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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): August 31, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916083101_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 31, 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. ( RKUaiOS, UN1ARN1HUEI) DEMOCRACY AND GOOD O0VERNMEN1. TWENTY SEVENTH TEAR. LANCASTER, KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, AUGUST 31, 1916. Hand Us That Seed NUMBkR 22. Northern and home grown recleaned Ke, Hudson, Iluuhes Si Farnau. IN POLICE COURT Pot-sc- y, WAGONS If you are thinking about buying a Farm Wagon you cannot afford to miss seeing the many good points In the New crop crimson nml ml clover, timothy, orchard gran, Ky ltlue i!rn Hudson, Hughes & Fnrnau. ceil, FOR SALE: 7.KK Tuliacco sticks, l'honc ItcO-l- Lancaster. It. (5. Pettu, Crab Orchard. We linndlo only the best First Patent yon Flour, It in guaranteed tn plea or (notify buck. Hudson, Hughe nml I nrnau. better known ae was convicted on a charge of FOR RENT. selling whiskey in Judge Frlsbfe's court Unman Opera House, on Klchmoii'1 Tuesdny and fined ten dollar and senstreet. Apply to (!, C. Walker. tenced one hundred dy in jail. Chief of Police lluck found a evidence forty seven pint of whiskey on the property. Judge Frisbie ha A series of meetings will begin at the Christian cnurcli in this city on set no time as yet for the official breakSunday, September 21th, the services ing of the bottles. being conducted by lliv. C. S. Ilrookt, one of tlie most noted evangelists of MORROW OPENS ; this denomination, Fred Kmerson MM&mafmi Place your protracteFeting. mix ms ant FOR THE WIDE. WIDE Order for a SUPERIOR AND HOOSIER MB1 'di IN COUNTY COURT. AUTO CRASHES WINDOW. FOR REPUBLICANS.' Hon. Edwin Monow of Somerset! spoke here Monday in the interest of the Itepublican partv. The speaking was w. II attended, the Courthouse being fill. i with Itepublican rutd some Democrats. Mr. Morrow spoke largely on the protective taiHF, saying that the war had thrown a protective wall about American pro lucta and predict ing an upheaval at the end of the war if the American goods were not pro tected. He lauded the statesmanship of Justice Hughes and attkeked the foreign policy of the President as wobbly and vaccillating. Mr. Morrow is a powerful speak-- r and was enjoyed by those of both parties who heard him. 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. is Conn Brothers. a nvr xin 1st i.ivt? vm.Ktt Fourteenth Annual KENTUCKY State FAIR LOUISVILLE WORLD'S September 11-1- 6, 1916 HORSE SHOW Daily Trotting, Pacing and Running Races GREATEST SADDLE Dil'ard Llttrell was fined ten dollar On Suturday the ford automobile, and cost ill Judge Arnold's Court drix.-by Mrs. J. M. Acton became charge of abusive Ian. unmanageable nml Tuesday on a crashed into one of guage mil disturbing the peace. the plate glass windows of Stormes Drug store, completely demolishing the window. The car stalled after REAL ESTATE DEAL. hitting the window and no one was hurt. Mr. IM. Allen nil Saturday unlit to Mr. Hank Hudson lit n fur in on the l.a(ifnt,r niki khotlt three mile from LOCATES AT NICHOLASVILLE Danville, containing about 120 acre.". Lancaster friends will regret to hear taking in exchange in the ileal Mr that Mr. Joe Nevius ai.d family will on Maple avenue, leave shortly for Nicholasville Hudson's retidence where this city. Danville Ailvccatr. Mr. Nevius has bought an interest in the feed store and mill of J. II. Saunders. He is well adapted to this bui-nes- j, EDITOR AS CHAIRMAN. having been connected with the Kditnr H. I.. Klkin, of the Lancaster Lancaster Mill for a number of years Itecord, ha been appointed chairman as miller. of the Garrard county Democratic cam paign committee. He fa a hard woiker SPECIAL TRAIN. anil will do much toward roll n n up a big majority for Helm nml Wilson in Numerous special trains will leave Danville Messenger. November. Louisville, beginning at 7 o'clock and running every fifteen minute , Monday morning, September 4th over the IlliACCEPTS POSITION nois Central to Ilndgenville. to witness President Wilson's acceptance of LinIN DANVILLE. coln Farm. The round trip fare from Miss Minnie (iulley who has been one Luuisville to Hodgenvillc will be $2.00. Sjiecial ttains will return about 5 P. M. of Mr (J M. l.vona moat accomodating and elficient clerk, has accepted a The highway for automobiles is said to Hisition with Welrh and Wiseman and be in excellent condition. will take up her ntw position ir. Danville next Monday. 19 I j Ml' Ml ij'l 1 SEED WW Drill See our line of 'f&WftlD Studedaker Wagons, Blizzard Feed Cutters. Gasoline Engines. SCHOOL Will OPENING Monday. Teachers Take Place Appointed. The Lancaster Graded School will oped the year next Monday and the public is cordially invited to attend the opening exercises. The Trustees have been fortunate in securing the services of Mr. P. H. Hopkins, a graduate of Georgetown for principal of the school and in addition the following teachers have been appointed. Grade Teachers. Miss Sue llrashear. Miss Amanda Anderson, Miss Mary Elmore, Miss $ Delia riuder. Miss Ada Rich, Miss Eliza Smith, Miss Morris. & High School Teachers. Miss Uettie Robinson, Miss .Mary Delcamp, Miss Elizabeth Scott, Mr. P. V" II. Hopkins. Expression Teacher. Mrs. Robert Todu. Music Teacher, Mrs. May Hughes Noland. - Haselden Lancaster, - Bros., Kentucky jgU'lJltgJilfgJli i Wholesale and Retail Hardware. PfrlMgrr'rrrPfrSna! TWO ACCIDENTS INTERESTING ENTERTAINMENT. The entertainment held at the school auditorium last week for the benefit of Club library was well the Woman attended and enjoyed bv everyone. Living l'ictures of noted masters, reading' and musical pre cram comosed the program and forty dollars was realized for this good work. A Clean and Classy Midway c"n J Military rranl Tournament. and Athletic Stupendous Decorated Automobile Parade for Prues Great Fraternal Gathering for Friday of Fair Week Frr--e Livestock Thursday and Auction Sale of Pure-BreFriday d Reduced R. R. Rates Address W. Suite 604 Republic BIdf. $40,0C0 in Premiums Louisville, J. COOCH, Secretary Kentucky BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION. Mr. and Mrs. James Cox of the Hubble Section, had quite a number with them the L"0th of August. It being her Ilirthday, she was TS, he 83. They have 11 children, 3o grandchildren and 30 great grand children, 8J Mr. JoeCriscillis and "Dock" Woiker happened to painful accidents last week that resulted in each haying received a broken leg. Mr. Criscillis was thrown from a wagon load of tobacco and his ankle was broken. The break was a bad one and he suffered much pain. Mr. Walker had started to town with a load of watermelons and going down a steep hill the horse became frittered from the wagon running upon it and began to kick, striking Mr. Walker just below the knee anil breaking the bone, loth are doing well. To Our Subscribers. 1 i3 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 THE HOME STREET FAIR A GREAT SUCCESS. I & W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, '.',v were present. After the bountiful Director and 18. Embalmer. Kentucky. Onire I'limie Residence Hume 33. dinner was served, they had dinging and pracr by sister Hoffman, all seemed to enjoy the day. It will long be remembered by Father, Mother, Children, and all who had tin pleasuse of being there. Mav the Lord bless Mr. and Mrs. Cox. and may they spend many more such davs. CITY PROPERTY IN DEMAND LOOK! Buggies Old Hickory Wagons Buggy Harness Wagon Harness Plow Gear Collars Collar Pads Back Bands Buggy Whips Stoves and Ranges Paints and Oils Pumps - Guaranteed " " " " " The Hex Theatre property and the lot adjoining upon which the Airdome theatre is located was sold at public auction Saturday afternoon by L. E. to Walter Hammack. The im Herron price bid was $S,UuO.M, Other bidders were W. J, Speath and Judge I.. L. Walker. Mr. Hammack bought tho building for his own use, and will place a garage on the main floor in the near future. The property of Mrs. Ada Kinna'rd. sold at public auction Monday was bought bv Tuylor Uaney for $1,700.00. The George l'ollurd property on Danville street was sold by the Master Commissioner at public auction and was bought by J. 10. Kohinsnn for $1300 00. BUMPER CROWD HERE MONDAY. - ..." . - " " " " Steel and Galvanized Roofing. Fliutold Felt Roofiinji Rubber Tires, the best money can buy, ALLGUARANTEED Let us Shoe your Horse. W. J. ROMANS. Lancaster,,. Ky. being the regular county court day and in addillun the opening of the August term of Circuit court, brought one of the largest crowds Been here for several months. Tho city was .crowded with stock of every character, mostly horses and mules, the latter selling rapidly to tho numerous buyers that were here from different parts of the state. Few cattle were on the market but all sold at satisfactory The pi ices. following sales were gathered. J, E. Itobinson bought 17 head of four year old mules of T, J, I'rice at an average of $140 a head. V. A. Lear bcue.ht U3 head of fat cattle of J, E. Itobinson at 7 cents. Smith and McClintock. of Paris bought about seven head of mules. Including one pair of Nelson Marsee, for $350. and a pair of J. II. Prewltt for $320. M. J, Karris and son, of Danville bought several cotton mules from $100 to $125. N. II. I'eel, or Nicholasville, bought four army horses that averaged $107. 60 each. Warfleld and Hoblnson bought a nice mule of S. L. Gibbs. for $175. J. I. Uourne sold five head of mules averaging $127. 60 a head. It. L. Elkin bought a pair of 3 year old mules of W. S. Uettus, for $250. W. a. Uurton bought eight nice mules that cost him bout 9160 a Last Mondav bead. The Home Street Fair given in the STATE FAIR TO BE LARGE. interest of Civic work, and for the imMat S. Cohen, Commissioner of Ag provement of the town was a decided riculture, says that in his honest opin- - j success, liy the hearty response of ion the Kentucky State Fair will be the enterprising citizens a delightful far better this year than ever. The evening was enjoyed, and the sum of commissioner has been busy all sum- $90. realized for the fountain. The grounds were gay and festive mer getting thinrs into shape but when the time comes he will be ready for the with their twinkling lights and beautiful booths. The fust attraction that greatest State Fair in historv. These facts are substantiated by the number claimed your attention was the Mystery of early entries coming in in the various Well, a natural looking logcabin coverlive stock departments. Many people ed a deep well with its old oaken buckthought because Cohen had always been et. It you placed a 10 or 25 cents in a horseman that the State Fair durinir this bucket it would descend into myshis term of office would be nothing) terious depths bringing up a package more than a horse show. This impres-- 1 of equal value. Mrs. Currv, Miss Heliion is incorrect because the present en Gill and her visitor, Miss Strong, indications point toward the greatest, had charge of this unique cabin, Mr. live stock show ever held. As a matter ' Victor Lear proved a fine "speelcr" of fact the commissioner took away ' and persuaded many to try their luck. from the horse department and added' Miss Delia Tinder from her sheltered booth sent out showers of "confetti" to other departments. filling the air with their fairy flakes. Mrs. Marksbury, Misses Jane and HIGHER COST Mary Doty and Martha Gill sold genu candy from a patriotic For Newspaper Service Will Result From ine home-mad- e stand draped in the stars and stripes Increased Paper Cost. Miss Joan Mount and Mrs Lige Ford were glowing with yellow decorations The newspapers all over the country and dispensed lemonade and sandwiches report to the Federal Trade Commission Mesdames Embry and Haselden served that unless there is relief from the high ice cream and sherbet and home made cost of news print paper, therewill have cake. to be universally increased prices put Miss Alberta Anderson with her usupon the newspaper service. In many ual energy had arranged a collection of cities of the country prices to subscrib- wonders vou might not have found in the ers have already been advanced, and in seven wonders of the world but seven practically all of the cities of the coun- times seven. There were try increase in subscription prices will of Greece", "New York "monuments on a small soon become a vital and unescapable scale", "the peace makers" "Grant in necessity, despite tho hesitancy and the China and others equally interesting. unwillingness on the part of newspaper Was it a real gypsy who told fortunes publishers to take such u stand. in front of her tent, or was it Sue Despite increase in subscription prices Shelby? Same looked mighty serious, and advertising rates it will be necessary and some as happy as they left her. for newspapers to cut down the size of There was magic in her art that night. their papers unless there is relief from The flower girls were Misses Robinson, Alexcessive cost of raw materials. Dickerson, Kavanaugh and Ford, and ready New York and Philadelphia pub- were beautiful and fair us the (lowers lishers have materially reduced the they carried. Few could resist their size of their issues. appeals and we are told that sunflowers and zenias never before brought such SCHOOL OPENS prices, Mr. Robert Noland demonstrated Mrs SEPTEMBER 4TH. Joe Francis' Puthephone and added a note of sweetness to the merry sounds. The Lancaster Graded and High Were there ever such merry, tireless School will open Monday, September clowns as Russell Sunford and Samuel 4th., at 9 a. in. Tuition for Elliott? pupils follows: d The Camp Fire Girls sent Nellie $ 9.00 per term Grades 1, 2 and 3 and Ruth Carrier who added a $12.00 per term picturesque touch. Grades I, 5 and G Grades 7, 8 and 9 $18.00 per term Will Rice Amon received tho prize $25.00 per term for the prettiest home-mad- e Grades 10, 11 and 12 lantern. The same rates appry to County High The ladies promised an evening of School pupils as to pupils. frolic and fun and so it proved "with Tuition due in advance, much to make you laugh and nothing Mrs May Hughes Noland will be in to make you sad," charge of the Music department and all The Pony Paiade on Friday atternoon intending to take music should see her was indeed a parade with Mutt and Jeff on Monday, represented by Robert Ross and Irvino S. D. Cochran, Sec'ty of Hoard. Stspp to head it. The ponies and carts were all beautitul, but the judges finally gave the blue to S. D. Cochran Jr., Coke For Sale. the red to Carrie Belle Romans and the COKE IS BEST FOR TOBACCO 3rd prize to Sallie Crook Gregory. It CURING. Hudson, Hughes & Farnaa. was an attractive little show. in their subscription. We 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, I ft g W 1 The Central Record CAKE. RAISIN ISPANISH POUND. CO r m :o CO Notice To The Public. I have moved my stock of goods into r 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. o m o o r o m z Theo lilHd Currey. IA1 c z 00 m : CO See Border of "Ad" for Names of Cakes. CO'J. 3HQ3tdO ' O S I H d 3 Preparedness We are prepared for the opening of School. Books and School Supplies In plenty. Books can be sold ONLY FOR GASH. WoRobertsDruaStore The Central Record, Thursday Aug. 3 KENTUCKY NEWS CUT TO THE QUICK FOR BUSY READERS Mount I'ernlfull, farmer, of Waco, lost a foot whllo operating a mower. Itcv. Joncph Hensley, who died at Georgetown, has baptised 1.500 people fid has married G90 couples. II i( by twelve children. Lexington can not vote next year to abandon the Commission Form of Gov- ernment, nccordlng to an opinion of Attorney General Logan. Mrs. James, the wife of Senator Olllo Jt. James, of Marlon, has Joined Mrs. Tost Wheeler In I'lilladelphla, from whenco they will go to Japan on tour. Governor Stanley addressed the of 100 farmers of Florida upon their arrival at Versailles. They had been touring Kentucky for cduca tlonal purposes. Three convicts have escaped from tho convict camp In Hell County where they have been working the roads under tho new law which Is being tried out first In that county Mrs. Desha Dreckenrldge, of I.cxlng ton, and Miss Tcxls Camden, of Wood ford County, havo sent to Governor Stanley their resignations as members of the State Tuberculosis Commission With closing words of a prayer on his Hps, J. I'. Coleman, Sunday school teacher, fell dead as he dismissed his class In Hopewell church, In Mercer county. Mr. Coleman was 74 years old. Application has been made by Col. Colston to army authorities to allow tho First ueglment to hike from Ft. Thomas to Loulsvlllo to attend the State Fair one day during tho week of September IMC. Flans go forward for the opening of the Democratic campaign In Win Chester September 9th. A big barbe- cuo will be one of the features and 20,000 people arc expected to be pres The teacher of tho brat moonlight iichool In Kentucky this full nnd winter will bo Riven a trip to Washing-- ! ton ami taken over tho city there by Congressman J. W. and othcra, and will have the pleasure of meeting 'President Wlisin. This should to to strive for the best moonlight schools, as tho trip will certainly 'be worth while. I A letter rocclted In Lexington by C. X. Manning, president of the Lex ington Oncldn Club, containing a draft ' for 110.000, the gift of the late Col Hobert A, Torrey, millionaire rattle ranchman, of Krultvllle, Mo., as a nation to the fund now being raised for the Institute In Clay County, which several months ago suffered the loss of Its main dormitory by lire. An urgent plea for the prevention of tuberculosis was voiced by Gov. Stanley In an address to delegates for I 1 19 1 1 LOWKLL Mr J, C. Ilroaddus spent Sunday In Cincinnati. Mrs. 8. F. Davis is visiting her daughter, Mrs. Chester Clark, of Bond, Kv. Miss (Hatha Anglin was the guest of Miss Ethel Mae Davis Saturday nnd should be "nipped In the bud", lor II allowed to run unchecked, serious results Numerous may follow. uses of consumption, pneu-mon- ii, an-- I t "cr lital dis- I Sunday. Miss Ethyl Duncan and her mother spent the week-enwith Mr. nnil Mrs. d Such tobacco enjoyment could be is eases, can :ed back to a cold. At the first sign of a cold, protect yourself bjr thoroughly cleansing your system with a few doses of THEDFOflD'S cnt. "I Just took a little leave of absence to spend the week-enwith my fam lly." This was the nsscrtlon of James Holland, state convict, who escaped from a road gang near Flkevllle, when he returned to camp of his own ae cord. Relatives In Ashland received word from Feck Fccra. whose home Is in Ashland, that he Is with tho Austrian army serving as an auto driver. Feers went around the world as a member of the United States navy. A shipment of horses and Jacks purchifod in Central Kentucky by Carlos Luettges, representative of the Casas Grande Sugar Flantatlon high-bre- Company, was mado from Lexington to Feru. County Attorney A. S. Bullitt and Police Captain T. J. Grimes, of Louisville, en route home from Ashland In a canoe, upset and narrowly escaped drowning. They lost $150 In money, two watches and several stilts of clothing. The 1916 meet of the National Fox Hunters' Association will be held at 1SC5 to 1S69. LAND, STOCK, CROP, IWLEMENfS Columbia November 20, It was anS. V. Robinson, a prominent rarmer nounced by officials attending tho an- of Cobb, near Frlnccton, Is owner of nual executive meeting at Lexington. Having decided to emit farming, I dog that has the unique distinc Almost 100 fox hunters from all parts tion of making a regular hand at will, on of the country attended. catching worms on Mr. Robinson's to Wednesday, September 20th, Resolutions opposing any plan to bacco. The dog goes to the tobacco grant without arbitration tho demand field regularly with the laborers and 8ll to the highest bidder my farm con r of railroad trainmen for an takes a row of tobacco and searches tabling 1S7.5S acres. This place is lo day as a basis for compensation diligently for tho worms. When one cated three miles from Danville on the a special meeting of the is found he adopted at catches it between the board of directors of the Louisville nose and foot and rolling It from the Danville and Lancaster pike. Is we watered by a creek on one side of it board of trade, have been forwarded tobacco leaf, kills it, to Fresldent Wilson. Frcparations for Fresldent Wilson's and five never failing springs. The The Maysvllle Cotton Mills has re- trip from Louisville to Hodgenvllle lend is in u high state ot cultivation. ceived by express a package of September 4, when he publicly will will grow fine hemp, tobacco, corn nnd dye that was part of th cargo ccept the Lincoln Memorial Farm, In wheat. The residence is a new modern of tho submarine Deutschland. The elude several special trains for the bungalow with seven rooms and two say the prlco Is almost use proprietors of the public and the Fresldent' big hulls, water, lights and furnace. nominal, and another shipment Is ex bodyguard. The first of these will The water is pumped from a never pected, this making enough to tide carry forty mounted police, as well as failing spring by a ram and a gasoline tho mills over the coming winter. several patrolmen, who will act as t engine into an 18,000 gHllon Fresldent Wilson last Friday accept- special concrete to the Fresldent ed for the United States the birth- Special trains will leavo Loulsvtlh tank on an elevation ubove the house. place of Abraham Lincoln at llodgcn-vllle- , every 15 minutes It is one of the best improved furms between 7 and Ky authorized by a recent act o'clock. between Danville and Lancaster, hav of Congress. Formal ceremonies transMemoranda received at brigade ing two large new tobacco uarns on it ferring the property to the govern- headquarters of the Kentucky National two stock barns, one corn crib bo held at Hodgcuville ment will Guard at Ft. Thomas provide for the Hen September t, with the Fresldent as discharge of enlisted men who dc with a net of scales in shed. house, meat houee, tenant house, etc, the chief speaker. claro their intention of returning to At the same Hydrochloric acid used In cleaning school. According to declarations Flace is all under fence. surfaco stone on tho Tyler Hotel at only fifty men. a remarkably small time and place will sell HORSES AND MULES -- One Louisville, was carelessly spilled on percentage, otllcers say, v.II bo loat to a rope that held a scaffold at the fifth tho Kentucky brigade through this old saddle mare in foal, ladies' mare, story on which Andrew Erny nnd Fred new foe to peace strength. The bri one family mare, trotting Itclchcl wcro working. The acid gade has been weakened conslderabls bred, one filly by Ceciliun slowly ate through tho rope. Tho scaf- by the provision permitting men with Todd, one walking colt, one fold fell. Helchel was almost Instantly dependent families to withdraw buggy pony, gentle, for women nnd killed and Krny was painfully Injured. Governor Stanley, of Kentucky, who children, one Shetland filly Keen aggregating fl&T.OOO for the reviewed tho National Guard at Ft. ony, broken, two pair coming administration nnd settlement of the Thomas. Ky , said that the Improve estato of U F. Kwald, the Iron mag- ment which has taken placo In the old mare mules. JACKS AND JENNETS-O- ne nate, were allowed In Loulsvlllo by men slnro his visit tlx weeks ago Is Judge Klrby. This sum was a reduc- almost unbelievable. Addressing the old jack by Blue Grass King and out of tion of $54,000 from fees originally troops, tho Gowrnor said: "I await ennct by Hubble's Heecher, one nlloed. totalling $241,000, by Eustace tho call to tho border or to arms at old jennet, one jennet. L. WllliamB, Master Commissioner of any time with confidence. I thank UAl lLn ou yearling cattle, six tho Circuit Court. God I am tho Chief Executive of n cows and calves, one jersey heifer, well The Lexington Hoard of Education Stato that boasts of such men as fare bred, fifteen calves. has adopted the following rule: "No mo now For tho futuro tho valor HOGS-N- ine reg. O. 1. C. boars and teacher shall bo elected who has not of our army Is tho solo buttress had a physical examination by the against tho wrath of our preparing gilts, four registered O. I, C. sows, "M School Medical Inspector or physician foes." fut hogs. who is a member of the Fayette MedTho Insurance Commlteo of the FARMING IMPLEMENTS, ETC. ical Society, and who does not thereby Loulsvlllo Hoard of Trade Is consider One rubber tire Mover buggy, one 20th hold a certificate of good health and ing offering Its services as Intermedphysical vigor from such examining iary between tho State Fire Insurance Century Manure spreader, one old hickory wagon, one physician." noard and tho Kentucky Actuarial Formal protest to Congress against Bureau, in an attempt to put an end solid wheel fodder wagon, one Suiierior Superior grass seeder, the of the British lo tho present deadlock. Tho board wheat drill, one black list on tobacco to Germany and has taken the position that no In- ono Disc harrow, one her allies, on tho grounds that this creases In rates can be made, except disc harrow, new, one new corn plantwould mean a loss of millions of dol- where there Is an Increase In hazard, er, one iron roller, two smoothing harlars In the sale of tho crop now ripen- tho bureau maintains that, inasmuch rows, two no. 3 Vulcan turning plows, ing to the dark tobacco growers of is tbc losi ration in Kentucky is one no. 20 Oliver chilled plow, one fodKentucky, Tennessee and other states, excessive. It Is Impossible to cultivator, las been made by prominent farmers Make decreases unless rates on risks der bled, one horse ot blacksmith tools, ono Deering mow-n- g tod butlns men throughout the state. tvhlch uro too low can be raised. machine, one Deering binder, one hay raker, two sets good buggy har ness, sevcrnl sets wagon and plow gear, lot of metal chicken coops and hog the seventh tuberculosis sanitarium district In Covington. "The Tuberculo-- a sin Commission," said the governor. "Is neither Democratic nor Hcan. want It to do Its best to tarap out this dleao which Is claim Ing the lives of of the people of tho country." the old reliable, vegetable 'Iver powder. Senator John K. Shields, of Tennes. Mr. Chas. A. Ragtand, o tee. Senator K. D. Smith, of South Carolina: Representative Cordell Hull, Madison Heights, Va., says: of Carthage. Tenn., and Representative 'I have been using Thed- Charles F. Coady. of Maryland, as well for lord's as the governors of eight states In the stomach troubles. IndigesAppalachian mountain range are extion, and colds, and lind ittc pected In Lexington on the opening be the very best medicine I day of the Southern Appalachian Good ever used. It makes an old Roads association, whose sessions will be held September 5 to S. man feet like a young one." Insist on Thedlord's, the Harry C. Talor, Mayor of Veroriginal and genuine. sailles. Is touring In Northern Michigan. When he crossed the Ohio Ulior at Covington It was the first time In -- artier his life that Versailles' Mayor has ever been outside the limits of the state of Kentucky. He has never ridden In FLATWOOD a sleeping car and until two years ago Zeke Fayne and wife have gone to he held the unique record of never having spent a night outside of bis uoiumuus, ind Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hall visited at W. own home. II Furr's Sunday. With a bumper crop of tobacco nearly ready for the knife, n splendid George Clouse wbs severly hurt last crop of corn In prospect nnd farm by tailing oil a wagon. work In general promising to be most Rev. II. C. Ilaird filled his regular during the fall, the farmers In active many sections are confronted with appointment at Heech Grove Saturday what appears to be a serious shortage ami Sunday. Several of the farmers have begun In the labor supply. For several years past tho labor problem has been In housing their tobacco which is extra creasing In gravity, but this year a good as is also the corn crop. combination of circumstances makes New crop crimson anil red clover. It take on fresh import. timothy, orchard grass, Ky. blue grass Froof that Kentucky National Guard seed. Hudson, Hugees & Karnau. will tarry but a very short time longer Frof. S. L. Ilaird nnd wife, of Ilerea at Ft. Thomas was furnished, It Is said, Sunday, when F. L. Folndexter, College visited relatives and friends in In charge of the railroad arrange this vicinity last Scturdsv and Sun ments for moving tho brigade to the day. border, received a letter from George A protracted meeting began at Har- Hodges, Secretary of a War Depart ment bureau In charge of troop trans monv last Saturday night. Rev. Chadportatlcn, asking what arrangements well will assist the pastor, Rev, J, had been made for moving the guard Pease, in the meeting.J on the shortest possible notice." Rev. A. C. Ilaird administered the Archbishop John Lancaster Spald ordinance of baptism to 8 candidates Ing. who had been In falling health for membersdip in the Good Hope for the last two weeks, died In Peoria church last SunJay evening in Mrs. 111. He had been ill for a number of years, having suffered a paralytic E. N. Walkers pen!. stroke In 1906. Archbishop Spaldln was a native of Lebanon, Ky., and aft er being educated at Louvaln he re turned to Kentucky and was in charge OK of tho cathedral In Louisville from n 1 Black-Draug- ht K-- R. L. Duncnn. Mr and Mrs W. L. Iloweof Richmond spent Mondav night with Mr and Mrs b. L. Henderson. Mr and Mrs Jns llutncr spent Sunday with her parents. Mr nnd Mrs James Coltliron at Klatwoods. The pie supper at Logan's Chapel Thursday evening, wns quite a success. mere neing n men sum realized. Messrs S. O. and Willie Henderson have returned home after n severnl da command quick as as you never thought yours to you buy some Prince Albert and fire-u- p a pipe or a home-mad- e cigarette ! Indiana. A protracted meeting begun nt Mt Tabor last Sunday and we cordially in vile every one to attend these services. We handle only the best First Patent I Hour. It is guaranteed to please you or money back. IV i jit to different points in I Prince Albert gives you every tobacco satisfaction your smoke-appetiever hankered for. te Hudson, Hughes & Karnau. Mr and Mrs R, C. Clark and children nnd Miss Ida Hurtc motored from Lan caster Sunday and were guests of Mr. Wm. llurte and fHtmly. Mr and Mrs Hagan. Mr and Mrs Mar cus White, Miss Rady Brewer and Mr. Irvine Biewer were pleasant guests of Mr Ilroaddus and family on lait Sunday. The people of this community are very much indebted to Messrs Joe Boain nnd C. A. Hurte, for putting in a new pump, nnd supplying us again with plenty of good sulphur water. Mrs. Jim Lee entertained at a sirup- The hon tous dinner on last Sunday, ored guests were; Mr. and Mr. W. L. Howe and frmily of Richmond, Mr and Mrs .1. 11. Davis and little son, Mrs Lenn Brown, Master Earl Maurice Brown and Miss Emma Kinnard it's made by a patented process that curs out bite and parch! Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality ! That's because son.. io7," I jj&v&H USg&o f cmstrit roiAcco tmy I I M prince Albert the national joy smoke hns n flnvor ns different ns it And that isn 't strange, cither. whert tobacco is told in loppy red bag). 5c; l!Jy rid tint, 10c; handtomt pound and half'pound tin humi dart and that corking finm pound cryttalglatt humi dor with tpongtmoittnr top that httpt Iht tobacco ji tuch cltvtr trimalwaytl Bay Princt Albert I ut is delightful, You never tasted the like of it I tvry MT. HEBRON Sunday. Mr. Men who think they enn't smoke n pipe or roll n cigarette can smoke nnd will smoke if they use Prince Albert. And smokers who have not yet given P. A. n try-ocertainly hnve a big surprise nnd n lot of enjoyment coming their way ns soon ns they invest in n supply. Prince Albert tobacco will tell its own story I R. J. Delayed Letter. E. Sherrow wns in Lexington J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO, Rev, J. G. Burr of liuxville will preach lit this place Simda Morning at 11 o'clock, he cotnes in interest of the llnptHt Chilbrrn's Home nt lileiuUle. Let ever) IkhI) mine anil cemi- - prepared to contribute to this noble work Winston-Sale- N. W. C Siindav. PUBLI(TSALE Mr. A. (). Montgomery sold to Mr Mr. A. O. Montgomery is suffering Henry Ruble of Ruena Vista a bunch from lun.tago. of hogs for Sept delivery at 'J.cts per Hi. Mr. Thos Crank sold to Mr. R. L. Mr. nnd Mrs. Hint Hicks nnd baby Tracy n calf price $21. Ruth nnd Mrs II. R Montgomery nnd Mr. I.. E, Speaks and family were in boys attended preaching at Srotts Fork Harrodsburg Sunday. from Saturday until Sunday night. Miss Nora Moore spent a part of last Mrs. Jns Hamilton nnd sister Miss week with Mrs. Ed Grow. Montgomery returned homo Lavenin Mr. II. A. Duncan has been sick the Sunday after a weeks stay witli their past week with malaria fever. parents Mr. ni.d Mrs K. W. MontNorthern and home grown recieaned gomery Seed Rye. Hudson, Hughes & Karnau. Rev. Cloyd and Houston who are in a me;ting at Scotts Fork and The fever patients of this community are convatesing, some of them being Mr. Jno Sandert were loyally enable to be out. tertained at the home of Mr. nnd Mis Mrs. Lee Grow and children were II. R. Montgomery here Thursday. the guests of Mr. and Mr. W. I The Enrollment of Mt. Hebron Sun Grow Sunday, day School during lait month was 121 Nina and Logan Coulter were with the no. present Sunday Aug, 20,tli IM. their sister Mrs. Marian Montgomery We lire endeavoring to reach the 2W) from Friday until Monday. mirk with In the next month. nnd Mrs V ii Montgomery, number nf Mt Hebron nnd delegate attended the South District Association nt Stanford Inst yuite Mt Hebron. Tlio sick of this community are recovering. Tl, u....L Joved nnd nil were loyally ny trie people oi mat place. Mli Emiim Wnlker who the llolirne school wns nble nil her duties Monday nfler ......,t.. ..... entertained is teschmg to resume two weeks Mrs. W. I.. Grow wns in Danville tu see her siter Mm Jennie Rogers, who has typhoid fever. Mr Tom Morford and sister of mine were guests Saturday night of their uncle, Mr J. E. Sherrow. Misi Ocie Coulter of Bryantsville whs with her sister Mrs Mnrisn Montgomery Satiirdn) night nnd Sunday. Mr nnd Mr Eugene l lnrk mil little daughter of Boyle were guests of Mr illne... Mr. George Preston departed thu life Kridny nt Ins home nenr Coy, nfter ijenrs of ntlliction and sutTering of He wns ill crs of ngi- rlu'iirnntism. and n member of the t hriMinn church. He leaves a wife nml two daughter. Ills remains were brought to this place for burial Saturday nftirnonn, fur.ernl Much services by Rev. Thompson. sympathy is exiriised by their friends here. Jea eight-hou- anl-lin- body-guar- TOO YOU DID NOT Ml IN THE BEGINNING i i COVER YOUR BUILDING WITH A GOOD RED CEDAR SHINGLE e The tobacco housed would not have been damaged and the plastering would yet be good had it not been for that leaky roof. Now let us talk business. Can you think of anything better to roof with than a good red Cedar Shingle? Our experience and the experience of our friends has taught us that It is the most practical roof in use today, and did you know that the price of shingles did not advance as did iron and felt roofing, and it will pay you to talk with us about this before repairing that old roof or putting on a new one. two-hors- house. IMF Us That $ About 200 barrels corn, lot of baled traw. Household and kitchen furni ture. Terms ersy and made known on day of sale. Sale begins promptly at 0:30 a. in. Dinner on the ground. Ii. K. KOIIINSON. 83l-3t- . Col. I. M. Dunn, Auct. Hervey & Woods Kentucky. Paint Lick, The Central Record, Thursday Aug. 3 Mere Numbers No Protection Organized and d People Alone Can Keep International Highwaymen From Country' Borders Well-Prepare- A 1 1 916 They cannot bo expected to do Hint, hut they arc specialists In their own line. We, engineers nnd manufacturers, do not know nnythlng liliout the fighting end of the bu.tlness. Wo could not tell these gentlemen how they should handle their troops or how they should handlo their fleet, but we do know tho Industrial game, ami when tho time comes, nil theory aside as to what might be done or ought to be done, thn people In this country who will have to benr tho brunt of war will be the manufacturers nnd engineers, who will have to organize ntmost to a man In support of the forces doing the nctunl fighting. Prepare In Time of Peace. "In the working out of this plan In a concrete way we hnve In the five national technical organizations, the American Society of Civil Engineers, the American Society of Mining Engineers nnd American Society of Mechanical Engineers, the American Institute of Electric Engineers, and the American Chemical society, a group of 30,000 men representing every phase of Industrial life In this country. It Is this group of men already organized, nnd working In cooperation with the officers of thennvy nnd army, who will be ablu to do the industrial organization work vhlcli must be done before we cnu be truly prepared. The only way to make our resources nvnllnble the only way to organize the industries of the United States for national service Is to do It quietly nnd efficiently in time of pence. We cannot do It nt the Inst minute when we ore trying to turn n hack somersault because there has been a declaration of wnr the night We hnve had n pretty fair before. wor, lesson In the and we will probably have another lesson in the Mexican affair before we are through with It. It may be n gool lesson, nnd wnke us nil up to what war In 1010 means. Like Fire Insurance. "That these manufacturers nnd engineers wilt do this work there Is not the slightest doubt lu the world. They will do It, not because they hope for material udtantnge to accrue to them or to the concerns which they control und muny of them nre the leading business men of the country but they wilt do It, if you please, uin the same basis that we alt enrry lire Insurance, I refuse to believe that patriotism is any less of a vital lullnence In America but put this uism the basis of insurance If you like. I believe that there ure thousands of concerns in this country who have never had one dollar's worth of government business, and who would not consider taking one dollar's worth of government business, for wnr materials In time of peace. It would conflict with their regular lines of work, and they are rushed to death with business In these regular lines. My own concern, for two or three years, has had suhdeulers' names on the hooks, who have scarcely ever seen one of our motor cars which they themUnfortunately, selves have owned. this Is not a mere figure of speech, so why should we ask for government business? We are willing, however, to tuke a standing oruVr fur a certain small number of shells or any other material of that character which our equipment Is fitted to produce, and deliver that material each year under Spanish-America- L j Aeroplane as a Life -- Saver Proposed Aerial Coast Patrol Will Be of Great Value in Time of Peace as Well as in War B Industries Must Be Educated for War Howard E. Coffin Propoits Plan by Which Supplies Can Be Assured Br DAVID TUNNECUFFE CARDS. D. lslrPrP w Or. Wm. Pryor, Br MAJ. GEN. LEONARD WOOD CoMdtr DtptrtrntU el id Eut, Uniln Suiti Afmj ADMIRAL ROBERT E. PEARY Chairman Nittonat Atrial CoaU Patrol Commuuon Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office at Itoiney a Livery Stable. Modern wnr ii fought on n iliomiial basis and a mechanical basis, m well ns n innn bnnin. It is not nrmi nml men alone. Of course, thu men, tniincil men, nre the csjctitinl thing. Xntliiti linn ever liven produced which eiui tako Uie place of the ono thing that God made, wid that is miui. It in the man who it well trained nml reasonably well armed; hut bock of that are trvtuviitluuit influences in the shape of nuipincnt and nil wrtil of apparatus, and the production of those is bnMil upon simml organization nnd development of maj. (JEN. wood, enciiucai resources w nn extent never iK'lore thought of. You have seen that, in thin great war abroad, war is lieihg fought with gas and fire and with all sorts of chemical compound brought into the Imttlch'cld in some way or other. It is very unpleasant to think of them. They do not seem to lie half an attractive as h clean-chullet wound, hut they are. there, and they am the things we must look forward to mirting Mine time, if wo meet the enemy in the field. The pursue of war is to kill. It is not a very pleasant prociilnro, especially for the fellows who are to be killed. HemeinlHT that it is a great deal Mter to prepare and not have war, limn it is to luxe war nnd not he prepared. And remember thing: that it i not the weak nation, whining for sympathy, and and unready, that determines whether there is to le war or arbitrationit is the strong, nation which determines finally whether arbitration or fonv i to lie employed. A great many people will tell ton that prcaration means trouble; kjbIbbW. ut er Nation Can Be Prepared Without Being Aggressive ",al ca,"'nt ,,M! ",n," VI,H,M" ; ,",,t ?n" num " witl',0,,t k" It aggre sue. seems to me that a statement of that ort, addreetl to our piple, is little fliort of an insult to our mtelligemc and our decency. We can be lioth prepared and mulv and ut tolerant, just and We are not war, but we hate the right to lie prepared. All going tn wnge an iiggn-ssiour early president urged preparation. In etery niesage, almost, of the firft presidents, who had nth Hunething of war. in fact, of all our presidents, you find mine warning note alxiut preparation. In the early ilnts, fchortly after the birth of the nation, they were esecially emphatic. They were found men am! big men anl patriotic men, and their advice wa always to U prepared as the liest means of atoiding trouble. The houw that is well guarded and well prodi-tcis much less liable to be attacked by the burglar than the Iioum that is unguarded und full of K)ils. And so it is in the ease of the international highwayman ho counts the cosU. Vou liate wars baseil on patriotism nnd great public impulx', where cost sometimes is thrown to the winds, but the warn for power and aggression, want for the possession of trade routm or the lands nccoxtary for racial expansion and increased triule, etc., are based generally upon tho cost. A country going into a war of that clan figures out "what an.' we going to get, how much is it going to cost?" It is tho prepared nation that others hesitate to attack. If the advice of our early presidents was sound when the ocean was a real barrier, when no foreign country had a large army, when tho transportation of an army across the wh was more difficult, when the weapons of war wero few in type and simple and easy to manufacture and easy to become familiar with, and most of our forefathers were familiar with the uso of the musket and the use of other arms how much more, nenottsly is that udvice to ho taken today, when steam has divided distance am! time by ten; when every great nation on earth except China and is well organized for defense nt least; when the weawns of war aro intricate machines, requiring a great deal of time to manufacture, still more tune to become familiar with? Our wealth is immene ami our commerce is nggTcssivc and extending all over the world, while our lands No Wolf Was Ever Frightened .,, from tlu. Carihlcan K.a al. by the Size of a Rock. mM U) t.hlIm Ncw ,mlitl0Iia ,, arisen and we must simply heed Uiem. We must not simply have geiierom Nothing will help you but impulses and think nothing of preparation. Mere numbers will not serve. No wolf was ever frightened preparation. people by the sire of n dock of sheep. It is tho organized nnd who count. You cannot do anything in the onrush of modern war with undevcloed resources. A nation with undetelojKHl resources is helpless, unlci-- organized. A nation with undevelojKil resources is n good deal like n man upon a joint of hind, surrounded by tiuilier, w ith iron ore in the ground under hU feet ami everything at hand to build a fleet, und someone ioints out u fleet ill front of him and says: "Thero ready, complied and is the fleet of the enemy, where is tour flirt?" And lie swings his anil and wits: "Here I have unlimited resources and 1 can build the biggest fleet on earth." Hut tho man says; "Hero is the fleet you lnrvo to fight, which is ready to begin work in half nn hour. You cannot bo ready in four or live years." That is not unlike tho condition of our country. We havo got tho material and have money, we have responsibility too, and we have not done tho We hato hardly even commenced it, nnd it must work of construction. bo continued, and it can only bo continued through tho force of public opinion, because in a democracy such as ours, a representative government, tho people reully got em, and the men in congress represent Uieir views and Your views must bo presented. They must be sound, interests. our-nelt- cs s Although it has taken the spectacular exploits of the greatest wnr in history to focus the minds of tho people on the mnrtels of the neroplnnp, the great value of this latist wonder of the world will be ns nn agency of jicace. It will soon prove itself more of a The aeroplane's field of usefulness than n it expanding daily. It would be a criminal misuse of human genius and the very debauchery of science if the only purtmsp of the aeroplane was to skulk through dud's blue sky in search of prey. AD1UIIA1. PKAIlT. For one day of war there are ten days of peace, and even when one part of the world resounds to the clash of arms the other part is a humming hive of industry. Therefore the stage of efficiency nnd jierfection which the aeroplane has reached in VI months of war is only a forerunner of what is to come, wlii'i strong men again at peace have time and thought and energy to fit the aeroplane into its proper plate a.s nn iistniment for the advance mint of civilization. There nre ninny ways in which the aeroplane will save lives, mid is in a Hisition to do so now. There is n way already nt hand, for which there system now being u n mvd almost daily namely, the aerial burglar-alarof which I have the honor to be chairman. advocated by the commi-sio- n The national aerial eoat patrol commission was organized last danu-....- .. nrv in Xew York, and now has of-Watch Over 5,000 Miles fli;.fl itl , Uniu.(, Stntw Slir. of Coast Day and Night 1)tliMlm, jn its rov purio-- e is to guard the long nnd irregular coast lines of the Tinted .States Day ami night it will watch with a continuous chain of hydroaeroplane. ntcr .1,(100 miles of coot, to save lites in time of peace and to be the wary etes of our national defense ststem when war comes. I made the This plan was suggested last August in a spei-cItotary club of Portland, Me. Although it was put forward nt n conference on preparedness nevertheless from its very inception my idea has been thnt, after all, its greatest value to the American people will be the good work it is to do along our shores and out at sea in protecting lives, ships nnd cargoes, while performing the duties of a military patrol. Such'also has bevn the thought of all the distinguished jmblic officials and citizens who have rallied to my support in the organization of the commission. This list includes two senators, two representatives, two assistant n New York banker, nnd a brilliant young inventor, secrttaries, a the worthy fin of a worthy sire. The presidents of the various nero clubs, tinadjutants general of the states' militia and the commandants of the various state naval militia are also members. We are all working together, and wu propose to establish by topular subscriptions a complete chain of htdroaeroplano stations, stretching from Kastport, Me., down the Gulf of Mexico, and around all the way to Cape Flattery, state of Washington, at the head of l'uget sound. Thu Aero Club of America the center of aeronautical activity in this country gave thu idea it most hearty indorsement a little later, and it was formally launched at tho annual dinner of the club, held in New York on January 1'.' of this year. Then followed the organization of this commission, to which names have liecn added from time to time, so that tho inemliership is now as follows: Central commitUv, Senator Morris Shcppanl of Texas, Senator Charles F. Johnson of Maine, ltepresentative Julius Kalin of California, Charles I.ieb of Indiana, author of tho bill now pending congress to create an itideieiidcnt department of aeronautics with tho secretary in the president's cabinet, which is in line with what Germany, France and Great Britain hate done; Byron H. Newton, assistant secretary of the treasury; William M. Ingraham, assistant secretary of wor; Dr. E. lister Jones, superintendent of the United States Coast and Geodetic surof the federal weather buvey: Dr. II. C. Frankenfield. chief reau; Hon. Kmcrsou McMillin, the New York banker, and John Hays Hammond, Jr. A campaign was begun at once in Portland, Me., under the direction of .Mavor Ingraham, now the assist- Cities Raise Funds to Provide nnt fojretarv of war miX lho mooo Units in the Proposed Plan nmw.irj. to provide one station and machine as a unit in the plan was raised in a month. New York city next fell into line with a machine, Washington has just started a campaign under the auspices of the Washington Chamber of Commerce, and preliminary sums have been raised just as a starter in other coast cities. The .10 stations will cost ?.r00,000 to install, it is estimated, and it is certain that a single hydroaeroplane, patrolling its beat 50 miles or more at sea, some day will tee a great ship in distress, and reporting to the shore through its light radio apparatus, ctTcct the saving of hundreds of lives, nnd n ship and cargo more valuable than tho initial cost of the entire system. This illustration could bo multiplied by 50, for what one unit can do all the others can do. When the ststem is increased there will be still anmid military patrol pickets 50 miles beyond tho other line of first line, or at least 100 miles off shore. Add to all this the value of tho proposed system in detecting derelicts and submerged menaces to navigation, ond for cheapness nnd efficiency we will have on organization of tho kind unexcelled in nnv other country. ill life-sav- life-wast- rart - Itcpre-entati- bo-fo-re life-savi- views. Unable to Learn army. Educational Orders Favored. "We must place drawing. Instructions, and gauges In the hands of the skilled workmen of the manufacturing plants throughout this country, nnd do It In time of peaco or they will never lie nble to meet our needs In the munitions of wnr In time of emergency," declared Mr. Coffin. "We must plnce small educational orders with these various factories, together with the blue prints. Jigs and gauges. If we arc to enable them to get such a general practical working knowledge of whut Is required that In time of stress they mny be enabled to Jump In quickly und pick up the work without fatal deluy. "As an Illustration of what It means not to be prepared to handle these things, I want to tell you that many concerns In our country tnktng orders from foreign governments orders placed a year and a half ago have scarcely done anything In the way of Heavy shipments quantity delivery. have been made to European powers, but the great mass of such shipments has been of stuff which Is not strictly munitions of war In the popular conception of the term, but materials like barbed wire or other things of such kind as we were pretty well able to supply oft the shelf. When It has come to the production of shells und munitions of war and rilles, many of these concerns are way behind what they expected they would be able to do. This applies also to many of our arms manufacturers, whom some of our lovely optimistic people would sny could manufacture lu a week enough arms to supply uu army. I one concern lu Clevelund know which took a big shell order. They promised deliveries of something like IhWO u day at a certain date. Tho Job looked very easy, but It took them four months beyond the promised date to get even 200 shells u day through the plant. Engineer Ready to Aid. "There Is one body of men In tho United Stntes who have the ability through their training and through the fact that they have been Instrumental In the development of all American Industries, qualified to render the most efficient service to the army nnd navy. I refer to our engineers. The officers of the nrmy nud navy ure the equal tn personnel of the officers of nuy similar positions In the world. Many of us think they ure the superiors. They have been educated ut West TiJiit nnd Annapolis. They have lived with these problems of navul warfare nml land warfare, nud they have studied fighting nnd nil the rules of strategy and are masters in their line. Hut, generally speaking, these men havo not had tho hard knocks In the commercial end und in that manufacture of goods lu quantity which will best fit them to go out und Institute n general mobilization of the Industrial resources of this country. Collin of tho naval ccmsultlnc 1L li cotTIN. Imnrd has devised a plan by which the education of the Industries mny bu cnrrleil on. Hut before explaining the system Xfr. Collin first dlsimied of the theory of Riivernnieiit plants) for munitions of war. "Whatever our Individual views government-ownetie upon limy plnnti," he said. "In the hot equation, no government In the world can afford to own all the plants for the production of army nnd navy materials In sulllclent quantities to carry any tinny through n modern wnr. In the last analysis It limit be the private plants upon which we must depend to furnish tho mntertnls needed." If Kuglund, with her great nnd ov-erfallies In the field, has 80 pir cent, or us some claim even IK) prr cent of her Industries working to supply the needs of her armies, then the accuracy of Mr. Coffin's statement Is beyond question, nnd the early education of the Industrial army Is fully as Important as the raising of the fighting K. FY?jdHF i 1 Innmster - Kentucky The inolilllattnn of the Industries of the country so that In the event of trouble they inlKht Immediately liegln to deliver munitions of war. might properly lie dc- scribed lis tin- - edu- cation of the XP fj. H 3orroiv, Graduate Optician (llii.n Kitted, stufctlon tlimsnterd duitrles. lliiwnrd J.E.EDWARDS. M.D Phone 391-M BUCKEYE, KY. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky D. V. Jl. Paint Lick, John Jl. Casey, Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary Surgeon. Veterinary College. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National Hank. Residence l'hone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. Three Brown Manley CULTIVATORS to close out at cost. 6. C. COX. Manse,Ky 14.79 Phone ' Office Hours 1 229. P-government Inspection. Goods produced under this educational system could be sent lu to depots, which pre- M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler ferably should be located In the midDoctors Of Dentil Surgery. dle West. This would be merely on the basis of organization and educa- Offlce: Siormn Bnlldlncavei Hurt 4 Ander tion, to fit the factories to swing in on, manure store. on this complicated new work If It LANCASTER, KENTUCKY; should ever be necessary. Fit Factories for Work. "Ily taking n sniull order, say even for ten shells of one size, we shall have broken In every department of our works us to the handling of thut particular munition. Our purchasing department will learn where uixl how-tbuy materials. Our factory will learn how to machine, how- - to best treat, how to test and Inspect to government standards. The engineering ilepurtment will have lu Its files drawings nnd specifications for quick use. Wo have euough manufacturing equipment in this country so thut we cau concentrate and specialize n concern on some one thing and say, 'Gentlemen, In ense of wnr that Is the particular thing we are going to call upon you for In such and such quantity,' und If congress will give to our navy and war departments power to exercise Judgment In placing these small educational orders throughout the country. It will have done us much to fit this country to defend Itself as through npproprlntlng money for n tremendous Increase til nrmy und navy. Army and navy will be taken care of as n matter of course. These other things cannot be handled ex cept through the closest kind of co operation between a nationally organ Ized Industry and the various depart meuts of tho government." TREES Garden. Write for free Catalogue. Fruitand Shade Trfies Strawberry Plants, Shrubs. Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies Everything for Orchard. Lawn and No Agts, H.F.IIillenmeyer & Son?. Lexington, 1S41. Kentucky. 1916 HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. people, utterly incapable of learning any "Thero are taught by history, utterly incnpable of understanding aright what rtAm:inA,i na T nut tlmt rt itnv Am tnmi ! n tmirilorvr nt Wa riiizna has gone on before their very eyes during tho last year or two, who, neverwish to tum this country into an occidental China the kind of tohfrli torn them to the field uninformed and untaucht. where they aro theless, of the present day is seeking to mechanized by education and China which every intelligent Chinaman to meet men of the same age and strength THF.ODOHE I100SEVELT. abolish. "discipline or battle, I cannot withhold my denunciation of iU wickedness GEN. IIAIUIY LEE. and folly. When Governments Murder lesson The American Flag Your lint: nnd my fine nnd how It files today In your land nnd uiy lit rid nnd hnlf a world nwny ; Roue red nnd hloml red IU stripes forever gleam. Snow white nnd oul white, the good forefathers' tlroam; Sky bluo und true blue with stars that gleam aright; The gloried guldou of the day, u shelter through tho night. Your flag and my flag, and, oh, how much It holds! Your land and my land, secure within Its folds; Your heart and my heart beut quicker at the sight. and wlnd-tonncthe red and blue and white; The one ting the great flug the Aug for me and you, GlorlnVs ull due bmlde, the red and white and blue. ThiJ Agreement Witnesseth; That in order to protect the game on our lands for a period of three Years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do so. nnd 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 car- rying out this agreement. Except each of us have the right to kill rabbits in our Tarms 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, 1916. It. L. Elkin, J. E. Robinson, Jno. M. Farra, W. II. Brown, Alex Walker, W. B. Burton, Ilaselden Bros., T. A. Elkin, F. M. Tinder, J. II. Oalton, Logan Hubble, John H. Smith. G. M. Deshon, J. N. Itoss. Fisher Herring, II. B. Cox, Hughes llros, J. W. Sweeney, W. M. Mahan, Withers Bros. William, Marcus and Jim White. B. F. Wilmot, J. U. I'ope, Mrs. David Chenault, Fred J. Conn, W. It. Cook, J. vY. Elmore, Huffman llros, T. C. Itankin, Wm. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton, W. B. Moss T. M. Arnold. Jr. Jno. M. White, It. E. Henry, Bright Herring, A. D. Bradshaw, K. L. Barker. Scott Huffman, United States Can Be Invaded ) But can tho United States bu invaded? It can and Wed upon historical proof, that any versant with modern military progress knows it can, even something too startling about tho thought to receive the government which foregoes its rights to compulsory military eenrice, mors and mora enslaved by depending solely upon voluntary inili-jta- average citizen when ho sits down to his griddle cokes in Frederick I'alincr. eenrice induced by gift of money, land and clothing. Upton. Right of Compulsory Service It may bo laid down as an axiom, ry every man conthough there is credence of the the morning. The Central Record $1.00 Per Year In Advance. Lancaster, - When you TOWN come to TO-DA- Y be sure and put THAT $1 in your pocket FOR US Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday Aug 3 heard Rev. A." J. $1.00 a year. Clcrc. who has been the pastor for the usued Weekly. llaptist church for the pastyear, preach his farewell sermon In the school audiE. ROUINSON. Editor. J. torium last Sunday niRht. The retaliatR. L, EI.K1N. Locnl Filltor nml Mtfr, ion of Mr. Cleru came as quite a sur prise to the people in this community Kntrrnlat Use IVil "Ufi In l.nncntter. Kj. and only those who were close to him CfCOII.I ri Mn Mutter in that denomination had any intimation II that he was to take such n step. Member Kentucky Press Association Is undecided just where lie will take up his work, nlthoURh he has n call under Eighth District Publishers League. consideration now from n prominent church In Ohio. Lancaster, Kjr., August 31, 1916 NOTICE Rates For 1'oliticnl Annniinccmcnts To Countv HIrIi School Pupils; The pupih who hold common school For Precinct and Citv OHiies . . .$ 5.00 lli.oo diplomas in Educational division Num-- I 'or County OHices tor State and District Offices...". 1R.00 bcr One, are hereby notified thnt only .10 thirty dollar of their tuition will he For Calls, per line 10 paid to the (iraded School by the Coun For Cards, per line ty Hoard. Owing to tin- unusual larRe For all publications in the Internumber of County High School pupils est of individuals or expresand necessary expense of theotherhiRh sion of individual views, per 10 school in the county, it was necessary line 03 foi the County Iloanl to make this Obituaries, per line order. The County Hoard ti.ade n proposition of n rate of 30.00 a pupil to the Democratic Ticket. Graded school board, but it was rejected; now it is necessary for the parents to pav the difference which difference is $i. for 9th Rrade and $20. for all hiRher grades. County Hoard of Education. It. 1 , 1916. RICHMOND. MAN HAD HEADACHES TheCentral Record incorporated, REV A J CLERE RESIGNS PERSONAL TALES SOUTHERN APPALACHIAN GOOD ROADS CONVENTION, 5th To A well filled house Mm, HON. A. B. BROWN. CHAIRMAN OF COUNTY COMMITTEE. OF BRITISH PUSH Mo- Lexington, Kentucky. September MOST OF THE TIME: NOW SOUND AS A DOLLAR IS MR. G. J. MARKS. 8lh, Inclusive. Wounded Tell of Thrilling ments In Plcardy Charges, BOOK STOPPECTTWO BULLETS Hundreds Killed and Wounded on Doth Sides as the English Opened Their Offensive Artillery Work a Mervel of E,ctni" Praise German Bravery. London Is now being thrilled by the stories of the puli on the Volume, have which tho wound til soldiers Sorely wounded ns brought back. many are, and nfter n Journey whlth all the care made barely endurable, the men still Uncle with the thrill of tho charge, nnd their tnlk Is nil of tho rush. "We went over In grand style." said n sergeant revnllliiK the nssuult on Moiitnulinii, "and found the pinto In nn nwful iues. Most of the house had been kins kod head over hi els -- the e only ones I saw Maudlin: were n of cafes. As we came on we saw lots of Geriii.ins running out of the back of the lll.ige. but there wire plenty of them monkeying uNuit the We dltldcd the company up ruins. Into groups of six, but ns we lienrcd the village wo Joined up npnln. My Ave pals ami myi If saw some In a ground tloor room, so wo dropped a Mills bomb through the window nnd didn't watt for an answer. "As wo turned the corner we raw n German l.t lug round the end of n wall. He'd got a machine gun mid had mndo a little emplacement with bricks. He turned the blamed thing on me nud got me lu the f"tstop me, It didn't though, nud when I wns ge'tlug near to him I felt two kicks over the heart. I didn't wult to sec what happened, but simply went at htm nud Imyoiicted btm. I couldn't go on much farther, so I s.it down to see what was the damage. cou-pi- - 'WHAT'S THE REASON" For President WOODKOW WILSON, of New Jersey. for "HECAUSE" They keep Effective Styles. "BECAUSE" HARVEY HELM.ot STANFORD, KY home Their prices brinR FOR CONGRESS. For Vice President THOMAS It. MARSHALL of Indiana. Batson and West sell Kool Cloth Suits $5. when others Ret $7.50 for their. Why do Ilatson nnd West sell O'liry-a- n Overalls at $1.15. What's the Reason They evil all mdsesocheapandquick the We are authorized to announce Miss "HECAUSE" Jennie Higgins a candidate for County Thevkeep mdae. thats well selected. School Superintendent of Gnrrard "HECAUSE" County, subject to the action of the They can show and tell people even Democratic primary August 1917. from Missouri. We are authorized to announce J. O. Thev are Rood buyers. Bogie, as a candidate for the DemocThey have small expene and do Court ratic nomination fcr County their own work. Clerk, primary to be held AuRUSt 1917. THAT'S THE REASON. See their KORN KELLER Shoe. We are authorized to announce HACON. "BECAUSE" Our Countv Democratic Committee, made no mistake in selecting Hon. A. B. Hrown to succeed Hon. J. 1. Ham- ilton.tesigned. He seems to be the unamious choice of the party, nnd deservedly so, because he has been for more than thirty years, one of the most tireless nnd constant workers for the successof Democracy in the county. He serves the partv for his love and interest in the success of the organization nnd not with the view of runninR or holding office. The place to which lie is elected, places him at the head of the party in the county and is one of Rreat responsibility. It can be under stood that he will always act for the good of the partv nnd give all a fair deal, whicli is always productive of party harmony nod leads to party success. The committee at the same that the proper time reccomended authorities appoint committee to till the vacancies in the committee, namely Sim Wheeler, Walker's School House, Hogan Ballaid in West Bryantsville, Charlie Dean in East Bryantsville, ai.d J. M. Anions, in Buckeye. Mr. Hamilton called the committee together and tiled n written resigna tion, assigning as his reason that his business affairs were so occupying his time that it prevented him Riving the position the time it required. Jeptha Onstott a candidate for the democratic nomination for County Court Clerk, subject to the action of the primary, AuRUst 1917. "BIRTH OF A NATION" STATE FAIR AUCTION. At Lexington Next Week. It will be welcome nc.vs to residents We are authorized to announce E. R. know that Democratic of this city and section to Ray as a candidate for the "The Birth of A Nation" lias been nomination for Assessor of Garrard engagement at the county, subject to the action of the booked for a return Lexington Opera House next wtek, fur Primary, AurusI, 1917. six performances, beginning with a matinee on Thursday Sept. 7th. The WANTED: Young cuir.cas and tur- spectacle will be shown twice daily, keys, will pay Rood price. 2:15 and 5:15. Box office open Sept. II. II. Northcott. 5th and mail orders will receive careful attention. Seats for evening $1. and next year. AL FIELDS MINSTRELS. It was decided not to overload the 50 and 75 cents for matinee. auction sales this year, but to encourAl Fields Minstrels will show in Lex-InRtage the improved breeding of livestock at the Opera House for one Disconcerting Candor. in the four fields decided upon. niRht pnlv, Wednesday Sept. Cth. The Surgeon (to patient he Is nbout to No commission will be charged in the production has been Rreatly added to operate on) Well, old chap. If I don't auction sales, and the only expense inand will draw a larRe crowd from this see you ngnln, here's luck ! Puck. curred by those who desire to offer section of the state. their stock for sale wilt be the actual An Indoor Sport. feed and nominal fees for stable room. talking about "I never EASTERN KENTUCKY Such sales held in other States have STATE motoring, hear InnVon golf or baseball." "No." bet n productive of wide distribution of mj of recreation does he go "What pure blooded stock nnd of decided imNORMAL SCHOOL In fori" "Naps, mostly." provement in the breed of live stock in Will not open until Sept. 12. 191P. nearby communities. Old Style. Note the date carefully. Indications Anticipating an especially large atLittle Jennie, n primary pupil, wns tendance, provision has been made by the enrollment will be heavy. are that nked : "If your mother hntl live yards Louisville civic organizations your reservations promptly. Make to guarJ. C. Crabbe, President. of cloth nnd used three- In maklnc antee that no one who attends the fair your dress, how murh would she hnve left?" After n moment's thought she wili have to go without a night's lodgreplied, "I think she'd have enough ing. Hoarding houses have been comSAD DEATH. to make a petticoat." piled to the number of several thousand The announcement of the death of and all who attend will be assured of Mrs. Mae Ware FreeburR, which ocsuitable quarters in which to sleep and curred at her home in Hopkinsville last Too Much for Father. of abundant eating facilities. Friday evenine came ts a shock to her Mls l'ansy I'yetln's father snys that numerous friends and relatives in this f she fives another party he's going To Every Confederate Veteran In Kentucky: city, where she once often visited her to leave home. He's perfectly ullllng The Hon. Mat Cohen, Commissioner, sister, Mrs. R. E. McRoherts, who was to grind the Ice ereniii freezer nil afternoon, but he draws the lino at and the State Hoard of Agriculture called to her bedside, but reached there having to put In half the night wind- - and , Hoard of Trade the Louisville ufter her demise. uik up me pnonogrnpli. have united in a cordial invitation all Confederate Veterans to to Revival Services At Fairview Closes. Lucky Youth. be present at the State Fair at Louis"Young Scadds Is an nhsoliito nin- ville The revival services at the Fairview on September 12th, 1910, which is compoop. He doesn't know enough to apart as "Governors' and Military Christian church closed on Sunday rorne In when It rains." "IIo doesn't set In all there were twenty one neiil to. With nil his money he can Day" They desire our attendance in additions to the church, fifteen by con- afford n new umbrella every day In order that they may show you cseciul fession and baptism. LarRe crowds at- the week nnd n man to carry It for courtesies as an evidence of the cteem tended every service and were helped him." in which you are held by three orby the stronR and spiritual sermuns deganizations and the citizens of Kenlivered bv Evangelist Horace Kings-burtucky generally. According to His Folly. The sonR services Under the I therefore urge that every ConTho new minister wns dining with leadership of Mr. D. H. (irillin were mi an old lady. She had fried chicken federate Veteran in the State who can for dinner, nnd he was very fond of do so accept this invitation and attend; Important feature of the meeting. chicken glzriinl. Just for fun. he and to further show our appreciation of told her he ate them to make him CIRCUIT COURT CONVENES. handsome. Sin- - adjusted her classes this invitation it is hereby ordered that every one who attends meet me at the nnd. looking him over, said, "Well, On Monday morning Circuit Court ,ynu Hon, W. J. Gooch, Secretary uln't been eating them lung, havo office of convened with J udgo Chits. Hardin on your of the Fuir, promptly nt 11 o'clock the bench. On account of the illness A. M. September 12, 191C, and join in of Mr. Emmett Puryear. Mr. J. K. a short parade across the arena A Fact as to Editors. Robinson was appointed bv tho Court accompained by bands playing National On rainy duys, nnd also on other to act as Prosecuting Attorney for this Come, and be sure to wear your occasions which lire not unconnected airs, term. The following jury was chosen. with the pnstmun's visits, wo find the uniform, Confederate button, or camp Grand Jury. whole of n truth In this from the Bagde, one or all, and let us have a F II Marksbury, Foreman. Tom Ray. Tltomasvllle (On.) Times: If you see good day together at our great State Wesley Thompson, Thomas Hendren, an editor who pleases everybody, Fair. Howard LoRan, there will be n glnss plate over his W. J. Stone Maj.- - Gen'l. Com'd'g, Ky. Allen Sherrow, M. II. Pollard, Henrv Montgomery, face and lie will not bo standing up. Div- - U. C. V. Collier's Weekly. Henry Arnold, Hen Warren, Sam Keller. Alonzo Sherrow, Petit Jury Lowry Speaks, A. F, Sanders, Milton Ward, Luther Raney, Thomas Broaddus, J. H. Posey, Sam Clark, Geo. Spoonamore, T. W. Uradshaw, George W. Wilson. Dale Montgomery, N. K. Bogle, The free auction sal. at the Kentucky State Fair, designed to improve the breed of live stock in Kentucky, will be held Thursday and Friday of State Fair Week, and every eticouraRement will be lent toward inducing Kentucky farm ers and breeders to stock their places with Dure bred cattle, sheep, hogs and poultry. Horses nnd mules will not be sold at this year's auction sale, but if it proves the great success that its promoters hope, it will be jncludtd Book Stopped Bullets. "My foot was pretty bad, but when I looked nt my left hand breat pocket I saw two holes lu It. I oii-nei- l my Htk. et nud fulfil th.it two bullets bad gnuo through my iiielnl shaving mirror, through my picket case und had nosed ho. cordeiniuii, Hon. D. H. Km- their way Into n Uok I was carrying. cneioo, oi rventucK); nun. t mines r. Funnily enough, earlier In the morning Coady of Maryland; Senator John K. my otneer gnve mo the look mid snld 1 Shields of Tennessee; Hon. John W. could read It when I got Into the German trenches, so I put It In my ickct, Langley of Kentucky. Their attendlittle thinking that I should li ublo to ance, of course, is dependent upon the raid a bit of It on hospital ship coming adjournment of Congress. It is expected that this Convention, bank. The two bullets nfter plerclui the mirror und ease had met nnd fused will be the most important, not only in Into one lump uf metal. point of'iitteiulance, hut because of the "I saw thru" German come up to vital itirsirt of the subjects to be distwo of our fellows and throw down cussed tu this general region, tlmt the their rllles. So our boy chucked down Association has ever held; and all theirs, too. and went nut for them with their IMs, and they didn't half clvo citizens who are interested in the upholding of their States and of this them n dusting. "As we were going into Moutaubsn Southern Appalachian region are corwe saw n German machine gunner up dially invited to attend. a tree. He'd got the neatest little platform juti ever hiw painted so tliut It was nlnio-- t liivsMe. V shut him. YOUR ON PASTE THIS "The spirit of our boj s was splendid. They simply loved the fun. One of ICE BOX. Ihem gut blown up by n shell. lie seemed pretty dazed, but he picked Scales are not necessary to determine himself up and eamc along. All ho the weignt of a solid block of ice. All said was, 'Oh. there must be n war on that is needed is n ynrdstlck. Get the after all, I supii-.e.- ' "We had carried the llr- -t two Hnet length, brea 'th ond thickness in inMultiply the length by the and mi getting Into the third we saw ches. the Germans mining up from the two breadth and bv the thickness, and exits of a deep dugout mid pairing off divide the total, which is the number of down the tretii h. Our platoon cubic inches in the block of ice, bv :i. gut tutu the trenrli mid pl'kod The answer is the weight in unds of them off us they tame out. lie had ice. lor example: A ciKm ot ice the mouth of the dugout on either tl) x 1U x III inches contains 1.000 side tf him, say tirteeii yards away, lie wns ns cool ns a cucumber. IIo cubic Indies. Using 3l us it divisor, .'I simply turned from right to left mid the correct weight of the ice Is Sit 1 tired Just as If he wns In n shooting pounds. gallery. It was the best bit of fancy shooting I've seen." Artillery Called Magnificent. A sergeant luujor of tho Middlesex speaking of the work nf English artillery, said: "They were simply magnlll-cen- t, nnd ns we advmiceil they lifted trench by trench. The battalion went ocr mid on In fine style. It wns Just t, llko n parade, mid the nun felt ns they knew that large reserves were behind them. Wo Foon gut Into the Gorman front trench. I saw very few lit lug, but lu the fee-unud third Hues we found a few. At tho bottom of the deep trciichos weru plenty of deiul ami In too." A corporal In the Northuiiibeiliiud fusiliers gnve n plt'tuie of tho precision with wldi h the assault was carried out. "Jilt on time," he slid, "the first Hues went nwny, not hurrying u bit, Ju.t taking It easy. Then nunc the second line. Of eourso there weiegnps, but theso were soon tilled. Then Went the third Hue, and I followed up with tho supports. Everything was going A 1. There nre many reasons why this of the " I mirerid from pnins in the back If the grain crackers am dull the Eighth Annual Convention (!ood Honds ' and dull he mlachcs a great deal of the conveyers take the hslf cracked grain Southern Appnlachlnn I Imil l.i.t nil ntnlilltiin to work to the holts in poor roniitiun nnd Hills Association shciild be the most Success 'ion. ful and useful Convention ever held by before I took Talilac", said (lotdieJ. the Hour it tint K, heavy and of low ipialitv. this Association. Mnrks, plumber, who lives in Since the last Convention, Tennessee Ky. Tlie miller hns only to sharjien the organized Highway has n State the grain " got a bottle of Tanhic and felt stone which cracks smooth and to make Department mid the State Highway tho Hour began taking it. the whole mill run releiVtd as soon as Commission of North Cirolinn has been I feel flue no.v and have no mote goisl. organized md is accomplishing splendid Don't allow your digestion to become or headaches'," results. Also, within the last six pains digestion witli Tan-- I Ailments such as described by Mr. dull sharpen jour Congress has passed an act months. sc. from Marks largely come ir diseventy-llvappropriating million Tanlsc is being Introduced in Landollars for Federal Aid to Stntes ill gestion. 'Die stotnneh being out of order is the reason the blood is not caster at II. I'.. McUohcrts. road construction, with an ndditlnnal ten million to he used on roads in furnished V ith nourishment, therefore, Tunlac may be obtained In the nearby Government Forest Iteserves. This the muscles and tissues become weiik cities. Taint Lick. J. N. Metcalf; and serious breakdowns result. provision of the Federal (lot eminent, Ilecker .t Italian!; Little fliuuld tulil.-l- , tvltli tin, The action of the body may be de- - Hickman, Collier and Hruner; lierea, Drug have visited large areas in the scribed by the running of b mill. The S. K. Welch; .Stanford. I'enny nnd region, Southern Appalachian have grain crackers corresond to the Store; Junction City, Reynolds created problems for this general sec- stomach, they grind the raw product, ' Ktaus; liielimond. II. L. I'erry A Son; tion which can be most successfully The conveyers which carry the crucked Crab Orchard. I.)ne llros ; llurgin, O. met by the getting together of all grain to the bolts correKind to the j T. Schwllield; Dsnt ille. John S. Wells, those who are interested in the pro blood and the finished prodnct to the It I'.. Meltuherls. Lancaster. 1,11,1 W- - C motion of good roads throughout this muscle nnd tissue. I West. Miter I reek geneal region. Therefore, the subjects which will be discussed in detail nt this Convention will bo Federal Aid, with particular reference to the provisions of the act, and the iiuestion of (load Maintenance, This lnltr subject is of especial interest in view of the fact that one of the provisions of the Federal Aid lull is that MAINI'KNANCK for roads constructed with this Federal cooper-- 1 ation Ml'ST UK rilOVIDKD by the states receiving such aid. Among those who will discuss the Federal Aid Itoads bill are Mr. I.. W. l'age. Direct or of the U. S. Ollice of l'ublic (loads and Rural Fngiiicc ring; Representative uf the U. S. Forest Service, Mr George 1'. Colenan, Chairmnn of the F.xecutive Committee of the American Association of State Highway OHicials Tuesday, September 5th, will be! known as GOVF.RN'OISS' DAY. and it ! is exj ected that the Governors of each ' of these States will attend and uinkel short addressed. Among the Congress- - j men who are exacted to attend arel Senator K. I). Smith, of South Carolina, , 1 o .r fix-n- PI i uumu Green. DP II II I II 1 1111 1 AU Ba- As guardian of Samuel ker, I will, on Saturday, September 16, 1916, on the premises, rent the house and 63 acres of land, for the year 1917, located on the Copper Creek pike and now occupied by Geo. Thirty acres of this land is to go in wheat this fall and balance in grass. For fur- Seeding priveletfe allowed the renter. ther particulars, call on, John Green, Paint Lick, Ky. iigf Us That $ i "The IreiH-l- i artillery was lifting Aro We Really MuilcilT Lucius Perkins. Muv'er got a vucirn cleaner, ittle We Institute music In our public W. M. Jennings, schools and display our Interest In It bits o'thlng Had His Hands In. Eisha Forbes, unco a ear nt graduation time. Wo See it whiz, when tye my string, Bill "Well, do you think tho doctor J. U, Lawson, tee (tint our children lako "music lesNo more lazy- - she don't say I shrink-Nolms helped you?" Jill, displaying an Lloyd Bourne, sons" uml Judge the results likewise by empty iuickcthook : "Looks more as If I des love to work. A. D. Hughes, their rapacity, to play us occasionally Some old carpets- - afew old be'tl helped himself." P. S. Clayton Wearren, n very nice, little piece. Men. In par- rags, singers, und R. I. Burton, ticular nil ixitentliil For a' little money and two tags, Smallest British Possession, very much needing to slug look upon (J. B. Sutton, You get booful, big of little bugs, Gibraltar, which consists of less than ns a slightly effeminate, or scarcely it C. W. Anderson natural All clean and- - no bugs two square miles, Is the smallest Britand manly thing to do. Music covering Cuuudu, Miss Fannie Bishop J. W. Tutum, Is, In short, ton much our diversion ish ihisscssIou. Phone 397 3,740,000 squuro miles, Is the largest. Scott Huffman. and too little our salvation. Atlantic. That's all. BABY'S LETTER. to trench, nnd we were following on step liy step. It wan just llko a Held d.iy. The cunlcrx with bombs mid aiiiiiiuulilou kept mi coming along ns cheerful as anything, and then Liter hi tho day I got moved buck Into our own front lines ami on to tho dress ing station.'' One man who had lieen nt Mumctt mid that In the German trenches they tuiiul plenty of men, but as fur as diey could Judge bombs were tho chief VeaiHiue, nut rides. Several men spoko t the comparatively small number of Hies In (ho treii"hes. from WE PROGRESSIVES; The Central Record, Thursday Aug. 3 JOHN DEERE AND OLIVER SULKY PLOWS. JOHN DEERE AND HOOSIER WHEAT' D.RILLS. 1 1 916 The marriage of Mis. Mamie Farm Minnie Ilrown has gone to Thompson, of l.rxinlon and Mr. Henry i Louisville where she will purchase her Cleveland Wool, of Hair, diburg, will I have sixty acres of grass for Your account is due and must be paid at once he celebrated at the I ome of Mrs, ' Itoom for rent apply to Mrs H. F. fall supply of millinery, grazing. Cattle or horses preferred. Thompson's hrother, Mr. Jom M. Far-r- n Walter phone fil. which I hate to do. A Brief Mtntlon of the Comings trd wise I will have to force Mrs. A. C. Ilrunt of Lexington I; W. D, Walker, Lancaster. Ky. and Mrs. Farra at six o'clock thin Goings fcyThoic Wt Art Intmitcd In. visiting her father. Hon. It. II. Tom-llnso- n evening, K. Mount Furnished, down stairs rooms for rent. from the firm of Havlnrf Twenty thousand feet of sheeting nnd on Itichmotul street. 2').'.. Itev. It. N. Simpson of Itarrndiburg, J. O. Itngie. to I Son & Co., to do into two hy four lumber. Will sell cheap Mr nml Mrs II. A, Hoeing, of Chicago, will he thu olliciatlng minister ami only Money to loan on real estate. Apply for cash, also live new Inv frames. Mr. ami Mrs Portal Stapp weie and my customers for are expected thin week to lie the guests the most intimate relatives nml friends Hughes Pros. tc H. Clay Ksulfman, Attorney. of Mr and Mrs J. W. Sweeney. now, visitors in I.ouisvillc Inst week. will he present. After the ceremony. and they come in and and congratulations, the hriilnl couple Mr 'lore of l.mllow has For IUnt for the year 1017. a house Mrs, A. W, Kuvanaugh entertained FOItSALK: A gcol Mosler safe. money to put into my new , as I need ... I,. .1.1.r ...in been visiting Mr l.'clor Luwsnn. nnd IS acres if grass, and 20 acres to at dinner last week in honor of Mr and win i;u iu iiHrroiisuurg lur me wcuinng II. D. Lee. Lancaster. Ky. supper, tn he given in their honor, hy be put In wheat. Dr. and Mm. Jnck Casey of Danville, Mm Jf.hn Walker of Smithfield Kv. Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Thompson. They WANTKD 100 cars of wheat; will I. F. Conn, vcro with In r parents Inst SuiiiIhV. Muster C. V. Clarke has returned to will then begin housekeeping in the pay highest market price. Have lots It. F. D. no 1 Lancaster. Ky. his home in Lexington after spending pretty home which Is in readiness for of Ashville, Mr Joe McCnrmirk, of new unu.ed sacks. hit variition with his grand parents. their coming. In speaking of the N. C. is llie guest of Mr W. O. ;on.llro FOIt SALK: One horse wagon anil Itoy S. Schooler. harness; one buckboanl and two feed nt I lie Lexington Leader has Miss Martini Stephens of the D. D. Miss Km th itj in' lliim in very nick nt FOIl BOURBON HOG CHOLERA REMEDY he r home at Ilvattaville with typhoid Institute of Danville, spent Sunday the follow ing to say of the dimming erty ItLN'T The Alex Walker prop, boxes, capacity 40 bushels each. on Lexington street. Call or, Mrs. I. C. Itucker. I'tf trntt a in I Cum with her consul Mrs. J. W. Puinphrey. hnde and the talented groom. fever. tf. "This is one of thu most interesting 0. C. Walker. CHOLERA, WORMS, COUGH, THUMPS. Paint Lick, Kv. Mrs J. 1'. (logic has been visiting her Mrs. S. M, Jordan and son Koscne announcements of the Il tlcitrnrt ilvif serm., rrgiibtfl the? 1wl, i.l ilurntion ml ear, as the nk anil anil in 1 ia (alien iimtUr. II Atl II nntvIke)C Ltd mOMS.ill fOf tAth jour sister. Mss James wilt at lltickeve the cauirs...II house nnd three FARM FOR SALE. ol: KhNT-- My ft Tuesday for their home In Terre marriage will he the union of people of nOT. I rhrlftl ninf Ihi. medic irie ,,cr'" n la"'. i""t "t of town limits. Hftm iis your Haute, Hftir a pleasant visit to his hriimin. iie.. nml ili.tlrwlion. IWI wail linnl liter et ik. worm. nil elite. te l.OM All DfU((i.!l. past week. Al On Sugar Creek, five miles from LanBQW and keep ll.eni Ift company. Mis. Thompson is one ol Lexington's Possession given at any time. Mutter Charles Hnstin is spending parents. noLuno.i kciicdt caster known as the John Lackey farm. L P. Terrill. Phone 15j. most charming and beautiful women. ueek in N'icholasville ami attending For information see W. II. Lackey, Dr. ni.l Mrs. W. S. KIkin will return Sold in Lancaster, Ky., by J. R. Mount, Son & Co. i Lancaster, Ky. faculty K. I. Fair. to their home jn Atlantn this evening She has been a member of the For Sale. of Dudley school for a number of years Mr and Mrs Minor Carman and hand-mim- u after a stay of several weeks with and tervtd for several terms as the I HudFreh Cow Fi r Sale-Itcs- too Household and kitchen furniture. little son are viniting Mrs Oscar relativet here. president of the Teachers' Club and son. Hubble, Ky. Mrs. John Mount. Itay. in the country She Association. Miss Lillian Puree who has heen Parenl-'leai'her- s' Mrs, llright Herring and little daugh visiting relatives in (inrrnnl FOIl SALK:-- A and was formerly Miss Mamie Neal Farra, fire twuj'esr old LOST ter Margaret, have returned from a Madison county, will return Saturday the daughter of th? late Mr. Charles Southdown puck. Lawson and Ilrown. ' 'Ax Richmond. Ilrown raincoat. Iteward to tinder. visit to relatives at Farr.i, and was graduated at the old to her home in Louisville. i FOIt SALK-.-Threheifers and Miss Jennie Higgins. Daughters' College at Ilairod-burg- , Mrs Lucy Henderson and Miss Sullie Mrs. J. P. Foley was entertained by where one good bull calf. G. W. Klnm. her mother before her was ciu. five wetks a number of her Ailams ore at Inline nfler a FOR SALE. friends last Friday, hv cated, also being frequently a visitor stay with relitives in Indiana. a surprise birthday party, the occasion FOIt SALi::-0.0i- j0, old kept In the theie 111 later Jears. 16 home ratsid hogs, weight about dry, sharpened tobacco sticks. Mrs. Dora Miller and Mrs. Ilurnside being her fiftieth birthday. Mr. Wood is one of the leading busi l'S) tHiunds. GOOD J. Ilooth Sutton, B. C. McWhorter. and childien lime returned fromn most Mr. and Mrs r. dark and ness men of Ilnrrodsburg as well as a S3I-2delightful visit to London relatives. I Daughter Lexington motored over man of letters, a writer of ote whose For Sale:-C0- 00 tobacco sticks. stories and wems appear in Harper's PRIVATE GARAGE, Miss Virginia Keith Itansdell of Lex- and spent the past week with their Weekly, Frank Thompson, the Youth's Companion, Ain-she- 's parents, Mr and Mrs S. J. liourne. Phone 3sJ.S. Stanford li. It. 4. ington is an attractive guest nt the He has Magazine und others. Central location. Will rent cheap. Iwcnty-nlo- o u jicol t ti.tir v.inn. On Hie maikt Imine of her uncle, Mr. J. K. Dickerson Thm i Frank Puinphrey, wife and two sons, won seveial prizes in literary contests, Phone 71. 10-t- f For Sil; 1 Southdown buck. lulay. Tbcy yrns. n--1 : fint mod UiJ ate mil IikIiI a" J Mis.s Clny Colman and Mr. Iloyd of notabl the prue in gold over eight V.iHes Mary and Anne Iteid and Mi siorui-piou- l J.n. Todd, Paint Lick Ky. Dn In iJ lncpmive. with his hundred competitors fur the best potm Folly Keynolds were visitors of .Mis Somerset, spent Sunday TOBACCO TENANT WANTED. 14 Hums in Danville part ot last parents Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Puinphrey. on the "Skniker Uoad"; which wts the J. P. Ilallard, CrabOrchaid, Ky. Hattie I Phone or apply to Henry Lloyd at has 102 good ewes and 200 Jearling approach to the World's week. Mr It. S. Ilrown and family have main avenue of I)cnl Contrnrlors or ('ottricht N'clnl Rodlinj; Co. Fair in St. Louis. His talent is inher- JueU Adams residence. Phone 201. wethers, that he sajs need a new Mount ni'd sen moved frr.ni Paris Crossing Ind. to Mr. and Mrs J. M. ited from his mother, uho was also a home. r.O Norili ainl Slnet. I'liiliiilfl,)liin. I'd. iiccompained Mr. and Mrs. Logan Wood Frankfort and Mrs James Hilton is now successful writer. w home HORSES AND MULES WANTED to CruliOri'linrcl Springs lor a pleasant on a viit to them in their A critic s.ivs of him: NOTICE. visit. 1 Mr. L. K. Herron is recovering from 'IU' fome good cotton or "As a poet Mr. Wood possesses tal- Your assessment will be taken as of Messrs S. C. and W. A. Henderson n ddicule operation perform d last ent of a superior order; his verses have o1"'"3 r horses September 1 st. List all yourpropertv. w. II. Ilurton. and Lnrl Jennings motored to Worth-ingto- n Saturday. This will be gratifying a loltliness 01 Inspiration, grace ul 7 13-tLancaster, Ky. both personal aril teal and have it lid, oihI pent a few days with news to Mr Herron'a many friends, imagery, harmony of cadence, and for me when I call. rea A relatives. who wih for him a speedy recovery. technique uhicli place liim high among I. C, Sunders, Assessor. his contemporaries." Mr. and Mrs, Louis Ilamsey have reFOR SALE. Il E. II. Itay, Deputy. It Mrs. I. C. Shropshiie nnd Misses turned to their home hi llurnside after McSchnne for tlic inoiii'y yotiovc nml Having sold tm Ilarber Shop, I have and Margaret Shropshire of .a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cynthiuna. Daily Thought. an eight room house, practically new, Mrs. W W. Kunkle and ww how iiiiicIi more res- Hi ii Ham. Jin! hath liiinle nil men tu be happy .Miss Katherne Kunkle, on Crab Orchard St. for sale. For any Cleveland. O. r. . . . ...... ...... i:.. .... ... nnd of good estate. Kplctttns. iftll v.1 uillliil 3 Mrs. C. II. Pence nnd Mrs. Chas. and Miss Mary Klizalieth McClintock. information see Malcolm House. Askins of I."xington are visiting their ot Cj nthiar.a. have been the guests of They like to ilo ' Not Always Idleness. parents. Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Cottrell Mr and Mrs J. W. Sweeney, W. NT K D : Fresh egg. 20c, candled, ' iKisinitss with a niiiti wiiii I!.'t Is good Muff for hard workers, extras, higher. at Paint Lick. II. II. N'orthcott. FOR SALE. The Dr. and Mrs. Conkey and Mr. am! but rest Is not ulwiis Idleness. lias an account nt tin Miss Minnie Jennings spent a few Mrs. A. II. Kice of Itirhmond best recreation l often a change of Indiana. d.iys with her cousin Miss Mary Ilrown, Were guests this week at "Pine Court" occupation. I desire to sell rav farm consisting of NOTICE. Gairard Bank & Trust Co. ' and attended a house party ut Mr. the suburban home of Mr. and Mrs. tt... ,1...' n..l. .ii,,.!. ai,i,n(.l " "' Having sold my place and entire """.""--- " s They kunv he is doing business in a like way Frank Ilruwn's. ltetter Clay Sutton Lancaster, on Stanford street, and This is the first visit of Health Hints. business and desiring to close up all , open such an account even if alfalrs are not large. They .7, Don't eat too mui h, don't drink too former y known as the Higginbotham Mr nnd Mrs. Harry Tomlinson mot- Dr. and Mrs. Conkey tu Kentucky and accounts at once, will ask that '. those ., , wi'. grow ml right 11 eu uiipioveii wiiu ored to Campbellsville last Sunday, to they are delighted at the eonliality of much, don't work tin hard, keep on knowing themselves indebted to me will loujiciij. is good brick residence, connected with Tl.ey Ky. hospitality as well us charmed by the shady Mde of the street nnd keep kindly call and visit friends of Mrs. Tonilinson. &, G. d settle immediately. the city water and the picturesque scenery of the famous your health. electric lights, good r turned Munday evening. J. E. SCOTT, 111, ,., . Tl... combination stock and djirv barn, as Huena Vista Ky. Mis, Lillian Andres of Chicago is the "T College Pride. well as new tobacco barn, sutJicieiit tu to IjOUISVl 1, 7. haturdav. whence, charming guest of her aunt. Mrs. ( When 11 student Is ioM that .omo house I acres of tobacco. The place is short stay, they will proceed to their M. Patterson and Mr. Patterson at other eollege has 11 better ttldiiltll, he Well ai ranged for hog raiiing, with home tuwn in the Hoosiur state. their pretty home on Richmond street. feel- - little In the rejoinder numerous paddocks and houses All biDirect frcm grower. White and Mrs. Joseph I'obinsoii entertained that his has 11 better science building. 1 1 Mrs. (i. M. Patterson has returned under good new fence, most of it now Lnfujette Journal. ennial yellow; hulled and unhulled. Wednesday, from 10 to 12. at her home after a delightful month's visit to relain grass and in high state of cultivation Special saenfied seed for fall sowing. and well watered. Anyone desiring to tives in Chicago, Indianapolis nnd dif- on Lexington street, with a Porch Also pure sweet clov-- r extracted honIn 1330. Party, in honor of Mrs. Mamje Farra see the property, will be shown same ferent (Kiints in the state of WashingAND RETURN. "One of niy h. 11s laid an egg with ey. Prices and circulars sent free. by Thompson, of Lexington, who's en.My calling at the residence. ton. price JOHN A. SIILKIIAN. gagement has been announced. The the date 1!I2U." "You wsiul to encourRound From und terms will be reasonable. who has Leen porch was decorated with ferns where age that breed. Tho-- e eggs in:, eonie It. F. D. No. 4. Miss Kdna Culley, FAI.MOITH, KY. TrlD Citv successfully teaching at Indianapolis1 ...i.-- a i.'..i. i u 1. out of cold storage and -- ill 11s extra ... r. M, TINDF.lt. ... . ..1 i,ja ktiiin--ipd 11 .iiit'r iirfsiiit'ti ml .1. int. It. Lancaster, Ky. for the past two ) ears Is nt home for n ci;1ing dish, a delighttul menu being freh." TICKETS ON SALE SEPTEMBER 14. 15. 16 AND 17TI1. stay of a few weeks with relatives ni.d s..rv,.,. The .linimr r,..,m uns -- ril.ti... friends. Value Doubled. ally decorated in lillies and wax tapers, Good to Midnight September The yearly value of agricultural Mrs Sam Speaks and daughter. Ida, where Mrs. John Farra and Mrs. Frank productions of the I'nlted Slates has Stop-over- s allowed at all agency have returned fioni nn extended trip to Marksbury poured corTeeand chocolute. doubled In the I11M l.'t ear; In COLUMN the Misses Johnetta Farrn and I.averne 430 acres of land in llarrard county, Mime period the population of the Fur Tickets. Sleepiuu Car Re.servntioiif ami Complete Information Kansas. Mr. Speaks has been assisting Dickerson assisted 111 serving and (I. Speaks who has been his brother. O. lying on the Hyattsville and Kirksville country has Increased one-thirapply to tcrtaining the guests. About twenty for several years. pike. This will be sold in three tracts, spscti telow tin. lirncniK 1. Itir ttie exclu-ir- e 1st contains 100 acres; 2nd tract conwere present, who showered good wish- Mrs. Susie Dozier of Jefferson Okla. Preparcdners Extraordinary. otonr farmvr .ul.st'rilier.. mid U for bride-elect- . G. B. IIARBERSON. TICKET AGENT. JUNCTION CITY. KY. es upon this popular "Are you going to Jlr. T things 011 tains 100 acres, and third tract conis the guest of Mrs John Itnss. Ihe fttltt ol mock Kisiiihu.I (Arm m the lArmtr sltortl 10 mtver-tUe- . tains 230 acres. dlntier'r" "."u. I Imve 11 subseMr. and Mrs Hunks Hudson and H. C. KING, Ticket Agent, Lexington, Ky. No notice will Je sfft-iti- l oier lour This land is the late Wade Walker quent eiiungi nieiit." "A subsequent en"Yes. One that I niinle llUV., Rtltt llll In' OIlljT III 'IWI t.SIH'4 ol till' farm and is well fenced and improved. guest of Mrs Marshall K. Denny. land Muster Hanks Hudson, Jr.. left gagement?" n it, free ol charge iro I lieiinl that .Mrs. The dwelling is on the 230 acre tract morning for 11 motor trip 10 Chi us us stitm as Mrs. Iljrve McltobertH ami daughter. this was going to give a din-uerFor Sale; A good Southdown buck. and is large and commodious, contains cago, will visit quite n number lliev Puck. Miss Annie Davis, were visitors in out Henry Arnold, Hyuttsville. ten looms and hall ways and in good of cities while they are gone. From town last Saturday. The 100 acre trtct has 110 condition. Chicago they will go to Milwaukee by FOIt SALK 10,000 tobacco sticks. dwelling. The lOti acre truct has a Like All the Rest. Miss Mattie Lee Cox has returned bout and visit other cities in thu north rt. .1.1 Sweeney Morgan. tenant house nnd tmull bam. , eonuuetor .!,.,-""' 'ei-ia- r home from a visit to her cousin Miss west. Thev will be absrnt l who owes tin- - money 011 the ear plat- , ,.. .. , Tliis laud lies well aril will grow any.,... ,. litme King Sutton. Lot of good mixed FOIt SALK ,eu,a.ernenneiiv.rrm m.t V(mr thingcorn, tobacco, hemp, etc. It is left yesterday afternoon for Lancaster. ' hay. . P11lll , .v. Mrs. Howard Phinney, of Lexington, in a high state of cultivation. where she will be the guest of her my other crislliors ilo." Mrs. Victoria Anderson. "What'i has returned home after a pleasant daughter, school house on corner of farm Mrs. William Farnau. and thutV me 01T." lHrinlngham "Put Mrs. W.'ll. Hull. to Mr. Farnau, for two weeks Foil S.vi.K 2Ti good ewes ami 3 extra The Freedom Kaptist church is in one Mr. quarter of a mile. Good school and gootl Polard China boars. ilham Farnau und little son. Midsliipmui. I.ucian M. (!rant, is ex- -' and Mrs. churches at Kirksville only 'i miles Walker III adshuw. harniiu, who have pecteil home tliH week to visit his master Kennedy Good Reason. away and connected by good pikes. been tile guests of Mr. and Mrs. Hanks mot her. Mis. Florence (irant A woniMi from the city wns spendThis hind will be sold on reasonable Foi; Sale 150 bushels of barley, 75 Hudson, on Maple aveuue, returned to ing the summer tu 11 small town, nnd bushels Mr and Mrs. (i. It. Wilkinson of Lib- tlieir hume 111 Lancaster yesterday. terms and time. No better farm can of teed rye. day, while doing her marketing, erty, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. It. Miss Sue Shelby .Mason h:is returned to tine usked Mrs C. A. Itobinson. be found. Come and seo it. (he the butcher how he hapII. Wilkinson Inst Sunday. J. A. COTTON, her homo in Lancaster nfter a visit to pened tu ihooi his business. He liesi-tnte- tl FOIt SALK: len thorough-bre- d Telephone 31- -1 11 moment, nnd then: "Well, I Kiiksville Ilowinaii firimt has returned home Mrs. LSI. Dunn on Main street. bud; Limbs. Price $15. ., ...ri. Southdown It. II. 1. don't know," he tiliswered. "but I after u few wet ks visit to Mr. J. S. Danville Advocate. each while they last was fond of iiuluials." Ilowman nt Ilowman Springs. A. 1, Ilradshaw, During the hours from 3 to il o'clock MI11 other Gossip About People n?nV Mr. and Mrr. M. I.. Ilnrrli of I.f have been vlsit'n? Mr. and Mis Harry Tnmlinaon, THOMPSON-WOO- D c STItAVE:-Fro- m my place Sat- VeU LI. FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN 3 urday Augim r.lh. a nice Ited Hull, weight about trUO pounds. Information will he rewarded. J, C. Morgan. collections J. withdrawn thank other business, desire request that their patronage notes settle their accounts business. the Respectfully, JOHN M. MOUNT l"f i..i.io.. h. J m ft I put on at.il STILL piarnc, Diaw Check Jfiniiiuil SUBURBAN FARM IZI3 Ir Jur The trim Bank Trust Company nets ... ''''" "7" CHATTANOOGA, TENN. OH PvJ.st;W Junction Returning Prior 27,1916 stations. FARMER'S FARM FOR SALE. Passenger 5 ... ' ,,.,. ,.,.. ,,, We are offering PB on all 1 0E BECKER PHONE 27. ft BALLARD BRY ANToVlLLb, Mrs. O. C. Fnris and childien. John Thursday afternoon a brilliant throng and Mary Alice left to Join her husband, of guests called at the home of Mrs. avenue, to Dr. (J. C. Fans, nnd son Ceorge, whol'1'- - J Vxxi" 011 had motored to their western home In utu"d 11 H'Ception or farewell party in honor of Mrs. M. II. Mabry. of Tallu- Denver. Colo., ten tlavs urro. hassee, Ha., sister of the host, who Mrs. Itoe Young, has returned from has been spending the bumuierwitli her a delightful trip to New York City and The hundsomo apartments were mudo other eastern points. Shu was accom- more attractive by potted plants and panied by her son, llerndon Young, cut (lowers, tastefully arranged. The who holds 11 lucrative position with the guests were met at the door by Alaster government nt Panama. llaitou Mabry, and little Miss Delia (iregory, each nttlred In white, Mrs. W. II. Hall entertained at a dolf holding dainty baskets. Miss Charley high-noo- n dinner Friday in honor of presided ut the punch bowl, Mrs. It. II. Whittnkerof Kansas, Mrs. Klmore K. Stormes, Ceorge Sylvester Jordan of Terre Haute Ind, nnd Mesdamei J. ana Mrs. Howard Phinney of Lexing- I), Robinson. Kd Price rud W. A. Price assisted in receiving. Mrs. Price, ton. the bos', wus becomingly gowned in Mlia Martha ("till went In IVmvill.. pink crepe meteor nnd Mrs. Mabry was Monday to meet her sister, Miss Helen, lovely us usual hi white crepe de chine, who was returning from a Month's so- - A delicious course of refreshments was I journ at Laks Chautauqua, Cleveland Berveq. After a must enjoyable after-.an- d Cincinnati, Miss Georgia Strong, ' noon tho guests departed reluctant to lot Cincinnati, accompained Miss Helen 'say farewell to Mrs, Mabry, who, py I Hill l,nm. inl mill I,. k r..l I I.,- - I,ar,nl.. ...nnIU., ha. I.. . Ky.1 fora fortnight. host of friends In Lancaster. Drcl.n Life. I cnllisl aloud In the forest, nnd the shout cuino bark. Then I searched long, to tlud who answered me but the sound hint no wniree. I followed throui:h swamps nt the It led mo hither und you, but I ciiiiHi nowhere. It wus only the I miw nil apple ghost of n light. banging In the depths of pool. I stooped to pick It, und inyed my hands In the water. The tipple hud 110 form. Tul Is drcum life. The Atluutle. 11 Stanford, Itoute 4 LOST Ilig. handsome, black white and tun bitch, just weanad puppies, Left A, K, Walkers July 5th. Any Information will be appi eclated. Woods Walker. tSsEZXIUZlLUlMi "What Congress has done concerning a for FOIt KENT My farm of 01 acres For paiticulais apply to 1917. J. A. Conn, Jr. I.sncaster, Ky. Government Armor Plant ltd what people are thinking about it" Editorial Coinm.nt huu Milk as a Stimulant. Scientists of the Pasteur Institute have tllscmeretl Hint cow's milk Is one werfiil stimulant of the most known. It keys up the human system Interfering with common without Milk has sense and clear Judgment, been the mily "bracer" uod for months hy tho French soldiers In the trenches nnd It Is kiihl that liberal use of It before going Into buttle tins hud such wonderful effect that tho French government Is urging Its sale In preference to other toft drluks when the meu aro oft on duty. 11 FOIt Jersey Hull 18 mouths old. Perfect color und II. J. Tiusley. markings. Lancaster, Ky. FOIt It ENT 3S aces of good grass and plenty of water. Mrs. Carrie Davidson. It. F. 1). no. 3. Lancaster. rflltl In Foil Sai.E-4- 00 bushels extra quality, hall be glad to tend a copy fro to any on Interested. This ii the tide of 1 booklet we hue prrpired. Wm absolutely clean wheat. (1. A, Swinebroad. Bethlehem Steel Co. South DsthUhsm, Pa. FOIt SALE; Three thousand good C. Green, oak tobacco sticks. , Paint Lick, Ky. The Central hecord, Thursday Aug 3 m 1 , 1916. Utikm Z.....Z " 4Iliti . amr fl. Kill rol KM CORN aval Gaaaral but harmlaas tall la blrm. tin N fer vfcaKver. fclin la . cat. and f SI. B0 Hir.nia, .00. a Umt. ifT aa. vumnu araa Xnt sr. K. E. McRoberts, Druggist, Lancaste Pll Lexington turnpike, on 1 mi SALE OF IF a ACCIi)KNTT)R SICKNESS SHOULD SUDDENLY STHIKE HOW FAR IS TltC DOCTOR ? ? ? Personal Stationery Should be Engraved Embossed nowadays. or It reflects good taste and ,at once creates a favorable impression. LIVE STOCK. To be held at BRADLEY CUNNINGHAM'S Farm on the Buena Vista and Burgin Pike half way between Buena Vista and the With n telephone In your home he is in the next room. This means prompt assistance, relief from pain, life saved. Arc you going to let another day go by without a telephone in your home? Why takes chances? The cost is trifling the service to Drop a card today to you-priceless. bastin; telephone COMPANY1 Suppose you come and see the many Seautiful samples we have and get our prices. Tli li Central Record. and have a representative call and tell you how littie it costs to have a telephone in 'yur house. Western Electric Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville, Ky. North-boun- Thursday, September 7, 1916 at 10 oclock, a. m. On the above named date and place, we will seil to the highest der, the following named Live Stock: bida.m a.m. TELEPHONES guarantee xoh best scrtkV No. No. 10 4 Cincinnati Express, daily 4:30 a.m Spe- cial, daily C:03 No. 28 Blue Grass Special, daily except Sun...C:03 No. 14 Carolina Special, daily 7:00 No. 6- Local Express, daily 1:35 No. t Cincinnati Limited, daily 5:20 Uo. II Royal Palm, daily. .5:37 HORSES AND MULES. pair of good yearling mules; 1 extra good suckling mare mule Colt; 1 high-clas- s bay Horse, 1 5 hands high, high action, big style, well broke for any one to drive. To see this horse is to want him; 1 horse, no better in the country, lady broke, good any where you put him, close to 16 hands high, sound and will suit any one who wants a good horse; 1 extra nice combined 16 hands horse, good one. four-year-o- ld six-year-olall-arou- - a.m p.m p.m p.m d, The undersigned herrb) g'vr warn ing to nil perrons not to trespass um our lands tor any purport' whatever ai will pro.eruti- - all offenders to ful w lst extent of t- - law. Hunters and Fishermen erpeciallt take notice. Kd A N II I'nce It. L. Klkm W. It. Cook. Mrs Itebrcca J. West II. U. Arnold. James G Conn. J. C. Morgan J. I', llland. Ilros J. II. and W. S. Weaver V. T. West. J. Ilooth Sutton. W. I, Lawson and son. Howard King. Mia Carrie lloutden, J. II. Itlgshy POSTED J. C. Itigsby. John Itichnnlwn. South-boun- No. 5 Na l No. 13 No. No. No. II t 9 Loca Express, daily 11:05 Itoyal Palm, daily..ll:20 New Orleans Limited, daily 11:35 Carolina Special, daily 10:15 1 a.m. a.m. a.m. p.m. three-year-o- CATTLE. 15 good, well bred, Cows with extra good calves by side, 3 to 4 months old; 10 other good cows and calves; 30 extra good weanling steer calves; 8 extra good weanling heifer calves; 6 head of good 600 pound, fat short horn cow; 2 good red heifers; 3 good 900 pound steers; 3 good Jersey cows, good ones; 1 good cows and calves; 2 good red heifers, two years old; 5 good steers; 1 extra good, short horn Bull: ld . Spe- 11:52 p.m. cial, daily No. 27 Blue Grass Special, daily except Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. For rates, routes and information call upon or address M. J. Coughlin, gent; 'phone 34G. Florida cial, daily Spe- A. C. Miles. J. II. Woo.!. J. II. Thompson, Jno. M. Farra II. L. Kelly. David Steven. Frank Thompson. S. C lllgaby D. M Anderson. J. 11. Thompson. Davis Sutton Am and Ed Ilourne. Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar W. II Cummins. I'. II. Thompson, Jerry llland. Wm. Lear. We will add other names for 2Scent 11:35 p.m. four-year-o- ld cash. two-year-o- ld SHEEP. I I L. &N Tnii Scbednle Al Lancaster, ky. AIIRIVK. 75 good Laurel County Ewes, all good ones, age 2 to 4 years old. HOGS. pound shoats; 20 good 140 pound feeding hogs; 20-3- 5 hogs; 1 sow and 10 pigs. Some Farming Implements. TERMS made known on day of sale. 10-7- 5 iimi .Miss 'pound shoats; 6-1- 00 pound feeding To Miyaville. connecting at Itichmon with I. 4 N to Frankfort 4 Louiiille; No 71; 8X a. m. To Kowland 4 Stanford at Kowland, I. 4 N to all oints South No W; 11:01 a. tn. To Itichmoml. connecting with I. 4 N to Irvine 4 lleattvville. UxiiiL-to4 Cincinnati, Middlesboro 4 Knoxvillc. No 70; M M a. m. To Itichmoml. connecting with fast train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2:(H p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to Elizahethtown 4 Howling Green, and at llardstnwn Junction to Ilardstown 4 Springfield. No 9; H:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting Dinner on the Grounds for Everyone. Scott & Cunningham, BUENA VISTA, KY. A. T. SCOTT, with fast train to Kristol 4 Atlanta. Auctioneer. being last Sunday, by all of her children, and grand childern, coming and bringing nice baskets of dinner, there was ?J children and grand children, present and quite a delightful time was spent. Mr. C. S. Hoop and family, J. D. Carter and family, F. L. I'enningtoti and family, and Misses Eva Merryman and Kate Holtzclaw, met quite a number of friends at the home of two bachelor brothers Mr. William and Itichard Turner, who reside near Kirksville, a bountiful dinner was spread and a most enjoyable day wa spent. CARTERSVILLE. Susie Davis visited friend and JHn More Silo Less Money alio without Mike no deal for getting our figure and fixtures. Wa ire more and better anchorage. Stauncher door frame. Steel-hingefour-latc- h door. Steel step ladder, step every 18 inches. Better compara. tire.. construction throughout relatives in Wallacetou lust week. Miss Susie Itobinson, of III is visiting her grand parents Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Allen. Miss Virgie Conn wa the pleasant guest of Miss Susie Davis, last Sunday Mr. Joe Smith, who lias been In Villa Grove III, fur some time returned home last week. Mrs. J. D. Carter and little son John. II. was the guest of Mrs. John Wlie 'Ural night. Get Our Prices Before You Buy . Our dirtA shipment of atsvat and ha. tar.1 ana inattar Uuig and cparahng aoj () alia raaan mora ttlo lot mm money thaa company can gtva you. Lti ua wit Himrf it last Tuesday. Miss Ester l'ltts and Opal Itobinson. of litrea, visited their uncle Mr. D. M. Carter last week. Northern & Home Grown Hecleaned Seed Itye. Hudson, lilies & Farnau. Mr. liurdetta Allen who has been in Danville, III for some time returned home last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. II. Whitted and family visiud her mother, Mrs Eliza Conn, last Sunday. Little Kay Cannon I'ennington, spent tht week with her grand parents Mr. and Mrs. C..S. Itonk, last week. Ilev. T. I, llryant, filled his regular appointment at White Lick, Baptist church Saturday, and Sunday. There Is going to be a pie supper, at the Carlersvihe school house, September 8th, every body invited to come. The T. Allen was given a nice surprise on her 04th, birth day that Mrs. COY Miss Montgomery spent several days with Miss Gertrude McQuerry last week. The many friends of Mrs. Mary Fain are glad to know that she is ablu to drive out. Mr. and Mrs. Will Uaker, of Ilourne, were visitors of Mr. li. I.. Simile and family Sunday. Mr. Victor Stone and family, of Somerset were visitors of Mrs. Mary Sanders last Wednesday, Seed wheat, rye and barley of fine quality. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau, Mrs. Sallie Sanders, of Lancaster, spent several days last week with Mrs, Mary A. Sanders. Mrs. Mary Martin and Mr. and Mrs. Miller, of Lexington are with Mrs. Nan Moberly for a visit. Kev, Huston, of Henderson, Ky., closed a great revival at Scotts Fork, KENTUCKY SILO CO. W. I'. Kincald. Mgr. Stanford, Ky. HASELDEN 111(03. Agents for Garrard County. J. Spungs. August 20th with seven additions. city about the middle of September, Mr. George I'reston died at his home Lime, Sand, Cement. Hrirk. Knck then I will show a full lire of fall and styles. Mrs W. F. Parks, near here last Friday. He had been scieeniiig for sale by Hudson, Hughes confined to his bed for several vara. & Farnau 'Sanders Ilros. purchased two AberFONSO. Mis Christine Mctcalf returned deen Angus cows from the Longview Mr. (). M. lliirr who was quite ill from an extended visit to friends Stock Farm at Shelbyvillo, Ky.. price, at UteinU. last week is better now. $C00. Seed wheat, rye ami barley tif fine Mix Jeaneite Kldridge has returned The burial was held at the Mt Hebron from an extended visit to friends at quality. Hudson, Hughes & Famuli. He leaves a wife, two cemeterv. Miss Lucile Lackey and Fannio n daughters and several brothers and Versailles and Lexington. were the guests of Miss Lena sisters. Misses Arnolu, Minnie Nelson and Schooler Sunday. Miss Emma Sanders, of Cottnnburg, llurdettn Itamsey have been visiting The revival closed at Fair View Fri and I.ida Kalney, of Lancaster were relatives in Lancaster. day night. The baptizing took place the attrrctive visitors of Miss 1'eachie Mr and Mrs E C. McWhorter, Misses Sunday afternoon at Conn's pond. Mae Sanders during the revival. Lula and Cleone McWhorter motored to There will be a Tie supper at the Mias Iona Dunn and 1'eachie Mae Stanford Thursday for the Fair. Stony 1'oint School house Saturday Sanders, Messrs. Clyde Sanders, Carl Messrs Harold of Waco Texas, Mar- night bep. 2 for the benefit and Oneal Ilroaddus attended a ''lawn of the fete" given by Missss Emma and tin of Miss., and lioggs of Louisville school. their beautiful home are holding a series of services at Mt, liessie Sanders at Mr. Willie Scott and sisters Dora and Tabor. Cottunburg, August 22nd. Maggie returned to their homo in Mrs II. J. l'atrick and Miss Sallie Cincinnati, Sunday after spending two Woods left Sunday for Cincinnati where weeks with their father at his place. PAINT LICK they will spend a Week or ten days buy Mrs. Hob I'almer entertained in form ing a complete and up to date line of Mils Jessie May Hammack has been of a six o'clock dinner Thursday millinery for their opening the latter visiting in Stanford. evening the part of September. The firm will be and Misses Itevernd Itoots and Grillin Dora and Nellio Scott and Misses Mabel and Grace Hall were in known as the New Milinery and will bo Mr. Willie Scott. Stanford for the fair. located in the second story of Treadway Mr T. It. Slavln has been spending and Department Store, Protect the Blanket. soma weeks at Elixir Springs, I wish to thank iry customers for The careful housekeeuer will nmlwt Mr and Mrs John W. Walker of their kind patronage and my success tho end of her blankets or comforter Smithfield have been guests of relatives during the past. I hope you will not Willi u case made for thut purpose. An here. fail me nor forjake mo in tho future. exceedingly nttractlvn nun lina n turn. Tho under Mrs E. L. Woods and Mrs T. It. Slav-i- n I am now showing some of the Gage over which Is embroidered. left Monday for an outing at Detroit white and two toned felts. Come and part of the ciiko usuully Is inatlu to me turnover on the in me qiini Michigan. see If they are not better hats for less right side Is aim about nine or ten Inches Mr and Mrs lorn Logsdon and Mr. money than you ran buy elsewhere. wide. This part is usually hemstitched Ilice Woods spent Sunday at Slate L!ck I will make my visit to the, and embroidered lu sprays or wreaths. v Dow-iler semi-annu- lotintjr Court Days. Iticlunond, 1st. Monday, l'nris, 1st. Monday, Frankfort. 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, Snd. Monday. Slielhyville. 2nd. Monday Carlisle, 2nd, Monday. Danville, llrd. Monde;. I.awrenceburg, 3rd. Mondav Nlcholaville, Ilru. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday' Winchester. 4th. Monday. Monticello, 4th. Monday. Versailles. 4th. Monday. Engraved Visiting Card l THE proper tiling for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making A Neatly calls. Come and see what beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or more. CENTRAL RECORD a The Central Record, Thursday Aug 3 TENTED CITY OF THE FIRST BATTALION, FIRST KENTUCKY INFANTRY News hni been received here from Kansas City, Mo., of tbe marriage of Miss Elizabeth McCurdy to Mr. Samuel F. Craig, of the same city. The bride la the only daughter of Mr. and Ml. J. W. McCurdy, of Kansas City, and a niece of Mr. W. W. Ilayn of this city, here peinu Miss Almn Maya, formerly 1 , 19 1 6 Large dwelling with basement for kitchen, dining room, etc, Isige livery barn, two story, upper floor hardwood maple used for dance hall or skating rink, two small houses will always rent- - located on railroad. OF LAND. In small, but splendid business town, A r for the right man. Price $1300.00 or will trade for farm. As agent of the of No. 21j. B0 acres, on pike near town Abner Itay, deceased, I will on very fertile, big tobacco barn and SATUItDAY. SKIT. 2nd. I91C. $5.00 er acre. No. 25. A number of cottages and at 10 o'clock a. m., sell on the premresidences and building lota and busi- ises, the farm known as the Abner Itay ness houses in Lancaster and suburbs farm situated six and miles at attractive prices either for homes or from Lancaster on the Poor Itidge pike-IGarrard County, Kentucky, to tho for investment. No. 'Hi. We alwnys have on our list highest bidder, same containing CO other properties, farms, dwellings. acres. It will be olTereil first in two tracts, slocks of goods, in fact all kinds of r.e trnct containing about 15 acres anil properties either for sale or trade. No. 27. To the man who wants to the other tract about II acres, and then sell-S- ee us. If you want to sell at oirered as a whole, and the bid realizing This public auction your farm and stock and the largest sum will be accepted. crops, let us "pull off" the sale for farm is located in a good neighborhood, church and school house within a mile, you, we will make you money. is well improved, with com'ortable five room dwelling and good on buildings, SWINEBROAD, under good fence. Well watered and in a high state of cultivation. The land The Real Estate Man. Lancaster. Kv. is adapted to the growth of hemp and PUBLIC SALE OF - of thia city. One hobo was killed, one badly injur ed and three others are said to lie bur led beneath the wreckage, and 22 freight cars and their contents nre piled up in an indiscriminate mas., as the result of a very bul freight train wreck which occurred in the Cincinnati South em railroad just south of McKlnney, and at a turn north of South Fork. Julian, the seven-year-olson of Mr. and Mm. James II, Wright, who was taken to Danville last week and opernted on for appendicitis by Dr. Jackson. When the inci'ion was made the little fellow was found to be in n very xeaious condition and for some Swinebroad THE REAL ESTATE MAN money-make- heirs-at-la- 0 LANCASTER, KY Come and let us sell you a farm in Garrard County, where five millions of pounds of the best tobacco la grown annually; where all the agricultural products grow abundantly; where the best live stock is bred; where the blue grass grows, where good schools, moral and hospitable people arc attracting many home seekers. Lancaster, th county seat, has three banks, telephone - one-ha- lf tne distressed parents, were very little hope, I.ate news the bedside is that Julian is thought to be some better and that there are hopes for his recovery. lime given from OliIoT5oC0,?et hlhnf Thorns. T.,','irSt Kc,,tucky' "Under Canvas" on a hillside overlooking the windinR mre bcauUful or healthful army posts in America than Fort IIKIti: IS A COOI) PLACE TO STOP FOIt LITTLE MONEY. LOUISVILLE HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, KY., Main St., between 6th and 7th. 2 2 Ihe Only Hotel In Louisville Operated on tin-- American anil European Plans. AMEItlCAN I'l.AN. Rooms without Hath hut with Hut nml Cold Running Water. (Willi Meals) 75 Rooms itiKlc. f J.fHl per Jay; M Knorni Hin''". 2 50 per ilay; M Knml Rooms single, 3.()0 mt iUv; Rooms with I'rivnti' llnth: 50 Rooms tiny; single, JI.'XJ M Rooms single, 3.f0 per day; Rooms without Hath hut with Hot nml Cold Running Water. 75 Rooms single, $1.00 per day; M Rooms "ingle, 1.00 per day; 50 Front Rooms single. l.fiO per da) ; Rooms with Private Hath. &l lCiHitnn single, 1 50 per ilnv: 50 Rooms single, 2.1"! per ilay ; itplf, eople, people, - $2.00 each. 2.25 I'ach. 2.50 each. 'J. 7." each. Mis I.lsn lloltzclnw, who has r cenlly finished at the College of Music in Cincinnati, will leave Saturday to accept the position af music tfneher in Caldwell High school at Klchmont. .miss lloltzclnw is a charming young lady and is competent of filling tli place that she has been chosen to fill and it goes without saving that she will make good in her new potition. Her sister. Mi's Klizabtth lioltzclaw will leave soon to enter Oxford College at Oxford Ohio. Mis Kathenne Harris of .Miss Allie Dyche exchange, electric light plant, cream ery, splendid water worka system, two llfuritig mills, grain and hemp ware house, tobacco warehouse, on the L N railroad, one of the best gradei schools in the State, having nn endow ment fund of $j0,(JO0 in addition to wu.uuu new scnool tiuiiuing. We can sell homes or choice lots near the school Wi Our price is the owner's price. refer to any bank or to any official for proof that we will deal fairly with you as we have done for ten yearsand hav no dissatisfied customers. Improved and unimproved farms of all sizes and various locations and at various prices, but any farm priced at its market value. In the East capitalists arc hunting real estute; No. 1. 130 acres, nn pike, IJ mile from Lancaster, good land.slightly roll ing, well improved, at $90.00 per acre .No. i. 171 acres, 4j miles on mam pike, fine land and well located, good improvements, at $133.00 per acre. No. 3. 191 acres on pike 1 miles from town, land very fertile, tenant house and two large tobacco barns, Price $120.00 per acre. No. , 121 acres on good road J mile from pike, rich land, partly rolling $S."i 00 brick house and tobacco barn. tier acre. No.5. 125 acres, milo trom pike. 1J miles from railroad, good land, fair improvements, a bargain at $75.00 per is the guest at London 2 people, Mrs S. E. people. 3.1'Oeach. F.UHOPKAN PLAN. Meal-- guest of her sister, knight. Pratt of Denver Col, is the Mrs Nora CooJ. tobacco. This place lies t.ear a good storr, blacksmith and csrriage shop anb grist mill. Mr. Jonn Itay who lives near Don't Be Slovenly. Don't be slovenly In your dress. This will gladly show the place to anyone applies to Indies only, ns men are not interested. supjiosed to wear dresses. Let It lie understood that this farm will sell rain or shine and there will be The Daily Task. It requires n miuiii! philosophy to no TEItMS-O- ne half cash and the redo, day nfter day, those accustomed routine things without which men can- mainder in twelve months. not live III .society, und the nice will be At the same time there will also bt forever Indebted to him who Mmll sue- - sold on the place a portion of the crop g"t nn Infallible method of evading of corn growing on the farm and also the Irksomeiiess of ilnlly. recurrent. some oats. trivial, necessary tu-k- s. Vogue. Wm. KAY. Agent. (Without ) 2 people, $0.75 each. 1 (HI each. 2 people, 1.2.1 each. 2 people, 2 people, 2 people, 1.2."i Norwood Nuckols of Pineviile has been the guest of his sister, Mrs. C. Hays Foster. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION .... each. 1.50 each. THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Corner Sixth and Main Sts., European Plan Only. The retail district and theatres. Rooms Witliuut Hath. $1.00 ami up. Rooms With Private Hath. $1.50 anil up. REST LATINO PLACE IN TOWN. Hotel and the Old Inn lire located In the wholesale district and only a throe-block'- s walk to tin' Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Proprietors. Jacob SchuIzCompany Incorixiraled STANFORD Mrs. C. I,. (lover and children are visiting relatives and frU'nds in Louisville Mr. and Mm. J. (5. Weatherford are spending a week or o at the F.lixir Fine Cut Flowers For Phones MO-- All Occasions. I'ruiiiiit At tuition Springs. III orSII All Orders Receive Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. Mm. Carl A. Carter has heen confined to t.er room for several days on account of lllnesH. Miss Edna Sihith of Corliin, Is the guast of Mr. Julia Hughes aud other Cincinnati and Return Round Trip From relatives here. Junction City. sale arrive 3rd for trains Mr. (i. C. (livens ami Mm. Lucy i Miller Hartley spent Sundav at Crati 1 iP..i.v.i c. .. Mm J. (!. Caipenter had the inisfur- tuue Saturday afternoon to fall and hreak her arm. Mr. I.. M. WeMterlield and children, of Pari!), are the quests of Mr. aud Mrs. M. I). Elmore. September 1, 2 and Tickets on and Mr. and Mm. J. II. Werner have reCincinnati before noon September4 turned home fruni Crab Orchard, scheduled to Final Limit Ti Kcts tfood uMiiriiing to reach nriimil starting point where they Kpent a week. Mr. and Mr. Sanford All.'n and chil prior to iniiliniJht Scpteinder 1(1. l!)I(i dren, of Millerstiuri:, are the quests of Ticki ts and eumplete information upon application to her parent!), Mr. and Mm. L. P. Win.ds. C. B. HAKUERSON, Ticket Agent, City, Ky. Miss Lillian, Margaret and Hess Similar, of Itu'hiuond. are the KUett II C KINO. Passenger & Ticket Agent. I.exintoi), Ky uf Mr. and Mm. W K. Shuenm at International Sweepstakes Motor Race Junction No. G. 310 acres cn pike, 2 mile from good village, residence, stock Mr and Mrs J. It. Hnrris. Miss Jose barn and tobacco barn, well watered, phine Heazley. Itev. anil Mrs. W. S. mostly in grass, hemp and tobacco. Orinstead motored toNicholasville Sun- - land ready for cultivation. A money lay and were guests of Mr and Mrs maker at $05 00 per acre. Sames II. Turner. ISO. i. J00 acres or as good land as The 11th annual session of the South there is in Kentucky, lj miles from District Association concluded its ses Lancaster, on pike, well improved at sion at the Stanford Haptist church $150.00 per acre. No. 8 SO acres unimproved adjoin late Wednesday afternoon. The invitation ot the First HapUst church of ing No. 7 on pike at $133.00 per ncre. No. 9. 110 acre, 1 mile from pike on Danville to hold its 1017 session there. good road, first-clas- s land, good resi was accepted. lence, tenant house, 5 large burns. Miss Mary Moore Itaney delightfully concrete pools. A monev-mnke- r either entertained the Young Ladies Sewing us nn investment or to live on. Price Circle Saturday afternoon in honor of 100.C0 per ncre. f Mis V!vian Tilly of Cave Springs Ga., No. 10. 600 acres, 1J miles from who is the attractive guest of Miss pike, well improved, residence and Mnry Elizabeth McKinney. Delightful tenant houses, several burns, fine land. refreshments were served. well watered. Cun sell the whole at Mr M. D. Elmore has been confined1 $'5.00 per ucre, or will sell otf smaller to his home for a week or more sulTer-in- g tracts at atrraclive prices. No. 11. 150 acies on pike, good land from blood poison. Mr E'more. who 3 is probably the oldest merchant in this well improved, good neighborhood, Price $90.00 city, had the misfortune while working miles from small town. in his store, of striking his foot nguinst per ucre. No. 12. 5il acres of line land, 1 mile a bucket, indicting just a slight wound, he thought nt lirst. Several das Inter from I.ancasttr, finall residence, large blood poison developed. Mr Elmore is tobacco barn and other improvements. 7s jeam of age ar.d it will probably $125.00 per acre. take him some time to recover. No. 13. 97 acres 1 mile from Lancas- was .Miss t ranees liant or l.elinnnn, the attractive guest of Miss Jane Hocker for the fair. Dave Thomas, who has been quite ill with typhoid fever, is improving nicely his host of friends are glad to learn. Mrs J. C. Iteynolds, who is quite ill of typhoid fever at the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs J. Frank Smith acre. at Maysville, is reported as slowly CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday. Sept 3 $1.50 ROUND TRIP Junction City SPECIAL TRAIN LEAVES JUNCTION CITY S:35 A. M. C. B. IIARBERSON', Ticket Agent JUNCTION CITY, KY. FROM Capital $50.000. Surplus $50.000. "A WORD TO THE WISE IS SUFFICIENT." He guided in your business methods by the experience of the most successful business men. It is next to impossible nowadays to fun) one who is not nn earnest advocate of Modern Hanking Facilities. Life is too short and strenuous to putter away along lines. Seek nn alliance with a bank of established reputation no matter whether your business be housekeeping, farming, manufacturing or belling merchandise. b Citizens National OF LANCASTEIt. H. F. KY. Bank Vice Prest. w. HLDSON. President. J. J. WALKEU, O. P.lCNUY, Ass't Cash'r Job J. Wai.kkii, Jiu. W. F. CHAMP. Cashier. White King (1101)67' I Will make llio season at my place, on Kirkswlle pike. At $2.00 Cash. While King was ealvul June .1, P.HI, bred by J. T. Haikley. Stanford, Ky. He is by Sunshine. lfi'JMi, Dam Mercer Maid 2nd, by Oeorge II. Ilir.'AS 2ul. Dam Mercer Maid, by Shawnee. 1211711. While King is a ohd white und good judges pronounce him a per feet typo of short horn blood. Herman Sebastian. lino. MARKSBURY Mm. Itobt, Clark was in Danville hopping Thursday. Miss Long uf Madison, is visiting Mrs. Mark (loins. "I.lttlo Hilly" son of Mr and Mrs Frank Wiggins has been quite ill. The churches have granted Itev, Ma-ha- n a vacation of tbree weeks, Itev, und Mrs. Atuhan attended the Association lust week at Stanford. Mutter Jack Pollard fell from u horse lust week, dislocating his arm, Miss Sullie Lou Myers is spending several days with the Misses Itoystons. Miss Georgia Dunn who has been visiting in Klizabetlitown has returned. Mr, Charlie Durham, of Lebanon, has been the recent visitor of Mr. Jut. Turner. At a largely attended meeting i f the ter, on pike, fine land and new improvesubscribem to tl e defunct Itural Credit ments. $125.00 per acre. No. M. 201 acres, unimproved, frontassociation, of Lexington held here Minnie Johnson, of l.ancniler, is the Mm. I,. I!. Carpenter und 9011, Jack, Monday, ii was decided to light in mile from Lancasthe ing on two pikes, guest for ti few das of .Mrs. J. II. of Fittshuri:. Pa,, ' the uucnti) of cjurt.s any elfort to collect any balance ter, first class land in every particular. Kent XT. 'her liarentn. Mr. and Mrs. J.N. of unpaid stock subscription from local a number of fine building sites, suscep .Mrs Slier and daughter, Reheckii, of Menefee. A committee composed table of division into several smaller stockholders. Lancaster, have lieen v isiling Mrs John Mis.s Klizabeth llutin lias returned of Messrs Thomas C. Rankin. A. P. farms. Price $130.00 per acre. Duty and famllv. Inline from Frankfort, where elie has Sloan and S. M. Owens was I An. 10. -- i.i acres, i miles out on appointed Misses Nell and lister Clark, and . Ii....ii flu. int..., ..r li..r mint Mm II I ...I H..II.....I ..!. .. U.. I ..f.. ..C. tumuli iiiuiiiieu vu i.eLompeto, ti have charge of the matter. This pike, highly improved, mostly in grass. f.Min. i.i i committee will keep in touch with good land, ready for business, $75.00 iMHiiniiu i iu;..y to Ml! ml tne lair. j Prof, and Mrs. W. C. Wilson have what is being done and look out fi r per acre. Mm. Nelson Hnie, of Lexington, returned to this city and are dumicid-- il the interests of No. l(i. 225 acres in State of Indiana other stockholders. So has been here visiting her cousin, Mis. ut the home of Dr. and Mrs. W. H. far us known there are about 100 far- 15 miles north of Louisville on II & O O'Haiinon. lhos Chestnut mid other frit mis of her mers in Lincoln and adjoining neighbor- it It, feitile land and good improve old home. Mr. Samuel Menefee has returned to hoods who subscribed for stock in the inents, will sell or exchange for other We handle only the best First Patent III. Ilione III Vine V.tiL fifi ..ri.tr t. Itural Credits Association, and their property. Flour. It is guaranteed to please you short isit to his parents, Mr. and Mm. No. IS, 125 actes, right at town, old investments represent something like or money back. Hudson, Hughes & J. N. Ilenefee. JoO.OOO. Very few, if any, have paid time brick residence, large rooms, brick W. II. Oveistreet and Hen Jennings, Pariiau. up forlheir stock in full, most of them out buildings, attractive home, good MisiThchim Ingle, of Danville, III., who were taken to Danville and placul having puid 25 or 50 per cent. In land, susceptible of making a suburban has been spending the summer with in the hospital after developing typhoid all about $8,000 is said to have been division, a number of fine building lots. She ulso fever, aro reported to be impioving. secured by loyal borrowers from the fronting on street, but we must sell as her mint Mis, Ed. Clark. Visited other relatives ivliile heie. a whole, has never been on the market Mr. M. O. Vandeveer. Miss Hlanclie Association. Further particulars and 'I lie Misses ltutoiH entertained the Vandeveer und Miss Louise Lynn spent until now. following guests nt dinner Sunday: several days lust week at Richmond plice on application. Mm N. 11. Hogie, of Lexington, Mr. the guests of Mr. and Mm, Dave 19. 200 acres, on pike, I miles from SUSPECT YOUR KIDNEYS i n..n..ut... ....... 1. 1.. i. ..I..., (.......... and Mm. Tom Cheotnut, und Miss Sallie Lou Mjers. The Knights of Pythius fair was u Too Many Lancaster People Neglect' ments. laree handsome residence, luri'ii Mrs. Funny Pollard, Misses Eugene big success this year. burns, silo etc. Can bo divided into Great crowds Early Symplons Of Kidney Trouble. Pollard, Francis and Alice Suttcn were were present each day mid a good distwo or ihrce or more farms, but we the attractive guests of Mrt. Pollard's play of stock whs exhibited every day. must sell as a whole at $150.00 per ucre. it your back is lame if you feel dull, daughter, Mrs. Ella Cecil, of Danville No. 20. 117.19 acres by survey, 1 Dr. J, II. IV'rkins, who bus tvulioid Thursday mid Friday tired und ull worn out mile from pike on macadam road, largo fever is thonght to be improving. His If you have hard headaches, back- - residence, new tobacco barn, stock The fiieuds of Mr W. 1). Marksbury, motherdn-lnw- , Mrs. Lelia II. Cook, aches snd dizzy spells who bus been ill ut the home of his sun barn, good land, limestone soil, a bar who is sick the shiiio house with the If the kidney secretions aro dig gain at $11,000. in Lexington will be glut! to know that saino disease, is improving. ordi g he is improving. Mr John Pruitt is 17 acres 1) miles from town No. 21, Alpert Willis, son of Mr. and Mrs. your kidneys and "tuke a on pike, fair improvements, good land, as suporinteudunt of the S. S. in W. It Willis, or this city fell out or n stiU-- in time." his absence. very productive, partly rolling, can bo tree lust week and broke his arm. Ttis Use Doan's Kidney Pilli, the Mr. W. C. Greening, of Parsons, divided, price as a whole, $S0. per acre. little fellow was at the homo of Felix Kansas, was here u few days ugu to home endorsed kidney remedy. No, 22. GO uctes, on pike miles White when the accident occurred. While It may save you from some serious from Lancaster, good land ull In grass, tee to the renting of his farm. Mm. U. V. W. Darlington and little kidney trouble, C room dwelling, stock here he visited relatives in Cusev barn. tobacco county und Danville. O.i his return daughter, have returned to their home Make use of Mr Hibbard a experience, ' barn and other out buildings, improve-Fran- k ut Hurbourville, W. Vu., after a visit a11 home he stopped for a few il.ijs fishS5.000.00. Hibbard, Water St., Lancaster, to relatives and friends. They were n N'o. 23. ing in Illinois, acres, 5 miles from says; "I hud weak Kidneys and their accompanied as far as Huutington, was Irregular and often painful. , caster, on pike, right at school and i W. Vs., by Mini Florence Truchart. to two other and wus then churches, accessible Jefferson School Law. P. T. Iteynolds, of Itoodhouse, III., Mv buck puined me kidney itPills. They , county seats, email residence, large tbut I used Doan's bought the splendid farm from George fixed mo up in good shape. The pains barn, good, young orchurd, line location W. Carter, out on the llustouvillepike. left and my kidneys became normal." , duirjman or stock man. Prico on fOVI'l tTK TWO YKAItlVl ItML. dm, Ii. lit tMrvurulM.I. Kiv The farm contains 25 acres and Is one Price 20e, ut ull deulers. Don't application, i.n.l t4iiu. JtKl. l'rriftrf fur br lu .S No. 23J. 101 acres, highly improved of the best small farms In Lincoln simply ask for a kidney remedy-g- et immi nriv uurMm, tuiitun l.uraru . ...... . I. Will 1MFllVr 1'uutuo iuuuijr. lur. ii same that 'wo "l"tf8 f Lancaster, splendid land. iteynuius unu lamny wrio Doan's Kidney l'ills-t- he uf ltmlMiitit till I tbtMUMJtftfvrtuQrwulf lfrm,rHw have been awav from lu re for mmii Mr I'f'cw 135. per acre. Hibbard had. ELLIOTT rCNNUAKEK, SK'y, LpiMIe, Kf." years will be welcomed back heartily. No. 24. Agood bminessproposition: Co., Props., llulfalo, N.Y. I Liberty. US' si 1 -- i WAY Caro:;- a are - of Ashe villi.', Black Mountain, Hcndcrsonville, Brevard, Lako Toxawr.., Siluda, Waynesville, (Lal:c Junaluskn Flat Rock, Hot Springs, and Tryon. Spend your vacation at one of these cool and delightful places or nt Tate Spring, Tenn. Hound trip Excursion tickets arc on sale daily, cood until October 31st, via Spfi-- t'.e ;.iw.u.ihi3 of Western North l:cwi.l iful at.cl attractive resorts t iini i re i ur.j Mlxtanrr v, nnO TO" - qj Dosrt::c, K. Conference, at HImV leva Jun&luska. M tJI . SCSvN frst-iis-r Curler of the South Stop-over- s allowed t.t c.i ,wi:i3. Three special Low Fare Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. -- For full Information see Ticket Asent, Southern Railway, or write B. H. Todd, District Passciijir Agent, Louisville, Kentucky. 111 net-in- 1 THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. CaplUil A. U time-trie- 1 $50,000. Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY. Cashier. J, U Clt.I., Uook-Keep- "'' JENNY, President J. L STOltMKS, Vice Prea't. JiJUllV, It. T Ass't Cashier. Wim, 1 1. 11 tr Safety Ssrnual 1). Deposit WE SOLICIT Cochran, C. Denny, Boxes YOUH For Rent. I HUSINESS. . 11 . Foster-Milbur- n Stormes, S. J. Alex It. Denny, J. II. I'osejr. J. K. L. Gill, Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. ENCOURAGING REPORTS. State Campaign Chairman J. Campbell Cnnttlll In greatly encouraged over tho report brought and sent to lilm by prominent Democrat all over the state. The headquarter nt l.ouls-vlllIn constantly encrowded li thusiastic visiting Democrat, who My that the outeome Is mot prim's o In for a sweeping victory of ami Marshall. Among the rnllrrj on tho Chairman a few daj ago iu former State Treasurer Thin. H. Iiln n. who wn itefeated last jrtir for t'n I nomination of State Auditor. pliovvrrt that there wcro no sore spe-on him ly tendering hi srrvlm tr the Chalrn an to i.l.l him In mi .r In running up n wti Mr. nhea says that notwii.istamlliH the Itcpubtlcnn nre tmumiaMy a tlvi In the third district. Congressman Ilobt. Y. Thomn will Le returned l a Rood majority. VAT.-record-breakin- IT MEANS 8OMETHIN0. When a jrcat nnd Influential newspaper like the Springfield (Mass.) Republican, after a close scrutiny of Mr. Hushes, his platform and his party's renrse. declares for President Wilson for rre.erllon. It means murh for Democracy, t'rltlclre ns much as tnnv be, the paper rays, the fart re- mains that Mr. Wlbon without bringing the t'nlted St.itr Intj war forced n tecum, tlon of neutral rights, while his Me cm policy, founded on the principle that wo shall not have n peaceful neighbor until the mot pat"tit wrung under which the mnwrs of the Mexicans have suffered are righted through their own efforts, montm minimum of evil In this country, nnd time will prove Its correct11 mm at 2 The Central Record, Thursday Aug. 3 1 19 1 d CROPS THAT ROB THE FARM. Farmer Must Managa to Rcitor Fsr. tllity That Has Detn Enhamtad. ll'r.'t nrnl by I'lillM ftlnte jr SUE mil ness. "POLITICAL MELANCHOLIA." Confronted by almost as many dlffl-- j cuttles as Mr. Lincoln faced, Mr. Wilson has met every Issue with a cour-nge nnd n solution that Is little short of superhuman. Honest papers like' the Springfield sheet recognize this and are patriotic enough to want to reward a servant who has been so Just and so faithful, and thousands of patriotic voters, no matter what their WILL NOT MAKING SPEAKING party Inclinations, will do llkculi-o- . llefore the nominations the New York TOUR. World urged that all parties rally to President Wilson lias very sen?lbl the support of President Wilson nnd decided not to make a political spcik-Inthus show appreciation of his great tour because It Is liiconipatlb.e work for htimanlty. The suggestion with his high olllce. and his time l to fully occupied, but Kentucklans mil was not accepted by the Republican' leaders, but the Republican voters have a chance to see and hear the present and prospective President seem to be taking to It with a force' when he conies to Kentucky Septem- that means the triumph of the faithful. Nothing In the future seems so bcr 4 to ncccpt for the Government sure as the election of Wilson and the Lincoln home nnd farm, and the will embraco It from the lllg San..; Marshall. And the Lord will add his Everybody who can blessing. to .Mills Point. An order has been Issued to ths will be there. French Army to remove Its whiskers. ADMIRAL DEWEY STAMPS A If such an order could bo enforced FALSEHOOD. on Candidate Hughes there would be Admiral Dewey, tho hero of Manila nothing left of him but feathers, fuss, Day, who has been In the naval serv-Ic- and fustian. since 1854, and since 1903 the head CAMPAIGN OPENING. of the General Hoard passing on naGreat preparations are being mads val defects, naval needs and naval by the people of Clark County for ths plana, and who Is exempt from age State Campaign opening at Winches-retirement, has Issued an address to ter. September 9th, nnd the occasion tho American people. In response to the criticisms of Congressman Gardner, of Massachusetts, and others on united in the effort to eclipse any for the navy and Secretary Daniels, w hich mer opening and Oenernl Manager seems to knock the props from under John E. Garner, ably assisted by I those who, for party purposes, would County Judge John M. Stevenson, ar discredit this country In every way working to that end with tireless In tho eye9 of Its own people and of activity. foreign nations. He says that thdse The principal speakers will be Vict who make the charge that Secretary President Thos. M. Marshall. Con Daniels has demoralized the navy are grcssman Thos. Hcflln. of Alabama, guilty of falsehood and misrepresentaand Scott Ferris, of Oklahoma, each a tion, as shameful as it is discredit- spell binder, and barbecued meats and able. In all his experience. Admiral burgoo will be prepared for 20,0001 -Dewey says, be has never teen the people, n I, going to be a season ot! material and the personnel of the oratory, and feasts of good navy so efficient. Our ships are as things. Kvervbodv Is Invited and It I" good as any, our officers are as good as any and our enlisted men are the finest in the world. Such a statement want you and joti are wanted to lielr. from such a source, with no adminis- make tho crowd the largest that cvr tration having power to hurt him, attended a campaign opening. should and doubtless will shut the TO WORK THE PROGRESSIVES. mouths of carping critics and give Alarmed over the continued refusal additional reason for the support of of the majority of the Progressives President Wilson, who ha made such to be turned over to the Republicans accomplishment possible. So far ev- by Roosevelt and Perkins, the cam ery attack mado on some branch of palgn managers are securing all the the Democratic administration has led former influential Republicans they only to further emphasizing the splencan to visit the states that give a did achievements of the party in pon largo vote for Roo&evelt to act as er and shown cause for its continu- mediators In bringing the factions to ance. gether beside sending prominent INDEPENDENTS FOR WILSON. speakers out In every district that Irvine I'isher. professor of political showed Roosevelt majorities. It's economy in Yale University, who says nlco little hchemo, but It won't work. he is an Independent In politics. lu.. Many of his followers, who honestly after a study of tho men and the co.i stood for the principles that tha ditlons, announced that it U to the Colonel preached and recanted, cannot best interest of the country that Pres be caught with any mch chaff. They ldcnt Wilson bo elected and that he will support Wilton, as a large number expects independent voters In general, 3f Progressives are dally announcing. REPUDLICANS DISCOURAGED. like him, to vote tor tho man who has Anyone wishing to look at farm before done so much for the country. Ills With no vital issue and governed reasons aro that Wilson has kept the solely by the desire to again enjoy country out of war with honor, forced the flesh pots of olllce, tho Repub- it and will take pleasure in doing so. a recognition of neutral rights upon licans, headed by their most disapthe high seas and turned a deaf ear pointing nominee, fill their speeches to the Interests, foreign and local, with criticism of the Wilson admlnis Mho would drench Mexico with the tratlon without suggesting what they blood of our soldiers to make their In may Imagine was the better course. vestments profitable. A change of ad- Thn party Is torn and disorganized, ministration may plunge us Into war, whllo tho Democrats were never more Will also, at the same time, sell 1 pair while the four months that would In united aud enthusiastic. They go betervene between election and inaugu fore the country with confidence, feel- cows, one with calf by side; I good three-year-o- ld ration would parallze foreign poltc) ing proud of the party's achievements entirely. and confident of triumph, whllo Mr. 1 red steer calf. President Wilson has succeeded in Hughes runs down hill and further heifer; good for the from tho goal every da.v. accomplishing more real country than any administration In a TERMS made known on day of sale. generation, and would bo iu better po billon to accomplish more than the ud ministration of a man who offers noth Enjoy Yourself. Ing constructive, but contents blmsell There Is no use In refraining from with criticisms and abuse of his bet telling tiresome anecdotes. You will ters. Prate as he does of other things, have to llMeu to them nil through life, the real aim of the old guard Is pro- so you might us well narrate your tection which It would confound by share, If you feel mi Inclined. vague campaign utterances on "Americanism" to capture votes. f Tents. Tho professor has diagnosed tho The folding tent used In nn Antcase most correctly, as all will find the who give the subject consideration arctic expedition can be set up Independents and Progressives ovvu It severest wind ktorm. Thene tent weigh hut to the President to do all In their easily shelter six men, und power to retulu a man In olllce who Is D7 pounds. so thoroughly consecrated to duty and humanity and accord him the plaudit Preposterous. of "well done, thou good and fultt.fcl "I couldn't help but laugh." "What's servant." the mutter!" "Thiit summer girl who lust now climbed uboard u Pullman Jfter telling fourteen Mirrovving suit-3r- s gond-byKulil she vvus golug to AtDrink Watir Aplanty. City for u rest." When tho thermometer Is slowly lantic climbing upward, the only way we can Rathtr Apt Comparison. keep our otvu temperature from doing llkewUu Is to drink copiously of pure "A meteoric career Is not wholly to water. There is uothlng so refreshlug be desired," admitted Professor Pate. or cooling us pure wuter chilled to a "The meteor suddenly Homes forth palatable temperature. Children from obscurity, dashes crailly athwart ahould be encouraged to drink the surprised sky la a squirt of mowater, Kven babies should mentary brilliancy, pops loudly and freely ol subsides Into oblivion, very much as GQie hove tlUlr regular bottles of pure doe the average favorite son." J 1 e The New York Herald, which if trjlng to nip port Hughes nnd Knlr banks, candidly admits that the He publicans make no bones of the dls satisfaction nnd uneasiness over the result of Mr. Hughes' speaking tour of the country, nnd pays that has got to be done or the melancholia" which has resulted will spread like the measles or whooping couah. The fact Is. Mr Hughes Is proving a great dlsappoln ment to everybody. He offers noth Ing constructive, but contents himself by abusing Wilson and everj thine Democratic. The Republicans though they were making n great hit by no.u Inatlng a member of the Supreirr Court for President, whose mouth has been closed for six years on political matters, but they are realizing thr.r mistake when It Is too late. Patlerie and shuffle tho cards. Kvcrj thing U working together for goal to who love the Lord nnd Democracy. sorer-thinl t'ndcr Mr. Wilson's leadership, the paper continue, the Democratic party Is today n better Instrument of progressive government than In a generation, If not In Its entire history, nnd, what Is more to the point, n hotter Instrument than the Republican party promises nt this moment to become tinder Mr. Hughes. It has achieved a long series of soundly constructive legislative measure of historic notable among them thn Income tax. tho banking and currency act, the rural credits act. the child labor bill, the Federal unemployment service, the humanitarian features of the seamen's act and the provision for vocational training for civil life while In the arm. PATRIOTISM ABOVE PARTY. OF Garrard County FARM. o'clock, p. m, 108 Having decided to quit farming; I will on It li estimated that every ton of .,,v pen hay tnkcu irmu me rami manure of vvlilili I not returned t , soil tubs It ( JT'.M north of f,ri.. t If IhiuuIiI In the form of minmr. . i , fertilizer, n Ion of rotlnn niil, j an ncte of cum producing fifty I stall; nnd train, Jfls.y . el, prntn nliine. fXtltX; nil acre of n.iP i ,, duclns Ihlr'y live bushel run i the entire, fni (lJX nnd $I,TJ U r r gmlu nlone. In many rase exhaustion of j,t. j by cropping lint gone on until Hi,, f . , reluctantly to the n uy rcx'iid draft mmle llpou It. The fun iit !.. t wanner- - to rrtori this fertl'lty i belter method of lining this rn:i found than to keep enough sl k n f the farm In utlllzu tho pastur.: 4 Idle land unit much of the s grain nnd forage print w oil The n: u should It-- krpt miller sheds ami hi m blr when mIi!i iiiuI nil aliiiiul.:. ? of Imldtns furiilliil In nlior' Ihiulds n writ in to ndil to the bink f thn tiinnure henp. The root mul stubble-- of crol suiiii'thhu: to the i i way r With such crop a timer, cow tun bean approximately Vt xT cent of tb valuo'of the imp I let I t liatiiurlnl the mill. When Midi rrop lire liar farm rrstiil fur liny mul fed to stork mul the Immure I rrturnr I tho land M I" IT cent of the ( . frrtlllrllii: value It kept mi thn fit At the Mime time the full fed value l obtained. Fit mi manure- - nhoubl be li.v dlel It should In- . U Willi great .an- left III tl I'll yilrit nr tilled I . ie tj tlrbl n.iv length of time n tn:,t fun I will Iw leu 'u j' .if It stnri-- l I. i Neither sliuu' l It U It "IkkiIiI Ik' i ' tier i pi down ami it I'limigh In r 'r. nc vvld 'i iTiiubl ilrhe "T hull frit, in i'lit in iiiemlmn t' Kill "b) t ' pnin-- r hnii.liliii Mitnlii (, lth pl !! I' fllul It to ll sUi b Friday, Sept. 22nd. 16 acres. mile north of Buena Vista, Garrard Co., Ky., on the High Bridge and Buena Vista turnpike also the Polly's Bend turnpike. This land will grow good Wheat, Corn, Hemp and lUnntllli - "f ninlillti- - In ilrrtv i lenetlt fri'in It It will be nti.rn that even whi n mniiure t stored ' a My cnvrrli shiil there I ! mnniirii heap with sulxtanre like r Anary lonm. mwdil't or wheat uni ? my 1" preventiil ni.d raufli In stick of manure greatly Inrn-Ivvm will ntisorli nliut tl. of nitrogen Jkt tun of J IKMiinl irlit ib rmunds, snwdii't atiout ' ! and wheat straw nearly four r tL! S5.iTS::sell to the highest bidder, my Farm, containing This farm is located Knp Farm Tools Sharp. Ily krepliu: the farm tools sharp J ) Mte 1mti fiiil nnd lnTit strength " work, more of It In :: W day nnd pnj n lirtter profit. It avri time, trmper nnd human vitality emery time will pny for Itwtf In ono seanon. (Jet you uno nnd kirp the tiKiIs sharp. grl MHk Is Good Food For Cblcka. ire milk, stlih a bottenullk, separator milk and rlsp. Urwl milk to the chirk. Thry tellsh It, nnd It I for them. It n.nttrr not If It Is sour, provided It lie rlrnu. FmiI nil of the pl love-feast- s S,raIVv the best watered farms in the county, IS Churches, Store and Blacksmith shop, in one of the best neighborhoods in this section. frame dwelling, 7 Improvements consist of a No. ilarge rooms, 2 large halls, 2 porches and pantry. Also a new cottage of 4 rooms, 2 porches, good cistern at the doors of both houses, good meat house, buggy house, hen house, ice house, stock barn and 10 acre tobacco barn, all in good repair, the main shingles. dwelling having been newly covered with first-clafobacco. It is one of I Noval 81.1k Cuttar. In harveatlus certain cmr "ke nin, sugar rnnr nnd such tlXVj growth tbf mot trying nrnl exhausting pntt of Iba Ialir I leaning over to rut down the stall at the ground. A woman of I two-sto- ry ss day of sale will find some one there any day to show them over .Nirnsota, Tex., has rvmisllcl this in In be Kreiirrtl to a del lie the farmer's STOCK. of extra good horse mules, 8 years old; 2 extra good Jersey red steer, weight about 1,000 pounds; 1 red two-year-old slum by which tho cutting I done with u nulck movement of tliu foot nnd 11" lesnlug ovrr Is loiulriM. The knife l a broad, lint blade neeurcil to the sum' at the liHi nnd over the IiiMrp nud braced for tho repented blow It will m civ c by eliding ii.nln.t tho I ih1. 1 RULES FOR TREE PLANTING J four-months-o- ld Mrs. Bettie Ruble, BUENA VISTA, KY. Wind-Proo- 111 A. T. Scott, Auct. Select the ktuil of a tree that will grow best In jour location. Choosy a variety from thoso already thriving In jour vicinity, A ten to twelvo foot trco Is consider (si tho best size for ordinary planting it should bo freo from scar and pest. The trunk should be straight, and It should have n long lender. When illgglug trees 111 tho wood l careful not to Injure tho root, nud secure ns ninny of the fibrous ones ns poHslble. Nursery grown trees nru lietter beeauso they luivo been trans- planted several times and have better ' root systems. Po not nllow the roots to lioconie dry. Keep them moist and covered un ffl you nro ready to put tlwm In lbs ground. We are equipped to do any and all kinds of Bagged ends of brokou roots thoobi b cut off with aharn knife. Muuled. Speaking of garters have jm heard of tho Harvard students who pled a pair with silver clasps In u Harvard mjuaro shopvvindow. und thinking to raise u smile, at least, from the charmer ut the counjer, asked tbe price of a dog collar, pointing at the same time to the silver-- , clasped garter! Bhe turned. looked sweetly at the young meu. and aald: "Wo do not separate them for puppies, sir." liostoo Herald. , , espo-clal- lr JOB WORK Phone 43. Central Record. Lancaster, Kentucky