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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 24, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916082401_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 24, 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 RRLMIOS, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. TWENTY SEVENTH YKAR. LANCASTER, KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 24, 1916. I'.?1 Hand Us That $. Northern Seed Hyp, I NUMBER 21. ajy a; iff SWt&i'JWf3l!i' STANFORD FAIR. IN FULL BLAST OF ' r llon.o Grown recleawd ItnI-iM- WAGON' If you are thinking about buying a Farm Wagon you cannot afford to miss see- Ing the many good points in the t. Hughes & 1'nrnnn. WITH STOCK. TINE SHOW 1 S 6! ,C. .it ... pi Is! 'I IS 'a I1 Owensboro Wagon For Draft, Service and (Durability, this wagon gives the best of satisfaction. We have a number of satisfied customers using this wagon. Come and let us explain. p a1 jjyj Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. IS is 5$ Fourteenth Annual Tliu Stanford fair opened veaterdny most favorable condition. Wo handle only tlie highest RradS un,I,cr .ln,ir. It I. ni.mnti.i.d with n nice crowd for first day niton- Janc nn'1 wilh iho hott ,ll'P,'1r ot I Ir51 t..ilv..v.UMti.larti,Hi.irinuiiPVl)ack. W Hudson. Hughes tPainau. stock had there Itii cars. One of the ittt. chief attractions Is the larno exhibition (jjjjj All children having onies In town of tho Kentucky lied Kerkrhlic hogs or county nre nskrd to take prl In the with nearly one hundred entries. (Jar ?! street psrade Friday after i.oon at rnrd county, at uiuid. Is winning her 6 i cluck. Decorate your pony and r hare of the premiums and good judge pronounce the exhibition hy far tho Swinehrohd, who has i.nw a natlonnl come. ' ' best cer shown of this impular breed reputation for in, e of the beat herds In ,, . . N. w crop Criin.on or l!ed Clover, T. .. lti(iM the st.ite, carrying olf a majority of the . . . Timothy. Kentucky HIuo Gran Seed ,. ,n blue ties, tit 1'ie v. Innings show. Uest recteaned or from the stripper previous vea'r. The winning In this cow I .( ui.d overj G. It. Swine-broalIuJsonKhrsjfc larnau. Currrn Ilros., 2nd. Heifer c(1M yM.tliy wen , fonwi. Jun. Hoar. 15 entrlrs, Itohert Walker one and ui.,der two; (I. It,' Snlnebrond. Don't forget the Carnevnl Friday w,m lloderone w "Hum ami second with 1st, Currcn Ilros.. 2nd. night on the school trroundr. i u. Swlne- Come and have ii jolly geid time. Crimson Clover. .Junior Sow. 20 en- year; Cuiren Ilros , Mull ni.v age.'Gf n. Swino' Tlierewillbeinuchtntnal.il you laugh tries, W. O. Walker. 1st. W. II. Tur-le- broad, 2nd; Senior tioar. 4 entries. It. broad, 1st, Currrn Ilioi 2m.f lien t herd, uud nothing to make you sorry Ilnve you made thnt InnternT 1'ou T. Ilruce, 1st. jW. II. Turley, 2nd. 'bull and three females, G. iff. Swlhe- Senior Sow, !) entrjes. It. T. Ilrnce. hroad, 1st, Curren Ilros ,Jtn$. might Ret the prfie. Mr. W. G. Gooch had tho tnisfortunip li. J Wdlker, tin. Junior Veariing iGl Ilonr, 2 entries, J.'oods Walker & Son, to lose his handsome boar. Little Prince Hi COKE FOR SALE. 1st , W. 0. Walk!. 2nd. Junior Year from being overheated. The loss .Is a ling Sow, 5 entri Wocxls Walker & severe one to the Association, as this Coke is lival for cuting toliiSl.. Hudson. Hughes & FhflHu. Son, 1st., W. O.Walker, 2nd. Senior hog wns the sire of some of the prize Yearling lloar, S entries, W. H. Denny. winners, and he himself was never de1st. W. U. Turley, 2nd. lioar Two feated in tho show ring. Mr Woods 13 TEMPORARY MOVE. Years Old and Over, 3 entrl, W. I!. Walker and son are grieving over the ug bli store Turlev. 1st , J. 0. Ilurnside, 2nd. loss of "Little Prince" from overheatWhile be is icinod roi.m, Mr. Thin lurrty vs. ill occupy the Sow Two Viur and Over. 0 entries. ing while being hauled from Paint Lick stole room adjoining bis iirerenl lo Itobt. Walkir, 1st, Woods Walker &' to Stanford last Monday. cation and is moving into his teuitorary Son. 2nd. Hoar Any Age, 11 entries,' To-da- y will be the and Uarti-r-s this week, lie is well pre- - It. T. Ilruce. lt,.V. I). Denny. 2nd. best days of the fair and some extra pnteil to serve his customers and will Sow Any Age, 11 entries, Woods Wal- - fine rings of horses are entered for appreciate their continued patronage. ker& Son, 1st., it. T. Ilruce, 2nd. I these two days. .1 58 cauo together t lb I.cti nil Fair tntnornw night and hrli and have goo.1 lime. gt Street n koI - Walker, 2nd. Mr. Lester Itoger.i, of the firm of Kogers Ilros., of Harrodshurg, Ky., awarded the prize In the hog ctais and gave perfect satisfaction to all exhibitors, proving himself n good judge of swine and one of the coming judges of hit class in the state, Garrard county showed her colors again in the Jersey Cattle show, which also wua one of the best exhibitions of tins class ever shown in this section of the state. The winnings In this clnss were hotly contested, but Mr (5. II. JunlorlIerd.fi entries, W.O.Walker, 1st. It. J. Walker, 2nd. Herd Any Ace, Woods Walker & Son. 1st, W. 0. 4 Lb PUBLIC Cl SI saddle 1 a ..irj &4 i a 1 Several additional head of horses, mules, etc., will lie added to the sale list on back page, nmonj which is a f,in , '"" lt. ,rs splendid brown horse. One One G 1 ) year old combined and driving djf horse power, oil burn I. H. C. engine horse power, oil burn Fairbanks engine. lt ' One pumping engine and n number of other articles I too numerous to mention. Plenty of Horses, Mules, Cottle, Cows, Calves.A Hogs Splendid farm, well improved, new house, barn, etc. i Haselden Lancaster, - Bro5., Kentucky Wholesale and Retail Hardware. KENTUCKY State FAIR LOUI'TViLLE WORLD'S SOME 1 he CAR. HU7 nxHlel September 11-1- 6, 1916 changes In the of lbr ST , m..--- r HORSE SHOW Daily Trotting, Pacing and Running Races GREATEST SADDLE Clean and Classy Mldyny G,"J Ford makes It "One of Them." lias. elden have received instructions that one of the new models is now on the road, with a new crown sheet, new radiator and new hood This will make a much better looking car, and with all . . .,.,, llr., J To Our Subscribers. this they have cut the price. GOOD TRIP. Mr. It. T. Kmbry returned Saturday with his family after a pleasant trip to Nisgra Falls and oints in Ohio. He made the entire trip in his Oakland unci was gone for ten days. Mr. Kmbry tells us that he had no tire trouble dur ing his entire trip and was not stopped a single time on account of his car. Mim7ou;";n',."d MMtlie Stupendous Decorated Automobile Parade for Priic Great Fraternal Gathering for Friday of Fair Week Froe Auction Sale of Pure-Bre- d Livestock Thursday and Friday i ft. On account of the high cost of newspaper and every other article used in a printing office, we are compelled to ask our subscribers who are in arrears to come or send Reduced R. R. Rates Suite 604 Republic BIdg. -- $40, Of 9 in Premiums Louisville, Address W. J. GOOCH, Secretary Kentucky POLITICAL OPENING. Hon. Kdwin I'. Morrow, who was de feated by Mr. Stanley for the Governorship of Kentucky last November, will open the Hepublican campaign in this county next Monday. Mr. Morrow is a lorcetul senker ami has many triends in this county who will be here to greet him. I ei W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Olllce Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. in their subscription. ,Ve appreciate our subscribers and dislike very much to discontinue a single paper. Should any of you fail to pay and cause us to discontinue your paper, you still owe the debt which is as just as any you ever made. Please do not wait, but come or send amount due us. Sincerely, TV COUNTY COURT TRIALS. '3 TV Tai lori nc Talks- (By tAa Nm.acC In the County Court this week. Ulyssea Peters, was fined $50 and costs before Judge Arnold, for Breach of the Peace. In the same court Simon Payne drew u fine of $50 nnd costs for malicious shooting. Jnper Kay tried by a jury for selling whiskey, was found nut guilty. The Central Record ft -- Master) si .vi.kr overcoat. Remember the street fair on the School grounds Friday night. A big Of Garrard Count;: time for everybody. Hy order of the Chairman, you are requested to meet at the County Court SENATOR JAMES WILL room in I.ancastar, Monday August 2Sth., at one o'clock P. M. NOTIFY THE PRESIDENT J. It. Mount, Secretary. To YOU should think of value first yes then price in ordering your Fall suit or THE GLOBE TAILORING POLICE COURT DOINGS. .In tho police court this week. Jhdge F. P. Frisbie sitting, Charles Coins was given a fine of $10 and costs for very disorderly conduct and a plain The Democratic Committee Or CINCINNATI. CO. Makers ofNccdlcMoldcd" Clothe are showing a most beautiful line of Fabrics and Fashions cold type cannot describe them. select your pattern and the "Globe's" will hand-stitc- h your garments into lines of beauty and enduring satisfaction. Come s" BUGGIES AND WAGONS Anderson, noted and whisky for his selling proclivities, drew a fine of $ 100 and "10 days in Jail. This is Anderson's second olfense slnco Juno 1st., and under the KENTUCKY WILL new law made by the Inst Legislature, GREET THE PRESIDENT. on the nnotner conviction same charge will land him behind the FrankWilliam Marjhall llullitt, of Louis fort penitentiary. ville, the General Chairman of Committee in charge of the reception GLEN LILY PLOUR WINS. of President Woodrow Wilson, when An expert cake maker and GLF.N he comes to Kentucky Sep. 4, for the at the Lincoln F'arm at LILY Hour won both I lie Line nnd red at ceremonies announces that all the Mt. Vernon fair last week. Mrs. Hodgenville, ilrunk. famous Leslie Will Palmer mado the cukes nnd they were exhibited by Prewitt Thompson. They were shown against cakes made from the best Hour that can ba had in Kentucky and some expert bakeis. Some of the Hour shown against them, was Lexington Cream nnd Mallard's Obelisk but Glen Lily, made from Garrard county wheat. beuts them all. THE UEST IN THE WOULD. Let's make it unumous. President Wilson is to receive of final notification of his nomination cn Sept. 2nd. Senator Ollie M. James will deliver the notification speech which will be made at the President's summer homo at Long Ilranch, N. J. The President will remain at Long Ilranch until he starts for Kentucky for the Lincoln Farm ceremonies at Hodgenville, on Sept. 4th. SCHOOL "Needle-Master- Prices: $18.50 to $40.00 STYLES THAT SPARKLE WITH YOUTH FALL OPENING AUGUST 24-25-- lllill.iJoldl"K 26. Now is the time to buy one. cheap. W. J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. MACHINE TURNS TURTLE. While traveling at possibly a too rapid gate over tbe lloone Highway last Sunday aftetuoon and turning a sharp curve, the macliiue driven by Mr. Tate and uccompained by Mrs Tate and two children, turned turtle and came near resulting fatally to some of the occupants who escaped by margin. All four the narrowest occupants were pinned underneath the car and but for prompt assistance from others passing the result would have been serious. The car was partially wrecked and the family was taken to the home of W. II. lirown where they received medical care. It was soon seen that none of them were seriously Injured, Mr. lata many years ago was a resident of this county and Is well remembered by many friends in his old Garrard home. preparations have been completed for the reception of the President nnd his party when they arrive in Louisville on the morning of Sep. I, and proceed by special t ruin to Hodgenville. The President's wife and niece will accompany him as will bis private secretary, Mr. Tumulty, and sten mraphers. The Reception Committee, composed of two from each oounty in the State. will accompany the President on tho special train from Louisville to Ilodgen-villL. L. Walker and J E. Itobinson have been appointed on the reception Committee to representGorrard county. It is expected that one of the largest crowds ever seen in Larue county will greit the President and his party when they arrive in Hodgenville. The occasion is purely uonpolitical and is to pay tribute to the memory of Abraham Lincoln by the formal acceptance on OPENS LOGAN & ANDERSON BROS. SEPTEMBER 4TH. The Lancaster Graded and High School will open Monday. September 4th., at 9 a. m. Tuition for non-redent pupils follows; $ 9.00 per term Grades 1, 2 and 3 Grades 4, 5 and G $12.00 per term Grades 7, 8 and 9 $18.00 per term Grades 10, 11 and 12 $25.00 per term Tho same rates apply to County High School pupils as to pupils. Tuition due in advance. S.D. Cochran, Sec'ty of Hoard. 82l-3t- lT7f POUND. W SPANISH CAKE. RAISIN r m 30 Notice To The Public. I have moved my stock of goods into the adjoining building and will be there during the time that my store is being remodeled. I wish to thank my customers for all past favors and to assure them that they will receive the same courteous treatment as heretofore. We will be a little crowded, but my stock will be kept up as formerly. Phone 20. . r o m TO THE DEMOCRATIC CAM- PAIGN COMMITTEE GARRARD COUNTY: All OF o o m the part of the government, through President Wilson, of the Lincoln Memorial Farm. r D z w precinct committeemen who were named to serve in the coining PUBLIC SALE. campaign, and all Democrats who wish I will on to tender their services towaid the sucAUGUST 20th. 191C. cess of the party in November are SATUKDAY. at my place on Stanford street, sell all asked to met In the Garrard County household and kitchen furniture, gar- Court room Saturday, August 25th, at Sale beglr.s at 2:30 2 o'clock p. m. at which time business den tools, etc. o'clock. Terms cash. of Importance, incidental to the DemoMltS. ADA KINNAIUD. cratic campaign will be brought up. It. L. Elkin, Chairman A. M. Bourne, Auct. Theo k Currey. c z 00 m See Border of "Ad" for Names of Cakes. W'linHJ 31O3U0 'OlS'lHdaW 2 The Central Record, Thursday Aug. 24 19 1 5 o 3 C 0 Trailer Which you Should See Before you Buy. CD S CD CD 0 FACTS Facts that cannot be denied. You will find more ARNOLD DUGGIES in use and fewer in the blacksmith shop for repair than nny other make known. There are few, if any. Hujjgies built as good as ARNOLD'S. Remember that we build the best buggy and sell it direct to the consumer, saving you nil middle men's profit, also the expense of crating, freight, drayage and drummers. Wc don't make harness, but we handle a number of the leading brands Will sell at actual cost nny Harness in the house when you purchase a Huggy. The fact is wc menu to deal square with you, not claiming to own or control n harness factory, neither have we a number of Buggy factories, but on the square we will sell the best buggy that can be bought for the money, nnd are truly proud of the reputation that Arnold Uuggien have made o O o Q O G YOU CAN'T GET AROUND FACTS. 3 WONDERFUL RESULTS. rrm w5kW 3 - r O P O m flH nit r D 3 C Did you ever see an Arnold Buggy with o broken axle or spring? We have never Our rec- 0) Hr We have had wonderful results with our patent reinforced double rench gear. They have been in constant use almost exclusively for the past six year? on Arnold's Haggles without a single broken reach, fifth wheel, king bolt or king kill brace, that lias ever come to my knowledge. If any one using an Arnold Huggy has had either to break at any time in the past five years, we would consider it quite a favor to let us know, as we want to publish the exact facts in regard to Arnold's Patent Double Reach Reinforced Gear. put a side curtain on our solid top, and haven't had a broken reach in six years. 0) ords show that we have had only one spring to break since we have been in business, and that has been ten years ago. We make Specialty of Trimming, Painting, Repairing all kinds of Motor & horse drawn Vehicles o 3 Second Street. BUCKEYE Mr. Smillie Hill visited friends in Madison Co lait week. Mr. Jenkins of Nowby was the week end guest of Mr. Smillie Hill. Mr. Willie Hay of Hyattsvilla visited Mr. and Mrs. Kay Noel last week. Miss MarnyeJManley of Mays Lick is with her sister Mrs. J. E. Edward. Dr. W. D. I'ryor wai a guest at the home of Mr. and Ilirnm Hay Sunday. Mrs. Kmma Manford and daughter, Miss Vera Ray are guests of Mr3. Lige Hay. Mrs. Julia Walker of Lancaster has been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Kemp M. ARNOLD. for a Danville, Kentucky. for U irara the atandard remrdr fur divavi. A liquid uard tltrniallr. all ikin intrant rrlif from Itch, sje.socand tlM. Yourmoner back ir the first bottle flora not brine ruu fatttb Atk alM about U.U.O. Soap. Prescription D.D.D. Eczema SUSPECT YOUR KIDNEYS Too Many Lancasler People Neglect I Early Symplons Of Kidney Trouble. R. E. McHoberts. Lancaster. Ky. LOWMjL Miss Bessie White, of Richmond, is visiting her mother, Mrs. Emma White Mr. and Mrs. Floyd, of Danville were recent visitors of Mr. and Mrs. William Finley. Mr. Will Finley who has been on the sick list for leveraldays is some better at this writing. Master Richard Itovle, of Lancaster has been spending a week with his cousin Eugene Boyle. Mr. Will Howe and son, James, of Richmond, spent the week-enwith his sister, Mrs. Jim Lee. Mr. Enos Davis, of Richmond was mingling with friends at his place last Saturday and Sunday, Lime in sacks or barrels, Cement, Sand, Rock, Screenings and Brick for by Hudson, Hughes & Fnrnau, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. llurle were the week-enguests of her patents, Mr. and .Mrs. Milton Rosa of Kirksville. Mrs. Jim Lee and Mrs. Lena Brown andbright little son, were the guests of Mr. und Mrs. J. II. Davis last Thursday. Miss Ocio lloyle has returned to her home at Lancaster aftet spending the past week with her brother, 0, V . Boylo and famil). Messrs S. C. and Willie Henderson motored to Waynesville, Ind., last week and will be the guests of friends and relatives of that place. d d If your back is lame- -if you feel dull, tired and all worn out If you have hard headaches, backaches and dizzy spells If the kidney secretions are Suspect your kidneys and "take a stitch in time." Use Doan'a Kidney Pilli, the kidney remedy. It may save you from somo serious kidney trouble. Make use of Mr Hihhard's experience. Frank Hibbard, Water St., Lancaster, says: "I had weak kidneys and their action was irregular and ofte-- i painful. Mv back pained me and it was then that I used Doan'a kidney Fills. They fixed me up in good shape. The pains left and my kidneys became normal." Price 20c, at all dealers. Don't simply usK for n kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr Hibbard had. Co., Props., Buffalo, N.V. time-trieFoater-Milburn Hessian Fly DOES ITS WORK AND WE DO NOT KNOW IT. Walker. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter were the guests Sunday of Miss I'eachie Mae Sanders at Coy. Mr Mai Carter and family were the guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar ller.dren in Madison Co. Mr. and Mrs. Ilascoin Brown are rejoicing over the arrival of a hoy at their home August 13th. Dr. and Mrs. G. M. Hendron visited If not too dry a season, sow your wheat, week of October 15th. Use high grade Fertilizer to push its growth and see if we know what we are talking about We her mother Mrs. Jasper in. Jessamine Co. the first of the week., Seed Wheat, Hye and Barley reclean- ed and of very line quality. Hudson, Hughes & Fnrnau. Ilrown and Lee Mr. and Mrs. daughter Miss Leie and Mr. llajcom Urown attended the Lexington Fair GUNNS CHAPEL. Mrs Geo Hall has been visiting relatives in Madison Co. Mr and Mry Carl May are at home with Mr and Mrs Talton May. Miss Minnie Easley of Lexington has been visiting friends and relatives hero Mrs Iletlie East of Jessamine county lias been visiting her neice, Mrs John Land. Mr. and Mrs. Talton May week-end Handle All Grades of Fertilizer 9 9 and our price is right. Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hill, Messrs Robert Ilurton and Crede Simpson and Miss Virgie Uourne were in Lexington Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Holt and dauglitcr Laverne have returned to their home in Louisville after a visit to Mr. und Mrs. John Ilrown. n M. and Mrs. Kemp Walker and Miss Ethel Mae Davis and Mrs. Julia Walker were the nd guests of Mr. and Mrr. gar Brandenburg, Miss week and Mr. Robert Elliott Wesley Walker at Danville. revival at Fairvlew last chil-dre- OUB FIELD SC EDS ABE CHOICEST Our Horse, Cow and Pig Feed yields a profit worth looking after. Our lumber is good and of the highest quality. See us. 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 spent the In Madison with relatives county. Ed Miss Thelma Simpson was the guest Florida Uoain of Miss Jessie C. Ray on the Wolf and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Amon, Mrs. II. Hay, Miss Mattie Calico and Willie 1'. Long were the guests ot Mr. and Mrs. Willie Haney at Lancaster Sunday. and Mrs. Herman Itay and Mr. grand daughter Miss Ethel Hay and Mrs Nori Teater uny daughter Miss Sallle Lou, were in Crab Orchard Monday the guests of Mr. and Mm. L. L. Sanders. Mr. Huss Simpson died at his home He had a In Colorado July 28th. number of friends and relatives here who regretted very much to hear of his death. lie leaves one sister Mrs, Nora Ilrown of Iowa and two brothers, Mr. Norman Simpson of Arkansas and Mr, Lewis Simpson of this place. A FEW BOURDON attended the Trail last week. Sunday Genuine Kanawha Salt does not harden in the barrel. For sale by Hudson, Hughea & Farnau. Miss Bertha Moore of Newport has been the guest of her cousin Mrs. John Cand and Miss Hollon, Mr and Mrs Ed Dalley and two daughters and Miss Nancy Walton visit -O- F-,' ed Mrs Nora May vnd family, at DROPS POULTRY CURE la tha drlsklcg water Makes Hens Lay Amazingly - ju J. Lurt Kuup. (Joldt, CtiOlrti. Umbcrneck I'revtoU Ooc 50o boltl make I 12 ichHods ot merikln. At cirmr fclitltvr bywllpoi.tp4U, Vftlif poultry vuije irea. I0UIS0I ICHlOt CO. lllltlUl, I;. R. Mount.Son & Co. Sold by Mr Hurley Fothergil who has bern employed in Cincinnati, has returned He was accompanied by Mr home. Win. Vedda. The meeting conducted by Rev. D. F. Sebastin, at Antioch School House, has been well attended. Quite a their faith in their Master, Hervey Paint x. & Lick, Kentucky. Woods 9 The Central Record, Thursday Aug 24 1916. MWW HflVMf WW WMf WlVMf W W Mf NMW M STAGNANT WATER. iHMMIIIIHIMIIHMIIIIIIM t w I'erluipi jou have wn n farm-r- r w turn hla xtnok Into n field with w no nvnllalile water orrrpt n ntoir-nnn- t kii(1. Uf Href rnttlo may w drink tlila writer nixl suffer no w npimrcnt Injury, but rnson mro w licon known In which iiunirroua w typhoid germs have hern found w In milk of dairy row vtlin drank I Iho water of uch plnrca. In fnrt. w mitlirrnLs of typhoid fewr have vt w Iwrn t thin auiiren. Stuc ti w Lnut water la wry undesirable rs w for ahrcp, ns It I frviUi-iitl)- ' u w aowro of atumnch wnriin. tin ur kn rontlmioiialy mi'.!ln with 17 w fresh ivntrr It la much more w profitable for the fnrtnrr to ilrnln f w tho pond or keep lili slock from t cabling nrcosa to It. Kami Prog tt w rea. ) w 1 i trnl ; LANCASTER Dr. Wm. at Ralney's - D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office Livery Stable. Lanonster. Kentucky JJ. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Olane. Fitted. S.tur.cllon (laaranteed. WHrffwwwwMrwwffwwKrtywKit HOW LARGE A FARM? J.E. EDWARDS, M.D ( Thar. Art S.vsral Important Factora to Da Comld.recl. product- tho Ihii rrttinur Hon Is often nkod. hut one lul.'ht nlHiiit na well nak tho situ or nn our of corn or nn lrlali imlato. Tho kind of farming, tin- - rnpltnl nnllahh mid oiOclnlly tin. "ri." i,t tK, man who manases It nrr nil linn.itiiht fiiit.ir which Inllnontv I In- - nnawrr Tho flral i!nt to li ilinrly art rnrt h la nlint li nirant bv tho fnrni, S laliit n writer In lh rnnrc-.sH- .. rnrnur. In wnno eaae I.(aa) nciin nro iivmiti-a farm, nhcu n n iimltcr itf in there hit twenty tu fiuty ilNiliut nulla, or In react) twenty in forty amaU farnw. which are Mneiall)' iir,rH 114 making up imo l,iru farm If the jtiivtloii refir tu Hie farm unit and not tu tl.,. iiugiUt of ituo that ma) Ih troiif. ,1 nu.'ir one llicii Iho nnauer ri''iu1a on the kind of farming, the iKullahlo lap Itnl for flnaiKliu: I lie farming mid tho ability of the farmer, hut If It refer to iiui:iUt of farm unit or the? iiuhiUt of famUlc which ! can kikil nfter ly one man then the ill, la oidy llnillcl ty the ncllvl. ties and ahlllty of tho manager. If lli acrenco or Uie farm unit I too auiall the ripenac acre for Iho IniDlemrnts and machinery nccvomry to do voamndcal bimI .indent work will I too great, nud )U without thla - "What alio should tin. farm I' to ThU iic.i. STBEET FAIL For the purpose of raising funds to erect a Fountain in the Center of the Park in Lancaster. The public spirited citizens, headed by the Civic Department of the Womans Club, will hold a home-mad- Phone 391-- M BUCKEYE, KY. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. fit John M. McRoberts. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky D. V. JI. Paint Lick, tl. John H. Casey, Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary Surgeon. Veterinary College. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. t e Street 7 the oiwrntor of the fnnu caiilml ohtahi the Uvt financial results. For luataiice, n man with forty acrea, on wlilfli only tlo to ten acrea of utiiAll grains nro crown, cannot nffonl to own a btiMWr. nrul yvt there la no dueatlon but th Idiider U iuiTary to tho moat econoiulriil baniwtlni; 0 those CTOJM. TliU aame prlnrlpta aillea aa to all qultiment of larwr coat and llmllcl OMb For (mall nervate" one cannot afforU hujh prlcvd liulninU that can only t uatd for a fow Uaya out of each yer. no mattar how eUlclrnt Uicm Implement way bo to a ceo in. pllahlng work. On the other hand, a farm of more than 000 oenm, or poaalbly of mora than BOO acrea at tho moat, la crnrrat ly to Urp for tlx) ieat rvaulta. Tho rwtaona are that thrra la too much for on niaiiaevr to after well If a Rood type of farming U doue, and tho dlatance from tle central point or from tho farm IrtilkUuK or from the moat distant inrfa of tho farm li no great that much tlmo la In coins to and from work nud In hauling crops or ciiljnnt Fair upon the grounds of the Lancaster High School on J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Olllce Over National Hank. Residence fhone 3. OfKce Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. Friday Night, Aug 25th, 1916 beginning at 7 o'clock. - Three Brown Manley CULTIVATORS to close out at cost. G. C. COX. Phone 229. Manse,Ky ;. Ik Office Hours M. K. Denny aid W.A. Wheeler 4 Ander !t producta. ALL KINDS OF ATTRACTIONS FOR OLD AND YOUNG. A Doctors Of Denial Surgery. Offlce: Slormei BuUdlngortt Hart ion's LANCASTER, nrnliure tore. KENTUCKY; Conversant to Handla Milk. Milk and cream from vvn a few cowa can la; much more comriilently handled In regular milk cans than la tho shallow pana and wide mouth buck-et- a commonly uaeiL Tho larger esl TREES BALLOON ASCENSIONS. Roses, Phlox, Peonies Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. NIGHT OF FUN and FROLIC. THIS INTERESTING TIME Fruitand Shade Trees Strawberry Plants, Shrubs. Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, No Agta, MYSTERY WELL. la a convenient can for collecting tlia milk at the bar a and trnuiferrlng It to tho bouae. Theae cana may bo bought in Turloui aln'a. l'or handling crenm nnd aklin-mil- k wbero aepurntnra nro uatnl or even ulicro croam la nut to aour for buttermaktitc tho "ahotguu can" li very convenient. It can lie c.iblly cov-ctinnd net Ui water nud M convenient to handle Cutworm Polaon. -If eutwonua provo troublesomo la tho garden or cornfloM thoy can 1)0 beUl In chock with n tultturu of tweu-ty-flr- o pounda of bran, linlf n Kiund of pnrla green or lead nraennto und n Quart of lnolAHaeii. Tlie lend nracuntu la uow chentcr than tho (wtrU green, and whichever la used ahould bo In two gnllona of wntcr, to which the molaaac nnd ground pulp of two h'liioiui or orunges ahould bo udded. ThU polaon inlxturo should bo Hcnt-Icre- d In the evening In order thut It luuy stay tnoUt 11a long na possible, na tho woniw refuso to cat It after It has bccoino dry. Tho addition of the oraugo or lemon Juice U tmportaut la making It nttructlvo to tho worms, but It U likely to bo ottractlvo to too chickens and somo other farm auUasW also with fatal sumilU. FEATURE WILL BE SHOWN FOR THE FIRST H.F.Hillenmeyer & Son? IN THIS SECTION. Lexington. Kentucky. 1811. 191G HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. GYPSY A FORTUNE TELLERS. lantern contest will be given. A prize will be awarded to the person making and displaying the most beautiful and unique home made lantern. A Pony Parade will be given at 5 o'clock in the afternoon in which many children will participate with gayly decorated carts and ponies. This Agreement Wltnesaeth; That in order to protect the came on our lands for a period of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do fo, and we further agree to prosecute with diligence all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpose of hunting. And we further agree to act as Deputy Game Wardens for the purpose of Carrying out this agreement. Except each of us have the rinlit to kill rabbits cn our urms or permit it to be done by another under our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible and reliable person selec'ed by us. This November 15th, 1915. li. L. Elkin, J. E. Robinson, W. II. Drown, Jno. 11. Kurra, Alex Walker, W. II. Burton. Hasclden llros., T. A. Elkin, P. M. Tinder. J. H. Dnlton, John II. Smith, Hubble, .1. N. Ross. G. M. Deshon, 11. B. Cox, Fisher Herring, Hughes Bros, J, W, Sweeney, W. M. Mahan, Withers Bros. William, Marcus and Jim White. 11. P. Wilmot, J. 1). Pope, Mrs. David Chenault, Pred J. Conn, W. R. Cook, J, vY. Elmore, HutTman Bros, T. C. Rankin. Wm. G. Anderson, Sain Cotton, T. M. Arnold. Jr. W. II. Moss R. E. Henry. Jno. M. White, Bright Herring, A. D. Bradshaw, B. L. Barktr. Music By Brass and String1 Bands. Refreshments of all kinds will be for sale upon the grounds. CHILDREN 5CTS. Jefferson "Schoof stuw. CXJMn.sTTK uiil raLL41.lllairsir opuO'.l7aeei tar(B. JaB.l. lraaskaaMl harsl In TWO TKAH IXL' kBK, da wm ADMISSION TO THE GROUNDS: ADULTS 10CTS, liOrau-l- t aUlf hlp UursMsiTTultlui W f navab CsftlsIO U tBi Mil aftf iHioitHt atlrhlba; bftsiaswiu f Tawuiw jadtnuo raWy io Cruu, write ti. llilt ELLtOTT tOWUm, btl, iMinillt, Kf. The Central Record, Thursday Aug 24, 1916. The Central Record INCORPORATED. HSUED W'Kr.KI.Y. K. $1.00 A YEAR, J. R.L Knterrd Member ROBINSON. EDrroR. EI.KIN. Locnl K.litor nnd Mfir, ti the pint IISW- In I nncmlf r, it Second CIum Mml Miner - Kj Kentucky I'ress Association end Eighth District l'ubllshers League, Lancaster, Ky., August 24, 1916 Rntes For I'oliticnl Aniioiinceinents For Precinct and Citv UIIi:es . . . 6.00 por County Offices 10.00 15.00 tor State am District Office 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications In the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line 10 Obituaries, per line .03 Democratic Ticket. For 1'resident WOODHOW WILSON', of New Jersey. For Vice President THOMAS It. MAKSIIAU. of Indiana. FOR CONGRESS. national preparedness in the political and moral sense. The arguments for it lie not on one line only but on many. We need It on the purely military ground of providing n partially tralnncd reserve to support rur regular army and navy in case of nttack and to fill gaps in its ranks. Wc need it as a supplement to our rducitional system, In order to provide the best sort of Individual training. Wc need it most of all ns n necessary safeguard for our political Institutions; ns an object leon in the reciprocity of rights and du'ies, without which politics dc generates Into a scramble for office and privilege in which administrate elllcncy is sacrificed. In the light the history of the Ian fifty years, intelligent provision the against twssible dangers of war means Intelligent r reparation for the certal demands of peace. Whether the United States will b called upon to face the necessity for war is something which nt the moment w.ien I am writing no man can tell From the sleepy fcling of ove security which we felt two years ago we have been suddenly awakened to onse of danger; nnd, as usuall; happens in such cases, the notual amount of Immense of that danger I: probably exaggerated in our minds. It M unlikely that any nttack could be or ganized against us nt present which well developed navy would be unable to meet. Hut we have to prepare for the future as well as for the present. W have to guard against internal dangers as well as against external ones. W have to train ourselves for the contests of peace, as well ns for those of Wa: For these purposes it is necessary tha our citizens should be as loyal. obedient, as efficient, as well organized, as their neighbors President Hadley of ale, in the r ouths Companion. d Second Prize $10. Three honorable Mentions. 1. All posters awarded prizes or honorable mention, to become the property of the Kentucky Equal Rights Associawithout The last quarterly meeting services tion designer. further compensation to the for the year were held last Saturday The Committee reserves the right and Sunday at the Methodist Church to retain any design submitted until The P. E. Rev II. C. Greer, of Danville, January 1 mid exhibit same if desired being present nnd his able sermons without cost or compensation to the were greatly enjoyed by every one who nitist. heard htm. 3. Designs in black nnd white may The W. C. T. U. will meet Friday be submitted, but designs in color pre nfternoon nt 3: 30 o'clock with Mrs. ferred. All to be original designs. I. The nrea of the design shall not It. C. Rose. Miss Mamie Italian! will be leaJer. her subject being n sketch of be less that two square feet or more the history of. the W. C. T. U. Some than ten squnre feet.' 5. Designs shall have at leas' one-thispecinl music will be given , also a Recof its area left blank for inforitation bv Master Julian Cunningham. It is hoped that every member will be mational printing (such as time, place present. of meeting, speakers, topics, etc.). Mrs It. C. Rose was hostes at nn The blank may be broken by the design. ti. Yellow should be introduced Into el BboraW course dinner Wednesday evening In honor of her guest, Mrs. the design but need not dominate. 7. Design will be judged: J. C. Woolfolk, of Lexington. a. For popular appeal. 'Ibe table was beautiful in its appoint b. Maximum of effect nnd minimum ments, an immense bowl of Golden-glowas used for the central dec expense to reproduce. c. The i lory it tells in n few bioad oration and chrystal candlesticks holding yellow candles wer.e effectively lines. d. Pleasing color scheme using not placed. Covers were laid for eight. The ont of town guests being Miss more than three colors, e e. Number of sketches submitted Marguerite Woolfolk of Lexington, nnd Miss Carrie Iloulden of NIcholasviile. Danville visited Mrs. It. P. Swope nnd Mrs W. II. Swop last week. Miss Mary Ellen Farley has returned home from a very pleasant three weeks visit to relatives at Harrodsburg. Mrs. Carl Edens of Detroit Mich, and Miss Eunice Hrookvof Jessamine, visited Mrs. Herbert II rooks last week. The many friends of Mr. Ralph Scott were delighted to see him out driving n few days ago for the first time since his severe attack of Tvphoid. Mrs. Hngan Mallard entertained Informally Thursday evening with n water melon feast in honor of Misses Marguerite Woolfolk of Lexington nnd Carrie Iloulden of Nicholssville. iThe Womans Club I (E.lllfil llj The Womsn.ctuljp Ion, Edwin P. Harrow prize contest open to nil Kcntuck-lans- 1 is annouueed by the Kentucky Equal Rights Associrtlon. The terms of the poster competition, which opens August 1, and closes November 7, are A as follows; First I'rlze-lt- G. The greatest living Kentuckian, will speak at the Court House in LANCASTER, KY., Monday, August 28th, at 1:30 p. m.. In the Interest of the republican party Mr Morrow who said "The welfare of Kentucky and her people Is greater than the Ambition of any man" Is honored by Kenlucklans of all DON'T FAIL TO HEAR HIM. par-tic- s. Misses Sadie and Christine Scott are visiting in Lexington. Mrs. J. K. Dougherty of Lexington Louisville Ky. is visiting here this week. Designs must be sent to the 10. Miss Dora Hello Eason is at home Seelbach Hotel, Itli St, Louisville Ky. care of Kentucky Equal Rights Asso from a visit in Harrodsdurg. Mr. Clark, of Wilmort, is the guest cintion on November 11th between 9 A. M. and 0 P. M. of his friend Mr. Williams Ison. Miss Janie Hello Frost has returned ATTENTION VETERINARIANS. from a pleasant visit in Iiuckeye. Mrs. E. J. Pcore, of Stanford spent preventable disease. mary, August 1917. Hy an act passed by the Last Gener- last week with her many friend j here. ul Assembly, approved March 21th, 1916 We publish on the first page a notice We are authorized to announce E. U. Northern or Home Grown Itecleaned now known as chapter 71 of the Acts Ray as a candidate for the Democratic to subscribers asking that all back sub Seed Rye. Hudson, Hudson & Farnau. of 19IC which regulates the practice of nomination for Assessor of Garrard scriptions be paid up at once. Th Master Vergel Scott of Lexington Veterinary Medicine, Surgery and Dencounty, subject to the action of the cause for this is celf evident. Paner has been a recent guest of relatives. tists in the State of Kentucky, a State alone has advanced until it is mora Primary, August, 1917. was .Miss Nancy Lethers of Danville is Hoard of Veterinary Examiners than four tiuies the vnlue that it was visiting her sister Mrs W. II. Duncan created, which Hoard shall hold meetings whenever necessary for the pur- When he was Secretary of State, Mr. year ago. We do not wish to rai?e the Miss Lenis Hamm, of Louisville, is j post Bryan wrote a letter to the receiver of subscription price to one fifty as mos of receiving applications for cer visiting her sister Mrs. Herman Har tificate of license or the papers have done am' w, Customs at Santo Domingo inquiring of the examination of nett. as to what positions could be obtained will not cut down the size as long as it candidates for such certificates. .Mr. J. E. Scott has been very ill AH persons who have been practicing for "deserviug Democrats." Candi- is possiple to secure paper. We ask with hay fever and asthma for several veterinary medecire, surgery or dendate Hughes quoted this letter in his vour cooperation. lavs. speeches declaring it shameful, and the tistry within this State for one year Misses Grace lson and Mary Hughes The report of the State Superintend Commoner comes back at him like a next prior to the passag of this act Public Instruction shows that of Wilmore are guests of Miss Nettie and those holding diplomas from recogthousand of brick. He says that he dent of enforced the civil service law to the only about IS per cent of the children Ison. nized veterinary colleges are entitled to Mr. Coghill aud family, of Shaker- - a license upon application to said Hoard letter with the employees of the State of school age attended school last year. Department wherever it was in force, neniucKv nas strict laws requiring town, visited D. S. Lane and family an its approval of same and upon the but hefelt free to reward deserving parents to send their children to school Sunday. payment of n fee of $7. Such certifiMr. Allen Williams ana family are cates of license shall he recorded in the Democrats whenever it could be done but these laws have never been en We art- - a firm believer in spending the week with Cincinnati forced. without detriment to the service. office of the County Clerk of the county In which licences resides. Ar.d unlit Then after declaring that .Mr. Hughes Moonlight Schools but Kentucky will relatives. continue to be the most illiterate Stat has shown himself prompt in "dis Miss Nettie Askins a teacher of such licerse is recorded, the bolder shall cnarging obligations lie hands it to save one as long as the .aw requiring Iiuckeye spent Sunday with her not exercise any of the rights and pnvi attendance is ignored. him thus: leges therein conferred. parents. j "When he was candidate for Governor Aiier me isi iny oi January K'li h Mrs Hettie Hill has returned from a Mr. Hughes received the support of pleasant visit with her daughter in shall be unlawful Cor any person to MANSE. the railroads of New York, and he gen practice veterinary medicine, surgery Peru. Inu. erously repaid the debt by vetoing the .Mrs. H. P. Cann has been sick but i Miss Katie McConn of Lexington or dentistry or branch thereof In this passenger rate bill. He did improved. was a weeK enu guest oi iirs n. c. Commonwealth if he does not hold a not describe that as shameful. When certificate of license as above stipulatEvery one is glad to see Miss Carrie Christopher. a candidate for Governor he received Clark ed and any violation of this Act shall Le out again. Mrs. Helle McConn of Lexington, is punishable by the support of the New York tax dod a fine of nut less than Several people from here nttended the guest of her daughter Mrs H. S. gers, the owners of 'swollen fortunes $C0. or by imprisonment of not exceed the road Head Fair. Christopher. and he paid his debt by sending t ing two months or by both fine and im Mits Allie Creech has returned home Miss Ann Scott Dietrich is at home prisonment. message to the legislature protesting All applicants for license shall pre from a pleasant visit in Frankfort and against the income tax amendment to after a pleasent visit at llerea. sent their diplomas or other credential the Federal Constitution. He does not Mrs. Mary Clark had a very painful Nicliolasville. describe that as bhameful" Miss Georgia Cook and nephev, C. as required by Section 3 and I of thi acciuem ty taiiirg anil spraining her "He is now being supported by the knee. Cecil, Jr., of Lexington visited rela Act, to the Statu Heard of Veterinary Examiners when filing their appllca railroads of the United Stotes. nnd he tives last week. . P. Anderson nnd .Mrs Mrs. meetings expects to pay them back bv aiding Hobinson swnt Tuesday in llerea Miss Uaker of Waco who has been lions. Said Hoard will hold them to escape state legislation and with relatives. the guest of Miss Hazel Ogg left Mon at the places designated below for the purpose of receiving applications. The find a haven of security in 'exclusive Mrs 15. K. Conn and Mrs W. 1 day for u visit in Moreland. meetings will begin promptly at 9 a. in. Federal control over the railroad,.; w Anderson were the guests of MrsK. C. Mrs Leroy Itrown and daughter of at the following plncea: is being supfKirted by the Shipping Iioain Friday. Iiuckeye were guests of J. S. Asl.iim Lexington, Wednesday, September Trust, and expects to pay them back Sunday. Miss lhelma Kobtnkon, ar.d Grace and family Hotel. 20th. by helping them to prevent Government Missea Floience Christopher and Louisville, Wtdnosday, Septemlier competition. He is supported by the Smith were the guests of Misi Kuth Alyce Mabel Seolt attended Tenehera 27th, 1010 -- Sellbaeh Hotel. trust magnate, ni.d expects to wy Suwder Sunday. SsnkI Wheat. Rye and Harley reclean Institute iu Harrodsburg, last week. Henderson, Wednesday, October 1th, them back by shielding them from Hotel. Messrs L, II. Ruble, Joe Hamilton, punishment for the extortion which ed and of very fine quality. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau, Select one of the ubove place for and famliea motorid to Sulphur, last they desire to practice; he is supported by Wall Mreet and expects to pay them Mrs, It. K. Conn of Lancaster, has Thursday anil were guests of Mr W. P. your application ot license und be on hand promptly. back by spending American blood and been the guest of her daughter Mrs Ruble. Mat S. Cohen, squandering money raised by taxation W. P. Anderson and also her sons Rev. Reagan and ion closed an (iter President, State Hoard of Veterinary in order to guarantee profits on spec- Messrs George uikl Hugh Conn. ating ten days meeting at Drown s ulative investments. There were seveifl Examiners. A large crowd was out at Eeavell Chapel Sjnday. "And yet. wiOi the record which he Groen Sunday, to hear liro. I.unsford conversions. hai mudo in paying his political preach and also a large crowd Sunday obligations at the expenses of the night fur Christian Endeavor. WHAT'S THE REASON" "What Congress has public and uilli the pledges his speeches dono concerning: contain to those who are now aiding Hittron and West sell Kool Cloth Suits BUYANTSVILLE his ambitionr, he has the impudence to fur $C. when others get J7.50 for them. h d up for criticism a legitmate effort Why do Hatson and West sell O liry- Several from here attended the Stan- to reward competent men for the serv. an Overulls at $1.15. ford Fair this week. Ico which they have rendered to the What's the Hoason Mis Stellu Mae Grow is the guest of cnu.e of reform." They sell all mdseeocheap andquick ! This seems to have brought 11 r. friends at NIcholasviile. and what people are HECAUSE Hughes to his tenws as he has not Mr. and Mrs I.em Teater spent thinking about It'' They keep Infective Styles. referred directly to the matter since Sunday with friends at Versailles. HECAUSE" In rsl Mr, Dry an' pointed strictures . Mr. Liiitoriftl Coiiunsiit Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Dean nnd Mrs. Their priees) btlnj; homo the Hughes' seeming determination to J. II. Deuu were in NIcholasviile MonIIACON. knock everybody and evervthing Dem- day. HECAUSE" Thii It the title U booldtt ocratic is proving a boomerang and he Mrs. A. T Christopher of Somerset, Thev keep mdse. thats well selocttd. e hin prepared. Wa will soon discover that to a man who has been visiting her sister Ml s Eliza HECAUSE" shall be clad to send lives in such a thin glass house as he I son. show and tell people even They can copy free, to any does. It li a very foolish performence Messrs. J, C. Williams and J. Hogsn from Missouri. one Interested. to throw rocks. Dullard went to Ii vine Wednesday on HECAUSE" business, Thev are good buyers. Co. demand for mihl.try education In The Mr. II. II. Halcomb who has been They have small expense aud do South Bethlehem, Pa. the United States rests, not simply on quite ill with typhoid fever continues their own work. the need of national preparedness In auout tne same. THAT'S THE It EASON. the military sense, but on the need of Mrs. R. M. Arnold and children, of See their KOItN KELLEIt Shoe. we-k- ly two-ce1 don A great deal of time, labor and KY money is being given just now in an effort to find a preventative for infan We are authorized to announce Miss tile paralysis, just as lor many years Jennie HifTcins a candidate for County men devoted tneir lives in an effort to School Superintendent If reports of of Garrard find n typhoid vaccine. County, subject to the action of the the regular army are to be believ there has not been a case of typhoid Democratic primary AuRU-t- t 1917. in that organization since tie use of We are authorized to announce J. O. the vaccine was required.of all soldiers, Ilocie, as a candidate for the Democ- and it is practically unknown in Europe ratic nomination for County Court today In the armies where vaccination Clerk, primary to be held August 1017. is required. This seems proof sufficient that the tvphoid vaccine is an absolute We aTe authorized to announce preventative. The percentage of ty Jeptha Onstott a candidate for the phoid In Garrard County is much create democratic nomination for County Court man me percentage of infantile pa Clerk, subject to the action of the pri- ralyeis In New lork, and typhoid is BUENA VISTA Miss Lucy Jennings is on the sick list. Mr. Jack Evans, cf Danville was at home Sunday. Prof. I. D. Hoc!:er of Itooncville, is HARVEY HELM.ot STANFORD, with friends here. person not limited. S. Mrs. Thomas JeHVrson Smith, President of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association, will present prizes at the meeting of the Kentucky Equal Rights Association to be held at the Seelbach Hotel, 4th St., Louisville Ky, on the dates of November 15th and 16th. 9. For further information, address Kentucky Equal Rights Association, Richmond Ky, or Miss Emma Hast, Chairman. Cortlnndt Hotel, lib St , mam OPENING. THURSDAY. AUC-US-T FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, 24th, 25th., 26th,16 Our Tailor from Schloss Bros., of Baltimore, Md, is coming with his full line of samples and will take measures for Fall Suits on the above mentioned dates. Give us your measure now in order to have your New Suit when the fall season opens 300 Samples to Select From, Overcoats and Suits $18. to $40. Don't fall to see this line while on display at my store. HOUSE OF QUALITY. LANCASTER, KY. i ! Government Armor Plant leld Bethlehem Steel YOU SHOULD WORRY. WOODROWl .(l'siUaa4 Suttra Aigtu 1 The Central Record, Thursday Aug. 24 1916 Miss Mary Llrnoro left Tuesday to Mr J. It. Cornn was In I.on!on this visit friends in Greensbarg. Week, on business. i J. W. Klmore made a business trip Mr, Henley V. Ilastin mnile a bus! JOHN DEERE AND IIOOSIER WHEAT DRILLS. to Kast llernstad, last Monday. ncss trip to Cincinnati this week. MAN Mlses Dorothy and MarKArlte Irvine Mr. Will Doty, of Winnsboro, S. C, Your account Js due and must be pnld at once , pthcr l Is the vilest of relatives in this city and of Danville Mrs J.I), are VMlltnt naic 10 uo. a rhi Mention of ihe Conine.. .r.j county. Hatcher. wise I will have to rorce collections Wt A" :n',r,,", '" from the firm of J. R. Mount. U"lr Mr. and Mrs. James A. Hubble, of Mis I.jdla Klmore rettitned Monday Havlnrt withdrawn anil Is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kubanks, Ky.t are visiting relatives In Son & Co., to tfo Into other business, I desire to thank "Iliad stomach trouble for nearly i body pouring coal into the sewer." darrard. W. Klmore. four years. It gradually worked on Thousands .f twonln enl n,l -- n( my customers for their patronage ana request mat MiMjuhaZannneMn Stanford, the J. ,i Mrs L. N. Miller Is in Itichmond for me so bad that the doctors said they eat. The Mr. J. V. Arnold, of llirminpham, Stonefood does them about as come In and settle their accounts and notes now, KU,'at nf they ha been the RUifit of her parents, Mr. n viit to her parent. Mr and Mrs I,. couldn't do anything for me. I was much rood a the coal that went intr. it. nnn .ura. v m. iiurneuoi Mieniy and Mrs. J. (2, liurnside. T. Wilson. advised by n friend tn take Tnnlac, thu the sewer. Food utile as I need the money to'put Ir.to my new business. thoroughly dvide are visiting relatives iind friend now tonic." said Mr. Fred S well, who igested cannot crter the blood nncl Mr Noel llocie, son of Mr and Mrs Mr. T. i:. Arnold, of Dcland, Fla., in thi'ir oh! holm- - lu re Respectfully, lives at 1.12 Main street, Versailles Ky. produce bcAhly strength. W M. IIKie, has accepted n lucratlv I hero cm a vi'it to hi iter, Mm. "One bottle of it made me feel better 1 hat I why .Mr. Victor Stone, aeecitntinid.il by IHHlthm In Detroit, Mich. Tanlac Is so highly recLula Johnson. hi two young son, wan In Lancaster and by the time I had taken several ommended. It ditie-- t food, cause it Mi's Kliz.iheth Wilkiuton, of Unrein, week greeting frier iIh in hi old I began to think I was cured. to make tin. Mrs. A. II. Klkln, of Uuisvllle, has bottles strength and naturally the arrived Inst Friday for a visit to Mr. been n recent visitor of her istcr, 1 stopped taking the medicine and do turves are home Ciiicte I, the blood improved and Mr. I!. II. Wilkinnon. not believe I will le with my ami many ailment such as headache. Mrs. Lula Johnson. .Mr. Win. Mack Mlliotl returned last ailment any more. Uncle "Cius Dunn who lias been dizsines. constipation, week from Aktnn. Ohio, where he ha nausea and Mr Willie Ilelle West ha returned To illustrate a point the following nt! er ill promptly relieved. employed liy tin- Firestone Rub-- 1 iuile alck from an attack of acute in- - home from Akron, Ohio, where he has story Is told: cliKeation, is convalescent. lanlaei bein introduced in Lanher Co. held n good position. A coal wagon drove tip in front of caster at It. E Mcltoberts. .Mr. I.uther Foley, of Lexington, Mr. .Shirley Hudson: wa a recent an office building. The driver dumped Tnnlae may ! obtained in the nearby Mr. Cyrus Daly visited her sisters. visitor nt tlw home of Ida cousin, ha been Ihe truest of her Aunt, Mia the coal, and. ns he was letting it run cities. I'aii.l Lick. Mr. Dollie Ilrown and Miiw Amanda J. N. Metcalf; Mle Anna Mao and Ellen Walker of Sallie Tillett, on Hill Court. into the chute, lie observed a darky Ilecker & Ilallard; Little Anderson, last week. I Richmond Hon. Horace I.. Walker, of Louis watching him and laughing a only a Hickman, Collier and Hruner; Ilerea, Mr. J. M. Rjin, of Lebanon and ville, was a (jtiest for a few days this Dr. W. S. Klkin. of Atlanta, joined darky can laugh. S. K. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug hi wife here Wednesday "What's the matter with you?" said Stole; Junction City, Reynold nnd for n ten Mn. J. F. M.iy, of liHlianuiKftli have week of relative and friend. th- - driver. "Da you always Istixh Evans; Richmond. II. L. Ferry & Son; liven the guesta of Mr. hikI Aim. Geo. Miss Nancy lang. nf CottonburK, Is day visit to his old home. when you see somebody pouring eonl Crab Orchard, Lyne llro ; Iltirgui, j Spoonamnre. the attractive Client of her ki.ter, Mr. 0. Mr. ami Mrs. Newland, of Stanford, into a hole?" T. Schoolflekl; Danville. John S. Wells. Mm Wadelie Paiks, Mr. W. T. Dunn John Iton. on Stanfoid street. have been recent vi liters of Mrs. f "No, boss," said the darky "but I just R E. Meltoberts. Lancaster, and W. C NEVER ' and Mr. and Mr. Charley Dunn. aunt, Mr. Lula Johnson. Mr. Mollle Martin, of Stanford has can't help laughing when I ste some- - West. Silver ("reek. tnotured to Lexington Wednesday ami been viMtiri; Mr. and and .Mr. L. (!. NEED REPAIRS Mr. Alexander Kobinon returned attended the fair. Davidson on Iticlunond street. from Akron, Tuesday, where he has Mors Milton Elliott, Julin Mcltol-- j Miss Lula McWhorter. of I'aint Lick, hekl if position with a tire factory in I ertH, Daniel Elkiu mill Ector Lawsoti ha lieen the clmniiing guest of MK . iim.it in this colum. i i FAR ill PR'S COLUMN iK attended tlie Lawroncehurg IVIr and I.id.i liifinev for tho week end. .viis i.nnsn ft. danee l t Thursday. lias been vis Roofing Co. aki Contrnctors or Ccrtrii.lit sir. Clayton Morrow i recovering .ura amriey hstes, or near Mr. W. T. Dunn from Crosbertnn. rnpiply from a slight attack of what at inng . r.O North 2.'nl Street Pa. l'hiliuld.diin. I'reachersville and attended the i dpiwf t'flOW l Room for t l.ftili ictii apply to Mr II. F. 'Texas, ha returned to hi Inline after first wa thought wa typhoid fever. r - Hhts. ami li for Walter phone rnt tte iue ol our Fair. fil. a two weeks' Unit to friend and rela- n of nt, , the tu h tinitfc on .Mr. Z. T. Iiice. of Uichmond, has .'ic Ih'ii lives in thin and adjoining counties. iit ffM lo miterMr. Herman Hoover, of George- farm Furnished, down stairs room for rent lieen here for a few days looking after town, Htll returned to her home after a t!(tut. No iiottrf he only it ?' ite1 ttxt-- f iniir I'hone 205. Mint nil. Sinai Ida and Lily Grant, society his farming interests in this county. J. 0. Ilogie. in 'wo l the two week visit with her father, Mr. BcOKft. free f eliRtge editor of the Recoid. left Saturday Money to loan on real estate. Apply .Mi II. Smith. Jennie Cox I able to return to J. for the I'.lue Ridge Mountnln nf VirTor Sale; A cocl SdUthdown buck. tr- II. Clay KaulTman, Attorney. ginia, where they will spend 2 weeks'. her duties at Jose pb'a after a weeks Mr. and Mr. J. A. Hubble. Mr. S. Henry Arnold, IlyaKsville. illness at her home on Danville street II. INtes and daughter, Lillian, motor-iFOR SALE: A good Mosler safe. Mr Itert Enbry returned from tobacco sticks. FOi: SALU-10.0- 00 Mr. I'rice McUrath. has returned to liiclnnond Tuesday and were II. D. Lee. Lancaster, Ky. Akron, O., Saturday with hi father, Sweeney Morgan. frcm abu.iness trip to Saratoga, N. Y. guests of Mr. A. I). L'stcs and wife. OF in their car. lie lias lieen emtiloyed WANTED-lO- O during the summer at the Goodrich and from a pleasure trip toShatpsburp, cars of wheal; will FOIl SALE: Lot of good mixed Miss Mary RrM, our capable and Ky. pay highest market price. Have lot hay. Rubber Co. competent tjplst. i taking a vacation Friend heie will be glad to kr.ow this week and her Mrs. Victoria Anderson. of new unused sacks. Mi. ami Mrs J. K. Diekcrson and untiring services are Roy S. Schooler. Mr D. A. Thomas, of Stanford i family. SlnV, A. being missed by the entire ollice force. and children, that Fori SAI.K 2. good ewes and 3 extra Mr George I). Robinson and T. 1!. conialeseent from an attack of typhoid FOR RENT The Alex Walker propMr and Mr. J. W. I'umphrey en- good I'oland China boars. Sbvin are recuMrating nt Elixir Sptin fever. erty on Lexington street. Call on Walker llradshaw. Mi this week. Itehecca Walker ofWinns-bor- tertained at a six o'clock dinner Tuestf. G. C. Walker. I will at two o'clock T. M., on day in honor of their daughters, e Fop. Sam: 150 buihels of larley, 75 S. C. i the guest of her Mis It. A. McGrnth, who has been It. II. Whittaker. of Yates Cen- bushels of seed rye. FOR RENT My house and s Lexington uncle Mr. visiting her daughter, Mr. T. K. avenue. J. J. Walker, on ter, Kansas, and Sylvester M. Jordan. Mr C. A. Robinson. of land, just out of town limit. Adam, of Sharburg, returned home of Terre Haute, Ind." Possession given at any time. Tuesday on account of the illness of thorough-breFOR SALE: Ten Judge F. I'. Friable and son, Hudson G. I'. Terrill. I'hone 159. Mr. S. 0 Denny will entertain Southdjwn buck lambs. I'rice $15. Mr. Gus Dunn. leave this week for a pleasure trip to Lexington and other Hiints In Central Friday at noon in honor of her house each while they last. Mr. Kred Waide. of New Orleans, For Sale. guest, Mrs. E. T. Halley of Newman A. D, llradshaw, sell at public outcry In Lancaster, Ky., in front of the and Mr. John I.jnch, of Mavville, Kentucky. Calf. The out of town guests beinc. Stanford. Route I. Household and kitchen furniture. Mis Fannie and llettie West enterhave been recent guests of Dr V. I). Rex Theater door, my MrsJ. S. llaughman and .Mr F. 11. Mrs. John Mount. I'ryor. the former being an old friend tained Mrs. Tom Dunn and Miss Nan Guinea of Danville. LOST Dig, handsome, black white MrsJ. F. Kobinson and Dunn of Fort Worth Texas during tht of Macon Ga. and MrsJ. F. Coolt of and tan bitch, just weanad puppies. LOST Left A. K. Walkers July Gth. Any Lexington, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. H. I.ee I'ayne ami two past wetk. AND information will be appreciated. hatu'some children, have returned to Th' Christian Endeavor, of the ChristIlrown raincoat. Reward to finder. U. II. Sninebroad. the lent estate Woods Walker. i their home at Iicnnjt. Mi., after a ian church gave u delightful and happy man of Lancaster, Mi3 Jennio Higgins. over TERMS: One half cash on January 1st, 191 7, pleasant visit m their friend. Mr. and hay ride and picnic on Dix river last shaking hands with was many Monday FOR RENT My farm of CI acres his Lincoln Mrs. J. I Hamilton. Monday evening. county friend. Mr. Swinehroad i re- for 1917. For particulars apply to when deed is to be mode, and one half to be paid July PRIVATE GARAGE. Mr and Mrs U?M? Lyon ami Mis Miss leaves J. A. Conn, Jr. Lncaster, Ky. Central location. Will this ceiving condolences over the loss of his 1st, 19 17, bearing Interest from January 1st, 1917, Nannie Anderson have return"d from a week forMayme Walters to rent cheap. partner. Col. M. D. Hughes, Sublette, I ml., visit her Jersey I'hone 74. FOR 10- when full possession will be tfiven. mo'orine; trip to Cincinnati, where they Mster, Mrs. John llarton. Her niece that fine old gentleman win died in his tf Hull 18 months old. Perfect color and their fall and winter return with her. home at Lancaster last week. Mr. I will first offer the building and the ground on pu. chased II. J. Tinslev. miliiner and diy good.. SwinebroaJ will now go it alone in their markingj. Kr.! TOBACCO TENANT WANTED. Miss IVarl Crutchflelil, has returned Lancaster, 1 which it stands, and then offer the adjoining lot and Misses Kuth Mr. und Naomi Chandler, of from a pleasant trip to McKinncy, well known real estate agency. I'hone or then the whole thereof, being the lot I purchased from Campbellaville and Misses Adkin and where she bra been visiting her aunt, Swinehroad is well qualified forhis task FOR RENT-- &J acres of good grass Jack Adams apply to Henry Lloyd at residence. I'hone 201. e for he has hau alnust a of ex- - and plenty of water. (atlifT. of Williamsburg, lave btin the Mr. J 'i ines Lamb. J. 13. Conn, and the bid or bids realizing the most monperience in judging value of central Mrs. Carrie Davidson. of Mr. and Mr. ey will b2 accepted. Picture Show and Theater Fix- attractive guests on I'ichnmnd street. Mrs. V. T. Ectles and Mis Altertine Kentucky farms ami has the esteem R. F. I). no. II. Lancattcr. HORSES AND MULES WANTED Ham Tomlmxin, Harbiioti, tures to be reserved. The building is a three story The I'reebvterian Christian Kndeavor their homesof Denver have toreturned to and confidence of all who have ever, For. SALi: 400 bushels extra quality, I will buy some good cotton or armv after a visit their aunt,-Mr- done business with his firm. Interior Society were delightfully entet mined mules or horse. structure of concrete and was erected in the .1. C. Hurnsidj. absolutely clean w heat. Journal. W. 11. Burton. of Uev. and II. S. G. A. Swinehroad. It is feet and stands on a lot feet. nt the home Maple avenue Mr. Friday Mr. Willie Hico Anion, has returned Mr . Theodore Currv. of Lancaster. liiKi-oLancaster. Ky. on last The adjoining lot 18 feet. Everything in per- evennn;. Delicious refreshments were from Cincinnati, where he ha beeril spent the day here yesterday with Mr. j FOR SALE; Three thousand good pursueing hi art work, under a noted and Airs. Fisher Gaines. FOR SALE. C. Green, oak tobacco stick. fect repair, and located one block from Public Square. nened. prolesor of that city. Mr. Roburt Ilurton. of Garratd spent Faint Lick, Kv. be entered Into on day of sale, and Miss Olive Denn, of Warsaw. Ky. Having jold my Ilarber Shop. I have Contracts will the day here Saturday on business. panned through our city last Friday for Mr. John Uogeru. of Cincinnati. O., an eight room house, practically new, STRAYED: -- From my place Mr. John Higginbotham nnd Mis the purchaser Is to give approved security on same. a visit to Mr. W. K. Warner, of wa the guest of hi cousin Mis Mary Gill of Lancaster, Spent Sat- - uriIav August 5th, a nice Red Hull, on Crab Orchard St, for sale. For any Dean has recently Turner of this place. Mr. Uugora left Mis Stanford. Malcolm House weight about 9(Kl pounds. Information information see uidny afternoon in Danville. been the guent of Miss Margatet Tuu.-da-y for llarbouisville. J. C. Morgan. Mrs. Alexander Kennedy ha returned wil1 be rewarded. Noland, of Madison. ....... 41', . i i NOTICE. Mr. William llaughman ot Danville home from a visit to her daughter. .i t unit) MAtj mivi ..ri hi.,. r... Misae Mary ned Alma Lear of I'aint an-- Mr. and Mrs. (ieorge Kobinson of Mrs. Farnau, and .Mr. Farnau, at Lan- grazing. Cattle or horses preferred. Having sold my place and entire I. nk and Mis Knight of lmisville, Danville weru the recent guesta of caster. V. 1). Wnlter. I.Tineaster. Kv. business and desiring to close up all D.'. and Mrs. John Jackson were accumpaimd by Mr Harry Franci Mise Fannie and llettie West. passed through Lancaster tlii week dinner guest of Dr. and Mrs. J. A. i Twenty thouai d feet of sheetingand accounts at once, will nsk that those Mr. T. M. Wilson, has joined Mr Anion, of Lancaster, the Will sell cheap knowing themselves indebted to me will f.ir Crab Diehard, where thev will latter part of two by four lumber. kindly call and settle immediately. Wilson here, after a trip to Sanders tho week. for cash, also five new hiy frames. pond about ten dajs. Danville Advocate. Kv.. where he ha been judging the J. E. SCOTT, Hughe Ilros. Adulph Joseph i cm a busireH hom at the Fair Mr. A most enjoyable Louse party was Ruena Vista Ky. at that place. "to Cincinnati, trip Clevelat'd and FOR SALE: One horse wagon and given by Mis Anne Melvin, of Walden-siMr. lien Woods, the polite soda Chicago where he will replentish hi Teun., in honor of her guest. Miss h.irne; one buckUvtrd nnd two feed stock with the latest fall and winter chaser at Mcltoberta Drug store is Edna llcrkele of Lancasler, Ky. Those boxoti. capacity each. bushels dry kuocIh. ltefore returning he will tnkinir a week's vacation. Mr. (Jeorgc who accepted .Miss Melvin' hospitality Mr. I. C. Rueker. Direct frcm grower. White aud bitake n pi astire tiip to l'eiii, I ml. l'almer i assisting in hi nbence. Faint Lick. Ky. ennial yellow; hulled ami uuhulled. beside the bonoree were; .Misses IVarle , Smcial sacrilled seed for fall sowing. t'.i.nd Mi. J. (5 IlurtiBide ami Mr. Ira Ilultzclaw gnve n delight- Kees, Ruth DeKotawtt and Antoi-FARM TOR SALE. Jackson, of Crosviile and Mrs. daughter Mi Anne llelle. iiceompajied ful swimming party on Dix Abu pure aweet clover extracted hon river this mette be their visitors, Mr. Vincent Arnold. week. Her honored guest being MIm Olive K. llarue of Ktwxville, Prices and circulars sent free. On SBunr Cretk, five miles from Iin-cte- r ey. .ieshrtf. Anna Catherine Arnold ami JOHN A. SIIKEIIAN. known as tht) John Lackey form. Lula MoWhntterandMis I.ida liainey. Guwi Dunn, of Fort I'iirtv. Fi . Gra ham and John Melvin of Waklemdn, For information te W. II. Lackey, R. V. D. No. 4. Harbison and Mia. W. T. Kctlea FALMOUTH, KY h! The Danville Advocnt. says that the Litton Thurmn . Jonas HnodgniMj und Lancaster, Ky. initoied to Nieholasvillu last week and were the guesta of Jlrn. William Slicror niauv friend of Hon. Hubert Harding Finest liurdutt. of Ciossville will be glad to know that he i gradund Chnrlea Horine. The Melvin Home i one of the. most ually improving D will only be a mat-te- r beautiful places en the mountains and Mr. W. T. Dunn, of Ciolton Texas of time until he is thoroughly an ideal place for all kinds of out of ha bee'i visilinK lelativiw here in hi led from hi nervous breakdown, d.wr amusement. The Waldensiu 130 acres of land in Garrard county Representing the heir nf Mrs Willie old liome county Ihe past week. Mr. favorably limine, deceased, Lake in iMauty compare ! Dunn wa reared near Ilryautaville and! lying on thu Hyattville and Kirksville-pikewill on Mi Charlie Klmore was Inwtea at This will be told hi three tracts, since moving to Texan has been very her tinino last Wednesday evening at a with the famous lake of Switzerland Friday, Autjusl 25l!i, 191G 1st contains 100 acres; 2nd tract contuccensful. lie I at present pemo-- ; pirty in honor or her liotitu guest, and Ihe congeniality of the Melvin family hnrmonlie perfectly with the beginning at Iw o'clock, on the prem-ise- . tains 100 acre, and third tract manager for his. M.sse Margaret Noland of Maysvlllo emtio Campaign Whilethe entire tune 230 acre. three mile from Lancaster, on county nnd is prominently identified and Sue Chenault of Richmond and Tin land H tho lute Wade Walker Mesur Hume Chenault of Richmond was one of great enjoyment lor all, the New Danville pike, sell to the high-ewith politics in his Sttte. the dance given on Wednesday evenbidder the following real estate and farm and is well fenced nnd improved. Dcforo you decidu'cm any wagon, cx.iinlno tho Columbus. Strongly Mrs. ltelle Arnold Francis, will leave und Edwin l'ark of Maysville. ing pnved to be one of thu most pleas- pcrtonaltv: Tho dwelling is on the 230 acre tract built of tho best possible material the Columbus wagon gies tho most On Thursday evening Aug. 10th., ant event. this week for the cities to purchase her One good three room house and four nnd is large and commodious, contains satisfactory service fur tho longcot ieriod of years. There is no secret in Mi aud W'uter millinery. Fall ' She will be llessie Putter, of Crossville, Tenn. acres of hind, well improved' with new ten looms and hall ways and in good tho notedly long lifo of tho Columbus wagon. It is tho result of tho joined by Mius Iva Leo Smith, of New ruts i tabled with a dance in it very tobacco barn, large enough to house conuuioii. ineiuuucre tract lias no methods employed in construction. There is no wood in this wagou RFATTY-filiKflItichmond, Ind,, who will assist Mi. elaborate manner complimentary to three acres of tobacco, well watered dwelling. The lWi acru tract has it imder shelter from ono to two years. which lias not been ....... t.... . ..... I.V..II..I.. .I.i.i...- umi k i t uieuuii. uti.... I.M.... I,...!. r ........ I.t.vic, ui r ii ,uu.io ..i4.i..K liUIICUaier, vwiiihiK Tho axles and tho spoken of tho wheels aru hickory; tlio hounds, The tnarriago of MIs Leila lleatly with good pool and cistern. Tho land tenant house and small barn. This will be gratifying news to friends Kv . and Anno Melvin. of Waldensia. This land lies well ord will grow any (.ibsc.n was solemlzed is in a high state of cultivation, two bolsters and saudboards aro oak, and tho bottom of tho box is straight of Miss Smith in Lancasler, who Tenn About ten couples were pretent thing corn, tobacco, hemp, etc. It Iagrained Ihiwless pine. Thobo are j'n.t a few examples of the caru which Is nfUrnoon. ticrcs now being in tobacco aud the nnd n most delightful evening was had. '", lticllm0,ul Wednesday remember her so pleasantly. in corn. At thu sumo time in u high state of cultivation. taken to make this wagon as reliable as possible. The result is that tho The announcement of this happy mar- Good school house on corner of farm S. 1). Cochran, a well known farmer While Misses Ednallerkelo and Anno riage came us cjuito u nurprise to the will bell one mule colt and all household Columbus wagon is unbeatable in reliability and endurance. Come la of Garrard, was in Stanford on Court MeU in were visiting friends in Cross- - friends of the bride hero where she und kitchen furniture, The Freedom llaptlst church is in ono and examine it for yourself. Wo know you will bo pleated. day looking over tho local market. Mr. ville, Tenn., Mr. Ernest Uurnett and has lived for several months, being one iuarter of u mile. Good school und TERMS OF SALE. Cochran is holding a cool thou. and Miss Itessic Potter arranged' for u of the efficient und accommodating All personal property, dull in hand. churches at Kirksvillo only 3 mllca bushels of wheat and watching the camping party in their honor to tho clerks ut Joseph's dry good. store. The licuto und land will be sold one- - awtly and connected by good pikes. This land will be sold on reasonable-termmarket rise. Ho has It engaged to a Old llickson Place on Obed River, The groom Is a former Madison county half cash. January 1st, 1917, when und time. No better farm can Lancaster mm ai $i uuu the rise ut the j which Is one or the most favored stots boy ami prominently connected. He possession will be given, balance on u market but says he is not yet ready to. in tho Cumberland Mountains fur camp- - is ut present in buslnesi at Ewiug, Va. credit of twelve mniths, with lien note be found. Come and see it. let ergo. With the price going up id- - ing. Fifteen people composed tho which place will ha their future home, bearing six per cent. Interest from Jatr j. a. corroN. most daily ho should worry. -- Interior party and a most enjoyable outinif was The brides many friends here extend unry 1st. 11)17. A. J. HOUSE. Telephone 31- -1 Kirksvillr-o- r Ky. Journal. hrd by the campers. write Richmond It. D. 2. best wishes for a long and happy life. Cupt. A. M. Ilourne, AucL JOHN DEERE AND OLIVER SULKY PLOWS. Gossip About reopie lho,t HAD STOMACH TROUBLE FOUR YEARS. VERSAILLES IS wmcni REWARDED FOR CONFIDENCE. M"-vv- - JOHN M. MOUNT I trou-ile- I I METAL SHINGLES - - I never cak, arc stormproof and Lcairj'fu. New-lan- d' ?:"" v Mi-tn- li J Urod-hea- d 1 if t f ink- fe i. PUB CITY T T1 ' - A ( r - d PROPEHTY. Mes-ilam- ' thre.-acre- Saturday, August 26, '16 GARAGE PROPERTY d class-mat- REX THEATRE long-tim- e life-tim- 40x100 yearl914 40x135 i ' 40x135 Luther E. flerron. ! I irrr'r air-dri- " Wrap ! Mi-s- I PUBLIC 1 SALE. FARM FOR SALE. Don't Buy a Wagon Until You Have Seen (lie Columbus . "'"'! con-Iju'- st V Dl.l-U- I BECKER & BALLARD BRYANTSVILLE, PHONE 27. The Central Kecord, Thursday Aug 24, 1916. H IK I II K hi I I I K hMMKN 'Vtf nimimnn n A iw nmpvPAnn ?5?-3Kan irmnr swtf st food iipni frT fftf. Kill ft b KM f CORN DmJI to 4rj tp. hMN Mnn, RitMfmptf N f1r hatevf. viiubit book) It rat , Ut is pritror r. Mat. S. Cohen and W. J. Gooch Are Arranging Features of Interest and Vital Importance Which PromUe to Make the Coming Fair the Greatest Event in the History of the State. la fsW. 60c and $1 .0 0. HHr. Dm U. E. McUoberts, Druggist, I.arcatte Personal MBkVPSMMHB Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed nowadays. It reflects good taste and ,at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and sec the man) Seautiful samples we have and get our prices. 'I I I 12 ! Central Record. Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville, North-boun- sj fhotos by Cuslck. Ky. Mat S. Cohen (Upper). W. J. Gooch (Lower). In tbo preparation unrivaled breeding point. His experi of the ence In stock raking and agrlculturo DOMINANT Fair are two will stand him In good stead as host No. 10 Cincinnati Express, officials, the Commissioner of at large to the State at the Kentucky 4:30 o.rr, daily Agriculture and the State Fair Secre- Stato Fair and his grace of manner. SpeNo. 4 tary. Both are vital to the Importance brilliance of intellect and personal G:03 n.m cial, daily and welfare of the great agricultural magnetism will make him Ideal In that No. 28 Blue Grass Special, and Industrial celebration which capacity. daily except Sun...G:08 n.m serves as a clearing-housRecord of Qooch. tor the V. J. Gooch the public will No. 14 Carolina Special, In year's accomplishment throughout the n.rr. State, and both should possess gifts meet a personality embodying all ths 7:00 daily No. 6- - Local Express, daily 1:35 p.m beyond tha ordinary measure. And tt Ideals and traditions of Kentucky as to Is fortunate. Indeed, to Kentucky at statellness of physique, suavity of No. Limited, large that both offices are tilled thU manner and courtliness of bearing. 5:20 p.m daily In his hands the reins of State Fair year with men who give promise of No. 12 Royal Palm, daily.. 5:37 p.m being Ideally suited to guide the four- government aro happily placed, Mr, teenth annual Kentucky State Fair to Gooch being an executive par excel No. 5 L o c a Express, lence and a man trained by years of be held In Louisville, September daily 11:05 a.m. to a success which will be a revel experience In handling big commercial to the State at large. and political Interests. Mr. Gooch No. 11 Royal Palm, daily..ll:20 a.m. ation was, for three terms, a member of the No. 1 New Orleans LimCohen's Standing. Kentucky Legislature and served to 11:35 a.m. ited, daily Madison Sandldge Cohen, the newly 1908 as Speaker of the House, prcald No. 13 Carolina Special, elected Commissioner of Agriculture, Ing over the dally Joint sessions of the daily 10:15 p.m. Labor and Statistics, better and more Senate and House during the mem No. 3 Spebriefly known as Mat. S. Cohen, la a orable deadlock In the Beckbam-Bracial, daily 11:35 p.m. newcomer to politics, but bis whirl-- ' ley- contest for the U. S. Senate. To wind victory In the November elec-- ! his high honor be It said that be was No. 9 F lorida Spe- cial, dally 11:52 p.m. tlons trDlfles the man. Prior to his elected unanimously and bis record entry in the political arena he was a1 stands without a flaw and as a boast No. 27 Blue Grass Sperecognized authority as a horseman to his party. Governor Stanley's cial, daily except and stock ralsor, lecturing at Ken personal knowledge of friendship Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. t tucky State College, Missouri State for Mr. Gooch led to and requesting his For rates, routes and information College and Kansas City State College the latter to take charge of the great call upon or address M. J. Coughlin, and writing and publishing volumes enterprise so Important to the combearing on the subject dear to the monwealth and tho people of the State agent; 'phone 346. heart of every Kentucklan and Impor- may anticipate one of tho most briltant to the commercial welfare and liant, successful and enjoyable Fair prestige of the State as an celebrations ever given In Kentucky. South-boun1 8 world-wide HUM IHHiil illilH V) I1IICI9F I Kentucky State Fair Provides for Boys' Pig Clubs in An Elaborate Manner Many Counties to be Represented Boys to be Given Free Trips to the Great Fair. a boys' pig club was Kentucky. Thirorganized were under tho leadership of their county agents and C49 boys became members. Local shows were held and the winning boy from each county received a free trip to the Farmer Boys' Encampment at tho Stato Fair. Sixteen boys wore given this trip and elshtccn pigs were exhibited. This was tbo first state pig club show In Kentucky. Although the exhibit was small, tho interest was so great and tho showing so good that tho pig club has become ono of the most popular nr.d beneficial boys' clubs In Farm Demonstration Work. r'rom this small beginning the boys' pig club has spread to 40 counties with a membership of 1,250 boys in a single year. Bankers, business men and to tho exfarmers have tent of placing over 15,000.00 worth of pure bred hogs In the hands of these 1915 INIntroduced Into teen counties Encampment, given by the Stato Fair and College of Agriculture, to tho boy making the beet showing as follows: Iiest hog with respect to purpose fur which It was railed.. 40", r;reateat dally sains. 15 (c) t'hp?st cost or production... (d) kept record book jo'i (li) (a) nt iil r. i ; Not only will tho winning boy be given a freo trip to the fair, but negotiations ure now under way whereby the best two pigs from each county will bo sent to tho fair freo. Already oue of tho largost railroads In Kentucky has granted freo transportation to and from the fair tor the best two pigs In counties having pig clubs along Its lines. Free Entrance Fee. 100 Jt II I I II I II. I'll boys, More Silo Less Money Make no deal for a silo without getting out figures and fixture. Wo give more and belter anchorage. Suuncher door frame. Steel. hinged, four-latcdoor. Steel step Udder, step every 18 inches. Better compara. tive comtruction throughout. Get Our Prices Before You Buy Our dlttA shipment of witii tnd fit. nd awUtr slung ud operating espi njetn more silo (or 1m moarjr thin fijr iuo compftr.y uq five you. turtl The state agent and county agents cooperated In organizing, holding meetings, securing registered plg3, visiting members, and Instructing thorn along the proper lines of animal husbandry. Tho 191G pig club started May 15th. 1'ach boy had a gilt between two and four months of age, and most of them secured registered pigs. Record book) uq furnlthed tho boys and tho pigs were weighed and car tagged by tho county agent at the beginning of the contest. Local Shows First. It Is contemplated that a local show be held In each of tho counties organized, at which numerous prizes will bt given. The first prize In each county v. Ill bo a free trip to tho Farmer Boys' The Kentucky Stato Fair has realized tbo educational value of an exhibit from theso boys and to that end have opened their doors wide, allow Ing each pig club exhibitor free entrance, freo pens and a distinct and scparato department, at the same time giving them tho privilege to exhibit In the breeders classes. Over J1E0.00 In prizes has been given by record associations, business men and farmers. Last year one boy defeated a ring of twenty-fouchoice pigs. Tho results of tho pig club havo beon widespread; hundreds of farmers have changed their foodlng methods; pure bred hogs have been taken Into counties whoro they were not known; commuulty breeding has resulted In six or sevon counties; boys are becoming Interested In the form; greater InteroBt U being centered on the wlno Industry of Kontucky and this coming September 11 to 16, 1916, the greatest hog show In the history of the Kentucky Stato Fair Is predicted. r Weighing within six pounds of each About the Bible. other, four brothers, James F Kid Letter to the number of .1,580,473, ridge It., Dewey and Fred Sexton, alt forming 775,003 wortls, 31,727 verses, KENTUCKY NEWS of Somerset, were accepted at Islingt- I, ISO chapters nnd 00 book, Innke up on for army service. The brothers tho Bible. CUT TO THE QUICK came hero together and created quite a stir among tho recruiting soldiers 'when they Us for Cpsom Salts. FOR DUSY READERS tion to Join announced their determina tho army. Epsom snlla hns been found h) Ornamental Iron signs to be posted tunny to be excellent for setting along the Jackson and Boone Highof n dellcite fabric. Jutt ndd There ato 2,ll'0 Kentucky troops at ways and Midland Trail, which rmcr 0 tenspoonful to each gallon of watho same route through Franklin coun- ter nnd your gnrments, eveu those Ft. Thomas ready to move. Kentucky ranks fourth among tho ty, have been purchased by the Frank- made of sorgo nml other woolen innte-rial-s, Statej In point of Internal revenue fort Chamber of Commerce. Thry will will wrkIi easily without losing bear tho legend, "Jackson Highway- - their color. collections. 1,000 steers sold Midland TralMloone Highway. In a single week on the Mt. Sterling market for over miles to Frankfort." snr.,000. Sincerity. For tho purpoio of stimulating In More than a dozen families were tcrcst In road innstrurtlon, the LouisSincerity Is tho nut compendious ,llnn f.nnt I,aI Iihiii Ii.niui.l. i," n ville Automobile Club members have wisdom nnd nn excellent Instrument damaged to the extent of twenty thou-- I outlined plans for a "Presidential for the" spcii!y tllpatcli of business; It sand dollars when Lake Mlnto Hooded Preparation Ittm" to Lincoln Farm on creates confidence In those we have part of Nlcbolasvlllc, Thursday of this week. Tho run will to tlenl with, anw-- i th labor of many The oldest brick houso In Kentucky bo made to Ilodgcntllle over the Inquiries, nnd bring thing to nn Issue near Crab Orchard and was Dlxlo I llth way, and tho return trip In a few words; stands like traveling In built In 1783. It was the homo of Col. by way of the Jackson Highway. n plnln beaten road which cumitiniily Wm. Whitley, Indian fighter and man That the tobacco crop this year "111 bring n mini sooner to his Journey' ' of affairs In pioneer Kentucky. be a large one seems assured by tho end thnn byways. AddWnti. Ono of the negro strikebreakers em- - official Government report which slums ploed on the L, & N. tracks between the condition of tho Kentucky crop nt l.agrango and Latonla was shot to S3 per cent nnd forecasts that death by unknown persons and another pounds will be produced this was badly wounded. year. The final estimates for 1915 For tho purpoio of listening to rea- show a total of 3Sfl,IOO,000 pounds In sons why a Federal farm bank should tbo stale. bo established In tho FedCongressman Scott Ferris, of Oklaeral Farm Loan Board will conduct a homa, has accepted an Invitation to be hearing In that city Saturday, Sepono of tho speakers at the opening of tember 23. the Democratic state campaign at WinCol. IL C. Oldham, of Winchester, OAUUAItl) CIRCUIT COURT. was appointed a member of the Ken- chester, September 9. Vice President Rep. Thos. Hcllln, of Ala James I. Hamilton, et !. I'llfs. tucky State Board of Election Com Marshall and VS. missioners, to succeed N. L. llolcman, fiama. will bo the other speakers Twenty thousand visitors arc cxpoitcj Clyde Pollard, et al, Deft'. of Dawson Springs, who resigned on In Winchester on that day. account of Illness. Pumuunl to a judgment rendered at Judge John F. Butler, who convened the March Term, Overriding all superstitions, John the undersigned Slcbcr, a widower, CO years old, of the Letcher Circuit Court In Commiiisiuncr will sell at public aurtion Miss Delia Thomcrson, 18 burg has teen busy pushing prosccti- - before the Court House Door in and years old, of Glasgow, were married In. Hons against the aliened violators of Kentucky, at 11 o'clock, A. M. a pouring rain, while seated In a buggy local option laws and the first two days on MONDAY, Al'tiL'ST .. 11)10, In front of the homo of the county fines totaling from $3,000 to S 1,000 and Judge at Glasgow. Jail sentences from twenty to forty it being the first day of the Garrard An ordinance was passed In Mid- - days for each offense were assessed County Court Term, Hie real estate dlesboro requiring a license fee of S00 against whisky and beer tnifficcrs, ai.il dementioned in the for soliciting orders or distributing' About thirty of the wealthy sawmill scribed as follows: for mall order liquor owners, extensive land holders and order blanks Lancaster, GarLocated nnd bvint; houses, and prottdlng a fine of $10 for1 prominent farmers of Florida arc rard County, Kentucky, contislini; of a order solicited in violation of ng to Kentucky this week and their house and lot contsinlnt; about III scrrs first stop will be at Franklin. They of Isnd, situated 011 the South suit-o- f "lie. Dr. Lnuro Muller, Secretary of For. arc Interested In Hcrefords. Short-tlg- Danville street in ssid town and Ixiund-ecm the North by Danville street Affairs In the Brazilian Cabinet, horns. Bed Polls, Angus and Jersey ar.d on Kast by upon reaching Cincinnati saldr "P cattle, and all of the pure-bretvies the Souththe Shugars projerty by Nick trfBVell, (now Dune motorod through the bluegrass of Ken- of bogs. One object of tho trip Is to Vost hy & Wm. Arnold) and on tho tucky. While the country Is very study various types of silos. Anderson property and Pumphrev propbeautiful I must confess that the O. Ballroad Com erty, and contains 31 acres more or It Is said tho C roads are very poor." less, being the protwrty convejrd to pany may extend Its lines from The Cooperative Tobacco Warehouse lngton to Kllrabcthtown to permit the George Pollard by J. II and Marv Company, of Lexington, has purchased people of Washington, Nelson, Hardin Ward bv deed dated July 18, l'.M, and a controlling interest In the Farmers' and other counties to have a shorter recorded in Deed Book 19. pagu M7, Loose Warehouse at Glas- route to tho Blue Grass region and to Garrard County Clerk's Office. Tobacco gow. The latter Is one of the largest give The purpose of the sale herein is to the people of the Blue Grass In the Black Patch district, having a shorter connection with Western Ken divide the proceeds arising frm the sale of the property among the joint capacity of SOO.000 pounds. tucky, which would come by reaching owners as their Interest may appear A rocord which It Is believed will tho Illinois Central at Ellzabethtown, paying the judgments which lix u stand for many years has been estab- Travel now t by way of lien upon the interest of a numter of lished In Hardin county In the matter the joint owners herein fixing the An angered hornet caused an acci of securing marriage licenses. No to be paid out of the proceeds of white people residing In tha county dent near Bowling Green In which one each. man was Injured seriously and an auhave been granted a license since TERMS: Meyer Wile, tomobile was demolished. July 15. Herbert Ioeb and The sale will be made on credit of Guests at the Rudd House In Owens- I of Shreveport, bora, greatly Inconvenienced, when the H. W. Blanchard wero on their way to six months and the purchaser will be required to execute bond with approved bell hoys and elevator boys went on New York In an automobile. Four security for the purchase price, said miles strike and refused to work or to stung west of Bowling Green a hornet bond bearing six per cent Interest from Loeb, who was driving. In the permit any other persons to work, as date until paid, having the force and tbo result of having been fed liver eye. He lost control of the car, which efTcct of a judgment upon which exhit a telephone pole. and cabbage at their tables. ecution may issue, payable to W. II. nichard J. Colbert. Lezlngton, re- Brown, Master Commissioner of the Acting Pollco Judge James P. needy In Louisville acquitted Harvey J. Dun ceiver for the Kentucky Rural Credit Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will can of the murder of Louis Fellers, de Association, In a letter calling upon be reserved upon the property sold claring that the "unwritten law" of this the stockholders to pay In full their until the purchase money is psid. State entitles a Kentucklan to acquit subscriptions, stated that the "corVV. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. tal of killing a man who entered hit poration Is In such financial straits that It cannot be continued as a going L. I.. Walker, Attorney for Plaintiffs. home with designs upon bis wife. CoL John Chamberlain, of tha De concern and for that reason Its assets Cspt. A. M. Bourne. Auct. partment of tho East, finished Inspec- will be reduced to rash and distributed, tion at Ft. Thomas, and returned to under the direction of the Court, to the Governor's Island, leaving tho Impres persons entitled thereto." ASSIGNEE SALE. slon at Kentucky's mobilization camp Tbo order for tbo movement of the ho was pleased with tho condl Kentucky National Guards now mobithat By virtue of a deed of assignment. tlons. lized at Ft. Thomas to tho Mexican and Dr. J. N, McCormack, of Bowling border has rescinded toileted to cuit under an order of the Garrard CirCourt, the undersigned will, on the Green, formerly secretary of tho Ken bo due to the Imlncnt danger of a tucky Stato Board of Health, hat railroad strike. This caused a kern 2Sth DAY of AUGUST lylti voiced a theory that clothing from disappointment to tbo boys but It Is about the hour of 11 o clock A. M , sell sweat shops" may have something to considered certain that they will bo do with the spread of Infantile paraly- sent later. Eight hours dally drills at public auction to the highest and best before the Court Hou sis. are now provided and they are rapidly door bidder, city in the of Lancaster Garrard Itlcbard Freeman, C.1 years old. being put Into order. County Kentucky, on a credit of six Paris, died as a result of grief and the MaJ. Wm. Alexander Obcnchatn, Sr., and twelve months, the following ilea shock received when he witnessed the a confederate soldier, a member of cribed property, killing of his youngest con by his elder Gen. Kobcrt E. Lee's staff, and a noted located in the City of Lancaster. brother. The funeral took place at educator died at his home In Bowling Garrard Countv Kentucky, 011 the west same time bis son's examining Green. He married Miss I.Ida Calvert side of Stanford Street and bounded as the trial was held. In 1S85, who has written a number of follows; I Ait 6 Nu. I and C beginning at Thompson Roberts, of Covington. books, one of tho best known being a stake in tne middle of Manfurd street, whose head was almost severed by a "Aunt Jane of Kentucky." Ho Is sur- thence with the middle of same N 2i t. ti poles, to a stake, thence N tvr, W1!7,M saw-- at a lumber mill, will receive vived by her and two children. For Holes, to a stake corner to lot No. I. $5,000 from the Kentucky Compensa 23 years he was president of Ogdcn thence S W 0 (Kites to a stake, thence tlon Board, Ho was tho first to re College In Bowling Green. b S.i t, Zl. lu ulea to tho beginning. eclvo benefit! after the law went Into ining 1 acre unu i poles. In opinion of Attorney General contt effect, having taken advantage of the' Logan,tho Lot No. 0 beginning in the center of given Hnad Commissioner Hoi new law the previous day. man Wiley, tho labor of convicts In Stanford street, thencn N b!i V2' poles The merit of rating and Inspection public work, for which tho 101 ino. State and 10 a sibku cornertotoAshley, n o, thence system of Insurance companies hai county pay $1 W CI poles suite on tho day, Is confined to S 2J William Wiierrits line, (now Gills) S been approve! by the Kentucky Com thoso actually engaged In road conAshley (now Davis pensatlon Board. The general rate b"i K 10. 10 poles, to and docs not include carun unu joseini; inencu ineir line i r u fixed for mine operators Is $1.20 pet struction containing 1 pay roll, but employment of phy cooks nnd those employed in wash poles to the beginning, $100 Ing, harboring and cleinlng tho camp. acre 1 rod and 25 tiolea. sicians reduces It to $3.82 and Inspec- These auxiliaries of the convict camp Also another lot or parcel of land in tion may reduce It to $3. must le taken enro of by tho prison suid town of Lancaster Kentucky, beRepresentative Hwagar Sherlcy hai department. ing the residue of lot puichused by W. completed arrangements for placing s For tbo first time In eighty-twyears M. Kerby of John Logan nnd others, by deed dated March 0, 1KS2 and on carload of fish In Beargrass Creek or slnco the Cjvlnglon mid Floyds Fork and Harrods Crick, The turnpike wm established travelers record in the Garrard County Clerks (lsh will bo bass. Tho car bearing the wero permitted to pass the Inevitable olllco and conveyed to said Kerby after fish will be sent to Loulsvlllo durins toll collect )r In Boone county without having sold a portion thereof tuTliumas Carrell adjoining Kinnaird andGill, ami tho week of the Kentucky State Fair paying toll. A contract was doted lots & and ti herein before, convey, d, all and will be exhibited, with tho Boone County Commission- of BHidlundls in one body and tho Avsig According to a report Just made pub ers for the purchase of the road. It nee w ill first olfer said lurid in two tracts,' lie tho payroll of tho Illinois Central embraces the one Including the house ami garden shops at Paduruh Is $985,000. TI1I1 made Immortal In the novel of John and described as followa;a amount went to shop employes solely llrl Lloyd. It Is tho first step to buy at north corner of residence lot on Stanford street, nnd running back west as trainmen and yardmen were not' every toll road In Iloono county Tho shops aro the biggest Included. Tho first practical step toward eradi with said line to the west line of said Industry In Paducah and they are cating tuberculosis by preventing Its lot, thefice N to the line of Mrs West. second largest on tbo Illinois Central, sprnad through contagion In Kentucky her corner, thence east to the corner of this lot. with Mrs. West, thence north system. will be taken Wednesday, August 23. to tnu beginning. A sudden stopoago of electric cur- when official delegates from Kenton, H10 other tract described as folrent from tho plant of the Kentucky! Campboll, Boone, Bracken, Carroll, lows, adjoins thu foregoing; boundary 011 tuu norm, ainnioru Utilities company recently caused a Gallatin, Grant, Harrison, .Mason. street on ttie Investigation whlih recaled dletnn and Robertson counties will con- - west, on the south by Rainey and Gill a large hawk had alighted, vene at Covington to discuss details for ueirs, ami west to tn western boundary tho fact that rn the wires and cross arm suppoits tho erection and maintenance of a of said lot. A passway to ho made, hy the owners in such manner ns to break tho circuit tuberculosis sanitarium on a ninety-Hitract under option near Fort 01 loin lots. Is adjudged uliing lliu llio Itself. Tho service Inof these lots, and between ll.oe two Mitchell lu Kenton county. terrupted was a 33,000 volt line. lota, 12 feet wide. It-- It , 1 1 PJriiJl'nfti bh u . .. 11 r If ACcimimJk sickness ?? With n .'telephone In your home he is In the next room. This means promptnsfiistnncc, relief from pain, life saved. Arc you going to let'nnother HOW FAR SHOULD SUDDCNLY STRIKE IS TIIC DOCTOR ? day go by without n tele-- , phone in your home? COMMISSIONER'S SALE Why takes chances? The cost is trifling the service to Drop a card today to 'you-pricelcss'.. 0FLAND. bastin; telephone COMPANY1 and have a representative call and tell you how little it costs to have a telephone in yur house. Whites-Stovall- , , Wistern Electric guarantee TELEPHONES ou best senlccj - 111 coin-eac- af-l- The undersigned hereby irve warn ing to nil (HTSons not to trespass uiwn our Innds for any pursc whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful Itst extent of tl-- law. Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice. YA & N B Price R. L. Klkin W. R. Cook. Mrs. Itelx-ccJ. West. II. C Arnold. James G. Conn, J. C. Morgan. J. P. Bland. Long Bros J. II. and W. S. Weaver W. T. West. J. Booth Sutton. W. I, Law-sopnd son. Howard King, Miss Carrie Boulden, J. It. Rlgsby. J. C. Rlgsby. John Richardson, A. Miles. J, It. Woods. J. II. Thomnson. Jno. M. Karra. ! B. I Kelly. David Sloven. r rank Thompson. S. C. Rlgsby. 1) M Anderson. J. II. Thompson. Davis Sutton Am and Ed Bourne. Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar P. It. Thompson. W. II. Cummins. Jerry Bland. We will add other names for 25 cent POSTED a cash. L. 8c At N Lucuter, ky. Triia Schedule AnrtivE. To Mtysville, connecting at Richmon with I. & N to Frankfort & Louisville; No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connect!!, at Rowland, I, & N to all points South n No2); 11:01 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with I. & N to Irvine & Ileattyvitlr, Lexington & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. No 70; 11:10 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with fast first-clas- s train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:00 p. m. To Ixuisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizabcthtown & Howling Green, and at Ilartlstnwn Junction to Bardstown & Springfield. No It; H:J2 p. in. To Stanford, connecting with train to Bristol & Atlsrta. fast "Strlngtown-on-lhe-Plke.- tounly Court Days. Richmond, 1st, Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Harrtslsburg. l.U Monday. Islington, 2ml. Monday. Stanford, 2ml.Mor.day. Shelbyville. 2nd. Monday Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monti;-- . Lawri-nceburg- , 3rd. Monday Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday, Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday, LANCASTER. 4th. Monday Winchester, 1th. Monday. Monticvllo. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday, Engraved Visiting Card It THE proper thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making calls. Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our price for 50 or more. CENTRAL RECORD A Neatly d clect-ocu- te vou-acr- e et ut pw it separately and then as a whole and ae. cept tho bid or bids that bring tl 0 most The Assignee will offer said Lots KENTUCKY SILO CO. W. P. Klncaid, Mgr. Stanford, Ky. When you come to HASELDEN BROS. Agents for Garrard County. COURT DAY and put $1 FOR US TOWN THAT 11 be sure in your pocket The purchaser will be required to execute bonds with good surety, bear. ing Interest at thu rate of six per rent j from date until paid, and a lien will be retained as auumonai security Ukii the said lots. This the 1st day of August 1910. money. JAS. A. IIEAZLEY, Assign of Ada Kinnaird. 1 The Central Record, Thursday Aug 24, 1916 CAMP SCENES OF FIRST KENTUCKY INFANTRY r4 .7 5K MH he The First Kentucky at regimental parade, with its band and trumpet corps of forty pieces in the foreground. The parade is watched each afternoon by hundreds of visitors from Covington, Newport and Cincinnati. HKKK IS A f.OOI) PLACE TO STOP I'Olt LITTLK MONEY. LOUISVILLE HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, KY., Main St., between AMEItlCAN PLAN, 6th and 7th. 2 people. $2.00 each. 2 people, 2.25 each. 2 people, 2.60 each. 2 people, 2 people. 2 The Only Hotel In Louisville Operated on tlie American and European Plans. Itooms witliout Hath but with Hot and Cold Itunning Water. ingle. $2.00 per day; (With Meali) 75 Itooms single. 2.50 r day; 60 Itoom single, 3.00 per dav; 60 Front looms Kootm with Private Hath: "Ingle. 3.00 per day; 60 Uooms single. 3.60 per day; oOltoomi EUltOPEAN PLAN. Uooms without Hath hut with Hot and Cold Uunnlng Water. single, $1.00 per day; (Without Meats) 76 Itooms "ingle, 1.00 per day; fiOICooms single, 1.60 per day; 60 Kront Itooms Itooms with Private Hath: CO Itooms ... single, 1.50 per day; ingle. 2.00 per day, 60 Itooim 2.75 each. 3.00 ench. $0 75 each. people, 2 people, 2 people, 2 people, 2 people, 100 each. 1.25 each. 1.25 ench. 1.50 ench. THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Corner Sixth and Main Sts., European Plan Only. Itooms Witliout Hath. $1.00 and up; Uooms With Private Hath, $1.60 ami up. 11 EST EATING PLACE IN TOWN. The. Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn arc located in the wholesale district and only n three-blockretail district and theatres. walk to the Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Proprietors. l'AINT LICK Largs dwelling with basement for kitchen, dining room, etc, largo livery barn, two story, upper . OF . floor hardwood maple used for dance hall or skating rink, two small houses OF LAND. will always rent- - Located on railroad, In small, but splendid business town. and Mrs. T. S. TodJ, of Hichmond A r for tho right man. Miss Hess Whlto were guests of Mrs. Prico $1500.00 or will trade for farm. As Bgent of the of I). W. Whlto Wednesday. No. 21J. CO acres, on pike near town Aimer Hay, deceased, will on Mrs. K. K. While and grand children THE REAL ESTATE HAN OF very fertile, big tohncco bnrn nnd resi Carl Hrown ami Louise White arc SATUItDAY, SKIT. 2nd, 1316. dence; $85.00 per ncre. visiting relatives in (.cxlngton. No. 2". A number of cottages and nt 10 o'clock n. in., sell on the premKY LANCASTER, Miss Mnrgaret Cook has returned to residences nnd building lots nnd busi- ises, the farm krown as theAbncr Hay Lnncaster niter n visit of two weeks toi miles ness houses in Lancaster nnd suburbs farm situated six ami . M... .. 1. .. . l. i r . tit.. II ti iricimi i.u?a mil v mnj . U' niivti. I Come and let us sell you n farm In at attractive prices cither for homes or from Lancaster on the Poor Hldgc pike In Garrard ounty, Kentucky, to the ml Garrard County, where Ave millions of for investment. Mr. nice W Wilis and children. Mrs. 0. ('. Iturkerand son left Tucs-- 1 pn,,,,, 0f tilc ,esl tnbncco is grown No. 20. We alivnjs have on our list highest bidder, lame containing 5l! day for nn outing at Slate Lick Springs minully. ttllcro (he Bpricu,uril otner properties, farms, dwellings, ncres. It will be ottered first In two tracts, Mr. ami Mrs. h. C. Cornelison nrd products grow nbundantly; where tlx stocks of goods, in fact nil kinds of ni.e tract containing about 15 ncres nnd son, Mr. nnd Mrs. I'M Foihergill and best live stock Is bred; where the blue properties either for sale or trade. children motored to High Hridge Tues- grass grows, where good schools, mornl No. 2i. To the man who wants to the other tract aluut 41 ncres, nnd then day. and hospitable people are attracting sell -- See us. If you want to sell at offered as h whole, and the bid realizing Lancaster, tl public auction your farm nnd stock nnd the largeat sum will be accepted. This Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsdon were many home seekers. loeated in a good neighborhood, called to Ilrnssficld the past week by county scat, has three hanks, telephone crop?, let us "pull olf" the sale for farm ii church and school houe within n mile, grand- exchange, electric light plant, crenm you, we will make you money. tin) death of Mr. Logsdnn'a is well improved, with comfortable five cry, splendid water works system, two father. room dwelling ni d good ou buildings, Mr. Will McKinnev, of Montgomery flouring mills, grnin nnd hemp ware SWINEBROAD, under good fence, well wntered nnd In Alabama, Is the guest of his nelcer, house, tobacco warehouse, nn the L & n high state of cultivation. The land Mrs K. L. Woods ami Miss Hallie N railroad, one of the best grnd The Real Estate Man. Lancaster, Ky, is adapted to the growth of hemp and schools in the Stnte, having an endow lEoyatnn. tobacco. ment fund of $V),000 in addition to a Mr. nnd Mrs. Joe Lawson and childThis place lies i.enr n good store, J30,000 new school building. We can ren motored over from Lexington Sunblacksmith and csrriage shop nnb grist sell homes or choice lots near the school, day and spent the day with her sister, mill. Mr. Jonn Hay who lives near uur price is me owner s price. We A Value of Bees on the Farm. complete fiirm Mmuld have n few wilt gladly show the place to anyone Mrs. Robert Hrown. refer to any bank or to any official for MihkN of been. They cull supply the Interested. proof that we will deal fairly with you; family with honey, nnd the mirplui Let it be understood that this farm Shows the Country's Growth. as we have done for ten years and have will return gool profit. Twenty dolThe report of the first will sell rain or shine and there will bo N conno dissatisfied customers. lars n hlu- - ench yenr ran be realized, tained In nn octnrn volutin- of no Improved nnd unimproved farms of when proper Methods nre ued nnd no pages, rwiwndnys In n decode the cenTEHMS One half cash and the reall sizes nnd various locations and at good enre given the '"hired girls." Iteos sus bureau Issues 100 or more quarto various prices, but nny farm priced at pay for themselves In Insuring perfect mainder in twelve months. volumes witu more tlinn 400,000 png At the snme time there will also be pollination In the orchard. livery its market value. In the Cast capitalists arc hunting hive of bees Is n nation untrt Itself. sold on Ihe place a portion of the crop De Lenient In Judgment. Kvery former would lie n better farmer of corn growing on the farm and nlso It Is only by trying to understand real estate; No. 1. ISO acres, on pike, Ai miles If he kept bees nuil profited by the some oats. others that we rnn get our own hearts lessons they teach America'' Tanner. Win. HAY. Agent. understood; and In matters of human from Lancaster, good land.slightlv roll feeling the clement Judge N thi inot ing, well improved, at $90.00 per acre, ducccssful pleader. No. 2. 171 acres, 1$ miles on main pike, fine land nnd well located, good improvements, nt $135.00 per acre. No. 3. 191 acres on pike 1 miles from town, land very fertile, tenant Incorporated. house and two large tobacco barns. Price $120.00 per acre. OF No. 4. 121 acres on good road J mile All from pike, rich land, partly rolling. BLUE GRASS FARM OF 334 brick house and tobacco barn. $So.00 13 Phones 339-All Orders Receive Prompt Attention or 83. per cere. No.6. 125 acres, mile irom pike, ACRES 1 miles from rnilroad, good land, fair STOCK AND FARMING IMPLEMENTS. improvements, a bargain at $75.00 per Having made arrangements to change acre. No. G. 310 acres on pike, 2 mile my business and to quit farming, I will stock from good village, residence, and Miss' Mrs. W. I). Whlteomb Whltcomb, of Latonia, are guest of Itev. nnd Mrs. C. S. Kills. Little Miss Catherine Led ford who has been III with Typhoid fever was able to drive out Monday. PUBLIC SALE Swinebroad money-make- helrs-at-la1 one-hn- I 1 - Public Sale! - Jacob SchulzCompany Fine Cut Flowers For F Occasions. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. Capital $50,000. WAY up n. t! i nsoun'aihs of Western North Cnrolir.n arc V c be utiful and attractive resorts of Ashcvilk, Black Mountain, Hcndcrsonvillc, Brevard, Lake Toxnv.v, Saluda, Wayncsvillc, (Lake Junaluska), Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend ycur v.u tion .it one of llicsc cool find deliRlitful 11kccS or nt T..tc Sprint:, Tcnn. Round trip Excursion tickets nre on'S-- l' da ly, Rood until October 31st, via KpM .lrisAM MounU.n, l.klcc I Cmt l:vl W.ynar.' K nI T. t'a W. CVnfT.nf.M at l!.rk C. 'IV JucaZutkM.) Southern Railway cf the ScutU Stop-over- s allowed nt i I ints. Three special Low Fare Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. For fult Information ice Ticket Agent, Southern Katlway, or write D. H. Todd, Divlrlct I'asstnecr Agent, Louisville, Kentucky. nnunrw.Tr THE NATIONAL SANK OF LANCASTER. Copftol $50,000. A. It Surplus Vice Pres't. 30,000. Cashier. JENNY, President J. V STOItMLS. illBHV, C. DKNNY. It 1 Asu't Cashier. J. - ClU, l!iKk-Kee- Safety Oeposit WK SOLICIT Boxes YOUU For Rent. IIUSINKSS. J. K. Ssinnal I. Cochran. Alex IS. Ienn. J. H. Posey. Stornus. S. C. Denny. J. U Gill. Dr. W. M. Klliott, Director OT'aariti.ini.uiiJJB Stop At The Gait House When In Louisville. EUROPEAN PLAN. GOOD ROOMS FOR $1. PER DAY. Fine Dining Room with Excellent Service Meets Trains. and Low Price. Free Auto-Bu- s Turkish and Electric Bathes. Write for Reservations. J. GREENBERG, Manager. barn and tobacco barn, well watered, mostly in grass, hemp and tobacco, land ready for cultivation. A money1U1C, at 10 a. in. sharp. W. (). Walker, of Stanford, was n "A WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT." sell to the highest bidder, the following maker at $03.00 per acre. visitor here Wednesday. fie guided in your business methods by the experience of the most No. 7. 200 acres of as good land as tract of land, stock, etc , at mv farm successful business men. It is next to impossible nowadays to find Mr. Hnnnt Perkins, of Stanford, where I now live on the Danville and there Is in Kentucky, 11 miles from one who is not an earnest advocate of Modern Hanking Facilities. was a visitor here Saturday. at C miles - Lancaster, on pike, well improved from HurPleasant Hill pike, Life is too short nnd strenuous to putter away along Mr. ami Mrs. It. J. Walker were in rodsburg, 3 miles from Pleasant Hill $150.00 per acre. lines. Seek nn alliance with a bank of established reputation, no adjoin No. 8, 80 acres unimproved Stanford Wednesday for the fair. nnd 2 miles from Hurgin, Ky. The matter whether your business be housekeeping, farming, manufacMessrs John and Grover Wilson left farm is one of the best in the county , ing No. 7 on pike at $133.00 per acre. turing or telling merchandise. No. 9. 4t0 acre, 1 mile from pike on Wednesday for Chicago University. and has a new frame residence of K good land, Mrs. J. I). Hurchell is in Iiavonna, rooms, with basement, has furnace; all Rood road, built in 1913: a beautiful drivewav uVm'"' ,cnnrit house. 5 IarK k11""' visiting her daughter, Mrs. A. G. r either to pike; outbuildings of every kind, stock concrete pools. A Hotncr. OF LANCASTEK. KY. as an investment or to live on. Price Mrs W. 0. Fitzpatnck, of Shelby-wil- e barn, two tobacco barns; good fencing II. F. HUDSON. President. J. J. WALKER, Vice Prest. A good cistern $100.00 per acre. Guyn and everlasting water. was the guest of Mrs. miles from No. 10. COO acres, W. O. P.igney, Ass't Cash'r Joe J. Walker, Jh., at back door, a fine spring near dwellpast week. the residence and W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. ing, nnd stock can get water from every pike, well improved, Miss Alma Lear leaves shortly for a field. There are twu splendid tenant tenant houses, several barns, fine land, stay with friends at the beach at Wit' houses on sell the whole nt the farm. The land fronts well wntered. Can ...ill .11 .r n mington, N. C. l,er acre, or win sen uu smaller on pike nnd about 200 acres lierfectlv , tracts at atrractive prices Mrs. I. C. P.ucker ami Miss level. There are 200 rr.. .f IW actes on piKe. goou land nre guests of relatives at Iticli and tobacco land. This farm will be 3 inond and Wnco. sold in three different tracts, nnd then WVU ''"Proved, good neighborhood. mnes irom sman lown. rnce w.isj Seed wheat, rje ami barley recleaned as a whole. per acre. Hudson, and of very line quality. 1st Trad, 110 Acre: No. 12. fit! acres of fine land, 1 mile Hughes &. Karnail With main dwelling and tobacco and from Lancaster, tmall residence, large Master Itufas Hroun hns returned stock barn nnd one tenant tobacco barn and other improvements. home after an extended visit to rela house. This fronts the pike and lies $123.00 per acre. j lives in Springfield. south of driveway. No. 13. 97 acres 1 mile from LancasMrs. Charles Knight, of Louisville, ter, on pike, fine land and new improveaccompanied Miss Mary Li ar home and (70 acres level ns a lloor) facing pike ments. $125.00 per acre. spent the week end. without any improvements, but plenty No. II. 201 ncres, unimproved, front' Miss Estill Walker was the guest of line running water. Several splen- ing on two pikes, 1 mile from Lancas Miss Dorcus Francis, at Kii'hmom', did building sites. ter, first class land in every particular, Thursday i.i.cl Friday. n number of fine building sites, suscep Misses Marie I.edford and Willi. With n three-rootenant house and table of division into several smaller Williams visited Mrs. Pricu William plenty uf water. This tract of land farms. Price $130.00 per acre. acres, i miles out on Saturday and Sunday. .o. 1,. will bring line hemp nnd tobacco. It Itev. Carmichael, of College Hill fronts within 300 yurds of irn.Kl nitc.. l"Ktf. nigniy improveu, mostly in grass, gooil laud, ready for business, $75.00 preached his farewell sermon at Wal also fronts on good dirt lane It H netta Sunday morning. directly east of the other tracts and per acre. No. 1G. 225 acres in State of Indiana this diversion can be made without interfering with the uther, all parts be 45 miles north of Louisville on II & O It IE, fertile land and good improve ing well supplied with water. incuts, will sell or exchange for other property. 30 head Heifers. 25 long yearling No. 18. 125 ncres, right nt town, old Steers. 10 short yearling Heifers, all time brick residence, large rooms, brick red, 3 good milk Cows, will calve in 0ut buildings. uttractlve home, good Round From September, several Lend ot suckling land, susceptible of making n suburban Trip No doubt you are, II Junction City. . Calves. you suffer from sny ot the division, a number of line building lots, ' numerous ailmrnU to fronting on street, but we must sell as which ait women are subI head ject. Headache, backof extra good work mulej, a whole, has never been on the market ache, sideache, nervousFurther particulars and Tickets on sale September 1, 2 and 3rd and for trains until now. 3 head of horses. ness, weak, tired feeling, pi ice on application. are some ot the sympscheduled to arrive Cincinnati before noon September4 10. 200 acres, on pike, l miles from toms, and you must rid Wagons, Plows. Iliurows, Ilim'.eis, yourself of (lien In order Lancaster, very high class improv- Final Limit Tit ktds tiootl retnrnint; to reach original starting point Mowers, Wagons and lluggv Harness, to feci well. Thousands handsome residence, large prior to midnight September 10, 1910. One good lluggy and numerous other ement, large ol women, who have barns, silo etc. Can bo divided Into Tickvts and complete information upon application to been benefited by this articles. two or three or more larms, out wo remedy, urge you to TKKMS: when1 cash C. B. HARBERSON, Ticket Agent, Junction City, Ky. whole at $150.00 peracre. deetl is made nnd balance In four pay- -' must sell ns n TAKE II. C. KING, Passenger & Ticket Agent. Lexington, Ky. urey, i.i. ,i. ' I.,.,lm, il.... l.,d f..r .M.rr payments. mile from pike oi. macadam road, large Seeding privileges givtn nt seeding resiuence, new tuuaccu uurn, eiock barn, good land, limestone soil, a bar time mid full possession on January 1, 'gain nt $11,000. 11)17. All personal property will be No. 21. 117 acres 1J miles from town time, without sold on four months A Draw on pike, fnir Improvements, good land, Interest, on all sums of $10 and over; very productive, partly rolling, can be The Woman's Tonic 1 will take pitas-ur- u nil under that, cash. divided, price us u whole, ISO. peracre, In showing the farm to anyone who I Mrs. Sylvanta Woods, for the money you ov.e and No. 22. CO ucics, on pike 14 miles oiClilton Mills, Ky.,sa)s: may be n prospective buyer before day from Lancaster, good laud nil in grass, note how much more res"Uefore taking Cardul, of sale. There will be ubout 100 G room dwelling, stock barn, tobacco I was, at times, so weak I pectfully your creditors re ncres for whnt this fall und ubout 17 barn and other out buildings, improvecould Iibrdly walk, and acres for hen.p, corn and tobucco next ments all new, $5,000.00. gard you. Tliey like to do the pain In my back and year (1017). This farm is not over one No. 23. CS acres, 5 miles from Lan- ... businass with n man who I .1. II.. CAl...l head nearly killed me. .UUI. ...... castl. ron)1u, riKht at school and Alter taking three bottles neighbor-church and one ot the best lias an account at the , acee,(i,)!o two other chun.hel ol Cardul, the pains disnoous ill uie siaiu ami in ine oesi (arm- county seats, small residence, large appeared. Now I (eel as Garrard Bank & Trust Co. ing part of Mercer county. Write mo barn, good, young orchard, fine location well as I ever did. Every or call up, Pricu on for dairyman or stock man. They know ho Is doing business In a business like way, lletter suffering woman should application. open such an account even if your affairs are not large. Thev try Cardul." Octabottle G. No. 23). 101 acres, highly Improved will grow all right. 3 today. R. F.D 1, Harrodsburg, Ky. two miles of Lancaster, splendid land. & Price $135. per acre. . Telephone No. No. 21. A good business proposition: John I. Vanarsdall, Auctioneer. on TUESDAY, AUGUST 29th Surplus $50.000. hrst-clas- s resi-ne- ! monev-make- e Citizens National Bank 1 . v,,Q-u- Chns-tine- ' five-roo- 'Muscadine Punch' OUR NEW DRINK. 2nd. Tract, 80 Acres. ' 3rd. Tract, 164 Acres It's Delicious. I ' MftRnhfirLs Drua Store Cattle. Cincinnati and Return Horses and Mules. International Sweepstakes iVlotor Race -- Farming Implements. h mm ....t , I Check ' 1 M. BALLARD. 288-H- The Garrard Bank Trust Company The Central Record, Thursday Aug. 24 191 1 Fin e Farm, Mules, Horses, Hogs and 3oines IwliifllflflHflllSI 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 offer for sale the folldwirig described property. PTEMBER 1st, 1916 Implements. Two cutting harrows; 1 Hoosier corn drill; 1 Superior wheat drill; 1 Alfalfa drill; 1 Syracuse hill side plow; 1 turning plow; 1 John Deere riding plow; 1 Dix 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. Several tons of good mixed baled hay. 1 1 The Farm. At this time will sell the Live Stock. 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 steers 2 sows and pigs; 2 Duroc male hogs and 3 Duroc gilts, pure blood and splendid individuals. Seventeen long yearlings mules broke and 4 One No. two-year-o- ld BOONE WAY FAR containing 51 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 sufficed evidence for the quality of the land. This place has a brand new seven room house with pantry and front srd lack 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 s in Garrard County. turn-pike- 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. to work. One mare with colt by her side, by Bleucher and in foal to A No. 1 jack; 1 black three-year-ol- d horse and unbroke mule. 1 two-year-o- ld ONE FORD AUTOMOBILE AND ONE This will make a desirable home for anyone wanting a good farm. Spotted PON3ES. One six year old STUDEBAKER Both of these Automobiles AUTOMOBILE. arc in good condition. 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. one you ever saw. lfour 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. Stallion, Shetland the best I 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. - Plenty of Dinner, Hot Coffee and Ice Water. DUIVVivU JE " ikJ Come and Bring your friends. sr HASELDEN BROS CAPT. A. M. BOURNE, Auctioneer.