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THURSDAY AFTERNOON, NOVEMBER 16. 1916. - NUMBER 33. a'1 iji! i 1 .a; Don't Wait fonheRush I Get Your SAUSAGE MILLS, LARD PRESSES AND BUTCHER KNIVES 19! NOW WHERE? 5 I CONN j BROS. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. i Pamts- 1 All Kinds. 1 All Sizes. Window Glass McRoberts Drug Store YOU NEED A FLASH LIGHT TOO. S OIID 1 2 W CANNED ... MFW I INF OF Irvine Turpin, the colored chauffeur, e Mr J. K. Cornn In erecting a while driving the car owned by W. II. Ijack of the telephone Krnge llurton, was exhoneratcd from blame by a coroner jury, for running over and killing McKen Irvine, a ten Jenr old Quality ami service first. Try our boy at Hedgeville last week. The tea Hudson, (lour, feed and field seeds. tlmony showed clearly that it was an Hughes & Farnau. unavoidable accident. Turpin was re leased. Lost: Gold bar iin, with "Patsy Kin nalnl" tneraved on hack. lteturn to w. c. this office and Ret reward. The National W. C. T. U. Convention Cremo Dairy Feed is best for your meets In Indianapolis Friday the 17th cows. It is a balanced ration of merit In 1879 when Indianapolis was "Hostess sate by HuJson, Hughes & Farnau For State" of the National Convention, The C. W. if. M. Auxllllary, Division Frances K. Willard was elected I'reai No. 1, will have b l'arcel Post Auction dent. The Christian people of all do nominations are rejoicing over the at Court House, Thursday Dec. 14th. spiritual mikI moral uplift the city will Genuine Kanawha Salt does not hard receive from this great gathering of teat for curing meat christian women. en In the barrel, For sale by Hudson, Hughes & Farnau, WATCH OUT. Wilson'i election in a measure, over The way of the transgressor will be shadowed that of Judge Frisbie of the Police Court, but he got there all the hard if they are found hunting on any of the farms which are posted. These same. public spirited men are determined to The Circle Girls will hold their annual protect the pheasants and the few reGoose Supper, Novemlier 21th. They maining quail in this section. The will appreciate a call, from you to have places and names of owners of posted n plate reserved. land ara found in tnis paper each week and there is no excuse for anyone nut LOST:-- At the depot in Lancaster, knowing. Tuesday night, a tan suit ense with Keward if returned to Dr. umbrella. KENTUCKY MAGAZINE. It. C. Itose. or this nllice. The first issue of the Kentucky Tuesday was the coldest day we have Magazine, the publication which is to had this season, It made us think of present what is best in Kentucky made "hog killing" and Hangs Landrams its appearance last wetk. The magafamous recipe for sausage. zine, which bears the imprint of Lexington and Louisville, treats of the re Gov, Hiram Johnson, in n statement sources, institutions, material, moral isiued recently, charges that pettv and educational progress, the character politicians who pictured Hughes as a and achievements of Kentucky men reactionary caused the Republican de- and women, and the great possibilities feat in California. of the state's future development. The Some of the owners of l'osted land complimentary copy sent this office showed the magazine to be a work of became very much excited this week when they heard hunters were on their art from every standpoint. farms. A horseback rider and runner NIMRODS SCARCE. were dispatched to the scene of action at once and if the guilty parties had Owing possibly to the fact that so been found well watch and see what many of the farms in Garrard county will be done with them. are Misted, in order to preserve the pheasants that are being propagated LOSES FINE COW. so successfully, that only sixty hunters license have been issued liy County Mr. N. II. Cheatham had the misfor Clerk Hamilton during the year. tune to lose a valuable milk cow last More than twice this many were isSunday from the effects of eating paris sued last yaar and about the same numgreen, left carelessly around his meat ber the year before. Hunters are house. He tells us she was well worth warned not to hunt on any of the farms one hundred dollars. posted, the names and owners of which can be seen in every issue of the Record W. C. T. U hand-nmK-p- See "Three Weeks" Ii anil 10 cenl. at the Hex TURPIN EXONERATED. mm LLKSEaEaE&aELvEaEaaaEaEl aSSEfBfaiaKlaafaiaKiaTLaiB FuToIention. As ONE Sun Honrs .Tho Caloric way is Nature's way-m- ost sensible, economical and healthful. No unsightly, expensivo pipes and flues to cause fire danger, waste heat and clutter the cellar The absence of pipes prevents overheating tho cellar, hence produce is not spoiled. Its great hcatradiation will save you t least 359b of your fueL JUDGE F. P. FRISBIE. liitii-n In our enthu.iH.in and over the re election of President Wilson, we failed to mention in our last issue, the election of Judge F. P Frisbie as Police ONE Register Heats Your Entire House fhn FnhVo c v.. Mtkaoc a IMM MARK Judge for the city of Lancaster, for the term ending December 31st 1917. Judge Frisbie was appointed by Gov ernor Stanley Inst spring to succeed Judge Prather who had resigned. lie is making a splendid lecotd on the bench and is putting the screws to every violator of the law, the boot-leger in particular. The fact that hi had no opposition either in the primary or the final election, is evidence con' elusive of his popularity and his com petrncy to fill this important judgeship. 7be.o are lureo rcisrmi for .Ms btj savlnp. 1st, Tho warm reaches your rooms by nature's direct method of circulation aad there arcair pipes to no absorb or resist the belt 2nd, Our double ribbed f ircpot and specially pat- - The Originnl Patented Pipcless Furnace V"" burnlnc of the fuel and a muchiiicci enmnusuon, inuj thorough greater healing surface. insuring 3rd, Our epviiauy rjn.iiieu inpie casing, insuiaicd villi two air spaces, prevents any heat from radiating Into the basement This Is the only successful, patented, furnace and no other furnace can claim these three big features. This means that you ectall tho heat fron jour fuel. ruttheCato!!3PlpelcssFurr.accin your houso r.cd gie It a fair uiai. i;s3uccf.iiui operation imp. f Sold Under Guarantee QUARTERLY MEETING At The Methodist Church. The Caloric iff pot I. euano- - W ireu ioc n e yean Dy ill and by thi tTavV- Thrt MngllorStotcft tejA' Han ire Co.. Cincinnati. O. bee lLi sX c'' y fili'tl--l- n ,U W Vfl The first Quarterly Meeting for the Conference year will be held at the Lancaster Methodist Church, Saturday evening and Sunday, November 18th and 19th. Rev. C. II. Greer, the Pre siding Elder, will preach Saturday evening at 7 o'clock and Sunday morn ing at 11 o'clock. The sacrament of the Lord's Supper will be administered Sunday morning. Everybody is invited to these services. The Quarterly Conference will be Every official held Sunday at 2 p. m. member is urged to be present at this Quarterly Conference. r. u. t'aimeter, t'astor. tEbook. Vit Uopolrlnn IIUOCIUCII Drno UlUdi 3m POUND. m feMl ; vv 3 ISPANISH CAKE. RAISIN ANNUAL FRIDAY third-annu- GOOSE SUPPER 24th. New Store, We are now located In oar new store and are better prepared than ever before to NIGHT, NOVEMBER GOODS are now In our store. None Better Few as Good Our prices have not been Increased although v. ,j .. n ti mere iuaa u uiy uccii a ku auvaiikc i111 111c uiainci. Mi DAVIDSON & TOMLINSON. O'HEARN. "Woman and Citizenship", with Mrs Currey as the leader, was ably discussed Mrs Thomas O'Hearn died at her at the Union Saturday afternoon. The home on the Lexington road at an women are studying along that line so early hour Tuesday mornjng. when the privilege is granted they that Her death was very sudden, dying will be intelligent voters. of rheumatism of the heart before a doctor could reach her. She was a lovely christian woman and had reared a splendid family. Beside her husband One large heavy automobile rug, she is survived by ten living children, green on one side and black on the other. four girls and six boys who have the 5g Lost on Uroaddus lirancli. between tenderest sympathy of the community. "C Hackley and Drowning Ilros, Nov, 8th Funeral services were held at the home lteturn to this office and receive reward this morning by Rev. II. Schulte, of or notify T. II. Stapp, Lexington Ky Richmond, after which interment took & care of Islington Herald. place in the Lancaster cemetery. WILSON'S LEAD INCREASES. As the count progresses in California, Wtlirh fa V.rV atnw unit nmnv f.mntiua yet to report, Wilson's lead increases I: I... bvu una, Tl... - ...... ! Wi me tuunk in tiiiiinrBuia has also increased Huuhes vote in that Rtnti,. Imliriatmna ara nntu that .Via the Republicans will have a small majority in the House. k The goose supper will be given by the "Circle Girls" of the city at the room over the Rex Theater, Friday night of next week. This de lightful occasion is looked forward to with much interest, for beside the goose a splendid menu is always served and at the nominal price of onlv fifty cents a plate. Something over fifty plates have already been spoken for. but the ladies will be well prepared to serve 100 and are expecting that many at least. The menu is as follows; dressing gravy Goose Apple Sauce Chicken Salad Potato chips Pickle Cranberries Jelly Celery Scolloped Oysters Rolls Coffee Muffins r o m o O serve our customers. We appreciate your patronage and will endeavor to please you. r o z Cfl m Theo Currey. 'OJ-SIHdHI- c 00 z See Border of "Ad" for Names of Cakes. m GEESE AND MORE GEESE CHRISTMAS SHIP United S'ates Will Send Food And Cloth WlinHd 3103HO uauai 1. 2. . I 2 OLD HICKORY WAGON RunsLighter-LastsLonger 9 I One of the largest droves of geese seen in this section for several years, passed thru the public square last Tues day mondng, being driven from the farm of Walton Moss, where they had been fattened for the poultry dealers, tlailey and Moss. There were 1804 geese in the drove and it was a curiosity not often seen anywhere and of course AT ROMAN'S OPERA HOUSE attracted much attention. They were sold to Richmond parties The famous Grand Opera Star, Ger- - and were driven through the country, a aldinc Farrar, in the picturization of distance of twenty-fiv- e miles, where the immortal materpeice "CAItMKN", thev will be slaughtered for the eastern in C parts, at ltomans Opera House, markets. tonight, Thursday. Its wonderful. Set- it. Admission 5 and 10 cents. BEETS THAT BEAT Tomorrow night, Friday, Miss Ilillie Hurke in tho most fascinating'serial of THE BEATER. the day, "GLORIA'S ROMANCE". See the 1st installment. Mrs. Will Palmer brought to this 17 lbs office five beets which weighed Wonder who raised the lurgest potatoes MORE MULE SALES. and cabbage in the county. Good mules are still selling well in this county and are in good demand. 9ANVILLET0 REALLY Some of the sales here this week were mado by local farmers. Mr. Taylor HAVE A HOTEL. House Bold a nice pair to W. 1!. llurton for $420. Robert Fox sold three six The Danville Advocate states that year old mare mules to llright and Fox, tho asbestos roof has just been put on for ICOO, and James Royston u pair to the hotel and that plastering has comsame parties for $380. llright and Fox menced. It also ata'ea the thirJ tloor also sold a dandy 3 year old team to will be finished and ready tor occupancy Pence Ilrotliera for $430. in rbout three weeks. What we are interested in is the first floor where one can get something to eat. DEMOCRACY ing To The Starring Armenians ,i America's Christmas Ship to foreign lands, which this year will bo the Navy 1 collier and Caesar or u collier of thi j same type, is being relined by the Gov ernment for carrying food supplies to destitute Syrians and Armenians. It 5 will leave New York December 1, car i rying a capacity cargo of foodstuffs and new clothing for Ileirut, Syria, from which port relief will be distributed by American Red Cross and Red Crescent agents, aided by United States consuls and missionaries. As a necessary preliminary to tin sending of the Christmas Ship arrange ments are being made for collections in the churches of the entire country Thanksgiving Day, the receipts of which will be used in completing the cargo. Tho ship will carry 000,000 pounds of rice, 'JOO.OOO pounds of lima beans. 400,000 ouiids of crushed wheat, 1!, 100,000 pounds ot whole wheat, 500-00- 0 pounds of sugar, 1,000 cases of condensed milk for children, 10,000 barrels of Hour. 50,000 gallons of petroleum and 'JS.OOO gallons or cotton seed oil. cccrv rrr ptjv,uuu. .. o . . )jiua acr rrr puu,uu'j, oui i STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. I'ay your bills by check, and have your wife pay her bills by check Never lend an et.r to schemes. 3. Follow some system in saving Do not be haphazard about It. 4. Kent a safe deposit box for your valuable papers. 5. Make free use of the service we oirer. 6. Teach the child the value ct money by giving them an allowance. 7. Meet your friends at this bank for transacting important business ' 'We Citizens II. F. HUDSON. President. W. O. P.icnkv. Ass't Cash'r OF LANCASTKH, National Bank KY. Joe J. Walkek. Jr., Lashier. -- J. J. WALK EH, Vice I'rest. W. F. GUAM.', i 31 IEZZZ3 I II II II IE WARNING FOR HUNTERS. AND TAMMANY Five times as many used as any other wagon. Our prices are right. Sold by In 1912 William J. llrvan drove Tam many Hall out of the Ilaltimoie convention, and without tho supiwrt of New York State, nominated a candidate who was neither obligated nor subservient to its malign inlluence, says the Elizabethtown News. In 1916 Woodrow Wilson has been 1 W. J. EOMANS president of the United States without the vote of New York state, and in face of the treachery of Tammany Hall. They have been put out of the Dem ocratic party like Christ drove the r from the Temple, and all honor to. William J. Bryan and Woodrow Wilson who do not want a Presidential bargain made on Wall Street a terms. Money-change- J. Quincy Ward, Executive Agent of the Kentucky Game and Fish Commission, has sent out posters with instructions to the hunters of the State. The hunting season will open November 15 and the instructions are intended to accomplish much in the preservation of LOUD LUMBERING AND the game of Kentucky, The poster, which warns against hunting without a HEAVY CANNONADING. license, contains the following"Don't": Lancaster and Garrard county Demo- Don't shoot without a license; don't crats had a big celebration last Friday buy or sell quail; don't hunt olf your night that started about seven o'clock own land without a license; don't wait and continued until well up in the night. until November 15 to buy your hunter's The public square was crowded with license do it now; don't kill more than enthusiastic men, women and children. twelve quail in one day; don't shoot Roman candles and balloons played squirrels after December 16; don't quite a part and the heavy firing of the shoot, buy or sell any rabbits before ) anvils could be heard for ten miles. It November 15; don't kill English or na-- . was certainly a noisy bunch, especially tive pheasants, wild turkeys or wook-cocdon't kill all the quail of a covey the boys, numbering several hundred leave some tor seed; don't forget to that marched through every street, with their Kan, Rah' that showed that feed the birds during the winter; don't J they were well equipped with good fail to notify your local warden or this department of those who violate the law. cheer leader. COMING FRIDAY Rex Theatre Picturization of the Famous Novel THREE Admission 31 II IL-- WEEKS. A guaran- Coming direct from NEW YORK. teed attraction. 5 and 3 10 r ii Cents. ii U JI if i The Central Record, Thursday Nov 16 1916 THE FM.L CLEANUP, 61 MAMt THE IMPLEMENT SHED. e nlt FARMER'S COLUMN helaff tine heailiiiittt lor tne eicln-Ifof onr lurmt r iiliicrllxra, nnil la (or the aale ot alock, Rtain And each thine on term aa the larmrr cannot attonl to miter-ttae- . No notice will he aecepird otrr four linn, a n,1 hrnntfln tan Uailra nt Hie eroen. free ot charge The tnlnct firm of this old reliable remedy mokes it possible for you to check any illness nt the very onset It is n safeguard against roughs, colds and other catarrhal conditions, no matter vhat symptoms ire minlfest Catarrh Is an inflammation of the mucous mcmbmne that lines the breathing apparatus and the digestive apparatus. I'ERUNA relieres catarrli. In tablet form it is EVER READ Y-T- O TAKE Its prompt action makes tt invaluable for men and women exposed to sudden changes in the weather or compelled to be out In slush end rain. It will also be found most satisfactory as a tonic following an attack of illness. Too many farmers, progressive In most respect", who raise orchard fnil H do not practice having n thorough nml general cleaning up of the orchard licforc winter closes In. Brush pile, heaps of leaves, rubbish along the fence rows and tinn!n!!e fruit are nllowed to remain In the orchard until spring before being burned or ofhenvl.e disposed of. Nearly nil the Insect pests that ninko trouble for the orchard owner take nthnntngo of c cry thing In the nnture of rubbish In which to spend the inter. Time spent Into In the full clearing everything that will harbor Injects Is n profitable fight when the enemy Is taken at n disadvantage. l'ann and Fireside. Prom now on till next spring most of the Implements of cultivation will iiot'he nod nor will Ikj planters. The place for them and for nil Implements not In use every day Is under the shed. Why? What does n man work fort Implements cost money, lliposure to the elements causes them to rust, warp and decay. When they are gone more work must Ik done to get more money to buy more Implements, when Just n little work and n lltNc enro at the right time would have made them hist n sear or two or threo longer. SPM ue TIE LAND OF THE SOUTH IS SUCCESS For Sale-Fi- ve BulT Plymouth Rock R. E. Henry. roosters, $! P0 each. ,rl FOR SAI.E-T- wo Fresh and young. good milk cows, Robt. Ilurnside. ADVANCING. For Sale or Rent 11 ncics of improved land. J. W. Sanders, Judson Ky. FOR SALE-Sev- en shouts, weight about ft) pounds. W. II. Griggs ,R. R. 'i, Lancaster. boar. CONTROL OF GRAIN INSECTS.' The South is advancing more rapidly today than any other section of this country. Farm land values there are lower than they will ever be again and they will advance or increase faster than in any other part of the United States. CARRY A BOX wtif rf vf r you flo. Trvelt and othe m com pellfd totake lout drives la th cold and anyone whoe occupation iubjeeU Mm to thedanCerof uddPOcold marus It as a with the assurance that the tablet made are from the aame formulary 41 yeats of ait he liquid mrdidoe with lt Public. iuccrss before the American Tt Fcrama C mptt, CotrnV, OW TEATERSVILLE Miss Jessie II. Kay was a visitor o Miss Inez Itav from Friday until Mon day. Mr Kemp Walker and family were the miests of Mr Kirby Teater and family Sunday. Mr Walker llradshaw and family upri visitors of Mr Thomps Hill and family. Sunday. Flour in sacks or barrels. It is guar anteed to please you or money hack. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau, Mr and Mrs E. I. Grow and family and Mr and Mrs S. T. Hoover spent Sunday in Nicholasville and Wilmore. Mr and Mrs Earl Lone .Mr land Mrs Jesse Lone, Mr and Mrs Emmet Lone, Mr and Mrs Walter Grow and Messrs Nick and Chester SchooU r visited Mr. D. N. Lone. Sunday. Buckeye. Georce Ray bought of J. W. King, a horse for $115. Born to the wife of Oscar Itav a son November 9th. Born to the wife of V'm May a girl November 12th. Robert Lone bought of Bradford Bur dette a cow for $30. Mm Hicks of Brodhead is with her brother Mr Harrison Hay. Parson Sebastian sold to Luther Kan ey 13 shoats at $2. a head. Kobt Lone bought of Clayton I'reston one pair of mules for $240. Mrs It. W. Sanders entertained quite a number at dinner Sunday. the Mr Talbert Jenkins of Newbv was week-enguest of Miss Her Hill LOS- T- Big white hound bitch, "Jos- ture and experiment station, reports Fruits and Vegetables Should Be Stared considerable Injury to grain In the bin, epn K. hmltli, raycttevllle. lenn., on collar. Woods Walker. Paint Lick, Kv For Home Consumption. especially to seed wheat, this fall. The He prepared to meet the high unI of way to prevent such Injury, acbet WANTED One big type Poland living by Jtorlng fruit inul vegetables cording to Mr. Iladley, Is to fumigate China boar, weight TS to l'J.'i lbs. now, Is the advice of M. 1'. Abeam, the bin with carbon bisulphide. Tills S. E. Hammock, Paint Lick, Ky. professor of landscape gardening In chemical tuny usually lie purchased at the Knuns .Slate Agricultural college. drug stores. FOR SALE-- A few choice barred "Do not pay winter prices for fruits Tho following directions for use nro nud vegetables," said Professor Ahcam, outlined: The bin should be made, as rock hens at 75c ench, if taken at once. ,,.,,,,,. About one Mrs Taylor House It. 1U, Stanford.Ky "when by n simple reorganization of h1. the cellar or some digging in the gar IHHind of the sulphide. Is necesnry fur For Sale- - A lot of good locust Posts. den storage room can lie provided for each 100 cubic feet of space. The liqthe preservation of large quantities of uid should be pouted Into one or more J. G. Conn this class of food. shallow dishes nnd ptaccd on top of tho R. F. I), no Lancaster, Kv. "If the fruit shrivels or becomes grain. The bin then be closed spongy ami uecnys tne rauit in most j Hgimy Lost Monday, Oct Itlth between nllowed to fumigate from cases can be traced to the storage (twenty-fouhours. The Stanford and Lancaster, a black heifer, to thlrty-slroom ami may be corrected wholly or fumes will penetrate the grain, killing weighing about 000 or 700 lbs. Liberal In part. The cellar must bo well von any Insects procnt. reward. B. G. Gover Mated If fruit Is to be kept success' If the grain In the bill Is quite deep R. F. I), no 2. Lancaster Ky. fully for nny length of time. Tempera-turIt Is a good plan to Insert pieces of and humidity nro factors quite ns ens pipe, each with n stick lnlde. ee For nice youngredcows Important as ventilation. The best down Into the grain nt various points. Dunn Bros, Marksbury Ky. temperature for fruit Is 33 degrees or The stick is then withdrawn nnd nlmilt n llttlo above. pint of the carbon blsul For Rent for the yenr 1917. a house "It Is not well to allow much fluctua- phldc poured Into the pipe. tion lu the temperature. In the farm Call. ui bisulphide Is liitlaiiimnble; and 15 acres of grass, and 20 acres to cellar uniformity of temperature Is heme It Is absolutely necessary to b put in wheat. J. F. Conn, maintained by means of Tcntllatlou, keep lighted cigars, lantern", etc., well w bleb, should be watched ehuely. away from the building lu which fu- R. F. 1). no 1 Lancaster, Ky. "Apples may be packed either In bar- nd .ritlmi Is taking place. One should FOR SALE-I- S Plymouth Rock roost rels or In boxes. Tho preference Is ii"t Inhale the fumes of the ihcmlcnl. ers, $1.00 each if taken now. usually given to the boxes. In he cae .it they may cniite sickness. Provided fumigation Is not continued Annie Stone, Bourne. Ky. of apples that nre to be kept for a con t hours the sldernblc time It Is a good plan to wrap miicer than pagrain will not quality of the each one separately in u piece of This One Limps. '' Injured. per." Children often puzzle out a matter Favorable conditions ot moisture and a long time without asking an explatemperature are obtained by burylus - Iinrii A Trap Neet. nation. I.I had n pet thicker, the fruit In pits, points out Professor This Is nn Illustration of a trap nest, which was n (Tipple, hitting Inul Us Abeam. To prevent npplcs tasting of not n guillotine. It Is designed to help toes frozen otT. nnd its name got to be tho earth they should bo placed In the poultry breeder to llnd out his good "I.iimey." For years Horn wondered boxes, barrels or other containers lajers and to keep jiedlgrees It Is what connection there was between which keep them from direct contact very simple. It may be nttached to this pet nnd her nightly prujer. "Now with the soil, or the pit may he lined the under side of the dropping hoard, I my me down to sleep." Christian with lioards. with the front facing the pen and ar- Herald. Storage requirements for vegetables ranged so that It can bo easily removdiffer widely. Tho sweet potato and ed. The dropping board will then be the squash nre kept successfully only the roof of the nest. Sad Commentary. when the temperature Is high and conOne of the saddesi commentaries Tho rear of nest may be of wlro for stant and the humidity U low. Itiiot tho sako of tcntllatlou. If the nest Is mi the intelligence nt the musses we , cros and cabbage can best be stored placed on the wall, slats or wire should know of Is (lie way an j lu pits. For storing cabbage In this bo Inserted from the front of the nest voclferant, oerslzi-Iunge- d candidate i manner the heads nre pulled with the for Mime iiiiNirtuut olllee or ulber can roots nnd leaves attached and placed go iielloulug iirouuil the state and get upsldo down. Uarth Is placed on the uwiiy with almost half the electorate pllo until tho plants, including the nt the tcry lowest estimate. (.,oluuiroots, are entirely covered. bus (O.) Journal. I 1 r WINTER STORAGE. Pennsylvania Experiment Station Furnishes Some Timely Advice. C. II. Iladley, Jr., In charge of entomology extension at the Pennsylvania State college school of agricul- For Sale: Yearling Poland China Large tjpe and registered. W. S. Embry. South Georgia Time Payments. Our terms are easy 'a The land in South Georgia which I am selling is fine fertile land, well drained, has wonderful climate, splendid railroad facilities, good schools and churches. Two and three crops each year are grown and practically anything that grows anywhere in the United Stales can be grown there with great success. ,i o Sale:-Thr- $5.00 per acre cash, balance one, two and three years. Prices are from $12.00 to $35.00 Per Acre. land--- If forty-eigh- Write me about going to see this never regret it. Address 1 It- you will look it over, you will buy and you will empty-lieiided- M. R Singleton, Care Central Record. The Strap ae a Jar Opener. Unscrewing the tops of Jars Is a slm de operation with the aid of n shawl The Womans Missionary Society will or belt strap. The strap cannot slip, meet Friday afternoon at 2;30 o'clock because the harder It Is pulled the harder It grips the Jar If the main Miss Her Hill was given a surprise narty bv a number of her friends on Wednesday evening. Root Long sold to Floyd Reynold; two cows at 4 cents lb, and two heifers at 5J cents per lb. The many friends of Mr Harrison Ray are glad to know that he Is much better at this writing. A surprise birthday dinner was given Mrs Allen Sebsstian at her home last Thursday of last week. Dr I'rintus Walker of Cincinnati returned home Monday after it visit to Mr and Mrs Robt Long. Cremo Dairy Feed is best for your cows. It is a balanced ration of merit. For sale by Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mr. and Mrs Crede Simpson were given a "miscellaneous shower" by their friends Monday evening at the part of the Jar can bo held to with stand the pull of the strap tlio most obstinate coicr will bavo to capitulate YWicro tho ordinary types of Jar open ers do not lit, tlie strap Is an effective biihstltute. -- Popular Science Monthly. to the wall at u sharp augle to pre-tou- t the lien from roosting on the nest When she enters the nest the hen's back raises tho door, which releases tho catch and allows the door to shut. Tho catch should bo set so that Its edgo Just holds the door, tho iosItioii being regulated by a screw or nail at tho lower InMile edgo of the catch. A washer on the screw will prevent It Tho guard around the from sticking. catch holds the nesting material away. Tho nest should be vMted frequently to release the hens. Popular Science Monthly. Mora Llvo Stock Needed. Tho population of tho United (States has Increased by 1M,0)0,00( peoplo In the last fifteen j ear's, nnd tho number of liccf animals has decreased 0,000,0 M aud sheep 10,kn,(i0, whllo hogs have Increased only H.OtrO.OuO. ALL jtLiection is ie t i i OVER. 11,1 0 0 9 9 home of Mr and Mrs Will Simpson. Mr and Mrs B. Itav, Misses I'eachie Inipronlmj Potato Seed. Mae Sanders, Leota Ray, and .Messrs The WKcuuslu experiment station. among others, hns been giving special Emmet Uroaddus, Jim and Clyde Sanders were the guests Sunduy of Mr attention to potato seed Improvement and of late jcars Is showing tbat pro-e- r aid Mrs Hubert Carter. htornqe of ktock Is Just in lin lortant in tho improvement of Stumping the Agent. "or several jcars tho innlii effort vn "I tell you," wild the real estate o dtundnrdlzo tho leading commercial ngent. "there u liner residence ik iotato inletleH grown In the Mate elnpment on earth than till". Jut The number of ilio iimt approved valook nt the wonderful seiner.)'." 'The rieties has been reduced to tlx, Kmo conery Is nil right." replied tin- - uiiiti of which give best results under tho vim was looking fur n home. 'Tim llffercnt varying conditions or climate only trouble Is thcio'f tog mwli tf it and toll In different sections of the between here mid the elty," ntate. When holding the seed stock for sup. plying growers lu tho spring wllh Improved seed It was found by tho station expert that the seed loit much of Its vuluo through tho effect of Improper storago conditions. To niaku suro of good and safo storugo n cellar was built lu a well drained hillside. Tho walls and roof of this cellar aro of concrete construction. Itoth walls and roof wero then lined with lumber, which proWded an nlr ipnco of one and one-hal- f Is THE proper thing luchcK. This cellar, with u storage (or a lady or gentlerapacity of :).' bushels, has now man to present nowaU'cn In use for threo years and has now over anai we are aosoiuteiy 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 BARN WISDOM. Engraved Visiting Card days, when making calls. A Neatly fclveu excellent tutlsfuctlon. where: daiubrel roofs glto worn room for hay than do gable roofs. This Is nn Impoitaut point to consider. Tho burn should have Its length run noi th uud south If tho largest amount of direct sunlight Is to bo let Inside. Itvctnngulur shaped barns aro more satisfactory than touud oucx. Tho location should bo nt least "On feet from tho houo and handy to n well, sheils uud gruunrles. Dralnugo is necessary If tho stock Is to bo kept healthy. Onercto Is the best product than can be used for tho foundation. ground floor uud wall of the burn. Ilulld the barn largu enough to meet futuro needs and to permit tho bans illlng of tho minimum capacity of tho farm, If tho new barn Just holds tho stock at time of building another bum will probably bo needed soon. "Hum I'nr Wisconsin Dairy Parma" is tho title of n iiuvv bulletin Issued by tho Wisconsin experiment station. The following coiui-- cl applies most uuj AND OTHER OUTBUILDINGS. AND DOOR YOUR DOORS, DOOR HANGERS YOUR CISTERN TOP, HINGES, FOR SAME, PUMPS AND PARTS 9 YOUR CELLAR DRAIN TILE, NEW BARN STALLS AND MANGERS. 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. Come and see what a beautiful line o( samples we have and get our prices (or 50 or more. CENTRAL RECORD Treat Virtue With Honor. Tho greuteut olTeiiMi ngiilnst virtue U to speuU III ngalust it. lluzlltt. Little Nutrition in Oysters. Ktutzvr multitulns Unit It takes 14 oysters to coutuln us much nourishment us one egg. mid 'SSI to equul a pound of beef, suya tho new York Medlcul Journal. And their cost Is triple that of beef. 0 Jafferson Schco! AivtvatufclPUuritisUlillUrrtJ L::v 9 L I. lrirw lr Ura ta l !. LauiJum.ii.m ixilt liuwtuna rCNNCBAKEK, j1 f T' LiiL-vu)- :, " ,. 4 Hervey & Woods Paint Lick, Kentucky. ELLIOTT Sec'?, L'f. The Central Record, Thursday Nov 16, 1916 In 5 OFFER FOR THIS VISIT ONLY. One Way a FOR THIS VISIT ONLY. Coward, In Another Brave fly WILLARD BLAKLMAN REMARKABLE INTRODUCTORY son, leaving nl nlniut 10 o'clock. At 11 o'clock !enrgu Ilcnkiird pnscd tleii-kiinthe Jnnllur nml unit upalnlr wn n protcgn of Deney'n, anil , alnce I)epy had no ( hlldrcn It nil el. reeled that llenknril would I'C hi heir. 110 wns also engaged to Ivmcj'b favor-Hniece, Allcu liewey. Ten minutes lifter 11 the Jiuillor, who wns nt nome illstancu from the entrance door of tho building, saw n timii pns out whom lie In mukint; this remnrknble olTer of $5,00 plaa.aes for $1 00 a believed to ho llenknril, hut hu wan not well pair, is simply to introduce our aervice in vour community sure, he nnw only liln back, Our CKYSTAK I.KNSKS Imve met na our CUVSTAI. I.KNSKS. mid nt Hint lime of night tho light In with n (treat cucceaa by many people who are now wearing them tho building uiii dim nnilBre meetii( with the aame reaulta wherever they are introAt nihliiluht Hie Janitor milked duced. through the bunding mid, seeing n light 111 Mr Denet M olhi e. slopped mid IK tened. After milting some time nnd hearing no koiiihI (loin nlthlii ho opened tho iilllce I'hmr uml inteied n prlliito hallway on width the .illlci-- of John JieHej Mere lltinicd The tight wns ill Mr. Dewey nilleo The built. ir knocked nnd. not h- - cHIiir uny icply. opened the dour Iheie mit lesllllg iigalnM hi. ,,.,. ,i,.. The poll.e weio .ailed mid found that ho linil I., ni hot In he li.n k him on the ileU mm ii kct of iKHiks of tho unecrii of u lili h he tin. I been I ho head. Thero twit no doubt nt In the Ideu tlty of the murderer, for limrgn Hen- kard wan imt x n again nfler the Jnti- Itor had seen him. or n mnn upoed to l.e he. pav out of the building kborily nfter II o'rlock I I'Jarcllce llobsoii mi Hie only per- on connected nllh l:dnnrt Ieey-- i business capable of managing i, nnd he was appolutiHl hy the court to wind It up This una the lime when bust- I liens on the stock exchange ns That the above oiler of V W) K'n'i'ea for $1.(0 a pair is for ' d on of the pan Kur- thia visit only. Special prices on other daises of Optical work. war. Ilotmon nan lighting n fall- lation KeRiilnr irices will prevail after our first visit to Lancaster. uro the purl of the loueerii he rep. reseulod, and It was Renernlly sti- I Ixwtil that lie would pull It HiroiiRli, We would aak yu not to let our remarkable oirr conflict in vour mind became Dewey bud not iwu currying docks "on n margin." Ida ruMomer with other such oilers that have been made at Drut; Stores and other places belnc leRltlmntn luvrMoia who by men who were not resjiomible nor estallirhrd anywhere nor do they and sold outright. claim to be, as to ourselves, wo are located and ostrblished both. WeKuar- Hut ono day, to the surprhr of all, ' tt was announced that the firm, which still did limbics under the name of Edward Iewey. had fallol Mean-whilIt hail leaked out that Unison uan tecri carrying a coulderabte load i of stocks on Ida own account when tho I auropean war tirtiku out, covering the treat panic of August, UM, AinonK thone who partlclpatil In OF LANCASTER. that war wni nn American who waa erdlMed under the name of Iiouglan lawyer lie Joined the American and waa with the Trench army when It uii drllen back on 1'arla Juat A. R )ENMY. President before the battle of the Mnme He J. E. STORMES. Vice i'res't. t keemed on RettliiR hlmielf klllel, S. C. DENNY, Cashier. but dciplle h!i existing hlnnelf In every malhli war death refuM to rl J. L. (!iu., R. T. -- UIIRV. Asa't Cashier. tHke htm. Inntend of RetthiL' killed he Rot promotiHl. mid In n feu- - months nfler liN eulUtmeiit lia.l leiirheil the rank of major. Then .ndileiily. to the urprle of e YOUR BUSINESS. WE SOLICIT erj one. he tendered Ida rclj.-iuitITill N not ex(vte. J. E. J. II. Posey. Alex R. Dennv, t nil olllcer when Samual 1). Cochran, there l work Mill t be done but ulnce Stormes. S, C. Denny, i. L. Rill. Dr. W. M. Elliott, Directors. Major Snwjer hud dl'tlncuMied him-elfor braiery mid una nn Amerlenu, Ida rolRiinlloii una neeeptial. nnd he left rrniice for merl-i- i On nrrltlni; Miss Lucy Oildiron was the week-en- d GUNNS CHAPEL. he went to a ilhe Minion nnd Riive guest of her parents at Flatwoods. hluiaelf up ii a HenrRp Henkntd. Mrs Sale Hurt is ill. Mr Lee Ibylo made a short visit to The nffnlra of IMuiird Peuey were Miss Jessie II. Ray spent the week- - relatives at Lebanon the past week. iiciiir wound up by n roeelier. A fort- lilcht la.foie. Clnrence Hob hnd end with Miss Inez Ray at Teatersville. Mr Rai mond Cates bad a valuable eoiiimllliMl Hiilelde. nnd the er Mr John McCullev has returned from hid nuiiiniiiM'd n the pmhnli e "HUM' Lexington. He is in n wry critical con cow to get Its leg broken last week. Miss Ella Smith uf bllver Creek is Hint he bud. IxToio Mr. ll.'Uc 't murdition. tier, been visiting her cousin, Mrs Charlie Rogers. In M ks had nnd Chns. Land In en caught III the nr pnnh . mid It . . Mrsibimea 1'rntik . Mr J. II. Davis, wife nnd little son i i. . - i .. ...i una hi. .I..H..I ....i ti nun ii.i'i inii-i- ii i nil' ' iirow were iriicsi oi n amn were guests of Mrs Jim Lee, Sunday. suspension of the IMunrd Henov eon .rilday. Rock, Lime, Sand, Cement, llri'-k- , em Mles Mar) Kurt wid Annie Muy iifiriie lleiikiiul in uli. ilit fiillonlng were guests "of Miss I.eiinn Hollon. Screenings, Etc. Hudson, Hughes & Farnnu. eiphiiuitloii ii to his lllulil Desiring to see .Mr Dewey upon n prlinle mut- Sunilav. Miss Mrytle Ross was the nttrnctive Mr ami Mrs John Irvine Isabel are ter nt once nnd being told tlmt he hud guest of Mrs Frank Hurte gone to his nlllio, Heuknrd fillowcd purentH of a oo. James Wesley, born Monday. her sister. him there IIo found Deitev ilend. lie Nov, 11. Mr James Moore of New by was th reiiiembeiiHl lulling Keen mid been Mr nnd Mrs Robt Walton of Murks-bur- y guest of Mr and Mrs Chas llaiey lust Ken h. the hinllur enleilng Hu- - buildspenlj Hie week end Willi Mr nnd Monday. ing It w ns kntiMii tlmt he Hjis the heir of the murdered mini The two Mrs Ed Dailej. Mr Robt Elliott and biide vpent the r week-en- d fnrts iimllluied n .lo.ir inw of murMisses Zulu Calico nnd Maude with her parents, Mr nnd Mrs der ngnlust him Unlber Ib.iii fine n spent Tueslii) night h. lite Inline of Joe lloain. (lint would miivU nun ngnlnst Mr and Mis I'luvil llumplirev. trinl McMlames Elias llruudeiiburg nnd W him. he wiuibl dike the obloquy of Lime, sand, ceineut, buck, rock II. badler were visiturs In Danville, on tllght nnd fl ml dentil on mill, dismissing Hip rlinnfrriir, entered (lie building. The Janitor, who wna near tlr(. iliKir, xuw him enter nnd go up i ho imilii alriiy. the elevntur not running. A few persons, roInll- doing night work In lliu building, v.eio coming and going till ii lulu hour. The Janitor taw Mr. Dcney' chief rlcrk, Clnrruce Hob. Ono night at 0 o'rlocl: In thr niituuin 1011 Kdwnrd Dcney, n uuilthy hanker and broker, nrrhnt In m Imtcali bcfore his iilllor, nrnr the Slock of $5.00 EYE GLASSES AT $1.00 a PAIR We National Optical Company of Louisville wishes to announce that their Specialist and his Assistant will be in i Lancaster, at Kengarlan Hotel, Monday OUR OBJECT & Tuesday, Nov 27-- 28 AND EVERY NINETY DAYS THEREAFTER. Our Optical Specialist and hu assiitant have had years of experience, so you may rely on them absolutely. They will be pleased to examine all those who Imve eye trouble or wenr glasses AHSOU'TKl.Y FREE. We would suggest therefore that you call on them. Our New Invisible Bifocles Will Not Confuse You. eSMBjiirit Vim .' BW.- -J .. ut!t...t.i9: VI i Crystal Lenses Will Positively Relieve all Pains About the Head and Eyes as well as all other abnormal conditions of the eyes that can be relieved through wearing of properly fitted glasses ot quality in most nil cases. rtl. i. ll X". leey Don't Forget the Dates You Can See Near and Far With Same Lense. Remember Htwnre of all persons who cull at your home and claim to be representinR us, as we do not have representatives, but our Specialist nt the Hotel na we advertise. All orders taken delivers) bv Insured parcel post. OUR WORK IS GUARANTEED 5 YEARS 71 WW MaiRli, (XS MONDA Y and TUESDAY November 27th and 28th, at the Kengarlan Hotel. Ofice Hours: to 8:30 a. m. 8:00 p. m. Your Time is Limited, Come Early and If Avoid the Rush. NATIONAL OPTICAL COMPANY Mpr. Address G. W. Republic Ky. Blilc. Louisville, Reception Room. Hotel Parlor. J anlee our woak and rIhsscs both for 5 veors in writing and as to the responsibility of our guarantee we will give bankable refeiences to those desiring same. These classes wo are advertising are the kind that usually sell at most optical establishments nt $5.00 and in some ca9es even more. This is the first time to our knowledge that such an offer has been made by responsible people who will stand back of their work and who cannot be branded takirs as some have. We will make these prices THIS VISIT ONLY and no more. Call and see us and we will explain how these prices can be made. You are not obliged to buy any glasses ar.d all EXAMINATIONS ABSOLUTELY FREE. THE NATIONAL BANK Surplus For the Family Medicine Chest Gre.n C. VTm., f.;. v.'m. F. EuboU "I lw7i Tuloj'. K.a.r tad Tutor our caildr.a u ll ,m!ci!t Ii up their coUawilil M bad afur t.7vcU, aa.Z Ihtj ltk to tko it." In this a n of counbs. colds and croup, evuy family mudlclao chest should tc. supplied with a ku"U cough mf.llcln that can bo rclitj upon Such a family couch syrup Is rolcy'a Honey and Tar Compou.iil. Thu rtamlarJ mcJIclne has hem on tho market for years nn.l In many ucc-tlowaa found Ji. every home In the Jays when do: tors wore not so handy and n hen money was scarcer. Foley's Honey and Tnr Compound Is an excellent medicine iir coughs, colds, raw or inflamrd thro '. hoarse-nti- s, tlKhtness ami sorr-nesof tha chest, croup and whooplnn couch, it Is an absolutely safe remedy, containing only healliiK Incredlenls, and Ires, from any harmful drugs. dold Everywhere. IJUCKEYE Delayed. Willie P. Long bought a fine mar from Lewis Noel at $135. I HAMMACK SYCAMORE VALLEY. Capitol 450,000. 30,000. .ju Mr and Mrs Hubert Carter Richmond, Manday. ill were Mr Harrison Ray, who has been quite at his home'here, is better. nben nttJiJ. i William Anderson bought of Robert Gullev one pair of mules for $260. Houston (Julley bought one pair of mules from Robt Gulley for $2o0. Mr Otis Ray Ilogie was at home from Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent. the K. E. S. N. for the week-end- . Misses Lily and Jennie Ray visited Mr Johnie Boian remains very sick. their mother, last Sunday. Mrs Sam Hurt visited her mother, R. C. Clark purchased three fat "hogs Mrs Amelia Ross, Sunday. from W. L. Lawson at 9cts. Mr and Mrs A. C. Ilaird visited Mr Leonard Naylor delivered a bunch of and Mrs Jim Criscillis, Sunday. hogs last Tuesday to V. A. Lear at8cts Mr and Mrs Edd PortwooJ and Mrs Mrs Robt. Shearer had the misforJosie Rogers visited Mrs J. W. Cold- - tune to lose a good family mare last iron, Sunday, week. Misses lleulah and Evaree Edwards Mr and Mrs Tom Pollard were the were the pleasant guests of Miss Lucy guests of Mr and Mrs Austin Black, Coldiron, Sunday. Sunday. Genuine Kanawha Salt does not hard Quality and Service First. Try our en in the barrel, best for curing meat. Flour, Feed and Field Seeds. Hudson, For sale by Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Hughes & Farnau. Mr and Mrs Thos. Hendren visited Saturday their daughter, Mrs Hilton at Kirks-vill- e the latter part of the week-M- r and Sunday, and he has been called as their pastor for another year. and Mrs W. G. Clark and Master The following were the guests of Miss Earl Ward were week end visitors of Faye Tudor on Sunday, Misses Mary Mrs Cully Henry, near Kirksville. Mrs Walker Rurdette had as her Day, Zella and Georga Dillon, Reuaj Pointer, Lell Coldiron, Messrs Robert guest Wednesday, Alesdames Tom Ray, HOOt bhearer, Will Clark and Reynolds, Leslie nnd Stanley Parson. Miss Rev, A. C. Ilaird filled his appoint Mrs Hicks of Krodhead is at the bedside of her brother, Mr Harrison Ray. Messrs Emmett liroaddus and Jim and Clyde Sanders wtte guests of Mr and Mrs Hubert Carter Sunday. Cremo Dairy Feed is best for your cows. It is a balanced ration of merit. For sale by Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. ment at Good Hope church HKYANTSVILLE (Delayed Letter.) Mrs Joe Ilrynnt has been fpending a few days with Mrs John llryaiit. Mrs Hettie Peyton of Nicholasville has been visiting Mrs J. W. Class. Mr nnd Mrs J. K. Kalian of Lancaster spent Suneav with Mrs llryant. Mrs Lem Tenter Went to Madison last week, to attend the funeral of an uncle. Mr and Mrs J. ti. Iloner of Niclo'as ville were guests Sunday of Mrs C. C. Mr and Mrs Hiram Ray and Mr and Miss Mary Day was hostess at a Mrs A. C. Miles motored to Ciab tacky party" on last Wednesday night chard Sunday and were guests of Miss Lell Coldiron and Mr Leslie Par L. L. Sanders. son were given the prize for being the Mr and Mrs John Wood nnd son, and tackiest ones there and a delightful Mr ami Mrs Lilian! Miles of Nicholasevening was spent. ville were guests at the home of Mr iiiul Mrs A. C. Miles Saturday. CARTERS VILLE. Mrs J. T. Hill continues very ill. Mr Clay Conn'slittleduughteris very sick. Miss Eva Mcrr.wnan lias been visiting her sister, Mrs T. A. Green. Mr W. II. Mahnirey sold his farm to Mr Mike Woolwiue for $1,700. Mr and Mrs Andy Conn were th Ilecker. HUSBAND RESCUED of niiiupe the bnlllel'eld screenings, etc. W. Vunarddall and wife of day, Paris Crossing Ind., spent from WedMr and Mm Jumea Land, Mr Coy nesday until Saturday with Mr and Mrs Price and two children, Mr nnd Mrs Chas Harvey. Wesley Simpson, Mr and Mrs Dock Mr and Mrs Frank Spruit and son Simpson, Mr and Mrs Hunter Davis Ilrudley, motored from Lancaster Sun were guests of Mr and Mrs Irvine day and were the guests of Mr Richaid II row n and family. BOOKKEEPING Simpson Sunday. BtulneM.PhonoariDhv Miss Ethel Mae Davis entertained a TYPEWRITING and jolly crowd of young folks on last LOWttLL TELEGRAPHY Thursday evening. Several novel and W1LIDI R7U Miss Willie Mae Ilovtn continues ill. delightful features of entertainment lU frMiitvDl hu rvtrtof tiprlDc la mrcotfU Mr W. A. Wright and family have! were introduced and the evening was rtn wo ma a inr I risn WKOIar I made quite enjoyable. I WILMLH U. aUTU,UaUllM,lir,' recently located in our midst. Mr who not only rcnllzcd Ids Hint ditr-In- g his Hbsenro It wns polble. If not prob.ible, tlmt the renl murderer wonM I fnuuil. Ids tlnncee, llefore leiilng. be (old whnt hud oe eurred to his llniiree. Alice Dewe. who hud Kept him ndvl-ii- l of what was trnnsplrlng nt home. When the denouement ciinie ahe Informed lilmby rable, rivommeudlug him to re urn ut once. Ho wns never tiliil, nnd when tho affairs of Muird Dewey were wound up there ns n couslderiiblo aurplus, which ho nnd Ids lft Inherited Jointly. Ilenkanl'a friends differ In their opinion ns to his course In running awuy nt tho time of the murder. The truth Is, ho wns mhi'nl to do an by I Hudson, Hughes and Fiiinau. son of Mr Raymond Davis, was painfully hurt when thrown from his pony about two weeks ugo Rev 1). K. .Sebastian filled his regulnr Muster Robert Davis, appointment at Liberty church Satur-- ' sensitive nntiire, but Mlou-- He has been called day and Sunday. a pastor for thu coming year. Quite a number attended services conducted at the homo of Mr Kindred Sunday afternoon by Mr and Mrs J. V. Vatts and others from Wilmoro Friends from this place attended the fuuerula of Mr Klias Matthews at Scotts Fork, Wednesday, also of Rev. Henry Masters of Madison county tho some i'eaclue lleldcn Saturday, Mrs C. W. Whito returned to her home at Valley View Friday after spending several days with Mrs Emma Weite. Mrs Chcbter Clark and children of liond, returned home Friday after " visit of two weeks here with her Mrs Ilelle Crutchfield of Lnncaster. has been with her sisltr. Mrs II. II. Sweeney for several days. Mr and Mrs Walter Davis, Misses Reside Caldwell and Mary Ellen Farley spent Saturday in Lexington. Mrs A. T. Christopher nnd son, Mor ns, ot homcrtet came Mommy fur n Salurduy. visit to her father, Mr Logan Ison. Mr W. T. Short and family of RichFlour in sacks or barrels. It is guarmond were recent visitors of Mr and anteed to please you or money back, Mrj T. P. King. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mrs J. W, Aiiglin came home Sunday Mr nnd Mrs J. C. Williams and chil after spending a weeK with her daugh- dren BPent the week-enwith ter, Mrs Tom Rogers. in Louisville, having made the tlip in A number of friends enjoyed a very pleasant evening at the home of Miss their car. guest of Mr and Mrs Clay Conn, last Sunday, Mr C. S. Rook had a family reunion Sunday, nnd also entertained friends from Kirksville. Miss Mollie Crockett left last Thursday tor Knoxville, Tenn , where she ex pects to make her home. Mrs Eliza Conn und Miss Susie Davis Mrs II. Doctors Agree On 'were the plasaut guest of Mr and fi. Whitted and daughters. Eczema Remedy Mrs Annie Stormes and children ' Comflnn the Statements About D. D. D. Prescription and Davis and children were the guest of Mrs Susie Hen fro, last Sunday Mrs Jelf parents. J. !Efil!!MpoilEK Oco. T. nichanlKon. JI. n.i "In my IJ Genuine Kanawha Salt does not liar ' applied In all opinion, IL 1. H. should an Itntuedlata relief en in the barrel. Rest for curing meat ru.es of .Ida lo the Itch, a calia to excited nerve., sort, For sale by Hudson, Hughes & Farnau, ooililDe. et a powerful agent, a strength ' to llio general ).teui." lr. I 'nn.l Holmes t 'I. If. P. ll as I Mrs Ruth Davis and Miss Susie Ren near a tpecillc for eczema and tho dreaded fro were the guest of Mrs Doc Parson, porlaiU as Is quinine for malaria. I eon ktanlly presrrltx' 1. I'. 1. alui for salt and enjoyed a tine dinner last Wednesteller, barber's Ink, pimples, all tortus of Itrltlnir eruptions, scales, sores." day, Iir. Ira T. tiabUrt t "I freely admit Mr and Mrs Tom Allen and Mr and that !. D. I), reaehes nio.t cates of cuema and permanently cures them." lr. flalibert of Caldwell, Kan.as, U on a Mrs James Clark were the pleasant er tot or. i tain specialists in iuo siate, guest of Mc and Mrs J. T. Allen last Write and atk lilm about 1. 1). I). irurelmta ara etaj to recommend this Sunday, sootbluir, coollnf lliul sac. oucsnusi w. I'ouw to us and wo Mill tell you moreahout Mr and Mrs Ottie Robinson and wife this remarkable remedy. Your nigaey Bark unless the Or.t bottle relieves you. H. l. 1). were the guest of her pt rents, Mr and Beap keeps ioir skla healthy, about It. Mrs F. P. llryant, last Saturday and Sunday, R. E. McRoberts, Lancaster. Ky. l' ,k buggy when the horse became fright- ened at a dog and ran oir, completely demolishing the top of the buggy. J After Fcur Years of Discouraging Mr Tom Ray and family. Mr R. C. I Conditions, Mrs. Bullock Gave Clark and family. Mr and Mrs Robett Up in Despair. Husband Shearer and tun, Ilradley and Miss Ida Hurte were the guests last Sunday of Came to Rescue. Mrs Will Ruy. They report a very Catron, Ky. In an interesting letter sumptuous dinner and a most enjojable Irom this place, Mrs. Uettic Hulloclc day. Arbor Day was observed by the writes as follows : "I suffered for four years, with womanly (roubles, and during school luie 111 a very appropriate marJ this time, I could only sit up for a little ner. A short program wus rendered while, and could not walk anywhere at and a number of trees planted. It is to all. At limes, I would have severe pains be hoped that they may all live and In my left side. give as much pleasure to the boys and The doctor was called in, and his treat girls in the coming years as it gave to ment relieved me for a while, but 1 was those who planted them on Nov 10th. soon confined to my bed again. Alter that, nothing seemed to do me any good. Retribution. I had gotten so weak I could not stand, There wu a jnuth In our town who and 1 gave up in despair. posed 11s ipiHe a wit; uml when u At last, my husband cot me a bottle ol tlucKilon ha wns iikid, he ntwuys 11 ed Cardul, the woman's tonic, and 1 ".Nit." One day ho met his taking it. From the very first Waterloo In 11 maiden dressed In pink ; dose, I could tell it was helping me. I ho usked If tdio would marry him sua can now walk two miles without its itiiMU'nil, "l don't think," tiring me, and am doing my woik." If you are all run down from womanly Germs and Money. troubles, don't give up in despair. Try It's till right, doe. Your Intention! Cardui, the woman's tonic. It lias helped more than a million women, in Its SO ore good, we know, In wijlng that bor years ot wonaenui success, ana snoum rowed urtlcles kprcud dlseuse. We can surely help you, too. Vour druggist has consistently refuse to lend 11 chap sold Cardul lor years, lie knows what money, out of regiird for his health. it will do. Ask him, lie will recomHut how 11I1. ml nml, In- - u touch? Uf mend it. Degin taking Cardui today. what uhout the ctuip who ulreudy owes H'n'U lo: ClKtuaooca MeJUInt Co., LJk' mid bus declared 11 moratorium until A4vltory,l)tpt., Ch4llarHgi. lenn., tU Svtcuti money Is uiiide genu-proo- f J Chicago Instructions on your cat anj t book. Hum Dully News. TrMtBttBt lor Woawo," Mill In aUla wrappar, Db6-a-) J DESPAIRING WIFE hundred. Mrs Patty Simpson had a very narrow escape laU .Monday. She had just returned home and alighted from her Marie Ray. Mr John Duncan who has been ill with typhoid fever, but was thought to be recovering, has taken a relapse, and is seriously ill at this writing. Messrs Tom Ray, W. G. Clark. R. C. Clark and Robt. Shearer sold their tobacco last week to C. A. Speith & Co. Prices ranging from $11'. to $14.50 per ttr The Central Kecord, Thursday Nov 16, 1916. incorporated. ji.oo a year, The Central Record issued Weekly. nhe Womans Club HERE'S SMILE Rjr OF (Eilllfd The Womana Cluki R.L The Woman's Club meets promptly KI.KIN. Locnl Editor nnd Mjjr. at 2:30. l lh a J. PERFECT HEALTH This Man Was Rheumatic Cripple Five Years. A By Surprise E. ROBINSON. Editor. DWICHT NORWOOD This Advertisement is Specially Important to Inttrtd Member Toil OBIm In .i taken for the Methodist school in Rio de Janeiro, Hraiil, and Holding Institute at Laredo Texas. Hereafter, the Womau's Missionary Society will meet at the parsonage, on the first Thursday afternoon of each month, at 2 o'clock. K. D. Palmeter, Pastor, I was steaming down New Turk bay In nn ocean liner on my way to Kng-land- . Standing on tho deck near me and a man vtns ccrliig sr.innrd, eildctilly Eighth District Publishers League. STRENGTH NEW WAY nnned l.y mime strong emotion. watched him fur a few minutes, when, All womanhood will be interested K- -., seeing that he wns so Intent upon Nortmbcr 16, 1916 Lancaster, Miss Jeannette Kankin who ran on th something thnt wns passing through ' Republican ticket in Montana, and was John Lands, Victim of Chronic Stom his mind thnt he wns not conscious of You have advantage lhat you choose from nothing but good ach Weakness, and Generally Run standing within a rail so low that r Rates For Political Announcements elected to be the first woman ever to Down Constitution, Tells How He pitch of the esel might tnkc him For Precinct and Citv Olfiies ...S 5.00 sit in Congress. Since her election Won New VlnorNow Hale and oTerlMmnl. I took htm by the arm. He ' por County Offices 10.00 telegrams of congratulations have be, Hearty, Enjoys Life to Limit turned his gnre tiwn me ns n aomnnm15.00 sent to her from women in this and tor State and District Office buINt awakened. For Calls, per line 10 every other section of thecountrv until Can YOl' smile like IhlsT Pardon me,'' I said; "the shin Is be Hearty, Jolly, contented-I- t's 10 according to reports from her bom, For Cards, per line SI the ginning to get the rollers. You might town, Missoula, she has been deluged imllo of perfect health. It comes from For all publications in the interlose your balance." with them. Miss Kankin announces i bounding red blood. est of Individuals or expres'"Thank you very much," ho replied. reply that she will represent all of tl; Joy In living, tho sion of individual views, per I am much given to losing myself women of the country nnd not only vim and vigor of line 10 when Intent upon something, nnd this sound manhood scene has brought back the principal Obituaries, per line 05 those of her own State. How loin; since She is about 34 years old and is about event of my life." Haher-dashi- ng YOt' have milled live feet four inches in height, slender, "It Is a stnryj" I asked. like this, lie hon We are authorized to announce Miss with light brown hair, her friends insist "It Is." est with jo.irself W'o wero both silent for a few min Jennie Higgins a candidate for County has an unusual store of energy Do you fnco th utes, when th gentleman, with rare School Superintendent of Garrard She is the daughter of one of the best mirror In tho mornconfidence In inc. a perfect stranger, County, subject to the action of the known of the Montana pioneers, who ing with cheery told the following story: Democratic primary August 191". went West when the State was so pleasure over an. "Thirty years ago tndny I was steam other day born, nr sparsely settled that it resembled ing do n this hny, standing, ns now, on ( do you net up tiled, We are authorized to announce J. O. wilderness, and she and her three sis, droopy the forward deck, Itut thnt Is the end i nnd weary. tcrs have learned to "rough it" in the Hogie. as a candidate for the Democof u;y story Instead of the beginning. Ith a bad taste In ratic nomination for County "When I was twenty-flryears of! Court big Western State. She was graduated your mouth, aches which men of good The ago I met and fell In lore with the ' Clerk, primary to be held August 1917. at the University of Montnna, became In your body and an ardent suffragist while a girl and bones, daughter of n physician. She return-- ' a and eel my love, but her parents objected judgment went to Seattle to study voice culture, grouchy f e e 1 1 n g We are authorized to announce ana men to our marriage. They said that IMIth J all tho went to New York City to against Jcptha Onstott a candidate for the take a course nt the School of Philan In was ioo young, niu was plenty old world your enough to be married, being nineteen. democratic nomination for County Court thropy in that heart? If the latter, city. you need Just Clerk, subject to the action of the priThe real reason wns thnt they thought ansa uanKin is a very feminine wo then nhnt John Lands she could do better than to mnrry me. mary, August 1917. man. It is said she dances well and needed I did not doubt that shu rould. but I and found. makes her own hats, and sews, and has John Is was ns wrapped up In her ns she wns We are authorized to announce E. B. won genuine fame among her friends tho smller In the John Lands In me, and I did tint rare to give her Ml Sm"- - up needs of individual cusA knowledge of and Ray as a candidate for the Democratic with the wonderful lemon meringue pie picture. He Is a to that some letter person thnn Freeman myself. nomination for Assessor of Garrard that she makes when she hasn't enough machinist and lives at Tl known quality of every These avenue. Cincinnati It Is tho expericounty, subject to the action of the other things to do to keep her busy, "I wns employed In a lace lniortlug to which we give our label. She is the sort of girl who won't stop ence he has been tiirough that makes house. They decided to establish a Primary, August. 1917. him smile today. buyer In llrusels, nnd they offered until she has the results she is after, Hobbled on Crutches. roo the position with a large Increnso and it will be lots of fun to see her in For five ears John Lands has suf Strayed: To my place 3 head of her first tight in Congress. She is this fered from :i weak stomach and kid- or salary. I accepted It gladly, for nt that time IMIth nnd I were engaged, Owner can get same by proving sort; her father was trying to rent one ney trouble Rheumatism set In and and the ndranced salary property and paying for notice and keep. of his houses in Missouia Mont, and at times made him virtually a crippl" me to supiKirt n wife. would enable When I told u. V. Pence, Marksbury Ky. there wasn't any sidewalk in He had to hobble arctind on crutches ber of what I regarded ns mv good front of it. A prospective tenant was found, for weeks at a time, laying off from fortune she looked troubled. Hhe was Incorioratrd. Real Chinese Dragon. his wor'c. lolu; time and monev. suf- aware that her p.i rents objected to rue Tlsnt dragon monster of which the but the tenant said he wouldn't take fering rtfony as n husband for her, and she surmised Chinese nre so fond did nctunlly exist, the house unless it had a sidewalk, "I nave taken fully a hundred according to a Shanghai correspondent Jeannette called up some carpenters different kinds of medicine to relloe thnt my going to lire abroad would excite so strenuous nn opposition on f the London Times. It Is known and found them too busy to lay the my I'ondltlon during tho last five tuelr part ns to tiring about n iirtlng that reptiles existed, wry similar to sidewalk. And so she bought the lum oars," he raid. "Hut nothing seemed lietween her nnd me. the fuvorlte pictured dragons, and ber, borrowed a hammer and saw, nnd do mo any real Rood. Food would "She was right. Her mother strug there is reason to believe that fconie laid the fidewalk herself. e heavy on my stomach and I had to gled with her to induce her to break t But Few Do. Where the Clown Would Shine. Superlative Good Thing. measured us Ions ns 00 feet. Among the things which Miss Rankin take cathartics constantly. Then I had with me. IMIth stood out till she be It Is n ulse tnntl ulin Lnnui tthn t "If turnlu' de laugh on n man sbo- It Is a good thing to bo rich, nnd a an extremely bad case of rheumatism. gan to has announced that she will fight for in Hint If she persisted fce hns made n fool of hlinelf. Life. nufT decided nn nhguuient." said Undo good thing to be strong, but It Is a betCongress is extension of the child labor Once I had to lay off work for four longer she lukht lie deprived of her Kben, "de circus clown 'ud be de great- ter thing to be beloMsl of many friends. months. I had to use crutches a good liberty, then gave In. I COLD WAVE ARRIVES. laws she intends to represent children many reMied a note est orator ever." L'urlpldes. time. weeks nt Its Ultimate Destination. from her sajlng thnt she could not as well as women in Congress national Look at me now! 1 am hale an.l bring Terry O'Nilll wus siewurd on an The cold wave swept down on us sud- woman suffrage, mothers' pensions, herself to leave her dear father hearty an enjoy life to the limit I and trill) transport, 'tefore the mess call to live In n strange laud. denly Tuesday night just as some of us universal compulsory education, and am In full possession again ot all my She mother Great Atmosphere. was their only child. They had mounded Terry ulnajs lltcd the difwere trying to convince ourselves that Species of Blackmail. Hveryoue ran enter Into the ntmo similar propositions. It is expected atural vigor. the door brought her up with great care, and ferent stateroom-- . it would not arrive. Some people who that she will introduce a new national We hae dlseoiered that II Is pos Tanlac Did It. now that she was arrived at an age njur, be would say to the otlleers: phere of grentueis. nnd gain Its like to talk about the weather, claim nroilnd tn gel 11 lot .if What did It? Tanla the wonder suffrage bill as soon as she as she has where she could be of the most com "(Scntlciiicn, ilii jou wish me to threw It Is simply n question of belletng In rlble bj threatening attention Toledo to sins. that the thermometer went down as things, nnd In our imwcr to home ful new tonic and system purifier It the opportunityt fort to them It would be ungrateful to jour luniheon oxerhonrd, or will Jou the best Illade. low as twelve early Wednesday one hundred per cent efflclent. No them to marry a man whose only way do It Joursehes?' morn-- , nttaln tbeiii. Hiiliilltoti V Midde. Miss Rankin was among the early medicine I ever took has dune for mo of supporting ber would be to plnie nn ing, while most of them report about and most ardent workers for suffrage one-tent- h of what Tanlac lias done. 1C to 18 degrees above zero. There the West before any States had Ask any of my friends who hae seen ocean between her and them. were some snow Hurries Tuesday night in "She asked mo to coiim before lenv granted women the vote. me dally. They will tell you the same lug nnd bid her farewell, nfter which and last night was still cold with some thing. This Tanlac Is positively mar- - she said she Imped thnt I would 1 prospect of rising temperature today. elous." able to forget her. This naturally till FAMOUS MOTHERS. ed me with despair. I declined to see Mother Love, QUALITY VERSUS QUANTITY. Tanlac is being introduced in Lan Uer again, feeling thnt It would not Mother Wit. Is? best either for her or for in. Hnd caster at R. E. McRoberts. Many houewives make a vital mis.Mother Lode, made our dependent upon Tanlac may be obtaired in the nearby she remaining unionAniorlni I would in choosir.g some of their food-stutake In uiy Mother Eddy, ties. Paint Lick. J. N. Metcalf; llry- - have renounced on the basis of quantity. uiy situation abroad Mother Jones, nntsville, Recker & Ilallard; Little and waited for preferment at home It has been proven time and again Mother Hubbard. Hickman, Collier and Uruner; Ilerea, Hut she did not place inc in Mich fo-- l that the cheapest is always the most Necessity (Invention), E. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug Hon. Instead of going to see he'. I expensive, while the highest price is Virginia (Presidents) Store; Junction City, Reynolds and wrote her a feu Hues, git lug her up not always the best. New Jersey (Trusts), Evans; Richmond. II, L. Perry & Son; and bidding her for her own ikh to There's a happy medium in everyj Indiana (V. P.'s and Authors), Crab Orchard, Lyne liros ; Iluigin, G. think no more vt me and nnm-- to hei thing. When you select foods, be careMichigan (Flivvers), T. Schoolfield; Danville. John S. Wells, own advantage. ful. Don't choose any particular brand Kentucky (Colonels), "That ulglit before sailing I milked Lancaster. R. K. McRoberts. nnd W. C the iloor, never ouie thinking or un of, say Uaking Powder for example, Mother Nature, West, Silver Creek, l dressing. It tliut the Morrow just because jou get a big can for a Mother Dear, would be the funeral of jit I li;t,l hoped small price. Mother Church. for ilnce meeting I'dllli. At I i lock The risk vou take in ruining vour Ontlmlstlc Th-j- ght. Mother Country. He knutts much win. knows him to In the morning I threw nijselr on o -El- -Jay, entire baking and losing the cost of the Mother Tongue. El. bed nnd slept a troiil'Ied sleep III! 7 bold Ids tongue. materials involved is not unvwhere Then 1 arose and Mulshed the lift ar equal to the small amount saved on the MONTANA WOMAN raagements for uiy louinej It seemed Monopoly. I price of the Uaking Powder. I'.Ue preparing for death "Thnt man prides himself on being Then again, because the price is high. "I went aboard at noon, the hour for SENT TO CONGRESS. n comersutloimllst." "Yin." replied dont thi.ik the quality is the best, sailing being L' o'eloek. The crowd of Miss Cayenne. "lie's nocr mi happy people borne women do, and they are losing Messages of congratulation from suf' uud maddened as when lie makes n string of people me, andhurrjlug to them frowent to my I money. to escape frage leaders in manv parts of thecoun flils.s their trains vthile he monopo stateroom, sat down on the seat under Look for the happy medium. You'll try poured into Missouri for Miss Jean lizes Hie bureau of Information." the portholes and gnvu myself up to find it. Choose a brand that costs nette Rankin, Republican, the first despair. I beard the rail, 'All ashore Having decided to house in which I now live, I will of moderate price and you II lind it more woman to be elected to Congress. Miss that's going!' Hint It sounded like lods economical to buy and more economical Rankin's campaign managers contend my to which is located on for on the eollln of the universe. Then the to use. that she had been successful by at least tugs puffed iiloiiL'sldc. ratollig the ' best in city. The Richmond Street in one of The best Uaking Powder in the world 2,000 majority. bugo hulk out lulu midstream, When can be made so us to sell for 25c ier Is "I felt that the women would stand house I had listened lot on which for some time to the ' 1 pound. by me." Miss Runkin said "It monotonous throb of the engine I pullis wonderful to mo to think of having ed myself together, went on dis k and The enormous cost of newspaper stood at wherv yon saw ine n few mo- - I the opportunity uf being the fiist worn an to sit in Congress with 431 men." print makes it imperative that we incuts ago, a prey o h most despondOf Churcnes. .Suddenly I felt a touch Miss Rankin is small and slight. Shi keep our subscription list paid up ent emotions, The house new, having and is second to none in on my shoulder nnd, turning" is a graduate of the University of Mon ago. The plan is over one promptly nnd if you fail to me, by my been built Tho speaker turned and faced a mid tana and the School of Philanthropy of paper you have a good reason to dlcugcd, but attructltn woman, whose up-to-da- te any one modern, has and The meeting conducted by Rev. l New York City. think that your time has expired fa to wore a smllo which was In her M. llnder at Herring School house for could eyes as well us on her lips, I the past two weeks, closed lust Tues Wont YOU rend the lube on this "Is tho poor ancient mariner telling A BIT OF PHILOSOPHY. day night with several additions. paper and if in arrears, kindly send his story to whomsoever ho can get to From Good-B- y Er Howdy-Dus check. Severul notices, in fact listen to him'" At the Memorial Methodist Sunday Tim narrator I nt several hundred notices hoaveheen wife and concluded induced me to his School of Lancaster, a collection Uy James Whitcomb Riley. his story: sent out in the past week, nppris amounting to $12.60 was taken for the Say good by er "I felt that same touch and looked 's Armenian sufferers. Also, a collection House, Concrete Walks, New inti those in arrears and the a Into tho face of this same woman, Solid Concrete Basement Under odds betwixt the two? girl amounting to $7 CO, and a crate of eggs, Comin'-goi- n', the ev'ry day mount uue us and it we nave no then atho not quite twenty. suggest Solid Septic and Light Large "At last moment shu valued at $lu. were sent to the MethoUest friends first tJ go away response in a reasonable time, ed that her silent spend had muno time best to be obtained. and whole dist Orphan's Home at Louisville the Grasp Concrete Foundation of hands you'd ruther hold those subscribers will be discon abroad, and tho prospect of being near past week. to look at Those place at Sale will Than their weight in Bolid gold uer Indnced them to relent us to her tinued from our list; yet you must The Woman's Missionary Society of Slips their grip while greetin' you. murrlngo with me. Six hours wns all on day of be shown any day before, Miucmber that we will expect it to the tlmo they had for preparation." Memorial Methodist church observed Say good-ber liowdv-do- i cash on be one-thir- d TERMS of the Week of Prayer, November be paid though your paper has been Howdy-do- , and then, good-bEach member present enjoyed the Mis, given. to be paid in stopped, We can not delate from deed will be made and Mixes jes like laugh and cry; sionary program in connection with the cent Deaths and births, and worst and best, this rule, although we know that a one and two A free will offering, Uible itudv. Tangled their contrariest; number of our best friends nnd sub amounting to $8.25, was SrconitniiM Mail Mailer. Uncaitrr. Kj Kentucky Press Association Miss Fannie Itawson of Frankfort Public Library, will lecture at Woman Club roum Njvember 24th. All club members should look forward to meet ing this charming woman and hearing a delightful speaker. FINDS MEN WHO FEEL YOUNG this here quality with satisfaction assured. They Need Not Necessarily be Young But They Must Feel Young. fill f Suits uvciuums irk ft 4 A Hats, Fine & Shoes seek. qualities Courteous Service, Close Personal Attention. the tomers. merchandise, style reinforce the article PARKS & HENDREN CO. Style Leaders. Danville, Ky. suct t RESIDENCE PROPERTY AT PUBLIC SALE at Two O'clock P. M. fer sale sell the the highest bidder the stands this residence resident districts the SATURDAY, NOV 25th 16 ATTENTION BELOVED. r News The 71 80 FOOT FRONT BY 250 FEET DEEP. is brand year every convenience itt for strictly desire. Lancaster. father, little very Lights, Water Works, Bath Room, Heating Plant, Hardwood Floors, Electric - Entire Meters Installed, Tank, Water construction the desiring take the residence. oj sale. property will this January 1st, 1917 sale will possession Balance when Interest. years with six per Cistern, Ev'ry jlnglin' weddin'-bel- l Skeerin' up some funer'l knell. Here's my song, and there's your sigh, Howdy-do- , I end then, good-bSome Ons's runnin' this concern That's got nothin' else to learn; Ef He's wlllin. we'll pull through Say good-ber howdy-do- ! y scribers will be 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 with us, by rescue and remitting for all arrears and at least for one year in advance. BuslneM,Phonogrphy TYPEWRITING nd BOOKKEEPING TELEGRAPHY WILBUR B.Sn-NTH BUSINESS COLIEQE 1 .l.anllf. Ill frt.l,tnl bt. r'artof .iprUnr In m.rrftutll fiJ bftnkliitf lu.inM, tlw 40 V.art rHurtif W '"p n.l w,oia rHiD( Lalr Dnw, Wnu mLUl'll H. aniTII, Lila(lua, M7. JAS. W. SMITH Lancaster, Kentucky. Capt Am Bourne. Auctioneer The Central Record, Thursday Nov 16 19It$ Free with every pair of OUR SHOES FIT, STYLE, WEAR AND COMFORT. The One Price Store. Thanksgiving ON Specials WE WANT EVERY LADY In Garrard and surrounding coun- COATS and AT SUITS Josephs INO 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. Let us assist you in picking a fabric suitable for your requirements. MATTER ties to know, by actual test, of the Merchandise we sell, that nowhere can be found more real values for your money, than here. The only sure way to find this out to your own satisfaction is to get your next coat or suit of us. The Quality Corner. Where Satisfaction is Guaranteed. I J. R. Mount & Co., Solicits Your Trade full line of llardwaie. Stoves, Smhllv. Harness. Implement", Ktc. proxe to ell you the leat Rood made and at very nrnall profit. we wi" For Instance why pay JoS.OO or 170.00 for a Mnlalilf Range We curry We Sell You as Good a Malable Range for $50. Heating Stove in name We have Ranges fiom I20.(KI to ViO.W. We handle the proportion. Cook and Gossip About People eNe A Brief Mention of the Comings and Golngt lyThott Wi Art Intcrulcd In. Monday for Miss Anne Rcid leave 3l Cloud Florida, where she will spend the winter with her uncle, Mr. John Carpentei. Dr. and Mrs. J. I.. Slavin, Mrs. Mary I). Irvine and Miss Nancj Wood of Danville spent Friday with Mr and Mrs T, R. Slavin. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hundley and lit- PAINT LICK Miss Alma Lear is theguest'of friends in Maysville. Mrs Price Williams was a recent visitor of Mrs Edd Williams. Miss Ava McWhorter was the guest of Miss Marie Led ford. Sunday. Mrs Elizabeth I'atrick Is quite a sufferer from rheumatism at this writing. Mr and Mrs Lewis Guvn were guests of relatives in Richmond, Thursday and d CENTRE'S T)1ST. Time and time again font-badope has overlutmd this year and in many previous jnus According to the dope Centre should beat Transylvania 10 points. Marshal beat Wes-leya- n 101 to 0, Cerlre beat Wesleyan 111 to 0, and Marshal and Wesleyan played ten minutes longer than did Centre and Wesleyan. Transylvania and Marshal tied 13 to 19 Therefore Centre has a lead of ten points Centre supporters do not count on this dope for anything. Centre backers claim that their team will be at its best Nov. 17th. Every team has its big game and all developments point to the fact that Centre will have her best organization in the field. I.ittick says this will be the hardest fought game in the state this season. I YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, V a. Renew now, for Ladies Home Journal and other magazines. 3t-pll-- 2 Mrs. Dolly Rrown. I'ONY FOR SALE -- John Deer Wagons and Farming Implements Oliver and Syracuse Plows. Just I wish to sell my Mr. (jeorge Smith ii better light illness. The very best line of Stove and Implements on the market. in Louisville on a Mr. J. II. Conn a car load of American Fence. The ltct Woven Wire Fence Made, (iivc u a call and part of yntir trade. business trip. Mrs. Parker Gregory left thit week for Ashville N. C. The Square Deal House Mrs Mariah Kirby left Tuesday for a visit to relatives at llerea. Mrs. I.uthcr tiibbs spent Monday in j Stanford with Mrs. Cam Has. Mr '.: T. Rice and family were with Mrs Carrie Davidson, Sunday. tle daughter, Nancy, of Danville, were after a recent guests of Mr. and Mrs. T. It. Slavin at their home on Richmond road Friuay. hay Shetland pony. 11-- 3t Sally Crook Gregory. J. R. MOUNT & CO. FOOT BALL Center vs Transylvania Friday, Nov 17th CHEEK FIELD. Danville, - - Kentucky. i . . ml Ear-Marks - '-- Lt IV... J'-- Li of a Good Van A Grinder You will f.:i ii-r- oik of them on all INTERNATIONAL FEED GRINDERS A sluing Kteel ttaud prevent vrabblMig. Two lag berews hold tho machine firmly in position. evenly. ThoKrimliiiR pUtes are A sprint; tuition on tho grimliug pUles iunires even grinding. A pl.ito shifter lexer at the end of tho shaft in a safeguard against hreakago and nukes it a simple matter to clean tho plaice. An International feed grinder ami an I II C oil engine ntako an Meal combination. The entitle will furnish convenient power for operating the feed minder, and is especially adaptable for this purpose on account of tho variation of the power unpaired in proportion to the kind of grain being ground. International feed grinders ate made in the following types and sizes to meet nil requirements: Type 11:0, H.und TypoCiO and Typo Dl 8 and c li Kaffir corn in the hsad grinds corn on the cob grinds small gralnt and thtlled corn grinds corn In the huik, alfalfa and There are other features which you can see for yourself if you will drop in for a demonstration the ne.t time you are in town. PHONE 27. BECKER C& BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. BALLARD. Miss Lucille Davis spent the week-enMrs. L. N. Miller was at home to the afternoon, with her grandmother, Mrs liallard at "Circle Girls" Tuesday where they held a business meeting Lancaster. Miss Idr Galley of Kirksville was the prior to their annual November dinner. guest of Mrs Mid Ross Saturday night The Chautauqua Circle met with Mrs and Sunday. Fred Flisbie, Tuesday afternoon. The Mr Taylor Coldiron of Danville III., subject under discussion was German is the guest of his parents, Mr and Mrs cities, with Miss Mary Elmore as leader J. L. Coldiron. Mr and Mrs Rige Estridge of llerea Mrs. James Landram of Harlan, is Mr and Mrs here at the bedside of her brother, Mr. visited his Eli Estridge, Sunday. Mrs. J. C. llcnihill of Louisville, is Tercy Ilurnside, who has been quite ill, Mrs Hays Metcalf and children uf but we are gladtostate, is better today. visiting relatives in our midst. McKinney were week end guests of Mr Mrs Cleveland Itose spent the day in Mr. and Mrs George Mcltoberts and and Mrs J M. Metcalf. day in Stanford, last Saturday. Mr and Mrs Saulley Hughes and son, interesting little daughter, Betsy MarCovington, are here on a visit of Lancaster, were guests of Mr and Mrs. George Robinson was the guest garet, of to Mrs Joe Ilurnside before leaving for Mrs J. L. Francis, Sunday. of Mrs. Woods Walker last week. Ashville N. C. The oyster supper Friday evening weekMiss Johnetta Farra spent the proved a success socially and financially, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Swinebroad, who the ladies clearing about $17. end with Mr. and Mrs. Joe Ilurnside. have been visiting in the country among Mr and Mrs W. F. Parks and Miss Mrs. W. A, Arnold of Winchester, is friends and relatives for the past three visiting her brother, Mr R V. Gregory. weeks have returned to their home on Jessie I'arks were guests of Mrs Annie Gibson at Milgrove, Sunday. Mesdames Will Chnmn and Steve Richmond street. Misses Maude and Lennie Ledrord Carrier were vititnrs in Danville Mon- Mr. John Carpenter of Red Hock, and Celestia Dye of Rerea were guests day. Okla., arrived last week for a vinit to of Mrs W, P. Cornn, Sunday. Mrs George Robinson of Lancaster Messrs John and Tom Denton of Ins son, MrO. It Carpenter, and other have been guests of Mr. V. A. relatives, before going to Florida to was tho guest of Mrs Woods Walker spend the winter. for several days the past week. Lear. Dr and Mrs Rurdette Ramsey left Miss F.lizabeth Collier of Middlesbnrc Mr. L. V. Lay. of Williamsburg, has lis visiting Mr. U. I). Simpson and been visiting his brother, Mr. D. M. Wednesday for a visit to their daughMrs John Rright nt Stanford. family. Lay. nt Ilryantsville. Mr. Lav stopped ter, ' Cremo Dairy Feed is best for jour in at the office long enough to hand us Dudley is ill at the Mrs. Morris cows. It is a balanced ration of merit. hospital, but is better at this a dollar which we appreciate. For sale by Hudson, Hughes &Farnau. writing. Mr Dave Thomas who has been locatMr and Mrs Robert Ward and son, Mrs. Carlton Klkin entertaines Sat- ed in Stanford temporarily, has taken Harold, were recent visitors of her urday afternoon in honor of Mrs. W. up pennant abode in Lancaster and has parents, Mr and Mrs Millard I.edtord. II. llurton. sutliriently recovered from a protractMessrs Harry Francis and Sam Den' ed spell of fever to again work insurMrs Itobert Kmbrv and Mrs. W. T. ny left Tuesday for the mountains hop. West spent several days in Lexington ance. ing to bring back a goodly number of j this week. Mrs. W. M. Simpson entertained at quail. Little Miss Emma Hall, who has been Mr. and Mrs. Creede Simpson enjoy, a delightful "linen shower" in honor ed ii motor trip through the blue grass of Mr. and Mrs. Creede Simpson on a victim of diptheria for the, past two weeks is reorted completely out of A very last Monday afternoon. on Sunday. time was enjoyed by those danger. Mrs. I.. II. llourne and little daugh-- i present. ter, have returned from a isit to NAIL IN THE HOOF. Wisjnesburg. Mrs. Win. Garrique left Friday for Lama-nes- s Miss Gertrude Gaines of Stanford, New York City for a short stay before When a Horse Limps Cause of Should Be Investigated. has been the guest of Mr. and Mis, returning to her home in New Orleans. It Is better tu be mfc than wrry. Her sister, Mrs. Katherine Conn Kd C. Gaines. When a hor-- u Mops on n null take no accompanied her as far as Cinchances. Remove the nail ns soon ns Mrs. Jack Casey of Danville has been cinnati. K.lble mid thoroughly demise Unvisiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. It. iuvcstl-gatMrs. Uriah Simpson has quite a house wound. When ii horse limps II. Wilkinson. the cause. This Is the advice of full of boarders. Ten young men who Mrs. K. G. Muth uf Missouri, who David Gray. nMaut In animal husare working on the American HellTe'c-phonbandry In the limi-a- s State Agrleul hat enjoyed a visit tu Mrs. li. F. HudCo, add to h r list of regular turul college. son has returned home. hoarders Mrs. F.lizabeth Joseph und Tlie icmovnl of the null enu easily be I'rof, and Mrs. M, L. Caneer and Adolph are also taking meals with her. accomplished with ii it ordinal' claw "Huby Sister" spent Sunday with Mr, hammer, a small block of wood being Mrs Luther Gibbs and Miss Kliziibeth used as n fulcrum over which to pry. jj. It. Mount u.iil family. prepared a delightful surprise birthday If the nail Is not too large a pair of Miss Hosella Hudson of Fleiiiingsburg dinner for Mr (libbs, Tuesdav and en- pllera Is Htiltnble for this work. I has been the guest of her brother, Rev. If not cared for Immediately the tertained the Ky. Red flerkslure Asso-- i and Mrs. II. S. Hudson. wound may cause lockjaw or permaciatlon in his honor. Mr W. II. Turley nent lameness. For cleansing the Relatives here received news of the of Richmond, Mr Hob llruee, of Stan-- ' wound n ayrlugp ami wnrm water may death of Mr Lewis Cook, which occur- ford, and Mr Woods Walker were' be used If euro I. taken to elenne red in Stanford Monday. among those present. We wont tell1 thoroughly. The Wt method Is to up many candles were on the cake. ply llliernlly nny coal Inr product, such Mrs Mike Klkin has returned tu her how as creollu, us It Is effective lu breaking home in Lexington after u visit to Mrs up the lufeitlon. If u nail wound ts Susan Salter and Mrs Walter. given Immediate and careful attention LEVEL GREEN. 111" life of a horse Is usually safe Those who have news of any kind will confer a favor upon us by cither Dr und Mrs Smith visited homefolks Diet For Drood Sows. writing or telephoning it to 43. Sunday. I'lood miuh us I'fli'ii MifTcFfiimi over Mr and Mrs llovd Wynu were guejta feeding r Miss Minnie Johnson, who has been from underfeeding. An with Mrs. Sain Johnson, has returned uf Mr and Mrs John Smith, Sunday. abundant e of fat Is the worst enemy Sows that are to raise Miss Ruth Sowder was the pleasant of the litter her work at Richmond Normal, pigs should be taken a nay from the Mis, J. M, Farra entertained the I). guest uf Miss Florence Hughlelte on rest hogs, und bo fed u illllereut of lhe , A. It, Chapter Wednesday afternoon. Wednesday night. ration. Three excellent rations: 0) One Mr John Reid and family have moved part high grade tankage, twehe parts ikegvm. airs, rurra was tu Crnb Orchard where they will make com; 'i skluimllk or buttermilk and Miss Mary Arnold left Tuesday toj corn, using three pulls uf inlik to one their future home. spend the winter in Jacksonsvllle Fla., part of corn; (Ul wheat and aborts. Mr and Mrs Cria Sowder and son, Wilwith her aunt, Mrs, Itella Hemphill. liam, of Point Level visited Mr and Mrs Whklieier one of these lutlous Is used a rack containing alfalfa should lie to Mrs. Rockwell Smith and daughters, Clarence Green, Sunday. placed that the sows have flee access Judith and Charlotte, spent the week Mesdames R, C. Iloain, Doru Davis, to the hay at all I hues. In addition. end with Misses Jane and Mary Doty, J. M. S.nith and W. 11. Smith visited the sows klioulil bo supplied with minerals. It Is it goad plan tu dump tho Mr, and Mrs. Charlie Zunone have' Mrs Sherman Robinson, recently. wood und coal ashes in the lot where moved Into their handsome bungalow Genuine Kanawha Salt does not hardrecently erected on Crab Orchard street, en in the barrel. Rest for curing incut. tho sown run. A luUtllle composed of n basket uf charcoal or tine coal, Ave Mesdames W, M. Elliott and Sam For sale by Hudson, Hughes & FarnauJ pounds of talt, tile pounds of air Johnson, spent a delightful day witlu Mrs Mary Oglesby of Chattanooga slaked lime and two jiounds of sulphur Mrs. It. Ii. Arnold in upper Garrard Tenn, who has been visiting her father, will give good returns If kept easily Mr S. T. Green, returned home Fiiday, available. Iowa Uouiestead. this week. grand-parentI I n Dan-Mi! I Tin-slee J I ( You have read the book, see the play Three Weeks. Rex Theatre, Friday night, 5 and 10 cents. For Rent. Upstairs Flat, four rooms and bath. Two halls. Also two connected office rooms. J. E. Stormes. For Sale Dandy 7 room house 4 acres land with good out buildings on Danville street at a bargain. Joe. S. Haselden. Sewing Machines. I sell the famous Singer sewing machine. Also Singer oil and needles. If your machine needs repairing call on me on Campbell St. Satisfaction guaranteed. Dan Milburn. Lancaster, Ky. WANTED. 1 V NEWMAN. The Carola Cabinet Phonograph is now ready for the dealers the only cabinet phonograph to reach the people at $15. Marvelous in beauty, wonderful in tone. Selling agents in every town wanted. Write for our descriptive literature. The Ky State Distributing Co. Inc , Sole Distributors for the State of Ky. 302 Tyler Illdg. Louisville Ky. The above likeness is that of Newman the big IfiO pound left end on CenFOUND. tre's football team. He is a terror at Found in my buggy, Saturday night smashing interfererce and he tackles He loves the dust and Nov 4th. two buggy rugs, a lap robe, like a clamp. Uwners when he has his big doggish nose skin- one coat and two wrenches. ned up a little he romps. Rennie is can have same by proving property and playing his second jear. his weight puts paying all charges. L. W. Smith, Judson, Ky. him in gocd steud and I.ittick will have him in good tiitn f. i the Transylvania game. FARM FOR SALE. About two miles from Faint Lick. In good state uf cultivation, well watered, and new fence all around. New stock barn, about 85 acres in grass, and forty acres for cultivation. For further information, call up or write L. J. Fish, Faint Lick Ky", or Waiter Ham-mac- k, Lancaster Ky. 11.9-l- t. Candy Kitchen. I Imve opened n Candy Factory on Lexington St., next door to the Puritan. DIDDLE. The above is a likeness) uf rt. half Diddle who has played a star game for Centre this year. Riggers of Louisville I v ho writes for Spalding's guide, has given Diddle a good deal of notoriety ' over his perfout.ancc in the Centre and i University of Liuliville game, lie is going gocd for an all Kentucky osi. tion, The best left uf his ability as a ground gainer will come in the Trans) -! vania game Nov. 17th which Is to be plajed at Danville. . Diddle is fast and ' never knows when to quit fighting. Sluggish Liver. 1, 1.1 Anu .till. I.I. II.. ... . have uioro outdoor exercise und u hot tub buth dully. She thould Use either u iihiiu or omit urusii uilil liry Willi a Turkish tmul, It Is well to drink the Juice of line lemon. In u cupful of hot wulcr before breakfast every luoru-lu- g and wulk tit least u mile every 'uurulug und wulk brlsklv, nut saunter. Pure,Fresh,Deliclous Home Made Candy, Our Specialty. Your patronage is cordially solicited. Phone 212. CoyS. Sanders ii ill HIGHEST PRICES PAID RtmllUx KUIUd on Par Shipment U Kcivtil No Commission to Pa Writ r Slupplas Tsst PrU. U.i .d M. Sabel & Sons tOUUVILLE. KY. The Central Record, Thursday Nov 16 1916 MR. TOBACCO To Be Distributed at the DAIRY and CREAMERY CARE OF POULTRY and EGGS A THE GOLD AT GRAFTON 0 CopyrlKhl, M, QUAD IMS, by the MrClure Newspaper Hjmllcatr GROWER. Send i f Lexington Burley Tobacco Show 23, 24, 25. r REX I!) ??.;',gr.i-.- ; Theatre 3SS 3SST f (!) cstnl for Information regarding the FALL CALVES. 1 showl-fit- WORD FOR BRAHMAS. He was n tall, dark faced man about Farm Oird Doth For Eggs forty Jcnrs old who descended from and Market Purpoiee. i the stage nt flrnftoti one summer aft Tor the average fanner Iheie Is more ernoon, lie wit a very quiet spoken Address W. C McDowell, Secy. money In roasters than In broiler lo- man and registered hi name nt the Ky. 6M S. Broadway. Hubert Meadows, rn use onee past the broiler stage tho tnveru n lie said mortality Is exceedingly small, write he was luteiesteil hi ornithology and might pick up n few bird us II. O. Wood, secretary Unlit llrahmn (!) club. Consequently the cost of pro- for the taxidermist. After three or four days he begun to duction and raising to the roaster lltu Iowa Homestead. stage ns compared with the Increased wander along the highway nnd across He had brought with him , the Held I'ropcrly feeding the fall calf In win price the roasters bring should normal-la fowling piece, and with this he took lor Is often n dim cult proposition. W'c show n greater profit than there to n few snapshots at robins and bluetiavo foinul oats to he an excellent feed In marketing broiler when we take birds, and he skinned I licit! himself for the fall calves If fed In connection Into consideration the mortality nml nnd cured the skin i hi with sklmmllk ami n little oil meal. It About half n mite from Illation wns ( seems that the oats hasten growth n farm lielonglug to n man from the first and cold weather doesn't Sweet. Ills land ran back from tho Hi stunt them, as Is sometimes the ease highway to a small creek, and a part. of the full calf durliiK Its first winter of this land was n sand strewn ridge, I I sometimes crush tho oats, hut don't It ended lu n bluff aliotit fifteen feet, know that It Is nny advantage over the Residence Phone 33. Office Plume 18. i ne stranger was iiku ut toe erven, shelled oats. seen walking nlong this rldgo sevThe calf can very easily he taught to eral time, nnd he spent quite a little eat small Brains, We teach them to of hi time along the crock The eat a small amount of grain as ou as of hi gun were often heard, but tucy nre sntrteti ore to sklmmllk. he brought lu very little game wnjs feed the grain dry. Prom Tho calf that comes In tho fall must this It was concluded thai he was a poor shot Ihave closer attention than the ones Always Featured. A man with n vise and a llle mn In the sprint;. It will not No hotel lire would bo complete I that arrive make n prolltable growth during tlu take u pice of brass and tile II to dust Mr Wilbur Scott returned home lust without the llilnly chid guests It l.s fed grain In conncc In a few hour, and lint dust will so j winter utiles News. week after a stay of several month in Hon with the sklmmllk. After the calf closely resemble gold dust that an orI Canada. Is n few weeks old It will begin to iiIIk dinary person will be diselvtsl. If a Mr Luther lUger purchased of Mr' hie at hay If It Is put within Its reach Different Views. spoonful or tint dust Is iniured Into n ' Clover or alfalfa hay Is Rood .lohn N'oe. 15 acres of land in Mercer, gun It tan lie easily shot tutu soft sandA Xev Jersey clcrgym in resign It Is very expensive to rear the aires near Itargin tor $3000. complaining stone. That Is one way f "salting" it congregut. that Id ' initio. Often ieal gold iltHt Is used wanted n iliniKrni.li In tin- pulpi. on whole milk mid Is tint at nil cs0n.Mrs Carrie Mom and daughter, Mis tint, for they can he successfully raised The ornithologist was sttooilng brass coinplall. Josephine, of Je3samine. spent Sunday v K""'1 ,lla,l' cnngrcgtitlnu That ridge of snndstom. bad Istn becnuo they have one. Pittsburgh luitl, Mr. Dispatch. there for it-ti- l tit le. and no one could ' .Mr and Mrs Lem Teater were quests reniemlicr Ixuk when Hint old pasture of relatives in Richmond Sunday, havhail boon minle an) uo of on opt lo I provide s. atil.i grass for n tlutk of motored over for the day. ing Needed Law. ' sheep The present owner was illltn- That dear Jotitig mother down Mrs Carter Sellers and children of founded when tin. stranger asked him ' Aa an nil round hr.ivv weight font Jessamine, have been visiting Mrs .1. file street u piece cnni" to it nliuoit Ills prhe f..r the land. When the Isir In tears jetenlay nml asked us If we for the prtsluctluti of broilers, JI Denne and Mrs C. M. Deane. ' heavy master and caj.-ithe gain was r.i n luded he was very much wouldn't use nur liilluence for tho im- Ilrahtna Is In the from rank. The Mi9 Mayme Lee Ballard has been mediate enactment of n law limiting elated. lie hml received film In cash Light Ilrnhma lia been the inot spending several day:) in Lexington tl e grandmothers to an eight-hou- r for his almost worthless ridge day. popular, but the dark llrntimn Is Mr Meadows was pmhahl) asked a turn Just as Kood. Iloth product a Kre.it guest of Miss Mnrguerite Woolfolk. that then b) working all night nmount of bieunt meat, hatlntc lore drtil times In Hi,. n,.t week of what Quality and Service first. Try our with the baby she might uudo the breasts and i;ot width between use he could shilling done In the course of the time make or the the thighs The cock ahuwn la a tlour, feed and field seeds. ' a. I..... .1... I .... t 1. a..l land, but his repllo were not sall-fnlit dark Ilrnhma ncrcuuu. It Is allured that there are more ""' Hudson, Hughes and Furnau. lory to any one owner of Jersey cows In the UnitColumbus (O.) Journal. It was two weeks ed Suits than In all other countries Miss Margaret Uobinson has returned arter the sale und the recording of . combined. large amount of enre nnd attention reHer attractive appearho deisl when he came in from hi home after an extended visit to rela- -' ance and efficiency as a milk and quired fur the baby thicks and then on dally walk one daj with a Value of Work. tives in Indiana, Lexington, Versailles chunk of butter prudueir are the reasons to broiler stag". I bolleie till nppllc the sandstone wrapped In paer lu his for the widespread popularity of the Idleness standing In the midst of and Harrodshurg. Jerrey cow The cow plcrurisl la a jsirtlcularly to the farmers raising hand. That sandstone wa a shine with imattempted task Is always tending Rev J. M. Raker and Mrs Raker. Jersey and has a record of ' Work touches the key to humility. poultry a a side line, who a a class ssvks of gold, and when the stone pounds of butter In one month Messrs G. C. and R. E. Currens of Sal-vis- of endless activity, opens the Infinite, wits cruiubbsl In the lingers there wa j nre our biggest producers, guests Sunday of P r and stands awestruck before the Imweie the Where large size as roasters Is the gold III the ml. Idle of It When It was j L. Cunniigham. and Mrs L. mensity of what there Is to do. I am on Rkluunllk If grain I given them. j object Light ltralimas lead all bloods. tKitinded up Into dust with a mallet Mr Mack Hendren sold his farm near lire we all know the tine, culm, sober The sklmmllk must be gheu warm and the standard weights N'lng: (ick. the most d.iuhtrul n an In Oruftoti lost here containing 171 acres at $115 per humbleness of men who have tried tho milk - pan kept clean. A little ens), twelve pounds: hens, nine and n half tils lurt doubts lage can- be In winter, but enre There was no enil for am one to I acre to Nathon Bogie of Buckeye. Pos- themselves against the tasks of life. must be list fed feeding In this at til si. pounds; cockerels, ten pounds, ami pul-- I ask Mr. Men. lows nhure h picked up It was great In I'aul. und In Luther, session to he given January 1st. lets, eight pounds. Prom birth Uclit that stone liter) one knew that It and lu Cromwell. It Is something that as It might cause a digestive distill j llrahnias nre a desirable fowl for must have tome from the rldge. ' Protracted services will begin at the never comes Into the character, never ance. It must be remembered that when the breeder beiause of their unusual Next morning there were not only ! Methodist church Monday evening, the shows In the face, of a man who has ! butter fnt Is removed from milk the re- stieugtb as compared with many other I went) but am citlreiis who went out 27th. The pastor R. M. Lee will ba not worked. Phillips Brooks. sulting product Is richer in flesh build, breeds, their ability to pick tip n 111 lng lo the gold tields They walketl along assisted by Rev M. S. Clark of lng material than the whole milk. This on range and the ease with which they the sand strew n ridge from the high- - I being the case, the sklmmllk 1 bal- aro handled, this latter due lo their way In the cieek, anil they waded UD Quite a neat little sum was realized anced If thu calf Is fed liberally on docility. They are heaty Nineil ami and dow n the crts-k- . Yes, the gold was corn. at the pie supper Friday evening. The there It was In sight for many feet feather quickly, hi that their sturdl-neTlmo nnd again It has been demon- I promoters being the members of Mrs favors their not huddlliig or tip and down (he creek. strated by our exierlmpiit stations crowding anil smothering to death Eliza H. Ballard's Sunday School class, On getting lack to the tavern Mr ' that commeal constitutes a most satis- J when raised In brooder or after their Meadows would hare gone to hi room The funds being added to the S S. ' factory kind of grain for calves when foster mother have left them or been to write some lmMirtnut letter, but a Treasury. Is used liberally. sklmmllk Ground (nlvcii n way. i rowd detained him, There were quite ' Quite a number from here went to oats, or even whole oats, may be also Tho faun, with It tiulhulled range a number or wealthy men In 'iraflou. Lexington Saturday for the "Wilson Robert II. Hendren, Admr etc. I'ltfs. used to advantage. This grain I richer for the growing biids, ofTcr Ideal con ami they saw a chaui e to add to their In mineral materials, and there R ditions for manning Light ltralimas. VS Parade" and celebra'ion Now that the! wealth The) wanted to ktnitv ir Mr ' Election is over and most of us rejoiced Thos. Hendren, etc. Defts. therefore, some adrnntagc derived On free inuge thev are not Incliiieil to Meadow would form a to'-- l com-- ' that Woodrow Wilson will again be our' 'ls duected by a judgment nd order from couiiHiuinlliig a ration cnmH.c.l lake on llesh rnpldl.i. but they develop I'llll) ami let them subscribe ut least aU' ''" 7,etJ lne "uove-atyltuc partially of oats. If handled rlghtl.t. wonderful bone, frame mid stamina, hair the uipllal If ho wouldn't do President, everyone has settled down tion at the Octobei term, l'Jll!. of the a calf will start to eat when It 1 five Just the things that ale most essential that, would Ik- - sell ilalms along the to the regular routine of busings, a,- - Mh,!,.,,, Ultcuu Couit, the under.lgned to six week old, and lifter that It will for tho fowl that Is lulcmlcd us a iltlae and the .leek? Ill re;!y wa surei of four more years of Peace ai.d will on use grain In considerable ipianlltles breeder or early w Inter roaster for mar ' thai he would think It over. fosnerilv. . -Care shouU be taken to keep Its man ket. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 2oth. When the s'miigcr had wrestled .villi grr clean and sweet, nml this means Rev. J. M. Raker of Salvisa gave a It bum h of bird are to I e lattenis', If Ills thoughts he ailed III III. most' l -- uuul 11 u'ciouk A. .il., &eil lo tlie that no more grain should !e fisl than very interesting lecture on "Temper al Inglitst and oest Old Jci, on llle prem-lee- s will bo consumed there nnd then. The for market they nn l.e uirded and prominent . aizons ami said ' housed at some tonvenlcnt place where 1 lierelliaftei dcacriu the Methodist church Sundav ance" at ol Ir.ct No. 'Iiiillonioii. I have gone over this calf Is dainty In Its taste, nnd unless It Is easiest for the teisling and wnler mjruiiig. The services were under ti.e nl, ttie following ptoperly wincli u thing it IiuimIiisI time. Some of you n little cure I eeriseil In this matter lug. When I iitril lo . It. llei.dieo, deceased; it comes m )niibng thorn n want a stock ioiiipaii.v. and some of auipices of the W. C. T. U. in nbser It I apt to be stuuteil In lis giowth Is plenty high. acres o! The ion want to buy claims Jiact No 1. I have con vance of llie World's Temperance hun-d.t- Kiihaville, in ..I.uiim.ii county, mud near and every stockman know that there three foot feme scrap from the table mled with coin Kuntuc Itided to sell claims, and the owner Quite a large crowd was present hj on we tticniiiuiiu and" hirksvllle I not much profit In handling a stunt mcul and sour milk will put on fat nt n mi do what they like with the oro 1 to hear Mr Baker, and all -- njuu-d hint I'lUe. ills tlact Was ucipincU by W. oil fiirm animal of any kind. surprising rate and give these faturcd ukeu out. I don't know how the gold follows; very much. Special musie was also a 11. lleuUieii by (ieeile, fowl ti lltu or that is not to be beiiten run. 1 have seen only Just vvl. it you tl) ll s Iruin ,i VVi.eiiidii. s No nets) to go to the trouble of unionfeature of the service. MrsJ.C FARM BUTTER. J.ii,mn uth, iblo, recorded have seen. Von will have to go It Deeil izing Light llrnhnm tockerels, for they and Mrs J. Hogan Ballard singuig 15joi II, pugc Z'M; (2) If, acresin blind, and su will I from J. make i, i guar dust "Twas Rum 'liial S'joiieil .V.y .il. Rille it al, Junuuiy 2ml VJM, tu Could Easily De Made of Higher Quali- will icuch ten pound normally at el'.'Ul antees." a months und can be pushed to twelve coideii In Deed Boo Gl, ajje J5ti; J) Boy." ty Than the Creamery Product. It wa understood that ever sale lfi ajren fiom Rodes anil others. There Is no ic.ison In tho world w hy and fourteen pounds under fatnrnhlc should be for nisli dow n. and the ihssl Mr J. Harvey Dean was given u May II. Kill', in Deed Book' the farmer cannot make butter of conditions. beautilul surprise dinner on Tuesday 75, page 6U2. Kggs are a problem on oior.i faun, were to Ik- deliicrcd on the spot higher quality than made It Nov. liilh, ut his home near here. Tract No. 'Ml acres of land if creamery, according that N. . nt the and here the Light llrahuui shine ilur ' The render should be ptcpiircil to to Olson. uu the was in e:ebrution of his seventy eightn Madison county, Kvntucki. lng those winter month when ever.v hear that when the inoirow and tho ot liarden lirui.ch of Si'vcr InstriKtiir In dilry hiisliaudry In the other bicisl -- almost -- lequlies spts lallj mo tion there were at Itil.t 6U) liirthdar and was arranged by his two waters and Elk the Klrksville Creek on und Ken- Kansas Mtnte Agtleultiiial college. If egg to le people on the spot 0 iiighters. Mrs Carter Sellers und Mrs tucky Unci The f.nmer can keep hi cie.im In couslriictisl quarieiH bicisl iIik-- suienot to The llrst ohiil f claims sold for Only lijs nearest relulivcs t lias Dean. Ti. et N i. 3. 77 uere of l.i.,il on the eu'cllcnt coinlltloii, while the cream-cryuia- n foithcomlug. This The second lalin was the one quire pampeiiug nnd the f w.-r-e Iheie and it whs h most enjO)uble water of Back Creek, ill tjarrard ha little control our the less of It the; have the umie eg-,- ' the) uet to II. nml It sold for almost a Ke:-.tueami being the same cream he buys; heiic-the fanner's lay. Their small pea iiiiiibs occasion. The color echeme wus pink lointy. inttoli ms the tlrst. The la-- t two claims land uie luiper Lear, anl white The table was lovel) in iu Lear convejed to John W. II. Dennis, butter should top the market. lulls to the oldest weather, and then were looatisl In the bed of the i i.nd Peter Lear by rip dn-- I making of go il The lirst step hi the ' appointment with a cel.terpiece if Lower by detd ol Junnaiy l.t 18i'H. u-mammoth finuies. well covered ami alttiotiitli no gold show is there. butter Is the production of clem mill; cushioned with uu iihlliidiiuio ui' fo.it I. pink ui.d white ciioaanlhelnums ai.U cold d 1 the olli ? of the cieti. of ti.tr Of nurse the whole thing wi a If milk contains no pulrofu' live or ers, uto Ideally built for withstanding niuk D.ed II u,k 7.. on il tut liven claim btt.vei-- wa tttu Urge cukes with seventy cig.u rind Cotiniy Coint gas funning bacteria butter can be cold weather. up tit an earl) hour neM linn nine and ' caudles and boA Is of pilot and while page 475 1 f.. from liee tiuets of lalul uill till iiivmvwiI ,.t...,1n, .ul ttbl. I. l ' If he did not wield a plik or a i niukir lil'nts. As tile guest entered the Uti.-in- g before the sale und may be, in the dis- odors and which will not putrefy If himself he bad lilrt-i- l one or two men room the candles were lilltid cretion of the undersigned or at the Examine the Rooitl. proper precaution ate taken Willi ttie Many u potiliiymaii sav, "There to wink for lilui In the midst of the of plainliirs' counsel, ollered first cream und with the butter after It Is very elfective and beiiutiful making a la iiaicel and then us who've. All of Isn't u chicken louse on my plate." turmoil the stranger setthsl his bill at scene. Tho menu contisted of luiiu-y- , packed. it i;nle nf. churned and fine, strong land, when he has never leully lookt-- 1 at his the hotel and disappeared, taking with in ham, oysters, salads and all the deiUles ford a very ununuul and its opmrtunitv to birds carefully tnoiigh to know If hint man) IIioiimiiiiI dollar. of the season, nicely served by the two ,rchjse high-clas- s land ut Judicial sale. .Meadow wa. never heard or any as a Cow Feed, Turnips ) our eye uie poor put on some glasse gracious hostesses, asststeil uy aim.' ro.sosslon will be given Januiry 1st, Turnips huto a tlUtliut tendency to that magnify und look ugalu. Then more Two or Ihtee dii)s after he had Norman (irow and Mrs Hogau Balbirl wnn! tainting milk when fisl to cows. get busy. Sotiiu poiiltiyimn sliu.ild lie dliippeiiicd some or lite "ore" wa as. TERMS Mr Dean was the recipient uf iiijnjr This Is tiufoituiiate. for turnips are compelled to spend a few nights In a ayed b.v one competent to do It. and he wa not long In declining that the All sales will be on a credit uf twelve easily grown, jlcld lurgely, are pal "buggy" bed, Purm und Plreslde. presents and seemed to thorough!) . i gold was pi city good biuss. jov the love and thoughtfuluess ol m, months, purchasers to extcute bonds atablp. and cattle do well feeding upon feeding Most of tho ridge I there )c:. and '"vuriiy a in secured by them. They are excellent for re stives on this occasion. Tlioso Ilios The Hen's Dath. liens retained on lli'J land, the bonds to dry slock and joiiug stuff, hut they lite sheep wnudcr aioitud as of )ore. ent were; Mr and Mrs Allen Demi f The dust lull li should be roomy und There were no suicide ami no six per cent interest from date of should be used sparingly for feeding nit est. Junction City, Mr and Mrs Morris Deuu sn'o cows giving milk. They may bo fisl In constantly renewed, since It miy get Iliiiflnn slmpl.t swallowed the fraud of Boyle Co, Mr and Mrs Thus McOruw J. J. OREKNLEAF, limited amount by feeding them lui full of Ike or vermin. Any good, sized ami kept a quiet us possible over It, CI It should l low but the next stritnger that comes along mediately after milking and having Ihix may tone. of Danville, Mesdaines Clinton Dean, Master Commissioner. Eliza Morris, Newton Morris, Irvine At tile same time and place us above, the ulr In the milking burn free from though for the fowl easily to get nltli a dlicovcry to sell will have to roomy enough for them to titii and Dean, Lizzie Carter, M. II. Dean, Robert II. Hendren, udinitiistrator, will all odors oilgliiatlug from the ttiriiln have wings to fly nut of that town milking period flitter and d.ist themselves freely. iiheud of a mob Messrs Kvarelt and Sherman Dean, dipnsrt of the personal property of the nt IbIh W II Hendren. Mi and Mrs Mclvm Dean and son, iir and Mrs 11. L. Elder, Mr and Mrs Andrew Watts, Mr und Mrs Hard. n Carter, lu Mr und Mrs Albert Dean and tun Way. lie, Mr and Mrs Catter Sellers und daughter, Mr and MrsCliaileinan Dean, Mr and Mrs Sam Farle all of Jet.su mine county, Mr and Mrs Alex Dean, Mr and Mrs Hogan Ballard, Mr and diss Dean und family, Mr and Mrs Norman Grow and son, Mr and Mrs Virgil Scott of GarrsrJ county. $1,000.00 NOVEMBER in PRIZES Youngsters Must Os Fed Liberally ts Prevent Stunted Growth. The average stockman I In a holler position to glie calves the tight khrd of rare In the spring than in the fall, and Jet In spile of this thousands of cnlvos nre dropped In the fall, the ma. Jorlly of which take it luck during tho winter, writes n correspondent of Profitable I Every night positively the best phoI to plays the market affords WITH MUSIC DeLUXE I Be sure and see the SHIELDING SHADOW I SATURDAY NIGHT. iii n v i I 1:1 PATHE'S GREATEST. W. 0. HISNEY. Director and 8 THE REX, F. A. OGDEN, LESSEE. Funeral Embalmer. Kentucky. nnmil'i Owning several theaters we arc able to show the best. 5 and 10 cents ndmhslon. I tl) ZHZ DC DC Lancaster, ,. Bryantsvllle. The Greatest of All Tonics and System Builders. No one kn ws the vuliie of HEALTH better than the one who is to'ing it Ihro'igh di'i ae The maker of it thing knows fti, lis (Jul best what that thing needs in the way of repair tuade the huriinti body he liest what vve nerd for repairs when attacked bv disease. That is why ) on lllsl in )our Bible, referet ces to the "Roots nod Herbs of tin nVM that shall heal the natlni s '' Before the days of Inliitl. alien. Ilospilnls. Imane As)l-utns- , Prisoi s pe 'e wt re well, healthy, long lived nnd lilippv. Theie was to "appi talicHis" lo "leakng limrta" no ovarian troubles" no "lloatn g ktdi.e.vs' no "heart fulltiie" nti "ojern-tiousor cutting, whtllltn aed liel"g awav the precious orgiitis Wh) ? Be of the l o ly thnt tied gsvr btimao bring to KEEP cause people urd (IihI's mi dlclues, Root ami I let lot ami kept well. You are the mine human being to day as were tluon- - ef the past, what kept thtm well n"d rurril their (lifelines will do the same for ti t. si's word and natures law are immutable, honest and tru. This limit COM--CEL-SAR r r nAr """ Is Roots nnd Herbs, pure, sweet, flesh, wholesome. Three licxes cost tl 00. makes three full quarts of medicine ami the heiut) of it all is. it costs you nothing if it falls. Stomach, Liver. Bowel Iliad ler. Kldtiry disease have bren cured In innumerable Instances, r why nerd )oil fear, you who Vt u can get read this' Try COM CEL SAIt ami be convinced it from STORM ES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. II Dakoto 37i-31 Jack-White-Mo- on West Broadway LOUISVILLE. KY 11 II ""I ' If Check I Draw A COMMISSIONER'S SALE 0FLAND. for the money yimove und note how much more res pectfiilly )niir cmiitnrtt rr They like to do L'uril you titisinusM with a innn who lins mi iitTOtint nt the Girrard Bink & Trust C. They know he ts doing business in a busiress like way Better open such an account even if our alfalrs are imt large, they will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company p METAL SHINGLES 'pierooffo sforf with " ana iMxiufjtul. IN 'i 1 ; . 1 TJicy fasf v Jfcfimc. never Jcak, arc stormproof I'l l.kV .v .v J'or I 1 u.jsis 1krrrern irirn rm nnnt ixjcruia .!. Sai' by Knoling Co. I'hilmlH.iliiii. Pa. Ian ill Coiitrncitirs or Ci'riiif.lit 5U North :tril street l. raTStss:ss- - Thorouolibred Sheep. have 50 Thoroughbred Southdown Ewes and two Premium Bucks will sell worth the money. Will sell 25 with buck or as a whole. I Iii in I 1 Hi lnr "l""' I 1 li! MEADOW BROOK STOCK FARM. Prop. I I A. I). BRADSHAW, Stanford, Ky. R. F. D. No. 4 waVJ I ft i When you come to TOWN TODAY and put THAT be sure in your pocket FOR US WW Us That $ The Central Kecord, Thursday Nov 16, 1916. t cue main uoaro or valuation stressed whisky at 112 the barret, the same as last year. This yields an anKENTUCKY NEWS nual revenue to the state of appro!-Iiatel- y $K,n,)00. CUT TO THE QUICK The Workmen's Compensation Hoard passed on 107 ilalms, Including FOR BUSY READERS three permanent disability claims. The full amounts allowed by law were Riven to the estates of (labo Johnson, killed In flip Stfrnlpht PreeL rniiitintiv'i .las. J : !! (X for flr.t"rn years nilno; James Henry Mutters, killed In , ,,, ,,r the (" .rt of Ap- tho Wlnslow company Beargcnn mines, and llnh- i. pen.s. rile. homo Im Frankfort ert Smith, killed In the llond Jel- of heart OVcar. , rnm,,anj. The I'm, K. i.iu.ky Ht .. Knlr net-The Court of Appeals refused lo dl-ea prollt of I am, lln lo the Xwh the K.ofl xerdlet abtalned l,v llnanrlal slateire. t suhmltied by flee-- , Amos l.wlle ncalnst Harry Walters, W. J. (lKh to the Slnto Hoard relary o,ef of,, the Klre l)eparmetil nt Van of AKrleiilture. 1.nr Kn )l(,M lha, ,hp Tor the Urn lime In ninnv monlhs dated Coal Company v.as In nowt-no sulfide was ,.iordfd In Louis; llle liable for the "shower hath" rivn to durliiK Octoh- There weio 2."i Leslie by Wnlteis In Van Lear In Se, t deaths ami :;i births In the city. 191:1. Leslie, white walkltn down the persons died a lo!cnt death, street, was spiltdcled Lv Wallers, four of whom were Jndt-- o lllley of ixInRton dees The Snuth'nterii Ketituiky Ilental not bellee that a woman and her bus Association 1 eld lis sei.,1 annual meet- - hand should be separated, lie evl IliK at l'adiiinh mi l deeldi-to cstab- - denred this in polhc rourt, when Mrs llsh n system of training In tho public Kannle Kelly fared him on a charge schools C)f lti.1t (! tlofl III Ilip rnrn flf nf l.lf-rtll-ll V Shn nlil tw.r finlv iii'in. j the tilth. of support a her who was "orkhoi's". "I d- n't believe a "I'nile lluld" Calloway died at his ln home at fno. near Munfordvllle lie ,,ian "d Ms wife should bn so iarat ou msy Join hi in had readied the advance) use of OS ''!." e said. He leaes four sons and three claiiRh-- , lhc"' f,,r ,l,l"v days." C.uaranteed milk for Lenlustnn Is ters. thirty grandchildren and thirty- a probability within re.-- h of effo.ts three great grandchildren. now lelng I'Ut forward l.v the lie ,,. The Louisville and Hall- ' mem of Health, aicori' ,g to the he ... , ' " Mn"lrc. Its hi id. States Dlstrlet Court In Louisville J ! l" , (inestlonlng the .onstltutlonalltyofthe "I13' ,mB "'vo!c1. om elve hv htm stem " ''."'T.' reeently enacted Adamson elxht-hou- r law" for railroad tmpN.jes. f"c 1,18 llf rariiueni n.iuai tho purity of the supply. A Lcm N'olen. 20. Deputy Sheriff of ""l--- ' Perry County, was shot and almost In- nl"V1"" "a'l,:"' ,!,),":,, muM "a" l n,s a" "lllk ttantly killed by a negro whom ho sought to arret.t. As Nolen fell he fol,l"",l"a l"ht aml h"r fired, fatally Injuring one of the lie- a ,,w'h, "rearrested In I nuls-Igroes. Nolen formerly lived In llreath-- , M Vllle. i barged with the murder if Her Comity W It. Cowan, who savs he desened mE" "l",hl- - an "'letiinn. win. was "'" ' a'!i rccontlv. Stotles told bnr i ,i ..rt.A- by members of the family were to the to authorities at Lexington. He said was """ 11 n he wanted to go back to Norfolk and " ' "la' .' . nern ourgiar. ro.irc ueierniinect rejoin his company In the marine ' nniiini; " Cowan Is a resident of Crab coriis nt hum' uv n imncii ui it ii'tiii.cr, Orchard, l.ineolii enmity by I lei lit. In an abandoned well on rwenty-foiiludentsi)f high schools .. "if premises of the llecht home it, .if.f.w.r Snfrl" In'iulry Intn the eoal hold- Professor 11 II Crochter head of tho MarU'elte and Mich- Department of Animal Husbandry of !"cs " ,,lr " ,( cn,1raI was ""O'1 ,1Pl rar . the fnlverslty of California, visited h ' '"I Lexington and Inspected the big stock T Louisville. A'secret paper, imrported farms around that i It) been etredlated among ship..r . .,,it r,t " All lt,m,.ni ' l,y,oa' 1,r"1"'"- N. 'I trainmen and hrcmen of the 1. ,1,al lJu" on l,0',s along these lines railroad was averted wh-- n Milton II. nc,,, " "oal Smith. President of the road, agreed i Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed nowadays. It reflects pood taste anil ,at once creates a favorable imprcsMon. CARDS. 'Hiau-..,.nDlioltttil- ),t Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Oflice at Itaieev Lancaster Veterinai Suieon and Dontist. s Livery ,,,. Stable. Kentucky ,., Suppose you come and see the rronj Seautiful samples we have and get our prices. !'f Central Record. County Court Dajs. ItichmoniJ. 1st. Mondat. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. IlarrodshurK, 1st. Monday, Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford. 2nd. Monday. Sheluyville. 2nd. Monday fi. V. II.i. Fllr. Momiw, armliintf Oit Ichu. rl ! lloMCIn.ctii.c-- J J.E.EDWARDS, W.D Phone 391-- BUCKEYE, KY. The greatest coffee maker in the world" If he doesn't call you this it is your own fault A million women enn tell you thnt with them, the coffee problem is a thinj; of the past, thnt every morninp their coffee makes the whole brenk-fuseem entirely different, satisfying, starts the day right for all. st Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monde;. Lavvrcncebure, 3rd. Monday Nicliolasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterline. 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. GeorKetown. 3rd. Monday. I.ANCASTKR. 4th. Monday Winchester, Ith. Monday. Monticello. 1th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. M. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentuck v I). Like these womcn,you will end your search for the right coffee the moment he tastes Arbuckles'. Make up your mind to begin today to give your husband the benefit of their experience. Give him a chance to call you the preatest coffee maker in the world. When you see how enthusiastic he is over the flavor of Arbuckles' you will know why it has solved the problem of over a million women why it is by far the most popular coffee in Americu todayl .,n.ii i,... "'" ti. 'f ''' ' "e "'' The undersigned hereby pve warn 'nK t0 H" persons not to trespass upon Veterinary Surgeon. our lands lor any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful incinnnti Veterinary ,st extent of th- - law. Hunters and Graduatf College. Fishermen especially take notice. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. 11. h. Elkin Ed & N II Price v. It. Cook. Mrs. IteheccH .1. West. II. 0. Arnold. James G. Conn, POSTED; c M . Paint Lick. John II. Casey, V.fl. i When Office Over National Hank. na vnmr iiuuiurii, u. II. IUHU). Uesidence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 llllioru UUgllCS, .11, OI near lllcllmond, who was supposed to have been J. C. Kiesbv. John Richardson, immediate relea.e of coal cars bv LANCASTEH. KY. J. II. Woods. "borrowing" lines and the return of urlei1 therc a fow wocks aK- - walk011 A. C. Miles. Jno. M. Farra. the e.Ulimeiit to the lallroads owning 1,1 10 hls bonlr a few' lIaya aR0- - hcartv J. II. Thompson, " ""R"0" nai1 Ieft for 01llu II. L. Kelly. David Steven. them was ordered by commissioner aml wel1' several weeks ago Shortly afterwards Frank Thompson. Charles C. .McChord at ibe Intolrv lng conducted In Louisville Into the ,ho, boUjr of a nlan was fo,"ul on ,llc U. M Anderson. j. H. ?homS ' , cue resemu ui mini.-- , car shortage situation b the Inter-- . "" , 1VI Sutton .. im and Ed Iiourne. . lane., eanteil Chi. Ir, l.otlnin ;; ' " "Let; your porter j:" : 8on- - iue 1"esiion now is::ZC, Mrs- - J- - Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar on' of Ja II; gone " a8 tl,e ma '" burle'lr' VB ,:Umm,n9' to Unilsvlllr. was scribbled on a piece Wm. Lear. ' the afatr until he 'Jerry Hland. of paper left by a burglar who entered Knew to close out at cost. money. stop rou i W. S. FerRUson, HKici: is a coon place John Tatum. returned home. a drug store In Lexington. The cash register was robbed and some of the' Jon" 1:- Madden, noted turfman, and 'Mrs Emma IIiininbotham. LOUISVILLE HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, KY., Main St., between and We will add other names for 2i)Cent goods taken Henry Da. Is. former por- - ''oul8 lles l'Kets. leading business ter at the store. Is In Jail charged nian aml rluuman. were In ailjolnlng cash. 'I lie Only Hotel in I.initvillf Operated on lln American Mini European Plans. with robbing the store some time ago. tha'rs In a Lexington barber shop last Phone MERHAN I'l.AN ICiHima without I tat hut with Hot and Cold Running Water. a OHice Hours nicy were dls- A forest lire, which burned for four ""'"rsuay morning. 229. T.' Room. single. t (U itli per dav ; 2 people, $2.00 each. "Why It's $20 davit, destroved between four and five cU8dnK the election. Mi Rooms single, 2 M) imt day; 2 people. 2. 25 each. .... siiuare miles of timber in the Man- - ,0 -- : c'"s """ Hughes will get the M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler 50 Front Rooms . . single. 3.00 per da ; 2 iieople, 2.50 each. exclaimed Madden. "I'll iilngtou nelgblKirhood. in north Chris- - decision," ' Risnins with Private Hath: Train Schedule At Lancaster, ky. Only desperate work kept a 1,11,0 ,nat 1,c'." salJ tlcs I'oKnets. ex- tlan Doctors Of Denial Surgery. piece to 50 Rooms ... suitflv. :I.(h) per dn ; 2 people, 2.75 each. number of farmhouses from being 'ending a twenty-flvo-ron- t consumed. fill Rooms single. 3.5'J per da ; 2 people. .').( 0 each. Office. 'torinr Hnlldlneovri Unci .1 Autlei ... Italn choked the tiro and Madden, who quickly accepted the wa- Attmvn. put It under control P". It was agreed that the two bar- nii . iirtiMurc; Htoce. EUROPEAN I'l.AN. Room willmut Until hut with Hut and Cutil Running Wat it. The Hetail (irocers' Association In lcrs no wcr0 "having them should' 7& Rooms single, II.WI per day; 2 people. $11.7.1 each. KENTUCKY ... (Without .VciL at Kichmon LANCASTEH. 1 niii.i-H- i .i c.A ...in, .n. have an eoual division nf the s?0 i,B single, 1.00 per day; 2 people, 1 00 each. 50 Itoomi Susan Kennedy, 4.". jears ,d, "dth I. & N to Frankfort 4: l.ouuville; fight The ascwla.lun has appointed' CO Front Itoomi finale, 1.50 per dn ; 2 people, 1.25 each. No 71; 8:33 a. m. n committee to determine ir the action was f"nd dead In her bed with her Rooms mill Private llntlr "" "J"'1?'.1' at of the Kentucky Milk Producers Asc Il0.m. I Tu Iowland & Stanforj connectinc single, 150 per dav; - peO le, 1.2.1 each. W Rooms vllle. Neighbors responded to frantic elation nas violated the poling law." at Rowland. Li-- N to all .mints S,,.h "ingle. &IM per da ; 2 people, 1. Ml each. Ml Rooms through Its com cried inovenieti tci rot cans oi iiouert Kennedy, m, tier bus- - on the suniilv of milk from disirlbn. band. There Is only one bed at th No2S; 11:01 a. m. Kennedy home, and this had been oc- THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Corner Sixth and Main Sts., European Plan Only. ters. To Richmond, connecting with L & The encacenunt has annnnn.nl eupled bj Kennedy, his wife and their m . r..!n. .r. iieattyv.iie . Lexington IConm Without llath. Jl.m and up. Rooms With I'nvnle Hath. $1.50 an I up. son. John Kennedy Is & of Robert Worth Illngham of Louis- Cincinnalii Middlesboro & Knoxville. in town. iikst r- - i " un,,i. , ,u ..i a i. vine, onre mayor ot tile city and later " J"'" ""-- ' walk to the LnimvitN' Hotel and the Old Inn are located in tin.' vholes.ile district and only a three-Mock'- s Kennedy told Tin' No7o; ii:.wh. m. Chancellor of the .letTerson Circuit elaiins he Is Innocent 1,0 aml 1,01,1 pU'l't s0" To Itichmcmd. connectinc with fast retail district and theatres. Court, to Mrs. Henry M. Flagler, wld- - thc I,ollce PhlOX. anu iney neani no noises uur- - train to Cincinnati. ow of Henry M. Flagier. cine of tin, When Kennedy anoke '"B llie nl'-'l-l, founders of the Standard oil enmpanv. Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, EvcrytliinjJ for Orclmrd. Lawn nnd No 27; 2.t't p. in. aTOU? his wife and found who left an estate e.Mlmated at MO.- - ,1C ,rlei1 ner Jpad The boj's story corroboGarden. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon ' euo.otio to his widow. Judgment for Hie sum of lii sir, rates his father's. Junction to Elizabethtown & Howling Write for free CtitnloHtte. -No Ajlts The mUwo ot the orJ and" In Iho O Railway Company .gainst the I. CWni and Bt lallstmvn Junction to was ciitereu in tne .lenerson Till ,"" j ...i- " HanLtciwn ' Snntheld. ' Court In the trial of .1. II. Taylor. ,' I Court. The amount repiosents on.ltt- rr-- r & Sons. nvletcd of the murder of Frank i) ed taxes for nine years past mi rolling p. m. No '. may save Taj lor from servlnR ' Lexington. Keiitucky III kto.k and fiau.hlso which the railroad Sumner i tI To ated. Ineul .conneCtini; with fast claimed exempt. If defeme being that a llf'' '"'nrc in the penitentiary. ram StuforJ ,V Atl,,nla-Ines-- i to l,r,8to1 lyiir fiK'"' In Sumner's It was engaged In an Interstate bus-luM -- death, took place at a political meeting ''"lakkl County In 1M.V The Court AIS lt..tid Issues fat in ably toted Includ-:1- " HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. ed 2i.iiv0 Impioteii'cnt of the water lntructcI the Jury that unless it necessary and for Versatile.: lin.oi'ii fora light ll"c'1 ""' K1I""K This Agreement Witnesseth; That plant at Murray : Sin.Ouo Tor itater- - "?'l'ed that Tajlor thought that It was 1.1 iirH.1. All Orders Kuti'c l'minnl AiUiilltin I'.u.ms XVM in order to pmtect tho game on our works and light plain at Olive Hill, "feessary to kill Sumner to save his 1,0 ""''"'d luuds for a period of three years vve fmn.l guilty. and Tor 10 separate Improvements nt llft' "ord 'and" "at bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor An iiidliation of progress Tlu" F iCCIDKNTtJksiCIvNKSS 1'ovlr.s'tnn I'ave been Used in this con wa colcivl In '""'d I"" bv t tic adoption permit nnjbodv else to do to, and we SHOULD 5Ul)ULMY STIUKIi incctlon. and therefore otdered a new ol a 2iio.ono bund Issue for siln-o- l further agtee to prosecute with dill HOW I Ait IS Till!: DOCTOR ? ?? Iniprovemeiits. for Tavlor j Irlal gence all persons who violate the game 11 ' estlmatcHl that thousands of Norlh-hour.The armv laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our In !fU.'l"ii I'nlte.l suite Ins beenruerultlns .Ki'iU'uky women, imludlng many In at IcmiIsUI e asked to lands for the purpose of hunting. Ana he is in ami viiltilty. "roll" ror the No. 10 Cincinnati Express, Bbl In tho wot k of so. urtns recruits fur daily 4:30 u.m we further agree to act as Deputy the Kenttiiky national guard whlili , rndless chain sclieuie of tho faker at room. Uume Wardens fur the purpose of enr- Minneapolis, Spe- Minn, who offered to No. 4- about relief sli.ntr.iolvcJ :t,oeo nun. The requeiii STOP AT THE wus cial, dally 0:03 n.m rViK out this agreement. Except each in u .Humiliation from,101"1 a guaranteed JI..10 pettlioat for dead-lettefrom life saved. Arc the cAvarlmcnt or tie east. C.oteuior's ,a llmu- 'rll office at No. '.'8 Illue (irnss Special, f u I'ave the right to kill rabbits mi Islai.d. N V.. by Major John llctttlc WaihlnKton. U. C, has recelted over .vou going to "r "" r permit it to be done by daily except Sun..,(l:0S n.m .. .u.uu eacu . . who i i c ,, another under our nr th, day a tele- Istlllenas euarge or ine station at Lou-- 1 l'"" "Vir luiniumu al Will .lj I II I It' dally 7:00 n.m ' "'pervisiori of some responsible and home? hi Howies, .".u. farmer of nrar apolln. Many of thchO were tent by John Kentucky women, who no doubt aro No. fi- - Local Express, daily 1:35 p.in ' reliable person selec'ed by us. llopklr.atlllp, killed Ills wife and This November 15th, 1915. Why James Aldrlge. ;ln, mil then awaiting for 'heir petticoat and won- No. 2- Cincinnati Limited. daily 5:20 p.m R. L. Elkin. committed julii'e. Mis. Ilonles had dering why they don't come. Instead cost is J. E. Robinson, woman No. 12 Itoynl Palm, daily . .5:37 p.m Jn0. Tiled suit for divone. hut recently 3f getting the petticoat, ccu-l- i Karru, W. II. Urown, to you-pricele- ss. South-bounwlthliew- It. Ilcmlcw Hied live ptsjol will reecho from Washington her w. . Durtun. Alex Walker. shots Into her b.i.ly Then he rndo dime lucluicil In a coin cut elope. It Is No. 5 Locnl Express, lluselden llros.. Drop n card today to to llopktnstllle and slew Aldrlgo with rsllmated this petticoat fake will cost T. A. Elkin. daily 11:05 a.m J. II. Dalton, K. M. Tinder, the Coteriimciit 2S,000, figuring cost Iloiv-I-- a hliotgiin as he insn from btvl. EUKOPEAN PLAN. No. 11 Roynl Pulm, dailyNU:30 a.m. John II. Smith. Logan Hubble. '.io.lt was found with a pistol but-Ic- . sf returning the dimes, clerical help, Na 1 New Orleans Llm. TELEPHONE j. N. Ro, O. M. Dejhon, Itc. In his head. ' 11:35 a.m. FUher Herring, Ited, dally II. II. Cox. COMPANY t No. 13 Carolina .Special, Hughes Uroa, J. W, Sneenev. , daily 10:15 p.m. Withers Hros. representaW. M. Mahan. No. 3 Spc- William, Marcus uud Jim White. call tell you Fiiiu'Diuinri Kooin with Excellent Service- and Low 11:35 p.m.1 II 1". Wilniot. clal, dally J. U. Pope. to have how No. 9 Spe- Mcets Tniins. Turkish niul Hlec-tri- e FndJ. Conn. Mrs. David Chenault, Price. Tree Anto-Uti- s in cial, daily 11:52 p.m.(J. V. Elmoie, W. It. Cook, Ilnths, No. 27 Blue (Jrn!s Spe- It. C. Rankin, Huffman Ilros. clal, dally except Sam Cotton, Write fur Reservations. Wm. G. Anderson. Sunday, arrives.. 8:16 p.m. T. M. Arnold. Jr, W. II. Mo Year In Advance. For rates, routes and information It. K. Henry. GKEENBERG, Manager. Jno. M. White., call upon or address M. J. Cough! In, A. 1). llradthaw. llright Herring. guarantee jou best service. agent; 'p'10 Kentucky. It. L. llarker. Scott Hutriuan Medllllon Arbuckle Bros, have the largest coffee roasters in the world. Every day they roast enough coffee to supply your entire, county for u week. -- "'" "" " a.lon. The an thes" ';'"" rZo ds'w" "' j. i.onc nro3 "' Sutton. aIl(J Hnd W. S. Weaver V. T. West j J. S. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR "r Three Brown Mauley CULTIVATORS to little !T " 6th 7th. G. C. COX, Manse.Ky ... ... L. & N j9--r- eatinc place Fruitand Shade Trees Shrubs. Grape Vines, nnuoaro. Asparagus, RoseSf PeOllieS TREES Proprietors. Jacob SchulzCompany Fine Cut Flowers For Occasions. i iH.F.Hillenmcyer 'sn (KIY1 - - Time Table. Danville, Ky. Win. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. !' Southern Rail Road. Gait House In Louisville. With a telephone your home the next This menus promptasaistance, pain, let another goby without phone your takes chances? trifling the The service BASH i'"ti"e ci.. f..i . - j, GOOD ROOMS FOR $1. PER DAY. J. J and have a tive and little it costs your a telephone house. Western Electric The Cezzzval Record $1.00 Per Lancaster, I'lorldu Telephones r Fashionable The Central Record, Thursday Nov 16, 1916 Serge ANNUAL NOVEMBER SALE THE HUB, Danville. Dainty Apparel & For The Little Folks, Keduced. Silk Dresses REDUCED Our entire stock of nearly 200 of (he most fashionable newest fall dresses, of silks and silk serge combinations, in the newest pleated and belted styles, braid, embroidery Begins FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17th and continues for two weeks. Our entire stock including the season's very newest and best ready-to-weclothing for Men, Women and Children in an almost endless variety of styles, colors, fabrics and sizes will be placed on sale at remarkable price reductions. You save big money by attending this sale. All Ready-MaClothing Greatly Reduced. ar de Fashionable coats and dresses for little (I and 8 to I I years. Hundreds of newest couU of plushes, ror duroy, Zolmlincs, chinchillas, velours and mix tures, reduced to girls, from 2 to $1.98, 2.75, 3.95, 5.00, . 6.50, $8.50 These coats are splendid values nt f.l. to and beaded trimmed nt most unusual reductions. Included are extrn large sizes for stout women. The prices nre now f 12. Dainty trimmed nil wool serge dresses, for girls, 0 to 11 ycur sizes nt $1.98, 2.98, 3.75, $5.00 EXTRA SPECIAL $4.95, 7.50, 9.75, 12.50 Several Hundred fast $17.50 Sensational Bargains color washable pcrcal and gfnghum school dresses for girls; 2 to (I nnd 8 tojTl year sizes, extraordinary values, nt SOcts nntl H8cts. in Unparalled Values in Women's and Misses Millinery Pattern and Trimmed Hats. One table of more than CO silk velvet trimmed hats and fine untrimmed shapes sold up to $3.00, reduced to $1.95 $5.00 and $6.00 trimmed hats $2.75. $7.10 and $8 00 trimmed duced to $3.ys. $10.00 and $12.00 pnttern ing this sale $5.00. Smart Fall & Winter 6oats Appropriate For Every Occasion. of the newest and handsomest coats, of all Waul Vrluirs, More than Hroadcloths, Vicunas, Swede Cloths, Mixtures. 1'laiiN, Silk Vr'ours ami Silk Flushes in loose, flaring and belted models, with l.irge cape collars and Itixunius fur trimmings, sizes and models becoming and suitable for all tpes and figures at substantial price reductions. 5lK) Special Offerings from our Dry Goods and Dress Goods Newest re- Fall Suits. Department. Fort) inch silk Kplin, In all the lead ing shades, per yard 9Sct. Over 100 piece of all kinds of silks, including plain shades, taffetas, satins, fancy plaids and striped patterns, at 59c. 85c. 98c. $1.50 aod$1.85 per jd. Values up to $3 00 per yard. Over twenty pieces plain and fancy plaids and checked dress goods, values 75c per yard. Very special during this sale, per yard 45c. Over 100 pieces of newest fall dress ginghams and Iwokfold cheviots, guarper yard anteed fast colors, worth special 11 hats, hat?, dur- Our stock comprises more than GOO of the season's newest suits, of pure I'oplini, Gabardins, Serges, Hroadcloths and Velours, modeled in the newest belted flare and Norfolk styles, with large self and velvet collars, plain tailored and handsomely trimmed. Suits for all sizes and types of women, from the miss size up to the large women of 55 Inch bust measure, in slender all the newest shades of the season, including several shades of blues, browns, greens, plums, burgandy and black. Note the extraordinary bonaflde price re ductions: $18 and $20 suits Up to $12. nil wool mixture, plaid $40. nnd $15 rich silk plush nnd and cloth coats, re- H H ducedto Finest imported pattern hat and Gage and Fisk hats, told up to $18.00 reduced to $C.50 and $7 50. EXTRA SPECIAL-Mo- ro than 10 dozen untrimmed silk velvet hats in a variety of shapes, sold up tu $2 50, reduced to $1.00. Misses and children's hats, reduced to 60c, 98c. $1.50 and $1.95 Very finest silk plush coats, fur nnd mole CQC CC did wearing coats re- 7C O trimmed, reduced to vpJj.vJU duced to These coats formerly sold up to $18.00 and $20.00 handsome cloth $59.50. Up to S15. good looking and splenhnnd-some- ''J" CJT velour coats, reduced to $25.00 ly J.I ducedto reduced to .... re- - i H1 C( l.JU 1 $35.00 suits, reduced to $19.50 OC coots reduced to 12.50 EXTRA SPECIAL Wontu and Misses Coats $5.00 At this price we. have on sale about 50 all wool coats for women und misses in this season's styles sport and long coats of mixtures, and plaids that sold up to $12.00. Up to $25. luxurously 22.50 and $25. suits 1T..'U 1 1A Finest suits in the house, reduced to.. ff $27.50 and $30. suits reduced to 11 H ,JJ These suits formerly sold at $39.50 and $5. fur trimmed coots Up to $30. velour and silk plush coats at ... Very fine $35. cloth and silk plush coats nt.. 14.50 17.50 19.50 Jets. lc $1.50 winter union suits, high neck, long sleeve and Dutch neck, and short sleeves, eitra special 95cts. $1,50 ladies' gingham house dresses and crepe and flannelette kimonaa, special $1.15. BEST MEN'S AND YOUNG MEN'S SUITS $14.00 and $15.00 men's and young mens all wool suits, Men's and Young Men's Snappy Fall and Winter BOYS SUITS AND OVERCOATS reduced to $16 50 all wool finely tailored men's and young mens suits $10.00 $12.50 $14.50 $16.50 22.50 REDUCED. firing the bovs U this great store and fit him in one of our handsome newest atyle fall suita and overcoata. Double breasted Norfolk and pinch back suits for Iwys for 7 to 18 vear sizes, junior suits for the little fellows, 3 to JH year sizes. Kussian, belted and pinch overcoats for boys from 3 to 18 year site $3.50 boys Norfolk suits, reduced November sale price Newest and test 420.00 high grade men's and Young mens suits, reduced to 52-.00 OVERCOATS Hundreds of the newest this seasons models, of all wool meltons, vicunas, chinchillas, Scotch mixtures, velours and kerseys, made in the popular pinch back and loose fitting styles, silk line, half lined and unlined plaid back; in tact we have overcoats by the hundreds of every kind, style and size, to fit all sizes anil shapes of men nnd young men, at actual bona-fidsavings of from $4 00 to $10 00 on each coat, during tin's November sale. to $2.50 $4.75 nnd $25.00 very best suits, for men and young men reduced to "Adler-Rocheste- highest grade and "Rochester-Special- " hand tailored suits for men and young men, reduced to , $18.50 and S13.50 and S15.C0 mens and young mens all wool overcoats, reduced to Up to $18.00 high grade all wool overcoats and balmur- - $3.75 t'p for $5 0 boys Norfolk and corduroy suits. $10.00 $12.50 $14.50 to $7.00 all wool koickertxcker suits, reduced to for very fine $10. boy suits. for finest boys suits, thnt sold up to $13.50 for boys all wool muckiunw coats, ages 8 to 17 years. One lot of about 50 mens and young mens suits, broken lines, but all sizes in the lot, that sold up to $12.50, special to close out in this sale Mens corduroy and heavy kersey suits, especially adopted for out door use. Special values at 8 roons. reduced to $20.00 and $22.00 very fine overcoats for men and young men during this November sale $7.50 50, 9.75 $16.50 $18.50 and $22.50 for mens and young mens highest grade hand tailored overcoats, that is the very cream of the pn.duct of American wholesale tailors. and "Rochester Special" highest grade garments are included at thin price. "Adler-ltochesle- $6.75 $9.50 $4.50 Hoys overcoats reduced to $7.50, $2.85, $3.75, $4.75, $6.50, $8.50 Unusual Reductions on CENTRAL s, KENTUCKY'S GREATER Men's and Boys Caps Reduced. $3.50 and $4.00 45c Mens and young mens fall und winter $1.50 caps, reduced to 95c Mens and boys winter fur baud cups extm special MENS AND BOYS Men's best $200 lints reduced to Mens und young mens $2. hats. November sale price Extrn special values in John .'). Stetson hats, for men and young it en nt . Rugs, Linoleums, Mattings, Curtains, Draperies, Blankets, Corn-fortLap and Buggy Robes, etc, from our Third Floor. double und extra heavy Up to carnage and auto robes reduced to $3 85 9x12 room size Iirussel rugs, in a $'.50 nuality extra heavy ai:d large size woolnap blankets, reduced tu $l.8." variety of patterns, special values at M OD and $3.50 quality plaid wouluup $lli SO. blankets, reduced to $2 :t"i $25.00 9x12 liimsel rugs, November $7 00 all wn.il blanket, white, grey Price $18 60. Several beautiful patterns in 9x12 unl plaid combinations, reduced tu$l.h!i Heavv cotton lilltd cmnfuits, special Smith's Axminster rugs, at $22.00 $35 very fine Smith's valum at $1 75. $2 45. $2 rugs, reduced to $27.60. We have over 200 carriage and auto A large stock of small rugs, to match mobile plush robes that we are doling any of these large lugs at special values out Ht less than cost. Formar $3 good buggv rubi. rtduced of$U5, $1.75. $2.50, $3.75 and $1 98. i $1 M quality full bed size white, grey to $1.95. reduced and $7. and 58 large heavy robes $1 1)5. $1. go d large size robes, Tan blankets. price $1.19, . $1.45 SHOE STORE OFFERS. Thousands of pairs of the famous "Queen Quality, Irvine Drew," Schtif-fel- e and other representative make of shoes for women, misses and children, "W'ulk.Over," "Ground G ripper," Medical Shoe," "W. I, Douglas" und "Weyenberg" shoea for men und boys. Come In and let our expert flitter properly and comfortably fit you. $ ,95 " November sale Newest full styles "Queen Quality" shoes for women and misses WINTER UNDERWEAR, REDUCED $3.50, 4.00, 4.50, 5.00, 6.00 and $7.00. and misses guaranteed dependable slices ut $2., 2.50 icd $3. All the newest styles, shapes und leathers, in "Walk-OverVVomeiis shoes for men "W. L. Douglas" fumous shoes for men Speclul values in boys good shoes nt $3.50 to $6.00 $3 OO, 3.50, $4.00 ar- $1.85, 2.50, 2.85 and $3.50. All rubber footwear, Including men's rubber boots, felt boots, heavy tu US. I Very finest $10 robes, reduced to $5. 8.1 ticles, Sale. light-over- s and womens-overs- , at special prices durii.g this November 50c. shirts or drawers These are today at today's market worth 75 cents. Hoys best 75 cent quality ribbed or fleeced winter union units reduced 50c to .. .... Hoys extra heavy fleeced union suits, . (l."c aged 12 to 10 years, special Mens und boys winter sweaters re. . .. Mens best $1.25 riblsd union suits, Kxtra heavy good quality mens and sale price ... 95c boys sweaters, reduced to $1.25 Mens best $1.50 union suits, in sale$l,l9 Mens best $2. union suita redued to$l 50 $5.00 mens and boys extra Shaker, all wool awcHlera reduced to . $3.45 ICxtru sptcial quality of mens ribbed Finest $7.00 and $8.00 sweaters to $S.y5 Fifty dozen mens newest style famous. Park Citv dress shirts, very special for the November sale ,.95c. Menu best 75j dress shirts at. ... 50c. fiu $1.00 am $1.25 llamicl shirts reduced to C9c. duced to 50c THE HUB, Danville, Ky.