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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 30, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916113001_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): November 30, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY SBVENTII THAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOONNOVEMBER 30, 1916. See the Ilnliy Star at the Hex Thurss-ilny KUMBKR 36. 1' .a! night. SELF DEFENSE PLEA OF ASBIE FOR KILLING ZACK ;t Til SOME To Be THINGS Thankful For lie sure mid no to the Hex Thursday and help the C. K'gj Wish turkeys were as cheap a Thanksgiving proclamations. f Hash, brothers, hanh with carp, hash for a week most everywhere. SEBASTIAN SIMPSON LAST a: JUNE. JJ ft $ Si gi 51 That our prices on Stoves are reasonable. That our goods In any line are the best. That wc are thoroughly all orders, and prepared to supply 31 That it pleases us to please you. 1 I: CONN BROS. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. 2 UJ SPANISH CAKE. RAISIN POUND. D CO z New Store. We are now located in our new store and are better prepared than ever before to serve our customers. We appreciate your patronage and will endeavor to please you. w Q z o o 'J CO a r Theo Currey. '0 .i See Border of "Ad" for Names of Cakes. CO'JLinHd 3103UO S I H d3 SlXTRA! extra! Big Thanksgiving Program at ROMANS' Opera House Thursday. Nov 30th. PARAMOUNT Five Parts. DMA "The Reform, Candidate" featuring MACLYN ARBUCKLE. FRIDAY NIGHT MISS BILLIE BURKE The Star Supreme, in 'Glorias Romance' or "A Perilous Love" Special Musical Program EACH NIGHT. "Heads V"U win", said the turkey as The jury in the ca nf the Common hU neck U stretched on the block. wealth against Asbie Sebastian for killWell, just be thankful you are not u ing Zack Simpson last June was finally secured after the regular panel had Kuropeau or Asiatic, been exhausted, with only five of its Follow the crowd to toman's Opera members accepted, alrout seventy-fiv- e .The Caloric way is Nature's way most sensible, econHouseA good show always BWaits you. having been summoned from the lower omical and healthful. No unsightly, expensive pipes and end of the county yesterday afternoon. The turkey drumstick used to be Including the character witnesses, flues to cause fire danger, waste- - heat and clutter the cellar. there corned, now we wish it was a quadThe absence of pipes prevents overheating the-- cellar, hence will be about fifty in all, and the case ruped. produce is not spoiled. Its groat heat radiation will save you will probable not be finished until Fri at least 35 of your fueL day, as court will adjourn over one day Mttle Mary Sunshine was shown by Indicathe Woman Club in Danville and pro- on uccount of Thanksgiving. tions are that tne case will be a hard nounced first-clasfought one, os able council has been KAJ Miss Ilillie llurke the international employed on each side and every inch favorite, in "Gloria' Itoirancp" at of the ground is being fought bv the Koman'a Opera House each Friday. attorneys represented. Judge L. L. The Original Furnace Walker and J. K. Uobinson are defend Lost, n tan leather pocket book with ing There nre three reasons for this Wc savin?, lsl, The xr;nu i ir Sebastian nnd the Commonwealth three ten dollar bills. Reward if re- is being looked your room) by nature's direct mftho-- l of circulation aad thci o sro no :o after by Emmet I'ur-yea- r, absorb or resist the heat 2nd, Ourdouble ribbed flrepot and specially patturned to John Walters at i'ost office. G. C. Walker and J, I. Hamilton entee combustion chamber produce perfect comhutlon, Ihus liuurlns Jhorcssa burnlti; of the fuel and a .i:ch greater healing ssi.laco. 3 !, C jc With the world's series over. Vale In a few minutes talk Mr. I'uryear iwjuy paicnicu inpie casing, insulated MUh defeating Harvard, the political spell-binde- stated the case foi the commonwealth two air spaces, preventjany heat from radiilinc and said from the fnct that the defendabout thru lor 191G, let us he Into the basement. This Is the only successful, ant Sebastian, having failed to testify patented, furnace and no other furthankful. on the examining trial, his statement nace can claim thasc thrco big features. This means that you get all ths heat frcia your f u:.'. would naturally be short. Common( Thanksgiving) Thursday Nuv. ItOth. at the Opera House Macfyn ArucMe wealth claims that Sebastian was drunk Sold Undar Guarantee in "The lleform Candidate"-I- ts n and that he enterHined malice .against Put the Caloric Pipeless Furnace la -- tsZ Simpson for the killing of a. mule and your housa and ch o It a fair Paramount. See it. any claim thnt t!ie defendant would trial. lis sucrcji'uloaet atloti 1. rulrant.M ami tv.lt ,....!- jiiX?zi 1' HOG KILLING; Am well prepared make that his life was in danger, would tor itU-r- t in nticrul or woriunu- - CPtfOW U) (o kill jour hogs and deliver same. be false. Mr Uobinson consumed nearly an Satisfaction guaranteed nnd price only si cut .TheitonlioiSiovc.V VfeVl W cents each. IUyiluii Leave!!. hour in stating the Jcase for the de Vf.,i lornift rn. m PP aiuS? Ki lt-- l. fendant and several times his remarks m were objected to by Mr I'uryear, until 23 The leading role in "Little Mary they seemed to irritate the speaker, Sunshine" which will be seen at the which cnued tne court to threaten a Hex, Thursday niht is played by the fine if the remarks did not cease. Mr mm youngest actress on the movie stage. Uobinson stated that it would be clear ly shown by the evidence that Mr SeThe evolution of Thanksgiving docu- bastian was plainly acting in nelf dements from George Washington's quill fense when he shot Simpson and that pen proclamation to President Wilson's the reason and only reason that Sebas call to thanlfulnrei, written by him- tian did not testify on the examining self on a typewriter, is interesting. trial, was because he was physically unSuffice it to say all have found much to able to do so on account of the wounds be thankful for, even when our nation intlicted by the sons' of Simpson at the was scouruged with war Lincoln, in the time of the shooting, and who will be most gentle and pathetic words, set the main witnesses for the commonaside a day to pray for peace, and wealth in the case. He stated that it thank for blessings. would he proven that the sons were in the conflict and were approaching Se- basiia-- i in a threatening manner and FOR SALE. that Simpson had called to the boys. Kimball piano, mahogany case, exAll Sizes. come on and lets kill the s of a b tone and it as good as new. "to cellent Se- and that all three started For information call this office. bastin in a threatening manner with rocks and it was at that time that Se bastian believing his life was In dinger. PAYING INDUSTRY. fire the shot that was fatal to Simpson Mrs. John Illanks of Hubble,,' sold to YOU NEED A FLASH LIGHT TOO. and almost at the same time he was Bailey and Mots, 57 turkeys that IAI struck In the head bv one of the (boyr, biought her $137.20. We know of no while the other grabbed the gun from better way by which the house-wif- e the defendant and beat him into insenmay make her "pin money." sibility, by breaking it over Sebastian's head. A map of the grounds where 5 the difficulty took place was shown the HOG KILLING TIME. jury by Mr Robinson, that they may Sam Johnson tells us he is having a be better acquainted with the local ROAST BEEF AND BROWN GRAVY hog killing time at his Sanitary Slaugh. surroundings in the tobacco patch He will where it seems that all the conversa ter House on Danville street. also render your lard and grind your tions of the day hnd (aken place that AS GOOD AS TURKEY AND DRESSING. sauage, cheaper than you car. do it at led up to the shooting. Sebastain will your home, l'hone 3il G. He delivers claim that he was carrying the gun to PA lou may rave, if you will about turkey and dressing, the goods after the killing. kill u young rabbit for Mrs. Wilson You may worship It .till as an edible blessing, who was the wife of his tenant and But for me, mashed potatoes, all creamy and wavy had been quite tick for several days, i WITH FARMERS HOME. A cut of roast beef and a lot of brown gravy. and that when he came up to Simpson Mr. K. II. Hay, left for Lexington in the tobacco patch after a few casual Give me beef, I repeat and my Thanksgiving's merry, last Monday where lie again assumes remarks Simpson said, "Asbie, your And with a taunt from the saucy cranberry, ibis old position with the Farmers Home son Clifton sayB, that Letcher (Simp j5j I will eat with a relish to cause admiration, Warehoue, of that city son a son) killed your dog," to which H( I Tobacco Never thinking at all of the "bird of the nation" Llge says to tell the boys be wil' be Sebastian replied, "I don't know any I suppose some may say it is treason, prepared to take care of his Garrard thing about that, but you have been To renounce the great fowl of tin Thanksgiving season, 5 county friend who send their tobacco accused of killing my mule," at which Hut theicy roast beef, I would have you remember, . to his house and that they will see the time Sebastian claims that Simpson fe Is as good in November as it is in December. advertisement of same in the next is. called to the boys to come on. It's an all time friend, and tho ones who sticks to it. sue of the Central Itecord. On account of the prominence of both Will never have cause to regret or to rue it, families and the large connection thru- While the wisdom of feasting on turkey I question, out the county the court house is filled 1 Since it often is known to produce indigestion. with interested spectators and every " From h financial, social and culinery ear is alert to catch the testimony of I So I'll pass the proud turkey with all my good wishes, 'standpoint tin goose supper whs a euch witness. As we go to press one And go to Davidson & Tomlinson for delectable dishes, "squaking" The "Circle of the ous of Simpson is on the stand. J? success. Such as the old reliable bean of the navy, I Girls" worked hard but felt repaid by A cut of Hoast Beef and a lot of brown gray. clearing over $50. and pleasing their Get your Thmksgiving dinner at Davidson & Tomlinso.i, and vj many 8,000 TURKEYS patrons. The money goes Jj Let friend Wilkerson cut you that choice roost of Beef. toward supporting a in Handled By Local Dealers Here. Mostly India and other charitable purposes, Ilv giving value, and over value for Shipped To Boston Market. 50 cents the circle girls buve worked up u large trade, everyone wanting to The local dealers, Ilailey and Moes 'come to their suppers. and II. II. Kortlicott. have handled for the Thanksgiving market approximately 8,000 turkeys averaging each 12 GOOD MUSIC AT STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. pound, at an average cost of 21 cents 1. I'ay your bills by check, and have your wife pay her bills ty check a pound cr a total of UG.000 pounds, OPERA HOUSE. 2. Never lend an ekr to schemes. bringing the tnial sum in dollars up to Mr. W. J. Homans, manager of the near about $20,000. Quite a number of 3. Follow some system in saving Do not be haphazard about It. Opera House has engaged for his pa- these turkeys were shipped in from 4. Kent a Bafe deposit box for your valuable papers. trons and music-lover- s of Lancaster, Virginia, but practically all were 5. Make free use of the up-t- o date service we olfer. the bci vices of Mr. Alvin Thompson, slaughtered here by these local dealers. 0. Teach the child the value cf money by giving them an allowance. of Hot Springs. Ark., as violinist and 7. Meet your friends at this bank for transacting Important business Several hundred pickers have been Mr. A, I), Kirk, of this city, as pian- employed for the past two weeks and These excellent musicians are they are given five cents for each turist. presenting, each night n program of key picked. Some of them have beboth classical and popular music which come so proficient and rapid as to make OF LANCASTER. KY. together with the high class pictures as high as $4. day. The negro women B. P. HUDSON, resident. J. J. WALKER. Vice I'rest that are being shown, is being enjoyed are by far the most experts In this line W. O. I'.iuney, Ass't Cash'r Job J, Walkeu. Jr., by large audiences. Mr. Romans pre- and this Industry has been quite n boon W. P. CHAMP, Cashier. sents Ilillie llurke in "Gloria's Ro- to them during the turkey picking mance" Friday night. season. As ONE Sun Heata the Entire EarihtZn m S ONE Register Heats Your Entire House AELgjRl Patented Pipeless e'' J f t r 'aijy Faints- Mi Kinds. Wrndow Glass MoRoberts Drug Store va i f jfcvra n S 5 1 J? 5f m f j yj j5 Z 55 5 yZ W jj Jgr V)f Jc i 'goose supper a success. f HONOR ROLL, BANK. 0 e Citizens National Bank I J The Central Record, Thursday. November 30, 191 6. DAIRY and CREAMERY EVIL Cow Scientific Farming DESTRUCTIVE TERMITES. Preventive Measures AcntnM The Pests, Known Also as "White Ants." tl'rejwrcd t.jr $i AU.EN si 1 1 El ATT, Assistant Manager. Wnlnut Street Warehouse, JESSE W. OVK'KSTHEET, Ass't MRr. JOHN S. VAN WINK I.E. Secretary. IVoples Tobacco Warehouse. I OF MIXING DREEDS. Produced by This Method An Always of Scrub Character. e I'crnilt nie to suggest Hint tlic to breed cows to pure bred sires only needs to le (iiiM)lciiieiiteil nlwnys with the further recommendation to breed to mules of the Mime breed, writes n correspondent t Hoard's Dairyman. The writer lias observed the breeding of town In the Mclnlty l Htntcs dipsrtment ii agrl culture nn.t Serious damage to woodwork stored materials nbout buildings may bo caused by peculiar lnciH known ns termites, or white nnts, without the knowledge of (vciipants. These Insects work. In the ilrrk Interior of the substances nttacked. .nnd the damage which they Inflict Is. therefore, not np- - Unlte-- We Will Open Our Warehouses to Receive Tobacco MOW mb AY and tlte first sale will occur on 26th, 1916 -- U i4i w J AYA A1 D ,Ev 4th.. WORK OF WUITB ANTS IS WALNUT TllEES. Dairy cleanliness demands, first of all, that Hie milk be drawn from the cow with as little dirt In It as possible. Cows should be regularly Kroor;ed with brush and curry comb and the udder and ndjacent parts wiped with a damp cloth Just This procedure before mllkln. wilt go far tonarM clean milk. where he lives for more than half n .cnttiry, nml during nil of tlmt time iure bred bulls of different breeds have been used very largely, tho use Yet of scrubs being only exceptional. tho result Is a general lot of scrulp of nil sorts and descriptions that, taken as n whole, nro In no respect ahead of the native cows kept In our boyhood days. A few men have adhered strictly to a single breed aid have built up herds, mostly of grade, that are uniform In appearance nnd arc profitable nnd a credit to their owners, but the general run nre as indicated. Tho difference in vulue is murked as well. At auctions these high grades sell for $73 to ?S1, while cows of no particular lireed tell for ?50 to $00. Tho hereditary tendency In breeding, it is understood, is to revert to the original type, and the original type In cows was an nnlinal that produced milk sutllelent only to rear the calf to the age of tlx or eight months and then go dry the rest of the jear. lly n long course of wise nnd careful the various breeds of cows have been built up from such nn nnlmnl ns that, nnd when nn attempt is made awny from any of these lines of selection the tendency U n reversion to that original cow. If nny one doubts this Just lit him look around nt the nondescript breed of cows that have resulted from this manner of crossing nnd he will llnil abundant confirmation of this fact. If a man starts out and breeds first to a Holiteln, for Instance, in order to gain cjuautlty cf milk, nnd then to n Jersey for tidiness, nnd then to u Shorthorn for size and beef qualities, nnd then to some other sire because It .is most convenient, ns Is the thought in most instances in breeding, the out tome Is likely to ln n lottery, the character of whlih nobody rnu ( ues Such n course of breeding Is breaking Into nil lines f heredity, any of which may crop out, nnd no sort of uniformity of form or color or productlicno-may bo expected. These are the Ideas generally followed In breeding cow and the results nnybody can see by simply looking nround him. Cottonseed Meal For Cows. Cottonseed weal Is one of the cheap est sources of protein supply for dnlrj cows. Only meal that Is In good condition should be used In n Bruin mixture. Slnco the meal Itself Is a very rich concentrate, tho amount of cot' tonsccd meal fed dally should ordinarily not exceed thrco pounds nnd should be used ns one of several feed" In n grain mixture. The character of tho.grnjn mUttiro that should bo fed will depend somewhat on the nature of tho roughages being used. It. S. Iltilce, Dairy Department. University of Illinois. Dairying Profitable. Dairying Is a satisfactory business became. It furnishes dependable returns. A man with minll copttal can Invest Mi money In a dairy cow and begin Immediately to rcallzo on the Investment, points out 0. i:. Iteed, professor of dairy husbandry in tho Kansas State Agricultural college. Trices of inllk aud butter fat nro never subject They are 'to any great fluctuation. more steady aud uniform than thoe of tro; rotation. many other farm commodities. presence. When termites nro found to be pres ent It is usually through noticing the annual emergence of tho flying members of tho colony nt swarming time In the spring. Tho place of emergence should bo noted, ns this Indicates the approximate locution of the Infested timbers. Tho presence of small branching tubes of earth on stono or metal, serving ns passngewnys to wood, may be another Indication that termites nre nt work In u building. Either prevcuthe or combative measures may be taken against tho Inroads of termites. In nil new building operations caro should be taken that no untreated timber Is In contact with tho ground or Is set In wet concrete The latter condition Is not n protection slnco the concrete often rracks, unil tho Insects may gain entrance through the crevices. If woud must lie placed hi contact with the earth, only timber treated with some such substance ns Cel coal tar cioosote should bo lar floors of concrete should Join the walls In a curve to guard against cracks. If buildings nro constructed without cellars the wooden flooring should be raised well above the ground. If termites nro discovered In wood work It will be necessary usually to the damaged timbers and replace, them by stone or brick work or treated wood. The ground at tho approximate entrance passigo of tho Insci ts and any earth tulies discovered should bi drenched with kerosene oil. infested timbers nliw may be drenched with the oil. nlally likely to nt Termites uro tack the wood of grccuhoiiEos. where warmth nnd moisture uro the rule. Steps similar to tho.--o described for other buildings should be adopted to rid Infested greenhouses of the Insects. Supports for flower benches may bo bawcsl off near the ground nnd made to rest on bricks or stone. If the termites nro lit the soli they may by applied bo killed in many Instances tlom of carbon bisulphide. riuutstnay bo eprujed effectively with u 5 per cent solution of keroseno emulsion. In order to prevent uttacks by termites on living trees tho treo surgery method of treating senrs and dead limbs nnd pots Is lecouimended. Nursery stock may-b- o attacked by termites If planted ou recently cleared laud. 'Such locutions therefore should bo avoided, t'uro should bo taken not to permit the roots of tho young trees to dry out beforo planting, n suih woikeucd stock Is liable to attack. Damage tQ Held crops by termites may to prevented by late fall plowing ard parent. Methods of comjintlng the pests arc explained In farmers bulleby the United tin ".".!). recently States deinrtmcnt of agriculture. The Insects, which are not nnts and only sucrficlally rescmblo them, primarily attack woodwork ami cause greatest damage by weakening or destroying portions of buildings nnd other wooden structures In contact with the ground. On recently cleared land or nuy other soil containing decaying wood, however, they may provo destructive to growing plants. The Insects also eat into numerous articles stored on damp wooden shelves or under conditions otherwise nttrnctlvo to tbem. Articles nttacked In this way Include books, documents, objects made of rastcboanl or wood pulp, cloth, clothing, leather products and food substnnces. Termites llvo In t ionics In dead stumps or In other delaying wood nnd enter tho woodwork of buildings underground where timber Is In contact with tho soli or through They often decracks In concrete. stroy large portions of tho interior of plllnrs nnd other wooden members without giving any indication of their W '.Mil continue auction salts eerv day. excepting Saturday and holidajs trom that date on. You can rest assured that Danville will be the highest market in this section, us we are the closest insiket to the largest and manufacturing plants tn the world. Our accommodations for both man nnd beast nrr as gfnil as the best. The loose leaf floor plan is the best and only way of marketing tobacco, to insure the highest dollar to the grower. These facts have been demonstrated in Virginia, North and South Carolina, where thev have been selling tobacco on this plan far the past fifty years. Drive your wagon to the Danville market. You will always find some one to attend to jour wants, nnd welcome you. During the salt we will do our very best to get you the highest market price for vour tobacco. of after nk the mrge factory timers will be nn hand on the first day We Imw exierif need tarn In all departments to look jour interest, including two of the finest nuctienccr.1 in this or anv other StnU. Tbtt warehouses h net huv tobacco exfcfit on sale at auca strictly esmmtsion business. Km- - stable and no tion. We rejection fe. i AppieeinUng Vur your way clear t I ilrox us ytsur tobacco, guaranteeing vou the highest market prhree, absolutely accurate weights and an all around square deal. You are cordially invited to attend our opening sale, Dec tth pt pMrcmngr. we ho)ie you will see PEOPLES TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. Danville, Incorporated. Kentucky. I. M. DUNN, President. P0 One-crop o farming certainly leads to poverty sooner or later. You must learn Do not think because you have tobacco barns, that they must be filled with tobacco each year, thereby cultivating parts of your land in this crop when the dition of the'soil is not suited. Some yonnij cattle or sheep will use that barn to profit. Stock raising, oneyeor with another, is given up to be the sure plan to success. diver-sified'farmim- j.. VERT Y e o Use our lumber yard in changing your building to convenient stock barns, sell from your land only the fat produced and see your farm improve m fertility. Use a little Orchard Grass in seeding and see if we know what we are talking about. FEED A MIXED RATION AND SEE IF THE STOCK DO NOT THRIVE BETTER WITH LESS FEED, THAN A ONE FEED RATION. We used to think that a former who worked hard vas a success, but the day has come when the farmer who does not work brain with the muscle is a failure. We carry a line of farmers needs that are sold at the right price. Our stock of Lum ber, Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement, Screenings, Doors, Windows, Fence Posts, Furniture, Feed Field'Seeds, Builders Hardware, Fire Brick, Backs, Grates and Mantles are bound to f please you. We will add, In due time, some useful articles for yourXmas Gifts and want you to call and look them over. 9 c C Hervey & Wood Kentucky. Paint L,ick, S3 A The Central Record, Thursday, November 30, 1816. p! B. C. MILLION, Pres. T J. CUUTIS, Vice Pres. K. DKATIIEKAGK, Sec-Trri- & MISS ! Madison Tobacco Warehouse COM Near K. 1. & A. Depot. MANSFIELD ,v L DONALD CI lAMDtRLIN Incut orated CAPITAL T. $40,000.00N KJ IV Telephone 371. Million. Marion Coy. 0. Million, J DIHKCTOIIS Dr. C. H. Vauijht. Curln, K. J. M. Huilcn, Si . KtCHMONl). KY. NOVKMBKR To Thc( Tobacco Growers of Garrard and Adjoining Counties: 22ml. 1010. e' was tint able t get n On the lillh lie went to n housn n inlle illitimt from a village, n house where they look summer Iwardera. The only oilier 1T-sothere wus n girl of nineteen. Who fthc was illil imt appear. 8hc nils not n member of the family. Klu did not rrsldo thero regularly. She xpont in'iit of the day In her room, but what alio did there was not iiiadu known to ll.irrailnle till October. Wo wish tu announce wc will open our wiirchoucc nt Riclimonil fur (he receipt of tubneco on Fritlny, December 1st. !: 4th, 1916. Daily sales from this date. First Sale To Be Held Monday, December Ve will linve rcprescnlntivps on our innrket from K. J. Reynolds V Co., Liggett &. Myers,.Amcricnn Tobncro Co, J. I'. Taylor &. Co, W. L. Petty, A. L. Zeigler &. Co.. in fact nil of the buying Interest of the tobncro business will be represented. Don't forget the fnct we innde one of the Inrgest nvernges In the Stnte Inst season. One morning' when ISnrrnilnlc started out for his accustomed morning wulk his landlady, Mrs. Stitaon, nsked him If bo happened to go by the postolllce to bring tho uiall, adding that lie a to giro any letlcri that tnlght come to her and no onoelse. llnrmdalc called for the mall ami notlceil that It confuted of two letters, both for Miss Mahel '0, Mausllcld. They wem atlilrct.cil In Miss 0: luasi-ulln- was handwriting. boarder. Mnus-Hel- de the young lady dellrered the letters to Mrs. Stetson and thought no more about the llarradale. I :: : l I II'- - Write for these sizars! For a very trifling cost you can get Ball-bearin- walks, stopping for long Is, when the retreating summer got the better of the coming autumn und It whs warm enough to sit still. On several occnilous he passed the poitnnico and always asked for ample free stall room for your teams. Polite and courteous treatment to all. Have the mall. There was usually a letter We piny no favorites. A satisfied customer is our best asset. The outlook for good prices for Mils Mansllehl, sometimes ad: dressed In a woman's, sometimes In Is Muttering man's handwriting. Miss Mansfield, weather permitting, took a walk In the you well know mixed We insist thnt you handle and gr.ule your cro; carefully as afternoon. One afternoon, when nnd badly bundled tobacco is neglected by the buyers. hud the mnll In his pocket, he met her. Taking out the letters, he selected one for her, gave It to her We thank you for the verv liberal patronage we have received tu the post nnd solicit and passed on. When he liaudiil the Very truly yours n continuance of snme. other letters to Sirs. Stetson he mentioned that he had given one to Miss Mansfield. Mrs. Stetson frowned, but nothing. The next day she told him that he need not trouble himself Richmond, Kentucky. about th mall; she would get It herself. After that wheu he called at the . postofDee he was given his own mall :::'-.0Xxex; and uo nunc. Thero was no one In the house to Interest llarradale except Miss Mans, field, and he longed to avail himself IIKKK IS A iOOI) 1'I.ACK TO STOP KOIt I.ITTI.K MONKY. He noticed, of bcr companionship. however, that whenever he attempted and LOUISVILLE HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, KY., Main St., between to do so Mrs. Stetson thrust herself Uprrated on the American and Kuropvan I'lans. was Thf Only Hotr--l in upon them. The consequence Hoi nnd Cold UunninK Water. AMKltlCAN' I'l.AN. Itooms without Dath but with that Harradule, noticing that Miss ingle. ?2.(W per ilnv; 2 people. $2.00 each. Mansfield walked in the afternoon. 75 I looms (With Meals) contrived to ineet her and wall with x'nKle, 2.W) per day; 'J people, 2.25 each. M Itooms ber. fiO Front llooms sinKle, 3.00 per dav: 2 people, 2.60 each. At first she demurred, saying that be Kooms with Private Path: was a stranger to her, and she was vinKle, 3.00 per day; 2 people, 2.75 each. 50 Iiooms not used to the society of men. Girls single. 3.50 per day; 2 eople. 3.00 each. 50 llooms should bo very careful with whom Hath but with Hot and Cold UunninK Water. EUHOI'h'AN' I'l.AN. ilooms without they associate. However, she gradualsingle. $1.00 per day; 2 pSople, $0.75 each. 75 Kooms (Without JteaU) ly thawed, and her prudence did not 1.00 each. "ingle. 1.00 day; 2 people, 50 Koom prevent her from making ap(Kilnt-nicut- s V) Kront Kooma (ingle, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each. to meet Mm without the range Rooms with Private Ilith: of Sirs. Stetson's watchful eye. Tut a young man and a young wo50 Itoomi lingle, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each. man under the sntuo roof with no ingle, 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.50 each. 50 Kooms other associates, and the result la and Main Sts., European Plan Only. usually the same. When Harradale THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Corner went homo be had received Miss MansKooms Without Hath. $1.00 and up; Kooms With Private Path, $1.50 andjup. field's jiermlssloii to call upon bcr 11EST EATING I'l.ACE IN TOWN. mother she bad no father who lived " '(JJwalk to the in" the same city ns himself, to ask for The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are located in the wholesale district and only a three-bloc- k her hand. The evening after hla arretail district and theatre. rival he made t'bo calL The house was a stone front, and a dignified eldLouisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, erly lady received Lira. "Mrs. Mansfield J" be asked. V am Mrs. Mansfield." with her sister, Mrs James llutner. "iiti. jlffirrsfleld. I have been spendVery Crave. IJULlVrjlTj f Percy William "Veil need not fear ing a monlti In flip country, where 1 Mr Kd Hulett and Miss Minnie Hurtc . . .. trumps or rough when ou lire have met your daughter Miss Uota lUv vifitrilfrifikla iel.un-cast- drove to Lancaster S.tnnluv afternoon At this the lady became all attention. and were united in tnaniage by Hov. with mi', darling. I'm n ehiiinplon the flaat of the week. charming girl." con- "I found her a runner, nnil If wc were tittiickttl I'd ,Mr Frank Pierce of Louisville ia here II. 8. Hudson. tun olT mill bring help to j ml In no I tluued llarradale ''Indeed, so charm ing that I Tell in love witu licr. Miss Abbie King vntertHinrd a num. time." ,i visiting his daughter, Mrs Osrar IUy. "Were you nt Mrs. Stefjon's?" asked .I ... I . . M.. 1 I. t ' I..... Air uuuvri lAutM millIf miiiuv uavr rf i uvt ni "n intmi. nui iivi 'juiuri hl n tho lady sharply. from a visit to relatives ut Herca. ' "Quilting Ilee" last Wfdned:iy. Quite turned "I was." "Mrs. Stetson assured mo that her : Mm Hicks has returned to her home sr enjoyable day was spent by all, summer hoarder bad nil returned to Mis l.etly Peyton recently under- in llrimdhfiiil after a visit to relatives tho city," snapped tho lady. ' Mhcre. went nn operation itt the (tibion Infirm- llarradale was about to proceed with ' I Mr J. P. l'ratlier visited his Uaugbter ary which was quite successful and her his application when Mrs. Mansfield (Mrs Oscar Hendren ut C'ottonburg last friends are hoping fir her speedy re- broke In, talking partly to herself and covery. partly to him. twetk. I "What shall I do with her? Sho's In. "Thcdicrd's Black-Draug- ht Mr and Mrs (!. N. Miles of Nicholas-- 1 Mr Jas Clark and duighters. Misses ' corrigible. She got all the lioys In the vllle have been recent guests of Mr und Nell and IMelle, aod Mr LM Claik and i high li the best medicine hihoot In lovo with bcr, and I M A. C. Miles. wile motortvl from M.irkilmry Sunday 1 j packed her off to college to get her lever used." writes J. A.' nwny from them. Sho bad barely enMr und Mrs John Nave and Mr und, anil were i!in iili'imhiit i t.fM ..f M- - !l ' Sicelmsn, oll'altcnville, Texas. tered bofoie sho was expelled for , Mrs Clayton Weuren visited Mrs Mur- - Margaret Kuhlini . 1 managed to bnvo I breaking the rules. recent'y. thn Andi-rsoA surprise birthday dinner was given' "1 fullered terribly with liver ' tho expulsion exchanged to ausiensloii Miss llurbara Gullev as given a sur Mr Wm. Hurte Jr. lu.t Sundav nt his' and rustli'iited her under the care of troubles, and could get no relief. ptiie party ut tier home on Wednesday homo near hero There were about Mrs. Stetson. Mrs. Stetson has writThe doctors said I had conof her, twenty Ave friends and relutive v. hoi of last week. About furty-onten mo that Mabel has been getting let ters, from her lovers despite the fact young friends were preient ami an en gsthcred with their baskets laden with. I could not work at sumption. that Mrs. Stetson has endeavored to mny goml thlngs'to eut. The ibiy was I Joyablo evening spent. all. Finally I tried Intercept thrni. Old Mabel send you to enjoywl very much by those present, me to nsk for berV" und we hope Mr Hurto may spuid many She did." LOWELL THEOFORD'S more sue), tiirthd.iv a. "You nro the kovontli persui sho has Kent to me to side fur her In the luH Mr and Mrs M (J. I.ee were in I.nn- six months. If I had known that u caster Monday. .lining inmi hadl'ono to the sntuo house lounly Court Dajs. Ida Mue Hurt wis with home- Miss In the country as sao I would have i folks for the week rn '. warned him. Mr. Stetson Is vety Hicliinond, 1st. Monday. much to blume." King inuiio a business trip Mr Paris, 1st. Monday. "No harm done. I assure you, Mrs to Loulsvillo last Wednesday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday, Mansfield," leplled llarradale, outSunday night N Mr Knoa Davis SH-n- t Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday, wardly unrufiled. "I'm 'Just of on ago with W. II. Saddler an I family, and to my surprise, I cot better, Lexington, 2nd. Monday. to cut my wisdom teeth. Tho cxpcrl-eucwill Mircly bo of uervlco to,ine.' Stanford, 2nd. Monday. Mr S. C. Henderson lias been a sufand am to-d-ay as well as any "I wish yoil take her off my bands," Shelbyville. 2nd. Monday ferer from uslhina for severul days. min."Thedtord'i Black-Draug- ht said tho lady ruefully, 'fl'lio others Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Miss Mary Hell has as her guest this Is a general, cathartic, havo been boys; you nre a man und Danville, 3rd. Monde;. week Miss Annie llarkerof Ilrvantsville. might bo n Mo to control her." vegetable liver medicine, that Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday "Thank jou very much. Just atpres-lu- t Mr Mooro of Willlumtburg was the has been regulating IrregulariNicholusville, 3rd. Monday, I dou't feel llko relieving you. but guest or nis von on, I'rank, Saturday Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. when a man Is once Inoculated by a ties ol the liver, stomach and and Sunday-Messr- s Cupid's nrrow It's dllllcutt to get the Somerset, 3rd. Monday, bowels, for over 70 years. Oct T. It. Kulilnnin and Jas llutpoison out of bis system. Meanwhile Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. a package today. Insist on the ner ipent several d the past week I'll play ber own game with her. I'll LANCASTF.lt, 4th. Monday In r.exlnpton. E-- 70 her severely alone for awhile." genuine Ttiedford's. Winchester, 4th. Monday. It so happened that Mbs Mansfield Miss Lucy Coldiron has returned Montirello. 4th. Monday, bad played the gnmo once too often. hom after spending several weeks Versailles, 4th. Monday, J he Is now Mrs. UarradaU. took long Our house is under the snme innnngement since orgnnizntion, and remember we We feel our experience in the justness has better qualified us to get were the Pioneers. top notch prices for your tobacco and to give you prorrpt and reliable service. We will do our level best for you at all times. matter. Having nothing clso to do, llarradale at thr-s-; dnuine 1 rcsts-th- seven inch Tension Shearr. They crc rrco with hardened cmd fully ground. frci keen-cuttin- g nickel-plate- selected cutlery material edge, and care, d, giving a bright, They are highly makes the smooth finish throughout. Shears run smoothly. Tension keeps them sharp. Handle t3 like a glove. Different in construction from ordinary shears,. Ball-betin- g Madison Tobacco Warehouse Company. ')')s!!M :ij.M';. .: 'qmssqtqm i'" pr All you h avo t :t3 io get theo unusual Shears is to order a pound package of Arbuckles Ccffae, cither Whole Bean or Ground, from your grocer, Then cut the signature "Arbucklc Eros." from tha wrapper and z.end us the signature, with only 25 c:ntsl mqiom 7th. We make this exceptional offer because we know that once you try Arbuckles' you will never be satis- fied with any other coffee. 6th Don't delay send now Ee sure the signature and money reach us before this offer expires. You will regret it if you don't take advantage of this special premium oTsr and get a pair of these Tension Shears. You have to buy coffee anyway just ask your grocer for Arbuckles'. You'll be glad you did every Shears. Send time you use these fine smooth-cuttin- g today and by return mail you will receive them. Arbuckle Bros., 71 Water St, New York. Slkth Utis offer good only 30 Jays Proprietors. REPORT OF THE CONDITION REPORT OF TUE CONDITION NATIONAL (Xii.l KKI.I BANK, ft Citizens National Bank pF LANCA31KK. KV.. AT TMK OF LANCASTER. KY.. AT Now Well TheCloseof Business. Nor 17 1918 Close of Business N'ov KESOl'KUi:.. Lumu HUtl tlUfuuuu h $l;,7Ju i l'. h, Komi UpultKl tu tu'Curv circulation titr utile) .... frMXOUf .'iO.UOO I iVi'urltlvs ulliiT 111 uti lT. bond (hot lucluUliis tuck ounvil tin- Muck ui r mer m ut.ert unlit .l of ulcrli'tlou) 2.I0O iT ctutlinukitiii-lioiifcv.- . irf.Ui) CO lue of ri.lniJiO njriiiiuri'uiM ruiim. l.uti ui ii Htm uiifiroiti ntirota rvtvre use uu in M'U tort titiOHituaiKl S Si.oisi M UmU. Nvt unit duu (rum uiroi1 ngtiliiutt.er rewru' cltlf.i9; 51 K.Olfl 90 Xtt Muit uue ir'tm iMitki ana bunker tmlit-- r Uidii iiclii'U--- l lu tour 11) W it uuimtii! checks aial oilier cava lltui.. . currency, iilektl tNI I'rtictiODttt St U mnl cent II tb . 1.710 U Note of utlii-- Nutlntial lUiik lAw lul resierc lu nlt ami It a il m Keere ll.mli lisMiiuitiuii Hi ml with L. K.lieat urcr and due fram V. h. Tru. 2i" u4 Toul WJ W 17, tyifl. I LUSH. Htllt rvrv Uivrdrulu. wviutd $. I'li.eiun.l t II OA V. H Houd.ilvi'O.lti'il ii .fonrr nr. culstloti ttsr Mluti . t'iimco Slock ui KcIitrI Hf t'n iiubi W Iir e of .iil'.crtpitoti) Kqulty In tMiiktiiK liuuw dtt suit line Inmi ppruttil drumr Aii-ni- . in .Sm York, riitraeu aii.l M. l.oni. $ sts m Xi't aim dur from ainmHt re.i-risniliiuih.mrirrlllIIIJlll M N. l ami ilur (rmu lii;nkfainl Uul. Other clieckoii Imuks In ilii. rtiy or t 11 s rroriiiiir Hink ... I'roollnniil llliCOUUI... .$il,4lJ iu,:t me ui ttojm, co 1x1 Tim lu IJ.M7 s I'arrrnrj. mckuls National Haul. Lawful tfonil In tault and ullh Hank reiirrai Kfni-riHinlfiii l Ion fund with 17. H. Treat. urer anq uue irum U.S. I ea.ltrsf .'i.t4olo!lnT H is Ml :1 no ii . Total ls,i;tl0i s.vu uu mSTu ai LlAlllUlIKei I '0.CNO00 ClllaUtork il tu tiurnludfuud lluillvMed piullt. ... $U.tiJ 34 L,ra current vxciien, luterestaud Uie paid l,m si lJ.il. 41 Amount r evened (or taxc accrued ?M 27 ClrcuUttiiK Note imutaudlntf ttf.tPO io et Miuouut du tu iiaiik ana nan Iter a 43 tntlier than Included lu aw or 4a Individual delnjatu mbject 11717 ?n loclitck. Total flTATIOr KKMTl'CKY.COt'KTVOrGiRKAap.aai I, rt. C lKNNr Cashier of the aUiva duulemulj ivtear that thj mUot named ttaterurht U Irtio ta tte beat ol mjr knowledge H. V. Uknnv. aud Utllvl, Cashier Subtcrlhtd and worn to before tue tbla W. V. Chanin, day of Nov ivtd. Notary Public. Mjr CwhuiImIoii eiplre Jau lh. I.IAHII.1TIK.8. Capital iloek paid lu. Let.riirrrnt vxiu.ea. lu W! lerr.t and laira paid Circulating Note uui.tatidiuaNet aim dun lu bauka and tiaukt r. luttivr ttiau lucluded luWut Jui Ctrlltteaira ul demili Kuri'lit(iiuil I'lidlvlded i roflta. M.OOUUO M).u H.il 3.SW h TIT SJ .11 IviO uu ludividuaiueo.tia tu cheek auuject U Total. as t State ur Kunii'cky.Coi'mtv or 1. V. K.ChaiQti. Caililer of tha above named bank, do aoleiuul) .near Ibat (tie above stale tliii, d.jol.Nol utetil la true tu Ibe be.t ol mjr kuowledite aud YY. r'. t'batup. Ca.lilei belief. Hub.crlbed aud eworu to belore ma tbla lrd. n. v weuuj. iuiary riiuuc. Uy CouimUalou Kiulrea Jauuary II. . 1 ). WALklk. It. K. IIud.on. Hhislit Ul'U.os I I ) 't W. CoaaicT Atteit ; Coassi'T Atte.tl J. Alii rt It. Uihnv.j K to aw its. W. M, KLLIUTT. Director. Dlreeiota. s 1 The Central Record, Thursday, November 30, 1916. The Central Record incorporated, $1.00 a year. usued Weekly. WILL MEAN A FORTUNE II Hemp Break Machine Malta Invented Good. Br HERE'S HELP FOR LISTLESS FOLKS New Remedy LOOKS LIKE A HART-WES- T. sur- Local Men J. E. ROBINSON. EorroR. Mgr, R.L. ELKIN. Local Editor and Pcfotnl fntrred at the I'o.t Office lu ljiiicaiter, Ky., ('!" Mall Matter, Member hTentucky Press Association and Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Ky., November 30, 1916 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv OllUea . . .$ B.00 10.00 "or County Offices . . or State and District Offices.... 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line For all publications In the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per 10 line .05 Obituaries, per line. We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Higgins a candidate for County of Garrard School Superintendent County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary August 131 r. We arc authorized to announce J. O, Bogie, as a candidate for the Democ Court ratic nomination for County Clerk, primary to be held August 1917 Hemp breaking machines arc becom ing such an important Item of the equlpmenfof every farmer who raises hemp in Lincoln county that two of Lincoln county a most successful young men have invented and patented n hemp breaking machine of their own. They are Sam lloltzclaw end his brother. Wesley lloltzclaw, who this week received patents, on a breaking machine they have been working on for some time. They applied for patents last April and are greatly pleased at securing the papers protecting them in their invention, which, they Bay, tests have proven to bo superior to anything on the market, and a successful hemp breaking ma chine has so tar been one of the goals of all inventors. Josh H. Junes, one of the biggest hemp growers in this section of the state, this week got in from Winches ter, a Skinner hemp breaking machine, This machine is also a new invention. It is operated by u gasoline engine, and breaks on each side. The lloltzclaw boys say that if the Skinner machine IS a success theirs will be a great deal more so for they say their machine will break six times as much hemp in u given time as the Skinner machine. If their machine will do what they believe It will and it will be given exhaustive tests this season, these' well-knoyoung m-jhave a fortune easily in their grasp. Interior Journal. Restores Zest of Lite and Renews Ambition. HEALTH EXPERT TELLS HOW Run Down Condition Usually Due tt Rapid Eating or Overeating, Says Man Who Has Set Many Tongues Wagging Ideas Original With Thousands Just Half Sick. Ulck." "Thousands of person drag alon; from morning until night without or ambition. They aro not nick enough to go to bed, but they lack the zest of life. They uru Just half Such was the statement o( Me Tan lac health expert, who has created widespread onimcnt by tils original Ideas. He continued: "You can't have good health If Jou hae poor digestion. Too Many Dolt Food. We are authorized to announce Jeptha Onstott a candidate for the BEST IN YEARS democratic nominationlfor County Court Clerk, subject to the action of the pri Commissioner Cohen Declares Kentucky mary, August 1917. Never Had A Better Corn Crop. We are authorized to announce E. II. Kay as a candidate for the Democratic Mat S. Cohen, Commissioner of nomination for Assessor of Garrard Agriculture, has issued the crop report county, tubject to the action of the for November which will be the last Primary, August. 1917. report rsjued until May. The department was a few days late in issuing the report in order that the farmers THANKSGIVING. might get a good idea of the yield of crop and tobacco crops. From the time of the landing of the the Taken as a whole. Commissioner Pilgrim Fathers, Americans have been accustomed to set aside one day in the Cohen says that the report indicates year wherein to review the past year tnat me larmers are in a prosperous take stock of the dealings of Provi condition with theirgranarics and barns well filled and live stock in a thrifty dence with us a people. What was at first the spontaneous condition. The weather has been in expression of grateful hearts soon be' season for the housing of the late crops, came a caston, and as the years spread so that farm work is generally reported on this custom became fixed until today to be in good shape for the winter. The report follows; it assumes the sacredness of a perman "The final estimate on the yield of ent institution. This season is again with us the corn crop in Kentucky is twenty' Thursday. The fruits of the broad eight bushels per acre, which is 1.8 acres of our fair domain have been gar bushels less than the preliminary esnered in. The warehouses and gran' timate, but is the same average as last aries are fairly bui sting with their con year. In different sections this average to thirty-si- x tents and prosperity sets a guest at a! vanes from twenty-thre- e bushels per acre, one specific instance most every fireside. Our President and the governors of being cited where a man had one hun the various states have designated the ureu acres in corn mat wouw average bushels per acre. The final day on which the people shall express sixty-fiv- e to a bountiful Creator their gratitude estimate as a whole shows one of the best corn crops the State has produced for these blessings. And to the many positive and mater in several years. ial blessings which have been ours, there is added on this occasion the es CIRCUIT COURT OPENS pecial blessing that we as a people have escaped the madness that has fallen as Judge Hardin On The Bench And Jury a blight upon our neighbors and kins Impaneled. men across the waters. The magnitude Promptly at eleven o'clock last Monof that blessing we can not at this time day morning. Sherilf G. T. Dalian, Jr. begin to estimate. Hut while we have these palpable opened circuit court at the direction of blessings fur which to be thankful, we Judge Charles Hardin and immediately have other things for which to express the selection of the grand and petit jurour gratitude, and these antedate and ies was begun, which took up only a underlie our present happiness and short time of the court, as very few of prosperity, our peaco and safety. We the jurymen summoned, asked to be have to be thankful that back in th; excused. days when our nation was being born. As usual Judge Hardin gave impres a land of heroes, than whom the world sive Instruction to the grand jury, has never produced greater, had im which consumed about thirty minut-- s. pressed upon their hearts to lay the lie touchfil upon the violation of the foundations of that nation upon the local option law and said that laws had only possible true and lasting base been passed to make jt u seriuus crime the Fatherhood of an omnipotent God to sell or possess for sale, vinus, spiri and the brotherhood of man. tuous or malt liquors and that this law And we have to be thankful that all was passed to prevent drunkednoss and down the years since that time there the crimes that are committed by perhave been heroic souls worthy sons of sons while under the influence of liquor. noble sires who have never ceased to The first case called was the commoncall to us with clarion voice to watch wealth against Elmer iirewster charg and preserve the old landmarks, to ed with malicious shooting, which replant our feet upon the everlasting sulted in a hung jury. Two cases rock and stand linn. against Havden Compton, for selling And over and above all else, we have liquor unlawfully, the defendant made to be thankful that a merciful God has no plea and ho was fined $100 and given so moulded the hearts and lives of the a jail sentence of ten davB. The case people of this nation that wo are en against Hill Brim, for furnishing liquor abled tu look above end beyond and see to a minor, resulted in an acquittal. 1 he following have for ourselves the great principles of been chosen to ternal truth and justice that must servo as jurymen during the present ultimately rule the whole earth; ihat term. Grand Jury. we are enabled to grasp the truth that an Injury to ourselves, and that a kind A. W. Kavanaugh, Foreman, Win. Lane William Scott, ness to our fellow calls down u bene S. L. Gibbs, W. T. Walker, Cecil Ileatty, diction upon our heads. J. K. Sutton, So that the one supremo blessing for II. S. Gay, J. S. Schooler, which we cliould at this season return I). M. Montgomery, Elislm Darker. thanks, is the fact that our God has II. D. Lee. Petit Jury, enabled us as people to knew and do It. L. Darker J. T, Henry the IUGIIT. T. O. Hill And let our prayer be, that it may Herbert liruoks William Itay Fluke Turner ever be thus with this people. Lynn Cobb Forest Stapn David Rank in J. L. Yantls ROOTflf FTTPINfi S. S. Sebastian ?4t. Buslness.Phonoartphy John Pettus John Trlbble TYPEWRITING and Jeptha Onstott William Creech W. TELEGRAPHY E. P. Dishon J, Al. Sanders P. Jones WILBU It. C. Clark Charles Dunn III f hi vtara rf lDrlii ia mtirtatU Virgil Lay ton Mai Carter Kb tor now, worn on for 04 touBV !"" ni E. P. Grow. Wm WILUl'K n NMITII.LtfXtoglOQ, fti7 Ira Grimes "The stomach Is tiio most Important organ In the body and the moat abused. The larse majority of people do not take sufficient time to cat their fooJ. T.iey give no thought to what foods aro good for them. They simply swat low what Is coincnlent and pleasant. "The stomach tells quickly when It Is abused tiiroush overeating or other mistreatment. When it warns, take Instant heed or dire results will folio "A disordered stomach brings on headaches. It causes constipation, biliousness, indigestion, ncrous disorders and other Ills, Tanlac Most Successful. "Taulac Is the most successful rein cdy for stomach Ills on the market today. It is composed of roots, barks, herbs and berries gathered In all parts of the world, lly its composition It Is designed t build strength, create better digestion and more blood, and to strengthen t he nervous system through correction of tho common disorders of the stomach, liver and mucous membranes. Tho testimony cf your neighbors all around ou bears out that it has accomplished this." Tanlac H being introduced in Lan1.. G. Davidson one to W II. caster at It. E. Mcltoberts. Tanlac may be obtatrcd in the nearby Durton for $ltJ.50 and to Tom Wallace cities. Paint Lick. J. N. Metcalf; Dry- - for f 1C0; Mr. Durton also bought anantsville, Decker & Ilallard; Little other team for f.K'il). Hickman, Collier and Uruner; Herra, S. E. Welch; Stanford. Penny's Drug Store; Junction City, Reynolds and Evans; Richmond. II. L. Perry & Son; Crab Orchard, Lyne llros ; Ilurgin, G. T.choolfield: Danville. John S. Wells, Lancaster. It. E. McUoberts. and W. C (Adv) West. Silver Creek. ANNOUNCEMENT. This space is reserved for the exclus ivc use of tho Thomas ileal Estate Agency. If you have property in Gar rard or hdjoining counties for KENT, Friend and acquaintances were COUNTY JUDGE. prised when they knew Mr. West a bride Hon. Thomas A. Rice was mingling had gone to Richmond to "lim Rev. R. L. Shirley, paator of a wi'h his friends on county court day In the person of Miss Madge Hsrt, l'srk llnptlst church of most estimable and attractive isuy. In Lancaster who came over from Lint the local I!Miat church , Mr. West is a son of the late Mr. Hans-coln county. Mr. Rice Is an nnnouueed Sunday morning and evening West, be- - here laat West anil Mra, R. randidale for the Democratic nomina- burv Mr. Shirley is looking over the ground longing to one of our oldest and moat tion for county judge of his coiinty,suli prospect of tcceptmg the West and. lu re with the Mr. ject to the next August primary. substantial families. call litre, should such n call b, i, .,.,. Judge Rice tells us that he is in the Miss Hart were married thla afternoon He ha had charge of his present rhtirrl. fight to win and to n fellow on the out- at the home of the bride in Richmond, for the t sat 4J years and ha areit Its side it looks good tor him at this time. Elder C. K. Marshall olliciatlng. After growth through hi own effort, fron J His friends say that he is far in the a short bridal trip they will be at home a small mission church of 75 rn..ir! II. ft(. lend and will probably land the winner to their friends at the home of Mrs. to it present membership of 'H; We are not ndvlftd, F. Walter. next August. tiers. Ileslde during the time tia however, as to his chances, but we do been with thl church, ho had 1,'irt SCOTT-BREN- T. know that our Democratic neighbors In M modern building at n cost of fS5.Mji Lincoln cannot find a better democrat Mlsa I mi Scott and Mr. R. E. Hrent Tom to lead their ticket next year. The pulpit committee of the Ilptit here last FriRice is not only a true blue democrat were united in marriage day at the Methodist parsonage. Rev. church will report next Siindnv mwre-inis a gentleman of ability with a but at their regular meeting, whea ill ia wide busini-sexperience and is in Palmeter, olliclatlng. Miss Scett memlwra are requested to Im present the younger daughter of Mr. Ebb Fcott every way equipped to look after the la an fiscal affairs of his county. Here's n( the east end of Garrard, and charming manFOR SALE. hoping that lie may win the goal of his attractive young lady cf gier. Mr. Drent is a son of Mr. T. A. ambition. 151) acres of Garrard County In Hrent of Stanford, and l a protniaing now rrady to gr.i joung farmer, well worthy of the prize near llyattsvllle, GOOD TRADE desired "To this busim-- j won. Thev will reside on hia farm any crop he them our yeung man step, look and listen" ltre Last Monday in Cattle And Mules. near Stanford. We extend to tobacco $20 00, hemp flJS.H0; cornf,'. ( henrli'at congratulation. wheat f2(. Price $IWI. per nrre Another bumper crowd was on hand Lexington, K Phone 1S7.' Full S.VLl:- - An oak china cabinet, last Monday it being the regular cotintv 11 lat. court day The town was packed with apply to this olllce. mules and the pens were well filled with cattle. The latter was in good demand night ETSt and the pen were cleared I'J at what looked to be high prn-eugh both the seller nr.d the biiji-SEMI-ANNU- AL seemed pleand with the trade. CI Good choice mart- - mules were in demand and several chmged hands during ii) the day. Some of the best selling two or three during the day so great was ii the demand for this chisa. W. S. Embry sold to Hilly Robinson, a nice 4 year old for $2.V), i six year ii) old for fJlP, nnd a yearling for f 175 it Sam McDowell, of Itoyle liought a dandy team of W. U Lawson, for $ 17.1 and 0 a nice one ot G. A. Suinebroad for $215; Mr. Swinrbroad had paid f2W for i: the well known Cincinnati Optician will be her earlier in the day of Ash Arnold. at the Mr. also bought u nice mare ii) (i) mule of Wits Rogers for 3N, naking Mr. Rogers a profit of S10, he having just purchaaed it of Seeve Hill. (. A. Morgan sold one to Wils Rogers for LANCASTER, KY. $15(1 and one to J. W. Elmore, for 111'". John M. Duncan n horse mule to J. 1. Hamilton for $145: W. T. King. Jr. sold to Richard Gentry, ot Doyle a team for News Of The Churches. 1 Jms Ixmiavlll.-preache- ca i. , ' s i' e ii VISIT I 1 lh Bps I Optical Service I J. J. BYRNE, Swim-broa- -- I KENGARLAN HOTEL December 18th to 23rd. Eyes Tested. in I I I Glasses Fitted. 9 SALE or Exchange, LIST it with this We make no charge for list Agency. ing and advertising unless salf or ex change is made. Estate Ageny. D. A. Thomas. Mgr. I uncaster, Kj. Office Record Dldg. The Thomas Real 9 FOUR STATES VOTE DRY; TWO DRY LEGISLATURES. of the forty-eigh- t States of the l'n ion have been put into column. Those which were the added to the list by the election last week, making the total of "dry'" states twenty-fivare Michigan, Nebraska, South Dakota, Montana, I'tan and Florida. The territory of Alaska has also been added to the "dry" possession nne-hal- f mm OF 0 9 9 9 9 More than Resident Property aMjfday, I 9 9 9 December 2nd, 1916 AT TWO O'CLOCK. 0 i or tho united Mutes. The states which voted on the liquor question in which the "dry" fdrces wero defeated, are California and Missouri. will sell to the highest and best bidder, the residence nowc- - $20.00 SHOES Tanners Claim Another Raise Will Tush 'Em To That On Hides 9 0 9 9 Figure. The price ot hides hopped upward again last Thursday, further intensify iug conditions in the American leather industry and lending support to u pre' diction that within u few months Amur icuns may be paying 15 ami fUO for shoes of ordinary quality, "Country extremes", a grade of hides, were priced at thirty- two cents a pound Thursday, an ad vance of two cents over the previous marking. September 1st these hides cents a were being sold at twenty-twpound. An official of the National Association of Tanners, which will begin Its eighth annual convention in Chicago Thursday, said; "Tho American shoe manufacturers are partly to blame for overstaying tho market. They did not begin buying until late in the summer and by that time enormous quantities of leather had been contracted for by foreign buyers. The Russian supply of light skins and hides is entirely cut off, England places embargoes on hides and skins whenever it suits her convenience." n o cupied by G. C. Hose, on Lexington street. Owing to circumstances which were unavoidable and under which we had absolutely no control, this property was not put up for sale as advertised to take place on November 11th, but positively will sell on above date. Those wishing to look through the house will please call before day of sale. o c 9 THE LOT IS, FEET FRONTAGE FEET DEEP. AND IS 426 9 9 9 O 9 9 The house Is strictly modern, proctlcally new, with every convenience and constructed of the very best material. TERMS OF SALE: One-thir- d cash, January 1st, J917, when deed will be made and possession given. Notes bearing six per cent Interest payable In one and two years, will be taken for the balance. Sale will take place at the residence. '6 9 Mrs. Susan Fisher Lancaster, Ky. t The Central Record, Thursday, November 30, 1916. mm A afore W- Just Received A shipment of Coats, Suits and Dresses which were bought so that we can offer them to you at prices which are equal to the original wholesale price. Don't miss this grand opportunity to get a nice gar- ment at a ridiculously low price at V our store. OS Epuj The One Price Store. The Store That Satisfies For the coniiug week we will take orders for the Delineator at 75cts per year if called for at j i J. R: Mount & Co., Solicits Your Trade1 a full line of Hardwaie, Stoves, Saddles, Harness, Implements, Etc. tu sell you the best goods made and at a very small profit. Kor Inttunre why pay Ito.OO or 170.00 fur n Maiahle Itange when we will We We rarry pmpoe j Gossip About N People nj Itrlif Mir lion ol Ihr Cosimgi Ocir.ji lyThuif H I Are :nterc'ta In, A Sell You as Good a Malable Range for $50. We have Itange from fStl.nO, fLU.OO j In Cook and Heating Slaves In same proportion. We linndle llie John Deer Wagons and Farming Implements! Oliver and Syracuse Plows. Mrs. Emma Higginliothiim Is visiting The very heat line of Stoves and Implements on the market. Just re-- ! her sister at Junction Citv. crivrd a car load of American Fence. The llet Woven Wire Fence Made.' Mrs. Kennedy i f Danville is visiting (!ivr us a call ami part of your trade. her daughter, Mrs. Win. Farnau. The Chuutuuqua circle met with Mrs. Mrs. Frank Marksbury this week. The Square Dcnl House. has returned Mr. John Crutchfield from a visit to his'son in Nicholasville. Mrs. Tevis of Oklahoma, is quite ill at the home ot her sister, Mrs. H. F. J. R. MOUNT & CO. STOP AT THE Hudson. Gait House When In Louisville. EUROPEAN PLAN. Co). Ike Dunn, of Danville was giving the glad hand Monday to numerous friends. Dr. Virgil Kinnaird has returned Mr. and Mrs. James Allen Cotton and trom a professional (?) visit to Winnes- - Mrs. Hcuben Uarxer have been visiting bo ro, S. C. Mrs. Allie Sanders. I! , . Mr K. C. Gaines has been confined to irs. rrniiK i lerce iiks reiurneu 10 her home in Ixiuisville, after a pleasnnt his bed for several days with a severe visit to friends. attack of bronchitis. Some of our buys who nru at school Mrs. J. H. Mount has returned from m Millerburg will bo home for the a most enjoyable visit to her sister. Thanksgiving holidays. Mrs. James Dunn of Danvilltv 1 I . Mr Iiascom Ford is taking Ms annual Mrs. Robert Walker of Paint Uck CITY PROPERTY IN GOOD vUited Misses Mary end Jane Doty last vacation. week. Mrs. Woods Walker is visiting her DEMAND. MORE SALES. sister nt Ml. Carmel. III. Miss Ozzie Young is with her grandparents, Mr. nnd Mrs. William AnThe residences of Jas. W Smith anil Mr anil Mrs. Sum Joseph are here derson. It, S. Schooler advertised in this paper for a visit to Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph. ' to sell at public auction, were sold n Miss Ann Davis McKoberts and Miss Miss Sallie Lou Myers, who has been announced and the blduing wa.4 spirited Von Arsdall paid a flying visit to Lan-- I nursing in Itichmond is now at home. at each sale. The splendid residence caster Monday, Mrs. Kate Middleton, of Danville, of Jas. V. Smith on Hichmoud street Mrs. W. O. Ilradley returned to has returned hame after u visit to her was sold to Air. J. D. Conn, local merFrankfort Monday after a visit to Miss neice, Mrs. Steve Walker. chant here und possession will be given Jennie Duncan. Mr. f.tmrrr.1 V(I!nitrt4 tinil littln January 1st. The price paid for was $4,G30. Judge Charles Harden is receiving a The Schooler I(,av Wnrpt. .,n ,, residence located on Hill Court was warm welcome in Lancaster wnere ue to their home in Covington Saturday. sold to Mr. George Iirown, of Prrach-ersvill- e. is holding court. Mr. Smith T. Powell and wife of for $3,950. Mr. Iirown will Friends of Mr. Ilarve Mcltoberts will Hustonville have been on a visit to Mrs move into this property about the his illness at his U. D Simpson and Mrs. W. S. Embry. regret to learn of first of the jear. home in Stanford. The residence of Mrs. Susan Mr Jim Pierce now of Junction Citv, " inuer . is.es anna t always claiming Lancasttr as his which is also advertised in tnis issot of the Record will take place next Saturing in Lexington day and the one who is fortunate-enougWeek. to get Ill's place will be lucky. Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Sanders spent Mr. and Mrs. Elizabeth Joseph last week in Louisville with Dr. and Adolph Joseph will spend Thanksgiving It is very desirably located and is practically new. Mrs. J. J. Pursier. in the country with Mr. and Mrs. Geo. I i '..nhle. "'e Fihr. Brown. Mr. nnd Mrs. lianks Hudson, of Danville, will take Thanksgiving din- ncr with Mr. and Mrs. Fainau, after which they will return to Danville for the Anderson reception accompanied by Mrs. Farnau. Egyptian Philosophy. i If thou art ur.d levest tlir wife of thj "j is.,1.1, 1'.en (111 her stomach nnd cl.ilhe her back. . .Make glad her heart ilurli.;; the Unit" that thou hr.st. She is a Held profitable to Its owner. I'luli Itutep. M.m-xsfii- GOOD ROOMS FOR $1. PER DAY. Fine Dining Room with I'riri'. Free Auto-IJu- Mrs. Tom Slavin entertained at an elegnrt dining lat Thursday at her home on the Itichmond road. Miss Tommie Frances entertained a few guests last Friday evening in honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Ilurton. Mr. und Mrs. W. II. Gaines, and Miss Jennings, of Lexington have been the guests of Mrs. Ed. Gaines. Mr. and Mrs. George Hohinson were , ...i . i. r 1 - I . wnere .nr. in mmuurti ieune-uaKolunson bought a nice road horse. :.. F.jici llent Service anil Low TnrV.isli s Meets. Truhif. nnd Elee-tri- c Hnlhs. Write fur Reservations 5 J. GKEENBERG, Manager. r..i!" '"i ' '1 ' ( Mrs. Kllen Uwsley and Miss Margaret Ccok will spend Thanksgiving in the guests of Mrs. John Ilrewer. "iWi'M .Teholf-aligiiin- Ear'Marks Feed Grinder Mr. Hob Hughe. if Louinville, has returneil home after a vii.lt to Mr. 'Saulley Hughes nnd Mrs. May Nolund. Miss Elizabeth Giblu entertained at day luncheon Tuesday in honor of Mrs. George Mcliooerta. of Covinga noon ton. Miss Fannie IUwsnti, of Frankfort, Igavo h most delightful nnd helpful talk to the Woman Club Friday after-- j noon, You will find every one ot tlicni on all INTERNATIONAL FEED GRINDERS A strong ftoel ; tttul prventa wabbling. Two lag screws lioU ilia lii.iclnno fii inly m position. and therefore grind evenly. Thu grinding il.itc A sptiiig teiibion mi too grinding pUtos lutuns even grindiiig. A plate shifter letr at thu ei!d of the shaft U .1 safeguard against hroakuga and maktu it a simple matter tu clean Mr. Emma KnulTmnn gave an ele- Igant six o'cIock dinner in honor of 'Mi-- s Fannie llawson, of Frnnkfort, Friday. Mrs. 0, U. Twill left Wednesday for her home in Hichland Va., after n delightful visit to her parents, Mr. and I Mrs. Jack Adams. I j I thu plates. feed urinder ami an III C oij engine make an ideal combination. Thu engine will furnish convenient power for operating the feed urinder, and is especially adaptable for this purpose on account of the variation of the power required in proportion to the kind of grain beiiiR ground. International feed grinders are made in the following types and sizes to meet all requirements: An International Type K: C, 8, and 1 Harry Itniney, Itohinson Cook, Edwin ' Wnlkcr'Charlie Sanders and Wesley Dlckerson of M. M, I. spent the week-unwith home folks, d Type Cl 0 and Type Di 8 and h grindt corn on the cob grinds small grains and shelled corn grinds corn in the huik, alfalfa and - Mr. Frank Pierce, of tha Louisville police force, has been mingling with Lancaster friends, lie sajs he will always lie glad to fee his Garrard Co, friends at Fourth ur.d Chestnut whete he is Kaffir corn In the head stationed. The M ikies Gill, Metdamet Mary Lackey, Ellen Owsley, John Stormet, Fred Frisbie and Itobert Elkln are in- There are other features which you can see for yourself if you will drop in for a demonstration the next time you arc in towni vited to a Thanksgiving reception at Danville, on Mrs. Cliff Anderson's in Thursday from 4 to 0. ' PHONE 27. BECKER BALLARD. m BRYANTSVILLE. Ky. Thomas II Scott, $ Camp Nelson, Ky was elected president of the National Fox Hunters' Association at its annual business session held at Columbia, Tenn Mr Scott is a cousin of "Keg" Mason's and haa other relatives in our county. Mr Wood Wilmot and his mother hud a narrow escape Monday night, when TAINT LICK .nine tft tii,.Q Milne nf Whit (tat.Quite a number have been invited to Thelr wrse became frightened, ruuning Miss Jessie Parks waj a visitor tu wedding Itichmond to the Hart-Wequite a distance, throwing both of them Itichmond Saturday. ...r.uv.u... noses wiui.li out but ,h ,y wt.ra ucky t0 jeape Mr Win. Turley of Hichtnond was n Mr. Cecil Iirown is at home from with only brulies. visitor here Sunday. Akron Ohio, he reiorts the Lancastrians A Banquet wa given at the Keiitar-Ia- n Mr. E. C- - Corneliton, of Keren was at that place as well and doing well. Hotel, Monday night by the Pres- a visitor here Sunday. byterian brotherhood. Dr.'C. K. HempMrs. Guy Kice and Mid Ross spent Mrs. Victor Lear has bem at the bed-tid- e hill, Dr. J. D. Cotton and J. J. Cornell-so- n Monday in Itichmond. Mrs. Itoss of Paint of her sister. Theological Seminary of Ixiuisville Lick, who i now in the Richmond ltr-Mr Edwin Walker of M. M. I., spent were the cut of town guests. About firmary. thiity were seated at the festive board. the week end at home. Mr and Mrs Itice Woods entertained Mr. Morris Ham and Mr. Harrold were Shucherd of Detroit Michigan, a few friends at rook on Saturday eveIntroduced Graham Brcac. week-enguests of Mr. Carl and Miss ning. The Inventor of Grnlitiin bread ani Faye Acton. Mrs. Frank Mooro has returned from j Hour wi'm Itov. Sjlvester Graham, n ' Mrs. Mary Walter and daughter, New England elergyinun, who died In a visit of several months with relative, Mum-.- , sixty-lh- e years in Arkansas. Misses Mamie aiid Ethel, motored to N"ltli:iiiiplini, Messrs It. J. Walker and S. M, DenStanford Sunday to see Mr. Jess Wal- - iip, having deotid tin- laujor part ot hi life lo the ndvocticy of 11 vegetarian ter, who remain quite ill. ny spent two days hunting in Itockcas-ti- e dli'tlo tlieorj.Vt-York World. the past week. Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Lear, Mr. an J Miss Maude Crandall was the guest Mrs. Henley llastin will spend Thanks- of Mrs. Sophia Trendway and Mrs. W. giving in Nicholasvtlle the guests of( 92 YEARS. 92 GUESTS. C. Fish the past week. Mr. und Mrs. Charles Denman. November Dtilh.. has become a Ked Mr und Mrs Laban Kirk and cliilJren Misses Dnisy Cockrell, Isabel West, Letter dav in the Sanders family. f Pamtsville, are guests of Mr E. C Sara and Frances Spencer and Eliza-- 1 well as those who are fortunate enough be'h Eldridge form an attractive house to he numbered as special friends. McWhorter and family. Mr und Mrs J. E. Seale and son, of party- - at Miss Elizabeth Gibbs. Mr. James Sanders passed his Lancaster, were guests of Mr and Mrs Mrs. Ilelle Henderson paid this office milestone, Suialay. - With his happy Tom Logsdon on Sunday. u pleasant call Monday. She hud just smiling face, erect tigure und hearty The Nickel Club will have a bazaar returned from a protracted visit to dif-- 1 hand hake, he greeted each and every Place will be wus Satuiday, Die, 9th, A remarkable coincident While gone she one. towns in Tenn. ferent named in the next issue. Record. that alter a register of the guests wus seemed two subscribers to the Miss Ollie Forester of Harlan county niudti It wus lound that !- )- were piesent Mr. Thad N. Aldridge of S'tanford, p M- - Tij(.r W11S .,rM,enl an, his arrived Tuesday fur an extuiided visit vyaa here Monday shaking hands with minK rflnaru 0n this occasion added with Mrs. E. F. Iledrick. himanr friends. Mr. Aldndgo muc, t the happinew of Mr. Sandern. Mrs Will Fish of Stanford was heru so unfortunate ns to get his limb broken u 1,., ,vii . the uast week on her way to IticliinOnd ..,,. whenliiscart)lriHdovereveralmonths'(ie ch()ll0(Kl' of ,h3 l)oy to see her sister Mrs Louis Itoss who h ago, und he has to walk with crutches. yeurs young," on down through his seriously ill. Misses Mariuin Led ford, Ava MMrs. Lottie Warren remains iUite ill ! I'f''- - bestowing 011 him the benediction at her home in Stanford which causes "f Christian churacter and congrat- cWhorter' and Marie I.odford visited Ulatltlg llim ill the UCtive ClirtStiun Mrs Susie Wurd near Lancaster, Satur1 .nn..i,l uirrnm. sol nnlv In " but Garrard county. Mr. John Duncan, lives of his chllditn who can "rise up day night and Sunday. Miss Jennie Duncan and Mrs. W. S. to call him blessed." Rev. Hamilton of lierea came ThursThe sumptuous dinner prepared by day to continue the services at Wul Elkin motored to Stanford today to see loving hands was h fitting tribute of her. nutta. Itev. Carmichael was called their devotion to father and grand-fathehome on account of illness in his family. Mr. Itobert Uatlield of Danville, motSufficient to say that after 92 ored over Saturday and was the guest guests were bountifully served, many Mr nnd Mrs McGuiro and children, of Ins brother, Dr. M. S. Hatfield and boxes were filled for absent ones. Mr and Mrs Plice Williams and Miss family. Friends sympathize with Mr. The prnmotors of this happy occasion Lucy Williams of Huthton, weregueatu Uatlield in the loss of his barber shop, were Mr, and Mrs. Jesse Sanders, Mrs, of Mr and Mrs Edd Williams, Sunday. which was destroyed by fire last Thurs- Mary Ann Sanders, Mr. nnd Mrs. Cron-le- y Trendway and Logsdon purchased a day morning. Ilrouddus and Mr. und Mrs. Frank Delco electric light plant for their store room from their agent on Monday, and Those who took part in the Union llroaddus. Space will not permit uf names of Mr E. L. Woods will install one in his Missionary meeting which was held at the Presbyterian church were:Mesdam-e- s guests. Aside from relatives and friends handsome residence in about two weeks. Itobert McKoberts, II. C. Sutton, L. of this county, were Air. Frunk Pierce Paint Lick is sadly in need of lights and N. Miller, Fred Frisbie, II. S. Hudson. of Louisville, .Mr. Shelburne of Lexing- it would be a wonderful improvement Mrs. ton, Mr. Napoleon Coy and family and if they could be Installed in the busi F. D. I'almeter und Ed (iaines. Harry Tomlinson presided at the organ. Mr. Conrad Coy and fiivily of Madison. ness section. ic ' j., rua.i The Central Record, Thursday, November 30, 1916. TEATERSVILLE Mr. Prank Pierce was the Mr. E. H. Ksy Sunday. with friend In CORDIAL LETTERS Exchanged By President Of Panama And U. S. Minister DC 2Z DC guest of STORY OF it. Price. Close Pan- Re- A RANCH Br DAR3ARA PHIPPS iff A Miss Leota Kay is spending tlie week Lancaster. lationship Of U. S. And Strange Revelation fly CLINOH -- 100 In Vital Force and Productive Energy. Per Cent. Efficiency ama Shawn. Mr. Ilascom Ford was the wet ond family. Mr. K. II. Mr. Ed Piice showed m a Panama Mr. K. V. (Ircw mid family spent the paper containing n letter from Minister and family Price to President aldts, in which M lay with Mr. Elbert Sunday. Price heartily copgralu! ites President Mr. Thomtis Hill nnd family weie Valdes, on tln occasion ol Panama's vim'torsof Mr Jess Milt Hiid family secession from Columbia and entrance into the ranks of free ami Independent Sunday. nation. There was an exchange of Mr. Lee I'endleton nnd ftmily were felicitation.' as the let'er was answered KUta of Mr N. I.. Prewitt ana fam- in the most cordial ni.il appreciate , ily Sunday. manner. j Miss Jewell Prewitt was the guest of Miss Thelma Wheeler Saturday night DIRECTORY nnd Sunday. Breeders Of Pare Bred Mr. Hen Lewis, of Ky., Or Kentucky MARSH Kucitof Slenrns. was a visitor of his fKter. Mrs John Him last week. Mis Lire Stock of Misses Koberta Tuesday night. family Sunday. Klizabcth Walker was the guest The State Department of Agriculture and Mar.spret Ray is preparing a revised edition of "Directory of Kentucky Breeders of Live Stock," and would ap Clayton Warren spent Puro Bred Mr. and Mrs. anyone who desires his name the day with Mr. Porter Warren and preciate to appear in same to write the De partment direct. Mrs. W. B. Grown wns the guest of This little bulletin has proven a pop. her patents Mr. and Mrs. Thomps ular one and h mailed not only through' Sunday. out Kentucky but to other states as Mr. and Mrs. SamueLCotton were many requests are continually coining It has visitors of Mr. Kemp Walker and to the Department for same. served to bring before the public where family Friday .night. the best foundation stock can be found Mr. Tom Morfortl, Miss Elizabeth in this State, hence.the great necessity Morford and Mr. Ned Overstreet d of being accurate as possible in its friends here last week compilation nnd it is the Departments Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Kay and little desire to omit no name in this revised (laughter l.orine were quests of Mr. E. edition of any breeder of puro bred live stoce in the State, H. Kay and family Sunday. If any breeder who has nut already been in comniun Mr. E. B. Hey leaves today for Lex ington where he will work with the icatiun with the Department of Agri culture in regard to this will notify Farmers Home Tobacco Warehouse. Mat S. Colit'U. Commissioner of Agri-cultui- e, Mr. Jim Peirce of Junction City and Frankfort, Kv., giving name. Mr. Frank Peirce of Louisville visited address and kind of pure breil stock he their father, Mr. Curt Peirce last week raises, his name will be included in this Miss Cora Roop is exacted to visit directory, thus enabling the Depart friends hare next weak. This being ment to make a complete and up-toMr. Koop's old home she has tnai y date revision of same. wa-ifriends here to welcome her. POSTPONED HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE." Big Tobacco Show At Lexington By Dry Weather. Delajtd This Agreement Witnesseth; That in order to protect the came on our The Lexington Burley Tobacco Show lands for a period of three years we will be an event of the Christmas holibind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor days. At a meeting of the executive jtermit anybody else to do so. and we committee this morning it was postfurther agree to prosecute with dili- poned from November 23 23 to Decemgence all persons who violate the game ber 29 and 30. laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our This action was forced on the comlands for the purpose of hunting. And mittee by reason of the aDsence cf a we further agree to act as Deputy season in which tobacco could be pretianvj Wardens for the purpose of car- pared for exhibition. The fall has been rying out tills agreement. Except each remarkable in dryness, and practical y 01 as nave tne rignc to kill rabbits on no stripping has been pofsible The our arms or permit it to be done by uncertainty of casing weather caused another under our supervision, or the the selection of dates a month later supervision of some responsible and which insures a senson. reliable person selected by us. The new dates are Friday and Saturday, and they were fixed after the LexThis November loth, 1915. ington Tobacco Board of Trade had he d U. L Elkin, J. E. Robinson, a meeting at which Kiidjy was taktn Jno, M. Farra. W. H. Brown. from the cale tlar of sale days. No W. B. Burton, Alex Walker. sales are held on Saturdays, so the liaselden Bros., T. A. Elkin. Tobacco Show committee is able tJ F. M. Tinder, make arrangements for the two days. J. II. Dalton. John II. Smith. Logan Hubble, It is promised that the enforced de.1. N. Ross, G. M. Deshon, lay will mean a bigger show at a more Fisher Herring, H. B. Cox. auspicious time. Save for the il.Uir, Hughes Bros, J. W. Sweeney, other conditions will remain unchanged, Withers Bros, W. M. Mahan. and growers of the entire burley belt William, Marcus and, Jim -- White. will contest for prizes aggiegating B F. Wi'mot, J. I), Pope, $1,000. Mrs. David Chenault, Fud J. Conn. W. K. Coolr, J, tV. Elmore, T. C lUnkin, Huffman Bros, I i Vs- lf ,I ;' ' Wm. 0. Anderson. . 6am Cotton. l".J : ! 11 M. Ai.-oM- , W. It Jr. J no. M. Whit.-- . I It EL Jlenry, -AVfA Bright Herring. ji A. D. Biadshavv. YWlX..,; i MJ M',jJ f?Jt. fZ, Hi, P'i J Wns, nd Lizzie Onstutt. PQSTE0 warnThe undersigned hereby ing to all persons not to trespass upon oar lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful law. Hunters, and. iUst extent of Fishermen especially take notice. it. L. Elkin Ed & N B Price Mrs. RcLecca J. West, "W. It Cook. iTL C Arnold. James G. Conn, J. I'. Bland. J. C. Morgan, Long Bros J. II. und W. S. Weaver I w. West. , .1. Booth Sutton. W. I. Lawson and son, Howard King, J. II. Klgsby. Miss Carrie Boulden, John Richardson, J. C. J. H. Woods. A. C. Miles. Jno. M. Farrop J, II. Thompson, David Steven. B L. Kelly. S. C. Kigsby. Frank Thompson. J, II, Thompson. D M Anderson. Am and Ed Bourne. Davis Suttm Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar i lOlVESS ts rP. mia ?? With a 'twicia fn your home r.3 is in the next room. TJtjs means from pain, life saved. Are you going to let another SHOULD SUDLK'vrT:yKJ-HO13 itS Di ? ' promptassistancc, relief t. davirobv without a tele- o phone in your homer Why takes chances? The cost is trifling tlie service to Drop a card today to you-priceless. BASTIN TELEPHONE COMPANY W. II. Cummins. P. II. Thompson. Wm. Lear, Jerry Bland. John Tatum. W. S. Ferguson, Mrs F.mma Higginbotham. Mrs. E. L. Frazee J. D. Naylor William Humphrey. Clayton;iIumphrey W. T. Bradthaw, Walker Bra Ishaw. it. L. Arnold. John Pendelton. . Peachy Grow, Sam Clark. T. It. Slavln J. L. Dozler. We will add other names for 25 cent and have a representative call and tell you how little it costs to have a telephone in your, house. Western Electric guarantee cash. TELEPHONES jou best serviced when John Dowllng otlrotl from the )0CPi nt n ,jm,r K,,. him ho toM (Ue following rt.iry; ;l n.,,,,.,,,!,!.,. ..j,,,,, of ciiarnlcr nfunler case. After a nioiilh uad nnd We hnil given out ev- ery day or wi that we were mi loo track of the murderer and ouM get him sure tlie public began to loo eon fldenoo nnd the fi:iH-r- s were full of scathliu rem.irl.t nliotit the p.ilKc. An election for tity tilllters was coining ing iiuy woman except of low degree ami proportionately homely, when he on, iiiul the ehle. told me one day to met Inez. She was rlggcil out In Met. drop ewrythlug ele nnd work on the lean style, with u lot of gay colors and Charuley rase, Intlinalliig that the ad- gold lace. Her eyes wero very black minisirauon a miiiiui iiepeniini tm my anil her ashps omr. Her roiuti ex on unroinmi, "I did a hard lot of thinking on the was olive nnd her cheeks red. The meeting occurred when tho two problem. Indeed, I began to fear that. if I kept on I would run Into unmount-maniawere riding over the plains. Inez rodo I walked tho Door nights tryastride; her long black hair hung, a ing to put this ami that together to( cable, under n man's sombrero. "Good morning, senorltn." snld Bob. construct a theory of the murder. Ho my wife put I3e In a mom by myself "Good nionilng, Reiior." was tho where I could prowl without wnklng her or the children. "Where are yon going, senorltn?" "One nisht nfter tho usual brain "Home. I have been out looking for roine stray sheep. Havo you any to- racket I fell Into u slumber. I don't know how long I alept, but I think It bacco, scnorj" Bob produced tobacco. Inez pmlueed was about an hour. Then I woke up a ninn stnndlng cigarette paper and rolled a clgnretle and started nt ' on the Mat topped pommel of her sad- by my bed. "'Come with me.' ho .ild, and I'll dle. ".May 1 Bt- - you to your home?" asked put you on to an eiplnuatlou or the Charnley murder.' Bob. "I Jumped out or l, hustled on my "You may, scnor." That was the beginning of It. Tlie clothes, strapped on my revolver ror next step was Bob and Inez sitting nil despite my auxlety In gi t the Inrorma-Ho- n he promised I did not forget that a log on the bank of a stream. Bob look her hand In his. lie fnllttl tt no- ho boil come Into my house without tice that It wns short Hint thick nnd lielng admitted, und I was somewhat f allotted him the skin wns rotish. lie failed nlso to suspicious or hlm-a- nil notice that the cable nt her back uas downstairs. A horse and buggy were composed of very conre h.ilrt. There standing nt tho door We cllinU-- Into was nothing (.oft nr silky about It. Put- tho vehicle, the lelloiv whipped up the ting one arm nnnuut her w:l-- t. he horse, and olT we went. kissed her. Perhaps tho really mot "I wns so Impatient and curious to attractive tiling nt out tier vtns the know what was coming that I tried to feminine turning of her head nii.l dro-pinpump It out or htm. but his mouth or her eyes. was shut like an nisler, and never a Ten miles distant rroui Atli.-rtoword did he sienk from the time we ranch wns (.'liaiutiers1 niiuh. Chum, started till we jnillttl up In front of gentleman of tlie huUNo In which I'lurnley hers was nn eastern wealth who had Invested In n ranch, bad been found the morning after the the management or which be delegated murder. 1 knew It was that boue. to another. About tho time that Ath though I didn't knoiv nny one or the erton bad become spoons with Inez. raintly or the murdered mini. It had Chambers visited his property, bringbeen shut up since the tragedy, but ing with hi in his wife nnd their daugh now there were lights lu every purt. ter, Clara. Mix Clara had been long"My companion alighted, led Lie to ing for a bit of ranch life and was de lighted with It. The morning after her the house and. oienlug Ihe front door ror arrival she rode out on horseback with or me, bade me ruler. What becameI bl in nfter that I don't know. her father, lnsectlng bis flocks. On one the way they met Atherton and Inez. didn't sec hlui agntii. I unlessg.dug or the to tell Thero nre not fo many people In that liersons about wkom nui region as In New ork. ami when they you was he. "Hearing volte mingled with sobs meet they don't hurry on they salute 1 ran up and Mix! lu an and often stop for a chat. Mr. Cham upstairs. bers reined In and nked Atherton opeulug on the second llir, looking some questions as to locations ami Into a liedroom through an ojien door. other matters. Then there was some On a couch lay the figure of a man. general conversation. In which Clara but a number or persons were crowding about him m that I could not fee Joined. She was tho first lady Bob had seen bis face. A young woman was on her In months, from her he turned bis knees beside the couch, hysterically eyes upon Inez. Rreat heavens! Could clbiglng"fo the btsly, while another this dumpy, coarse tittle creature be woman was trying t draw her away. the lieauty to whom he had been mak- A man was standing apart, wringing ing love? Inez was conscious or the his hands. 1 stepped Into the room, change. She saw the difference be aud the moment ho saw me he cob tween Miss Chambers and herreir and lajisetl. The woman trying to draw Its effect upon her lover. Bringing her tho girl away rroni the body turned tpilrt down on her horse's haunches, and. seeing me. uttered a shriek. Then she sent him onward. me. he dropped on her knees Atherton was annoyed. He regretted iUIld .r bs mid that lie had been caught by the eastern "'Don't tukeblm! He made a terrible girl In company with the Mexican. lie mistake. Oh. why dldu't I confide In was mortified that Inez should have him? mo explain, and when you left him In this abrupt manner, evi know how we suffer at what has ocdently Jealous. He must either ride curred I am sure you will not add to artcr her or let Iter go her way. He our misfortune. This 1 my intimate chose the latter conrse. Not only this. friend' oliitliig u tlie girl lesldo the but when the others moved nn be touch. 'She was tcurrietl clandestinely moved with them. tu the man wlm lies there. Tho marThat was the end or Athertou's ro riage t'oulil not be published because mance. Prom the time he laid his eje her father would disinherit her. I r on Clara tuaiuiiers, lie saw-- inez as inltttil them to met t here. My huv lie was. He hid not Ihe assurance band was, away and did not know. Hera to tlrop the latter nt once, lie went to was here this t ruing, and she was ex her and tried to reassure her. He Iectrd. My liutband cume home sudrailed and that nmile matters worse denly and found 1dm here with me. When a man Is pas.ilng rrom one wtv waiting for her. Mad with Jealousy man to another tho survxt way to snap without giving us time to explain, he her to show seized a heiivy glass ornament and their relations Is brought It down on the victim's) head. Jealousy. Inez did not Improve mat ters. Bob graibmlly dropped her. Please go nwny from hero nnd say Naturally be the 'liinubcrs. nothing. We lire the only ones who w ho were or his ow n class, nnd ror the know of the tragedy,' same reason he was welcometl by "I was thinking what I could wiy to tho woman to make It easy for her them. Or course Inez was not Ignor ror ( relt obliged to rejiort tho matter ant or this. when the lights went out and left One day when Bob was out looking after his sheep he saw Clara r.'dlng mo In darknew. "I was awakened In the morning by alone. He was about to Join her when ho saw Inez riding In the oppo- - aiy wife In my own room from n heavy which, side direction rrom Clara. The two aleep or stupor, I don't know girls met, and Bob saw that something Sim could only get mo up by tylllng me I man was being said between them. Then 1 would ln. late lu trportlng. Inez pointed with her finger. Clara aged lo get Into my dollies, awnlloweii a tup of coffee- nnd went to headquarLad evidently asked tho way someters. where, "I thought the matter over Hint day "Heavens!" exclaimed Boh In uu chief that 1 had a:;ontzed tone, mid, digging Ids spurs mnl the next told the to 11ml a clew to tho Clmrnley Into his horse s thinks, ho shot off to- - railed nnd ndvlsed htm to krrp reed ward Clara. She was going rrliectly murder public with stories of clews till lug the toward n quicksand. Sho was nearly after election and then let tho mattea two miles from Boh mid u quarter of drop. Now that I Irive ttnbitnU netl a mile from tho quicksand. Boh was myself I wouldn't mlml heiirlng what wind, but lu?rore he going like tho you think iilxmt It." could reach her her horse began to "Who do jou think was the mini flounder. By the time, ho reached the who link you to the boue?" usUed margin of bard ground the iinliual one. Claia, who rode wns hair Immersed. "I don't like to say, but my Mispklon Idowlse, wns still untouched by the Is lit was the rninlcied man." sand. Boh release! bis liirlut, which "Did mi) thing over come out iiIhiiii he always carried, nhd, whirling It. thu uiurdert" nked another. drupped the nooso over hef'shoulders. "Not that I ever heard." The horse was lost, but tho woman The consensus or opinion was that was saved. Dowllng hud thought ho much about Neither Atherton uor Sllss Chambers tho Charnley cn'.u that he had dreamed uny one about Inez It nil. said a word to sending her rival over the quicksand A few veers tjatrr n man on his Clara went east within a row iWya deathbed n nfrssetl that ho had killed Bub left his ranch for parts unknown I'hnrnley bv ssNtake through Jealousy wlih h was uncalled for. and never saw the Mexican girl again Inez wns n llttlo Mexican girt lu southern California. There nre ninuy Mexicans there llWng peaceably under tho United States goveriiincnt- - They were there when Cnllfornh i'msed to Undo Sam nfter the Mexleiiu war, and they remained there. Bob Atherton was a young New Yorker who went west to engage In ranching, lie had been In the south west a couple of mouths without see- That's what you ought to have. If you're below .that, you're giving the other fellow the Ivst of It In Ihe stress nntl strain of modern lift: jou havo to be keyed up to tho best that's In jou, If you expect to go Ihe route and (hiding "infide the money". You ought to keep Ish on yourself, and when you discover the slightest lgns of letting down, )oil ought to come to nature's relief by taking n good torlc to brace up the vital forces and rebuild wastrd tissues. inel aaiv 'CEL-9A- E Builders. The Greatest of All Tonics and System will restoro the 100 per cent elliciency In bodily vigor which every contains ail the man and woman ought to have. esse utUI ingredients recognized by science as most elTectlve In building up the weak spots of the hotly, and then they are and blended In a way the ordinary doctor has not learned yet. is on sale nt Stormes Drug Store, Lancaster. Ky, $1.00 for .1 boxes, makes !l quails of medicine and lait a months. I.ega'ly Ciuarantrrd to satisfy jou ot money back. This Drug store also has rn sale our famous COWBOY LINIMENT lor rheumatic pslns. neuralgia, lumbago, cuts, burns, bruises, lameness nnd soreness, 25c and Me bottles. Try our Science Sope, Hc a bar, 3 ft.r 2fic. Will send I'ree on request a copy of our gieat book "The Cowboy Herbalist." STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. DC DC Dakoto 3?i-31 Jack-White-Mo- on West Broadway. 1.01'ISVII I.E, KY. D DC C KigggJtg!:agc.miM.n;s'ng. W. 0. RIONEY Funeral Lancaster. Director and - Maimer. Kentucky. Office I'lione 18. Residence I'lione 23. Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated, Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 330-- All Occasions. Prcmnt Attention -- 13 -- or K. All Orders Receive Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. Diaw A Check for the mtinfiy youove nnd note how much more respectfully your creditors you They like to do btisinuss with u ninn who Ims uu rd i,n. account nt the Garrard Bank Trtul Go. They know he is doing business in a business like way. Better open such an account even if your affairs are not large. Thev will grow all right. The Garrard Bank &. Trust Company WINTER TOURIST TICKETS Al Reduced Fa re 3, on xala Daily lo FL0R1M-CUBA-NEW rr ORLEANS Stop- - Oocr ! And All Resorts of the South Libera! Privilc2s FINAL LIMIT FOR RETURN, MAY 31, 13i7 sututTisrm-f- llJS??BS r,t"ttt "U M '"' rimTICKET! ACT or !P$M!1 MtWkli n. C 1!S Can KING, I'awnCcr eui Tlc&et Atft MIr Street, I.CX1.NC1 ON, THE NATIONAL BANK OF LANCASTER. CopJtul A. H , $50,000. .. Surplus $30,000. , )KNNY. I'resMent' J. E. STOItMF.3, Vice I'res't. S. C. DENNY, Cashier. r. (JlIA, K. 1. Jmhrv. Ass't Cuih'er. J. U Safety Samual Oeposit WE SOLICIT Boxes YOUH For Rent. BUSINESS. I). Cochran, Stoniies. S. C. Denny, Alex K. Denny. J. H. Posey, J. E. J. L. Gill. Dr, W. M. Elliott. DImcIom. The Central Record, Thursday, November 30, 1916. Help Nature Do It i r ,b ...... BCu inuw. alio ila uvn juu working to Ret rlil of your colds and catarrh? The rITort continues nil the time, hut in hot wenther you catch n frrh cold every day or so, add to the catnrrh In your system, and soon it Is chronic systemic. Your dlpcttlnn suffers, yoi have trouble with stomach ntl howels. Get nt the real dloM Clear up cotnrrh, and tho other troubles will disappear. -i l I I I I Aid With Pcrmia t'efuna liona. rr'at ,,. ttf:?. nu m me t.mo lrst, hatur. with Kituplr th. im.rrn, mom vtnir, tin. y,,.,,. ly n ihMi-- v i , ,.,1 end nanm, win tne ta ij tome. t. , m v A wrathr. lvtui has make rnMh MM wdir M 44 hl-r-- J !' Afcl rear. th th.... t. W. It TnM fM tiwtt . ; tvA .Minor. ,,jRfi THE P SYCAMORE VA LLEY. Mi. Junto I otter is on Hut sick lit tins wetk. Vim Ids Hurt swit th" week-en- d wl'i their parent at l.owi'11. Mr. Tout Trsey sold to V. A. l.ear, a .0.1 of corn at II.IH er barrel. Mr, Tom Pollard sold a three months 1,1 calf to V. A. l.ear for 111 mi Mr. diehard Ktder sold arinio nice bonis to John Adams for 7 cents. Mr. Itobt Tracey mid wife, of lluurre uaitl Mr. ami Mrs. J. II. Clark Sunday. , I'rof. II, V. Kvans spent the past week with his niece, Mrs. John Dun-.-aMiss faille Ijhi Clatk wn the guest f her cousin Mary James Clark until Monday. Mrs. Nannie Kay entertained at din-- i it Sunday to a number of friend and relatives, Mr. Ollie l.ano and wife were the Mn, an I Mrs. James Foster last Sunday. Misses Marie and lCtiitna I.e Itay vhltors of their uncle, were week-en- d Mr. John Kay. Mr. J. A. Ileatley pnrchaed a load of corn from Mrs. John Duncan at $J.2fi oer barrel. .Mr. woo, ayiir, wue, iiiny ami mother were the guest of Mm. Dave Anderson Sunday. .Mr. and Mrs. Tom Iracev and babe nmif.Ir. J. D. Naylor spent Sundav at lcit of a (reneratlon bro, when the late Mrs. Nancy Jennings Dunlap and her daughter, Mrs. Eugenia D. Potts, both elegant and gifted women, con rialite .: .'tilt,, will n colli tli0 no, seriousness il It tflecilnc observes ducted n school in Lancaster, they gath'. of nun iieglict amimK Ills .. luaintanrts. How nfltn have you ered about them t coterie of book lovird, "11b eaURlit rol.l, dl.ln't ito nnr- - ers. Of the circle rone was more I'isr frp It ami It turnnl Into" then than the pupil and young kinsme lr. silej disease Is namtdi OMInary eolda yield to prompt woman of tho two ladies, lovely Ida tr. etment at the heKlnnlnr. That Is Grant, then in her e.irly teens, of fine nhy every latnliy houl'l l." or7lleil with a rellahlc enueh mullein, one mind and poe le temperament. that will heal raw anil Inll.im- -I surIn this rung, ni'l iitinosphere tho mh.d faces, loosen the phleijm onlay irritation, esse the liu rt em an. I atop of the young girl vJti stimulated and Uekllng smsstlon In tho s throat developed, evincing marked literary that does not permit or., to sitep. Foley's Ifonev am! Ts- - rmw)un,1 nptitud". With the years her talmt r la Invaloahla f'.r rellei tnuahs. matured, and Miss Grant's delicate, croon, wumnlmr tick. ling In throat, '.ahtneaa . enese, teml-- r vere and her re'lgious poems, rrlppe or tirnni-hla- l rfn-- I' cnuah' IB eshslfng a high nnd sensitive piety, won tains on harmrtil InareeiTir' DON'T SHOOT. heallna-- , amtMuK, fffliien' . .iirat,- - Immediate recognition. Inn. S During x sheltuied ami happy young Anni Don't shoot without bcenae. womnnhotid her mind whs enriched by Don't I uy or sell quail. an agroeable social life nml was ever Don't hunt oft vour own land with- QI7MNR CKAPgL. sensitive and responsive to the ytmo-h- i out licene. i rig and inspiring inituies with -- thich Don't kill iTMire than twelve tiiails in her w bv was blessed. Mrs. Cecil Humplir-- y illl. one da) . With the pacing yeara life challeng Mr. ttetha ImR wpis tile JfKeHt of Don't shoot tUlrrela after Drc. Ifith. ed her with lis actualities: she met the Miss .Mnu.te TeatiT Sunday. Don.t kill Knglish or native pheas-antI chall-ng- u courageously, ope ling, in tho wild turkey or woodcock. Mis I. ina Seliooter hul bMi visltlni; prim phrase of the day, a '"select Don't kill nil the quail in a covey, her eisler Mrs Josper N-- l. school", from the children of her relleave some for ned. j Mr. (ifoie Calico sold ame atives nnd near friendj. To her pupils Dan't forget to feeil the'hirds during .Mr. Will Pollard nt Ui cents. her attention was conscientiously de- the winter. fiorn, the little daughter or ,Mr. onti, niKi witn tlie il illy lesson Irom Dim't fall to imtlfy your local War- - i Silas M.itlheWM i ill with pneumonia. the luok there Went into the forming den of those who violate the law. Mesdamt a Allen Teat. and Amelia miml of tn" ('"P11 an inspiration Irom A fellow who hunts without n iicesise "w" nature toward true and worthy Uogte were in Lancaster shopping We.l- is a cheater see tha. he obeys. Ilvn K nesdav. IUt the writer's craft was always of Mr. and Mrs. Ud 'Dalley i.ml .Mr. chief interest to Miss (limit, and she Wallacoton. John Land tnotorod to Itichn.ond Wed- in time devoted herself to newspaper nesday. work exclusively, becoming stair conMr. Hugh Campbell was in I'creu Hegular preaching services at the tributor to numbers of city and c mnty Saturday afternoon. Methodist church Saturday eVinirg paierr, handling the matters that came Mrs Kllen llallard was the guest of and Sunday. up daily in her reportorial work with a Mrs. C. Caldwell Sunday. Mr. W. II. Sebastain was tho guest comprehensive and firm mental grasp. Mrs. Matt Darre.ll is now t4e guest of Mr. nnd Mrs. Wilbcrt Dailey' Satur To the intimate group of friends to of relatives at l.evel Green. day and Sunday. whom Ida May Grant was very dear, a Mejdames Jnsiali McCulley and gentle presence, and distinctive Mr. Chester Etkins made hi usual of unusual mental endowment A.nelia Ilogie were guests of .Mrs. An- call at Wallfccelon, Sunday. is missing. , drew Scott Thursday. Mr. W. II. Wvlie is able to be out With the grace of an elder day her Mr. and Mrs. EJ Dalley and' daughagain after a lingering illness of t- life was iied above material conditer vmtfd Mrs. Nora May, at Wil-rno- tions and through all phoel fever. weathers of Saturday and Sunday. found her a cultured, sympaMr. and Mrs. Geo. Davis were tie Miss Js Zuin and Mattie Calico were thetic, interesting companion, alert to guest of Mrs. Davis' parents, Mr. and guets of Mrs. Jesse I.nyton near current happenings. Her mind sought Mrs. 1! C. lloian Sunday. Friday end Saturday. wide horizons and in her society one Mr. and Mr. W. W. Worthington felt at once lifted out of the petty and TO THE TRAVELING PUBLIC. are rejoicing over the arrival of a son. common place Walter Thompson, November 23rd. With a bent for geneology, and prov. You are urgently requested to Use .Mr. nnd Mrs. John Land and Miss ed of her own lineage. Miss Grant had I lie the entire road and not to drive in Lennn Holland were guests Mr. and a delightful store of facts and anec same track all the time us .such n llumpsoii Davis and daughters Sunday dotes of pearly Garrard County day proctdure Mill caue the road to rut Misses Maude Tealer, Jeso 11. Hay which she had collected for her ow and, even though it might be only and Lenna Hnllon were guets of pleasure and for literary purposes and for a email depth, water will run Misses Zula and Mattie Calico Tueulay perhaps no one was richer in local n dowd in the ruts and cause the road to night, miniscences than she. Loving, deteriorate. A rut is very hard to revaliant in he Dock Simpson has been very ill Mrs. pair especially until It gets to be three family life, tender and loyal to her Mrs. John deep. The people should at her home in Richmond. or four inchea friends, of fine reserves of character, Lind was with her from Monday until realize the fact that they are pajlng ever womanly withal, in eveay relation Wednesday. ship of life Miss Grant manifested her for the road themselves and should try to preserve some because il is their, A number of our Joung folks at- - self n dnuutlter ol stutlnrh unit rentln tended the delightful surprise party .tneV in ivhnr-- . ... property given at the home of Miss Uartiara scrupulous virtues inherited from cn It. WII.KY. Commissioner of Public Itoads. Gulley Tuesday evening. honorable ancestry. Mr. Tom'.Nnylor's. Messrs. Victor Sander nnd Jss Simpson made n business trip to Lexington last Thursday.T. S, llemlien sold 17 held of nice cattle to Pop., ami Itoblnion nt llyatts-vill- e at tfi.W per hundred. Mr. James Mitrso nnd wife, of Mnrkfburv spent .Sunday with their daughter, Mrs. Victor Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. JV. 0. Clark and little son, tlarl. spent from I'rMay until Sun-'la- y with Mr. ami Mrs. Milton' Ward. Homer and ('brfstlrw Clark spent Saturday night nod Sunday with their giand-parcnt- . Mr. ami ami Mrs. Sim Clnrk. Ccughs and Colds Not to Be Neglected IN MEMORIUM. "early LIVE" STOCK N0TE8. Ik dtttCk A RSfffct Mm. Bk4 ! A good grooming every day will help to keep the eont short mid nNo keep tho horse heallhy, il Stools nrc rcwnllnl for the handling of the sheep Ihifh. Willi ho?s It Is not hoM to crowd the breeding slotk to A thrifty their full enpnelty. prowlli without too tntieh fnt Is best for the MmI: IiiIi ikIc I fir III ej I Mbr. W m. D. Pryor. Veteii lift Sin oon and Dontisl. Olllce at Ilaitn.; I.iverv Stable. brerler The lii'BUlng eolla elunim Imvo eslrflr.ll.. (riml enr t.i the wo" t her eomes. f.iiiifiistcr Kfistucky C'nii'tniilly Improvp jour twit by Mttiriiit hlstli cn lies nnd by keepln ewe Infill. ; 111111" aiow my pit--i iron va riety or food, mil It inn nst.ally If glvt'i til them In ?inpi letter than In nity other wny. zr (im : tivnT . . Jforrme, Ihi.iStiutt OpUtlan rttli H.tl.fH ttnll I., .h.i... He. J.E. EDWARDS, M.D NEED OF GOOD KURES If! Phone 391-- HORSE l!AiSIS h.s.to BUCKEYE, KY. ' We bao bail i iiiiiikIi of the meiage kind of burse production In this tomt- try In f'i't. toa iniicli of it aaja '.V i . ltllzznrd of the ilrparlment of rnl n'.nl husbandry " f Oklahoma A and j M. college. Net more than half of the ' horses pindtunl nic of the rlclit tjpe coiifi rir.athn 'nml quality, viys Mr. I'.I::;jih1. Vi t hori-misers rcem to lose sight of th" fa't lli- -t to make a ' rop iiltUiii of tlie liiisliiesa r iKtjlutt lh"y itnt perilii.e ehat the innrkct .'nsii:: "s an n. . v. lut ihey can ban- '.i,' c.ihleht. It pays tnueh ln'tler to kwp n few "Xira grisl mares and raUe raiefnlly n few gpinl funis than It does to keep a I' t of clicup horse, without feed ctmrgu to give hny of them n fair A gnl male H worth i haute. n tiarii full of ordinary ones. Imetyour moner In fewer jnares, giro the foals Jionaker Fine Cut Flowers. M. John McRoberts. h. aj. Patrick, Kentuek I). V. 7 Ot;ntit. Paint Lick. John II. Casey, Graduate Cincinnati College. DAN.V1LLE, il Veterinary Surgeon. Veterinary KENTUCKY. mm, J. S.Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Office Over National llank. Residence 1'hone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. Three Brown Manley Many of tlie ncrlcultural colleges are ndtlalne (armcru to ral. horsca Halse kikmI unes Is the advice, Tliere is money In pood horses, but try little In small and Inferior animals, ltlir tlr.iftcr nie what the s, market demands. Pereherons, Clldes and Sillies nr all In Is a this clahft The stallion shown llelgtan. CULTIVATORS I ' ,ni .i to close out at cost. G.C. COX, Manse.Ky 5 EtSSeSS33K3SS ACCO - - TO -- , - STANFORD, STREET C, A. Speitfr Company MANAGERS. brooding will not lie ublu to compote with his neighbor who keeps only the best brood 'inures, ccn though they both me- the same stallion. The luare has ns much I nil nonce upon tho colt ns tho hire. Once In nnhlle you may get u very tine colt from an infoilnr mare. but this Is very rarely the ease, mid no one can afford to breed horses for this exceptional chit tiro of getting a good one. The main burden of tho luiproenieut or tue uon-- liiecding Industry rests upon the man' owner. As long as these owi.crs will patroillre Inferior, 111101111,1 and 111 hied Mulllinis btvauso their senhes mo n few dollars less than the well bred, well nuittiivit stallion with good Individuality and with givaler eapiibllltles of transmitting good uunlltles to their olTsiirlii lllllo i i... i.. I... ... i i.i..w.u Illg. . Tanners raising colls do not reallo to them wilt bo live or that the ten folil or even greater when tho colt reaches maturity or Is put upon the market If It Is idrrsl by a good, pur" hied stallion, rrollllcaoy Is Inherited Just us much In horKCs ns lu other kinds of stock. Helvct tho proline slinln. the best f feoil and care and you will innljf more money than you will by raising ten or twelc uvernRp foals In :H. K. Deuny and W.A. Wheels the average way. . Doctors Of Denial Surgery. In selectlns breodinu stiK-- keep In principle of breeding thnt OOie. Storine. Bulldliigovei Hurt A AuiJe mind the son', iiniiuire Store. "like produces like." The principle applies to the brood mare its well ns LANCASTER, KENTUCKY the stallion. I5.nl qualities la the mare nre as likely to appear In. the colt ns nrc- bad qualities possessed by the stallion. Tho Influence of the mute In the tr.iusmilnii of qualities to the foal K as a rule, very much iinderetliiialiil and sometimes entirely lunoicd. The farmer who keeps worthless mares for T Fv Rhubarb. Asparagus, 'Roses, Phlox, Peonies Garden. Write for free CntUiOfjue. No Afc'Is Shrubs, Grape Vines,, Fruit and Shade E E. S Tres Everything for Orchard. Iomii am) 'H.P.Hillenmeycr& 1E41. 'JOHN WHITE LOUISVILLE, , Sons 191tl Lexington. Kentucky. 4KY. CO. I i , i Llbsral assortmtnt and lull value for cnno raw Hldoa and Coat 8klna runo Jefferson School TWO Law. We Pay Highest Market Prices. Unload the Same Day. No Commission Chargea. Phone 308. Also Branch House 'at MORELAND, KY. 8 8 1 ik u . ICJ Barn Itch or Ringworm. 1 mr 1 for luiru Itch, which usually appear itlPOTT PLVVDiEEi' -- ' muwui IIIU CJM, UIUUK llll' Ill'CK Ullll back, scrub well with ktronc soap- - I aaaaaaajaaaaaawMai suds and after drying oiT npply tho fob i lowing; Cretdlu one ounce, oil of tar ouo ounce, flower of sulphur oue ounce and bird or vaseline eight I rounces. The above should I well HIGHEST PRICES PAID mixed together. Treatment should bo repeated three times In throe weeks. Remttt.aca Malted on Dar Saipm.ot la Received If tlio eruptlou g In circular form it may bo ringworm. In which case It No Commissioa to Pay should bo well scrubbed as with Itch : Write foe Prica U.t and and when dry painted with tincture of Solppiac T., lodliie. In elthrr caso the Infoctlon will be carried by the brushes', blan M. Sabel & Sons kets, etc., and all such should be disinlac.raw.Uj fected with bolllue water or strong 1K li II. o. t, s. See. ' TM,Jn a.l ni ITeturt. lor br latAi.W'V X B. hi li. V in.u. li. n tnn JI l.l.le fvrrlilmil. U VI IK IH1M t . Kl(lLIi)iK.d..Mf ' S ii jBi um r f 641 - disinfectant. Orauce Judd Farmer. I LOUISVILLE, KY. The Central Record. Thursday. November 30. 1916. iwtArruvti ' CHICKEN TALK. IK lip nil AROUND THE DAIRY. Don't licsteit to Ifaky spots la tho houses mint are again ultli us and il.tmpnfss Is tlie foe nf fowl life ami vigor. Perches must nt Ik nailed down, Pit tlirin Into slots so they can In" easily removed for cleaning. f!et tlie pullets Into their winter quartets ya Hint they will become fiwnlllar with their environment and rominence the winter campaign for producing OSS'. Don't allow nnlmnl fooil (beef nrrnp, etc.l to lie armmd oxisis-eto the air; It tend to vitiate Its purity. A pood plan Is to tie It securely In paper sacks until overcomes dIUlciiltles Is usually the fellow who makes poultry pay. who the The nablea so you can liim save the lliptld manure. It will Hie pny. Cans should have enough bright clover to dl'tond the digestive tract, (the them nil they will eat up clean. Studio lloois mid the manners should lie Impelled nnd put In first class condition. Don't leave' tlioc things until n big storm IMIIU'l"). THE IMF . TOBACC Incorporated. WAREHOUSE CO. Richmond, Kentucky. Open To Receive Tobacco, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 1st ana the First Sale Will be Held on Will Do not let the cows sleep on the frorou ground. Pcrloti trouble with the udder of the most proUtablii cow Is liable to be tlie result of such cntelessness. See that the maimers have no holes In the bottom. Such holes will cause the loss of a lot of wanted. The fellow feed. Court Da) , December 4th. The Home Tobncco Warehouse will lie itpersitctl under the direct tiiiiiiiijjenieiit of the same pnrlies in personally that each nnd every crop receives the same careful attt nticn. liere-to-ior- PREPARING WHOLE GRAIN RATION NOT GOOD FOR HENS j THE COW who will fee to it FOR WINTER DAIRYING The manner In which cows are fed and mnuaged during the six to eight I weeks' tierlod nrior to calving has much to do with their year's production. Improper feeding or failure to ' give proper rr st between lactation pe-usually results In a decreased irlods for the lactation period. 1'or cows that are to freshen during the winter months com silage makes an excellent substitute for pasture grass, ami In summer It should often- Jmes be n supplement to pasture grass. In fact. It Is Impractical and unprofitable to nttempt to run n dairy farm In the corn belt without corn silage. A rait ton made up of twenty to thirty pounds of corn silage, all the :il fill fa or clover hay they desire nnd a grain mixture of three inrts ground oats, two parts bran and one part oil meal will prove very satisfactory. The amount of grain per day should be governed by the individual anlm.il A small quantity of corn may be given to niiimnls thin In flesh, but they xhould not lc crowded, but rather fleshed up slowly Too large a quantity of corn Is likely to have a bad This house has always made the HIGHEST GENERAL AVERAGE, due to the Excellent Light, and Competent Tobacco Men Haudling Your Tobacco. You will find us ready to lake care of you any time, day or nitfht and everything possible will !c done to secure for yon the highest , possible price. All the big Companies will be represented and indications are for the highest prices ever paid. ' A hell laying four ikiuihI hen this number will produce six times r her weight In cgjs, writes II. I. In the Western Poultry Journal. To do this she will require from seventy to eighty pounds of feed. I'nr ecoIt Is necessary nomical production that the food be properly selected, that It be fed In correct proportion nnd In n Judicious manner, in order that her digestive organs may lie kept In po.nl condition, nnd that she be fed enough so that she has plenty of surplus for egg production. Tlie problems of poultry feeding require good Judgment and keen observation. Hens for egg production should have foods high In the food elements which are found In eggs. Those fe.l in the fattening pens should have the foods which most economically produce fat. The best rntlon, then, is the one which supplier most economically tho food requirements of the bird for tho puriose for w hlch it is kept. It should be remembered that i ne of the principles of poultry feeding Is thnt the hen cannot do well If fed' on a whole grain ration. Not only does a ration of grain fall to furnish the prop. ft food nutrients, but such a ration Is nil .unusual. A Kern-ntefi-- t aw ecus In a year Is not lay-'lu- g ! ill In production pure bred Hock Is highly profitable. A pure bred cow which has developed along lines of production Hill produce from Jno to unds of butler fat and during that time will produce an offspring The average worth IKO to 1150. scrub cow produces about IM pounds of butter fat with a calf valued at 115. The cow here hown Is a pure bred Holtteln. effect on the system. Timothy bay and cottonseed meal are very undesirable, as they are rather constipating, while laxative feeds are needed it this time. It Is well to reduce the ration slightly Just prior to calving, us by so doing: the danger of milk fever and after calving troubles are decreased to some extent. It Is liest to put the cow lu a? clean, disinfected, well bedded box stnll n few day prior to calving. If are not moving freely, a her to one Kund of doe of salts or one quart of raw linepaoiu A seed oil will prove very benellclaL grain latlou of two parts bran nnd one wrt ollmeal is very good at this time. For n few day after calving the cow's drinking water should be tuke warm. In addition to alfalfa or clover hay and a moall quantity of com silage, she should be fed bran mashes or n small nllowanco of brim, ollmeal and oats. After about three days ah" may then lo placed nu more solid food. At'lenst thirty days shonlil lie taken In getting her up to f nil feed, and enre should be taken to Increase the bulky feeds that are luxatlve tlrst nnd the heavy concentrated feeds later. II. II. Chairman Dairy Husbandry , Klldee. Farm. St. l'aul. Division, I'nlvep-ltthree-quarte- A quantity of dust or fresh earth stored conveniently, from which a (Toot! dusting box three or four fet square run be keit rilled, will add Kreatly to the comfort of the chickens after bad weather conies and Hill greatly reduce the loupe trouble early next spring. The box should le elevated above the floor and placed where the sun can shine lr. It. Flowers of sulphur mixed In the dust will help kill the vermin. A good type of dust box Is shown. dlltlctilt for the bird to dlget properly. The great fault with the farmer In hi iwultry feeding Is that he attempts to feed n Imlu grain ration mid ycnernlly only one grain at that. Such n ration results In poor egg production nnd ids causes digestive disorder and liter Complaints of nnd kldi'ej troubles. this Llud frequently cotiiu to the dc husbandry, nnd a piit'tnctit of Kiultry wvsgBetiil change In the ration has usu ally reunited In the elimination of the JroVble. I.'Ukient digestion demands a of wholo mid g:ound combination Rail Dairy Calves. grains. A ration should consM of The practice of raising Ids own Gciioriiil., culves olTers the dairyman many and irralris and ground feeds, iqwiklm:, twice ns much grain shoul unlimited advaiitago-r- . It Improvss the lie tntisiimed ns ground feed. This de- quality and market value of hi herd 01 fends', of course. uxn the nature means Incrensisl production of both ttlie foods fml. milk and butter Mt and reduces to Hi egg prodtn tlo.i ran mlnlinuin tho danger of Infecting !il , good ration for a combination o." grains herd ultli the many diseases co:nmoii be mmle with I'or grains equal to this cla'H of live stock, thereby nnd ground part by weight of wheat and coin o avoiding seiious loss which may resiil. r.. In the winter time twice an muili from csinileiunatlon or death of tils 1'or ground its wheat muy In- Used. cased animals and from decreased pro feed a mixture of equal parts of bran a, ,, ii, ,n .in., to low vitality caused b ahorla mid cornnicul may be used, lit disease. It lir.tects his product ngulntt egg production requires nlro coiitainlnnllQU with disease germs . t, ii.u i.iilim tin unmileuientcd with which might otherwise Jeopurdlie the that the birds health nnd llto or tne consiuuius yuu either sour milk-- all ulll ililnk-- or lu case sour milk Is notMillion. 1 t available, commercial beef scrap. Onefourth of the ground feed should con- slit of beef tcrup lu case this Is used. Tho 'Importance of keeping grit and oyiter shell before tho birds ut all times can not be overcitimated uud U csi-dally Important during tho winter months. lie-Ind- iana ( Rocks Popular. TPe Harred Itock seems to have the .call. over all breed. In thin country, It CO,- r being estimated that there are over 000 breeder of UU stock who practice ''i buying stock or batching eggs esk wUa vrklck to add new lileoeV (rr. Tk. Calf ta Raise. I'edlgree Is excellent, but It Is not of In lo much value an high performance .tie cairn direct ancestors. i:sieclally i ii,,. r,iiru slro und that sire's . hlirtihruws. The cairs dam jliould tw a choice cow, but her aire cannot bo too well bred to Insuro her Alsii if the cairn granddam on the slre'a side and were not cow of great natural mm i,i,, i ni.nitr .to not waste good mon rm Jour ey aud time on the nal. .i,!, i. f. calf.-Ka- Sir and Mrs L. K. Speaks are the TION FOR A STINGY MAN. proud parents of n fine buy b'irn the 23. Voo MM ICS c Mr Moses of LoumviIIh was the guest We heard related an account of n For Sale: Small place. S. II. Kster. 4tsc talt besaini If tot the em. Til prescription Riven to an exceedingly of Mr and Mrs P..I Grow lust Tliurs'sv 11. .It (si. ire iim ot oar Urmer tut, crltir, and l foi stingy farmer by a doctor. The fnriner ami Friday the islv ot ftock. Kiaiu an.l tiieh thllncs od Wanted: Some nice country harr.. MesilAntis Hunttr Hay ami ('has. farm si the tarmrr cstinot afford to sitter took the prescription lo the druggist. ipiite sick are Will pay highest market ptlce. 'e. N'o notice will ;e aoceele.1 orer lour The dtliggist told the farmer that he Duncan, who Itnv t !(itt. will beotiljrtn tno Uur ot tlie could not flit the prescriptior nnd said improving, W 11. Hall. ifoan fre nt ehsrre to the farmer; "If you will rend it ,n Mrs Sain fpeaks Mr l K. Don't fail to see that isiimUr FOI! SAI.K-T- wo Where- and daughters. Misses Illanche and Ida Rood milk cows. Yourself you will see whv." " feature, "Hie Keforin upon the farmer adjusted his glasses were in 1'Xington Saturday. Fresh and jounj;. Hobt. Iturn-idat Opera House Thursday 301 h. and read to his nstoiiislini.nt: Mr II I! Montgomery, wifeni d chilFor Sale or Hent- -1 acres of im "One hind girl to be taken at soon I have for sale, some old walnut and proved land. us you can get her. and kept constantly dren attenk'.l Sunday u biithdnv dinner cherry furniture, in giKul condition, at her grandfathers, Mr Jas Sunders. J. V. Sanders, Judson. Ky. on hand thefeatter. belonged to my mother, apply tn The little girl who recently arrived that "A few new dresses that the wiws FOK SAI.K-Sev- en W. II Mason. Lancaster Ky shoats. weight of your hired men wouldn't be ashamed at the home of Mr and Mrs Isaac Mont GO pounds. about to wear, and a new hat nisi wrap to gomery has been ihritenl Virgie Strayed: -- To my p'ace II brad of cat n. Ii. Griggs ,K. K. 3. Lancaster. replace those you bought last Mr and Mrs G. W. Thompson are re- - tie. Owner can get aaiuu by proving Foi: SaXE-- A No. I White Holland thirteen jears ugo. reiving congratulations over the arrival proerty and paying for notice nnd keep. . "All to b tinctured with at least s j of a baby girl on the Zlid, chtisteiitd Gobbler. I'hone G. V. Pence. Murksbury ky much daily consideration as jou bestow Lids Geneva Mrs J. G. Uumaide Fur Sale One five passenger (Iter-lanupon your cattle. Mrs Ituford Tester and children of WANTED-O- ne big type Poland and one Schaeht Truck. Cheap if week j Jessamine spent the first of th China boar, weight T5 to 125 lbs. sold at once. with her grand mother. .Mrs K. F. Scott OF REG! S. K. Hammock, I'aint Lick, Ky. DOIlS BREEDING White & Kiddle. here and her sister Mrs Kd llendricksoii Paint Lick. Ky. For Sale A few more extra nice at Orchard Grove. TERED JERSEYS PAY? Single Comb White Leghorn rooster?. For Sale or trade for Stock a t.l4 Mesdames K F. Scott and Kd Grow Mrs. John Doty, Markshury Ky I entertained last Wedntikdny, Mesdames Maxwell touring ar has been run &OO0 A Dairy Industry Here At Home. John Hryant, C. C Decker, Nannie miles, guaranteed In good running conFor Sale: -- Three nice younKredrowsl dition. A. II. Swojie, The record that Mr. G. H. Swinebroad Mullina, Leslie Cunningham. Ch.'ts and !!.,.. It,,... m.l i,,.,.- l.. Hryantivllle, K), of thin city, who has bred nothing but Teeodore Dunn and Clay Parka of year 1917. a house registered jerseys for the past ten For Kent for the Fir Rtot. and 15 ncres of grass, and 20 acres to years, has made with his famous herd, Upstairs Flat, four rooms and bath. should convince the most skepital that b- - put in wheat. To Keep Inkwells Clean. J. r. Lonn, it pays and pays well to handle the pure The Ink should be iiurcd nut of tlie Two halls. Also two connected office J. K. Slonnes. fat-iU. no 1 Lannstrr. Ky. It. F. bred stock only, if milk and butter wells once u week und the Mulls uaatwO rooms. In hot nuter. to be the desired result. For Salt I have a few Maramoath Uronze tur-- l From twelve registered jersey cows, Wcmen's W.sys. Dsndy 7 room, houe 4 acres- land kejs fcr bI. from October 1st 1115 to August 1st "I have nothing to say," says in In- with good out buildings on Danville Mrs. IV. T. Swope. 191C, he sold worth of cream. HryanUifille Hxchanei;. beside supplying bis fitmilv with milk dignant woman today, nnd then she street at a bargain. Joe. S. Haselden. Phone 37 F. talked her head otT. These women I and butttfr and from the skimmed milk For Sale: Two thorobred Hereford he raised twelve calves from these cows Atchison Globe. MULES WANTED. boll calves. Weight UH to OiO pounds. and also 33 pigs until they reached the . ltione J. A. Owens. Most Sacred Thing. Am in the market for some good 100 pounds each. maximum weigkt of Crab Orchard, lloute 2. Everything that Is Mine even tn my mules and army mules, 15 har.ds tu 16 So methodical U Mr Swinebroad with I inny give to one I love, but the hands high. W. II. Ilurton. his work, that be keepa a daily record life. Cultivatrtl'ilemp Seed' for sale. Hecret of my friend Is not mli.c lo lKHMf. ' G. A. Swinebrood. of the amount of milk produced by eich give. Philip Sidney. cow und a representative from tin i Agricultural College ut Lexington tests LISTEN. MARKShUKY Reasonable Min's Fault. the milk for butter fut from each cows Get your Thanksgiving orders of oysWo don't like II reusounhle man. We days In each, month. The best cow Fisher Hughes sulci lib duelling and two in his herd, in tne ten months made never cun feel Mire tliut l.e Is.i't going ters, cranberries and celery of stop toMark Coins for W. II. Hall to Hultcli over to the other side. 471. G pound of butter and four cows Fort Worth MIm Susie Higgins will be a pleasant made 1(01 pounds of hnlter in the ten FOR RENT. vwiton in this neighborhood this week. months. Mr. W. C. Doty of l'nint Uck swit. Mr Swinebroad recently sold a car Five room cottage on Hill Court, Exhausted Market Mrs. Gniir.erey scwral tJays last week with relatives, load of his jersey stock, which were "I'm having the large lot and garden, bath and lights. Mr. J, W. Swope of DiuiviUe was the' shipped to parties in Georgia, consist- greatest ll?.'iilty Ii. lliullr.g a new It. T. Kmbrv ut National Hank. cook." (Smnierry- - "That doesn't surgutst of relatives the lirst of the week ing of, twentyooe jersey cows, and heifprise me lu the lenst, my dear. You Mr. Smith, of Crab Orchard has been ers, all registered, one yearling null Mi'iu to have I.uil ub.itit oil thv c.xils FARM FOR SALE. vi:ting her daughter airs, rraulc, and two gnule heifers, for which he there are on the market." $1'J4U. Always exercising good Higgins. About two miles from Paint Lick. Jliss Martha Ktiins, of Danville is judgment. Mr Swioebroud never sells In good state of cultivation, well waDad Hsblt All Too Prevalent. aith Mr. and i his best, bill Im kept ten of tlie"tops" 8 eading several days The unconscious fault of Interrupt- tered, and new fence, all around. New which arc now ill bis large dairy burn Mrs. Tom Chestnut. stock barn, about t)G acres in gruss, and and aru now giving an averugeot thirty ing Is ho prevalent that Itobert M'ks Lulu Simpson hits returned from pounds For furof milk u day, three of Ihetn Stevenson once paid the f Mowing forty acres for cultivation. Oicii.nittl whete she his 'been under with first calf uud one heifer among tribute to his deceased friend, James ther information, call up or write L. J, "He mum the only mini I Fcrrler: the carv of Dr. Frieburg. them with first culf, gives rs high as ever knew who did not habitually In- Fish, Paint Lick Ky, or Walter Lancaster Ky. Mr. ard Mrs. Jou Smith, of Nich H. I pounds of milk in one day. terrupt." ll.'n.it olasvilie, have been g.esta of Mr. ni.d His entire herd now consists of his Mrs Arthur Smith for the past several own raising und he exects several of License Cave Privilege. them to make, over OH) pouuds of liut-t.Aligelo walking dimu the sheet kiiw during tbv next twelve months. Tom Chestnut bought, last week, k Tony condng the opposite wny ondllig farm located in Fayette county neir Ids dog. Ilelng ileuthly iifnild of It, Lvxington, contuimng 120 acres at ns It wus pluyful, he said to Tony: SlCili.'. per acre. "Suy, If your dog bites me I'll have Ming Georgiu Dunn will go lo him arrested." "Go on," Mild rimy, Harrodsburg Sunday to make an ad "this dog has a license; he'x ullowed to bltu uii)body." dress in the interest of the Kentucky Christian Kndevur Union. Mr. Lynn C.ooch and Miu May Pride Defore a Fall. THE proper thing Govcr, Mr llsuglunin Phillip and MUa Vanity of vanities. All Is vanity. A for a lady or gentleI.innle ltankln were here Sunday spendrich New York woiiuiii who won ted to man to present nowaprevent her daughter's marriage to it ing the day with Mr. und Mrs. UobL days, when making penniless Millor fulled us preventer beI have opened a Candy Kankln. cause her heavy, handsome car could calls. Factory on Lexington St., will bo a pic supper und prottv There not iiitch (he elopers' tin llzzlu on u Come and see what girl's contest ut Hicu Academy on the next door to the Puritan. billy roud. evening of December 8th, for the bene. a beautiful line of Pure,Fresh,DelIcious fit of the school library. Everybody is samples we have and For Vatellna Btalni. Candy, Home Made cuidially invited. You can get them out this wny: get our prices for 50 Dr. How, of Louisville was here last Our Specialty. Cover the article with boiling water or more. und let Htund u while. Then udd u week representing he llaptlst Orphans Your patronsgu is cordially washing teuspoouful of Let owdcr. Home of GlendalH uud preached a very solicited. Phone 212. htund until the vvutvr Is cool enough interesting sermon Wednesday evening CENTRAL RECORD tu put tho hunila In, Then wush as The church contributed $100. to the usuul, Tho cloth will be tieau uud tus cause. Dr. How was the gnest of ltev, grease 111 be on top of the water. J, W. Mshsn while here. FARM'S COLUMN! THE DOCTORS' PRESCRIP- MT. HEBRON OITLI. IWD BIN THIS COLUMN 1 JioavO .'ks I'r.ri-mou- (.'andi-date- e. hr le 1 378-F- d s I J JS.il lf - ' 37t-U- - I Kt-J- t. I -- llain-mac- k, ds. ir A Neatly Candy Kitchen. Visiting Card 1 Engraved CoyS. Sanders