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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 17, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916081701_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 17, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELMlOh, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACi AND GOOD (WVERNMEN7. TWENTY SKVENTII YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. AUGUST 17. 1916. Hand Us That $. We 3cll otil papers cheap. NUMBER 20. Coke STANFORD FAIR NEXT TO THE GARRARD For Sale WEEK I Tim premium list for the Stanford Fair is out and contains some premiums Our Hour l guaranteed to please you which will naturally bring nut tlit stock Lniicatter nnd Garrard county will fur- or money hack. Hudson, Hughe & Farnau. nish their share of the crowd, point to the label on MAKES GOOD If this AT your paper your subscription has ex- pired and oii will be discontinued un PERRYVILLE FAIR. less w hear from vou. Lady Preston who Is owned by Joe IV New crop Crimson Clover seed, red Wheeler, has been in the hands of Mr, clover, timothy, Ky Blue Grass rcclean- Mac Hughes of Danville for tho pat ed or from the (tripper. week, won two 1st prizes at I'errvville, Hudson, Hughes & Farnau She ia said to be one of the best 3 year old mare in the county and will be PIN FOUND shown next week at Stanford Fair. The diamond pin advertised In our last issue, was found by Mr. Arch BUENA VISTA Stevens on the Crab Orchard pike, the Wednesday after It was lost following PROPERTY SELLS. The pin was the property of Mrs. S. W, Tho home place and carriage shop of Fife, of Winchester and she promptly paid Mr. Stevens the reward of $25.00. J. h. Scott, which he has been advertising in the Record .for several weeks, was sold a few days ago to GOOD JUDGE OF STOCK. U M. ltallard and Son, ot Shnkertown, Mr. 11. G. Fox, of Danville, left this possession to be given Decembet 30th week for the Columbia Fair where he next. This is one of the best es will judge the stock, having been tablished stands in the county, Mr. selected by the unanimous choice of Scott having been in business at this lo the directors. The association will use cation for the past 28 years. His the one judge system, which is the only friends are hoping that he will not proper system, and they could not have leave the county, bnt will eventually made a better choice when they chose locate permanently. Mr. Fox. Northern and Homo Grown rocleaned lludon, Hughes & Farnau seed rje. COUNTY I DEMOCRATS. Coke best for Tobacco curing. IIudnn. Hughes & Farnau, FINE MULi:S n Home Water Sup- ply System. 3 Let us give you prices on a Bath Room and Water System Haselden Lancaster. - Bros., I HOME STREET FAIR. On Friday evening August 2.lh. the Hume "Street Fair" will be held on the school grounds. The object of this delightful and unique entertainment is to raise funds to pluce a fountain in the center of our beautiful little Park Tliis is a home enterprise for the pleas ure and benefit of all and should be heartily entered into by all the citizens. SPIDER BITE CAUSES INTENSE PAIN. Wholesale and Retail Hardware. Kentucky ;:MljSJljl!JlJl!l)fdc Jay alia fRUG ftfJa' TtlfanJa nflpj 2 SPANISH CAKE. RAISIN POUND. z D Z Q J UJ m Spring - Summer - Autumn - Winter. At any niul nil seasons you will find us doing our best to deserve your pntrnnngc. We know of no better wny of deserving it limn by running the best sort of a grocery that we know how. o UJ O That means never relaxing our watchfulness of this, that nnd the other thing. It means being satisfied with modest profits. It menus muny other things too- - but chiefly it menus GROCERY GOODNESS, Tndny is n gocd time to put us to the test nnd the article may be whatever you happen to need. i hi J Theo Currey. See Border of "Ad" for Names of Cakes. (flllflHd 3103UO 'OXSIHdHIAl: i Charlie Prather, 10 years old nnd son of Mr and Mrs Wm. Prattler, who lives IP near Nina, in this county. was bitten by a spider on the ankle last Friday after h noon, while hauling rock near his home. Although he killed the spider and felt no ill effect from the bite for severe! minutes after, but shortly after he had finished the load of rock, he began to sutler intense pain and not until he was BIG SALE. brought to town and had the attention What promises to be one of the best of severe! doctors, was his suffering 03 sales ever held in the county will take relieved. The spider was of thi place at the Hoone Way Farm owned potted variety, very large and pois by Haselden liros., on September 1st onous. The farm and stock will be sold at Auction and the amount of atock and implements will necessitate an all day REVIVAL SERVICES AT FAIR-VIEsale, and dinner will be served on the grounds. Head the advertisement on CHRISTIAN CHURCH. the back page of this Issue. A protrrcted meeting is now in pro gress at the Fairview Christian Church. H.D. LEE BUYS GROCERY. The song services are in charge of Mr, David Griflln of Traysylvania College, Mr. 11. V. Lee has purchased from Mr. Horace Kingsbury, minister-elec- t Mrs D, W. Marsec, the stock of goods of the Danville Christian church, is belonging to I). White Marsee'a gro preaching strong sermons each evening. cery in the Central Itecord building and A very cordial invitation is extended to will continue to run an gro all to attend these services, which be' He is at present eery at this place. gin each evening at seven thirty o'clock, remodeling the room and will open with a new stock of general merchan JOHN PEPPLES dise and groceries immediately. This is not the first venture that Mr. Lee To Manage Eddyrille Farm baa made in this business and his friends are sure that he will receive a It will be a source of gratification to good part of the patronage. his friends in Garrard to know that John Pepples, of Lincoln county will be named as manager of Eddyville GLEN LILY FLOUR WINS. tarm, connected with the penitentiary An expert cake maker and GLEN at that place. Mr. Pepples is one of LI LY flour won both the blue and red at the best farmers in the state and the Mt. Vernon fuir last week. Mrs. knows how to work. The ad Will I'almer made the cakes and they ministration is to be congratulated were exhibited by Prewitt Thompson. upon his appointment. The position is They were shown against cakes a lucrative one, carrying a salary of made from the best flour that can be $1,200 a year. had in Kentucky and some expert bakers. Some of the flour shown BUGGIES AND WAGONS I Now is the time to buy one cheap. W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. HURTE. against them, was Lexington Cream and Ballard's Obelisk but Glen Lily, On Tuesday August 1st, news was made from Garrard county wheat. received from Pittsburg, Pa., by Mr. beats them all. TUB BEST IN THE and Mrs. Wm. Hurte Sr, at Lowell, WOHLO. Let's make it unamous. that their son M. E. Hurte, abrakeman on the Pennsylvania and Lake Erie Itailroad, had met his death Monday evening July 31st near South Heights, BASE BALL. Pa. This was indeed, a sad message Enthusiasts who visited Hustonville to come to the aged parents, who were Saturday afternoon to witness the ball unable to make so long a journey to see game between that city and Faint Lick the last of their darling bey. M. E. Hurte was born in Garrard report a fast, snappy game, resulting in it score of four to four and the game county August 20th, 1SS3, and spent called ut the end of the 13th inning on the greater part of his life here. Some account of darkness. Hicks and Mvers ten or twelve years ago, ho left here wero at the ponts far the home team. for Pittsburg, Pa, where he was soon while Furris and Lackey otllciated for married to Pearl Vernon, eldest daughthe visitors. Moth batteries had ter of Mr. and Mrs. George Vernon, of splendid support and the game was a Nadino Pa. To them were given three pitcher's battle from the start to finish. children, who with their mother are A return game has been arranged left to mourn the loss of a devoted with these teams to be played at Faint father. He united with the Baptist church in Lick next Saturday August liHh. A good crowd from here will see the his young manhood, and held fajt to game and do tome loud rooting for this belief to the end. He was a member of the I. O. 0. F. of Verona, Pa., I'aint Lick boys. also of the Mechanics of Troy Hill. a boy who numbered bis THE WINCHESTER OPENING. Mike washis acquaintances, and the friends by It has been definitely decided that high esteem in which he was held was Vice President Thos. It. Marshall and fully testified by the beautiful floral Congressman Thos. F. Hcflin of Ala- tributes, and the many kind messages bama, will be the principal speakers at of sympathy tendered the bereaved the Winchester Opening of the wife and relatives. Democratic Campaign on September He leaves, besides a wife and three 9th. It ia also probable that Hon. Scott children, a father, mother, three brothFerris of Oklahoma will address the ers: Sam and Arthur of this county, crowd that Is expected from all parts Edward of Pittsburg, Pa., anj four sisters; Mrs. J. S. Ileitis of Pittsburg, of the State. All art) orators of the renown and Pa., Mrs. Ancil Parks of Richmond Ky and will interest, educate and electrify. and Misses Ida and Cora Hurte of this The people of Winchester ani Clark county. County are working day and night to Funeral services were conducted at make tho opening the greatest In the the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Verhistory of the stata and tluy are of the non, Filday August 4th, by Key. Hack-macharacter that know no such word as after which all that was mortal fall. With the flow of oratory, the of this splendid young man, was laid to feast of barbacued meats, burgoo and rest in the Allegheny Cemetery of other eatables, all who attend are Pittsburg Pa., to await the resurrection n Insured that they will teel that It Is morn. May the bereaved and good to be there. Everybody is invited ones look for comfort to "Him and expected. who giveth and who taketh away." grief-stricke- Koger Newton, a University of Wis- "WHAT'S THE REASON" consin graduate of Globe, Ariz., has Matron ai,d West sell Kool Cloth Suits discovered that his wife he married for $5. when others get $7.50 for them. nine years ago is his sister. Why do Uatson and West sell O'Bry-a- n Newton, whose real name is George Overalls at $1.15. I orter, is the son of a carpenter in What's the Reason Spokane, Wash. When his father was They sell all mdse so cheap and quick Injured, George was placed in an or phanage. He was adopted later by "BECAUSE" They keep Effective Styles. Howard Newton, who moved east. His adopted parents educated him at "BECAUSE" Their prices bring home the the University of Wisconsin. After BACON. leaving college, Porter, who had taken the name of Newton, returned to the "BECAUSE" Thev keep md, thats well selected. Piclflc northwest. While In Portland, "BECAUSE" Ore., he married Miss Elizabeth Porter, They can show and tell people even The other day Newton found a bcket from Missouri. in an old trunk. He opened it and found "BECAUSE" a tintype of his parents. When he They arc good buyers. showed it to his wife she fainted. The They have small expense and do past twenty five yea's is so well and picture was one of her own father and their own work. generally known to you that my candi mother. She had known of a brother, THAT'S THE REASON. dacy will claim from you a favorable but had never heard what had become See their KORN KELLER Shoe. consideration. of him. I believe in party organization, and all things t eir.g equal, that those who RED CROP REPORTS FOP JULY. BERKSHIRE do the best wcrk for the party and The July crop report from the office serve the organization best, should be ASSOCIATION of Mat S. Cohen, Commissioner of honored by the party with the offices. Agriculture, show that all crops are I am willing to have my claims meas Directors Hold Important Meeting, badly needing rain, and unless they get ured by this test. As you know, I have it soon they will be materially damaged. never sulked or bolted, and whether An important meetlnifof thorli rprinrQ This is the case In some sections more you decide to honor me with the nomi of tee Kentucky Red Berkshire Asso than others. Showers which have been nation or select a more worthy demo- ciation held a ca ed meetinc In its nf falling have been local, reaching some crat, you will find me in line willing to fices at Stanford last Mondav afternoon counties, while the adjoining counties do my best for your nominees as I have uwing to the increasing popularity of did not get any. The temperature has done in previous elections. Mr. David this famous breed of swine and the ur been high along with the dryness, which Sanders will be my deputy if nominated gent demand for stock in the has been harder on the growing crops. and elected. Your help will be appre tion by the breeders, it was decided at About one or one half inches of rain ciated. E. H. KAY. this meeting that the capital stock of would make a wonderful difference on the corporation be increased from S300 the condition ot crops at this time. to $1,000 and that the par value of the SECRETARY WILSON The averaga yield of grain been small. shares will be likewise increased from the average for the state being nine To Be Labor Day Speaker At Lexington. $5 a share to $10 a share At present bushels per acre for wheat, ten for rye sixty shares of this stock is held bv and seventeen for oats. The hay crops The Dlue Grass Federation of Labor about twenty stock-holder- s and the re have turned out very good, especially is arranging for a big celebration at maining lorty snares will be taken up alfalfa. The average Lexington Septemper 2nd. when Hon by for the second enthusiastic breeders before manv crop of alfalfa wasone and one-ha- lf orable W. B. Wilson Secretary of Labor tons weeks. The meeting of the directors per acre. All grasses eem to be good, in President Wilson's cabinet will last Monday will be ratified by the re- and unless cut off by continued drought deliver the principal address at 7:30 gular meeting of the stockholders, will furnish good pasture all summer. that evening. There will be other Wednesday. Sentember 20th. at which The prospects for a good fruit crop speakers and a great time is anticipated. are time officers for the ensuing year will very poor. There will probably be A general invitation is extended to Be elected. Indications are that one of about a half normal crop. Poultry of the public and all organizations of the largest and finest exhibits ever all kinds is reported as being in good labor. shown of this breed, will be on exhibi condition, and there is very little distion at the Stanford fair next week ease over the State. Little hog cholORDER SUSPENDED and at the State Fair in September. era exists in the State at this time, Manv sales have been renorted at and a hard fight will be made to keep Kentucky Troops Not To Go To Border. fancy prices and the Kentucky Red it under control. The Bourbon County Orders for the remaining mobilized uerKsnire is destined to become the Breeders are handling the problem leading and most Donular hoc in the more systematically than any other secunits of the National Guard to proceed to the border have been suspended by swine kingdom. tion of the State. the War Department. No official We sell old papers cheap. explanation has been made, but it is OPENING OF DEMO known that the delicacy of the railroad strike situation has be in the moving CRATIC HEADQUARTERS. consideration. The suspension of the orders to the Large Attendance And Great Enthusiasm troops, which would have moved some (Edited Bj The WomniClubl f Displayed. 25,000 men to the border, should not be taken as an indication that the PresState Campaign Chairman J. Camp Owing to her reproval to Greeley, ident's negotiations with the railroad brotherhoods and the railroad managers bell Cantrill, opened heedquarters at Colorado, Mrs. J. C. Crabbe, of Richhave taken an unfavorable turn, but is Seelbach s. Louisville, Monday, when mond has resigned as State Chairman if any donbts were entertainad of the of the Press Department. a measure of caution. It was considered highly undesirable enthusiasm of Kentucky Democrats for Mrs. George Starr, Lexington, Ky., that all the remaining guardsmen Wilson and Marshall they were dispelled has been appointed for the unexpired probably should be moved to the border while and a determination was evinced to term. The Press Committee there was a possibility of a railroad carry the State by such a majority as will remain unchanged, with the excepstrike, which they might be called upon will settle its politicial status for years tion of Mrs. George Kirkwood, Madison-vill- e, who takes the place of Mrs. to preserve order throughout some of to come. the States. There is even the The quarters embrace a number of Given Ruby, Chairman of the Fiist Dis possibility that some of the troops, in large rooms on the tenth floor of the trict, who resigned on account of illness the event of a strike, might be called hotel, which had been handsomely in her family. A new department of History and upon to guard or operate mail trains decorated with flags, bunting and supplying the troops already on border. other ornaments, embellished by large Research has been added to the work of The suspension of the orders prevents pictures of the presidential nominees. of the Kentucky Federation the Women's Clubs. Mrs. W. T. Lafferty the immediate movement of the troops Senators James and Beckham, and resigned her office as First Vice Persi- from Kentucky, Ohio and Vermont, party's nominees for congress Buschmeyer. They were dent to assume the Chairmanship of and the movement of all other mobilized Mayor units which were to have gone forward crowded all day with men who came this department. Mrs Luther Willis, soon as they were equipped. Some from all seotions of the State to do Shelbyville, is named as her successor. At the Bienniel meeting the General of the Kentucky, Ohio and Vermont honor to the occasion and to register troops were nbont ready to go to the their hecrty approval of the selection Federation of Women's Clubs voted to of Chairman Cantrill for tbe important enlarge the board to include a director border. and difficult position, and it was the from each of the fifty-seve- n states unanimous opinion that he was the represented In the Federation. Mrs. TO THE DEMOCRATS right man in the right place and that James A. Leech, the Courtland, Louishis efforts lo bring all factions ville, was appointed ulrsctor for KenOF GARRARD COUNTY; would result in the elimination tucky. Mrs. Leech will be pleased to from the I hae accepted theCounty Campaign of Kentucky doubt epeak before Clubs for her expenses Chairmanship for Garrard County and ful column, leaving no leg for the only upon the topics: Patriots, not Par propose to give it my earnest and hear boastful republicans to stand upon in tisans, Civics, and before schools upon ty support and ask the of their claim for supremacy in the state. the Patriotism of the Flag. Reports from all the districts now every Democrat in the County who en The Kentucky Equal Rights Associ dorses the policies of President Wilson held by democrats were full of comfort ation bas opened State Headquarters at to aid in roll- and joy and showed that the party is Richmond, since the President, Mrs. and desires his to the importance of Thomes J Smith has moved to that ing up a handsome majority in old Gar- fully alive Wilson and the nominees city to make her home. The office is rard. We hope at a very early date to see a complete organization in every for congress, who are ably supporting located above Perry s drug store on There is no him in his efforts to faithfully serve a Main Street. Miss Irene Mattern, precinct in the County. doubt but that our political enemies are common country, and the indications Frankfort, will assist In the office work. making strenuous efforts to carry the aro that the delegation will remain as Membership cards, canvassing cards. State for Hughes but with vour earnest it is, if not indeed there is one addition. campaign literature and supplies of Among the democrats in attendance every kind will be found at headsupport with me in this work we will Suffrage organizers and hold this County in the Democratic col- were Gov, A. 0. Stanley, Lieut. Gov. quarters. umn, and see anoverwhelmlng majority Jas. B. Black, with many of the state speakers may be secured on application With no political fac- officials, Congressman Harvey Helm of at this office. in November. The Chairman of Press Department tions in Kentucky, sentiment in favor th eighth c'istrict. Chairman Chas. A. of a great Democratic victory grows Harden ot Harrodsburg with members of the Kentucky Federation of Womens brighter every day. Never before in of the state and executives committees. Clubs urges all clubs to take up the with the the city study of art and to the history of the party has there been Mayor J. H. Buschmever, Lexing officials and many other Louisville work of Mrs. A. C. Zembrob, less dissension. We expect the vote In this county of citizens, Representatives and prom- ton, State Chairman of Art, in exhibit who place the inent men generally. The gathering ing the traveling collections of pottery. those Republicans National Honor above party success, was a real love feast and all went bronzes, originals or reproductions of and of those Progressives who retuse away feeling that victory Is In the air paintings, etc., under her directions. to go back to the boss ridden party and determined that they will leave The Bureau of Information or the State nothing undone to thoroughly redeem Art Chairman will send out lines of which they repudiated In 1912. study, programmes, etc., to inquirers. The Democratic party asks for an the state. It was most gratifying aud auspicious No department of club work is more endorsement of the Wilson administra tion. If you approve of the course opening of a campaign that is sure to popular In point of attendance, nor which the President has followed, the result in the election of Wilson and more delightful in Its reward for study Marshall and insure to the country four involved than that which equips one party expects your support. more years of peace, plenty and pro, for looking intelligently at objects of Very truly yours. art U. L. Elkln peritv. wiili to publicly announce that I will lie n candidato for the nomination for Assessor of Garrard county at the Aug' ust primary 1917 subject to the will of tho Democrats of Garrard County. While I have never held public office of any kind, yet I can submit my can dldacy to jou with confidence that my loyalty to our party and active work to bring success to our nominees for the ARIZONA Discovers That He MAN Been Has Nine Years To His Sister. The best pair of mules sold around here this year was a pair of five year old maro mules, which Ed and N. B' Price sold to Robinson and Warfieldlast The price paid was $450 Married Wednesday. and they looked cheap nt that. The Womans Club The Central Record, Thursday Aug 17 MMMiHMiiiiniiiiiiiinM 19 Id. LOWELL iMMiiiMHinnniiimiiiniiiiiil CARDS. at Rainey'a - NO LOOKING BACK IN Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office Livery Stable. Us That $ BETTER BABIES' CONTEST TO BE A VALUABLE FEATURE OF STATE FAIR LANCASTER New Evidence Constantly Being Published Lancaster. Kentucky E. TV. Morrow, Graduate Optician (Hisses fitted. Sttiilsctlon Gnsrsnteed. J.E. EDWARDS, M.D Phone 391-M BUCKEYE, KY. Since the long succession of Lancaspublished In the focal press there has been no looking back. Lancaster evidence continues to pour in, and-bc- tter still those whoie reports were first published many years ago, verify all they said In a most hearty and unmistakable way. Read the experience of Mrs. C. T. Ilrummet, Crab Orchard St.. She says; "My kidneys were out of order and I had pains through my bncK and kidneys and at times I was nervous. Donn's 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 Donn's Kidney Pills as a kidney and bladder medicine, for two boxes have cured me of that trouble." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't simply ask for a kidncv remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills-t- he same that Mrs. Ilrummet has twice publicly recommended. Foster-Milhur- n Co., Props, Uulfalo, N. Y. ter reports were first Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. PAINT LICK Mr Jesse Ileasley was a recent visitor here Mr R. John M. McRoberls. J. Walker spent Monday in Stanford. Mrs Sophia Treadway was a visitor in Uerea Thurday. Mr and Mrs D. C. Rice spent Tuts-da- y at High Bridge. Mr Sam Denny left Monday for Battle Creek Michigan. Mr Claude Spillman is in Irvine where he has accepted a position. Miss Mary Lear is in Louisville the guest of Mrs Charles Knight. Mrs Mary Fox of Danville, has been the guest of Mrs J. L. Francis. Mrs Grace Kuvkendall is with her parents, Mr and Mrs Wm Gafney. Miss Marion Ledford is in Ohio visiting her brother, Mr Speed Ledford. Mrs Charles llaber of Ravenna was a recent guest of Mrs Edd Williams. Messrs Nelson Brandenburg and Guv Rice motored to Lexington Thursday. Mrs. R. J. Walker left Monday evening for a few days visit in Frankfort, Mrs R. D. Pitts and son of Anderson Indiana, are guests of Mrs Burdett H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Lick. John JI. Casey, Graduate Cincinnati College. DANVILLE. Kentucky D. V. M. Veterinary Surgeon. Veterinary KENTUCKY. Photo by Steffens Berry Studio. with Its Innocence, under the supervision of Comml DABYH00D and helnlessness. slonor of Agriculture. Mat S. Cohen, of in Frankfort, who Is tho 9-appeals to every heart in which chargo Qf he df,partmcnti memberMrg M of there Is a throb of humanity John u Woodbury, the superintendent and to the assertion that "all the world of tho Contest, be augmented, en- FUNERAL DIRECTOR loves a lover" might bo added "and a larged and combined Into ono of too Office Over National Hank. baby," but babyhood means not only most valuable, spectacular and unusual features of the entlro Fair. It Residence Fhone 3. Office Phone 27 love but responsibility and responsibil- will possess In full measure all tho ity should go hand In hand with scientific advantages possible to the LANCASTER, KY. knowledge. Would any farmer or movement and In addition the examstock breeder of the most ordinary inations. Instructions, scoring and by a grand mentality attempt the commercializ- judging will be climaxed tableaux In the J 100,000 pavilion ing of animals without a due and which will be one of the most picadequate understanding of their ne- turesque exhibitions of the entire Fair. cessities, thelr habits, and the safe The babies and their mothers will line. guarding of their existence? And yet enter tho ring In preceded by tho Stato Fair band, and to close out at cost. mothers become mothers, fathers as- - (or. A. 0. Stanley. Commissioner of sume the responsibilities of father- - Agriculture Mat S. Cohen, State Fair C. COX. hood, nurses adopt the profession of Secretary W. J. Cooch, Superintendent Infantare with a debonaire . dlsre-- l JIrs- - John '- Woodburr. and Dr. lrvln . ,. , Mndonbcrgcr, Medical Examiner In Phone guru ur ur mciv ul mij nuutwcu&t; UA,rMf Office Hours The nldes of Mrs. Woodbury 229. babyhood which Is appalling. Babies and Dr. Ltndenbcrger, In charge of nave, lor age?. Been rcgarcea as pos-,,various divisions of the infantile M. K. Denny and W.A. Wheeler sessions whose prestige defended entries, will marshal! their charges largely upon personal prettlnets by ribbon lines from which they will Doctors Of Denial Surgery. secondary even to. precoclousness or radiate to a position surrounding tho physical progress and the expression platform on which the Stato Officials, Office: Storme. BnlldlLgoTer Hurl A Ander of this popular Idea was the on'. urnllurt fltore. Superintendent and Examiner are LANCASTER, KENTUCKY, beauty show of the county fairs. Ilut stationed. The babies and their the beauty show day met Its Waterloo mothers will be assigned positions six years ago and, with poetical jus- around the pavilion rati on which eletice, at a Fair celebration. Here the vated scats will be placed for a showy contrast between scrupulously cared display of the captivating contestors. for and scientifically scored animals The arrangement of tho babies in this unkempt giant oval will afford State Fair visitand the fretful, babies of some of the visitors to the ors an opportunity of viewing each and Audubon County Fair of Iowa, led every dainty nnd dimpled tot entered Mrs. F. S. Watts to speculate on the and will likewise protect tho little value to humanity of children scien- ones from crowding or discomfort. In like ratio to Tho ceremony of awarding the prizes tifically the care and consideration bestowed will be a pretty and elaborate one. kingdom. upon the animal The out- The championship babies will, this come was a Cables' Health Contest at year, be presented with handsome silthe Iowa State Fair, August 27, 1911.' ver cups Instead of cash awards as Kentucky Joined the Better Babies cruIn the Babies' Everything for Orchard. Lawn and saders In 1013, holding the first Ba- heretofore. Entriesclose September 1. Health Contest will bies' Health Contest at the Fair with ' No entrance fee is required for this Garden. 12S entries. contest. Premiums of cash, rlbbom m 'ree Catalogue. No Afits about Write Governor Will Review Babies. and cups will be awarded Friday, Sep-- 1 This year the Babies' Exhibit will. tomber 15. at 3 p. m. In the pavilion. J. A. Beazlev Ramsey. Miss Ava McWhorter was the week end guest of Miss Ida Gailey near Three Brown Manley CULTIVATORS Kirksville. Mr. Ebb Anderson is spending his ribbon-linke- ! 6. Manse.Ky vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs W. P. Anderson. Mrs John F. White of Nicholasville, has been the guest.; of her daughter, Mrs. Rice Woods. V Messrs Luther Fish, Jack Davis and con Richard motored to Lexington for the Fair on Thursday.. "9, ... Mr and Mrs Tom Hurt of Point ell were the guests of their parents, Mr John L. Brown Is at home again Mr and Mrs R. F. Parsons, Sunday. brick, rock after a stay of three months in Detroit. Lime, sand, cement, Mrs Woods Ogilive and Miss Francis Nnrthefh and Home Grown recleaned screenings, tc, for sale by Ogillve of Princeton arc guests of Mr. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. seed rye. and Mrs. Woods Walker. Mr and Mrs Jim Miller of Preachers-vlll- e Miss Glatha Anglin Is the attractive It is reported that Mr Frank Ralston guest of her sister, Mrs Tom Rogers of and Mr and Mrs Ebb Cook were left Sunday for Cincinnati and will re- White Lick. guests of Mr and Mrs Luther McQuer-ry- , turn In a few days with a beautiful Sunday. Miss Cora II. Hurte was the guest of young bride. Misses Nellie Reniley and Florida her sister, Mrs Ancil Parks in Richmond Mrs R. L. Hill left Saturday for her last Tuesday. Boaln and Messrs Grren Sutton and Cold-Irohome in Isabella Tenn, and was accomLittle Miss Lucile, Howe of Richmond Robt Elliott visited Miss Lnretta panied by her parents, Mr and Mrs W, is Sunday. spending a month with her aunt, O. Anderson. Mrs Jim MARKSBURY Miss Diana Woods, who has been Walter and Gladys Parks of Richspending the past two months with her mond spent the past week with their Mr Leo O'Hearn of Ixiulsvllle Is vis- grandparents in Nicholasville, has re- grandparents. Iting the home folk. turned home. Mr Tom Ball and wife of Lexington Bill King sold a cow and calf to Ben Miss Willie Jennings who has been spent several days the past week with King of Marcellus for JIlH). the guest of her grandmother, Mrs. 1. Mr and Mrs T. R. Kuhlman. Mr J. W. Pope has gone to Tenn, C. Rucker has returned to her home in Mr and Mrs Tom Pollard who have where he will attend the Springs. Madison Indiana. been visiting relatives here, returned Mrs O'Hearn who Is confined to her New crop Crimson Clover seed, Red to their home in Harrodsburg Saturday. bed with rheumatism is improving. Clover, Timothy. Ky Illue Grass re Mrs Margaret Kuhlman who has been Mr and Mrs Frank lllggins went to cleaned or from the stripper. spending the past month with relatives Sunday to visit her mothHudson, Hughes & Farnau. in and near Lancaster returned home Crab OrchardSmith. er, Mrs Win Saturday. Miss Minnie Jnmeston the attractive W. C. Greening of Parsons Kansas, Mrs J. II. Davis was hostess last guest of Miss Sadie Ralston has return arrived here Monday to look after the Wednesday at an elegant dining in interest of his farm. cd to her home In Cynthiana accompan honor uf Mrs John Hnnlwicke of Ham ied by Mrs J. P. Ralston. Miss Ann lllggins nf Paint Lick was ilton Ohio. the guest of Miss Elizabeth Doty on Mrs Oscnr Hnmmnck, Miss Mnry D. Hardwickc relumed to her Saturday and Sunday. Mrs J. Lear, Mrs Hojd Coldiron, Messrs Boyd home in Hamilton Ohio last Stinday Our llour is guaranteed to please you Coldiron, Frank Ralston, Dave Hervey, a weeks stay here with her par- or money back, J. B. Guyn. Fred Hall. Woods Walker after Mr and Mrs Sterling Davis. ents, Hudson, Hughes St Kasnau. and Sam Campbell took in the Lexing Mr. Arthur Hurte surprised his Misses Nell and Estella Clark motorton Fair on Thursday. friends by slipping otf to Richmond last ed to Burgm Wednesilav where they The funeral of Mrs George King, Tuesday and being united in marriage were guests of Mrs John Dunn. who died suddenly on Saturday nt her to Miss Mary Elizabeth Northern of Mr Kelley Hogg ami family, Mr and home near here, was held at Paint Lick that city. Mrs R)le Isom and McCullon Worn atSunday afternoon at three church on Messrs Arthur and Sam Hurte and tended the fair at Lexington last week. o'clock. Rev. Eldridge officiating. She Miss Ida Hurte returned home laat Mr and Mrs Kvnns of is survived by her husband and several week from Pittsburg Pa, where they last week to be at the bedside of Miss children who mourn the loss of a were called by the death ot their broth- I.uIh Simpson who has not been to well wife and mother. er, M. E. Hurte. as usual. Mr and Mrs Jnmes Todd were hosts Friends rnd relatives in this Mrs II, K. Suot was at the bedside at an elaborate live course dinner last sustained a great shuck last f her brother, Mr W. D. Mnrksbury Sunday at theirbeautifulcountry home. Tuesday when new was telegraphed of Marcellus, who has been sick fur The house was beautifully decorated here of the death of Mr M. K. Hurte, severnl days. and the guests were highly entertained. son of Mr and Mrs Wm Hurte of this Mr Ed Clark and family and their The honored guests were .Mines Ora place. The family have the sympathy guest Miss Thelma Engleman, Mr Jim N-l- lie Dalton, of the community in their deep sorrow. Clark and family motored to lxington Estridge, Sadie Ralston, Messrs Jas. Harve, Edmond and WilOn last Saturday afternoon the Thursday to attend the fair. liam Ralston. "Death Angel" visited the home of Mr Miss Illakeman of Kirkstillewho was Geo King, nnd took away a loving wife here the guest of Mrs Tom Chesnut atA husband and five chiland mother. tended the Danville fair, together with BRYANTSVILLE dren are left to mourn her loss. The Mr Robt Fox and Mr and Mrs Chesnut. sympathy of the community is extendDelayed Letter. Phil Wearen ami family, colored, lived the bereaved ones, and may they Mr B. II. Halcomb continues very ill look to him who has said "Come unto ing on Sugar Creek, were awakened from their midnight slumber when a with typhoid fever. me all ye that labor and are heavy torrent of rain (Mured into their dwellQuite a number from here arc at- laden and I will give you rest." ing. They waded thru water standing tending the Lexington fair. three feet in their room anil took refuge 1IAMMACK with a neighbor not far away. Miss Carrie Itoulden of Nicholasville is the guest of Mrs J Hogan Ilallard. A little urchin, just beginning the Mr and Mrs F. ChadWell are rejoicing fall term of school, is having a sad Mr. M. O. Kennedy was ctlled to over the arrival of a big girl. in his reader, as he thinks. CrablOrchard by the illness of his The protracted meeting closed at When his teacher told him about the mother. Good Hope Sunday with 11 additions. 20th time to "let his voice fall", the Newton Davis, the handsome Master Miss Nellie Ileazlay and Mrs Joste little fellow not having had any prebaby son of Mr and Mrs W. K. Da.ii, Rogers were guests of Miss Mary Ross vious instruction along this line conwon the tlrst premium in the "Haby last Friday. tinued using the rising inllection. When Show" at the Dsnville fir. Mr and Mrs O. L. Hammack of Paint he went home that afternoon with a Ham-maclong face he said "maw, I'll tell )ou Miss Cecil Rowling entertained with Lick visited Mr and Mrs K. G. Sunday. we've got an awful tight teacher up a picnic Saturday afternoon at the Mr Jas Smith of Cartersville and Rev yonder at that school, she jnst kept Waterworks on Dix river in honor of her visitars. A most enjoyable tune Roots of Lexington were the guests of telling Tie to let my voice fall and I Mr Jim Coldiron Sunday. did'nt know what she meant". was spent by every one present. at Ford after a few days visit with and Mrs J. D. Uurchell. Mr Joe Eads has returned tohlshome Mr Iav. h TREES When in Need of any kind of BASE BALL. SOUND-SLEE- P Fruit and Shade Trees Strawberry Plants, Shrubs. Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies HUSTONVILLE - watch-guarde- vs - is restful and refreshing. Building Material PAINT LICK It does not seem possi- ble that any man could H.F.Hillenmb7er & Sons. Lexington. 1841. Kentucky. WIC ATHLETIC EVENTS TO W A NEW AND NOTASLE EXHIBITION AT STATE FAIR Statewide Competition Among High School and College Boys Expected to Stimulate Much Interest A Big Feature for the Final Day of the Fair. IUI.E tho curriculum of alO to 12 years old, 12 to 14 years old, school or .olk'go does not, high schools (ago limit so years ana Athletes who representee as a rule, carry atnieiics ns colleges. a part ot Its course. It Is their schools last spring are eligible. The programme In full follows: nevertheless a fct that tho developdash. Tn to Twelve Year. Old ment ot tht physical along with tho mental Is l.kcd upon as of equal 11 Twelve to Fourteen Years uukh. not paramount value to the otudent. dash. For this reason tho KcntucKy state Jllsh (Schools dash. fkhoola ralr tnanagement, In planning for tho( High Schools dask. High great exhibition in Louisville- Septem-daek. gave thought to tho ainicuoi High Schools ber dash. subjuct and decided to show Just what Colleges Colleges !!0.yrd dash. Kentucky can do In tho way of well-- ! d ::0-ar- d d d One-mil- e At Paint Lick Saturday Aug 19 give us a chance 9 These two teams met at Hustonvllle last Satur- 0 day and fought a sleep sound unless he had his property and the property of his wife and dren, amply chil- uwnuti lAiU PlUliViIl. That our we nor we This Agreement Witnesseth; In order to protect the came on lands for a period of three years bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, tiermlt anybody else to do bo. and further agree to prosecute with diligence all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpose of hunting. And we further agree to act as Deputy Game Wardens for the purpose of carrying out this agreement. Except each of us have the right to kill rabbits on our .arms or permit it to be done by another under our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible and Ciih. Collrcrs developed school boys, by Including an reliable person selected by us, run. Colli K's Athletic Day In their list of feature This November 15th, 1915. Twelve to Fourteen Years Old Half- events. Saturday, the final day of the; mile relay, each member to run 1:0 yard, J. E. Robinson, ralr, was picked for the time, the R. L. Elkin, e rslay, each Schools W. II. Brown, J no. M. Farra, speedway at the lllnh to run 4(0 ards. matchless Alex Walker, Fair ns the place and from every col- member W. H. Burton. Colleges relay, each member to T. A. Elkin, lege and school In the State a repre- run (10 )an!. Haselden Bros., F. M. Tinder, sentative "color bearer" for that Ten to Twelvt Years Old Running J. II. Dalton, Logan Hubble, school will, It is hoped, act as the boy. hign jump. John II. Smith, Twelvs to Fourteen Years Old Jlun- r,o .11. f th tneeL will bo In G. M. Deshon, .1, N. Ross, hands of Sam 11. McMeckln. sport- - "'fJJ.J'jJnunnlM high jump. H. B. Cox. the Fisher Herring, tho Louisville Ten to J. W. Sweeney, Ing editor of president of theCourier- , broad Jump.Twelve Years old Itunnlnis Hughes Bros, Ixmbj-W. M. Mahan, Journal, nnd Withers Bros. -'- "d'ju mpT"" vlllo Amateur Athletic Federation, j William, Marcus and Jim White. To make the movement the big sue- mth Hchool itunnlng broad jump. J. D. Pof cess desired it Is necessary that the) Twelvt to Fourteen Years Old B. K. Wllmot, Mrs. David Chenault, or ""'p'"; Fred J. Conn, management have the t. pound Hchools W. R. Cook the schools over the Stato and tha1 rnii,..n.Dound J, W. Elmore, High Schools rule, vault. Huffman Bros, principals ot all schools are. being T. C. Rankin, Colleges Vole vault. urged to communicate with Mr. Wm. G. Anderson, Sam Cotton, low hurdlts. High Hchools at once. W. B. Moss low hurdlu. Colleges T. M. Arnold. Jr, Four classes ot competition aro proTh sg limit for Bl4jk School Not Jno. M. White, It. E. Henry, as follows; cmitlUm Is JO ysars. Bright Herring, vided la the programme, A. D. Bradshaw, It. L. Barker. One-milhidf-mll- w INSURED. He must not be e You will be pleased with the Price, Quality, Measure and will tell your friends about us. Flooring, Ceiling, I battle selfish long to be remembered by and insure his own property, unless he is going to Ship-la- those present. 13 innings and score 4 to 4 and game called on account of dark- p, protect those to whom he pledged himself to protect when the wedding bells tolled. Allow me to explain a low rate life policy to you. a a (L) best of dressed popular. Rough Lumber of all kinds. ness. will be entertained so be sure and come out next Saturday. You J Hervey & Woods. Admission: 10 You will be glad 'h shot-pu- shot-pu- t. d and 15 Cents. R. o. Woods. d The Central Record, Thursday Aug 17 1916. ii MUSICAL, AND READING 1 in rn 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Bfrrrt f i 1 KENTUCKY NEWS CUT TO THE QUICK FOR BUSY READERS d Scientific i 1 1 1 1 EXPERT PERFORMANCES. " Making the Little Farm Pay By C. C. D0WSFIELD Fighting fate. Throwing a fit. Pitching a tent. Passing an hour. Catching a fever. Swinging a crowd. Stopping a minute. Vaulting ambition. Farming 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 n 1 1 1 1 1 1 M LIVING 1 PICTURES 18" 1916 IF ACCIDENTIA SICKNESS The following program will be rendered at the School Auditorium, FRIDAY EVENING. AUGUST for the benefit of the Woman's Club Library. Program. Instrumental Selection Living Picture. Hope nml Memory Kenyon Cox. Mrs. Hnrry Tomlinson ?? With a telephone In your home he is in .the next room. This means, promptassistance, relief-fropain, lifesaved. 'Are' you going to let another'' day go by without a tele-- j phone In your home? Why takes., chances?" The cost, is trifling .the service to" Drop a card today to. you-pricelessj SHOULD SUDDENLY STRIKE HOV FAR IS THE DOCTOR ? For tlio bcncllt of many Inexpert-slicepersons who aro engaging la poultry raising It Is worth while to tho earning capacity of a Hock of Tlioro arc right and wrong chickens. methods of going about this business. Soma of tbo vital considerations aro the northern and western states tho profits on poultry meat as comthe following recipes for the pared to eggs, tho cost of tho latter, borne canning of fruit, grouping the the use of Incubators and economical fruit Into three classes: feeding. An ambitious poulterer will First Soft fruits, such aa strawber- go further and tako up ttu business of ries, blackberries, dewberries, sweet selling puro bred chicks or settings of eggs from sotno high typo of fowls. A poultry business of any size will baro a flock of hens largo enough to fill at least ono Incubator In a week. This Is necessary, becauso eggs for hatching sliould not bo older than six or seven days. Whore there Is only one incubator and It Is filled with one Reclpsa FurnMMd,by Department Bps- clallsts to Heme Canning Clubs. Prspared or United Mates department ot agriculture. The office In charge of club work tn dls-cu- u CANNING FRUIT. Quartette. Tenting on The Old Camp Ground. Reading. The Lion and The Mouse BUmll Elizabeth Ford TELEPHONE COMPANY1 Picture. The Age of Innocence Tenor Horn Solo's. Minuet in tt. A Little Bit of Heaven Aloha A Pot of Ilnsll 1 - Reynolds. and have a representative call and tell, you how little it costs to have a telephone in 'yur house. Mien Johnson. Pic Hire. l Western' Electric) TELEPHONES, guarantee jou bett'servlcij Alexander. Reading. The Child .Elizabeth Ford. ' Instrumental Selection Violin Solo. Mrs Tomlinson. Helen Young. k iiii'AiiTur.-W STHUCTI0KS Salut d Amour Picture. Quartette. si'fiOXAit9T tK CAXNtrta umo is- - Madam Lc Hriui and Daughter. Come Where My Love Lies Dreaming. BEWARE THE ARMY WOW Ml N Bf W Df HC General Admission 25cts. Children 15cts. Reserved Seats at McRoberts Drug Store 35cts. The department of sericulture a bulletin warning formers of the Atlantic states U be prepared against the army has lssned W IV Vt Vt Uf Fourteenth Annual VI 8 VI KENTUCKY State FAIR LOULSVILLE WORLD'S a hand, says the bulletin, n fow pounda of ono of the slnnjnrj In- scctlcldcs, such aa nrscnate of trail or pari green because of tho fact that tlio dulny of a few Iiours, usually necessary In or- der to procure Insecticides In an emergency, enables the array worm to do Irreparable damage worm. All farmers should keep on September 11-1- 6, 1916 HORSE SHOW Daily Trotting, Pacing and Running Races GREATEST SADDLE Cran Milil Glean and Glassy Midway ounumtitt. Stupendous Decorated Automobile Parade for Prize Great Fraternal Gathering for Friday of Fair Week Livestock Tbiarsday and Free Auction Sale of Pure-Bre- d Friday Reduced R. R. Rates Suite 604 Republic Bldf. 1 $40,000 in Premiums Louisville, Addreu W. J. GOOCH, Secretary Kentucky 1 i nun n 10 Tho lncctlclda men- IS tloncd will not apoll If kept In a IS dry condition In covered contain- - IS store. IS era. Farmers' bulletin No. 731 IS Second. Sour berry fruits, such aa IS contain a full account of the IS currants, gooseberrloa, cranberrtea and IS army worm and mar bo secured IS picked. at free of chirgo upon sppllcatloo IS sour cherries. Can same day Stem, bull and dean. Blanch In hot IS to tho secretary of agriculture. IS water one minute. Beinore and dip IS Quickly in cold water. Pack berries iSHriswMrMisisisisisSMiSMni closely in container. Add hot sirup ot 23 per cent density until fulL Place UST PLANTING OF CELERY. rubber and cap In plaoa. Seal partially, not tight (Cap and tip tin cansj Young Plants Should Bs Frequently Sterilise In hot water bath outfit sixCultlvatsd How Blanching Is Dons. teen minutes; In water seal outfit, Tho last planting of celery should be twelve minutes; In five pound steam made early In August. Take the plants pressure outfit, ten minutes; In alumifrom the seed rows when the ground la num pressure cooker outfit under fifmoist, and tho ground where the plants teen pounds of steam. Ore minutes. Jars. Tighten cot era and Invert aro to lo set should also be moist Dip tho roots tn Mater Just before set to cool and tost Joints. Wrap In paper ting, and natcr thoroughly as soon aa and store. the planting Is Unbilled. Third Ilard fruits, such aa apples, Cultivate the joung plants frequent pears, quinces, etc.: Grade, blanch ooo ly to produce rapid growth. Lato In and a half minute and plunge quickAugust or early In Scptemtcr, when ly In cold water. Core, pit and remove the nights aro conl, Iounimi tho soil on skins If necessary. Pack whole, quareach side of tho row. Then straddlo tered or sliced, as doslxed. Add boilthe row. (latherlug up all the stalks ing hot sirup of from 18 to tS per cent of one plant at n tlmo with tho left density (medium thin). Place rubbers Partially tighthand, park the soli firmly about them and tops In position. nlth tho right hand suttlclently tn re en. (Cap and Up tin cans.) Sterlllzo tain them In this position. Then draw twenty minutes In hot water bath outup tnoro Roll about the plants with tho fit, twclro minutes In water seal outfit, eight minutes under fivo pounds lioe. Blanching Is accomplisbetl by draw steam In steam prcesuro outfit, six ing up tho soli from tho lulddlo of tho minute In aluminum prcssura cooker Rerow and bunking It up ngalnst tbo under fifteen pounds' pressure plants on each side, a Uttlo at a time. move Jars. Tighten covers and Invert completing the work In nbout thrco op- to cool and test Joints. Wrap glass erations. At. the last oieratlon the Jars In paper to prevent bleaching and plnntx should To covered almost to the store. ft to crops. N cherries, bluctierrles, pencbes, apricots, etc., can the same day fruit Is picked. Grade and rlnso tlio fruit by touring IV Vt water over It through a strainer. Oull, HI seed and stem. Puck Immediately in M gloss Jars or tin cans. Add boiling bot H sirup of IS per cant density (thin). M Place rubber and top in placo and parMf tially tighten. (Cap and tip tin cans.) IS Steiillzo In bot water bath outfit for VI H sixteen minutes; tn water seal outfit tt ten minutes; stoats pressure outfit un Mt der flro pounds of stonm, eight min IS utes; In aluminum pressure cooker, W with ten pounda of steam, flvo minutes. IS Itcmove and tighten covers. Invert to IS cool and test Joints. Wrap glass Jars IS In paper to preretrt blenching and then tt topi of the leaves. llonnW mny also lie used for blanch ing, placing them along tho sides sf the plants after they have first been drawn up In compact form, as descrlb- ivl nlHive. The Imnrds are held In po- Itton by stakes driven In tho ground. I will, at o'clocka. m., on Saturday August 19th 1916 offer at public sale, myhome in years by an annual payment of $90.24. A study of tho columns shows bow from year to year tho Interest la re duced and tho proportion of tho payPsstlfsrous Ragwssd. goes to dlschargo tho prin Wormwood rngwoed Is Us name, and ment which cipal steadily increases. Tbo final pay It ban the evil distinction of IHng a ment cancels the debt. double pest. It Is a menace to cultl- inted crops and Is charged with caus ing a largo percentage of fall hay fe ver. Its scientific uamo u ambrosia artomisfolla, though why tho word Annual periods. jj - 9 ?a Borrowing Undsr Farm Losn Act. Tho tablo given below Illustrates bow a loan of $1,000 bearing Interest nt 5 per cent would bo retired In twenty u i 0 Paint Lick, Ky. This place Is located on the Madison side of Paint Lick, and Is one of the most desirable homes inthls thriving little city. It consists of 15 acres ofiland, being in blue grass for the past 40 years. The house is a one and a half story of 7 rooms'and an annexof 4 rooms with all necessary out buildings and good cistern. It can be divided Into nice buildlngpots that will sell readily. Terms $1000, cash on day Jof sale; balance In equal payments of one and two years. Possession to be given Januaryjlst 1917. l : ...... I 4 ' r.: H S rw.oo 41.13 lis S0.N ma r.7 33300 J1.75 8.M 8.01 M.7C 904.07 6C3.S 83190 75179 71L CW.M (19 l . SOU W.M W.t tt.3 iW t ID sort S0.M sa: M.M ail UM .n U 11 ............ K.U W.:t 80.11 t7.CS 23.86 S3.S3 90.9S (!.S1 ut U1 mu 3 AM M.Tt 61.S1 u U 1J W.: it U M n so.n ao.:t X:i S0.33 ta:t W.M tatt S.M Sil tmsa 81S.O VA3 407.91 347. n.:i WJ) n.rr n.oz 63.87 is ua lo. S3 es.ji not trs7 nut lu.a 1U0 3LC0 s.n tOOiSl 7. R.7I WW IXCOIM Total H.HUI who consider cxjicrts. soon. themselves Broilers worth 33 cents each do not A blind man, led by a woman, both cost moro than from 6 to 10 cents for I of them Inmates of tho Christian Coun- tl-- nnnr -farm i k'.vwt.,vu HiAm.nl.... at nnt.Anlfut iMiiuitnii ca t feed, and a grown fowl Is maintained - j , the clerk's office In Hopklnsville and for about $1.50 a year. Whllo tho product of a slnglo hen asked to be lssuod a marrtago license. if turned Into poultry meat or sold as The county clerk know that tho would-b- e puro bred settings may net $10 to $20 brldo had been married earlier In a year. If tho eggs aro sold for tablo life and bad never secured a divorce, use It would tako twenty dozen at 23 and ho refused to Issue tbo license. oents per dozen to reach $3. The net Every motor boat on the Kentucky profit then would be $3 or $3.50. Not River Is being operated In violation of nly aro the market conditions In fa- the federal regulations as regards the vor of producing a largo percentage safoty appliances or their equipment, of poultry meat, but this Is tho most according to Thomas W. Sweatt, spoconvenient plan of managing a flock ols! deputy In the office of the collectTbo owner merely sells such eggs re or of custom, Mr. Sweatt stated not wanted for hatching. that nineteen Kentucky River boats be Inspected were violating In every way the federal regulations, and that close Corn Fodder For Shsep. Kext to leguminous cropa like alfalfa to 100 other offenses were found. As and clover stands corn fodder as a a result of the violations the customs sheep feed. For breeding ewes well department has assessed many fines cured corn fodder Is especially destra that will aggregate $io,000 when collected. ble. To Clsan Paintbrushes. No matter bow hard a paintbrush has become, it can be made as soft and clean as new by simply boiling In water Into which has been put a little lye. A little washing powder or soap will do, but It will tako longer. The brush should be placed on end and the boiling water should be no deeper than the length ot bristles, as the boiling suds will Injure the handle. Turpentine will clean paintbrushes, but not after they have become bard. Itcpubllcan national campaign, Krncst J, Howell has been appointed superintendent of the flrrenilalo School by Governor Stanley, Twenty thousand bushels of corn sold on tho Henderson market for 8514 cents a bushel, the highest price paid In five years. Charles Evans Hughes, the Republican candidate for President, Rill open the Kentucky campaign at Lexington on Tuesday, September 5. President Wilson will come to Kentucky September 4 to accept the Lincoln Memorial farm on behalf ot the government. Senator Ottle M. James has promised to stump the stato ot Ohio In ot Senator behalf of the Pomercne. Edward Itutherford, 76 years old, a prominent farmer, and Mrs. Ida West, (0, were married In Nlcholasvllle. This Is Dr. Rutherford's third marriage and Mrs. West's second. El Paso, Tex., has been determined ns the border destination of tho Kentucky National Guard as foon as the thrco regiments are enlisted to the necessary strength. George Smith, winner of the Kentucky Derby, will be retired until next year, according to Information from the Saratoga (N. Y.) race course, where bo has been stationed. Tho teacher having the best moonlight school during the present school year will be given a trip to Washington, D. C, as the guest ot the Kentucky congressmen. With success crowning the efforts of Louisville business men In raising one million dollars for a factory fund, efforts will begin at once to Induce many new Industries to come to the Fall City. Mrs. Manlo Saunders Cobb Tlleston, of Louisville, sister ot Irving Cobb, has filed suit for divorce from Edward M. Tlleston, a machinery salesman of Chicago. Mrs. Tlleston charges abanDIOOOBD BTOOK U IUBDIER THAN TOR donment COMKOJ. A. T. Hert, Republican National wvekV egg product. It stands to reason Committeeman of the state, will bo In of tho egg charge of the Western headquarters of that at lonst supply will bare to bo marketed the Republicans at Chicago during the Two Incubators will enable campaign and will direct the fight In the territory west of Chicago In behalf tho owner to turn a largor proportion ot the egs Into poultry meat. It Is a ot Hughes and Fairbanks. Democratic headquarters will be pay to fair proposition that It will take eggs that are worth 2 to 5 cents opened In Louisville August 14 by Conaplooc and turn thorn Into chickens gressman J. Campbell Cantrlll. camthat have a cash vuloo of from 10 to paign chairman, and other prominent 0 cents apiece. Day old chicks sold Democrats. A conference ot party on their breeding qualities should bring leaders in eacb county will be called not less than 2ft cents each. Common before the headquarters are opened. Marked progress Is reported on the stock fitted for broilers at an ago of two months will soil for 30 to 40 cents Dixie highway route through Eastern eacb. The poulterer can depend on Kentucky, practically every county al growing the first pound and a half or ready having started work on lmproV' two pounds ot meat more cheaply than lng their proportion of the route, which will be Inspected by the Dixie any subsequent weight Those facta supply their own argu- highway officials In October. The Prison Commission has given ment. It Is nndoubtedly the best polemployees ot the icy for the average owner to turn ooe-h- notice to twenty-fouor more of his eggs Into choice Frankfort Penitentiary that their poultry. In this way a select family .terms ot office will expire September or restaurant trade can bo built up, 1. This timely notice Is given to save The board will tho customers being supplied with eggs embarrassment at its next meeting. fill the vacancies aod poultry meat as desired. Two members ot the Veterinary Tbero is much to be said for pure by act ot bred poultry, no matter what kind of Board, created have been the last Gen Assembly, appointed by marketing la to be done. Blooded eral Governor Stanley. They O. stock la hardier. than the common. It Tiffin, of Frankfort, andare Dr. D. H. Dr. E. not only grows mora vigorously and W oMmoreland, of Owcnsboro, Com larger, but produces better. There aro mlssloner of Agriculture Mat S. Cohen euro to bo occasional opportunities to Is chairman ot the board. sell extra fine chickens at fancy prices, The Workmen's Compensation and the most obscure owner will now Board elected Dr. Milton Board, of and again bo called on for settings of Louisville, medical examiner, and eggs If tlio breed l choice. In cases Cbarlos J. Howes, assistant secretary where the start Is made without much Dr. Board, whoso salary Is limited by capital a good plan Is to select a me- law to $3,000, win receive no straight dium eld's of pullets and use blooded salary, but will be paid for his actual males all tho tlmo, changing at least services. once a year. Captain W. n. Bettlson and Captain The earning caimclty of a well man- Archie Miller, of the United States aged flock of chickens N large, al- army, and Dr. It W. English, velerin though many owners who treat them , arlan, hava returned to Lexington for as n side line do not see any profit In ton purpose or purchasing 400 more I them. A hen of fair quality will lay horses needed for Immediate use by from twelve to twenty dozen eggs per united states troopers at Tobyhauna year. If of theo are turned Into poultry meat and the other sold Tho Stato Railroad Commission has . l t I at an nverago of 20 cents a dozen a ' ,v,V..M MID Til I IIIIUVII. r.CUlldlI Tl II dUlirUil' handsome profit will bo realized. Fif- Company from tho operation of the ty broilers at 33 cents each bring a long and short haul clause from Provl total of $17.50. while live dozen eggs ilenre and other West Kentucky coal at 30 cents make an nddltlonal $1.G0. ' fields, where the railroad competes . r. h It,- - rli .i. -ri.ll This Is all nolblc as the product of ono hen In a year, deducting .$3 for road to Louisville and vicinity. feed and other exivnsvs. There are j While many growers have pledged many 200 egg hens In the country to their crops to tho Planters' Protective day that really earn much more than Association It It Is reorganized, sever the flgurcri stated, and It should bo tho al counties in western Kentucky and aim of poultry owners tn get rosn'.ts West Tennessee have not responded that aro worth white. Amateurs who i as liberally .as expected, and. there Is .i . v. i, i will house and feed their poultry right .i i. it ima urKaiiizaiiuii win oe reuuuui will bo able to astonish many people vived. The proposition will be settled two-thirr . one-hal- f kll-n.I I 1 11 I 1 Itoosevelt will stump the mountains of Eastern Kentucky In Interest of the Upsetting a theory. Holding the breath. Snatching a chance. Grasping a situation. Hurling recriminations. Uatanclng probabilities. Overleaping conventions. Wrestling with a problem. Grappling with a difficulty. Catching up with the fashion. Heating the Devil. Judge. COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. GARRARD CIRCUIT COURT. James I. Hamilton, et al, PlITs. on Defts. Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the March Term, 1916, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction before the Court House Door in Lancaster, Kentucky, at 11 o'clock, A. M. VS. Clyde Pollard, et al, scribed as follows: Located and being in Lancaster, Garrard County, Kentucky, consisting of a house and lot containing about 31 acres of land, situated on the South side of Danville street in ssid 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 I'umphrev property, and contains 3i acres more or less, being the property conveyed to George Pollard by J. H. and Marv Ward by deed dated July 18, 1904, and recorded in Deed Book 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 after paying the judgments which fix a lien upon the Interest of a number of the joint owners herein fixing the to be paid out nf the proceeds of MONDAY, AUGUST 23, 1916, it being the first day of the Garrard County Court Term, the real estate mentioned in the pleadings and de- esch. TERMS: The sale will be made on a credit of six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price, said bond bearing six per cent interest from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. H. Brown, Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until the purchase money is paid. W. H. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. L. L. Walker, Attorney for Plaintiffs. Capt A. M. Bourne, Auct. ASSIGNEE SALE. By virtue of a deed of assignment, and under an order of the Garrard Circuit Court, the undersigned will, on the 28th DAY of AUGUST 1916 about the hour of 11 o'clock A. M , sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder, before the Court House door In the city of Lancaster Garrard County Kentucky, on a credit of six and twelve months, the following described property. Located in the City of Lancaster, Garrard County Kentucky, on the west side of Stanford Street and bounded as follows; Lots No. 4 and S beginning at a stake in the middle of Stanford street, thence with the middle of same N 2J E 6 poles, to a stake, thence N 85 W 27.36 poles, to a stake corner to lot No. 4, thence S 2 W 6 poles to a stake, thence S 85 E 27.40 poles to the beginning, containing Lot No. 1 acre and 4 poles. Mrs. Nancy E. Spilman, ambrosia Is used In connection wtth It la rather hard to see. It U common In the middle and northern states. where It overruns many Held In the lata summer and early fall. It Is one of the many weed that should be fought from this Urn on tUl frost la order to prevent Us aeedlng. Farm Progreaa. The Central Record $1.00 Per Year In Advance. Lancaster, - 87i E 10.16 poles, to Ashley (now Davis and Joseph) thence their line 2J E 6 poles to the beginning, containing 1 acre 1 rod and 25 poles. Alio 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 and others, by deed dated March 6, 1S82 and on record in the Garrard County Clerks office and conveyed to said Kerby after having sold a portion thereof to Thomas Carrell adjoining Kinnaird and Gill, and lots 5 and 6 herein before conveyed, all of said land Is in one body and the Asslg nee will first offer said land In two tracts, the one including the house and garden and described as followsia line commen cing at north corner of residence lot on btsnford 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 esst to the corner of this lot. with Mrs. West, thence north to the beginning. The other tract described as follows, adjoins the foregoing boundary on the north, Stanford street on the west, on the south by Itainey and Gill Heirs, and westtothgwestern boundary of said lot. A passway to he made by the owners of both lots. Is adjudged along the line of these lots, and between these two lots, 12 feet wide. The Assignee will offer said Lots separately and then aa a whole and accept the bid or bids that bring the most money. The purchaser will be required to execute bonds with good surety, bearing Interest at the rate of six per cent from date until paid, and a lien will be retained as additional security upon the said lots. This the 1st day of August 1916. beginning in the center of Stanford street, thence N 85 W 21) poles to a stake corner to lot No. 5, thence S 2 W 64 poles to Ashley, a staxe on William Wherrits line, (now Gills) S C Kentucky. JAS. A. BEAZLEY, Assignee of Ada Kinnaird. The Central Record, Thursday Aug 7, 1916. 1 The JZ no Great AUGUST 18lh Majestic Walking me 6ake. DO Will be baked at our store in the Airtight Oven of the Great Majestic Range on This is a large cake weighing about 32 pounds, jell between each layer and iceing on top. cake. to prove The object in linking this wonderful cakv. tlmt while iMkinii nil the goodness mid moisture is hiked in the enko instead of evaporating ns is the rase with so ninny inferior ranges on the market todny Don't foil to lie present to see nnd hear nil you ran also help rat the eake height then cut and servo to all. utes will again rise to its natural " 2j P . ) FRIDAY MORNING, Q OA QQ a . and at 3 p. m., same day, this mammoth cake will have 25 Ladies stand on it ancj crush it flat. The cake will then be placed back in the Majestic Airtight Oven and in about five min- Coffee, Cake and Hot Biscuits 2 (D CD fjq A Proof of Quality. Awarded Highest and (Irntid Prize tit the Panama Pacific Hxposition for being the Ilest Range Made DO J rt J CD f E? gS 3" a) Don't Miss This Wonderful C rt CD O i It Conn Bros Lancaster, n Served Free. Friday will be the big day. See us cook on a Majestic Range that has been constantly used 25years Demonstration. Demonstration closes Saturday. Buy now and save $8.00. Call whether you want to buy or not. 3 Ky. This Handsome $8. Set of Ware Free with each Range bought this wk, Conn Bros Lancaster, Ky. FOOTPRINTS ON THE SANDS OF TIME The Central Record incorporated, issued Weekly. $1.00 November. There are number of candidates ust primary. The very best way they Defining an Optimist. can get next to the hearts of their fel J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. An optimist may lie deMTlhed ns n low democrats is to show their worth pen-owho believes that n wolf Is coR.L ELK1N. Local Editor and Mgr. at this election. They can not shirk ins ti be cnpturtil during a big wolf now and get votes next year. Let us hunt. Atchison (Hobe. Entered at the Tost Office In Lancaster, Ky., have a wide awuke organization and give the National administration a vote i Mall Matter. at Petrified Motion. of approval in this county. "My hired mnn." stated Farmer Member Kentucky Press Association Hnmlienk, "Is the finest specimen of and Candidate Hughes must prove ngrent disappointment to .his party in his petrified motion that I have ever had Eighth District Publishers League. the pleasure of witnessing." Knnw speaking tour of the country. His City Star. speeches are lacking in force and Lancaster, Ky., August 17, 1916 originality and made up principally of Choose Your Own Plan. criticisms of hit opponent, the latches He who lets the world choose Ills of whose shoes he is unworthy tounlose. path of life for him has no need of Rates For Political Announcements He gives no intimation of what he nny other ruculty than the npellke For Precinct and Citv 01fi:e3 ...$ 5.00 would have done if In Wilson's place, one of Imitation. He who chooses his "or County Offices 10.00 contenting himself with words that own plan for himself employs all his and District Offices.... 15.00 for State border on abuse and which make him faculties. John Stuart Mill. 10 For Calls, per line ridiculous, lowering the campaign for 10 For Cards, per line the highest office almost to the level of Hurt Sensitive Customer. For all publications in the interthe constable's race. When corrected An clerk In n Snn est of individunls or expresin flagrant mis statements against the Francisco sporting good:! hnue recent' sion of individual views, per administration, he either fails to make ly cost the firm a good customer. The line 10 amends or does so in such a way as to buyer nsked to wv some ting collars, 05 Obituaries, per line increase the gravity of the oltense. selected one nnd paid for It. Right one spoiled It The republican candidate is proving him- there the self a very small man and unworthy of nil hy asking: "Shall I wrap It up Democratic Ticket. It, or will you wear It?" the office he seeks. His tirades against nnd send President Wilson are not making him Example Counts. any votes, as the people know what A good fight Is never for Its duy the president has done for the country and they will teach the former justice nione it is fur many days; nnd It Is not alone for lilm who bears Its utof the supreme court a lesson in most stress. No man can live his manners that will last him for all time. own life bravely and quietly nnd not be fin energy of social good, virtue proci'edlng from him to heal soma For President We sell old papers cheap. brother's wounded heart. WOODKOW WILSON. FOR KENT My house and three of Now Jersey. acres of land, just out of town limits. Service. For Vice President Possession given at any time. The aristocracy of the future Is In It will not be an aristocracy THOMAS It. MARSHALL, G. P. Terrill. l'hune 159. slpht. founded on might; It will not be nn of Indiana. nrlstocrncy based on the accident of CROP INSPECTOR birth ; It will not be mi nrlstoeraey by FOR CONGRESS. Irtue of possession, whether of Mrs. Minnie Hooper, of Lebanon Knowledge or of wealth ; but It will HARVEY IIELM.ot STANFORD, KY Junction, is the guest of her brother-in-labe an aristocracy of service. Matt. S. PfCOnd-Clannbsent-mlndenbscnt-inlnded a year. and prospective candidates for nomination for county offices at the next Aug- What Is Yours? Never wish for more than you coul I GARRARD CIRCUIT ever um for only what you uo Is John Foster's Admr., et nl really yours. vs NOTICE. COURT. PltTs. Defts. John Foster's Heirs, et al. Notice is hereby given that the undersigned Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court will sit in his office in the City of Lancaster for the purpose of receiving claims against the estate of John Foster, decerned, nnd hearing proof on claims on August 18th and 19th, 1910. Those having claims against the estate will file the same properly verified according to law. W. II. HROWN, M. C. G. C. C. Optimistic Thought. Mutnblllty Is of this world; to conic there Is no change. In that HIVING SWARMS OF BEES. :: 1 1 I t It W not necessary to tear down part of a building or cut down a tree In order to hive a swnrni of bees which arc In cither of these or any other place, according to Dr. J. II. Merrill, assistant entomologist In the Kansas SfcUe Agricultural college. Very little equipment Is needed If ono desires to blvc n sun nil which Is In nn old building- or a tree. The first thing to do Is to close nil tho openings except one. 0er this ojienlng place a beo escaiv or elso u long wire cono shaped so that the bees can outward through the cone, but cannot get back. A hlvo containing full sheets or combs of foundation should bo placed In ns near the cscnpo as poilble. this hlvo ono frame of brood should bo placed, nnd the beekeeper should be suro that both eggs nnd hatching larvno aro present. The bees will soon begin to como out of the hollow tree or building nnd In n few days will all o In tho hive. Within threo or four weeks, when tho bees aro tattled In tho new hive nnd tho queen beo Is laying, tbo escape may bo removed. Tho bees will then niter the hollow tree or the house nnd bring out tho Iwney which tbey bad Itored there. After tho honey has been entirely removed tho hlvo may bo removed to my other location desired. Tho entrance to tho old tre or house should then be closed up. l i Mendelssohn's Great Oratorio. Mendelssohn In 1S.'I7 rend the nineteenth chapter of the first book of Kings nnd was so struck by the erse, Where the Bird Learned It. "Heboid the Lord pusseth by," tlmt We.are authorized to announce J. O, "That parrot of theirs! Why, It he took It ns the foundation Ids Iiogie, as a candidate for the Democrallies nil all the gossip nf the' neigh, oratorio, "Klljali," which was of begun ratic nomination fcr County Court borhood !" "Ye. When It was learnIn 1SI0 and In 1810 sent for translaClerk, primnry to be held August 1117 ing to talk Ihey forgot to take It out tion to England, where, on August 18 of the room the day the sewing society rehearsals were begun for the first we are authorized to announce met." ISrinvnlng's Magazine. presentation of this work. Jepthn Onstott a candidate for the democratic nomination for County Court To Remove Stoppers. Appreciation vs. Thanks. Clerk, subject to the action of the pri When n glass stopper cannot ho A boy friend of mine, when delivermarv, August 1917. easily removed rap the neck of the ing mill; one day tool; n little three-year-ol- d bottle with some glass object. This boy niong with him. As they We are authorized (o announce K. It, sets up ti sjnipathetle vibration ond approached one of the customers tho Kay as a candidate fur the Democratic avoids breaking the receptacle In case lady was giving her children some nomination for Assessor of Garrard ono should heut It to loosen tho stopcookies. Seeing the llttlo fellow, she county, subject to the action of the per. Find un object of the same gave him n cooky also. My boy e, as the stopper. If glass or Primary, August, 1917. friend asked him, "What do jou say to and rap steadily on nil parts tho Indy?" And ho said, "I want urouud the stopper uutll it Is loosened. unothcr one." Cleveland Leader. The work of organizing the dem ocratic party for the November elec True "Native Son." tion should begin ht once. Mr It. L. About the Wedding Ring. Ho wus mi enthusiast, even for n The wedding ring Is of gold to sigElkin has been appointed campaign chuirinan and has agreed to give his nify the nobility and durability of af- native son, und shortly lifter his ar The form Is round to Imply rival In New York ho found himself time and eirort to leading us in the fection. In the midst of u group of men who light. lie requests that every demo- that love should never end. The pluce wero In u belated discussion of Hal-ley'- s Is on the third linger of the left hand, crat in the county who is interested where tho comet. He could not miss a undents thought there was and desires to help in the fight volun n vein Hint eiime directly from the thanee to get In a good word for the teer and immediately give his name in heart, uml where It Is always in view. deur old coast. "What," hg exclaimed, person or write or phone him. Our The third linger being a linger Icnst "llalley's comet hero? Pshaw! Hut party is without faction in this county used, the ring may bo least subject to you should have seen that thins from Sun Francisco." and the National Admlnistracion lias wearing out. the good will of all democrats uul Mixing Paste. independants, as well ns many proThe Test When flour paste becomes watery gressives. Those democrats who oirer Let mo nsk you u question; Did upon cooling, It Is eldeuce that the their assittance will be accepted In you ever, on u freezing winter day, mixture forming the precinct organization and stand precariously In one slippery Only Hie has been boiled ton long. best Hour should be used for the chairman would like to have your washbasin hlle you sponged your making paste. Many paper hangers name as soon as convenient. Chairman shivering self with ubout a quart of do not boll paste. They iiuiku u stilt Klkin is a opular democrat and we water from another china bowl? If batter with lukewarm wuter, stirring hope to see a wide awake active or- you think you would huvo persisted In out all lumps, und then briskly stir In ganization at work In tho county in a this, morning after morning, In an un- boiling wuter. When the muss thickshort while and If our democrats will heals! bedroom, through zero weather, ens continue stirring, hut udd no more I You belong to the elect. hot wuter. Pour u little cold wuter on do their duty to the party the county I salute you The Atluntlc. top aud set the puste uwuy to cooL will give u substantial majority in We are authorized to announce Mist Is inspecting the Jennie Iliunins a candidate for County which she reports School Superintendent of Garrard dition in this and County, subject to the action of the She is accompanied Democratic primary August 1917. Mr. Dan Milburn. Mrs. Hooper crops of the state. is in excellent conadjoining counties. bv her son. Carroll. Hughes. mm.Th)(mttMl, inn aBMiM-M....,- ,,. fTr i.ir.MSMilin.SajJMSLxJlljii..- (Ullibeth Krenlni; TIni. s: R0URB0N nOG CHOLERA REMEDY We can Insure your Tobacco, Hemp, Wheat in shock, stack or graincries. Gome sec us. c to Unta ir kK. I m it in tU lent in. I drink and tour it ,i r.mr bi.( choir . Jinn l . I unlil i 11. r., .1 w lost, cnl, c a month lor r.ih hot .1... ..I.. .... , BOW aca Irrp arm lire Irom wot ... anj il.tr.w. Al All Diucgutk BOmnOM KCMKIIY COUi-AM- . Italajluo. Br. rtu-- 1'if win r, Cur CHOLERA. WORMS. COUGH. THUMPS. , .,r .rgin.iti Hit i,otli, li.li dilution 1 hosi ,,, hint in.l EbVIORE & HOPPER Lancaster, Kentucky. U Sold in Lancaster, Ky., by J. R. Mount, Son & Co. tG Surplus $50.000. Capital $50.000. "A WOKD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT." He guided in your business methods by the experience of tho most successful business men. It is next to Impossible nowadays to find one who is not un earnest advocate of Modern Hanking Facilities. Life Is too short und strenuous to putter awuy along lines. Seek an alliance with a bank of established reputation, no matter whether your business be housekeeping, fanning, manufacturing or selling merchandise. Muscadine Punch' OUR NEW DRINK. Citizens National Bank OK LANCASTKH. KY. J. J. WAI.KEH, B. F. HUDSON. President. Joe J. Walxek, Jit., W. O. I'.IGNEV, Ass't Cash'r. W. F. CIIAMI', Ushier. Vice I'rest. r. It's Delicious. Mo Roberts Drug Store I I f The Central Record, Thursday Aug 17 1916. Miss Ruth Waller of Louisville Is the Mrs. John M, Farra left yesterday attractive guest of Miss Lida Itaney. for n weeks stay at Elixir Springs. A Miss Jeanle Lackey was in Stanford Mr and Mrs O, R. Carpenter are In JOHN DEERE AND IIOOSIER WHEAT DRILLS. Monday to see Mr John Itout who is III. Ilrodhcad nttending the fair, this week. A Miss Spencer of Lexington Is the Mrs. J, E. Dickorson and children, Your account is due and must be paid at once other attractive guest of Miss Elizabeth' are at that well known resort, Elixir wise I will have to force collections which I hate to do. A Brief Mention ol the Comlnji snd Gibbs. Springs, for a ten days stay. Goings by Thou Wt Arc Interested In. Having withdrawn from the firm of J. K. Mount GLAD Miss Cecil Ilatson is visiting her Mrs. Jnmes Stevens ami granddaugh ftrandmothcr, Mrs. John Hilton, at ter, Margaret Tucker of Covington, aro Son & Co., to go Into other business, I desire to thank with J. W. and family. One of the most humanitarian letters you! just eight months ago. 1 am n my customers for their patronage and request that Mr. Wm. F. Miller was In Cincinnati Stanford. Miss Kate Kinnalrd is on a visit to Misses Ilerta and Mary Roberts of ever written was recently received at well and happy man. I can do a day's Sunday. they come in and settle their accounts and notes now, hei sister, Mrs. W. R. llurnside at Somerset, have been attractive visitors the great Tanlnc Laboratories. It is a work with more ease than I ever did In Miss Able Dunn, principal of n prias I need the money to put into my new business. llarbourville. of Mr. and Mrs. Lute King on Hubble remarkable letter from it's sense of the past. My day came through an esvate school in I'ariK, Is hero visiting, tablished remedy called Tanlac. humanity towards all mankind, Miss Annallclle llurnside entertained pike. Respectfully, .Iprnmp Kirs Tuiflnp. I( V tl Flan. It h is made me feel fine - put real life Mrs. Charles Richardson of Lexingat a picnic Saturday evening in honor Mrs A. J. Manuel and little son of ,, nol al, ornlor . hp u not in'o me. That blessed medicine is a ton ii visiting her sister, Mrs. J. C viK Ky, of her guests. Crab Orchard aro visiting her son and man Rifted with a silver tcngue. His life preserver, and I gladly recommend Robinson. Judge John W. Hughes of Danville daughter here. Mr. L Manuel and Mrs jwor,3 are plain but thev come straight it to nny and all who think life is worth Alius Moll Ic Hughes of Ixiuisville made was here rrilav for the funeral of Willie Hall. from the heart, sincere, hotiett, trust- - living. 8 short stay with relatives hero tin M. D. Hughes. Jerome Ezra Taylor, Miss Ruth Waller of Louisville nnd'worll,y. truthful. past Week. R. F. I). 1. Danville. Ky, Mr. Taylor is an artisan, n steam Miss LaWrne Ncvltis has heen visit Miss I'earl Dickerson form a pleasant Mrs. H. C. KauUman and son, II. C. it is just such letters as these, from tng her grandmother, Mrs. Mattie Ne- - house party at the home of Mrs. John i ntter "V trade. hi appeal for the relief KautFman, have been visiting relative of suffering humanity would almost people who are grateful that has Hrown at lluckcyc. vius in Stanford. in Hudson. lanlac to become famous wring a heart of steel, touched the I "useti Mr. Hoyd k. Swope Is spending the ,, .. Mrs. James Hatcher and little son are from Main., m fl!fA,ni .1... f Miss Levy Dunn and Miss Toinlinson I last few days of his vacation with his Th home, after a pleasant visit to Great Lakes tn ti, r.nlf r u...i . of llrynntsville have victors of Mrs. at cousin. Mr. Spears Turley and other! Atlanta, Georgia. ., Tanlac is beintr lnir.Im,l in t,.n'. W A. I'rice. relatives in Richmond. L ine puimc ar.u. ...V "cnlucKy - caster at R. E. McRoUrts Miss Dorcas Francis of Richmond is 10 iiuililing trades.Master Charles Ilastln bus returned Tanlac may be obtained in thenearby Mr. George A. McRoberts of Coving - men: a visitor at the home nt Mr. and Mrs. from several weeksstay in Nicholaaville ton. arrived In the city yesterday and irch Kavanaugh. Do you suffer, due tooy.rwork ', try. "l "ZX r &. it allard: ..r'Ul,u mid Lexington. is the guest of hi, sister. Mrs. J. R. ng to rean a little harvest for vnur ?..'? .!. ' Mrs. Alexander Kennedy of Danville, Bn" "runi'r: '!"ea, -- ,r.nMount, on LexinL-toMr (leo. I). Robinson and two sons. avenue. ..1, i on a visit to her daughter. " Mrs, 8. E. Welch; Stanford, iV Drug Were among tlm Lancastrians nt the certainly is hard when you are sick slor,.. Junclion Cjty Catherine, the bright, 8 year-olWilliam Farnau. !e'M, Hnj Lexington fnir. 1,1 hei,r the ,loclor "Uggest a higher cli laughter of Mr. Robert Ledford of the They will save in insurance on your house, for they Evmi9; Kichmcnd. II L Ferry & Son- Miss Rufh Carrier and brother Miss Mary Davis hps been visiting i'aint Lick section, ha, about recovered, mntt!' saving. It is your last chance! Cra, Orchard, l.yne llros Ilurgin G can't burn. And in addition they arc permanent, weather-proo- f, Homer are both unite ill of that dread M- suffering T. Scl.oolfield; Danville. John S Wells' from a serious attack ot typhoid fever. relative in Mt. Vernon ami attending w"t to fine in upiearancc and inexpensive. malady, typhoid fever. trom a run oown system, and hearing! U. K. McRoberts. Lancaster, ami W. G the Ilrodhead fair. Mrs. Sylvester Jordan and son, For SjIc by 2 my physician say there is no cure for, West, Silver Creek. ..in .iiB'coim .inner 01 menu ond Is in Mm. C. F. Denman of Nicholasvillc, of Terre Haute Ind., were called is here thii week visiting her sister, this vicinity visiting .Mesdaines Joe to the bedside of her mother, .Mrs. J. Contractors or Ccirtright Mctnl Roofing Co. llurnside and Charles llallew, Mrs. 11. V. Rastin. W. I'umphrey, who is slowly improving. .10 North ainl Street Miss Iuise Ware of Columbus Ohio, I'n. I'liiln.iel.iliin. t Mrs. Joanna Kail Mr. J. Sterling Herron, who is atSaturday to has been YOli'U. IIND IT IN THIS COLUMN. I the guest of Mesdames Robert tending FARMER'S COLUMN visit her daughter. Mrs. Ernest Italian Smith h llusiness College, in McRoberts and R. II. Spindle, Campbell in Stanford. Lexington, spent the week-enwith Mifs I.ucile Sutton, Mrs. Francis May his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Herron Mr. and Mrs. John E. Storines visited Room far rent apply to Mrs II. F. and grandmother, Mrs. Kauirmaii, have space helaw Ihlfl titflliK ts lot the esclll- Mrs. J. Itoekwell Smith at her Danville Miss Anna Miller and Misses Mary heen guests of Mr. and .Mrs. Fred ire me of our farmer siil..orltN;rs. ml Is for Walter phone 61. home last Friday evening. ami uiemenunu tisentr or Charleston, mo .ic ol noe. gimii nt .itch thitus un Sutton. ,,ie Isrmer rsiitiut ntToril to Money to loan on real estate. Apply West Va, are here for a visit to their1 'rnl Mrs. .Mary Coley lias returned to her No no'lf" "I" seeeplKl "vtt lour tc H. Clay Kaufman, Attorney. Mary, the daughter of and i.r:in,l nnrnl Mr on,l ' home in Itichmund accompanied by her nvu 1. lies of Die and will beouljr Mr and Mrs Ceo. Noe of east Garrard, Mrs. N Miller. Itlaef. sister. Mrs. Zerelda Gullcy. free otchatge WANTED-1- 00 cars of wheat; will tiled of cholera idfantum and was buried OF Mrs. R. 11. Whitaker and son. LeonMr. Charles Collier of Furk Ridge. Monday nt Manse. For Sale; A good Southdown buck. pay highest market price. Have lots ard J. of Yates Center Kan., will arTennessee, iimilu n short stay here with of new unused sacks. Henry Arnold, Hyattsville. .Miss Sallic Myers has returned rive Wednesday to be with her mother, Roy S. Schooler. relatives at Ills former home. from I'aint Lick where she has been Mrs. James I'umphrey, who has been FOR 00 tobacco sticks. Mr. Homer V. Ilatson and litllii engaged for several weeks as u For Sale. Morgan. Sweeney nurse confined to her bed for several weeks. daughter of Louisville, have been visit in a typhoid fever case. Household and kitchen furniture. Mr. and Mrs. George M. Lyons and FOR SALE: Lot of good mixed ing Mr. and Mrs. K. II. Uatson. Messrs Walter Elkin of Louisville Miss Nannie Anderson motored through hay. Mrs. John Mount. Mrs. II. F. Hudson, Miss Helen (Jill and Robert Simmons of Richmond have to Cincinnati lost Tuesday, where they Mrs. Victoria Anderson. I will at two o'clock P. M., on and Alice Rigney have returned from a been visiting their couins, Mr Alltn will remain for several days buying' LOST sojourn at Chautauqua New York. Fo SALE 2j good ewes and 3 extra Johnson and Miss Florence Johnson. their fall stock of dry goods and milliHrown raincoat. Reward to finder. good Poland China boars. Mrs. J, l!o Young is making u sevMr. and Mrs. Luther Foley and son, nerv. Miss Jennie Higgins. Walker Ilradshaw. eral weeks' visit to her son, Mr. Frank Mr. Herbert Foley, motored over from Mrs. Joe llrj ant is arranging to go Young and wife in New York City. Lexington and were guests of Mr. and Sunday to Middletown Ohio, tn join her1 FoR DALE 150 bushels of barley, 73 PRIVATE GARAGE. Mr. Jack Pearl, wife and attractive Mrs. John llallard and .Miss Marie Hal husband who is located there in u large bushels of seed rye. Mrs C. A. Robinson. Central location. Will rent cheap, factory establishment. They will oc-- ! sell at public outcry in Lancaster, Ky., in front of the little baby, of London are sojourners lard. I'hone "i. at the home of Mrs. U. I). Simpson. Mr. Owen doodloe, formely of this cupy a residence with Mr. and Mrs. thorough-breFOR SALE: Ten Rex Theater door, my city, but now living in Somerset from Elmer Deathridge, formerly of Rich- -' lambs. I'rice $15. Southdawn buck Misses Jennie and Nellie Cox have which place he travels for The Van mond Kv. TOBACCO TENANT WANTED. each while they last. returneil from a visit to Miss Ellen Dereing Mr. and Mrs. Robert Embry and sons. A. D, Ilradshaw, Scott and other relatives in Stanford. ington. Hardware Company, of Lex I'hone or apply to Henry Lloyd at AND William ami Sam, left a few days since Stanford. Route I. Jack Adams residence. I'hone 201. Miss Mary Arm. hi has gone on it visit ! .Miss Horence Johnson entertained at for an automobile trip through Ohio. LOST Ilig. handsome, black white to N'icholasville kinsptople and will ih..v novin., 1,.., i..i.,.i . w by TERMS: One half cash on January 1st, 1917, also visit Frankfoit before her return. a well npKinted C o'clock dinner on Messrs Hert Embrv and Joe West who and tan bitch, just weanad puppies. HORSES AND MULES WANTED last Saturday evening, the honoree of when deed is to be made, and one half to be paid July Mr. A. F. Sanders and family, Mr. the affair being Mifs Viola Beagle of have gone with them to Niagara Falls Lft A. K. Walkers July 5th. Any I will buy some good cotton or army information will be appreciated. and Canada. mules or horses. 1st, 1917, bearing interest from January 1st, 1917, I). C. Sanders ami family motored to Georgetown. Woods Walker. W. Ii. Burton. Mr. and .Mrs. R. B. Spindle Sr.. Mr. lxingtun and enjoyed a day nt the Mrs. h. C. Gaines gave a 0 o'clock when full possession will be given. Lancaster, Ky. Fair. course dinner Tuesday ut her home on Theodore Spindle, of Christiansburc. FOR RENT My farm of Gl acres me outiaing ana me grounu on Mrs. Joe i win Maple Avenue, the honoreeof the social Va, and Mrs. Randolph Wilson of Waco for 1917. For particulars apply to llinternish returned to her FOR SALE. J. A. Conn, Jr. Lsncaster, Ky. which it stands, and then offer the adjoining lot and home in Covington, Sunday, nfltr a atiuir having tieen Mr. G. C. Fans ef Texas, made n motoring trip through from the Old Dominion, and were guests Denver Colorado. Having jold my Barber Shop, I have then the whole thereof, being the lot I purchased from months stay with her daughter, Mrs. FOR Jersey an eight room house, for several days of .Mr. and .Mrs. R. E. practically new. N. Miller. Miss Nancy Walker and W. B. McRoberts. Hull 18 months old. 1'erfect color and on 13. Conn, and the bid or bids realizing the most mon Crab Orchard St, for sale. For any Ilurton. .Mr. Herbert Ellis and II. J. Tinsley. markings. Mr. Herbert Ellis has returneil to his information see Malcolm House. cy will be accepted. Picture Show and Theater Fix home m Wilson, North Carolina, after Mr. Robinson Cook's set of society Kavanaugh were a quartet of Lancaster, Ky. people who uttended the Lex- young folks enjoyed an outing Tuesday tures to be reserved. The building Is a three story a plviisrnt sojourn with his friend. society Fair Saturday. FOR RENT-- 35 acres of good grass in the way of a picnic held amidst the ington NOTICE. W. II. Hurtnn. and plenty of water. structure of concrete and was erected in the Mrs. W. S. Elkin and Miss Jennie picturesque surroundings of the iron Having sold my place nnd entire Mrs. Carrie Davidson. Mr. and Mrs. Hanks Hudson and Mra bridge across Dix River on the new It is feet. J. Rockwell Smith feet and stands on a lot business and desiring to close up. all R. F. D. no. 3. Lancaster. were here Friday Duncan motor over every other clay to Cook accounts at once, will ask that those feet. Everything in per afternoon for the funeral of the late Stanford to see their sister, Mrs. Char- Danville road. Mrs. W. R.attended and The adjoining lot is Miss Sue Shelby .Mason as Foil SALE 400 bushels extra quality. knowing themselves indebted to me will lotte Warren who has not been so well chape rones. feet repair, and located one block from Public Square. M. D. Hughes. absolutely clean wheat. during the past few dais. kindly call and settle immediately. G. A. Swinebroad. Contracts will be entered into on day of sale, and Mr. David Craig, one of J. W. Smiths W. E. Moss is reported somewhat The party given by James Siler las J. E. SCOTT, popular jounc clerks, lias returneil after Saturday night at the home of his Buena Vista Ky. the purchaser Is to give approved security on same. FOR SALE;-Thr- ee thousand good a delightful week's visit with relatives better much to the gratification of his grandmother. Mrs. McCarley on the friends; his not being u ease of typhoid oak tobacco sticks. C. Green, at Mt. Vernon. Crab Orchard pike was quite enjoyable. SWEEf CLOVER SEED. fever. .Miss Head, a professional nurse I'aint Lick, Kv though the rain hindered some of the Mr. and Mrs. II. V. Itaotin entertain from Lexington, is in attendonce. young belles and beaux from being in Direct frcm grower. White aud bied at n delightful course dinner last STR A YE D : From my place Sit Hon. J. Hunt McMurtry, week in lienor of Mr. and Mrs. Kobert IS1 Hull ennial yellow; hulled and unhulled. well attendance. A delicious course of re - urdav Autrnst Eth. a nle ColT, of Cincinnati. rtmembered in this enruty where he iresliments was one of the attractive weight about 900 pounds. Information Special sacrified seed for fall sowing. formely lived, being1 ut one time our features. will be rewarded. J. C. Mortmn. Also pure sweet clov-i- extracted honFriend and relatives of Mrs. J. W. ey. Prices and circulars sent free. county school superintendent, was in Misses Jane and .tiary uoiy. .Mrs. I'umphrey will regret to Iturn that she JOHN A. SHEEIIAN. v...j ..wU.u. ,v, . ... the city for a few days last Tuesday. uwtii, e (.win-,.. t..i. i n si ,u. i is ipiitc ill. her children having been wet.nv. 01 two by four lumber. .,B. ... Will sell cheap It. F. D. No. 4. FALMOUTH, KY. .1 t tins cuy, .urs. uouert walker of Paint for cash, also five new lriv frames. c tiled to her bedside. Mr. Vul Cook went to Cincinnati last pd I. . ...... lr. .f . ... .lunntmr. ..f Ti.Ij.. llllll u It u..(i(i.MK u ui.tl. Hughes llros. Mrs. J. M. Frazee of Mkvcville comes frinday to visit his friend. .Mr. Will Okla, made a motoring tour Tuesday to Thursday nrght to spend a week here ll.ee Anion who is there attending un TWENTY-FIVYEARS. llarrotlsburg, Lexington One horse wagon and r OR at her girlhood home with her daugh- Art School, but who exiwets to return and ut the State Capital and Frankfort. - harness;SALE: one buckboard and two fe were enterThe Cortright Shingle has 1 recotd of to Lancaster probably within the next ter, Mrs. Henry Lloyd. tained by Mrs. Francis's sister, Mrs. (boxes, capacity 10 bushels each. twenty-livyears on a roof without wevk. Miss Carrie lioulden who has been in Mrs. I. C. Rucker, Robert Aimstroug. leak. This roof is good today. I have Mrs. Jas. A. Iteazley entertained at Nicholasville anil other Central Ken I'aint Lick, K. the exclusive agency for this shingle Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Anion were the e dinner, the tucky towns with friends, is again with a and Jwould be pleased to quote you host and hostess last Friday evening of guests having been Mrs. Win. Jones Strayed from my place ut Hyatts beruunt, Mrs. John Crutchtitld. a congenial coterie, covers being laid ville u natural muley, red heifer cow, prices. I can furnish you building maand daughter. Miss Annie, of near Winterial of any kir.d and would be pleased Messrs William White and frank chester, and Mrs. Chas Richardson of at handsome course dinner for the about ary. Weighs about 1,000 pounds to have you call me. Hnrrokl of Indianaolis left for (heir Lexington. following guests: Dr. and Mrs, Jackson very dark around head white tail from C. S. Roop, home Monday after a delightful of Danville. Mr. iiik! .Mrs. T J. I'rice, isit buh to body und very large feet. Any Misivs Ida May and Lily Dale Grant of this city, and tlieir southern Carpenter and Contractor, with Lancaster friends and relatives. visitor, information will be appreciated. leiue the last of the week for Virginia Cartersville, Ky. Friends of Mr. Thad N. Aldridge of where they will make a recuperative' Mrs. M. II. Mnlirv of Taimoi l'l,,r;,l.. Joe Criscillis. " Mr. and Mrs. It. L. Elkin. and .Mr. and Stanford, who was badly injured in un sojourner a fortnight or Jonjvr at Mrc. II. Clay Sutton of this city. FARM FOR SALE. auto uccideut some time ago, will be Craig Healing Springs in the Blue gratified to know that he is recovering Ridge Mountains. Mrs. Win. Jones and Miss Annie On Sugar Creek, five miles from Lan and wo hope tu soon see him out again. Jones, of Clark counlv, and Mrs. Char- caster known as the John Lackey farm, Representing the heirs of Mrs Willie Mrs. Nannie Ray went to Rockcastle les Richardson of Lexington, were the ror information see W. II, Lackey, House, deceased, I will on t Miss Nannie Goodloe, u teacher at rounty to islt ber sister, Mrs. Hicks, Sunday ut un elaborate dinner Lancaster, ivy. Talladega Alabama, and Miss Virginia mid to attetd the llrodhead fair, she honorees Friday, August 25th. 1916 served ut high noon at the houie of Mr. Good loo, an Instructor in tlio Willam taking a Mora! exhibit with her. having and Mrs. J W. Sweeney at the entrance beginning nt two. o'clock, on the prem-iseArgo Institute ut Colorado Springs, been a winner with her Lancaster UVK STOCK M.lllKKT. of Hill Court, Mrs. Joues, Miss Jones, three miles from Lancaster, on have been hero visiting their father, Mowers In last season's contest. CINCINNATI I'.NIOS kKHK VAKIIS, and Mrs. Richardson were also honor the New Danville pike, sell to the liiuh- Mr. W. 0. Goodloe. Aug IS Callle llot Stlreti est bidder the following real estate und Strongly Dcforo you decldo on any wagon, examine tlio Columbus. Ktv. and Mrs, II, S. Hudson ure at guests at a most nounteous dinner Mr, It. II. Ilatson left Tuesday for home, after a visit to the tatter's girl- spread on Wednesday ut the country CATTLK i bli!.H r . Tl'iJilsTS personalty; built of tlio best possiblo material tba Columbus wagon gives tlio most Dutclier steer eitrs. 00t S Fairfield, III, tor a stay of three weeks. hood home at Springfield. satisfactory scrvico for tlio longest period of years. Tliero is no secret in One good three room house and four Tl.ry were home of Mrs. Robert E. Henry, and Uoud tit choice 7 M,t k IA Mr. Ilatson owns a large farm near accompunitd on the tup by their house will again be entertained ut it full Couuuou to fair acres of land, well improved with new tlio notedly long life of tlio Columbus wagon. It is tba result of Uio this city and goes at this time to lock guests, Mrs. Thompson and daughter, course dining Fliday by Mrs, J, C. llelfers, eslra tobacco burn, largs enough to house 7 (I methods employed in construction. Theto is no wood in this wagon (loud to choice .. S 7J4 to three acres of tobacco, after bis crops, which he says are very mi.a aiiv Tlinm... uuder shelter from ouoto two years. which has not been I:. . ttuiiipsuii, ii. IIUIHIIU JHUI.- -. l!,,l,i.,.,,o well watered s :as i'ouiuon to fair in. with good abund.iut there this year. pool and cistern. Tbo land Tlio axles and tlio spokes of llm wheels are hickory; tlio hounds, Cows, estra 7 go Mrs. W. A. Arnold bus returned from aro oak, and tlio bottom of tba box is straight is in a high state of cultivation, two bolsters am) saudboards tlowl to choice . 6 TSJ t M Misses Mary and Jane Doty, Mrs. J, Asheville N. C, and reports Mrs. Far-kCARD OF THANKS. Cotumou to fair grained flawless pino. Tlicso aro just a few examples of tlio cara which is I Mn i it acres now being in tobacco and the reHr ml ford Jennings, Mrs. Frank II. Gregory having M id the trip quite ('aimer 1 desire to thank those, from the botsvk4m mainder in com. At the same time taken to mako this wagon as reliable as possible. Tlio result is that tbo Msrksbury and Mrs. M. K. Denny com- well, and giving promi o of improve. . 3 M4 s ;t UulU balosuas.... will sell one mule colt and all household Columbus wagon is unbeatable in reliability and endurance. Come in posed a party of Lancaster women who me.-i- t in health. Mm. Arnold will leave tom of my uchlng heart, for the kind, Kat hull s Till ; in and kitchen furniture. and cxamino it for yourself. Wo know you will bo pleased. partook of tlio hospitality of Mrs. J, In a few days for her home in Winches ness and sympathy shown me und my t'ALVKS: eilra. Ui"4IS family during the sickness and deuth of Fair to good K00 41JIXI TERMS OF SALE. Rockwell Smith ut Danville Thursday. ter. ., J Wtll Ui Mrs. Annie Murai'i. Coiuiiiouau.l lar.. mv husband. ill iwrsonul property, cash in hand. 10 Uhaio si HttiS:iOo4 avkert sn4 batchers ' Mrs. W. A. I'rice was hostess at a Mrs. J. A. Anion presided at a hand- The hcuse and land will be sold one- 10 tv.no rO Ml4 very enjoyable picnic given last Satur- some noon-daCenter Brothers bought a pair of Slags paekera dinner Wednesday, the lSm7M half cash, January 1st. 1917, when day at the Fair grounds. Miss Viola guests having been Mrs. Charles West, mules of T. A. Brent, of Lincoln tor I'tmiuion to choice heat jr fat tows, 7 ooftf 9 00 will be given, balance on u 10 U41t U Ueugle of Georgetown, Mrs. Ray L'ubl bitters of Texas. Mrs. Charles F. Denman of credit of twelve months, with lien note . lim. (11(1 lot kudleso &4V7i bearing six per cent, and four little sons, of Florida, Nicholasville, Mr, und Mrs. Henley V. C. C. McClure bought a jennet with interest from Jan 6 7V.4 710 SIIKKI'ieitra Misses Allie and Levy Dunn were the Bustin and Mrs.' W, M. Elliott Sr, of jack colt by side, of Smith llaughmar, Uood to choice A. J. HOUSE. t Uk& 6 a uary 1st, 1917. BRYANTJjjVILLE, Ky. honorees of the open-ai- r function. this city. fur $150. Common to fair t Wpi co Capt. A. M. Bourne, AucL HOIIN DEERE AND OLIVER SULKY PLOWS. Gossip About People DANVILLE MAN'S LETTI MAKES STRONG APPEAL; ADVICE FOR WEARY. 1 JOHN M. MOUNT I .,.., .,,,.,. ,h, - .', j - T n .!.. 1 Ros-co- e, i PUBLIC SALE CITY PROPERTY. J r v.. ; -- Iu BALE-10.0- -' Saturday. August 26, '16 GARAGE PROPERTY 10-t- f d REX THEATRE ' ursi oner J. Miss-Edn- a 40x100 yearl914 40x135 40x135 Luther E. Perron. r , st-- i, t.ii1, -- if..if.i,ii..,i 1 ' E e hand-nin- 11 ,73 PUBLIC SALE Don't Buy a Wagon Until You Have Seen the Golumbus T air-dri- I . 1 K er . . . ' BECKER & BALLARD PHONE 27. Or-re- ll I The Central Record, Thursday Aug 17, 1916 Mrs. Surlldi Itutson, probably tha kentuckV largest woman In Kentucky, died at KENTUCKY NEWS The following are the dates fixed foi her homo In Paris. She welghod slightly over COO pounds. Tho frame- holding the Kentucky fairs for 191(1 ai CUT TO THE QUICK work of the door and part of the far as reported. brick wall of her residence had to bo TayloTsvllle, AuRUst 14 days. FOR BUSY READERS removed to allow tho casket to bo Henderson, August fi days. Danville, August 2- -3 days. Methods of Successful Mich taken from the house. Ten pallbearers Hires, August 2- -3 days. wcro required. Illue Crass Fair, Lexington, August Henderson will oto on the coin nils igan Farmers, Tho "unloaded gun" was the causo 11 days. Ion form of city government of a fatal shooting In Harrison county Unlontown, August -6 days. .Mrs. S. S. Hush, S3 years old, ol when Tommlo Italley, 7, was playing Kern Creek Fair. Iluechel, August 9 At this time, when the fight on the Frankfort, tho first woman elected with the weapon while his playmate, BEisHH 4 days. ssjissts scssESVsa titHftT"' Hessian Fly la becoming so wide- Librarian at tho Capitol, died at Cape Vlrgle Sowder, was looking on. TurnAlt. Vernon, August May. spread, and every Implement of flff 31. E. McKoberts. Druggist. Lane.s.e, Ilurkesvillo, August days. Is being used, any word or methThe twenty years .electric light and ing tho gun on the little girl. Tommle Perry ville, August 9- -3 days. od of control Is eagerly sought. To tho power franchise for tho city of I.ex said: "Look out or I will shoot." "pestered" wheat growers nothing Is Ingtnn sold for 110,000. Lawrrnceburg, August IS 4 dsjs. Nine cent Tho gun was discharged and tho lend Spepherdsvllle, August 15- -4 days. nioro acceptable than news ot tha current Is provided. of shot entered ttie child's t ody fro-success of other practical farmers Of the 3,582 Confederate pensions Owrnsboro, August 15- -6 days. died two hours later. and because of this tho experience of granted, 2,910 remain on the roll, and which hn Ilrodhead, August lfi- -3 days. Tho fall session of the Wostern Mr. P. I. Simons of Calhoun County, will participate In the August dlstrl TrI County hair, banders, August 16 , Normal school at Howling (Ireen opens Mich., Is worthy of nolo. It Is not a button. ' one year's test, but observations THE LIFE OF THE HESSIAN FLY (From the U. S. Dept. of Agriculture) rrt-luuiuii uiuj i , ! dreat Interest Is manifested through Septemli ter n .1.... from thrco crops that tbe conclusion out every county In the Kentucky Stats secured from the county superintendKnights of 1'ythlss Ksir. Stanford, Is based upon. to be held In Fair Srptem ent of tho tarlous counties, The at- August 23- -3 dsys. The life history of the Hessian Fly is shown above. The As Mr. Simons tells It: "Tho wheat tendance during the past echolaitle Columbia, August 22- -4 days. life of the adult fly is but a few days, probably but a week or field was severely attacked by thl bcr Should be Engraved or The Kentucky Messenger Is tho Frankfort, August 29- -4 days. less, and the great mass of the flies will appear at about tha Hessian fly, and tho average yield name of a new dally paper In Coving' year reached 1,820 different Embossed nowadays. that year was 3 to G bushels per aero. Ilardstown, August 29- -4 days. and It Is predicted that the If the wheat is town after the flies appear by the Klght across the fence from my wheat ton, the first Issue to come out on school will make a same time. Niclio'asvllle, August 29- -3 days. health growth dur Labor Day. It reflects good taste and Penny royal Fair, Ilupkinsville, Aug. time the wheat is up they will be gone and the plants escape field was another on the same kind Colonel Fred Gardner, tbe l)emo- - Ing the coming year. of ground that had been prepared la 6 days. 4at once creates a favorable catlc nominee for Covvrnor In Mis, Dr. M. C. Dunn. 52 ycors old. Presi- ust29 the attacks of the fly. practically the same way. Klizabethtown, August 29- -3 days. Is a Kentucklan, a native of impression. "The dlffercnco was that I used sourl. dent of tho Henderson School Experiment stations urge you to sow wheat late in order 200 pounds of Ilarhouraville, August 30 3 days. Hickman. a complete fertilizer and wldel) known among phslclans Suppose you come and see Colonel K. (1. Iluckner has donated to escape the Hessian Fly. Experience has taught you that per aero. Tho application was mad In Kentucky, was shot and killed on 120,000 to with the many Seautiful samples the best yields are secured from plants that enter the winter grain a fertilizer attachment to tho be used for the city of Owensboro to the streets In Henderson by Charles the erection of a tubercudrill at tho time of sowing. At we have and get our prices. M. Wyni. 31, a carriage worker with strong, healthy growth four different places across tho field losis hospital. A Kentucky soldier named August W)ne recently filed suit against Dr strips were untreated and the entire Solve this Problem by seeding late and hastening tha fall Sleek, of l.ewlston, was kicked on the Dunn, for ilO.ni") tljmapes, al.egin; field was seeded to closer. growth by the use of 200 to 400 pounds of fertilizer contain "Up to Juno 10th tho fly had not head by an army mule at F.I Paso and that the phjslclan hail attacked Mrs killed. attacked my fertilized wheat, but had In tile office The undersigned hereby gv warning 2 to 3 of available ammonia. Acid phosphate alo-- e Postive announcement that Vice Wjne attacked the unfertlllzod wheat In the not to trespass upon ing to all Officers of the First Hrglr.ient. I will not give the necessary.quick, strong, healthy growth. If the same field to such an extent that the President Marshall will open Kenfly does not happen to be present this year, the good effects drill rows whero no fertilizer was tucky's Democratic campaign at Win- tucky National Cuards, sl.it loiiel at our lands lor any pursue whatever as used appeared as wagon roads across chester, Saturday, September S. was Fort Thomas, offered In their zeal to we will prosecute all offenders to ful upon both the wheat and the grass seeded with the wheat the field. At this time the field across made In Washington. peace stre 11th. lfstt extent of th law. Hunters and. Pending a settlement through nrbl swell their r.u ks In 11 mino had practically .i repay many times the cost or the added ammonia. alou the fenco from yielding only 3 bush- tratlon, dlllicultles between thcmoelvcs dollar each for recruits Induced Fishermen especially take notice. win been destroyed, by member ot the cemmand tu J t.i Kd & N II Price K.UKIkln els pa.' acre. My wheat threshed out and Western Kentucky mine operators, the First's standards cannot afford to be without this Fly Insurance. The money If W. It. Cook. Mm Kebrcca J. West. 21 bushels por acre. The fertilizer 6,000 union miners of that district tot- being paid out of a regimental fund II. C. Arnold. James (!, Conn, Head Farmers' Dulletln 640 (U. S. Dept. of Agriculture) which says: been and the IUn. It Is said. Is proving an that year meant an lncreaso of at ed to resume work. They "The application broadcast of some J. C. Morgan J. P. Illsn.1. on strike for about three months. fertilizer containing least 15 bushels por acre to tne. means of bringing men to Long Ky. large percentage ot phosphate, made as soon as general Infestation la apparent Experts nay there are very poor etflcaclous Itros J. II. and W. S. Weaver "Now, when tt camo to tho seeding the colors will cause the plants to tiller more freely and give them sufficient vigor to J. Iloolli Sutton. W. T. WesL whero no fertilizer was applied I fail- prospects for fruit in the state this Kentucky and Tennessee tuiuci withstand the winter, and thus Increase the number of healthy stems th year. Apples will not mako oneha'.f following spring. While It may seem 'far fetched' to bring forward ai ed to get a clover stand, while on the firms hate won another point for the W. L Lswsnn and son. Howard King, No. '10 Cincinnati Express, Peaches show a condition of ehlpment of tobacco to Germany nm' Miss Csrrie llouldrn, Held I had crop. a preventive measure the enrichment of the soil, i fertile soil will product fertilized portion of the J. II. Itlgsby. daily 4:30 a.m plants that will withstand with little Injury attacks that will prove dlsastrour the best clover In the neighborhood." 65 per cent; pears. 62 per cent and Austria, members of congress from J. C. Itinsby. John Itichardson, to plants growing on an impoverished or thin soil. This Is because a fertut SpeNo. 4 It should not be taken that fertili- grapes S6 per cent. IK) in uiese siait-neing autiici u uie A. U. .Miles, J. II. Wools. Crop reporters statu that the corn zer will kill the fly. It Isn't an In6:03 a.m soil will enable an Infested plant to tiller freely, and these tillers will have sufcial, daily state department that the HrltUh i ll .Thompson J no. AI. Farra. ficlent vitality to withstand the winter and send up stems lo secticide, but it fulfills Its mission crop in tho statu was grratly damage government will not disturb shipments II. L. Kelly. No. 28 Blue Grass Special, David Steven. the spring, when tbe Increased health and vigor (luring July by the exresslvo dry we of tobacco through the .Netherlaud-Oversedaily except Sun...6:08 a.m. Frank Thompson, S. C. Itlgsby. ot the plants results, nnd thus the tner. The condition of the corn crop trust which are necessary No. 14 Carolina Special, J. II. Thompson. fly turns to tho weaker, sicklier plants Is given at 90 per cent ot tho average Hit tmell.if! ,rtnlMi-l- , l!unnn AtunM I). M Anderson. daily 7:00 a.m Am and Kd llourne. ''avis Sutton to carry on the destruction. Souring crop. rin firms and the Central powers No. G Local Express, daily 1:35 p.m JSenator Tom Taczart. of Indian Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar late will help avoid the fall brood, David Wiseman, former resident f has assured boosters of a Federal Kstlll County, but who has been In the I'. H. Thompson. No. 2 Cincinnati Limited, W. II. Cummins. but no recourse other than hating ha Farm l.oan Dank for Uiuiivllle. that, gold mining business in Ilrltlsh Colum- - Jerry llland. good strong healthy plants can daily 5:20 p.m 12 Royal Palm, daily.. 5:87 p.m turned to so that tho spring brood In the event Indiana doeo not see! bla for many years, discovered gold We will add other names for 25 cent will not have the chance ot profit- - It, he will be for I.oulivllle as agalns ore In Kstlll County set era! dsys ago. cash. Cincinnati. taking. report from the United States and a S Loca Express, Commissioner of Agriculture. Cohe Assaycrs. recelted. Z ). It will run daily 11:03 a.m. estimates tho yield of tho wheat crop 12.50 to the torn Wiseman sas it can STAMP OUT THE FLY year at nine bushels to the acre be mined profitably at tl.50 per ton, "N. II Royal Palm, daily..ll:20 a.m. this The llesston fly greatly damaged the and will organize a company at once 3k. 1 New Orleans Lim"Three things are necessary tn wag. wheat In many sections and the ave to develop the territory. ited, daily 11:35 a.m. Ing a successful warfare against the ago In some parts ot tho state Is only Plant On or After These Fly Free Dates (From U.S. Dept. of Agriculture .No. IS Carolina Special, Somerset and Putaskl County are Hessian Fly, viz: thorough prepara three bushels to the acre. If drought prevails, the seeding date should be longer delayed daily full of oil men trying to get leases, 10:15 p.m. A total of 14.903 deaths and 2S.606 Hon of the soli, so ag to form the Train Scbrsile Al Laaculer, ky. TSJo. but only a few are successful because A Spebest possible conditions for germlna births have been reported to the Bu nearly every acre of what Is considcial, daily 11:35 p.m. Hon; heavy fertilization. It the soli reau of Vital Statistic for the first ered good territory Is teased. Double Your Profits From Wheat. Two UNCLE SAM'S EXPENSIVE GUEST ARRIVE. Ifii- - 9 Florida Spe- Is not already In good condition, so six months ot 1916. This does not In contracts for wells have been let and cial, daily 11:52 p.m. Millers pay more per bushel for as to Insure a quick and rapid growth, elude a number ot delayed certificates, drilling will begin before September Uncle Sam has been playing host To Msysville. connecting at Kichmon .No. 27 Blue Grass Spefor over 150 years to one ot the most high quality wheat than they do for and late sowing so as to compel the which will add considerably to these The Standard Oil Company and the L 4 N to Frankfort 4 Ixmlt title; cial, daily except New Domain Oil and Gas Company with menacing pests the country has ever that which only grades number four flies to go elsewhere to deposit tholr flgures, The rocclver of Life, ol have had representatives In tho field No 71; 8:35 a. m. Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. known. It has cost him enormous or flvo, according to a Chicago Board ggs." This extract from Bulletin 194 of irankfort. has filed suit against 21 offering big bonuses for lease. 'For rates, routes and information sums. Its damage has been so great ot Trade Member. Ohio Experiment To Itowland 4 Stanford connecting policy holders of the company, which 243 shows that high the Indiana Experiment Station con The following is the official sched at Itowland. L 4 N to alt points South call upon or address- - M. J. Coughlin, that the farmers In some localities Station Dulletln the main condi was an assessment concern, to collect ule of dates for the racing season on have given up the growing of the crop quality wheat and large yields go to- tains tn a nrent; 'phone 346. gether, thus giving the farmer double tions to be handled In the control ot an assessment of 10.2 per cent to nice tbe Three I.'s Circuit In Kentucky No 28; 11:04 a, m. it thrives on until it dies out. But It death claims of IS2.000 In Kentucky Association Lexington, Ky., likes tho treatment accorded here and profits. The experiments reported In the pest. The Illlaols Circular 146 al- debtedness amounting to and other to Kicnmoml, connecting with L& 16,000. Wednesday, September 6, 10 da) a n; i.. Bulletin 243 show a yield of 8.45 bush so makes a good point when It de . .n- seems disposed to hang on. It cares i! i 1 t. i id r, i " i.ouivi!ie Is resorting tu extrem i.rxinsnnr ' nothing that It has Its wel- els ot wheat per acre with 51 per cent clares: "A vigorous wheat plant Is methods to capture the Federal Farm DouglM Park Jockey flub Louisville. & Cincinnati, Aliddlesboro 4 Knoxvill, Ky., Monday, September 1810 da) a. plods on year after plump and 49 per cent shriveled kar much better able to react against an Loan Hank, come, but Instead which It Is expected will Jockey Club -- I.oula No 70; 11:60 a. m. year, and season after season baking nets, where no fertilizer was used, attack ot tho fly, especially by stool-In- be located to servo Ohio Valley terrl New vllle, Ky Wednesday, September: freely or throwing out an abundTo Richmond, connecting with fast In the wheat against a yield of as hlfli as 34.1S the profits of' our labor lory. UulsUl!e has gathered pledge 8 days. Latonla Jockey bushels per aero ot which 34 per cent ance of new shoots from the root. from fields. train to Cincinnati. Senators and Itepresentattves Ky., Saturday, October 719 days. tt Whatever tends, consequently, to give from Ohio Valley What are you doing to stop the Hes- of the kernels were plump and but States and It When Dr. C. G. Daughter' touring No 27; 2:txi p. m. Fly? Your with your rrr cent shriveled when tho wheat vigor to the plant reduces proportionsian claimed that her chances are excellent car stalled on tho railroad crossing To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon ally tho percentage of loss." neighbor means as much to you as to was fertilized. Tho Stato I.ho Stock Sanitary Hoard on the Cllntontillu pike near Paris on Junction to Klizabethtown 4 Howling This leads to tho conclusion that a lias revoked an order requiring him, and even if it didn't you owe a cattle recent night. Judge IVnls Dundon. duty to your community to help In 'As You Feed So Shall You Reap. fertilizer containing at least 2 per destined to points III tho state for any who was In the car with him, set fire Green, and at Ilardstown Junction to cent ammonia and at least 10 per cent purport!) to be shipped in this eradication. clean und to a new 110 Panama hat to use as a Ilardstown 4 Pnringfleld. "If I expect my horses to duII. 1 Itemcmber these three things ow mU8t feed them, and feed well. If I available phosphoric acid may be the disinfected cars. This order In no torch to flag au approaching train. No 9; :42 p. m. late, prepare the ground well, and add expect to grow 50 bushels of wheat to salvation ot the crop, and the experi way effects the requirement uffeci His sacrifice was In tain, as the train To Stanford, connecting with fast ot many users bear this out. With lug the shipment of sheep and available plant food to your soil. Give the acre, I must feed my wheat tie ence crop swine struck and domalUhed tho car. Judge train to Hristol Insurance so cheap compared Into Kentucky. 4 Atlanta. tho young plants a late start to be g0me way," declares Murel Hoax, ot such Dundon suffered a sprained unklo in with results obtained, the enhanced J. Klrwau Vetter. Jr., of l.oulsvllle, running up tho track, lloth reside In from the fly. but also give them Johnson county, Indiana. Last year free chances for a successful clover catch Is but one year old and ho Is a ter) Paris. a chance to obtain food by applying Mr. Coax raised 1,300 bushels of wheat always greater by Its use, While few Kentucky emplo)ers ore at least sou pounds of fertilizer con- - that averaged 46 bushels to tho acr. will play a very Important fertilizer iucny cnild. Ilecently ho fell head part In xirst irom a second-storwindow ut refusing to accept tho compensation talnlng 2 to 4 per cent ammonia so This year he is going to get over 10 this fight on the Hessian Fly. his homo. The mother saw the child act, quite a number of employees lute that they may have a good growth be-- , bushels per acre, according to present louniT Court Days. fall and ran down stairs. Instead ot refused to come In, and riders are be fore winter sets In. Indications. FEED-Ufinding an Injured child she saw him ing attached to compeiutatlun policies YOUR FIELDS Richmond, 1st. Monday. "Swat th9 Hessian Fly" Is the bat lift liliiiftolt to his feet. to cover thW feature. If the emplo) INCREASE YOUR YIELDS Paris, 1st. .Monday. tie cry of the farming members of this Wheat Yields, Oeef Production. Tho widow of Dr. James Carroll, the refuses to accept the act the emp!o)er big family of Uncle Sam. and won't Frankfort. 1st. .Monday. tho you do your part to make, the echo defenses "Those 50 to 55 bushels to the acre Them Is a farmer whom I know martyr to germ discovery that the el retains the old common-laIlarrodsl.urg, 1st. Alonday. Is transmitted by mus The board has adopted the rule ut not low mver who shows that he Is wise. wheat yields don't 'Just grow' any that much louder? Lexington, 2ml. .Monday. qultoea Is to receive a permanent home publishing names of persons Injurod more than does a load of prime fin' lie knows 'hat larger yields of wheat Stanford, 2nd. Monday. at M. Thomas (Ky.) mobilization cani o as not to enrouruge "ambulance como when you fertilize. Ished baby beeves. Tho cattle are Nearly As Much Second Season Shflbyville. 2nd. Monday ict me Kentucky guardsmen, It wa chasing, neter allowed to lose their calf fat. With crop reports much lower than announced by Lieutenant Irving Lin Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. ' Knthuslasm prevailed Saturday at "Tho Increase In yields of the crons and are fed liberally of a balanced last year and prices high, Danville, 3rd. .Monde;-- . tolow li.g the one to which fertilizer ration from tho dav they are born The farmer easily can seo that plant denberger. Camp Surgeon. rl. l nomas when tho word was re Tho state school fund has been eelved that th War Department had Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday ta applied Is often nearly as much as until they go into tho car for market." roou is nis best buy, Nicholasvillc, 3rd. .Monday. mat secured in mo crop lerimzea. inigayg Clyde A. Waugh, In Farm and Some nitrogen will help tho growth. swelled by J15.9 19.48 collected as Included tho Kentucky state guard In taxes on dogs. Last year tho do, Its latest call for 25,000 tuliintecrs for one experiment at the Ohio Station Fireside. "Ilecord wheat crops must Alt. Sterling, 3rd. Alonday. phosphoric acid, too. ot tho stato netted tlx school fuuu when fertilizer was used on wheat, it navo plenty of a balanced plantfood Somerset, 3rd. Alonday. llttlo potash strengthens straw and J39.622.46. Pike county leads the list service on tho Mexican border. Thu men who have been most pessimistic caused an lucrease In yield of the oth- ratlon to give them a quick start In plumps the kernels too. Ceorgetown, 3rd. Alonday. with tho number of dogs, turning Inlti over the failure of the order to arrltn er four crops In rotation, of 86 percent tno mi, to enable them to resist dls-o- f Let's help tho plants make good LANCASTKIt. 4th. Monday stalk the fcchool fund. $2,409.02 from thlf, led thu cheering, Hut men aru needed In tho wheat crop,"ease and tnsect altackgi to mako that secured growth and fill tho kernels plump. Winchester, 4th. Alonday. souice. Iloyle County paid the lowesi before there will be any move bordersays j. r. iiuubuii. u enough growth In the fall to cover the By feeding them with plant food (Sir) dog tax, that ot 13.31. Alonticello. 4th. Alonday. ward and the gaps In the various com farm writer. "Fertilizers applied to the ground before winter sets In, to start Then watch the profits iumo! Jurisdiction over tho Ohio Itlvcr be panies caused by tho rlaJ.I physical ex Versailles. 4th. Alonday. corn crop will not be entirely used out early In the spring and to make a Tbe profits como with larger yields. tween tho states of Indiana and Ken aminations will have tu be filled. up and will benefit the crops follow straight standing, early maturing, tne average crops don t pay tucky Is Involved In a test case In Information that numbers ot cull Ing especially when applied broadcast bumper crop of first quality." So why not get your share of gain the Circuit Court of Ixiulsvllle. Tin dren In one of the rural school dis or drilled In evenly where the field the; fertilizer way? caku la that of Frauk Nlcoullti, a tlsh tricts of Nicholas County are working Is In sod. No One Would Work a Sick Horse. With wheat you have a orman, uud Is an outgrowth of an the farms Instead of going ta Make no deal for a silo without rop and extra bushels count. act for the protection of fish and game cbool, Is reported at Carlisle, and No one would think of working a Half the Battle Before Planting. getting our figures and fixtures. We Fertilize your fields, bring ud vour which was passed by the last leglsla stops are being taken to onforce strict sick horse, yet there are farmers In alyields and watch your profits mount. ture. S've more and better anchorage, ly tbe compulsory educational law. With wheat as with many other most every community who are condoor frame. Pay day for u brigade ot tho Ken Tho Central German Conference of crops, the proper treatment of the tinuing to work their sick soils, and And when you see Just how it pays (our.Utch door. Steel step Udder, tucky National Guard was inoro or too German this year to fertlllzo your wheat. 'step every IB inches. Better comparaMethodist Kolscorjal seedbed and the supplying of plant-foo- with the usual result of poor crops. derly than pay day for a regiment ol Church, consisting of Kentucky tive construction throughout. to carry along the crop with a and Fertilizing will help some, and lime Next year you'll feed your other crops regulars when they were statlonod al twelve surrounding states, will buu an your recoras beat. good start and a steady growth, may Is the corrective agent, but for the Ft. Thomas, according to citizens ol Its annual meeting In Louisville hold Get Our Prices durbe considered half the battle. As best results both should be used. For farming Is a game In which the that place. The sum ot Ii THE proper thing S85.000 wai ing the Qoiaen Itule applies. period beginning wheat Is not cultivated after seeding, With wheat, when limestone and ferBefore You Buy distributed among the men, and the (or a lady or gentle6. One hundred and twenty whatever cultivation la necessary must tilizer are used on the same laid the Vou feed your crops and they feed ponding of money was accompanied ministers and many layman are you, so, mererore fertilize. . Our drt4 tKipmcnt'of tuv. &nd fa. be done before the seed Is put :nto yield Is larger than when either one man to present nowavy a minimum of disorder. Sam and toulUf m11a tad opotmim Melvln Kyder ot these It used stone the ground. ipaft mu mora Jo lor Um moot tM day, when making sua company you. FIGHTING THE HESSIAN FLY BEATING THE fair dates. mr corn ,j m(J7si s HESSIAN FLY km 9 ft 1 8- - ll Personal Stationery 1 3$ tx , 1? I mr?r murr war-far- o 91 jg? 3 3ST l. - ...4l.,, ahi I s student-tercher- -- Central Record. POSTED . Time Table. Danville. North-boun- .r.t tit quick-actin- Southern Rail Road. hc s t- ' - J South-boun1 tea-- ) .tzZttzzm-'-- L. & N I nut-she- I out-live- g Club-t.ato- nla is Steel-hinge- i i More Silo - Less Money high-price- Engraved Visiting Card callt. Come and tee what a beautiful lint of ample we have and get our prices for 50 or more. CENTRAL RECORD A Neatly six-da- 7 tu five Lt' fnn it liim KENTUCKY SILO CO. W. I. Kincaid. Mgr. Stanford. Ky. We are equipped to do any and all kinds of HASELDEN DUOS. Agents for Garrard County. (e two tub coartrriIII! (m aiciwa. ir.. vllm o,. Citwt. "Sf.""-"-Itmmhrbmli LL-- , Central Record. Phone 43. Lancaster, Kentucky. J.J.m. OJJ0TT Mil imftkl: t w HUH wutom. lull biwtoa. S.U.IM ! l tOmUO, ScT, LnMIi, Kf. The Central Record, Thursday Aug 17, 1916. 1IEIIE IS A GOOD PLACE TO STOP FOR LITTLE MONEY. 1 ft. 1. LOUISVILLE HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, KY., Main St., between 6th and 7th. The Only Hotel In l.ouisville Operated on the American and European Plans. AMERICAN PLAN. Iloomi without Hath but with Hot and Cold Running Water. 76 Itoom (WlthMealt) single, $2.00 per day; 2 people, $2.00 each. f0 Itoom single, 2.C0 per day; 2 people, 2.25 each. 50 Front Room .... ingle, 3.00 per dayj 2 people, 2.50 each. Rooms with Privato Hath: 50 Rooms alnRlc, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.75 each. 50 Itoom , Ingle, 3.60 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each. EUROPEAN PLAN. Koorni without Hath hut with Hot and Cold Running Water. 75 Room (Without Meals) single, $1.00 per day; 2 people, $0.75 each. 50 Koom single, 1.00 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each. M Front Rooms single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each. Rooms with Privato Hath: U) Rooms single, 1.60 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each. 50 Rooms single, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.60 each. . THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Corner Sixth and Main Sts., European Rooms Without llnth. $1.00 and up; Uoonn With Private Hath, $1.50 and up. Hi:ST EATIM5 PLACE IN TOWN. The I.ouiiville Hotel and the Old Inn are located in the wholesale district and only a three-block'- s retail diitrict and theatre. Plan Only. walk to the Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Proprietors. wife and four children. The rewere brought here for interment Gruenhelm cemetery. members of the Woman's Club of Stanford and Lincoln county, will issui' a daily paper during the fair next week. They have metAvlth great success so far in obtaining ads and the promise is that the paper will be a great benefit to the advertisers and a great pleasare to readers. Iteuben C. Engleman, better known among his host of friends as "Hud" passed away at his room on Main St., Saturday night at light o'clock. Mr. Engleman had been in poor health tor some time having had three strokes of paralysis. Deceased is survived by one brother, John Engletnnn of Lexington, and one sister, Mrs. Laura Hundley. Funeral services were conducted Sunday morning by Itev. M. I). Earlcv which Interment occurred in the IIufTalo Springs cemetery. by his mains In the The af-t- Slip smokes into vour system! a few Prince Albert " " -- Cevmrttttiifer HrM4 TtiM Ck 0 ff I Bryantsville. Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. Fine Cut Flowers For IMiancs 3:il)-- All Occasions. Prompt Altcntirn 13 or 83. All Orders Receive Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. Miss Ivy Dunn is visiting relatives nt Lancaster. Mr II. II. lUlcoinb continues very ill Mra T. J. Hill is visiting her mother, with tvphold fever. Mrs Uruning nt Cincinnati. Miss Jane Frasa of Tenn., is visiting Miai Iicile Cooper la visiting Mra. Mr and Mrs .1. M. Frasa. I'helpi Cohh nenr Danville. Mr Welsh Farley of Lexington has Miss Ollle Phillips of Liberty is the been visiting relatives here. guest of Miss Gertrude Wilkinson. of LouisMiss Lillian Cunningham JuncMrs It. G. Hampton of ville, is the guest of Mra L. L. Cuntion has been here visiting relatives. Mrs K. 1'. Wood Is sojourning at the ningham. Miss Marguerite Wool folk, of LexCruh Orchari Springs for a day or so. Lee Mr and Mrs J. II Woner are spend- ington is the guest of Miss Mayme ing a week or so at Crah Orchard Mallard. Mra J. C. Woolfolk of Lexington Springs. Col T. D. Marcum of Catlrttsburg is enmu over Sunday for a short visit to here visiting his daughter, Mrs E. C. Mrs. II. C. Rose. Walton. Miss Mattic Woods has returned to Mrs Lee Hupley is visiting her par- her home nt I'aint Lick atter a visit to ents, Mr and Mrs J. M. Hohinson at Miss Cecil Howling. I'erryville, Mr and Mrs M. O. Kennedy wont to Mrs II. C. Wrav and daughters of Crah Orchard Sunday to see his mother Danville lire guests of her mother, Mrs who continues very ill. STANFORD You've heard manv nn nnrfnt ahnui aiu. patented process that" cutu nnt hlto nnA . IU UUIU Ol U ICIJi Villi w.i.. M7W your fill without - acomnhnrH . , smoke w.wk, juui utuiniuun lL.. u ill uuur me fiu.u uui cvciyalways uibeen aay. rnnce .amen nas sold without coupons or nreminmc Wo prefer to give quality I There's snort smokinr a your own, but you know that you've got to have the right tobacco I We tell you Prince Albert will bang the doors wide open lor VOU to come in nn n rrfwt iim national joy smoke firing up every little so often, without a regret! You'll feel like your smoke nast has been wasted and will be sorry you cannot back up for a fresh start. You swine on this sav-s- n likr it wnc .v. nu j i. r-.- -.. t,i. thousand-dolla- r bill ! ness and contentment to you. to everv man . wno Knows what can be gotten out of a chummy jimmy pipe or a makin's It's worth that in happi- cigarette with Prince Albert for packing . J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO. THE X A Princ fact, everV Prince Thl.1. lh.r...r, rraun real mtf t on nijrverte aid. YOtrli r i r ii iru Julr3nth.li7." Thatmeao thai lh tlnitd t.f nw- ment hai granted a patent on tl proctBt by which Prince Albert made. And by which tongue bit thmttt r,mrr-t- t m .. -vwt lI " wnere looaeco it told rou Uftn? Prince Albert awaltirg y mxorpr red bag. 3e; iidr reu iint, iuc; nandtem pound and half pound tin humfdora and In that rU glatt humidor, w(tt tponge molttener top, max teept inei tobacco In aucbi fine condition msmm TOBAv VVuudie Male. Cnrolir.a arc tlc fccruliful ami attractive resorts of Ashcvillc, Black Mountain, Hcmlersonvillc, Brevard, Lake Toxawvy, Saluda, Wayncsvillc, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vacation nt one cf these cool and delightful places or nt Tate Spring, Tcnn. Round trip Excursion lickcts arc on sale daily, good uat.l October 31st, via Fprfkl drnnfnlnatlonkl Noun I'1' yWAY up ii. the mcu..iains of Western North r.nfrnri at Welc ram Stop-over- s COUTIIERN RAILWAY Itvaur tinier e the Muu allowed nt i.'.l joints. Three special Low Fare Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. For full Information tee Ti. fctt Actnt, Southern Railway, or write U. II. Todd, Dutiict Paicrucf Afent, LouUvillc, Kentucky. fliaw A Check I I hi jr. I for tlie money youove nnd note how much more respectfully your creditors you They like to do tmcinpcft with n tnntl ullll tins nil i sssfc-- N I "! I .1 account nt & the lietter Thev Garrard Bank Trust Go. They know he i dome hildiiess in a husiress like way. open uch an account even if your artairs are not large. will grow all nt:h t. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. Mr and Mrs K. It. Hutchings and son motored to l'xington Tuesday to end several days. Mrs M. II. Ileazley lias teen quite ill nt the home of her mother. Mrs Hale for several days. Wearen Ilughesof Memphis was here several dajs this week with his mother, Mrs. Julia Hughes. Miss Olivia llaldwin of Richmond has returned home after a visit to her sister, Mrs W. II. Shanks. Miss Kuth Waller of Ixnusville, who has been visiting her sister, Mrs Thos. Eads. has returned home. Mr and Mrs J. C. Havs have returned home after spending several weeks at Crab Orchard Springs. Mesdames S. I'. Stagg of Lerington, and I.ilhe Warren of Middlesboro, have been here visiting relatives. Dave Thorns?, who Is ill with typhoid fever is not improving as rapidly as his friends would like to see him. Mrs Logan McCnll and Miss Jane Garman went to Mammoth Cave Tues-- d ly morning on n two days trip. Mrs Lelia II. Cwk. who is ill at the home of her daughter, Mrs J. II. Per-kin- s, is thought to be improving. Misses Elizabeth and Nancy lluim have returned home after a visit to their aunt, Mrs LeCompte at Frankfort. Mrs Karl Withers nnd children have reluree.1 home from Lancaster, where they haye been visiting Mrs Will Itaney. Mr Samuel Menefee of New York City, is here spending a few das with his parents. Ml nnd Mrs J. N. Menefee. Mrs John Shanks of Columbus Ga., who was taken ill while here on a visit to her mother, Mrs Lelia Cook, was taken to Louisville to the hospital. Everything now iioints to the great K of I' fair to be held here next week, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday. All evidence Kints to a most successful exhibition ever held in Stanford or Lincoln county. The catalogues are now , Miss Anna Holtzclaw has been visiting Miss llessie Caldwell at the home of Mr and Mrs W. K. Davis. Mr and Mrs Walter Arnold, Mr and Mrs W. II Swopc and childrer visited Mr Ed Arnold Sunday at Uuckeye. Our Hour is guaranteed to pleae you or money back. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. Mr Mrs J. W. Denny and Mr and Mrs J. T. Lear of Ilurgin were the guests for dinrer Sunday of Mr and Mrs J. C. Wilhams. Mr Italph Scolt who has been ill with typhoid fever at his home in Versailles for several weeks, is now at the home of his father, Mr A. T. Scott and is getting along very nicely. The last quarterly meeting for this year will be held Saturday and Sunday at the Methodist church. The I. E. Itev. Greer will be present and it is hoped that as many of the members as possible will attend these services. Mrs E. II. Dullard was hostess at a six o'clock dinner Monday evening in honor of Mrs J. C. Woolfolk of Lexington, the guest of Mrs II. C. Kose. Other guests being Mr and Mrs J. Hogan Kalian). Dr nnd Mrs II. C. Kose and Miss Marguerite Woolfolk of Lexington. alwaytl s K. of P. Fair At Stanford, Keatueky. 23rd THREE AUBUST BAYS. Rings for all Classes of Stock. Floral Halt and Poultry Exhibit. EVERY Close Count VOTE COUNTS. In Presidential Elections Shows Importance Of Voting. That every vote counts in even so big field as a Presidential election ia shown by the following historical refer ences: 1SS0. $2,500 In Premiums. m INVITED Oregon A change of 330 popular votes from Garfield to Huncook would have given Hancock the electorinl vote of the state. California A change of 40 populur votes Ifrom Hancock to Garfield would have given Gai field the electorial vote Your Friends are Expecting to Meet You There. Reduced Railroad Rates. of the state. 1SS4. I GARRARD CO. PEOPLE ARE ESPECIALLY I CapfUil A. It $50,000. Surplus lWt - 30,000. ready for distribution. John Soever, son of Mr and Mrs John J. Seever. of the (iruenhiem section, died at his home in Louisville, as the result of a sunstroke. He Is survived New York A change of 673 popular vote? from Cleveland to Illuine would have given lllaine the electorial vote of of the statu and the Presidency of the United States. A change of 167 popular votes from Cleveland to Harrison would have given Harrison the electorial vote JENNY, I'realdent J. II STOItMKS. Vice PUBLIC OF SALE Conneticut SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION of S. O. DKNNV. Cashier. LAND. I'.. 1 ;m;v. At Cashier. Deposit WK SOLICIT YOUR J. !. lirok-Keep- Safety Samual Boxes For Rent. i Hew Well "Thedlord's is the best Bbck-Draug- ht of the state. 1SU2. 1IUSINKSS. J. K. Alex It. Penny. J. II. Posey. I). Cochran. S. C. Denny. S, I., fiill. Dr. W. M. F.lliott. Director.. Storn.cs. medicine J. A. lever used." writes "1 sullered terribly Steetman, of I'atlonville, Texas. with liver had controubles, and could get no relief. The doctors said I Stop At The sumption. all. Finally 1 could not work at I tried Gait House When In Louisville. 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E-- of the stute. at 10 o'clock a. in., sell on tlio prem-HNorth Dakota A change of - popu the farm known a the Aimer Koy votes from Weaver to Hurrison lar miles furm situated nix and would havo given Harrson two more from Lancaster on thu Poor ItidRe pike electorial votes. in Ourrard County, Kentucky, to the LS9C. highest liidder, name containini: CO Wyoming A change of 2J popular acres. votes from ilryim to McKlnley would It will be otIVreil first in two tracts, lievu given McKinley tlio electorical r.t tract containini; about 1H acres ami vote of the state. thu other tract about 11 acres, and then South Dakotu A change of 'J2 popu olfered-an whole, and the bid realizing lar votes from llryan to McKlnley largest sum will be accepted. This McKinley the the Is located in a good neighborhood, would haye given farm electoral vote of thu state. church and school houso within a mile, A chunge of 141 iopular Kentucky is well improved, with comfortable five votes from McKinley to llryan would room dwelling and good ou. buildings, given llryan the electorial vote of the under good fence, well watered and in state. The land u high state of cultivation. 1904. Maryland A change bf 26 popular is adapted to the 'growth of hemp and votes from Parker to Koosevelt would tobacco. This place lies rear a good store, have given Koosevelt the entire elec blacksmith and carriage shop anb grist torial vote of the state. mill. Mr. John Kay who lives near 11)08. place to anyone Missouri A change of 315 popular will gladly show the votes from Tatt to llryan would have interested. l.vt it be understood that this farm given llryan the electoral voto of the will sell rain or shine and there will be state. A charge of 303 popular no Maryland TKHMS-O- ne half cash and the revotes from Taft to llryan would have In twelve months. given llryan the entire electoral vote of mainder At the same time there will also be the state. change of 292 popular sold on the place a portion of the crop California-- A and also votes from Koosevelt to Wilson would of corn growing on the farm given Wilson the entire electoral some oatl. have Wm. HAY, Agent. vote of the state. one-lia- lf s Aa ORe'tit of the lieirs-at-laWyoming A change of 307 porulnr votes from Harrison to Weaver would Aimer Itay, deceased. I will on have given Weaver the electorial vote SATURDAY. SKIT. L'nd, CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, Aug 20 11)10. $1.50 ROUND TRIP FROM Junction City SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY Si35 A. M. G. B. IIARBERS0N. Ticket Agent JUNCTION CITY, KY. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Olllce Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. The Central Record, Thursday Aug. 17 19 lb ! I 111 iJls 911 fl iS Hifl In flkSii Fine Farm, Mules, Horses, Cattle, Hogs and Ponies. In order to dissolve the partnership of Haselden and Garrison, we will, at the farm two miles South of Lancaster, on Stanford pike, beginning at ten o'clock a. m., on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1st, 1916 offer for sale the following described property. The Farm. At this time will sell the Live Stock. suf-fice- nt Implements. Hoosler corn drill; 1 Superior wheat drill; 1 Alfalfa drill; 1 Syracuse hill side plow; 1 turning plow; 1 John Deere riding plow; 1 Dlx cutting box and carriage; one 14x18 Lighting two horse hay press; one 16x18 International hay press with six horse power Gasoline Engine with trucks to use engine for cutting or crushing. This engine will pull a No. 9 Blizzard cutter. Two cutting harrows; 1 BOONE WAY FARM containing 5U acres which has six acres of A No. 1 tobacco and new land for tobacco for several years to come and 18 acres in corn and 8 acres in cow peas. The balance is in grass and the growing crops are evidence for the quality of the land. This place has a brand new seven room house with pantry and front and back porch, two cabinet mantles, is well arranged and covered with good tin plate and well painted. Also has a brand new, 8 acre tobacco barn, stock barn, good tenant house, well watered and the place is under new fencing. This farm is located within two miles of Lancaster, is in the Graded School District and is on the famous "Boone Way" which is one of the very best turnpikes in Garrard County. This will make a desirable home for anyone wanting a good farm. Red cow to be fresh in Nov., 3 cows and calves, good individuals; 1 Jersey milk cow; 1 Herford bull, ready for service; 19 long yearling heifers and 1 1 steers 2 sows and pigs; 2 Duroc male hogs and 3 Duroc gilts, pure blood and splendid individuals. Seventeen long yearlings and 4 mules broke to work. One mare with colt by her side, by Bleucher and in foal to A No. 1 jack; 1 black d horse and 1 unbroke mule. One No. 1 two-year-o- ld Several tons of good mixed baled hay. WAGONS and BUGGIES. One Studebaker Wagon and two Old Hickory Wagons; one road wagon. Two Buggies; one new Rubber Tire Carriage and one new Buggy. three-year-ol- two-year-o- ld ONE FORD AUTOMOBILE AND ONE TERMS OF THE FARM. cash January 1st, 1917, when possession will be given. Balance in one and two years with negotiable notes bearing 6 per cent Interest from JanOne-thir- d uary 1st, 1917. 3-. "XT BURCOO Plenty of Dinner, Hot Coffee and Ice Water. K oO Spotted Shetland Stallion, the best one you ever saw. 1 four year old spotted mare with colt by side, 1 five year old spotted mare with colt by side. All broken to ride and drive. One yearling white pony, unbroke. PONIES. One six year old STUDEBAKER Both of these Automobiles AUTOMOBILE. arc in good condition. TERMS OF STOCK, IMPLEMENTS, ETC. All the Stock, Implements, Etc., will be sold for sums of $10. and under cash in hand and all sums over $10. on a credit of six months without interest. Purchaser to give negotiable notes. 33 XT 3EC G- O Come and Bring your friends. - HASELDEN BROS. CAPT. A. M. BOURNE, Auctloieer.