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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 9, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916110901_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 9, 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 REUOlOh, UNI A RNI8RED DEMOCRACY AND GOOD GOVERNMENT TWINTT SKVKNTH YIAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER 9. 1916. NUMIII 31. i n i. in 1 n.L uon Twaiuonncnusii i i i g Crrmo Dairy Feed will make vour awi kIv mote milk. For tale by Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Try our high grade flour. It la guar antied to please you or money back. Sacks or barreli. Hudson, Hughes & pArnau. I s T 0 Y E 1 IB Get Your SAUSAGE HILLS. LARD PRESSES AND BUTCHER KNIVES The Circle Girls will hold their annual They Goose Supper, November 24th. will appreciate a call, from you to have a plato reserved. He sure and hear Dean Mary Sween ey diacun the high coat of living, the ratio of Income to exiensc nnd the nourishing value of foods at School Auditorium, tomorrow afternoon. i I :; Still another export record has been broken. The total value of goods shipped out of this country In September was $512,817,957, or $3,000,000 more NOW 3 WHERE? AT than for August, when exports first passed the half billion mark for a single month. jBj HI ELECTORAL Where They Stand VOTE Now. Hughes i ! I BROS. 1 s LOR ENC3ES Make Your Home Comfortable. 7 3 CONN State Alibama Arizunu Wilson 11! 1 LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. Arkansas H Californin Colorado 3 9 13 C m M r?? Connetticut... Delaware Florida Georgia Idaho Illinois C 14 J2 A No. 53 Florence Heating Stove will heat four and five rooms. Make your home like summer all the winter m , 4 DRIFT OF LATE RETURNS S3 IS 13 INCREASE H Holds Fire All Night. Faints- - Inciana Iowa Kansas 10 13 HIS LEAD. NEARLY AIL DOUBTFUL FOR STATES SHOW STEADY DEMOCRATS. TREND Haselden Lancaster, - Bros., Kentucky 11 Kentucky Lodiaana Maine Maryland SI Mi Kinds. All Sizes. 10 C a 18 Window Glass MoRoberts Drugstore vrm Mrrn a vi.ach iifiHT Ton Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana 12 10 18 4 ' IS ' Nebraska.: Navada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina 8 3 4 14 3 45 12 S 24 10 38 5 1 North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Pennsylvania Rhode Island A telenhone message from Democratic headquarters last night late, states, thBt Chairman MrCormlck claims that "when the count is finishsd Wilson will have more than 300 electoral votes." In claiming the of Woodrow Wilson a statement was made from Democratic headquarters, that the President could lose both California and Minnesota and still be elected. Mr. McCormlck claimed the "solid South" with 149, Arizona 3, California 12, Montana 4, 13, Colorado C, Idaho 4, Maryland 8. Missouri 18, Minnesota North Dakota 5, Nebraska 8, Nevado 3, New Hampshire 4, New Mexico 3, Utah 4. Washington 7 and Wyoming 3. lotal JS3. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, SPANISH CAKE. Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Office Phone 18. Residence Phone 33. i OUR NEW line or s GOODS CANNED there has been a big advance South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington Wisconsin Wyoming 5 12 20 4 RAISIN POUND. CO r m 73 4 12 arc now in our store. 7 13 FRESH OYSTERS, as Good g None Better-Fe- w $ Our prices have not been Increased although In the market. S DAVIDSON & 3 3 230 Totals 2i8 5 . Doubtful -- Oregon 8 West Virginia Total number electoral votes S31 Number necessary lor election 2CC. TIMINSON. KENTUCKY OLD TIME MAJORITY ROLLS UP FOR DEMOCRACY CELERY, CRAN BERRIES AND HEAD LETTUCE, ETC. Phone 20. r o CO m o O r D m Wilson's Plunliay Reaches 26,604 Votes z OLD HIGKORY WAGON RunsLighter-LastsLonger 1 ii Five times as many used as any other wagon. Our prices are right. Sold by ! W. J. ROMANS I'rvsident Wilson's majority in Kentucky last Tuesday reached 2tl,C0l votes over Charles B. Hughes, Itepublican. The total number cast for Wilson being ISX.GiJ, Mr. Hughes receiving a total of KM, yO'J votes. In the races for Con Kress the Democrats won in every dia trict, savn the Tenth and Eleventh and in those districts the majorities were rut down materially. Helm's majority in this district will reach nearly 3,000, In the Sixth congressional district President Wilson und Rcuresentativo Arthur II. Rouse received majorities of more than 10,000 over their Itepublican opKnents, while III the Seventh district Representative Cantrill has a majority of over U.000. In tho Ninth Representative W. J. Fields has n majority of close to 0,000. fjie Congressmen carried their districts by the following votes: First District- - A. W. llurkley. Democrat, over 0. 1'. Thomas, Republican, by a majority of 13.7S7. Second District David II, Kicheloe, Democrat, over W. T, Fowler, Republican, by a mujority of 3,700, Third District -- It. V. Thomas, Jr.. Democrat, over J. Frank Talor, Republican, by a majority of G18 Fouith District Ilcii Johnson, Democrat, over John I'. Haswell, Republican, by u majority of 3,022, Fifth District -- Swngar Sherley, Dem ocrat, over W. C. Owens, Republican, by a majority of 1,080. Sixth District-Art- hur II. Rome. Democrat, over J. E. Shcpard, Republi can, by a majotity of 10,815. Seventh Disttict J. Campbell l, Democrat, over W. J, Mamby, Republican, by a majority of 9,483. Eighth District-Harv- ey Helm, Dem ocrat, over L. T. Neat, Republican, by a majority of 2,981. Ninth District-- W. J. Fields, Demo crat, over A. J. I'ennington, Republican, by a majority of 5,434. W. I.angley. Tenth District-Jo- hn Republican, over Willis Station, Democrat, by majority of G.305. Eleventh District-Cal- eb Powers, Re publican, over S. U. Dishman, Demo crat, by a majority of 19,373. dia-triCan-tril- Theo Capital $50.000. 1. 2. 3. 4. Currey. 'O c z CO CO See Border of "Ad" for Names of Cakes. m IAI: WJLinHd 3HOHUO S I H d3 Surplus $50,000. STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. Pay your bills by check, and have your wife pay her bills by check schemes. Never lend an ekr to Follow some system in saving Do not be haphazard about it. Rent a safe deposit box for your valuable paper?. Make free use of the service we oiler. Teach the child the value ot money by giving them an allowance. Meet your friends ut this bunk for transacting important business 5. Photo by American l'rss Association. PRESIDENT WnODROW WILSON. 6. 7. e Citizens National Bank GARRARD COUNTY REDUCES OF LANCASTER. U. F. HUDSON, President. W. 0. P.ICNEY, Ass't Cash'r KV. POLLS HER LARGEST VOTE AND MAJORITY. REPUBLICAN i JOE J. Walxek, W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. J. J. WALKER, Vice Prest. Jr., Exactly 3,000 votes were icllod in fiarrurd county last Tuesday which was several huudred more tlmn was ever known here before. The election passed oir quietly and the result of the county's vote was announced within thirty minutes after the polls closed. The result gave the Republicans a majority of 251 votes, four years ago this county gave a Republican majority of 311 and eight year ago a majority of 487, to Congress Helm ran practically with the President and he is by something like 3,000 majority. The following is the tabulated vote of the county. Demo- Repub- - THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. Copftal $50,000. A. It Surplus i30,000. Prei't S. 0. DENNY. Cathler. J. U Ultx, r; )ENNY, President Precints Court II. East Park Wast Park cratir 223 232 134 171 174 93 93 157 96 1373 . Prohibl- Social- - Progrei Social slve 1 J. Helm 1 E. STORM ES, Vice lican 165 tion I 3 3 6 1 1st Laboi Neat 165 219 141 184 12J 247 140 192 210 1627 219 141 184 129 247 140 192 210 1627 WestB. EaatU. Uuckeye Union 2 223 232 134 171 174 It. T. Jmbuv, Ass't Cashier. Safety Deposit Boxes J, For Rent. 11. WalkeraS. Paint Lick 93 93 157 96 14 WE SOLICIT YOUR BUSINESS. Totall Samual D. Cochran. 4,AIx It. r Denny, Stormei, S. C. Denny, J. L. GUI. Dr. W. J. E. H. Posey, Elliott. Director. 2 1 1 73 The Central Record, Thursday Nov 9 1916 KENTUCKY NEWS CUT TO THE QUICK FOR BUSY READERS The State Itarlng Commission, In ten Ion nt Lexington, ndopted a rule. prohibiting tho racing of before April 1, 1917. I'adurah bakers propose to put out 22 n Irn prut Inflf nf lirrni! 'ounces and n live rent loaf weighing 10 ounces. John lloblnson's circus, which Is now In Georgia, ftants to winter in Lexington. It Is prolmblo that tho ar id mngemont will bo made. U. W. McQraw. a farmer of near rlval of twin sons at his home, la C7 years old, and has been the father of eighteen children. He has been married three times. Eighteen well mannered saddle tinrr tho nronprtv nf S. T. Harbison l& Co., of were sold at nuo Hon In New York for $3,51!.. The star old of the lot was Cozctte, a marc, which brought J92.. Kentucky's John W. Vrceland, one of editors, owner and publisher of tho Farmers' Home Journal nnd prominent In politics, died In of Ilrlght's his home In disease. A sentence of ten days In jail and n fine of $70 given Fred Lemon, mer chant of Providence, Webster county. In a warehouse near whose store r forty-three nopcvCllSYllil', pruuui reruns uiu tu- - "Just What I Want!" Give me cake made nlih Calumet I knoir wh.it I know in I'm pitting f 'It'fa'ImC ulumct'snon-derfu- l Icnia- -i tig and railing poiw- - 'is absolute pnrily. f ali!it for uniform V-ai..l c. nornj," K.ccivc.l Itiibctt Award. Iturc.rrholesome, nourishing, tempting a u! km -'- T ftT cases of beer were found, was affirmed by the Court of Appeals. Orders were Issued at Ft. Thomas, Ky., for all tho recruits stationed there to proceed Immediately to El l'aso, Texas, to strengthen Kentucky regiments on border duty. More than 100 men will Icae on special train from Covington this week. Mrs. Jasper Whitfield, of Hopkins-vlllc- , returned home from the funeral of a kinsman, she found her husband's body In the stable. The top of dead his head had been blown off and a shotgun lay at his side. No cause for the supposed suicide Is known. Prof. Erie Boston, who has charge of the Augusta colored schools, Is tho first teacher In Bracken county to announce the opening of tho moonlight schools this year, the prospective pupils being aged negroes who can Cheap and bigcanUaUng Powders donot save you money. Calumet does It's pure! and far superior to tour milk and soda. Novel Tax In Holland. ISaMes with more than one Chris tian name are taxed In Holland. Uncle Eben. "Happiness," raid Uncle Ebcn, "Is what 'most oven body thinks he'd be In Joyln' If he hud somolrocly else's chance nt It." Hot Shot for Mr. Peck. Teck "O court-?- , like nil women, you have un Inordinate curiosity?' Mrs. I'eck "Got n curiosity, have I? I've got n freuk." R k Equality. A countryman Is ns wnnn In fustian ns n king In velvet, nnd u truth Is ns comfortable In homely language ns In fine speech. Spurgeon. Improbable. Sympathetic Stranger "Hullo! old chap-fal- len In?" Unfortunate Ang ler (sarcastically) "Well, jou don't mpposo this Is do you?' I'nsslng Show. , Hogs. neither read or write. Found guilty of having prescribed morphine and cocaine unlawfully. Dr. John Karagozlan. of Louisville, was fined $250, the maximum under the law, by a Jury In Criminal Court. His convlcltlon marked the second within a year for n similar offense. In Its report to Judge Charles Kerr nt Lexington, a grand Jury, which had been In session for five weeks, recom mended that tho next Legislature make an "appropriation of at least $100,000 for more buildings to relieve the cronded condition" of the Eastern Stato Hospital. President Henry S. Baker announced that tho University of Kentucky au thorltlcs would Institute a rigid In vcstlgatlon Into alleged Hallowe'en dcpedatlons of university students aud present tho result to the grand Jury with tho view of having the guilty persons punished. Former State Commissioner of Agri culture J. W. Newman has decided to establish a nursery of pedigreed dairy cattle and hogs at his farm on the Dry Uldge turnpike, near Ver failcs. He will stock his farm with Holsteln cattle and Itcd Berkshire incstlgatlng the lynching, shooting and burning of two negroes, Black Klnley and Luther Durett in Paducah, on October 16, made a scaled report to Circuit Judge William M. Heed and was discharged. What the report contained was not made public, but a member of the grand Jury said that no one was Indicted. Between 100 and ICO witnesses were examined and each swore he did not know any of the mob Rejecting the proposition for student after a stormy debate, the students of the Southern Baptist Theological seminary referred back to the faculty the responsibility of seminary dis cipline. This Is one among the first seminaries In America to consider the plan. It Is the first In the south. was recently adopted In the divinity department of Prince- ton university. It has been rejected at Newton, Center. Yale and Chicago. Mining companies operating company stores must redeem coupon books 78, were blown In atoms. They lived nt FARM OF 120 ACRES, RESIDENCE AND Montlcello nnd had been at' work In LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS. Wayne county, having been In the Estill field only about fivo days. Clouse has a wife nnd five children. Having decided to leave the county, In n pistol fight at Elkhorn, Satur- I will on day night, Caleb Cantrcll wns shot nnd Ifi, 1910 killed, and Charles Anderson was fa THURSDAY. NOVEMBER tally wounded by l.oyd Cantrcll, a nt the farm, beginning nt 10 o'clock n Deputy Sheriff nnd brother of Caleb m., sell nt public outcry to the highest Cantrcll. Tho trouble Is the culmln bidder the following property t; atlon of nn old feud between Lo)d My farm of 120 acres in Mercer County, An Ky a miles east of llurgln nenr Curds-vill- e Cnntrell nnd Charles Anderson. derson, after being shot clown, gave pike, improved with good Deputy Cantrcll n severe beating. dwelling, large new stock barn, silo, Colonel Phil Chlnn, tho Kentucky two tobacco linrns, tenant house nnd horseman. Is getting ready to make n good fences, plenty of water, CO ncres trip to the horsa markets In Europe In now in whent, twenty acres now In bar pick up racing material. Ho announced ley, plenty of line tobacco land for next that ho would sail on tho St, from New York November 11, and crop, balni.ee in blue grass, I, nnd suit while abroad will make n tour of vci 10 hii crops nnu admitted to tie one the principal stock farms of England of the best whent farms of tho county. and France. Mr. Chlnn represents Immediately following this will sjl horsemen, nmong whom nre Jefferson my residence property 011 Main street Litlngston, John A. Drake and others. in Burgln, Kv.. being n large lot with Ono of the largest suits ever Instl new residence with tutcd In the Fayette Circuit Court was veranda, porch and other conveniences, I filed by the and N. railroad com water nt door and barn in lot, being pany against the Western Union Tel one of the best properties in this thriv'r;raph Company, for $071,12.1.30, nl ing railroad town. leged due ns rental of the poles and STOCK: Three good work Horses, wires of the telegraph company on the 8 number one Jersey milch cows, all railroad's right of way and for space used In the company's depots and young and fresh in last two months; ttatlons during the period from Au one nice young Jersey Heifer, six Poland China Sows and pigs, four good gust IS, 1015. to August IS, 1916. high cost of living was brought brocd sows, just bred;onc Poland China The to the attention of the Covington City male hog, nice bunch of shoats. PROVENDER:-2- 00 barrels Corn in Commissioners by the policemen, when a formal request for an Increase of crib, 8 tons mixed hay, i tons sheaf fill renU mt hour In their nay. Pa oats, 250 shocks of fodder. trnlman Deltz was the spokesman, He IMPLEMENTS:-O- ne new Webber said: "The majority of the patrolmen Wagon, 1 new wheat Drill, one Mowing aie men of families, halng on an Machine, 1 two-hors- e Rake, new cutnverage of four or five to support. ting Harrow, 1 Harrcw, 1 CuWe can't exist on tho present pay with 1 ltivator. tobacco Plow, 2 Turning the BgiT cost as It Is." Plows, 1 Disc Plow, 1 seven-hors- e pow Brotherhood officials In Louisville er Gasoline Engine, 1 self-feeBlizzard d"ny knowledge of a widely circulated Cutting Box, .10 feet of pipe and elbow, rum.ir that a strike vote had been or- - 1 Corn Crusher, 1 De Laval Cream cicre.l ar.ioim employees of the L. and N rtailrcad. It was said the balloting Separator, 1 Saddle and Bridle, 1 pnir Adron wire fence stretchers. Cunt was on a proposition to compel the of about 50 men who are Hooks a.ul Log Chain, Cross Cut Saw. Wagon, two-seat1 long said to hac been discharged at Nash-'ll- e Spring Trap, and other points on the heel's shaft rubber tire Break Cart, 1 Buck if a tll;ies In support of the Federal Board, new Wagon frame. 1 tobacco .lgbt hour law. frame, 3000 feet of white oak fencing, w ith an initial organization of 10,0(10 tobacco sticks, also 1 1 acres of tMrtyflio men, tho Intercollegiate tobacco stripped out. Prohibition Association league has AUTOMOBILE:-W- ill also sell one Icrn organized nt the Southern llap- - new 1917 Maxwell Autotlf t I lieolngteal seminary, and for the mobile. 50 gallons of gasoline and steel flr. t time in the history of the Instl-lut'o- s a study class In the liquor tank. Possession of the farm nnd Burgln problem will be conducted. A large delegation from this school will at- property given buyer on January 1 1917. Terms on farm and dwelling property tend the national convention and oraof purchase cash, remainder torical contest to be held at Lexing- one-thir- d ton December 27 to 31. in 1 and 2 years; notes to bear G per Without returning any Indictments cent. interest. On the personal property tho special grand Jury which had been to be banxable notes clu and payable 1 While preparing to remove SOO quarts of nitroglycerin from Sweet-licto tho Furnace lease In the Estill county oil fields, J. E. douse and James Edwards, oil well shooters . k PUBLIC OK SALE! I THE LAND OF SUCCES V. Financial Harvests. In South Georgia financial harvests will be reaped for many years to come, by those who are smart enough to buy land there at present prices. Early Crops. Big1 Profits. o, About the time next spring when land In this county Is being plowed the early crops from South Georgia will be moving Into the big markets-ChlcngNew York, Baltimore, Boston, etc. On these early crops more noney per acre will be made than on any crop the highest priced land in Kentucky will produce. Then one and even two more crops in same year and on sf me land will be duced by this South Georgia land. pro- The land I am selling connot be improved upon as an investment. It can never be bought at a lower price and the reaeon why is this; good land at low prices is scarce, all farm land is constantly advancing In price. So therefore, our land being high class, fertile well located with fine railroad facilities will so soon as It is cultivated and is producing the big priced crops soar in price. Buy now and make money-y- ou can't loose. Our prices are from $12 to $35 per acre what will it be worth when producing crops paying net profits of from $100 and up per acre every year? Every acre we have will do this. Are you interested? Write me. months afterdate, without interest. I am living on the farm nnd will be pleased to show buyers over the farm or town property. My phone number is Burgin Exchange. VIRGIL WHITE, R. K. I). No. 4. Burgin Ky. l' Boliver Bond, Auctioneer. leton, Care Central Record. by a vote of ICS to Raising the Hat at Funerals. Many curious Instances of old laws may Hill be found In Unglattd. In Chci-tethe man who falls to rale his hat when a funeral Is pasMng becomes liable by an old law to be taken before a magistrate and Imprisoned. This practice of raisin;; the hat when a funeral passes Is now more oberved In Loudon than It eer was. LEVEL GREEN. Mrs J. T. Allen continues vcrv ill. Mr and Mrs Henry Green visited In lierea Saturday. Mr nnd Mrs Leslie Wylip visited her parents Sunday. Mrs. Robert Clark It very sick at the home of V. E. Kstriilge. Mr and Mrs V. M. Wells of Ileren have been visiting their son. Mr and Mrs C. C. Sowder of l'oint Level have been visiting Mr John Green. Hro. I Sprinkles of l'reaclicrsville preached Saturday night and Sunday nt brings. Cartersvllle. A dlwocry that created no little Miss Verna Montgomery visited her, emitamcut was made on tho farm ol sister Mrs J, II. Hamilton and attended Charles M. Embry. near Richmond the Pie Supper. While the workmen were getting out 1,1 tlie 'marry they uneaithed a Mr and Mrs Carl Hoop of Silver rofk ,.,., perfect skeleton of what looked to be ......a- - ...... i,.. V. " - i, " ,(, feu.... a young man about 20 years old. The of Mr C. S. Hoop and family. skeleton was discovered In a ledge ol A protracted meeting will begin at rock covered over with about eighteen M. K. church ubout the lllh. tiro. Inches of dirt. the Dissolving an Injunction to prevent Kldwell will assist in the services. an election November 7, to vote foi Mr and MrsT. A. Green spent $H2,000 road bunds In Bell county with the latters parents, Mr and Judge Thomas said roid bonds may b Mrs J. A. Merryman of Point Level. voted to the amount of S per rent, ol Tho Christian Endeavor of this place tho county assessment, as In Section sicin to be doing u great work. Large H7 A, of tho Constitution, and art attendance every Sunday night and new not limited to 2 per cent, of the assess ment of Section ICS, which goverui members being added recently. uUickIndebtedness. Miss Eva Merrvmun spent Saturday night with Mrs Mary Clark and attended the social there, which was bi enjoyable occasion to tho large number who attended. One of the most enjoyable events of BOOKKEEPING L, the season was a llallnween party 1 Builneis.Phonography Zo TYPEWRITING and tho school. The ghost and witch were Xf present, and the'old folks as well as S. TELEGRAPHY X .....I. rmr the children took part in the sport. The .Iflr-lWILBUK K.SMlin BU5INtS5 LULLCHE school at that place seems to be much . ... dii iffiriuifiMTWDM in more""" auve, aiienuancu u.increaeing rapidly Iff rrMi'knl tmiiim. io u Moulin u4 tokii "" '!!" since the busy season is about over. The state of Kentucky, the largest tobacco producing area In tho world has had one of the best years In Itt history and the production will anjount to at least 4G3,G2t,000 pounds. The final estlmato for Kentucky last year was 350,100,000 pounds. Thus an Increase of 107,221,000 pounds or per cent Is Indicated. A female buzzard was caught a few miles from Augusta with a sheep bell attached to Its neck, and It was dls covered that this was the same bird that was caught In a hollow tree by two boys twenty-H- i o years ago aft t the bell had been attached to Its noil. The Buzzard located In the olJ hallow tree where It was captured An automobllo approaching a travel er driving u horse on tho publl; high way, whlrh frightens tho horse, must he stopped by the driver of tho auto mobile. The Court of Appeals, Chlel Justlio Miller writing, decided thli point of law In reversing the Carroll Circuit Court In the caso of Huberl Allen Searcy against F. M. Golden. Tho I., k N. railway has announroJ that It will not permit any of Its oal carrying equipment to go north o! Louisville or Cincinnati. Thoiit-and-i of Its cars are now being held l ithor linos, which prefer to pay the 40 cents a day charge rather Hian re turn them and lose the profit each car ALL Te OVER. m O & 9 9 ft ci, " ,i Sun-da- to employees In cash, when their wages, In anticipation of which the coupon books were Issued, become due, notwithstanding the fact that the books aro not transferable and arc redeemable only In merchandise at the stores which Issue them. The Court of Appeals held this In tho case of the Poiid Creek Coad Company, of I'lko county, against Itlley Bros., who re- coercd J1.035.1S Judgement, tho value ot coupons In books purchased by them from the company's employes. Believing that her son William was dead because of his long absence, Mrs. Delia Johnson, of Newport, filed suit several months ago In the Campbell County Court against an Insur ance company to collect his lnburance money. The mother was overjoyed last week to hear from her son, whom neither she nor tho Insurance com pany had been able to locate. He sent a letter with his protograph. In his letter he tells of many Interesting experiences during his trips to foreign countries. He la 20 years old now. and joined tho navy four years ago. Tho milkmen of Ellzabcthtown and adjoining kcctlons, who demanded 20 cents a gallon from October to April, and 15 cents from May to August, from the Louisville dealers In milk, were turned down, have Inaugurated a "milk strike" which may result In a milk famlno In Louisville. Tho milkmen who have Joined tho Kentucky Milk Producers' Association, will put In Issued ft 9 Election is now over and we are absolutely helpless to change the final result, so let us forget it, settle down to business and do things that are urgent. Harness up the team and drive to our place and load your wagon with repair material for YOUR GRATES AND CHIMNEYS, YOUR ROOF, YOUR BARNES AND e e OTHER OUTBUILDINGS. HANGERS AND DOOR YOUR DOORS, DOOR YOUR CISTERN TOP, HINGES, FOR SAME, 9 9 9 PUMPS AND PARTS YOUR CELLAR DRAIN TILE, NEW BARN STALLS AND MANGERS. 9 9 9 9 9 9 operation u "skimming station" and will manufacture their milk Into butter, which will be shipped to New York City. Tho Association controls 90 per, cent ot lb milk shipped Into Louis-- ! J We. i - Don't start in for six months winter without a place properly fitted for your stock. Don't drag that barn door from now until spring. All lost, nothing saved. Jefferson 'School CUXI'LITTK TWO VUKUH KL wm 1.1. II. lllh Mf ubrnS (t 1.1. Bmu' a i iilttia.Jsu l. ITtriMtrM f or 1 f Lav. uv ' ... ll ... :iiut cr h.if rir?M.""'f iiwiijtar.uiitJiotru niinn- DruiTD-.vru tsnjtiii urrrj.urr i c.-v. tir iruoiwo ,ia nm i.. Hervey & W oods Paint Lick, Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday Nov 9, 1916 STANFORD For Winter Colds You real tnlc Alrenfth U rMulrrd lo nrtrrnmm n that I t IrmibU. tanlt I Talutll In ih roM. and ymi rUrrhl rntidiHrtn, map lWom ran rmtquvr Chronic A cnM la rhronle. tut catarrh t It ratarrh lromM ytirme, in vol tin lha itmnach art! tha Intn tha nua or throat. It mrana itafnalkm. tlnal tract m well th nrj th. fUllf Wrfrir A I It r karri away In wait mattr, HUptli tha Inflammation and tone up tha r(m. Vvr fnrtr-flfcan It haa In faUrrh lhmjnU nf irralrfu) auiTrrrra. who wllllnslr UH lha wnrM nf thrlr tttitt, I'rruna'a Ion liMtirr of htJpfuU --s. " la tha Tllnra that It la a hat rmi al.ouM laVr. I.lqul-- I tr tablft fnrm for your ton Mm I laiatlra an.l Manatln !i t( II rr'tofiO frUtMtMMJiM4ltMMII tn mhltt form It It iVD rnll-eknia to ami rtTiU?f with nut untnant fffot, and will rmt ,IiuM, t t ami Il.C'i f rm d hni.il an.l lnbltU, I PERUNA IS INVIGORATION j tn ul tk. THE PERUNA CO., CoIuralua.O. I (!) REX to plays Theatre I 8 I I I I (!) I WITH ! I I ! Every night showing positively the best pho- the market affords MUSIC DeLUXE 8 Be sure and see the SHIELDING SHADOW SATURDAY NIGHT. PATHE'S GREATEST. THE REX, F. A. OGDEN, LESSEE. Owning several theaters we are able to'show the best. 5 and 10 cents admission. I ii distributed. The November term of Lincoln Couii ty Clicult Court convened on Monday for a term of three weeks. The grand jury was chosen and inatructed by Judge cral days. Hardin and very little was done. Court Mra W. H. I'lah haa been Hie giieat was dismissed until Wednesday on nc STORING CORN STOVER. of her sister, Mrs S. U. Cochran at count of the election. The docket is h Lancaster. Lett Long Exposed to very full one nnd much work Is to be Should Net Miss Cora Numiellcy If ft Friday for done. A case of unusual nttu'e hns the Weathar. iifhington, I). C, where she will nt bren Died aid will he tried till Prepare.! Iiy t'nllrd Hlatea department nt agriculture. Ipml school. a term. It is an action for $15,000 Whether corn stover Is shredded or Mra. I. C. Ila)a was the guest nf Alius brought by Jones Anderson, of not. It Is of great tniortniico tlint It lie hlizabeth dililii nt Lancaster a ahort the Freacheraville section ngaluat Mrs. well stored nnd not left long exposed time Inn l week. F.liza lletring, wife of Fisher Herring, to tho weather. The lulstnko Is Mrs. Ilcr Mra Honhia Alcorn has returned homo of the aame neighborhood. made, of placing tho hay crop In fiom Louisville, where alio has been ring is a first cousin of Mr Anderson, sbeds and barns nnd leaving the corn who charges Mra Herring with have for several weeks. tovcr In sliockn tn the Held. The reMra I.elin Cooke has returned home spoken of him "lulsely and maliciously" verse Is better. Inasmuch ns most using such language as to charge him after ii weeks visit to her brother, S. Kinus or liny wilt not depreciate so. with "grand 'nrceny and with bting n ii M. Owens at McKinney, rapidly tn feeding value nnd will keep felon." Mr and Mra I.ec Itupley were the better In slinks ami ricks tlinu corn stover. 1'nless placed under cover guents of her pnrenta, Mr and Mra Will corn stover should lie fed In the fall Itohinaon at l'erryvillc. PAINT LICK curly winter. If left exposed unanil Mra Kmtna Saunilera, of Shepherd- Mr h. h. Hedrick was a visitor in til February or .March It tins little reedville, la the jtueat of her aon, Attorney ing value. Lancaster, Saturday. In the piluclpnl corn producing (!) J. N. Saundvra nnd family. Miss Nannie Campbell visited relativ Mra Alice VanAradale, of Ixiui.ivlllc States the nutmnti Is usually dry, nnd com folder dries thoroughly In ii hero nt the bedside of her abler Mra es in Itichmond the past week. V.r Arthur Riddel! and family visited the shocks nnd is sluedded ami stored Jou diode, who 19 quite ill. In burns or feed sheds with little ilan- Mia V. C. Hurt nrul little aon. of his m.itlier at Kingston Sunday. lluy jutir coal tefure winter sets in. Cridi Orchard, hnvc been the ;ueiti of Hudson, Hughes A Fa num. her parent. Mr nnil Mra J. II. Hilton. Misses Alma and Mary Lear have re Mra Mildred Ileazley haa returned home tn l.nncnster after a "visit to her turned from n housepirty at Jackson. daughter. Mra Will Ilaya and an, J. Meadames Arthur liiddell and D. W. I. . Ilenzley. White were visitors in Richmond Sat Mra Frank Mc(!rnv of Camliridne urday. SptintiJ. I'a . ii the cuesta of Mra H. Mrs II. M. Lear left Friday for a K. Knton nt the home of her daughter, visit U Mr and Mrs Iteid Lear in Mid- ' 1 dam-ngecome-time- s J. I.. Heailey spent the work end tt Atlddlesboro, Meadamcs J, 0. Lynn hihI Wnltrr Haundera went lo liuiivllle Monday. Mia .Mottle Ncviua has been visiting Mra Itet Wall nt Mt. Vernon for acv needed. These clothes are to bo gated and then taken to the home of Mra AiMla Woods, where they will be mended ma aorted out before being r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 -i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Farm and Garden I Does yours bring joy to tho breakfast table ? East South women ore solving the coffee problem. Armies have solved it. "An army travels on its stomach" and cf the army breakfast, ask any soldier what he would miss most. One of the greatest American judges has said that in the home com North West n week and notice how much home. Serve Arbuckles' for poor coffee. There is a coffee which brings a million men to breakfast "in a Lurry." Today you can Introduce its rich, full flavor in your mences with the first cup of more his breakfast means to him. Bring joy to your breakfast table. Mra C. I!. Colman. ! years work where horses years mare drivers; Jack, six years three years four years fresh Jersey 15i hands fresh three years Jersey gasoline shoats; yearling heifer; blizzard cutting six horse rake; harrow; turning tivators; drill; spring sheller; harness; cistern cleaning other things kitchen furniture numerous mention. liberal sale. Mr Walker Reynolds of Tenn, was Young I.adiea Sewing Circle on Thurs-dn- y the guest of his niece, Mrs Tom Logs- I NKULl'.CTEI) COIIN MOVER. afternoon at the St Asaph Hotel, don over Sunday. ger of heating or molding. The fodder Much in a very pleasing manner. Mr nnd Mra Smith of Cartersville should not be wet when shredded nud plensure was enjoyed by all present. were guests of Dr and Mrs PraHK stored, but damp days nro preferable. The circle will meet with Mrs J. II, Smith, Thursday. for doing the hauling and shredding I l'erkins on next Wednesday afternoon. because tho blades arc more pliable, I Mr Charles McWhorter of McWhor Dan Traylor sold last week, his farm ter was the week-en- d guest of his cous- and the fodder Is therefore handled with less waste. Hut In some sections. on the Goshen pike to Klias Kidd of in, Mr Roy Kstridge. especially In northern states, where the Liberty for $12,000 There are 75 acres Miss Agnes Henderson and little Miss corn Is full of sup when cut and where in this farm, most of which is very high Ilronn ot Lancaster, are guests of damp fall weather prevails, much care class bottom land. is understood friends in this vicinity. It Is nccestjiry In muring corn fodder or that MFKidd'a relative, n Mr Wright Mr W. S. Fish of Stanfoid was the stover to prevent heating unit molding. will have charge of this farm. Mr and tt should he placed guest of his parents, Mr and Mrs W. In such localities Mrs Trajlor have njt decided what the) under cover In ricks not more than six C. Fish the past week. or eight feet In thickness, or If shred-- ' will do. Mrs Lewis Guyn entertained the detl layers of dry straw several Inches Mrs I.ucy Miller Hartley entertained memliers of the Hook Club delightfully deep should alteniatu with layers of at Hook at her beautiful country home on Wednesday afternoon. the shredded stover. The depth of the , on last Friday afternoon. The house can vary from several Miss Stella McWhorter entertained layers of stover wua very artistically decorated in inches to a foot or more, according to informally the past week in honor of chrysanthemums, pink ones being used Its dryness when stored. The dry Miss Gertrude Gaines of Crab Orchard. straw will take up some ot the moisin the dining room nnd white ones in Mrs A. W. Crawford of Greensboro, ture from the stover and prevent the library. Mra K. T. Fence nnd Mra. II. It. Saulley served hot colTee. After North Carolina has been the guest of a number of games the guests were friends in this community for the past Storing Late Cabbage. eek. served a delightful lurch. Late cabbage can be stored In the The ladies of the W. C. T. U. will field nnd kept In very good condition If Eighth district members of the Kentucky Federation of Women's Club have an oyster supper Friday night nt care Is taken to keep the water nwny J were the guests of the Woman's Cluli Hedricks' Hall. The public is cordially from it, says tho American Agriculturto ist. A trench three and one-ha- lt of Stanford Saturday. A most attrac- invited. I Mrs. A. II. Kstridge nnd family and four feet In width is dug in a well I tive program was rendered during the drained location In the field where the meeting nnd was thoroughly enjoyed by Miss Gertrude Gainea of Crab Orchaid cabbagn Is grown. It is dug to n depth all who attended. A delightful lunchvon enjoyed a motor trip through the lllue of about ten or twelve Inches, the dirt any seven old, Two was served at the I'rincets. Much dis- Grass on Saturday. being thrown out on either side. The 1 brood mare ten old; 1 appointment was received when Mrs. The Halloween entcrtainmont at the cabbages nre pulled up by the roots. and good who School building was a great success, The loose outside leaves are carefully Moms Ilartlette of I.nwrcnceburg, old, full is president of the Women's Clubs, did old, unbrokc; 1 hverybody had a delightful evening wrapped about the heads, each In turu 1 being placed In the trench, roots up. cow in not come. old, high; nnd ubout $50. was realized. Three rows are laid In the bottom of in'Jan-uar- y; 1 cow old, Hev. Uowling filled his regular np the tremh with the cabbages us close November; The union services held Ht the Pres 1 1 sow; 7 byterian church Sunday evening in the pointment at the Christian church Sun- together ns tsisslblc. A second tier of 1 Is In and evening maimer power; 1 box No.10; interest of the Associated anCharities was day morning and Mrs Tom and was the two rows theplaced of the same the botengine, roots of rows between Lcgsdon. interesting guest of Mr largely attended nnd tom tier. As fast as the cabbages lire 2 cul- meeting held. The sum of $115.70 was 1 Deering binder; 1 mowing machine and harvested the treuch Is extended ncross 2 drag'.har-row- s; raised towards taking care of the poor What They're Like. plows; 1 disc 4 the field. during the cold winter months. There Some of the politician' speeches reAH Is covered over with dirt, the top 1 two-hors- e 2 double shovel plows; 1 are several other plans on foot that mind us of the dictionary. Just corn of the heap being ridged to aid in turngathufter another. St. 1'uul Pioneer ing water. For n long ticrlod of storage wagons; 1 f wagon; will assist the poor, such as the 1 corn 3 two-hors- e I're-- s. mendold clothes, horse manure to n depth of six or eight 1 1 buggy and outfit. Some ering of distributed hnving them when where and ed nnd Inches Is put on over the clay at about freezing up time A small drain ditch too and household and The Old Man Knew. "I hnve almost starved to learn, Is usually dugnliotit a foot out on each to Mid the struggling student, the first side lo help In keeping water out of the and made known on day of day be hung out his shingle. "And now fit. Terms will be jou must iilniost lenrn to starve." re I piled the old attorney, who remem bered the echoing emptiness of Ida earPURE BRED POULTRY. lier olllciv Christian Herald. Mri C. Hnvs Foster ard little daughter, Jnme Murrell Foster, lire the gueata of her parents. Dr. nnd Mra 0. N'uchoN at Fineville. liev. Win. II. Hopper nnd wife and Khzabeth little dauKhtcr. Jine, of Ixiuisville, have returned home after a visit to his mother. Mra Kittle Hopper nnd other relatives here. Mra Carl A. Carter entertained the 1 dlesboro. Miss Gertrude (niies of Crab Orchard is the attractive guest of Miss Ummn L'stridge. Mr and Mrs Tom itegers are rejoic ing over the arrival of twin boys, born Nov. 1st. Mr. James Itucker of Lexington, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs I. C. Today thsre are whole towns where Arbucklis is practically the only coffee used. In one State alone, in a year, four pounds of Arbuckles' Coffee was used for every man, woman and child In the State four times as many pounds of coffee as the population of the Stats I IpJt ll J I 1. 1 Itucker. PUBLIC SALE The Greatest of All Tonics and System - Builders. U Having sold our farm and after deciding to move from this county, we will on Saturday, November beginning promptly at 10 11th, No one knows the value of HEALTH better than the one who is losing it through disease. The maker of a thing kn ws best what that thing needs in the way of repairs. So, as God mace the human body he knows best what we need for repairs when attacked by di eise. That is why you find in your L'ible. references to the "Hoots and Herbs of the field that shall heal t' e nations." Before the days of Infirmaries, Hospitals. Insane Asylums, Prisons, people were well, healthy, long lived and happy. There was no "appendicitis" no "lenkirg hearts" no ovaritn troubles" no "lloating kidneys" no "heart failure" no "operations" or cutting, whittling and slicing awav the precious organs of the body that God gave human beings to KKKt". Why? Be cause people used God's medicines, Root and Herbs and kept y well. You are the same human being as were those of the past, what kept them well and cured their diseases will do the same for you. God's word and natures laws are immutable, unchanging, honest and true. This Great GOM--CEL-SA- R o'clock on the premises at Hyattsville, sell at public auction the follow- Is Hoots and Herbs, pure, sweet, fresh, wholesome. Three boxes cost $1.00, makes three full quarts of medicine and the beauty of it all is, it costs you nothing if it fails, i Stomach, Liver, Bowel Bladder, Kidney disease have been cured in innumerable instances, so why need you fear, you who SAM and be convinced. You can get read this? Try COM-CE- it from STORM GS DRUG STORE, on Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. 3L ing personal property: Dakoto 3729-3- Jack-White-Mo- West Broadway. LOUISVILLE, KY. 1L 3L Diaw A Check 1 for the money youov e and note how much more res- pectfully your creditors re- i mm gard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the w-- zmi Garrard Bank & Trust Co. They know he ia doing business in a busiress like way. Better open such nn account even if your alTairs are not large. They will grow all right. B. Ham & Son, Colds I Capt. A. M. Bourne, Auct. Hyattsville, Ky. JihouM be "nipped In the bud", for if allowed to run unchecked, serious results follow. Numerous M cases ol consumption, pneu"'cr lata! dismonia, and eases, can 'cd back lo acold. At the first sign ol a cold, protect yourself by thoroughly cleansing your system with a lew doses ol nuy My nephew, tleorge, ngetl four, nt a Sunday evening meal, vvniitid u suud-vvlcNot being nhle to say it. ho fculd: "Mother give me two pieces of bread ami a foot (moaning chicken leg) nud hide the foot." Clevelaud Lender. Wanted a "Foot." I'ure bred or standard bred poultry jiossesses ninny advantages over mongrel or scrub stunk. i;xpcrlcuco has proved that tune bred stock, lned for egg production, will lay u larger ntiiu- ' M her of eggs than common mongrel stock (l I !' of a mixed breeding. I'ure bred stock Is bred for a pur- - W pose; mongiel stock Is not. There nre meat production and n combination of the latter two purposes. I'ure bred stock produces au Improved quality of meat, The eggs are more uniform In size, shape and color and always bring u premium over mixed eggs In .$ The Garrard Bank BP & Trust Company Thoroughbred Sheep. I have THEDFORD'S Truly Remarkable Find. "Found :iu honest man yet I" wo "Hun mross a linked of Diogenes. iihenouieiion today that Interested mo A lady giving up almost ns much. housekeeping was running around to llnd a situation for u good cook." try-ln- i! 50 Thoroughbred Southdown Ewes and two Premium Bucks will sell worth the money. Will sell 25 with buck or as a whole. BROOK STOCK FARM. Prop. I I ill 1:1 Louisville Courier-Journa- l. U i envo In insurance on your house, for they can't burn. And in addition they arc permanent, weatherproof, fine in opicurancc and inexpensive. For Sale by 2 Thrv wi'l I the old reliable, vegetable liver powder. Mr. Chas. A. Ragland, Heights, Va., says: "J have been using Thcd- - Monday; the Persians, Tuesday; the Assyrians, Wednesday; the Kgyptian, Thursday: the Turks, Friday; the Hebrews and several Christian sects, Saturday, white by fur the most Christiana observe Sunday. Every Day a Sabbath Somewhere. Uvvry day In the week is u Subli.tth The Greeks observe for bomeoue. A Hock of pure hied poultry makes Tho owna very pleasing uppeurauee. er takes pride hi them and hence gives them better care nnd feeding. I'ure bred slock will llnd a quicker market and always has u greater selling value. The Initial cost of starting with pure bred blrdJ Is small; tho advantages are many Texas Station. the market, MEADOW 1 M (!) A. D. BRADSHAW, Stanford, Ky. R. F. D. No. 4 Locnl Contractors or Cortrifilit Metal RooflnjJ Co. 50 North 23rd Street. lord's Ulack-Uraug- loi Philadelphia. Pa. 0TUsThat$ stomach troubles, Indiges tion, and colds, and find ittc be the very best medicine I ever used. It makes an old man led like a young one." Insist on Thedford's, the 67 original and eenuine. Sawtd-Of- f Sermon. Some girls seem to have u great deal The Tongue and Typhus. of music In them and the neighbors According to 1. Itemlliiger, quoted are always sorry when uny of It In the Journal ot the American Medludlunapolls Star. ical Association, nti Infallible method Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated, ot telling whether it patient lias Their Derivation. typhoid (or paratyphoid) or the much Mrs. Illunderby (to her caller) "My more serious typhus, Is to usk hltu to "put out your tongue," The typhoid or (later lias named her four children, Phones paratyphoid patient does It without Miriam, ltulli, David, and Susaunali, u all after lllhulous characters." effort, but If he lias typhus he Trunscrlpt. get It beyoud his teeth. can-DUoa-to- Fine Cut Flowers For 339-- F All Occasions. 13 or 83. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. The Central Record, Thursday Nov 9, The Central Record INCORPORATED 1916. Lime, sand, cement, rock screenings. A TRIBUTE. salt, brick, etc. Hudson, Hughes A Farnau. In Loring Memory of Miss Ida NEW ILLS GOME M. Grant SALE OF GOOD MULES. Mr. V. A. Lear sold some crackerjsck mules this week to Bright snd Fox of Danville, that goes to show that the mule market is anything but dull, although the class of mules that Mr Icsr handles is about as good as can be found anywhere in Kentucky, He told 4 that were four years old for $700, one pair of six year Olds, for $175 and an extra pair of 7 year old for $550. issuRD Weekly $1.00 a tear. R. t J. M E. ROBINSON. Editor. ELKIN. Lncol Editor and Mr. Entered Member it tt the I'O'I Office In Unciitrr, Kj., eonit CUm Mall Mailer. Kentucky Press Association tod Eighth District Publishers Leaeue. Lucasler, Ky., Norember 9, 1916 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Offices ...S 5.00 "or County Ofllcea ror State and District Offices.... For Calls, per line For Cards, per line For all publications in the Interest of Individuals or expression of individual views, per lin 10.00 15.00 10 10 Beautiful October has left us and j Without a rustle to warn any one of Thanksgiving celebration Is staring us .her going, Miss Ida May Grant quietly In the face. . ...i cm ...... iiviii cm. my isico nuvj .m Autumn In Kentucky, .i.i. unajr biuiu this year, has been grand, the harvests barked on her journey into the Great are being rapidly garnered and we Beyond at an early hour Thursday should be In a very receptive mood for morning November 2nd. She had been a Happy Thanksgiving. 111 for some weeks, and the end was not unexpected, but so quietly did the jewel Miss Margart Draper of Washington she D. C, who wed the Italian Prince take Its flight from the casket that only be sleeping. What Boncampagne-LudovicWednesday seemed to life) putted off the most distinguished nuptial peaceful ending to a beautiful So peaceful was her death and so affair since the President and Mrs Gait did she lie that we made copy, before "print paper" had calm and beautiful risen to the price of gasoline and editors could not but think her own words, her of could afford to write of celebrities just description of death was prophetic away; for past time but even "Princes and her own passing Priceless Girls" must be given "short "She lies so still, that the Angel of Death, notice nowadays. Must have bidden her hold her breath. Must have bidden her hearken and hear DEAN SWEliNEY The mystery of mysteries the secret dear: Will Lecture At School Andilorium. The meaning of life and its ultimate . WITH PROSPERITY Nervous Indigestion Alarmingly ..... Public Sale OF - Prevalent Everywhere. e, DUE TO BREAK-NEC- K LIVING SCHOOL NOTES The enrollment of the Lancaster Graded School nt the end of the second month Is 370 of which 8.1 are in the High School. The average daily attendance has been good, about 95 per cent., based on enrollment. Honor Roll. The following pupils, whose attendance has been 100 percent, deportment 90 per cent, and scholarship 90 per cent, or more In each subject, are put on the Honor Roll for the second month. Grade Two.-Shlr- ley Denny, Dorothy Dunlap, Edward Estes, Omer Young. Grado Four-C- arl Criscillis. Myrtle Lee. Lillian Boylt. ekh Grade Siler, Marrs Swinebroad, Elizabeth Hugan, Frances Gra.it, Ruth Taylor, Anna Lee Polf, Paul Morrow, Jane Hasclden. Grade Seven Anna Faye King, Sal-li- e Gregory. Mattie Lee Cox. Grade Eigh- t- Henry Moore. Grade Nine Mary Brown, Thelma RESIDENCE and Household street Tan'ae Htalth Expsrt Dtscrlbta Symp toms of Rapidly Spreading Malady and Explains New Treatment Which Having Succe Wondirful la Wherever Introduced. Nenotis Indigestion, due to tho mod speed or living, has beem break-neccome alarmingly prevalent everywhere. This statement by tho Tanlac health expert has created much comment. He continued: "I have necr seen a time wiien there seemed to be so many cases of nervous Indigestion anions men an1 wome.i In all walks ot life. Here Are Symptoms. "The symptoms are cztrenie Irritability, nervousness, loss of appetite, sleeplessness, and an almost unconquerable restlessness. Kverj thing the victim eats disagrees with him. Tnern tho pains In the abdomen nnd palpitation ot the heart. Such cases are by constipation. "I attribute the prevalence ot t'.ili to the fast pace at which both trouble men and women are forcing themselves to live. Everybody Is engaged In a wild scramble for wealt'o during this high tide or prosperity. "Tho will power can drive the human maciilne just so tar, but there Is a limit. The health breaks down all at once and the victim Is miserable and unhappy just halt sick. Lire loses all Its .:est. How Tanlac Helps. "I 'nave had hundreds ot people rail on me describing Just such symptom. They try Tanlac. and In a week or so most ot them tell me that It Is helping them to "get on their tect again.' Tan lac was specially designed to relieve eondltlons resulting from nervous Indigestion and kindred complaints. Everywhere It has been Introduced it has had wonderful success." Tanlac is being introduced in Lan caster at R. E. McRoberts. Tanlac may be obtained in the nearby cities. Paint Lick. J. N. Metcalf; Becker & Ballard; Little Hickman, Collier and Bruner; Berea, S. E. Welch; Stanford. Penny's Drug Store; Junction City, Reynolds and Evans; Richmond. II. L. Perry & Son; Crab Orchard, Lyne Bros ; Burgin, G. T. Schoolfield; Danville. John S. Wells, Lancaster. It. E. McRoberts. and W. C West. Silver Creek. Goods Conditions having.ariscn which require-tha- t I sell at publie auction, at my residence on Richmond Obituaries, per line 10 05 Democratic Ticket. For President WOODKOW WILSON, of New Jersey. Dean Mary E. Sweeny, of State Unl versity, Lexington, will lecture at the school auditorium Friday afternoon at 2;30 o'clock. Her subject is "House' hold Economics", she will also speak to the mothers In regard to lunches for school children. While she comes under the auspices of the Woman's Club she will speak to the general public and all Now are cordially invited to attend. that the high cost of living confronts every one this subject is nf vital Im portance and a large crowd should come out and hear something worth while. goal. The rare felicity of the soul. She heard and hearkened, and held her breath In ecstacy and that was death." With her lamp filled with the oil of religion, trimmed and burning brightly, she arose to meet Him and with her her hand in the hand of Him whom she had so long trusted she walked thru the "dark valley of the shadow of Wednesday, Nov. 15th at2 p.m. all my household and kitchen furniture. At the same time will sell (he two houses now located on the lot recently bought by the U. S. Govern ment, on Danville street, unless previously sold. These houses to be removed when directed by the gov- death" without fear or trembling. Miss Ida May was the oldest and dearly beloved daughter of Dr. J. W. Grant and Emma Price Graham. She was one of Lancaster's gifted daugh ters. writing from her school-gir- l days to almost the time of her death, her facile pen erecting, as it were, monu ments which will stand to her memory in the years to rome. Had she not been of such a retiring disposition, and had her gentle spirit been cast in a stronger mould she would have taken high rank among Kentucky poets. The scholarly quality of all her poetry was one of her distinguishing characteristics. Imbued with profouud love of her fellowman and nature, the simplicity of the Mas ter, a well stored mind, a real inspira tion all these and more belonged to this gifted daughter of Lancaster, stricken before her race was fully run. Last summer she went to Virginia to visit an aunt and to CraigHealingSprings she was taken, her family hoping her health would be restored, but change of climate, medical skill and the most careful nursing were of no avail, she came home trailer and nearer the end of life's journey than when she left. While those who loved her cannot but mourn her loss, it is sweet to think of her as reunited with the mother and sister who were so recently taken from her, and to think of them where part ing cannot mar their happiness and where, at last, they have found "the peace which remaineth". The fur.eral services were conducted at her late home Saturday morning at 10 d'clock by Elder F. M. Tinder and Rev. II. S. Hudson, and on this beau tiful Fall day when all nature rests and renews her youth in the dew of sleep this child of God was laid to rest by mother, father and sisters who had gone before. Profound sympathy is felt for the lonely sister, Miss Lily Grant, and the only brother, H. M. Grant, of Norfolk, Va. The news of her death has brought back tender memories of the schoolgirl and girl older grown and many requests for her poems have come to us. A great deal she has written will be found stowed away in old scrap books, pasted in painstakingly and lovingly by admiring friends and readers, many of whom have preceded her "out ol the hitherwhere into the yon". Peace be with her. She was an apostle of sunshine yea more, she had all those graces of mind and all the force and nbility that makes womanhood ad mirable. Her death is a loss to the community. From among her published poems it is not difficult to find exquisite little gems that prove rich gifts and the quality of her power, but it seems to the writer that no c.ie single song tells the story more sweetly of her "wings unfolding, bearing her thru the Golden Gate" than the one printed in Popular Hymns, often sung by the voices she so dearly loved, which is entitled; THE SOULS LONGING. Weary soul in mortal vesture, What is thy unceasing quest. Why art thou forever longing, Why wilt thou not be at rest? Askest thou my anxious spirit. Where is thy eternal homcj Where are built the many mansions, Where shalt thou forever roam? Searchest thou the silent Heavens, For an unswr to thy pray'r? Asking where abides the Savior And the joys that thou shalt share. Where doth rise the walla of Jasper, Rising by the stream of life, Where is built the unseen city. Knowing neither sin nor strife? Patient, still, my captive spirit, Question not, thou needs but wail Patient, till thy wings unfolding Bear thee thiu the Golden Gate. FEDERATED WOMAN'S CLUBS Meeting For Vice President THOMAS It. MARSHALL of Indiana. FOR CONGRESS. Of Eighth District Hold Splendid At Stanford. HARVEY HELM, of STANFORD, KY We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Iliggins a candidate for County School Superintendent of Garrard county, BUDjec; to tne action ot the Democratic primary August 1917. We are authorized to announce J, O. Bogie, as a candidate for the Democ- ratic nomination for County Court Clerk, "primary to be held August 1917. are authorized to announce Jeptha Onstott a candidate for the democratic nominationfor County Court Clerk, subject to the action of the primary, August 1917. We 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 Primary, August, 1917. The election or rather the of,Woodrow Wilson means a wonderful victory and a splendid endorsement of the achievements he has accomplished through the agricultural states 'of the union. The agricultural states of the West which have hitherto been strong ly" Republican are showing phenominal gains and the votes that have rolled up for Wilson is nothing short of miraculous. The West and South have overthrown the East and the people have conquered notwithstanding the great influence of Tammany as- u power in national politics and the malefactors of great wealth in the east. That we have elected a President without the votes of New York, Illinois, Indiana, establishes a record that many thought could never be done and one that will go down in history and live as a mem-orito our honored President. Saturday, Nov. 4lh, the Woman's Clubs of the eighth district held a most pleasint and profitable meeting in Stanford. Stanford did herself proud in her entertainment of her guests A most delightful luncheon was served in splendid style at the noon hour, Hospitality seemed the watchword .nf the Stanford club and everything was done to make the day pleasant. Mrs. J. Q. A. McDowell of Danville, as chairman dispatched the business in such a wav as to receive the praise and thanks of all. Mrs. Robert Elkin acted as secretary. Talks were made by Miss Amanda Rhodes, Miss Fannie Rawson, Mrs. Charles Weaver, Mrs. Lafon Riker, Dean Mary Sweeney, Mrs Harrison, Miss Lida Woods and others. Omu Simpson, the 12 year old deaf, blind girl, the protege of thf Kentucky Womans Club was introduced by her teacher. Miss Sophia Alcorn, and aroua ed a great deal of interest. Mrs. II. E. Taylor of Berea and Mrs. Preston Cornelius were elected District Chairman and Secretary for next year. INSTANTLY Auto Driven Hamilton. Pupils' monthly reports, which are transcripts of pupils records, are issued for the purpoee of keeping the parents informed to some extent of the progress their children arc making in school. A failure or refusal on the part of the parent to sign the remrt does not In any way change the record. California has a statute which may be inadvisable as a law, but which is good advice to the effect that "every parent, guardian, or other person, who upbraids, insults or abuses a teacher of the public schools in the hearing of n pupil thereof is guilty of n ernment. Also at this time will offer for sale my residence on Richmond street, being centrally located, within 1 J squares of the public square, modern and in good condition. If this property is not sold, It will be rented and immediate possession given. TTerms made known on day of sale. Lily D. Grant. Jacob SchulzCompany Ill HIGHEST PRICES PAID Unht.ac M.il.d D.r Snipu.nt M incorporated. No Commiuion to Pay RiTd U.I Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 339-- All Occasions. T.i. M. Sabel & Sons LOUISVILLE. KY. Writ ShippUt ft Prlc aj 13 or 83. All Orders Receipt-- Prompt Attention Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. KILLED. Kills Child Bj Irvin Turpin At Hedgerille. , ATTENTION- - McKee Irvine, ten year old son of C. Irvine, was instantly killed at Hedge- ville, near his home, yesterday afternoon about sis o'clock by an auto driven by Irvine Turpin, a colored chauffeur of this citv. He was returning from Danville with the car, which is a Hud . son-Si- x and owned B. Burton of this city, who had sent him there to have some work done on it. Turpin states that he was goin about 20 miles an hour and just after leaving Hedge ville on the new pike, he observed some children playing in the road but he never saw the boy that was struck. He claims that he stopped the car, but of the didn't go back. The head-ligcar was broken by the impact against the unfortunate boys heaj. which was crushed and badly cut in several places FOOT BALL. on the face and head. LANCASTER TEAM TRIUMPHS OYER Turpin was arrested upon his ariival in the city and is now in jail. Several STANFORD. parties who saw the car pass Hedge Before a good sized crowd of people ville claims that it was going twenty the Lancaster High School second team miles an hour. Hedgeville is in Boyle demonstrated some of its classical foot-ba- ll county and about seven miles from by defeating the Stanford seconds Lancaster. Saturday. The burst of e de nied playing brought the locals out on KELLY TOBACCO the optimistic end of a 37 to 0 count, in a game that was not without honor to Has State-Wid- e Wins Many Reputation. The teams were about either side, Prizes At Stale Fair. evenly matched and it was a hard earned victory. The Tobacco seed raised and sold by At 3:10 o'clock, with silence reigning over the field, Kinnaird kicked tn Stan Messrs B. L. Kelly and Sons, of this ford's 15 yard line, Stanford's center county, has established a reputation caught the ball, making a run of 15 over the tobacco growing states uf this yards before stopped. The local boys country, that is destined to make these held the Kildees to within 40 yard of growers famous throughout the entire Lancaster's goal. Then the ball chanc country. They are never satisfied with ed sides. The Lancaster boys began past results, for this year it is claimed a march down the field, which resulted by persons who have seen this year's made by Zanone. They crop of seed and tobacco, that all for in a touch-dow- n decided to punt it out and kicked olT mer years wjll be eclipsed and a record again to Stanford. The Lancaster boys will be established that will make other again held Stanford, the bal1 changing growers sit up and take notice Beside growing the finest iUality of sides and Lancaster scoring another The first half of the game tobacco produced in this county, they touchdown. are selling and will sell this year over was plaved without an intermission. The second half of the game was two thousand ounces of their prize seed very much like the first, in that it was that will reproduce itself if properly handled, as will be seen by the follow for Lancaster. a walk-awa- y Great gains were made by tho bucking of ing which we quote from a letter just Lancaster's excellnnt full back, J, V. received from Lvan S. uses, of SpringCook. Other gains were made by Za- field, Ky., who was Superintendedt in none, Amon and Kinnaird and by for- charge of the tobacco exhibit, which ward passes to Miller. The one thing says: "The seed I received from you that helped to win the game for Lan- was the finest I ever saw and the farmcaster was its interference; the Stan- ers who planted them have fine crops. "Perhaps you do not know it, but ford team could not break it up. It rat, was an exceedingly clean game, devoid your tobacco took two-thir- d and the sweepstake prizes at of all foul play and enjoyed by all. Lancaster is expecting to give Stanford the State Fair this year." We have always contended that Gara return game soon. Everybody come county can raise and does raite out to the games and give the boys en- rard the best and finest quality of tobacco couragement grown in the state and the record that Genuine Kanawha salt will not harden Messrs B. L. Kelly and Sons have made in the barrel Hudson, Hughes & Farnau has proven the fact beyond question. M. BELOVED. The enormous cost of newspaper print makes it imperative that we keep our subscription list paid up promptly and if you fail to get a paper you have a good reason to think that your time has expired Wont YOU rend the label on this paper and if in arrears, kindly send us check. Several notices, in fact several hundred notices haave been sent out in the past week, nppris inj those in arrears and the a mount due us and if we have no response in a reasonable time. those subscribers will be discon tinued from our list; yet you must remember that we will expect it to be paid though your paper has been stopped. We can not dciate from this rule, although we know that a number of our best friends and sub scribers wilbbe taken off, for which we will be sorry, but if they will only think of the seriousness of the situation, you will come to our rescue and with us, by remitting for all arrears and at least for one year in advance. OF PROPERTY Saturday. I November AT TWO 11th O'CLOCK. LIFE IS TOO SHORT. Life is too short for any vain regretting. Let dead delight bury its dead I say, And let us go upon our way forgettinp, The joys and Borrows of each yester- day. Between the swift sun's rising and its setting We have no time for useless tears or fretting. Life is too short. Life is too short for any bitter feeling Time is the best avenger if we wait, The years speed by and on their wings bear healing. We have no room for anything like hate, The solemn truth the low mounds seem revealing $40,000,000 PAID That thick and fast about our feet are stealing. FOR HORSES. JtLife is too short. Approximately 225,000 war horses Life is too short for aught but high endeavor-Too have been sold here since the war beshort for spite, but long enough gan. The total sum paid for the horses for love. is about $40,000,000. About 7,000 mules have been sold for a total of 9fi5,000. And love lives on forever and forever. It links the worlds that circle on The Italian Government has recently above made a contract for 3,000 horses to t British, Frencn 'Tis God's first law, the universe's lever filled in thirty days. and Belgian buyers and agents for the In His vast realm the radiant souls sigh nevar. United States army are taking a total; Selected. Life is too short. of 2,000 horses a week. is located in the best resident district in the city and within same square of Graded sell to the highest and best bidder, the residence now occupied by G. C. Rose, on Lexington street. This property will School building. THE. LOT IS 945 FEET FRONTAGE AND IS FEET DEEP. 426 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 interest payable In one and two years will be taken for the balance. Those desiring to look at property before sale will be shown upon request. Sale to take place at residence. Mrs. Susaxi. Fisher. Lancaster, Ky. The Central Record, Thursday Nov 9 916 1 a? . I p .V).(K). Free with every pair of OUR SHOES FIT, STYLE, WEAR AND COMFORT. The One Price Store. what style dress you prefer we have the fabric best suited to it. Our showing of fall and winter fabrics Is by far the most complete obtainable. No Matter Let us WE WANT EVERY LADY In Garrard and surrounding coun- ties to know, by actual test, of the Merchandise we sell, that nowhere can be found more real values for your money, than here. - assist you in picking a fabric suitable for your requirements. Josephs Where Satisfaction is Guaranteed. Mr. L. L. Walker has returned from Columbia Ky. and The only sure way to find this out to your own satisfaction is (o get your next coat or suit of us. The Quality Corner. J. R. Mount & Co., Solicits Your Trade We curry full line of Hardware, Stoves, Saddles. Harness. Implements, Ktr. We propose 16 tell you the twit goods made and at a very small prom. For Instance why pay $&. 00 or $70.00 for a Mnlable Range wlirn we will Gossip About People A Mrs. Tom Hsllard and little son, have been visiting her parents In Moreland. Sell You as Good a Malable Range for $50. We have Manges from fSO.Ou to In Heating Cook anil Stoves proportion. same Brief Mention of the Comings We handle the Goinji by Those Wt Art intirutcd In. John Deer Wagons and Farming Implements Oliver and Syracuse Plows. The very lieat line of Stoves anil Implements on the market. Just re celveil a car loail of American Fence. The Best Woven Wire Fence Made, (live us a call and part of )our trade. Mr. Will West has lieen visiting Mrs. Jack Hendren of Danville. Miss Tommie Francis is visiting her friend, Mrs. J. Rockwell Smith in Danville. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Square Dcnl House. Mist Ann Davis Mcltoberts, of Stanford, visited Lancaster relatives last Saturday. Mrs O. U. Terrill, of Virginia is here for visit to her parents, Mr and Mrs Jack Adams. Mr. and Mrs. (!. A. Swinebroad have been sending several weeks on their II II "Wh aM ( othes we r UorJ" I'Kicrn nimii II Wifflm lAmW IMAin a.r tint incur Ikj $1222 $1522 in Mfi' CI' '"in Jriiiini !)' farouiJualliHir preMoui efi' rt k(A 7WrTttG I IV mikcr. of "SIikU Brand" Cktc t.c mxlWJ I'ie hril nw 'els In tteir hist . t .rr n'A itiLV. Ik tjSr' il injicetltn. '1.(1 ll l ft m Lyons busy Lash More Jj at the farm at Hubble. Mr and Mrs Jesse Arnold, of Frankfort, are here for a few days visit to Mra Ellen Ilettis. Miss Elizabeth Ford enjoyed u delightful vinit to her friend. Miss Elizabeth Ctcil, of Danville. Miss Mamie Walter has returned after a protracted visit to her sister, Mrs John llarton, in Illinois. Miss Margurete Sampson of .liar- rudsburg Is the attractive guest of Miss ' Nannie li. Herring this week. I -r- H-l-H--S MR. TOBACCO To Be Distributed GROWER. SenJ 2' a postal Lexington Burley Tobacco Show NOVEMBER for information regarding the j I -i $1,000.00 23, 24, 25. ' S in PRIZES i Address W. C. McDowell, Secy. fi'JO S. IlroaJway, Lexington, Ky.; n 91K urotelf-uligniiir', Ear-Mar- ks - oi a uooa Feed Grinder You will find every one of them on alt A Mrong btecl htaiul prevent wabbling. Two lac FciewH hold tlio macliitiu firmly tit position. Tlio grinding plates ""d therefore grind evenly. A spring tension on the grinding plates insure ceu grinding. A plate 6h!fter liner at the cud of the shaft is a safeguard against breAaso uud makes it n simple nutter to clean tlio plates. An International feed grinder and an I II C oil engine make nil ideal combination. The engine, will furnish convenient power for operating the feed urinder, and is especially INTERNATIONAL FEED GRINDERS adaptable for this purpose on account of the variation of the power required in proportion to the kindofurain beinc ground. International feed grinders are made in the following types and sizes to meet all requirements: Type 11:0,8, and TypeClG and Typo Dl 8 and h h Kaffir corn In the h;d grinds corn on the cob grind, .mail graina and shelled corn grinda corn In the husk, alfalfa and There are other features which you can see for yourself if you will drop in for a demonstration the nfxt time you are in town. PHONE 27. BECKER C& BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. BALLARD. Thos. Hendren, etc, Defts. As directed by a judgment ind order Miss Etta Robinson, who bus been Miss Murgaret Fox, Messrs Joe Dunn Mrs. Eva Maloney of Craig City Vu,, of sale en ered in the above-styleacRecord force for several has been with her neice, Miss Lily "Chic" Schuir und Woods all ot Dan- assisting the tion at the October term, 1910, of the resigned and accepted a Madison Circuit Court, the undersicned Grunt, since the recent bereavement ville, motored over to our city last Sat- months, has I more lucrative position with the Ilastin will on urday. in her family. Telephone Co. Miss Etta is a splendid tive literature. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 25th. 191C. Mr. and .Mis. John Mount left this young lady und is well worthv of the Mr. George Smith Jr. has been "lay-e- d The Ky State Distributing Co. Inc., ut r about 11 o'clock A. M., sell to the up" for tte past ten days suffering week for their Southern home in Atlan- promotion she has received. Sole Distributors fur the State of Ky. Highest und best bidder, on ilie premwith u well developed carbuncle on the ta, to the regret of their many friends 3U2 Tvler Illdg. Louisville Ky. ises uf 'Iract No. 1 liereinatter detenu-ed- . Rev. D. M. Wulker, pastor of the here, buck of his neck. the tolluwuig property which be. Christian church at Stanford for the longed to W. 11. Hendren, deceased; Mrs A. F. Sanders anddaughter.Miss Mrs. Will Currey ot Cutreyvillo Kan- '1 ract No. 1. 2I5J acres years and was recently called last ten of land near HOUSE AND LOT. jsas, has returned to her home after a Stella Sunders, motored to Louisville by that church for another year, was ai Kirksville, lu .Madison county, KentucJ visit to Mesdames Clayton ky on the Richmond and Kirksville Arnold, where they are visiting Dr und Mrs J. guest at the Christian church reception For sale or rent. Also some house pike. This tract was NocKio McGruth, Thro Curry and other J. 1'uraley. ucouired by W. und gave u spitndid talk to the recent-- 1 hold nndkitehen furniture willsell cheap j il. Hendren by deeds, as follows-lt-pd- . relatives. Mrs. Maloney, who bus been visiting ly added members, which was very E. Nevius. I U -- Hi ucres from AI. M. Wis- J. Jauuuryoth, lMtf, recorded in Deed Mrs J. C. Eubunks, Mrs O'llannon Miss Lily Grunt, left Tuesday, spending much enjoyed by all present. Book 41, page 299; (2) acres from land Miss Lottie Carson, of Stanford the day in Danville on her way to ColLOST SEVERAL WEEKS AGO M. Itilfe et al. January pi2ml l'Kti J. Voung Willis, of NicholMrs. Adeliu madu h short visit to Mrs W. J. Kom- - umbus Ohio. asville, was u pleasant and enjoyable A tan leather case, containing photo-- 1 and attended the Christian church Mr. und Mrs. II. S. Hudson, Misses guest last week of Mrs. h. L. Owsley. Ians graph book of notions. Marked May 14. 1912 recorded In Dee I Book last Friday evening. Murthu und Helen Gill und Mrs. Frank Mrs. Willis in her girlhood days often Co. Reward of $2 10 li. page oil- -'. I Murksbury motored to llerea for the visited friends and relatives in this city, Mrs. Ueorgo Lyne ot Nicholasville, lt-p- d Iract No. 2. 20IJ acres of land in If returned to this ollice. I Madison county. Kentucky, on the who his been visiting her daughter, day Monday. many of whom are still living and rewaters ot Elk Garden Branch of Silver Mrs. Curry Robinson, has returned Mrs. E. II. Ilullaid of Stanford and membered her so pleasuntly. Creek and on the Kirksville and KenJ home. Sho was entertained at an Mrs. All d Stvope of Uryantaville, tucky River turtpike. ri afternoon tea by Mrs. F. M. Tinder. e, persons having claims against Tract No. 3. "7 acres of land on the were guests Wednesday, of Mrs. HayRecleaned Northern and Home seed( All W. S. Simpson, deceased, or waters of Hack Creek, in Garrard Mr. John Anderson, of Washington den Leavell. timothy, clover, orchard gruss. tate of J. hose knowing themselves indebted to county, Kentucky, and being the same City, an old Uarrurd boy ana by the land conveyed to John Lear, Dennis Mrs. E. G. Mull). Richland Mo., Mrs. Ky Blue grnss. We furnish purity nnd M Simpson win pieuse call on me for j way one of the best that ever left the Klleu Tevis, Muskogee Lear and Peter Lear by W. H. Spain-bow- er germination test on all Held seeds. Ukla, and Mrs. by deed of January 1st 1893. recounty, is at home to see his friends J as. Uurnside of Richmond are guests Hughes & Farnau. settlement. Hudson. corded in the ollice of the clerk of GarMrs. J. W. S. Simpson, and relatives und put one "under the of Mrs. li. F, Hudson. 'll.2 2t. pd. Judson Ky. rard County Court in Deed Book '., on rooster" for Woodrow Wilson, page 478. CHURCH RECEPTION. Mis George Mcltoberts und daughter These tracts of land will be surveyed Miss Sarah Wilmott and Mr. Wood lit-laMargaret of Covington will ar... tl. rU. la. ... n vim, WARNING. TH before the sale and may be, in the disa lie reiriiiiuii uv utv win muaii in t Wilmott entertained ut a very delight- rive this week to visit at the country cretion of the undersigned or at the relasi rnuay evemiiKvvus miKijr onei.ueu We, the undersigned, notify every quest of plalntilfs' counsel, offered lirst ful party on Friday night from eight to home of Mr Joe Uurnside. there being a large crowd from the' uojyi everywhere, to keep their dogs in parcels and then us wholes. All of twelve, ut their pretty country home uf 0ir of our premises. Mr N. C. Tomlinson and two friends country present. Rev. Wulker, We also notify it is fine, strong land, and its sale afGames were on the Stanford pike. to Lancaster Fri- Stanford and Eld. F. M. Tinder made u ,unter, trappers and trespassers to fords a very unusual opportunity to motored played and delightful refreshments of Somerset, high-clas- s land at Judicial tale. day to see Miss Ituelah lleazley and short talks. A musical program was i tce, otrf 0x hunter especially take purchase Possession will be given January 1st. served. About 75 guests enjoyed the visitors Misses Hardin and Gill of Dan- rendered. A most delightful menu was notiee. 1917. hospitulity of the charming hostess and served, consisting of salad, beaten Lis- - j, (j, Rigsby, J. F. Thompson, J. II. ville. TERMS. host. cult, different kind of sandwiches, ' Higsby, D. M. Anderson, S. C. Rigsby, Mesdames Emma Higgitibotham, J.U. All sales will be on a credit of twelve Those who uttended the District cheese, pickles, cotree and chocolate, .j, Thompson. months, purchaser to execute bonds -meeting of the Federation of Women's Kinnalrd, Victoi Lear, und Miss Ilernie It had been announced on Sunday and I with approved security and secured bv to Richmond Monday, motored Clubs which met in Stanford Saturday Lear lien retained on the land, the bonds to the response was all that those having! TAYPQ HHP CTATP spending the day with Prof, and Mrs lilALi) Vlih, bear six per cent interest from date of were: Mesdumea II. Clay Sutton, It. E. thealTuir In charge could reasonably Mcltoberts, Kin .11 a Kautfman, J. II. Caneer. desire in the way of attendance und j Your taxes fo 191U are now due. sale. J. J. GREENLEAF, Between three und You are earnestly requested to call at Mrs. Owsley gave a dining Saturday good fellowship. Kinnalrd, Frank Marksbury, Joe ltou-InsoMaster Commissioner. Mrs. four hundred members of the church J mv ollice and obtain your official receipt, Will Cook, George Itobinson, in honor of her house-guesAt the same time and place as above. Those and Its Bchool benldu a large number of I The 0 per rent penalty will soon be John Stormes, Itobert Elkin and Misses Adelia Willi of Nicliolasville. Robert 11. Hendren, administrator, will G. T. Ballard. Jr, Sheriff. dispose of the personal property of the. Joan Mount, Annie Hello llurnaido and present were, Mrs. V. M. Lsckey, Mrs. friends who were present in the hap- added M. 1'. Frisbie and Mrs. Anne Robinson. Sallie Elkin. piest humor. late W. H. Hendren. has been a recent visitor to her Dr. and Mrs. W. B. O'llannon of daughter, Mrs. Hayden Leavell. ... I t l .l.l. ..... .1. aiomoru, uuenueu inu unrisuan cuurcn Miss Clara Hayden who has been reception here last rriday evening. visiting Miss Elizabeth Gibbs has reDean Sweeney, of Lexington, will turned to her home in Lexington. speak before the Wumans Club tomorMr Allen Johnson, who is attending row afternoon on Household Economics. the Lexington business college, was ' Mr and Mrs William llurton have re-- J at home for a few drys this week. turned from their Southern bridal tour Mr. II. K. Herndon und wife have und have taken rooms at the Kengarlaii moved into the home on Water Street, hotel. recently vacated by E. M. Walkei. Mrs. Hoy Haynes has returned to her Mrs. Elizabeth Denny is sutferlng a jioine in Hillsboro Ohio after n pleasant 'visit to her parents. Mr. W. II. Mason severely bruised body and wrenched hip, the result of u fall on Saturday. and family. I Mrs. Wm. Garriguc of New Orleans, Louisiana, is here for a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. li. Conn. Mrs. Cabe! Denny and Mrs. Fannie Mr John Mcltoberts is at home from Farra motored to Lexington Thursday Louistillc for a few days. day. Mr. Harmon of Florida has been the for the guest of Miss Sue Shelby Mason. Mrs. Geo. E. DeLong is visiting her Mrs. M. K. Denny spent Mnnday in sister, Mrs. Miller McCormick on the Stanford pike. Richmond with Miss Mary Miller. Mrs. Carlton Elkin and Miss Annie The Chautauqua Circle met with day in Lex Mrs. II. S Hudson Tuesday afternoon. Margaret Elkin spent the ington Friday. Mrs Cam Hays of Stanford was a Senator George Farris, of Frankfort, recent guest of Mr Luther Gibbs and was at home last Tuesday and put one family. under the rooster for Woodrow. Mrs. W. It. Cook entertained Sunday Miss Joan Mount entertains tonight at dinner, the honoree being Mrs. at a six o'clock dinner in honor of the Adelia Willis. bride and groom, Mr. and Mrs. W. 1J. After a business trip to Richmond Burton. Doty and surrounding county, Mr. Alex ' Little Miss Mary and Master Stanley has returned home. Clark have returned to their home in Mr. Itrml!v llnnrnf. i hnnif fram Lexington after a pleasant week's visit Transylvania, to visit his parents and Mr. and Mrs. to their cast ins tirst vote. Sam Iiourne. Mrs. J. W. Reynolds and daughter, Mr. Iiascom Iirown and family left Mrs. Iiettie Smith, were in Danville for their new home in Marryville Tenn, for the day Sunday. last Monday. These are splendid peoMr am! Mra V. t Itr.iwn hnt'u mnv. ple and their friends regret their deed into their rectntlv nurchaeed resi parture from the state. dence on Stanford St. Mr Dave Thomas who is pleased to Mrs. W. O. Itigney spent Thursday be out again and whose friends are dein Mcholasville, the guest of her brothlighted to see him after his long illness er. Mr. R. L. Walker. is recuperating at Elkin Place while Miss L'da Raney, who is attending working some each day. K. C. W., Danville, spent Saturday and from Mrs. Lula Johnson has return-iSunday with her parents. Oxford Ohio, where she spent the week .Mrs. rannie lirant and Miss Dove end with her daughter. Miss Florence, Harris were in Lancaster Saturday for and Miss Edna Berkele, who are attending Western College. the funeral of Miss Ida Grant. grand-prent- FARM FOR SALE. About two miles from Paint Lick. In good state of cultivation, well watered, and new fence all around. Renew now, for Ladies Home Journal barn, about 85 acres in grass, ar.d nnd other magazines. forty acres for cultivation. For furMrs. Dollv Drown. ther information, call up or write L. J. For Sale: Horse, buggy and harness. Fish, Paint Lick Ky, or Walter Ham- mack, Lancaster Ky. Horse perfectly gentle and sound. T. A. Elkin. YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, D New-stoc- k 1 t. FOR RENT The Alex Walker prop erty on Lexington street. Call on G. C. Walker. tf. PONY FOR SALE- -I wish to sellmy bay Shetland pony. 11 9 3t Sally Crook Gregory. PUBLIC SALE OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS. I will sell publicly, ISATURDAY. NOVEMBER 11th. Man past 30 with horse and buggy to at the residence of Mrs Tom Austin, to sell Stock Condition Powder in Gar- or. Crab Orchard rard County. Salary $70. per month. promptly at three o'clock, some house. Address 9 Industrial Itldg., Indianapo- hold goods, including one set of furnilt-plis, Indiana. ture, one folding bed. several tables Strayed or stolen from my premises and chairs and a lot of kitchen furni. on Rack Creek, during the last week of ture. J. II. COLLIER October, a red haifer calf about nine months old. Any informatian leading to her recovery will be suitably rewarded. J. A. Arnold. It For Rent. Five room cottage on Hill Court, large lot and garden, bath and lights. It. T. Embry, nt National Bank. For Sale Dandy 7 room house 4 acres land with good out buildings on Danville street at a bargain. Joe. S. Haselden. Candy Kitchen. I have opened a Candy Factory on Lexington St., next door to the Puritan. Mrs. J. J, Thompson of Treachers-ville- , Rev. II. S. Hudson and Mrs. Hudson Sheep For Sale. spent Thursday in Lexington where the 1 have fifty good cheep and one buck former officiated at the marriage of his brother, Mr. Jas Hudson of Flemings-bur- will sell worth the money. to Miss Ida Dorsey. Pure,Fresh,DelicIous Home Made Candy, Our. Specialty. Your patronage is cordially solicited. Phone 212. Howard King, Camp Nelson, Ky. CoyS. Sanders COMMISSIONER'S SALE OLLAND. Robert II. Hendren, Admr etc, VS PltTs. Friends of Mr. Fred Conn were glad Sewing Machines. to see him well enough to be out last Tuesday after being confined to his 1 sell the famous Singer iewing ma home for the past five weks with a chine. Also Singer oil and needles. If severe attack os rheumatism. your machine needs repairing call on Mr. O. G. Speaks, formerly of this me on Campbell St. Satisfaction guarDan Milburn, county, but for the past year has been anteed. Lancaster, Ky, making his home in Detroit, is at home for a few weeks visit to relatives and friends. He holds a responsible position with the Ford Motor Car company. "wanted The Curola Cabinet Phonograph is now ready for the dealers the only cabinet phonogrnph to reach the people at $15. Marvelous in beauty, wonderful in tone. Selling agents in every town wanted. Wiite for our descrip- "liX FZj& "notice- .- ulHlu 1 The Central Record, Thursday Nov 9 Alaking the 19 Id Youthful Diplomat. in n i rrrrn i rr Utile I Farm Pay Uy C. C. D0WSF1ELD LIVE STOCK HUSBANDRY A Homemade Thanksgiving Dinner 0 E1XANOK MARSH m linger Chnmhcrlln llted nt liomc with his mollier nml mi oMer sister. Tim Chamtcrllii were well to do nml kept two servants, rtilll recent cnrs n cook nnd clinml'crniald were consider- ed essential In eery well resnlatcd family. Ilnlf a century ago excellctit servants were to Is? had nt rensonablo wapes mid were a ureal relief and com- f,"L l"" nowadays, when women work ' factories, ii'Vaiils are scarce. In- - . iiepcuueni ... inn. inn 01 me loriuer l . ti.. Bnioe. 11 mo i. iiiiuioeniii iniuuy iiei n Hcrvaut six montlis they thought ,,von ,l(,n mnny W(tr(1 lMlj), wc1 ' of the dioliv lilts lirousht to the lalilo were sisillcd In the cooklns. Take It all together, the ervant question was with them what It Is with most, families, a deMroyer of domestic com. " HER BOSOM FRIEND Dy A SHARK STORY nr smh:. A Girl of Lit lie Italy Dy father lind tolil hln not lo K Into the thicken ynnl tiny more. In the evening lie rnme homo nnd found the Utile fellow In Die t til, en jartl again. He said: "Hujinnnd shall whip j on for not mind-InI think My 1 grandson' s DONALD CIIAM'EMJN olcoit I'. A. MIIQIEL "llunlce." snld Mrs. TMnle in her j a umnlsrr of vi'incn mcr The court was assembled to try A"' bosom filcud, "tlie d'stor lu.s onlereil i tea cups were talking ulsitit l.mrii.ig.t tonhi Celll, nn Inhabitant of the llnll.iii me to spend Hie wl-.t- er In a warm ell - and lioiv trilling m.iy lie Hie cause of j qurtrt,.r hi New York, lie wns incused Gentle Hint. proper Vtntilatlcn Without Drafts Nac " mine, Jly little sister sometimes ncisnn. i.iiiihi nun x imy go wiiii "". of hating imtMcrisI tills Uiiuptsu, n tiary to I'.ce.J Hogs Healthy. Fpctidliig tlh'lr li is iib.olutely depend are deHiideut 011 his H.i'ary settlement worker who had eliden t ored pnnlisl me when I called 011 my friends. i". tome icple niv l.ullned to think n r. - .......r...-..i ........ ... i. for n llvlnc mid If he nUe.s up tils po. ,f ,,n"""": She luaile 11 pmctlce of asking for can t:et alo : an where mid any. 'exist , 10 vi"ttie ,,H' "mm ho? plr.es nn.l, ctoii hi rare cases. Mimethlng to eat. and I uskisl her nut I had "HI t liN'eilslnsl. tlo Antonio wan of the lowest class, had often 110 Ihoti'slit li taken for liow, and S111..0 of the pre cut I idles eiuv. hoped, dear, to have jou co Willi lee. iinritile.l Murles of wonderful happen- - ' no education nud hail mine to America In do so iignln. The next time shu comfort, writes Charles Arnett In ills but you know tli.tt can't le. Audliite Iiizh. A ilenime 1,1 tie woman listened ' rroin N'milos. Whoever tins tlsltedlhat 1110M1I uiieiis'.ly In her itiulr, mid llunl. A litis lis !Jio Onnce Judd farmer. ly said: "Well, I think we had better J011 must stay here I wish jnu to lieli attentively u it limit eoiiiimnt to all hi., i, nwnre of (lie condition of ttie 111 ha no more sentiment llinn n hen. tint Hurt for home. I'se gelling so hungry look after talpli ci.inr.it J. that wiis s.il.l. finally one of tho-- e ( ,oniT f,,MM ltll,r,, , not l'se nfrnlil ou will hate to curry ma utf will thrive nml crow or suffer and ,, . win- - inn i.iiuiuiii, mi- - iiniiiiitiii.ei-- s who , w Kjueal according lo the way ll" sponsible for that .ondlthm. Hun- - home." t'hlcngo Tribune. .. 1, 1.. 1. 11.1 iiimii-- i 1111s un nu s...hvn uuiiiii.1 treated. Drafts are prime promoters naturally rupinkc It to mean exactly Hire Jilnjs asked her If there was not drisls of jears of tjrauny exercised by Into pneumonia of colds which den-lonight Thing to Contemplate. ,,,.,.,,.,! to mean. Mrs. TIs hoiui'Uiliii,' worth lienrlm; In her Arst forelKii natliuis hale iiuide tlicm what wwt ii.linl lu Lrtwt tt'ti nm nn ttwi fit'rr 1.1 fe Is so full of miseries, minor nml they nre. Happily they are now free dale me.mt semcthlnc else. j mectlni; with her husband, Thei-111 e cases ui.ljor: they press so close iihiii us nt lo luiprow "I hate been uianliil only a fen- - nnd are Too mnny perHi( who nitrmpt to where cither 11 bus- CampU'll during Ids Knm.irllnn band or a wife will lime a Ihisoiii weeks," raid tjie little lady. "There imt, step of the wny, that It Is hardly had met Marina Dnrlnl. a Utile worth while to mil one another's atfriend wli'se Influence jries lo uiikr was an cplsnlo comic lisl with my People who I 11I e Cowles trouble. was mieli 11 I mertlinj my husband, but I hesitate to girl llftivn jears old Isinrln America tention In their presence. 'tl It nfter the recital of the thrllllnit of Italian imreuts, .Marina mnde artlll-cla- l do this . . . nre nert-Iditelllni, j friend to IMKh Tlrdalo. If lialph .ro- fort. experleiKes of the others." tinners, Alitoulo, whit was doiiblo oil the obi lous, nnd the otiiloiis Is the posed anjthlu. t Mil li woli.d wltlihold A few dnys liefore ThanksnlvInK M'c was rei.ilndcil that hi Mnry tell her age, had asked her iMrrnts for her. one thing Hot worth oiislderatlon. Sirs. Chaniberlln's eook left her. The her consent till she hud consulted l'.n. 11 ,"'n,, "ot " l'l'l filings Hint but they had not consented lo gle her WliHt we want to ontctnplnto Is Hip family were lnvlte.1 to dine with n rel- - nl e. If Italph returned fn 111 business ' , was not engaged In - iIp.i nn.l r,.r n ! countoil nowadays; the linslerti schcsil I i0 i,m. iviuily unit Hie Miio.iihnos nf Unit well afln. Mrs i'hsinl..rlln nn.l li.r ilnnirh. lii tho ..w iiI.il, regular wm and they distrusted ordcrisl Jnn whlrh It Is so dllllcult ter accepter, but Itoger preferre.1 Ids e.uct dinner and rest with his wife, he I "f tlllU "'frature tatH e I all that. Tim "nM ,t0 U,"U 11 ,,',mhI1'' 1,1 him. Nexertlielws Antonio determlnisl for lis to discus. Amns Iti ppller., was likely lo llud that she bad gone off ' chili. p "It restlng. Hie lad; tl, ,.m. ttu. Tsmide rm Now. there was a girl. Alice Wood- - with Kindcc. llesldes this, there wni , """""J m" h cnipls-l- l ap ll""'h helnddctit ,r , ,lllirry ,,,i w ruff, who hid liecn for some time try- - the feeling that he was nlunys plavlng Couldn't Corner Him, l" ' he scene. tHNir,-,- ! j J1'; '"T Inc to land Mr. Cl.amberlln. but he ocond to Eunice's first. , 1 hard of home wni In the ' 'rb,mU 'r' one npJ- -01tree whlili Jack's pnrlirutarly had stood off, and she had been un- - ' Mrs. Tlsdale departed, leaving her ' ."r . The Clieeter White hog Is of the bore "Implicit, QUm.vt , Martm , ,,,, ..rforts In able to get a clutch on him. She heanl , husband In the care of her bosom I fat type, and It Is iuIJ nt it that were nlnu)s r. and that of oth.r r.ii of line iipiles nnd Ihiw no breed will fallen more tiulckiy her that he wns Intending to dine on ' friend. What she meant by looking At p special due ilay, nor nt an earlier age. In dressed her class this did not pre. eiit her glv siivisl for Thanksgiving nt Ids club nnd con- - after his comfort was that Kunlce wa, I , "IT K . "" 'J .' "7' carcass tests the Chester Whites honeier, the teuiplntlou provisl too ! ;.. . . . ' ..... 1.... " Mm her Henri, line Hay when .u great for Hie stimll Iwy. and when Ids celled the Idea of putting n bait be- - lo see that no woman got hold of lilm hav made splendid records. Th tonlo went to the lwuse where she wns sow herewllh tliown Is a J ure bred fore his eyes with a hook In the shape during her nbsence. She trusted Kit- vv.r ueQ vi,.n I waH ,, j,.nr ,,, A FALL LITTEIL fHther huikisl for him he found lilm In Chester White and is typical of the ny nice implicitly, nun sue was tue only ttas two Xears old inv f illicr tisd- me making artlibial flowers he saw rump tin- 01 11 1 nan Ksgiviug iiuiner irlw apHe tree. "Jack." he culled, breed. tlx- - table al which success In pork raising. Some Impoherself, for she was a natural Imni woman with whom she considered her to the hc.T h ore day. I I ring dressisl Ml standing At the nHHttetit she "what are you ibHiMt lip lln rer "O." he was working rtant facts pertaining1 to successful hog cook. husband would be safe. In a tin. bathing suit It was imt Inilirfer-nice- . plied Jack, with breeding have been emphasized In ".Vow, dear." she said to him before long nfter a storm, nnd the waves were mis pulling In Hie biitloiiltoli' of (Viuip n MKs Woi druff wrote Mr. Chamber-Il- u raise hogs pay no ntteutloii lo the ven" I Ju! cllndiisl up hire to cool years. The animals need pas- tilation, or If they attempt to 1.1 dinner on Thanks-givin111 Inviting leaving, "uhon juu feel lonely In the rolling hi wiiagely. My father wnded Mi's coat an nrtitntnl tlwr. off." "What kind Is It listed t'anidll. ture, shnde, clean water anil Intelll-xcu- t at nil they do little more Ulan leato a stating nt the same time that cfcnlug go round In Hindic's. She Las out up to Ids neck with me on Ids ; feeding. there would Ik? no turkey, no cranber- promised me to look after you nud shoulder, then set tile on the crest of ' "A rose." few Iniardi olT around the bottom Carlleet Clocks. "Wli4t.il Mile lose 'I Itere Is Ihi such Under old methods of farming hogs through which the cold air ionics, but ry sauce, no boiled onions, no pumpwill help jou through the pcrhsl of my 11 nnd let me go." built In the The rstiilmt iiH-kin pie. What would be on the table absence." "(Ireat .heaietisr' several flower." Isugliisl 'u(".v VUU l.o wa, for it to get out. iniid.-- l of thu-- s' III use today, Marina IsiImiht Imals. Oenerallr ther were housed In would be cooked by herself. They ' Ilnlph made no reply In this. Ills Indli-- s at once. for you." she tic: n train if wle.Hs Hrliialiil by It Is ImiKirtan that the bottom ,vonl(l made It purii-wt-l, fpUI1 "I Olthy liens and made to consume their ne nl((m, ,ipr "In that w ay." continue I the demure wm lvfo hN flll.(, v boards should Is? tight, as also between wns not well, dining In her room. aid. 11 or eight and HmtldisI with sluing feed from filthy troughs or muddy but If she Imd era It II would have lady. "I was (aught lo swim When t Campls-l- l tleinkisl her and tiirneil n gmeriior whlHi irs-ultiHie hhis! floors. It Is a waste of money and the pens. Ample ventilation should lie A hundred dollar bill dangling over , ma le no duron-ncc- . She knew- - Hint was four xenrs old I would dive off n away. Ills iiilnd was oeoiipnil with would seem to Ii.ue eouie liiln use provided from nlune nnd not by under- Mr. Chnmberlln's head could not have ' I1 effort to handle pigs In any such way IhisIkiiiiI was nierso to her friend, dock In twenty feet of water, and when 01-- ' In llurope during (lie thlrtienth cenneath drafts. Who has not seen hogs pleased him so niiicli ns this Invitation. At the same time, it Is uuiieiesi.aiy but lielleie.l his aversion lo result I wns leu I never sunln Inside the his work, and he did li't lioll.e the . to build expensive houses. An sun.: piled upon each other In cold weather It was not only gelling rid of the tur-- 1 from the f.n t that he was blind lo nHs. At twenty 1 was considered the presslon on Marina's face, an expres-- tury. The next etatnple of the sloii denoting iiiliiRitlou for lilm. Hut cloik was that put up In the building that will protect the stock thlvering and fighting to get Into 11 key nud other Thanksgiving nppurtc- - Eunice's nobility of eluuiieter lidllh ls't swlmiuer on the Jersey const. n.,.l i.i" .1. ... " 11, "Von nil remember Hie horror felt ,11110111.11.. r .. I. nn. tl,A .l..fll trlil.lt clock tower of Westminster In IIT-from vxecsshe cold nnd ruin Is sulll- - warm place? Tuder these conJlllons It nances, but he spent the Interval Is?- - loved lit 111. but she did not place him luipo-slbl- e for n hog lo put 011 tlesh, fore the dinner conjuring nt Ids cllsiw since Ids birth wllh six big golden bells which were by the sharks biting the legs off a had dent. Olve the pigs Just 11s much Is tip delectn- - " that I ifly pedestal 011 which she Ihiv nud ileioiirlng a uiaii within a straightway entcnsl Into lilm. afterward melted nud sold by Henry outdoor life as possible... nnd consider nnd there nre nine chances In ten that ble dishes that would be on the table. "ill plans! liilnke. . . .. . . . no vi i.iKO isiiii. wnieii: innv iieveioo I "t-llwas l.any 01 e morning , ninpis-.- . n "r v. a luum-- r 01 course nun mey iuni """ Eunice Mive llalph lo umlcrsland ,. lie ncceliteil at once. lt0 forlo"s ,lmf ,"" bl' '. 'J I'.llM.... have a good pasture. Clover, alfalfa that the l.itchtrlng was nliyaya mil Ill llll- ITIMII Ililll. l HUH Ililll Ililll i WUS lUUIIU III III! mirj el- Now. Miss Woodruff's miil-- t of the excitement It said that he had Mvn The who nd rape help to grow pork 'cheap.y. for lilm. he slinwisl 110 ills- - hi the Talk or darned m ' J. toMln- - tber n stroke ..f - genius one womat. ,0 a position to At firsthimself of the offer, line of danger Is lul,ricli! within 111 , dead nlsint five hours. There was no One Sillythe manyAbout "Luck." the ' and they assist In .nJlntnlning health Mways In which uiall Not of in n lntnl": mortals, and I. though a weak woman. clew whatever to the murderer, !? "1"a 1'armers should aim to put well .!.,- spending his evenings either with his U "inc , eclipses himself. ,0 lndlildu.ll uuwlm-l' r- - n,, um 110 el l Inn to this uisoii. 1 i Marlon had not seen Antonio w nich Is in his wiirhlp or the fetish of luck. iihed porkers on the market at a cos, intimate friends or nl home reading. ",n"' A C"k' ,!k" " lwt ,wr"' win selted with n desire to kill a ing her when she gave ("nnipMI the He feels that nil others ure lucky and ' or cenu a Kiuml or less, it can be accepted ns suitable for them. made. .nun mines nave never stud- - oui ""e cicniiig ue nppcareu at shark. Pnnldlng ni.tself with a knife rtlfUl.il rose, though nothing prevent- that whatever he ultciupts, fulls. He done for considerably less than 4 cents i' imine, niumiesiiuK a coriiuiuiy you liegln the fattening process K U "siKery, many nave stuiiieil ami Used fish, ou pasture, sklniuillk, carrots and tt After to feed nil they will eat with not 'wn'il It. and many who can pre- - that he had tint been accustomed to sharp In cleaning edge 1 had a very ed her except that she was wrapt In does not realize the untiring energy, U wise jHilnt and put 011 It and the settlement worker Antonio had viUled ihotntocs, w ith Just enough bran relish. As a the unremitting concentration, the tho shorter the period t'are n B"0-- ' dinner mut come to the su0W before. A week later he called a sheath for or Shorts to keeii the digestive system of fattening rule larger tho profits, nnd 'Hut:)" room with a Hauling face and a"ii'u and asked her to go out with madebathing dress. It In Hie waist of withdrawn without her having heroic couiiige. Ihe sublime patience the my ismw-lou- s of his presence . Hut .after that Is Ihe sis-re- t 4n good order. Knrly spring pigs the meat Is belter flavored for home apparel covered Willi grc.ic spots, to mm 10 nn evening s entertainment. of some men's sue . .. .. .1.. .1..1. "I'mpp i.i.ip..lr.,p I -". ,""rc "t 1 tbnught up In a field with such food asc. Kunlce wrote Kill 111 that Italnh had .""V cess. Their "lurk" was that they hud fay nothing of n coiffure awrr- -a ' changed ' mil I ., . , ., i . . . .. .s - . , t prepaid! ' J". " '2.. "" ictould weigh i'sl pounds nt eight '"T ' "r ""cu: her. llefore themselves to In' tspinl to i.oi wise 10 sen Koou. .omo.c "'. tSfXeral ', . for ,. . that iZ" . V. toward - '. .', . l.o .had i. tvimout kbatkn- seeing one. days passed I! Antonio proposed 1,... she should their oplMirtunlty when It ruuie nml months. As cold weather comes on a ... . iiih .iui- - ..1,111 m ceioi.c ".i" 1.1.,. ..1.1..,.,, "' niv Jlennwlillu moderate ration of com should bo In- ones, ns It w ill pnsluce n weak strain, cifii. She cooked that dinner In snow- - , " scarcely weiciuuc at ins iiouie. the bathers wen- - regaining It and retheir eour- - sent. She gave no response for a were n. like lo troduced and an Increase of this feed in fceiectiug n unioa sow vv.ncu mem wuue apparel, tier best dinner cos- - ; ceive It. William Ooorge Jordan. m' "cm to see ncr olieu ,aBl aIi occasionally tho good sw hu to time, but from that moment finish-tamta when It comes time for nt feeding time. The thriftiest nnd fat- - tume. When .Mr. Chainberlln was nn- - ' "f llls 0"' uecord nud was very coin- - nier, would nt thciUM.ies In the gle eildence of encouragement. Her the stock for market. jo mis until replied. water nlsiut the docks, test always get to the trough first, and notinced she kept him waiting hut n pauionnnie. parents uks fill Hint she would throw jilgs tuny be handled In 1111 equal- - these are the ones to buy. Tall ) few minutes, when she went directly iicaien grant, near, that Ills eyes ti,c nrttt morning of mv watch uway on n man they disliked ly profitable way. They require no rrom the kitchen lo the druwlng room. luvejioon opened to your many vlr- was sitting 011 the top of one of the herself reproicd her They also treated ! Teed except what their dam provides Tui,u sllc spiles used In the support of the dock, nml herself for a few I Al Ffil PA FI1R HUlja. j until they ore three weeks or n mouth As tho winter wore on friends mid 'looking down Into the water, when I Antonio coldly. This encouraged lilm minutes to put 11 few tli.rshing touches Hint Marina would be Ids old. Then a little skimmed milk uud acquaintances of this trio licgau to I saw a double sight. One part was a to on to the viands and turned to her without their consent, for as they turn same shorts placed In a clean trough As a Pork Producer It is Superior to giUMt. while her maid riput the dinner lii.tlie the Intimacy existing Is'tneeu man lelsunly floating 011 his back, Any Other Forage Crop. to favor against him she api-arcassist their growth. They can be if.ilph 'llsdale and Iluus'e Cowles. the other n shark moving slowly In on the table. Alfalfa as n feed for hogs will proweaned at six or seven weeks and kept 'I.en they began to talk One day I1I1 direction. The man was uncon- him. day Antonio, while drinking In thought." said Mr. Chamberllii. "I irrowlng rapidly on milk, shorts, ground duce more ports per acre than any other One you were to eook the dinner I.d.ih riieltnl a letter from her moth, scious of his danger, but It would , 11 told oats and cornmeal. It Is hardly neces forage crop grown In Kansas, asserts "that wlue shop wllh some er admonishing her thut It would Im for me to wnrn him. naryto Introduce whole grain, nlthough I!ay Oatcwood, Instructor In nulmnl yotii.oIf." "Drawing my knife, I look It !?. Ihciu that he was In marry Mnrlun the advisable for her to return ns soon us "I have cooked It tuy-e- lf ami with flay, and he wished thim to lie a little shelled com will be useful In husbuudry In the Kansas State Agrl- - ' no one's the weather warmed up. Persons tweeu my teeth and illrsl headlong, next nsstane" putting on a good quality of flesh. This cultural college. wedding, One of these weie criticising her luisbanil and her striking the' surface iilwut ten yards present at the "lint the maldV Hy experiments conducted on tho col. j 1 kind of n menu with good pasture nneau ot me mark. I let inyscir go men wint to her father and told lit nt lllrliil. wlio were seen She simply serves It and acts as a well balanced ration and n lege f.uin It was shuun that 170 makes IF ACCIUiNTlJiiSICrvNKSS as low- - ns I could, which I think could whut Antonio had sahL lie at "lice li I.'ditli was ninu-i- sl waitress." rapid rnlo of growth Is kept lip. pounds of green alfalfa cut nnd fed In SHOULD UDDLNLYSTHIKE shut up Marina uuder bs k nud key. "You don't mean to sny that you t'l-l- t obseners shoulil halo lss.'ii bo lie- - not have been over seicn or eight feet, I Market conditions regulate Hie a dry lot wns equal to a hundred pounds HOW TAR 15 TMC DOCTOR ? The next day Antonio, li stead of lie clvisl hy her plan for ll.ilph's prntee-tloe- . and liefore beginning to rlo shifted time for disposing of the fall litters of com. Six imuuils of corn was neces-I- f cooked 11 dinner In that cos'ftimeV 1. nrn-- lr ihnrged lug married, was mjself to my back nud looked up. "I do." prices nre high In early summer sary to produce one iund of pork, so Willi Ihe murder of oils C.impls-1In above me was something white, Theie lame 1111 11 lien l uioiis lifter re "Hut yen look us If you hnd Just "hen the nnlmals nre six to ei;;ht the 170 pounds of iilfalfn produced her father. 'oii mv "There." said ir. in hoiriv. eating the mlviie already glieu. Men which I believed In be Ihe belly of the from oU, It will pay very well to teen nnd two-thirpounds of pork, mine out of 11 baiulliox." what n fate we buie saved you shark. "I have Just come out of the klti hen." usually oiislder iiiionyiuous letters bet' ftiilsh them off willi corn and send I'stlmntlng that during tho season nu The tiinn you would bine marrbsl to ' Tile first course is n soup, the like ter lilted for Ihe wasteli-iske- t than for I Taking my knife In my right hand, day Is n i ilmlnal." llriMti"!: the packers If prlc-c- s ate low acre of nlfnlfn will jlcld 'JO.Chk) pounds relief of which Mr. Chamberllii had never lonsldcnilloii. A woman Is likely ti. 1 permitted mjself to rle. (If eoiirse and the demand light It will pay best of gieeii hay. this If cut and fed green Miitlna was relcasisl from mutlue- I1.11I Mod myself 11s to Ihe shark's from life saved. Arc carry the porkers along until fall. with corn would mike 2.000 pounds of tasted before Then there was a skip be more favunihly disposed to to liieiil. She manifested no coin cm nlsiut methods of attack and his Aim to market them either before or poik. 1 Igurlug the pork at tl cents a of the fish coup-e- . nud 11 sin-enyou RoitiK to eas.e what Is spoken behind 11 mark. IMItli parts. I knew- - that I 11111-- 1 vulnerable Alitoulo; she did her dally work me approach Mo- - still after the holiest part of the summer. pound, It would ine.in that nn ucrc of chicken wus produced chunliaUy, but tin re was a blighted j day Then- - were began to feci 11 bit anxious. teleby from U'lienth hint and stab hint In the 'cream potatoes with II. bit the name trusted her friend, hut she fealed for Ulemeinlier nho that hogs put on the alfalfa was worth $120. lisik about her w hhli her ' 1" home? M"u utlrihuii-i- l to hating Issu associates phone in her husband. She began to doubt the 7 "J" , jlrst "'HI pounds of flesh nt 11 lower rate In a winter exieriment n hundred , does :iot describe the illsli nlsiut tu Tints , t'oiorc wus near enough lo sie blin 111:11 r . . 111111 111 1111. a limn who, 11 the iipilutcd at cost than any subsequent weight, pounds of ulfalfu hay displaced ninety- - cream potatoes are 11 Imur.i lit them .im.iii I plainly, and I was a lltlle Why for as they Increase In maturity they six iotiiids of corn Tiro pounds of selies. They were Hue chopped, 1111, 1 woman, however saintly. She had not teeny weeny bit tsmfis h!i'day. was taken lo J.ill. Hut staggered by Ids elllp thought that her husband, on e Ihe llcnllv ix'qulre a larger proportion of inrii. corn was neccisnry for one pound of one eating them could Tlie cost is " iiamui "' tell tlr f't' tuned nioiilli." ' I'ull pigs may be carried along for purl;, ami therefore the hundred pounds cream from li,.. .......... .. 1. ti. .1.. scales hud fallen from his eyes, would r "'l'1'""- " ss. At this you-priceieservice seteml of the llslemrs lH,7'rll;' '")'' 'twelve mouths or considerably longer of alfalfa made nineteen pounds of narsley gave the whole a delirious al'e t'unlce'H siis-rIorltto III wife made exclamations, and .he IT, mine off Murluu was . If there Is plenty of pasturage nnd purk. The average annual yield for al- - flavor. With lids cour-- e was u dish of When Mrs. Tlsd.ile went home with far ., ,.,.-- !. i..i .. i...i r.. . ni'ii 1. to Drop a .n .nii-i- . h'i. .. 11 present us u witness. After Ihe prioilier feed. Ilaciiu bogs at fourteen lo falfn hay Is about four Inns per acre spaghetti cooked with tomatoes mar 'norc haste than she had rnme nway. wni reifoiisl she coiithiuisl: , ..- ' eighteen months are III good demand Tlild f..il In iiiiniu.llmt llliiiiiurli she wus culled lo the stand Ileforo going to her hoil-- e she went to velously tasty. The great lisli liad not quite reachtsl ' He usk ' by the I I'nscculiug attorney and pay well. Eunice's. make l.Ono ivouiids of pork, or ffxl nn Is not n course dinner." snl-- l If there wns anything lo Im a (Hilut illn-ctlBilSTIN TELEPHONE nlsiie me, nnd I found isl her If she had known Campbell mi l . . ... "This . . . In addition to the above suggestions aero for alfalfa hay. me nostess wtien tneu vianns wcru .11..U...1 . t I'ten-iiei- i in it ironi u dlillcnlt to kivp froiii rising in time brought out fi'oin her an iiivouut of hit us tit Tecdlng and housing farmers need In an ext erimeut on pasturing it wns lllilshiil. "Theie are inaiiy kinds of '"r friend. She was told nt the ibsir p. reach Oils frluliifni ni,ioili''iii.i.i.Uw COMPANY kindness lo her uud others of tu-- 1 lass to have in 111I111I the fait that worms ,,Uowu that nn aero of alfalfa lasturod dinners, but 11 dinner to bo eisiked at Cowles was nut In the city. I needed to penult lilm l ims .o that "Hid )ou line lilm':" asked I bo at representaof great damage In pork for ltfi dajs pioduccd .".Itl.S loiimls of home by a nieiulier of the fiimllv ICeluciaiilly she diole o her home, I would come up illnstlj under his ralslug. There ure a few simple renie pork. Cure should be lukcn not to pas. should consist of few dishes." lialph, whom she had ndvled of her tlom.irli. If 1 inse near his mouth he tin lie. tell you tive call "Wllh all my heart." which assist In keeping niilnia!- - tute too closely, as alfalfa will not tiles 'And one delicious, us In thU I coining, udvniiced to meet her with a could ensllv take me Into It If I struck , have how There wus 11 stir 011 Hie pint of those ...... eiery healthy and vigorous. Pigs that arc stand heavy foiaglug. It Is best to so welcoming smile mid to., I; her In Ids his stomach he would line to I ml; wa In court who knew her. ' urms. taking on llcsli rupldly ure subject to pasture Hint nt least two cuttings of in When Mr. Chamberllii saw the dester In do so. Indeed hi Ihe latter case "!ld he bile yoiil" A liny may be taken off In addition to sert come 011 l.e looked dlsapNilnleil fevers, especially In hot wcuthcr. This wns teussiirlng. I would 1st u'ifiH'll.i sale. house. "No." Rood mixture to keep lefore hogs nt that eaten b the hogs. "How hute you nud I'liulce agieislV'' "Hy wriggling I prei enlist myself It wns Icecream, mid icon don't usual The preset utor then brought out the was her first iiiesllou, alt times Is Sulsoda, three pound: 11 I ly cafe for Ice cream. Hut win he from rising had his while relations her nn.l Ihe accused, "Well. She haseried 1110 far muro belly nboio inc. Then, glllug 11 klci, KlauK'r mlts, three pounds; copperas put this tie cream Into Ids iiiuulh he Dropsy of Horses, with the fact thut sho had promised three pounds; common salt, three I shot upwind than you can Imagine," my strength to marry Antonio I In- - day he wus ur J s a chronic dis- cast up his eyes, ami 11 pleasant smile Abnormal dropsy iritl with nil liaiinds; sulphur. 0110 ihiiiiiiI: chnrtoil. ease, due to chronic peritonitis of u passed titer tho Hps that Imd Just "Where has she gone'" plmigisl my knife Into the shark's reslisl. Then he pfoduieit an artlllilal Euarantrc ton best service. four loutid. When the herd Is Infest "I don't know," making as largo u rip us I rose of ti blue color. stmiia-- b, couipllcalloti of the liver, kidneys or dosed upon It, "When will she return?" il Willi worms It Is well to u-- e sun heart. It Is practically Incurable, A "Why, It's, mnde of cream." be said. hud the siver to make, nud Ihe deed "lld you eter see I Ills rose before?" a tonln and eiiloii.el. These uie fed In "I don't know." was done." "Certainly; no cornstarch In It." he nsked, veterinarian might draw off some of thin slop when the nuliunls ure linn Hie fluid by Inserting a trocar and Thut was 11 happy dinner husband "Yes, I gave II In SI;nor Campbell." "And you sin is 1 tho iiiiiii wlm Iks'iiiuu "You made It yourself J" weighing 100 poiiii'l-iis- a cauula. your liuslsiiidt" asked one of Ihe larj'. " I'lK "Whi n did )ini ns It next?" "Certainly: except that the maid and wife ute together, lidlth had Ilu should also put the horse i and four grnlu santonin six perturbed ns In her fileml having sup dles tMgeily. "Aliloulo gave It lo me. lie wislnsl 011 11 nurse of Iodide of polusli and turned the freezer." rnlomel. planted her In her husband s! iiffectlolii Increase the 11 limit 11 1 acn",i "Yes, anil he saitsl me too. He saw lue to marry lilm, and I agtccd to do After Mr. Chamberllu b.icl been helpHomo treatment will nut be tunics. uud did not mention her during the tue dlie, mid when I did not como up to If he would bring me this rose thai Iiik to the s.l0 of the animal. It I ed thret times to Ilu lee c renin and the likely to uiall. for farmers to provll foml cake that melted In his mouth the din meal. Tor tho first time she did not it the expecltsl time lie mwiiiii for me I had given Slgimr Campbell." I ml found seem to need her. me exhausted, pirlly from This was all the testimony adduced, tliee leniedles and ulwuys keep llu- i iter wus finished, When the Horse Fallen. on hand. 1'uulie never iiiurneil, In time Mrs. rxclteuieiit, and Isiro 1110 lo 11 Isial, Into It was not enough to fend the prison upon the Tho rest If the borso does not travel ns well maid, whllo of tho work fell ir In the chair, but It sulllctsl lo semi hostess and guest retired TIsdule began to wonder. Hut no ex. whtii I wus pulled." as usual In the field or oil tho road. Boys and Girl' Canning Clubi. plauutiou came. An explanation, "Ladles," said 011 who had heard the ilm In Ihe penitentiary for life. The Is THE proper thing iH'foro Using the whip make sure there to a sofa lieforo a bright lire. What Mont I ha 11 '.'iKM'X) hoys and till of certain miles, lialph held Hory, "Hint feat Is simply liupossihic." only et Idi uce against lilm had been occurred there Is 11 matter between Is not some g.H d en use for his seeming for a lady or gentlevers enrolled in Win In ngrleultir.n stubbornness. There may bo something themselves, but tho next Thanksgiving inder lock and key, but be neier pro. "Not ut nil," Interrupted iiiiollicr. "I procured by the adroitness, the pit nd canning ilubu .'onducted coopei-man to present nowaThey hail enabled lilm once saw a mini kill 11 slunk the same tlenre, the rellieii'e of a girl fifteen wrong wllh the luirncsi or the horse tho two dined tugitlicr us man and '.uciil them, years old. way In a moving plejuro show." lively by the stiile colleges nnd t'i o get lid of his enemy. wife. days, when making may tint lie well. .fed-irailePMrlmcnt '.clcnce has mine lollic old of Amrr-Jofarmers In providing n reliable irerum for Hie prevention of hog tied. Tills Immni has come ill n lime nvheti market prices nre high for meat nnlmnls, and licnco pork misers are lo Increase their output. will A word of caution to funnel-not bo out of place In this entinertSoii. up mm nlnne n not bring The use of FRESH AIR TOR SWINE. Itnymond mild: "l, papa, lust don't give me imy ilemrft for siii-pe- r, mid Hint will punMi me Just im until." t'lili .'Bit Trlliune. me." t '""' t in. ,,v "l''t T'" ,,i JtL iZ V. !', .1? ae ,,,, t via "7" " 'dPr .."X mZ lmM 'r"f" " i'i r. - jun .' " ... """" ,,'t ''"'' ...i.- ... " "''"' 7" ?? With a telephone your the In next room. This means promptassistance, pain, let another jo without a your takes chances? trifling the to card today .... and have a and little it costs to your a telephone Western Electric Telephones '" Engraved Visiting Card calls. A Neatly Joy to All Around Her. 'A cheerful, uncomplaining woman .'la the most wonderful human being oil .nilli. In truth she makes life for herself and those urouud her "one cruud, sweet song." Whether sho Is rich or ioor, old or young, educated or uncducutcd, mukes ubsoluttiy no 4jffereiice. Tho exumplo she nets uud tue hope oho brings to others uru what count, uud every one ot us can, with profit, Imllule licr. lixchaiiii-- . They Saw the Cow. A woman with family of children recently moved from the heurt of u t'ily to one of the suburbs, where they found various new educational opportunities. O110 day u neighbor met them all milking buck from the edge of (own uud uskisl whether they hud been out the country, "Yes," suld the woman, "the man who brings our butter sold he had cow out there uud I took the children out tu nee It." 11 111 11 When you come to TOWN TODAIf be sure and put THAT $1 in your pocket FOR US Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or more. CENTRAL RECORD The Central Kecord, Thursday Nov 9, 1916. ""iMiiititmnwi 1 Prince Albert gives oooooooooooooooooo POULTRY TALK. smokers 'such delight, because Poultry health depends much on the nre Klvrn the fowls. They iictd float! attention dally. It Is illlhYult lo fill ten stunted In feeding market chickens. poultry nti Imimrlniit point Is feeding regularly Perches nnlliil down lightly lire ii. I I lie tight I hid If you wind I i in. 'i nil' the li'ti rune. Knur I .PI. i ..ikes I lie lilckn prow fnst, I.i il Is dui'tfiil If II "III keep run from Inning diarrhea, or a i It If they once get II. ii some i Ifllm. ' POULTRY and FALL CARE EGGS OF TURKEYS. Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed oowadays. It reflects pood taste and jflt once creates a favorable I'mprcssion. j CARDS- D. j Or. Win, OITlce at I!ali. Lfliicnsler. Pryor, its flavor Is to different and so delightfully good ; it can't bite your tongue; it can't parch your throat; you can smoke it as long and as hard as you like without any comeback but real tobacco happiness! On the reverse side of every Prince Albert package you will read : "PROCESS PATENTED JULY 30th, 1607" That means to you n lot of tobacco enjoyment. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality I Ilnve j on cull n cir is ten t tksfowli nnd out ' your i tl Flock Nttds Cartful Treatment to Pr. pjre Birds Tor Market. Turkey air now on the home stretch, K., li ino.jont of ilip rhnrten lug days must lie utilize I. Tlir. hum 1 helped to a quick getnwny on their Veterinar Surgeon and Don list. Livery Stable. - Kentucky grndunlly ket. fnti u Ihctn f r mar- m ; 1 rS is Suppose you come and see the irany Vautiful samples we have and get our prices. oooooooooooooooooo POINTS THAT INDICATE THE GOOD EGG LAYER It will pay crry one nho raises poultry to dpend n little time during the fall nnd winter tn.iiklng the lay. Ins lion nml pullets. One Rood way Ih lo buy lo Ixinds. Rvcrjr two weeks take time i ihhikIi In wpli li I lie Hock, markini; the hens that nppiircntl.v lire hiyliit'. Tliero nre seveml wuy.i of chooHinu the la era. Tho-- o lions that arc I.r-- t oir the roost In the tuoriilm; nml tin' Inst In co (o roost nt nlsht; thoso Hint nle found to bo cimnI feeders with full irois nt night; those that are lutlvc and looklm: for feisl nml nlwnjH Hem to be busy; those that nre brlzht eyed nnd co nlmut kIiikIii nre Kioil layers. tlixsl layers usually have full sized, red tiimhs that nre pliable nml lifllii The email Bencr csl lo be slippery. alljr brinks, If. nines hard, llcht colored nml roncli wlmt laylus ceases The skin n n layltm hen Is usually Tho lavlnu sramitti. oily nnd pliable EMM TMIi Central Record. lounly Court Days. Itichmond, 1st. Mondm. ff. IV. .Uorrim, It 4t (irinlii.ilc (tiillclnn .! noli .lirriti r- - J.EiDWARDS.MJ Phone 39 LM BUCKEYE, KY. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Ilnrrodsburc. 1L Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Shelbyville. .. S3? 3 Mince Albert the national joy smoke tathat in goodness and in pipe satisfaction is all we or its enthusi- TOVLL, find s riW howjydo on tap no X mnattpr how muh of a ttrarfr you at in th rtwtk fifth irooff ytm drop into. For, Ptmeo Albtt lm niht Ihmrm - mt Ih fitl Plarm ou li astic friends ever claimed for it! ttn for a aim thntrro th nana-epound and half pound tin pounn ttvmtaara ana in trjuai giama humtdot with top that ft thm tobacco to avth bang up trim ttmot atlatabaccat Thr tvrnr hr nitkaland tho tut rd rd TOBACCO IS PREPARED FOR SMOKERS UNDtRTHE PROCESS DISCOVERED IN MAKING EXPERIMENTS TO $0 ) K.3 2nd. Monday Carlisle, 2nd, Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monder. I.nwrenceburK. 3rd. Monday Nicholasvillc, 3rd Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday, Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. I.ANCASTKIt. 4th. Moiidi.y Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Verfailles. 4th. Monday. j Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John fVI. PRODUCE THE MOST DELIGHTFUL AND WHOLESOME TOBACCO FOR CIG- - McRoberts. It answers every smoke desire you or any other man ever had! It is so cool and fragrant and appealing to your smokeappetitc that you will get chummy with it in a mighty short time ! AKfmtViMKiraaga. PROCESS hi. J. PATRICK,. PATEMTEr3 JULY 30 v 190 Dentit. Paint Lick. Kontoa&y rUHuWolJsToWaCCNMCT WnwmnSAUn.riC.U4A. I DOES NOT BITE THE I0IJCUE Will you invest 5c or R. prove out our on the national joy smoke? 10c to J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Wiiuton-Salem- say-s- o TKU U Ih. IVinc. Albert mm. (Id. of Ih. tin. N- t t . N. C.' Urn M 11. nt.d toyou .nd r..Iit. hat it n.n. U m.ldnf Trine Albrt to muck lm liIr r.d frntintM. Rod iuV.i pilcci IP r i I. til ns p t.1 il.T'l li 'H'-U-- your Lblng. UhltK IS A GOOD 1'I.ACB TO STOP FOR I.1TTI.U MONKY. puund Tin ref le hi'hnmrs tf.e Thf:i. rotter to slop miiy tlie tougtl, tiitnialuio or under.' Iteil t'ltdi. refl nt a sacrifice. If IteM nver on the farm tho uciul.e mn-illilnnd (liLiIly cjinmand riason-util- c returrs. Tt'e turke . irensa shoun I tliilshed to ptrfectiun. It w.I) u.. n r'U' it' lurKey r r rt f..l '. i lit. .l IA ,etcr:il ents pi ni. i' ilet. t n but bt. The undersigned hereby pve warning to all persons not to trespass upor our lauds for any purjiose whatever as we will prosecute all oiTenders to ful lest extent of H- - law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice. It. L. Elkin Ed & N li Price W. K. Cook. Mrs. Pebecca J. West. Jnmcs G. Conn. II. C. Arnold. J. P. Uland. J. C. Morgan ' Long, Bros J. H. and W. S. Weaver YV. T. West. J. Hooth Sutton. W. I. Lawson and son. Howard King, Miss Carrie Houlden, J. II. Higsby. John Ilichardson, J. C. Kicaby. A. C. Miles. J. U. foods. Jno. M. Farm. J. II. Thompson, II. L. Kelly. David Steven. S. C. Itigsby. Frank Thompson. D. M Anderson. J. II. Thompson. Am and KM Iiournc. Davis Sutton Mrs. .1. Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar W. H. Cummins. P. 11. Thompson. Wm. Lear. Jerry Bland. W. S. Ferguson. John Tatum. We will add other names for 25 cent POST Jolni II, Casev, I). Graduate Cincinnati College. DANVILLE. - 1)1 Veterinary Surgeon. Veteriiary KENTUCKY LOUISVILLE HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, KY., Main St., between 6th and 7lh. 2 people, $2.00 each. - tieople, 2.2.i each, 2 people, 2.60 each. people, people. 2.75 each. 3.00 each. 4r?. .vM S a Thr Only lltitel in lA)uivillr Operated on tlic American ami Kuropian Plans. I loom without Hath hut with Hot nml Cold ItunninK Water. AMKItlCAS PLAN (With Menl.l ?f ItiMima finRle. I2.WI per day; M Uooma rinlc. 2.50 per day; I'ront Koomt ninnle. 3.IK) per dav; It.Kiirn with Private Hath: inK,e. 3.0") ht tlaj ; R0ltiKm. W ItiKimi ... fincle. 11.50 per day; Kooma witheut Until hut with Hot nml Cohl Kunnini; Watrr. KUitOPKAN PLAN KfnKl.-- , $1.1K) per day; 76 Koomi .... (Without lni!le, 1.00 per day; 50 ICnoma aintile, I.S0 prr day; 50 Krottt Kooms Itootiu with Private Hath: ft)) Knoma ninRle. 1.5" per day; riri-le- . 2.00 per day; SO ltivuni Without Bath. $1.00 and up; lioomi With Private Hath. $1.60 and up. 1IKST i:TINT, PI.ACK IN TOWN. The I.nunvllle llotel ami the Old Inn arc locitml m the whtlele diUrict and only a retail dietnct and thentrr. three-bloc- people. JO. 73 each. 2 people. 1 00 each. people. 1.25 each. 2 people, &12-4SI'Ii- ,' . till 2 people, 1.25 each. 1.60 each. THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky. Corner Sixth and Main Sts., European Plan Only. wall; to the probably Hock Tha riymouth nmons tlie holds American tirteils of fonls. As n central purree fowl the lt.irrcd vnrlely Is witlinul doubt the most (sipular of nil the breeds ur fowls The Whiles and the Huffs and the rnluniblans nre maklni! their way steadily to a frimt line losI-tloTh ttead here pictured Is that ot a liuft riymouih Itock lock. hen has n lame nlslomen, a wide pelvic areli unil kihuI ileplh from keel to pel vis. Ilroken down und bUk hens nUo sometimes show this latter characteristic. I.njlm: hens usually have rather looso bowels, init this Is larcety due to the intion. A hen Inclined to be coil stiputeil Is not petting n good InyliiK ration. Ijte molllim hens me the liost lay ers. Ilepcuteil tests show that heavy prtnluclus hens molt Into nml molt rapidly. This If applied In October and November Is probably Hie nio"t molting Important test of .ill. licTrs have been discarded by tunny farmers who think that the early mutters are. the winter lajers. Ilarly molt-lm- : hens me tis'lnlly iltvne. Wlvon-slIlulletlii. Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Proprietors. Mirs Kvn Merrvman vimted Mr ami Mr Charley Hn'ter, last Tridav nifiht. AID THE KIDNEYS I Mr J. H Kemper has recovered Mr HlulTard Jenninca und wife were Do Nol Endangw Lite When A Lancisltr irom n few dija iiiiu-- . the K"eits of her pareiiti1. last Sunday. I .. . Mr J. H. Kemper, who haa h.'en very ., Sr Addie (leiitrv. con and daughter, Citizen Shows lou the Hay lo Avoid II. , niucll ,m,irovw,i llt were the quests of Mrs Kdd Smith last t" E Mixeley of Paint l.ick la Sunday. Mrs Whv will lieonle continue to aulTi i9itiiiL-- her ilaiiehter Mr Tuvlur HulT- Mrs Lena llalccmb and daughter, of hack-- ' III HKUliiea of kidm- - coniplaint innii. Ilrea were the Kueat uf I) M. Curler head- - j ache, urinarv disorder, Co,tii of m(m Sar .t.xint!ton ii and family, Saturday. eIio, lanKUnr. why allow theinclvea M.Vercl days with the Miuea Mr and Mrs T. 1,. PenninKton and ,hen n tet - Siuipfo-i- . to hecomu chrmiiclnvalidi. children were the e;uot of her parents ed remedy it olTen d them? jjr )aII My Mlv fHiy 0f McCreary Mr and Mrs C. H- - Hoop l.nt Saturday Doan'a Kidney PilU have htwtiuted tn t,re KUet of .Mr Jolin Koytiton and nml Sunda). kidney trouhlo over 50 years, have been fmnilv Inst Hunday. .Mr Hliia Conn nod Mils Uattie Conn j teitod in thouKiimH of eniea. retiirneil from and Miss Susie Davis were the pleasant mr!, Kellv lloiTK li Clean the Henhoust. Once n year nt least every poultry If you have unv. even one. of the Wavnwlmrt: where she haa been to Kuest ot Mrs V.. II. Whitted and daugh act now. i viit an iiivalld aunt. house needs to lie tliomuahl) ileanisl. aymptotiil of kidney diwi-e"- , ters, latt Saturduv niht and Suuduy. This Is best done Jut befn'-- u new Droiwy or Uriwlifa dUeane may eet ni jj,,,,, Vukw ami Pearl Hokk pent flock Is put Into It. Litter nnd loose and make nenlect datmerous. Itead ,,, W1l,k ,.IH lm.ir .jj,fr ' dirt nre shotelis) out and the iclllni. Ihi l.nnenmer ltinHtn : Stallard lllll id l).uiflle. GUNNS CHAPEL. walls ami Moor swept with a brismi. Danville Pike., V C. Davis tailor. Mr ail Mrn Tailor llulfman ate le may be Mrs Amelia Hofile is with Mrs Jolah The Interior of the house "Mv kidneva were ,,,,..1.,,, u,r the arrival of a 7 Ih boy, l.anenilrr. wnshed by water under pttwuro from I.McCulliy tliwrdenil mid 1 aulTered fiom l"in cluiiteiuHl Oiu llurdelte. n hose or nertthUtl with a fctlir broom Mr and Mra Doek Simpson u hero Then, after dtjliitf fur a ihiy or two. acnwi the ainall of mv hack. Hie Itev. Malum and wife will leave Mon- 10 .!, f.tr I ..nl.vi:iu irrei-ulu-r khlnev action oblilled lll IT the house upiM'iirs . kstu, It Is n it. .nd the (lelieral for tha week. in in1 ... ni ill' ilk .....l.i iiiki.. . lntvM enimiderahle Aaaoriutlon of the llnptist Mrs John I.und spent Tuesday with to make It tenlly ehsin by tllaliifm-lloTwo iippllcntloiis of it xpiay of so callto do in my work and 1 became Mi8 (leorKia Daim returned home Mrs Thompson Davis. Doan's Kid- -' ed liipild lice killer or of nuy good diswarily tir.nl ami lant;uid hlnelay from rrunkfort. where ehe ss Walton of MarkKburv is infectant will do it thorough Job. me .ui iwv Pilla ri oi tnev nnsuaii 1)ri) wti, lias been in the Interest jU.r Sirg ; j)aIv excellent pruitlie Is to nutke tho see-nPrice 60e, at all dealers. Djii'I "im- Didenvor work in the Prion uppJKutlo.i a .out of thin while-wash- , Itev. UuKiin preached nt the M. I. reme.ly k1 ply iwk for u kidney tu emli gallon of which Is mutItev. Midian has reoritanied church here Saturday nichtund Sunday. Domt'i Kidnty PIIU -- the mimo that Mr. ed n pint of crude lurholle iicld. ' Teachers Training eoune which Co.. Misses Zulu C'llieu und Mauil Tenter . Davis had. I'lWter-Mllbur- n , bunded about MX wceka vi;o, and ...... I n. 11 nvii-Kui3t- 'i IlulWo. N Y. iurs U. .11. JllllOII, 1UV5- Wheat For Coos. imet every Satunl.iv ufiermon tu com duy niiiit. Wheat I. tutu ii mrgely usitl lor poulplete the course. The Womens' Missionary Society will try than nuy other cereal, tukltii; the TKATURSVIIsLK meet at the llaptist chureh on Friday ottiitrt over It is a safer final than afternoon, Nov. 17th. most other umlii fnmK ami theio Is They Him (iulley tind family Mr ami Mra Misses Heul.ih May und Thelmii Simp-o- n lirolutbly no ether tereol tlmt Is liettcr Hill. rpent Sunday with Mrs Steve fowls. It has n near Sleep Soundly of llerea College spent the week rvllklusl by thecorn, lompetltor In nml whether thj Mr und Mra Nurinan Grow und famiend with homo folks here. olio or the oilier should be fed Is hirgc-lly were visitors of Mr und Mrs Walter "Slnrn taklntr Koley Kidney Pllla Mr John McCulley, who has been in a iiitvtinii of their prb'cs. If fed I tellevs 1 am entire cureu nntl i Crow, Sunday. Ji. T. ill health for anne lime, went to Lex- exclusively on one grain fowls would sleep auunaiy all nlnlit Btmyncc IEuy Missoj Irene Grow and Kobertu rum ington Monday for medical treatment. probably r've belter results In cgS Tuku two of rol-vltl- i tuclt glass were (he cunts of Miss llertha Hell ratal aund at of pure Mr und Mrs Irvine Simpson und Mr Jlcld on wheat than corn. Judging 1'fJtlii; and from tho (suiiositliiiia i- wheat has a i..., . get-- . John I.und ii. i.. easy way tu put n at' i were in Tuesday up time utter tu. tlnii .j tha and Wednesday withHlchmoud Mrs Doek i Unlit advantage oter corn for cgi: Mr und nnd fuinly Mr und Mra D. N. mailt. !rodiictlon, while corn Is belter for oicy uiso stop pain ' Simpson. ialtcnluir, ere the In 1 Luck Kidney A gotsl quality of wheat and Mr nnd Airs Jotue Luiik ami klihs. hoiidacl. t, slum- nch troulilts, illtturtwd heurt action, I Kev. Sebastian will II his regular icrcculugs may nlso be substituted for quests of Mr und Mrs Cleo Hay. etirf and nchlnir Je 'pis, aii.l ii . u nalln . ' vll- uiointinents at Liberty llaptist cliurrli dgher priced grain. I'aii.s ituo to khii,' y unl Mr and Mrs II. M. Kurtz und family Saturday will s. Mr. falurday und Sunday. und Mrs Ifuhertu Luny und ehlldreu ,no"n..vllle. Cla. It. It call day, II. T. Hi-ito (.iy. Tit- t vfara ..II .. were quests, Sunduv.of Mr II. Kuv und I'.n I...... ....ul.l without livtllftff up. Smotlmi4 only u air unu airs joon i.aiui uim .niss i.eu-n- a family, ftw mluutua utter Kolnfr to tnl Id Ilollon motored to Cartenville SunI avo to up, and 1 trlid tveryililiiK Mrs M. II. Wheeler und I heard Ktfur tlio troulile. Last year day where they spent n deliKhtful day Mr and "f 1 trltd l'Vley Kldnsr l'llls and alter Prulli-v- r daughter, Thelma and Mra John taking ontt Loltlo I liellevD I am en- with Mr and Mrs C. S. Hoop und Miss tirely cured and I ilccp soundly all Cora ltoop. were Kuests of Mr N. U Prewitt, marksbuiiy to j,,.jlu. ' w, jir! j !): ,r Pio. road mnrkctwaid. Liuh day lost post pones their shipment, nnd delays uncostly. To make the most of one's flock the turkovH mut be taken In early In the fall. The tiormnl lininl May bntchrsl tilt k beiilns Septetnlier with more pluinage til. in llesh, rein Ills long legs have lively speaking. galloped over long distance- mainly In the Interests of feathers nnd muscle. Thereafter his greater development tends to round out the angles to build n tempting table fowl. An ever Increasing gap yawns between the Increasing needs of the tur keys' maturing bodies and the automatic cessation of the summer's foml supply. Careless illsrogunl of this fact Is ono of tho numerous leaks of the turkey crop. Hxperlenced growers allow their flocks to register no differ enco by beginning enrly to till the deficiency by feeding with an eyo to making candidates for the ThanksgivThis Is tho choicest ing shipment. market, ns n rule. It can bo depended upon to be lnsutllcicutly supplied with select birds and ready to give good prices for plump fowls. The advantage of early clearance of one's Is obvi(lock or of Its hct member ous. At nny rate, neglect at the bemay del.ty shipment ginning of fall till beyond Christmas, since growth proceeds slowly In cold weather. Prolonged feeding diminishes profits, In marketing lurkejs means shipping within n reasonable period after fattening begins. The acids of fallen fruit, grapes or tomatoes, If eaten to excess, are tin-- ' healthy for all fowls, particularly turkeys. So keep the turkeys from or chards unless horses, swine or sheep share the pnMure The underfed tur-- ' key fresh fiom the disappearing nbun-danc- e of the llelds Is frequently the victim of too much fruit. N'ew or noted as having milky corn may l much the ame effect. nre MUnethnes troubled Turkey with vermin at this time. If droopy und without appetite the raiser may suspect the piesencc of parasites. llliickhend nml nllmeiits similar In Kyniptoins and effect are caused by overfeeding of corn during the fall particularly new. Immature or mold corn. A reduction In the amount given or n total withdrawal Is ndvNiblo. Tho Ideal shelter for turkeys, except In very cold latitudes, Is an open shod or house with who or slatted sides, A either to bo titled with roosts. house S by 10 feet with a seven rout tldgc isile, built of fence boards with three Inch spaces Is aiiiplo Tor !o (iirke)s. This defends them from In clement w wither mid from enemies., yet It is freely ventilated. J. A.Beazley ' FUNERAL DIRECTOR Olllce Over National Hank. Residence t'hone 3. OfFce I'hortt 27 LANCASTER, KY. Three Brown Manla CULTIVATORS to close out at cost. cash. G.G. COX, Manse.Ky Ih. j : Train Schedule At Lancaster, ky. l. & n Anitivc. K. Denny auH.i Wter Hurt A Doctors Of Dental Surgery. once. siormn Hnildmitotri ' i j ' To Mujsville. connecting at Kichmon with I, & N to Trankfort & Louisville; No 71; 8:35 n. m. To Howland & Stanford connectirg at Howland, L & N to all points South No 2S; 11:01 a. m. Tu Uichmond, connecting with L A fj to Irvine & Iienttyville, Lexington & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. No "0; 11:50 a. in. To Richmond, connecting with train to Cincinnati. on't LANCASTCi:. iiriiiiure Htete. - asfir KENTUCK1 TR EES No Atffa fust Fruit and Shade Trees? Shrubs. Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses. Phlox, Peonies luvn nntl No 27; 2.U0 p. m. Everything for Orrliaril. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Garden. Junction to F.lizabethtown & Howling Write for free Cutnlojiue. Green, unit ut Ilardstown Junction to Hardstown & Springfield, No 9; S:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with rniu to Hristol & Atlanta. H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. fast Lexinilton, 1?4I. Kentucky. ttli TAKE Time Table. Southern North-hound- ; HUNTERS in NOTICE. Rail Road. Danvillo. Ky. . j j No. 10 No. No. 4 Cincinnati Exprcw, 4:30 a.m daily Spe- - This Agreement WItnesscth; Tbat order to protect the game our lands for a period of three vearj ourselves not to hunt thsrenn, nor permit anybody else to do so. nnd we further ugice to prosecute with diligence all persons who violate the gamt laws of Kentucky or tiespuss upon our lunds for the purpose of hunting. Anil we further ugrte to act as Deputy Game Wardens fur the purpoce of car Jeo Let Inc Plcl.inj tha Laysrs. Jiiilglng poultry Is to bo a liner art than the selection of oilier farm aulumls, but tho man or woman who picks pullets Willi n Hue head, nlert eyes nnd tomb, fucu nml wattles of fine testuru lias taken the flrst tlcp toward IncreiiMsl egg production C iT.nl pullets Hhould stand square on Ihelr fect. with legs wide apart, with tho front end of tho body k lis till; higher than the uisterlor end and with long back mid tall curried rather . high. Tho body jdiould be wedgi yielding ample room for the ivprodiictlvc and dlgestlvu organs. cial, daily 0:03 a.m j rving out this ugriemint. Except each i Sunday, richt." The Ceizzval Record $1.00 Per Year In Advance. Lancaster, Kentucky. Mr and Mra O. K. Slinpion and daughter, Junnltu nnd Mrs I.oula Noel were gueits of Mr and Mrs Murk Uogle at Markabury, Sunday. Sold Kverywliere. CARTERS VILLE. Mrs KMiu liotrite is very sick. Mr Sidney Masters, who has been ill with cancer for moie than a yeur, died at his home near hero Saturday nlnlit. He was buried Sunday, lie leaves u wife and several children. of us have tlie light to kill rabbits or. a.m our .arms or permit it to be done by No. It another under our supervision, or the a.m supervision of some responsible anc No. Cp.m reliable person selec'ed by u. No. 2This November 15th, 1915. p.m It. L. Elkin. J. E. Robinson. No. 12 p.m Jno. M, Farra, W. II. Ilrown. South-hounW. 11. Hurton. Alex Walker, No. D L o c a 1 Express, Iluselden Ilros. , T. A. Kttfn, 11:05 a.m J. II. Dalton, daily F. M. Tinder. No. 11 Itoynl Palm, daily..ll:20 a.m. John II. Smith, Logan Hubble, No. 1 New Orleans L!ni .1. N. Hoss, G. M. Deshou, Itcd, dally 11:35 a.m. Fisher Herring, II. B. Cox. No. 13 Carolina Special, Hughes Hros, J. W, Sweeney daily 10:15 p.m. Withers Hros. W. M. Msh.n. No. 3 Spe William, Marcus nnd Jim White. 11:35 p.m. II. P. Wilinot. cial, daily J. l'W, No. 9 F SpcMn. David Chmstilt. I'rtd J, Conn, ciul, tidily 11:52 p.m J, tV. Klmore, W. K. Cook No. 27 llluo Grass Spe- HulTman Bros, T. C. Itankln. rial, dally except Wm. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton, Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m T. M. Arnold. Jr. W. U. Mim For rates, routes and Information It. E. Henry, Jno. M. While, call upon or address M. J. Coughlin, A. D. Uradshaw, Ilrijht If erring; scent; 'phono 340 It. L. Darker. Scott HuuTiuar - - Grass Special, dally except Sun.-OiCarolina Special, 7:00 daily Local Kxprws, daily 1:35 Cincinnati Limited, 5:20 daily Hoyal Talm, dally. .5:37 lorida l. The Central Record, Thursday Nov 9 I91b TENNESSEE IN WILSON COLUMN McKeltar 0006000000000000I? iiiiinhhnifiiiniiM o kfN M M M M II ki kl N POULTRY DAIRY and CREAMERY 1 1 Scientific o i AROUND THE DAIRY. W M MM ki'N M M M PICKINQS. j. o t I M j FARMER'S COLUMN ! Rye Governor New United States Senator Nashville. Ttnn.. Nov. R. Tennestee voters shewed tonclutlvely that they approve the pte.ent admlnlstra tlon, both uallon.il and state, by glv BANISH THE "BOARDERS." In Dairying Depsnda Largely en Tasting tha Cows. Success In milking cows comes" by the same route as does success In any by underother line of work-fi- rst standing the Job and then staying with It, says the Kansas Farmer. But It la not enough to understand how to obtain a result without thought a to the cost of the operation. whose whole object Is The dairy-mato swell the amount of the cream check without taking Into consideration what Suecte iiMtaBStjsesiiHBiiV HBIWIHk4HyRW Jorlty. O TOM C. RYE. Ing the bis and usual Democratic Governor ma facti Bros. Hums R. Marshall. OHIO STANDS BY WOODROW WILSON Carrie the State Dy 50,000 Demo cratic State Ticket Including Cox For Governor and Pomerene For Senator Elected. Columbus, Oblo, Nov. lti 000. twenty-fou- r Tom Rye, Democrat, was l!o tho.-, and K. I). Mr Keller, I'eritf" vas el ted to the United States 3nate over former Gov crnor Hooper, Republican. Despite strenuous efforts on the part It has cost him to produce the cream will find his profits fast slipping away. It Id the man who obtains a heavy pro duction through those feeds most economical to use who makes the real Tha Guernsey cow has mads a great advance In recant years In this country, and the marked popularity of the breed la Indicated by tha Increasing number of dalrmen who are adopting It for the production of milk and butter. Guernsey milk Is rich In butter fat, ranking about the same as the Jene a The cow' pictured la a pure bred Ouern-ee- o o o o ECONOMY OF PLANTS. o A Study of Their Comparative Value o o and Coat. o Rome Intcrcstlnif statistics gathered by I'rofessor Strakosrh of o o Vienna as tho result of Ills exlintistlve o study of plants from a new point nf o view. Taking those, species which are o of economic importance Hint Is, tho o vegetables, cereals, etc., which are of o value to the human rniv I'rofcor o StraLosch has assembled them In his agricultural laboratory and determined with definite accuracy their etllolency ai workers for man. EFFECT OF FEED AND In other words, he lias considered them as If tbry wero so many workers series of the farm, ascertaining by AGE OF CALVING of painstaking experiments Jtut how much cnclt 0110 costs for its keep and how much It produces. The object In each case, has been to ascertain how It la a well known fact that there Is much In value It takes from tho soil considerable difference In practice In order to accomplish the result. among cattlemen In regard to tho This learned. It Is easy enough to feeding and handling of dairy heifers. strike a balauco and to determine tho We find radically different views of some points. amount of clear profit. Some hold that a cow All wealth comes originally from the should be fresh at a very early age soli. The so called economic plants to Insure tho best development of the milking functions. Others take a dl rectly opposlto view and prefer a cow- to bo quite well matured and state that only In such animals are the milk pro 1. ! duclng functions tho most highly de i.l sesttiet r 11 1 1 1 Farming iiaiiiiiiiri 1 a a e t IIII i The best cows are never cheap and seldom for sale. Bo It Is up to every dairyman to give the heifer calves the moat Intelligent care. The fanner wlm depends upon tho dealer for tho replenishment of his dairy gw to dear market. Lack of aalt In tha manger for tho cows makes less money In the pocket of the dairyman. Bo sure that the cow atables In good repnlr before the at weather ti so cold that the stable must be In constant use, lie sure not to stint the calves and yearlings In the use of straw for Poultry houses should be so W constructed as to m light and at warm and to afford easy clean- - at Ing. (Meaiillneas of the poultry bouse and the fowls Is an rsaen- tlal requisite for successful poultry breeding. Fowls enjoy a dust bath In winter time. Fill a lox with W clean anil aud a small amount nf tf powdered sulphur and placo It Mf where tho sun will shlnn upon It W for tho fowls to wallow In. (Irtt and limn In some' form M M should always be-- kept where the Hf hens can get them. W Feed fowls regularly alt they Mf will clean np with a relish. Be HI careful not to overfeed. Mf llow ttil heading la toi tae eirtn. ue ute ot our tarmrr iibfCfltiera. and li (or 'the tale nt tock. g tain and aueti tallica on nf . ft fsrm ai the farmer cannot afford 10 adm-IIf. No notice will be acceeled our tour VI lines, and will heontrlii swo Uinta ot the M ICOan, dee ol charge ft IlulT Plymouth Itock For Sale-F- ive W ! roosters.-l- l 00 each. -- It. K. Henry, ft Kf Of Nf FOR SAI.K Two Fresh and young. Itobt. Ilurnside. kx1 milk cows. ht For Sale or Rent 1J acres of Improved land. at J. W. Sanders, Judson. Ky. Mf Kf Mf NfWWWWM(WM'WWlrMIMM GRADING EGGS TO GET BEST MARKET PRICE en shoats, weight oundf. W. H. (Irlggs .JUR. 3. Lancaster. For Sale: Yearling Poland China hoar. Large tyx" and registered. FOR SAI.K-Sev- about 00 W. S. Kmbry. white hound bitch, "Jos-ep- h ig R. Smith. Fayetteville. Tenn.," on collar. Woods Walker, Paint Lick, Kv LOST-D- J I aaaaV aaMatflatMflBBBiaaaaaaaaaaaaaflalJ I I J , aaaaaaaaattafVWlraBk S. Olilo, with went Into the Democratic column, giving Wood row Wilson a margin nf 50, electoral votes, again aaaaaaaaaBrV' LaaaaaaaaaaaaaaTT T Atlee I'oniersne. Democrat, will be returned, he having lead Derrick, Re publican, by a small margin. The norther part of the state, from Columbus to Cleveland, showed a large Democratic plurality, while Cincinnati cut the normal Republican vote down to a plurality of only about 10,000. Cox ran ahead of Wilson in Cincin nati believed to have been due to a large support which he received from the German America1! vote, which is heavy city. Lieutenant Governor Arnold ran ah-aof Oovernor VIIIb In Clncln-"- Former Governor Cox, Democrat, de feated the present Incumbent, Governor Frank B. Willis, by a silent Plurallty, and It Is believed that Senator rJH Wmu - 'if , KENNETH D. McKELLAR. of Republican leaders, little Inroads were made on the "Volunteer" state. For the first time in many years that a Presidential candidate Invaded the state, Charles Kvana Hughes brought his campaign intp this city but with little effect. gains. Another source of loss often over looked In the milking operations Is the boarders' In the herd. These cows arc good caters, but do not turn tbetr feed Into pro lit for their owner. The sura way of checking on both these matters Is by keeping records. It requires a certain per cent of pro tein, carbohydrates and fat to produce a pound of milk. The richer the milk the more of each will be required. Different feeds contain these digesti ble nutrients In different quantities, and the dairyman should determine which feed supplies them most economically mid In the best form for the cow to handle. By keeping a record of the feed given each cow and tho returns made by her in milk production It will lie an easy matter to pick out those cows that are "boarders" or that are being cared for tit a Ion. This will make possible n "weeding out" process and will enable the milker to build tip a herd of profit making cows only. These nre two Important points for the consideration of those milking cows as a business. RULES FOR DAIRYING. aaaCaaaaaaaaaiaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaalu-aHa- L eaeeeP One bit type Poland WANTED Shape affects the market value of eggs because of Its Influcnco on their China hoar, weight 76 to 12& lbs. S. E. Hammock. Paint Lick, Ky. appearance, says M. C K I! pat rick of the Ohio State university. Kggs for few choice barred FOR SALE-- A I (he n,arkct ,lould t of a true egg I rock hens at 75c each, If taken at once. , eggs and nK ' Mrs Taylor House It. It. 4, Stanford. Ky """rt. foundes eggs are equally I For Sale -- A lot of good Locust Posts. eggs should never lie used for Incubs-tloJ. C. Conn or sent to tho market. R. F. I). 110 I Lancaster, KV. The color of the shell of an egg does ICth between Monday, Oct vcloped. not affect Its food value. White and H Some who raise dairy rattle feral brown eggs produces! under the same Stanford and Lancaster, a black heifer, their calves only bulky feed and In j conditions have essentially the same weighing about (VaJ or 70t) lbs. Liberal rather scant quantities. Others feed . composition. The color of tho shell reward, li. (!. (lover largely with grain and grow them as does affect tho tnnrkrl tnlue. how It. F. I). 110 2. Lancaster Ky. rapidly as possible. 8oroe hold that ever, because of Its apenraiice. The tf a heifer of n dairy bred Is nllowed ' preference shown In different market" For Saler Three nice young ml cows to get fat when youug she develops a I for eggs of certain colors or shades of Dunn llros, Markabury Ky. I color aro Hue 10 custom ami me spall her life rather than to rroduce milk. For Rent for the year 1917. a house t0 thc eye of the of lnp,c Others hold that the dairy qualities of burfri T10 grading of eggs on the and IS acrea if grass, and 20 acres lo a cow aro not Influenced in any way tl0 Kvenird by b put in wheat, of c)lor bT Itio mrthiMlfi f fMNllnff t. vonm? ' . uo rriiuirriupiii. tit .. niurfcri. J. F. Conn. I " ine ,.,,,, and that no harm comes from n heifer ,,louM wlll(i It. F. D. no 1 Ijincaatrr. Ky. Wnlt rR llng fat. Sim. dealre to develop the . , T, u.,t mirk , f argest animal, poaalble for the breed. , , Fain For Sale Je Others prefer rows medium aired or My farm ofW acres for aale. One small for the breed. There must to some general law or mile from Paint Lick, close to good laws In regard to these points tbst can school and church. lie found bv experimental work. An- KliaslSmith. Paint Lick, Kv. , Elcc,u,r pj cr, ,,,,, COK0H1C YXIETAIILES. Timothy Jt Hay-F- or Sale. 300 bales OHIO CONORESSMEN. Tennctiee Congressional Winners. Congressmen were S. It. Sells, Rep.; Second, It Frit. Nicholas Long-worth- . W.First. Austin. Rep.; Third. J. A. Little Rep!; Second. VJctor llelnti, ton, Hep., Indicated: Fourth, Cordell Rop.; Third, 'Warren hard, pern.: HUH, Fifth. Fourth, B. V. Wcity, Jlem.1 Fifth. John Dem.; Dem.; I. W. W. C. Houston. Ilyrns, Dem.; Sev Sixth. 8.' Snook, Dani.: Sixth; C. C. Kcarns. enth. I v. Psdcett. Dem.: Eighth. T Hep.i Seventh. 'Simeon O. Fess, Rep.; W Slm Icm ; Ninth. F. J. Garrett, Eighth, 'John A. Key, Dera.; Ninth. Dem ; Tenth, Hubert Fisher. Dem. Isaac R. Sherwood, Dem.: Tenth, Robert II, Swltser, Kep.; Eleventh. H. C. Claypool, Dem.; Twelfth, C. L. Brumbaugh, Dem.; Thirteenth, A. W. Governors were chosen as Overmeyer, Dem.; Fourteenth, S. H. follows: ' Williams. Rep.; Fifteenth. W. C .Mooney, Rep.; Sixteenth. Roscoe Arkansas C. II Ilrough, Dem. Rep.; Seventeenth. William Colorado J. G. Gunter, Dera. A. Ashbrook, Coiifii-tieut-Dem.; eighteenth. 11 D. llolcomb. Hep. A. Holltngsworth, Itep,; Nineteenth. Delaware J. G, Townsend, Rep. John 0. Cooper, Reir,- - Twentieth. Florida W. V. Knott, Dem. William Gordon, Dem;; Twenty-first- , Georgia II. M. Dorsev. Dem. Robert Cros.ger, Dem.; Twenty-sec-nd- , Idaho D. v. Davis. Itep. !(. I. Emerson, Rep. Illinois' F. C. Itep. . lona-- W. U. Harding, Itep Indiana J. P. Goodrich, Rep. Kansas Arthur Capper, Rep, S. W. McCall. Rep Massachu?etrs A, K,' Sleeper, Rep Michigan WIN INDIANA Minnesota J. A. A. Ilurnqulst.'Rep. S. V. Stewart, Dem Montana Watson and New Defeat Tacgart and Nebraska A. L. Sutton. Rep. New Hampshire H. W. Keyes, R. Kern, Giving the Senate Two New Jersey W. E. Edgo, Rep. New Republican Members. South Dakota Peter Norbeck, R. Tennesseo Tom C. Rye, Rep. Indianapolis, Ind.. Nov. S. Indiana Texas J. E. Ferguson, Dem. rolled up a majority of 2,H)0 for New Mexico E. U. De Ilaca. Dem, Charles Evans Hughes and the Republican party. New York C, S. Whitman, Rep. North Carolina T. W. Illckett, D. James P. Goodrich, of Wlniheste' Republican, xva elected Governor by North Dakota L. J. Frailer, Rep. Olilo-JamM, Cox. Dem. a plurality slightly larger than that Rhode island It. L. Ueeckman, It. of Mr. Hughes. Two Republican United States Sen South Carolina R. I. .Manning. R. ators, a long and short term, the latI'tah SImou Ilambcrger, Dem. i I. F. Graham, Rep. Vermont ter caused by tho recent death of SenWest Virginia ator Shlvcly, were elected, and IndiIra ( Robinson, It. EI Wisconsin ana has done more than the nera-- r Philip. Rep. state's share In helping to Increa tho Republican complexion of the Srr. are the workers that create wealth for the human race, lly tlelr efforts persons are fed and supiKirtetl. It la of obvious Importance, therefore, that uue should know which of them arc the most efficient and capable, producing the largest output. In terms of value. for the least expenditure. It appears from Professor Strakosch's figures that the most etDclent of all economic plants Is the Jerusalem artichoke. This valued vegetable produces on au acre of good laud about 7,127 pounds of starch and other digestible substances. It takes from thc soil Incidentally f'M worth of material. Uut the difference between consumption aud production, In terms of xalue. Is might Imagine that the potato would be nway up nt the head of the list, but It Is not so. The beet comes next with an output of ),:Wl pounds of digestible sulmtiitires to the acre, taking $11 worth of material out of the soli and yielding a clear balance of SU2. Third In order Is com, which pounds of digestible produces substances, consuming $17 worth of giving material nud balance on the credit side of SloH for the urn-- . nre the three most efficient The plants, the Ix- -t workers for , economic .man. The potato is fourth 011 the list. ' Taking $4 worth of material out of ' the soil for each ncrcj planted, it yields M40 pounds of digestible substauccs ' (nearly all starch) und shows a bal-- ' ance of f!l on the credit side. Rice gives pounds, taking $.' worth from the land, and nllows n balance of 11 I t sell as whole or in 10. 20, or 30, bale Fred J. Conn. Iota. The folfowlng hosin In Ojilq: liia Oue Pertinent Advice on Calf Raising and Feeding Milk Cattle. At all times pructlco thc following advice and you will make dollars In more than i.M pounda In a rar, A lo te a champion mutt produce more than St. 4 pounds ot bulttr tn ven Ua and more than 1.3UO ounda In dale. The bull hown here la a pure bred Itotatcln. cow la shown by the fact that thre are now shout 3J,Cuo lloltieln rattle In this country. Today a mature Holatrln cvw to be a champion muit produce more than It i pounda of buttrr In aeven daya and The popularity of the lloUUIn m I a The Touloua sooee la the largest of the domettto lie body Is lari:e. bark brvad and flat and breuM round, deep and fait In color the ptumaae la generally gray marked with while. Three aeeee thrive tost on rich paaturage. their site making them tx.r ranaera. Ttie grrse shown are pure bred "Neter ttlrphone In your fiance at Ills oftlce during hushies hours." ad-Uan adviser of girls. "A busy man has no tluie to talk to you over Oh. why not let !er-ol- d the telcpli.nn-.- " goI ne break him In enrly If flo-ing to marry blmj Louisville Courier-Journa- l. Early Training. (ei. Toutvufte. dairying: Use pure bred sires of dairy stock from cowa having large and profitable productions of milk mid butter fat. Raise well tho heifer ciiIvcm from cows which for one or mure generations hate made large nml profitable productions of mil!; nud butter fat. Ilreed heifers at the age of sixteen to I twenty months. Feed heifers liberally and milk regu. larly. ' REPUBLICANS In summer time do not try to save feed by turning to pasture too early. Provide plenty of pure, fresh water, shade and protection against tiles during hot weather. Supplement poor pastures with corn silage or green soiling crops, such ns rye, peas, oats, green com fishier, cabbage and other available feed. In winter time feed cmv dally n pound of ginln for every three, pounds) of milk produced, twenty five to forty pounds of com sllago and what clover ar alfalfa tliey will eat. Do not turn cows out to lenialn and luffer In cold, stnimy weather. Allow them to have water which la iot colder than from n deep well, twice r three time dally. Brush cows dally If jmt can possibly find the time, for It pays better than grooming of hordes, which, im 11 rule. Is not neglected. Keep cows In clean, well lighted, properly ventilate! stables. Treat cows gently and nvold excitement. The Milk Sheet. There Is nothing In 11 dairy hnrn of more Impoitiince than 11 carefully kept 8i,PPt, mi without Individual cows lire orjg 0j wut tM. lUffc-reii- t i.roduclns they cannot Imi fed proper- Iv. Some cows arc sure to be fed can use profitably more than-(hemid others will not receive eiiuui.li The milk tecord Is an Index to com!1-lionMany disturbing In the herd. factor will be located and. prompt corrections innde that might go tmclls covered for days where 11 milk sheet Li not kept. ate. 1 Conceit. Harry S. New, of Indianapolis, nas "Is lie conceited?" "Wry. I'll bet nt elected to succeed Senator John W. lie even, wonders how heaven Is Kern and James U. Watpou. Huh. getting ulong without lilm.'Vnctrolt vllle, defeated Svnator Thomas Free Press. Tag-gar- nflb,Evertll. Sanders. INDIANA'S CONGRESSMEN, The following Congre smen e cr elected In Indiana; Flat, "'.s, Wail. e Cook. Rep,; Second, Wll.'lam A. lop. )em.; Third. William IZ. Cox. Din.;.Fourtu.M.lneoln Dixon, Dc-i- .; parently there are a number nf questions along this lino which canuot definitely as a result of common observations or there would not bo this wide difference of opinion. Having these facts lu mind, the Mis sotirt agricultural experiment station lu UkJO undertook en Investigation for the purpose of determining if ussllilc somo of the principles upon which practical methods of raising dairy cons should bo bared. It "as thought that by rnLslug dairy heifer lu the I'uUerstty of Missouri herd under dlf. ferent conditions and keeping full rec urds from birth tiutll tho ou had been possible In milk two years It would $45. to come to homo more definite cuiicluPens produce l,8dl pounds, druwlug hIoii regarding the possible liitlileniu of on tho bank to the extent of $2, nud the treatment when young tho fu give the fanner clear $t0 to the turo usefulness of the animal fordstry acre. Carrots yield 1,108 pounds, xvlth purposes. expenditure of $17 worth of plant from the Tho general conclusion margin of $H1 to thc work of the Missouri agricultural food, nud show Rye nlTonls au output of l.Sl'l station InxestlgntloiiN Is that pounds of nutrients nt n cost of $10 to t Is posMble t lnlluence the rate of tho soli nud furnishes u profit of $2U. growth, size when lunturo and lo A crop of crimson clover wlthdruws BOmo extent by the liberality of tho the land hardly mom than oue- tlon during tho growing 'rlial and nt twentieth of the quantity of valuable, the ago of first calving. WIII1I11 limits consumed by timothy. material the norof variation, .even far The greatest of nil starch producers mal, tho character of the ration with Is the Jerusalem urtlchoke, which in reference to amount of nutrients hii this respect Is uwuy iihead of tho po-- j,Hed does not ciert uuy nppns bible tuto. For each acre of land It yields effect upon the milking function of f nutrients than t10 a greater quantity Wu. inature." C. II. I'.ikles, tho potato by considerably more than Missouri Kxiioilment Station, 'Hie beet ciimcs next to tho nrtlchoke ns n starch producer, then j Oalrving and Fertility. tho potato and next In order Indian A farm used for dairy purposei does corn. not need to lose In fertility mid may lie used for dutrylug almost IndefiniteDrainage Is Crop Insurance. ly, tin n well managed dairy farm drainage Is one of tho most Tile practically all tho feed grown Is martain forms of crop Insuiiinco In mi far keted through the cow. Concentrated is it can uiotect against tho injury protein feeds aro usually purchased to ca,m. oy e.xiieiuu . urj ladanco the ration. TIicm. fc.sls con says the AmerK-i..-. Agrlcultmlst. Soils .M1(wllUBeof tetlUUlug In ,u"1 Bredlcnts. aud tho manure from tho 11 eggs showing tint of any colof, l White eggs bar. Ing n dull are preferred. Kgg slmuM Is- of a medium ahnde n though It ! slight. Tho color should bu uniof brown, form over the entire shell. L'ulform-ll- y Is more luiirtnnt than the of color exact shade of color. Write and brown egg should nut he-- marketed together Dirty nud stalmsl eggs, although newly laid and of good sire and In- 1 ss USM W jtapasH F ACCIUENTuk SICKNESS SHOULD SUDDENLY STRIKE IS THE DUCT0R ? ? J BH I HOW FAR ferior quality are hIwhjh Tho filth soon Into n partial Ins, j un eggshell Is very xruiis, and any wllh which It conies lu contact find Its way through the shell the egg, Cgg which are only slightly Htnlncd or soiled may ts In the lower grades, but very dirty egg should never I1 sent to market. A few dirty and stained egg In a largo lot Injure the sale nml lowers the market value of the entire lot Ventilate the Poultry House. While warm quarters and co.uforta bio surroundings are desirable for win. tering stock, care should v taken to provide for plenty of ventilation (tf ag-ili- t ten precaution the w Inter wind lead to a lack of ulr cirvulntloit, which fosters dlseiiM- - genua. Venllla - itc'com-plodietlon. honeier, ahould tint by leaving n door or window open ut any ilinc. but may bo done proerly by substituting muslin for window glass. ThN will allow a, ' complete nml continuous diffusion of j tho foul air out nud I lie puiu air Into' tho burn. Clean white muslin will let In nearly as much light even vthen over a glus. It will at the frosted same tluio mnLu an Ideal ventilator. I 1111 11 to With a telephone In your home he Is in the next room. This means promptassistance, relief from pain, life saved. Arc you going to let another day go by without a telephone in your home? Why takes chances? Thc cost is trifling thc service to Drop a card today to you-priccless., BASTJN TELEPHONE COMPANY 1 I ,.. d. and have a representative call and tell you how little it costs to have a telephone in your house. Farm Journal Wistern Electric guarantee Kentucky Congressmen elected: First District A. r: '"", s? sst issrr. v::, longer season making 11 "yw ' "'"' u r, , nud n moro I"""1 ' ' Third District R. Y, Thomas, I). Vestal.. Rap.; NJatb, Fred S. Purncll, Fourth District- - Hen Johnson, 1). Hep.! s Tenth, '.Will . Wood. Itep.; Fifth District Swagar Sherlcy. I). Eleventh, Mfltori Kiaiiss, Rim,; Rouso. Ttjfth. '.Lewis V, Falrchlld. Hep.; i Sixth District A. J.II.Campbell Dem.CanThlrt.fenth, Hciiry A. l!a;rha,t. Dem. Seventh District ' trill, Dem. Doubtful. Eighth District Harvey Helm, D. Nluth Dlstrict-- W. J. Flels, ipem. BALLOT THIRTt EN IS Tenth District John W. Laugley, LUCKY FOR HUGHES Rep. New York. Nov. 8. Charles K. Klevouth District Caleb Powers, R. Hughes cast his vole lu a small ballot was No. 13. LUNUWUHTH WIN8. When his attention was called to In the First Ohio District, Con this the candidate said: "Thirteen gresnman Nicholas l.ongworth, Repub was his lucky number." of Colonel Theodore "And I was born on Friday, too," Itcan, son Roosevelt was reelected. he addeat. D. ?'ComtocJ;, Rep.; s'eventh, .Merrill Moores. Hop.; Eighth. 'Albert I). Ro;.; Sixth. Second District Dem. W. llarkley. D. I). II, Klncboloe, ' workulilo soil. In curly spring the oll that Is well drained with tllo Is In shnHi for tlllngn much earlier and also after rains It Due to thc dries off moru inpldly, mellowness of tho toll when It Is well Pointer For Dairymen. lu bulldluit up 11 dairy herd the fun. drained dry wasous hiivo lesg tcrlous rtimentiil principles In the order of effects 011 It than 011 tho other which tholr Imiiorlance nre feeding, breeding, U hard and which ullowa rapid erap. oration. tare and selection. Peas Tor the Hsn Ration. Where peas can Im grown Micctafu. ly thuy should bo qull vxteuslte. ly as it poultry fcsnl. They are richer In protein I hit any of our common cereals. They conlulii twice tho qnan tlty of protein that corn contains ami 011 that account lire worth more iound for pound than corn or whent. 11 TELEPHONES jou best. service., , I Profit In Cows. Selling grains and other crops from tho farm means selling soil fertility or plant food. No soli ,n grow crops year after year Iu --C reaching tho l'olt "llcri dcpletlc' U felt. When nliuoJ. and milk pnsMjcts aro sold from tho farm only a jmall portion of tho plant food Is sold. Feed Linseed Meal Lightly. In close proximity t linseed oil mill linseed meal run usually bo purchased at prices that render It profitable to feed. It cotitabis over SO ih.t cent pro-tcl- n nml mini or less oil. It makes an excellent addition to tho mash food, but It should not be heavily fed. 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