg. Mr and Mrs D M. Anderson and famMr. Lee Grow wns in Lexington on Mr and Mrs Hubert Carter were the ily and Mr nnd Mrs Iluich Hester went business Inst Thursday. guests at the home of Mr and Mrs J. to the camp meeting at Wilmore. Mr and Mrs Delink' Scott nnd sons II. Denn at Bryantsville, Sunday. Messrs Paul Finch and J. P. Ballard spent Sunday in Lexington. Mr Hugh .Miller formerly of Okla-hom- a of Crab Orchard, have gone to TennesMiss Leila Dalton of London has nc City, but now residing on Ills see and Mississippi to look for cattle. cepted a school in this locality. farm near Fayettesville Ark, was the Itev. J. E. Robin.on, xistor of the Mrs (Jakes Montgomery is under guest (if Dr and Mrs G. M. Hendrcn M. E. church will fill his pulpit Sundny. treatment of Dr Rose at ttiis writing. Sundny. This is his last date before Conference. Mr Solomon Childcrs of Rrynntsvilte Dr nnd Mrs Edwards are rejoicing Mr J. It. Rigsby tells us that he has is the guest of his nephew. Mr II. It. over the urrivnl of a little girl who arMontgomery. rived at their home Thursday August sold bis interest in the Duroc hog mis" Messrs Cyrus and Holier t Preston 3rd. The little Miss has been christened ing business to his partner, Mr Paul Finch. leave Wednesday for Indianapolis where Erwinn Ma) me. Itev. E. II. Thornton has sold out his they will result'. interest in the gends businos to his Mrs A. S. Dean attended a Sunday MANSE. partner, Mr W. ('. Cummins, who will School Convention in Jessamine at Litcontinue the business us formerly. tle Hickman last week. Mr tturdett Marshbnnksleft Saturday Signer Ernesto Natlello. Prof and Mrs J. B. Hutchins and The Sunday School at tins place is for Ohio. little Miss Elsie HutcbiiTS visited her attention wherever tha Xatlello Hand progressing nicely, there being 102 Mr ami Mrs Henry Creech spent Sun- parents Mr and Mrs Evan Foley. appears Is tho Una-Foa new instru present Sunday morning. lie day in Berea. ment. It Is played Ilka a piano and is now teaching at Sopus, near Otten-IieiMrs Dudley Gordon, after spending at has a rich tone that can be heard Dr and Mrs Smith were guests of hi, great distance. This band Is tho first several days with relatives here return parents Sunday, r Itev. J. W. Beagle, formerly of in its equip- ed to her home in Frankfort Wednesday. to Include the Una-Fobut now of Georgetown, was Miss Allie Creech Is visiting her ment. Mr and Mrs J. E. Sherrow and sons called by the Baptist brethren for their grandmother nt Berea. Leader of Ability. attended the dedication of Ernesto Xatlello, leader of the cele Run Baptist church near IlurginSbawne Mrs II. I'. Conn nnd children spent pastor for the remainder ot the Jear. Sunday. pieces bear The call was unanimous. bratcd band of thirty-flvSunday with Mrs W. I. Anderson. Ing his name, which will be a feature Mrs Lizzie Ilroaton of Ohio is visiting of the Kentucky State Fair, was bore Food for Horse and Sheep. t.er brother, Mr Will Mnrshbanks. In Italy In 1S78. Sir years later lilf A healthy hori eiits r.lne times Its Xatlello, came Mr and Mrs Wm. Mnrshbanks spent aelght In food In n year; s healthy-,-hit'P-, father. Slgnor Antonio to America and was appointed band Fndny night with his brother, Mr Geo. six times. master on tho United States Ship Mnrshbanks. Brooklyn. Ho made Ernesto cornet Miss S.illie Anderson has returned to soloist In a band he had organized ic Boxes From Waste Newspapers. her home nnd says she Is. glwl to be Philadelphia. Vnte newspaper, are ueil ntmost home ngnin. In 1SS9 Ernesto returned to Europs exclulely In the manufacture of the BOURBON POULTRY CURE to finish his musical studies. Attain Mesdames Norman nnd Anderson cnrdlKiiiril or pntibonrd which In the drlollnc wter Ing the highest deerce of perfection In which spent Thursday in Lancaster with Mr to form the piKtclxmril l Mikes Hens Laj Amailogty young Xatlello cams on the cornet, nnd dehocinnkers drosmnkers. and Mrs It. K. Conn. back to the United States as fololit Cure Koup, C0M1. Cbolcra, partment stores generally deliver bkk-Dti- i. .Mrs II. L. Morgan of Clay Co. will Llmbemeck J'rrveoH with tho famous Band of Milan. Aftci suit". slioe, etc.. und one of One 50c bottle mat" 12 rvturn home this week, little Mary An- the largest factories In the United an American tour, he returned tc drug of medicine. AI iralloni rUticrbrmallpostpalU. ValuNaples and enlisted In the Italian derson accompanying her. Slates for the uinnufiuture of this able poultry book free. army, serving as cornetlst In his regl lOUdBONnEMECTCO.UilcilsB.Ir. MrJ. L. Doz'er had a painful acci kind of cnrdbonnl I loentiil Jut out--iilment for six months. Then he again of Philadelphia on the Schiijl-kil- l dent by a horse stepping on his foot. came to America and Joined n promt Sold by J. R. Mount.Son & Co. river at Maiiajiink. c lusing him to go on crutches. which he , nent band, shortly after recruited a musical organization of bli own. Mesdames John Davis and Annie Starns and children were guests of Mr and Mrs S. M. D.ivis last Sunday. 1JUCKKYE Dreathe Dcenlv. Itedill nil of the best kI lifers you Ltiow nud )oii will find that the majority of them arc usually well ilevel. i pn I III the throat mid client. Singing Is ii splendid exercise when rotislilen-iIn connection with the vital necessity of deep brenthliig. It Is recognized in i Tor niiiilteiy neees'iiry Iiertect henlth.nnd eteii If one cannot slug, nt lentt the rlTort. If rewnriliHl itth l,mI health, h not to be dvspbied for Its! l ' ' Iieiiellelul erTeCts. PUBLIC SALE OF As agent LAND. beirs-nt-la- of the of deceased, I will on SATURDAY, SKIT. Und. I Mil. nt 111 o'clock a. m., sell on the prom- lcs, the farm known ns the Aimer Ray farm situated six and miles from Lnncnster on the Poor Ridge pike In Garrard Lounty. Kentucky, to the highest bidder, same containing W acres. It will be offered first in two tracts, xr.e tract containing about 15 ncres nnd the other tract about 41 acres, nnd then oirered as n whole, ami the bid realizing the largest sum will be accepted. This farm ir located in n good neighborhood, church and school house within n mile. Is well improved, with comfortable five room dwelling and good on", buildings, under good fence, well watered and in a high state of cultivation. The land is adapted to the growth of hemp and A bner Ray, nne-hn- A FEW DROPS of; tobacco. This place lies hear a good store, blacksmith and csrriage shop nnb gri.l mill. Mr. Jonn Ray who lives near will gladly show the place to anyone p' interested. Let it be understood that this farm will rell rain or shine and there will be no lree. TERMS One half cu.h nnd the In twelve months. At the same time there w II also be sold on the place a Hirtion of the crop of ern growing on the farm and alio some oats. Wm. RAY. Agent. NEW SADDLE HORSE STARS To Prance for Prizes in Banner Rings at Coming Kentucky State Fair. gates above, the State Fair management hat pavilion tho wide for the entrants announced the more tempting plan ol tho four greatest horse listing all the entry monejs In a lum( events listed for the four- - sum and adding to It for the Champloc tccnth annual Kentucky State Fair, I'lve-OalteSaddle Horse stako (1.00C to be held September it Is In cash and a handsome silver trophy; proud for both tho Kentucky Championship surmised that not one of the s In tho Championship Roadster stake and the Kentucky Five Called Saddle Horso ring for- - Champion Fine Harness Stake,, J50C merly known as the Commissioner of additional to the entry moneys, and in saddle horse stake Agriculture's Flve-CalteSaddle Horse the new three-galtcthe bonus added to tho entry muney will Stake, held Friday night of the Fair the Kentucky Championship Roadstei be lien. As this stal e Is new to State Stakes to bo shown Tuesday night cf Fair history, tho entrants In same will, tho Fair tho Kentucky Championship ft necessity, to new to horsemen. Ir Fine Harness stakes to bo shown tho flno harness stako tho proapectl Wednesday night of the Fair and the are llkcwlso for new blood. In the new feature, a Championship Three- - roadster stakes It Is anticipated thai Galled Saildlo Horse stake, which will the greatest lot of entries ever showr be shown Saturday afternoon of tho In n llko event will bo listed for the Fair, will bo recognized by horsemen contest. Those who have purchase! public as ever having nominations nboio are: or a horse-lovinperformed on tho tanbark oval of the Kentucky championship five. great Kentucky show rlnir. While the oaited saddle stake. list of nominators Includes many of rt. n. Motel.ir.tl Lexinaton. Ky, I.exinston, Ky, of the Fair It It- li MoreUnJ the former "stand-bys- " In horse U well known to ,1,06 ? history that a phenomenal number of Ky, SprlwsneM, Farm Ky, tho most noted horses i f Hie : ,nt u- - MeOay tiros North Mhhll-tow- n, Winchester, Ky, endo owned by them have departed w o. Shropshire from Kentucky borders, among the list Ky! i.;;;;"""-being It. E. Morcland's beautiful Cas- - k. I. Moore. c.iiumbla, Ma cade, which has beon sold to a I'enn- .. O. Jones & Sons, No. MlJdletown. Ky, lvanlu horseman Powhatan Stock championship thrce-oaiteMug. Kalarama Farm s HI. hlieu saddle stake. . Ti. More-lani.exinston, Ky, prize winner, Rectlna. Farm's brilliant ho has also been deported to Psnn- 'soni North MUMUtown. Ky! . 0. Shropshire s match- sylvanla; Lexington, Ky, vMiter llaker less Hazel Dawn, which was sold two' Powhatan Htoek Farm. Pew. e Valley, Ky, Thompson.. .... ... . . I'hleaeo, III seasons ago to Cuba'B president, and JJ& her stable mate. Jack Barry more. ho HI, hmond, Ky, was recently shipped to Callfornlt as k. t. Doty Columbia, Mo, I). Moore show horse at the - Exposition; W. S. B AKy, (J. Jones & Sons, No. MhMlelown, Queen- HonlneUvVlrnir ItiislivMe. Ino. Johnsun Moore's My IdoL Mid Into .New Kentucky championship ., who A. fi. Jones & Son's Prliicoss roadster stake. has also beu hipped to I'ennsI- Lexington, Ky. j. nfor.Hn,! Lexington, Ky, vanla; I'. W. Hay's Sunflower, sold it. K Moie'-m- l Valley. Ky. Into Pennsylvania: Mrs. R. T. I.own- - l'ol..itn hi. .k Farm, . . ivwe. Valley. Ky, I "ow hat'in Muek urui I'ewee des' famous Mary .andell 1'nr and , Chicago, III .rh(,)Iip,on Beautiful Kentucky's Choice, and Bob i. ('. Jain Ilarrodkburtr, Ky, Hharoinllle, OhU Nlcoll Plate, which has It. V. mri Morcland's JNinlnllle, Jenn. Itawui ' . hrop-blr- e Lciin sold Into MIsourI Winchester, Ky. figured W. The above named have all Hu.hvllle. Jnd. jot,,,,, Kentucky Na.htille, Tenn. State Th. 11. lise'l In tho relobrated Nashville. Tenn. rings. In Thos. II. Uzeil nud other noted Fair KENTUCKY championship FINE tho flno harness and thrce-gaiteinnNCSS STAKE. class departed notables of horse- SaslTi-'Sflesh are (los.lp. champion three- Ky" !: galled mare; ( lara Bell, champion lino j T, follln. & Hon. North MldJletown, Ky. harness maroj Wlnchmiler, champion I'onluilan Kluck Fnrm..l'ewee Valley, Ky. fine harness gcldlns; Ethel Mac ami I'owhatan stock Karm..ive Valley, Ky, Gladys Center, champion road mares. und Ebony King, champion road mare. y, , Nlcoi.V.",".',',V.".'.....Wooiburn! Ky! U". H. Nlcol ..WoiHlburn, Ky, Increased Purses. Instead of offering the former prize 'aper Johnson ,'u!hlt',' V.'&'son.VNo; Midui.lowS k'?! awards la a flit sum In connection with the four features mentioned The. ll. Lull Ns.hvllle, Tens, e o TREES Everytliinti for Orchard. e 9 Fruitand ShadeTrfles Strawberry Plants, Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies town and WHEN THINK Will I die with mortgage on my farm or other debts to come in and no Insurance to pay; leaving widow and possibly children to witness the sheriff sale to satisfy these obligations? Will I die a single man or woman' leaving Hospital, Doctor and Funeral bills a burden to my parents who have already sacrificed their many pleasures that I mJdhthave education, food and clothing? Q Garden. Write for free CutalotJue. No Agts Q O O 9 & H.F.Hillenmcyer & Son?. Lexington, "1811. Kentucky. 1916 HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. ThU Agreement Witnessetli; That in oriler to protect tho game on our lands for a period of threu years we bind ourselves not to hunt tlierebn, nor permit nnjbodv else to Jo so, and we further agree to prosecute with diligence all persona who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpose of hunting- - Ai d we further uunc to act as Deputy! flame Wurdetis for tfie purpose of car- - j ring out this agreement. Except eacli j of us have the right to kill rabbits un our 'arms or permit it to bo done by 'F: :: la o o o 0 D O J'Vomn'.' hi another under our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible and reliable person selec'ed by us, This November 13th, 1015. i It. L. Elkin, J. E. Robinson, W. H. Brown. Jno. M. Karru, Alex Walker, W. 11. Burton, T. A. Elkin, Huselden Bros., F. M. Tinder. J. II. Dalton, Logun Hubble, John II. Smith. .1. N. Ross. G. M. Deshon, II. II. Cox, Fisher Herring, 'Hughes Bros, J. W, Sweeney, W. M. Malum. Withers Bros, William, Marcus and Jim Wiiite. B. F. Wilmot, J. 1). 1'ope. Mrs. David Chenault. Fred J. Conn, W. R. Cook. J, vV. Elmore, T. C. Rankin. HuiTman Bros, Sam Cotton, Wm. G. Anderson. ' ' v,i. f'l'r S&'.ttt Q Q o Do I want to safely save a small amount each month for my old age or will I put all my earnings in the usual gamble for better or worse as luck may O o o O 9 9 9 & make it? 9 9 9 9 Actual Life Insurance for middle aged men and women, costs about our present tax rate. Is it worth H? Will be glad to explain to you. 9 r ,.,,. R. G. WOO DS PAINT LICK, ,KY. ...', Bi ill a1' U"J.?..! T; R. A. R. M. E. O, L. Arnold, Jr. Henry. Bradihaw, Barker. W. B. Moss Jno. M. White, f Bright Herring. ' The rr.m. CenM-a- l Record, Thursday Aug 10 1916. HOW TO MAKE ROSE POTPOURRI - One Lassie Is Satisfied YOUR WEDDING m With Her - Prettv Frnrb ww.m '' STATIONERY ............r.. The .Correct Formj For Various This Is Just the- Season to Um Cards and Invitations That j Falling Flower Petals and All Stand For All the Difference Between Correctness and Poor Taste. Fragrant, Colorful Bloom to Spice Away For Bleak Winter Weather. ............., wwwmmwmmnif una uttuiiiy ouu rur Your Vacation Garb COMMISSIONER'S-SAL- E 0FLAND. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. James I. Hamilton, et al, PlfTs. VS. Clyde I'ollard, et al, Dcfts. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the March Term, 191G, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House Door in Lancaster, Kentucky, nt 11 o'clock, A. M. on MONDAY. AUGUST 23. 1910, it being the first day of the Garrard County Court Term, the real estate mentioned in the pleading and described as follows: Located and being in Lancaster, Garrard County, Kentucky, consisting of nnd lot containing about 3i acres of land, situated on the South side of Danville street in said town and bounded on the North by Danville street East by the Shugars property and on the South by Nick Leavell, (now Dune & Wm. Arnold) and on the vVest by Anderson property and Pumphrey property, nnd contains 3J ncres more or less, being the property conveyed to Geotge I'ollard by J. II. and Marv Ward bv (iced dated July 18, 1904, and recorded in Deed Hook 19, page 667, Garrard County Clerk's Office. The purpose of the sale herein Is to divide the proceeds arising from the sale of the property among the joint owners as their interest may appear.af-te- r paying the judgments which fix a lien upon the interest of a number of the joint owners herein fixing the to be mud out of the nroceed of each. TERMS: The sale will be made on a credit of six months ami the purchaser will be required to execute Loral with approved security for the purchase piice, said bond bearing six tier cent interest from date until paid, having the force and eiiect ot n judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Rrown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until the purchase money is paid. W. II. IIROWN. M. C. G. C. C. L. L. Walker, Attorney for Plaintiffs. Capt. A. M. llourne, Auct. ls n good Idea to look nlout your the least Important of tlio Items pertaining to neighbors nud. friends' gardens preparations Is tho wed Just now, not tmrJously, but iiinif iMiiiiuui'ij! i iisi ni uil ( with nn eyo to starting a pottho bride should be well supplied with pourri, l'our friends nnd probably small note mpcr or correspondence cards upon which she acknowledge I your neighbors will volunteer to save her gifts and tlm receipt of all mes- tho petals of their roses for you. It sage of congratulation. Iloth note pn-- . ' Is a good plan to gather theso early per nnd curreionileiice cards me and pick up nil thnt lie on tlio ground, correct, nnd they should hnvo but you must uso only tho clean, tuol't monogram the bride elect's Initials or one tlmt hnvo fallen during tho early cngmtcd either In gold, colors or em- morning hours. bossed In white on tho upper left hand If you have your own rose garden corner of tho shirt or In the center (acrlflco a few blooms lcforo they near the top. I Wedding Imitations nml nmiciince-- i hnvo reached their fullncsw. They add the names grcntly to tho strength of the pcrfumo incuts should be Issued of the bride elect's parents or parent lu n finished Jar. l'lnch or twist them (If one Is deceased) or u lnuhelor broth. from tho stalk, trying to keep them er, n married brother nml his wlfo Intact Jointly or n married sister nml her Tut your pithensl rose pelnls In n Jointly, (irnmlpnrcul. or uu uti-clo nml nuut or n guardkiii may nlso dry, shady room. Spread n few thicknesses of white paper over n tnhlo or take the honor. Tlio Invitations should be sent out tiny, sprinkle the lisxely on this lint less than two Meek prior to the ami salt them generously. Kach morn-- ' Announce, tlalu ut fur the ceremony. Ing ns )oii mil your fresh supply push j ments, of course, nro never mailed unthe others nsl.le. When jou nre per ' til lifter the linrrlage has taken pi aca feclly (ertahi that the old ones nre dr Tho lecelpt of an Imitation to n wedding lorcptlon, homo 'wedding or wed- place them III u covered Jur or ilLsIi, sprinkling them again with sulk Ti ding nt n hotel demands an Immediate a Utile each day fur nhouti answer, but n wedding announcement them two weeks. requires no ncknou Icdginent. If ymi ileslru sou can ndd other flow-(Juestlniis nro often asked concernem, Midi as violets, hyacinths, hnney ing the etbpiette of the wedding Invitation. "Itispiests the pleasure of suckles, verbena or iuy highly scouted Drj and culured. jour compauy" Is the must cordial to n home wedding, when n Mix sparingly with your rosy petals reception follows the ceremony Hut ufter all are reudy fur receptacle. lu tho case of n church wedding tho The color In these different blooms adds n bright note to the finished form "requests tho honor of your presi ence" Is Used. ' cildllig decs not tnko After jou have supplied yourself When the ' place at the bride's home a reply card with stitllclent dried leaves secure n I large, tightly covered Jar. A regulamay Is) Inclosed, Indicating the address to which replies nre to be sent. tion gallon fruit Jar will answer for Another form Is to engrave tho homo tho llrst mixing, l'lace In the bottom nildress nt lhu left hand corner of the of tho Jar about two ounces of broken clnnnmon stick, two ounce of whole Imllntlon. A third form of Indicating the nil- - allspice, a tcnsinwiiful of grated dry MOTIIKIfS I'UIDIl orango isx'l and the same amount of , dress Is to eugrnve or emlKiss It uion dry lemon peel; ndd nbout ten whole the tlap of the oil I side cnu'lo;'. fetching small gown Ii made of rtil. white anil Mark plalil gingham When the bride has no parent or cloves, nil the Jnr with nltcrnnto laywith n Lilt skirt nml high belt. (Julio tin-- most ladylike, giovrnup r relallii-- s usldlng announcements er of the (n'tnls and salt. Cover and proud part of It, however. I ttiu platted, ptcotod Mil of whit organdie, collar and cuffs ami the little buttoned vestee of white Tola nre oficn hucd by thu bride and groom allow to stand for ut least a mouth, then lrepare your iierfuincs. personally. auodcl U easily copied. You cmi purchiihe nt nny druggist's The oguo for using paper that is MODISH IIAIME.NT. paneled fur wedding Invitation and or novelty storo lavender flowers. You will need two pnckagcs'of these for a .Mod-irgnbcM'.Inc cut with a pointed peplum embroidered In a IIITM cotton uiiuoiuiciuicnts still continues. o (Jn-cHuman letters, okl l.ugllsli nnd tho gallon of petals. Ilo very certain that pattern nm' c simple wnlst finished V necked nnd rcvers Is Trim the Children's You enn tell by the O YOUR RIDING HADIT. various combinations ami uiodltlca-iluu- s they aro fresh. the base of tills trim ou tilt What sets It off Ls the smart little Jacket odor, and never risk even a slight 0 of those- are shown fur the moru of king's blue t.iffera, also tluMied lu poults, closed with one button Clothes With Daisy Lace dam-ago said Hint the realty It linn id trimmed with six. TIm turlmn has blue straw rosettes to coutrast with tba exclusive wisldlng Invitations, for they doubt, as lavender can do much If not selected carefully. Mix with te'ti taffeta poraMil, o iK'autlful woman always looks are more expensive, but n medium two ounce of ground cloven, O her Ix'it In a rldliig linl.lt. It Abbrev lallnns: Oh., clinln; Ac, double heavy eiigtaved Kngllsh script Is nl-- these nnd ono ounce of shredded oro certainly n grent test of good ways In good tasie nml fultllls ull tho tr., treble. Banana CroquMto Salad. Coosebtrry Preiarvs. ris O looks, fur. Ning tlio mint scu-reTnke fnt led bananns, strip off the Comnteuoe with sullUicnt chain fur rcipilrcmmts of n kuiart Invitation. Toko equal quantities of sugar and You will require another nlr tight Jar O ly simple uf tailored garments. It outside skin anil cut a way, too, tho gooseberries that are nearly ripe. Make the length of liuv ieiiilreil nml work to pnek tho comhliintlon nwuy to ripen o Is nnturnlly the must cvnctlng In TAKE CARE OF THE HAIR. I tr. Into the eighth chain from (ho This Jar can bo used for all your stock outer coating of the bnnnun. Cut In a sirup of the sugar and as little waO Itn demands Um maker nml mid roll lu crushed pea- ter as possible. Add the fruit and boll In trade, a uddlug other dried lenves half crossw hook, - ch., miss two clialn, 1 tr. Into O nearer alike. of Tlin I'lared on a bed of slowly uutll the bcrrle begin to turn. of tlmu will not do any nut cr wnluuts. next; rcix-n- t from to end nml fasten Thk Vslu of Sun Oaths For th nfter u O In every iletnll of Its Scalp. lettuce leaves they look like delicately Tho sirup should bo very thick when harm. off. O cut nml finish ls therefule of tho And now you can spend u much or browned cioquette.s. Put a liberal turned over fruit after It ha been The hair needs greater enro during Second Itovv.Work 1 d.c. Into tint O utmost linirtniK'e. ami It Is not summer mouths than at any other a iiuio on mo on or uower ns suits supply of lemon lu tho Trench dress-lu- skimmed out and placed lu a Jar. Cur-- ; hole on urtp. Now commence n ring, the O enough thnt It hIiimiM merely 111 year. Tho reason fur this your fancy or pocketbook. and lay on thu lettuce leaves. rants so prepand are good. time of the However. II ch., turn. 1 d.c Into the eighth chain is Mmpto. During the warm month O tln-llie perfect, fur Its kllcci-s- s should )ou choosy n little oil of rose ch., turn, und Into this from hook, o can only l comilete If every verbciiu or nuy favorite Ihu mcrugo woman ks out of door a gernnlum, I ch., nuall ring work II tr.. O other Hem of the horcwouinii' SvMSAVSWkSt good deal mure than during cold weatli-- scout It will lie nil that Is necessary to to top of last (rihle mmle. Ink- - r, nml coro equipment Is absolutely nml her scalp Is excised to dust und uiuke It delightful nnd nut ndd greatO risqiindlngly correct. The smallI dirt mure fieipieutly than nt any other ly to the expense. It la well to take o iKt mistake of nny kind is fntnl nbout n pint of the dried petal nnd Often she goo O to the general efTisi. The urset, Ing mid to tho limit of your purso strings whin playing golf or tennis, nllow j o mi ln Wllile Imt extremely tin tho sun's rays uut only to bake, but to oils of many kinds. This may bo term-ci"yeast," und In each package place o iHirtnnt factor In the successful scorch the delicate libers of her hair. ifi O cuvmlilc. miixt imt only Insure This results lu a Lrltth'. bleaclwsl coif- a little of thl mixture to give the o freedom of niiemeiit, but.mut fure nt tho end of the bUimuer, a head whole n tuns. This is but a tuntter o' o N' liumni'iilntely cut to reveal that Ls iiiij thing but lowly to look choice, us the regular given spices with ono or tvvu oil will Is-- most satisfacUKI1. O the shns-llines of the hntilt. tory. VMS While warm weather ls decidedly o which must lit like the turner run rimer woiik Everything I now ready for the per. disastrous to the condition of the scalp, o Mnl glove. Then correctness In C tip two thniuls of the trelile, 11 tr. If extra care Is nut given the hair, this tnanent rs.'eptncK isprlnkle a layer o nml good mI lo In cut nml genacross the chain season of tho year ls exceedingly Into ring. of petals nnd n layer of tho spice, n O ernl scheme lire of fiijirrino nml - drops Into the tup of the llrt trehle to clme of oil of rofs; geranium mid If n few precautions nre taken. fewo subtle ImtHirtnnce. Children's the rim;. U h., miss olio hole on tho It dues the sculp n world of good'to bo n lajcr of salt. Alternate until tho Jar O habits me nmih' with equal Hire holes, 1 d.c. Into given freiiueut sun und nlr baths, but M lllled, then pour over tlio wholo n foiimhitliMi leiii:tli of o nml precision with those of their licit hole, 7 eh., turn, de. Inlu MUli these bath should nut bo given Indis- pint of good cologno water, the best O chirrs, uml the new habit that Irehlo ut aide of rlntf, T ch., criminately, with no limit fur their du. you can purchase, nnd you nro ready O are made the popular tiding lulu tho fourth ilinln from wU to ration. A frequent small doso of sun- to seal. He certain that your O imtrlile Hint most ehllilren lire Is nlr tight. Allow It to remain form a plcut, " eh., turn I d.e. Into shine nml nlr ls excellent. Illg dose o (aught nowadays nn purtlctilnrfourth chain of first hxip of nt (hM Intervals do more harm thnn unopened fur six weeks. At that time 0 ly delightful, with the trimmest you can ndd mure dried iH'tal should chain, II eh iiiUm one hole on foundagood. o of inula mill l'or tion, d.c. Into next, II ch. to comLet the iti r hang down tho back nnd you think the mixture too pungent o grownup wearer theie Is n new mence the next rlnis, turn, 1 d.c. Into Kit on the porch In the sun for half nn 0 Ingenious skirt for riding nstrldo 4- eluhtli chain from hook, turn, 1 ch.. hour, lifting It strand by strand so that o that Is Instantly nml easily (I tr. Into ring, hllpxtttch to tho fourth tho nlr tuny play through It. If you o mlai'tnlile for walking nlsi. pon-u window luto use chain have no front chain of the last loop of LINGERIE ORCSSES. r made, tr. Into ring; nml repeat from which the sun shines. A sun buth o' half nn hour u day U sulllcleut. Hut nil uloiiK. AVhlto net lelng used for ! Tor the lMuc-In- to the plcot at top do not sit hours on the sand with the lingerie dresses this season. Tho at the end of llrst rlus woilt I dc, 5 ch., 1 d.c; head iiuciiH'ied nml To Wilh Oroandik. washable white net ls selected, I.I..I, Illnl rr.n....lT.. l'.,t.l flltll .,... repent from ... ilie times; I ch., d.c. of the summer to have jour hair la nnd when tho pretty frock ls 4- "iihii lulo the miinll plcot l.elweeii tho rings, good condition. It will be baked to a aheer. dues imt need heavy tdarcliliu:, soiled It nuiy be sent to the laun- frazzle, drj, brittle and ug'y. nml It Is in'rlinps In'tler to do nil tho I ch.; nml repeat from commencement drj- - nloug with white dimity nud BtltTenlui; of tliU material Willi cum of row lawn costumw. These white net Fish Flaka Omelot. iirnhtc. dresses nre rather simply made, ! Heat four eggs seasoned with n half Thk Child's Canl.n. of prepared Add two with ruHled skirt or full, gath- tcasponnful each of salt nud paprika Iluy n hlril hotn-or two fur lhu uruble water to n uunit of luke ereil skltt.s tucked In groups. garden. Ily wntchliiK the I until white nud yolk nro well mixed. warm water nnd dip tho orsnmllo nfM child's Shirtings nro lovely In net but (.1.1 on,- - .if.l..o. ....... ..!.. ..r .....1 - tt.,11 f. who occupy It from ii.'M they do not launder very sntls- crii uni necu uiiisj iiuo 11113. nllow llllk chnncoto luhnhllnntswill hecomo fnmlllar n can of llsli Hake picked lui....... with bits to jear ho n tllit roll and Inlu jenr factorlly. Neither do net plait- of dry. lime ready nil ntomlier with lilrds, for hla Interest In one pair a silver fork, licit n Bet partly lugs. So It la best to use narrow : butter lu a frying pan und turn lu the coutnliilui; lukewarm water, nml with will lead to nn Interest In nil lilrds. wlilte laco or frlllinl footing ns n rerhups nirliiterestlin: Iniok or two Ihh mixture. Shako the pan back am IhU ntomlru tlio outnldo of tho roll, trliuiiilng on bodices nud sleeves, v on toi the hot stove lid, tipping w'hlch will ho drier thnn tho IiikIiKi. will ut Iniula to tho child's deslro to gar. forth Snap fastrneiM close such n ! '10 ilciu There nro children's bird books the pan tueuiiwhllo to let the uncooked Iron the Marched oreniidla frock Invisibly, nnd usually there ! mixture down upon tho pan. When and giinlcnlng books nnd simple guides wrong tldo in far n posnlhlo. Is n slip of necordlou plaited of nil aorta. Then theie are botnuy the egg Is nearly set roll tho omelet daphne silk or of pussy willow- nud turn on to a hot plate. books, fascliiatliig when niastered lu taffeta to go uiidcrueatlL Such For Your Veranda. tho open, but rather diy work to most n frock may be worn ut u very SKadkd Ostrich Doas. A now flower stand for either tho children Indoors. : Informal iiftcrniKiii affair or window or tho imrcli linn tho usuiil Ions In order to stimulate the Interest lu AT TUB IIAI.Ii GAME. Let tho'ihlld luno poskesslou of tho with n handsome sash, tinted h Iwx klinpo on lilfili mipporls with n trel- feathery neck trimmings, tho manufaclowfruits of his pussy willow lining nml dainty Huffed, tucked, rutllcd, painted and ap. hlch vines may . sqiinro. pngoda-llko- . turers lire uuvr putting out shaded osHi nt tho hack on w.... .. ... ers or fruits, whatever they are. It Ii i. ....i. sllpi"ers-- nt tho fore. Thl one, u formal evening af- waist trich boaa, very long ami Huffy. Ilcgln-nlnKrow, lorniiUK mi minimi u PARASOLS are all to Is ixiugco In natural worn with a slmplo shirtorange u mistake lo give a child nnythlng, tono, with black, burnt hat, filr In summer. Tho wholo Is pnlntiHl wltU with n faint color at ono end. It even a raspberry bush, unless tho gift gradually deepens until purple buttcrtlle appllqued on tho section. Sparrows, floppies and l nud better If nt the other it whllo I'liumcl, or It tuny Is frco mid complete. ! parrots are also objects of decoration. Is of deepest hue. r clrcii a green cont. NOT IT I I 111 i tln-.s- I ASSIGNEE SALE. By virtue of a deed of assignment. and under an order of the Garrard Cir cuit Couit. the undersigned will, on the 28tii DAY of AUGUST 191G about the l.our of 11 o'clock A. M , sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, before the Court House dcor in the city of Lancaster Garrard County Kentucky, on a credit of six and twelve months, the following described piopertv. Located In the City of Lancaster. Garrard County Kentucky, on the west side of stanluru street and bounded as THIS ni-i- i uoooooooooooooooo - 1 I - . t I -e I 1 slip-stitc- i - Giddy Parasols Are All l the Rage Just Now ir - ts?ne-llcl- 1 fr rvecp-tucl- - hris-che- 1 I o'ooooooooooooooooo . 1 esrt 1 j 5 follows: Lot No. 4 and 5 beeinnim? at a stake in the middle of Stanford street, thence with the middle of same N 2) E C poles, to a stake, thence N 85W27.3G poles, to a stake corner to lot No. 4, thence S 23 W 6 poles to a stake, thence . S 83 E 27.40 iiolea to the beginning;, containing 1 acre and 4 pole. Lot ISO. u heginning In the center of Stanford street, thence N 85 W 29 poles to a stake corner to lot No. 5, thence S 2 W 01 poles to Ashley, a staxe on William Wherrita line, (now Gills) S 87 E 10. 1C poles, to Ashley (now Davis and Joseph) thence their line 2J E 6 poles to the beginning-- , containing 1 acre I rou anu Jo poles. Also another lot or parcel of land in said town of Lancaster Kentucky, being the residue of lot purchased by W. M. Kerby of John Logan nnd others, by deed dated March 0, 1882 and on record in the Garrard County Clerks office and conveyed to said Kerby after hiving ld a portion thereof to Thomas Carrell adjoining Kinnaird andGill, and lots 5 nnd 0 herein before conveyed, all of said land is in one body nnd the Assig nee will first oiler said land in two tracts, the one including the house und garden nml described as follows;a line commencing at north corner of residence lot on Stanford street, and running back west with said line to the west line of said lot, thence N to the line of Mrs West, her corner, thence east to the corner of this lot. with Mr. West, thence north to the beginning. The othir tract described as follows, adjoins the foregoing boundary on the north, Stanford street on the west, on the south by Ramey and Gill Heirs, and westtothweslern boundary of said lot. A passvvay to ho made by the owners of both lots, is adjudged along the line of these lots, und between these two lots, 12 feet wide. The Assignee will offer said Lots separately and then as n whole and accept tho bid or bids that bring the most money. The purchaser will be required to execute bond with good surety, bearing interest ut the rate of six per cent from dite until paid. Mid a lien will be retained ns Additional security upon the said lots. This the 1st day of August 19IC. U JAS. A. IlIIAZLEY, Assignee of Adu Klnnuird. St. Too Fast for Her. little girl from ti more leisurely part of the country was walking with her mother along that part of II roadway which skirts tho Woolworth building. It was tho noon hour, nnd the crowd vvns out and In rapid motion. Tho air was strong and gusts of It scurried past as they do lu that vicinity. "I don't like New York, mother," said tho llttlo girl. "Ever thing Is lu such a hurry even tlio A gntdcn-vcgctub- lcs, wind." Our Diet One fundamental principle Is that he diet, considered for uny reasouuble .ength of time, must supply a great variety of chemical substances com-olne- d fur the In different wuys 'structural" need ot the body, and also must supply It with energy-yieldin- g substances with which It may perform luternal nud external work. It seems apparent thnt u .varied diet, generous lu amount. Is reasonably more likely to meet the body need than one restricted or uuvarytug ta its make-u- p or scunt lu quantity. g The Central Record $1.00 Per Year In Advance. Lancaster, - Kentucky. 8ha Scorned Pity. Nothing was more remarkable about the wonderful blind hymn writer, Fnn-nj- r Crosby, than the way In which aha refused to be pitied. If a caller start ed to express hla sympathy In her a miction, she laughed at him. "Why,' bless your soul," she would say, "I am the happiest woman alive I My sightlessness has brought roe unnumbered blessings. If It had not been for that, I should not have written tny hymns." Train tha .Cuticle. If tho hands aro not good and the nails badly shaped try to Improve the latter by training the cuticle. Hvery night soak the fingers In hot water fot live minutes. Then with un orange-woostick press back the cuticle ta lengthen the nails. Afterword rub In cold cream. Do not omit this or the soaking will make thu cuticle vcij dry. d Preparedness. He Was Impressed. Young Aldrtch wu waiting In the "Was the sermon toduy to your likpurlor for Ids loved one to uppear, ing, Johnt" Inquired the pastor. sir. It was n graud sermon," said when her small brother cume lu und "Well. Chester," said John, with geuulue ndiulratiou. "What took a seat. part seemed to take hold of you!" Aldrlch, "what did your sister say "Well, now since you ask tue, til tell when you told her I was wultlngt" you. What took hold of me most was "Why, she dldu't say nothing," reyour perseveruuee tho way you weut plied the small brother. "She Just took a ring off one finger an' put It over tho same thing ugaln uud ugalu on another." life. and again." Christian Ileruld. "Iu-dee- The Central Record, Thursday Aug 10 1 19 Id. I m a A a aASiaia .1.. I mm Why Depend on Somebody Else Universal Military Service Can Be Effected in United States Without Trace of Militarism or Departure from Ideals Br MAJ. GEN. LEONARD WOOD ComBtaorf DeptitmcDt of the Etst, United States Array Buying Aeroplanes for Peace Battles Won in the Factories Organization of Industrial Forces Vital (o Preparedness, Points Out Howard E. Coffin of Naval Consult ing Board Dy DAVID TUNNECUFFE j FARMER'S COLUMN Ittl ' , IBrm People of United States arc Seeking Protection from Possible Dangers by Raising Big Fund From Popular Subscriptions tjyv Bf HENRY WOODHOUSE, Cotemci el Ai Club of America QMMtlSH'IH I hfllti(M lot Ilia ritln- txlu n.1 li ii, uta otonr f.rmer ut.ierltwr.. limit, tor on lh ilf ol .lock, im Hint .. . ntiti,tl alfnr.1 It. - m lour Hit. No nolle "111 I" Imim ol Ihi llnti. itnl IM rronn, trerntfliix LOS- T- lletween Nina and Lowell, a Ilewnrd if left Ht Hill Kood rnror. H. I., l.ayton. Whitnkcrs. l"'''rt '" ep1 Tho military systems of Switzerland and Austria appeal to mo very strongly as models wliich wo could follow to our advantage in all which pertains to military training. Switzerland has had her system in operation long enough to make its application general, and as a result, while a peaceful, orderly country, she stands nlirnva rtinAir tn ilnfntiil lirtf. tir1ita on.1 n mmhl lint. ritory. blie is absolutely tree Irom all indication or militarism, as ordinarily understood, and yet every man in Switzerland who is physically fit has received a H llllinL: 1111(1 uu LllkVtllv SUilll.lt.llb U111UU1IV Ul fcldllllll ana cmcieni soiuicr; uuu mis nas scrveu to ueneut anu upuu me peopio is conclusively shown by her low criminal rate, wliich is only a fraction of ours, and by the admitted conservatism of her people, their . . . vvii- uuuiit-- , unit juiii iuti?m uuu mill iiffj'wi iui lilt; iiiiio ti uihvib trnst her position of today with that of another small European country, which, unlike her, had not made duo preparation. In both Switzerland and Austria a large amount of instruction is given through public schools or during the school period of tho youth so much, indeed, that only two or three months of intensive training in camp arc necessary to complete training of the soldier. The officers tako a longer and more intensive course, but the system in both countries is worked out so that there is practically no interference with tho industrial or educational careers of those under training. There has been little or no interest in this country in tliis great que tion of military training. There has been a general haphazard policy and a blind dependence upon volunteers; in other words, a dependence upon someone else doii.g one's work. It is an illogical system. There is no reason why one group of the population should assume that another group is going to voluntarily perform their military duties. The obligation to military service is universal. It is a tax upon which all others depend, and a nation which fails to recognize this prepares its own downfall. This general training can all be effected as has been done in Switzerland and Austria without a trace of militarism, without any departure from ideals, and with a great resulting improvement in the morale, physique and character of our . ( ... ....... tar-abidi- I boys is principally of a calisthenic character. Later they pass to rifle shooting and military formations. The final finish is put upon them in training at the camps which immediately precede their entry into the first line of tho country's defense. You must not think that war is one of the great destroyers of human life. It does take many lives, but it is among the lesser causes of loss of life. Our industrial casualties of oU kinds amount to something over 450,000 a year. Of these, about 78,000 or 79,000 result fatally a loss rather exceeding the average loss of life of two years of the Civil war. Most of these accidents are preventable. The public interest in is not sufficiently keen to insist on adequate legislation to this end. Tho losses in tho war are more dramatic, more startling, but the lives lost in work in the struggle for existence exceed them vastly in number every-da- y and run on without ceasing during both peace and war. The following is a littlo illustration of tho case of our own country, namely, in ten peaceful Fourths of July (the last July 4, 1910), approximately 1,800 persons were killed and something over 35,000 wounded in celebrating the success of a war which ended nearly 130 years before. Tho number killed equals the number killed in battle or who died of wounds n in the war, tho Philippine rebellion and tho Indian wars of a number of years preceding. Tho wounded of these ten peaceful days aggregate seven and a half times the wounded of all these wars. I tell you these things not to prove that war is any less dreadful, or that you should strive less to avoid it, but simply to present to you the truth with reference to the causes wliich bring about the loss of life. Do not give up your ideals. Strive for universal peace, but while striving do not forget the conditions under which you are living, and, however much you may hope to obtain a condition of world peace, remember that there is no evidence of it today and that if life-saviSpanish-America- youth. In Switzerland and Austria the training of young we want to preserve the institutions which have been handed down to us we must be ready to defend them. All Force Not Immoral! J There are, of course, persons who believe all force is immoral; that it is immoral to resist wrongdoing by force. I have never taken much interest in individuals who profess this kind of morality; and I do not know the extent to which they practically apply it. But, of course, if they ere right in the theory, then it is wrong for a man to endeavor by force to save his wife or sister or daughter from rape or other abuse, or to savo his children from abduction and torture. It is a waste of time to discuss with any man a position of such folly, wickedness and poltroonery. THEODORE ROOSEVELT. The Nation That Can't Resist All must admit the importance of an effective navy to a nation liko ours, having such an extensive seacoast to protect. The nation tluit cannot resist aggression is constantly exposed to it. Its foreign policy is, of necessity, weak and its negotiations are conducted with disadvantage because it is not in condition to enforce tho terms dictated by its scn6o of GHOVElt CLEVELAND. right and justice. The Exhaustion of Europe Europe will be poorer after this war, but she will have at tho close, of the war millions of highly trained veteran warriors, and in theso armies there is menace to the United Stutes. It was becauso tho United States had a million veterans at the close of the Civil war that Maximilian's dream of an empire in Mexico was suddenly dispelled. Wo expelled an invader then without even making a demonstration, becauso France knew that we had veteran soldiers with which to enforce our demands. Conference Committee on National Preparedness. Ten thousand starring British troops besieged by tho In nil of the work to prepare tin; nation against Turks In Mesopotamia wcro fed recently by six aeroplanes to war most attention has hcen given to the nnny and belonging to tho relief expedition, which carried 1S.S00 opinion lias prevailed that if we jrt the navy, for the pounds of food to tho besieged many days boforo tho relieving expedition got within communicating distance legislation providing a larger nnny and a hirger navy Ik- - complete. thero wcro only six aeroplanes and they could our policy of insurance. against war would not carry sufficient provisions for men and beasts, thcreforo they have found that it take nt lenit Hut over in liurope tho 10,000 soldiers bad to surrender with relief In sight! This lesson makes us bellovo what Earl Kitchener three men working at top sptrd at homo to Keep one motor-ca- r meant when ho said that An aviator Is worth an army at the front, and Howard V.. Collin, the corps. of the naval consulting board, debuilder, a member Appreciating tho valuo of the aeroplane. Just before navy, tho outbreak of tho European war tho peoplo of Franco clares that, even with n large army nnd a large by a popular subscription participated In by United States will be wholly unprepared uhicm ii b. coffin. n. wooDiiousn. en of all classes, raised G.1H.S16 francs formen and wom tho purchaso industrial force nations of thu world know that back of them the 0f aeroplanes and tho training of aviators. This spontaneous action was To bring about that Male taken becauso tho government had failed to provldo adequate neroplano equip- - of the nation arc orgnniz.tl and h8 ment .for nUhoush the utility of the neroplano had " of tremcmlou size, for, contrary t.. popular notions, ben demonstrated In tho military maneuvers. Had tho French people not of efficiency is a taskto servo the guns of any country ith shells in quantidone so tho French republic might today be In Its last throes, for without we nre not prepared aeroplanes In goodly numbers. Franco would have had a blind army. Tho ties that arc really important. No American shell, it is said, has yet been popular subscription gavo France 20$ aeroplanes, 62 landing stations, nnd Kngland fired from n French gun, and only HI per cent of the ammunition 75 trained aviators. Tho Interest created by the subscription led to thn Imopinion that we by the government of its aeronautical needs with tho has used has come from this country. So the prevalent mediate consideration rosult that In April, 1914, the French army had 1,200 aeroplanes nnd 23 are funii;!iing the munitions of war for the allies is mischievously misdirigibles. Germany In 1912 also had a popular subscription for this pur leading. pose and raised 2,231,506 marks, and tho general Interest which attended tho "Eighty per cent of the industries of Europe aro working day and creation and disbursement of this fund caused the government to provldo $35,000,000 for aeronautics. nicht on the production of material for the fighting line," Mid Mr. In tho National Aeroplane Fund the people of tho United States aro dothen' Collin. 'These materials aro practically all for the armies, ing what tho peoplo of Franco did, for the government of this republic like o you can have been few naval engagements and ery little wntage. that of tho French republic, has failed to make adequate provision for tho aeronautic needs of the army nnd the navy, though gravo dangers threaten say that SO per cent of the industries in Europe aro working on munitions tho nation. In the last twclvo months thero has been given to tho National that in cue we are for the armies. Now, we have no nam to Aeroplane Fund about $500,000 In sums ranging from $1 to $10,000 and with drawn into anv future war in caw we aro really honest in our desire that these subscriptions tho officers of the Aero Club of America have been able that we can count on uny other condition in tin to provldo aeronautic equipment and pay for tho training of officers for we shall be prepared the National Guard and the naval militia of 35 states. country than that existing abroad. In short, we must be prepared to proIn tho earlier days of this natlou some residents living far Inland duce faster and in greater quantity the arms nnd munitions of war than In terms thought of war AEROPLANE HAS PUT EVERY CTY AND , bomDar(lmpnt bJ, lho acr. can any other nation or any other two nations which mmht attack v. HAMLET ON FIRING LINE. changeJ , oplano "Wc have in this country manufacturing and producing resources science of war that every city and hamlet Is now In reality on tho firing lino. If we have In the present war dirigibles have made trips of 1,000 miles to hurl down tons greater than those of any two countries in the world. of bombs on tho noncombatants of peaceful cities, which by reason of distance these resources so organized through an educational campaign and Isolation would have been absolutely safe before the development of tho cheapest kind of preparedness aeroplane. Now tho only effectual protection against aerial attacks Is with the safest and at the same time the aeroplanes flown and officered by picked men of great skill and even greater we can have so that half, or in some important lines more than daring; hence tho necessity of thousands of aeroplanes with dependable avihalf, of the industrial equipment and resources of the world can ators for the protection of this nation with its Immense coastline and undestep in behind our army and navy, we might term it the greatest fended Inland cities. insurance against war this country could possibly have. The money raised by the National Aeroplane Fund Is used in tho purchase of aeroplanes which are presented to the mllltla or to tho naval militia "In the production of any war material, such as ritlc or shell, r.nd In paying for the training at aviation centers of members of these two for instance, there are certain gauge necessary, measuring tools and arms of dofense. In ten months since the National Aeroplane Fund was instituted by gauges for sizing different parts, etc. Thro are being made in large part the Aero Club of America, aviation detachments, or stations of the aero by three concerns which nre manufacturing nearly all the gauges for the coast patrol system, have been established as follows: statement, of course, and thero are some smaller In New York, In connection with tho aviation sections of tho National country. This is a general concerns. The skilled labor employed on this work is specialized la!or. It Guard, and the first and second battalions of the naval mllltla, each of which has been presented with aeroplanes through the National Aeroplane Fund: has been on this work for years, and could not Iks replaced in a long period and In Buffalo, under the auspices of the mllltla and the Aero club of of time because gauge making is a craft which lias grown up with these Buffalo, which has raised $10,000 for this purpose. concerns." In Maine, under the auspices of the mllltla and the chamber of commerce of Portland, which has raised $10,000 for the first station. "Could not our industries quickly adapt themselves to turn out war In Rhode Island, under the auspices of the mllltla. $25,000 having already material?" I asked. been subscribed. "If," Mr. Coffin continued, "we should place an order in this country In New Jersey, under the auspices of the mllltla, a hydroaeroplane and training for officers having been presented. for 200,000 shells per day throughout the range needed in our general In Massachusetts, under the auspices of the mllltla and the Aero club seventeen sizes these concerns have computed the of New England, Messrs. Godfrey U Cabot, Charles Fearing, Norman Cabot operations some y and other prominent Bostonlans have acquired two powerful aeroplanes and exjK'nses and time required for the production of such gauges in the an additional fund of $10,000 Is being raised. The Burgess company has also quantity. They have figured that it would require from seventeen to put its own station at the disposal of the mllltla. twenty million dollars invested in the gauges themselves, and tliat it would In Michigan, under the auspices of the mllltla and the Aero club of Michirequire five years for their valuable equipment, working continuously, to gan, which is raising a fund' that already amounts to $12,000. In California, under the auspices of the mllltla and tho Aeronautical so- produce the necessary quantities of such gauges ; also from actual expericiety, an aeroplane having been presented recently by Olenn U Martin, and estimated the length of time such gauges could bo used a fund close to $2,000 having been contributed to the National Aeroplane ence they have !cfore being replaced. After three thousand to ten thousand gauging Fund. In Illinois, under the auspices of the mllltla, (he Aero club of Illinois and with an instrument of the accuracy required for this work, it meanc that the W. II. Cochrane syndicate of Chicago. either the surface must be renewed or the whole gauge scraped, bivauo In Virginia, under the auspices of the mllltla, a $10,000 fund being raised for the purpose, halt of which has already been subscribed. Tho Atlantic limits of perhaps a quarter of a thousandth of an inch cannot U maincoast aeronautical station, located at Newport News, has also put Its facilitained on account of wear. This is one instance of what preparedness ties at the disposal of tho mllltla. means if wc arc honest about it and really want it. In Colorado, under the auspices of the mllltla and the Colorado Aero "Let me go back now to this question of how to standardize our club, a $100,000 fund Is being raised. In Missouri, under tho auspices of tho mllltla, the Aero Club of Kansas munition methods and of how we may best utilize the American Industrie City and tho Missouri Aeronautical society, which Is raising a fund of lifdiiml nur fmlitinr line. Aa I linve s:iiil. nmt SO imt ri'fit nf tin nrrw $20,000 for that purpose. ducing equipment of foreign countries is now working in the scnico of In Iowa, under tho auspices of tho mllltla and the Aero Club of Iowa, The Grlnnell Aeroplane company the armies. Ihrough our observation of these conditions during the past $10,000 having been raised by the latter. of Grlnnell has offered facilities for a station. we have been forced to rovite nearly nil our ideas of modem warfare. In Pennsylvania, under the auspices of the mllltla and the Aero Club of year Pennsylvania, two members of which, Messrs. Robert Glcndinnlng and I am not speaking for the navy and army ollicers, because they miut have Clarke Thomson, will contribute the use of tbelr flying boats for thla pur- known in some degree what was coming. Hut the manufacturers of this pose. country have at last, through observation of foreign happening, come to In Washington (state), under the auspices of the mllltla and the Aero . n9 thn V'n,lni...t Ihn 'i ii i ti n r u nf nt.lfh will Innn tlin nan nf tfirA aorn. have some realization of the changed conditions of warfare. pIancs for (jpla purp0se. "We have felt heretofore that with a big army and navy we In Washington, D. C. under tho auspices or the mllltla, the national would surely be well prepared. We have now found that with a big aerial coast patrol commission and other organizations. In Nebraska, under the auspices of tho National Guard. army and navy we may be in a worse position than without them, Officers from tho following states aro receiving training in aviation, or may be even yet in a position where some of the pacifists would OFFICERS FROM MANY STATES RECEIVE have us. With a big army and navy we might try to run some bluff TRAINING IN AVIATION. Fund: Arkansas, Cullforula, which would be called, and when the showdown came we would Colorado, Connecticut, District of Columbia, Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky, Mln ncsota, Mississippi, Nebraska, Now Hampshire, New Jersey, Now Mexico, New find that the army and navy were merely the first breaker, and that behind the lines we had nothing to back them up. York, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Wyoming. This Is "Industrial preparedness in this country," continued Mr. Collin, but tho first step In tho formation of aviation sections In theso states. "means we shall have to bo so prepared through an educational iiolicy that The project to establish a chain of aerial coast defense stations along the Atlantic, Gulf and Pacific coasts, at Intervals of lOOatnllcs, was fostered. our industries will be in a position within a month or two months or thnv system of coast defense has been Indorsed by President Wil- months, as tho caso may be, to swing from their regular lines of producThis son, Secretary of War Garrison, Secretary of tljo Navy Daniels, and by tho tion on to tho production of the munitions required for military purposes, aeroplanes will bo needleading authorities on national defense. Forty-fou- r nnd go on without delay with such deliveries as will keep our fighting lines ed to properly patrol all our coasts, and these, with tho radio Installation, receiving stations, hangars and other equipment, will cost about $500,000 less supplied." submarine than tho price of a Aviators and aeroplanes wcro provided at the expense of tho National Acroplano Fund for the maneuvers of the militia of tho states of Now York, The Nonproducers Pennsylvania and Vermont. Thus, for the first tlmo In history, they were enabled to maneuver under conditions closely approximating modern warfare, A favorito argument of the antimilitarist is that the nation loses In which aircraft Is a deciding factor. Tho purpose of the National Aeroplane Fund Is to promote peace to much becauso the soldier is a uonproducer. This argument, however, is strong defensive position that no other nation place tho nation in such a sounder than is that of tho 'burden' of military expenditure. will hazard tho chance of attacking us if in addition to our defenses, wo no term. If it means all thoso who are not actud ha have a great fleet ot aeroplanes. That, and the fact that oven such small nations as Bulgaria, Roumanla, Spain and Switzerland outstrip us In aero- ally growing or manufacturing eomo article, then we must include minnautic equipment Bulgaria for Instance, has over 300 aeroplanes while isters, teachers, lawyers, bankers, merchants, and certainly those engaged we liavo about thirty. That la the reason why so many ladles with the Intuition and the gen- in all sorts of insurance, in which case the fact that a soldier docs, not conerosity of tho (ex have made sacrifices to add to the funJ. 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