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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 2, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916110201_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 2, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. PURE REUOJOS, UNTARNISHED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT. twenty seventh year. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 2. 1916. Frcali oysters st Zimmera. NUMBER 31 FINE STATEMENT. FINDING IT OUT TO HIS SORROW. it? 1 uoinwaiuoi inemisn Get Your SAUSAGE MILLS, n i. iff a. r i n I. ie ; ! j f t inn nnnnnnn iiti BUTCHER KNIVES Wb handle only the beat First Patent The advertisement showing the splenHudson, Hugh's & Karnau. did financial condition of the Peoples Flour. Hank, at Paint I.ick appears In this There will bo a pie supper at Hyatt- - issuo of the Itecord and Is well worth Chapel, Hattinlay night, Novemville anyone's perusal. With a capital and ber Ith , for the benefit of Itev. II. (J. surplus of $30,000 and over, it shows a Smllh. deposit of $107,332.83 as .of October Cremo Dalrv Kenl will make your 80th. Mr. Woods, the genial cashier, believes in a liberal amount of printers cows give more milk, Hudson, Hughes & Karnau. Ink and when he has a good thing, wants his friends and customers to I.ost between the railroad on Itlch-mon- d know It. Hedosen't hesitate to tell atrect and the School building, on you that he attributes the wonderful Wednesday afternoon, a purple cloth prosperity of this bank and the general coat. Itsturn to this ofllce and receive prosperous condition of the community, to Woodrow Wilson and the Democratic reward. Mr. Hughes Is finding out what a tangled web we weave when first we practice to deceive, and will pay the penalty on election day. He will not be allowed to serve Americans and the Germans will soon feel disgust for a man who was so anxious for office ss to be willing to tell his birthright for it. S T 0 Y RECEPTION AT CHRISTIAN CHURCH. The ladies of the Christian church almost to member, are preparing for a reception tn be given at the Christian church next Friday evening, November the third, in honor of the new members that were added to the church during the recent revival. The occasion should bring out the entire membership lor this delightful entertainment and reception and it is asked and urged thnt every member attend. Refreshments will be served and it is planned to have a visiting minister to make a short talk and altogether the evening will be profitably and pleasantly spent. Remember the time, tomorrow (Friday) evening, at Christian church. BEAUTIFUL WED DING DINNER. Mr. and Mrs. George Robinson en- administration. NOW WHERE? AT CONN BROS. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. i Faints- - All Kinds. All Sizes. Window Glass MoRoberts Drug Store v-it uvrn a vr acu iimit Tnn OUR NEW LINE OF I CANNED J j GOODS I are now In our store. None Better Few as Good Our prices have not been increased although there has been a big advance in the market. I DAVIDSON & TOMLINSON. Opera House Nothing But The Best In Pictures. m ti WALLY VAN" Vita-grap- good ihor. Always That ii wa want you to lay about our what program. We strive earnestly far date h That "funny" comedian will be shown at an early that distinction, and we feel that wa har DO Watch For Him. achieved our purpote. People eay of our theater, "There U always a good show there." Watch this space for the nouncement of some of the and best features ever shown in Lancaster. an- After going over the conditions in Indiana, Senator Tom Taggart adherea ROUSING RALLY to his original prediction that the State There was a rousing rally at Herring will go DO, 000 Democratic, and your Uncle Thomas generally knows where- school house last Tuesday night, when an array of local talent swooped down of he affirms. on the democracy of the "cat-holThe Woman's Club meets promptly and gave the boys a dose of Democratic at 2:30. Prompt attendance is earnest- doctrine that they will remember for ly requeated. The members are aln several years to come. The speakers requested to anawer to their nxme at were O. C. Walker, J. E. Robinson, The J. It. Mount and R. 11, Tomlinson. The roll call with a current event. club takea a current event magazine campaign committee is very grateful and those who forget this before com- for the use of the house and if the ing, will And the magazine on Library young teacher could have heard the many compliments paid her on the table. neatness and the patriotism of this Are you willing that the gratifying model school building, we don't think conditions of 'peace, prosperity and she will grieve much over the bench plenty be changed to the almost cer that was broken, by a Democratic tainty of war and its fearful conaequen-ces- , heavyweight, that was the speaker of Ilughea' the evening. In the event of Mr. election? If you are not, a vote for Wilson will help to keep him on guard ALMOST OVER. to maintain the honor of the country A few more days and the tale will be and to ace that American livei are pro told, and that it will be a glorious one tected on land and sea. for Democracy seems not to admit of a Mr. Hughes gave up a $12,500 office dcubt, but in order to make assurance to lead the forlorn hope of a discredited doubly sure Democrats must not relax party. He has no doubt realized dur- a single effort because of over coning his disappointing campaign, that he fidence. Let every Democrat insist made a foolish mistake in giving up a that every Democrat go with him to the bird in the hand for one in the bush, polls and for four years more he will with the cold winter coming on, too. rejoice that he fought the good fight to New York papers will probably in a keep on guard the msn who while doing fw days have in their want columna an so much of value to the country has appeal for work for a statesman out of kept it out of war. Stamp under the a job. rooster and thereby also help to elect the congressmen who have given the The order has gone forth to the president auch unwavering support for leaders in the 11th district to without a majority of whom he would hold up the announcement of the vote be unable to accomplish the great until it Is known how many votes are thinga he has done and has on his pro needed to carry the State. This is an gram to do. old game up there and has been successfully workml more than once. Hut it DR. GANFIELD DELIGHTS. won't be this tin.e. Federal Detectives will be on hand, and any attempt to "What Makes A Town Worth Living juggle the returns, will be sure to land In" was beautifnlly expressed In a the vote stealers in jail. talk bv Dr. W. A. Ganfield, president of Center College, at the court heuse In his every public act. Candidate last Friday evening, under the auspices Hughes nas shown hie antipathy to the of the civic department of the Wom man who earns his living by the sweat en's Club of this city, the house being of his brow, and his love for the man crowded with one of the best representwith a bank roll. Wall Street and the ed audiences ever gathered in the hall. Interests are backing him for all they Mr. J. E. Robinson introduced the are worth, and if elected, he will pay speaker and highly eulogized this dethem back with interest. Vote for partment of the Women's Club for the V ilaon and help to prevent the con' many achievements it had accomplished, the truits of which can be seen in sumation of such a deal. our beautiful little park, of which we It is almost as important to have a are all so proud. Dr. Ganfield has Democratic Congress as a Democratic made friends by the hundred and who President, as the Kxecutive could do will always accord him a hearty welbut little unless supported by a Con come and a glad hand. gress in sympathy wjth him The gen tlemen nominated for Congress in this W. C. T. U. RECEPTION. State have demonstrated their al On Tuesday afternoon at the home of legiance to President Wilson and helped him put over his program of construct the President, Mrs. Kinnaird, a very ive and progressive legislation. Every pleasant Informal reception was given one of them deserves re election, and it by the W. C. T. U. The unions from is the duty, as it should be the pleasure Ilryantsville, Paint Lick and Hubble of every Democrat to roll up big ma- were invited, and the presence of these jorities for them. Their names will visiting ladies was much enjoyed. From appear on the ballot, below those of Paint Lick came Mrs. Smith and Mrs. the electors for Wilson and Marshall, Hammack. Ilryantsville sent Miss and a simple stamp in theiquare ai the Eliza Ison, Mesdames Dr. Rose, Cunfoot of the Itooster will insure your v ote ningham, Kennedy, Williams and for them. There was also present many new members as well as the old regulars SPEAKING AT PAINT LICK. who have been so faithful to the Temperance cause these many years. May afternoon, Hon, John W. their lojalty be rewarsed, and Boon Newman, of Versailles, will address may the great liquor traffic be banished the people of Paint I.ick and community from our land, and the Hag float over in the interest of the Democratic party. the homes free from its awful curse. Mr. Newmun is a splendid speaker and a gooc' crowd should greet him. The UNIQUE ENTERTAINMENT. speaking will begin at 1:30. Friday Mrs. Guy Davidson entertained at a evening Mr. Newman will speak at llerea most unique Hallowe'en entertainment in honor of the "Circle Girls" Tuesday afternoon. The house was artistically A LANDSLIDE PROBABLE decorated in Jack o'lanterns and bright The Wilson sentiment crows snacc as autumn leaves. The rooms were darkened and vuu the duys go by and his splendid achieve-menwere met by a "Spook" aie becoming better understood robed in at the door white, it led you to another and those in position to know the situation are! liredictim? a veritable land door where a larger and "Spookier SKok conducted you to a small bower slide. The President is himself where a "Fortune Teller" told fortunes, thoroughly convinced that he will he as he does not believe that the revealing "pasts and presents" in a voters will permit Hepublicans to ob way that made all marvel at her power. Her revelations we're often so tain power and "make a mess of it." He is riirht. The neonle have already 'appropo" you felt she must be a witch indeed, llright red apples strung across made up their minds to have four more fat and peaceful years with Wilson. the doors and a large pan of water with apples floating on top afforded a lot of Hughes Is out of the question. amusement as different ones tried to bite them without touching them. The guessing game was the feature SILVER TEA. of the evening. On a table were cards The annual Tea at the Presbyterian in the form of small pumpkins, on open church which is always looked forward ing them you found a picture and desto with pleasure by not only members cription, written in rhyme, of each cir of that denomination but others who cle girl. Quite a number guessed them always attend, was well patronized. all correctly, but Mrs. Cahel Denny The church was beautifully decorsted drew the lucky "shortest" straw which in ferns and potted plants. Hallowe'en entitled her to a beautiful little hand decorations were also in evidence. A kerchief. Mrs. Ross liastln drew the delicious lunch was served, consisting "booby" prize, which was a little pin of chicken salad, beaten biscuit, sand urhion in the form of a pumpkin. wiches, colfee and chocolate. . A very delightful afternoon soon A neat sum was realized which is passed and all left with reluctance, but always In the form of a free will offer loud in their praise of the charming ing and is used for missionary purposes. hostess and the original entertainment. e' ' Uur-ges- s. ta E S LORENCJS Make Your Home Comfortable. A No. 53 Florence Heating Stove will heat four and live rooms. Make your home like summer all the winter. tertained at an elegant course dinner in honor of the bride elect. Miss Nancy Walker, last Friday evening. Only the bridal party were seated at the festive board. The color scheme was pink, which was carried out both in decorations and the menu. In the center of table was a large French basket filled with pink roses, the individual ices were also pink roses while the cakes were Iced with the same flower. Tiny pink baskets containing the wedding cake were placed as souvenirs at each plate, the place cards were hand painted pictures of brides and grooms. Both the table appointments and menu were perfect in every detail. Holds Fire All Night. 9 jij Haselden Bros., Lancaster, Kentucky W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, SPANISH CAKE. KENTUCKY'S GIFT TO BEREA COLLEGE In order to further the education of women within its borders, the state of Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. Kentucky, through its citizens, present' ing a handsome building to the campus of Berea College. This building is to accommodate 100 young women who have come from the southern mountains for an education at Berea, and in ad' dition contains dining arrangements for 800 young women, Kentucky Hall, as the new building is to be known, is one of the most serviceable of the newer building at the Berea campus, and its s entire cost, including the and the model kitchen adjacent, is $50,000, of which Kentuckians are en deavoring to raise the full amount. About half of this sum has now been This is the first time, bo far collected. as is known in this section, of citizens of a state as a whole raising funds for the education of young people of its own and neighboring territories. According to President Frost, of Berea College, Kentucky Hall will fill a great need in the education of the worn en of the southern mountains, and it Is hoped that this will be the first of several steps of similar character to further this department of Berea'a work, which has already exceeded the capacity of the college. dining-room- RAISIN POUND. W r m 3D Cfl FRESH OYSTERS, CELERY, CRAN BERRIES AND HEAD LETTUCE, ETC. Phone 20. r o m o O m r 2 MISS IDA MAY GRANT Theo See Currey. 'O c m lAIf Passes Away Al Early Hour This Morning. The announcement of the death of Miss Ida May Grunt, which occurred at an early hour this morning, came as a shock to her friends although the im mediate family have known for several days that the end was near. The arrangement for the funeral had not been made as we go to press, on account of the absence of the brother, Dr. II. M. Grant, who is now in Norfolk, Vs., but this will probably take place some time during the day next Saturday, A more extended notict of the passing awuy of this beautiful character will appear in the next issue of the Record. Border of "Ad" for Names of Cakes. 2 00 COLIDHd r 3T03H0 3ME XS I Hd 3 3riE 3F1F1 CO. Co.) REX GARAGE (Successors to Lancaster Motor Car GOOD ATTENDANCE At Swinebroad Sale and Prices Satisfactory WALTER HAMMACK. Manager. One of the best conducted as well us the best attended sale held near here in the past month, was that of G. 11' Swinebruad, held near Hubble, when he sold everything as advertised at prices that were entirely satisfactory. The sixty acres of land advertised was all sold, S. II. Sanders getting twenty-fiv- e acres at $115. an acre; Green Estes, three acres at $150. an acre; Luther vYsaver, CJ acres ut $120. an acre and a number of three acre lots sold to various parties at from $128.50 to $16G. an acre. The farm containing 280 acres was rented publicly, to Leslie Sloan for the year 1917, for $1,200. Farming sold well. Felix White bought a jersey cow for $C5 and Jack Spoona-mor- e a nice one for $10. Fifteen jersey heifers sold $25 to $40 a head and five shorthorn heifers sold from $25 to $37. a head. Urood sows brought $28.50 to $32. while butcher steers sold at about the market price. All other stock sold imple-ments ED DOURGHERTY, Head Mechanic. OILS, GASOLINE AND ACCESSORIES. Stanford Street. One Block from Public Square. Your Patronage Solicited. 3 well, E3 (( E J L The Central Record, Thursaay Nov 2 19It AID THE KIDNEYS Do Not Endanger Life Wbtn A Lancaster ooo 00000000006 LIVE STOCK N0TE8. Citizen Shows Yon the War to Avoid It. Why will people continue to suffer the agonies of kidney complaint, back ache, urinary disorders, lameness, head achca, languor, why allow themselves to become chronic Invalids, when a teat ed remedy Is offered llien.7 Doan's Kidney Pills have been used in kidney trouble over 50 years, hnve been tested in thousands of cases. If vou have any, even one, of the symptoms of kidney diseases, act now, Dropsy or Brlght's disease mav set in and make neglect dangerous. Head Tou wouldn't like to bo caught out In n blizzard without nn overcoat. Then don't start on a long HOW YOU GET SICK Sometimes you overload your Your stomach with rich foods. life may be an active, one, and thus you may care for all you eat. Hut n few days of Inactivity show your system does not rail for so much. You awake In tho morning tired. Tour body feels heavy; you know you are not up to the mnrk. Your digestion has not cared for the It oerload. Tart of It remains. tho generates gas that Inflames delicate linings. They fall to pour out the digestive fluids and neglect g elements. to absorb tho You know something la wrong. You" body gets weak, and soonre Is offered for some se-ropportunity nines. Taken In time, the Indigestion would not becomo serious. Hrst remove the overload: then soothe tho tho sore membranes; then build up say, weakened body. It's simple t" but not too easy to do. You need help, A tonic that will quicken digestion, help remove wnste, soothe tna soreness nnd nrouso tho system you need. that's Just what enviable record In I'eruna lias nn this respect. It has aided many thousands In tho last century to overrnme'Jost these conditions, and thereby prevent serious sickness. The tablet form Is convenient fn ,,nilA, mlmlnlatratlnn. ..I n i i u trip without n blanket for your this Lancaster testimony: V. C. Davis, tailor, Danville I'lk Lancaster, says: "Mv kidneys were disordered and I suffered from pains across the small of mv back. The irregular kidney action obliged me to arise at night. I have considerable bending to do in my work and I became easily tired and languid Doan's Kid' ney Pills relieved me." ' Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't sim remedy get ply ask for a kidney Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Co., Props Davis had. Koster-Milbur- n horse. Slops that arc allowed to stnnd and sour to the point of corruption make the hog Innlncis unprofitable. It does not pay to carry stock through n long winter, (let rid of It now. A horro M entitled t nil the good time you can possibly show him. winter or summer. If the larger earlier piss nro Dt for market It will not pay lo ns soon feed Ihem longer, at fit. Do not sell until fit. He sure that your flock docs not get caught out In nn enrly fall rain. A thorough wetting will cntie the sheep to snttfilc nil We Have Just Received From The Wooltex Factory Sixty of Their Latest and Best Styles and Finest Tailored Suits in Gabardines, French Velours, Whipcords, Poplins, Bedford Cords, Serges and the Much Wanted Velour. Checks, Which We Have Placed On Sale At CHOICE FOR $25. Most of these are Navy Blue and Black with a few Browns and Greens mostly one of a kind. So come quickly if interested. The regular prices of these suits arc $29.50, $32.50, $35. and $40. EXPLANATORY: When we mnke n statement like this nt n time tif n greiit snir-cit- y ever known of innterlnls anil with mires of all fnlirics uilvanrini! almost daily, we think it needs to he exphinnl how r.ml why we do il- Each year the tirut WOOLTKX factory orciiiiinlates a great many small lots of their fine All Wool materials -- enough of each (o make a few sails, hut not enough lo put on their lines. So to clear ihefc lots out anil nlfo to give tins many Wooltex stores a chance to offer their easterners something extra, they make tip these cloths into their most snlenhlc sole m il divide tlirm among the Wooltex stores at a very low price. We secured sixty sails this time nad that is why we can sell you n f3f 00 Wooltex suit for ?2i CO. winter. oooooooooooooooooo POPULAR METHODS OF FARM CURING OF MEATS (Prepared by United Slates agriculture.) Ono of too most popular ways of curing meats on the farm Is by pickling Packing the meat In n bar In brlue. rcl nnd pouring the brine over It Is less trouble than nibbing In salt by the dry curing method. The urine Is also considered n greater protection against Ilrlno made ot Insects and vermin. puro water and according to directions In tho following recipe's should keep a reasonable length of time. During warm weather, however, brine should be watched closely, nnd If It becomei "ropy," like sirup. It should be boiled or new brine made, A cool, moist cellar Is tho best place for brlno curing. Pure water. Fait, sugar or tnolnscs nnd saltpeter nro nil the Ingredients needed for tho ordinary (tiring of meat. departi-iin- t Buffalo. N. Y. TEATERSVILLE Mr. Jesse Kay was the guest of Mr. Aulton Warren Monday night. Mr. Walker llradshaw and family were visitors of Mr. Tomps Hill and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. B. P. Grow and daugh. ters Irene and Lucile motored to Nich olasville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Stony Sebastin and daughter Grace were the guests of Mrs N. K. Bogie Sunday. Air. and Mrs. Porter Warren and children spnt the day with Mr. George Hav and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grow were the guests of Mrs. Tompson Sebastin Saturday night and Sunday. Miss Margaret Ray the little daugh' ter of Mr E. B. Ray entertained quite a number of her friends at her birth day party Sunday afternoon there were many games played and she received quite a.number of presents. Ice cream and cake were served. They have n o unpleas-- n n t effects form and habits. no 10c and 25c The Penm Co Colunbui, O. Tablets are the Ideal laxative and liver tonic , v of COY Sanders Bros delivered a bunch of GO h?gs to Mr Rubles at 9c. A. S. and J. I. Sanders bought one calf of Mack Coy of Kirksville for GO. MissIona Dunn spent last week with Misses Gertrdde McQueny and Peachie Mae Sanders. L. Cobb and B. L. Sipple were week end visitors of Alfred Owens of Pieachersville. Mrs Mary Sanders cold to J. M. Sanders a horse for $75. also bought one from J. I. Sanders, for $175. Miss lifter Dean of Jessamine was the guest of her cousin, Miss l'oi'-liiMae Sanders the past week. Mr and Mrs John Roberts and daughter. Miss Heu'nli, were visitors r'tiday of Mrs Mary Sanders and family. Bro. Shoulders of Winchester preached two very interesting sermons at Scntts Fi rk Sunday morning and night. Mrs Eliza McMillan, Mrs Mary Sanders, Mistts Iona Dunn and Peachie Mae Sanders were highly entertained "at dinner" Wednesday by Mrs. Phil e SHiRT WAISTS. We have just received many dclajed shipments of fine Shirt Waists and now have a superb collcc-"tio- n of Georgette and Crepe De Chene Waists in White, Flesh, Brown, Navy, Plum, Black, Burgundy etc., at$3.50, $5.00, $6.00 and on up to $12.50. A. B. Bobertson DANVILLE, MT. HEBRON day nlRht. K. & Bro. KENTUCKY. Coughs and Colds Not to Be Neglected Anyone will realize the seriousness or neglecting a coM If he observes results of such neglect among his acquaintances. How often have you heard. "lie caught cold, didn't do anything for It and It turned Into" then some dreaded disease Is named I Ordinary colds yield to prompt treatment at the beginning. That Is why every family should be supplied with a reliable cough medicine one that will heal raw and Inflamed surfaces, loosen the phlegmw allay Irritation, ease the hoarseness and stop the tickling sensation In the throat that docs not permit one to sleep. Foley's Honey ami Tar Compound Is Invaluable for relief or coughs, colds, croup, whooping cough, tickling in throat, tightness or soreness. Krlppo or bronchial coughs. It run-tai' no harmful Ingredlerl fa healing, soothing, efficient a:i I ; basing. cold Everywhere. 2 &tjItOW "THE STOKE THAT SELLS WOOLTEX' ' OP FALU KH.IXI) llOiH. McMillian. Mr and Mrs Tom Hicks, Mr and Mrs Henry Montgomery of Bourne, Mr. John Sanders and Bro. Shoulders were entertained at dinner Sunday by Mrs. Mary Samlets. The meat may be packed In largo earthen Jars or a Uo.ni hardwood bar PAINT LICK rel. Tho barrel or Jar may be tied repeatedly unless meat has Hilled In It. Mrs Uurdett Ramsey spent Saturday It should lie bcaldcd thoroughly, how ever, each time before fresh meat li in Lexington. packed. Miss Maggie Brown of Lancaster, is Curing should begin in soon as tho the guest of Mrs Betty Griggs. meat Is cooled and while It U still Mr Blain McLin spent n few days of to thlr- frch. Ordinarily twenty-fou- r the past week with the home folks. hours after .slaughter nro for cooling, frozen tueut should Mr Win. Turley of Richmond ws a not bo sailed, ns the frost prevents in this vicinity the past week. proper penetration of the tjlt aud un- visitor MUa Mabel Parks of Danville was even curing lesults. the guest of Mrs Annie Brown Sunda). MARKSBURY Plain Salt Pork. Ituli raeh piece of mwit with Mil" Miss Sadie Ralston visited relatives Mr Hogg sold 0 shnals nt "c. cuiuuhui salt ami pack clocely In a Ixir- - at Point I.eiiNell Saturday nnd Sunday. John Royston gohi 10 fat hag at 8c. rel. Let stand mernlKtit. The next Misees Huitna and Ora Kstridge spent of salt and IEyle Isoni sold a mixed lot of hogs day weigh out ten pound two ounce of foltpetcr t each 11K) several days in Lexington the for 7J cents. iioundH of iuc.it Mini dUsohe In four week. The intent son of Mr anil Mrs Hiram salloue of Itolllu water. Pour thW Mr ii. K. Stone and family of liieli I ind lias beon christened Fitom Lee. brine over the meat V. bell cold; (.over mond visited Mr and r D. V. Whit. Rice and weight down t.i Keep It under tito Mrs Ben Hughes and Mis Delia Sunday. brlue. Mtat will paik Uet If cat Into Hughe of Lancaster visited Miss Susan Mr Mrs James Coyle of pieces about six tsulies . nmre. The K Suites, Sunday. tWfk should be ket In tue brine till apent Sunday with Mr and Mrs T"t" Mr. Charles Durban and family of Log.!Iun. L banon spsfit Sonata with Mr James Sugar Cured Heme and Reeen. H? Edwin Walker ef MtllersLuu family. Turner and When the meat la eoKed, ruli pct Mil'itary tostUtM, spent the week en Mm &l Grow and ehUoVeo of Jsatoen plec with salt and allow It to drain with the bane peopte. hnve recently vHted at the hu.no of overulnlit. 'i'bwt pack It In n bam I Miaaea Dvcie UuUalf and Jeai ! ilc u'd'r-- t ta tn wits ttie ha rue Mr and Mr Jvd Clark. ootti o, mtw t " strliw uf tui ro to Paiks. of Paiat Ucfc. Were in (tit!. departed thta IB ta between i?r to pot Mis. Was. Branded. W ;lt mond imi ' aaopping. life Saturday night at 11 o'ehxi, after otrt for eat U Km i.oiiiiJs r meat eigUf O. Ut Huramaek Sir and M tu d an Milieu of seviri.1 years, gfca ted uu pofln h uf salt, in piiumta nt brown s iirar am! iwi H- ;n ot "f a'tretir. chilJt n were costa ef Mr and Mr exemplary christian life. Kph ban n.aek at Haauwek, &ind. Til sutve (Ml In fwir !.' rm .f wntnc pmhv for the sick of tiu m c L!ul covur the tuc: t wtih ibe brinp t..i1l;t(J KifM l!ttd ad Thelmo W'ilsoa wbe in I ihe aflllcUd , men r It will le.nfm-th are atteralinK acheot at Berea vUited bed O'i ."r im 4 .' b..ll the brim - f .re iitp.'. In tbut tO t the home folka Iron Friday until MonU eJ n r jitMiKhl'- l 'ae- It H!n.!(l l i I., r kit) day. tou: i r. u ' t ii' i Carta Wredecnrs G. M, Traadwae and A, B. ' " a' .1 ta fmr Batridgt iiwet WeJneaday with Wine - mps y i. Agues Henderson t her aetne near f by b ( Ltneaau-r- . vast i'i.' Mhst-Mail Idford and filad; a Prrial) were pueetM of Mum Thelui Rich noad Saturday i,m i H'tulrva OB and 8mi.(!v. ti'r i'! Mw Tom Lngndon aud da.urh-- ! Uie miID-deB-- rc Mri. Li Urow nnd littli- - son Scott J day until Sunday. -. Mr. and Mrs. J. Sorrow nrd sons f'1 Ml.s SMd- OnMott hav l,.-- n vie ,ri(, fn(.n(j )f Ja Mr. Irvine Dean left Friday for u thrt"; andjMr. Karl Grow were in Paris for lim. of chicken tH,x the pan week. now at S.mcr.H under tr, . ,0 weeks stay nenr Clinton 111. . the day Sur.dnv. Mr. rtnd Mrs Clayton Humphrey and ment of Dr. Anderson, u ill he la l Mrs. Speuks of nenr Lancaster is (lie Mr. V. L. Grow delivered to Mr. V. dtURhU-r- s Mies Ala and I.ida Here at hear that she is some letter. euest of her son Mr. L. K. Speaks. Kowlaml Sunday to.ee her mother Mrs Mr Ml)I)tK0ltfrv m(.( Mr. J. I. Crawford sold a Lunch of A. Lear a hunch of Ik.rs laH Tuesday . price 8j cts per 11.. Itourne to his mothers farm latt ho(js to Mr. V. A. Lear price Hi cts per m.n .vrs. jno. uoorris .Mr lb. .AicS3rs II. It. Mt".ti;cmery cihI linn, ani ami air. unci .Mrf.li. Ian moved rrom ll.niln nf Little llicknmn cut Grue to the houe vacated l.v i: Mesdatne? Ed and W. L. Grow mid I ticka and fali.ilir ' attended servic s at dUKhl r Midaughter Lucy were in Danvill" Tues- - Scotts fi.ik tvim e u ti ..f relativei here from Kn ' f irmer. i. (3C'l 0 OGO0eO00i$9 a fi o & c f w ttod) 0 9 9 9 o e -- ' wh&t is m mm, sais "SUCCESS" STATE OF BEING In-- t i i i i . - PROSPE tons. - o i c ' . ' i ' ! i i ' ' s 9 nr i 'r J ''I e, ('.. I , t i ' . ion H , r t ' ' ' , Lecsdon, Mrs Dih Wood 'of Sta.foiil Were id-'iiWen J V. 'I wsk vrkl the in llriMrtftiiJd Ml r tiov&t of Mr hf iI ,' mi Ml s Jtrprf hy .i r ' , riiit Inrw , tt.e 9 & 9 ..I f ! I itl.l'O h -n ' ,)f ' . ' ' . f. . tr--f ni.tt ii. i. iSufc. it fi uf t,f' iih .t i i r ilid - V wnw r on W8dy vftni Ta.' pi- iU ' P'- - ' Af'U, il ' , e H. i .f h it.e It. V I'. I . v i " 1 1" i in a Theit If wt 4ws ami Byli proipsrlty now, plea will tome me tell m when proiperily Is here. Never before in our 15 yearn banking, have wt ha4 tac opportuaity tu to you a statement in tuo month of October, a; ,f;ubaUiil Mem Ike one snows a gain, and a substantial clc. Otur eoudcnttd etateir.enl for Octobt r 30th 1910 al'oviV foil ,;6; ' L08M8 , . Capitu!, Scrplns and Profits $ 30,5316 $ 90,513.00 , . Banking House . $107,352.83 DEP0SI1S $ 3,000.00 Cah es Hand & Cur. Fiora Bmka Due Binks $ 2,300,09 274.48 $ 2,000.00 mill F..:5!sccantcd b.-lo- pa;t t.r 3, f ) ' ... .t:t,n't(. it i ViiU.i ' .CSvtC o C m .ii ' f per at M i Met- n fld. sr y . en i ; j m l't!IW. I laitted h .Jth fttritdt t "bosk, tiullliu" SBtMt n .u , dny nickt 4 4tBtftsJ tin aliV I , a. reported, .1 f.J , a u .i M iv and Hi" itciiliy, 'i t !i',I uvu mi. tho e&t'.si' I1 ni.r- - fur i I., !t with a fowl popular yottflR Mv l feed a1',.; sl. tiw . .nt j MiM PlBll Qjodrteh. !e i j Md Mr Thomaa prut. iUrlitrf Goe kh, dird -- ''iUen th" n Mr -, 9 W , and fnil to do business with XI this. ! anV. stand la year ows light. If yon vish to b vfh n bi nk where the Directors do Direct, jreu wher-Mr-security for It:: unour.t they bcrrow, where offlccit ere bwrovvrru otter er- -r vl??rs C if !tU ad Sarpk 5. r i c fHrU i ';. ; lcviv eir deposit and wl)re eveKy. bond courieay mil bt mown you. tct m get a, i ia; c.l. eWesa ie oa la Our Only With, :, e Tt- 9 I'U.iLe' i.f JuuK fo!Ks took hv n.1.1 u. UiunvilW, ctusnut buaUnfio:. K Two rinina AHn tm4. t tHtlMBW &t .Urtetn wrkom. near hew after , , j j 4 ' I h .n ill- - liatllUilll u 2: A . .; Und (,oou umiwr unu pimiiy oi eawatnuui. ... ... lumlJ, The followiHR wer xuvtu ot Mrs 1B ,i,0 i1MVFMMif nearly. . ) In Imrd . ......... AH ... 1.. . 'P..1U.. II..- - iiimi, 1at UIH t llotlilu lit till, tll((- dim rt(iwii vii i damoa Cliarlio Dillon, llou t'ursoa, und kit," rctorlwl tho otlwr. "Itwkon I J, V. Coldlron, Muses I'aya Tudor, hud ulgh on to fu huudreI dolliirn la hunk ono time, hut tin- - doKoiied Georgia end Zella Dillon, I.cll Coldiron, Inten-e- t duuo eat It ull up." Tho and I'earl I'arson. Messrs Glp Mosley l.nmlj. t.. ....,i....i Leslie Parson. 1st. rumrl ivrviets W et lb GM ehuixh on Tues- wsr" . . .... ..1.1-- .. " uiiwnoun. oonai isaing pico at Ilvrou. Blw i suivivcd by mothtr, O father, four tistcta und four brothers. g The syirpatliy of the entire cuimnunity Kces out to the bereaved In their hour of trouble, ItantiMid Oil. . Paint Lick, Ey, )99 o 9 9i i ntj Central Record, Thursday Nov 2, 1916 KM: (!) I (!)! I A REX Theatre KENTUCKY NEWS is 4 CUT TO THE QUICK C) I Every night showing positively the best photo plays the market affords FOR BUSY READERS Kentucky has been dropped from tho irhcdula of tho woman') special train now touring country In the Interest of Chai. K. Hughes' candidacy. The Htato Hoard of Health haa mads tho Mason County Health league a proposition to giro dollar for dollar for all the money raised for health pur-ponIn tho county. Definite plans for tho division of the vast Hoggin estate, near Islington, Into small tracts, probably about 100 acres each, are being formulated by V. C. fif IS rears tha atandard remedr for sit -- Vtn lr. A liquid liaed Your montr TtUtfttm Itch. bark If tha first bottle dor. not bring you nitaC Aik alto about O.D. D. Soap. D.D.D. Eczema lor It. K. Prescription BUCKEYE Thursday. Mr Harrison Hay was In Frnnkfort Miss Klsle Whittakerof Kirksvllle Is visiting Miss Ilarbara (lulley. Mrs. I. K. I'Mwanls has returned from a visit to n.lntlves at Mavsville. Mr It. V. Sanders nnd family wire vititcrs of friends at Nina Sunday. Miss Frances LonR attended Mies Margaret Kay's birthday party Sunday afternoon. Mr J. I I'ralher spent the week-enwith his daughter, Mrs Oscar Ilendren at Cottonburg. Mr and Mrs A. C. Miles spent the week-en- 3Z The Most Powerfully Efficacious Medicine Ever Sold In Lancaster. For almost 8 years COM been used and known with more confidence and satisfaction than any remedial medication known. In fall nature demands the assistance of a tonic medicine to assist the elimination or throwing off of accumulated filth from the human body, and if this natural assistance is dented or not furnithed, then nature will burn up the waste matter, the result being Fevers, Iloils, Itheumatism, Colds, Catarrh, Malaria and Consumption. McHoberts. Lancaster. Ky. I 1 I 8 WITH MUSIC DeLUXE Be sure and see the SHIELDING SHADOW PATHE'S GREATEST. SATURDAY NIGHT. $ (fl I I:) THE REX, F. A. OGDEN, LESSEE. Owning several theaters we are able toshow K rnir. If) rontfi nrimlRslnti. thf r hf-s- I W I and William Warren, William Jennings llryan will deliver iU the opening address at the annual convention of the Intercollegiate Prohibition Association, which Is to meet at the I'nlverslty of Kentucky, In Islingt- PUBLIC SALE Having sold our farm 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: on, present their complaints about the car shortage to Charles C. McChord. of the Inter-ttatCommerce C, December Ixiulsvllle lumbermen will o This dny Commission, on as grunted to tho lumbermen. In one of the greatest and closest fin-I- f lies ever seen In a two anil a quarter mllo race, Plf, Jr, won from Star Hawk In the Ijilonla Cup rare Saturday In of the the featnre event of the lull-uKentuiky raring season for 191S, Thirty two years ago Albert Potts ml hl btother. James Potts, were ep.trateil In the courthouse, riot In t'lm trnutl Neither heard of IhP other they mrt on tho wliarr at Mays- - """ Ian ttceK. cent, for these nenrls onlv a short ttma leimnn llech, ("..", wealthy retired his death. Kentucky s National Guardsmen will prr.Mi.au. was shot to death In his (mire In Ixutsvllle Ills daughter? .Miss remain on the border all winter. In the llecht. sa)s she was nwakencd and opinion of .MaJ. Thompson II. Short, of n l.'ark hand reach from the bath- - the Second Kentucky ltcglmcnt, who I Is In Lexington riMi ii siul tiro. In the Interest of re- ' I'attlo llambrlik. 21 years old. crultliig work In the State. MaJ Short Vt most prominent families said the troops from this State hid renf ..ne ef i Villi al I mil ii ky, died nt her homo ccntly received winter clothing supplies any seven old, Two ' mgtt.iwn When sho was 20 and he believed that this Indicated that b. 1 brood mare ten old; 1 and good ah- - sulTorr-- I ar attack of In- - tho men would not return homo soon. j, .. I. tl :rniyslii from whlrh sho hail Iteports from over the state's petrol-D- old, full old, unbroke; 1 c cum Molds Indicate that rr Is cow four old, hands high; 1 i'apntn i'an.iil II. (!lpe, former corr. rich more prevalent than formerly. Third the cow in Jan- Iivti.l.t I rr K O.Cmnrar), IlrlKht'a IIcl- Outside elcht developed districts, cm- old, November; 1 n dlr- braihig died uf rountle. new drllllne 1 1 cow; 7 gasoline In Owanabiro. uary; 1 Captain (!lpo wat operations are now being conducted In teJ by the Utwenty or thirty power; 1 blizzard box No.lC: l"t - Thtimas whfBntedti.il examiners at Kentuiky rountle.-.- ,(.intern a and (.outborn engine, the Katttwky troops with toial of moro . 1 Deering binder; v.I mowing nuil Hired then-2 ci 'than ISO rigs In Produc- and 'I be writ. tl u of Newport. Ky., a tlon of the old flcMi routlues high, each her-row- s; 2 dn-plows; 1 disc U the 1817 tho plr and tho week getting ft new high record, J two-hors- e 2 double shove! plows; 1 (let tins of nffiiers featured the first ' I'lreemriloyeta In the general efifcee corn In Louisville of I ha twentieth In Louistll! of th I., and . Rallrnsd, rMla two-hors- e wagons; 1 iprir-1 corn S'l-'a- lt annual rnstviiit' ri of the wtde'v known in the .nitu. rKlietl I buggy and hnrncsh; 1 Souu rlely, Uaurbtert at tits Amerk-st- i from active servbe under the age limit HeTotuttoH. rule Md on pension. Those nUrad too IIUiertK-- tm been and household and out la are Charlea Hnvdon. f. P. Huston, Put irdli etuuing Agent; O, W. Prortor. AuUt- twelve KoamrhT aumlaf to . . - . .. . I. .'... 1.' U n lit U r'rm IVtlUM Slawavt a..a In Ika ta a.a.. 'I- .en - have Inn uay Ul laro yeara adultmiwwE-- J lttir of BUb-- i. n.tut and hu -ai b, en Dank! J I..ubp. All tMkt to reavl and write u- -d Mat will Ni taiiat tkie wl'h Uie I cnrin V. uixi Xajshc:. frum Til Hpv. W. W llurnar. tn th fntirtlt '7 to K! y, ars. f a eel!-- : mieh!ar Mo.r .Miij,by. awl farn cr. i M " oveire-i- ' i hu laonli1- - TWrf I ibe-tk "liir-was sh it r,r I k" ' that-t- ' :d vM. il.l ,"tin-- : n; ator a q tarrl oser the '! ne W5t6e. Cap;. A. M, Title, Ky urowlnisi:nn'(Hi iltlag ak nn nexa; iple A vrn. .,'ytin ljiitson iffw; ,rniii " , i of tb uvei .:! 1tl y ,;ng for. vtlie, vhea Mrs. Hut, AI if- t ihat ha been uf tfca ' - w ' l m 3 i..!nry for, al.tr. tire i atthe eai -- i ('..iteuie vh ;. ii Ho- - '; . , rjr-- ' i uf the tttt ', !, l! l.m. 'II t '" n. ..frrr i .' KiaVtvkv WMir vX 'i, i n.. r r. 1 7 e . . h. ii5.it x. i in- - f, a f ., ..it's !iti, ' Tho pool of the Farmers' Tobacco Association, composed of the counties of Daviess, Hancock, McLean and Ohio has been closed. It was stated that 30,300,000 pounds of tobacco had been pledged to the pool. This Is tho largest pool ever organlicd In the Orcen Illver district, and one of the largest ever formed In the State. A campaign In every church of the Kentucky Conference of the Methodist Kplscopal Church, South, will be launched December 3 to obtain funds for building two new dormitories at Kentucky Wcsleyan College to accommodate 400 students and to obtain the remainder of a $100,000 endowment for the college. Federal officers who made an arrest In Newport, allege that an attempt to swindle Reorge Palmer, a farmer, of Mlllcrsburg, out of JS.OOO by a "wiretapping" trick was frustrated. A man Is held on suspicion pending a further Investigation. Detectives claim they found a complcto "wire-tapping- " outfit In a Newport hotel. Moro than 2,000 Cumberland Illver pearls, the largest lot of pearls ever seen In Iliirkesvllle, were sold thero at public sale to C. It. Hicks, an attorney, for the sum of .". 12. These pearls were tho property of the lato Hiram QfnfA-- 1 It la o .1 It.nt tit.l.n ntta U4 a "lttllii IT IS LEGALLY GUARANTEED that Is, every box is packed rnd backed by and with Legal Guaran tee that gets your money back if fails to do what you expect it to. is pure, sweet, fresh, Itoot and Herbs three boxes for $1.00. Each box makes a full quart of medicine, thus compounding a lasting searching tonic, body and blood builder, superior to anything of its kind. For indigestion, gas in 'he stomach and bowels, kidney and bladder troubles, nervousness, weakness end malaria, is the remedy most excellent. Why not go to Stormes Drug Store at Lancaster and get a three months treatment of for $1.00. Legally guaranteed, also get 25cts worth of SCIENCE SOPE, made for Human Skin Only and commends itself with own purity and sweet ness. You should also remember to get a 25c bottle of DAKOTA JACK'S COWBOY 1INIMENT for pains, cuts, sprains, biulses, burns, etc., as used by Ranchmen, Cowboys, Scouts and Indians. No home should be without it. All people can buy these remedies at witn Mr and Mrs G. N. Miles at Nicholasville. Mrs Nora Teater has returned from a visit uf several days to Mrs Forest Curtis at Uryantsville. Mr and Mra liurdine Peel and Miss Mayme Crutchfield of Nicholasville were guests of Mra Iliram Itay, Sunday. K. W. Sanders, Ilronson Locker, Robert Long and son Willie P. were in Danville shoppinir, Wednesday. Mr and Mrs Hugh Kurtz. Mr and Mrs J. M. Amnn, Mrs Robert Long and Willie P. Lonn attended the Walker-Burto- n wedding Saturday evening. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Dakoto Remedy Co. Jack-White-Moon liKYANTSVILLE 3Z Mrs N. P. Cobb has been quite ill for several days. Mr and Mrs J. C. Williams and children stent Sunday with relatives at Ilurgin. MY nnd Mrs Lee Ilagnn of Lancaster Sunday with Mr. nnd Mrs Waltei Arnold. Mr. and Mra. G. H. Rose are upend-ingseer- 3723 31 Wist Broadway, LOUISVILLE, KY. 1L 1 C DC FtfO fctate Ccrtilieates. J. s. RICHMOND, KY. weeks with relatives at Jackson and IJooneville. Mrs Jennie Kennedy of Preachersville spent several days last week with Mr. und Mrs. M. O. Kennedy. Miss Hesie Caldwell and Mrs C. M. Dean spent the week-en- d with Miss Caldwell'a parents in London. Mrs James M. Frasa left Friday for Okluhoma, where she was called by the serious illness of her sister, Miss I.ee v , Valu" In nil Publlu Schools of Kentucky, bpeclal Courses and I'evlew Cour.-ituition Free to Aptiointees. Two splendid dormitories, new model school, new manual training building, practice school, department of agriculture, a well quipped Domestic Science. First Term begins pynina-Imi- i. September 7, Second Term November 10, Third Term Januarys.!. Fourth Term April 5, Summer School opens June 14, Catalogue Fre. f. ,.. cntlllli:, freilJeni. A TRAININU SCHOOL FOR TEACHERS Courses lending to riementarv, Intermediate nnd Lite years work wherr horses years man drivers; Jack, six years three years years Jersey fresh ir 15i Jersey fresh three years yearling heifer; shoals; cutting six horse machine rake; harrow; 4 turning drill; wagr: shelter; 3 cistern cleaning outfit, kitchen furniture other things numerous mention. terras mu uciiycrmnu .ur sale. t Terrill. Dr. and Mrs. J. Ii. Perkins of Stanford, spent last week with Mr nnd Mm l'.. V. Perkins nt their home in tho Draw A Check i country. Mr ami Mrs W. T. Woolfolk and Mim AnnH Lee Wolfolk of Lexington, wore over lnt week for a fliort visit with Mr K 'in II llallaul. Tl.p ir.n.bers of the V. C T. I'. hfld iheir r. gular meftint! Tlmrwluy afterneon. Mra niiaauetb Burgeas ami Mr" M. f). Kennedy both read vrv in-- t. re. img papers. Mr and Mm R. L Kortoti. Dr Mia Ii. C Hese, Mra FJlia II. Bal'an!, Mi. Msyme Ballard. Mr and Mra J. Hegan Ballard atter.deti tha Walker llnrton Wedding nt Lancaster y fur the inuney yott ov e utul note how much more respectfully your creditors rc- l;ta it. hu .lir.l ,,., Tt.a.. iinL I., .'r. ai'l.1 mi' has nn business with a innn who account at the inl ' 5 : Gmtd Bat The; kn.iw he is rrjien such en il i & Trut Ct. ad .mg I -.s f unt 'rrow all r'ubt. . a. uiiii. i n in a biinirrea way. Bettar if j ur atTaira are not iatae. Thv likav 2V!ant, :: vattlig. .!trdy The u rat u Bank & Trust Company B. Ham & Son, atts fn -- aoaraej Aact. far no;i- Mi OF U I AXC. yU:i. Ko'i Bt"r. !!t ; - C,-- , , 4 IL it ":'Tli. - f n am j ii-- . v ! fit bffl Or- M pii !!.-- : - i ".ihln t ' d,.y. I i.fWtlpi.t '! : n'. .irt .... .'(' ' .. ly .... . ! : Osp'l,! $50,7)00 lit.- - r!.;,i di' J. ie'i ' ' i (iff x Hi fi ll fi .. e, it' I In V-- iitm-ki ,.!'. d r I Ii i ifsiia ir? if X- ftSf.' n mst thy , will , i.fy cxr Rl If I Kar .11! .T'llm i t jt for." '' t,it t!l T1 .,4 ii i.4 "vi. in vi t b; pr. . iKb rt al fc. n 1'!. t'.'i !iv..a in ,r Lor 'ccuntrv, 'jt.- cruPi,s 01 hi t'o n'ovlii, fro;;, tltc iou.' a The ar.t' ca I' ! :mat, A.t('u. 'A'. j. i tl an.' I hte - .'! I 'A '"tr, ' n. ' AIM i .r.t iL 1 in M. ' .1 tr C. r. Wt SI;. or i.. r'an SUt 1 " ' fl8t 4v. ii'. a. a tl a ij od t ,t he, i.i; a at l l( ' !T.' ' T1 I tie , t Ik i si . - rm e - M'a5tv i for i i i i cl vaeUoa tt.:n at a" "use i!c .) ' wVu Clilef cHtinitt Ii. '. an tBiuiutli-MU'f it rar,4'i ';( fin i'lii nl i. t ' ill, ci t'.a n ' . p,i On'n ! th" li - j" Of 1! I'ti fr !:!"ifii'.- il I r HI' .s itrif. t si tht- - rider. Wt tl in-,- In tL" r ar : f to tletk v, r. 1 i.. f ' H1 l' , ; r 5 I I'." t ' r .' v . t i , i r . m, ', j.'!r.t "hi lni!m.- roc toTI. ..s.Ii.j, HI Rl 1: f 1 a fr Jf a l ' .'. 1 ')' ' . ,. s, i i,J.i; , it), 11 4a, jfhfri-k.'avot!n. I a .((Jilt, (try. Mar 13. i F.t(arii u:'y tv.a 1 nn. V: IS iSjyd !' y. V in S ttui.t.ir, June f.'attil t!.' ii l!n i. 11, m .. .; -- .' netlm ''ttv ii ti b'.'um fn III lift4 .;:; . Th-ir- I. (5 t f fa "a !!'(JJ ' e v. . a .o -- u--. e Khn, , th m Iv kn ujj hi I ill, ' He t '.!ii- -' 1! ! .1 M 4 ... m n r JjlESsVkMPMGW'MQP UcalCUm tiirii .1 Ju!v 1, li'o., nit's lite ll'e of CIr Ct-- tt Sho taat'waeli hik . IMaa'e.t a .of'al araBd u; W Ut KTnt .iBihlUK at two nenTM la, fnviatl-- j PaJotah, If he did ttJt tu tile racftlvaji, Ttta letter was Ctthw, aM tW UM Vase) Jarr ana. will, riacMl Wfora tka Pedeial araaul. to a 'i 1, .'t,ttO ' 1!, BaatWttiO'i, iii, ri nt r C i rnihi ftcM-Clf- C 50 Nftfth 23rJ Street. PhiUttel.iIiiti, Pa. Jacob SchulzCompany IneoriHirali'd, laktt oa the IUIboU Ceatral near Owenaboro, l,sM fish were Ukatv ft.iiu laa ilarlow lakaa ia. Mallard eouaty and skip, od la if ciat ear. The fteh were ia .lmr ot fhate Uaaia Warden Httl. 11m Uh v.eie rrappiw, twh bass and arcn Tkr will attalu lltetr full trowth lu tut ymra. To atoek j . S' tilfUU i . i,s r "bum 'hat tl piaut haa a m y in p cap fur a U time. Only he roots fe aat). icats sr uwil. l us.ci s.sim DtatrUt Attwaey I'miy U l.ler naiumn.eJ .ha ietait. ment at Wn.t)lut'..i had tlrurted him to aauUta th- iiauwa, e orl-- ln sail derttuwioM f iuj- rlW od ai othor rater fam m atatva, partUulaily Alaaama, au4 Kentuiky, wk tweittly may bate paast d tbuub IuUtllle tu etthera atalv. Tha irai taicut. It M a uoumeJ, will cndwiVor to lean wheiher tltt eaolu was due to at-tractive wa uttis or to othr la III t u r.ttui liai m tft vhhb . I'ent'.f'tS' si' il fiy can H Ltown, S3 to Sou.h valubL- - of ail, u our mums Am as low a, In-l- - 2. TO 35. PER ft i eqfttal to aaj . tmt tbc )nd will produce one crop of riUcd on the highest priced land in KenlMeky and fbei. produce two more crop oh OiftsawelaMtl, the sane year. "Thinking It over" is fill very wellbut "pulling It over" Is what counts In this world. Write me for fur- gi-i- Souta-rallroa- rie Uueiit ee. " j Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 33'J-F All Occasions. ' Joffercoi. School lair. 10a, a -- Law. ! 13 or 83. All Orders Receb'o. ProniDt Attention WWFJSilSiSSS&filfc j ... A .tott, .MirtfaiuJ ir Tt",'n- ir I l.fEil TblaUla1tlaU-fHi il h. Ill I'.iri.u. T'lll' it M'aJ,a V'urtlll i.l.lrtf .0. LkUOatUiU I. I 1IU 'tui, I mm uwijit, b'r. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. rui nU.ljf U . IJ Isl tfliaU njjorr rcwiEPabxi., sx The Muettlim whtther a 1 and Watt dofonted In n ivtrty primary has a ilaht to rim ludiixiiidputly for the name ntlke In the ensuing getieral olretlon Is bvforu the Court of Appals In tho case ot t. W. Napier ngalnst It. II. Hub erts, irom Leslie county. Huberts, wh'i was ilefeatd by tho Itepubllean nomination for Commonwealth's Attorney y In tho Thlrtr-seroiidistrict, ran and defeated Napier, tha Napier conteitcd nominee. tho election. He lost below anil ther information. Care Central Record. Singleton. The Central Record, Thursday Nov 2 1916 TheCentaal Record INCORFORATID. ISSUBD WEKKLY. Northern and Home grown seed rye. Hudson, Hughes A Farnau. AUTO HITS FOX. A new method of tox hunting was discovered by Roy Wilhelm, a Danville chauffeur, on his way to Danville from Lexington a few nights ago. Mr. Wilhelm was driving his car at good speed near Brooklyn Bridge when a big red fox jumped out of the underbrush, almost in frcnt of the automobile. The animal was bewildered by the dazzling lights of the machine and attempted to keep out of danger by running up the road, making no effort to get back into the sbelterof the road side, and in a moment the speedy ear had run over him. Mr. Wilhelm took the trophy of his chase to Danville and plana to have it mounted. Danville Messenger. IL00 A YRAR. Aunty Toxin Bf F. A. MITCH EL TELLS CAUSE OF SEASONAL ILLS Ron Down Health Makes Body ' R,L " J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. KLKIN. Local Editor and Mfir, t Hie I'otl Office Id at fcrrond CIUM Hall Mailer. ioltrtd lnetiir, Association lumber Kentucky and Fmi EiRhth Oiatrlet Publishers League. "Sam," said Dr. Walnrlght, "las night t heard considerable cackling In my chicken house, t hope you bare not been tempted to" l o tie i.awi, .Mars Doctor, I unden t looked uotblu' from yo' chicken house More Liable to Disease. Expert Service One of the reasons a few of (he lt high priced, merchant tailors in some of our big cities prosper Is because of the service they give. seventy-flve.dollar.a-su- STOMACH USUALLY TO BLAME Lanajltr, Kr., NotunW 2, 1916 or County Offices lo.oo tor State and District Office 15.00 10 For Calls, per line For Cards, per line 10 NO ILLITERATES IN For all publications in the interest of individuals or expresTWELVE COUNTIES sion of individual views, per line 10 Twelve counties are free of illiteracy, Obituaries, per line 05 according to Mrs. Cora Wilson Stewart, who attended the teachers' convention, She said: "forty thousand adults have been Democratic Ticket. taught to read and write in the two and one-ha- lf years we have been work ing, anu we pian to teach 25,000 more in the next year. Leslie will be one of the counties to be free of illiteracy anoiner year, anu that county. In pro portion to Its population, is the most illiterate county in the state. A thou sand people are being taught there For Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and CHv Uiai . . .$ 6. 00 President WOODROW WILSON, of New Jersey. this year." at all." "I'm glad to hear that, .Sam, prlncl pally on your account I'm eziicrl mentlng on those chickens, and It would be dangerous for any one to eat one of them." Bam looked uneasy. "H'ha" yo' mean, Mara Doctor, by sperlmcntlu' on 'enil "That would lie difficult for me to explain to you, but I'll try. Do jou know what au antitoxin Is?' "No, Mars Doctor, I never done heerd about any woman at all by de name o' I know Auuty Tucker, but I Toxm. don t know Aunty Toilu." "au niiuioxin Isn't a woman. Sam. It'a something to be siren to head off disease. We put something containing the germs of tlio disease Into a rabbit, a guinea pig or some other animal, and this glres It tho disease. Then we take something from the body of the animal aim inject It Into the body of a person who has boeu exposed to the disease, nnd this prevents that person from baring the disease. Having no rauuus or guinea pigs, 1 bare placed fever germs Iu one nf the chlrkeui In my benbouse." Human Machine Falls When Digestive and Ellmlnatlve Processes Oct Out of Order, Yielding Poisonous Waste Instead of Strength. Building Nutriment Tanlac Expert Talks. Man) Ills lo which people are especially liable at this time of tho year are direct results of a disordered stom ach and deranged digestion, according to the Tanlac health expert. "In a majority of case those who surfer from sickness must blame their stomachs." he said. "We must remember that the strength of the body comes from the digestive system. Food Becomes Poison. We Give Expert Service Here We don't pester you with aiot of questions. We know how a man should look. And we give him suit that will make him look aa he should. We clothe him and relieve him of all responsibility. And he Is satisfied. Try us and see. mws - For Vice President THOMAS R. MARSHALL of Indiana. FOR CONGRESS. SOME TOBACCO SHOW To Be Held onr "The little ono on de chickens .Mars Doctor, which did ro nutriment la Bale Grass Capital Latter HARVEY HELM.ot STANFORD, KY We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Higgins a candidate for County School Superintendent of Garrard County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary August 1917. We are authorized to announce J. 0. Bogie, as a candidate for the Deraoc ratic nomination for County Court Clerk, primary to be held August 1917, we are authorized to announce Jeptha Onstott a candidate for the democratic nomination for County Court Clerk, subject to the action of the pri mary, August 1917. We are authorized to announce E. U, Ray as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Assessor of Garrard county, subject to the action of the part of November Of general interest to tobacco grow ers is the announcement that there will be held in Lexington. Ky pn November 23, 24 and 25 the Lexington Burley Tobacco Show, at which growers from all parts of the district will be invited to complete for prizes ranging up to one hundred dollars and aggregating one thousand dollars. Never before has a tobacco Bhow of such proportions been held. As a rule tobacco shows are a combined wite exhibits of farm products and the tobacco comes in for hut little consider ation. Differing widely from the usual practice this show to be held at Lex ington is for tobacco alone, and the amount of money to be distributed in prizes makes its success assured. Aside from this it has the backing of the Kentucky Agricultural Experiment Station, the Lexington Board of Com merce, the Lexington Rotary Club, the Lexington Tobacco Board of Trade and the prominent men of the Blue Grass sub-issu- e Sam rolled bis cjes about, at Mat . iug mem imploringly on the doctor. .unrs uoctor, I reckon I been ixwed to de fever. Can't yo rlb ma some ou do antitoxin' vnat makes you think you have ucen eiiHuetl to the fever?" vwiy. .Marse Doctor, las' nlcht uheii I was comln" homo from de cake walk l pasird tiy yo' chicken home, an' I sor yo nine speckled hen aettln' on de sue looked so tnirtr dat I ruosi. couiunt help puttln' ma hand Iu an' smoothln' de feathers." "That wouldn't give Ton the fever. hen." n "When the supply of nutriment needed to keep tile human marhlno falls, the food which should have civ en strength becomes poisonous waste, 'The stomach has been called 'Uie chemical laboratory of the body: There the material tnken Into the body Is rendered Into blood, bone and mus. cle for permanent health, vigor and vitality. Tic surcess of Tanlac as an aid to digestion, assimilation and the functions which dispose of waste matter has been proclaimed by thousands. Restores to Normal. Tanlac Is a vegetable remedy, de signed to feed whllo It heals sick, sore stomachs, and to bring back the digestive system to Us normal, natural work. Thus health Is restored, yield Ing energy, ambition and vitality, and giving that feeling of completo well being necessary to the full enjoyment of life by every man and woman. With the health and strength tiiat Tanlac gives, people are less subject to disease. Thousands woo have tak en Tanlac are grateful because It made them well and kept them well.' Tanlac is being introduced in Lan caster at R. E. McRoberts. Tanlac may be obtained in the nearby cities. Taint Lick. J. N. Metcalf; Dry. antsville, Becker & Ballard; Little Hickman, Collier and Bruner; Berea, S. E. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug More; Junction City. Reynolds and Evans; Richmond. H. L. Perry & Son; Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros ; Burgin, G. Schoolfield; Danville. John S. Wells. Lancaster. R. E. McRoberts. and W. C West. Silver Creek. STAUNTON ffnrtrtySranhailflUira skeleton lined, lower pockets patch with flap, breast pockats patch, small shoulders trousers narrow. Mam, you." wim a twinkle In his eye. "However. to make sure, I'll look Into rour blood and see If any fever hns got Into Yo' look In ma blood. Marso rw. tor? How yo' do dat?" Did you ever hear of the X rav. said the doctor reassuringly and PARKS & HENDREN Incorporated. CO. Sam?" Primary, August, 1917. With the November Term of theGar-rar- d Circuit Court not a month off there are only ten appearance suits on the civil docket. Out of so many transactions incidental to the business of an active community like Garrard county to have only ten law suits would indi cate an unusually healthy financial condition as well as a high sense of busi ness obligation among the people. Rut the astonishing thing about the ten Numerous features of entertainment right, suits is that eight are for divorce and have been planned, and it is the desire 'But Ruppmlu'." gaped Sam, "dat seven out of the eight the plaintiff is of the promoters to give the producer de chicken had de ferer?" the wife seeking a dissolution of the an opportunity to see a part at least of Sam trembled. At the same time he marriage contract and asking for the process through which the tobacco was thinking of what the doctor had This is quite a striking evidence has to go, before becoming the finished told him. "Marse Doctor," he ald at last, "yon that while general business contracts product. said dat you gib do fever to de chick are being satisfactorily carried out bein oraer tnat all may he on an equal en, dldn' yn'?" tween the contracting public the mm iu avoiu loo great compe "Yes." marriage contract is a subject of grow- luuiuiKthe uurley tition belt has been divided "An" yon gib de rhleken to de pus- ing litigation. Of course the relative into eight districts as follows: District son wlia hub l.ren pioeil to de fp numuer oi uivorce suits are greater in No. 1, rayettecounty;No.2. Woodford vcr?" this instance than usual but an in franklin and Anderson "Ves." counties; No 3, spection of the courts docket here and "I was exposed to ile fever by Jessamine, Doyle and Mercer count! elsewhere will show a constantly in- No. 1, Madison, Garrard and Lincoln smoothln de little speckled hen's tedders. Yo' gib do fever to do little crease ratio in favor of divorce suits. counties: No. 5, Clark, Montgomery speckled hen; yo' gib do Utile The divorce is a menace to society, and Bath counties; No- - C, Boubrbon, speckled hen lo don me." and public sentiment should not permit jNicnolas and Harrison counties; No. 7, "You mean, Sam. you took tho lion the marriage contract to be treated scott. uwen and Utant counties; No. 8, without asking for her." lightly. Dissolution of the marringe the remaining counties of the Burley Ttinyway, .Mars Doctor. I can't gll bonds should not be disolved for light de fever, 'cause hv I gut do antibelt. and trivial matters. Separation beSamples for display shall be com- toxin." tween husband and wife should not be posed of twevo hands Tho doctor surveyed Hie darkv nltb each of lug, Hash, countenanced by the courts save for evident amusement. unniii leal miu reu leai. Awards are good and sufficient legal reasons and Sam," ho sold, "there hit those who to be made on the four grades as a public sentiment should hold to a strict whole. A first prizo of $25 00, second maintain that tho negro Is Inferior In tellectually to Yon have maintainance of this rule. of S1R.0O, thiid of $10.00 and fourth of proved yourself the whites. a more than match for Formerly neither the husband nor $5.00 will make a total of thirty-tw- o me. If your honesty were e'Hial to wife could testify in actions of divorce, prizes. In addition but in 1912 the Legislature of this state of $100, $50 and $25 three grand prizes your Intelllgpiioe and your capacity for will be contested work equal to either jmi would be n rnaije what appeared a( that iint to be for by the eight divisional winners. homo sapiens." a very just amendment to the law of "Wha' dat, Murs Doctor?" For the best twelve hands of allowing both tin husband and evidence 'The highest grade of human being cigarette wrapper, all of the district You may go." wife to give their respective sides of competing prizes of $50, $35 and $15 are That will do, Sam. Sam walked languidly to the door the nuptial grievance in court which offered. For the best three stalks of , but turned, with hand mi the we observe has been an encouragement Burley tobacco grown anywhere in the knob. to divorce suits. The courts can disdistrict $50, $35 and $15 will be given. Doctor, air yo' sure eatln' de '.Mats courage divorces and the many and All samples will remain the property speckled hen will keen away de frier growing applications, by being rigid in of the exhibitor to be disposed of as wha' yo' gib de hen?" the requirement of proof. The increase he may see fit at the clo?e Not absolutely. Let me know If of the exin divorce suits is a matter of public hibition except the prize winning sam. you don't feel well," concern. Ham went out, but Iu au hour return pies, which will become the property of id In a bad flight. the show. Law .Mars Doctor, I gn The people should finance their own Full information regarding phizes ilo fever sho'l" politiclal campaigns. With the interest conditions, etc., may be had by commu Tho doctor, who had designed to try that the democrats of Garrard county nicating with M. C. McDowell, secreIhe H)wer of tho Imagination, exam have in the reelection of President tary, G20 South Broadway, Lexington, ried the patient anil found htm a Mile we feel that there are many who Kentucky. Ho gave him some sugar toverlsh. would like to contribute something to mil water lo take regularly every hour the legitimate expenses of this camAs an Encore. muring lihn Hint It would cure him. My Utile nephew, Howard, two aud paign. Let every democrat who feels It did, ami It iilo cured Sam of help able and inclined participate. A few a half yeurx old, hud Jut been tuught Hig himself to tho d:tors chickens dollars from jou may play an important the evening pruyer, ".Now I lay mo I'lio darky never again offended. part in maintaining peace and prosper- down to sleep, etc." On coming to thu ity in this country for next four years. end of It lie Willi, "Now, iiiuiuiiiu, let's Imve uncilher little piece. 'Little l'lfches Not Really an Escape. Make your contribution to the Chair- In the Brook.' "Cleveland Lender. We often think that. If we hud been man, R. L. Elkln at your earliest placed In the mine dllllcultles which we see overwhelm others, wo could "Qhoit" In the Movies. Hobble uud bis futher went to a have gut out of them. Just to; we Let every Democrat go to the polls ruovlu show; they camo Iu Just la might liuvo bijueezed, or wriggled, or and constitute himself a committee of time to bee tho end of tho lust reel, crept out of u ikmIiIuii from which uu- one to sen that the careless or overcon- thonlug where the villain get shot. other who would not stoop could not fident do likewise. Kentucky is a Dem- Starting on the llrt reel ogalu. Hobble i live excuped. if eniuiie taken Dm ocratic State and will remain so, If khouted out to his futher. "Dud, there form of a temptation, they do not es- Is the deud uiuu's ghost I" Icupe. Mury Choliiiondeley. every Democrat does his duty. hi-Wil-so- section. The show Is for bona fide produces only, and none other will be allowed to complete, and all samples must be of the 191G crop. In addition to the ex- hibits of fine tobacco it is planned to make this a gigantic three days con- ention of tobacco growers to discuss improved methods of producing, curing and marketing the crop. Men of national prominence in the various branches have been invited to attend this gathering and lead the discussions. No. Marse Doctor. I neber beam oh de X ray. Yes. I did too: I mr ntr. tures In a book ob a man's hand show. In' all the bones." That's It. I'm going to look Inside of you to sec If the fever Is there." Tho doctor was a specialist, and ev ery one who has ever consulted a ne. clalist knows that be Is eoulnne.! with devices for looking Into everr crevlco In tho human bodv. Si ran. ping nn electric light to his forehead, he told Sam to open his month wide. Then, putting n lens In hi, own eye. he held down the darkey's tongue with an Instrument designed for such a pur- pose and looked down his throat. "Sam," he said, "there' chicken meat In your stomach." Sam turned pale, but said nothing. "If there was nothing the matter with the rhleken you iie you're all Style Leaders. Danville, Ky. 100 YEARS OLD With the remarkable record of hav ing established over a hundred and twenty s thousand through out the country, with a half million teachers and five million scholars, the American l Union is now preparing to celebrate its one hundredth anniversary. The soci- tv has issued an interesting pamphlet its history and work and also a leaflet entitled "Sunday-SchoPioneering in Rural America" Tne latter relates some of the amazing ex periences of the Society's missionaries in the wild and undeveloped sections ot the country. Both of these pamphlets will be gladly mailed upon request to all who are interested in knowing more about this unique organization which stands alone and unequalled in cominu nity development work in rural Ameri ca. The headquarters of the Society are at 181C Chestnut Street. Phil. Sunday-SchoolSunday-SchooJnct-rnin- OF adelphia, Pa. THE LAND OF SUCCESS. DO YOU KNOW RESIDENT Saturday, I PROPERTY That in South Georgia a hog can be fattened for the market at of what ll costs in the one-thir- d corn-belt- ? DO YOU KNOW That in South Gcorgir a steer can be fattened and marketed for about on half of what it costs in this section? DO YOU KNOW mat in south ueorgla there are green pastures the whole year round and plenty of water may be had at a depth of from 18 to 25 feet? DO YOU KNOW That in South Georgia a crop failure is almost impossible for the reason that some crop can be planted in every November 11th AT TWO O'CLOCK. rconth of the year? DO YOU KNOW the highest and best bidder, the residence now occupied by G. C. Rose, on Lexington street. This property is located in the best resident district in the city and within same square of Graded will sell to That in South Georgia more money I ran be made on crops such aa potatoes melons, calbage, etc., than in any other section of the United States?! The reason is that such crops are! marketed in the big cities of the East and tho railroad rates from South Georgia to those big cities are very I much less than from any other part of the country where early crops can be I grown. I School building. THE LOT IS 945 FEET FRONTAGE FEET DEEP. AND IS 426 DO YOU KNOW That In South Georgia a climate su perior to that of California is found? Balsam from tha pines and salt from the ocean laden the air bronchial and ASK lung troubles can THE DOCTOR! not-W- The house is strictly modern, practically new, with every convenience and constructed of the very best material. TERMS of sale: One-thir- d cash, January 1st. 1917, when deed will be made and possession given. Notes bearing six per cent Interthe balance. Those est payable in one and two years will be taken-fowill be shown upon request. desiring to look at property before sale Sale to take place at residence. r Schools and Churches. Land $12.00 to $35 00 per acre. M. R. SINGLETON. For further information, write. Lancaster, Ky. Care Central Record. I Mrs. Susan Fisher. Lancaster, Ky. Our flour ia guaranteed to please you ot money back. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. The Central Record, Thursday Nov 2, 1916 ft i ISSSaaaaaariaaaaaas. New Shipments of OUT OF EVERY Q Betty Wales Is Here, See the New Betty Goats and Suits arriving daily in all the newest colors and clothes. There is much pleasure and keen satisfaction to be gained by a visit of Inspection. The One Price Store. FACTS C& FIGURES MEANS MORE THAN WORDS. If there is any doubt in your mind, where the Ladies Wearing Apparel is being &old in Lancaster, ask your friends where they are buying. The result will verify our record that Eight Out Of Every Ten are buying at up-to-da- te Wales Dresses in the check up to date models. Our values in Dresses from Josephs Where Satisfaction Is Guaranteed. Miss Annie Mae Walker has returned to her home in Itichmond after a weens visit to relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. II Simpson, and Mr. and Mrs, Wm. Simpson visited i;i Danville, Wednesday. William At $7.50 to $15.00 can not be beaten House of Quality. J. R. Mount & Co., Solicits Your Trade We carry a full lino of Hardwate, Sloven, Saddles, Harness, Implements, Etc. We propose to tell you the beat good made anil at a very small profit. For Instance why pay K.r.00 or $70.00 for a Malable Itange when we will rGossip About People Vvvr? A Brief Mention of the Comings and Going! by Thou Ws Ars Intcrutcd In. Sell You as Good a Malable Range for $50. in We have Manges proportion. from $20.00 to $50.00. We handle the Cook and Mr. W. S. Ferguson of Covington, is BEAUTIFUL CHURCH here for a visit to Lancaster friends. Miss Goocli of Stanford, has been the WEDDING. recnt attractive guest of Miss Nannie II. Herring. Miss Nancy Embry Walker And Mr. Bljthe Burton Married and other southern points. The bride's going away gown was brown broad-cloth- , trimmed in mink with which she wore handsome mink furs. This popular couple received many elegant presents and they begin News Of The Churcnes. Heating Stoves same Presbyterian Church. John Deer Wagonsand Farming Implements Oliver and Syracuse Plows. The wedding of Miss Nancy Walker and Mr. William Burton, which took place last Saturday evening at 8 o'clock Mrs. J, II. Conn has returned from a The very best line of Stoves and Implements on the market. Just reFriends of Mrs. J, A. Amon are glad at the Presbyterian church was one of ceived a car load of American Fence. The licit Woven Wire Fence Made. short visit to friends in Cincinnati. to see her out again after an illness of the prettiest weddings ever witnessed (Ive us a call and part of your trade. and Mrs. Hanks Hudson, of Dan- several days duration. Mr. in Lancaster. Walker-Ilurto- n ville, attended the wedMr. Edwin Walker, of the Millers-bur- g Rev. II. S. Hudson was the officiating ding. Institute, wns with home folks clergyman, pronouncing a beautiful The Square Dcnl House. Mrs. Dollv Brown. ceremony und tht wedding music was 11-- 2 3t-pMr. and Mrs. Victor Lear are in In- Saturday and Sunday, dianapolis this week visiting Mrs. Sam Mr. and Mrs. N. Miller spent Sunday furnished by Miss Gladys Shailer, pianSale:-Hor- se, buggv and harness. For I Will On Yantis. with Mrs. Dillon and Mr, and Mrs. J. ist. Miss Hazel Deaserv, violinist and Hors? perfectly gentle and sound. Miin Sara C. Porter, soloist, all of K. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 4th, ,191C. Mrs. I.. J. Sanford is in Itichmond D. Wearren in Stanford. T. A. Elkin. C. W., Danville. for a visit to her daughter. Mrs. beginning at I o'clock p. m., at my Mr. O. Muck, was called to Crooks-vill- e, FOR RENT The Alex Walker propThe following program of music was Maurice Ashley premises 1 miles from Lancaster on Tenn., on account of the death of delightfully rendered by these artists, erty on Lexington street. Call on Lexington pike, sell the following Mrs. W. I.. Lawson has returned his father there this week. wedding party entered the G. C. Walker. tf. before the property: home from a months stay in Arkansas, Mrs. J. A. McDowell and baby of church: 1 good farm and family horse, six Lime, sand, cement, rock screenings, and other points where she has been Itichmond, are here visiting her sister, Violin Romance from 2nd Concerts years old; 2 good young Jersey milk bnex, salt. etc. visiting relatives. Wieniarski, Mrs. L. N. Miller, for a few days. I'KICKD RIGHT made e wagon; 1 disc harHudson, Hughes & Farnau. cows; 1 Kreisler. Kosemarin Miss Virgie Conn, who has been visitMrs. John Farra has returned home Schion row; 1 section harrow; 1 cultivator; 1 Woodman. Voice A Birthday ing Lancaster and Garrard relatives One lot in Orange county, Fla., about buckboard; 1 painters extension ladder, after a months stay at Martinsville, Beach. 100x25 ft., near Orlando. for some time, returned to her home in Ind., very much benefited in health. Ecstasv Will take 32 feet long, good as new: plows; houseThe Minstrel with violin obligata.... Wilmore, Monday. The new Jninni c re shop in In Men's Clitt-$215 for same if prospective purchaser hold and kitchen furniture. Miss Eliza Ison of Bryantsville, is fiir lids teaioi by Urout Joallour prtt luut tt''jtti Hilbach. will purchase at once. Wm. C. Doty Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Hatfield and chil- - the guest this week of her sister, Mrs. Terms made known on day of sale. Ihe makrrt of "Shield lirand" Clothe The bridal party entered with strains It. llie hot maJcU in t'leir hiilory. O me uren. ami suss Carrie item, ar.u Mr. It. w. A. Dickcrson. on Itichmond street. II. M. BROWN. from Lohengtin. an J rc t'.er.j. in r iiauieiu 01 uanviiio, motored toi A. M. Bourne, Auct. For Rent. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Scott of CincinThe wedding procession was led bv Itictimord Sunday: nati, are hero for a iait to her sisters, Aliss Alartha havanaugti anu air. uonn Five room coUKe on Hill Court. Mr. and Mrs. John Iiaughman motor- - Mrs. Osee Sisk and Miss Ilulda lioyle. bill hinnaird who approached tlie alter ar(;e ot and Kaneni uath anj nKhts ' ed to Lancaster for the Walker llurton CIRCUIT COURT. tiy opposite aisles, tney were lonowea R. T. Embry, at National Bank, GARRARD wedding, spending the night with Mr. i Mrs. Jake Grau and handsome young by Miss Anna Mae Walker and Mr. joined Mr. Grau at, Adrian Metcalf's Adm'r, et PlfTs. son. Garland, have and Mrs. Luther Gibbs. here nnd have taken moms nt the Ken- - Horace Walker, Miss Edna Kavanaugh VS. -- NOTICE. and Mr. Clay Kaulfmvn, then came the Mr. and Mrs. Hogan llHllurd, Mrs. garlnn. For Sale Adrian Metcalf's heirs, et al, Defts. maid of honor, the beautiful young Llui Ilullard and Miss Mamie Ilallard, All persons having claims against the Mr. Alexnnder Kobinson wasat home Dandy 7 room house 4 acres land of llryantsville, motored to town for neice of the bride. Miss Minnie Mae Metcalf, deceased, are for the week end, from Lexington, the Robinson. The lovely bride came in with good out buildings on Danville estate of Adrianand required to present wedding Saturday night. hereby notified -Zilli a. the H guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. alone preceded by .;.M.H.(.H.i.i..H,i ., ., dainty little street at a bargain. Joo. S. Haselden. the same. pro en lis r quired by law, the 1). Kobinson. Mrs, W. S. Bourne and grand-daugh- I to the undersigned Commissioner at his (lower girl, Lucv Hates Denny, who Miss Klla Mae Bourne, have re office in Lancaster, Kentucky, on or To Be Distributed Miss Etta Murphv, one the xpular from a French basket filled with "brides Sheep For Sale. before Wednesday. November 8, 1916, Iter, home after a pleasant visit to and accommodating operators at the at roses" scattered petals along the pathand all claims not so proven and preand friends in Danville. I have fifty good sheep and one buck local exchange, is in London for a visit way of the bride. The bridegroom, sented by said date shall be barred. to her parents. will sell worth the money. W. II. BROWN, M. C. G. C. C. with his best man, Dr. R.L. Pontius, adIMrs. J. C. Kobinson and Mrs, Joe E. Howard King, Camp Nelson, Ky. It. have returned from a delightful I Miss Jennie Duncan was in Stanford vanced thru a rear door and met the 2t r, visit to Mrs, Kobinson's sisters, Mes-dam- I last Sundav afternoon, to see her bride at the alter where they stood for Send a festal for Information Itichardson of Lexington, and Mrs. l.ottn Warren, who remains the marriage service. During the cereregarding the Farm For Sale. Jones of Wincliester. in a critical condition. mony "Meditation" from Thais was j My farm of 53 acres for sale, at Mendelssohn Mr, Hurt fclkin Kmbry has been The teachers and pupils of the West the soft low music and one of the high oHicers at M. roiw scnooi went on o uengniiui enes-n- ut Wedding March was played as the Hvattsville. four miles from Lancaster NOVEMBER on pike, plenty of good water, well imM. I, This is quite a compliment, as hunt on last Saturday, and n happy-crow- bridal partv left the church. Known as the Ben Ham farm This was a green and white wedding, proved. ;j class standing and deportment are con-- , Address W. C. McDowell, Secy. enjovd the day, Mrs. C. II. Green, Paint Lick Ky. the brides maids wearing white organdy 120 S. Broadway, sideml when these appointments are Lexington, Ky. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Gulley, and Mr. with given ribbons, they also wore made. and Mrs. L. C. Gulley motored to Lex- short tulle veils. The maid of honor I have opened a Candy M'sa Margaret Fan's and O. W. ington Sunday, and spent the day with Sewing Machines. wore a girlish green gown, milled to Factory on Lexington St., Klnge and Nancy Coleman and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ike Dunn. of 1 sell the waist, all carried large boquets I the famous Singer tewing maJames Karis, a quartette of society next door to the Puritan. The brides chine. Also Singer oil and needles. If Little Miss liulli Clere entertained a white chrysanthemums. people of Danville were in I.nncaster Pure,Fresh,Dellcious number of her little friends at a very gown was a model of soft ivory satin, your machine needs repairing call on Friday for u visit to Miss lleulah delightful Hallowe'en partv on Tuesday trimmed in Duchesse and rose point me on Campbell St, Satisfaction guarHome Made Candy, Heailey. Many games were played ami heirloom lace, the court train was held anteed. Ear-Mar- ks evening. Dan Milburn, Our Specialty. Mr.-anMrs. J. O. Collings, who refreshments served. at the shoulders by orange blossoms Lancaster, Ky. Your patronage is cordially and the long tulle veil was adjusted by have heen residing in I.ouisville for sevMrs. Woods Walker entertained at solicited Phone 212. eral months past, have returned here an elegant dining nt her country home a bandeau of orange blossoms, she carNOTICE. ried a shower boquet of bride's roses to reside, and are now cozily located on Thursday. Those enjoying her hosHamilton Avnue. We welcome them pitality wero Mrs. George Kobinson, and lillies of the valley. All persons having claims against es-- j home again. Never has there been seen more tate of J, W. S. Simpson, deceased, or i Mrs. JohnStorme?, Mrs. Will Cook and artistic churchdecorationsin Lancaster, those knowing themselves indebted to i Mrs M. F. Klkin of Lexington, is the Mrs. Kooert Klkin. which was u most fitting setting for sai(J wi ,,eMe ca on nw or guest ot ur. una Airs. ii. r . waiter, on the charming young women and hand-- , settlement. Hill Court. She will be joined later by I PARPWPT I PARTY some young men who composed the BOOKKEEPING ' Mrs. J. W, S. Simpson, uU" 1 rWU 1 You will find every one of them on all Col. Klkin. who will bo on his way tu Buslnnt.Phonognphy bridal party. jul!fon Kv ! u..,..,ti ltl, Stanford, to cast his ballot for Wood TYPEWRITING nd GIVEN MRS. MOUNT. I Directly In the middle ground stood row Wileon and Congressman Helm I ICLCUKArni W" liVr an arch ten feet high and on cither side A atrong steel stand prevents wabbling. WARNING. M TH BUSINESS COU Dt Miss Joan Mount entertained at wiliUr Two lug cruwj hold tha machine lirmly in position. aul'su mice ' Little Miss Margaret Herring enter- I I ull,ku,i.iii itnrlv !, hnnn. nf Ii.ii aiald- - I' ut bins uiir jus lunci, . The grinding plate are , 'larches were wound with Southern We, the undersigned, notify even tod t4nfctDf tualoMf. ftUo 40 aud therefore grim! evenly. ,, .. . , SV"1 tained nt a Hallowe'en party when I.. ,. nirs. jouii mourn, wno leaves soon or, .,., A spring tenaiou on thu grinding plates intures even grinding. nvivai body, everywhere, to keep their dogs 1 ..AICIIU1HK VlilllCIJ fruits, nuts and home-mad- e ffiifiWi iu candies , Atlanta where she will make her home, I OIIIIIUA, A plato shifter lever at the end of the shaft Is a safeguard I v these arches, five feet from the floor. oil of our nrtmists. iuitfv nuwiy were served. aeveral llallowe'en against breakage and makes it a timplo matter to cleau at t,lu l"P a 1U"1"' '"PI "d trespassers to I w8 " 8u,id dlld0 of tricks and games mmlte the little folk, , tlio plates. to hunters especially take! merry, i ne gnosi. eated much lanterns." Delightful These lovely white lillies with their notice, An International feed crindor anil an 1 II C oil engine citement and all enjoyed the occasion. refrc.,lmenti were served. Miss foliage carrying out the color scheme make an ideal combination. The engine will furnish con J. C. Higsby, J. K. Thompson, J. II. Mr, Creed Simpson and Miss Lena' Mount's entertainments are always venicnt power for operating the feed grinder, and is especially of green and white. Hanging from the Itigsby, D. M. Anderson, S. C. Higsby, iyBU'e this, being no exception to th were married on Wednesday i adaptable for this purpose on account of the variation of the center arch was a huge French basket J, II Thompson. afternoon at threu n'elork nv Dr. K. i rule, many were me regrets ex tilted so as to shower its contents of power required in proportion to the kind of grain being ground. mcuoukic. i no Young couple are wen pressed as the guest of honor was told white (lowers upon the bride and groom. International feed grinders are made in the following STATE TAXES DUE. kr.own here, Mr, Simpson being for gooduye as she is deservedly very One side arch had suspended u large types and sizes to meet nil requirements: Is THE proper thing connected with the tobacco buy. popular here. Your taxes for 1916 are now due. merly white butterlly, the emblem of the imh grinds corn on Ihe cob Type 0: 6, 8, and en, and Mrs. Simpson, whose home is j for a lady or gentlemortality of the soul and the other a You are earnestly requested to call at grinds small grains and shelled corn Type Ci 0 and in Garrard county, has often visited EXCHANGE. bunch of lillies. Killing In from these my oilice and obtain your official receipt. grinds corn in the husk, alfalfa and man to present nowaTypo Di 8 and The C r cent penalty will soon be here. They left Immediately after the Kaffir corn In the hed days, when making The ladies of the Christian Endeavor arches to the side wall were potted added. ceremony for n short bridal trip. Itich G. T. Ballard. Jr, SherilT. At thd end will conduct an exchange at the old plants, ferrs and palms. calls. There arc other features which you can see for yourself if I mond Itegister. stand of Carrier and Dickerson, next of each aisle leading to the alter were you will drop in for a demonstration the next time you arc Come and-s- ee what white marble pedestals holding large Misa Junie Haselden was the charm-- ' Saturday afternoon. Chicken, cak in town. a beautiful line of l'rencli baskets containing white chrysing voung hostess at a delightful Hul . and candy will be served. FOR SALE. samples we have and anthemums and ferns, the handles belowe'eu party on Tuesday evening. I Having decided to sell out I offer my ing tied with bows of green tulle. The house was beautifully decorated get our prices for 50 The reserved seats were marked by place at Lowell, for sale at a bargain. with bright autumn leaves and Jack'o- - J or more. This place contains about 2 acres of We are deeply grateful to the friends green standards which held a large lanterns anu me ugnis were nooueu in neighbors who were so kind and white chrysanthemum and smilax tied land, S rooms dwelling, good basement, yellow. The youthful assemblage all and wore costumes and masks. Many de- thoughtful of ui during our recent with a bow of white tulle which gave a out building, etc. Also store room 60 CENTRAL RECORD lightful games were played and a mer bereavement. The memory of such feathery lightness to this charming x 24, barn, etc. All in good repair. For furthir particulars call on ry time had by all who bid the fair deeds will always be held dear to our picture. They left at once for Ashvitle N. C , Enoi Davis, Lowell, Ky. Jerry Hlggins and family. hearts. little hostess good night, c J. R. MOUNT & CO. Rev. Frank Tinder will preach at the life together with brightest prospects. Hubble Christian church next Sundav. Hereafter he will preach there on the first and third Sunday's instead of the second and fourth as heretofore. YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, Rev. F. M. Tinder who has just closed a few nights meeting at Sycamore, will conduct a meeting during Cotton seed meal for sale bv coming week at Herring's School Hudson, Hnghes & Farnau. the house. Everv body invited. Renew now, for Ladies Home Journal and other magazines. J " PUMnALF "Shield Brand" Clothes kiciit $1022 $1252 $1522 I MR. TOBACCO the I GROWER. Lexington Burley f Tobacco Show $1,000.00 23, 24, 25. in PRIZES Candy Kitchen. The of a Good Feed CoyS. Sanders Grinder mon " INTERNATIONAL FEED GRINDERS IZ M.l",''?jTri Z,. 1 nn iiil:X.uT: A Neatly Engraved Visiting Card carhfIIIks. PHONE 27. BECKER C& BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. BALLARD. The Central Record, Thursday Nov 2 1916 WHICH WAY WILL YOU VOTE? ' Educational Ballot. The WILSON WAY Means Peace DEMOCRATIC Kor l'refidentinl Klectors. State At I'HrRe. oo65o PARTY. REPUBLICAN PARTY. PROHIBITION PARTY. SOCIALIST PARTY. I I m O SOCIALIST LABOR PROGRESSIVE PARTY. Ststc at Large. Benjniuliie F. Proclor I of Kuwlini! Green, Ky.l For Prenidential Klectors. I I PARTY. James P. Edwnnls IfluWvlllr. Jetlrrton Cu For Presidential Klectur.i. Stale At Large. I S. II. Knsh. ofCorbin, li v.l I I State at l.nrirc. Georjje W. Dain. of U'.xinton, Kv W. W. For Presidential Kleclurs. I I 1 I For Presidential Klectors, State nt Large. U.S. Kendall. of Louisville. Ky. For Presidential Klectors. Slate At Large. Frnnk Hopkins, t'rt'ftonttiurir. HojdCn. Ky. o I I I I W.H. Strange. of Munfordville. Ky. I I Preston. Saylersville, j I L V. Ky, Schneider. of Uiuisville. Ky. First District. Charles W. Reynolds. I of CovillJloil. Kyi First District. I I First District. Rniney T. Wells, Miirrnr, rallnuaf Co. Kj . Second District. B. Allcnswortli.l First District. L. W. Key. I I I First District. L. Edwards, I 1 First District. of Mayfield. Ky.l Second Disttict. l 13. J. L. Bell. Symsonio, Ky.l I of Kutiawn. Ky Second District. Second District. A. A. J. lines II. Arnold, of lliisvillc. Ky Second District. j James of Hopkinsville, Ky Third District. S. W. Forfjy. of Kl'ivton, K. Fourth Distiict L. I Frank Withers. of Klizabethtown, ly.l Farleiiih. of Hopkinsville. Ky I I J. K. Pile. -- 1 I I A. II Lee, of Li via, Ky Third District. A. Jones, of Vidhiuil. K I I I I Third District. E. II. Black. of Franklin, Ky Fourth Disttict. U I I I I I Oweirboro. Ky.l Pearl. , I I of Klizalx-thto.vn- Ky I Second Disttict. Win. Brown, of Louisville. Ky Third Diitrict. W.K. Damon. of Bowltntf Green, Ky Fourth District. V Hiiid'Di.lrirt. L. I I Jas Thud District. O'l learn, of Ijiuisvillc, Ky Fourth District. Fourth District. I I I Isaac Patterson of Rock Ilaven.Kjl I I I W. S. Proctor. of Leitchlield. V. Ky Harrell. f I.eitelilicld. Ky i Around 2O,0C0,000 happ tlic f;i'!.crs t.f America will li. i Kithcr thH night with their unbroken family clnle. with their children anon their hnees an J their nlioi b their side. Inppj- nnd prosperous CnntraM tMi with the fathers, husbands and brrth-r- s of the Old World divine In lie ditches, with the k!ocii and mourning In broken family circles, wn-i- e hunger crouch, s jiuI disease treads. If thU be "evil .ami xaciij.iriijK." God projper It and teaih It to the rulers of the old Wwltl. Hon. Olile M. J.i!i:..s. at St Louis C n-- rr The Wilson Way c Fifth Diitrict. J.nnes Qtinrles, of Louisville. Ky Sixth Diitrict. Widriji. of Newport, Ky I I I I Fifth District. Theodore .I.KVhin. of Louisville Kv Sixth Disttict. I I I'J I , Fifth District. T. Belts. of Louisville, Ky Sixth District. Fifth District I O I I'mirth Ditrict. George Nicholas. II of Lyndon. Ky I I I I Jacob Fischer. of Louisville. Ky Fifth District, biuis Fleift her. of Iitiisville Ky Sixth District. I L. A. llutier. of Louisville, Ky Sixth District. J. I I Fifth Diitrict. F. Holtzclaw. of Lancaster, Ky Sixth Disttict. c I I I I I I I I I Lewis J. I I I I T. M. Minish. A. E. Pitsenlicrtfer, I I M. A. of Ciuroltton. Ky Seventh Diitrict. of Latonia. Kj Brinkuian of Newport. Ky ri I Iamiii IjiFoicc. of Cynthintiii, Ky Seventh Dwtrkt. r I i I llennan llornunj!. of Louinille, Ky Seventh Distrn-- l .. Seventh Diutr'ct. Deiui'u Dumloii. .I of Pari?. Ky.l - late Igggf ' ' ' The HUGHES WAY Means Wa Seventh District. I I I , 1 I J. M. Perkins. of Frankfort. W. G. K ' I Patrick. or Kimurull, Ky . SvveBtb District. Com ad Allitecht of Btadi'onl. Ky. i A CIoony, of Myvilfc. Ky John Krniw. of Lwil.vllk I 1 Kl I J Hi l Eighth District. L. tt Htifrinrtton. of Richtixoad, K y UibtHct. Kighth District. 1 rSwhtki DUtrict. H I King Stmpt, ,u R. ( . of Dtuivitk, Ky.l fiintt Difittict of vforeland. Nbtth K. j 1 J. K. tf tM.W Diatiirt. Rubiwin. , Wo-tlfre-d t'Utrfrt. IfuchiMO ut LotiMvitte Ky Kiirfclh F Eitriiili DtstriM Hrti'y Sfh j b. iv I of Iwitisville. Hjtfltt. A. 0. Niwtfc A. 0. Canrr. of Louisa, Ky , TtWittJ MH'ltir. I W J. oi Louisa. Kyi rtth IHstii. t. FhHt. Tnt Wtijet. ri. thstriet. Ky ' THlifW, rJ lJ I ; Ninh Phit.ici. I n L . I tiilip J Bvr. ler.l'i .l,f ( I f LottLbvtlle. Ky li aio- i;i Settfy. I i "viv!ii'. th Ui.ni l).iti I uf 'VSi'ttyWurft 'fEwwth Dt lay. Ditii HV CTttn'ttrCMiK Ul... t": fl rj: , Te. th lHtrrt.. I S I. Dr F,. M. of r, A'kii.S' B. ayb sv.tJc. i i KytJf f""! Htnkb. South Pdrmuiotuh, M. W. . i r . ill- - nj i . Ut ir-'- . til :.-- ! Stewart. o' 'I li.' iv. ; f;r,t,';i , . , ; f r.,, :,tfT. n MSI v. i j . FT !i ) n n n S 5-l- i 'A . i - ( irih w 4t SWUtcc t aF 4" f .f al U. r , -- thr f I . l I tefttly .. '. F ti k '( ft v. i ' e,t.,ilr , " or, t i , hi . : r Mm, v . Wit gtv MKCil - wn, mi ta'-- , i -- ! 1 t' '! 1 Wi. i "U. C.a.l V. It. r, ' u ''M t'f't! n ii' Iv? F Mtt'-- . I,,, tin i ( t Inn. V,. pI IH- if ' .. J. li I' I' 'icf ' KW4 ..4 i ! inn n in r . buety. h ( ' .if- i.i nm inri fewuft" "I B I i " . r I "! i eS, ic. : t s . ' . w&'i-sj,- , . ! (.(! tt, vhli If!' i. Ht ' inl " 5 h tl Willi, 'ii M. . . .i- as - anrl Wilson'nv. NI) i .,) e v. i - kU. W"i:vi:x'iK ' VHlct.. tail Ml trm a . y, , MIA. .11 . . ...... r.tM...) htl. thj lh" KUetts It..'. i tH , , " . !tms I: I . ,. ml . au, ma. at KN Ik " uiJimUiutdMU)iHiMitivuiurii.tii - ttalHtti' 1W tfes 11Mb - yer - wrkB iiSiU it-- i t i t i ... .1 nect. ifr ...id tim iiu.e'i (,t if iii;.t-.-r-- si SI iv. . 'y, '.3 Mi. "In. i;l..tr Mui ki.r l.n w. V i :Ui hi fiositiy. v.lW. et t eve .1 motitl un ( No tpeciJM w.tk,,. alM( w,,ktM. COK.miU'HJ tiae i tfxsjd it iVNicfMwt'r. Klv! W, Wfk Yur SHU Cmlen CH.. HM. Ky., That Ysu Will Hi ix'b - 'i Htt, U lltttk fiH WlliUl gU.il I). L' wl.olu .1 M rater'swllim' Ut Mm Phel,.s nf ItttlMswi!. wi hit twn the gu. t of Vm. K. (.'. Hock Mw. 1 M. ....f,, UH TfcH WCitt-IS'- S TciNc M Adn J. RiMy BKIII, Uwnto-- Mi SMS IrillllUI i . aim tauhter. v, wtL " Tf-i- K. jig In IhU duo. Ul!( O Ml!.. Sylvauia V.'oodi, olClihcn MUls. Ky., iy: U Ute.l wy OUl , MHIillill CDIWlUII U AikN- - mrt ut wiArk'. i The C'enhal . ecord Kentucky. Jew Gewle, who nt of lrf ijuite ill, LM.Ur, ilWr MrtH IbJ vKlt t wm j4 Ml to j(,u jj KalW'wl. fmully. irl .iltiiU'il ut .4 to full,., ,, T:i,ouo.tioo. Kilaw lut liwrsi ttf t,,s enow to le to' heie. The Important Point. Hummer, while Mtlng, my Ut-ti- n hleeo, four Jeur old, hull d.mo u iiaimhty llllin deed. Her inoiher nee. iiik uer won: what did Jim licit" Shu replied: m inn do It." er iiiiither then luhl her thai liml caw eeryhlng kIu. The child tluiilit u lllllo nnd then kiild: "Will, iiiwinihii, will hu coiuo $1.00 Per Year in Advance. - Lancaster, iiflettntou it very chariiiing iHuiuiur. MIm ummiw me Mm. (.'eorgo Siioonamore and Mis. Cooper liiul u lew a number .aiione. of Lancaster, Imve lietn tho inetidiifr of thu club. After guest of relatives and friends liete of guino were I'lujid u deliciouu salad wu "''rVu1, Mr. ad Mr. Walter Saunders hive rolmc Dave Thomas, who lias been ill for N. C , returned horn from Ashvllle. uVullllu I the hudiI of hr iUuulitr Ml. Will ' m Ilajauinl nun J. L. Ileazloy liiv. in Mr. Mildred U..!y..if liwMtar. I.vUs Cwiiier MW lhKW Ua,,k uluU ul tiHlarUiitisI u,i Friday i,, lhe Ka Pi-Sniwart, wll kitwwn negro of this city, fmin u lifo khiiUiw in the .t .i, i..,.i... .....i. ........' -of llw grtiin eluviilor of J. II. lUughiiiiui Hint ('oninmv mill on last Muuduy ..I..I.I Hl..u:il t,.H iilrmuU' li..ti It. Ilia lf lumicled on this lint lt.n tw,W rlt.j l Wll )() tIltrt ,mr(,u w ami held on to jUlK Hallej' Circuit on $25 bond, which was furnishtd by L'd. Hubbard. The report U that I '"" """"' - ,,it could hardly v.'dlk, and the pain In my back and head neatly killed m;. Alter taking three bottles of Catdul, the pains disappeared. Now I feel as wellaslcvcrdld. Hvery Eulfcririfi woman should "IkfutcUkiniiCirdul, I was, at liiiv, o wok 2 I IryCardul." today. Gelabottle E-- - .ud till jour liiliuirju. The Central Record, Thursday Nov 2, 1916. Manila aafe. Manila has a population of 3.71,000. Iluilt Spnnlnli stylo and looka like the picture of tome Jewish city. There Is an old atone wall around part of the City called the old walled city, and ued as a fortification hy the Spanish. These walls are nhout twen ty ft Mull and ten ft widu at the lop and fifteen ft at tho haso on top of the wall nre places for cannons, which worn J used in "Oa" BRnlnst U. S. llattle- ships, ttlmt few Mint Dewey didn't hlow away wele taken to the Junk I'lle. Krorn what I have been I old hy natives there were large iron K'lletMint entered the city and guards stationed at them at all times. The nativci nround .Manila are learning to speak English and follow American custom'. They still hnve n few Spanish cmtomi that eeem very hard to break away from. Tho Spanish were very strict on the I'hilliphineans and required them to rc'nove their hats when passing them; in some parts where white men are not reen often, they still take oir their lints Their Is Citholic hut different from America. Catholics, but from appear ances they worship the I'riest instead of Cod: I made u visit to a country village called Tabaco some few months ago, I was wulking down the street nx unconcerned as if I was in Lancaster, I heard some one let out a ell Mid all the people dropped on their knees and bewail to pray, 1 was the only human standing, I had began to think Christ was on eartli and my time was up. f looked around to locate the trouble and foui.d it was only a I'riest walking down the street. This was my fust people of lime to see tin religious Tabaco. of course this made it very in teresting in that Ilurg for me. I will never forget it. would like to explain more about the religion of 1. I. Uut as 1 urn no preacher will close for this time. IJest wishes to all Lawrence A. Durham C dm Personal Stationery Should An Elopement That Failed of Its Intended Purpose By ELINOR 1 j or 1 MARSH Ifyou could look into a million homes Could you look into one home in every twenty in America and see in all of them a coffee being served that is good enough to make breakfast as happy as this If you saw all these homes using the same coffee r,u would never rest until . : had tried that coffee. Your grocer has it Arbuckles'. It is the most popular coffee in America today! Like the women in these million homes, you will find that Arbuckles' has the rich full flavor you have always wanted. Serve it See how much pleasure coffee ran give. Emily Huberts nss In a peck of trouble. Her father was IniMltiu that alio mnrry Deacim Ilnhlulck, who was sixty and rich She Imed Elbert Mho ;is Hmr and wiuthle-- s Emily mis imt n Iractahlu iniitd, hav lug ns strong a will ns her father and waa tiiiuh more headstrong. milliliter was where she could Imt reiu'h IiIiii, or slie uoiild lime run awin with him. Since she rould tint nm away with him mid her fullier liad sr ranged for ber to marry the dea-o- n j a (ertnlu date, hIio deti niiliii'il tn run nwny by herself. 'I lie truth Is. her fa liluii, tlicr mis 11 lob-li- t ulni bad shown of Insaiilt). imd Em lly was afraid of him. On ilu- - morning of the il'ii that her nn i eiifoneil wedding v.ltli tin; ile.ii-oto till." ilaie Kliiliy v.eut imt tu tlie barn, amldled nr k.Ii, Ih. h Mas ipiite , inoiinted til 111 and l.itu the iluun ulil.h ln- - tmi- - at 11 hrenkneek I in e. Her father ctillglit n gllniiKe of her from lil window, ill v. I'leli he was h.ivlir," Hliil L'ii siirmioed tho nt. iii of in., Ii. 1 half nimul w.i M11I Dm right lili. of h. rate wa ov Hut he fiirgut till i'H'il with hitlii-r- . b- be Engraved Embossed nowadays. It reflects pood taste and ,at onrc creates a favorable impression. Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Office at Lancaster. ftalney s Lite ry Stable. Kentuci.7 Suppose you come and sec the many Seauliful samples we have and get our prices. THii Central Record. lounly Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Mondav. 1'aris, 1st. Monday. Frankfurt, 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Shclhyville. 2nd. Monday Carlisle, 2nd. Mondav. Danville, 3rd. Mondp. Lawrencehurg, 3rd. Monday Nicholasvillc, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling. 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. Ith. Monday Winchester. Ith. Monday. Monticello, 4th. Monday. Versailles. 4th, Monday. Ii. W. Morrow, Crmliuttv Opt Mat: Olaiirs Kitted p.n.l.rllon llnaranlnMl. J.E. EDWARDS, M.D Phone 391-- BUCKEYE, KY. fortunately - Honaker Fine Cut Flowers, .31st Inl h't Wm. McKinley I'. 1. (JA.RTERSVILLE. Mrs. C S. Hoop is better. Mrs. J. T. Allen continues to be ill. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Allen entertained a number of friends last Sunday. AI11. V. M. Carter who has been for some time is improving slowlv. ill To supply the women of America with their favorite coffee, ships of Arbuckles' Coffee are on the sea every day, bringing coffee from the coffee growing countries to their big plant on the New York waterfront. Mr. T. A. (Sreen and Mrs. Houston Creenwere in Herea shopping Saturday Mrs. Emma Kenfro and Miss Estella Davis visited relatives of near Iiroad head last Saturday and Sunday. Miss Lena Allen who has been in Villa drove III returned home last Friday. We are glad to welcome tier hack Mrs. Susie Kenfro and Miss Susie Davis were the pleasant guests of Mrs. James Todd and duughtcr Annie Monday. Mrs. E. It. Whitted and children and Mr. and Mrs. Charley Crutcher were the pleasant guests of Mrs. Eliza Conn last Sunday. If theie are any old maids or widows v ho desire to win the affection ot old widowers, here's the place to come plentv of 'em. Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Hoop entertained n number of friend Inst Sunday and n most enjoyable dav was spent hunting chestnut) and persimmons. The school here is decieajlng in attendance since the Assistant Misa Kate Hnltjciaw lias gone home, we think t4w miKt tw called back, or at least some jieopla think so. It waa vary Interesting to be in Car- tfctaville last Saturday and watch the many chettnut hnntcra go by. Wagon loads of poopla from nxwt every vi einity, but wen-- to lata to flnt any nuts IIKUK IS A COOI) I'LACK TO STOl' KOR UTTI.E .MONEY. LOUISVILLE HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, KY., Main St., between 6th and 7th. 2 people. The Only Hotel in Louisville Operated on llio American and t'uropenn Plans. Rooms witlxmt liuth lut with Hut and Cold Runnlittf Water. AMKIIICAN PLAN. (With Meals) 76 Rooms siiiRle. $2.00 jcr dav: AO Rooms fiitKle. "M per ilay; SO Krent Rooms single. 3.00 per day; Room with Private Hath: W) I!nhw wiikIc, 3.00 er day; 4! W IUxhhs ... finRtf. 3.60 per day; KUROPLAN PLAN 1(km wlilitHit Hath hut wiili Hat ami CM Rumilng Water. day; $1.60 (Without Meals) 76 tamm .... 1.08 per day; MltaotM.... SO Front 1 too ma day; to(tl, 1.60 Room with I'rifate Bath: SORoocm ir.fil, SO Koonu 2.00 per day; 2 people. $2.tHJ each acli. each. 2. To each. 'i peepte, 'i people. 2 iwople, 2 llGlk 2 jieopU'. 2 poef,!e. i (ample, 3.00 each. SO. ainI. pr pr 76 each. 1.00 OHcll. 1.3Socl). 1.25 eaelt. 1.S0 Ah. tal, l.0prU: TUB OLD Leuterttlt, Ky Comer Sixth and Main Sti., Kuropeitii Plait Qaly. Bomw Without Bath. il.00 and up; Kooma With Private Bath. $1.60 and up. BEST BATING PLACE IN TOWN. Jktrict and oaty a to the To Looisvilta HnM Md tho Old Inn are ratail dhttru-- t ami tbcatraa. iKtl three-bloc- - wHt LOWJs&L Mr WHI FinUy la oo th kick Us. Mrs Wnj Hurt is vMtina; bet; Mr. Ann! I'aras of Kichi.. md. and J. H. MtraT. R. Kulbi Davia wn recent viaitui in Cincinnati Mr. C. tt. Hu!tt and family tpent the htftor part of the week with Mr, Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, rroprietors. I GARRARD COORTY Write WY ftiiKpu ; Isrcitiai Ldkr iiUwlt. Frea Thoroughbred Snwp. I h.ivi! - 50 Thoroupbrcd Soutfcdowa 25 with buck or as a whole. STOCK FAP W. Prop. 1. ;3 and two Premium Becks will iit c.-l-i i.li worth the money. jjf r'i!M r.mm m.vm A. Wo.. MeKiaW. P. . SMt. Dear Kdit.ir nd ft iemU uf old Uarrant: Ai :: l.n. txr.'ii n .U .1 few inuoth litii tti. iippnityiiil; Biil.'c I l tv ..U J 1.4, I vvmi (VI;'I 4 fw tt) fm nkiiiu'i t jir. tim- - l'i wtltinE aid Ky. I uw to my fri mit i 'utiwti I 1.1. 'y tilth I will - I'vrn M.n.dr, my v.'Wh ii m..n tit.i livtfaii l,. .lr'-.- j si i,hb 1 1., in!.' the tup 1 1 1 n 8C 'ti rt t . tt 1 1. t t M'inI'M , out in. I . 1. '. 1 Stanford, Kys K F. D. No. 4 'u; . ' . !' - '.i iit 1! !r .'..Mi Yval' i .'.u 'Rhta, .uti t ,S i'u . mid waso it '..v U Umu1 of Hits icht h.rtir I . 1, tl.l' it.i iv 1 t n V .f tj wj, 1 I". ) ! k 11 lnt'j) tl re e.iiitihl in rlv Jul li B t .till1 I"', . M '! Ih.iv 1V.T .. ! jtT.1 it - m v ii I hji n u ! I ' 1 ni'l' Ii , I ll 1, f'l 11 ! - I. , i at l.l.i, ! . ' i I'tJIttw nvirt jUm i fiv, It' nt Mfv dtiimaU t fur y-n- . '.. ;.c fiif i.uc uf ill. uutud. Ut 'IV ..h tlii. hild tin- - 4..III.-- i I i.. " H hminicii t" i i , ' i.i.i' I .. i ofTci' , ' '" M. 1 juui fu iida t IM.J t...i .. f il,i..,i.. n :it !!..!.. buinj : Citizens National Bank President. 4. F. HUDSON. Aas't Canh'r w, I'jgnkv, Or" liANCASTKK. KY. Vice I'rmt. f 0. J. J. WAl.KEII, Job J. Walxeii, Jk.. Cashier. W. K. CI1AMI', vn iheu;:lit 'tt v. ti..je ..wa.i.incd J.Miah. it 1 . u'. . iu im iut'ky uji i.v I wi; ,a a wa it t' ij. ! i .it ik-41 d tl.O'ljtllt IV. hap tritUO' ij tlU' V it viihiMIm lit.1 Ukui thing for iw v, ihI offer up a nulama f i'i on M) juayer. But that would kav tin feiti!t, for thv kiit waa roefctug and " 'J faat 1 miiflit have put ,11 ajine word' that wouldn't ound mcv tn a pra)tr. 1 Hnally Kt ea nick and hid t uiiiktf my way to th top deck 1 for air, 1 met one of inv frlvmlii hunn-liover the rail, mid ak him if hr waa roitlly aa alck or drunk, ho luhl m if 6 diuiiknm had tlm uini virrct he wail trylntf to over come, ho hoped Ky would no dry hfforo toinniorroiY nlulit. hut after all our hard trip we landed in fWUWth b tho iy hi i J' ki ' BOrMna; to Kltenbethtosra n awln " trro CetahUf. ff Agu "tt taii't aay wa tbtus1" crtut OBAy j Orueu. Md at Brdstown Juactkut to Wri hntly. "Ant Htuiwed by dlnlac with Bwrdatotv n A Sprtnflid. liul. tt' pawtita. coat bat he wasn't a Beetle-m- a oat .4 Mis. Snowden of Winehtr ba No ft; tl:4jt p. m. a, and t nboofc hint." To Mianfutd, litta the gaoat of frl.iuls in thu f nuatk with fast "Wasn't worthy to be the Uxtngtut. Ketituiky. ryk. dtdty fur ttw at aeb a wen dressed wan "a your r aii 1 Briatal A Atlanta. 1M Mr, i, IS. Broaddas ai d daHtlhter dad. etr. " at anna . iu were rne (cutii8 r ruiay Burlty anrveyeil ber fa'her, nppear aith hoffw; then lU iiiitienms ef Mrs. Kulilmnn. HCNlilpS t are, despite the nerlons Mr. and Mr. Wa'U Uail hnve re. a stnll". , 11.., t apimdirgr. several turned horn after 'lhn .1 "Bee here." n'M (ho old ( ac! tM m H:irln On. week With tartlv. you sAutt neer Pinrry thin so ("in ss t tod for uojt'ifi f l),irill! urri Wiise' Mahd I'.i.--i: ' ' yvi "i rr-- i e' Candle U Speul.s M" LHtiebuUr, . hiv ttre. I'll UP marry naltp 'hist vr. ilu . joj'ii t' Wl W. K Si'Uer. rHiFi.i K tuei.n uf lea-i- i I'.rd v'. ' inirrii lilt ;, fit i"tlW'tr t'l.i.ii . cliii'Jna "1 .4?.. "I'll r"t K IB.' " - ! t il. !e f i: .nd Kv Vt tt' IV 'l'i IKtt tt I. V'.., Si " .ii' f(. oar An- t'liif n'tt Ii T'.iii. ' r in .Nile. S. 1' it t - t .tin 'I r tin. tl lnt'fc I' ft'l' .lei. f tt In . rary. .ie m.h uaby and Mr. 1No Sp- tocr a f rl "( .1 il "O L'iistn r t i t a!, tbtiy il.Oi .. (tu. Btf."t a'"' act Tlie -' " . iki,;rt '!' ' -- vial, j N" jjalt .rtiu .i "Slevi I, i! ' " . dally es..-.fun. b. : . W "VeIII lmv. no mofv V f. t lui, ' I " n "i '.1 nil" ni ii' : f ti'in tt daily . .. r. .. . i,'. V li.vi r"nni a n itti'y ' .' t ,No. 'S l.oti.1 daily Jim t.i h ti I n'i'l .k f' d wtt. " ih'i.hv. .'! Li.nUel, i'.-... !, (U jw.u re No. !.'. ... L.itr, , ana Jsn i ) my pm..i t tt.,. P. t'i lH!f, ? I thew I K. 1. 1, Rtr, 01. , ij-ft i4ti r. itn- - i ff.wi iNa. 13 Ryal Palm. da4lw..5:'J? put a BiMint ('"it iiett.-ta ,. rr. ;k'a-'., n.l .tra end no .iti "t wie Iti , ft) !:a . fiiwtn notiao. w R Kurt.-,-;r. I. irtf,"v. C' IiIinj tit" dai t!ut !ii r l.h " aw 'No. 6 Local Ex;ri., no. lK''''iiB V f,'. i Ilit'a. was Untfhed th Jim rttbe: tha. I. i , e... 11 05 ' J. H LHiutt.. kt. rth Hfttinwr. 1 r the former turned nvi..l l.i 'I lu . lit t v 'ii a: d UMUta ;20 a ni II JtvyaJ faltn, dtalsr-h m,,h wan, whlla tka latter wis n wit a KoTtpi.u 1 Uiu c.tvd taw?! which wa ae'er w i ... Oclans Uatv j. miefc j y4 h tlwm- a.m iRrtiwtt.j,, IM. daily . . rt. Mrs Fml Brhafer and littl dattulstar W. 13 Carolina SpaefaU, J- - W. rw. aM. , Wfth FMssMMitorte, Iniv.' rcturmd 1 thvir home In Bar Wy I0: P" Withara Broa. IM ua ajMntya rentaotber that hope wo. Ohio, nft un Kpa- visit to William. Vareu. aed Jim WMte , III tu UtitUea hi'txt hi that Mis Margaret Kuhhiiun. !. II. r. Wihuot, J. 1. f.p. MutUti U'Ket snilli x, that tniat create Na. Miss Kim Ma Uaui, u most attraelive trust, that futMlue Florida 8pe. .Mra. UavU Ch.aaaK ficd i. Coan, attaketw Kuod 11:52 ji.Bi j, A'. IOmmm, lad of thin place, and Mr. Koht. naax, that lute uwaheua love, aud tliat vouniC ci'' W. K. 'T. U. Haakta. Elliott of Wallaceton. took their friends lu utweeit hut mre vim) a Iiitettrlly, No. 27 Illuo (iraa Soo- lUffmaa Krw. clal, daily except by surpriiw, wlwn they drove to lu tu ilut heeds htreiiKlh atal lmor Wat. G. Aadanast. Sin Cotton, Sumlay, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. 'T. M. Arnold. Jr, Wediiesilay und wero united in of honor, ktrenuth mid inleKrlly lu W. K. Mostmiinhcrlo-- otlu-- lives, many of whom rates, routes and Information K, K. Henry, marriage hy Judgo Arnold. Tho many Jus. .14. Whit.. wo may know uotlilin; of. J. T. call upon or address M. J. CoughllnA. 1), llradshaw, friends of this young couple extend Bright Hsrrwir agent; 'phono 310, UCt wishes for a long and happy life. It. L. Darker. Scott HulTr and, thronliig down tils nnur. threw 011 his 111.1t, iind, fnr.'rl t In v to put ovei Ills shulllilers his -- mi rhdiT-- . whirl' were lianghig fruiii tho t In ttnii". In ran to tin xinli.". ailed tils tnun nml the two hi 11 twinkling h nil""-.hl horse to the trui he nui.illy mile In and, llketty spilt, he went al.er til-l- u lighter Emily's liiiuieillatc nhjivl v. in tn Put dWuiine lntn eeii her mid her fa llu-After,iliat tin- - deluge. I'rolu a lest .1 tiniplo of lulled from hJii home she lelued hi lung enough to look ijiTtk. Her father nun at the lime 011 n rie about 11 tulle lieliind her ami nhout to plunge dim 11 Into 11 hollow. Emily turned, ga.e tin- - lioise a his,lilng with her whip and darted on. Tho'e were iiajs when notomulilles were mining Into togiie for conveyances, and licfnre lung Hmlly met with one of tliein spinning low aril her. When tlie iar and the hiip-- met, Emily lecugnlzed In the tlrlu-- .1 tin Itait-lng- , to whom ln- - had oni-been en gaged, but had dismissed In a tiff. Hastings had appeared before her nt n dinner table tigged out for tcnul. without coat or neckwear. She lind found fault with him for nppearlng at dinner In such n costume. He had not taken Ids reprlmniid kindly, and idio became angered and sent him about his business. Here was a chance for his revenge. "Oh. Jim." she cried, "father Is nft-e- r me to force me to marry old Deacon Hanlwicl;! Turn jour nuto about and take me In!" "So I will If you'll marrj me, as you once promised to do," said he. "I won't!" 'Then get nwny from your dad the best wiiy you can." "I consent." Jim turned Ids auto about. Emily dismounted nml. leaving her horse nipping the grass beside tho ro.id. climbed Into the rnr beside Jim. In tlnye days hnlf the cars were on the road moving, the other half beshle tho road stuck. Jim's anto went at a brtk rate ; then 110 mute could for n mile or have more resolutely refused to stir farther. Jim dismounted, cvaii'lmsl and the running gear and fug ed with the- brake, while Emily wa mod with anxiety to gel on. It waa no use try tin to persuade tbe roeruan. It wonhl net Iral heart to mo'-e- . budge. It) time there was a clatter behind, and the f 'titer, lie half of bis fa o very ril and the other taU rery white, allirtted from the trap a Ud. hts s'lspetiiter's itaugUnit nnder htn rent, bnrrtert to t'n anto. "How's thlsj" he !d, selslajr Jin. "1 thnught H was alt off between two Imi-- s "So U waa." sn'd Jto, "but now John M. McRoberls. m. j. Patrick, Dentist. KenSackj? IK V. POSTED t- Paint Lick, The undersigned hereby p've warn- ing to all persons not to trespass uion Veterinary our lands tor any purpose whatever at will prosecute all offenders to ful Grntltintp we Cincinnati Veteriaary lest extent of - law. Hunters and College. Fishermen especially take notice. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY R. L. Elkin Ed & N II Trice V. K. Cook. Mrs. Kcbecca J. West. James G. Conn, II. C. Arnold. J. 1'. Illand. J. C. Morgan Long Hros J. II. nnd W. S. Weaver FUNERAL DIRECTOR W. T. West. J. Booth Sutton. V. I. Lawson and son. Office Over National Bant. Howard King, J. II. Iligsby. Residence 1'hone 3. Office rho-i- 27 Miss Carrie Iioulden, John Richardson, J. C. Kigsby. LANCASTER. KV. llolni II. Casey, It Surgeon. JL A. Beazlev e J. II. A. C. Miles, J. II. Woods. Thompson, Jno. M. Farra. David Steven. II. L. Kelly. S. C. Iligsby. Frank Thompson- J. II. Thompson. D. M Anderson. Am and Ed Uourne. Davis Sutton Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar W. II. Cummins. I'. II. Thompson. Win. Lear. Jerry Illand. W. S. Ferguson. We will add other names for 23 cent Three Brown Manle CULTIVATORS to close out at cost. cash. G.C. COX, tose to0 L. & N ky. lr j ""-Hi- jltl. K. Dbdbj and W. A. OUice. ' Train Schedule Al Lanctsler, AUnlVE. Wheto I Doctors Of Denial Surgery. Monm tmn Hnt'rth gcnei Hurt A un.mtre jtre. To Maysvllle. cormectlnR at Itichmot, LANCASTER, with I. & N to rrtmkfort & I.tHiiivIlle. To Rowland & Stanfwl ooenactii y Rowland, L 4 N to all points South T.i Riehmonu, KENTUCKY al with L at N to Irvine 6 Benttyvilht. Lastagtwi & Cincisa&tl. UiddWaboro ft Knosvilla. No Ti; 11:5 a. at. t emmeetirg with To train t Ci .enatj. cofUMCting I ' NS; UM a. m. TREES fc.verythiDi( Frutt and Shade Tr?.fr Shrubs. Grape Vines, tw it." 1 yi fst Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses. Phlox, Peonies Curilea, p. m. Tu Lotiuv tile, cttimveiing JMs al Lebanon ti.bil. Lvh si. Stat. ht J j UJMkmtyit UW t ' pt 1 sltnatto'-iHrottgli- Time Tab' WW. Southorii 11 - In-- ,i 11- '.' . 11 1! - . ,1 i j-- tas t . . d-- .- . . ' . "'i roli' 4 Tt-.- t t L's;-ff.- t. I:-- 1 ! i Lan-a'ter- !ai-iwic!- t , . . J I do-el- n4 J' - ,..! , ji. I 1 ns-viil- e Uui aOa. otht-rN- d"r ri I.un-cJite- The Central Record, Thursday Nov 2 191b LIVE STOCK HUSBANDRY STEER FEEDING LESSONS. Interesting Information Galnsd st tht Mleiourl Experiment Station. Steers (hot are full fed from birth boulj not be held beyond twenty or twenty-twmonths of age. became there la a decided falling off In tbe I rnlc of gain. Afler Ink ago the cur- - I cnscs are overdone, there la nn undue walc of exceu fat, and Ibo gsfn In weight In proportion to feed consumed 4 CYLINDER, 2PASSENGER ROADSTER, 6CYLINDER. 3PASSENGER ROADSTER, $650. FIVE-PASSENGER 1917 CAR, $985. FIVE -- TOURING $665. The Bhorthorn I generally conof the beat beef breeds. This breed had Us origin In Enj-lanwhere It haa won great favor. In this country ths Shorthorna have dons much to Improve the quality of beef animals. In the butcher test the Shorthorn kills well, with a rel atlvely small proportion of bone and offal. Ths head shown Is that of a Shorthorn bull. ceded on Buieks O. B. ALL OTHER MAKES ARE ADVANCING GIVE US YOUR ORDER NOW AND PASSENGER TOURING CAR, $1,020. FRICES. ALL CARS F. FLINT, MICH. CAUTION! CAUTION! $150. The Misses Calicos were guests of Misses Lida Mae and Nell Ray on Poor end. Consider the Innocent Byatandsr. Olcsalng to Man. Ridge Sunday, "A mnn ought In be able," said The stork passed through this vicinity The telephone Is a great thing. It Turned Upside Down. Rev. Ragan will fill his appointment a few days ago and lett a little son to saves uiaiiy u lnteslck jnung man Uncle Kben. "to stand up full his The other duy, my granddaughrights wlfout Immplii' on de luuocrnl gains. at the Methodist church here Saturday gladden the hearts of Mr. and Mrs. ter, age three yeur. little "Doglo," proved land. uw the from putting stuff don on paper that b)atundcr'a tues." Thrifty j cartings put on feed Hint ! would Ion. him u Geo Navlor J. W. Sanders, Judson. Ky. evening and Sunday. horse, down rolling, she called: "Mothnot sufficient even to keep up the body suit. 1 neeMr. Wesley Simpson sold a house and weight they already have continue to Mils Gussie Metcalf and Mr. 1ijd er, cojue quirk Hx Dogle, him turned FOR SALE-Sev- en shouts, weight small 'ot to Mr. Claine Davis, of JessaPsaelmlst'a Vlaw. upside down." change. grow In height and framework even Crouchorn drove to Lancaster Saturday about tiO pounds. When troubles do break their rule mine county for $750. Ouddhlst Custom. when made to lose half a pound u day. evening and were united in marriage at W. H. Griggs ,R. H. 3, Lancaster. and mine singly, they make up In It Is said that n rustoni peculiar to quality Measurement of the skeleton did not Concerning the Venus of Mllo. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dailey and daughthe Baptist parsonage by Itev. Clere. what they lack In quantity . Indicate nny decrease In the rate of For Sale: Yearling Poland China ters sjwnt the week-enMr, and Is said that the huso of the Venus Buddhists Is that of niiudcrlng about Richmond with It growth for several months. Kven when boar Large ty)H and registered. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Clark, Mr. and of .Mllo, with Hi" iiaiui of the sculptor I the country u It It hammer uud ihlsel Mis. Ashbv Ilendron in Madison county thee animals were using the body fat Mrs. Tom Pollard and Misses Ida llurte upon it, wus ile.stii.veil for the purposu nnil ran Inn holy sjmliols ujsiu iixka W. S. Embry. Where Error Is Common. Miss Lou iiigcins has returned home and Maudie to supplement the lack of feed there Clark motored to Carters of deceiving u king of France Into the by tbe uu) side. Men miiLe more mistakes In the was n very noticeable addition of fnt 10th between after a few days spent here as a guest i ville lust Sunday and were guests of belief that It was more, ancient than Lost Monday, Oct of Mtoini wives than lu uny In the skeleton. Only when approxi- Stanford and Lancaster, a black heifer, of Mrs. John Land and Lenna Hollon. I Mr. C. S. Hoop and family. It really Is. Everything Complete. other 'orm of endeavor which enmately all the fat was taken from the weighing about COO or 700 lbs. Liberal Mr. and Mrs. John Land and Miss' "Well, Henry." I Mild to inv nelgl grosses their utteutlon. Topvka Capsoft parti did the animals. begin to bur's little R. G. Cover Lenna Ilallon attended the burial of I "I so;iis. )oii will j ital. Arbor Day In Spain In Future. draw ou the fat In the skeleton to reward. tuxtii bo running the new- autniiiiihlleV' Miss Nellie iiiggins ot Manse Tuesday. F. I), no 2. Lancaster Ky. By royal order the celebration of maintain existence. 1i'R. he s.il.l. ".Mj papa bought , "O. The most economical choice liecf re I Arbor day has been made obligatory a ilmulIVur with the Quite a number of friends und relFor Sale: Thiee nice youngred cows You Never Can Judge. j In every, township und municipality In suited from the ue of n feeiler weigh-- ! atives of the contracting parties from Dunn llro.i, Marksbury Ky. Then- - once wns n man inimr-- l lng Spain, und ing about "."it pounds so fed ns to make Is to bo carcommunity attended the Walker-Hurto- n this .O'l.enry who rcinnrkiil, "Though n ried on iimiii a more extensive hcule a gain of 500 pounds. Such a steer ' fill-- . iiKi, I... .1.... Stntlnel of Peace. Lawson and Brown bought 35 hog I it. .1 ..11. wedding in Lancaster Saturday. . .. ...... mill ni l uiaiiii than heretofore. will probably not quite top Ihe mar. Atxm- - till things, emlniwir tn place that il weighed 250 pounds each for 8j that He Its great iharm, It may has moved to hi' ket, but ho should make the greatest Mr. S. S Sebastain the sentinel of wuv over thy fccllngi; say thlis that make me uulti- possible profit to the feeder mid fur- Dents. Mr. Irvine Simpson I? It will enable theo to do great things I new residence. Bare Chance. nish mi economical carcass for the lliu limit,., nUnAll " finil , Wllll ...... h.mau im.( ,,nnll(il-tn.- , . , y For Rent for the year 1917, iiiw "V" " "Suplose Shakespeare were living without nny labor, nay-- with great butcher and housewife nnd meat of a and 15 acres 'if grass, and 20 acres to' recently vacated by Mr. Dock Simpsr n ' mid serelii)). .Snupoll. Men Really Not In It. iiiiliiy. Could he sell one of his plajs quality tn please the most exacting. lie put Huh (with Irritation) "Why la It in wheat. to it llrouilw'iiy manager" "lie might," Messrs Irvine and James Simpson, The carcasses show that of this Hint Jon women Insist usui having J. F. Conn, replied tho Indiana man, "If he could Eaay to Have Running Water. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Simpson and sons pound gain per cent Is water, )! R. F. U. tln last uonir Wife (calmly) "We nol Lancaster. Ky. persuade ono of our other literary ceWitter lu the house will wash uway don't. The only reason we get It Is Mr. and Mrs. John Land and Miss Icr cent fat and 12 per cent protein. lebrities to write him a letter of In ull sort of discord When similar steers were fattened unund uuhupplncH. because h uhui Lenna Hollon spent Sunday with Mr dom-i- i urgu-mi-Ili- a have- n Farm For Sale IF ACCIDENT OR SICKNESS troduction." HlruitiiKhum There arc ninny places where I In- - wit-ttil (hoy had gained another SOO pound Dock Simpson who is ill ut his home in left when oil iluplil men uro SHOULD SUDDENLY STRIKE My farm of 51 acres for sale, One from neighboring springs can b? ull run nut." Huston Tiunscrlpt. or gone from 1.2.7) to 1,750 iionnds the Richmond. HOW FAR IS THE DOCTOR bmught to the house, inherit will have-tcarcasses were much overdone, and l!ie mile from Paint Lick, close to good Is It Getting Common? w ml aeooncl BOO Kuuds was 70 lwr cent fut, school und church. A little. boy wiih taught tile Lord's In I'm J und found It much to hlx tnate. ruleraise Ititbobybrought power. At auy Charity to Have the Chance. 18 per cent water and B per cent pro-- j let Klias Smith. Paint Lick, Kv to the house. it "What urn you going to iiuiko of SYCAMORE VALLEY. is in reH-ntluteln. It For n few days ho kept your non Charley" I asked. "Will," ti Timothy Hay For Sale. 300 bales Mllll great faithfulness, nnd then anreplied Charley's father, "I nuulit n 8ucceaa at l.ait. sell us whole or in 10, 20, or 30, bale disScoura In Pigs. nounced to his mother In Mrs, Jane Dennu continues quite ill. relief gust : "I heuril another fellow .rent Hint "A for jour thoughts, sh" doctor of Hob, u luwyer of Halph und If scours In, pigs appear In spite of lots. say Fred J. Conn. a inlnlstcr of Ilert, und Jo Is it literto Mr. Mr. Win linker aold a cow from life Arc prayer today, mother. Kind thing wo said. "I'll take Itl Hurrah -1 knew all precautions the following treatment 2t ulnng that this inovlin- - i.i. inr.. ary man. I think I'll make a luborlng Hilly I.uwson for 3J cts per lb. has proted valuable to tbe Missouri know It'a going to get ull around ull you to hiarlo would sell sooner or later, In splto man of Charley, I wiint ono of them agricultural experiment station. Retown." l.xchuuKt. Miss Nell Hay spent soveral duya the telego by oi tne iiu'i mat every director to whom to lave a little moiiey."Llfe. I I VK STOCK MAUKKT. duce the son's feed, clean up more past week willi her coutin. Miss Marie It wus submitted declured It worthin thoroughly (bun before uud give the Kay. CINCINNATI UNION hTOoK VAItUB. less." Judge. Can You Do Itf l sow a of sulphur In ea'-"Juice" Used Up. Mrs Lizzie linker and children spen' If you wero to tiak un averugo cigar Cattle lluae rttieep feed for several days. It Is ulso well Nu 1 Mildred, uge four uud u half I 7(iW HI the week end with iter mother, Mrs. smoker If he could smoke a cigar right UATTI.Ki to give the sow a good dose nf epsom is years, nnd her brother. Hobble, two My Friend. J doajs on Dennis. through In steady, consecutive puffs Butcher altera eilra pig may 1 salts. If practicable each s., My friend la constant, like (hut high mil u half jeaiH, were pushing their you-priceles5 Mk4 1 n (loud tn ckotce without niico Inking It from Ids iiinuth, given a tcasiKiouful of castor oil or Mr. I.ulhcr Ilurdette and family were star, to fair 0'4 a he would probably audio at the sim- come und though dlstanc nnd days rocking chairs over tho floor, pla) . epsom salts, and charcoal should be Cuumou mra 0MKH7U0 visitors last Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Drop to plicity of I lie feat. You nre fairly Kafo between u. i do clouds between lug they were automobiles, houklug lltiMi. provided in any convenient way, If Good locbolr. 6TV4S0J) Tom Itay. uud milking noises Imitating a maetl to wager him that ho cannot do it. It mid ine, I know my friend no cheaper charcoal can I secured It Counnou to fair aM i M1 hri-atlMr. and Mrs. Curt Naylor were the Half n cigar generally consumes Itself tbere, Khluliig itlih tin; same c,.Ur, chine, when Mildred, out of ... . ran be supplied by starting fires of Coa, eitra (500 6 00 BASTJN TELEPHONE while held In tho linger of the smoker flendy light, and when the distance wns heard to exclaim: "Oh, Hobble . e 5 MX4 i M guests of Mr. John Clark and family OcxmI to choice cobs and then putting the tires nut nnil duya nre incited uwuy, I shall lind Let's rest, 1 urn out of gasoline I" a or pluteil on un ush truy. .. I 76 laat Sunday. Csmmou to fair they burn out, COMPANY It no. I,elgh Mitchell Hodges. Cauuera tlMKil Mrs. Hud I'ollurd and children were A0i4S(U Hulls balofuaa represents-tiv- e Credit Given to Galileo. Campaign Slogans. Mrs Frank Dennia for rat bulla,.., 0JKJ9M with her sister, Tuberculosis In ths Country, I'crhups tho first real step In tho decall you Webster'a "tho past ut least la se lujiail ui the week end. CALVKSt citra velopment of clock regulation Is duo Tuberculosis Is wurse In tho coun- - cure," and "Liberty uml Union, now Prescription ralrtosood 003 ion how Mrs Metcalf and daughter are spendto Guillen, who discovered the ll follc I1""1 fo"'V'r, one uud lllMnlruble,, ure i Wo) v 2S for "y Couiaouauil larseM m. . i"i"i Mrs. in IsochroiilKiu of uniformity of the pen- still 110(18 kuo1 packers audbuu-berVMtlo W) ing the week with her daughter, they can sleep In closed ImperUhiible. Clay's ileclurutlou, "I dulum, using It, however, only for the bedrooms und keep their heullh. Most would rulher bo right VWiHW Walkes Uurdette. Ulicdlackert.. than bo preal- for II raara tbs standard remedy fur all ikln Blact luveutlon of it little Instrument for en- of the Ills that humuu Heah Is heir dent," will loug remiiln In the books Mr. and Mrs. Hobt. Shearer and son, til nana, A Iwjald used rilnnallr. Juataai Couiniou toebolcs beavjr fat aowa. 7 3i' s AO abling doctors to count their patients' to ure due to living lu houses. We of quotations, und uloug with It will Ysuriuuiity Itch. Kc.eocaodll.iM. ntte frosa s 604 us) Uradley, were guests of Mr, and Mrs. lark If the Crst bottle dots not Ulna yvu Llahl slit irs pulao beuts the precursor of the umdo too sudden u Jump from the log run recollection of the retort of yom 4 VX& S bti A, U. Ilrown, Sunday, assM. Ask slsa alawt UU.U. Swap. riltl.lllOlbiauilleai) Btethoscopc. To his aon wus left tho cuhln full of heulth-glvlncracks to Heed, when u congressman bad quoted HHKEl'ieiua IKKatrl Adams Kay and John work of applying the pendulum to the the modern t, CiuoU to cbol-- s overheated U with un emphutlc nourish, "Uut you taotatui Messrs Tom bbls guarantee jou best terylcjj dH clock. of corn from Mr, v. Ill never bo either." Coiaiuou to lair Wtfi 00 purchased 120 U. E. McRoberta, Lancaster. Ky. . . i Usa-- a. a.iiriwja a .1 I iI JKis 4 per day per steer. Tbeso are the re- - , suits secured In a recent test at the Missouri agricultural experiment station, In which some steers were full fed, while others received much less feed, writes P. F. Trowbridge. The steers which received feed insufficient for the greatest growth were most affected by such ailments ns indigestion and pink eve, and their sickness was more likely to result In death. In fact, among more than a hundred steers In the experiment nil the losses except one were among the low fed animals. Steers fed for long periods, such as three years and a half, on feed Insuf- - , nclent for the greatest growth did not seem to lie able to digest their feed ' and to make gains when later put on full feed. Even a steer whose growth was greatly retarded for only ono year never equaled In weight a steer of the same age which had been full fed from birth, although when put back on full feed be made very profitable gams and developed ".very choice n FARMER'S COLIM of beef. These result do not disagree with the common observation that thin steers often make tbe most profltablt gains. Such feeders hart space I'tlow this heading li lot me excla-ivusually not been starved ao long or so tife ot our farmer labterlberi. and la for stesuuy. jiney uave usually had bulky lbs eals ot lock, tiam and tuch (Mora ou feed, which kept up tbe stomach capacfarm at the farmer caunol afford to adrer ity even though It didn't furnish a I lie. No notleo will be accented orer lour great deal of nourishment, and were I lDea. ami alll beotilrln 'wo leaoea ol Ihe very likely to have t least occasion- itnitii frffitfeliaiK al large quantities of good, nutDUoiu For Sale-Fi- ve Hun Plymouth Kock feed, while tbe steers In the test were R. E. Henry. roosters, $1 00 each, kept regularly on small quantities of food for long periods, so that they FOK SALE Two good milk cows. seemed to lose the capacity to eat and Robt. Gum side. digest as large quantities as they must Fresh and young, handle to make the most profltnlile For Sale or Rent 1 acres of im- car-ca- la much reduced aa well as the gain SAVE FROM $100. to CONN 'n1 e & at $3.40 per bbl. Second Street. GTJNNS CHAPEL. Miss Lucy Worthington is attending school at Danville. Miss Maude Teater spent the week- end with her parents near Edenton. Mrs. Drew Davis spent a part of last week with her daughtet, Mrs. Irvine Simpson. Miss Thelire Simpson of Berea Col lege will spend the week-en- d with her Hascom Brown TAYLOR Work No mnn has n can get work to rich as Croesua. Obligatory. right to be Idle. If be do, even If he be aa Selected. Optimistic Danville, Kentucky. Thought. In do u little thing Optimistic Thought. Charity cannot dwell Kith tad narrow spirit. a mean parents here. aim Maggie Tracy and little cousin, Ike Clark, spent from Tuesday till Thursday with J. II. Clark and family, Mrs Lina Ray and Miss Ida Mae Tracy spent juite an enjoyable day at Mr and Mrs Thomas Nsylor'a Tuesday. Rev. F. M. Tinder preached at the school house Monday and Tuesday eve nings to large and appreciated audiences Mr. and Mrs. Will Clark and little son. Earl Ward, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Ward for the week It well. l it treat thing One of ths Common Follies. One of the common follies la tn beRtclpe for Happiness. lieve that what Is railed "the latest" la "Happiness," anld Uncle Kben, de ability to forget about de shower the heat. Albany Journal. In uihnlrln' de beauty nf de rainbow." Article Somewhat 8carcs. "Contentment abides with the One Way to Be 8afe. "May we have aome inoro crullers, truth." says an old adage; but very few men are In a Mixtion t tnuih grandma? I'm sure they won't hurt us If we're rareful not to enjoy them." for the truth of It. Life. II Worth While Quotation. "Old hooks, as you ell know, are books of the world's joulh, and new iMMiks nre fruits of Its age." Holmes. Surely 6ome.nlng Wrong. When a Mnnll Isiy refuses a second piecr of plr It's n sign there l something wrong Willi him or with the 1 pie. !) ,(,,,.. ??? With a telephone your home he the next room. This means olllr saved. let another day without a phone your home? Why takes chances? The cost trifling the service to a card today promptassistance, pain, going D.D.D. Eczema and have a and tell little it costs to have your a telephone house. Western Electric Telephones '"'