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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): September 28, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916092801_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 28, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. I'URE REUaiOb, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWENTY SEVENTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY.. THURSDAY AFTERNOON, SEPTEMBER 28. 1916. Fresh oysters at Zlmtner. "58 REX GARRARD SELLS. Mr. W. 0. Goodloe sold last week & Farnau. his noted walking stallion, Itex GarDEMOCRATIC CAMPAIGN rard, to Mr. L. A. lllnck, of Dcwitt, We linve h good Mare for sbIo Arkansas: This horse has produced Garrard Milling Co. HERE LAST MONDAY. some of the best colts in the county, Our high grade Hour i guaranteed to the kind thnt are always in demand The formal opening of the Democrat bring nti hack again. The price paid Mr. Goodloe was not ic campaign In Gsrrard county took Hudson, Hughe & Farniu. learned, hut It is said to have been a place last Monday, when Lieut. Gov. fancy one. William V. Thorne, of Kminence spoke FOR RKNT-- My farm of 170 acres to a large and enthusiastic audience at at I'alnt Lick. Apply toMis Elizabeth the court house for nearly two hours, BILLY KING rARM"SELLS. Best, Lancaster, Ky, after being introduced by Mr. J. E. The sale of Mr. W. O. King, which Hoblnson Gov, Thorne seemed at his Crimson Clover makes fine early took place last Thursday, as advertised best and shows no worse for the wear grazing. For tale by brought out a good crowd and the bid of many hard fought olitical battles. Hudson, Hughe & Farnau, ding wa spirited, impleall stock and After recounting the many achieveThe farm was ments of The Ladies nf the Baptist church will ments selling well. the Democratic administra have an exchange Nov 29th, also a sold publicly and was knocked olT to tion, he dwelt at some length on the bazaar and handkerchief aale Dec 9th. Mr. Ashby Arnold for $66 25 an acre. peace tnd patriotism of Woodrow WilThis farm contains 137 acres and is son, that has given the American peoIn observance of the Jewish day of said to have been very cheap at this ple such unbounded and material prosatonement or Yom Kippoor, Joseph price. Mr. Arnold will move there perity. His speech was overflowing atore will be closed Saturday Oct 7lh. January 1st. About three hundred with wit, oratory and sarcasm, that barrels of corn sold in the heap, at $3. brought forth deafening applause from Alfalfa I recommended as a paying to $3.30 a Mr. King has ac- the enthusiastic ciowil of barrel. V the tried and crop and soil Improver. have the cepted a lucrative position in Oetioit unterrified. He loudly praised the state best American Grown seed. and will move there the latter part of administrntion under the able guidance Hudson, Hughes & Farnau, the year. of Gov. Owsley Stanley, and his efficV. II llurton bought a nice team of ient stair of lieutenants. Congressman CIIESNUTT FARM mare mule of Ilenry nod Frank Arnold David II. Klncheloe, of Madisonville, and a pair of cocci one of for Brings $154.25 An Acre. J. D. Rankin had been billed to speak here last MonItichard Gentry for $IOS. day, bat owing to the fact that Hon. The Purchaser. Edwin I. Morrow, was to speak in Time was not far back when the Madisonville last Monday, Mr Kincho- boodler was called a statesman or, W. II. Brawn loe was Master Commissioner. forced to break his engagement at worse, n shrewd Mlitician. It is sold publicly yesterday the Chesuutt to the great advantage of this country farm containing 2)1 acres and located here in order to answer the former or Governor in his home that he is now known by his right about five milea from Lancaster on the candidate evening. town that name. Lexington pike, to Mr J. D. Itankin, Tho progress of cities is measured son of T. C. Itankin for $154 25 an acre KING SWOPE SPEAKS. bv the public spirit of th-- ir inhabitant". or a total of $37,235.95, possession to Mr. King Swope, a popular and In. given January 1st. 1!I17, with the Men whoe only inUrcsl is in the is promising young politician, of Dansuccei-- s of their individual business rnav privilege of seeding this fall. This make money for themselves, but they about the largest real estate deal that ville, and the elector on the Republicannot build hucressful cities any more has been made in the county for sever- can ticket from the eighth district, al years and white the price seems large spoke for about one hour to a fairly e than a pile of stones can furnish it was learned that the new owners good audience, after Gov. Thorne had for growing plants. had refused a profit of $10 on thence, finished. The Republican speaker adThis is just the right size town to within ten minutes after it had been mitted the general prosperity that this settle down in ai.d enjoy life. Kverv purchaed. Tim farm lies in the shape country was now enjoying, but said it thing for the comfort of life can be of a brick and it is said that a binder was the effect of the European war bought here and 10 will go as far as can be driven over ever foot of it. The and at its close he predicted one of the $2S - ill in the large cities. When you land is very productive and in a high greatest panics this country has ever want to leave the farm, come to our state of cultivation. A large crowd experienced. He said the seeming town and build a nice comfortable home was on hand and implements and live prosperity was produced by "economic and be among the best people in the stock sold well. conditions beyond the control of Wiworld. lson." Tho colored voter was not much in evidence, although a large BEAUTIFUL SERVICE A man name Stone and a man named sign, carried by one of the colored Wood met on the street in a nearby At Presbyterian Church In Memory Of brothers most of the forenoon, ancity and thrv stopped for a few minnouncing the speaking of Mr. Swope, Beloved Pastor. exchange a few cheerful views utes to failed to bring the desired result. when a woman in n particulary noMr. Swope bitterly denounced the ticeable short gown passed. SimA beautiful and appropriatee memor- administration's Mexican policies, but ultaneously Wood turned to Stone and ial service was held at the I'resbyterian did not say what the Republicans would Stone turned to Wood, then both church last Sunday morning, in mem- have done under the same conditions turned o rubber. ory of their dearly beloved pastor, J. and circumstances. He also denounced Rockwell Smith. At this service the in bitter terms, the state administra Some men seem to think if they get handsome bronze tablet placed on the tion of Governor Stanley. He opposed into a "scrape" and the editor menwall near the pulpit, was formerly dedi- everything that was Democratic and tions it in his paper that he does it out cated to his honored memory. The tab got frequent applause from the lie of malice toward them. In nearly which can be read from any part of publicans present. Mr. Swope was in every case of this kind nothing could I let the church, bears the following inscrip troduced by Mr. Henley V. liastin, a be farther from the truth than such a tion: former Progressive, but now an ar belief. It is the editor's business to "In loving memory of dent and popular Republican. publish local happenings, gotd or bad, J. ROCKWELL SMITH and if a man furnishes material for a 1913-O- ur Pastor-19- 15. bad item he has no one to blame should Yea Saith the Spirit that they FOUR HUNDRED MULES ON it appear. may rest from their labors and their works do follow them." MARKET HERE MONDAY Kinnaird Bros., at Arcade Garaga Taking as his theme, "The immor have now on display a 1917 Hupmobile tality of the soul." Rev. H. S. Hudson Many Of The Best Ones Sold. touring car. The Hupmobile has prov-t- o paid a beautiful and touching tribute be one of the greatest cars madx in to the memory of the deceased pastor, "Lancaster is fast becoming one of America and will give better service and was listened to with rapt atten the best mule markets in Central Ken any car selling near its price, re- tion by his congregation and friends that tUcky", was the expression of several gardless of number of cylinders. If and admirers of Rev. Smith, from of the noted buyers cn the market here you are interested call Arcade Garage, other denominatinos, which practically last Monday. Long before nine o'clock phone 81 and have the Hupmobile dem- filled the large auditorium. The the town began filling with the hybrids. onstrated to you. It church was beautifully decorated with both young and old, and by noon the and lillies. public square was filled and every Kverv line in a newspaper costs the ferns At the close of the service, Mr. Hugh approach leading thereto forone Fquare proprietor something. If it is for the Louisville, brother-in-laof out, was packet) until it was next to an benefit of the individual it should be Fleece, of of the immediate impossibility tc get through the four paid for. If the grocer were asked to Uev. Smith, in behalf in well chosen words, thanked hundred. so thickly were they "parked. contribute groceries to one abundantly family, and congregation for the Aged mules were decidedly in the able to pay for them, he would refuse. the friends love, kindness and apppeciation, shown minority and few of this class pnld The proprietor of- - a newspaper must beloved pastor and his family, in owing to their lack of flesh. The mule pay for the freo advertising if the ben the and sorrow. colts were very much in evidence how eficiary does not. and yet it is one of their hours of trial ever, ar.d the largest bunch ever seen the hardest things to be learned by here, was on hand from seemingly LIGHT FRANCHISE many, that a newspaper has space in Hale Ilea for tale. Hudson, Hughe NUMBER 29. THORNE OPENS Hi 1 of that you may be sure. lis Quitters CONN BROS. COOKING STOVE, HEATER WE ARE NOT H S E A T 0 V E I !j T I arc in the Hardware business to stay. See them now before yoifpurchase your I (SJ N G M and Grates for the winter. A trial of their handmade stove pipe will convince you it. Is the best. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. S E N C" Make Your Home Comfortable. 3FLOR A No. 33 E3 five rooms. Florence Heating" Stove will heat four nnd Make your home like summer all the winter. Holds Fire All Night. Capital $50,000. Surplus $50,000. Efficient Officers. Reliable Directors. Strong Vaults. Here 1 Haselden -- Bros., Kentucky ji Lancaster, It is hard to beat. Best of all, our II Hi AIM U Hie protection of YOUR Interest. a K)or rule thnt will not work both way, ami we know Mint our business thrives only when we do our level, honest best for you. in a combination 13 6e Citizens National Bank OK I.ANCASTKH, KY. J. J. WALKER, II. F. HUDSON, President. Joe J. Wai.kkii, Jk W. 0. r.uiNr.Y, Ass't Cash'r W. F. CIIAMT. Cashier. Vic Prut We will start you in business for your self. We are one of the largest companies in the business anj growing faster than any other. Ours is the only snritary line on the market, so is easier to sell. Valuable territory free at present No capital, just a team and wagon. Those interested write Wanted FURST A Good Reliable Man in every County in Ky. 5 ;? Ji y y t i S THOMAS, Freeport, Illinois, Nicholasville. Ky. OR L. D. CARTER, 1 1 i i Paints- vm t urrn a :SPANISH CAKE. RAISIN POUND. CO All Kinds. All Sizes. r Notice To The Public. I have moved my stock of goods m Window Glass WcRobepts Drug Store cr acli CO into iiput Trr the adjoining building and will be there during the time that my store is being remodeled. I wish to thank my customers for all past favors and to assure them that they will receive the same courteous treatment as heretofore. We will be a little crowded, but my stock will be kept up as formerly. Phone 20. r o m o o r a CO m z c z 03 m LOOK! Buggies Old Hickory Wagons Buggy Harness Wagon Harness Plow Gear Collars Collar Pads Back Bands Buggy'Whips Stoves and Ranges Paints and Oils Pumps Steel and Gulvunized Roofing Flintold Felt Rootling R,ihlu.r rir.. Theo See Currev, Border of "Ad" for Names of Cakes. 'J.in I id HIOHHO 0SlHd3IAl 2 Guarnteed 1 its columns to rent, and must rent them to live. To give away rent for anything less than living rates is as fatal to u newspaper as for a landlord to furnish rent free, Tuesday afternoon of last week Mr. Charles White, of New York City, and Miss Margaret Noland were marred at the home of the brides parent, Mr. and Mrs Sidney Noland, near this city Dr. K. II, Ilarues, of the First Christian Church, officiating. The bride is one of Madison's prettiest and lovliest young ladies. The groom is r prom-huyoung man of New York City i where they will make their home after a visit to the grooms parents at Warsaw, Ky. Itichmond, Ky. Miss Noland will be remembered as one of Lancaster) most popular teachers and she has many friends and pupils heie who wish her "bon voyage." AMON BULL WINS. John Milev Amon is justly proud of the record his Aberdeen Angus bull calf made at the State fair last week. With a number of other entries he won second and good judges thought he should have been placed first. tliKiirst mniievcrin buv. ALL GUARANTEED Let us Shoe your Horse. I SALE OF GOOD CATTLE. Messrs J. E. Itobinbon and W. II. W J. ROMANS, XT J Lancaster, Ay. A tlrown, sold last Friday to Mr. A. E. Hundley, of Uoyle, 62 head of 1200 pound feeders, for Immediate delivery, for 7 cents a pound. These cattle were purchased of It. K Hughes lust spring and are of the Hereford breed, every one true to mark, and said to have been about the best lunch of feeders In tha t county. Hour Service Sells well. hundred of these were sold, mostly of the better class, ranging in price from Bastin Brothers Purchasers. $65 to $115. The best price being for A twenty year franchise, for a H pair of sorrel mare mules sold by twenty-fou- r hour service, created by T. 0. Hill to It. II Hutchinson for $230. an ordinance with the greatest care. Shirley Hudson sold a nice rne to same sparing no effort to give the citizens of party for $110. Dave Rankin paid Otto the town all the protection that could Simpson $100 for a mare mule, which be given by contract, waj sold publicly, looked like a bargain Ed Nat lor sold as advertised last Saturday afternoon, two colts to Krunk Land for $125 and by Mayor L. G Davidson, and the pur Andy Crank one to John Adams for $C0. chasers were liastin llrothers, of this ILL Burton bought six of different l,j city. The rate to private consumers is parties, ranging in price from $58 to ten cents a K W hour, with a min- $75.00. J A. Robinson, of Uoyle. pur- - M' imum of fifty cents. This is a much chased six nice ones that cost him from Vlower rate than other towns adjoining. $70 to $85. W S. Embry sold to Under the contract for the street light- son Cover, a mare mule for $85 and ing, the citizens get twice as much light horse mule to same for$G5. Mr. Goverl '.J as here-to-forrunning from sunset also bought eight others from different until dawn, with out moonlight schedule, owners at an average of $70. Alex and for less money than we are now Bourne found a buyer for one at $70. paying fi.r an eight hour sehedule, ex- Robert Gastineau sold a pair of aged clusive of the moonlight, while the pri- mules to J. A Robinson, of Uoyle. for vate consumer gets a twenty-fou- r hour $300. R, L. Uurton bought a pair of service instead of eight. Huston Gulley, for $300 and one of Under the bidding, the liastin llroth- E. T. Chalwell. for $U0. H. U. Feel a ers agree to furnish light to the city yearling of Arther Matlock, for $100. for $12.50, per year, for each 100 can- Frank Land sold a Cickcrjack team ot dle power light and it is estimated that three year olds to Yates Hudson, for there will be about one hundred of $350. Frank Holtzclaw sold a team of them. At present the city is paying horse mules to Nelson Marsee, for $285. about $18.00 a year for the same light for only an elf ht hour service. This HUGHES CONTRADICTED. III alone is a saving to the city of about administration When the Republican $500 a year, or a total of $10,000 for a term of twenty years. The purchasers was displaced the UnitiU Statts was a are well known to the citizens of the debtor nation tn the amount of $0,000, Under the Democratic Adtown and are two of our most inter-prisin- g 000,000 young business men. There is ministration it is now a creditor with no question but what they will comply $1,000,000,000 to the good and the with every provision ot the contract amount is climbing up a $100,000,000 or And still Candidate month. and will give to the citizens of Lan- so "fool's caster one of the best lighting systems Hughes says we are living in paradise." in Central Kentucky. With Twenty-fou- r every surrounding county About one I 1 I 8 I I '"41 1 Hupmobile. KINNAIRD BROS. Agents. LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. 1 I I I I I 1 1 1 1 J Ji m I I The Central Record, Thursday Sept. 23 19Id DU lhe butteries for Whites Station with and Lackey for Paint Lick. SELECTING SEED CORN. n - Tatum was In old time form nnd pitch- These Figures Will Make Lancaster rto- eJ a Rrei)t RHmCi Aro you going to watt till 'i he second game was played Friday i i u.i;,. pie UKe JWHCe. spring to filck out seed oars for afternoon with lllcka and Harris bat- your next corn crop? Although tery for vMlnig rnil Frank and Lncley , Deaths from kidney d seaso have this' may bo n custom, the ex. pitched r pood for Paint Lick. . perience of tho most siicceWul 'came but the home team failed to . growers shows Hint seed select- f rrlva him J Tli tliolr tiannl nnnnrr $ el from standing com In tin fall waya that the constant filterlnc of if , nu, - u.- iiuuitr ifBin iiiuiiu mi'ii rimy in ut J yields more, than com taken poisoned blood weakens the kidneys. game hut his support was almost per from the shock or crib. Ily fall Ilewarc of fatal ilrlght's didease. feet until last of the seventh inning r- selection the best cars growing When backache or urinary ills suggest under ordinary conditions may when Paint Lick ran in three scores, weak kidneys, use Doan's Kidney Tills, Ily selecting seed bo chosen. . Whites Frank getting a live carefully, take things easy and cither at husking time or from Station made three scores the first avoid heavy eating. Donn'a Kidney I ho crib tho grower picks out nning on error, adding four more durJ ears that grow on unusually fcr-- ! Pills command confidence, for no other ing the game, limiting the bcore 7 to 3 tile spots or often with n slnglo kidney remedy Is aj widely used or so in favor of the visitors. plant In n hill. The Ohio ex- generally successful. Home endorsement Saturday's game failed to materialize Deri men I Million has obtained Is the best proof of merit. Head this When everything was ready some palm In yield of more than threo Lancaster resident's story: bushels per acre liy selecting Paint Lick players objected ho W. M. Zanone, stationary engineer, seed In the fall from standing to Diamond, Whites Station's Campbell and Crab Orchard Sts., I.an com. third baseman, piayit.g in the game kidneys were diacaster, says; "My that It broke it up entire. This is to , $ if t$ 8 J ordered and the kidney secretions were be regretted as Paint l.ick and Whites ! irregular in passage and contained sedi Station were even games nnd last year ment. 1 had pains in my back and they were tied and failed to play the RAISING DRUG PLANTS. sides and when I stooped, I had difficul deciding game. Doan'a Kidney ty in straightening. Culture la Distinct Specialty and Net Pills relieved me." , Generally Profitable. CA.RTERSVILLE. Price 60c at all dealers. Don't simtPreoared by Cnltext Plates department ot agriculture. ply bsk for n kidney remedy get Although many drugs, spices nnd oils Miss Kate Holtzclaw wns the guest same that Uoan's Kidney Pills-t- he fimsumcd In this country In largo Co., of Mrs. A. It. Carter last Sunday. Mr. Zanone had. nmounls In the aggregate have risen Props., HulTalo, N. Y. Mr. John Dauis has been on sick list abnormally In price Localise war conhut is some better at this writing. ditions hnvo Interfered with their ImMiss Ellen Hill was the guest ot portation, It does not follow, drug PAINT LICK Miss Susie Davis the last of the week. plant specialists of the Fulled States department of agriculture nro pointing Mr. and Mrs. Fred Anglin were the out, that profit will accrue to Mr. McMn spent Sunday with the niiytmo guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. J. who may undertake to produce tho home folks. C. Hallard last Sunday. drug plants domestically. The culturo Miss Lucy Francis is visiting friends Mr, Edy Uobinson and wife were the of such plants Is ns distinct n specialty In Lexington. ns the growing of choice flower to guests of her parents Mr. and Mrs. F. Mrs. Jack lirandenburg is visiting supply the fancy floral trade. It Is P. Bryant last Sunday, relatives in Irvine nnd Havenia. questionable whether personi even Mrs. John Davis and Mrs. Annie highly skilled In producing stnple crop Miss Kate Richmond was a recent Starncs were the guests of Mr. JelT could acquire easily the special knowl. guest of her sister, Mrs. McLin. edge ncocsary to the successful proDavis and wife last Monday. Hate ties for sale. Miss Grace Crutcher. of Herea, was duction of dmg plants. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Of even greater Importance, howev, Mrs. the guest of her er, Is the fact that the total amount of Mrs Tom l.ogsdon was host to the Eliza Conn, last Saturday night drug plants that can be consumed In Hook Club on Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Mary Clark and Mrs. Dora this country In any year U very small Miss Etta Terry of Jackson, Ureathitt Davis and Mrs. Fannie Green were the compared with our consumption of any Co, Is the guest of Miss Marian Led guests of Mrs. S. M. Davis last Thurs- of the stnple crops. Overproduction ford. hi the rase of drugs Is more serious day. than In the case of staplo crops Mr. and Mrs. McCreary of Berea, New Crop Timothy, lied or Crimson staple iropi and .were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cornn Clover, Orchard Grass, Ky. Blue grain If not so'd cansuch ns corn home be ued nt Friday. Grnss, Alfalfa seed. food or for feeding stock or chick for Mr and Mrs J. C. Hays of Stanford ens. Hudson, Hughes & Farnnu. The drug plant, however. Is profitless to tho grower unless n drug were guests of relatives in this city Mrs. R. F. Peters and daughter. last week. from Wallaceton and Mrs. JelT Davis manufacturer will buy It r uso in Mr. E. C. McWhorter and family and daughter, have been the guests of medicine. motored to High Bridge and Lexington Mrs. Susie Renfro. CORNSTALK DISEASES. Saturday. Miss Alma Lear has returned from Rotation of Corn Advocated by Iowa STANFORD an extended visit to friends at Wilming Experiment Station. ton, N. C. DUcases of cornstalks and roots cost Mrs. E. C. Jordon is visiting at Mr. and Mrs. Louis Guyn have reIowa millions annually. That Is the reaBurnside. son the Iowa experiment station recentturned home after a few weeks visit in Mrs. Wallace Walter is in Somerset ly published n bulletin on cornstalks Shelbyville. this week. and corn root disease. The station disMrs. Claude Spillman and children Mrs. E. H. Hutchings was In Lex covered a new disease which Is charvisited friends in Richmond from Satacterized by falling of corn where the ington Tuesday. urday until Monday. siaiKa were oroucn close to me Joints. Attorney J. N. Menefee was in Such plants contained only small ears Mrs Woods Walker attended Mrs J. or they were barren. When n farmer' S. Owsley's sale of Antique furniture Monticello this week on business. Mrs. Will Hays has been confined to nttentlon was called to this condition at Stanford, Saturday. her bed for several days on account of the statement was usually made that Mr S. M. Denny and Dr. W. L. the stalks were blown over by tho illness. left Sunday for their wind or that the trouble wns caused by Miss Nancy Yeager has returned the corn root louse or corn root worm. fishing trio on Kockcastle river. from Crab Orchard, where she visited The disease uttneks routs, stalks ami Mrs M. K. Denny and little daughter the ears. It has not been determined of Lancaster, were guests of Mr and friends. whether nil of these diseases are Mrs. J. T. Menefee, of Cleveland, Mrs H. J. Walker from Wednesday ll by the same organism or was the week-enguest of Mr. and caused Held the corn was broken not. Friday. In many oft Mrs. John Menefee, Mr. A. B. Estridge purchase a handJust below or ah. to the Joint. The Mrs. J. M. Casey has returned to her pith or soft material In tho cornstalks some five passenger Chalmers the past week through their agent, Mr. Walter home at Danville aftera visit to Miss was destrojed and was brownish or in some cases reddUh In color. The fibers Gertrude Wilkinson. Hammack. were soft and easily broken off. Tho .Miji Elizabeth Hunn and Miss Sarah Messrs S. M. Denny and Harry station dUovered threo kinds of Francis were hosts at a "potatoo and Hunn are visiting their uncle, Edgar molds attacking the kernels, huks and cobs. corn roast" on Saturday evening. Reynolds and family at McKinney. Tho only rational treatment Is rota, Quite a number of young people were Mr. nnd Mrs. Carl Carter, Will present and all reported a good time. Yager, Miss Katherine lUney and Miss tlon of corn. Corn should never follow corn where this dlscao exists, shire The lovely weather brought all the Lvle Cooper were in Lexington Sun- tho fungus remains where the corn Is ladies in the surrounding county out day. planted In tho same field the next year. ' Saturday atternoon to the millinery Miss Mary Early left Sunday for Young plants will becomo Infected. It openings. Besides viewing the lovely Texas, where she will attend echool. Is a wise plan to treat corn with forma- bonnets, delicious hot chocolate and Miss Eurly has a host of friends here l!n nt tho rate of one pint to fortv-llvwafers were served by the New Milli- who regret very much to give her up. srallons of water for fifteen minutes. Tho Iowa station received numerous nery Co. and refreshing ices by Mrs. Mr Dave Thomas, who has been so ill loraplnliits last year In regard to Parks. for a number of weeks with typhoid disease In eattlo nhlch goes under tho The first game of the series to be fever is greatly improved. Ho will name of cornstalk disease, or furnsu played between Paint Lick and Whiles probably be able to sit up tne last of poisoning. It was so severe that some veterinarians advised not to feed cornStation was played Thursday afternoon the week. stalks. While It Is not known that tln ' with the score 5 to 8 in favor of the Mrs. Nellie Ballou has sold her house fungus here described Is connected home team. Maupin and Farris were on Danville avenue to Rev. Joseph with this disease In cattle, due to feedHallow. Mrs. Hallow has not decided ing on moldy corn nnd fodder, there what she will do Rev. Hallow sold his aro good grounds for believing that farm to Will Bright Br.d will move to theso molds nro toxic. iI!OP liUlD lAUdk nnnt PHD rUK If ALAKH Tatum BRYANTSVILLE Mr. R. L. Rcse spent last week in Ltxlngton on business. Mr. and Mrs. Lem Tester visited In Richmond and Versailles last week. Mr. Virgil Vanandale, of Uulsvllle. spent the week end here with friends. Mrs. John Bryant visited her sister, Mrs. Sam Deathridge at Richmond last t 8 tii ' lOBACCO IS PREPARED FOR SMOKERS UMDERTrlE PROCESS DISCOVERED IN MAKING EXPERIMENTS TO P. A. puts new joy into the sport of smoking ! . - three-bagger- week. Mrs. J. Hogan Ballard is at home from n two weeks visit to Lexington, and Nicholnsvllle. Messrs. J. B. Lenvell. J. Hogan Ballard and Dr. It, C. Rose were in Irvine last week on business. Miss Mary Ellen Farley came home Saturday from n two weeks visit wilh PRODUCE THE MOST 11 vnzvw.mmws AND WHOLE-- ! SOME TOBACCO FOR CIC; ETTEANDPtPE SMOKERS. PROCCSS PATENTED JULY 30T 1807 stren-ousl- y ( Foster-Milbur- Jertamlne. Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Brooks nre re ceiving congratulations upon the arrival of a handsome son Monday, Mr. Paul Sutton has returned to hi: home at Brunswick, Gn, after n visit to his sister, Mrs. M. O. Kennedy. Messrs Bryan Ballard nnd llowcrton Gratz, of Lexington nre spending n few days with Mrs. Eliza H. Balla'rd. Heclcaned seed wheat, rye and barley of fine quality. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. In rclatles RJ.ReynoldsTobaccoCohwwy WiHsroNSAilM.HC.USA.il DOES NOTBITE THE TONGUE may Hvo to and nover feel old enough to vote, but it's you'll not know the joy and YOU cer-tain-s- uro n grand-mother- Conference. The many friends here of Mrs. Edwin Rogers, of Nicholasville, regret to hear of her seriou" illness of Typhoidfever nnd are hoping for her recovery. Rev. Joiiah Godbey and wife and Miss Sallie Godhey.came over from Conference at Nicholasville and spent Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Jol Marsee, Mr. and Mrs. James Durhsnn. motored to Frankfort Thursday in Mr. Marsee's new car. Mrs. E. II. Ballard and Miss Minnie Ballard spent Sunday in Nicholasville, with Miss Cnrrio Boulden Bnd attended goodness nnd sntisfnetion it offers. It is mnde by n pntentcd process that removed bite and parch I You enn smoke it long nnd hnrd without n comeback Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality! Prince Albert affords the keenest pipe and cigarette enjoymentl And that flavor nnd rrngrnnce nnd coolness is as good ns that sounds. P. A. just I friendly old jimmy pipe or a hand rolled cigarette unless you get on talking-term- s with Prince Albert tobaccol P. A. comes to you with n real reason for nil the contentment of a answers the universal demand for tobacco without bite, parch or kick-back! in tappv 5c; ftft. tOet Hmndiom Mn mnJ Smtf'thmunJ fm humtJormnJm rd frt. Introduction to Prince Albert isn't any harder tir tJ thnn to walk into the nearest plnce that sells pomJ that humidor th iMAft. msi lop that kooB tho tokmeem in mh tpltndid rorWi t ion. ttwr erif ttr tobacco nnd ask for "a supply of P. A." You pny out ji little change, to be sure, but it's the investment you ever made cheer-fulleI st e W. P. Cbb. Misses Maude Griffiths and Josephine Mitchell, of Howling Green, are the guests of MUs Cecil Bowling. Miss Bowling will entertain for them Sat urday evening. Nicholasville R. J. Reynolda Tobacco Cct, Hi nee itAlbert Winiton-Salem- , N. C Copyright 1916 by R. J. RaynoMa Tobacco Co. dieinouisi conlerence in the Hcv. R. M. I ,ee was returned to the church here and the rfgilsr services will he held Sunday evening ac 7: o'clock. l me Oils Soothe Skill Disease Oil tif W!ntrg-rtn- . thymol, r'rcrrlnn uu uwirr iieaiing ingrrairma compolinunl la proptr proportion Into tho li. It. i. I'rwrlptlon has now become tn unlrersal farorlte of sktn auffercra In rrllrTtnir ikln dlKaae. It li a mild wash that prnetratrs the pores and tlTea Inatant relief trom all bumlne and Itchlnir. It kllli and waihrs OS toe pnawlnc dlaeane and Its nothing oil quickly boal nmi Inflamed tho ttaui. DrurtUta are clad to iwomnwixt this Wn. ewtln liquid. I SSe.wie and II.011. t!l mil tnnM ntuin. tbta rtmarkablr rrrnedj Your mow; Mrk imiris in urai Dome rtllfrea you. II. II. II. Boapkcepa your skin bealtby. Auk about It. . Car-mo- n semi-annu- D the Standard Skin Remedy R. tj. Mcitoberts. Lancaster. Ky. bmm 1 Wm 1 JF TV For IS Years sptnt the Jay with Mr anil Mr. Mnce yet with Uphold fever, .Malear. I) G nid S I'. Ilaminnrk are some Mr. anil Mrs. V. T. Watnon apent Alfalfa i recnmmendeil m u pajmi; brtti-- nt this writing. Sunday with Mr. ami .Mrs. Carl i'rultt, crop aml'aoil improver. - Imw the Mr L. W. McQiierry who has been (Jrown seed, Miss Jennie Wheller la vhilinK her bct verv ill. n aunw; better at this wntirg. HuiKin, HuKhrs & Farnau, sister Mrs. Conn litailforil, of Cincin- Mr. Jamra I'arson ami family timtrd nati. Mr. It. M. Kelly nnd Mis LjdelViry .Mr Menifei- - McQurrry and wife SunMr. Willie I'ruitt entered hiitli school w'ere married In Taiewrll, Va.. Spt. I- .- day. ,.1,1,.!.. nrrli...,l I at Kirksville at the beginning of the ' 1' TIim li. 13th. Inst, to iit Mr. Krllys. aunt and Mrs, Taiinie Turnir ami tittle daughterm. Mr. and Mrs. Alex WaUer, of In- 'uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Itoni. Mr. ter tiailrd tht-i- nunt, Sarah Hammack diana, have been mingling with friends Kelley holds a lucretlve Kisttion with Inst week. the Clinch Valley Insurance Company, of this place. Mr. Clrren Sutton and family wer of Tazewell, Va.. where he bikI his at. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Jones nnd little Sunday, of Mr. nnd Mrs. K. roniil.-- . tractive bride will son Earl, sjient Saturday nnd Sundny (!. Ifammiick. with Mrs. Morris Itoss. Crimson Clover makes fine early Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Morgan apent HA.UMACK grniing. fur sale bj several days of last week with Mrs. Hudson. Hughes A Farnau. Morgan's father. Mr. Thos King. Mis Utirettii Coldiron Uited Mrs. (lid aunt Kdith Fauikner, of color, Mrs. (leorge Denny and daughter, Krank llrwn lant week. wife of David Faulktirr. drrtaird was Miss Ilcstie anJ Miss Kthel Malear Mrs. Stella Hoskins ! very poorly ' liuried the 15th. r VAnn-Mea- n , , r pui-ats- NINA un-ti- d o 0 G 0 11 io K at 5 per cent on your farm for five years, interest payIf you ae a sound man can able charge you about per cent more and pay the loan in full should death occur before note is liquidated. semi-annuall- 0 9 9 O 9 0 Q o o Warn Out? Ko doubt you are, if you suffer (rom sny ol the numerous ailments to which an women aic subject. Headache, backache, sideaclie, nervousness, weak, tired feelinc, are somo oi tne symp toms, and you must rid yourself of hem in order to feel well. Thousands ol women, who have been benefited by this remedy, urge you to TAKE bail! Ul The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, ol Clifton Mills, Ky., says: town. News has been received here from WcBt Point of the death of Mrs. Em ma Hughes, wife of John Hughes, who I Mrs. Hughes was a survives hero. resident of this place Jor many years j and had n host rf friends who regret of her death. , to leurn I The teachers of Lincoln county ure (gathered hero-thi- s week to attend the annual teachers institute. No school ( is being held in any of the schools of the county as the law requires this ani nual meeting of tho teachers fur the 'purpose of exchanging Ideas and other-- ! ! wise getting ideas on latest and best methods of intruding tho children. Among the speakers to bo here are Superintendent of Public Instruction, U. 0. Gilbert, of Frankfort, Prof. Mclienry Hodes, ai.d T. J. Coatcs. For Dipping Hags. This Is the temeiit constructed I103 dipping vnt reeoiiiuiemleil by tho Wisconsin eiperinent Htntlon. It has ti cbuto nt either end. nnd there U a return drain apron nt tho end uhero tho lmsi eoi up nut of tho dip. Ily hold- o 0 9 y. 1 Ing them on this liicllno for n few minutes a great deal of tho dip Is suv-c- d. by running off them ami into tho tank, 'i'lio vat proper U sixteen Inchon wide nt tho bottom, twenty-fou- r Inches wldo nt tho toil und four feet deep. 11 is ten reet long. 0 o THE PLAN IS IDEAL, THE HE TO DO IT IS NOW. "Before taking Cardul, I was, at timrs, so weak 1 could hardly walk, and the pain In my back and r head nearly killed taking three bottles ol Cardul, the pains disNow 1 feel as appeared. well as I ever did. Every suffering woman slwuld Weeds Uia Water. A largo weed may uso ns much ns a Consolation. barrel "Isn't It sad about poor Jim Swuln? pound of water. A plant weighing ono when "UO to When Flora Flyrto refused him lie oOO pounds dried hm used up of wjler was m downhearted (lint ho went and growth or seventy to In making Its eighty gallons, enlisted Inltlio nrmy," "He's In luck. making barrels. From ,V He'll bo n free man again .n few i W years, wlierenii If he lind married her n nr vnrr mn,i liu'd linvo been tied up for life." New for tho crop. York World. o . Ztc 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 try Cardul." Gelabcttle today. E-- Dound to Have a Title. One W. II. Young, who has written a 1 nan a ictrrt , merry uook on bis niivi-ntureuutie i.m-nt u from my LnglUh cvuMn. Ho was In buslines mnn In South Amerlcu, tells tho trenches. Ho wyg ono day his' of a Ilnizlllan, Senor Duin Joso do company was ordered to charge, and Hrtigauza, whoso eugerness for tltlo tho first thing he knew ho run Into ujwent mi fur that ho printed on his lot of barbed wire, several tnlnea and cards, llrst flat., U. M, n hundred Herman batteries." Aunt 8. I. O." llo hud onco taken 11 trln. Nancy MJut llko (leorgo never looks ,'tlri.t cubln, on u Hoyul Mall Steum wnere lies joing.-.ur- o. Tucket comimny bout. An Old jui Trait .G. WOOD PAINT L.ICK, KY. The Central Record, Thursday Sept. 28 SUNDAY-SCHOO- L 19 Id ACQUAINTANCE HOUR i bR.JOIIN R. SAMPEY 1 PUBLIC SALE. School CONVENTION FIFTY-FIRS- SOON Prepare Ounc'.iy Gehool Lessons Tor Twenty Million PeopH. T'ioro nro few positions that call ram nrholarnltlp n.i that nl preparing tho Sunday School lemon fur mn..t of tho pupil of the vnrlil. What U known na tho International for such PROGRAM OF THE KENTUCKY SUNDAY-SCHOO- L ASSOCIATION CONVENTION AT SOMERSET, KY., OCTOBER 1916 -8, IS BEST STONY TELLER Miss Frayser, of Louisville, Known as an educator. Well Feature of State Sunday Convention. - On WEDNESDAY, OCTOllER 4th. 1916, I will sell to the highest bidder at my farm on the Lancaster and Crali Dr. chard pike, known as the George Evans farm, all of my Farm Tools, Mules, Cattle and Hogs. FAKM TOOLS-- G two-horsWac ons; 1 new Deering mower; 1 new 1 new rake; sweep rake; 1 binder; 1 steel roller; I wheat drill; 1 manure spreader; 1 two-rocorn planter; 2 three-hors- e Avery riding plows; 2 two-hor- se walking plows;! section harrows; I riding cultivntors; 2 disc or cutting harrows, and a lot of other small tools. Several sets of harness, bridles and other Gear. LIVE STOCK- -1 d com- bined mare; 2 yearling mules; 2 mules: 1 medium sized four- year-ol- d mule; 1 medium sized three- year-olmule, G large heavy work mules, 4 to 8 year old. CATTLE Several cows and calves: 25 nice heifers, BOO to 800 pounds; sev eral two-- j ear-olSteers and a nice lot of yearling steers. SHEEP-2- 00 head of vouni? Weath- ers, fine feeders; a lot of stock ewes. HOGS-W- ill sell 10 registered Duroc boars, last Snrinp farro- -i sired bv Defenders Ohio Chief, Champion Pals Premier, Kentucky s Fancy Colonel, Finch's Defender. The dams of these boars are daughters of Defender, The Professor and Fancv Colonel. Here is jour chance to get a real high-clasboar. Terms made known on dv of sale. Lunch served at noon. Remember this sale starts promptly at 10 A. M. PAUL FINCH, Crab Orchard. Kv. IL F. D. 2. Cols. I. M. Dunn and John U. Din wiJJie, Auctioneer. MEETINQ ANNUAL TO DC HELD AT SOMERSET, OCTOBER 5, 6, 7 AND 8. MARION LAWRAfiGE TO SPEAK iliinilay Hciiool l.rnsnti Committee Imi always been composed of tho men who er it- ilncnt not only on edm iitora, knowlrdgo of tho lllhlo. .mt (or .ir John It. Saniiey, of the Southern trlr Sunday School Workers From All Parts of Mate to Be Present Many Speakers of National Reputation Are on the Program. Tlio proRram that linn been prepared nfty-flm- t annual convention of Sunday School Assocla-linn- , tlio which will mcot at Somerset &R, la an unusually attractive one It la not often that au many apcakrrs of national reputation can do ccuroil for one gathering, hut till" llmo tho commltteo In charco was very fortunate In Retting Just tlio lead, era neceitaary to mako tho program so rotnpletn that tliern will bo aomcthlnR that will bo helpful fur all .Sunday Hchool worker, whatever tho position In tho Hunday School may lie. There will ho a unity through tho entire program, the general theme being "To fur tho Men n"d women conspicuous In Church, Sunday-Schoo- l and Educational wor.t ha(u been secured for the. program of tho Fifty-firs- t State Convent!, n of Iho Kentucky Sunday-Schoo- l Association, which will moot nt Somerset, October Tho general themo of the convention Is "To nml n majority of tho addresses will bear on this themo In ono v..iy or another. iiumo of the speakers will ho Mr Marlon Lawranco, (leneral Secretary International Sunday-Schoo- l Association; Mrs. phebo A, Curtlss, Superintendent Ohio Sunday-Schoo- l Association; Miss Nannlo l.en 1'rnyi.er, KlemcMnry Superintendent Kentucky Sunday-Schoo- l Association, Itev. Chas. 1). llulla, I). I)., Superintendent Wesley lllhlo Class Department Melhodlst Church, South; Dr. J. It. Sampey, LL.l.. Southern llaptlsl Theological Seminary; Dr It. II. Crossllelil. President Transylvania Fnlverslty; Dr. XV A. Uanfleld, President Centre College; Dr. W. J. Mefllothllii, Southern llaptlst Theological Seminary; Mr. C. J. Nugent. Dlvlslon.il Secretary Methodist Church, South. Tho music will ho In charge of Mr. Charles II. Gabrlot with bis son, Mr Charles II. (iabrlel, Jr., ns pianist. Tho ptlnclpal features of tho program will be: THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5. Afternoon Tour rVnfrrrnrrs, l.iwi In 4.11). Illnmntary Thune, "The New l.letnrntary HtariiUnl " Sccmit.iry Theme, "The Helmut's Keeonilary Division l'li.MW Adult Them. "Iliiw the Adult Class Serves " Administration .Mr M.irlmi Uwninre will leail a dlncuolon of problems presented ht Hunday Heh,.l Oltlcem. Evening Kiinr Hervlee, Mr Chss II. Cabrlel, lender. Somerset's Welcome, Major J 1 Waddle. President's Message, Mr. Iltmtnn Quln. "The Spirit of laie,' Itev Oeu A Juplln "ijuallfilng for Service," Mr. Marlon Lawrence. FRIDAY, OCTOBER t. Morning-The- me, Hllrvejliipt the Field. Suns' Service. Itlble Study. "The Held ut Service for Orsnriliril Sunday-SchoMr. Ite,rl of n.ld Workels, Itev T I (telinlier Work," V. J. Marlon Vaughan. IteiKirt Mr. or ll.'Ti e Serrelnry, Mlra Frances l. llrtRsliy and Oar-elleirt nf Treasurer. Mr It'lll.l.n e ...ilkltn "The Ailult lllble I'lnm In lliiral IMHrlcts." Hr I'luix l. "urr inlsed ror Service," lil.trln. 1'nuniy. state. County iHlleers. "Individual nolMllty." Mrs I'lielw t'uttUs llnr Afwrnoen- - Tlirmr, Serving the Multitudes. Song Service, Memory Verses. "The :,ilit stir standard," Mr Thus. K (lordon "How We Worked to Attain It K',.fi venlatites or DlfTerint Counties Views of H.i' ...aile, open air Servl. Costers, Visitation. Iturnl District, ImchI Sun-it.- n (thiol. County CamputKn "He Association onirrr," Mr Marlon Evtnlnrj Theire, Christian t'ltlsenshlp Song Service, Mr Chas II (iuhrlel. "A llreater and n lletter State. ' Mr. Marlon "The Su for t'ltlsrnrtilp." President W A. Cantltld. A Story. Mrs I'hebe CurtleM World SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7. To ho tho finest ttory teller In America Is a distinct n of no small moment, and yet It re-it- s so lightly upon Miss Nannlo Leo Frayser, of Umlivllte, that ono hat a'tually to hoar her In the of her raro art to rocornizo tho Jtistlco of the cr'tlcal dictum which gives that distinction. Primarily .Miss Prayacr Ij an educator, and Is giving her thought and H.ne to tho hlghc.it Ideals In nil educational mivo- - I.t ' All over Kentucky thero nrc men and women who aro doing fine thlnns In their own Sunday Schools, somo aro pastors, somo aro superintendents and somo aro teachors. Then thero nro a lot of people who servo ns county officers, glvlns very much of their tlmo and energy to helping all tho schools In their (ountlcs to do better work nnd get moro people Into their schooh. Many of these have never met the workers outside of their own counties. Thero will bo an opportunity ut tho Stato Convention for theso to get together, lenrn each other's tiamoa, tell somo of tho successes they havo won, and learn how to solve somo of tho problems they havo mot. Ono of the great blessings that comes from a largo convention la the making of now friendships, PMU hmm w. ..w l - KNOWLEDGE OF BIBLE ESSENTIAL THIS YEAR Depart-men- t Superintendent Educational of the Kentucky l Association to Speak at Convention. Sunday-Schoo- Dr. John R. Sampey, Louisville, Ky. aiiiiBglRmiiiV' I'aptlat ThenliiKle.il Seminary, haa een a member of that committee for i longer tlmo than any other person i ho ha ever been on the coramitce ' hla noteil scholar haa not conflneil hinielt to preparing young men for he minliitry. but has kept In touch a Itli all tho movement for the of mankind he speakers at 'mdI Convention ber Cth Ho will be one of the Slate Sunday ut Somerset. Octo- MornlnoTbeme. The World Is the Field. Song Service, lllble Study "The il Field for Sen I.e." Mis. T J Mlnary "The Children of the World," M.s .Muiide Hniie Williams. "KnllstliiK llecrults for This Service." Mr Hoy H) nitdonis," Mr. C J. Nugent I'niitlriiik "Sewn Itunlness Itecognltlons, lion. J II Weaver "Our Stale Paper." Ml Mar)' L Wilson. Htihd.iv-Scho- Leading educators now admit that a She has for years been actlvo knowledge of the lllble Is necessary In Sunday-schoo- l work, being tho F.le-- for tho truest type of education. Tho Is fast becoming-mcntary Superintendent of tho Ken- Sunday-schoo- l real tucky Sunday-schoo- l Association, and educational Institution, and tho samo Is a national authority on methods of test of efficiency should be given to Interesting children and directlnn tho work dono there that Is given to their activities Into healthy channels. tho work done In tho day school, and For some sears most of tho summer tho teachers In tho Sunday-school- s months havo been taken up by Miss ihould L3 given as careful training. Sunday-schooFrayser In attending mcnts. Conventions In Miss Nannie Lee Frayser, Louisville, Ky. AUTHOR OF THE "GLORY SONG" TO LEAD MUSIC Chat. of Chicago, Whose Hymns Are Sung the World Over, on Program. H. Gabriel, Klementsry Theme, The Association's Afterncon Four Cor.ferenf e Theme, The Program Klani Adult Theme, orimntzed vdult llll.le Class Federation Administration Theme, Officers' Training Even. e(j Theme, The Teailier'a Service Sons Service, Mr. Chas. II Gabriel "I"..- - S.eiiea lii Petirs Life" John It. Sampey "The Ijind of Frotr lee." AHps Ntiuhle l.ee l'rnaer "New Meals In ltellglous Kducutlon," Plenl.lilit It II Crosrirld SUNDAY, OCTOBER 8.' Morning Attend Sunday-School- s and Church Services Afternoon - Thiee Mass Meetings. Children's Meeting. Miss Nannie Lee t. .,lei F Vounr Fi.p, e Meeting. Speakers, I r J It. Sampey and Mls I" ,i.i- - I. Mghv Adult's Meeting. Speakers, W J Mcfilothlln and Dr. It. II Cr.. leltl Lvrninc- - Theme power for Service. "Consecration for Service," Itev. Itoy 1. "l're.T itlon for Service," Dr W J McCtlothlln Comentlmi lr set, October r.nd Schools of Method hut she has reserved the time to bring her best to the Stato Sunday-schoo- l Convention of Kentucky, which will meet at Somer other stato, ! item ji i --v i r aviM m .'i v AN INSPIRING PROGRAM n Program cf Kentucky S. S. Convention Is One of the Cest. A very comprehensive program has been prepared for the State Sunday-schoo- l Convention, which will be held at Somerset, October Thero will be sunrise prayer meetings, county officers' confcrcnco and supper, parade, open-ai- Marlon Lawrance, General Secretary International Sunday School Association, Chicago. Serve," but there will ha such a In the treatment of tho topics, and such a number of conferences for the discussion of different parts of the Sunday School that every one will bo ahlo to find something that will suit ) bis special needs. Tho very mention of tho names of such speakers aa Mr. Marlon law- j rance. Dr. John It. Sampey, Mrs. I'hebe A. Cuiltss, Miss Nannlo l.co Frayser. Dr. ('has. 1). llulla. President It. II. Crossfleld. President W. A. (lanfleld. Dr. XV J. McOlothlln. Mr. C. J. Nugent, Mr Itoy Itoadruck, makes ono determine to attend the convention. Then In addition to hear Mr. Chas. II (lahrlel sing and to belong to a chorus with this famous author and leader of music as the director still gives ono only a partial conception of the great Somerset. Sunday afternoon after the closo of things awaiting thosn who attend thia the conferences at the different convention. churches there will bo a Vesper Service In the public square where a thousand or moro people will join In a song service. ' In this age ha aung by morn people than the t.ljry Song." It has been sung all around the world, and has been train lated Into many languages The lion or of writing this famous hymn he long to Mr Chas. II. Cabrlel, of Chicago, who Is coming to Kentucky to I n the leader of the music at tho State Sunday School Convention. Mr Chan, II Cahrlol, Jr., will accompany his father and be tho pianist for tho con' voutlon This gifted man has also written many other familiar hymns, among them. "Just When I Need Illm Moat," "Somebody Need You." "Help Some-body Today." "The Way of tho Cross Leads Home," "1 Will Not Forget I2ln(,n, an,1 Th.n " '!.'...... ih. 11. atta'Ffae'slaihiasIa He Is So Precious to Mo." It will be a great Inspiration to bo part of a great chorus composed of consecrated singers and have the man Church In Which State who wrote the hymn for tho leader. This alono would bo worth a trip to Probably no sons ee: SOMERSET CHRISTIAN CHURCH v 4M IF ACCIDEN1 fH'Oei SICKNESS OR I vesper torvlcc, acquaintance hour, exhibit of Sunday-schoo- l supplies and hooka, and divisional conferences lllble study, business, superintendents' problems, new elementary standard, day. Christian citizenship, class, school and county problems, will all have a place In the dis- cussions. Or. W. J. McGlothlln, Educational Superintendent, Kentucky Sunday-Schoo- l Association. .i, Sunday-schoo- l Convention Is to be held October 8, I SOMERSET INVITES ALL THE SUNDAY-SCHOO- L WORKERS DR. BULLA WILL TAKE PART Head of Wesley Bible Class Movement and a Very Enthusiastic Worker. ;l'-- s a,-- ,' . . ' O, Mrs. Phebe A, Curtlss, Columbus, Somo of tho special features will bo, Sunrlso Praer Mecllng, Open Air Vesper Service, Oreat Sunday School Parade, Aciiualntanco Hour, Kihlblt of Sunday School Supplies and Hooks, County Olllcera Cinifcreuco and Salt-peDivisional Conferences. Tho olllcera and workers of tho Kentucky Sunday School Association will rovlow tho work of tho last year, nnd presont plans for tho future tlvi Slato President, Mr, Houston Quln; Stale Treasurer, Mr, Clareuco Wat-kins- ; General Secretary, llov, duo. A. Joplln; Field Workors, llov. T. C. and Mr, XV. J. Vaughan; Office Socretary, Miss Prances Urlgsby, will all have places on tho program. Kvory Sunday School In Kentucky Is untitled to send delegates, and somo schools will send a number, and In that way will bring back to the school tho most helpful, plans and ways for Improving tho Sun-daSchool. All pastors, superintend ents and teachers who can possibly do so ought to attend this convention Write to the Kentucky Sunday School Association, 712 Louisville Trust Dulld Ing, Louisville, for further Informs tlou, if desired. It was a great advanro step when tho Methodist Church, South, a few years ago, established a department OHIOAN TO BE SPEAKER for the Organized Adult lllhlo Class WORLD'S S.S. LEADER and called Itev. Chas. I). llulla, I). I), AT STATE CONVENTION to ho tho head of It. Immediately Mrs. Phebe A. Curtlss, of Columbus, s there was a now life. In the Kentucklans Given Opportunity of O., Will Mak Several Addresses. of that denomination. A llttlo Hearing Marlon Lawrance, of In ternational Association. For over ten years Mrs. Curtlss has To only ono person can bo given tho been tho Elementary Superintendent honor of being tho leader In the of the Ohio Sunday School AssociaWorld's Sunday School activities, and tion, and has several times spoken at that man la Marlon Luw ranee, of Chi- Sunday School gatherings In Louiscago, General Secretary of tho Inter- ville. After every ono of the meetings national Sunday School Association, tho people have wantod her to return This noted leader has been secured aa Just as soon and as often as she would. one of tho speakers for tho Stato con- Tho convention Is to bring many helpvention to bo held at Somerset, Octo- ful speakers to the Sunday School In this way hundreds of Sun- workers of Kentucky, but no one will ber day School workers In Kentucky will bring more pleasure than this attrachave an opportunity of meeting and tive speaker. Mrs. Curtlss Is known hoarlng this distinguished leader, to thousands of pooplo as the author Thursday afternoon, October S, will be of "The White Olfts for tLe King," devoted to a conferenco for superin- the charming Christmas Service that tendents and olllcera of Sunday has been usod during tho last few Schools with Mr. Lawranco as tho years by so many Sunday Schools for a Christmas service. leader Sunday-school- uro coming and what you will want. Somerset, often called The Gem City of the Mountains, Is situated on the Queen and Crescent Hallway about half way between Cincinnati and Chattanooga, Is ono of the llvo, cities of Kentucky, Last l Associa)cur the citizens gave a hearty Invitation to the tion to hold Its convention In ly 16 at Somerset, and all during the year tho people hate been looking forward to the time when the hosts would gather The various committees are making arrangements so that the stay of all will be pleasant, and now the Invitation goes out to tho Individuals In all parts of the state to come and enjoy this convention. The Reception Commltteo will be on the lookout for you, and the Entertainment Commltteo will secure accommodations for you at rates ranging from $I.S3 to J2.00 a day. Write to Itev C. II, Talbot, and tell him you wide-awakSunday-Schoo- be opportunities both teachers and pupils for Dr. Educator of National Reputation and securing this Ulblo knowledge. W. J. McGlothlln, of the Southern llapProminent Educator. tlst Theological Seminary, Louisville, Though not a Kentucklan, and hav is the superintendent of this departing lived In the state only a little over ment of tho State Association, and has a year, President Ganfleld, of Center been working out some splendid ad Is College, Danville, fast making vance plans. He will come directly friends In all parts of the stato. No from an Important meeting In Washman has been so In demand for ad- ington to Somerset and be ono of the. dresses on public occasions during the last year. As soon as he arrived in speakers at the convention. PRESIDENT W. A. GANFIELD and there should offered ?? With a telephone In your home ho is in the next room. This means promptassistance, relief from pain, life saved. Are you going to let another day go by without a tele- -, phone in your home? Why takes chances? The cost, is trifling the service to Drop a card today to. HOW FAR you-priceless.j SHOULD SUDDENLY STRIKE IS THE DOCTOR ? BASTIN TELEPHONE COMPANY IS A PROMINENT R. H. Crossfleld, l EDUCATOR and have a representative call and tell you how little it costs to have a telephone in your, house. President Sunday-Schoo- Enthusiastic Worker, Is on Convention Program. Western Electric Thero aro some people who are able to do many things, and do them all for many years a successful pastor, and organ ized In his church a linn Adult lllble Class. Later he was called to the presidency of a great university, and made such a success of that thero wat added the presidency of a lllble collego for the training of ministers. In whatever position he Is placed he Is always ready to give freoly of his gifts to helping In any movement that Is try ing to make the world better. It Is a difficult matter for such a man to so adjust his time that he can accept the invitations that como to him. It Is a great pleasure to tho Sunday-schoo- l workers of the stato that Dr. Crossfleld can tako part in the annual Sunday-school convention to bo held at well. Dr. CroEifield was . Telephones guarantee ou best service.) aajLJPW L. & N Train Schedule At Lancaster, ky. AKHIVE. To Maysville, connecting- at Kichmon with I. & N to Frankfort & Louisville; No 71; 8:35 a. m. To Rowland & Stanford connecting at Rowland, L & N to all points South No 28; 11:04 a. m. To Richmond, connecting with L & N to Irvine & Beattyville, Lexington & Cincinnati, MiddlcsWo Knoxville. No 70; 11:50 a. in. To Richmond, connecting with train to Cincinnati. Pres. W. A. Ganfleld, Danville, Ky. Dr. Chas. D. Bulla, Nashville, Tenn. later there was given to this laruo man the task of organizing; tho claases In tho Secondary Division of tho Sunday-schooHo has not only been able to do marvellous things himself, but hai trained a body of workers who are as soclsted with blot In working out the plans for a great future. Dr. llulla li an attractive speaker and will delight all who hear him at ths Kentucky School Convention, at Bowersqt, City In Which Ktntucky October l. Sunday-6-- if Dr. Ganfleld could be ono of tho speak-era at the Somerset Convention in Oc tober, the stato ho connected himself with all the movements that are trying to make this a greater stato. Ills experience In educational and religious movements In the North and West Somerset, October . give him a fund of information that enables him to speak with a broad outlook, Tho commltteo Is glad that ENCOURAGING REPORTS , j fast No 27; 2:00 p. in. To Louisville, connecting nt Lebanon Junction to Blizabethtown & Howling Green, and at IlardJtown Junction to Uardstown & Springfield. No 1); 8:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting train to Kristol & Atlanta. Wonderful By PUBLIC SQUARE AT SOMERSET Sunday-School- Strides Have Been Made of State. s Sunday-school- with fast EXHIBITS An Interesting AT CONVENTION Exhibition Has Been Arranged For at Somerset, Sunday-schoo- l Worksrs Will Assemble Octobsr 8. Due omphasls Is not always given to the exhibit of books, Sunday-schoo- l supplies, charts and maps at a state convention. So many delegates are so eager to hear all the addresses they forget that a largo part of education comes through the eye. At the Somerset Convention ample time will be given for visiting the exhibits without missing any of the addresses upon tho convention program. The last year has been one of res markable growth In the of Kentucky. The reports of the President, Mr. Huston, Quln; the flunem! Sprrplflrv. Ilnv Hen A Intl. lln; the Field Workers, Itev. T. C. Geb-- I aucr and Mr. XV. 3, Vaughan; the Of fice Secretary, Miss Frances L. Orlgs-btogether with those of tho Departmental Superintendents of the KenSunday-schoo- l tucky Association, which will ba made to the State ConIn Somerset, will show that vention the year has been one that has surpassed all former years. The success attained, however, is only a challenge to greater things In the future. Engraved Visiting Card THE proper thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making calif. Is A Neatly Come and see what a jtfT When you Us That $ TOWN come to TO-DA- Y be sure THAT and put $1 FOR US in your pocket beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or more. CENTRAL RECORD The Central Record, Thursday Sept 28, 1916. TheCentrm. Record INCORPORATED. ISSUED W'KEKl.Y. $1.00 A YEAR, LOST-- By mistake 10 pair of barn 1 m- - door hinges were put in the wrong Finder will machine last Monday. pleaso return to this oflice or notify us, Was Supernatural or a Scientific Novelty? It B EPISODE OF A FILM Br SADIE OLCOTT "IT'S FINE FOR STOMACH ILL" J. R. K. RO)INSON. Editor. cantrilTto speak J. SHERWOOD, OF MAYSVILLE, SAYS "TRY IT AND YOU WILL SOON SEE" "No, Indeed, I don't siller fromt stomach trouble after Inking Tanlac", J said Mr. John Mierwooii, seconn aim Walnut slrrrts. Mnysville, Ky, "Why, for years I had trouble with indigestion nnd when I heard ot Vanlac 1 decided to try It. "I was surprised to llnd that it re lieved, me almost nt once. I can truthfully say that 1 feel like n different person. The best way is for you to try It and see for yourself. The wondet ful success of Tanlac Is familiar to everyone. No mutter where you go Tanlac Is n household word. It is the story of merit never before obtained by n proprietary medicine. Conservative business men to whom the actual production of Tanlac have li.'en presented have scouted them until the proof was shown. The production of Tanlac now stnnds nt the rate of ft.OiK), IM Iwtlles perjear These enormous sales mean but one thing nnd that is merit. It Is tho re. peat sales that count. When the first bottle gives good results a second bottle la nlways sold. thousands of cases people have vohmtnry come forwstd with their personal endorsements. These nro fads ns indisputable as the rock of Gibrnller. They prove that Tnnlac has relievid stomach, kidney, liver and catarrhal ills. Tanlac is Mug Introduced in I, sneakier nt R. E McRohcrts. Tnulnc may be obtained in theneatby cities. Paint t.irk, J. N, Mutcalf; decker & Italian); I.ittlo Hickman, Collier ami llruner; Iterrn, S. E. Welch; Stanford. Penny's Drug Store; Junction City, Reynolds ami Evans; Richmond. II. I,. Ferry & Son; Crab Orchard, I.J no Urns ; Ilurgln, G. T. Schoolfield; Danville, John S. Wells. R. E. Mcltoberts, Lancaster, nnd W. (' West. Silver Creek 1 L EI.KIN. Local Editor nnd MJr. At at benton. F A. MnCllEL Inlfrtd Member the Pcronl (! l'ot Office In IaiicmW r, Kj., Mall Matter, Kentucky Press Association nd Eighth District Publishers' league. Lancaster, Kjr., September 28, 1916 Rates For Political Annoiinrcincnts $ 6.00 For Precinct and Citv Ollices por County Offices 10.00 la(a(a(a(a(a(a(a(a(a(a(a(BI ASSAULTS AGED NEGRO tor State nnJ District Ollices. . 15.00 .10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line WITH PICK HANDLE. FRED E. WARNER For all publications in the interGospel Suloist am) Musical Director "Uncle" Bill Arnold, better know a individuals or expresest of of Danville, Indiana, who is in chnrge "Love" was assaulted by his stepson, sion of individual views, per of the music at the revival now in Louis Faulkner last Sunday with r line .10 progress at the Christian Church. pick thnndle. indicting severe, if not .05 Obituaries, per line a teiisonai. wont). fatal Wounds. It is thought the skull Fred F. Wnrner, tenor gospel soloist is fractured, a broken shoulder nnd and music director, has been constantly three broken ribs ar.d other minor in Democratic Ticket. doing church singing since he was juries nre the result. Faulkner claims eighteen years of nge, nnd although that Arnold was attempting to strike his life work has been that of a news- his (Arnold's) wife when he interfered paper editor, he has found time ench to protect her. Faulkner was taken year to do some singing in the evange before Judge Arnold, who held him listic field. His singing has tnken him over to the grand-jurunder a $500 to many different parts of the country. bond which Faulkner being unable to and associated him with some of the give, was remanded to jail. Arnold is leading evangelists and pastors of the in n precarious condition and his re For President present time. He was, for one season covery is doubtful. WOODROW WILSON, sent out by the Presbyterian General of New Jersey. Assembly Committee on Evangelism NO BLUNDERING For Vice President under Dr. J. Wilbur Chapman's direcTHOMAS It. MARSHALL tion, and later was a member of the IN KENTUCKY. Gospel Company of Indiana. in the great simultaneous meetings at It is well enough for the Democracy FOR CONGRESS. Chicago, Toronto (Canada) and Brook- in Kentucky to understand that to win lyn. He has had charge of the meet- the electoral vote in November it HARVEY HELM, of STANFORD, KV ings with such evangelists as Dr. Ed- must light snd tight hard, contesting win S. Stucker, Dr. Wm. E. Bieder, every inch of the ground and bringing We are authorized to announce Miss Dr. Authur J. Smith. Rev. Da - out every Democratic vote. If 10,000 Jennie HigKins a candidate for County wolf. Toy and others, and his wotk has Democrats in the State should stay lei S. School Superintendent of Garrard always given satisfaction. awny from the olls, an nveroge of five County, subject to the action of the He i a genial, courteous, Christian to the precinct, the Republicans will Democratic primary August 1917. gentleman.and makes friends at once of cary Kentucky, there must te no young and old. His voice is a sweet, blundering or mismanagement, but We are authorized to announce J. O. sympa thetic, lyric, tenor. As a gospel wise leader-shiorganization close Bogie, as a candidate for the Democsoloist he excels. As a leader of songs and every voter gotten to the polls ratic nomination fcr County Court he possesses a voice with power and Kentucky, for a number of Presiden Clerk, primary to be held August 1917. back of it, enthusiasm ana const oration. tial elections, has been n close State, In addition to the large adult chorus In 1S9G the Republicans elected ten We are authorized to announce has a big choir of children and electors and the Democrats one. In Jeptha Onstott n candidate for the he people who brighten the music 1900 Hrjan enrried the State by only democratic nomination for County Court ycung His 5000. In 1916 Parker carried it by less and give power to the service. Clerk, subject to the action of the prinew friends in Lancaster will be in- than 10,000. In Bryan only had a mary, August 1917. terested in the following personal word majority of 11.000 and in 1912 Wilson We are authorized to announce E. H. from Dr. Chapman, the world's great- hod only a majority ot 2,000 over the Tnft nnd Roosevelt vote. Ray as a candidate for the Democratic est evangelist. E Warner. These figures in the last six Presidennomination for Assessor of Garrard Mr. Fhed Danville, Indiana. tial elections show how close Kentucky county, subject to the action of the My Dear Friend: With all my heart is. They give hope and encouragement Primary, August, 1917. 1 wish to thank you for the assistatce to the Republicans. In addition to this, Mr. Hert, the The citizens of Lancaster should con- you rendered in connecticn with the campaigns. National Republican Committeeman gratulate themselves upon having in I have always been intensely interested s prospect one of the Dest privately ownfor Kentucky, has charge of the ed electric light, heat and power fran- in you ever since I have known you, in the Chicago headquarters now the bonds which unite us are and if coin can carry the State Hert chises of any town of its size that we but I pray for know of. The ordinance creating the more sacred and strong. will see that it is supplied. franchise has been prepared with tte God's best blessing to rest upon you in It is not a year for confidence upon greatest care and no effort has been all the work you do. the part of Democrats, but for work. When we meet in the Eternal City N4t a year for claims of a big majority spared to give the citizens of the town all the protection that can be given by I am sure we will have much to talk but a year to work to secure n substancontract. The rates to private conun about in connection with these meet- tial one. We have the votes to make mers is lower than any town eurround-in- c ings. It is a jov to me to think that victory certain but to be absolutely ns. The street liehtlni rnntrnet the music of Heaven will bo sweeter sure of winning we must see thaterery disposed of at the recent sale will b'ive j and ,he chorU;) of ingers larger be casts hit ballot. Elizabeth-tow- n able to do. news. the citizens twice as much street light cause of what ou were Mr. Alexander joins me in the sin- riinnim from sunset until flnwn utth. The Question. out moon.li.fht schedule for less m0nPV merest appreciation, and I am always I.tttle Willie (who is of a painfully than we are now paying for the street of the dire ,t0. be of "Stance to you. Inquiring turn of mind) 'Mamma, Faithfully yours, t lights until one o ckx-- with J. WiLiitm Chapman. tell me; do mosquitoes bite us heenu-schedule, while the private consumers they like us, or because they don't get a twenty four hour service for less like us?" money than the present eight hour ser- REVIVAL SERVICE . t, i ii... it u. r . ius- vice, iiie purtuuscr. an. Improved Thumb Taek3. tin. is well known to the citizens of the At Christian Uiirch Drawing bood Irowds Invented thumb tacks nre town as one of the most energetic and The revival service which began at the help In provided inorougn going young uusiness men oi christian church last Sunday morning drawing with handles to dowt. with' Into them, which fold our city. We have no doubt that he 3 attracting unusual interest nnd the Ihe heads of tho tacks m as to be out will comply with all the provisions of auditorium of the church is filled every of the way when not needed. the contract and give us n lighting sys- - evening. Tho afternoon meetings tern according to the terms of the con- - which started Tuesday are being well Looking Ahead. tract which will be one of the most attended. Mr. Brooks is n very you "Jump In my cur and I'll and modern in the State of fu unj entertaining speaker and the through our residenthU district." mid Kentucky. By this contract there will or Mr. Fred Warner as well as the proud citizen. ""Never mind about be several hundred dollars saved per ,j3 ubility as u choir leader, is that." mid the visitor. "My time Is in the pumping of the water. ceiving much favorable comment. The limited. Show me a few of your lendThe contract for lighting the streets The following program is announced ing culmrets fco I will be able to Und my way around when I come back here and the prices to be charged to private' for the week; UKIlltl." Thursday -- 2:30 Methods of the consumers for electricity ure far more 30 ho Conversion of an Etheo-joithan we anticipated .und wo Solo, He Lifted Me. In congratulations with the citizens pian Nobleman Friday "J:30, Why I am a Disciple. HURRAH! RINGLING in having this important matter dit7:30, A Great Religeous Awakening posed of so favorably. Among Men, .Meeting for men. Solo, DAY ALMOST HERE Some Other Day. CLARK COUNTY'S EXAMPLE. Saturday 7:30 Making tho Moat of Big Circus and Great Spectacle Occupy especially for If the Democrats of the state general Yourself, Five Trains Crammed With Wonders. Solo, Our Mother's young people. ly would be as liberal and us enterprisWay. ing as aie those of Clark county, there The big event for which the young Church MiSunday Oct. lt-ll:- 00 and grownups have been impat would be no trouble about ranging the. Solo, Some One Is Watching tiers crobes. money for the ligitiinate campaign neciently waiting is drawing near, for on Your Light. 2:30, The Prodical DaughRlngling Brothers essities. The Democrats of Winchester ter, for women only. Solo, Better I Friday, October Cth, and Clark county, declining outside as circus is to exhibit in afternoon only in Know. 7:30, What Defense Will You Ky. Expectancy never ran sistance raiseu o.wu anu gave me nir.. i. ii,- - i.i....,..i? Solo, ;Nev Richmond so high before and it is likely that this most elaborate spread ever attempted ,looks wm All Be Opened ... nrmuvhy w . Mondliy W,lch Church Shall I Join? district will send a large delegation to occasion ol . feed the elephants. Unusual interest "'"" Solo, The Modal Church. spectacle. the .uuu people, ami ten bp, no to.wu to Tuailay2ijo, What An Unbeliever centers arou dwith giganticthe famous which niiuiiii:UHnii .null an ertuuiia lu Must BelieVe 7:30, What Must I Do 'Cinderella," listen to burning oratory and enjoy bur To tiB gHVej7 Solo, Come Over The showmen are this season opening their wonderful main tent program. "Oil uiiti iiui uvvut.fi memo. Ji tua a l.me. day never to be forgotten by those wlio Wednesday-2.3- 0, Why I Am Not A derella" is probably the best loved of were fortunate enough to be present Campellite. 7:30, The Religeous all fuiry tales and to see it produced for the lavish display of hospitality ucation of the Children. Solo, He with more than lOOOpersons. Hundreds and the cheering words of the speakers. Loves Even Me. of dancing girls and glorious pagenants The money for the entertainment indeed gives promise of making "childwas easily raised, scores contributing' hood's golden dream come true." In BABYS LETTER NO. 4. $100. each and still others largely more' the same great tent will come the mar than that sum, while all uppenrtdto' You'd belter 'vestigate-p- ut 100 on our velous circus numbers In which give according to their ability. men and women ierforiners, scores of peepers, If other counties, many of thrtii morel Lookout! huvo n o doubt about trained animals and a galaxy of special able to contribute thun Claik, would sweepers. features are htroduced. The majority give half us much as the bus for the' Piione 397, Miss Fannlu Bishop call. of the acts are entirely new to America advancement of the Democratic cause. the Ringling Bros., having secured the OUon will suit you large or small. there would be no occabion for fears or They make the best, by test; pick of those European performers who on want to rest! have been obliged to seek engagements doubtl on the part ot the campaign Me busy, committee for Its expenses. An emu- Muzer sayi, "That enough silly stuff," in this cocntry because of the war. The lation of Clark' splendid example is Good by, may you be happy, proper street parade will UKe place urged and rivalry luggc.ted. show day morning. Like old time Kansas "hopper." . y Chapman-Alexandpurse-strirgmoon-ligh. State Chairman, J, Campbell Can trill, ndilressed the voters at Ver sallies Monday and will speak to those of Marshall County nt Benton on Oct, 2nd. He is the busiest man imaginable but takes the time to speak in the eastern nnd western parts of the State. Congressman A. W. Darklov will spcrk nt Richmond October 2nd, nnd Democratic doctrine will be preached nt nearly every county scat in Ken tucky on that date. tl . Mary Richards sat In tho dock house The way Miss IMIth Manning's en working her typewriter, a northeastcagemeut to George Cross came to bo er was blowing In from the ocenn. mid broken was this: the waves ns they rolled under Ihe IMIth. when she was seventeen, had dock shook the structure built on It. a love affair with Fred .Stanford. Thcro was n telephone Instrument Stanford's uncle was n banker nnd screwed against the wall, and sudden hnd it branch In Hongkong, tie offerly there enme n sharp ring. Whether ed his nephew n position In his China the electric current ns stronger than house that would Insure him n fortune usual or thai .Mnry wns Influenced b; In a few years. 1'rcd accepted nnd Before leaving he the terror of the storm, the bell seem went to Chlnn. get IMIIh to promise that she cd to call her to henr somo bad news. tried to would wnlt for III lit nnd mnrry him Sho hurried to the Instrument and, unwhen he returned with his fortune. hooking tho receiver, held It to her IMIth nns not siilllclently In lore with ear, him to make such n promise, but told ".Mary," conic the olco of John Tal- him that If when he rniuc back she bot, to whom Mnr was betrothed and felt ns she did nt Ids going she would who she suposed was coming up be lits wife. from Florida In n const steamer of 1'rcd was obliged to bo content "Mb which he was third mate, "take up a this nnd went nwny hoping that she bonnl In the northwest corner of my would bo truo to him, though he had room nt home." no reason to bo suro that she would Thcro mis a click, nnd Mary knew Dp to this tlmo IM I III had been a that cnmmuuliatloti wns shut off. She schoolgirl and had not seen tunny waited for It to be renew ed. then rat men, but soon nftcr Fred's depnrturo tied the book Hint held tho receiver, sho was Introduced Into society nnd called, did cterythlng sho could think been mo n belle. Sho met so many atof to attrnrt nttcntlon, but could not tractive men that they neutralized her break the silence. At Inst, Impressed Interest Three years passed by n feeling of one, she bung up (he when sho met the man who was enpa-bi- o receiver and. trembling, returned to of Inspiring her nlth n grand pasher seat sion. George Cross was ono of those The Georce llrcwslcr. In which John aggressive, strong willed men who Talbot wns coming north, was not due when they once get a vroninn under to nrrire till the next day Had she tbclr thumb arc llnblc to keep her put Into some port on the coast below? there. The more bo brow bents them Sho might hare done so to avoid the tho mora passionately they love him. storm, for she wns an old vessel ami Cross proposed to IMIth, ami she fell not considered very seaworthy. Hut Into his arms ns If sho hnd been struck what did this fragmentary message by lightning. menu? "Take up n board In tho north The Manning country placo wns a west corner of my room nt home." beamy. The house bad liccn built by Mary nnd John were to bo married an architect who was also nn artt't, soon after his return from this voyngc and the grounds, const'tlng of n dozen Could the message have anything to acres, were bcnullfully laid out. Mr do with the preparations that were Manning, IM lib's father, wns very being made for the wedding pmud of It. One day n mnn drove The next morning news was publish by it who wns looking for n placo for ed of the loss of the George Itrcwsler the location of certain scenes for a nnd all on board She had foundered picture play. It wns Just what he Wreckage at sea off Cape llattcras wanted, and nfter Inquiring to wujjtu had been wnshed ashore Identifying It belonged and Mr. Manning's busiher. ness addresi be called on blm nnd Mary Itlchnrds when she began to re- nsked If ho would consent to tho use cover from the shock of her loss re- of his placo for the purposamentlonel message, membered her telephone Mr. Manning nsked how much picnow had her betrothed been able to ture business was Involved, and wbcu communicate with her while nt sea Informed that n young mnn would be There wns no nlreless telegraph ap driven up to tbo house In an automoparatus on the Brewster by which he bile, would alight nnd enter tho home, could communlcnte with the shore later to emerge through the sntnc door Besides, the voice she had heard wns nt which be went In with tbo star achis, nnd he addressed her direct. tress of tbo play, reenter tho auto and John Talbot's mother had tiled nben bo driven awny with her, Mr. Manho was a little boy, and his father had ning gavo his consent to tbo uso of married a woman whoTJad made life his place, and the pictures wcro to be miserable for her husband nnd her taken the next day. When Edith heard (hat evening at stepson. As soon as John was old enough to earn nny money she Insisted dinner from her father what was to that ho should go to work nnd forced bo dona she was much Interested nnd him to bring all he earned to her. This awaited the arrival of tho movlo men continued till ho grew to manhood I with impatience. Tho next morning, when be beran to retain tits earnings bearing an auto coming up tho road, way, sho went to tho ntiidow nnd mw He bad told Mary that he bad accu mutated scrcral thousand dollars nnd tho leading gentleman of the play before leaving on his lat voyage had handsomely drcscd. n chrysanthemum taken the precaution to m.nke n will j In bis buttonhole, betug drlren up to leaving It to her. But he bad not told i tbo front entrance. her where cither the will or tho proper ' Now, It did not occur lo .Miss Mini nlng that Ihe ceue wan photo ty was to be found. Mrs. Talbot was aware that John graphed ami that hc wmilj npi'enr In iulfe llt.e'.t II was ber was saving money, nnd ns soon ns the picture news came of his death nt sea she beo Interest In something novel to tier thai prctcnted llili entering her head. So gnn to bunt for It, or, rather, evidence ' was she thai ln leuiied mil of It. She believed Hint John hnd In curious vested his savings In stocks or bonds of the window, keeping her cos fixed and that he had kept Ids securities at on the top of the aetor'H tllk hat lui homo Instead of placing them In n mediately below her till be had dlsnp within safelr denoslt - enmnnnv: but. n luiiii-l- -i , peared leading the vestibule . The- had arrived nnd alio hunted high nnd low fur anything was walling fur the leid ! Unit would roprrn-n- t money, she found lng domistnlr gentleman, though Miss Mnnnliix nothing. was not aware of ber arrival En-- er Mary for n long bile was mi crush to see what would happen next. IMIth I ed by her loss that she thought not Ii I maintained her position. lng of the mailer of her lover's ms Suddenly she fell herself clasped One day ihe net Mrs Tal sessions from behind and u mnn'x heard agiluii hot, who said to her with n view to ber check. Turning her fare, she learning Mimclhlng almm the missing ognlzcd at onre her former lover. roc Fred property: W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. ll.'l. Ollice Phone 18. Residence Phone Kentucky. THE NATIONAL BANK OP Capitol $50,000. A. It Surplus 430,000. )ENNY. President J. II STORM ES. Vice Prrs't, JMIiltV, It. T. Asa't Cushier. . II DENNY. Cashier. per. f J. U Gtl.l., Ilook-K'r- Safety Deposit WE R, Boxes Denny, Dr For J. II. Rent. SOLICIT YOUR GUI. I1USINESS, Posey, J. E. Elliott, Directors. Samual D. Cochran, Alex Stormcs. S. C. Denny. J. - W. M. SPECIAL TRAIN EXCURSION CINCINNATI AND RETURN Sunday, October I Junction City SPECIAL TRAIN 1 EAVES JUNCTION CITY S.3S A. M. C. B. IIARP.ERSO:?. Ticket Agent JL'NCriONCITV, KY. j j g ' j ter-7;- 1 n - sermon-lectur- e "I supposo John turned oer hi m Ings to you before lie wtt to mvi the last time." Mary replied that he hail not done so, nnd that was ull ihnt was sold im tho subject hclneon tliciu Hut Mrs Talbot's word nnd manner el Mary to thinking. In this eiiunei llon t.tio re mcmbercd the telephone nieasnae "Tnko upn boanl In the nonlinest cor my mom nt home." ucr of Wherever I ho message bad come from, whether trunsmltlcd by uuiiirai or fciipernatural menus, Mary mm enn ticctci It v,h Ihe ml'sing proper! After deliberation Mio concluded n g to n lawyer and ask bis aiMce ns In what to do. lie nicrrcd to tend tome ono to the Talbot bouse, wnlih mi op portunlty to take up without Mrs. Tal hot'a kuonliHle the board In tho lloor lu the iiuithucsl corner of John's room. This duly was mislgiied n delec live, who employed a confederate to decoy Ihe stepmother nwny while Ihe detective went Into the loom delg naled and removed tho hoard. ' i ,,,, , rcssltles. The story Mary told has been the subject of much thought unions gel eutlsts, especially those ho are work lng on new lines of transmitting Ihe Ono morning Mnry received n tnos sago from her attorney in call nt bis olllce, nnd on nrrlilng there he showed her n will executed by John Talbot, leaving nit his prois-rtto her, nnd handed her bonds the Interest on which was sulllclent In meet her iiniiu.il ne h siipernaliiral ne.ms. liuinnu voice without n inntcrlnl con ductor, Some of them believe thin John Talbot hit upon n natural law us yet unrevcnlc-- l lo tho world, The psychical research people bcllevo Unit I ho mesngo ivi sent by what we pal' which was not In the play, show Ins IMIth In the arms of a man, nnd. the light striking her fare, n fair likeness of her was obtained. Ily the time the leading gentleman nnd lady emerged from tho lionso IMIth and Fred had disappeared from Ihe window. When the lllins were made up tho person who did the work, supposing (hat tho window sccno was a part of tho play, left It In. Well, the rest of the story-t- ho prln clpnl part of no telling. When Georgo Cross henrd that a picture of I tho Manning place was glren In a ' movlo play he went to sec It. Ho saw moro than ho had cxpeclcd-h- ls fiancee In the arms of n strange man. None of Edith's friends up to this tlmo had Eocn (bo play, nnd before they did the window scene had liccn eliminated But George Cross hnd seen It. nnd that wns enough. Ho wrote n noto to Edllh peremptorily breaking tho en gngemcnt between them. ITad ho told her tho cnuso nil might hnvo been explained; but. being ono of those up and down men, llko Caesnr. whoso wlfo must bo above suspicion, bo disdained to giro nny reason for hl At first Edith was stunned, action. but when somo tlmo had passed wllh out another word from him and she learned tho rouse of his treatment of her she turned against him. nnd, though he afterward lagged her for glveness, she never gavo It. Sho was consoled by Tred Stanford ind rejoiced at tho episode that occa Honed tier break with his rival, for Stanford proved nn excellent husband, i ml sho had had onlto enough of Cross. ' Stanford. The photographer must liavo Iwen n sen in i of the first water, for ho took n closo up picture of this episode '1 in. y v. .1! vt i l.iiurancc o.i your liojsc, lor iney can't burn. A:i.l in addition thty arc jiciuianciit, weatherproof, fine in uiipcurancc and inexpensive. 2 For Sak by s-- Local Contrnctors or Cortripht Melnl RoolinijCo. 50 North 2flnl Street. Philadelphia. Pn. Draw A Check for tho money you ov e ami note how much more res- The Cenzr'cil Record $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Lancaster, - pectfully your creditors you. They like to do busiuuss with a mini who has an account nt the Gatrard Batik & Trust Go. tired-don- 't They know lie is doini; business In a busiress liko way. Hotter open such an account even if your attaint nro not large. Thev will t;row all right. Kentucky. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company i ne Central Record, Thursday Sept. 28 Iy b I News From Coatvill and Suitdom Our Fall Lines Contain Much that will interest you. includes much that will facinate you. Models of chick grace and piquant charm. It Our Shoes are the Most Daring and Dashing We Have newest lines and constructed of novel cloth and pile fabric.matenals. SUITS breathing the latest zephyr of fashions desire in Poplin Velour, Whipcord, Putrician, Broadcloth and all the textile what-n- ots the season vogue. COATS cut on Ever Shown. THE just must inspect these wonderful models! somewhere among them is one onliest Suit or Coat of which you have been dreaming. You must JOSEPH MERCANTILE GO. ii i The One Price Store. Where Quality Is King. BECKER & BALLARD PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE, Mr S. 0. Haseldcn was in Cincinnati Mr. It. E. Hughes, of Louisville is in HUNTER-PRICthe city this week on bssiness. last week rn business. YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLl'MN, Miss Ha Hunter, aged If. und daughMr. Walker Reynolds of Cannon Ky. Mesdames F. I". Frishie and M. K. I is vniting his kinsfolks. .Mr. John Hunter of this county, Dennv were visitors in Stanford, on ter of JOHN DEERE AND IIOOSIER WHEAT DRILLS. j was married to Mr. Kay Price, aged Mrs S. A. I). Jones of Richmond has Tuesday. WANTED- - Hoarders. Apply 22, of Crab Orchard last Saturday. " Mr, Milton Elliott left for Louisville The ceremony lieen visiting Mrs J. N. Ross, pd. Mrs. II. K. Walter. was performed by Judge Come in and see our A P.rUf Mention of the Comlnji and Tuesday where he enters the Den- C. A. Arnold Miss Lillic. Mat-- Sutton has returned last in the county court room Goir.gi lyThoic Wt Arc Inttrciltd In. FOR SALE. My hotue and lot on tal College of that city. in the presence of about 0 interested Lexington St. from Lexington and Frankfort. Oil Stoves, Screen Doors, Screen Cloth and Water Mrs Susan Fisher. Mrs. Luther Gibbs and Miss Eliza- spectators. tf Mrs. Anna II. Singleton of Versnllles (ilhlis. snent seven1! days in Lex Coolers at reduced prices. beth FOR SALE A solid oak dining room Mrs. E. P Ilrown whs visitor in j is here for u visit to Mr?. J. I. Hamilton ington this week with friends and rel cxtcntion table, in perfect condition Imi"ille last Saturday. New line of Cook Stoves and Ranges just received. Mr. and Mrs George Ilallew, of near Mrs. J. A. Anion. Mrs Will Italian! if Irvine lias been The culmination of a courtship of visited Lancaster relatives Mem Cecil Ilrown and Hilly Miller FOR RENT-T- he the guest of Mrs J. N. Ross. Alex Walker prop-crt- y over three jears resulted in the mar- Sunday. an( Muses Alice Itigncy nnd Charlott" on Lexington street. Call or. riage of Miss Ilertha Lee to Mr. LawMrs. J. C. Robunon was unall-dij- i Mr and Mrs O. It. Cm..nt..r nn.l Mr Pollitt motored to Paris and Millers- rence Pollard yesterday morning, the G. C. Walker. tf. ' sojourner in Danville rccnitly. The Square Dinl House. J. W iker motored to High Bridge burK Sunday. marriage ceremony taking place at Sunday Seed Wheat Rye and Barley at GarMr. and Mr. W. II. Lackey visited Mr. and Mrs, II. J. McRoberts and Richmond, at St. Marks church, Rev. rard Milling Co. Mrs J. T. Ynntis, Inst Friday night. Mr. Dan Collier Elkin left for Atlanta Miss Annie Davis McRoberts, of Stan- - Father Hinternish officiating. Miss Mr. unci Mrs. J. F. Iloltzcl.iw spent Friday to enter the iredical college of ford were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lee is the attractive daughter of Mr. K. E. McRoberts jesterdny. and Mrs. II. D. Lee, of this city and WANTED hut Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. M. II. that city. Good price paid for white Turner. Mrs W. F. Reichelderfer of Payne, she has just passed her nineteenth and colored peafowl tails. Mrs. S A. Walker and little daughter birthday. She is accomplished and Mrs M. R. Richardson The Ilaptist Minister. Iter. A. .1. Georgetta, have been recent visitors in Ohio, nnd Mrs J. M. Stapp, of Lexing- very beautiful. The lucky groom is 411 S. Perrv Montgomery Ala ton, Ky., are here for a visit to theii Clerr- spent several daj s lit Crah Or- Ilustonville, father. Mr J.P. Prather, and other rela- the oldest son of Mr ind Mrs Hon Pol-- I chard Springs. Mr and Mrs Robert Bean accompanien Foit new, painted and lard, of Judson and is one of Garrard's tives and friends. Never Misses Stella Stone and Hellen Young ed friends on an auto tlip to High splendid young men and successful far-- I well seasoned hemp brakes. Prof. McIIenry Rhodes of Frankfort iners. Thy returned to spent lust Thursday night with May Hridge Sunday. Lancaster been used. State Supervisor o f Ccnsolidated yesterday afternoon and were Walter Hammock, Lancaiter, Ky. and Mien Turner. Mr J. E. Dickerson and family were riven n Schools, was in Lancaster, Tuesday Mrs Sallie Hoss Lawron left Friday in Millersburg on Sunday to see Mr having come to inspect the Iluena Vista delightful wedding dinner at the home of the brides parents, Mr. and Mrs. II. Wesley Dickerson. FOR RENT: My farm of ISO acres Hryantsv'lle and Paint Lick consolidat- D. Lee. ' friends in Chicago. for 1917, with two houses and threo Miss Margaret Hopper I'ayne of Fay- - ed schools, and pronounced them well tobacco barn?. Also some household Mrs. Allie I'eltus. ot Crah Orchard e.te county is the guest of her sister, conducted. Quite So. and kitchen furniture which 1 will sell Ins been a visitor of Mrs. Joe L Fran- - Mfss Jane Hopper. The oculist Is naturally optimistic, privately. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Moore and two Mrs. Sallie Sanders. 'cm on Danville avenue. Miss Mary Chestnut has returned little children and Mrs. Henry Payne. there being lots of money In sight for Lancaster, Ky. ,ro,n a l'rutrH:t1 visit to relatives of Lexington, motored over and spent him. On the other hand, the dentist Is In order to settle up an estate, I will sell at Professor Henry Lloyd, of Lexington "''Br Athens, Tennessee. day with Mr. Loe Hopper and sis- - not necessarily pessimistic because ho the RESIDENCE FOR SALE. was here the lirst of the week looking looks down In the mouth. private sale Mrs Payne often after tanning interests. Miss Georgia Jonrs of Richmond and ,''r 'Mlss Jun'' l'0PPer' We ofrer the beautiful residenco on , ... Mr Scrivner of Irvine, were the truest remaining for several weeks with ,i Danville street, formally the Uurnajde home folks. Wise Wordi. Mr Reburt Ross. her home in Louisville after a visit to Sunday, property, for sale. For information, There Is so much good Ir the worst apply to W. O. Goodloe, Dr. R. L. Pontius, late of Lancaiter. Mr. Ware McRoberts. of Atlanta . Lancaster, of us, fo much bud In the est of us, located 4 miles from Lancaster on Lexington pike, Mrs Frank 11. Mnrksbury. here on a visit to hii parents. Mr. and "nrera a flve clini: for animals, he that n by mhih' of us Ky, or Joe McCormick. Asheville, N.C. Miss Alberta Anderson spent a being at the head of this Department should be big enough for the rest of near the famous Camp Dick Robinson farm. Mrs. Robert E ' McRoberts ' day in Lexington and was the! in connection with the State College ut This place has a two story frame house with 8 mnt Miss Allie home after a Iiexi totli ret dogs ami cats are so- - us. ntis is at RESIDENCE FOR SALE. gu.stof Mrs. Henry Lloyd. rooms, bath, etc., all out buildings, large stock and toit. "ou-- liciu.,1 for ministrations and will be Having decided to locate in the tenth Messrs W. G. Corvan U'slie Ends A Cure for Nerves. 11. nntis of rlem.ngsburg. Kivt,n peeM Bt,cntl0I1. bacco barns, silo, ice house, stock scales and tenant Hiid John S. Murphy of near Ilustonville rt Sofa cushions filled with n stulllng I offer for sale my property on Maplu Mrs. Howard Withers returned to were recent Garrard visitors. 0ur office was greatly handicapped largely composed of dried herbs of va- ave, consisting of a six room cottage, house all in good repair. her home in Louisville last Friday after thij rious kinds are now being wild as n bath, cellar and modem conveniences, Mj M Farm is watered by pond, pools, and springs, Miss AiiieAmoid left Friday for ruts, a short visit to Mr and Mrs J U. House. Reid week bv Ule Rbst.nce of,ick ut for cure for nerves. It Is claimed that the and about -- i acres of ground Poultry wno ,, bce on1lu Induce at a never railing spring which supplies bur- as teacher a D. and D. Instt- - Mis Davj Harris of Danville was the past ten days. She is now in Lex- sweet scents sufferer,pleasant thoughts houses, barn, smoke house, nice fruit also wind-mi- ll nnd that the being freed from tion I , , ,. in ., a visitor last Saturday of her sister. ington under the care of a specialist worry, falls asleep, sleeps soundly uml and good cistern. Two desirable lots Darrcis cue it. lurm tute. iwo water tanxs nomine can be sold from this property. .Mrs i. II. Henderson on Richmond St. and we hope to see her return toon peacefully und so soon regalus u can be divided into two or more farms. J. M. Mount. Miss Annie Margaret Elkin is fully restored to her normal health. normal nerve totfe. rapid recovery fiom typhoid fever. . Mr uml Mrs "ood.on Carpenter of The price is reasonable and liberal terms. Pictures of the attractive bungalow were the guest tin Horses and Mules Wanted. ft'aciiersville, f,.,wl Ihavintr taken Her llrt Tor further information ripply to of his sister, Mf and Mrs O. R. Carpen-- 1 ttni1 "djorninc flower garden of the Friday, I will buy some good cotton or army home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank L. Austin lt.r. mules or horses. Ky Mis Eugenia Denny of Lexington M.s. W. II. Price, Mrs. Ld Piice. at Uerrjville Arkansas have been re- A. W. II. Uurton. will be the guest of Mrs. E. L. Ovvsle'v ceivt,j , Ullca3ter frU.nJ. ArtUtic Lancaster. Ky. during the revival at the Christian Mrs. Lula Johnson and Mrs. G. P. Ter- - ora, urraKt.ments ..jo,,, ,1,,. ,,raS8 of rill motored over to Danville last Sat-- ! ,,,. , ...rw , .,, in vi,,n. , , church. For Sale. ' unlay. Farip, Slock And Crops Lancaster home of Mrs. Austin in dnys Mrs. Osee I hill man returned to homo Having sold my Harbor Shop. I have Mrs. E. II. Clay and Misi Lockhurt, gone by. in Louisvill' Monday after a visit to ON WEDNESDAY. OCTOI1ER II, an eight room house, practically new. Mrs. May Hughes Noland mid other of Puri", were recent guests uf Miss At the recent Slate W. C. T. U. 19U). AT 1:00 O'CLOCK, on the prem- on Crab Orchard St, for sale. For any Toinmie Francis at the homo of Mrs. ! kinspeople. Convention of Lexington, Mrs. Clar- ises one ami Malcolm House. miles from Dan- information see liable Duulap. ence Williamson of that city delivered ville, on the Shnkvrtuwn road, we will Mrs. V.. P. Ilalley left Monday tuj ' Mr. und Mrs. Ah in Estes, of Richthe address of Welcome as President sell at rtiblic auction the following Wanted. j )in her husbaml at Newman, California after a several months visit here tit mond avenue spent a week at Crah land representative of the Womans Club pioperty. Job us steam traction Engiiwer ExOrchard and were quests of his Bister, Tins is of interest to Lancaster people The farm of sevonty.four acres, with pert. Alsi general machinery Expert. her former hoiiie. Mis Mattie l'stes. as Mrs. Williamson is n native of this dwellimf, tenant house, large If jou ure not getting satisfaction out Mr and Mrs John K. Stounes are lit place being the graudduughtsr of Gen- barn with silo ami other needed outMr. and Mrs. J. W. Acey. of Stan- of your Machinery, or if your Rcpare liomu nfter attendiug the National foul motored over Monday and were eral I.amlram and Congressman Duulup. buildings, all in good npair. Th.i farm Hill is running too high, write me. Association of Retail Druggists assemRosj Lawton, entertained is watered by, a spring uml iinver.fail-ni- g Wages will lie reasonable. guetts of Air and Mrs Hughes on Mrs. Sallie bled at Indianapolis. stream. Ths place is ideally Richmond Avenue. at a delightful six o'clock dinner last Clarence Preston Jacksonville, 111, Mrs John I:. Stni ines goes next week for the best markets, schools uml Mrs, Ethel West Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Newland and week in honor of to Covington as delegate from the ' .Mo.t of the farm is in grass D.i mold, Min Edna Gulley and Miss ihurches. For Sale. cal society to the Mynodical Meeting of li indsume children, of Stanford, spent Allie Arnold. The following guest and nearly all of the fencing is good. last Sunday with Mrs. I.illii Johnson, ill extra Rood feeding cattle, wil omens Misionary Society. tli were piesent: Misses Shelby Mason,' The land is productive uml will raise weigh on Richmond street. over IKK) pounds. Lidn Ruiney, llettio West. Mary An- hemp and tobacco. Mr. Thomas Turner who luu been L. P. Nunnelltiy, Mr. Frank Tinder came over from nold, .Mrs. Ellen Owsley, Mrs. Green Will also sell our entire dairy, convisiting his brother Mr. M. U. Turner, Phone 2211. Stanford, Ky.. 'Muy with his pal Clay Walker, Mrs Edd Ross and Mr. sisting of li cows, 4 heifers and 1 left last Saturday and was uccompalued K M Tllldur Bnd Mr- - Tin Chatlie Haidin. thoroughbred Jeisey bull. Also dairy Mrs. M. II. Turner. e"t8,I'JJtfr by his dsvs. muipments: Milk cooler, buckets, ' 'Mrs. W. II. Denny and little G months Notice. runs, buttle, etc. J' Al Atno"' Slrs- - I''"""a HKKIn old duughter Mary Elaenor are visiting HORSES-O- ne combined horse, 8 Tiie animal meeting of the stock H'ttw Robinson. Su i1"0""""1 relatives at El Dorado. Illinois. Mr. years old, gentle; will work anywhere. holders of tho Hurley Tohaeeo Company Dennv uccompained his wife and babv l,rU8l"'r B,lJ lMia 'I''1"1" were Sat- " One 0 year old lieavy work mare. will be held at our warehouse on Soutli m,,a' Jurners In Danville. daughter to Louisville. One C year old driving horse, gautle, Ilroadway, Lexington, Ky. October .. unui . .. ... way Hamilton ami .,... air airs ji. Mm. Marr..irer ,.,l ill d good driver. 10th, 191G. ut ten o'clock A. M. Ann!.. Powell were in Lexin Messrs Charles and Clarence Pearson of One aged mare. Hurley Tobacco Company, llHrrrdshurL- - motored nver last Time.. luesday, where Miss Powell One 3 year old trotting brctl mare. John W. Hull, Secretary. "d KlasS fitted. duv itiui wen. eue.ts of Mrs. Kll.l,..il. a Three thoroughbred Daroo Jeuey Denny and Mr, A. R. Denny. bows and pigs. Mrs. V. A. Lear and (laughters Enter Any Day. SEWING MACHINES One carriage, one buggy (almost Mr. Clias Fox and daughter Mrs. Mioses Ileruie and Mary Lee und Misses Terms Reasonable. new,) one old buggy, one buckbuard I sell the famous Singer sewing maGeorge Thurmau and Mrs Rockwell Marguret Cook, and Ruth Currier were three sets harness. chine. Also Singer oil and needles. If Smith of Danville and Mr. Hugh Fleece " l'arly of "'"tor'sta In Danville on SatOne two horse wagon, roller, har- your machine needs repairing call on STENOGRAPHY. of Louisville, wero entertained at urilaJ- rows, plows, hav rake, drill, etc. me on Campbell St. Satisfaction guardinner on Sunday by Mrs. John E Mr and Mrs W. P. Duncan of CKOPS-T- er tona nice timothy hay, anteed. Stormcs. motored to Lancaster SaturOR HAND. MACHINE eight tons mixed hay, UK) barrels of tsamaaswa Mrs. Fred 1'. Frisbie, President of day night and were the guests of tlwir corn, V22 shocks of fodder, CO shocks daughter, Mr Hiid Mrs S. G. Iluselden All desiring business sorghum. Transylvania Presbytery and Miss Sunday, Martha Gill, Secretary of Literature, over Incubator, two brood- TOBACCO TENANT WANTED. course could do no better One Cj will go to Covington next Monday to Midih'p man Lucien M. Grant left ers, coops, etc. Have Co acre farm fur rent on Mason attend the aynodiral meeting of the Wednesday for the Annapolis Naval than address Terms made frown on day i f sale. Gap. Five room houe villi ull Women missionary which convenenalu Academy, he entered on his second year W. II. SALLEE. necessary outbuildings. D. B. HARRIS, Principal, that city on the 3rd, 4th and 6th of as a studont at this institution this Danville, Ky. Mrs. W. II. King, Stanford, Ky Ky. October. Kentucky. Col. I, M, Dunn, Auctioneer. Danville coming week. pt) R. F. D. no 4 JOHN DEERE AND OLIVER SULKY PLOWS. Gossip About People V? v c 1 j I ' I J. R. MOUNT & CO. I ' lt-p- d SALK-Sey- 1 11 ' j I 200 Acres of Fine Improved Land. ' . ,....,i,.i..,Krai., 1 ; ..... itv !" mis i., 1 MRS CURT ROBINSON, Lancaster, PUBLIC SALE! j IF h ' lo-- j j -' We are offering '"' sister-in-lu- ' , DANVILLE ' I on all lJ s; BUSINESS e, SCHOOL . ne central hecord, Thursday Sept 28, 1916. Mrs, Mousls Tlobtnson, convicted fi GROWING ALFALFA SEED. tho Pike Circuit Court for the murder of her husband and given n penitenKENTUCKY NEWS Horns Production Foaslblo Wlin Mf-ki- t tiary sentence, mndo her csc.ipo while, Prices Aro Prohibitive. acting as a (rusty nt tho Jail. Attention has been called to possibilCUT TO THE QUICK V. It. flussell nnd W. A. Forsythe. ities In home production of nlfalfa seed farm tonan.s near I'almoutli, qua; rclrd. when market prices nrc imhlbltlo fur FOR BUSY READERS Itussell shot anil killed Forstho andd the planting of large nrens, h.ijh tho badly wounded l'orsythc's fourteen-year-ol- Ornngp Judil Farmer. Wctcm seed son. Then he shot himself mill holds the reputation for seed of In the mnutli and died Instantly, litis-sel- l the common or taproot varieties, nnd used a single barrel shntsun. Doth this has liocn nugmenled Iiy failure for liiid purchased a number of years po a! Clay ('It; nt $2 nn kcrc I' now men vera married nnd leave largo more eastern sections lo get weed from heil nt J 1,000 fvr aero on account of families. there varieties. It takes n drought to oil Kunl.pa. llurgct Hill, CO years old, Shelby-Mile- , mako I tic plants set, nnd ordinary Nicholas county In to recrlvo from apparently was dead when Guy j cars do not usually provide n long the Statu of Kentucky nbout 17 MX) S. Wells, nn undertaker, was sum- enough period which H hot nnd dry 1 for ! .Drrcmlior moned to prepare tho body for hurl.it Tho spreading root varieties, surh as ire on the ro.ids rrcimstnirted under Slate nlil. While ho was nt work retplratlon was (lilmm, however, can usually bo made A lil Democratic rnlly will bg held resumed by the supposed corpfo nnd to produ.-- e misI under ensleni rondl In IauIovIUo Friday night, Scptcmlcr tho undertaker retired In favor of the tloni, nnd the possibilities In home pro. doctor. Ills renewed lease of life, ductloii, both for the farm mid com20 bI which Secretary of War N"e-frhowever, was only for a few hours' mercially, hold much In pnmilo. l. linker will speak, In preparing the land for alfalfa seed OIDrrrB of the Louisville and Ken- duration, death ensuing. Miss Austin, It years old. production the soil Is handled In Jutt tucky Master Makers' convention say ptfijrto of IMilavlllc aie cow Retting ' Covington, nnd Mlsa Anna Austin, 16 the same way as when hay Is to be pro. loaves of bread a third smaller than years old, Falmouth, her cousin, re-- ; ditced. However, the seed Is planted I eclved Injuries which, physicians say, la rows ubottt eight Inches apart nnd formerly for 5 cents. dropped by The scarcity of coal cars will cause will prove fatal when they fc'l from sevcrnl seeds hand or with n hand drill, i to this n tal famine In many of llin cltlcj and the top of a Ferris wheel at tho Fal- rate It takes only andthe Inch. At tww one-hal- f one to According to witnesses loans of Kentucky In the next sixty mouth Fair. which the seat In riding pounds for nn acre, nnd with good luck they were dajs If rejlef Is not forthcoming, according to ('. I!. Coleman, general man turned turtle, when It reached the top the acre may return five bushels of seed. The success of tho seed crop It, of tho wheel. ager of n I'lnevlllo coal company. ! Rov. A. O. Stanley nnd Mrs. Stanley of course, largely dependent Umii the More than 3,000 hogs In Kentucky j will bo the guests of President Kd. weather, nnd common varieties may hnvo been submitted to a treatment i A. Tipton, of the Kentucky Trotting not be exected to do well unless a with globulin against cholera with the Horse Breeders' association, at Lex-- ; good drought stunts the plant growth rchiilt that I ho superiority of tho re- Ington, for tho trots on any day except enough to throw the plant energy Into fined serum over the unrefined has October 5. Mrs. Stanley reminded tho seed production. been demonstrated. An example of successful production governor when tho Invitation was ten-- . Dr. T. It. Welch, of Nicholas. Hie. dercd that he already had an engage-- I of alfalfa seed Is found on the farm of slocllnrd to ncrept the secretaryship mont for that day to take his three Lewis A, Morgan In Seneca county. of the Kentucky Tuberculosis Com- I small sons to the circus In Lexington. N. Y. In nccordnnco with n cnmpnlgn mission. The place pays f 3 50fl a A movement Inaugurated In lxlng- - conducted by the Lehigh Valley rail-- ' ioar. Tho commission selected Dr. ton following the death of General road In 101.1 to incournge alfalfa pro-- ' Welch to Miccctd Colonel L. M. Mam. Hasll W. Duke looking toward the ductlon Mr. Morgan planted one pound whose term has expired. appointment of Richard C. Morgan of Or I mm seed on nn acre. The cutCnvermr Stanley appointed Miss of that city, to succeed General Duke ting gave him fire bushels, which wits Jessie Vancey, of Maysvillc, a niemtrr on the Shlloh Park Hoard has brought enough for the land he wished to nut of tho Slate Tuberculosis Commission to light the fact that the park Is to Into nlfnlf.i for hay, and also gave hlra to fill out the unexpired term of Mrs. be taken over by the War Department nn opportunity to sell a little of the Dosha llrecklnrldge, resigned. Miss on the death of nil tho present mem- seed Ht $3(1 n bushel. Yarcey Is County School Superintendbers of the board and no more members are to bo named. ent of Mason county. SOIL FOR ANALYSIS. The birthplace of Jefferson Davis, at Attention has been brought to tho farmers of tho dark tobacco district Fair View, near Hopkinsvllle. will be Samples Sent to Experiment Station that they should save all their tobacco converted Into a public park If plans i Often Do Not Show Real Conditions. suckers. Warehouse men claim that discussed at a meeting of ConfederA very In sending they will be In a position to pay Rood ate veterans at Fair View aro con- samples tocommon inlstako station fur prices for this class of tobacco this summated. A beginning In this direc- analysis Is the exiTlment to select snmples that do year. tion has been made, control of the says , not represent the true conditions, At M. K. Church, South, corfTcnce house In which the president of thq letter Farming. 1 or example, a sam In Nlcholasvlllo the Rift of an Oldham Confederacy was born and nineteen pie might be taken from soil near trees county farm worth ?0,0C0, to be used acres of land has been obtained, but cattle and as the location of an Industrial school, much work In beautifying the grounds where show rest,more this material would nltro;en than far I was reported by the Hoard of Church remains to be done. the rest of the Held. The sample JOxtenalon. The donor of the farm was Kentucky's death rate In 1915 was should represent the average soli. Dig 12.3 per each 1,000 persons, while the not a member of the church. up the soil The Cnmpbellsvllle Telephone Com- rate for the entire country was 13.5. eight Inches with n spade to a depth of nnd take a handful from pany, the rinchem. Klkhorn and The state's death rate among Its white the top, middle of Mannsville Telephone Company and population Is one of the lowest In the spadeful and lie and bottomclean the the the Campbellsvllle and Greensburg United States, being only 11.1 for each spade thoroughly careful to It Is used. each time Telephone Company desire to consol- 1,000 persons In an estimated white a half dozen samples. one-ha- lf Take at idate, and have filed application with population of 2,115,315. The number Put theselcat basket, thor the State Kailroad Commission asking of deaths in the Statu Is placed at ougbly mixInto n lall or send about n them and for the authority to make tho merger. 28.9SG, of which 23,481 are among pound of this mixture to tho experiC. X. Johnson, of Talega, and Charles wnue persons and 6,505 In a negro ment station, wbero It will be anaHabit, formerly of Hazel Green, have population of 249,870. lyzed. Samples khould not lie sent, Dr. Joseph Hoeing Kastle, one of the bouxht the outfit of the old Wolfe however, without first having an enCounty News and will resume publ- world's greatest chemists and director gagement to have the work done, as ication of tho paper. The first Issue of the Kentucky Experiment Station, ure able to do the wia appear the first week In October. died Sunday of Urlght's disease at his ited stations of work of this only a limamount kind. Tho paper will be Democratic In poll-tic- home In Lexington, his Illness having Mlieu one remembers that only about been of short duration. In 1912 he As against a nominal shortage of succeeded the late M. A. Scovell as di- half an ounce of soli Is finally analyzed It will be seen that thorough mixing Is I.OU or KOO earn nt thla snatnn tUa rector of the experimental station and Louisville and Nashville Itallroad Com- - dean of the College of Agriculture. He very necessary. Do not mix different soils. For example. If there Is an alluany has reached a shortage of 1,500 recently was relieved of the arduous vial and freight cars for the entire system. The duties of the latter office because of complete nn upland soil do not send a sample of both, but gather depletion In rolling stock was ascribed j his general state of health, day of at which time full will be given. The cash on One at tho general offices of the road to L. L. Cary, attorney of Ilurkevllle, the composite samples separately. various conditions. , has which one, two and paid, from 1st, been employed by an old sjndl- Old Boiler Standplpe. In the local option election held In cate of Pittsburg. I'enn., to lease for Old boilers can be found In most evCumberland County Saturday, eight , them 30,000 acres of oil and gas lands to a to be (liven amount of Seeding on to precincts out of nine gave a "dry" In Cumberland county. The intention ery Junk yard and can be obtained at majority of 811. The "drys" carried of the men who are taking these leases a very reasonable price. One farmer by be given tho county by an estimated majority la to organize and Incorporate and bought nu old boiler of a nearby city of 000. This election will close down begin operations later In the year when council, transported It to bis farm and to of as As threo small distilleries and a half the Cumberland rtlver becomes navl-doze- set It up on n concrete bate. Ho uses madhouses, gable. It being too low for navigation to be following of of and About one 'Federal Judge Cochran, who con- - J above Nashville at this season of the vened the fall term of Federal Court year. cows and In Frankfort Monday has Issued a new field; 1 three-year-o- ld According to tho Department of providing that uny case remain- - riculture, the September forecast of reof lag on the docket for four consccu-- ' apple production this year, shons that All cash berore Terms of Sale of tlve terms without proceedings other Kentucky produced 517,000 barrels, a at payable sum, above with good will be than orders for continuance, will bo decrease of 33 per cent of Hen Davis, moved. All j as compared dismissed. with the year before; and payable at Mrs. J. C.. C. Mayo, widow of Colonel 502.000 barrels, a decrease of 47 per from day of John C. C. Majo, late of Palntsvllle, J cent of Wlnesaps; 278,000 barrels, a who did so much to develop the Dig decrease of 35 per cent of Rome Ileau--Band- y region, was married Saturday tjs; 79,000 barrels of Crimes' Coldcns, vu Dr. S. I. Fetter, of Portsmouth, a decrease of 46 per cent, 93,000 bar-Dr- . Fetter and Mrs. Mayo met last , rels of Stayman Wlnesaps, a decrease winter while both were at Miami, Fla. of 51 per cent. Tho wedding was solemnlied In Ash- It has practically been decided that land. The wedding was a quiet affair. Lexington will get tho big .Mellck oil It for a water supply tunic, which gives A. F. Curran, of Mnysvllle, directed refinery to bo erected to care for tho pressure In nil detho attention of Secretary of the Navy output of the Irvlno oil fields. The him water ofunder farm. partments tho Daniels and members of tho General deal for the proposed site, which Is Ho took all the old tubes out of the Foard of the navy to a tract of 300 j about a mile and a half from I.exlng-acre- s old boiler and sold them for Junk, at Dover, Mason county. Ken- - ton. Is composed of about fifty acres which paid him for hauling the ou'tlt lucky, as a desirable site for tho pro- - and lias been approved by Mr. Mellck. to his farm. The old boiler was given a posed Government armor plant. Tho The plant will cost J2.500.COO and will tract is the old fighting Ground of Dan- - employ 800 men. It will have a capa- - coat uf asphalt paint Inside and out During the cold winter months thl Mr and Mrs. Ed Nsylor of l'oor GUMNS CHUVPEL. jci noone nnu the Kentons. Mt Hebron. city of 5.000 barrels of oil dally Work prevents the water from freez Itidgu wrr guests of Mr. und Mrs. "Uncle' John Shell, 108 years old, will be started In March. Winchester. farmer uni' Ing by packing maw uroiiud Ji.hii Land TueKday Mr. John MtCullty is ill as seriously Injured noar his homo Irvlno and Louisville were contesting Progress business Mr U K. Speaks mad Mrs. IY T. Noel and MUs Atnie' In county when his mule fell bidders for tho refinery. Mrs. J. M. Anion has been ill. trip to Lexington, last week. with him while) ho was returning from Noel were gueats of Mrs. Ollie Itogie What Is said to be first legal deciLimo increase! Wheat Yield. Mr. Ambrose Calico has been ill. As I hve decide-- ) to go to better Monday Hinj Tuedav Mr I,. K. Speaks sold to Mr Sain ll)dcn, tho county seat. Mr. Shell was sion rendered on tho law requiring can"Neither nuinuie nor any combina- Speakb, a bunch of shoats for $fM. Mr. Frank Conn was a visitor here born In 180S, In Tennessee. Ills wife didates to file campaign expense acMiss Wilum Uny hihI Mr Cirl (Irnw Himiite, 1 will on tion of fertilizers has been iible to Sunday. died less than two )ears ago nt the counts within 15 das before election pent th- - Week end with Miss Muude, Mr Jus Speaks and family weie the full yield of wheat without the age of 10G jears. Mr. Shell soon was rendered at Ilarbourvlllo Satur-an- d r Mis Mayme Calico visitt-- home folks dear Kdentown E. Speaks, Sunday. .Saturday, September 30th, 1916, help of lime," nuld Director C. II guests of Mr afterward married again for th week end. has a day by Special Judgo Stack, of Owens-- I Mr Jnlin Land sold a calf tu Mr Fd Thome regarding the valuv of lime on have been baby at his house. boro, presiding in the Mr and Mr? Hoag of Paris, Mr. nnd Mrs. Dock Simpson ure Nsvhir Hxperi-men- t sell In tin' highest bidder my farm, con. Mr $'J.ri id a heifer l Instead of granting the appeal of contest for the Seventh District An soil kluilhir to that of the Ohio This year the guest of Mr und Mrs J.K. Sherrow. moving to Iticlimonil. tHinli.g '.' acres, This fHrm is locslid Motion Tiioinpkiin Davis for $U) Hodman Wiley for remission of the pelato nomination. Judge Stack held manured land nt NooMer.to '.H per cent yielded 'Jl Mr. Ilrum-- r or Nicholasville was here Miss Eulals, Montgomery of Iluei: linn of $450 assessed against him for that the law Is directory and not manMrs J oil it Land, Miwi Mxttiw and f miles f i urn Stanford and 4 miles from more wheat wheie llmewus upplled. Vista were witli homo folks at Lock 8. last ueels purchasing cattle. violation of the laws of navigation, datory. The contest was dismissed. Zulu Calico and Lena llidli'ii were in Lancaster, within one. half milu of SlHiiferd-LancusteHev. I). F Sebastiu left Tuesday to r which resulted In the drowning of four Sampson was held to have made sub- Another plot fertilized with nitrate of pike. Lancaster shopping Saturdsy Mr J. E. Sherrow delivered a bunch soda, acid phosphate and murlnto of passengers In his motor boat Lapaz, stantial compliance with the law. Georgetown College Fiirni is nil in good grH.s, with four potash gave 21 per cent moru wheat of Iiors last week at $8 7S per hundiiil. Mr. and Mrs. A. C, Ml'e weie rixnii house in fine repair; all necessary In the Kentucky river. Instructions Judge Kirk filed bond tor appeal. Mr Fulton May ami family were in guests where limed than on uulliued soil simof Mr. and Mrs, II. Itsy, and out buildings; have been sent by tho Department of When a bullet from tho gun of UnitMr and Mrs Mack Hendren nre very Sunday und Monday. 20x10 new barn with fine plot Commerce at Washington to collect ed States Marshal George Slzemore ilarly fertilized. The jleld on anltro-ge- n happy over the arrivul of a fine bsby Jesssmine Mr. and airs. J. M, Anion Suminv. with cistern at house and barn; new wiro Medames Irvine Simpson and Drew the full amount of the fine, penetrated the heart of Moso Feltncr, receiving complete fertilizer gave 113 boy. A series of meetings will be held at In sulphate of ammonia fencing all over the farm; good new llnalile to extricate Us head from at Hazard, a man said to bo ono of Davis were In Lancaster Tuesday. . r.mrnuay , orrmri)i n urn ..i. i cimmi Mrs Jane Montgomery of Ilarrcids. consisting of 120 fruit trees; a can which had been left the most desperate tho mountains of per cent Increase tu crop by appllea-tloMr nnd Mrs. Steve Cuyhart are evening arm continuing over aumjai. of lime. bus been the Ruest of relatives burtr, old orchard of Sfi good fruit trees; 3 nt the barn, a valuable. Jersey bull on Kentucky ever knew, a leader In the parents of a daughter born Sept 12th here. tho larm of Will Long, near Itussell-IIIe- . llargls-CockreMessrs John Land Wesley Simpson, good mares in foal to ja-k- , two eight-years-o- ld feud, surrendered for Winter Vetch and Rye. Mr. Otis Kay Hogio of E. K. S. N. und Mr, and Mrs. Dock Simpson mai'e drowned Itself In a nearby pond, tho last time, Feltner Is said to have Mr Solomon ChildVrs of llryan'tsville and one Ave; 1 yearling filly; An expert says that winter vetch Iihs been with Mr and Mrs Mailsn Mont spent the week end with homo folks. a business trip to Richmond Friday. I Ono hour later Mr. found the sent word to tho United States olHcers extra good driving and saddle mare, I fcull standing perfectly erect In the not to try to "take him" at his "place does best as a cover ctop If a little rye Koinery. lUlu Ties for sale, Kentucky'a Miss Maude Walton and Mr. I.nv registered No, 9700 by pond. In Its desperate efforts to rid of business," near Hazard, where It Is seeded with It. One bushel of vetch Hudson, Hughes & Farnsu. Mr Joseph Hicks, Mrs Lewis Murphy re nee Walton of Markuburvwerogucds Choice; 3 good suckling mules; 3 good bushel of rye per ncre Is ttaolf of the encumbering can, the had hcn known for some time by the to one-hal- f nd daughter, Miss I Ida Mav, have Mr. George Calico spent the week of their sister, Mrs, Ed Dailey lecenlly heifers; one thoroughbred Aberdeen bovine put Its head Into the water and officers his "inoousblno" still was In about right. In mild illmates crimson i been in Lexington. fccld It there. clover mil Ik- - used Instead of vetch. end witli friends near Gilead church. Mr. Elijah Calico of Jetsamine countv Angus; 1 jersey cow and calf; a yearprogress. Messrs John Iloberls and Freeman Miss Thelma Slrnpson'and Mr. Earl is here visiting relatives. Mr. Calico ling steer; 4 spring Iambs; 3 shoats 1 Stspp of Jesaatnlne were tho guests of Carter left Tuesday to enter Herea is just recovering from a stroke of thai will weigh 75 pounds each; rubMr Ed Grow last week ber tire buggy, in fine repair; 1 set of College. paralysis and Is in very poor heullh. Itecleaned seed wheat, rye and barley wagon harness, been used about six Mr and Mrs. Oscar Itav and children MIns Netta lttiv Mr. of fine quality. ,,.., were guests 01 Mrs. Kays orotner at Otis Itay Itogie to Kich.nond last Mo. times; 1 set buggy harness and other 'School Law. things too numerous tc mention. Incorporated. day where he entered E. K. S. N. for Mr and Mrs C. S Ssnders and chll- Terms made known on day of isle Mr. and Mrs. Carl May left Sunday the year. Mr. Otis Hay is an excellent Mr and dicn of Lancaster were with VU YKAIllXH. il fn. ein.lttnall urliorM ftiV AVttul 1,1 young man and a favorite especially Sale begins at 10 o'clock, " 1 ftr oifvuaO I. Mrs II. It. Montgomery, last week. ml term. Jsn.l. WaiiAre-- tut tutra 111 make their home. with the younger set here and the Laura, the little daughter, of Mr and DALE II. WITIIEUS, 13 or 83. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention uLntrlt Hif'tilt Ktirttu. T ultimo Phones 339-- F Mr. George Calico and Miss Mayme wishes of his many friends bo with him Duncan fell from a buggv MrsChas ii.mm Mali Ifuolun t b il f Lancaster Ky, It. F. D. 2. Sat- - that he may have an enjoyable and while playing and is suffering ftom the Calico visited in Madison county profitable year. Cspt. A. M, Ilourne, Auctioneer. urday and Sunday. OJJOTT tUimiiiM, 2kc",, L. cuts and bruise. VALUABLE n m for possession As agents for the heirs of J. T. Christopher, lately deceased, we, the undersigned, will on, Tuesday, October 3rd, 1916 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 rooms, one and story high and in good condition. One stock barn 40x60 feet, with good hay loft; one cow barn and two corn cribs. A good cistern near the door. Terms of Sale of the Land. the first January 1917, three years bearing interest with lien the land secure the the purchaser. third balance payable in lien notes are when desired possession January 1917 until said notes. said decedent's estate the undersigned the administrators such administrators will sell thirty acres corn personal property: highest best bidder, the third filly, calves, farming implements. shucked in the Personelty: purchases the property is less than $25.00 surety or notes that three months purchases taken Bryantsville Bank. sale, negotiable J. L CH TOPHER & J. D. CHRISTOPHER Administrators and Agents. A.T. SCOTT, Auctioneer. PUBLIC SALE. fr Jacob SchulzCompany Fine Cut Flowers For All Jefferson Occasions. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. The Central Record, Thursday Sept 28, 1916 HEUK IS A GOOD PLACE TO STOP FOR LITTLE MONEY. MiinisiiiRnininnnininiiiiniiiimmuiiiiiuiuiiinininii:)! ii::uii;!"uin!;!i:;i:n!n;;;;;;i!:i!nnii;;!;!ininnuiiiuD;iiii:i ' LOUISVILLE HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, KY., Main St., between AMERICAN Unless the farm horses have n chante for proper rest nt night they soon becomn weak and lose weight. Op. A Jadisl team can never do n prollla-blD. day's work. During the hot months the work One Judge Says They Feared Olher News Notes From the horses should spend tho nights In the pasture near the stable. Various Camps Situated Invasion at Any Moment llefore they are released nt night Office at Kainey s I.ivery Stable. Alonrj Banks of Rio Prior to Arrival of they should have eaten (heir regular Lancaster, . Kentucky ration and liccn cleaned and brushed Grande. State Troojis. from bend to hrils. w.iiiiisiji!!iniiHH!iJi!:n;i:3nt2i'!!iiiiUi:!!nin!aun:n; AnytliliiT that rdds to the comfort -i and helps to keep I'. HI I.VKItS of .Mcrcrde. Tex., lug wennAiow retelling will ben boll-- f of tho work teaIt lu condlllon puis cash Pi the owner's former njiinly Jinlp and one Ut to every man and we will moic pocket THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Corner Sixth nnd Main Sts., European Plan Only. and adds irodlt to his a count. rapidly become mi elllelent trnlned of Hie men who cnuwrlrd Many horses are made pilte nervous Ihp Itlit (irando Milley from force, irmly to do the needful not with Rooms Without Path, $1.00 and up; Room With Private Hath, $1.50 anil up. by any imusunl noise or ismfuslon n wilderness lulu a place nf aurccwful ileliij, hut with dispatch, when the orREST LATINO PLACE IN TOWN. alxiiit the burn, nnd this ntTi-- ts their cultivnllnii. Inn told wliy Hie troopi der comes to mole. The l,niiisville Hotel and the Old Inn are located in the wliolos.ito district and only a eating. walk to the I'ood will not il!kest so well H. W. Morrow, (iriulu.ile Oitlciui ramo to tlili art of the holder. Ami Try to have everything as quiet nnd retail dutrict ami theatres, fllsmei Fitted, fl.ti. (action Ui,rt,ii.,-d- , HiIh eTplnmition kIiouh that 1'reMldeut Why He Joined Army. regular ns usual nt mealtime. Wilson, wlieii lie snlil the Iroopi were A joungsler who said he was ntlend. Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Proprietors. The horse has u small ftomach. To not there for drill nr slimv, Imt (o pro- Ing school at Tnlverslty of Minne- keep It stuffed all tho time Is bad In tect the niimtry. knew what ho was sota stood at the street a corner ami la every nny. Peed a good fair ration tnlkttitr nlxiut. lint for the nrrlnil of nieiilod his lot. He deil.iicd the iroopf more than IS.ihk) Mexican ce to light for his country a willing, three tlaies a day and so prevent mid to pus. soldleis would have Invaded tlio Unittain the constitution of th,. slate ami Phone ed Stales uml riuattil the Hlo Crauile nation, but In- was not stiong for ditch talle-- . digging nnd street cleaning. FIND NEW DIAMOND FIELDS. "We had heen hatliiK handlt raids "I did not h.iie to cwue BUCKEYE, KY. and were calllm; for wiMlers to protect how to dig post holes nuil here to learn l Miles u," Hllwrs said, "ami finally wo not es," the )ouiigter declared.make ditch DiscoveryFamous Made Six Mine. From "I could Premier some. There were perhaps li,K) sollearn that home. And I never seeConsiderable Interest, writes Consul diers In the valley, mi KCittered nt dif- the regularsatdoing that kind of work." lMvvlii N. (luiisnulus from Johannes ferent points that there were only n Just across the stieet and about lift burg, Is ninnlfe.-telu a report of the few In any one place. When Villa feet nwny Has a squadron of the Third discovery of u new diamond lield lu the raided C'oliimliiii, N. M.. we had posi- cavalry pmllng weeds, cleaning out Transvaal nUmt six miles from Fine Cut Flowers. tive Information that another nidi raid gutters, making drains, and four of the famnm Premier dlaiii"i.d mine nno was contemplated nnd that the objec- them were driving mule tennis scrap- eighteen miles from I'letorU. It I tive point was Ilrownsvllle. Many of ing the mud off the John M. street. stated that the Initial Units were cX'tp the eltlrens of that place sent their "Not tnncli soldiering," wns suggest tlonally good, mid there has been families nwny. and preparations were ed to a broad shouldered oung follow rush of diggers to !, s m iVamoudlf made to defend Hie town. The situa"Oh, It's In the gamel" he laugh erous groiin.!. v ' !i is i, ; . fniu tion was critical. Not only were Hie ed, holding all an armful of weeds. Kiilur.elfonii (lie on iht. ii.n c VIll.i bandits threatening us, but Car- "Hut ou didn't come t;. i i piois n i y raiirn was massing Ids mldlers on the kind of work. You nunchere to do that cut up hN here to light," feet, which he lets out to dlggnis at SIO bonier for the purpose of liivndlni! was suggcslisl once more. per month ea- h. Texas. He bnd about iS.tf) troops "Majbu so," he laughed again, "but De Volksteni, published at l'retoilc, spread aloiiu the border from Mntn all lu the dnj's work. I know that stales tint In tho course of three weeks Paint Lick. Kentucky moros, ojiposlle llrowusville, to Key- Its when we are pulling these weeds and a few dlgilnss have w d Sl.."ol worth nosa, nnd between that iwlnt nnd Cnr- - cleaning the gutters doing this of dlamondi. It Is alii tint one man maffo trisip trains of soldiers wore kind of work wo ore and II. Casey, I). V. protecting brought to light thlrt.v one diamonds In seen luovliie. These troops were un two washings, and us far r.s known der command of Ceuernl Xnfarrate. against malaria, sickness, ami making our camp only one washing ihus far li.u prowhose hatred of Americans Is notori Veterinary moie ueaiiiiiui. it may look unsoldler-llke- , duced a blank. Alsiut forty ncies of (Jen-eous, and a orisls was Imminent. but really It Is the foundation of ground have been wired In and given rimston, knowlnc the conditions, making n soldier Veterinary lit." out In claims. During one vuek fnrtv Graduate rushed the state troops to the border "You talk like a college man," said claim licenses have been Issued. College nnd that Is why they hale been strung. The governn cut mining engineer has along the Itlo (ramie valley. It was the correspondent, to draw him out. KENTUCKY. "Yes, sir; graduated nt tho Univer- not yet visited the ground, and It will DANVILLE. to stop an Invasion .if the fnlted sity of Chicago and also at Ann Arlsir." likely bo some time before anything States by .Mexico, and the precncu of "Well," sahl the troops Is what Is keeping peace on ent, "you are the surprised oorroiond otllcial can be made public. While dian little out of place here." monds arc admitted to have been found, the main iHirder even now. . "Jlnyls- - so, sir. Itut things didn't go there are nt present no data ns to the There are plenty of troops to pre right, and I got pretty far along. extent or payability of the diamond vent any attack from the main side by Just i was on FUNERAL DIRECTOR n Cnrnmza army. Now that the troops I thought thu toboggan fairly, sir, until bearing area. The undertaking ns It I would try the regular army stands today Is described as of a pureOdlce Over National Bant. are here they are lielng drilled nnd acclimated and put into condition for and asee If that wouldn't straighten mis ly private and speculative character. Itesidence l'hone 3. Oflice Phtne 27 out bit. I like the life, and when It's service. If needed." nil oier I will go kick homo in better LANCASTER. KY. Rainfall Record. When the troops left Fort Harrison shape than ever." A new rainfall record for the United they wure ticketed for llrowusville, "Would you mind but at Springtlold, Mo., they were or name?" This time telling me your States Is 22.22 Inches, made nt Alta the question was I'ass, In Mitchell county, X. C. In the dered to Mercedes, and the outcome from no curiosity, but to know the twenty-fou- r hours preceding 2 p. in. of It was that the small number of man better. July 20. I.ee A. Densoii, regulars at Mercedes was not enough "Private James Smith, sir; Troop II. tor there of the we.it her section illrcc And no matter how Rood coffee A million other women hnvc to prevent an Invasion, and the stnto bureau, Ac Third cavalry." fin t w hen nounred troops were hurried there for flahtlng itself is, if it isn't well taken care of, learned whnt f;ood cofTee menns It's n cinch that that Is not his nnnie. bis reportthat hot month'sho completed on purposes if the Mexicans made an at Hood. thsy have solved this question in it makes a poor drink. Arbuckles but ho showed the real stuff, even If he I.a., previously led the country to close out at cost. tack. wns Incognito. CofTee is put up in scaled, dust-piotlMfir homes fur till time. with 21. Inches rainfall In a almllur period. packages, carefully wrapped G. Cleanup Day. Letter 110 Feet Long. COX, know nov that to pet pood to protect it from moisture, dirt and Members of the Indiana national I'lve memlsTs of Company A, rifth When the Worm Turned. Tj.i'ec itself must be right. store odors. It arrives in your regiment, of russule, N. J., now nt guard In tamp at Mano (Iraude, Tex.. coiies, Hlla held the undesirable position of l'hone Oir.ce Hours ? ,Jli2, "' have not been able to wash or change Douglas, Ariz., have received a letter kitchen with all its original strength 229. their clothes ns often ns would bo done 110 feet In length. It was sent to Ja- younger sister, and both her older sister and brother did considerable "bossc f varieties and flavor. TNre are hundreds otherwise. Therefore. In order to have cob Kelmaii, Martin I). Karl, Willis 11. ing." "Mary, M. K. Denny and W. One day she rebelled. WliKlisr the men put up their best appearance Scott, Thonia.s Cdlnnl nnd Hubert of ccfTt-- grown. The ci ffee itself you boss me Jut like ou was my ror lnpootlon, a general order was Jones by the Tony 1'rj llckn association. Hnvc in your home the enjoymust be put up 05' men who inamiun, und Will fusses like he was Doctors Of Dental Surgery. given making one afternoon n time for The iftlsslie w us wrapped up In a know coffee. Arbnckles' Coffee is. ment of drinking the coffee which, cleanup. While the men were obtain- package that lost 40 cents to send. my pnpn," she blubbered. llfflo. Sliiruir. HulMlliKortl Kurt A Aukl ing that xlrtue next to godliness their Writing the letter took the author a It is put up 'tv Arbucklc Bros., the of all the coffees in America, is the on' uriiiinrt Store. apparel In some uses was novel. Some week. Tobacco ai.d other gifts accomLANCASTEI1, greatest coifec merchants in the most populorl Solve your coffee KENTCfCJCY. wore "blue denims" or overalls and panied the letter. world. There is more of it cold problem in the identical way a Jumpers), others wore nondescript materials, and some were attired only In Had n, "Tuberculosis Knee." than any olher coffee that is why million other women have. Serve u pleasant smile and n pair of shoes. Slnbad of Indiana was getting by all tlioy can nf,ord to give j'ou the Arbuckles' Coffee tomorrow know The camp resembled a right on the grounds of a tubercular how much pleasure coffee can give. bhjnut VuIuj iw your money. Chinese, .laundry. The Usual I.biuo knee until he was sun basing a tent (.ramie's serene was broken mate over the drill grounds, having by i.rowds of soldiers bending oxer forgotten iihoiit ids sore ami buckets, tubs nnd xwishboards, Iryliu De was put to work, lintknee, wjtildm n he not to make old clothes look like new tin uork. Ho was sitting ut his case rn I sighing for the comforts of home, kidding his giuiJ, wto had no bayoiii. ihletly laundries und dry .leaning es on his gna, when Colonel Coulter calm-by- . tnbllshinciil.s. Kicry mailable tree, post or tent i Ie was as iimenn-- . "What lire ou doing theiei." thocoi . of stretching clotheslines. Culfoims nel asked sternly. MANSE. underwear, socks, towels and liandker "Not n thing, sir. exiept admiring lVotrncti'il nu'ftirii' Ium'Iiia nt Mhm. chiefs Ilutteied all afternoon In tile Everything for Orchard. Lawn uit nt this cent with the r.lle." gulf breeze. "Well, you get t.i work." tho nil i.e! n i ., it raUrrrt i Garden. mi t irouthoui ihe K i ih 1 The lueu have been limited as to said, sterner than !' m n tool It iry mtliifrnt tin. Mrs (iooch nnj Mrs Tihlil spent Tura eier. wr mtrrpm pvntrn lc ritar-lOi.ly cortsMu'i sal trefitr. clothing, owing to the fact that there Is Wrile fur free Catalogue. No Agts tiny in LiinruttiT. "Not on your life. Mo nnd wurk had Ix-a- l a ir Mtmtit' Mm., im. 1 l,cU miftftumoai I jt (hey n shortage of uniforms In the quarter a falling out, and wo ain't going to Mr Charley (ioocli was with hid home. liiast.-'depart inent. The Only Hotel In I,oulsvllle Operated on the American and European Plans. Room without Ilatli hut with Hot ami Cold Running Water. ' 75 Rooms (With Meal) slngla, $2.00 per day; 2 people, $2.00 each. fSO Room single, 2M per day; 2 people, 2t2'i each. GO Front Rooms single, 3.00 per day; 2 eople, 2.50 each. Room with Private llath: 60 Room single, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.75 each. 50 Room single, 3.50 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each. EUROPEAN PLAN. Room .without Hath hut with Mot and Cold Running Water. (Without Mealu) 75 Room single, $1.00 per day; 2 people, $0.75 each. 50 Room , , 'ingle, 1.00 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each. 50 Front Rooms itiriRle, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each. Room with Private llath: 50 Rooms single, 1.60 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each. 5l Rooms single, 2,00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each. 6th and 7th. opoooooooooooo 000000000000 SOME HORSE SENSE. PLAN. , oooooooooooooooooooooooooo o WHO PROTECT THEIR FRONTIER Wm. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. -- s. three-block'- s - 39LM Honaker Dentist. McRoberis. : H. J. PATRICK, - our-selv- John ess-clall- E Surgeon. 1 fpp J. ff Beazlev Until you serve it, you will never luiow how mucli pleasure coffee can give Three Brown NSanley CULTIVATORS of 1 Tiiv 0. (Vlanse,Ky 'c p 1 land-scap- I Ml in .. I TREES Fruit and Shade Trftes Strawberry Plants, Shjubs. Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, n S1 Chronic m Catarrh is Curable 11 1 , ' Roses, Phlox. Peonies U- PERUNA Has Helped Thousands i ItUafoetoratirth. Tl.a idluui-- y t'uUmony of thou 3ir at la', calfcar r ,.ra 'nr in a nut ' ruf wj j, u .t lb. ttrer.cib,atti licit jut lh i.pltt dig- - i"3, it in 11 MM iv im run m J tptftiA value (n raianh mini It a, j tulhatntfnl-ratit- miiMMltu 6.0 cu. -' tbrlr furutu'M, ntun trrtmtiit ia rontinutl pt fvtiy Tl'fl rtTtirm Mutual Depart mi nt willta rtaj tORUt you luutrnomcthH tlliti. Kjticu fi ttix luat Uiiay tin In ititav t tr(taiinf. THE I'KRUNA CO., Co!umlu..O. Mrs Dillon mid Mis I'arson were jn llerea I riduy, on business. Mr uml Mrs Deneru spent Sunday with Mr anil Mrs II. 1'. Conn. MUs I.idu and Annie Mue llroadilus HK'llt halUI'lLlV rili'lil iiinl Kilmluu tvill. I Miss Allie Creich. ' Mr and .Mrs 1'orest Centers are tlio rooms over Cox's store, hv Dr. Smith. Mrs V. 1'. Andeisun and dauKliturs Heron with Mr and j spent .Moi.day In Mrs Lewis Anderson. I .Miss Mary Hell and friend. Mr Km. nest lihodus were '.lie (juest of Miss Sallie Anderson, Sunday. I i tn o in sacks und hands, sand, cement, hrick, rock, screenings, buU, etc. Hudson, Hughes & Kurnau. Mr and Airs Henry Conn and children of Richmond and Miss Mollio Moikiui wir thn friinuta tf Mr. W 11 A...I.... son and children, Sunday. CrrcKrrt ce i! of Ash; !i'.c, E'.uck vard, La!.u To.. j.... AW.Y up . f ? ' ':. , isjliii of Western North .n.'ul c.i:d attractive rcsotta CAi-da- lounly Court Days. Kichmond, 1st. Monday, Jur.:i!ut.a), Flat fipontl vour L' .'.t.h, Hcndersonville, Bre, Wayncsvillc, (L:U.e .., lvZ Sprmgs, and Tryon. i l'aris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. lUrrodsliui'K, 1st. Monday. plni'M or at T.ito lickcts arc on sale il.iily, S'.-.r.- vatatl.m lli4 rt F:i.i- tUwbl il..iii.liwllt'. tleunl-il'i- , 1 t Iju.' J Wi - of these coot nnd cJolis'.ilful Kound trip Kxciirsiou unr'l October 31st, via i.. . Lexington, l!nd. Monday. Stanford, lind.Mor.duy. Slielbyville, 2nd. Monday Carlisle, 2nd. Monday, Danville, Urd. Mondp, Lawrcnceburc, 3rd. Monday Nlcholasvillc, rti. Monday, Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. MoikIuy. (leorKetown, 3rd. Monday, I.ANCASTKK. 1th. Monday Winchester, 4th. Monday, Monticello, 4th. Monday, Versailles, 4th. Monday. As to Eatinp;. Accoidlng to Major Austin of the stale of Washington troops, a few rules of diet can be laid down which It to will enable every man to keep himself In the best of phjslcal condition: I'lrnt.- - i:at only at mcsi time, three times a day, and nothing but Issued ration or nuthoiliod substitute therefor prepared und served with the mess. , Second.- - Keep all organs of the IhsIv functioning normally. third. lo not lindeilake seleie bod ily exertion Immediately Is'foio or Immediately following n meal. Iotirtli. Do not drink largo iiuantl- ties of cold water when heated by ex ertion, only small iuanlltles, Do not ililnU leu wuter hi largo quantities ucr, only n swallow or two at a time and not at nil If heutisl. The same rule applies to other cold drinks. I'lrth. Do not overeat. Too lltllo Is less harmful than too much. Stop eat ing before there Is an uucomfoitable senso of fullness, no mutter how nppe-tlzlutho mess may lie, Ilxtras should bo as n substitute for, not nil addition to, the articles of thu regular mess. Sixth. Jxeep the mouth imd teeth well cleaned. Too many rules lend to confusion, If Ihese few mo followed mid nil the euro which they Imply curried out (he train. make up." It was for those words that SiuLa l will be on n hard labor Job for at least n month. jfe H.F.Hillenmeycr & Sons. Lexington. 1S1I. cump. Bootblacks' Eyes Oen. liven the Mexican Ikiottilmks wl. visit the i amp to pick up a fe.v dlmi by shining the ollUeu' boots niv f miliar with ever.v thing going on In the . ppl faj i,r i, i.ijl Kentnekj . l'JIG HUNTERS TAKE NOTICED. Lieutenant Coi ucl Ch.iiles Dmfoiih of the Second Mlitnes. t.t leglu-eu- t qui . zed n Touple of the 1 ootlarl.s, und the bojs hid Itnowled'H" of lit. exact number of tumps in ihiup. the stieugtli of the .n Inns anus oi the service, the liumherof hor.es, mules guns :iml even the number of pu and tlcnl.s lu the Held ho pttnl. It Is dill) cult to bent the Me.xlian spy system. .WSsiBfcLtl eai More Silo ' Less Money Male no deal for a illo without getting our figure, and Allures. Wo give more and belter anchorage. Stauncher door frame, Steel. hinged, four. latch door. Steel itep ladder, tep every 18 inches. Uettercompaia. live comtruclion throughout. This Acrcvment Witnesseth; That in order to protect the name on our lands for r period of three vtxirs we .bind ourseives not to limit thereon, nor permit anjbodv else to do io. and wo further unrev to prosecute with all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespasj upon our I.Thd for the purpose of liuntini;. Am! I we further aree to act as Deputy Game Wardens for the purKse of cur-- , rvlntr out this agreement. Exept euclt tof us have the riRlit to kill rabbits on our iiirms or permit it to bo done by another under our supervision, or of some responsible and reliable person seleced by us. This November 15th, 11116. U. I.. Klkiti. J. E. Kobiiuon, , Tattoo Artists Busy. A prol'ossl'intil lattoo man has set u n booth on one of the principal streets of l.uicilo anil is kept busy day ijU'l decorating thu persons of the guardsmen with bleeding hearts, skulls ami erossboues, pistols and davgirs. snakes, female hcu Is and tlgures m l the lli'st mimes of sweethearts to whom the tnttoPee Intends to leiuiiln true through life. Willi patience worthy o' n better uuxo the men submit to the tedious pricking of the reodlo uml tin1 IuJocMoii of the colored Inks into their epldetiuls. night I Get Our Prices Before You Buy Our direlt k!pment of tUtti and fit. turtt and tmalLf ..lling and operating cipn. ra.an mora tila foi l.. monty than jany Jo company can five ou. f u$ prove it witk (ifVttl Jno, M. Karra, W. 11. llurton, Hnselden llros., J, II, Dalton, John II. Smith, .1. N. Itoss. W. II. Urown. Alex Walker, T. A. Klkiti. K. M. Tinder. Fisher Herring, Hughes llros. Withers llros. Logan Hubble, (I. Jl. Oeshon, II. It. Cox. J. W, Sweeney, W. M. Malian. J 1 il a Cwifirrne. at lllack !1. W JuraluiW.) I'rti.iUrCJfrLr ci the 5uti The Centi-a-l Record Kentucky. KENTUCKY S1I.0 1'. Kincaid, CO.-W- , Mgr. Stanford, Ky. HASKI.DKN IIHOS, Stop-over- s allowed ut tut joints. Tliree special Low Fare Excursions will be run during the summer. Ask for details. $1.00 Per Year in Advance. Lancaster, For full information sec Ticket Aecnt, Southern Railway, or write D. II. Todd, District l'asscnser Aucnt, LouljvilU, Kentucky. Agents for Garrard County. William, Marcus and Jim White. II. F. Wilniot, J. 1. Tope. Mrs. David Cheuault, Fred J. Conn, W. R. Cook, J, vV, Elmore, Huffman Hros, T. C. lUnkin, Wm. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton, W. II. Moss-Jno- . T. M. Arnold. Jr. M. White, It. E. Henry, Crlsiht Herring. Ilradshaw, A. Siott Iluffnuu It. L. Uarker. l. The Central Record, Thursday Sept. 28 1916 Ffarwer's column paoa below Ihla ktmliiiK la lot Hie eiclu-I- t uae olonr farmer anbacrlbcra, mid It for cho aalo ot stock, giaiu anil tuch thing on, (arm the larmcr cannot afford to sdrer-- ' ttao. No notice fill b accented oter lonrj linee. and will beonlrln wn Itanra ot thej 060000000000000000 DAIRY and CREAMERY USE PURE BRED BULLS. DAIRY WISDOM. Look out for the cold fall mlns. Put tho cows up. This applies to rnlvcs ns well. Deal gently with the cow of nervous temperament. 8he usually Is ono of the best In your herd. Oentletiess nnd patience with tho bclfcr thut has oil red for the first time will win out every time. Nobody likes to walk about In mud nnd tilth whllo caring for cattle. With n little work and a small epeiio the row lot can bo made n better place to go luto. Oddities In the News ) Freight engine, and seventeen cars Jumped the track In Wisconsin, ran Of-t- y feet and Jumped on again. Four baseball trams have been ganized ntnnng the Inmates of tho sex county (N. J.) penitentiary. belongs vorce. orEs- r m ism ism " a 17 t Mixing of Olood Sura to Result Disastrously In tha Long Run. Every now mid thru n ninn who has spent n koJ deal of money breeding FOIl RENT My farm of CI acres up his dairy cattle pets the Ideii t tin I for 1917. For particular PIIy to lie want to cross the breed he has J. A. Conn, Jr. Lancaster, Ky. Willi some other Hint has taken lilt fancy, w riles n coricspondciit of Hip FOR RENT 3."i acres of Rood Brass lown llnnicstcnd In nine. cases nut nnd plenty of water. of ten the result Is itNnstrnit. but the Mrs. Carrie Davidson. fact that 011 the tenth time the ptugctiy It. F. I), no. 3. Lancaster. inny lime the deslrulitc cbarai let Mies of both brent villi nhvnjs lead some For Sate: Some nice Hill onions. turn to nttempt It. C. It. Henry, Kirksville. Ky. I The trouble nhoiit I Ills l that II dethe For Sale -- 400 bushels extra quality, feats been vcy object for which men have wnrklnc for centuries Cer Absolutely clean cooso, Ireeolcharra I For Sale: Some nice Alfalfa baled Homer Tinsley. bay. to so many lodges he can't supisirt her, so cottrj gave her n diFreak liot mnile by stranger caused run on East Ft. Louis bank, but n million dollars plied high on counter stopped It. Chicago man grasped to getting to surface nfler dive was leg of girl bather, but his explaua- tlon cleared lilm In court. !Iuhnu! of Stockton (Cat.) woman Let the sun In through large windows In tho stnble. oooooooooooooooooo BALANCED RATION I aid him 'Tier post" In OF wheat. FOR THE DAIRY GOW l G. A. Swinebroad. For Kent: My fnrm of 100 acres in Lincoln co. un Crab Orchard and Stanford pike, 3 miles from Stanford. Mrs. Nannie Siler. 1'hone 3S2 J. Lancaster. St. Paul tramp. Lock yourself In n freight car for a week, he says, and live on water ami shelled corn. Sure cure for fat Is advanced by n RESIDEUT I x PROPERTY - For Rent for the year 1917. a house and 15 acres if Rrass, and 20 acrts to be put in wheat. J. F. Conn, R. F. D. no 1 Lancaster, Ky. FOR SALE: One horse wagon nr.d harness; one buckboard and two feed boxes, capacity 40 bushels each. Mrs. I. C. Rurker, I'jint FARM FOR SALE. Lick, Kv. On Sugar Creek, five miles from Lancaster known as the John Lackey farm. For information see W. 11. Lackey, Lancaster, Ky. Fresh Cow For Sale ltoscoe Hud- son. Hubble, Ky. P. GasWANTED Three or four oline Engine, mounted on trucks or one Carter that can be so mounted. D. Cartcrsville, Ky. 11. I desire to rent my bouse and lot at Buckeye for the year of 1917. Mrs. Mary Dickerson Richmond Ky. For Rent Good farm at the head waters of Sugar Creek. A. W. Kavanaugh. House and lot Horse and Carriage for sale J. R. Mount. FOR SALE:-- A Southdown puck. FOR SALE;-Th- ree one good bull calf. fine two-yes- r old I.awson and Brown. heifers and G. W. Elam. For old, Sale:-Polan- d t Rood P. one. China boar, 1 year C. II. Green, Paint Lick Ky, Route. 2. Ballard, Crab Orchard, Ky koou wei ana zuu yeaning wethers, that he says need new home. J. Farm for eale:-- 69 acres well i,n- , ,hi( noIcll burtproved 6) miles from Lancaster on Lex- - wm bo far more satisfactory than mix. ingtun pike near Camp Dick Robinson, Ing the blood. fudimo uuur cows cants admirable For further information apply to. CONDITIOKS. Dunn Bros., Lancaster Ky, GREEN FEED FOR COWS. produced dally by tho cow, except In Phone 40 U Bryantsville. tho case of a cow producing a flow of J9-- 7 4 t) Alfalfa a Good Forage to Tide Dairy forty pounds or more, when the raCattle Over the Dry Spall. STRAYED From my place about tion can be ono pound to each During the hot, dry weather dairy nnil nnn.ltnl nr r.mp nntinita nf three nl1L- two weeks ago a red Duroe sow weighing about 200 pounds. Reward for In- cows will shrink In milk flow un- ' An even better rule Is one pouud of less provUlon has been made to give grain each day for every pouud of butformation them some sort of green forage. Just ter fat produced by the cow during Tom Chesnutt. Marksburv, Kv. us soon ns there Is any corn mature tho week. enough for feed, cutting some for the Third. Feed all the cow will respond cows will help to keep up the milk. to in milk production. When she beIs nothng better than alfalfa gins to put on flesh cut down the gralu. There as a green forage during the hot weath- I For the most profitable milk producer. Cows will eat new alfalfa hay tion the cow must bo fed a balances) even when on the best of pasture. In ration at the cheapest price such ra(41GU87) fact, during the hot weather they tion ran be provided. Ily balanced ru would much prefer eating alfalfa at a tlon Is meant the combination of such rack to going out In the pasture nnd a proportion of nutrients and In such grazing. quantities as the cow requires to mainThere Is no better or easier way of tain her bodily functions and ns she keeping up the milk flow during the can utilize In tho production of milk. hot part of the jear than by keeping These nutrients nro classified as proa rack of fresh alfalfa hay where the tein, car boli) dratcs and fats. Protein, cows can get nt It at nil times. It Is one principal constituents of takes feed to make milk, and In hot milk. of the carbohydrates perform Fats and weather cows lose their nppetltles and functions thut Is, they do not graze os well, even though there 'much the Will make tho season at my place , produco energy nnd heat and In the may be plenty of grass. Kirksville pike. balancing of n ration aro usually classIt Is not only n matter of the present. I tho cow Is given a raCons that have onco run down In uillk ed together. If an excess of cither eleOII time At $1. Cash Or tion containing Kcluom come Unck later, even tliongli White Kins was calved June 5, 1914, the conditions may tiecotne tho excess Is liable to be wasted; much more ment Importance of i bred by J. T. Hackley. Stanford. Ky. favorable. It Is far lietler un.l more hence the economical He is by Sunshine. 1G9SC. Dam Mer- profitable In tho long run to make some balanced ration. Corn silage, corn stover, timothy hay. cer Maid 2nd., by George H. 111598, special effort to keep up the milk flow millet hny, pralrlo hay, hays from the 2nd. Dam Mercer Maid, by Shawnee. during theso trying periods. common grasses, straws of tho vari120711. White King is u solid whits ous cereals nnd cottonseed hulls may Oats For Silage. and good judges pronounce him u per Oats will make n fair to good grade all be classed ns low In protein confeet type of fcliort horn blood of silage, but arc not quite as valunbte tent, while legutno hays, such ns n! or desirable as some of the other falfa, tho clovers, cowpeas, soy beans grains. They should be cut when the and oat and pea, arc classed as roughlino. grain Is In the milk or early dough age high lu protetn. drain and constage and before tho stems havo be- centrated feeds nrc tho chief sources come hollow. When run through tho of protein, and tho mixture should be made to lit the class In which the cutter they should Ih cut into one-hah Inch and preferably Inch roughago belongs. warnThe undersigned hereby e lengths so as to permit more solid ing to all persons not to trespass upon parking In tho silo. If properly enWarts on Cows' Teats. A wart Is tho result of an abnormal our lands for any purpose whatever as siled oats should prove a good substiwe will prosecute all offenders to ful- tute for green feed until corn Is rlpo or development of the cells of the skin even later. brought about by a variation In nutrilest extent of law. Hunters and. tion. These growths when having a Fishermen especially take notice. Improving the Dairy Hard. I item can best bo removed by cording Ed & Nil Price R. L. Elk in With a good registered sire and high with a strong thread. If small they W. It. Cook. Mrs. Rebecca J. West. grade heifers of the samo breed a man may be nipped off with scissors and James G. Conn, can reasonably expect to Improve his the wound touched with lunar caustic II. O. Arnold. , herd, but with a grade sire such Inl or a hot Iron. If large and without a J. P. Bland. J. C. Morgan. Bros J, II and W. S. Weaver Pwrement is impossible, because mere item apply strong nitric acid, repeat' auurve iruui huhh ueiier quau- ing as often as the dead portion falls W T Wpaf J. Booth Sutton. ties may be brought In. off. W. I, Lhwson and son. Howard King, Miss Carrie lloulden, J. II. Itlgsby.;: John Itichardson, JsC Ititrsby. A. C. Miles. J. B. Woods. I Jno. M. Farra. J. II. Thompson, David Steven. B. L. Kelly. Incorporated. S. C. Higsby. Frank Thompson. I). M Anderson. J. II. Thompson. uourne. Am ana Davis Sutton Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar W, II. Cummins, P. U. Thompson. 13 or 83. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention Win. Lear. Phones 339-Jerry Bland. W. S. Ferguson. We will arid other names. for 25 cant Prepared by United States department of Catfish that enn't submerge caught In agriculture. North Carolina. It had gorged on Every cow tins Individual peculiariI ties tn the assimilation of her food and wheat grains wnahed oway In floral, grain swelled so It couldn't dithe production of milk from It. Tho and tlie gest them. skillful feeder who will keep dairy J records of each cow's production und Olrl students Inking the domestic acl- of tho nniount of feed given her will ence course In the Kansas State Agrisoon find that some of the cows are cultural college now wear Kilometers -- o I O responding to an Increased ration and to Und out how many steps It takes to While many llnlatein cows do not returning n good profit on It. whllo prr-para meal. such high butter tnt teats na rite others aro limited In milk production some of the other ttrred.. et their liallly are strong and cannot profitably bo stimulated etrenstli and Wild man who "eats 'em alive." after points In their fuvor. Ilolsteln calves by fccJIng to yield a greater mill: eating sunken all day at Elwood (Ind.i are verv iKortus anil Brow rapiJ-i- . Bow. rnlr, seriously Injured his employers Tiiat l. mi t re nf eutnn if t:ie The following general rules nro giv- iiecnuso tney rorujod him n square bietMa that I.: hltther In LuUer en lit n new farmers' bulletin of tho meal nt a restaurant. fni. Ah un ail nrouitJ cw the llol-atclTile cow Is tlltrtl to Uut United States department of agriculahoun la a ttoliteln ture, No. 743, "The FeeJIug of Dairy MILLIONS ADDED BY WAR Cows." ns a guide for wittier feeding TO OUR HOARD OF GOLD lain tries h.ive been ilcve!o;ed and by the Inexperienced feeder: Tlrst. Under most circumstances kept its purr us possible sn they tlllllt the cow should be fed nil the roughregularly transmit Ibelr desirable age that she will rat up clean, adjuriWithin SSO.OOO.COO of Total Supply of ' I have seen points tn their progeny England, Francs, Russia and Germany, breeding tried it numlier of times, ng the grain ration to the milk pro cross ' nnd I know no ninn can tell what sort duction. Only when the cow tends to I of an nnliual be Is going to get from n become overfat should the quantity of The .Mechanics and .Metnls National certain cross The mixing of the blood roughago be restricted. Second. A grain mixture should be bank of New York, commenting In Its J of Inheritance, nut breaks the rli.-iiIn the proportion of one pound to monthly circular on tlie shifting of i one may get n throwback" that will fed pints or liouuds of milk financial strength from Europe to tho lenilnd him of what the llrst wild ralf each three United Slntes, says that, while two ' tnuit hale looked like. When otic years ngo the four great central banks makes the cross be breaks the long of Europe the Hatik of England. Bank chain of Inherited trails that may of Franco, Bank of Germany and Itauk reach back for half n thousand years. of Russia held ilS",nio.nil) more gold If tbovu who get good bulls and start than was lstcssitl In this country, to- to raise lelter calves would keep at day tho gold supply nf the Culled States ' It there would be u big change In the Is within $.VUW,(J of the combined average dairy animal. I have known holdings of tho four ivulrul reservoirs men to get first class sires, keep them of Europe. n year or two, let them get spoiled and Tho change that 1ms come about U I brcachy and (hen sell litem fur tuueli little short of wonderful, the circular less than they paid for them. Then adds, nnd by reason of tint change . I. - t..l. I c . . s ... ... they would go back to the mongrels of mi- uiuitni oiutt-- nimn me inuustrut the neighborhood, and all the good re nations is the most favorably situated, suits obtained from the use of the goul with the greatest accumulation of gold. bull would be lost. This hapiens ngnln Thirty per cent of the wbolo world's and again. Such men never seem tn monetary stock of the metal Is held learn wisdom, being content to make within the borders of tho United dates a temporary cbaugc for the better and Instead of '12 per cent, as was reckoned then slip back In the old ways. In 1914. 8uch Is the situation today, To keep going right the pure brel notwithstanding that during tbo InterHaving bull Is an absolute necessity. val of the war three of tbo great banks Cot together a few good cows of ouy mentioned have used every means In one of the noted dairy breeds, under their power to build up their reserves no conditions or circumstances breed tnd havo drawn to themselves virtual, them to n sire of another breed. If the ly all but the deliberately boarded gold covra are Ilolsteln, breed them to a In the countries they serve. In con-, , , w I m . jMfHTTTiH .huh ?" I I isisisisisKSiI Hit - liT-la- . - - I 14th. 1916 I Saturday, October ... at two o'clock. I will sell to the Itirjhcst and best bidder one of my residences located on Richmond street, the picture of which is shown above. This property is located in one of Lancaster most popular resident districts. The lot is 84 Teet front by 250 feet deep and is one of the best in the town. The house is strictly modern in every respect, has water, electric lights and bath. The construction of this dwelling is absolutely first material used. class having been built by my father and only first-clas- s d TERMS of sale will be cash on January 1st, 1917 when deed will be made and possession given. Notes bearing 6 per cent interest and payable in one and two years will be taken for the balance. Those desiring to look at this property before the sale will be shown upon request. Sale will take place on public square. one-thir- JAS. W. SMITH. of tbo great ph)slclans. Real Pure Pood. Apples carry the pure fissl stamps Hops as Vegetables. Hops, which are tint recognizable the form we prefer, were tlieuuijvTs ns n vccetable by the mans of old and still ure by the varians, who rhiHise, miller tlmu blossoms, the tender top shoot nf plant and prepare them lu much form of tin asparagus salud. LANCASTER, KY. trast with this the banks of the United States have not only refrained from Not After the Bast. seeking gold, but havu actually consid"She says sho wouldn't marry the ered means of stemming Its flow Into the country. Yet this Is the way the sup- best man on earth. Plenty of Klrts ply of tho United States has Increased: say that. Idle talk, ehr Aug--, Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville, Ky. North-boussL Aug. Aug. wil l. wis 1. S), 1914 ll.W.aO.OGO x.ooiioa.oro tti0,0-O.Oi- White King I $2. Herman Sebastian. POSTED ts Jacob SchulzCompany Fine Cut Flowers For All Occasions. ti cash. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. In so short n space o tltm ns two years we have added to our gold supply the tutu of more than t ",CKDi,0U. Tho central bunks of tho four great nations nt war have menu whllo taken lu sutllcleut gold only to offset outgo and to Increase their combined supply by a net umount of $:iO,Xj,lino. Tbls street." Is the manner In which the aggregute gold holdlugs of the Itauk of England, Measuring the Infinite. Bank of France, Bank of Germnny "Ktcmlty." said the country exhort-it- , and Hank of Ilus-dhuio changed: .. r. .... 111 ... 1.19 who wnnted to make things clear, tn9(U,i.'UW Aug. I, 1S15 tSUXW.OU) "Is forever und forever, and five or six , icinmiUM) cverlustlnRs on top of them. Why, Aug. ro, i9io By contrast with these achievements brothers und sisters, after millions and the circular recalls that on the out- billions of centuries bud rolled away In break of tho war It was freely pre- eternity. It would still bo u hundred dicted that Euroim would thniw her thousand years to breakfast time." American fcecurltles on tho New York market In it volume ton great to be absorbed nnd that our gold would bo Many Ridiculous Beliefs, drained away and our rurrtiiey system It Is true, of course, that u ureal dislocated. many ridiculous beliefs prevalent unions us ure only half beliefs. The ARGENTINE COAL S40 A TON. 13 superstition, for example, returns Its vitality because of the larp- - number of people who find themselves at Unusually Cold Weather Brings Sufvttrbius stages between the extremes fering In Duenoe Aires. Passengers who arrived In Now York nf positive belief und itoMtlre dlsts-lle- f with respect to It. Indeed. then-Ifrom Ilitonis Aires Kiild that the Arii'itliliiK mure (illllcult tlmu to degentine wits experiencing the coldest termine the renl attitude of tlie pubyears. winter lu twenty-livTheoJoro Ulcktil.fr limited that tlu lic mind toward iruvulent popular dotemperature hud not gone above 'Si tations. degrees nbove zero for days at n time. The prli o of oul, ho snld, bad risen to No Compromise. $10 n ton lu Buenos Aires, mid tho Luke was weighted down with a landlords of tho apartment hntirs refused to turn i. n the Hleain heat. Only pair of feet nf n slr. remarkable even two of tha t holds lu the i lly made for n tiiun of bis color In the any attempt to warm their rooms or of hutnau kind. Ah he wau restuttrunts during thu winter. People sitting one day engaged tn the game tat In their room with furs or blan- of chance which has to do with rubes kets around them. Business condition t)t bono with bluck dots Uon their tn tho Argentine wcro not good, ha sides, Ham approached. In his aid. Sam trod upon the foot of Luko und remained planted there. Luke turned upon him Indignantly, Berlin Is Now Kltohenar. An order In council wua passed at "(lit offn dot foot," ho commanded. Toronto changing thu tiatno ot Berlin, "Qlt off. Olt all de way off!" 'int., to Kitchener, Tho town has bout 10,000 inhabitants and was setHla Unique Proposal. tled by German Immigrants, whose He was a morbid youth nnd n nervform an Important part of ous lover. Often had he wished to tell 3e population. the maiden how he lunged to muke her all hla own. Again nnd agula hud But totdght his nervo failed him. look In Ma eye. there was a They aturtod for their usuul walk, und Law. rested awhile umju his favorite seat arson 'School a gravestone lu thu village churchyard. A happy Inspiration seized him. "MafYlWI'IJr-r- r TWO YKAHmL'liJflLdao ria," he said In trembling accents uuna I. rui LJI. litk I. iTe0r1 (W. lakrfl la i.rut ta.rta.JkB. lor "Maria I When you die how should Uclf hlu Hur. lu.tka you like to be burled here with my ilfcrtrM Mill irtlil). Iwl ttlLhcAUl! htndM.at name on the atone over you J" Loudon tutilui rf Hilt lhsuWntn Irtauw, rlt TLwuijlMlXtr4a ra4 Opinion. OiiOtT fCNMEAKCI, Sc'y, LcciaiUe, K. 1 e preoc-cupatlo- More to the Purpose. "Why In the world did jou Indorse n check for that fellow, when you didn't know- - who he wasl" "He hypnotized me with questions from Shakepenrf "Well, the next time n ctmp comes nlonc with n bogus rheck ask him to quote somethlni; from Dun nnd Brad In for UnBa- the the the So. 10 No. 4 Cincinnati Express, diily cial, daily No. 28 No. .4:30 a.m Spe- 6:0.1 Quick Benediction. "It's ton hot for prcurhlng." sold the "and 1 don't want to lllllvllle .buck my mat for fear some o" you Hard-shel- l sinners tuny think I'm In knock the eussedncss nut o you, an' muke a break fur the ibior, or tumble tbrntiRh the windows, so Just go on home penceable, whilst we lire of the hymn: There's u hotter time by un' by I" Do Not Meddle With Your Ears. a.m. Blue Grass Special, daily except Hun...:08 a.m. daily 7:00 No. 0- - .Locnl Express, daily 1:3.1 No. Limited, daily C:20 No. 12 Royal Palm, daily.. G:37 South-boun- Special, a.m p.m. pm p.m No. No. 6 11 1 Local daily Express, s cial, daily 11:62 p.m. No. 27 Blue Grass Special, daily except advice of twmo olllclous uetglibor. . Sunday, arrives.. 8:tli p.m For rntes, routes und Information call upon or address M. J. Couglilln. Asters and Grapes. agent; 'phone 34G. A blrth'hiy celebration lu ti country rottngn tisik phirii when tho purplo asters grew In profusion by tho roadsides. Tho day culled for n birthday cuke, and for decorations for tho table. Thu asters furnishes! thu lutter, and their lovely tint suggested the coloring for tho cuke. This was procured by the use of grupo Juice. The bottled Juice was used, being udded a little at u tlmu to u beaten Icing of white of egg and sugur. When tbo cake was put on tho table It was surrounded by a wreath ot asters. Whatever platflble rcasntis la) turn havo for treating sumo dlstases. should not meddle with the ear. a very sensitive und dellratu orpeculiarly lluble In serious Injury through the manipulations of men and s women Ignorant of Its unutomy, Judicious treatnnd pathology. ment Is most lniHirtuut, but It Is to let ear troubles iiliiue than to svek thu aid of Aunt Kitmiiuthii or tuko the iniiy they It Is gan, furc-tlon- Na 11:0,1 a.m. Uoyal Palm, daily..ll:20 a.m. New Orleans Lim ited, daily ll::i.1 a.m. No. 13 No. No. S Carolina daily Special, 10:15 p.m. Spo- - 0 Florldn Spe tinl, dally 11:3S p.m. si, Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed nowadays. It reflects good taste and a favorable Camera for Aviators. One nf the new devices by which Muropean wur aviators obtain a correct photograph of the enemies' position Is n camera operated with a trigger like n pistol. It ran take cleau und distinct photographs for military purposes at an ultltudj of 000 feet or more. Tho aviator take's aim and Pulls the trigger as though firing; a revolver. The pistol camera was Invented by the Germans, but one ot them was fouud on board no aeroplane brought down by the French. It was o simple aud copied la large effective that It Aat once creates impression. Jff sEaNi Suppose you come and tee the many Seautiful samples we have and get our prices, aakavr HeMj. 'i i. numbcri for wi breach Central Record. arlttora. "Sit t