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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 21, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916092101_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 21, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE RELWIOh, IISIARNISIIEI) DEMOCRACY AND GOOD (WVERNMEN1. TWENTY SEVENTH TEAR. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 21. 1916. raySjl ! NUMRM 25. fit " Northern or Home (Irown. rerlcancd LANCASTER rarnau rye' ' I D rfi WAGONS If you arc thinking Farm Wagon you cannot afford to miss seeing the many good points in the about buying a 1 !o, t& 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 t D H 0. i WINS VALUABLE CUP. In observance ot the Jewish New Year or Roshoshannah, Joseph's store One of the most valuable cups sought will he cloied Thursday, Sept. 2Hth. for by trotting horse owners, was won Lime, nand, cement, rock screenings. at tlio State Fair by Illeucher, owned by W. II. Ilurton and exhibited by hrlck, aalt, etc for sale. Walter llriggs. The class wns for Hudson, Hughes & standard hied stallions in service and The Tlie American joint commission con- - open only to registered trotters, siderlng matters pertaining to Mex- Held was n large one. ico at New Inmlun to show that under Carranza (lovernrnenl about lS.OCn DO NOT CUT HEMP mileii of rallroail are now lieing operated almost normally. The question of TOO EARLY. liorder patrol has not yet heen taken up Each year new and unexperienced New crop timothy, reil or crimson hemp raisers cut their seed hemp to clover, orchard grass, Ky. Iilue grass, early, thereby causing a shortage in alfalfa seed. seed per acre. Old hemp raisers Bay lludion, Hughes & Farnsu. there are three ripenings and it is better to let the first ripening shatter and There will he a pie (Upper at Ilourne loose il and save your seed between the School House Saturday night Sept. as you get anil third lrl., fur heneflt of school. Kvery secondaeed to the ripening that time than more acre at body welcome. at any other time. The hemp crop this year is unusually good and will We handle rnlv the heat First Flour It is gunrantecd to please bring a good price or your money tack. Hudson. Hughes & farnau. FORD ANNOUNCES This land is located on Hack Crtek pike, leading from Buckeye pike to Kirksville pike, containing ahout one hundred and thirteen Here", in good state of cultivation Atiout H" acres in Iilue gram, and a six room house, good wrll, orchard unci all necessary "ul HORSE DUKE. General Basil Duke Dies In New York Following An Operation. Gen. Ilasil W. Duke, aged eighty years, died Saturday morning in New York. He was one of the last surviving Brigadier Generals nf the Confcd erncy and n brother-in-laand chief aide of Gn. John II. Morgan and former president nf the Morgan's Men's Association. Death resulted from an infected foot and on which two opera tions hail been performed in the hope of saving his life. The burial took place in the family lot in the Lexington Kentucky, ctmetery Monday afternoon H i flstjfji s T 0 Y re E A s 3 13 I ff T I Is 1 BAIL Sweeney Morgan GRANTED Held ll Of To Action Grand Jury. 1 m B I si El, N G Conn Brothers. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. CAMP MEETING Diaw A Check fist TVTCT A camp meeting is now in progress on Ionjf Branch, on Mrs. M. H. Wheel ers place, and is heing conducted by Kvangelist Vandersall and Smith, of Ohio. The public is invited to attend. The examining trial of Sweeney Morgan for the killing of Ilooth Sut ton on Saturday, September lfith. was held lufore Judgu Arnold, Tuesday and the defendant was held on $1000 hail to await the action ot the Grand Jury up FOR WILSON. Most ot the day was taken both by the introduction of witnesses for the Henry Ford, the great automobile prosecution nnd the defense and the manufacturer, has followed his friend speeches of the Attorneys of both sides and preceptor, Thomas Edison, and an- Owing to the prominence of the parties nounced for Wilson for president be- in this tragedy, the main door of the Julge L. cause his neutrality policy has kept us Court House was crowded. out of the European war and because L. Walker spoke for the defense and Mr. J. E Robinson for the he has not been swayed from his not to measure swords with poor deluded Mexico. A great many men who never voted anything but the Republican ticket will vote for Wilson THE MAINE RESULT and Marshall in November. S LOR E N C 1 Si Make Your Home Comfortable. A No. 33 Si i0 I1 five rooms. Florence Heating Stove will heat four nnd Make your home like summer nil the winter. Holds Fire All Night. PLEASES WALL STREET. i Haselden Lancaster, E! Bros., Kentucky '3.MTtiininm&i-dGood 0. I) aaBak for ilic money youove nnil note how much more respectfully your creditors reliant you They like to do lk husinuss with a innn who DEMOCRATIC REPUBIICAN SPEAKING He Hun. Kim' Swrin. nf Dunvit!,. publican nominee foe Klectnr from the Eighth District, will speak at the court house in I.ancastrr, at 3 o'clock next Monday, county court day. has mi account nt & the Co. Girnrd Bink Trul PURYEAR IMPROVING. doing business in a husirrss like way. Better They know In-i- s open such an account even if your airaira are not large. Thev will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company Commonwealth's Attorney Emmet I'uryear, of Danville, who recently underwent an operation for appendicitis. was able to walk up town Tuesday night and il rapidly gaining hit strength. COLONEL Maine election Wall Street marked up prices of stocks in ING NEXT MONDAY. the glad hope of the election of Mr. Hughes whose triumph would be a vic One of the best political speakers in tory for reaction, the trusts, high the state and few his superiors in any taritfs and all the great financial instate, will address the citizens of Lan- terests had formerly controlled the Re caster and Garrard county next Mon- publicans administration. There is no day at the court house In Lancaster, doubt that Mr. Hughes is Wall Streets We refer to Mr. David II. Kinchlo, candidate and that alone ought to make who will give an able defense of the honest people rally to the support of Wilson administration and convincing Wilson. reason why the President should be re. elected. The speaking will begin at 1:30 o'clock. CHRISTIAN CHURCH TO SPEAR- Following the ItSJp i TiiJ ei niiJs rftiiM' "SJca rrHJ is rrtiJ I ii j: a a a We will start you in business for your self. We are one of the largest companies in the business and growing faster than any other. Ours is the only saritary line on the market, so is easier to sell. Valuable territory free at present No capital, just a team and wagon. Those interested write lJf ailL6U in every Reliable inMan rtrJA County If Ky. FURST fi THOMAS, Freeport, K t: l Illinois, Ky. it OR L. D. CARTER, Nicholasville. a T. B. DEMAREE MEET AT WINCHESTER. The annual State convention of the Christian Church in Kentucky will be held here beginning Monday and continuing thru Thursday. R, II. president of the convention, will t, preside at all sessions. A. L. of Paris, will legd the special song services, fne opening session Monday night will include the reading of the Bl.nual reports pf Transylvania I I and the College of the Bible by Presi dent R. II. Crossfield: an address by Chancellor Homer W. Carpenter, and short talks by J. W. Hardy and J. W, Porter, of Lexington, and E, B. Cross-HelBeat-righ- PRESS MEETING. Ken- DIES AFTER OPERATION . W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Ollicc rhone 18. Residence I'honc 33. LOOK! Buggies Old Hickory Wagons Buggy Harness Wagon Harness Guarnteed Plow Gear Collars Collar Pads Back Bands Buggy Whips Stoves and Ranges Paints and Oils Pumps it ii Steel ami Galvanized Roofing, Fliuloid Felt RoofiinjJ Ruhher Tires, the hest money can buy, A UNGUARANTEED Let us Shoe your Horse. W J. ROMANS, Lancaster, Ky. The executive committee of the Colonel T. H. Demiree former pro- .. tucky Press Association met in I,ouis-vill- e tiihitinn ,f!Ti,li.lat a f . r ,,:, last week and fixed Decembtr 27th .more, died at the Good Samaritan Hos and 23th., as dates for their pital in Lexington Saturday following meeting, the sessions to be held in an operation. He was 72 years old. Louisville. Colonel Demarce was brought to the hospital September 5 and was operat ed on September 7. His condition was ROBINSON FARM SELLS. not considered dangerous until within An immense crowd attended the the last two tr three days. He ha public sale of II, F. Robinson yester- failed rapidly. His son. W. B. day and stock was reported to have Glass, of Wilmore, was with him at sold well. The farm containing 187 the time of his death. acres was sold to Mr. Kubanks, of of Carlisle. Lincoln county and brought $122 51 an Special railroad rates have been se XT PimiPTim DPimrti acre. cuted for the convention, and a large attendance is expected. CHURCH BEGINS SONDAY Rev. F. M. Tinder and a number of ANOTHER SALE. others will attend fron. here. So much interest is being manifested Ganatd county farming lands seem in the revival that is to begin at the to be in demand as there is scarcely a Christian church next Sunday mornirg, STORK STILL BUSY. day that a farm doesn't change owners bids to be one of the most sucMr. Hen Hani, of Hyattsville sold his tliat it The stork, which has been one of cessful meetings ever held in our city. farm containing St acres to Mr. Ilrutus Dr. C. S, Ilrooks, the evangelist who the busiest of birds among piominent Wenrren for $170. an acre. Sixteen will conduct the services, comes highly people of the Kentucky colony of Wash years ago this frrm soli' for less Inan reccomended as a speaker ot unusual ington of late, has added Mr. and Mrs, $10. an acre. force and eloquenca and we feel will be Vernon Richardson to its beneficiaries. heard with much interest und profit. Mr. and Mrs. Richardson are boasting Appropriate music has been arranged a September son, who arrived just HELP! HELP! for the entire series, the choir having before the adjournment of Congress Tile Danville base ball team went to practiced for several weeks for this and everybody is very proud and happy, Courier Journal. I'aint Lick Saturday and were walloped eventful occasion. to the tune of 10 to 1. The I'aint Lick players are the best in Central Ken W. C. T. U. tucky, haxing won nearly every game THE UNION DOES NOT played, and this fact is much consola The delegates to the State Conven FOLLOW MAINE ALWAYS. tion are Mesdames Fleecy tion to our boys who got the dubbing Kinnaird and last Saturday. Danville Messenger- The silly and untrue belief that "as Maria Kirby. Several are going over goes Maine so goes the Union", nas for the day. Wednesday, Sept 27th, is Miss caused thoughtless people to feel con- PROPERTY SALES. birthday. Let every W. C. T. The fact is Maine has gone E. I'. Ilrown bought of jcern. lWmaster ever since the war. except U. woman secure at least one new Mrs Jennie West her homo on Stanford that Mr. Wilson secured a small plural- member that day. street for $:I500 00. Green Cla'v Walk. ity, when November I2th, is the World's TemTaft and Roosevelt divided er bought of J E. Uobinson his half in All Sunday schools the r.ormal Republican vote, whereas perance Sunday. terest in the I'ollard properly on Dan the country has eleet-sa Democratic are requested to observe the day by ville Street. Mr Walker intends to tear president three times during the period. securing signers to the Temperance the present house down and build u It went Republican both times that pledge. Handsome dwelling in the spring, Cleveland was elected, thus showing mat laisity of the superstition. Never CONDITIONS PROVE REVERSE CHANGE AT TICKET OFFICE. in the history of the State have the Republicans carried it by so small Refutation of Candidate Hughes' lien D. Hernden, who for several majority as last week and if theory that we are living in a "fool's years has tilled the position of dav is worth shucks the advantage the sign paradise", appears on every hand, but is altoticket agent at the Q & C. ollice, has gether with the Democrats. More than with no greater force than in this accept a position with the thirty-thre- e resigned to per cent of the Progress-ive- s statement of the comptroller of the Chicago Veneer Co., on Fourth street. refused to return to the g. o. n. currency that twenty-fou- r national Mr. Ilerndon s work has given per- and if this ratio is maintained all over banks have been organized since July fect satisfaction to the public but a the country, I'resident Wilson is sur 1st, with a capital of $1,845,000 while better salary induced him to muke the to be elected by an overwhelming ma- other national banks have increased change. Danville Messenger. jority. Resides the Democrats gained the-i-r capital $1,615,000, making an inthis year 15,434 votes over 1912, while creased banking capital in two months the Republicans gained only 5,31!), or of $3,400,000. The country was never PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE nearly three times as many. The New more prosperous or had a better future, "Huh." said a well known vonnv York Herald, a strong Hughes sup- made possible by needed financial laws, Southern Senator to an old darki-porter says neither party has anything farm credits and other valuable conh saw hanging about the outskirts of a to brag about in the Maine election, structive legislation passed during the political meeting, "what do you know and If Maine is a barometer the Nat Wilson administration. If there is anyabout politics. I'll venture to say that ional election Is still on the "knees of thing in the axiom, "let well enough you can't even tell u s who is to run the Gods", with no absolute certainty alone", this is the time to exercise it for president," "Yaas, boss I knows" that It will go to the Hughes' column. and reelect Woodrow Wilson for four answered old Eph. "Mr. Kusevell's The nope for Hughes failed more yearn ot patriotic service. er runnln' for these here Aggressive, to materialize and the result is worse and Mr. Hughes s er runnin' fer us, than a dog fall for the Republicans and COKE FOR SALE. an' an' an' boss, I don' forget will make the Democrats redouble their who's er runnln' fer the white folks! energies for the man who his done so Coke is best for tobacco curing, -- Ex. much for the country. Hudson, Hughe 4 Farntu. I Hour-lanJ ' I 's land-slid- e Capital $50,QQ0. Surplus $50.000. i Reliable Directors. Efficient Officers. Strong Vaults. Here is a combination hard to beat, Rest of all, our BIG AIM is the protection of YOUR interests. It is a poor rule that will not work both ways, and we know that our business thrives only when we do our level, honest best for you. i l&e Citizens National Bank KY, Vice r. OF LANCASTER. U. P. HUDSON. President. J. J. WALKER, W. O. P.ioney, Ass't Cash'r Joe J. Walker, Jr., W. P. CHAMP. Cashier. Prest SPANISH CAKE. RAISIN POUND. r m Ui Notice To The Public. I have moved my stock of good into the adjoining building and will be there during the time that my store is being remodeled. I wish to thank my customers for all past favors and to assure them that they will receive the same courteous treatment as heretofore. We will be a little crowded, but my stock will be kept up as formerly. Phone 20. 33 r O jTJ o r o z c z CD m Theo coiinHd Currey. o See Border of "Ad" for Names of Cakes. m aioaao s hd i 3 ivr Preparedness I 1 We are prepared for the opening of School. Books and School Kiinnllps in nlpnfv Rnnkn run be sold ONLY FOR CASH. McRobertsDrugStore The Central Record, Thursday Sept. 2 Hay (livens, colored, was fined $20 and given ten days in jail In judge Ilalley's court. He was charged with having more booze in his possession than the law allows. lie is serving hi: i 19 1 1 HOW HAVE THE MIGHTY FALLEN. The Hub PUSHIIS BROS. DEPARTMENT STORE. Danville, Ky. Invite you to attend their grand fall opening Millinery, Pattern and Hats, Fisk Hats, Gage Hats Exclusive Millinery Trimming Novelties It is stated on unquestionable authority that the leaders have decided that under no circumstances will they permit Col. Roosevelt to speak In Ohio, where there is a large German clement, os they do not want them to be offended by his rapid attack on those who hold the Fatherland in greater love than thev do their adopted country. Those who know the manner of man the Colonel is rather suspect, however, that if he decides to in Ohio, neither the Republican Campnlgn Committee nor all Hades can prevent him. The decision nevertheless emphasiies the fuel that the house is divided against itself with Hhghrt singing as softly as possible in the matter and the Colonel rip snorting against the American subjects of the KaNer. 'Hie one is seeking the BUppoit of the dlsloj alists, while the other is driving them nwaj. The Colore! won't subordinate his courage to discretion even to please the bosses and they will try loreli-gathim to the rear. While Mr. Hughes is cud dling to the Knneri!i, Mr. Wilson de fies them and says he neither court their favor nor fears their dipleasurr The Republican candidate may prate all he wants to about Americanism, but he does not fool an) body as long as hr consorts with those disloyal to it. The election of .Mr Hughes will be a victory The election of Wilon Lynn Davis, Clah Davis, J. A. Allen for the kaiser will be a triumph for Americans and and wife were among the crowd who their cherished ideals. Choose ye this ent to the State Fair last week. day whom ye will serve. term In jail. Deputy Internal Hrvenue Collector W. S. Fish, of this city, has becu III at Norton Infirmary nt Louisville for a couple of weeks, but is thought to be improving now his many friends will be glad to learn. Mrs. .1. II. Shanes, of Columbus, Ga who was taken III while here on a visi to her mother, Mrs. LeliaConk nmlwa taken to the hospital in I,ouisvllle, able to return here. Sli will return home in a few days. News has been received here by re!' ntives of the serious condition of Miss Alma Hays, formerly of this city. Ml; Ilavs has been in Kansas City, Mo, where she had n good position. She i now in Colorado Springs, Colo., in hospital. A burglar entered the hmie of J. A Allen on last Thursday night and stole his belt pints and $." or $i. Mr. Allen had gotten out his clothes getting ready to go to Louisville on Friday morning, Mr Allen just in time to see the intruder go out the window. Aliss hlla .May Saunders, .Mrs. Jessie 1). Wenren, Miss Minnie Straub, Mrs, R. L. Davison' Mrs. Elmer Bad. Mrs. II. M. Hruce, Mrs. A. It. Nunnclley Miss Alice Stagg, It. L. Hubble, It. T. Hruce, S. M. Saufley, V. 0. (iocch J. E. ilruco, Harry Carter, II. H. Hays s'k 'III lit m ilR2gai hurry off. buckles' and you'd think it was Sunday th. way he lingers over his breakfast." Serve it in your homo see how the little early morning wrinkles disappear. Until you try Arbuckles' you will never know what a difference good coffee can make in your home. GOOD CAUSE FOR ALARM Peo LOWKLL Mr. and Mrs it. F. Parsons spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Wm Hurte. Mr. and Mrs. J. 11. Davis and little son. spent last Saturday with Mrs. Jim L.ee. These Figures Will Make Lancaster pie Take Notice. What would he give for the coffee you serve ? Like n million other women, you enn serve coiTce that he would give most anything to have colTeo which starts the day "right" for oil. Everyone loves the rich flavor Or all the coffees in America, today, it is by far the most popular! One woman says, "My husband used to swullow his coffee and Now we have Ar- Saturday, Sept 23rd. Will also have on display and sale the seasons choicest styles of Miss and Misses Tailored Suits, Coats, Dresses, Waists, Shoes, Etc. People overdo nowadays in so many ways that the constant filtering of poisoned blood weakens the kidneys. Beware ot fatal Bright's didease. When backache or urinary ills suggest weak kidneys, use Doan's Kidney Pills live carefully, take things easy and avoid heavy eating. Doan's Kidney Pills command confidence, for no other kidney remedy is sj widely uied or so generally successful. Home endorsement is the best proof of merit. Head this Deaths from kidney disease have in' creaseu i. per cent In twenty years. Come You Are Welcome. Lancaster resident's story: W. M. Zanone, stationary engineer, Campbell and Crab Orchard Sts., I.arv caster, says; "My kidneys were (lisordered and the kidney secretions were irregular in passage and contained sediment. 1 had pains in my back and sides and when I stooped, I had difficulty In straightening. Doan's Kidney Pills relieved me." Price 60c at all dealers. Don't sim ply asK for a kidney remedy get Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Foster-Milbur- n Mr. Zanone had. Co., Props., Buffalo, N. V. Overcome Chronic Constipation S call or increased dosage. A sensible treatment will arouse the liver and cive tone and strength to the bowels. It is offered in STANFORD Don't continue to create a bad habit of strong purgatives. They relieve, and that is ail. And they I'll X - Glatltl&cSlivc J it ny rears have shown the use-nevt Vila remedy. It's the l untivp. c en tie. elYectHeand strcnt. thcnlng. Now It may be ot tuincil In taUet form, for con. cn"-ntir taklnff, M i ial!n will not form a hahlt cf i t' irtii s. Vseil an directed, t e MinVrir may reasonably ex not only Immediate relief. uut tne f proitr habits. In natural way. Liquid if you desire Slant! 25c. i.it-n- l i, TaWet".t25candl0c Can ' j in v a liox with Oormttpation t ijrtHy a matter of You can over-com- e Lai it ' it witU liclp. itana-Un'- e Tkc rruA Comptnr, Coluzabui, Ohio fvtrziMCK.naflKui j several days. Miss Lottie Carson will assist MUs Ella May Saunders in her millinery store this fall. Leo I'erkins, who has been in Huntington, W. Va., fur several months has returned here. Mrs. J. W. Ireland and son. Joe I'ut, of Ilellevue, ure th" guests of Miss Either iiurch. Mrs. Susan II. Veager and guest of Mrs. W. R. Itice attended the State Fair last weeh. .Mr. will bouen, ot New lork, was tne guest Monday of his aunt, Mrs. Mrs. J. E. Iiru?e is spending several weeks at Elixir Springs. Dr. J. II. Perkins is improving after LEVEL GREEN". a severe siege with typhoid fever. Mrs. Woodie Hale is the guest of her Mr. Martin Green and family, of daughter, Mrs. II. C. Wray at Danville Lancaster visited his mother Sunday. Mrs. T. K. Watson, of Corbin, is the These cool nights have put some of guest of relatives and friends in Lan the farmers to hustling in their tobacco caster. Miss Susie Kobinson, of Danville, III, Miss Mary Carter lefc Tuesday for is visiting relatives here the past week Jacksonville, III, where she will teach Mrs. Joe Iloain, of Lowell was the this year. guest of Mrs. W. H. Smith Thursday. Mrs. E. C. Walton attended the Mr. Jno. Clark was called to the bed- burial of Warren Allin at Harrodsburg z'de of his son, Gilbert, in Carthage, last week. Illinois. Mrs. E. J. Drown and Mrs. Louanna Mr. Jan. Smith who spent the past Holdam are in Cincinnati spending week in Louisville, returned home Miss Ella Mue McKinney of Richmond is the attractive guest of her aunt Mrs EJ Hrown. Mr. J. M. Ilroaddus and fumily en- j yed a fish dinner at Mr. Will Ray's pond last Saturday. Mr. C. M. Hulett and family of Bryantsville spent the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Wm Huite Jr. Mrs. Pearl Hurte and three children and Miss Neomu Ileitis of Pittsburg Pa are the guest of Mrs. Wm Hurte. Misses Florida and Willie Mac Iloain left last week for Louisville to visit their aunt Mrs. Rebecca Farm. Mr. 1.. II. Davis of Livingston spent several days the past week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Davis. Miss Elizabeth Richardson returned to her home in Lexington after several weeks visit with her uunt Mrs. Annie Ilrown. We bardie only th best First Pat ent Flour. It is guaranteed to please you or your money back. Hudson, Hughrs & Farnau. The series of meetings which have been in progress at the Baptist church closed last Sundav evening with forty-tw- o additions. of Arbuckles' Coffee. Arbuckles' Coffee is untouched by human hands. It is weighed, and sealed by machines, machines which Arbuckle Bios, originated and which experts say are the most efficient in ths world. Hopes. Rings on Boys' Trousers. "Vour boy Jnh keep prnrtlrlir nt Small bras' ring" 'ii'i be boiicht fot " "VeV replied Farmer Corntos- three cents d07.11 nt any notion eoiiu P'f 1m .ncounigin mm nil . kin. ter. and when sowed on the InMdo ot ''- any 11 i..rn hut """ P '" hoys trousers sax n tonhole. that .being what most boy the proper stroke for awlngln scythe. tike for 11 hanger. "l" Handy Match Do. hoi l unlled to the wall Jilt nlmi the rn' stove the, used ,,. ne. . n, tlll, hn,f f mlll.,, , ,,., If n small ,. ,, , fnTl. u,vlue ,,. lmMu. ff Saturday. Misses 'Thelma Kobinson and Anna Mae Green were shopping in Berea Thursday. Hev. Lunsford filled his regular appointment nt Level Green Saturday and Sunday. Little Miss Juunita Green was the guest of her cousin, Adith Smith, Wednesday. New Crop Timothy. Red or Crimson Orchard Grass, Ky. Blue Clover, Grass, Alfalfa seed, Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. 0 K semi-annuall- y. 7 I George F. DeBorue. Mrs. T. E. Baldwin, of Richmond, was the guest Sunday of her daughter T. 0. Hill visited relMr. and Mrs. Mrs. W. II. Shanks. atives at Robot Sunday. Mrs. A. C. Hill spent last week itt Mr. J. P. Prather visited relatives in Somerset with her parents, Mr. and Mudison county last week. ' Mrs. II. II. Mcrshon. Mr. Mai Carter and family visited I'rescott Ilrown left last week for Mr. and Mrs. Steve Walker Sunday. ' Georgetown College, where he will Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Carter were attend school this full. Sunday, of Mrs. Robert Gulluv. guests, Mrs. W. B. O'Uunnon has returned Mrs. Robert Long and children and homo after a visit to relatives and Mrs Fannie Long were in Danville friends in Anderson, lml. Saturday. Min A llirie Aslilock attended the Ray and children Mr. and Mrs. burial of the Spoouamoro baby in Lan- visited Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Ray at caster Wednesday afternoon. Newby Sunday. Dave Thomas, who has beer, ill for Mr. and Mrs. Lillard Miles of Nicliol-asvill- e several weeks with typhoid fever is were with Mr. and Mrs. A. C. thought to be slowly improving. Miles Tuesday.! ' Mrs. II. D. Carter has returned home Mesdames Hiram Ray and Nora Tea-te- r from MitchelUburg, where she has been in Louisville and visited relatives the guest of her mother, Mri. Sallie I Lagrarge last week. Good. l Mrs. W. 1. Noel anu uaugnter, miss NeW8 camt) rom Ashville. N. C. Attress. are visiting Mr. and Mrs. wielB Mrs. Walter Saunders went last Ollie Itogie at Bryantsville. J wek for lcr l,ealth. that she is getting I Mr. Oltis Ray Bogie left last week along nicely. for Richmond where he entered the j A daughter of Charles C, Terry, who Kentucky Statu Normal School. lives out 011 Rural Route 3, has proRecleaned seed wheat, rye and nounced symptoms of infantile paralysis Dr. J. B. Smith of McKinney reports. of fine quality. Hudson, Hunhee & Farnau. Dr. C. G. Perry and family will leave Mist Linda Locker has entered this week for Richmond to muke their school at Danviile again after spending; future home, It is with much regret her vacation with her parents, Mr. and, that this community give up this family. Mrs. B, Locker, Claiborne X. Walton, who has been Mr. Yocum and daughter, of Lexlirg-toMr. Sallee, of Keene and Miss at Akron, Ohio, surprised his home Parkham, of Tampa, Florida, were folks and friends here by joining the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Miles, navy. He is in Port Royal, S. C. being BUCKEYE I Now Well "Thedford's is the best Black-Draug- medicine lever used." writes "1 suffered terribly J.A. Steelman, olPattonville, Texas. with liver had controubles, and could get no relief. at 5 per cent on your farm for five years, interest payIf you are a sound man can able charge you about per cent more and pay the loan in full should death occur before note is liquidated. THE 0ar The doctors said sumption. all. Finally I I could not work at I tried l'C PLAN IS IDEAL, THE TIME TO DO IT IS NOW. BLACK-DRAUGH- T arrangements all made for your money before January 1st, when you will be expected to pay. Let us talk about it. It is a pleasure to have your and to my surprise, I got better, and am to-das well as any Is a general, cathartic, vegetable liver medicine, that has been regulating Irregularities ot the liver, stomach and bowels, (or over 70 years. Oct a package today. Insist on the R .G. WOODS PAINT LICK. KY. gtnulne Thedford's. E-- Wednesday. trained gor the work. fne oentrai Record, Thursaay Sept. 2 Aeroplanes as Life Savers Powerful Flyers Some Day Will Be Used to Guard Property and Lives of the Nation in Peace as Well as in War. ru RXAU ADMIRAL HOI1EKT E. PEARY Chairman National Aerial Coait I'atrol Commission 1 1 9It The Eight Angles of Preparedness Things to Be Considered if Country Would Ward Off Possible Invasion DrJAMU E. CLARK sons would noon tie forfeit to surrender to n superior force attacking them from the renr. 2 CIllNtlfill Hot III' WORT OF THE CONDITION Can We Make Ammunition? France uses 125,000 rounds of artillery ammunition every day; (Irent llrltnln on the French front atone uses ljO,00" rounds of nmniunltlon every day. The United Stntes government plants and the private factories combined working nt full speed run only produce 111,000 rounds of artillery ammunition a day I Interior Needs Strong Navy Mississippi Valley Would Be Greatly Endangered by Lack of Protection With PowerH Fleets in Time of War. Ilr HENRY A. WISE WOOD Chsirmia Conference Committee on Nttiontl PrrperniaeM ortHi NATIONAL No i Or I.ANCASTKK. BANK, tt:i.i KV . J1 The Close of Business, Sept 12 1916 Uiiiflh1f,iu'uiihi Otrrrtmlt. necurt-rI im cur Cl l r llmt'W lirpusiufl j KhuuUKI hh. 10 flA,7ii 10 lnhl down the axiom tliat aeroplanes nro life Mivrni ns cll iu life wn.tt'rn, and Hint their rrul iniMinn in tlih minplicnti'il uc of ours is for the former wrvirc primarily, H H'rvioes for the latter use. being only an a iictvsnity in lime of war. liven as a war machine, however, the aeroplane, lioth of the land and water ariety, tawa the. live of its leop1e in direct ratio to it micceM in keeping hostile invaderii away. Thin is ecinlly true of a peaceful nation like onrK, wlioe military and naval power, eeii if greatly augmented in the near future, will he used for ilefennc only, and not to aid incituinlle territorial aggrandi7einent. The great value of aircraft as a life aer on water, as illustrated hy the aero coast patrol system adwatod by our National Aerial Coatt I'atrol coimnitKion is ncknowhtlged. Ut us now consider briefly the coming activities of the aircraft on land. One of the great ufcs for aeroplanes in the near future will he u fire fighters. The time is almost at hand when giant planes, larger than any we know of now, and with a speed greatly aloe the nverage of tf.1 to 101) miles an hour which prevails at the prewnt time, will be equipped essenItushing without hindrance through the tially like land fire apparatus. air at 150 to 200 miles an hour, earning npp.irutm and experienced firemen, fully ciiupjH'd aerial tire departments will tliih toward the buildings on lire, ami extinguish the llames with chemicals long before the fire department of then' times could get half way to the blaze. In fait, it will lx done easier for the renr-othat the modern skyscrjper is hard to save if the fire gets a good start, and great, and tomctimcs fatal, delay due to getting up to the fire if it is on the upper stories. To the aerial fire department this will U no difficulty at all. The or eiglitii th storv. ftxt ietli, Would Be Easy to Fight or , ,;ftv.v,w.ntll lUl(,r , i1k. Woo1. Fire on Eightieth Floor worth 1(llljilit lR in Xcw York. U1 I)0 as easy to fly to m it is for the land fire fighters to get up to the eighth jut or ninth floor. N'o later than dune 3, Walter Nilcs, the aviator who has just returned from a triumphal tour of Japan and China, while flying out Mineola, near New York city, saw that the dwelling of a citizen wus on fire before anybody eli-- even knew about it. Xiles tlew to the conflagration and maneuvered around and above the lioue in such a way that the alarm was communicated to people in the street and the fire was soon put out. If this can be done merely as an incident to a little air jaunt in Uie afternoon, it is not difficult to believe a great deal more can be accomplished by a fire department. Aeroplanes will olso fly ot tremendous speed from one city to give aid to a neighboring city in distnss. They will le fire fighters if that is what his been called for by S. 0. S. appeals, or they will be big and fleet trucks carrying supplies and a little army of helpers. Suppose, for illustration, that another disastrous conflagration should spring up in the city of llaltimorv.' when aerial fire departments are a reality. In half an hour aid would be there from Washington nearly 50 miles away, an hour later the Philadelphia machines would bo on the scene, and after another hour the whirr and the clang of the New York contingent would be heard in the air. Take another illustration. Let us imagine a repetition of the Dayton flood. The loss of life and the bitter distress caused by that disaster would not 1)0 repeated, for powerful fliers Powerful Machines Would w clothi uc roT. Quickly Relieve Distress ,rinp fir,t.aiJ packagM IIlodicim., and everything else needed would be on hand in a very short time from her neighboring cities in Ohio, and from a resourceful metropolis like Chicago or Indianapolis. These instances might I multiplied at great length, and to a joint tiresome in detail. Indeed, there is hardly a life saving function exercised on land that cannot, and will not, be done much better and much faster 1 ImvB e w hy air. Everything will not come at once, to In? sure, but aeronautics is developing with such remarkable celerity in this and most all other countries that the germ of the foregoing suggestions has already passed the nebular stage, ami before the prefent generation has gone to its reward many of them things will have como to pass. Billy Sunday Ciod is a God No Pacificist of war, as well oh of peace. Wo must fight as well as pray. If it hadn't liecn for war we would be singing "God Sae the King!" instead of "My Country Tin of Thee;" if it hadn't Wn for war the would be chasing the black men through the swamps and today; if it hadn't been for war Spam would still be tearing at the g heart of Cuba; if it hadn't been for war the flag of Mexico would bo wav-inover Texas, New Mexico, Nevada and California, Yes, I believe in preparedness; I believe in battleships and submarines, and if any of the nations across the sea should care to find out whether the American peoplo believe in the Monroe Doctrine, let them Mart something. If they do, I would like to be colonel of a regiment. "Hilly" Sunday, the Kvangelist. blood-houncane-brak- Always Disregarded History own history, If the European war enables us to read aright the truo lessons of our it will servo our nation well. We havo always misread or dis- regarded tho military history of tho United Staes. So great is the present conflict, however, that it is hoped that our eyes may be opened. It seems impossiblo that wo can hear the tramp of the millions of trained soldiers in Europe or tho rumbling of tho thousands of cannon, without at last awakening. Richard Stockton, Jr. The Cost of Unpreparedness Every battlefield of the war of 18C1 gave proof to tho world of but In achieving this reputation the nation was nearly overwhelmed with debt, from which we are still suffering, while nearly erery family in tho land was plunged into UPTON. mourning. the Talor of tho disciplined American soldier; Arc We Prepared in the Air? We have nbout 30 aeroplanes, none Are We Prepared on Sca7 of which Is nrmored. (Irent llrltnln, - eiiininnniltT of tlie Spanish Tinfleet, France nnd Ceritiauy each has thouwhich wiih directed to milt for Amer- sand. Expert military observers deica when we declared wur nculnut clare Hint If tho war Is prolfinged vicSpain, took rcfiip- - In the hnrhor of tory will gp to those who dominate Hiiiitliign liccniise he knew that he wiih the skies. hopi'lesily outclassed In shlp-t- , guilt He knew that tin- - order Are We Prepared Under Sea? ntid men. In the spring maneuvers lust year illuitrlilng IiIh Meet ucnus (lie Atlantic twin equivalent to a dentil war- hernue of accidents only one submarant for hN men. If the United S In let rine was able to continue operations. were today IiivoIumI In n war with ii In the October maneuvers only one great Hwcr our navy would he In siihmnrlne was able to continue with relatively the Milne politico nn was the fleet. We have. It Is estimated, that of Spain In IPOS. We are nlmrt two submarines on the Atlantic north of Pnnnmn able to participate In of (dilpi, Jnian has four (Jennany II; (irent llrltnln maneuvers with the fleet. L.1I. We hne no modern ilreadnauRlitst The United States has two minei:i-layers one for the Atlantic and ono iieriininy's navy with II It now hottled up. Our ships for the Pacific. Each has "u few hunluck In speed. (Irent speed und gum dred mines" to protect thousands of of IiIkIi elevation ure the innit miles of const with the Innumerable Important feature of the modern harbors nnd bays. When tin Euro(ille-- I pean war broke out (Serniany had llrellllllllllgllt. A ship with a 1U.500 mines. in f knot fnter anil with cuni of mile ;reiiter range, has at It luerey any other chip In which nil oth- Is There Danger of Invasion? er condition nre equal. On the Khlpt As long ns the richest nation nnd of other nations the Kims can he the tn lid of best opportunity is easy .TO degrees. We linve of Invasion there Is danger especially from SI to mine that can he elevated more than from great nations whose areas nre 1.' decrees. Japan' four modern limited nnd who feel the need of adilreiidmiiiKhtH In kit Wee have a pecd ditional territory to take cure of the of from "J3 to 27 knots. Two inure surplus population. The eras of the of the Milne type will soon pi Into worm are mnrKcu ny invasions, i wen- Our liet ships, the Oklahoma ly inousnnii Japanese, neiiug in conn id the Neuiiln, Jut gulng Into servcert nnd according to n comprehensive ice, run make only '.'1 knots an hour, plnn of mllltury character, have estnli- Ilshcd themselves on the Pacific coast others Mich ns the Minnesota. Vermont nnil the New I lamp-Mi- l In various occupations nnd In signire cannot keep up n speed of lfi ficant groupings. miles mi hour. Tlie two great oca I'.uropean war Is There a Danger Within7 of the pro-cu-t were foucht nt u runge of more than There Is n danger In the presence In ten miles. Slimy of our ships nre hope- America of grent bodies of persons of lessly outclassed In the range of their foreign birth whose loynlty to the guns. The guns of our ships like the country from which they came would Ahihumn haw an extreme range of supersede loyalty to this nation In a only T'i tulles. Our ships nre Khort crisis. There Is danger In the pres0 of nun. For war time strength ence In the United States of numerous nre needtMl; we have hut M.(XK). organizations of foreign governments working under military direction. Hut Arc We Prepared on Land? there Is no danger so grent us the InTho present mobile strength of our difference of the grent body of native-borAmericans who are seemingly Inregnlnr army Is about IMl.tmO men. capable of realizing that national deestimate that one oversells run land S27.O00 men on our At- fense means the defense of their lantic mast In 10 days; another over- homes. seas nation enn land "J3S.O00 soldiers Will Pending Measures Aid? on our I'nclflc coast In 0.1 days six Pending legislation will at tho best wildlers on the Pacific coast to every one of our regulars; 23 on the Atlantic only provide for a beginning in reto every one of our regulars. Little pairing the neglect of years In the Switzerland with a population of only matter of national defense. The United 4,(100.000 can put 200.000 tralntsl solStntes will be free from the dangers diers In the Held within 4S hours anil of war only when It has a mobile In five days can bring the total up to fores of troops able to crush the largWO.OOO, trained, fully equipped, sea- est force that can be landed on our soned, hurdened, dependable men. The shores; only when our fleet Is nt least mobile strength of our regular nrniy second In point of efficiency In the AtIn proportion to our population has lantic and first In the Pacific; only been decreasing since 1810. Then we when our harbors are fully protected had 1,410 soldiers per million of pop- by modern guns fully manned, and ulation; now we have about 397 per our consts nre patrolled by n great Cities require one uerlal fleet; only when we hove thoumillion population. IHillceman for every 1,000 of popula- sands of aeroplanes of all types with men trained to act as pilots and tion. Our artillery equipment Is pitiful. 12& and They are .using howitzers In the European war. We The Patriot's Military Creed have no Held howitzer greater than clx Inches, Oerinnny tins at least great guns; England .ri,r00; Jnpan By CAPT. JAS. A. MOSS, U.S. A. over 3.000 while we have only WO, und It tnkes at least live mouths to I believe In peace, but In make one. 1'ltlful ns Is our equipment peace with honor and of Held artillery both In numbers and In size It could use up nil the animatI believe that war Is n terrible ion we have In 30 hours of fighting. thing thut should be avoided. If The guns In our hnrhor forts nre possible, but I also believe that now outranged by the guns on the there are things In this world foreign nations. The battleships of worse than war, and peace withlargest guns nt the Atlantic coast Is out honor nnd forts carry 7V4 miles. The guns of one of them. the ships of other nations carry 12 I believe In whnt the flng of miles; therefore the fleet of an enemy country stands for honor, my could stand four miles out of range Justice, truth, liberty, humanity. of our coast guns und bombard the I believe it the duty of every forts. Their shots would lilt while American to uphold the flag and ours would fall Into the sea. We have what It stands for, and I believe guns mounted nt Panama hut It the duty of every gun for the defense the one American to prepare himself In years of the canal has been there ten n military way for this responnnd Is still unmounted. sibility. Even If we had the guns we have no I believe In personal preparedcrews to limn them. We have 2.12 ness, by which I mean If I am guns alrendy mounted without n ever needed to defend my sister, single person to man them, two my mother, my home and my guns mounted without n single person country, I will bo prepared to guns with to operate them, 37 do so. guns mounted no crews, "I I believe In national preparedwithout a single man to operate them. ness, by which I mean my counA short time ngo one of the two forts try being prepnred to uphold nt Key West, the true key to the (lulf what the flag stands for nnd to of Mexico, was manned by n sergeant defend Itself If attacked. und his family. After tho death of I believe that citizenship carthe sergeant the widow nnd her daughries with It obligations as well ter formed the garrison of defense. as privileges, and I believe that maModern guns aro complicated military service Is one of tho chines requiring trained and skilled most Important of these obligamen to operate then, nnd thut conditions. tion cannot be surmounted. I believe In the benefits of We have harbor defenses, Inademilitary training; I believe thai quate, and unmanned as they are but It strengthens the body, benefits the United States has no coast dethe health, Improves the mind, fenses. There are many places where nnd teaches obedience, respect enemy, within a few days' march un for law and order, patriotism, great cities and vital military of our courtesy, honor, loyalty, manIndustrial centers, can land an urmy liness, thoroughness, system, men, horses and artillery entirely recleanliness, organization and mote from any fortifications. Thus an team work. In short, I believe enemy would only have to land eight In military training because It miles away from a fort to he Immune makes for efficiency and better from the tire of its guns and as the citizenship. guns of n coast fort are not designated for Bring landward our small garri dread-nautili- ; I nn-hteil I I hat-tiI n nu-tlKlH-lnc- h 0 nhle-bodle- People living at some distance from tho Atlantic or the 1'nciHe, ore prone to think of a navy as something far remote from their own wellheing, whereas there is no village so far inland that is not now enjoying pome measure of protection from our freedom of tho sens. And there is today no home under the flag that does nut now more than over licforu need the protection that a strong navy gives. Let no tmin forget that tho long peace during which this country has developed into the very garden of the earth would not have been possihlc without a navy. The lnited States was formerly thought to have but two coast lines, the Atlantic and the Pacific ; hut it is now realized that it has four, the Atlantic, the Pacific nnd both sides of the Mississippi river. The extent and importance of the two interior coast lines is thus concisely stated by the editor of Harper's Magazine: "The basin of the Mississippi is the body of the nation. All the other parts are but members, important in themselves, yet more important in their relations to this. Exclusive of tho lake basin and of 300,000 square miles in Texas nnd New Mexico, which in many aspects form a part of it, this basin contains about 1,250,000 square miles. It would contain Austria four times, Germany or Spain five times, France six times, the British islands or Italy ten times. Conceptions formed from the river basins of western Kurope ase rudely shocked when we consider tho extent of the valley of the Mississippi; nor are those formed from the sterile basins of the great rivers of Siberia, the lofty plateaus of central Asia, or the mighty sweep of the swampy Amazon more adequate. Latitude, elevation and rainfall all combine to render every part of the Mississippi valley capable of supporting a dense population. As a dwelling place for civilized man, it is by far the first upon our globe." But great as it is, the Mississippi is not sufficient unto itself for it needs the world for a market. For its comfort and enrichment it exacta beyond the seas a con- from River Ports Must Be Kept u or the iva. etant Open to World Trade lcnt jn merehanSise. It is hete. fore, that the prosperity of both the town on the river and of the farmer many miles back in the country whose products are eventually floated to market on this waterway are dependent upon keeping all the ports of this interior coastline of the United States open, and in free communication with all the rest of the world. Any interruption of traffic on the river would be immediately felt by every man who has anything to sell. Prices would instantly drop, industries would stop and hundreds of thousands would be thrown out of employment. The river is the main artery of the nation and as such it is vital to the commercial life of all the valley states. Figures do not reveal or picture the magnitude of the commerce of the valley, for the passage of each ton of freight going up or down is a thread in the fabric of some individual or some home, the culmination of one man's effort, the beginning of another's enterprise, yet figures are the best vehicle at hand to briefly indicate the extent of its commerce. For the years 1901 to 1913, inclusive, the combined exports and passing along the Mississippi via the Gulf of Mexico, to and from foreign ports, amounted to 81,387,409 tons. Now what would become of this huge export and import trade if a cordon of eteel ships were placed around the United States as now has been Whoso business would remain unchanged? placed around Germany? Paralyzation and congestion would instantly follow, products of the fields and farms, and manufactured articles would pile up in the storehouses, and the railroad lines to the east or west would be wholly inadequate to carry the traffic even to such feeble remaining markets as might be discovered inland, or might be reached stealthily over seas. Every lumberman, every planter, every manufacturer, every workman or laborer would immediately be affected. Just as Germany is being choked by the steel collar of England's fleet so would the commercial life of the valley be strangled by a hostile fleet standing off the mouth of the Mississippi river. The national government is charged with the duty of maintaining a navy not merely sufficient to keep the mouth of the river open to peaceful commerce but sufficient also to see every cargo of cotton, of rice, of sugar, of live stock or meat safely to its destination in any foreign port and to see safely home ngain the money or the merchandise that is due the people of the Mississippi valley for what they have exported. The American navy is a traffic policeman of the high seas whose duty it is to see that trade routes aro kept open for American commerce. The time when every father of a family kept a rifle over the fireplace for the defense of his homo has passed away, but the need of vigilance and precaution never was greater than Mississippi Valley Big t0(ay- - The Mi8si36ipni vaUcy i3 of Prize in Case Of War strategic importance now just as it was in the Civil war. llich as it is in all that an army needs, does anyone suppose that an intelligent foe would not strive mightily to occupy it both for strategic reasons and for the sustenance of its armies? We ask for no indifferent treatment to avert the danger of war than reasonable men ask for to safeguard bodily health. If a pestilence threatened, should we be content with half measures? Common sense would demand the raising of every barrier and the application of every precaution that those whose business it is to know could devise. And no laymen would assume the responsibility of saying what was sufficient. Is not war a disease? Years age smallpox used to wipe out whole villages, but thanks to tho adequate precautions of medical science it is now practically unknown. Cholera used to ravage our coast cities, but now we keep it out ; we do not let it arrive first and prepare to drive it out afterward. The yellow-feve- r epidemics which once scourged tho southern towns passed away with the. introduction of scientific preparedness. Now the conditions under which these diseases assailed the human race were developed silently, insiduously. Each was the result of some small sanitary neglect, of the lack of somo precaution. Similarly tho danger of attack comes silently and is, too, tho result of tho neglect of precautions covering perhaps a long period of time. Now that we know the disease of war still exists, and that its descent upon our own soil can be guarded against, with the abundant means at hand we ctn easily, if we will, take tho precautions necessary to prevent its reaching hi. It is in order that this may be done, that we may erect against war an invulnerable quar antine, that we of the national defense movement aro striving. r .'H'.WO 141 fnr Villr ilmu f H Irfititft mltl.tf nttCknl owitvd lIVV Htork ol r'l' thI h.i.k (lu to MCiireclr- - S0.IXK) to CO Net nuibniit diif in in Frrivral M- rNet jtit due (mm niirm?ri rkvih in .itn i(iitbaritl Q 1 1 NLi tL I Jill I Net nmt rtiu fmiii Hiprovr1 r rtt Nituiiinttipr n til ri v.u in Net nit Iiip irnm ImIU aiii tankers (othertlian tticlu'int In luor Uj OniftidvctiYck ti other cifth lu.?r tfrcvnt of u!Mcrl.iioiM iiOt Huikiiiif huiin- flM Kiiraltiirvmifl rttun ltU0 l a 0O uo AHA 0 i.ioq i 2 rerre rv .v..f.;i t& 227 44 Itemt Sfl ... Fractional currency nick U and ceiita fi t. Jotfof other National IlaiiKi Com a n,t rTllflete. hole iKa. tenner rund with V. 8 Trea Redemption tirer u dtit from V H. Treat Tnial I.UKII.I11KH ;o uo I.WJft uo (XI W.7J0 Capltalatuck paid iu Hiirpliufuiid Undivided profit. !ea current eapeiie. f In- UJ.m MMNOOO t.UiO 00 nnd lajte pld Ma V U.Htt M Amunul reverted for taxr accrued 75fl 27 ClrcmatitiK Note 49, Ion uo Net amount due t bunk a and hankera tret ... tother lhau lnrlndd l SlorJJ) tndlf id ual deposit Kiihject to check. Total k 3.3 $9 11?7.!1 ?v LMJi m Stat in f K ktcc ufl y.rot'NT y ord a rka rd.aa ; dahip1 hunk, ilo mlmiilT belief. V nmr H V tlmt thvuhove OriMv, dr Riibdcrlrifd mid of Sept My ht fore nrn Fto Champ. nit thli Ith r.. . CommiMion exnlret Jut! 18. mo. CORRtt'T AttPftt : J K. STKME4. tw It It it ny, ; M t.. 1. f w. M Kllh.tt. rector, REPORT OF THE G0N0ITI0N OF T MR lam Citizens National Bank OK I.ANCAKTKK. KY..AT INo.2WP. TIIK nt Close of Business Sept 12. 191O. KK60UHCK8. discounts tUl.'l 48 bills redlncouliterl VM1 M UU.CH lloli'N deposited to secure cir- $30,VU0 l0 SO.UUb ciiUtton li.sr aluel Stock n( Feilernl Keserie lis.uk ISO percetltof stltMCrtptimiJ 3.000 T.OUU Kqiittr In buklnir house Net amount due frotn Ftderal Ke serve Hunk 6.W0 Net smt due from Appro Kesene LfjAUS li(l NoW U. S .V 94 00 Oil CO OO Agents In New York. Chicago ud M. Uuls I U1 V3 Net smt due from approved reserv eagt lu other reservecltlesIC.350 al Net ami due from bulks aud Lauk era tother than Included In loorll ) Other checks ou banks In the same as reporting bank .. rlly or 1.97 31 S. 338 17 308 39 153 11 310 00 Fractional currency, nickels and cents I 3U 61 rfoteiot other National Banks Coin and certificate ton ts notes Redemption fnud with U. fl. Treaa. nrer and due from U.S. Treasurer i 775 00 00 1M 00 Total LIABILITIES. Capital stock paid In.. Surplus (und Ct3J Undivided profits. Less current eipeuses.ln. IW.OOOOO ao.ouooo 01 1.5J0 31 teres! andtaiss paid Circulating Notes outstanding. Net amt due to banks and bankers (other than Included In 1 or JJI ludtvidual deposits subject to check Certified Checks Certlflcatra of deposit Bills payable. Including all obligations representing money borrowed, other tbau redlsconuted 6.00J 70 t,3o0 00 Wl 50 l'JU.IM SI JO Ul 10.MJ 00 Total Liabilities for rediscounts. Including e.trt 5 those with Kedeial Kesene Bank si: State or Kentucky. County l.W. K.Champ. Cashier of the above uamed bauk, do solemuly swear that the above state ment Is true to the best of my knowledge and W. 1. Champ. Csshler belief. Subscribed aud sworn to before me this Ivth. day of Sept S.C. Uenuy,.Notary Public. My Commission Kiplres Jauuary II, lwo, CoaascTAttest: uruip. ll. J.J K Walkm. It. II i' Liwis LAValkirI mo. , Directors. L. & At N Lancaster, ky. Train Schedule ARRIVE. To Mayjville, connecting at Itichmon with I. & N to Frankfort & Louisville; No 71; 8:35 a. m. 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Clothing, Shoes, Hats, Gloves, l)iulerw Shirts, Fancy Neckwear, Neat Hosiery and General Furnishings In the Newest Fall and Winter Patterns. We carry only strictly standard lines and at reasonable prices. We stand back of and make good the quality of everything wc sell. Wc treat you squarely and satisfy you and solicit your business. Can any better lines of merchandise be had, than these? Adlers Collegian Overcoats, Frat Clothing, Florsheim, Weber, Knox, Endicott Johnson and Nunn and Bush Shoes. Stetson and Keith Hats, Perrlns Gloves, Cluctt Peabody 5 Co., Shirts and Collars, Coopers Underwear. We believe these standard lines of merchandise warrant your inspection. Logan The Central Record INCORPORATED. Si RECORD Anderson Bros. NOTICE OF SALE Of A Twenty Year Light, Heat and Power I HAMMONS bailie (STATE FAIR GREAT SUCCESS., ATTENDANCE. RED BERKSHIRE SWINE AT- - Mammons, aged 19 years, tl.00 a year. daughter of Joe E. Hamtnons of Paint usued Weekly. Lick Ky, died at her home Friday morning Sept. 15. after an illness of J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. two months with typhoid pneumonia R.L. EL.KIN. Local Editor mid Mgr. fever. Besides her father and step mother she leaves one whole brother Kntered at the Post (Mice In l.anca.ter, Ky. and sister, Leonard Hammons and Mrs. Mall Matter l Second-ClaS. L. Baiid of Berea, Ky, and the following half brothers and sisters. Member Kentucky Press Association Colonel, Boyd, Alta, Ada, May, Hester, and Uettle and Velma. Ihe funeral was Eighth District Publishers League. held at the residence by Rev. A. C. Uaird, and the burial at the Lancaster cemetery at 2:15 A. M. Sept, 1G. 1916. Lancaster, Kjr., September 21, 1916 She is gone but not forgotten ipnirp .TTPilTinit LOUISVILLE. WOODS WALKER WINS 1KA11 A1ILN11UN ill im GAINED WEIGHT AND NOW EATS GREAT. LEXINGTON WOMAN GLAD TO RECOMMEND Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Ollices ...$ 5.00 10.00 'or County Offices tor State and District Office's.... 15.00 PEACOCK 10 For Calls, per line The death of Mr. Charles Peacock 10 Tjt Cards, per line which occurred at his late home in r'or all publications in the interSomerset last Monday came as a shock est of individuals or expresto his old friends here where he once sion of individual views, per 10 lived ard was so well and popularly line Mr. Peacock had been ill for 05 known. Obituaries, per line several months and his death was caused from nervous trouble. Several years ago he was married to Miss JenDemocratic Ticket. nie Ford, sister of Judge A. D. Ford, of this city who, together with one son. survive him. Mr. Peacock was 57 years old and was a brother of Mr. Herndon Peacock, of Dallas, Texas, Mrs. Sam Miller, of Knoxville, Mrs. George liurdette, of Louisville and Mrs. J. W. Miller, of this citv. After funeral services at his late home in SomerFor President set, his remains were brought to LanWOODROW WILSON, caster Tuesday afternoon and interred of New Jersey. in the Lancaster cemetery, the serFor Vice President vices here being conducted by Mr. II. THOMAS It. MARSHALL of Indiana. FOR CONGRESS. Never shall her memoiy fade Sweetest thoughts shall ever linger Around the grave where she is laid. S. Hudson. THAT IS WHAT HARVEY HELM.ot STANFORD, KV We are authorized to announce .Miss Jennie Higgins a candidate for Count School Superintendent of Garrard County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary August 1917. We are authorized to announce J. O. Bogie, as a candidate for the Democratic nomination frr County Court Clerk, primary to be held August 1917. MAKES IT POPULAR. (Winchester Democrat). Now that the Kentucky river at Boonesboro has become such a popular resort as to attract hundredsof persons from various parts of the state, and in us much as there has been a great deal of comment lately upon the indecency of the costumes of ome ot the bathers. the Deinocrut would suggest that un officer should be placed at the river and If they were such as to embarass those who have self respect, to immediately eject those persons fiom the resort. The larger bathing resorts ot the country have regulations regarding the dress and we should have. The river is a delightful resort and should be the mecca lor all persons who are looking for wholesome inno cent amusement, and their rights should not be sacrificed for the sake of those who have no respect for themselves. The Kentucky State Fair closed Saturday night with the largest attendnnce of any year and with a feeling throughout the State that Commissioner of Agriculture Cohen had given to the people one of the best State Fairs ever held. All the rings were well filled from the horses to the babies and the awards met with universal approval. After. l!"'' Commi,sioncr Coh"n issued the following statement; "It is with a feeling of deep and grateful satisfaction that I acknowledge the royal, enthusiastic, generous support of the 191C Kentucky State Fair by various organizations, industries and the citizenery of Kentucky at large, and to make known the fact that I am full v aware that without this 'upholding of my hands' the great enterprise planned, operated and annuallv presented to further and enhance the of the State prosperity and would have been rendered futile. And for this reason, precipitate though the subject of the 1917 State Fair may seem, following immediately upon the heels of the success of 1916. I want to urge the people of Kentucky to 'turn their faces toward tha East of 1917, with high resolve to give to the fifteenth annual State celebration the tremendous impetus of a full twelve months' anticipation and prep aration. I would ask of each and every citizen of the Stale to make next period September the looked forward-tto the fair, to of their realize that in talking, assisting and boosting for this enterprise they are registering loyalty to their state, und to et cry man woman and child in this grand old Commonwealth I want to extend the invitation for suggestions calculated to still further make this a fair 'for the people, by the people and of the people.' MAT S. COHEN. "Commissioner of Agriculture." well-bein- g o 'home-comin- Franchise For The City 01 Ky. Lancaster, CHAMPIONSHIP. The Kentucky Red Berkshire swine breeders have made rapid strides during the last year and this year at the State Fnir presented to the public a real t) pe hog. This breed originated in this State and has not gone from its Inirii-yet, but the breeder should within the next few esrs perfect the type so that it will be in big demand. There has been n vast improvement in the general clas of the breed from whst was shown at the State Fair last year and if the breeders who have started the good work will continue they should get something that will satisfy the farmers of the State. This hog now posiesset many good qualities which the farmers prefer over the black Berkshire. The breed seems description. Second. The period of the fran to be very hsrdy and the breeders sav chise shall be twenty years beginning that the ipinlitv of meat can not he touched by any other hog. Awards for July 1. 1917. this breed follow: Third. The charges for private cot years or over First, W. II. Boar. sumers of electric power and heat shall Turlej ; second, J. G. Bumside; third, be as provided in the said ordinance. Fourth. The highest bidder for the W. II. Denny. Senior yearling boar First, W. B. ssid franchise shall be considered that bidder who offers und proposes by bid Denny; second, W. II. Turley Junior yearling Isiar-Fir- st, Woods to light the streets of the City of Lancaster for the least sum during the Walker; second. W. II. Denny. Senior boar W. H. Turlife of the contract and not to exceed the maximum price lixed in said City ley; second, Robert T Bruce; third. Woods Walker. ordinance. Junior boar Woods WalFifth. The right is reserved to reker; second. It. T. Bruce, thud. W. O. ject any and all bids. Sixth. All prospective bidders at M'alker. Sow. '1 years or ove- r- First. S. I.. this sale are invited to carefully read the ordinance authorizing this sale and Gibbs; second. Woods Walker; third, notice is given that the sale is to be W. O. Walker. Senior yearling sow First, W. II. made strictly with the pnt lieges, limitations and conditions set cut in the Turlev. Junior jeatling sow- - First, W. O. said ordinance. Walker; second, Woods Wulker; third. L. G. Davidson, Mayor, City of Lancaster. rs 1! pig-Fitst, pig-First, By virtue of the authority vested in me by an ordinance recently passed by the City Council of Lancaster. Ky.. 1 will on Saturday, SeptemberSlrd. 191t, at one o'clock P. M., or thereabouts, in front of the Court House Door in the City of Lancaster, Ky.. sell to the highest nnd most favorable bidder, a twenty year light, heat and power franchise upon the following terms; First. The conditions and provisions of the said grant and franchise in nil and every respect to conlorm to and with the previsions of the City ordnance recently passed by the Citv of Lancaster and published in the Central Record in its issue of Thuriday, September 14, 191G, to which ordinance reference is made for a mere complete NEW MEDICINE. household ilullis a pleasure instead of a "I ued Tanlsc for loss of and indigestion", said Mrs Klna l'enn. artldge It has turned the wheels of Kt 3s7 south BroHdway, Lexington, tilled the farm and regulated taking it but a abort time I domestic alfaira leH-iHl- s "After Humnn energy largelv upon began to improte. I not only regain, d stomach, kljnejs and liver. When my but have made a substan the appetite I can now eat any tin gain In Wright. tiling without discomfort nnd am glad to recommend Tnnlac to an) body who Is suffering with stomach trouble." As in the case of Mrs. Priin good health is necessaty before any man or woman can enjoy happiness. these great organs shirk their duty, Mrs Penn's gains are Just like the benefits that have come to so many thousands who hate given Tanbic nn opiurtunity to purify their system and build henlth through the blood ami nerves. Tanlac has placed mnny a man and women at the head of the procession of It has glten workhuman happiness. It men strength to procure promotion. has madu women strong and their ambition wanes. Tnnlsc Is a Vegetable food which re- stores tone to the syatrm and is delicately adapted to the utomarhs, kidneys and livers that are ailing. Tanlac is bring introduced in I. an caster at It. K McRnbrtls. Tanlac tuny be ohtairrd in thenrarby Paint Lick, J. N cities. Brrker .t Mallard; Little Hickman, Collier and llrunrr, Brrra. S. K Mi led, Stanford, Penny's Drug Store; Junction City, Kctnolds anil Kvnns; Richmond. II. I IVrrj & Son; Crab Orchanl, I,) ne Bros ; llurgin, (!. T Schoolfirld; Danville. John S Well.. It K. Mrlinlierts. Lancaster, and M'. (' M'est. Silver Creek All the "Colonels." If nil the male ktiiis who nnswei tr the nnme of "tVotier .mid tw nioblllnsl In one ronitstct 'hmIv. thi problem irenins!n'i of iiillltnry would be Holtei! right there. I'uck. W. O. Wnlkcr. Serior sow pig First and second. If. T. Bruce. Boar and three sows over one jrsr First. WimmIj M ulker; second and third. V. O Walker. 1 Boar and three sows under year W. First. M'ixmIs Walker; secon' t). M'alker. of one boar, M'.x ds M'alk' Four animals, the get bred b exhibitor I'lr-- t. er; second. W. (I. M'alker llnar. any ng Fust M'oods Walker; thud. It W Sow, an) age-Fir- st. and second, ' 'I. B Iltin-r- . lur e. ' Superstitions of Royalty. Nupaili-tjnMiliar! k and nlV were not almte the Mllte'MMkm I'l " inn! ' nnluck" days. Ttuirn "link la the "nnluck)'' lint of llenrj VIII. of his son, IMunrtl. and of hit iluiuht.r. Mar.t and Klltubetb. It II strange that they should have all dleC upon this ila. cear . GOOD NEWS FROM THE When Success Is Sweetest. Success Is sweet, the sweeter If long delayed und attained thpiugh manifold struggles and defeats. A. Ilrouson Al EAST. cott. Can-tri- authorized to announce Jeptha Onstott a candidate for the democratic nomination forCounty Court Clerk, subject to the action of the primary, .August 1917. We are authorized to announce E. I!. Ray as u candidate for the Democratic nomination for Assessor of (iarrard county, subject to the action of the We are Primary, August, 1917. BROS, No President since Lincoln has had RINGLING to handle tuch complex problems as COMING THIS WAY, President Wilson bus been confronted with. He has ke t jou out of war. He BtopK-the railroad strike. World's Biggest Circus and Spectacle Financial, agricultural and labor "Cinderella" Announced For legislation of his administration stand Early Date. as a great monument to work well done. Do you want to make u change? LET Announcement is made that on FriHIM FINISH IT. day. October tith,, only, (tingling Bros, circus will give afternoon performance at Kichmoud. DEMOCRATIC SPEAKING The famous showmen ure this season and wonderful presenting an AT LANCASTER. program. Congressman David II. Kincheloe will speak in the interest of the Democratic party at the Court House in Lancaster on Monday. County Court day, September ioth., at 1:30 o'clock. Mr. Kincheloe is one of the verv best speakers In the state and gives an able Jc. fense of the Wilson administration and convincing reasons why the President He sure and heat should be him and bring your friends R. L. ELKIN, Chairman D, C. C. Made the Correction. A scUMiliiiunii, repricing u young offender, said : "Now, Tommy, Tommy you know better than that you thouldn't Miy 'Willy Uoue It ;' thut Un'l right." "Ah, no, of course uot," suli Tommy, villi Just resentment; "tun Willy lied about it." The tremendous fairyland spectacle, "Cinderella, will appeal to More than 1000 both young and old. persons take part In It. It is easily the biggest spectacle ltingling Bros, have ever staged and its glorious "Bullet of the Fanes," with 300 duncing girls, is In itself worth going many miles to 100 "Cinderellu" see. areiiic artists uppenr in the main tent program. Because of the great Euro. iean war the Ringlings have secured scores of circus performers never be- Condidute Hughes. everywheie The outlook pin m An entire fore seen in America. trained animal show has been mud bright, but it should not make 'he A sr., ..I a part of the main tent program ,1,,. , Democrats too confident I ho menagerie season, now nuin fight is generally tho best fight wiile often lose. KentncKV bers 1009 wild animals. Theelep'iaiilH, the too including "Big Ringo," the earth's Democrats must be on their mettle ml largest arh) derm, have been increased remain on guard until six o'clock n to 41 and almost WW horses are carried. There will be 00 cluwns and a big free the evening of November 7th. Ete- si vigilance, like the price of liberty, l three-milstreet parade show-damorning. the price of success at the polls. rock-ribbe- d cock-sure e y State Campaign Chairman J. C. and National Committeeman W II Haldemau weie called by wire to York last week to confer with National Chairman Vance E. McCormick, Senator James and others in regard to the earn paign for the reelection of Wilson and given in were Marshall. They formation that Democrats all over the country are united in support of the administration anil that the indications are that the Democratic nominees will be given u vote of confidence that will reelect them with a tremendous majority, as the voters are convinced that the President pursued the right coiih in the European ami Mexican situations has nc and that his administration comnlished moro real good for the ' country than any in fifty years. Chair man t.anirill BHJH mm t:u- iimninni leaders are riot only not disappointed over the result in Maine, but cheered with It as the Democratic party has gained an advantage there never befora shown in the national election year, the majoilty having normal Republican been cut from 33,000 to 13,000. They would not be surprised, therefore, if Wilson carries the State in November together with other New Engl.ird claim thut States. The Republican Wilson and his policies has been rebuked Republican S'nte in the does not comfort with the figuies Chairman Cantrill also found thut the Eastern leaders of the Progres.ive pi.rly in 191- '- together with Republic in wi.h Progressive tendencies will v. te for Wilson because his olicles pleise them better than the old guard idea of N.-- Fine for Cold Feet I'reneli henter for rooms consists of u carpet In which are woven wires to take from ii light sockA novel Welsh, & Wiseman Danville, Ky. Announce OPENING DISPLAY OF AUTUMN FASHIONS Co et and distribute evenly. the electric heat Occasionally Useful. We nil of us glw the farmers ! mighty lot of ndvlce, but the most ol thelii don't it il n It; sometimes there' u bit of It they can use. Those Dinky Belts, Is u wry strong und a very lleet man who can get nwuy from his tailor these days without mine sort of llttln dinky belt tucked on to his coat. lie The Servant Problem. "If there Is n servant problem It Is largely the fault of the employer." Of course,--dear young bachelor muld scribbler. There are mi iniiny housekeepers who oterlook the Importance of serving the cook her breakfast In bed nnil asking her If there Is liny little thing that could be done to tuuke her more comfortable. , Millinery, Coats, Suits, Dresses, Waists, Furs and Footwear. DANVILLE BUSINESS SCHOOL Enter Any Day. Terms Reasonable. STENOGRAPHY, MACHINE OR HAND. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, September Twenty Second and Twenty Third. All desiring business course could do no better 11 Welsh & Wiseman Co Danville, Ky. than address D. B. HARRIS, Principal, Danville Kentucky. 311 3K irirTME 3E Record, Thursday Sept. 2 1 I9ld News From Coatvill and Suitdom Our Fall L;nes Contain Much that will interest you. includes miHh 'hot will faclnate you. Models of chick grace and pictu nt charm. It COATS cut on Our Shoes are the Most Daring and Dashing We Have j novel cloth and pile f. the latest zephyr of I Whipcord, Putrician, what-n- ots the season vogue. You must .'c lines and constructed of materials. SUITS breathing tons desire in Poplin Velour, troadcloth and all the textile wt-- Ever Shown. fUt itwArJi juM n.ust inspect a- theie wonderful models! somewhere Co it of w.iich you lui oug them is one onliest Suit or omn dreaming. THE JOSEPH The One Price Store. if BOA' . Where Quality Is King. nTV II Eczema if tlir ttnrttHrrl thin rrmnlf liquU Unritf-riijl- l frtHJt (till. inWiinf ft 15 Prescription for f'pf People A uossip About Soap I R K. MrKolnTts. DnninUl. , Ky. Brief Mention of thi Comings ind liotngi I y Thou Wt Arc !nlrtilcd In. JOHN DEERE AND OLIVER SULKY PLOWS. JOHN DEERE AND HOOSIER Coiiic in mill WHEAT Ml" Lillle Mae Sutton ii visiting in Lexington. DRILLS. l'rici McCruth wan i. visitor in Lexington on .Mnml.iv mt inir Oil Stoves, Screen Doors, Screen Cloth and U.nr Coolers at reduced prices. line of Cook Stoves and Ranges just receiv- d. New - t ir MisT. K. Wats- n of I'orhin, is heie h visit to friends and relative. - Mixs Annie Ilelle Mallard has returi ed home from a visit ti relatives in Stanford. J. R. MOUNT & CO. j Mrs. K. K Prewilt of Klktnn, Ky, is here Hie guest of Mr. hi.cI .Mrs. J. II. Snpel, Mr unil Mrs. Turn Mallard and little son spent Sumlny with Mrs .luck Dunn in Paint l.ick Itnsoiie Acton of Miiiilletown, Ohio, is here on n viit to his fiither. Or. J. M Acton. Mr. Mr. mnl Mrs. A The Sqniire Drill Uiiiim F Ssnders. d.iugh-tei- s and son, motored t. Louisville for Kich-ino HI n order to settle up an estate, prhat sale In 1 the fHir last week. Mr mnl Mrs. Alvin D. d were guests of his sinter. Maine Kites, Sunday. Mr unil Mrs. Sam 11 Mines Mutti. l.utz Irnlil London, has been visituiK Mrs J. It. Corr n. SECRET WEDDING. Mr. and Mrs J It Cornn, Mine-- . Miss Katherine llourne spent thu . .1. IJnuiiA' C nil. the well known week end with her parents in Danville Mattie ami Sallie l.utz. unit IHtn Mur aui "iioliile d M'er iirini I 'in many phV, motored to Lexington, Nicholas Miss IUchel Henry has returned ... .... uniii'imi t.v leiuiiifii High Ilriiltfe. and Willmnre, Sun ville. from a weeks visit to relatives in from Iiuiiville limiting his bride, day ufternoon Th voiMg ladv Wis before marriage (iihbs entertained at Mis Klizaheih vnlkr, of Louisville, Miss Ulizabith Miss Annie MarKarel Kikin is re-- . an elegant six o'clock dinner in honor wh is tile d turner uf Mr J. C Miller cuperutin from a sliKht attack of i Covers were of le Louisville piiHtolfice force. Mis of Miss Uebeccn Walker. phoid fever. laid for the following, Miss Joan Mount frie ids weie even ureat r surprised I Mr. T. J. Pike. Jr.. left Tuesday I)r Carni'ii. Miss Uebeccn Walker, wlie i the coiip- l- informed them that for the Stanton Military Academy, ut I). C. Klkin Miis Anna Helle llurnside the n irriage had taken place in ' Stanton, Va. Mr. Alex Doty, and MrClay Ksuirtnen. the IWlh of last July, and ' the decided to ep it a secret until Mrs I.ulu Johnson has been viitinu relBEAUTIFUL RECEPTION now. Mr". Conn is a very attractive atives mid friends in Iiiclunond and j Muilison county. young lady and is well known In Dan-vi- ll Mrs. Prank Murksbury entrtained , where si e has often visited Mr. Murrey Schoun, of Center Co- at her pretty surburban home last fri ids. Mr. Conn Is one or the best llege, was the KUest of Mr Dan Collier Thursday afternoon in lunor of Mrs. This knoivn MUtomoliile men :n Central KenKlkin this week. Conner Iliown. of Ijuisville. receptions tucky. He ha established a large of the largest Mr uml Will West and daughter. Miss was one Thel busnies i in Dauv'll'e and stands high in in Lancaster recently. Tommie, of Itichmoml, have been the given the s nation of the people. For the decorations which were in yellow, pre-e- nt (jutsts of Mr. Alex West. Mr. and Mrs. Conn will reside were beautiful und artistic, further en-- 1 Miss Margaret Morrow left this week chanted by many candles hooded in ut In Shear's b lardii g house, on Muin to take up her work with the school yellow. The table in the dining room stie t Danville Messenger. Al C mil is h i old Lancaster boy, for the deaf at Columbus, O. was lovaly in its appointments, with u lien ; a hoii of Mr and Sirs J I! Conn hugh French basket of yellow chrysanMr Will A. O.itv, of Richmond, has city. He ln in my friends here Ices, cakes' of t us been the guest a few day s of his futhir themums in center piece. all ' ' whom extend hearty congnt-uln- t terved which carried ond mints were Mr. Jesse DotV, on .Maple avenue. i ins and wih for this blissful union out the color scheme of Vrllow. The1 Mr Allen Johnson has entered bus- guests were received by Mesdames a In of unalloyed happiness. iness college ut LeMncton and left this Murksbury, IJrown, Mount und II. S. week to take up Ills duties there. Hndson three lo live. Mr John McHolierls is in Louisville this week buvwu Christmas i;ooils. r tf FIMI IT IN THIS Cfll 10UU (.YIN. J WANTKD-Iloarde- rs. 9U 21 pd. Ai plv Mrs. It. h Walter. My house FOIt SALK. Lexington St. and Mrs Suin lot on Fisher. WANTKD 100 cars of wn.at; will pav highest murket price. Haije lots of new unused sacks. Hoy S. Scli.mler. FOIJ IiKNT The Alex Wn ker prop-er- lv 1 ll 4r. on Lexingfon street tf. G, C. Wa'k. r. WANTKD Good price pai.lfor white an I colored peafowl tails. Mrs M, It. tiirliHrd.son lt-p- d 414 S. PerryMontg..merv Alu Foit SALK Seyen new, painted ami well sea.oned hemp bruki Never been ued Walter Hammock, Lanr.nter. Ky. at. Mv farm of HO acres wi.h two houses nil three tobacco barns. Also some and kitchen furniture whih I ill sell Mrs. Sallie zanders. privalelv. FOR KKNT: 1917, for from 9 ll-3- t I,an. RESIDENCE FOR Ky. Mount has returned from Miss an extended visit to relutives and friends in Louisville und liUKraiie. Mrs. J. I. WHICH IS THE SAE. lence on Iliirnside COCHRAN-LACKE- vim. of spent part of l.lsl week with Mr. an, I Mrs llhwl. n I.cavi II Huston-Vin- e will m- - t 200 Acres of Fine Improved Lau locatid 4 miles from I ancaster on Lexington near the famous Camp Dick Robinson farm. This place has a two story frame house v roo.us, bath, etc., all out buildinfl, larjie stock i and bacco barns, silo, Ice house, stod. in good repair. ho u ;e it-)e-s 1 Mr. Virgil Klnnaliil lelurneil Tuenluy ll.'lll Melllils uhele lie iia Ueell till a lit lo frleluls for seeil tla)s. li l.uiher Kintiry, i Mielhy ville. In., is In re for u isit his cuusiiib, vleiArs .wr V ; S ami KoU-r- i Kmhry. uml .Mrs. Harry Liuuiilielil ami nuie ilalllite.r, (ieialillli. , nan' heell in fx.iulultl M'lllni; All (it 'tucker. ' ii I 1 arm is watered by pond, at a never faliii g : also w w iter tanks holding 120 b rt - ich. Tin-catwo be divided into two or more f. i n Tne price is reasonable and literal terms. . f nd-mi- ll 1 1 Is, and sp n ; which su n Hi ren lor a .Mr, Visit III Ills HI Hlillil'al em-- , unit .us. 1 M. TihI.I uimI oi tei relatives Sl.ll lllllllls. i ill, Ceoiuu Ti ilil Ii. I l.'lilill lias letiiiniil Ikiiiil s alter la'iii); eininovfii iluuni; (lie Mini- , III. iliu Piiesti-LTijt' Co. at im i Anion, Ohio. ' lr. K. II Ilsiiaril ln. leturiail to ir P.i ll I , I fr li- -r u.i.irina inn .ippK t III. lhunu in .MiiMieiuA'n, U ii ', tuo Meeks' Msll lo llu utter , u .Ml, M ;S CURT A. ROSINSOt.', Lanoasiti '' J - luilen I.e.ueil i r irs. h.un Uaselili'll, ol llr.mtsville reiuineil home l'iiJa .iut several ila)s visit (ii her sister. .M s, lien, Ilul. luil. of this cit . I'ne nninv frieluls of all-- s Mnri;uetitt Hurl ui.l he anrrj to hear she is quite nick Willi l)ihniil feitfr .mil hope fer Ii. i speedy lecuvery, Mr ami .Mrs. I,. Manuel ami little Nuns J 1). anil Ah in. pe t ?uuil.iy in li ael Swilrli the ueiu ut Mr. mnl l.. -. Mrs T. C .Manuel .Miss Mnttie Ksles anil ills. IVniler-- 1 briiss have luen k;ilesi ut ih. ir hrolli ei- BETTER WAY? The marriage of Miss Lillian Coch Mr K. S. Itrown, formerly of this ran to Mr A. Kay Lackey of Kunsas C ululate Hughes as he had rather city but now located ut Frankfort, is City Mo, was sulemnized Friday after-- , visiting friends in the city und county. iiojii at the home of the bride's parents be il feated tlr:n surrender the princi- pie niNled bv Ih- - legislation that pre-- d Joseph Kobinson, John Mr. and Mrs. S. I). Cochrimon Danville Mesdames the railronl strike, which would ei Farm. T. K. Watson and Itoberl Klkin Street. Kev. A J. Clere olliciating. bav p inlizel thecoui'lrv and wrought were visitors in Danville last Tuesday. A beautiful musical program was r.m nd instruction Tim sounds rath-ve- . rendered bv Mrs Harry Tomlinson. I. hut Mr HuL'hes knows he Mrs. Nuncy Coouloe Carter, of Dan - jhu who for the past ten years er I lie clrincM to win unvwav and is Hie guest last week of her (llta Ut,, jn ,u,nes in Kansas City and Iia ville, was 'ol. KnnseVelt too IS parents. .Mr. und .Mrs. W. O. fioo.lloe. ' ,. h;is iK.,,n lm)i)1 guccessfil. wus an mnl Mg a II tf lv out raged over the Ad.imson law. old Lancaster boy and is Well known greit Mim. .1. U. Mount is lielin. rniiLTHlti but ihnse who Invo taken valuable Miss Lillian CocluarT. the brill ' iui..,l c,r uin.ii,,,. Tir.t nrbe on .. nn'l! time lo read the t"nl"nel's biographv is one of our most lovely and cultur.nl ill the state 1'uir, over thirty competi Und hat after he had exhausted his ef-- 1 girls und the groom is indeed fortunate tors. stup the anthracite coal strike who has wop such a helpmate. Mr. fort t.i Mis Kdna Kavanaugh left Tuesday Hint Mrs Lackey left immediately for ' in liM2 hecuiise of the stubbornness of for Indianapolis uheietdiehns accepted Kansas City where thev will be at home Ih. leutlors. he m ole up his mind I' e call of the governor of Pennsv'-- I h viitiun in the State .School lor the to their friends at 1117 West Prospect to gn Into the mining fields, take Deaf. St. p is. .iun of the mines and operate Mr and Mrs Crutclier West and inI n iigreement finally . h d nut teresting children, of Silver Creek were liHe. reached. Mines, you will under- pliu-avisitors tins week of Mr Alex r are privale properly, railroads I wish to thank the good people of West. ii are . i unit of the government. Lancaster und (inrrurd count. Mr and Mrs J. K. Ktormes iniii ii liave taken more ale He the minister, the choir, und uttt'liding the National Atsociulion of llni- menus Win n the railroad thu P'tllbe.ireri, for the respect shown Keluil Druggists, ut Indianapolis this his prnpoition, id me and my deceased husband. wetk. . preferrnl in appeal to Congress Mrs. C. I). Peucock. I IH e such steps us would prevent Mr and Mrs C. F. Denman, of I rU. and give both parlies assurwere in the city a few d.i)s Daily Thought. er justice after patient investiga-- f this week guests of Mr un Mrs llenlry A soul (leeiiplnl with grout Iden, a I o cinidii ."Ha Which appears bei-- t V. llaslin. perform mhhII duaes; the dlvln. ii r ci.ur.i ? The country has est views of life penetrate most clearMisses Florence Jolinsou mid lvlnu ly il i favoi hi President Wil.on's lulo the meanest enterprises Mnr lleikele left Mondav morning for Ox- tlueiiu. oinl to ifttunl him accordingly. ford Ohio where they will attend West-- i em College. .Mr. IJojcoe A ton is visiting his1 parents itnscoe is holding; down u nice V 'JT. . . .1 ' (Sk. r. position with n inuiiltiun factory in ' ' ' I up-io- n . ' Pies.-Viun111 i' iimna-etu-ei- l l' e, il- We niter the beautiful re-- i Danville treet, formally tl" proper! v. fur sale. For ii . piii in W O. (loodloe. I Kv, or Joe McCormick, Ashe 9 7 tf. To Young The A. I). Price training .Sclniol of ninatinn. .caster, .He, N.C. Ladies. Memori -flo-pil- Harroiis'i open for the fall term Th' fur one more student and Isdv desiring to enter stiouk' cations and references to MclJnrvev. Sec. fillil E is now renin, i vouni nnpli 'Ik F P. U- a Inn St. . - Harrml.t uig. RESIDENCE FOR Kv- - S''F I - Having decided to locate he niutll I offer for sale my prop?rlv Maple ave, consisting of a six ronnilage. bath, cellar and modern ei ' ."iiencesi ami bIkiii! l'J acres of groui n fou'try hntie, l am, smoke house fruit uml gmul l istern. Two ile reii'e Iota can be old from this prop-J. M Mount ' , I Horses and Mules Wai.lfr!. will tin v some good cottt'n urmv mules or hones, W. II. Ku'iif Laniaster, K . Fur Sale. Huving jokl my Hurler Slwi . I huvo un eight room house, prnci iili in w, on ('rub Orchard St, for sule For any information see Mule. Iiu House. Wanted. Middletown, ' O. Klcliinonil tt'iti Steve K.tes at Kirk.v.ll. . this week in Means Alvm INtes We are offering trim I PHONE 27. F3IC on all Ji i r BECKER & BALLAil BRYANTSVILLI s Mr uml Mrs. A Kin of ldcli moiul, Mrs Penilitrt;iusN hi 0'iitesville, Mr Paul Klliutt lias returned from S II Us tea mnl Misj .aliie Cites of lliis city, motoreil to Cra.i OrehunJ and Akron, 0, where he bus held a lucrative position with the Firestone lire Sinnfolil, last Suiulav company of that City. Miss Annie lllaiiKs, nf near I.mivouh- Mr, Heiuv Simpion has accepted a ter ll.nl quilt' H liuinlier "I her filemls anil relatives with her last Priilay even-- 1 position with J. W. Smith slid has beiliu, it Mni; her eighteenth hlrllidav. gun his work thvie. Henry is u'pust Tlieie were ubout IU to pirlake of the master' us u sa.esiuun and Mr Smith is liuuntiful dinner Kerveil, Him tublu dec fortunate in securing Ills services. oratinna beint; carried out in ureen und miimih JHemlame Victor l.ear, orange. After dinner the quests were' illgginbotliam, Henley Ilustin ItriifM Vi'jienttrtained with inuic ami many nice I.awmin. Uuy Davidson und .Miss Allie Yautis, iiltended the State convention piesenis weru refeiveu (Julie u pleasant day was spent In ' of the Christian church ut Winchester I lie yard, ut the liome-teof the late, this week und while there were enAhner Ituy on Pour ICIi1i;h pike, last tertained by Mrs Lucy Arnold, formerly Wednesday, wlirn thirty live of the of this citv. l(iy fuinlly met there with baskets Mr. Kd C. (iaiues, of Lancaster, wus filled with Rood thiiiKs in eat, which hero yesterday shaking hands wilh Till) ' friends. Mr, Gaines is the well known was spread beneath the all ides. honorees of the iipeii uir function wero insurance mun ahnt has bis safety first Mrs, llverett (iruw, nee Miss (lerlrudej advice on every curve in the Itwne (iiow und her husband, of Tilntun, M, Highway und other roads around Lanhu have been visllln relatives ut caster and (Jurrard county. He is a this place, her childhood homo for the hustler und never miasea Hoy le County Court day. Danville Advocate. pjst ten days. Mrs William U. Cook, Mrs W. II. Mason and Miss Sue Shelby .Mason, li lt for Cincinnati last Ttiesdav for u vill of several daj s. We An ' ' i- - unce 4 IS Job as steam traction I In m... Kx- Kxpert. peit. Ala i general inachln. If Joil aie not getting satis, en m nut of nur inaciiiiiery, or if .ii Kepare; i our is running too high, Wages will be reasonable. Clarence Pieslon Jacksonville Hill vnu 111 me For Sale. gooil feeding .into, wil weigh uu r W) pounds, L, P Nuniii ivy. Phone 'Sill. Slai taut, Ks 4t. ! I Fall V ! inery Jl extra OPE IMG 3 SATURDAY, SEP EMBER 23, 1916 ; Notice. meeting of .It of the Hurley Toliuc M. will lie held i't our wurtlieu-- u South llroadway, Lexington, K) Uctobtr l lUlli. 191(1, ut ten o'clock A The umiUul rs 'iiip-ni- Hurley Tobacco lAiiupany, John W. Hull. S.cretary. IH Low Temperatum. Tho lowest known teiur otn.cn nil by competent M ut Werclioliitisk, Slberlu, J urn eve l if Noel DANVIL ters. KY ists wilt lf. lssVV when ii minimum reiulim it iiilnui U;t.4 degrees 1'iiliriiilielt vns regis tered. Tho iiiouthly mean temperature for January ut JukuK. Slberlu, ll minus 43.8 degree. The central he.cord, Thursday Sept 2 l , 1916. -- in i ' 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 I I H-- if I . I Scientific Farming HmH-K- Making the Little . "ft". I Farm Pay By C. C. DOWSFIELD VALUABLE ' VVIp ceK.ifu perli-nc- nirrlculluro. Composting mnniiro l nut itn.illjr erwnomlcnl where ccncnil fnrinlug H Hone. It requires loo inn li Inbor. the manure 111 ordlnnrlly give bfllif results when Hcnttcrcd directly m thr ground nnil plowed or hnrrnwed In. It U ml vlsol only where uiara raatrrlnls heed to To put In better con million. It h especially ndrNnhle for marketing N I lie key to kiic funning, Till minis up the ex uf J. J. Hudlong, n Chicago .Asthing of Vegttable or Animal innii ulm h:n grown wealthy In ugil Can D Mad a Fsrliliitr. TPrrpirrA by UnltM Hlntea department of cull'irv. Mr. Iludlong for ninny )eur COMPOST AND GREEN MANURE Orl-gi- n i 1 IF ft ACCIDENT OR SICKNESS fnrnipil scu-r.i- l litinilrril hciim of l:i in! nml produres tcgctahlcs nlnioM exclusively. The Hudlnng truck farm l. the greatest of Its kind In the mid die cst nnd In ome rcpecl the greatest In the world. A pickle factor U(vetfu funnel hanowned liy thl dles n l.irce pnrt of the edlhlei inled TnMc roininodlt- lon the premlc. are shipped liy Mr. Itudhunj to eiery part of America nnd to several of the big markets In other continent'". I'rnctlcnlly nil the oulcns nnd cu cumbers rained rn tills place nre put up ns pickles, nnd by thbi menu they do not have to be marketed In nny hurry or nt nny particular time. There arc many other commodities which work Into the scheme of canning nnd pickling. Tor Instance, the cabbage crop jKiys well when turned Into sailerkrnut, nnd benns nnd peas pay best when canned. It Is nlwnys bet to proiluce n variety of staple products, so that If one or two of them nre low In price the other nre quite likely to pull up the average to n profitable basis. This Is n common experience In all kinds of farming, Sometimes wheat ha HOW FAR SHOULD SUDDENLY STRIKE IS THE DOCTOR ? ?? With n telephone In your home ho is in the next room. Tills means promptassistancc, 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., n As agents for the heirs of J. T. Christopher, lately deceased, we, the undersigned, will on, MM . TELEPHONE COMPANY l and have a representative call and tell you how little it costs to have a telephone in 'your house. Western Electric Tuesday, October 3rd, 1916 Telephones guarantee ' .iou best " l' lir. SUED (GNNI.CTED IIT A WITH B1IIX seric.l ! X MAN CAimiliU AND T1UCK, uu-.ti- COMMISSIONER'S SALE fmckers nnd enrdeuers. These f.irm ts may multiplyby their available com menus of the re many fold post (leap. It should be remembered that uny vegetable or animal origin Ins value ns n fertilizer if put In iroper condition. The compost heap Is oue means of dnlns this. One ton of leaves contains fifteen pounds of nitrogen, 3.2 pounda of jihospliorlc nchl nnd six jwunds of potnsh, nnd at ordinary values for tlieso substance Is worth near-J$140. Straw slmllnrly Is worth .about $3 per ton. These values nre liased on their total percentages of fertilizing constituents. In actual prac-tirIt Is safe to assume that half of ttiexe are available, nud this only nfter the materials have undergone 0L LAND. thine of TH1 OABBAOI TURNED decom-jio&lilo- PATS WELL WUBM INTO BAIUIKIIACT. CBOr Locnte the compost heap In an old abed or build a shed with nny kind of kcap material for a roof. Spread on ke ground a layer of stable manure S by 10 feet six Inches deep. Over this spread 100 pounds of acid phosphate or ground phosphate rock. The rock Is less expensive than the add phosphate, but Is not so effective. Continue these alternate layers until the manure Is used up or until the pile pbos-iphJt- e layers might be added straw, leaves, mold or other litter, adding 100 pounds of ground phosphate rock to each ton of material used. lie sure to wet all thoroughly. When the compost heap la completed cover it about four Inches deep with good loam or with forest mold. "When applying two tons per acre or results can be obtained leas the liy putting the compost In the furrow and bedding out on it. He careful not the-- "has become Inconveniently high. To . soils. When using more than two tons per acre It Is better to scatter broad cast. It Is safe to say that by using compost supplemented with cowpeas, velvet bean or other legumes the productiveness of the average 100 acre farm can Ije materially Increased and simply at the cost of n few tons of acid phos pliate and a little labor. to bury too deep, especially on clay - Crcen Manures. been found lene(lclal to plow under green crops on depleted soils or Crops nulla-lilnoils dellclent In humus. for this purpose are cowpcas, velvet beans, clover, buckwheat, rye and lespedeza. Ordinarily the crops thould I allowed to reach maturity before urnlng under. It Is not good practice to turn under a heavy green crop Immediately before pluullng uiiother tit 'has crop, cseclally small grain. ver crop Is usually sown lute In the season, after tho main crop Is out or the way. Oats, rye nnd crimson clmer ure most commonly used for this purpose. They aro bowii In the cotton or corn at tho time of the last working and make some growth during the autumn and early spring Tliey fcerve the double purposo of add Ing humus and of preventing mII ero kIoii, The cover crop should be plowed nnder nt least two weeks leforu the time for planting the next crop. Oreen manure crops are helpful In Improving the inechanlcul condition and rendering available, the plant food already tu the soil, and tf a leguminous crop like the cowpeu Is used as green manure the oil also gains In nitrogen as a result of the power of such plants to tlx the nitrogen of the air. With barnyard tnnnuro and with the cowea at his aervlce to save and gather nitrogen for bun, the average farmer does not hare to buy so much nitrogen In commercial fertlllter when he can easily pro. dace about all that his land needs upon Us farm. Economy should be hit watchword, and there U no better placo for him to start than by itoj Xn- - the waste of nltroeen. pro Ills. Nearly all farmers know how to produce crops, but few of them nre skillful at selling. This Is the main dlf ference between the Iludlong success and the many failures which have been Mr. Iludlong himself says recorded. that, as a general thing, he does not get better crops than other jieople. The land he uses Is not ns good as the average Cook county soil, but he buys many carloads of manure from the city nnd keeps the ground In n fine state of fertility. The fertilizer U plowed In every fall. Sometimes he has green crops, like peas, soy beans or clover, to work Into the soil In the fall. There Is a scientific reason for handling laud In this way, especially the plowing In of nn abundance of stable ami green manures, but without pretense of scleiitlllc attainments nearly nil farmers know how to keep up land, although they frequently neglect fall plowing. While It Is true that Mr. Iludlong Ir rlgatcs his farm by pumping water from the drntnage canal, he does not attribute his success to this control of tho water supply, for he was success ful long before the drainage canal was built In brief terms, his first step toward success wns the upbuilding of soil fertility, nnd then when the big crops sum he made his own market for the bulk of the products, getting all cash that was possible to obtain from the commodities raised. He keeps rloM) records of nil crops nnd knows exactly what nny given line of produce costs him. lie un tell what proportion of the expcin--e each acre should bear, what the labor Is wor'li and what ilvldcnds aro paid by each particular unit of laud every seusou, l roiii long of experience he knows that dln-mltproductlou Is bet'er than to risk every thing on a single crop. It Is probably true that If the whole enterprise huug on ouo product his success would be much less prououueed than It Is. I or corn will pay enormously, but if raised as exclusive money crops there will be years of total failure. Thou, sands of Industrious farmers hate been ruined by sticking to the single crop Idea on farms too Urge for their equipment aud capital. Canning, preserving and pickling enable any farm family to double the price which It would otherwise obtain for such things as sweet corn. eas. cucumbers, onions, peppers, berries, currants, plums, cherries and a dozen similar commodities. This plan enables one to charge full retail prices and so make the farm return high 13poles. Tract 3. On the waters of Hack Creek, beginning at a stake, corner to Sebastian; thence his line S 64 E 53 poles to a mulberry; thence N 17 E 7 2 poles to a stake; thence S 61 E 10 poles to an oak; thence S 22 E 10 poles to a stake: thence W 58 K 19 Doles to u stake on the East edge of a branch; thence down the middle of said branch N 46 W 16 poles N 6 W 37 poles; thence M iU W 42 poles to a sycamore; thence S 61 W 18 poles to a beech; thence S 4 W 12 poles to Hie beginning, containing 20 acres and 12 poles. Sold with the same reservation as to road or pusswav, if any, as is reserved in the deed of parties between John Casey's heirs, recorded in deed book 9, page 585, and is reserved for the benefit of those, If any such are entitled thereto, also same reservation to fence if any as is resrrved in the deed of John GAHHAHD CIKCUIT COURT. G. W. Sebastian's Admr. et al" riffs. VS. Sarada Elizabeth Nave, et al, Defts. rursuant to a judgment rendered at the August Term. 11)16, the undersigned Commissioner will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder before the Court House door in Lancaster Hy, at 11 o clock A. M. or thereabouts, on MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 25. 1916, it beiriR the first day of the Garrard County Court Term tho real estate mentioned in the pleadings and des- criueu as louows; Tract 1. Said land is located in Garrard county, Kv. on the waters of Hack BeginCreek and bounded as follows: ning at a staxe in a branch; thence N 67 W 31 poles to a stake, near ayoung hackberrv; thence N 26 W 60 poles to a stake; thence S 21 E 30 poles S 41 E 8 poles S 56 E 12 poles to the beginning, containing Si acres. Tract 2 In Garrard County Kv, on the waters of Back Creek, beginning at a white oak tree; thence N 65 W IA poles to u stone (N 79 E 11 links of a locust pointer); thence S 60 E 46 poles to a beech tree S 17 E 26 poles to a sugar tree; thence N 74 E 14 poles to a mulberry tree, S 10 E 22 poles to a stake on the Well Branch; thence with Its meanders S 84 E 16 poles to a stake; thence S 56 E 52 poles to a black ash, Sebastian's corner; thenc- - N 19J W 118 poles to an elm, sugar and beech trees; thence S 67 W 41 poles to an elm stump; thence N 29 W 6!) poles to the beginning, containing 40 acres, 2 roods and beginning at 10 o'clock a. m., on the premises four miles north of Buena Vista on the Buena Vista and High Bridge Turnpike road sell to the highest and best bidder, on the terms hereinafter stated, the tract of land owned and occupied by the decedent at his death. This is a desirable farm containing 135 acres, 100. acres being good tillable land, well watered with two never failing springs and a pond. The dwelling is a frame building containing nine story high and in good condition. One rooms, one and stock barn 40x60 feet, with good hay loft; one cow barn and two corn cribs. A good cistern near the door. one-ha- lf Terms of Sale of the Land. . One third cash on the first day of January 1917, at which time fall possession will be given. The balance payable In one, two and three years bearing Interest from January 1st, 1917 until paid, for which lien notes are to be given with a lien on the land to secure the amouat of said notes. Seeding possession to be given when desired by the purchaser. As administrators of said decedent's estate the undersigned as such administrators will sell to the About one third of thirty acres of corn to be highest and best bidder, the following personal property: d filly, cows and calves, farming implements. shucked in the field; 1 Terms of Sale of Personalty: All purchases of less than $25.00 cash before the property is removed. All purchases at or above that sum, notes will be taken with good surety payable three months from day of sale, negotiable and payable at Bryantsvllle Bank. three-year-ol- J. L. CHRISTOPHER & J. A. D. CHRISTOPHER Casev'e heirs. Tract 4. Beginning at a stone in center uf Hack Cieek and corner to Ta lor, thence down said creek when reduced to the following bearings and distances N 32 W 22 poles N 68 W 9S poles to a beech stump near tno mouth of Long Brunch ; thence N 36 W 03 Administrators and Agents. T. SCOTT, Auctioneer. MARKSBUKY of relative lu Jessamine. of her uncle, Mr. Tom Allen Sunday. Mr. A. T. Scott sold a horse o Mr. Mrs. Dora Davis was the guest of her sister, Mrs. Addie Davis, Walluce-ton- , Hogan Ballard for SIM Mr. and Mrs. Hen Dunn are visttiiiK laBt Monday, Dr. II. It Montgomery spent seteral her father, Mr Gooch. Mrs, Lizzie Todd and children are da)s in I.ouisvillt last week. Simpfon Miss Klizabeth and I.ul visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs J, returned from Cincinnati, Saturday. Mix Jan Bowling left Tuesday to T. Allen this week. college at Millcrsburg Home drown, recleaned Northern or daughter of D. attend Little llullio Carter, seed rye. Hudson, Hughes & ranmu. Mrs. J. llotcan went to Leiington M. Carter, bus been very sick but is Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Kemper spent better at this wiiting. and NkhoJasvllle for a visit Monday. Friday with Mr. and Mrs. day Sutton. Miss Martha Carter and Miss Susi Fdn Berkele sient a few dava Myers, of Miss Sallie Davis were the guest of Mrs. Charlie ttstwrek with her aunt. Miss is the guest of the Misses Itoyston this Crutcher last Sunday. Dunn. week. Lime, sand, cement, rock screening..!. Mia. Marral Kicharilsoii, of New B. K. Swope after a brick, salt, etc, for sale. Mr. and Mrs. York is th-- i guest ut Mra. Mary vint to relatives in Boyle and Casey Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Borkele. county returned home Saturday. Mrs. Carrie and Miss liu Ilobinnui, Mra. Sallie II. Welsh is In Itichinom! Mrs. Creech from Kastern Kentucky of Bereu, was the guest of Mr, and for a visit to her daughter, Mrs. Sam days, died of typhoid Mrs. D. M. Carter last Krdiay, a bride of a few Deatherage. and was buried at the cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. George Dnvis and Mr. Mra Klizabeth Burgess and Master Mr, J. B. Kemper lost his driving and Mra. Bynuna Davis and children mare last week, bv being choked to were the guests of Mr. and Mrs Jeff John T. Burgess left Friday for an extended visit to relatives in Indiana, death. This is the second tne this Davis last Sunday. year. Mra I'erry West, of New York and Mr. and Mrs. Felix l'xiiningtini and Ono of the most enjoyable events of Mr. and Mra. C. S (loop and daugh Miss Susiu Buford, of Nicholasvllle, the season was the elaborate dinner ter, Cora, weru the guoui it J. I). have the guests of Mrs. J, II. given bv Miss Annie Blanks on Sep- Carter and family, Ut Sundky Daiie, tember 16th., in honor of her anniverMrs. J. W. Glass was called to sary. A number of her home friends Nirholasville Saturday by the serious WtYANTSVIIXK also a number from and relatives, illness of her niece. Mrs. Kdwin Hubble and Danville were present to Mr. Joe Bryant I at hone from Kog.rs. enjoy the festivities. i ' Mi-tb-- PUBLJCSALE. As I oles poles N 26 K 28 poles N Itt K 23 to a stuke in said creek, corner to John Casey; thence with Casey S 65 E 54 poles to a clump oi inuiuerries on iHStian's line; thence with Sebastian S 15 W 49 poles to a stone li poles from a locust pointer; thei ce S 57! H 45 poles tu a beech; thence S 18E27loles to a mgar tree nn Taylor's line; thence with Taylor's lino S 65 W 38 poles to the beginning, containing 43 acres 1 rood and 11 poles. Saul land all adjoins and will be sold as one nouiidarv. The purpose of said sale is to settle the estate of G. W Sebastian, deceas- ed, and to divide the proceeds after the iiHvment of debts and cost of this ac tion, among his helrs-a- t law as their interest may appear. hv derided to go to a belter rliuialr, I will nn SstartLj, September 30th. 1916, I The Ear Row Taat. It Is well to mark off tho ground of the ear row test with stakes and to omit u row of com around the ear row testa between It and tho general field. The ear row test plot can thus be cut. tlvuted Just like the general Held and at the same time without extra attention In that regard. The chief amount of extra work will be caused by tho necessity of harvesting the separato rows of the ear row test separately. TERMS. The nronertv will be sold oil a credit of six and twelve months and the Pur chaser will be required to execute bonds with approved security, uue in six anu sell to the highest bidder my farm, containing 20 acres. This farm is located 5 tulles from Stanford and 4 miles from mile of luiiiraster, within one-haStanferd-Lancast- r pike. Farm is all in good grass, with four room house in line repair; all necessary 20x40 new barn with Una cistern at housu and barn; new wire fencing all over the farm; good new twelve months, respectively, and bear-Ininterest at the rate of six per cent per annum from date until pnid, having the force and effect of Judgment up on which execution may lsue, pavable to V. II. Brown. Master Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit Court, and a lien will hy reserved upon the property sold until all the purchase money is paiu W. II. BROWN. M. C. G. C. C. R. II. Tomlimon, Att'y for riffs. ir The Central Record Jafftrson' $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Lancaster, .II.UIM. Ilbrtrt Hlf h.l School Lav. COVPtrTK TWO TCAItUCUM.,a llur.... Tulltua I .1.4 k.7...... ion liuntuna tt LrL-r2-:. Kentucky. 3JJ0TT rKKIBAK8. Scs.. Uu orchard, consisting of 120 fruit trees; old orchard of 30 good fruit trees; 3 good mares in foal to jack, two eight, yeara-oland one five; 1 yearling till v extra good driving and saddle mare, registered No. 9790 by Kentucky' Choice; 3 good suckling mules; 3 good heifers; one thoroughbred Aberdeen Angus: 1 jersev cow and calf; a year, ling ateer; 4 spring lambs; 3 shoals that will weigh 75 ounda each; 1 rub ber tire buggy, in fine repair; 1 set of wagon harness, been used about six Middletown. Ohio. Miss Kliza Ison will go to Nicholas- times; 1 set buggy harness and other Mra. It. I, Burton made a short trip vllle this week to attend conference things too numerous to mention. CARTERS VILLE. to Louisvillo last week, and also expects to attend the W. C Terms made known on day of sal. Sale begins at 10 o'clock. Mrs. Sam llsselden has hem visiting T U. Convention at Lexington. Mrs. Susie Itenfro has been on the relatives at Lancaster. Mr and Mrs I). O. Nichols and Misa sick list this week. DALE II. WITHERS, Uale 'Ilea for sale. Virginia Nichols, of Salvisa. and Mrr. Smith, of Illinois, is Mra. Fannie Lancaster Ky, K. F. D. 2. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Ella Garrett, of Oklahoma, are visiting EJJ Smith. viilting her uncle, Mr. Capt. A. M, Bourne, Auctioneer. Misa Mary Ellen Farley U the guest Mr. and Mrs. L L. Cunningham. Mill Susie Kobinson wJ the guest d 1 . The Central Record, Thursaay Sept 2 HKUK IS A C.OOI) l'LACK TO STOP FOR LITTLE MONEY. . I , 1916 LOUISVILLE HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, KY., Main St., between 6th and 7th. The Only Hotel In Louisville Operated on the American ami European I'lans. A MEXICAN I'LAN. Kooma without Hath hut with Hot ami Cold Running Water. single. 2.0O per day; 2 people, $2.00 each. 75 Itoomi (With Meali) fiO Itoonn single, 2.60 ier day; 2 enplc, 2.25 each. GO Front Itooma "inRle, 3.00 per ilav; 2 people, 2.50 each. Itontns with l'rivatc Hath: single, .1.00 mt tiny; 2 people, 2.75 each. 60 Itoomi single. .1 GO per day; 2 people. :i.(H) each. 60 lloonn ... KUUOI'EAN I'LAN. Itoonn without Hath hut with Hot and Cold Running Water. ( Without Meals) single, $U0 per ilay; 2 pjole, $0.TI acli. 75 Room ... 00 each. "Ingle, 1.H per day; 2 people, 60 Itoonn single, 1.60 per ilay; 2 ponple, 1.25 each. M Front Itoonn Rooms with Private Hath: Ml Rooms ..single, 1M) per day; 2 people. 1.25 each. 1 il) ; 2 people, 60 each. THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Corner Sixth and Main Sts European Plan Only. 60 Itootns ... single, 2.00 per 1 Rooms Without Hath. $1.00 and up; llooim With I'rivntu Hath, $1.60 and up. HKST EATING l'LACK IN TOWN. The (.ouiivllle Hotel and the Old Inn are located III the wlwlcs.ile district and only n three block's walk retail district anil thctitris to the Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Proprietors. MAMMOTH CAVE $12.15 FOR AN E THREE-DAY- S TOUR FROM LANCASTER, SEPTEMBER 27 50. r L. fi N. R. R. Kotiml trip tickets iTAT Hoard nt the Cavi: Hotel, iiiclniliiik! the several routes in the tnvc for Phone L. & N. Aacnt. Tickets on sole for inorninii trains Personally conducted by the Excursion Agent j ' ' t'MJM ei r uL-r- . .;viri. sc.?! AWAY up in'.uiit.ii3 of Western North Cnrohi a i.re t'. lx: utiful at d nttrnctivc resorts of Ashcvilk, Dbcl: Mountain, Ilcndersonville, Brevard, Lake Toxav..y, Saluda, Waynesvillc, (Lake Junaluskai. Flat Rock, Hot Springs, nnd Tryon. Spend your v.iration nt one cf these cool nnd delightful places or nt Tntc Spring, Tcnn. Round trip Excursion iickcts ore on sn!c daily, pood utU.l October 31st, via Cntrrmr at WarV Ft!! i!n4Tttn.t ..l Mln-- amilie. N.. I. ' Junalu.la.l U .nun, l.klr.l'rt W'Mfc..' SOUTHERN EASIJVAY y 1. 1 L lonntjr Court Days. Itii'lunonil, 1st. Mundav. Paris, 1st. Momlay. KrHiikfort, 1st. Monday. lliirrodaliurK, Int. Mundii). I x I r'Ulon. 2nd. Monday. Stanford. 'Jnd.Mor.iliiy. Slielbyvilk-- . L'nd. Monday Carlmlc. "nd. Mondav. Danville, Hrd. Momlp. l.awri'ncelurK. rd. Mondav Nicholasvillt', 3rd Monday. Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Somernet, 3rd. Mondav. (ieorKetnwn. 3rd. Momlay. I.ANCASTKK. 4tli. Monday Winchester, ttli. Monday. Monticcllo. 4th. Monday, Versailles 4th. Monday ' COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND, And Administrators' Sale of Personalty. CAItllAKD CIRCUIT COl'KT. Thoi. D. Chcjiiutfa Admr. et al, I'MTa VS. ci the 5utS nllowcd .i ..Jims. Three special Low Fnre Excursions will be run dtiri.ivj the summer. Ask for details. For full infmmntii n 7irk t Ai;r:it, Southern Kailviay, or write I II. II. Tixid, Pu. .,; t Airnt, Louisville, Kentucky, Stop-overs Di-t- THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. CapJiol A. It 50,0()0. Surplus $30,000. Vice I'res't. IKNNY. President J. I. SIOKMKS. It. 1. JMHKV, Aaa'l Cashier. t. C. DKNNY. Cashier. J. I.. UIIJ, IWk.Krejwr; Safety Hamuli Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes VOCH For Rent. IICSINKSS. Stornies, J. II. IWy, J. K. I). Cochran, Alex It. Denny. S. C. Denny J 1.. Clll. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. alaiaiii3sfisiEs METAL SHINGLES problem. We have solvedourroo arc flirourtli wHh bleaks widrcjxiirs and our House js jmprovea Ml WfflE SO m appearance. For Sale by STORMPROOF MOF Local Cnnttiiclurs or Corlrij'ht Mt'lal Hoolin Co. North aird Street. I'hilailel.ihln. I'a. ahouts on WKDNKSDAY, SKIT. 1!7. 1H1C. the real estate mentioned in the plead ins and de MCrioed hm follows: I.yini; in (iarrard County, Ky. on the waters of Dix Itiver us surveyed Auk 31, Ittlti; wiioi.i: 1IOUNDAUY. UeKiuuinK at it point in the middle of County Komi lending from the the Church to Dix liner, coiner to Mart ' Hocie, themv leawni; roud and with I Howie's line N .M!j V passini; coiner to saiu Home anil Itoliert Kankin (a looust siiiii:) ut ..i.'.i.l cuuiiih iti.d uassinc cor Her lo said ltnliert Itankin and David Itankin at lil L'u chains, in nil '.)."'! I chains to a luilut ill n stone fence, cor ner to said D.ivid Itiinkin; thence S 3 IW 31 n cliiium to ii point in middle nt ( uuutv Koad; cor fie r to eaid Itatiklii thence with road h Kl? 1. It 00 chains S S"i l; 2l.no chains; S Mlj K 14.13 chains to a po'nl on North stile of road tnence crosnui; said road S -- 1 V 0.21) chains to a mint on South side of roail ,and u feet short i f stone fence; thenc I aloi't; south side of road S Sl'.j I; 2S.S3 ' chains to the forks of road, corner to !I uncle urn! John Doty; thence with K :t2 22 nitddle of road anaiii N 11 chains to the liecuminKi containini; 1 acres. .11. Flit ST Tit ACT; lletiinmiiK at a point in middle of the County Jtiiad leadint; from the Hirk tliuicli In Dix Kivei, corner to Matt lli'Kle; thence leavini: road and with Hume's line N tOj iimsiiik corner to sillil llotlle anil Uoliert Itankin (a locust siiuk) al 2!) 'JJ chains, in nil 15 111 chains to the noitli hi te post of u Kate, a new corner in line to Itolieit Itankin; thence u new line with a wire fence 31. 3S chains lo it point in middle of Lountl Ifoad. a new comer Itwo wil I K); thence iws hear 2(i hnks N 30 with road S N2 1. 10.i2 chains to Hiint on norm sine oi roiui; tnence crossing said road S 2 W t) 21) chain to a point on South side of road and 6 feel short of u stone fence; thence nlorn south side of road S MI J II 2S.K1 chains lo Hie Turks of rouj, corner to Tunule and John Dotv; thence with 10 .'12.22 middle of roud airain N 14 chains to the bcKluuini;, containini; Defendant. I'urfUanl to u judgment rendered at the August Term, l'JIll, the underfilled CoiTiniiHsion. r will bell at imlilic auction to thu liii'Jii'sl and liest bidder on the iiremifoa in (iarraid County, Kin. tucky, at 10 o'clock a. in. or there- - Uoliert Chcsnutt, t stump; thence S 40 E 10 chains property In two tracts as set out herein lo n as First Tract nnd Second Tract, and pin oak stump; thence S 40 W 8.H1 he will then offer the property as a chains, corner to Hager; thence 00 K whole, olletlni; the entire tract, anil 5 chains S 70 E 23 27 chains to a stake; will accept the. bid or bids realizing the thence N 23 K 0 50 chains N 71 W3.80 most money. chains to the beginning, containing 1 16.87 acres. The purjwses of this Hale are to setI). Chesnutt, said land was inherited In Title tn tle the estate of Thomas plaintiffs aid defendants from then deceased, Bud pay the residue ot said GAKItARD CIKCUIT COUKT. D. father, Sherman Sanders, and beiny indebtedness airiiinst same after apply SarBh Denny'a 1'laintlhT, Adm'r, st ing the iHTsnnal property thereon, and the same land conveyed to VS. Sanders from Cyrus Sanders Heirs b dividing the proceeds among his heirs Defts, Com'r, by deed dated March 11, 1912, Sarali Denny's heirs, et al, ut law as their interest may appear. and recorded the Garrard County rursuaut to a judgment rendered at Clerks office ininDeed Hook TKKMS. 28. page 458. the August Term, 11)1 C, the undersign Office at Kainey's Livery Stable. The tale will be made on n credit of ed Commissioner will sell at public auc The purpose of said sale is to divide six and twelve months and tliepurclias tion to the highest and best bidder, be- the proceeds thereof among the joint Loncoster. Kentucky er or purchasers will he renulred to ex fore the Court House Door in Lnncas owners. ecute bonds with approved security tor ter, Ky, at 11 o'clock, A. M. or there TEKMS. the purchase price, due in six and abouts, on The property will be sold on a credit twelve months respectively, bearing of six and twelve months and the pur MONDAY, SKITEMHEK 25. 1910, Inteiest nt the rate of six per cent per eha.er will be required tn execute bonds annum from date until paid, having the it being the first day of the Garrard with approved security, due in six nnd force and elfect of n judgment for County Court Term, tin teal estate twelve months respectively, nnd bear which execution may issue, payable to mentioned tu the pleadings and describe Ing interest nt the rate of six per cent W II. Ilrown. Mnster Commissioner ed as follows: Per annum from date until paid, huvlni' ol the Garrard Circuit Court, and a Hen In Garrard County, Kentucky, on the the force and effect of a jtidcment up will he reserved upon the property sold waters of Faint Lick Creek and known on which execution may Issue, payable K. V. Mo r row, Crailuate Owenn (llsa.es Fitter! Hatulactloa (Insranli Ml until all the purchase money is pain. as part of the J. VV. and E. M. tn W. H, Hrown. Master Commissioner tract of lai d biunded as follows: V. II. HItOWN, M. C. G. C. C, of the Garrard Circuit Court, and n lien al a marked walnut bush near il served upon the tunpertv I'ursiinnt to the same judgment above a drain on II. Itamsey line nnd corner will be r the purchase money Is paid.so until all rererred in the undersigned ailmintatra to lot laid oil to Jas. Denny Jr. 14 poles W. II. HKOWN. M (' G. C C tors will pell the personal property he and thence his line N 29 W in all hfi) longing tn ssid estate, consisting of poles to a stake nt stone fence oh north R. H. Tomlinson, Att'y for IMffs. horses, mules. hoes nnd cattle and farm west side of the Slnvin llrauch on Jno. Phone 391-ing Implementa at the same time and Walker line; thence said line with said place, on u credit of three months with fence S 41 W 11 poles to a stake 2 ft iuUrcst from date except nil amounts from said fence, corner to Walker, BUCKEYE, KY. under $10 00 to be cash. Dinner erved thence S C5J W 4 poles to n double on the ground. Sale will begin prompt buckeye tree, corner to same; thence Iv nt 10 o'clock. along with stone fence S V) W fil.ofi J T and J. V. Chcmiltt, Admr's txiles to n stake on South east side of said stone K passing S of Thomas I). Chesnutt. dee'd. II. Itamseyfence; thence 3.0C7 oles nnd corner nt thence on the same course with said Cap. I M. Dunn, Auctioneer. GARRARD CIKCUIT COUKT. Itamsey In nil 87.0 poles to a stake corFine Cut Flowers. ner to said Itamsey: thence in line to John Foster's Adm'r, et al. Fill's, same N .10 E I If poles to the beginning VS. containing 23 acres. Said owners got John M. McRoberts. et al, Defts. title to said land as the heirs nt law of John 1'ursuant to u judgment rendered nt said Sarah Denny, deceased. Said land Is the same land deeded to said Sarah the August Term. 11)10. the undersigned Denny by deed from Dovlc Hrown nnd Commissioner wnl sen nt pub ie nuction OF her hubnml dated February 25. 1911, to the highest and best bidder, before and recorded in Deed Hook 27. page the Court lloufe door in Lancaster, 421), Garrard Ounty Clerk's ofh'ce nnd Ky, et 11 o'clock, A. M. or thereabouts GAHUAItl) CIUCUIT COUKT. same willed to said Dennv bv the will on Willard Harlow, et al. I'laintiils. of John Dennv dated March 1. 1909. MONDAY. SEITEMHEK. 25. 1910, and probated In Garrard County Court il being the first day of the Garrard Paint Lick. VS Kentuo March recorded in Jesse Harlow, et al. Defendants County 23rd. 1909. nndin Will Hook saiil County Court Term the real estate 7., mention! tl in the pleadings Clerk's ofTice and des Pursuant to a judgment rendered at pntre 214. cribed as follows: II. Casey, I). V. JL the August 'term, lUlli, the undersignThe purpose of this sale is to settle A certain tract of land being and sited Commissioner will sell at public auc the estnte of Sarnlt Denny, deceased, uated in Garrard County. Kentucky, tion lo the highest and best bidder, and divide the proceeds if any remain same land that was con the Court House door in Lancas- after payment of debts, among her and being the H. Veterinary veyed to Jno. rolls bv T. M. Dailey ter, Ky, at 11 o'clock, A. M. or thereas their interest may aid wife and by O. W. 1'olls and wife abouts, on appear. Veterinaty by deed ot record in the (iarrard Coun Graduate Cincinnati MONDAY, SKITKMUEIt 23. 191G. ty Clerk's ollice in Deed Hook 20. page TEKMS; College. it being the first day of the Garrard The sale will be made on a credit of 3s5, and dated October Oih. 190o, and KENTUCKY. County Court Term the real estate six months and the purchaser will be lieeil hook il'. Page 477 and dated DANVILLE, mentioned in the pleadings and des- required to execute bond with approved March '21). 1907. said land is bounded on cribed as follows: the North by Sebastian and Son. and security for the purchase price, due in In Garrard County. Kv. on the waters six months hearine? interest at the rate Knsa Kay; on the East by the lands of of Sugar Creek and Is the dwuer land of six per cent per annum from date America I'otts, on the South by Sebasallotted out of the lands of J. M. Hir until pan, having the force and ellect tian and Son and contains about 16 low tu his widow Nancy Harlow, (now of a judgment for which execution may acres. Said roster got title to said deceased) by proceedings in this Court issue, pavahle to W. II. Hrown. Master land by deed from It. L Elkin. trustee FUNERAL DIRECTOR in the action of J. M. Harlow 8 heirs. Commissioner of the Garrard Circuit of Jno. II I'otts dated the 14th day of Office Over National Iianft. bounded and described as follows: It Court, and n lien will be reserved Uwn April. 1909, nnd recorded insaid clerk's Includes the dwelling houe and im me property solil until all the purchase office in Deed Hook 33, page 522. Residence I'hone 3. OlSce rhone 27 piovements beginning at a stone in money is paid. the purpose of this sale is to settle LANCASTER, KV. l.eander Davidson a line and corner to the of Foster, deceased. W. II. UKOWN, M. C. G. C. C. and estate the John Jesse l.edford; thence with said Daviddivide proceeds, if any remain chains to a stone L. L. Walker, Atfv for I'ltL son X 71'J VY 20 after payment of debts, among his at the end of a stone fence, corner to A. M. llourne. Auctioneer. apas their interest ma pear. Davidson and in line to the John Stone place, now T. I.. Yantis; thence with TEKMS. said 1 antis N 5 K 23 15 10U chains to The sale will be made on a credit of a stake in said line, a new corner; six months and H e purchaser will be thence new lines N 76 E passing a stone required tn execute bond with approved an old corner at 7 M100 chains; thence security for the purchase price due in to close out at cost. on same course and with a wire fence six months bearing interest at the rate 7 00 100 chains more, making in all OF LAND. of six per cent per annum from date 14 chains to a stake at said fence until paid, having the force and effect G. C. COX, 12 links V.Ail of a colfee bean pointer of a judgment for which execution may- new corner; thence another new line S issue, payable to V. II. Hrown, MasGAKItARD CIKCUIT COUKT. 11 K 18 1'iO.lHO chains to u point in a ter Commissioner of the Garrard Cir drain, in line to the whole boundary. Kichard Uoyle's Adm'r. et al, I'lfTs. cuit Court, and a lien will he reserved OiliceHoursa.rr.m ar il adjoining Jesse Ledford; thence up upon the property fold until all the VS. said drain with meanders and with l.ed Maggie lloyle. et al, Defendants. purchase money is paid. chain") S 3S W ford S 03 W 3 H. K. Eeony and W, W. II. HROWN, M C. G. C. C. chains to n point on said drain Fursunnt to a judgment rendered at thence leaving dram S 14 E 14 35 lOil the August Term, 11)10. the undersign- H. C Kauffman. Att'y for Tiffs. Doctors Of Denial Surgery. chains to the beginning, containing 5! ed Commissioner will sell at public auc- A. 31. tiourne. Auctioneer tion to the hiuhesit and best bidder, be. IS 100 acres. Office. lormts Biilldlugovei Hurt A A!rr The purpose of this sale is to settle fore the Court House door in Lancaster ou' umlture Store. the estate of J. M. Harlow, deceased. Ky, at 11 o'clock, A. M. or thereabouts LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. and divide the proceeds, after jinyment on of cost of this action, among his heirs- MONDAY, SKITEMHEK 25. 1910, a their interest may appear. it being the first day uf the Garrafd TEltMS. County Court Term the real estate 1 he sale will be made on n credit of mentioned in the pleadings and dessix and twelve months nnd the pur cribed as follows: chaser will be required to execute bond In Garraul County, in the Clt ot with approved secmily for the purchase Lancaster, Kentucky, and the title to price, due ill six nr.il twelve months same was inherited by pluintilfs nnd respectively, bearing interest at the defendants from Richard UoUe, di rate of six per cent per milium from ceased, and the same wus convoked to dale until paid, hadng the force and Richard Hoyle b Vt . M. Hush und wife Vinr elTect of n judgment for which execn by deed Jilted December 2D, 1W18. in d tnin mav issue, payable to V. II recorded in the Garrard County Cleik's Itrnwn, Master Cnminiasinnrr of the Ollice Deed Hook 1 , page 37. and tinrrard Lircuii Court, and a lien will the same is described as follows: He he reserved upon the property sold un ginning nt u stake corner to Dr. Hu-- h til all the purchase money is pahl on the cemetery line; thence with said Everything for Ordiard. I.nun nnrt W. II. HItOWN. M. C. G. C C. line N 21 h 13 08 poles to a stake, cor ner to sunl Hush: thence S 051 E IS ;!'. Garden. Wm. Herndon, Att'y for 1'IITs., poles to a stake; thence S 2U W 13 O.s A M. llourne. Auctioneer. Write for free Catalogue. No Ante poles to a stake, corner to George; thence N 05 W l! 55 Kiles to the be acres. ginning, containing H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. The purpo-- e of lids sale is to settle the estate of Richard Hovle. deceased. Lexington. Kentucky. and to divide the proceeds among his I'JKi 1S11. as their interest may ap heirs pear. COMMISSIONER'S OF CARDS.1 Pryor, SALE LAND. Or. Wm. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. JIEDWARDJUO COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. Hoxiaker COMMISSIONER'S SALE rs, LAND. H. J. PATRICK Dentist. John Surgeon. heirs-at-la- J, S. Beazlev 75-1- heirs-at-'a- Three Brown Manley CULTIVATORS COMMISSIONER'S SALE Manse.Ky 1 Wttf 0 1 HUN TREES 13 CSS (JxhLi ,.4 lHn"glil HUNTERS 111 Fruit and Shade Strawberry Plants, s. Shrubs. Grape Rhubarb. Asparagus. Tre Roses, Phlox, Peonies 1 COMMISSIONER'S at-la- SALE OF LAND. GAltllAItD CIUCUIT COUKT. Alfred Dunn's Ailm'r., with the will annexed. l'laiutilf Jacob SchulzCompany IncuriwratfJ, Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 339-1'J- All Occasions. Prompt Attention -or 8:1. All Orders Receive Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. VS Adam Dunn, et al, Defendants. I'ursuant to u ludmuent tendered at the August Term. lull!, the undersign ed Commissioner will sell at puullc auc tion to thu highest and best bidder he- e fore, the Court llou.-- door in Lancaster Ky , at 11 o clock a m., or thereabouts on MONDAY. SElTEMIll'.lt 25. IDIC It bring the llrat day of the Garrard Count) Ttrm the real estate mentioned and describtd us in the pleading follows; A certain house and lot hi l.ar.custer. Garrard County. Ky, on Huford street, 133 tin ucres. bounded on the North bv lorn JenniiiL's: SKCOND TK CT. lli'Hinninn at the north Kate post of on the West by Huford Street; on the and on the u Kate In line to Uoliert Itankin a new .South uv lolie corner; thence Willi sanl Itankin ff b0 Hast by Jo I'elmau und contains a fraction. V pussinn corner tu same anil David Hie purpose of said sale is to settle Uauklii at ll Ul chains, in all 31 0:1 chains to u luint in m stone lence, cor the eitate of Alfred Dunn, deceased. ner to said David Itankin; thenco S 3 and to divide the proceeds umong the W 31,.rj(l chains to a twint in middle of pintles entitled to same. TKKMS. County Itoud, comer to said Itankin; The property will be sold on a credit thence with road S 83 K IK) chains S 87J B 21. 00 chains S H!) K U.01 chains of nine months and the purchaser will to u noint ill middle of loud, a new be requited to execute bond with ap- corner (iwu willows hear 2ti links NSOi proved security, due in nine months 1,1: thence a new line leavlnir rond urd and bearing interest at the rate of six willi a wire fence N & K 31 3S chains to per cent per annum from date until the lieuinniiiH, contninine; 107.65 acres paid, having tho force and elfect of a Heine; the same property bclontrinir to said Thomas I). Chesnutt. deceased. and inherited lv said plaintiirs and de- Commissioner of the unnniu viuuiv fendant, and conveyed to him bv J. A. Court, and a lien will be reserved upon Ye a ner by deed dated January 2nd the property sold until ull the purchase lUO'l, and recorded In the Clerk's otllce money is paid. of the Gsrrard County Court House in W. II. HKOWN, M. C. G. C. C. Deed Hook No. 18, pane 4H'.l. Wm. Herndon. Att'y for I'llTs. Said Coinmlssiuier will first oiler said A. M. llourne, Auctioneer. SiV TEKMS; The sale will be maile on a credit of six months Hnd the purchaser will be lequired to execute bond with approved security for the purchase price, due in six months bearing interest at six per cent per milium from date until paid, having the force and elfect of a judg ment for which execution may issue. payable to W. II llnnvn. Master Com missioner of tli" Garrard Circuit Court, and a hen will be reserved upon the property sold until nil the purchase money is pant. W. II. HKOWN. M. C. G. C. C J. E Kobinson, Atfv for riffs. M. llourne, Auctioneer. A. TAKE NOTICE. More Silo rw "COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. GARRARD CIKCUIT COUKT. Hurton Sanders, et al, l'laiutiffs, VS. Ida Sundlrs, et al, Defendants. 1'ursuaut tu a judgment tendered at 11)10. Less Money Male no deal for a silo without getting our figures and futures. We give more and better anchorage. Staunchtr door frame, Steel. hinged, four. latch door. Steel itep ladder, step every IS inches. Better compara. live construction throughout. Get Our Prices Before You Buy Our difA hlpment of tntj nuUcr tiling tur for ipcna rean more ny J company cn giv ! Uv tnd ftitd opcrttmf tea nwnry Commissiouet will sell ut public auction to the highest and best bidder before the Court House dour in Lancaster Kv. at 11 o'clock A M , or thenabouts, on MONDAY, SKITKMUEIt, 25. I'JIli, LH1 the August Term. the undcrsh-'ne- d fi. you. thn ut pri it utlk figunt KENTUCKY SILO CO. W. I'. Kincat.l. Mgr. Stan fm il. Kv. IIASKLDKN IIIIOS. ,K2rX? ?. "... !'. . .'v V . "'"..i0"""'11 and ilet- - m?'' . pieadings Located in Garrard County. Kentuc ky, on the watei a of Hack Creek, beginning at an ush tree corner to Mrs. Hroaildus; thence 41 W 8.50 chains N 29 W 0 60 chains to center of Huck Creek. UP suiiie North CI W 13 hi chains S thence S 7 W 19 chains to1 Agents for (iarrard County. "; Till Aureement Witnesseth; That in order to protect the name on our IuihU for a period of three yearn wo hind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor I permit nnjlioily ehe to do o, anil wo further iiKtee to prosecute with all persons who violate the game-lawof Kentucky or trespass upon our hinds fur the purpose of hunting. Ana we further acree to act as Deputy 'Gume Wardens for the purpose of car-- 1 rvliiir out this agreement. Except each of us have the right tu kill rabbits on our .'arms or permit It to he done by another under our supervision, or the supervision of borne responsible and reliable person Bolec'ed by us. This November 15th, 11)15. It. L Elkin, J. E. Kobinson, Jno, M. Karra, W. II. Hrown, W. It. Iturton, Alex Walker, llaselden Ilros., T. A. Elkin. K. M. Tinder. J. II. Dalton. Logan Hubble, John II. Smith. .1. N. Itoss. li. M. Deshoti, Kisher Herring, II. II. Cox, Hughes llroii, J. W, Sweeney. Withers Ilros, W. M. Mahan, William, Marcus and Jim White, It. V. Wilmot, J. I). I'op.-- . Krtd J. Conn, Mrs. David Chenatilt. J, iV. Elmore, W. It. Conk. T. C. Itankin, Hulfman Ilros, 5am Cotton, Wm. (1. Anderson. T. M. Arnold. Jr, W. Ii. Moss-Jno- . M. White, U. K. Henry. A. I). Itradahaw, llright Herring. It. L. Darker. Scott HuffiuiM l ne Central Record, Thursday Sept 2 Assort-ments.of I 1 i o H-- i-l We have Now in Stock Full the Latest and Best in r , 'n PLENTY OF WORK FOR SEA ROOKIES So Busy That They Do Not Havo Time to Writa M H 11 1 1 II t H 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Farm and Garden MAKING A FARM'S (4pe Iff nt COLUMN I thm ttiour Hill h1iiiirl rot bihI firlii Uiwrr fiilfrrtlff, of tt for n ririlw1 w J iicli Ihitif mi lhf ikI? o( ((( Ii immaiiil Urm ti tin" fntmrr munol nrTnrii n M.Hrr ( Ladies Tailored Suits. Coats, Serge and tt.. Letters. LIFE COLD FRAME. 'Inm ft ft No imltrr hi1 wilt of AH 'rrr 'ttt! t tn r (t rr tour nl th ROUTINE OF DAILY Silk Dresses. Waists and Furnishings. New goods of all kinds are coming in every day now, and see the new goods as opened. Even if not Arise at 5 a. m. and Scrub the Dscks D.for. Brtakfatt Firing Ouns and Drilling Show of Proper Training, Such as Thsy Ars Catting at Nd Pr.l.nt. ready to buy now, you can get an idea of what is to be worn and can decide better what you will want later. Tailored Suits. over two hundred new We have in stock suits at all prices from $15. to $60. The materials are Wool Velours, Broadcloths, Gabardines, Serges, to-da- y Poplins, Whipcords, Etc. Colors are Burgundy, Plum, Green, Dark Brown, Navy and Black. We are sole agents for the sale of Wooltex Suits for Boyle, Mercer, Garrard and Lincoln Counties. Prices $25. up. Finest Tailored Suits Made. Serge Dresses. Greatest season ever known for Serges. We show over one hundred at all prices from ?7. to $45. Dressy Jf f and tailored effects mostly straight line, hut some fitted all the newest styles. Trimmings are Oriental Embroidery, satin and broadcloth, braided and beaded. Peter Thompson Dresses of all wool Serge at $7. Many pretty serges at $10., $J2. and $13.50. Coats and Furs. This Is The Store That Sells Wooltex Coats ihe worlds best coats. Prices for Wooltex Coats $19.75 to SCO. Also we have the best ideas in Coats from the New York makers at all prices from $10. up. Winter Coats suggest Furs and we have many to show you. Scotch Mole, Hudron Seal, Deavers, Nutria. Jap Mink. Eastern Mink. Raccoon, Black. Grey, Red and White Foxes, Black Lynx, Etc. Always see our furs before buying and you will save money. Silk Dresses For all occasions. Attractive street dresses, house dresses, and afternoon dresses, in Charmouse, Crepes, Meteors, Georgette, Etc., at all prices from SI 5. to $85. About twenty exquisite styles of Party and Dance dresses at $19.75 to 33. These you will enjoy seeing even if you don't go to parties. Ladies Furnishings. Ladies Sweaters in wool and silk from $3. to $9. Special line of genuine imported Japanese Kimonos from S2. to $15. An immense assortment of new Collars in Organdies, Georgette Crepe de Chene and broadcloth from 25c to $2. Remember that we are agents for McCnllum Silk Hose and we are selling them at old prices. Gossard Corsets all at old prices. A. B. ROBERTSON DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. & BRO. The Store That Sells Wooltex. PAINT LICK Mrs McLin spent Saturday in Richmond. Lewis Guvn. Mr James Woods spent the week end Mr Iturdett Ramsey is suffering from with friends in Danville. In emptying a very painful accident Miss Margaret Francis has been visitsome unalackcd lime, a lump flew into ing relatives in Richmond. his eve buirn'ng the hall. While it is Mr nd Mrs Guy Rice were guests of not serious, it is causing much pain. Mr and Mrs Mid Ross, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Anderson have Rev. Felix Rogers of Oklahoma, is returned from Isabella, Tenn, where brother, Mr l'al Rogers. visiting his they have been visiting their (laughter. Mr and Mrs R. G. Woods attended Mrs. R I,. Hill. Mr. Anderson also the State Fair at Louisville last week. visited his son Mr. S. G. Anderson, in j tMrs James Davis is in Richmond with Mississippi. her mother, Mrs McGuire. who Is quite Mrs. Annie Ilrown entertained a few ill. g young people informally Tuesday Mr Charles Miller of Dallas, Texas in honor of MiJses Archie Maupin in thin nnd Elizabeth Richardson. has been the guest of relatives A delightvicinity. ful lunch was served and the evening Mr S. M. Denny returned Sunday was very much enjoyed by all present. from h five weeks stay in Ilattle Creek. The Union Sunday School at the Michigan. Chfistaln church organized a "Training Mrs W. C. Fish who has been quite for Service" class last Sunday which ill for several days is some better at will meet each Friday evening at 7;30. this writing. Ever) body who cares to attend will Miss Mary Lear spent the past week be cordially invited. The class will be wi'h Mrs Charles Knight in Louisville in charge of i'rof. Long, of the Graded School. and attended the fair. Mr and Mrs Lackey Bnd daughter, of Mrs. Smith entertained the Nickel Madison, have been. the guests of Mr Club, Wednesday afternoon, delicious and Mrs Robert Arnold. refreshments were served. At this Mr and Mrs Walter Hammack moter-- d meeting it was decided to give a supper out from Lancaster, Monday and In the near future for charitable spent the day with friends. puriioses. This Club now has eleven Mrs K. L. Woods and MrsT.R. Slavin members with an addition at almost have leturned from a several Weeks every, meeting, a'tay in Ilattle Creek, Michlgun. Millinery Opening, SatMrs B. O. Farris, Mrs Nettie Iluhn urday Sept. 23rd. Old la aid children of Silver Creek, are visit- young ladies, Misses dles, j.ig friends and relatives In Louisville. Mrs. J. 11 Patrick and Miss Sullio And Children are all invited , ' Woods will have their Millinery opening q Share With US some of Saturday Sep. Zi Evervbody cordially OUf piCSSUreS. invited to attend. . Mrs. a Mr and Mrs John Wallace of Star Xity. Inl and Mrs I'rico Williams of The series of lervices which have 'KUthton, were recent guests of Mr and been conducted at Mt. Tabor church by , Messrs Harold, of Waco, Texas, and Mrs Edd Williams. A series of protracted services will Martin, of Tampa, Florida, came to a begin at Old Paint Lick church on Oc' close on Sunday evening. These first. Rev. Wm. Telford, of secrated men labored earnestly for the ttichmond, will conduct these services, salvation of souls and on Sunday after- eve-liin- Among those who attended the Slate Fuir the past week were Messrs Harry Francis, Woods Walker, Robert Walker, O. C. Rucker, George Noe and noon the ordinance of baptism was administered to thirty two persons. Eight united by letter making a total of fortr persons who were added to the member; ship of the church. The Inside. j White King (418987) Nuture student, quick now which Bide of a pacifist does the iqokh grow our Bred In the Bone. I'ure, unadulterated honesty Is bred bone It is not the result of In the education. Will make the season at my place, on Kirksville pike. Beot of All. on time It Is good to be rich. It Is gratifying At $1. Cash to be popular, but it Is better than White Ming was calved Jane 5, 111 J, gold or iMjpulnrlty to have a host of bred by J. T. Hackley. Stanford. Ky. good friends. lie is by Sunshine. lOWJ. Dam Mercer Maid 2nd., by Oeorg II. UirJH. 2nd. Dam Mercer Maid, by Shawnee. Where They Get It White King is a solid white many 120711. Wisdom lurks In queer place him n congressman bus become famous by and good judges pronoun tier enlarging the Ideus be picked up at feet type of short horn blood Grocery Store Country dub. or $2. Herman Sebastian. w. rants. . con-tob- The undersigned hereby g've warning to all ieraons not to trespass uxn our lund for itnv litlrrwittn wlmlMv.r n. , ,, To Remove Tar. .... , " "'"moors 10 iuj. ""' Tar may bo removed from the huodi by rubbing with the outside nf fresh or-- wt extent of i law. Hunters ami ango or lemon peel und drying liiiino- - Fishermen especially take notice, dlately. The volatile oils dissolve tut Ed & N II Price it. L. Elktn no that It can be rubbed off. j W. R. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. 11. O. Arnold. James G. Conn, J. C. Morgan, The "Flying Typs.,! J. P. Dland. The army avlutor of today Is picked Long Bros J. II. and W. S. W saver ... n ....(.. I. ........ ... ...In, I n..,l W. T. West. J. Uooth Sutton. first thing that strikes you W. I. Lawson and son. Howard King, and the him Is a sort of feline, wound ubout Miss Carrie Iloulden, J. H. Itigsby, niertucss. iiicu you uuiu,j q Riggby John Richardson, J. II. Woods, whose lot It Is to express himself In , ,, Ihompson, Jno. M. Farra. deeds ruther thau words. And lastly Kelly, David Steven. there Is the quiet seriousness, verging S. C. Rigsby. almost on sadness, of the uiau who f "n.k J. II. Thompson. ' "?, o".,' must hold himself reudy to look death Am and Ed Iiourne. between the eyes at uny moment, and i Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar yet keep his wind detached for other r. li. Ihomnson. W. II. Cummins. Wm. Lear. things. Lewis It. Freeman, In tba Jerry Illand. We will add other name for 25 cent August Atlautlc. cash. Invisible. I tf-j Ouird for ringer Rings. An Ingenious new guard for finger rings Is worn Inside u ring nnd presses against the linger to prevent it turning, ut the suine time being ulmost 1 law, POSTED T'j'n' The first of the John Paul Jones hil.hrls extra quality, FIK Rai.K-4- 00 cruises forth lllnns on the reserve ships ah.olutrly clean wheat. (!. A Swinebrnwl. of the Atlantic licet tins seen aiheu-tur- e sulMldlug Into work. At leait It's For Kent: .Mv farm of Its.) nrrr. In that wny on the Vliglnla, which Lincoln co, on Osh Orchard ami Slsn-for300 tald recruits from Ilostou. Klllclency demands that under pike, 3 mile from Stanford. nr Mrs. Nannie Slier. conditions the men tiro three shots a Phone minute. It takes ten to man n twelve Lanra.trr. Inch gun, from the shell men down lu Ihe hold, four decks below the turFor Rent for the year 1917. a house ret, to the pointer aboe. It took the and 15 acres if grass, anil 20 acres to civilian crew jtmt live minutes from j lu- - put III wheat. "hoist awny" to "lire." Yet trnluiil J. F (Vinn, crew goes through It nil In twenty It. F. I) no Lancaster. Ky. seconds, shell a Tier kIicII, to the end, It was ii belter lc"on than any amount , FOR SALE: One horse wagon and . of preparediic-talks In the harness, one hocklxtsrd am) tun feed of trained men It Is a scientific Job, boxes, capacity 40 bushels each. this one of being a modern tighter, re- Mrs. I t;. Iturker, of . quiring the proper brain ami hand and eye and nenc. Paint Llrk. Ky. That Is what the training cruise Is for to get men rendy so that prcclom i FARM FOR SALE. months need not le spent In teaching men to shoot. Sugar Creek, live miles from On i roLU riuxit j Th. Dost Drill. known as the Julio Lackey farm. Tor Ixmt drill the men are dhlded! slilet and Uiltoin A few lnr!-- s of For information see W. II. Lsrkey, Into regular full crcwi. The) man or choli n rhotild then l. tif l.anratrr, Ky the davits nod lower away and man lu mid the plants In plitngeil the oars mid row unay. Among the Into It. Roscoe Hud. Fresh Cow For rookies nre half of Harvard's first The (tew men Merrick, llnrwixnl. White requiretemponiry cold frame does Dt sen. Hubble, n tilt nnd tin Ih const no Ird nnd Allen. They aic In the unif boat, Mo- k. frame l lm A fine psir of mules was sold at the nnd thero nre eight other men In the of one Inch top of The ground on soil on the wltu them. The oars are narrow, pi) het boat which hm In'cn stipplliMl with plenty Stale Fair for t'Otl. and the seats don't slide. It it half of of organic matter It nuy or may nor the brawn that rowed Yale off the Three or four II P Gaslx of the same dimensions a. the hot WANTED last June. lull, but since the standard of oline Engine, mounted on trucks or one "Hut somehow," as one man sadly I). M Carter null la ll iy 3 fret It N more coll that can ! so mounted, tnmnrlrA.1 "If ..vim lli. ..im,-- " Cartersville Ky. tf it,,, ii... .,i,..,M ..r. th.. o.i. Mcnlent to make the frame of the same rt.n nf llio tnitii.-- l ,..r for width. The length. howetiT. U not my house and lot at arbitrary and rnn I e made to stilt con f desire tn "form." In the lumbrrlne by .' foot llurkeye for ths- - year of 1917. dltlous. Ordinarily for n of the ship's Uat. Mrs. Mary IVickcrson Richmond Ky Then there arc the otd rookies, men garden two sasli will sulllce. If the frame Is to Ii' nxed ns n seed who rowed on the long sweeps when lcd In whhh to ral'e plants for trans Foil Re.it Good farm at the bead the Vlrghfln was a youngster. They arc accumulating a good bit of extra planting to the oh-i- i It should have waters nf Sugar Creek. preferably s rather light sandy loam weight amldshli and show roll as A. W. Kavanaugb. tbey walk, Hut tbey are game soil sod, but If It Is to l iimiI for matur pnll at the oars as they did on the ing early spring or fall crops It should House and let Horse and Carnag winning vnrdty In '03 or so. They contain nn abundance of organic mat fur sale J. If. Meunt come In pulling and played oat after ter. A soli for maturing crops Is usual a practice row, but there is the light ly too rich to Im used as a seed lied FOR' SAI.ETA fine old of excitement In their eyr, which The soil should 1k well smoothed with Southdown puck. I .aw son and Ilrown. comes from living over again well re an Iron toithcd rake In order to make It as fine as possible. The sash, If put membered times. FOR' HAr.E.-Thr- ee heifers and on for a ronple of days tiefore the seed They ore meu ratn nw, G. W Elam. ery one of these 3o) recruits. They Is planted, tends to warm up the soli one good huU'calf, rise at 3 to the lio'su's pipe, tumbling and greatly assist the germination of For Hale:iPolani China boar, 1 year out of their hammocks six feet to- the the- seeds. old, a good. one. floor. They lash their hammocks In C II. Green, the required nautical way with Paint Lick Ky, Route 2. Now Dsmson Plum. number of hitches. Then they Damsoo plums and plum butter are Ky roll up their bmnd legged sailor pants two Pennsylvania products, but the J. P. IUII.nl, Oabk-ehardto the knees and swab down the decks great drawback to the old fashioned has 1112 utxsl wosJawil aOQ )earlin( with cold sea water. They polish brass damson U that the fruit Is so small wethers, that ho says neeu new and wah paint, ns though their very that It takes n long time to pick a Isome. existence depended on the Job. I.cdgi-bushel, nys the 1'hllsilelphln Millionaire Washing Brass--It I'ur that reason the Shropshire damson Farm for txtlu: .t acres well IrtV might be funny to see a man has become apuuir because the fruits Isliwhose fortune runs to millions shining are much larger. And now we have (innl )' miles from Laneasteron brass In a wny that would not earn another daneum plum. The Trench ngton piko near Camp In'ck Robinson, him $3 a day. Yet you know that brass damson ha.t been Introduced to the For further information apply to polishing Is not his goal, That Is Incl nuroury trade nnd bids fair as soon as Dunn Ilhos.. Ijincaster Ky. dental to the larger work of being I'm. Its goo,l qualities are known to usurp Phone 10 U ItryantHvilV. i the older varieties In Its impularlty .l I) pared to help on n big In I'.'.-time of danger The rrvurfi damson Is tnrdy In tree. STltAYKI)-Kii- n my place about After cleaning comes breakfast and Is very fruitful and holds Its fruit ninl after breakfast assembly, with setting' foliage well. The trees are larger an I two ws'cka ago n red Pimc ntiw weigh. up exercli.es. I'rom that to gun pruc more prodt-tlthan most damsons itig about 'J(l h)uihK Reward for in quality, hand formation the they go Immediately, then Ui boat The. fruit Is en client drill, to classes of special Instruction to some hi np eaniiiiv, of large sire nod Tom Cbesmitt. Marksbury, Ky. when fully rlH- or after a toiiih of torpedo defense stations, taking barely time for a lilte or dinner In between light frost It dill I0 euten out of the .Senator It. L. HubMe. of Stanford. Jtiey ure trying to teucu the recruits nana wun a reiisti, its season is a tho utmost It Is (sisslble to learn in the 'ek or two later than (lint nf the Ky, sold to McCmy Ilros., of North time of the cruise, nnd every- - minute Is Shropshire, whl h Is an iidvantuge, ns Middletown, Ky, rsss great roadtrr precious. It helps to prolong the mid the mare, Allsa I agei ?r fa0. Mie is one "I don't ecn get time to wrlte-- let- Price of plrnns Is going up nt the sain, of the best roadsters out this year and ter," s.'ijs one dapper sailor plaludicly "lie. lias won nine blues-mten shows some unKuown ruioii the stone "I have written 'liear Wild' tlvu times, llrothers sum her win the blue ctlngit lu some seasons, but It Is free nt ami that is us far ns get." tie in the rondsUtr ring at the Knights From "turn to" nt r of Dm- grny others. t Pythias fair at Stanford and at once morning to "taps" at U of tho woary began negatiatlons for her purchase. night the men work nnd learn. They ooooooooooooooooooooouoooo are displaying a remarkable quickness 'During or ten weeks that BHS OF POULTRY WISDOmI for the mechanism of gun ami: ships. o cows go dry, their food should be chief. The days nru full of work, but they nre o oauoooooooouoooooooooooooa Iv roughage.,.":) Prof. T. L. Haecker also run or accomplishment. Tough grass Is of no valiiu US- - 1 in a recent bulletin. i nun i hiiow- wnai in no wiiji m.v "A daily allow-anr- e men. said the coiiimninlliig olllcer of green foisl. Itetter sow solllu iplllfk of two pounds of bran or oats, or another tes.el of the fleet to the oap-- growing crop. a mixture tit two rts of each bran , l hoppi-itain or I Ik greatly m.iic the and oats, utd out part of linseed meal "Keep 'em nt work," Cuptnin, JneU-- work. If they are kept! Illlwil' Ihe or corn nam), makes a proper feed for ' sou aihlscd him cbli'ks will neter go hungry. a cow ntaa Halving. Some roots, cal .Not that Urn Is all work for If )our chicks nro noh iloli well bsge, pumpkins, or squashes are very tes. Morning ami evening n Ihwui t something Is wrong. I.wk out r Ihe good. Highly carbonaceous rougage, rlgge.I from the side of the ship slop and for worms In tho Intestine. lng down tn the water, and down tt hens hud lwlter be sent auch ua straw and corn stalks, Is tioU Two yeur-olIhe men go. to sw Im. Prolmblv half i.r I to the market. They seldom iy for good at this particular time. <li them go In, the water. Th other half their feed If Kept uvur a tbJ.nl season. feedjwith cold water, cold draftf,. or lean oxer the sides nnd cheer. The Grit und oyster shell should bo In- lyinx out at night on damp or fuie.i-grounwater Ih cold and very salty. If a cluded lu tho rijion for Isith young are the chief causes of caked swimmvr stnjs too cof-1- . the stdei of and old. To iiuglect tbU would bo uduVtr or garget." tho ship a Utile wave wtll come and poor economy. slap him iignlust tho Iwrd anuor plate. Young stock, will do better It not Therefore most of thv ukhi swim out. The record price for mules was palii compelled to kick their living with tho followed by a lifeboat. old. Thero will W be less troublo in Stanford last week. Th. Journil Who said men do Ihe well In the from lire. says: High price mule vsaurds of nary? Asparagus nn toast, steaks, Rhado It out o( tho roost Inqiortant several years' standing In Jis part of roosts, grapes, orutkges, riiiitaloupes these ore Items, vmxeit at random essentials during; the but months, (let tho state were broken liw Saturday from the menu the hut three dnys. the chicks Into the orchard and co ra- when Charley Lutes, of Coldsboro, N. C , paid Harris & Woods ef this city a At every meal enough Is thrown away ti eld. A grvwliig chick will not thrlrs on cool $700 for their pair of s to feed several large families. old gws, by the Isnrd. The only short nit Ions. It Ihe right kind of mare mules. An I. J. represketatlva requirement Is that men remove their food Is fisl thero Is little danger of saw the draft on a North Carolina bank every meal n ' QTerfeollng. especially It they art) gtT- hats while voting, for the amount naiaed in the transaction plenty or range. dnren men forget It. land Mr, Lutes expresses th belief that he will sell them In the south for $900. These aro the pair of black show mules, with which these local mula breeders have swept the platter clean at the previous faira In this part of Kentucky for several seasons, Mr. Lutea will have them shipped at once and will probably show them at several big fairs in the Tarheel state. So far Per Year In Advance. as known, this price has been equalled in Kentucky but once this year, and, . Lancaster, Kentucky. has not been exceeded car-tie- d 1 ncce-wlt- y I Ijiii-cast- er wn-te- r ! ,l,M-r.lnu-e!l,iLelum-dnes two-yes, r J 111 I 1 t I Vla-lulus f.-I'nstldl-nusnesfive-ye- Is Essentially ths sms Construction as That of a Hotbtd. Cold fniine onttriu lion l eenllnl ly the same im that of the hotlxil. The frame may ! permanent or lemirnry. 1 lie permanent frame uouiii lie made of brli k, icmeiit or heav) plank anil should extend to the lottomj of the pit. The pit for ordinary pur poses need not le ns deep ns that for the ln'll'iM shire im healing material It requlriil. Ilimewr If It l to tio It n n Mnrase pit for half hardy tinners nil penv.:tlnn of three frvt I neiTMnry nhlch should N' lined on nle: Some ,m). nice Alfalfa bated Homer Tin.ley. FOR RENT My farm of fil acres for I!I7. for psrltrttlsrs apply to J. A. (Vnn, Jr. Incnster, ky. FOR RENT -- 35 aces nf gml grsrs ami plenty of wstrr. Mrs Larrie Davidson R. F. I), no 3 l.stirsster. ,t The Central Record $1.00 . .