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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 26, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916102601_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): October 26, 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 REUOION, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. TWENTY SEVENTH THAR, LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. OCTOBER 26. 1916. MASS MEETING If4i NUMBER 30. afi fjtajjgljarijf AT THE COURT ENGINEER KAY HERE mm mil Re I PBEPAfiDNESS 'jp HOUSE T IN INTEREST OF THE COME AND ON JOURNEY NORTH. Has Been To Lancaster To S a Advise WATER SYSTEM. DO EVERYBODY YOUR garding Their VYaler Snpply. PART. We are rondy to answer the call for f Kitchen Utensils I Of Every Description. F3I 1 1 See Our 'White Beauty Assortment' $ ENTIRELY NEW AND AT ATTRACTIVE PRICES. Ejl 5 and I Oc Counter a Specialty. FIKST COME FIRST SERVED. Don't Miss This Opportunity It will Like a very lienvy rain to tuMnentlv roleniih llio citv lake Have you been thinkbefore there will lio vjter for the people of l.ancu ter ing what a long drouth woulil mean to our tovn next year? The people have inviteil to nttenil two man meeting at the Court Home to consider the ncccsiary stein to meet the situation, These meetings have hotli ben poorly attended. While thine present manifested the deepest Internal, there has not Nothing can or will been a sufficient number to nccomplMi anything ilerlnite. be done If one person waits ami undertaken to depend upon his neighbor to carry all the weight. Let it he understood that the lake will not supply this city with water in the future, it is neceaiary to extend the plant to the river. Your city olllcers have no possible way nor means to do this. They would do It if it was in their power. The extention plant must ha constructed by private undertaking. Men and women of Lancaster you aro naked to meet at the Itemember the health Court Homo tonight to talk this serious matter over. of jour family is at Blake. You are liable to lie without fire protection for The insurance on your property i liable to soon be greatly Your pri'P-rtincreased. The cashie'rs of the three banks in city with their attorneys are working with your mayor and city attorney upon some practical plan to extend Meet the plant to the river and will reHirt to the meeting tonight. our neighbor there and do your part ns a citizen. Fresh oysters at Zimmers. A big crowd in town Court day. Engineer Edgar H. Kay, who investigated tho local water question for the city nnd who is now engaged on a big job at Cclinn Ohio, passed thru Win chester yesterday on his way from Lancaster. Ho had been called to the Garranl county capital on an Impartant matter of water supply for that city. Mr. Kay said while here that Lancaster is having reservoir trouble similar to that in Winchester. It would cost thousands of dollars to line the reser voir tl.ere and he has advied that city to go to the river for its water supply, just ns he advised Winchester to go to the river. Mr. Kuy was pleased to find local overwhelmingly for a city sentiment plant and river Water and again stated that it is nothing short of criminal to permit the use of such water as we nre now getting evry summer. Winchester Democrat. s- CONN BROS. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. In." Hear Ir. Ganfield tomorrow night on "What makes a Town worth Living POLITICAL SPEECHES For Both Parlies Receive Enthusiastic Applause Here Last Monday. LORENCS Make Your Home Comfortable. No. 53 Florence Heating Stove will heat four and five rooms. Make your home like summer all the winter. A Hear Dr. CantHd at the Court Houe LANCASTER tomorrow night. Now Open And OPERA Good HOUSE Ate On Shows The scarcity of water in Lancaster becomes a very terious problem Every Nighl. Pamts- - All Kinds, All Sizes. i Window Glass McRoberts Drug Store YOU NEED A FLASH LIGHT TOO. Komana is not letting any Not Itomance Hut Facts in the story' GIRL NKXT KrB9 Kruw umler hi feet in an effort of "TIIF. LITTLK m give 10 me people ni Lancaster srme DOOIt" at Hex Theatre. of the best pictures shown I. ere fnr There will be no meeting in the Club several months. He looks well to the room Friday afternoon, as Dr. (ianfleld comrort of his patron and tell us the best pictures tbat can tie pioduced are will speak Friday night. being booked for his hoose during the The Jury money is now ready for the next few weeks. Jurors who served on the August term of Court. J. J. Walker, Jr. FORGOT WHO HE IS Trustee Jury Fund, - J- - ,r w- The Colon. I did not mention Hughes but once in his Louisville speech and then very ci sually. The fact is Teddy is no more for Hughes than many that Dr. (lanfield.s lecture is free and will vote for Wilson. He is just workevery man woman and child in Lan ing oir his surplus bile and using lancaster should hear him on this subject guage fit only for tne guttereens. Two of vital interest to our town. objects animate him, hatred of Wilson and a desire to keep in the limelight till Clover, timothy seed, orchard grass. l'J20. Ky Illue grass, germination and purity tests given on the field seeds. PAPER FAMINE Hudson, Hughes & Farnau, OCTOHF.lt 2iith IS WILSON DAY IN F.VEIIY COUNTY IN THE UNITED STATES. PRETENDING TO SUPPORT Democratic last Monday and Ex Governor Osborne, of Michigan, billed to speak at the Hex Theater in the interest of the Republican party, the town was practically filled with adherents of each political faith and that resulted in both houses leing well filled. Mr. Finn spoke for one hour and held the attention of the crowd during the entire time and was liberally applauded often during his masterful adJress. He was followed by Mr. Adkins, after being introduced by Hon. II. Clay Kauff-ma- n in a very happy and inimitable way. Mr. Adkins is a fluent speaker and was popularly received being re- With tho Hon. Lawrence Franklin and Aubrey F. Covington, booked to make speeches at the court house It. Finn, of Adkins, of Holds Fire All Night. Haselden Lancaster, - Bros., Kentucky peatedly interrupted by applause when he spoke of the Wilson Administration, whicli he is now so ardently espousing, being until recently, one of the leading Progressives of the state and a to the National Progressive Convention, in Chicago last June. He spoke to a good crowd at Bryants-vill- e Monday night and to a crowded house at Paint Lick Tuesday night. Governor Osborne failed to put in his appearance, having missed connection at Cincinnati, and this was quite a disappointment to the large orowd that had assembled at the Rex theater. However, Hon. Robert E. Woods of Louisville and former postmaster of that city, happened to be in the city and he was immediately drafted and made a speech that was heartily re ceived and frequently applauded. Mr. S. II. Kash of Corbin, spoke to a small W. 0. RIGNEY. Funeral Lancaster, :SPANISH CAKE. Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. KEEPING PRICES DOWN When you nre rendy to buy t V GROCERIES and MEATS just bear in mind tlmt this is the store where prices nrc nlwnys kept down to the limit, High prices never prevail here. When vou want cood service just remember that our motto is to give the best goods and the best service for the least money and we do it. There will be a I'ic Supper at Iluena Vista Consolidated School, Saturday Funds to Oct. 2Stli at eevtn o'clock. be used to pay off our I'iano note which is now due. There will be some interesting contests. Plenty of fun. Everybody invited. Woman is more practical than man-mmore so. When a man discovers that he is losing his hair he invests lots of money in hair restoratives, which never do a bit of good. A woman does not waste timeor money on restoratives she goes and buys more hair. uch ss ft DAVIDSON & TOMLINSON. ri 3 SEEMS CERTAIN. That news paper will get as high as the proverbial "cow that jumped over the moon" and the worst of it there is a probability of not being able to get it at all, is indeea alarming. Our local news dealer here, Mr. Ii. E. McHoborts, in ordering some extra Sunday papers from the Cincinnati Enquirer, received the following significant reply; "Wo cannot increase your Sunday orders, due to a shortage in white paper. We are unable to get sufficient paper to get out our orders at the present RAISIN POUND. W r m S3 FRESH OYSTERS time." mdience last Friday afternoon at the court house. He made a strong appeal to the negroes for their vote and his remarks seemed to charm and delight them to the utmost. BIG CROWD HERE MONDAY w CELERY, CRAN BERRIES AND HEAD m r o The Highest of High-Gla- ss Pictures Only are shown at Romans Opera House Any night you attend this theatre you may be assured of the fact that you will find ONLY, pictures of the very higheat quality and shown in a manner that Is pleasing to all. SILVER TEA. PERIL IN A CHANGE The Ladies Missionary Society will hold their annual Silver Tea at the OF PARTIES. Presbyterian church Tuesday evening, A change of parties in the governOctober 31st, Hallowe'en. Ever) body ment at this time would put every inis cordially invited. terest in peril und leave us without standing with the Imperial German government. The defeat of Wilson SOME DEAD BEET. would be regarded by the Kaiser ns n Mr. George Marshbanks, one of the victory for him and n. reversal of the Itecord's subscribers, brought to this policy which forced him to desis't from 'office one of the largest beets we ever his cowardly submarine warfare againsaw as it weighed over six pounds. He st defenceless neutrals, who exercise says he raised equally as large sweet their right to travel on the high seas. potatoes, but we are from Missouri. He would feel Bt Liberty to renew that warfare and would doubtless promptly renew it. Fortunately, however, no TRAIN RILLS CATTLE. such a contingency seems possible. Mr. W. A, l'rice had two nice year- The American people are not beieft of ling cattle killed by thu train last Mon- reason and will take no such dangerous day morning. One waskilledinstantlv, chance. They have already decided to the other had to be destroyed on ac- keep Wilson on guard for four years count of broken leg. They weighed' more to continue to give the country j peace, prosperity and happiness. about CUO pounds each. DANVILLE'S ART SHOP. PLAYING BOTHlNDS Much Trading And Some Politics. Another big crowd was drawn to Lan caster last Monday, it being the regular county court day and trading was brisk in the mule lin- -. while a few horses and cattle crnmged hands at fairly satisfactory prices. Mules were in brisk demand and many from colts to aged animals were sold at good prices. Some of the sales were as follows; W. V. Gastineou, sold six four vear old mules to Iliight and Fox. at $200 a round. James I! ibinson bought a 10 year old mule of KYIIv Hogg, for $25; and one of a Stanfotd man for $135; and live more of other parties ranging from $15 to $75. T. J. Price, about twenty mule colts that averaged him $70 each; Jess Fox a pair of 3 year olds of I'rewit Thomp son, for $230; J. W. Elmor- - sold a nice team of mare mules to llright aud Fox for $412.50; Walter Fain sold J. W. Elmore it young pair of mare mules for $235, Gel Coleman of Harrodsburg, bought a nice sorrel gelding of Wils Rogers, of Paint Lick, for which he paid $175; Col A. M. Houme sold a puir of 7 year old mules for $225 and a mule colt to J. I. Hamilton for $50, and o number of horses at public auction, from $30 to $C0, R. E. Henry bought two mulo colts at an average of W. H. Ilurton bought a pair of $00; C. A. Arnold for $400 and u team of horse mules of It L, Ulkln for $320; a team of Ed Clark for $375, a five year old of W. T. King for $225. and a nice ono of Steve Hill for $225. W, 1). Lee sold a team of mare mules to Uright and Fox for $100; II. C. Sutton u nice mule to llright and Fox for horse mule $225; J. l llourne bought of Ike Naylor for $155: J. K. Robinson sold o dandy team of five year old mules to llright and Fox for $425; and bought 10 yearling cattle of Craig and Brown1 I for which lie paid six cents u pound. LETTUCE, ETC. Phone 20. o o m r z c z oo m lAlr Theo Currey. ' w See Border of "Ad" for Names of Cakes. WlinHJ 3103U0 OJLS I H d3 f. i irE ariri CO. Co.) REX GARAGE (Successors to Lancaster Motor Car The Woman's Art Shop recently AGAINST THE MIDDLE. opened in Danville is a great tonven. ience to the visiting shoppers to that! Hero wv have Candidate Hughes city, where a delightful light lunch ran placating and playing hard for the always be had. Miss Lil Noel, former German-America- n vote and Roosevelt ly of this place is one of thn proprietors "skinning 'em alive" to get the gnd will always welcome her old vote for Hughes. We see Candidate Hughes and his friends. chairman, Wilcox, condemning the child labor law ns u fraud and a hoax BIG and a joker, and Senator Cummins and WALTER HAMMACK, Manager. cTMsloOHIO. GOOD ORDER. GOOD MUSIC, Comfortable Seats and Excellent Pictures may always be found at Romans Opera House (Nothing But The Best In Pictures.) Watch this space for the announcements of "specials." The Cincinnati Enquirer's straw vote , lleveridgo praising it; Senputs Ohio largely for Wilson. A Cin- ator Cummins baying that "anyone who cinnati Congressman in Louisville a few denounces It is either Ignorant or In days ago said that the Democrats would competent. Here is Candidate Hughes opposing carry it by 150,000. It would not sur- prise, tv is wie sihiu ui uig majorities and criticising the Adamsaii eight-hou- r and when the goes a 'catin she goes law, and seventy Republican Congress, men who voted for it running for rea ' cattln. election on their records, and the twenty-eight Republican senators who alFREE LECTURE lowed the bill to pass when they could Dr. Ganfield, a most delightful and. have easily defeated It. entertaining spesker will lecture at the! We have innumerable Republican Any one wishing to cull me while I Court House tomorrow (Friday) night. speakers, fiom Candidate Hughes Danville down, saying that our prosperity is am in Danville can call the No admission, and every one should Motor Car Co, phone 121, and I will avail themselves of the opportunity of "fictitious", "merely temporary", or Jas. D. Hatcher. "consisting wholly of war munitions", get your message. hearing something worthwhile. He lecture) to crowded houses every- - ( and on the other hand every bank and Light lunch at the Wom where he goes and Is much sought after railroad and big business house making both as a lecturer and after dinner reports showing business in the most an's Shop for lady shoppers speaker and we feel Lancastrans will prosperous condition, and the stocks on while in Danville. Located do themselves proud by turning out en-- 1 the market all going up. I on Third Street. laugh". masses hear him. "It is to ( ED DOURGHERTY, Head Mechanic. OILS, GASOLINE AND ACCESSORIES. , iU m Stanford Street. One Block from Public Square. Your Patronaere Solicited. rji m nriririi : I The Central Record, Thursday Oct 26 I91tooooooooooooooooooo o O POULTRY PICKINGS. o o Do lint make- t!ic mistake of o keeping more birds over until o the winter arrltt tlinn you enn o properly tnko euro of. o Now Is Hip tlt.ic to look care- o fully over this winter quarters of o t lie hens for nny leaks In tlio o roofs, Miles, etc. o Those who breed white birds o should bo mrc that tliey have- o plenty of slmdo while moll In p. o I'eeil very sparingly of yellow o corn; none Is licttcr than too o much. o Look nfler the shanks of your o older birds, fee tint lliey nrc o clenn. If you note nny rouph or o ncnly eruptions Ret nfler them o without delay. o Look nnd too If tlio dut bath o Is clean. o Don't feed poor, chenp meat o (craps. It has caued tlio loss of o many chicks this season, o - SUDAN GRASS IN KANSAS. 9 oooooooooooooooooo O Drought and Can Be Used o Withstands notation Purposes. For o Sudan gross Is well adapted to witho becoming o stand drought and Is fastdrpcndnblo recognized ns staple and O Thomp-son- , o crop for Kansas, asserts (1. 12. crop specialist of the Kansas o o State Agricultural college.Is concerned. In so far ns Kansas o grass o points out Mr Thompson. Sudan Is adapted to practically nil soils exo o cept th'ise which aro tery wet and ex. o poorly drained or those which arecono Iremely alkaline or sandy. Soli o ditions generally favorable to Sudan o grass are similar to those favorable o to the other sorghums. It yields Iicst o In rich loam or to sandy loam soil o that Is well drained. Thinner nnd poorer soils necessarily produce lighter o yields, although Sudan grnss, like the other sorghums. Is nn extensile feedo er nnd Is one of the prolltnblc crops on o thin, poor upland soils. Itetng a nn o live of the hot, dry climate. It Is natuo rally adapted to tho relatively dry conditions of western Kansas, and It Is In this part of the state that It will I prove of most value. Sudan grass can be used readily In nny ordinary farm rotation. It Is nn FERTILIZING PASTURES. J annual nnd cnu be substituted In the average rotation for corn or any other sorghum crop, or It can be grown In Durlnc a recent series of excrlmcnt the longer rotations Instead of the peconducted by tlio Ohio experiment sta rennial bay or pasture grasses. It Is Hon In Washlnetun county the use of not n legume nnd will therefore not phosphorus, lime and manure1 was ndd nitrogen to tho soli, although found proflfablo In fertilizing pasture Its extensive fibrous root system con tributes to the supply of organic land, while nitrogen and potassium made no noticeable showing. Fer matter. Careful study of Its moisture tlllztns elements nerc used alono and requirements under field conditions and examinations of the root system In combination and were compared n with manure. J- - worth being used to nt nil stages of growth show that grass can draw molsturo from the acre. I.lme wns applied In a few greater depths of soli than millet, but rases. More while clover and less poverty It does not draw Its moisture supply trass grew on plots treated with acid from ns great n depth ns do the ordl phosphate and mami'" than on the nary sorghums. Sudan grass Is n crop that matures Clover prow more profusely others. quickly and can often bo used as a Nitrogen where lime wns applied. catch crop. Because It makes n much caused a more luxuriant growth lrnmo-dlatelafter treatment, but Its effect better sod than the ordinary annual grasses ond because Its growth of foil-agwas not lasting The use of potassium Is rank and rapid, It has been, was unprofitable. ami no doubt will be. ucd to n considerable extent for pasture purposes Why Not? Erdlx, n small boy of four, enrae Into Ida aunt 8 linuc one day and said. PLANTING TREES AND SHRUBS "Auntie, did (Jod use n pattern to make mo by? She replied, "I suppose ho. Autumn Offers Many Advantages For Setting These Out. "Then," said, he, "he must have Mime pieces left over nnd why can't he put Trees nud shrubs planted In the nil them together nnd inako me n baby tumn become thoroughly set In the ground and well established to begin sister J " growing nt tho very stnrt of spring. It Is much pleasanter to work out of Cutting Wide Slots With Hacksaw. doors In the autumn than In tho cold Mechanics frequently And It necesand wet spring weather. Another ad sary to cut slots In metal with n hackvantage Is that nurserymen usually saw. When wide Mots are required, so nrc not very busy In the autumn and thnt n Unfile cut from n blnile will not fill orders promptly but In the spring, make them, two or more blades may when they are rushed, orders cannot be placed together nnd a wider cut all bo filled at the same time, nnd some made. If the plus, over which the shipments must necessarily be made blades are hooked, lire straightened late. The first mouth of spring Is the slightly they will hold several blades most Important growing month, nnd with u uniform tension. l'opular Me- autumn planted stock Is sure to hnvc the ndvnntage of the early growing chanics Magazine. season. Tall planting can be done ns late as Repairing Reed Furniture. the ground remains unfrozen. Trim Ilrnco the split or broken reed with tho roots when the trees arc planted, n match; wrap but do not trim the tops until spring n piece of wlro or tightly with rnlllii, begluntng nt the bot- Mound the earth up arouud tho base tom or Inside, and winding toward the of tho trees eight to twelve Inches for border, where n neat fastening may be winter protection and level It down secured by threading the rnllla Into a next spring. Do not dlj the holes long before bodkin nnd sewing nnd tying It through the weaving of the reed. Ittiflln may planting, ns the eaith will dry out. Plant standard fruit trees so that be bought 111 all colors, as well ns natural (which matches the natural reed) when the ground settles the crook Jut above the root will be nn Inch under nnd Is strong and Inexpensive. ground. Dwarf fruit trees should have the crook nn Inch above ground. Other Seeds Resemble Aeroplanes. The cimdurangii plant In Peru pro- plants should be set at the same depth they stood in tlio nursery. duces n seodpnd live to from eight Inches long, tilled with seed A Hou Shlnninn Crat. which nro small aeroplanes In con.V stroni? sliltmlii fn- - lin- -a Id Is a eetl proiH-- r struction. The Mind' oval one the size of n small, an easy thing to make. It shoulj be split pen. The plnnes extend from the well built of southern jellow pine. A seed like the wing of n butterlly or neatly built crate, a shipping ta',' bear shipper's name and that of liU aeroplane. When the md burt'; bun- ins thoonen win nm in suing ftork dled of these Weds will sail off on inrni n gentle breeze anywhere from UK) yards to half a mile. yOh LooklV H M won't O I can cat 'cm all 1' i they be- I ti - cause ' That's witli Calu- - -M H. et C Jt!at Award. Menefee for some time relumed homo Hatiinlny, Timothy Huchnnon, colored, of Crab But Mrs. Waller Says It's Just as Good Orclinnl was brought to this city Sat Today as When It Was First Made. urday afternoon nnd placed In jml to Three years go Mrs. Walter testified serve n term of (en days for disturbing religious worship. to complete relief from kidney Ills. Later she says thnt there lins not Wnllnce Singleton left Friday for been the slightest return ol the trouble. Cincinnati, where he has ncrepted n Lancaster sufferers will take n deal position with the Proctor and (!nr.,hle In Mrs, Walter's statement. of comfort Soap Company. His place at the PrinHead what She savs: cess will be filled by ltlclinrd Arnold. Mrs. II. K. Walter. Hill St Lancaster, says: "Whenever my back Mis. W. II. Todd went to Lancaster becomes lame nnd pnlnful, n few doses Monday to spend several days In the of Dnan's Kidney rills, procured nt I!. Interest of her expression class she has K. Alcltoberts & Son's Drug Store, in that city. She was accompnined by bring me Instntit relief. At one tine I Miss l,)Ie Cooper who spent the day feared thnt I hnd serious kidney trouble with her. The kidney secretions were unnatural Dave Thomas, who has been III for nnd gave unmistakable evidence of disordered kidneys. Doan's Kidney I'ills nbout twelve weeks I with typhoid fever, in a short time made my kidneys nor- is able to sit up tin it is thought thnt he will probably be able to bo taken to mal." his mother's home in Lexington the HASN'T SUFI-1'UKSINCE. Ins' of the week. OVEK THUKK YKAHS LATKIt. Mrs. Walter said: "Mv kidneys have Mrs Adelia Woods wns called to Pain been in excellent condition since giving Lick Monday on nccount of the illness my foimer endorsement of Dean's Kid- of her niece. Miss Jennie lliggins, who ney I'ills." was thrown from her buggy severnl Trice COc. at nil dealers. Don't sim- dnvs ago nnd sustained injuries thnt ply ask for a kidney remedy get will probably be serious Doan's Kldnc) I'ills -- the same that The liody of John Hubble was brought Mrs. Walter has twice publicly recommended l'rops, here and interred in the llulTalo Springs cemetery, Monday. Mr Hubble was in Hulfalo. N. V. the army and stationed at Fort McKin- ley, Maine. He whs k son of Mr nnd STANFORD Mrs John Hubble of McKinney. IT'S THREE YEARS OLD 'Build Up for Winter Clcnr out tlio coiifreslitn that lnic, illfturbcd your lirenthinR nnd wenkenert your d iriMUon, nnd v t!i thrir full trornto nil tlio bodily in ccs.s flhnre in cold weather, nnd thus build yourself up to ncrlect, neniiii, re-in1 1 It It a tonle that rctorra th Wan.-- tojrmirtn.J1y function, tlcur ( m!!-- f in your ytrm,ni kfytynj up lainrrw wy tn rty hill rrntufy nl rffftrt ml httrr fcrttlh. , Vtr In htit found It vtiuiMc ftUl for !! ratrrnai rnn..ititn. nu. PhHItN ISaolooil Mprknra point tb irti thit nmmsi lii frtlii. Tablet form I ronrrnloitt to rarry to Ult quirk ad ministration. J with you. Manalln Tablrta art the Unfit. They rorrrrt I th Mbit of ronatlpatlnn. arouc tbt Irr atui bip 4& kidofyt. lour drucui titf uro T)i Pemn Company, Columbus. Ohio PERUNA IS INVIGORATION fy mm .fT STSSAM I Capital $50.000. 1. Surplus $50.000. I STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. Pay your bills by check, and have your wife pay her bills by check " schemes. Never lend an ei.r to "(let Follow some system in saving Do not be haphazard about It. Kent a safe ileH)sit box for your valunble papers. Make free use of the lip-tdate service we oh"Vr. Teach the child the value ct money by Kivim; them nn allowance. Meet your friends at this bank for transacting important business !2. ; I. t. 17. 1 Citizens National Bank OK LANCASTKIl. KV. i mi ran " riiATtU Cheap and big can 13aking Powders do not save you money. Calumet does it's pure and far superior to sour milk ond soda. TEATERSVILLE Miss Ilarhara Gulley spent the day with Miss Ila Hill Sunday. Mr. George Hay and fnnily visited his futher Mr. Hirsm Itoj Sunday. Mr. Robert llroadus wns a guest of Mr. Dave Loop; and fumilv Sunday. Mr. Bennie Kurtz of Mercer Co, is visiting his brothers Mr. Hugh and Handy Kurtz. Miss Mary Lee Kurlz was the guest y of Misses Irene nnd Lucile Grow night. Miss I.ina Ilollon was the pleasant guest of Mrs. O. K, Simpson night. Mr. and Mrs. Lee I'er.dleton and Wlist was piobnbly the worst disap pointed crowd ever assenihltd in Stan Miss Liccie IJeazlev is the guest of ford wns here last Wednesday evening, her sister, Mr& Sandidge at Moreland. when about it thousand people assembled at the depot to see and hear Teddv Mrs J. S. liice is the guest of her Itoo'evelt. The train was over an hour mother, Mrs Mary (iarnetnt Cave City. Into and pasted thru Stanford at the Mrs. Nora Goedknight nnd David rate of thirty miles an hour regardless Goouknight were in Lancaster Monday of the efforts of Dr II. L. Davison to Itag the train. Ittmsrvidl waved to the lor me nny. Mr. J. C. Fox nnd daughter, Mary croud as the train passed thru. Lee Fox, were in Lancaster Monday a The wedding'cif Miss Sarah Hundley and Clay Davis, which occur rid atDar.-vill- e short time. Thursday afternoon wna received Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Williams nro re joicing ovir tlie arrival ..f n little son here as quite a surprise. The wedding occurred at the home of Hev. (Jirrison. at their home. They were accompanied to Danville b Mrs. It. U. Gentry has returned to Miss Gertrude Wilkinon. Itnmtdiatelv her home at Frankfort after a visit to after the ceremony this happy couple relatives and friends here. left for Indianapolis to visit his relativDr. ai.d Mrs. II. It. Perkins are the es for several da) s. They will return guests of Mr. and .Mrs. Ud Perkins at to this place where Mr Davis has rentMarcellu, Garrard county. ed the Capt. Powell fnrm. The bride Mrs E. L. IEeinhart, who recently is the younger daughter of Mrs. Laura underwent an operation, is improving Hundley of this city Hnd is, both atnicely, her many friends will be glad to tractive nrd accomplished, while the know. groom is a prominent young farmer. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Gaines, of Crab- Orchard, were the guests Sunday of Helen Took Mo Chances. Mr. and Mrs. Logan Stephenson at The other day Helen's mother Al ay wood. n luuth uhUh Helen carried to Mrs. Hen Jennings and little dnughter school. When she returned homo thnt Mary Margaret, have returned home day Helen sold: "I didn't eat nny from Danville, where Ihey have been lunch today, mamma ; somebody took for several weeks. It from my desk." The next day Helen's Mr. and Mrs W. T. West. .Mr. and mother n pi u prepared n liiuih and InMrs. Robert Embry, of Lancaster, were structed her to be more careful with -. s,i on .r return rmui the guests of D,r. nnd .Mrs. W. H. It this tinschool when her in ilher iiskisl "Did O'llannon Sunday. anyone tube onr lunch today V Hilen Mr. and Mis. L. E. Carperter nnd shook her head and replied. "No, son Jack, who havo been the guvsts they couldn't; I Knt on It." of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Spears Fisher and family have moved to Danville to reside. J II. K. IIIDSDN. President J. J. WALK Kit. Vic- - Preit, W. (). P.ldNBV. Ass't Cash'r Job J WaLXKK. Jit.. Ilisik Keeper. W. K. CHAMP, tashier DC COM CEL-SA- K The Most Powerfully Efficacious Medicine Ever Sold in Lancaster. For almost 8 yeors COM-- l El, SAUJhas been used and known with more confidence anil satisfaction thnn mi) remedial medicaIn fall nature demands the assistance of a tonic tion known. medicine to assist the elimination or throwing otT of accumulated filth from tho human body, nnd if this natural asslitance la denird or not furiu-hethen nature will bum up the waste nintter, the result being Fevers. Hulls. Itheumatism, Colds, Catarrh, .Malaria and Consumption. IT IS LEGALLY GUARANTEED that is, every. box is packed rnd backed by ami with Legal (luaran falls to do what tee that gets your money back if )ou expect it to. is pure, sweet, fresh. Hoot and Herbs three Kach box makes n full ijuarl of medicine, thus boxes for 1 1.00. compounding a lasting searching tonic, Ixsly and blood builder, superior to anything of its kind. For indigestion, gas in he stomach and bowels, kidney and bladder troubles, i.ervousness, is the remtdy most ex. weakness and malaria, cells-lit- . Why not go to Stormes Drug Store at Lancaster and get a for Jl ou. Legally three months treatment of guaranteed, also get UScls worth of SCIKNCH KOPK, made for Human Skin Only and commends itself with own purity and aweet ness. You should also remember to get n "ic bottle of DAKOTA JACK'S COWIIOY lNl.MFNl' for pains, cuts, sprains, biuises, bums, etc., as used by Itanchmen, Cowboys, Scouts and Indiana. No home should bo without it. All people can buy these remedies at 1 STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. . Dakoto aiS'-a- i Jack-Whitc-Mo- on west urooiiway. i.ui'isvu.i.i-;C DC ky 3C 31 family were the guestsof Mr. and Mrr. Uroncon Locker Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. O. K. Sitnpcci and daughter, Juantta visit'' Mr. U.K. Itogie and family Surdity. Mr. ard Mrs. Kemp Walker i.nl, family und Mrs. Julia Walker molund to Kound Hill to visit relatives there I Sunday. . Miss Minnie Pearl Drown, Stflla Store and I!utrllrodua Mr. Kmmitt Urcadus, Iiobert ni.il John I'M La) ton were tins gutsits of Mr. K. 11. Key nnd fumilv Sunday. '0 O Q Q Q Q & o Vinecar Prevents Typhoid. Wash uimI then mwk nil uncooked vegetables In vinegar If you would having typhoid fever. If lettuce watercress and other greens to lie oaten raw be placed in vinegar witter (three tfuspoitiifuhi of vinegar tu a quart of water It tin- - proportion) to soak (luiuierseil) for one hour ami a quarter nil danger of typhoid fever will be removed. The acidulated water does rot mar the Ilavor of the In cue tlio slili'iuint Is to be a long one, wire a pan of witter In one comer M.lteilal for erato two feet wide live feet Iouk nud thtee feet high: New Yoik's Funeral Darge. -l by 12 for bottom end boiud, There Is u little boat on the lint by itprhihts and opculic river, New York, known as the fidelity, end; -1 by Id-- 10 bides nud cIoed which Is th6 funeral barge of fi.TW "K) by Uoor and Imttoui it year, livery morning, ruin or end j -I -- 8 eioots. -1 Farm shine. It stomas up the Hast river on sklo boards. Its dully tour of the various hpiltHN I'lojiutas niul Institutions. Untiles of those who Clipping Pastures, have died lire returned to the morgue t'llppliii; pastures after hittvost was tu bo left from soveii to ten days, wallfound in lesult In moru and better ing for a claimant. There are about 120 a week, ISO it month, or an average BiustH In u survey of the Ohio ox perlmeul hlutlon In the southeustern of r,7G0 a year. part of the suite. Tho rlpeului: ol weed seeds Is prevented, und briars are Correct Thiught First. Social reform Is nut to bo secured by icmuvisl. so llutt clover and blue Krnss nnUu uud khoultiig. by complaints und may occupy tho ground. Usually there denunciation, by the formation of par nro only u few places In llm isture ties or the making of revolutions, hit. where u moulns inaclilne cannot be by the uwukenliig of thought uud the ucod. In audi uses the scythe la progress of Idem. L'ntll there In- brought Into play. correct thought, there cannot be right Alfalfa and Dampness. action and when thero in correct If Killi!o cut alfalfa when thero Is thought right action will follow. Tow er Is In the bands of tlio masses ot no molaturn on It to itie form or lien OutilJo tnoUturo Is much men. What oppresses Ihe tunsses Is. or ruin. their own Ignorance, their own short-- ( harder to get tld of tlwn Inside sap. and vhrti pruscot It shII-- tho luy sighted seliHhness. llcury George. being put up treeu iiultker than iWen, Grave Defect In Military System. Uurhii our Moxlcnn war under (ien Wlnfli'lcl IScott 101,000 troil were em ployed, nnd only 1,000 of this numbe were of tho militia. Scott wna imp e l.1 -lii per-Mn- s 312-13 1 ' me-rel- e 0 J.IAIUvSijURY Ld Clatk sold to V RHluttou a pair of mules for 8"5. Mrs. Cunningham was called to Sal-viby the illness of her siitcr. Mrsl'outof Paint Lick spent the weik erd with Mrs John Doty. Mrs Iljle horn bus sold 53K1 worth of butter, tt nether witli u little umden stuir. since the first of .Hnuiiiv. Mrs Frank HiBRins has returned fn m Crab Orchard where the has been with her Bister who has been quite ill. Mrs Puuline Ilurdette of P.urEin who is the jjuast of her fistcr Mia Herbett Ilrooks spent Monday with relatives e Sfe j j a LIME, BRICK, SAND, CEMENT, FIRE BRICK, FIRE BACKS, GRATES ROOFING, ROOFING NAILS, HINGES AND LOCKS, SEWER TILE, Q & here. Mr and Mrs Miles of Iluckee were hero recently the uuotU uf Mr and iMrs Harvey Dean ui.il tttttidtd tevivul nr-vic- FIELD SEEDS. ALL KINDS. S at the Fork. Mr ami Mrs IM Clark, Misceu Nell G and Estello Clark motored to Lancaster O Sunday nlRht to attend the revival services at the Uaptist church. Mr and Mm Carl Curtis aro receiving concratulations over tho arrivul of a son. Mrs Curtis was formerly Miss ! 0 0 o 0 .Orchard Crass a specialty and is worth your while to inquire Info its value. One of our farmer friends netted $35.00 p:r acre from this ijrass and had early nnd late ijrazinf,, not valued. FURNITURE-MO- ST t)t'iHl)CHii4, leuwever, by the custoi of short (ulUlluviits, uud Ihe total ub some of system peiiulidnt; thereio The csHanutnder letruiil 011 rtiohlti.' Pueblo thut Mtvwi jt U elvvui regi liieiiti had deeidwl to terminate tlulr sirvlces nt the end of the yenr, problem that wus only soiled by He luck of vitality of the Mexlnm forevi Jefferson "School ivri w. 'J uta ' ' o "i I lleulah Sutton of this community. W. Muhnn has just clot id a mtetint; with Ids church ut this luce, assisted by Hev. V, K. Hunter of Sum-er- t. One of the atronst series of sermons tlmt has bsien uresclied ljre for Ioiik time were deliveretl by Kv. Hunter. in lb (MMt few days, which were mostly doctiinal. The ebureh at large was much pleased wilh the choice made by the pastor ami Mr Hunter nudi msnj worm fiwntls iluiiotf bia sh.trt stay with us. As a result of the (Itev. J. e o 0 ANY KIND YOU WISH AND PRICES RIGHT. 6k We feel sure you nrc in need of something we have to sell, so rente to ecc vs i nd let us talk with you regarding your wants. 9 s "mi JL JL .ervey Paint L,ick9 j.t.Vt j lit l. t 11 f,ti t riat IbuauwiUIi,! u rw w fru tm mas i rillOTT fLVlEfaKER, Ste'y, LttuUt, Ij. seven candidates for baptism, width were baptisxed in Mr I sums. ioi)d in the presence of a large crowd, Surdny afternoon. ineettiiK 1 w" received by It tier and o Woods Kentucky. & Q The Central Record, Thursday Oct 26 I9ld I We Are Glad to announce that wc have taken over and are operating the garage occupied by J. W. Mitchell. Facts and figures show that in order to sell goods at Rock Bottom Prices we must get the money. Our terms on garage supplies are 30 days, with the exception of tires and tubes. These we will sell for strictly cash. Wc handle three or four of the leadidg brands Kelly-SprinSilverton Cord, United States, Etc. The Kelly- Springfield is the highest priced tire ever sold on the American Market and carries with it a guarantee of 5,000 miles on smooth tread and 6,000 mlled on can't slip tread, on all cars except the Ford which carries a guarantee of 6,000 miles on plain tread and 7,500 on can't slip. Statistics show that they produce more miles per dollar than any other tire on the market today. g, Auto Repairing. We do Auto Repairing. Painting, Trimming, Wood Work, Weld your Springs, and even do your Auto Blacksmithing J 2 f I ARNOLD'S R. M. ARNOLD, Manager. GARAGE Cam-bell Ford Parts. Just received a full stock. We will be glad to sell you and place them on your car. Give us a trial. Danville, Kentucky. SILO. 5 - Wliat would lie give Like a million other women, you can serve coffee that he would Rive most anything to have coffee which starts the day "ritfht" for all. for the coffee you serve? One woman says: "My husband used to swallow his coffee and hurry off. Now we have Arbuckles' and you'd think it was Sunday the way helingers over his breakfast." Until you try Arbuckles' you will never know what a difference Rood coffee can make in yoyr home. Everyone loves the rich flavor of Arbuckles' Coffee. Of nil the coffees in America today, it is by far the most popular I Today there arc whole towns where Arbuckles is practically the only coffee used. In one State, alone, in n year, four pounds of Arbuckles' Coffee was used for every man, woman and child in the State four times as many pounds of coffee as the population of the State! ArbuckleBros., New York. Diaw for A Check t le money youovc anil note liow much more respectfully your creditors yon They like to do businuss with n man who hns tin account nt t lie Garrard Bank & Trust Go. They know lie is iloiiiR business in a butdress like way. Keller open such an account even if your alTairs are not !ari;e. Thev will Rrow all riRht. The Garrard Bank GUNNS CHAPEL. &. Trust Company I'AINT LICK Hay Kstridge, Temperature Never High Except en Ora Kstriditc the Surface. motored to Richmond Wednesday. C. II. KcUles, Missouri elation.) Every 0110 who lias used n silo has Miss Jennie Hinuins, who was injured beby buggv lieinj; overturned about observed tli.it at times the silage hot This Is generally noticed ten days ngo and win) has been confined comes surface during mild weather as on the to her bed at the residence of Mr. when the slhigo Is being fed 111 rather Thomas Slavin, h.is recovered sullicient-l- small quantities. Many have supposed t .. to be taken home. Hint tlic entire muss of silage becomes PRUNE TREES IN THE FALL. very hot and that a certain amount of Miss Nellie llignint. youngest daugh heat Is necessary to preserve It. Agents ter of Mr. Jerry lliKRins, died on Mon- ot various types of silos hare nlv When the Leaves Have Fallen Is Best Time For Operation. day afternoon, at her home near here taken advantage of the lack of general I O. Ilerron, Oklahoma station. after an illness of two weeks. The Information on this subject to mako -- It ,. I, .nFA t 11,... iuu If in.ll III! liu I -- .. uuiu luiii-- fmm news came as a shock to the commuclaims for or against certain types of silo on the ground that the tempera-tur- o nity at large, for while it was known of the sllnge Is Influenced by the Ill the fall Is the tlma for pruning she wus seriously ill it was not thought There H no way of absolutely control that the end was so near. She was a particular construction. ling sprouting after pruning. Toe Tho Missouri experiment station demember of I'aint I.ick Presbyterian cided two years ago to get tho facts. more severely you prune the more church and rarely missed a service in Electric thermometers vterc placed In likely you will be to hnvc sprouts, for God's house. She is survived by her silos to take tho temperature. A bulb the trees have stored up a quantity of father, four sisters and a brother to was placed In the silo during tilling at rood ana nrc going to make use or it whom go out the heart-fel- t sympathy nuy point where It was desirable to some pl.nre If n large part of the old of the community in their Rreat sorrow. tnke the temperature. This bulb bad Services were conducted by Iiev. V. M. wires leading to the outside of the silo hldridge on Tuesdav afternoon at half so tho temperature could bo token J any time with nn electrical devlco after two o'clock and the body was laid Temperature readings at were taken to rest in I'aint I.ick Cemetery. near the center of the silage mass nml at tho wall at frequent Intervals during t wo seasons In from eight to ten Buckeye. silos. Including stave. Iron, tile, Gurlcr and concrete. It was found that the temperature In It. W. Sanders was in Richmond last the depth of the sllnge Is never blgh week. as Is so often thought. After Ailing A. C. Miles had a very fine horse to the temperature rises from 5 to 10 do Srees the tint few days and then slowdie Tuesdav of list week. ly declines during the rail ond winter Mr Hiram Kay and family visited Mr until It reaches the lowest point, nliout 40 degrees. In March. In good silage and Mrs Forest Curtis, Monday. the temperature seldom goes more than Mr Otis Hay llogie was at home from a few degrees. If nny, nboie HX V the K. E. S. Normal for the week-enand may not go above 00. The only blgh tcracratures found are nt the Mr J. I'. I'rather has returned from when the sir comes In cntitatt a visit to his daURhter, Mrs Jim Stapp, surfaco with silage. Furthermore, a tempera at LexinRton. ture much aliove 100 meant Kiss of Mrs Nora Teater has been ependinR silage, as some of the material Is be tn make beat 'a few days with friends at Lancaster lug actually burned temper::! the some 1 ritCNEO THEE. Mold will ralo the lire and Kryantsville. Com put In the silo In a mature coudi nood has been cut off the part that j Mr and Mrs Hubert Carter were Hon develop- more beat than that put remains will probably make a stronger 111 green. No relation nns found be- growth than It would had all the o:d I RUests of Mr and Mrs J. II. Dean at tween the material ucd In the con- wood remained. Still thero Is always Kryantsville, Sunday. struction of the silo and the tempera n tendency for a pruned tree to have Mr and Mrs Willie Klakeman and son ture of tho fcllago. Practically no dlf sprouts. Some varieties arc much of Lexington have been visitiiiR Mrs N fcrcncc In the freezing of the silage worse than others in this respect If on the wall was observed with tho very s of having the trunks of KoRie and other relatives here. different kinds of silos. the trees smooth and without branches Mrs Mai Carter entertained "at din the only thing to do Is to rub the young Rack For Sunning Milk Cans. ner" Wednesday, those present were sprouts off continually whllo they are Cleanliness Is a very vital factor In young. Mesdames I.uther Kaney, MeadTeater, After an orchard Is established, sevNathan KoRie, Misses Evaree Carter, tho successful production of milk. Tho I.elia Teater, and Mr and Mrs Willie Illustration shows n sliupto sunning eral things arc necessary In order to rack for mllU cans mid utensils. Any keep It in good shape and to keep It Klakemuii and son of LexinRton. farmer can quickly construct this rack. bearing profitably. Thorough and perAll you need Is a few 2 by I and 1 sistent cultivation, regular pruning and by 4. Tho framework Is of " by 4 and spraying and thinning of the fruit In tho braces arc 1 by 1. The cut shows rase of large crops are all essential, nn end view and tho length will de- - The cultivation should start Just as i bj early In the spring us possible, mid continue until the last of September Tho disk harrow nnd other harrows arc the best orchard cultivators. If these aro used carefully It will not bo necessary to turn the ground with n plow very often. viiiting her sister Miss unci other relatives Mrs. A. II. Kstndgo, Misses I'tlierna nml Nanrie rear here. HEAT IN THE IH 1 1 1 I 1 1 II 1 11-- 1 -I ! LOOKS I LIKE HE'S GOING TO WALK hr Farm and Garden 1; -- fi5 HIM. TTnTrTlTrrTiTrnTrTrr , Slip Jf Orr In Nashville Teneeseean. I I (!) ID REX Coming I ! Wednesday I I I I I 1 (!) I ! ! V' November 1 Continuous Performance from 2:30 to 5; 7iol 1 i I ! V y inn 1 CLEAN T UP YOUR GARDEN. IF ACCIDENTtm , SICKNESS Mr. Otis Hay KoRie spent the wtek I'rof Lutes was u recent visitor in end with his mother and Rrandpnrents. Cincinnati. SHOULD SUDDENLY STRIKE HOW FAR IS THE DOCTOR ? ?? Miss Elizabeth Keasley visited tliei Miss Hazel Calico spent Monduy nlRht with her aunts Misses '.ala and Mattie home folks recently, Calico. Mr. (J. M. TreadwHy sent tho great-e- r part of last week in Louisville. Mr. and Mrs. Talton May and children spent Sunday with Mr. Irvine Simpson Miss Lucy Williams was the Ruest of and family. Mrs. Kdd Williums the past week. Mr. Otis Dailey hus returned from Mr. Frank Kalston was a recent Cincinnati where ho lias been workinR I visitor bi Louisville and Cincinnati. in factory. Messrs. Sam Campbell und It. N. Mr. Irvine Simpson lias rented and Keaslev spent Saturday in Hichmond. will soon occupy the residence of Mr. Mr. and Mra. Tom IjRsdon were in Simpson. Dock Richmond for Roosevelt's tipetcb on Mr. aril Mrs. Dock Simpson of Hich-menWednesday, last week on a business were here Mis. (irace Kuykendull and children and pleasure trip. were week end RUests of Mr. and Mrs. Davis and Thompson Mr. and Mrs. Win Gafney. daughters were RUests of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Walker of Lancaster Ed Dailey Sunday, were the RUests of relatives in this Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Culico visited vicinity the past week. Mr. Forest Calico and family ut Saturday and Sunday. Miss Cecil Howling of Kryantsville, Mrs. John Land and nieces Misses was the Ruest of Miss Mattie Woods Myrtle and Christine Dnvis spent Tues- from Wednesday until Monday, day with Mra. Mary Simpson near Nina The supper given Friday evening by Misi Lena Hollon was the guest of the N'ckel Club was well attended. Mrs. Otto Simpson atidMlss Juanita The proceeds amounted to $1.00 Simpson at Teatersvllle Wednesday Mrs. Walter Khodis of Illinois is night. your home he is in the next room. This means prompt assistance, relief from pain, 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. you-priccless.) witli a telepnone in BASTIN TELEPHONE COMPANY1 and have a representative call and tell you how little it costs to have a telephone in "your, house. Western Electrfv TELEPHONES, guarantee youbeirwrvlt Weeds Rob Crops of Food and Much Needed Moisture. J. S Gardner, Missouri station.) If the weeds halo nourished In your garden or In parts of It, mow them down. If they have not gone to seed teud on the manlier of cans mid uttii they can be plowed under later to help slU to bn Hiiiined. Tho rack should be apply, but in a the udjustablo to the dliect rityn of the outthey etablethey mire you removed should lo have sun. This Is accomplished by tho use If from thcgurdeii and thrown on tho com of an Iron bolt In bccurbig the borl post heap. Composting kills weed need zontul pieces at their lutertectlon, with things to have the tipilght 2 by 4 forming the liedes In Weeds are cxpenslto else: they rob gardens or anywhere tal Tor clean milk cans, wash first garden crops of food and moisture, til cold water, then kteaiu (or scald. If many steam Is not available), then uso tho kinds of them are natural food for all of Insects, which, when they Progress. lun rack. bavo devoured the cuolco parts of weeds, attack adjacent garden crops. Weeds may also support plant diseases that would otherwUo die, aud they In Power of Speech. Tho power of speecli may bo re- duce mildews und rusts by reducing stored, or Improved, sometimes by a air and sunlight around the garden surgical operation, or other menus, pro- plants. These weeds are now going to vided tho organs of speech are Intact ; seed and winter winds will Jar that hut wtire lk v lilrth. nr illut-ujgitr ncrl. seed out, and tho chances for a heavy dour, the orguns ure lucking, or uro stand of weeds ncit sprtue will be too rar destroyed, mere is no remedy. quite good. Other good things to remove now, and as the later crops mature, are the crop remnants, especially If thero has Proper Indignation. An old couplu hail come up to Lon- beeu disease or Insect tufestatlon III don on u khort holiday, and while Dead stalks are wintering places for looking round one day they saw over diseases and Injects. Stalks removed bad best be burned, u thop u sign which reud: "Johnson's Shirt Store." "Well, I declare I" though If a compost pile U uindo tho "I wonder who Insect Infested stalks may be thrown suld the old lady. tore It, ami what do they wunt to tell on It, Disease upores survive the com people about It for? Cuu't bis wife posting temperature. Hurtling U safest mend Ut" London Mall. I I (!) MOTHERS! DO ,YOU LOVE YOUR DAUGHTERS? COURSE YOU DO. THEN BRING THEM TO SEE OF I III I 9 I 1 V (!) UTILE I I I I 61 f (!) IE Everybody declares it's great. This startling expose of vice condition is based upon the report of the Illinois Vice Commission. Cost includes Vice President Marshall, Gov. Dunne, Lieut. Governor O'Hara, Champ Clark nnd others notable. Every man and vomai should see this great play. I I. s i I I i i I I hi V ALL SEATS 25 CENTS 1 No Children Under Sixteen Admitted, I The Central Record, Thursday Oct 26, 1916 The Central Record incorporated, issued Weekly. $1.00 CAMPAIGN Headquarters For Women Opened At A GREAT OCCASION. a yeah. Seelbach, Louisville. 1010. October 17, R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor nntl Mtfr, Editor The Record: Lancaster, Sir: Knttrtd t J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Ky-De- Democracy certainly had full course and was glorified at Louisville the other night when that great trio of orators, Congressmen, Carter Glass of Virginia, J. Thomas llcflln ot Alabama, and our own Senator, Olhe M, James, spoke SAYS OVEREATING News BANKRUPTS MANY Physical Insolvency Awaits For Those Who Abuse Stomachs, Of The Churcues. Please announce In n conspicuous place In your paper that the women have opened Democratic Headquarters Member Kentucky Press Association in Louisville nt the Seelbach Hotel, nil where they will gladly welcome their friends. Eifjfilh District Publishers Lvalue. They hope and pray for tho sake of peace and preventing the unnecessary Lancaster, Kj., October 26, 191G bloodshed of our boys, that a Woodrow Wilson Women's League be organized Rates For Political Announcements In your county. Send the names as soon as possible For Precinct and Cltv Oltites . . .$ G.Ofl lll.OO into Headquarters. Our time Is limit'or County Offices tor Stat? and District Offices.... IT.. Ml ed, we urge haste. We heartily wel10 come all encouraging Utters nml callers. For Calls, per line Yours for continued peace and pros10 For Cards, per line tha Vott Omr In Ijuicsitrr, Pifnii'l C1M Mull Mstirr K,., For all publications in the interest of Individuals or expression of individual views, per line Obituaries, per line perity, Mrs. Hordie II. Rippy, 10 Chairman. 05 DRIVING THE GERMANS From The Support Of Hughes. Democratic Ticket. For President WOODKOW WILSON, of New Jersey. For Vice President THOMAS II. MARSHALL of Indinnn. FOR CONGRESS. HARVEY HELM, ot STANFORD. KY We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Hicuins n candidate for County School Superintendent of Garrard County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary August 1917. While Candidate Hughes is using the soft pedal in his effort to hold the support ot the Germans, Roosevelt is driv-- it away by his violent abuse of them, and a change of sentiment is observed all over the country. The hyphenates had made the impression on the loyal Germans that Wilson is unfriendly to them, but they arc finding out their mistake and will vote for him. Letters from the State Campaign headquarters from the German strongholds in the state indicate this, and show that in Kentucky nt least, there are very few dialoMil Germans. The Cincinnati Post is authority for the statement that the leaders in that city had Roosevelt's car switched so that he could not address the crowd that had gathered for fear his blood and thunder utterances would play smash with the vote in that German stronghold, and then laid the fault on these railroads, from the same rostrum, and recounted the achievements of the Wilsnn administration. Gov. W. 1. Thome and Swagger Sherley also made short addresses and ndded to tho enthusiasm of tho vast assemblage. Mr, Glass Is unnirman ot the House Committee on banking nml currency, and is also Secretary of the Democratic National Committee. He It the author of that great piece of constructive legislation. the redernl Reserve Act, though with becoming modesty he gave the Presi dent, whom he characterized as tho guiding genius, the principal credit for law. His speech was mainly explann tory of the law, which has accomplish ed the results sought, that of taking the control of the money market out of the hands of Wall street nnd making It practlcnlly impossible for It to throw the country into devastating panic. He took some severe raps at Mr. Hughes for trying to discredit the law. and said, if he Is electeJ, the probability is tnat Us most effective feature of regional banks, would be made to give way to Wall Street's desire Mr a certral bank. Mr. Hughes policy of evasion and criticism was also scored, and Mr. Glass closed with n powerful appeal for the of Wilson and the man who had given him such faithfu laid, as Con of Winchester, Kv, II. will preach at Scotts Fork next Sunday morning nnd night. Let nil who car, come out to hear this great man. C. Shoulders Northern and Home grown seed Rye, Hudson, Hughes & Farnnu. I 111 I I i I Under New Management. MONDAY, OCT. 30th, AIT REX ATCH PERFECT III I!) I I ID STILL MEALS SHOULD PAY DIVIDENDS A PRIME FAVORITE.! gressmnn Sherley. Senator James' speech was, like all his efforts, a splendid one, while those of Governor Thorne and Congressman Heflin, interspersed, as they were, with pointed stories and jokes, kept the crowd, which tilled the theatre from pit to dome, in the greatest good humor. If anyone thinks thot the fifth district is going to heed the pleas of Hughes and Roosevelt, he has another think coming. It is going to give the largest Democratic majority for years. TRUTH STRANGER STATE EDITOR'S MIDWINTER EXTENSIVE WILL BE IM- We are authorized to announce J. O. PROGRAMME Bogie, as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for County Court "UNSELFISH SERVICE" Clerk, primary to be held August 1917. PORTANT THAN FICTION. TOPIC. authorized to announce Jeptha Onstott a candidate for the Conference On New Conditions With Local democratic nomination forCounty Court Club. Clerk, subject to the action of the priSpeakers Are Numerous. mary, August 1917. A programme of "Unselfish Service" We are authorizsd to announce E. B. was arranged by the Executive ComRay as a candidate for the Democratic mittee of the Kentucky Press AssociaFriday nomination for Assessor of Garrard tion in session at The Seelbach county, subject to the action of the for the midwinter press meeting, to be held in Louisville Thursday and Friday Primary, August, 1917. of Christmas week. It was unanimously decided by the The While Flag. members present, Messrs. R. L. Elkin, The Republican National Committee of Lancaster; J. Nail LaRue, Franklin; and must be preparing to concede the elec- J. Curtis Alcock, JelTersontown, tion of Mr. Wilson, if the table pub- Ben Cozine, of Shelby ville, thit the lished as coming from it, ns tho result entire session should be devoted to of a reuort made by its campaign tour hearing discussions of what the editor i.rnnnv ,'l.. fnr hi, St.,!- - .i m manager. Charles W. Farnham, means community, aside from publicity. After anything, says the New York Times. It is u table of the Hughes States and adjournment of the midwinter meetincr the doubtful States. This table is said a conference will be held with the Hen Jo be based on the polls taken in the KranMin Club of Louisville on business various Slates, the private figures sup- matters, especially on account of many plied to State Committees, and the problems which have arisen since the estimates of State leaders. In the lust meeting, notably the excessive column headed "Sure for Hughes" is cost of white paper. The convention will be called to order includrd Ohio, which is notoriously doubtful and inclined to Wilson. Ohio at 1:30 o'clock by President John U. has 21 votes, and the table gives Hugh- Gaines, and an invocation will be proes only 300 altogether, or 31 more than nounced by the Rev. Dr. David M. a majority. Washington, with 7 votes; Sweets, Mayor John H. Iluschemeyer Wisconsin, with 13, and Delaware, with has been invited to deliver an address a, are also inciuueu, though they are of welcome, to which a response will be made by Woodson May of Somerset. nil doubtful. Hut when wo turn in this official list The relation of the editor to independnt to the "doubtful" States the admissions politics, to community development to ore amazing. In this doubtful list the civic achievement and high ideals will Republican tour managr concedes the be outlined in the keynote speech by II votes of New Jersey, the 7 vote of Thomas W. Thomas of Iloivling Green, Connecticut, the 8 votes of Nebraska, former president of th Kentucky liar the 8 vote of West Virginia. If the Association, whose subject will be "The Reiwblicans do not carry New Jertey Fourth Kstute." Mrs. Desha tlreckin-ridgof Lexington, has been invited and Connecticut, what reasonable expectation have they of cairj ing New to deliver an address on the subject of YorK.' nut. in Its craze for candor, its "Making Our Women Folk Happier," appetite for admission, the official list in which the newspaper men of the leave nothing to tho imagination. It State will be asked to lead theircomtnu-nitie- s in a general movement and in is not content with a mere list of doubt till SUite, but them into which the subject of "Women Suffrage, 'prabaW' and "nowiM Ilughas will be carefully evaded. Suite; and in the list of States uhi h The vi.itorii will bo the guests of the are only "postiblu" it yokes toa,ethr Louisville Convention and Publicity Maryland and Kentucky, Oklahoma and League at a dinner Thursday evening In other words, It admits and later a theater parly. Mlwouti. that tho lieHiblicaiui have no muie The newiMper oditur in i elation to cbaiwo in Maryland than they have in the material development of Kentucky Kentucky, no more chance In the half- - will bt diacuited in two paper-- ) Friday hyphenated .Mute or ,"ilsouii than in morning. Dr. Fred Mutchler, head of the intellectually Southern State of the Kentucky Experiment Station ExQhlalwma. Now Jersoy and Connteti- - tension Department of Lexington, will eut doubtf ul. Nebraska and West Vir- 8Bk on "Agricultural Opportunities" ginia only probable, Maryland only and to Denny It. Ooode has been assignlaible!! On what day next week d es ed the subject of "Industrial OpportuNational Committee in nities." llishop Charles K. Woodcock the lUpuuli'-atorn! to cluse its doors. dibnndit office has been naked to give, tho closing Stuff, concede the election of Mr. Wil- uddreas on the subject of "Personal son, and adjourn? As It K'tma to have Servie." After adjournment of tlio convention things, made up its mind to do tho session will be held Friday a whir wait? afternoon uud shop talk will bo restrict ed to this suasion, As far us known this Is th first instance of a trade or- HELP ELECT WILSON Kamiation devoting an entire cih inciuVnUl to venthwi Mseion to so unselfish a topic Tim ((lilimate xpA u campaign will run up to imvrl hun- aa the personal service that they can dred dollars ' this cunty and we know render their communities without of reward in any form Courtht lbr w many good Democrat in Uuinad county who wlh to contribute ier Journal. of President WiUon U the Mai Unist in H financial way toward AMBITIOUS YOUNG th vhmm. Van ar urged and ir.. vllwi to rontrwaU to Ink fund and MEN AND WOMEN. thoe dattrinsT tu aid us In thi wk Read advertisement of tho Wilbur It, can loave gr mail thir totilnbution u Mr. G. (2. WalUr, vrka Usf been Smith llutiness College, Lexington Kv, ignutnd us Treasurer for this fund. which has educated 20,000 young men R. 1. LlKin, I liuirinun. and womtn for success. We are rn The oft repeated phrase, "truth is stranger than fiction" is frequently verified in our daily lives, for many things happen in real life that llavor of romance, yet are verily true. In substantiation of this, n case might be recited that happened a few months ago in an adjoining county, and which has never been made public in print before. The fatter of n young business man was at the time acting in the capacity of sheriir of his county, and being instructed to deliver a man who had been adjudged insane, to the authorities of a near-basylum, the father commissioned the son to take possession of the individual and convey him to the keep ers of the house of persons of unsound and impaired minds. The deputy enarge anu was tu0n s!wtJiK on iowa" '"1" nome of Re- unfortunate brother. y William Jennings llrynu has again demonstrated the stronghold he has on KOK OPENING .111.1.. Kentucky Democrats. He Hashed thru t) Tanlac Health Expert Chats In Novel the state and at eveiy stop was greeted Way of Bodily Problems and De- by ovations; and he made speeches that scribes New Treatment Which Has will tell on election day. As n Cam(!) Proved Tremendous Success Every- paigner, the Nelirnski.n has them all where Introduced "Tired Feeling" skinned. No Joke. Optimistic Thought. "Aro your meals pa) Ing you diviA Tlicuirr IjiiiiwUt Can Point To Willi Prlilc. Revere Ilio pnt; but remember that dends?" we cannot live In It. GO. "Or arc they plunging you Into COME n physical bankruptcy?" Optimistic Thought. These were novel questions the Tan The morn powerful the obstacle the lac hcaltit expert recently asked, II more glory In overcoming It. continued: "livery meal )ou eat should glva Optimistic Thought you more than mero satisfaction of I'lisllme Is the mind's relief guard our nunger. It should mid to your from tho enres of life. supply of blood, bone nnd muscle. It should gUc you more strength, more Silence Sometimes Wisdom. vlcor. more vitality to enrry you pleasIncorporated. Silence at the proper noiihui Is wisantly and profitably through life. dom, uud better than any speech. "Tired reeling" No Joke. "You will notice that some people Plutarch. never get plrmp. No mattor how All much or liuw llltlu they eat. they reChesterfield's Advice. main scrawny and tiiln. They are Wear your learning like jour watch. weak, nneuilc. easily exhausted, nnd In a private xeket . and do not pull atlllrtrd with 'that tired feeling,' which It out and strike ti merely to show Plioius :)3'J--- III All Orlrru Krei"o Prompt AiloiiUuii nr 8M. Is no JoKe, but n symptom of dancer-oil- s lluit ynll have one.- - 'helerl!eld. Illness on the way. Such people are seldom inppy. They arc always Blueprints That Will Not Fade. weary, and often nervous and Irritable. To keep blueprints from failing when "They don't deep well. Tin Ir ktom-sc- eiHiseil to htrimg light, vvusli them In Is a sonrco of .constant distress clenr wuter until all the emulsion Is and discomfort. Ilrl'hlng and bloatremoved ; then place the wet print, ing front gas, headaches, dizziness. In right side up. on n smooth surface. digestion. dvspepsln, pains In the pernx-biback, and otiier ailments keep them With n palntbrn-l- i inver It with of hjdrogen. Tills liilenllles the almost constantly mlseraldo. blue background mid brings out the Tanlac Great Success. print miiKInc "Tanlac tho new tonic which has white lluett unge. STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. been having such wonderful success that will not file uiiiler hard lierbillsby ch'Ck 1. Pay vour bills by check, ami have vour wile n everywhere It has been Introduced, Is Popular .Mechanic .Musaisllie. 2, designed to relieve disorders vvhUh Sever lend an ri.r to "(iet Uuh ljuick ' s lumes II Opium. Eatlno an Old Vice. have their origin In a run down condiI" rol be Imphsiard about it. Follow some system in savine Opluiii tnkln.'. or opium ii.ilng, ! tion of tho digestive and assimilative oal le pn rs 4 Rent a safe d iwslt box for ' uir organs Its success as a reconstrucery old vice. n Without liarktiu-hacdate si rvi.i we olTer. f Make free ue of the tive tonic, appetizer, lnvlcornnt and to Its use In Ihose Union vvlihli giving them an allowance, ti. Teach the child the value t timer revltallzer depends In large part upon an many writers uud speakers ri fer u T. Meet vour friends at this bin k fur trm si ting important business Its having aided digestion and pro- as classic time. It Is Interesting i" II moted assimilation, so that food taken recall that III the time uf Thomas I'e Into the system becomes n benefit. Qulnecy the opium habit was ejtri. When tho stomach and other digestive id vo In Rngland that Is, It was ex oreans are In good condition, the tensive If the word of Ie (Julncey, who k OF laAM'ASTKU. KY. t foundation of health has been laid " should have hud an Intimate knowledge S J J WALKF.lt, Vice Prest R. F. HUDSON. President j of tds milijcct, be taken at Us face 8 Jul: J. VYAI.XKH, Jit.. W. O. I'.IC.SKY. Ass't t'ash'r value, nnd most men nre certainly willTanlac is being introduced in Lan ing to accept that writer's word nil this W. F. fHAMP. t ashler caster at R. E. McRoberts. subject. Tanlac may be obtaired In the nearby cities. Paint Lick, J. N. Metcalf; Decker & Ballard; Little Hickman, Collier and Ilruner; Uerra, S. E. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug Store; Junction City, Reynolds and Evans; Richmond. II. I.. Perry Son; Crab Orchard, I.yne Hros ; Ilurgin, G. T. School field; Danville, John S. Wells, Lancaster. R. E. McRoberts, and W. C West. Silver Creek. I I I I I I I WHERE THE GO'S Jacob SchuIzCompany Fine Cut Flowers For Occasions. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. Capital $50,000. Surplus $50.000. 11 v . lip-t- ti- e Citizens National Bank rre reac:'inK j i s Tho extreme high cost of paper on which we print The Record, with an advance of over UPO per cent., has deprived us of any profit on tho subsnip tion price, we therefore find it absolute ly necessary to collect nil subsriiptions Look at the datu on jour In advance. COST OF NEWSPRINT PAPER label ur.d if your time has expired please favor us at once with a piompt Owners of some twelve or fourteen remittance. Many newspaper aro adCentral Kentucky newnpupora met in vancing tho price of subscription and I exlnglon Friday to discuss the gieat as wo have not done this, our subscarcity and high cost of white paper. scribers should shavv their appreciation These nowspajwr men are tiday pay- by remitting at onco. ing from five to seven cents a pound for blank paper. A year ago they were LAND AND LIVE buying it for less than two uud it half Cents u pound. The question now is not STOCK SALE. so much u matter of price, as it is The lami, live stock nnd iii.ptemer t getting the paper at all. the ndverii -TI10 newinrint iifiner kiltllatlon la mi ale if G. R. Swim-broaextreneIv Mr9U ,lmn ( nHy p,,,,, o( ment of whuh has been rm nig in tl. s lle mln; it is believed, .mull now,. p4i er lor the past three vvi k- -. I 1 japere may b compelled to mm(wi1 fan' t be one of the larv. ' sh . - In 1 biication. Thoae who are able to recently in tW or adjourn it en i in . s WBa.iu,r tli atorin will do no t tremen. Mr. Swmeurbid tells U thai .' v' n dous of this land will atmolulelj t TIm shortage in iMtper is due tocauae that the farm of JWU acres w. growing largely out of the condition The aov in-w- ent fur I he year 1917. brought about bv the war in Kurie. appear in this issuu and ti nn It is likely to lust fur n yttar yet, altlm sal- - will lake plaee next it is not believed that the prleeof news- ing. Dinner on the groui d ai.d Hur print paper will ever again be as low as Will be served bountifully. it was up to the ipritig of HUG. In tho meantime will either and visit Be have to increase subwriptlon unci ad Woman's Shop vertisitig rates or greatly riduco tho (jo to Danville. size of their product. ma" secured the rl"""u' from the officer and quietly placed them in his l ocket. On arriving at the asylum he advanced and presented the papers to the superiiitnndent. stating that he was the deputy sheriff from the county in question and had brought this man for safe keeping, stating that he was very dangerous and should be carefully watched and no attention paid to his pleas to be paroled, or given any latitude of the institution. The deputy protested in vain that he was not the man. that it was the "other fellow". Hut this did not work, and in conse-- i quence the deputy was locked up and the insane man was allowed to go fieu. He returned to his home in u few hours to the surprise of his many ncqunin- tances. The sheriir was nolitiid and was soon on his way to the asylum to securu the release of his sor which he was only able to effect with considerable dillicultvThe insane man was subsequently and taken to thy asylum tor treatment. Tills has ever been a fighting offence with the aforesaid deputy, when the subject is mentioned, ami in his home town, even to this present time, few ol his mo9t intimate friends will dare ic call the time when he acted in the capacity of deputy sheriir and was IocIuhI up for a day and night in a cell in the detention department of the asylum of his state. "'J''" 'he "cm Lime in sacks nnd barrel", sand, cement, brick, rock screenings, elc. Hudson. Hughes & Furnau. REAL ESTATE SALES. P. T. Urown sold his farm of M) acres, 3 miles from Lancaster on the New Danville pike tu Price Ilourne for $100 per acre. Possession at once. J. E. Ncviui sold his residence prop erty on Lexington Street to R. L Hagnn for 41)0. Hoth of these sales were made l . G. H. Swinebroad. the R. al te F. A. OGDEN LEASES REX. F. A. Ogden of New York, closed n ny when hv lie lenses contract on the Rex Theatre fur a long teim. Mr. Ogden is an expei t in tux line Imvn g managed some of the big houses around New York. At present he has mo Mr. Ogden H a houses at Wir.rlie-.ter- . musician of some nute end intends to give Lancaster besides the very best in photo plays, music equal to any city in 1 the country. Seveial improvements Hre contemplated nt the Re.x in the near future; LET US HEAR FROM YOU Saturday, I ;AV8iiii)8r AT TWO 11th, O'CLOCK. sell to the highest and best bidder, the residence now occupied by G. C. Rose, on Lexington street. This property will best resident district in the city and within same square of Graded is located in the School building. THE LOT IS 941 FEET FRONTAGE AND FEET DEEP. The house Is strictly modern, practically new, with every convenience and constructed of the very best material. TEKMS of sale: cash, January 1st. 1917, when deed will be made and possession given. Notes bearing six per cent interest payable In one and two years will be taken for the balance. Those desiring to look at property before sale will be shown upon request. Sale to take place at residence. One-third IS 426 ct. !! rs Susan Fisher. Lancaster, Ky. !wper sure the when you' The Central Record, Thursday Oct 26 i9lb OF OUR STYLES ?- - 1 M Viewing Styles Trend Through our New Models in II- ANY -- fA i I COAT AID SUBTS the sun 2V you select in Silk or Wool Dress Fabric will satisfy you. In planning your is like looking at All through a smoked glass. real beauty and brilliance without the glare and frcakness that hurt the eyes of culture of good taste. Wont ycu come in and view Fashions fairest, through JOSEPHS "smoked glass?" The One Price Store. r V V AFTERNOON OR EVENING DRESS call and let us suggest to you by showing you our J. & K. complete line of Woolens and Silks. Shoes Fit We ARCH. .The JoseDfr Gossip About People v?sN ISril Mmtlon of tht Comings inJ Goirgi by Thou Vt Arc inlirriltd In. A Mercantile Ho-t- Co. Where Quality Is King. J. R. Mount & Co., Solicits Your Trade We carry a full lino of ilnrilwato. Stoves, Saddles, Karnes. Implements, Ktc. We proo.c to dell you the best goods made and lit u very small profit. For Instance why nv ICtX) or $"0.fKj for a Maiable llange when we will We have Bulges from I'JiUXl to fo(.00. prnmrtion. We handle the Soli You as Good a Malable Range for $50. Cook unit Healing Stovrti in same The very beat line of Stoves anil Implements on the market. Just received n car load of American Fence. The Best Woven Wire Fence Made Give us a call ami part of your trade John Deer Wagons and Farming Implements Oliver and Syracuse Plows. Miss Maggie Ilrowii is visiting friends in I'nint Lick and Richmond. Mis Edna Kavannugh is at home for the Walker-Burto- n J. R. MOUNT The Sqiinri Deal & CO. ' wedding. Hoiim- The Chautauqua Circle held its last meeting will. Mrs. T.J. Price. Mr. Cyrus Daly spent last week in I.extiiRton visilinR her sister. Mrs. M. M. Miller. Mrs. It. I). Illanton of Eminence her imrents, Mr. ami Mrs. W" l:i,"ort'- is "Shield Brand" Clothes made iiK.nr l'Kici i) J. Mr. J. A. Swope of Lexington, spent the week end with his Rrandmother, mem Clot eH C" Mr. Zarelila (iullev $1022 'Vhe new ' r tt.tt l $122 c r $152" in fME 1 s i- tJutrI ajfi miU't dfl.Tii ' ' ! t r .ttli .1" tir rrr iru f "ShwU ilrmJ" Ct.tb Of hrtt muvlrU in their hulory. Mel 'it "t. .x n Lyons Busy Cash Store III H s ! s ! t t- - I ! T 4- MR. TOBACCO To Be Distributed at the GROWER. Senl a Lexington Burley Tobacco Show NOVKMBEK Address W. C. McDowell. Secy. tl20 S. Ilrondway, Lexington, Kv. " 4 for information regarding the ! $1,000.00 I in PRIZES sH 5 23, 24, 25. f ! ! s ; - j'i'i!'!'!'!"?'!-- ! 9i'! rJiyJ v-- W 5C'sr-.3 pwpr .. iy v ?ssanri Ss TO Ht- - VAI VIVA I'L J 1 ENGINE SEE US AT ONCE YOU to you and your family to have Urn cream separator, churn, )uu., fed grinJir, fanning null, thn- - her, lodsaw, watliini; iiiactiiuis and many other nucliiues, run by an grind-ctou- IF YOU HAVEN'T A GASOLINE Ukiug work too hard oil your farm If you liavni't an engine. can iiuko inuro money, with niiich leba labor, by uu 1 11 U oil and gas engine. Think what it means I H C OIL AND GAS ENGINE Think how much more pleasant, Iiow much more attractive your farm and homo will become when the 1I1C ongiuo duos co. niiich of tho hard wotk. 1 II C gasoline ongiuo aro reliable, uurablo and run smooth ly, year in and year out. Wo have whatever btyle audsi;o you want iu the 1 II O line, which include: Vertical utixute power; honxoiital 1 to d ty !, I. . f'.I-portable 1 tu IKiwei, iituuntedoukkiiU 13 to ftMioreo jioweri sawing, pumpK)er; traction ing, sjmyiott. hototiutf, ami griudiug outliU, etc. Built to opvrate wi giu, na)iiw, kreNM, ilUtlllatc, or alouhol. Ciuno lu ami t a oufty o( our new outuleguv. 1 BECKER PHONE 27. BALLARD. BRY ANTSVILLE. Ky. 10 lLMt J. T. Wanks, Hubble Ky. Nancy Mrs. Itoy A. Haynes of Ilillsboro Mr. W. It. Ilurton, Miss For Rcnl. Ohio, is liere visiting her parents, Mr. Walker, Mr. John Gill Kinnaird Miss and Mrs. W. It. Mason. Anna May Walker motored to Lex Kive room cottage on Hill Court. -- (large lot and garden, bath and lights. Mrs. William Cook nnd Miss Sue ington dining at the Phoenix. H. T. Emhry, at National Hank. ,Muwn have returned from 11 We regret to chronicle' the. fact that Shelbv ' ' Mia Ida May Grant remains .quite ill pleasant vi.it to l.oumville. Dr. ; Mr- - M.iii., p. 1,.., t her home on Uichmoud street. .1. r oaic. ratm ror c.i. ' is at ler muiiii, ui .murium tie ice, Mrs. Francis, and Mrs. Conner' bediide. My farm of 53 acres for sale, at Hrown, in lAiuisville this week. ' Mr. John M. Kiirra who has been tn tlvattsville, lour miles irom Lancaster Miss Mattie Adams who has been at- -' Martinsville Ind. for the past month, " I"Kei l'lenlV i E tending the teachers institute in Lex- will return to her home this week. We I,rovtl1- - Knottn " 0w ,!en U,Hm, ff.rm ingtun, returmd home Saturday. c- " cireon- - I,J,nt I',ck are glad to report that she is much im- -' Mrs. Carlton Elkin and little daugh-- ' in healtti. ter, Emliy Ann, have returned from n rioyd K. Swope, of Lexington, well ' RESIDENCE FOR SALE. ;;: visit to their gnuidparelits at Liberty. ktwiurn nn.1 rnrt.rlL nf thtj ti.id ' i!i :!: We offer the Uaulilul residence on Misses Delia Timler ami Mary Elmore acceptwl a K.ithm with the Cleveland are in Lexingtnn for the wedding of, Twist Drill Co. of Cleveland Ohio, and' DartiHe street, formally the llurnside property, lor sale. I or iniounaiion. their friend, Miss Margaret Milward. j' ow located in that city apply to W. O. Goodloe. Lancaster. - Kv, Mesdanics John SUrmes. Joe UobinMiss Maine Crenshaw of HonUna. or Joe McCotmick, Asl.eville. N.C. Kmbry Sum Haselden, ville, has lieeu a delixhtfil guest in the on, Kobert Harry Elmore Harry Anderson, W. II. j ihotne of Mr. and Mrs. It. E. Mcltobertx Sewing Mac!iins. Hrown nnd Minnes Sullie and Anna Mar- - j for two weeks. garet Elkin were in Danville Tuedav. I sell the famous Singer iewing maMr. and Mrs. W. M. Mahan enter- chine. Also Singer oil and needles. If taimsl the Baptist minister' lUv.'s ' Min Klizalielh Gibln lias returned from Lexington where slie vim iiti(ig our machine needs repairing call on ;' ' Clere and Smylle. and the singer, Mr. frind ixi was accompnieil heme by i me on Campbell St. Satisfaction guarLyoiih, at nn vlegaul dinner. Din Milburn, hercouoin, Miea Clam liny den, who anteed. Mr. ami Mrs. Kobert Elkin motored will lie her pleasant sjueat Lancaster, Ky. V for several 10 iinrroiwourg, suiiuay, ami were me ,iaj.8- .m. iiuhuii iguemaui .nr. umi .irs. Woman's Art Go to, Col. Millar, wife and d.vighter. Miss of the IIarrodburg Herald. Danville, Shop, Eunice, ot Woumingtoii, III, kihI Mr. 1 iu.i.iu,r.. and Mrs. K. E. Baker ami children of and informally yesterday afternoon in honor ami Mr. luncheon of Mew lames iluy lUyiten. Robert Dun-la- p Kichmond, and children and .Mrs. Hosroe rioods. Whltloek nnd Mr. and Mrs. lllitntoii and Kobert Walker. pillows, etc. Tom Park nnd daughter, of White Hall OW. Miss Ellen Davison, of Hnpkinsville, Ky, were the gueet Sunday of Mr. and ItrtntlltfL'V f?,.lltf. Mix. J. N. Rom. U Itll III Tl taU.ill.tr lit " NOT FOR SALE-Nfor Women, ut Danville, spent the FrifiuU will be glad to learn that our As he has lenled Ins farm for 1117. I with Mrs. I!. K. MeltoberU. uetk ed count.x Suieiiutenilnt, Miss Jennie am uuthoriied by R. 1.. Hughes tu liohiiMMiu ami Iligglns. wIh wm thrown from n buggy Prof. lIoiikii), Mi withdraw from the sale market fa. mi Miss Aiiilerwn nttelKltMl tliv Enatern nml quite bmlly hurt, wiis well enough uu'hulf milt) from lik Kentucky Educational A4clutiun to lie moved from the home of Mr. La ncMttir cit .. imil 0B tUr Lexington, which mtt in Lexington l'ridv ami Tom Slavin, where ahe was taken when li. 11 bwiuehrotiit. Iik'- nccUlent occurred, to her own home lat IU Saturday. W It. I rienls haturuHy. also symutliiie Mid. II. C. llailey, wIm recently un- with her iu 111 ' lm ut her uster. Miss JIM derwent an operntion at the Danville Nellie Higgitiii. i. Huepital, hai relumed lioino nml is notify every-bmlWe, the underpinned, progressing nicely and her friends hope everywliere. to keep their dogs to see her out soon. N SCHOOLER-SIMPSOWo also notify oir of our premise. to Miss Corn I'eikiiw was in 'Ilie in iniane cf Mr. Crvnl Sinipeon all hunters, trapjiers nnd several day a the past week, blioupii g, ' to Kim L.'im S'holer, Weduowlay keep oir, tox hunters esiecially take nnd to see her Muter, Mra. Archie Dean aftuiiioon. in Richmond, Ky., by Itev, nolleo. J. C. Itigsby. J. F. Thomjwon, J. II. Hradshaw, who is undsr treatnunt at u H. C. MeDHigle, minister of the Chris- Samitoriuiii iu that city and who is thin chinch of timt plsce, whs the cnN Uigby, D. M. Anderson, S. C. Itlgshy, progressing nicely her muny friends iniiiH tiim of u happy coiirUlup of sev- - ' J. II Thompon. will be glad to leain. end y vnr standing. Mr. Simpvon Ima his twenty-firs- t birthday j STATE TAXES DUE. (Juite a number of out of town guests just itMeed and is the vouiurtxt on .f Mr and Mrs. nupfor the Walker-Burto- n nre here Yoir taxes for 1U1B are now due. William S4trwoti, uf TeaWrsvill. tials, among them Mr. J A. DotlmraKc, earnestly rtpnted to call ut - You are Creeil ie a model young man, hhIusyiHirortlcial receipt, Mrs. Cornlo Clay nnd Miss Anna May trlous, moral and thoroughly worthy of. inv ollice and obtain (i er cent iienalty will mmmi be Walker of Richmond. Mr. Detherage the love of this young Itwly, Mian The U the guest of Mr. Shiiley Hudson G. T. Bullatd. Jr. Sheriff. Scltuohir, was iwe of the honor grad-imte- e addeil. while the latter uro guosts uf Mia of our high school liere two years Nnncy Walker. ugo awl is exttwttwly ptular uiwook the Col. George P. Farris, was appointed younger Mt of the eily and oouuty. FOR SALE. Executive Marshall in (iov. Stanley's !Uut u the daattfater of Mr awl Mrs. to out 1 offer y oftke to itueeeed II. F. William, wlui1 J. 8. Sehotder. ot llyntlivlHe. Thej IUvMi becomes Stewart of the FeebW-MiintJe- d at Iwetl. for ante at h UrtiiH. HeeorU toaether with their lw.t f ' !! TIM Institute. Cel. I'arris, who U Mpinx fri.nk, extend iMmgrulubithm rod lwst ife oontMiK1 anoui x aitren oi JsmI. fi rooms dwUmr. Kuud iMWetoeiit. at Dcmocmtlc State liettdipinrlcrK, will wWIm. out huHiling. etc.. AUo stofe room W not go to Frankfort until ufter the Try our WuJi grade ileur. It is guar- x t, barn, ete. All lu (pud repair. His many friends in I.ans-tc- r election. For furtlwr parliculare eall on are glad to hear of hU u)fMliitmMt antees! to idmso you or monov back Enos Dais, Lowell, Ky. Hudkon, Hughes & Furuau. to a good place. Miss Hannah Aldridge, of Stanford, is the pleasant guest of Mr. an J Mrs. J. Raymond Haselden. Would Seem Probable. .Mrs. O. K. Carpenter is in Paris the' ... . . . r unl Kilt' I .. . ....... I "Lnt Trlday I Imulieil on one ot guest of relative?. mil II IN iIMS LULUin. our lmttleh!p." "pitln'r vi.ii llnil It LW'U. Miss Elizabeth Best H in rather hard to illgi XT for a viilt to friends. Sir. nnd Mrs. Will Kmliry nnd Miss House and Rood wages for a Rood Allie Yantis were in Danville Tuetday. man. Apply to A II. Ita9tin and Sor. Victims of Communicable Diseases. KlKlit liunilred Miss Maudie MaeClouse lias bean the thnuiinil elillilren buggv and harness. For Sale:-Ho- re, urn! i.ilul!- - fall fatal victim to guest of her cousin. Miss Huby Thomp- - or8, perfectly Rcntle nnd found. nlile illsenses emli year In these T. A. Elkin. I'ntleil States. The ill they did M not Mr. Jim iiourne of Lexington is here burliil with their unhappy bones, KOIt ItKN'T The Alex Walker propvisiting his parents Mr. and Mrs. Sam erty on Lexington street. Call or. there nro owr n.tim).tiuii other." sick ns n result of the tjpimld. Iiourne. ! G. C. Walker. tf. . imimps and other InMrs I.. N. Miller is in Richmond for Ministers and Official approve this fection which those who gave up the a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs L. line Photoplay "The Little Girl Next ghost helped to vpreud. T. Wilson. Door" at Hex Theatic. Nov. 1st. Mri. Mnry C,0UM! of Coy Ky. was Humorous Persian Lerjend. Strayed to my place, n shoat weighthe RUesl of Mrs Chas. Thompson for Coneernlng Ihe hIkIii UtinN Owner can have there Is pleturique "f the legend. ing about 75 pounds a few davs, Persian pig by describing same and paying all It relate that at the itt the Mrs. Amelia Hoss anddauuhter. Miss J. T. Uainey. devil the serpent of su'e"lliii charges. the mythological Mary, of near I'aint I.ick, were in monter Zohal; were regulnrly fed caster 011 Wednesday, shopping. Vice lias Agents everywhere upon htiinan brains. Two youths who Mr. Charley Doty and Cecil Hrown Says "The. Little Girl Next had been condemned to have their have Rone to Akron Ohio where they Door". At Hex Theatre, Wednesday bends robbed for serpent Mixtenimee I'.seaped death by substituting gouts' accepted positions in a tire factory. November 1st. brnlns for their own. The.se jotith Miss Martha Tinder entertained at a became the progenitors of the Kunls. For Sale. chafing dish party in honor of Miss $1 a bu. 1W) bushels of Hill Onions. Crenshaw who is the guest of Mrs. scar-litlnineii-Ie11 POSTED The undersigned hereby e warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands tor any puriosc whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of 0- - law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N It Price R. L. Elkin W. It. Cook. Mrs. Itebecca J. West. II. C. Arnold. James G. Conn, J. C. Morgan J. P. Wand. Long liros J. H. and W. S. Weaver W. T. West J. Booth Sutton. W. I, Lawson and son. Howard King, Miss Carrie Iioulden, J. II. Uigsby. John Richardson, J. C. Higsby, A. C. Miles, J. 0. Woods. Jno. M. Earra. J. II. Thompson, David Steven. I!. L. Kellv. S. C. Rigsby. r'r.mk Thompson. D. M Anderson. J. H. Thompson. Davis Sutton Am and Ed Bourne, Mr. J. Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar V. II. Thompson. W. 11. Cummins. Jerry Bland. Wm. Lear. W. S. Ferguson. We will add other names for 25 cent cash. Candy Kitchen. I have opened a Candy Factory on Lexington St., next door o the Puritan HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. Pure,Fresh,Delicious Home Made Candy, Our Specialty. Your patronage is cordially solicited. Phone -- lli. GoyS. Sanders This Agreement Witnesseth; That in order to protect the game on our lands for a period of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do so. ami we further ngiee to proreeute with diligence all persons who violate the giMne laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpoe of hunting. And we further agree to act ns Deputy Game Wardens for the purpote of carrying out this agreement. Except each of u have the right to kill rabbits on our ."arms or permit it to lie done by another under our tuperviMOti. or the supervision of some responsible, and reliable person eelcc'.ed by u. Tills November 15th, 1616. PUBLIC SALE. 1 Will On NOVEMBER I i. ,. the third street, stamped for stamping towels, sets, o'clock i. m , at my prennves 1 u ill's from Lancaster on Lexington pike, sell the following propi rtv: 1 giH il faun and full i I V Iiorte, six ou,, 2 '"llk wagon; cows; 1 two-liiits- e har row; 1 section harrow, 1 cultivator; 1 hucl.hiard: 1 pninteri) extension ladder, fti fe. t long, kihhI h new: plows; house hold and kitchen furniture. Ti l n, s iimde Ki own on day of sale. B. M.IiltOW.W A-- . M ll inrne, Auct. SATl'iil'AY. bepinnihi' nt It. I.. Elkin. J no. .M. l'arra, W. 11. Burton. 4th, ,1910. IlHfeiden ltroe., J. J. J. II. Dltor, John II. Smith. N. Itoe. E. Kabir.son, W. II. Hrown. Alex Wslker. T. A. Elkin. F. M. Tii d.r. Logan Hubble, G, M. Ikshon. Jffv BOOKKEEPING BuineH.Ph-raph- II. B. Cox. W, Sweenev. W. M. Mahan, William, Marcus ami Jim Willie. H, F. WilBMit. J. D. Pope. Mr?. David Chenuult, Frill J. Conn, W. U. CoK. J, A'. Elmore. T. C. Kankta. UutrmHn Bros, Sam Cotton, Wm. U. Anderson. M. ArcoU. Jr. W. B. Mm E. Henry. Jno. M. White, Hughes llrm. Withers Ilrot. FiUr Herring, J. TYPEWRITING and Ilrdliw. lUrker. TELEGRAPHY Bright Heriii'g. Scett Hutfman Ill lr.H-!- i I ji ii- - f ls ri.n tri awrvtutu IK1!' .Qjtilklnjl'i.iD'i'i.. .I.O40 mrTiHtfT Mw. "!.' .1 wolH' a f r .nfr.. dnxUILUVH IS. hIllTII,Lxlucluil, U. ' L. &N Train ScieJuIe Al Lancaster, ky. AMnvtr, To Maytville, cunncllr at lilvhmoti with I. & N to Frwikfert Louiille; No 71; u. m. To Kowhtnd i: Stunford eowiecling at Howlund, L & N to all white South treper Engraved Visiting Card Is THE proper thing for a lady or gentleman to present nowadays, when making calls. Come and sec what a beautiful line of sample we liuve and get our pfics for 50 or moto. A Neatly 86 No 2D; 11:01 a. m. To UiettiBond, cannectiH; with I. & N toInineA HeattyvihV, LwclnKton Cincintiali, Middltwbora & Knexville. No TO; 1140 a. in. To Kichmond. iflnnntie tntin to Chtciuiaii. Nn ST; To Ith fust dfkd m (v m. ximjuthm at Laiwiu.' JimUom to h3iaaiathtwH A Nawinig Green, nnd at Mawittwvti JusMttun t.i HanUtimN & Stjrt.tnU. CENTRAL RECORD No ; .M rw m. To Stanfenl, wm wet law train to Bristol & AtlU. wt) fast iiic ociilic! necord, Thursday Oct 26, 1916 ONLY TWELVE QUAIL o OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO THE STOCKMAN. A In ft ! BUZZARDS AND DISEASE. For a long time It has been known that plge-nn- , luunnrda and other bliils hate spread hug cholera from fiinn lo fur.n, fivai township to township nnd from county In enmity The slate trt- erlnnrlaii of Missouri. I)r I) I.uekey h is ndvled all farmers lu that state in "shiml ihe bun- xnnN," ii Hie ling cholera hmivui Is here, and therp Is a possibility of anthrax outbreaks rcrtcd In noithern Arkansas being carried over the line Into Missouri by those scavenger from the sky There Is a popular Impression that there Is n lau In MtMvirl prohibiting the killing of bin xurd. but It -- eonis thai this law has been lepeiled Where there arc such laws It w III be danger- ous. of ourp for farmers) lo follow the Missouri suggestion Dr. I.uekey declares (hat bui ranis are n menace in live stock production and uliould be shot. It might be well for farmers In other states to bring this matter to the attention of their leglsla- tors, ami If It Is found that the buzzard Is more of a danger than n help, then deny them the protection of the law. It Is nl ways a serious matter, however. to Interfere with the balance of wild bird or animal life, nnd the buzzard docs havo Its uses. I'arm Progress. h! '! H' PER DAY. lo e Washington. The undisguised and almost official relation that Senator Iodge and Con gressman Gardner of Massachusetts and some other leaders and managers of the Republican party have with Great liritain certainly gives the no hope of favoring influence from this powerful Republican group. The house of Morgan with its deep nd wile ramifications in Wall Street, the very head and front of B'g business, is sure of an influential voice in Republican councils. It is the official representative in this country of the AlbVs and in that capacity is acting largely as the instrument and adjunct of Lombard street. London. This is the third powerful if not dominating influence which must be overcome by the influence." Patriotism, justice and good bense show no good reason for " support of the Republican German-Americans "German-American "German-American- at entitle. I to n collar made to order mid well titled The pnllire with n itowl shelter Is n better place tlinn the nvrrago pig house. Never let n floik of sheep run down when n little grain will kpep It In condition. olT their kn-- p Indiscriminate hunter The hrcpdlng ninre imit have (Xrmnnl ami pffinijMnn had hotter be plenty of exrrde. A.. aMHhi.1 I.aim .nt.niin Knt I".. .1.1 If you wnnt clean pork give other thinR thin year wlilcli will lisvi a 0 your lings clean pens. direct Influence on the nua.II idiootlnR is The grain troughs should be so the new law which limits ench hunter a nrrangpd that the sheep cannot put their feet In them. kill to tweliro birds per day. In tim it haa often heen nothing short of wanton slaughter; when no limit was not hunters were allowed to kill all the birds they couM A trenuine sportsman will religiously ndnere to this law, but MEAT PRODUCTION It was passed to safeguard the quail and prevent them from being cleaned LESS THAN DEMAND out entirely, and for those who will not observe the bag limit It is proposed to have wide awake game wardens who (Prepared by United States department of will see that they are prosecuted if sericulture. they go above the limit Game wardens The failure of meat production liavc the power to stop any hunter at throughout the world to keep abreast nny time and make him show what he of growth In population nnd Increase In meat consumption Is one of the Impor lias in his bag. taut reasons for the high cost of meat In the United States, according to part NO FIGS FROM THISTLES. I of an exhaustive report on the meat fdttiatlmi In this country, prepared by The Germans are a hard-headespecialists of the federal depnittuciit sound-thinkinrace of people. It is of agriculture. Other factors of Imbelieved that the "German-Ame- ri not portance In bringing about Increased cans" wo mean American citizens pf prices. It Is stated, aro Increased cost German blood who aro first for their of raising cattle nnd diminished pur country, America, but have a very chasing power of the money unit. It great sympathy (and it is right that Is not expected Hint a radical change they should have it) for the Fatherland. In the meat situation will tic brought can he delui'ed into the idea that they about In the United Slntes In the npar future largely are serving either their own country or participating In bei'ntie this country Is n worldwide uioipirctit h atherlar.d by their support of the the In regard to meat production It l Republican candidate. bclleed, linnet cr, that there "ill ben Every thinking man knows that if gradual growth and expansion In the Mr. Hughes is elected President, Mr, world's production of lieef. mutton and itoosevelt ts going to exercise a very pork. It cnmiot bo predicted whether great influence over him. and that this movement will equal the rate of through his domination influence over a Increase of the ment eating population. In America this gradual expansion large portion of the Hughes supporter appears to hare licsuu nlieady Koosovelt will have a commanding in IP07 nnd 1913 there was a mark iluence in a Republican administration ed decline In the number of cattle In TIk?po come RlnwInK report from every wctlon nn l tlic ipuil crop, tit ev-- rr neighborhood the lilrtln nre reported to bt morv plentiful tlinn for jonrspat nnJ ttie hunter arc loolilnc forward lo cxlri pood dioollnp. I tut Ihev will find (he land owners mori dlmed to team of horses spends yrnrs faithful work. Ilnch horse Is ' 4 ! Ht 000000000000000000 4 ! lllfLUl LIVE STOCK and Farming Implements AUP PUBLIC s RENTAL OF LAND THE GAS ENGINE. party, IlillT HREF AN MEAT FACTUII lUroRTANT FliOUUCTlOX. IN Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed Dowadays. It reflects pood taste and at once creates a favorable impressiort. the country, butln the past two years this lias not only stopped, but has given way to a perceptible Increase. The estimated number on farms nnd ranges on Jan. 1. 1010, 01,411,000, Is, however, still much below the corresponding figures for With the exception of temiiorary checks due to hog cholera there hag been losses from lu recent years a persistent Increase In the production of aitlne. On .Inn. I. 1910, the number In the country was estimated at tW.OOO.OOO us coinpaied with M.200.000 In April, 1010. On the other baud, the number Of sheep de cllned during this period from 5L'..W),. 000 In 1010 to )!),200,000 In 1010. As the decrease, however. Is not sullicient to offset the Increase In cattle nnd swine, It may be said that the total production of meat In the United States ts Increasing, but that this In cieaso Is not jet proportionate to tin growth In population. Tho available supply of meat would bo much greater If It were not for the enormous losses caused by disease and exposure. Since 1WX) It Is estimated that from 1.100,000 to 1473,000 cattle have died each year from dlseaso mid from 000,000 to 1,500,000 fioni ex posure. With sheep the losses from disease Ime been nbout the snme, hut from exposure much larger With HWlne the rel:itlo prevalence of hog cholera Is perhaps the deter mining factor lu the minimi loss, lu SCI I this was as low as 2,200,000, but In 101 1 It nmiiunleil to 7.0O0.OOO. f those 7,0i0.o0 hogs had been sared, It Is fiild, they would have produced enough meat to furnish every family In the United Ktntes with forty pounds of pork. To Tell a Sheep's Age. A lamb has eight small first teeth on the loner Jaw. When It reaches the age of about one year tho mlddlo pair are replaced by two permanent teeth. At the age of two the tectli on either sldo of these permanent teeth aro replaced with n permanent pair At the ago of three the next tooth on either sldo gives way to n permanent tooth. At the age of four the last or back teeth are replaced In like manner. After u sheep Is four years old one cannot tell by the teeth about the age. However, lu purchasing sheep sec to It that they bate not lust any teeth long ir that the teeth harp not lud "Uoe peggy" In appearance Fills Matt Important Place on Farm Machinery List. That the gas engine ranks first among labor saving machinery nnd tills the most Important pl.nee mi the farm machinery l.st Is the opinion of W II Sanders Instructor In farm inotoro In the Kansas State Agricultural college Internal combustion engines In tb.'ir present stale of etll lency inn be relbsl upon to n greater degree than any ilh er typo of farm machinery If they nro properly handled by an oonitor that understands the principles of their construction, says Mr Sjuders "The arcragc fanner with n little study nn I the application of a small amount of common sense will 11 ml that he Is capable of running nnd caring for any of the pnglnps on Ihp market. The gas engine Is nn economic necessity lo the modern farmer, not only because of Its wide adaptability. but also due to Its time saving qualities The modern typo of farmer Ouds that ho must Keep everything nnd everybody going at top speed every day during the rush season. He also finds that the pace Is too much for cither man or beast to stand, and It Is here that tho gas engines show their true value. The rush season always arrives In hot weather, when tho horses aro un able to give their1 best efforts to the farmer. Tbo gas engine will travel through the hot weather with the same efficiency and Is ablo to keep up the pace without a waver for twenty- four hours at a stretch." While the gas engines aro not work ing they arc not eating their heads off, as the horses do, especially during the winter season, points out Mr. Sanders. The farmer can now purchase an engine that Is guaranteed by tho man of ufacturers against Imperfection materials for a term of three years or more. Next year will put tbo small tractor to n severe test The experiments will determine to a great ex tent Its value on a small farm. For Cuming Stumps. I'or burning the big stumps of fir and similar tlmlicr In the I'acillc north west two limes me bored so that tliev will Intorspet deep nltbln the wool. Tuesdau, October 31st, 1916 I will sell at public auction, on the premises, About Sixty Acres of Laud. This farm is located right at Hubble, Lincoln County, Ky., on the Rush Branch pike, five miles from Lancaster, five miles from miles from Danville, right at two Stanford and six and one-hachurches, school, stores and mill. The land is good and fertile, lies well, no waste land, good 5 room house, large new barn, large orchard, well watered and in the BEST neighborhood in Kentucky. This farm will be sold in lots of from Two to Twenty Acres each and each lot fronting on the pike with good building site and may be offered as a whole. EASY TERMS. Sale of the land begins promptly at 10 o'clock after the sale of which we will adjourn to my farm a few hundred yards distance where I will rent to the highest bidder lf 280 Acres of Land for the Year 1917 of which 65 acres is for cultivation and the balance in grass and meadow. This farm has splendid five room house with three porches, nice yard and garden, two barns,- cribs stock scales and other out buildings, large orchard, several good lots convenient for handling stock with water in every field and lot. Also sell the following personal property. - JCX AtOVS iVtuccc note THIS SlCC HORSES. six-year-old MULES. Suppose you come and see the rranj Seautiful samples we have and get our prices. A pair 16i hands, 23001bs mare One good plantation walking horse, drives and 16 driving and work horse; one 7- - mules, the best in the county; 1 pair one works; hands, mare mules, extra good ones; one extra good brood mare, good worker; one year-ol- d suckling mule. brood mare. A one und a half Inch auger Is used lu making the boles. Tbo bark Is skinned off between tho two holes. Ited hot coals aro pushed down tho boles to the Intersection and tho Ore Is started well within the stump. After tho pail marked "A" U burned out tbo lire U kept up by means of litter, bark nnd chunks. Central Record. CATTLE. I HOGS. 1 two-hors- Time Table. Southern Ra I Road. Danville, Ky. North-boun- No. No. 10- - -- CiucinnaU Kxpress, .4:110 a. in diily 4 Spe a.m. a.m. a.m p.m. p.m p.m Silage Versus Pesture. Mow much pasture can a farmer afford to keep for his live stock with land nt Its present prices? One acre of good corn silage Is equal to four acres of ordinary pasture. Two Here of pasture will feed a cow for six mouths If there Is plenty of ruin, while an acre of corn silage will feed u cow for twelve mouths nt tbo rate of pounds n day If the crop Is nn average one of fifty b'lihols to Hie sow and 6 pigs; 1 sow and 9 pigs; 3 good Two extra good young Jersey cows, one fresh; brood sows, 13 forty pound shoats, 1 pure bred white 13 extra good, high grade, yearling and Jersey heifers, all by registered sire; 5 extra good, Chester boar. wagon, 1 double section disc hare 2 yearling short horn heifers, 6501bs; six 600 to 900 1 Deerlng mower, 1 grass drill, Oliver riding pound butcher steers; 4 registered yearling Jersey row, registered Jer- plow, 2 walking plows; new hay rake, cultivator, bulls, ready for service; 1 registered Jersey bull, double shovel; roller, plows; 1 buggy; 1 rubber ttre sey bull; 1 fine printed tabulated pedigree furnished on application; carriage, wagon gear; plow gear; etc. Also a lot of 1 red bull calf. 25 extra yeurling steers, baled Timothy hay. Terms easy and announced at sale. Will be glad to show the farms at any time before sale. DINNER six-months four-months-o- ld G:03 cial, daily No. 28 Blue Grass Special, daily except Sun...C:08 No. 14 Carolina Special, 7:00 dally No. K Local Express, dally 1:35 Limited, 4W 5:20 dally No. 12 Royal Talm, dally.. 5:37 South-boun- acre. With the prlco of land going higher and higher this Is an Important fact to remember. Many farmers who have laud that Is worth from $!MJ to ?M per acre are getting to feel that they cannot afford to have so much land In pasture as they had formerly. This Is especially true If the .und Is at all InKimball's fairy clined to dry out, rmer G. B. SraEBRQAD, LANCASTER, KY. THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. CopJUll A. II - No. 5 Loop 1 Express, 11:05 a.m. daily No. 11 Royal Palm. daily..U:20 a.m. No. 1 New Orleans Lim 11:35 a.m. ited, dally No. 13 Carolina Special, dally 10:15 p.m. SpeNo. 3 cial, dally 11:35 p.m. No. 9 V o r I d a S p e clal, dally 11:52 p.m. No. 27 Blue Grass Special, daily except Sunday, arrives 8:15 p.m. For rates, routes and Information call upon or address M. J, Cough! in, cent; 'phone 340 1 Rhubarb Planted In Fall Ituuharh planted this fall will Make a good start early next spring, and the plants make fur tielter growtu next year than those set out In tho spring. $50,000. t SjJTplUS Vice $30,000. )KN!IV. J. K. STOItMKS, IWL S. (I. DENNY, Cashier. I (ilM., The Central Record $1.00 Per Year In Advance. Lancaster, - It. 1, JmiikY, Aaa't Coaliier. J. V You can avoid the ipnse, dtlay and dlit ol lemovlng tho old roof, In. and the InilJ. cf your nous li not exposed durUiK tbo and permanent. ipntlvt, ilorm-proFor Salt ly S iTVTTYT Safety Oeposit WE Boxes YOUK For Rent. SOLICIT BUSINESS. Kentucky. Local Contractors or Cortriftht Metal Roofintf Co. Philadelphia. Pa. 50 North 23rd Street. Simuil D. Cochran, Alex It. Denny, J, II. Posey, J. E. Stormea, S. C. Denny, J. h. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Director. The Central hecord, Thursday Oct 26, 1916. I ' KENTUCKY NEWS Such tobacco enjoyment command quick as you buy some Prince Albert and fire-u- p a pipe or a home-mad- o cigarette ! CUT TO THE QUICK FOR BUSY READERS as you never thought could be is yours to mi 1 you every tobacco satisfaction your smoke-appetit- e for. Prince Albert gives ever hankered SSj&ATZtZBti&fl jur it's made by a patented process that curs oat bite and parch! Prince Albert has always . been sold without coupons or premiums We prefer to give quality 1 That's because CoprtiiM IM On lh of tM tidf you wilt raf: SoTa. rrr1 tin Pr h".C !! hat mad (Ar mn mod plp Ufi n moktd tfee1 lis?," cuari nc TOBACCO prince Albert the national joy tmohe hns xi flavor as different as it is delightful. You never tasted the like of it! And that isn't strange, either. Men who think they can't smoke n pipe or roll a cigaHay 'n'nfi Albtrt cvtty rette can smoke and will smoke if they use Prince whet tobacco it told in Albert. And smokers who have not yet given P. A. a try-otoppy red bag t, 5c J tidy rrj tint, lOet handtom pound certainly have a big surprise and a lot of enjoyment and half'pounJ tin Aumt. coming their way as soon as they invest in a supply. dortandthat corking ftnm pound cryttai'giatt humi Prince Albert tobacco will tell its own story dor with tpongcmoitttncr ut 1 top that httpt the tobacco vi tuch cttltr trimolwajtt R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Winslon-Salem- , N. C. is a ;mu ri..i i: Tti stop run i.ittlk monby. LOUISVILLE HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, KY., Main St., between 111:1:1: 'Ilii- - Only Hotel in Irfiuiiv illv 6th and 7th. 1! U Operated mi (he America'! and European Plana. AMliltlCAN PLAN. Doom without Until I 'lit with Hot and Cold UunniiiK Water. 7!i I looms single. flMXi per day; (With M.al) single. '1 U) per day; M Itooms single, 3.00 per ilav; M Front Itooms Dooms with Ptivnte Until: fit) Dooms.. miRle. It.Ot) per day; single. 3.50 per day; Wl Dooms KtlltOPHAN PLAN. Dooms without Ilatli hut with Hot and Cold Dunnini: Water. sitiKle, $1.00 per day; TS Doomi (Without Meat.) 60 Dooms triili. 1.00 per day; single. 1.50 per day; 50 I'roflt Itooint I!iwms with Private Hath: .... people, people, each. 'J.'Jfi 1I.&0 each. each. "people, 2 people, 2 people. 2.75 each. 3.00 each. 2 jieople, $0.75 each. 2 people, 1.00 each. 2 people, 1.25 each. 2 j cople, 2 eople. 1.25 each. 1.50 each. W Dooms 50 Dooms single. single, 1.50 ler dav 2.00 per da) ; ; THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Corner Sixth and Main Sts., European Plan Only. Domn Withuut Until. il.iD mid up; Doomi With Pnvatu Hath, $10 and up. The IntllnVilto Hotel and ti retail district mid theatre.. e Old Imi nre lti:ST l.'ATlNC. PI.ACi: IN TOWN. in the ivli.il.-- tie dislttct and only a three block's walk to the a Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Proprietors. Syeamoro Vttllov. MeMUme lirutun Tudor and I tennis are an the ick Int. ld 8 to V. A. Mr. R C. 'lark I,oar tor i cnim per pound. spent several Ih Mb LjU Bl th ratst wk wilh her lister, Mr Tom Pollard. wife and Mr. Kabttt WfcitUker, iNtbT were liw KMk rftd guest" of Mr. Wliat to do when Backache comes on ' I frncd IniiutlUt Tdlof lu th? na ral.jr icf MM Kidu.y PHu, Mn mom. ' u&l do not kaov nt a iiMi mjiaLce wnir tlity IUa . n in., John Ruskln's Good Idea. Men lire enllMeil for the lahor that ; let them ! enllMiM for til,' r Hint fei'iN' and let tilt) enptHltis of the latter ho held tin inticli pentleineii lit the caplHin of tlto former. John liuxklu. Real Kdlictlon. ! If It lie the immo, Many a eollejie urtttluate U praiilial. Iwa found lilmM'lf oa the Mfpe of ntnrvliiK hi ileatU. h. i niw he hnd not iMir!' the furro of till" Irtllll. Mil th.. other hntiil mtin.v hIium ail- tiiiiiiioat In life u.re nppnrt ittlt the op- iniwl iimi.'iT line ! mlllt li t:i .inrd. ami ul' i.i i'.'lj i. neh. il Hie jruiil .. I of thi i ili'-l- r. the 111. ..in of Hie llrflll I'olllli.i'll i kl!nlellKe tun! en i'.Ii d him ( 0M11I11. lathmitliiii. '.. C. I'. I.iiuirum. n trivellni. -Anaeia, writer fr.m hjn roa.tjl Tx lrivLin roui.'l ami liswc. llirr gav tim acute In nil In l. nt ium rMlly. I fo,, hark anil I IUf In tha u of Fuley KUnry rut", ami bfora tha llmt lint!!, u..,i 1H )' h.ick ..n. at - I th Pu" anil I Iiivj Imit puiIk ly HaMkCrr wan th KiM tau;u if !'."'d ixliu whl.'h Iwl no r. i,nre ted Imm -- t Mr frequent K bt Slw rrow lretlv (Mt iiiiiibm ii.ur.iicm prrpuii i,r.j." L When Ittckacho point t 1, ana It fat th wrk a ir you c,rt iunil tint pain TJ rtc Supper hrv latt Star.ly wtM ire M your lurk, sou will tin. I rtllf n'mj vl;li a ucet(. tko mim of thUlcit ami. Fmu' Kidney i'llla. 1:1 wa night uiu Hi of of tlio pafn. . ,i.j iiu. elio tli K.m (wini naliteJ. rf is aenina joinia an. I . imiKl. 1, un.l M.ter ; ui jour rv.ttm Iterw irWlnl Mim Co andLLiilJr in I art SMrljr ami uttontirj th Pt lAmnal iMthr aHii. . I rlitl." nlmn. War llii.lt. u.I ' 1 a br .ibjn. A;j KiJuerL Ixing .m limy nr. miu iv.-tlgml eM'tJmn, Mr... una Mr. ... w-ut- y. mr. imimk. mm oil JtW BfJ hiwren Mrs. 1. nu nay a m Amu llf AH.ie, ,, ttmW H dtw Cmk, nt LMIRflHtl I UTMiin . lwHril.tilhlieu Mil JliKCi IUWV huHtllftr tl I'WW liwi'iuwr. Cleio of I.HIiCtmlir wa$ ihe ' letiml lutl week nf Mr. ami Mm. Huuli HUCKRYU Kurli ami Mr ami Mr. Hiiueitt'urter. ' Mr. and Mr lllram Hay mihi .ilr. TIhhih UivU W'im in l,sliton 11 y. U.ori;o Kay aiul f.tniily weiu .ruetts of Mm, IVrwt Ciirlt at HryaiitHvilln .Sun-tinMian II Hill Ita iititt; MiM air. bikI Mr. J. nt. Ahhim. Mh Iuimom PutHe Lonit. H. W. Snnderti iind WnvrC.. UjlkWrl Ur. fWkIfn wr i l.xlutoii fhoppniK . i.Unit friewte lwr. IUm Uwrtw Hay mm lit- ipwt nf b r eutMliM. MUe IM Mie nnl Nell lUy Im( Suwlar. ml Mliwa Maudio Mr. Jim C4rfc Tfacey uttemltd Ctefe and Mr M prsMlnnit at .1wmm4 HiU tittndny t Urn. K. ' Clark cntortaUtid an eleuant ftt-'- t roiKSunitav. utHr. and Mr. diitniit .... Will .. . .a- - -- a U. I .k. . ll.mL.tln' th-f- Kvrywhero funiily were Mr. lhtiili Km Is anil Utumt at tin- - Ihibr. of Mr. 1'ureet :tt I.MiOMitor SuwJay. Stnpp low Well is the uld to VIck 11 I ,.... boat at 7 eta. He Wo noli I M1U Davii f. r $70. Miwuni KaihMra Gulky nnd Mn.nie I', jrl l!m... I.., ., 1.... ...j;,..,., tli. j i r' akiim .it liuua VMtn. i,far8 Oooise Ilrown and J. M. lo .ear ;tH a horre "Thedford's bcil w it medicine J. A. Elcclman, of Pallo!iville,Texa. lerer iacd." riles "I suffered l?mb!y The doctors uid sumption. all. finally I I I villi liver ioa troubles, and could git no relief. had cont could not work tried THEDFORD'S BLACK-MhE- PfatlliHtif ln al Mr. Mtau-- M tkhiit Mru Mrs. J. vWtto Mr. vW4iMtl ..,. rtoU Imm boundt or Wltr CwHiy M nwte for m. liw w4 Zuta Calk 'llrt)tJ-bMiiyvt- T.ur aU MomJav r. a Hiram lUy, Mm. Norn . Uu Teuier. wdiiti.day. kuv two It lftlMlil4 ni lbv rk(v4 U AUyvUle. aw a ntl manfonl CWr rWkaterlr.vUto. U Mra, A. 0. Mib bv hi.n itt HtyiMitovMU. r.lorl t.om MartaUiry ltun ut Ihn llupiut , ,d M,lhudi( d,u,clM..R Moiala Hid TwaU? hiii,!. of M nilijMJta wmn OminKJii Sense, InlaitHituii; vry w. of IicwWr and to my surprise, I col better, as well as any and am y mn."TUedIord'sHlacl:. Draught Is a general, cathartic, mil ami nwiillvr. Nnucy 1dm ut CuttonbuiK. per Ma 8ntJr ituU I.twla Jta . J. Mirtwr Jim ai d Clyilt) Sander at .1 Prof. lluWrt Prie of UottonbtirK rotn Niel awl Mr. Iwl Mr. moved lo the home o' Mr ltobett Hur- - jkli'iI a week I'i'il Imuno ptirly at the Iioi-- e of Mr. nud Mr. Hubert Cart'-r- , tun. Humbu Mttkwit HlHtr Wtwf !Kolil U and Ht P.hi Uiiu veuttable liver nu Iwne, thai luisbccn teuiahi.,, t. rcrulari-t.i'- s of the liw. t.i .. ili and towe's, forovrr .0 iear. Oct a pa. katje today, Jacob SchulzCompany Fine Out Flowers For All li. .u,t 4 ttie E-- lve em'ne TheJtj .. i mm Shelbyville. 2nd, Monday Mrs Cora Maggartl, ID. charged with Carlisle, 2ml. Monday. klllnR James Mei.ns, .'., van freed by Danville, 3rd. Monday. flovrrnor Stanley linn Issued a pro- - a Jury at Hazard on the ground thai 1 I.nwrcncehurir, 3rd. Monday rl.tnnllnn .In I .. .. I In V.,.ml, she was defendant: herself. Sho t'Ktl Nlcholasville, 3rd. Monday, Oflice at Itainey s Livery Stable fled that she and Illevlns met nt a to-n .vriior nay. Mt, Sterling. 3rd. Monday. . Tho rVttrrnt rnrm Loan Hoard will eluded I put .n n lonely mountain trail Lancaster. Kentucky and thai the aned man nil.- ked her, Somerset, 3rd. Monday. hold a fccmiil hcarliiR In Lnuisrlllo whereupon sho drew a revolver fr ni Gi'orRetown, 3rtl. Monday. N'ovcinher 21. u ti.lcr a wrnp and shot him, killing I.ANCASTEIt. 1th. Morally At jMlnerva, near Maynvllle, the him Instantly. Winchester, Ith. Moh.Iay. fovcn-jrar-olMary lliliaun, HnrrodsbiirT, dnti"h-tomn of John Mnrnhnll Monticc'lo. 4th. Mot day. of Homer Debaun, who van kl!'tl blew tho top of hln foiir-yen- r ohl broth-cr'- s VersaMVs. Hh, Mondnv. head off with n itlioti?iin, which n jear ngt) by a mynteri'i. n hi. .ct wan thought to bo unloaded. which camo through a wln.'.w of M Tho producing branch of tho Stand-ari- l store, has been awarded $1 lilt) tUm-age- s ff. H'. Morrow, drmlttnte Optician against the estate of Sam .1. Oil company ha leaned a large r.laaita Ktlcil Hull. Iscllnn (Insrsnlrrd In Knot, Clay and other Sims. The day follow inp Hie murder, sfreacc loutlKaXern Kentutky rountlen, and Sims had been found hanging from villi probably do some test drlllnK In a rafter of his barn with a bullet In hln brain. It was allogetl that ho had the near future. Train Schedule At Lancaster, ky. Plans to obcrvo the one humlreth threatened Debaun. Treasurer ( line, of Jefferson County lnnlvernnry of tho death of On. Hor-sr- n A It I! UK. Phone 391-Clarke wire Inmirhcd nt a mertlnK received a letter from n minister, who Jf the Kentucky Sotlety, Sons of resliU a In Charlotte, N. C, hut who To MayHvilli!. connectinif at Kiehmori formerly lived In Lojl, irillo. In which with I. & N to I'rankfort & Louisville; American Itcrolutlon, held In Louis-- i was Inclosed a check for MG.Gii. Tho Ho. BUCKEYE, KY. No 71;8:3.rm. m. Plans v. Ill be made In a few days latter explained the Money wa for To Rowland & Stanford connecting hack taxes on prop rty for 17 years. to organize four cavalry troops, four battery corps ami two or three units The letter tatetl the property holder at Kowland, 1. & N to all points South nf the of an cnelnerrliiR corps, was the an- wished to rid his No2.X; 11:01 a. m. nouncement of Adjutant (leneral J. bunion. To Kichmond, connecting with L & Tandy Kills of I'rankfort. A mob of 300 men .'formed the Mc- N to Irvine & Ilcattyville, LexinRton Fine Cut Flowers. While plavltiR with a nail In his Craiiien County Jal'. at Padticah, cut J Si Cincinnati. Mitldleshoro & Knoxvillc. mouth one year nsn, llltlo Chester Mc locks on l he . feci doom with chNuls No 70; 11:50 a. m. Oary, aged 9, son of .Mr. anil .Mr. Wil- .ml sIcdgebaTn.eis, dratfej Uracil M. liam M((!ary, of Madlsomlllc, sucked Klnley. a mgro. 32 years old. from Ma To Kichmond, connecting with fnst It down hln windpipe and It lodged In ?ell nnj loan than an hour Utrr hand- trnin to Cincirnnti. the rlRht lobe of his lunR. Death re- ed him from n treo on the Pool road, about one nlle from Padticah. wh ie No 27; ill) p. in. sulted last week. Puc-tleallkdl Illta To l.oui illc, iodine; tt Lebanon The Itev. Father HurIi llrady, the be i.tlni at Mrs same Rose. li. mo'i time the the Junction to Kliz.ibethtown & Howling oldest priest In tho diocese of KenUnclied Luther Dnrrett, 20. another tucky, chaplain of St. Joseph's In- negro, who wan alleied to have said Green, and nt Ilardstown Junction to firmary and one of the he Intended to "kill soire white man." Knrdstown & Sprinrifieltl. Lick, members of tho Homan Catholic Kllmlnatlon of statutory No 9; H:42 p. in. church In tho South, died In Louis-HI- In place where there are medical aid permanent To Stanford, connecting with fast and properly equipped hospitals hac II. Casey, I). V. ill. llccatiso of a shortage In railroad heen secureil hy the Workmen's Com - ,rnin t0 Bristol & Atluntn. coal tars, due to tho hipping demands pensatlon Itonrd This will mean a of unusual prosperity. Louisville faces jCCrea-- e in the premiums charned for a lamine in coai lor tieani protiuction, compc nation Insurance. A ten ner such as threatens the closing of inanu cent reduction In coal mining work Grntluato nncinnati Veterinary TO! factoring plants, nnd many reijulro ad- anil In all construction work, ha been 8 College. justment by the Interstate Commerce allowed. In mercantile hazzards n a viw Commission. DANVILLE, KENTUCKY. etventein anil nve tenths per tent reInquiries from outsldo capitalists, duction is allowed, and a fifteen per. file underbigned hereby fve warn-- 1 ing to nil persons not to trctpues ujior which may lead to tho establishment cent reduction on all other ritkn. of several alcohol plants near Louis The Mlnnenntn. the handsome boat our lantU lor any purpose whatever us vllle, were placed before the Hoard of f Dr. William Mnvo. celebrated sure we will nrosecute all offender to fi.l City. Information con 0f Hochester. Minn., is stranded Trade of tho ls nH extent nf t- l- lw. Hunter. as to site, freight rates nnd other on n sand bar at French Island. 10 DIRECTOR Fishermen especia'lv tnke notice. will be obtained and forward miles below Owensboro. facilities Dr. Mayo Kd & N I! Trice Oflice Over National Honk. ed at oncu. ,, ookand a party of friends were returning Mr9' J. West, Kesidence I'hone 3. Office Thone 27 I'rof. II. 11. Cherry, of Howling from Mammoth Caxe. tmlng cruised ) L- Arno,dJames (.. Lonn, go on " Oreon, and Miss Klla Lewis, ol Leltch- - up Green Hlver. and decided to LANCASTKK. KY. J. I'. Wand. There Is J- - C. Morgan field, were reappointed members of up tho Ohio to Louisville. J. II. nnd V. S. Weaver! not more than three feet of water In; Long Iiros tho Kentucky Illiteracy Commission W. T. West. by (lovernor Stanley. Woodson May,, the channel at Trench Island, and J. Itoolh Sutton. of Somerset, was appointed a member! tho pilot was not familiar with the W. I. Lawson anil son. Howard King, i of tho commission to fill the vacancy bars. Miss Carrie Houlden, J. H. Klgsby. created by the resignation of I'rof. J. Mlddlesboro has a very promising, J. C. Itigsby, John liichardson. a. Crabbe. violin maker In the rerson of William a. C. Miles! J. 11. Woods, Smith, a son of Aunt Martha Smith. Jacob William Strclrf. jj Thompson, Jno. M. I'urra. son of Peter Streltf, a farmer of Sand- - custodian of a theatre. Young Smith,,.' to close out at cost. David Steven. crsvllle. was drowned In a lard can In makes his violins with an ordinary j,.rnnj. Thompson, . .cignt inrnes or water, at tnc strelfr pockbi mim "u ""u I'f.lieumBin aI "nUMon. J. II. Thompson, i hrrn unative to that sectlnn - -, ..'.... nyll .in muim . r iiiuuieiiin Ilnvin Sutton Am and L'd Bourne. .t. uuu ami jear-o; mother, who J"s' eouipnieu um nun alter nis , ,,. ... nmer. wave e uuutwjr had stepped into tho back yard, leav - Harry Halts has trleu It out, pronounc j U'. II. Cummins. lnc tho child on tho hack oorch near Ing It of surpassing excellence In 1'. H. Thompson. Jerry Illand. Wm. Lear. acoustical properties and tone. It has the ran V. S. Ferguson KIvo hundred hogsheatls of tobacco cr" Rraceful lines and bears a strtk. M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler resemblance to the famous shipped by Itudolph. Hack & Co., of 1B We will add other nun es for 23 cent on! ncrius models. Tenn., to Copenhagen cash. Doctors Of Denial Surgery. The Kentucky Association of the tho steamer Trafalgar, which was held OClee. ttonm-i FiuildlUBOTet Kurt A .Indcr up by the ItrltUh f!oernment, have Haklng Industry was the change In ou'i urmture ritore. been released to the consignee, ac- - name adopted by the Kentucky Master nt Its annual KKNTUCKY LANCASTEK. cording to an official statement re- Ilakers' Association coiled by tho Stato Department at meeting In Paducah. Hy a unanlmou' voto the delegates recommended Hi' Washington. loaf. A rc-Fourteen counties, besides tho twenty-e- adoption of the ten-cen- t Prc-night ii' which have Issued road bonds lutlon was adopted asking and imo only to tile statements show Wllon to use hi Influence for an em bargo on wheat and flour. Pro-i- d' nlug how much money thor Intend to spend during tho year, hate applied F-- S. McDonald, of the National for Stato aid In road building. They elation, paid if the wheat and rt'.ut nre Dath, Carlisle, Klllott, Gallatin, wero not kept In this country that the Harrison, Henderson. Johnson, Ijiw- public would be paying 15 cent- - a, retire, Letcher, Menifee, Monroe, Ituck- - ' loaf for bread by next May or June Melvln Ujxit. Oneonta, has fonn cnst:e, Trimble and Taylor of a prehistoric atili.in! m, n Itestoratiun of Clay countya salt In-- , 1W dustry U planned by oast.rn ia,.ital tl shifting .and. of tho Ohio Ulu r l Everything for Orchard, l.nwn anO I!i;rieiitathea haie returned at mat point Last vear he foti'-'- a from a trip t,f Inapt-- . tcn i .er the old pleco of Ihe tone rilBlllliR from the Garden. shoulder to the knee Joint, which wasj tall produtlne territory in the vhinl i of Mani heiiter and 11 . li ainioiiiH cJ six llll'uc ill iiidiiieirr. .vii imiiii-n.-i- ' Write fur free rsiinlutlw. No Agin that a large acreage ha Lecn tceuicd tKUll ne iijiiiia uiree weeKg ago i or ami ' and contrait wll shortly l ut for three niclies hick, eight a pieceone-hal- t tne & Sons. drilling of twenty wells to the sa'.t .IrU ortebrac I Long and horns on the i Inches In width. n Jii,, 'i ' rv ii ii ..ii bearing strata. Lexington, Kentucky. skull turn backward and down. Mr A "mnon-llBhtschool fair will be Hoots will present the bone to the 19IC 111. held at Ilurke.vllle Wednesday, Octo- Cincinnati Museum of Natural Hisber 25, under the direction of Mrs: tory. Cora Simpson Payne. School Superina Iteallzlng death was tendent Mr. Cora Wllfon Stewart matter of that tit.Carl Schmidt,but C hours, HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. of Frankfort, and other educators ol old, an artist, e .in routed a wish Slate wide reputation, will bo present. io die as an American citizen. It This Agieement Witnessclh; That Seieral gold pilzen will be awarded passed away In Covington with his in order to protect the uitine on our the students upon conipetltlie tests dearest wish unfulfilled. A close frii-n- J year, we lands for a iertol of thrt nnd a latge ;rod Is expected to nt Df Schmidt .ought to ubtaln nat,irall,a bind ourselves not to limit thereon, nor tend. Hon papers In the I'nlteil State C uirt permit an) IhhIv else to do so. and wo The work ot building the lloone but waa Informed that all the ttaua fuither agree to prosecute with dili- llle Dixie blKhway, between Pine-vlll- formalities would have to lie compiled geuce all rson who violate the gamt- and Mlddlesboro, which Is being' with and Ibat the rule provided for J- - tWWfcujM:- TSSiJ jaw of Kentucky or trespass upon our done by the State Highway Com mis the appearance in person of the appll tu t elou. is progre ing most gatlifactorl!) rant In order to answer queatlmm Innd for the purpose of hunting. And aud If good w. ather continue the road Schmidt as ati art glass decorator gain wo further ague to act as Deputy will Lo compieteii oeroro me ttrat oi i fHI110 t8Uy oma, Ouine Wunkn for tlie urpose of car-rvlthe ear. The ork is being dtuio cn u lg c0ndeiitly oxpected that a out this agreement. K.xct each uoitig' tpCclal hesslon of the Kentucky l.cgis r tin n u oonvict. eventy-niof u have the right to hill rabbits mi emi'lojed In ihe various Unda ol lUlTCi tor the purpose of enacting into our Turin or permit it to' be dene by wurk j rtw3 (Ht, reioinuieiidatloti of the Ken another under our supervision, or the. Make no dctt for a silo without Within a month the dependent re- tucl.y Tux eoininiasloii will be called supervision of some responsible and getting out figures and futures. We laities of two linn killed in Industrial' within the next few day by Coieruor give more and better anchorage. reliable pern selec'rd by us. who, by suit at law-- , beside Htauley. accident The Tux cominUsIon luu Suunchcr door frame. watting from one to three yoara nnd completed It labor and I ready to 'i'lii November loth, li'lf.. door. Steel step ladder, four.Utch ' It. I. Klkin. paying CO ier cut. for attorney' fee. submit It report to tho governor J. K. Uubinsoii, step every 18 inches. Better compura. would run the i bailee of getting noth Tho recommendation ot the commisW. II. Drown, Jno, M, live comtructien throughout. ' lug, aro beginning to retelve coiupen-s-a- t sion, contained In the report, will not W. II. Uurton. Alex Walker, ton on a basis of $1,000 under Ike bo made public until after It has been Get Our Prices T. A. Klkin, lieltkn llfo , Woikmcu'i Cotnin twatlun Ijiw. Tl submitted to the governor, and may K. M. Tinder. J. II. Dalteti. BeloreYou Buy family of another man killed In tb not then, should the governor make Ji4w II. Sith, lKan Hubble, levlilug cciupejis n suggestion tor additional recomtamo luanuer Our ditcia tWpml ol .t... .iJ fit. .1. N. Kom, (!. M. Deshon, t lou on a bai of $2,.Mg.tS. pp.riMi tuie and hhIii fV mendations. tipB,tnitn mf .iWfti Uti moarr t4rt ' MelMr lUrrlMK. II. II. Cox. ny tJocempuiy cn site ye. I Hugh J. W. SWHH , llro. V. M. M ahan. With- -r Hro, Ltt ut pro. If UWff ftfMMt William, Maretw aiai Jim Whit. H. V. WUmot, J. 1. P0. Vnd J . Cotm, I IK', iporated. Mr. Ivul Ctwnault. SILO f( hf'NT1 i W. R. Cook J. . KlM4M, w r. ;cr ,uid. igiKarfman Br, JT. C. Kanaka. vtm furU, Ky. Wn. Q. Ardri" W. B. HoiI! ',VS HHix. T. M. ArwU. It. I'J or 8.1 iMioms All Orders I'minin Atteutin Jno. M Wl .', H. H. Henry, Ac i Itrigbr II. . i , 1). llradshaw 1 utfn : It. L. Darker Oen. Dennett II, Young, president of .he Jefferson Davln Homo Association, announced that tho memorial park, near Itopklnsvtlle, would he ready for! dedication within a year nnd that tho plans contemplated the erection of a monument 351 feet hlRh, which will' bo the tallest In America next to tho Washington monument. ' lonnly Court Days. Kichmond, 1st. Monday. 1 j Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Ilnrrodsl.urc, 1st. Monday. LexInRton, 2nd. Monday, CARDS. J D. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.tlny. Dr. Wm. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. .. L. & N J.E. EDWARDS, M.D Honaker John McRoberts. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Kentucky. John Veterinary Surgeon. r, r l.t J. A. Beazlev rUNERflL Ileea ','',' Three Brown Man ley CULTIVATORS .' u r..i it. TREES Fruit and Shade Types Shrubs, Graice Vinrs, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox. Peonies It. H.F.Hillenmeycr rirs More Silo Less Money Occasions. RmK Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. mm el r' i Not Responsible. Norvous Old Lndy "Xmv, ore you sure ymi have thin medicine mixed llghtl" IVrtey (the tiluiruiacl.it) "No, ina'nni, I wouldn't pi fur ns that, but 1'te pit It mixed the ny the doc- ne Central Record, Thursday Oct 26 19 lb1 ! PAKIHOR'S COLUMN ! i tie IV i lm Mow ttila l in la lol His riclil tor ordciod of our lirnipr iilictllTi. mill la for ml of aioek, stain mihI audi thine. on aa the farmer rntinot alTonl to atier So far as No notice Mil e ai'crnlH uter Imif titvpractloully ll& a, aini will Iw only hi wn la.ura ol the About that lfOat, fprnf cliaigr rtc n it." Slniy Stories. v were 1725. before time imc was seen As lute n. lido letters Ioit Monday, Oct lfitli between were often sent folded nnd sealed. Stanford and Lancaster, a black heifer, IlnvelopoH may lie said to have come weighing about COO or TOO Iba. Liberal Into mo shortly nfter 1841. H. G. Cover reward H. F, D. no 2. Lancaster Ky. Extinct Fivi-Foo- t Mammal. The Anibljpiidatviis one of the most For Sale: Three nice youngreil cows curious of (he extinct species of mamDunn Hros, Markhury Ky. mal. They were the size of the elephant, and had five toes on each foot For Rent for the year 1917. a house ending In hoofs Istead of nulls. and 16 g,cres if frasi, and 20 acres to of these have been found In be put in wheat. Ilnglnnd, but the best specimens hare J. F. Conn, coino from Xorth America. It. F. 1). nol Lancaster, Ky. Is kn Envs"es. u envelopes mikn.nui Enthusiastic Collectors. It has been said that the seeker for rare orchids Is the most enthusiastic My farm of 51 acres for sale. One collector In the world; time, money mile from Paint Lick, close to good nnd effort menu nothing to him. Howschool and church. ever, be lias n worthy rival In the colEiiasSmith, I'aint Lick, Kv. lector of rare stamps, nnd It Is n toss-tins to which would go the greater Timathy Hay For Sale. 300 bales, lengths to acquire a rare specimen. sell as whole or In 10, 20, or 30, bale lot. Fred J. Conn. A Bit Sl;w. "How lire the Incubators getting 2t nlnng?" nked n friend of hN neighbor Flour In sacks and barrels. Hie best who bad recently bought Rome. "Why, Is the cheapest. nil right, I suppose; but although 1 Hudson, Hughes & Karnau. have had them for two weeks now, not one of the four has laid un egg Htjh Finance. yet." Ladles' Home Journal. "1 earned n penny today, papal" "Hrave !xiy and how?" "Mother gnve Complimenting Papa. me ten, and I so veil one I" l'uck. Little Harry bad been given a toy gun on bis birthday and within nn Gaily Tncujht. hour be had broken It. After trying Why tell ine that u man Is a line In vain to mend It be called his father, Fpenker If It Is not the truth that lit- who soon repaired the damage. "I'npa," is siwnklnz? If nn eloquent speaker said Harry, "you nre sinnrter than you Is not speaking the truth. Is there a look." more horrid kind of object III creu Farm For Sale p tlou? Csirlyle. Huh! "It Fays here that n man wn drowned while taking n bnili In n At Home and Abroad. bathtub," remarked the Old Fogy as The Motorist Downtown "I've hnd my car six months, nnd not one cent he glanced up from his newspaper. "Well," replied the Rroueh, "some peohave I spent on It except for gasoline.' ple will Insist on experimenting with The Same Motorist at Home "Mary, Stamp Statistics. trls.li you wouldn't let the children things they do not know anything In nil there nre about 130,000 kinds n bout." monkey with the car. It's cost me a of stamps, used nnd unused, and beLiindred dollars ulrc.idy this month.'" tween 75.1W0 and fcO.UOO different variPoor Diplomat. eties. The collections In this coun"I think the one you refused Is much try, not counting the stamps held by Mtan Fling at Woman Jurors. the more attractive of the two." "I the government and dealers, nre worth "Your honor," In slhery tones said ndtnlt that, but when he something like $100,000,000. All exhihe prop-iseforewoman of the Jury, "we for- went Into ecstnsles over how happy I the bition held In New York city three got to ask which gentleman Is the could make blni ; but the one I acceptof the plaintiff nnd which Is the defendant. ed spoke earnestly of bow happy he years ego, under the nuiplces $3,000.-00Collectors' club, wns vnlued at Hut, ufter nil, do not suppose It would try to make me." Houston makes any particular difference, for rost. we tlnd them both guilty. All the Jury ladles are agreed thnt men who weiir Well.Watered City. Thought That Helps. surh ntroclous whiskers nre perfectly Astrakhan Is half a city of the In old days there were angels who capable of anything." Judge. Aimless brunches of the great enme and took men by the hnnd nnd Volga twist the outlying secled them nway from the city of de tions, flecked with white Falls and d struction. We see no an with rowboats. The big river steamgels IStLLiNC Automobiles Pgwy? from now. Hut yet men nre ledn nway ers come almost Into the heart of the threatening destruction; hand city. This Is the iinval base of RusIs put Into theirs, which lends them US forth gently townrd n calm and bright sia's Caspian fleet. Between the city and the Inland sea the waters spread '(rauiatTxi Uci:r tltum HiatiricniaES taunts land, mi that they look no more backf hut Uuirais, low fsictp, (canonical Cm. ward, and the hnnd may be n little nnd widen until the lower villages nre Not CiiiMio.BurrsoviM Misir. often made up chiefly of anchored child's. (Seorgo Flint. barges nnd houseboats. tit acinTl Waaiip. Wain P 0 oH4g, Bonos. Mm 1 1 wn-terwhite-winge- Optimistic Thcuoht. There Is nothing whlih will no soon SUDAN GRASS IN KANSAS. produce n speedy and honorable pence a stuto of preparation for war. Withstands Drought and Can Da Used For Rotation Purposes. Sudan grass Is well adapted to with- To Keep Inkwells Clean. I The Ink should bo iHiuriil out of lanu iirougut ami is insi Decerning !he wells once n week nnd the wells recognized ns n staple and dependable crop for Kansas, asserts (1. H. Thomp. washed In hot water. son, crop specialist of tho Kansas State Agricultural college. Worth Remembering. ns Knuas Is concerned, In so You can't rub Ink mer others with- points far out Mr. Thompson, Sudan grass out sputtering yourself; neither enn la adapted to practically all soils exyou say mean things nbnut others nnd cept those which are cry wet and not make yourself mean. poorly drained or those which are extremely alkaline or sandy. Soil conditions generally favorable to Sudan Beware Inquisitive Men. The man who is inquisitive Into the grass arc similar to those favorable secrets of your nffiilrs, with which he to the other sorghums. It yields best has no concern, ohould be an object In rich loam or to sandy loam soil nf your inutlon. Men no more desire tbat Is well drained. Thinner and number's secrets to coiioenl them than poorer soils necessarily produce lighter they would another's purse for the yields, although Sudan grass, like the pleasure only of currying It. Fielding. other sorghums, Is nn extensive feeder and Is one of the profitable crops on thin, poor upland soils. Being n naOrigin. English Words of Persian tive of the hot, dry climate. It Is natn Of the dozen or so words In the rally adapted to the relatively dry Kngllsh dictionary whose origin bus conditions of western Kansas, and It been trnced to Persia, orange Is doubtla In this part of tho state that It will less the most common, nlthough the provo of most value. Sudan grass can be used readily In list Is said In Include also the words shuwl, taffeta, chess, caravan, lllnc, any ordinary farm rotation. It Is an dervish, emerald. Indigo, nzure, ba- annual and can be substituted In the zaar, Jncknl, musk, pnrndlse and averago rotation for coru or any other sorghum crop, or It can bo grown In sclmltnr. the longer rotations Instead of the hay or pasture grasses. It Is Unwritten Poetry. not a legume and will therefore not otry l Many people suppose Unit add nitrogen to the soil, nlthough something to be found only In books, Its extensive fibrous mot system con contained In lines of ten syllables tributes to the supply of organic with lllce endings; but wherever there matter. Careful study of Its moisture 's u sense of beauty, or lower, or har- requirements under Held conditions mony, ns In the motion of a wine or nnd examinations of the root system the sea, in the growth of u flower that at nil stages of growtli show that Su 'Spreads Its sweet leaves to the air, dan grass can draw moisture from and dedicates Its beauty to the sun" greater depths or soli than millet, but there Is poetry In Its birth. lluzlltt. It docs uot draw Its moisture supply from as great a depth as do the ordl nary sorghums Some Recompense. Sudan grass Is n crop that mnture Harold was beginning to dlplny con quickly and can often te ued ns a sldernble ability with bis tlts among catch crop. Keratin1 it makes a much Ill better sod tbnn the nnllnar.i annual the bojs In the neighborhood. mother was nnxlous to discourage this grasses and because Its growtli or foil and sa'tl to him one day: "Why. Har- age Is rank and rapid. It has been old, If you don't stop being such a and no doubt will , used to a con lighter, nobody will think nnythlng of sldernble extent for pasture purposes you." He replied nfter n moment's thoughtfiilness, "Well, I'll think n good PLANTING TREES AND SHRUBS deal of myself." Is-- t tho crook nil Inch nliovo ground. Other plants should tc set nt the same depth they stood In the nursery Do not dig tho holes long before planting, as tho esith will dry out. riant standard fruit trees so that when the ground Fettles tho crook Just above the root will bo nn Inch under ground. Dwarf f nil t trees slioul.1 have PUBLIC SALE Having sold our fann and after deciding to move from this county, we will on Saturday, November 11th, beginning promptly at 10 o'clock on the premises at Hyattsville, sell at public auction the follow ing personal property: I strong shipping crate for hogs Is an easy thing to make. It should be well built of southern yellow pine. A neatly built rrnle u shipping tag bear lug the shipper's name and tbat of bis farm often will alii lu selling stork A A Hog Shipping Crate. In case the shipment Is to ho a long one, wire a pan of water In one corner Material for crate two feet wide, tiie feet long ami three feet higlr 11 by 12, for bottom end bounl, I I by 1 tl 10 uprights mid opening by 1010 sides and closed end; by 12-- 10 end; floor nnd bottuni aldo boards; -1 by u- -8 eleats -- Farm 31 21 Progress. Clipping pastures after harvest was found to result In more and better grasses In n survey of the Ohio ex pcrlment station In the southeastern part of the state. The rlienlng of weed seeds Is prevented, nnd briars are reuioicd, so that clover and blue grass may occupy the ground. Usually there arc only n few places In the pasture where a mowing machine cannot be In such caes the scythe Is used. brought Into play. Alfalfa and Dampness. If possible cut nlf.ilfa when there Is no moisture on It In the rorm of lienOutside moisture Is much or rain. harder to get rid of than Inside sap. nnd when present It rpolls the hay quicker than merely being put up green docs. Clipping Pastures. Two horses seven years old, work any where and good drivers; 1 brood mare ten years old; 1 mare three years old, unbroke; 1 Jack, six years old, full 15i hands high; 1 Jersey cow four years old, fresh In November; 1 Jersey cow three years old, fresh in Jan uary; 1 yearling heifer; 1 sow; 7 shouts; 1 gasoline engine, six horse power; 1 blizzard cutting box No.10; 1 Deering binder; 1 mowing machine and rake; 2 cuturning plows; 1 disc harrow; 2 drag ltivators 1 e corn drill; 2 double shovel plows; 1 wagons; 1 spring wagon; e 1 corn shcller; 3 1 buggy and harness; 1 cistern cleaning outfit. Some household and kitchen furniture and other things too numerous to mention. Terms will be liberal and made known on day of j two-horstwo-hors- hnr-'row- s; sale. B. Ham & Son, Hyattsville, Ky. !!) dot-le- d """"' IXSMyd uit Offers Many Advantages For Setting These Out. Trees mid shrubs planted In the au tumn become thorough! set in and well established to begin growing at the lery start of spring. It la much plivsimter to work out of doors lu the autumn than In the cold and wet sprlHg weather Another advantage Is that niirseryir.cn usually are uot very busy In the autumn and fill orders promptly, but lu tho sprlug, when they nre rushed, orders cannot all be tilled at the same time, nnd some shipments must uecessarliy bo made late. The first month of spring Is the most Important growing month, and autumn plnnted stock is sure to have the adrnntage of the early growing season. Fall planting can be done ns late as the ground remains unfrozen. Trim the roots when the trees arc planted, but do not trim the tops until spring. Mound the earth up around tho base of the trees eight to twelve Inches for winter protection and level It down Autumn County Court Days. spring. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Mondny. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Shelbyville. 2nd. Monday Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. 3rd. Monday Nicholasvillc, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday Winchester, 4th. Monday, Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles. 4th. Monday. I I Thoroughbred Sheep. have 50 Thoroughbred Southdown Ewes and two Premium Bucks will sell worth the money. Will sell 25 with buck or as a whole. I v.. I 1 1)1 I I Id I 1:1 .... MEADOW BROOK STOCK FARM. I A. D. BRADSHAW, Prop. 1 Stanford, Ky. R. F. D. No. 4 I (!) AST mm, .si The High Cost of Paper compels us to collect all subscriptions in advance. Unless this is done your paper will be discontinued. Look At Your LaM And if in arrears jjgrUsThat$ if V