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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 7, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916120701_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 7, 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. TWBNTY SEVENTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. DECEMBER 7. 1916. rfajanti-ifKl nuumn. Water! drink. Alwava Water! a good Not a drop to even sliow REGULAR MEETING OF CITY at Homana I SOME To Be THINGS Thankful For P Opera House Tonight (Thursday) la I'AItAMOUNT Night at Itoman'i 0rra House. suffrage of 410 women exercised the right In school election held in Dan- COUNCIL MONDAY NIGHT. Many We Are Headquarters for 1 Interesting Matters Up For I That our prices on Stoves are reasonable. That our goods in any line are the best. That we are thoroughly prepared to supply all orders, and That it pleases us to please you. m I CONN ! BROS. m ' LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. SPANISH LU CQ CAKE. RAISIN POUND. Z NOW IS THE TIME Get your D to bake XMAS CAKES. Ixl -- Raisens, Currents, Citron, J P Figs, Nuts and Spices at D Hi 2 The Mayer having appointed Messrs S. C. Denny, J. W. Elmore anil W. F. Champ as a committee to solicit subSee Ilillie Ilurke In "Gloria's scriptions to the water works extention Friat Itomans Opera House fund, they were Invited to report the day. Special musical program, result of their work to the council on Ituy your Xmaa seals from the next Monday night, it having been arWoman Club and help a good cause. ranged for an adjourn meeting for that They also get 90 per cent of the money night. All claims were parsed until regular which will be used here. meeting night in January on account of HKI) CltOSS Christmas seals insure the necessity of saving the funds on the usefulness of your Rifts. Use them hands, to meet past due obligations. alsu on the hacks of all envelopes, on The council pasted an ordinance reall checks, bills, prescription and bun- quiring all motor vehicles which are to dles from now until New Years. be left without some one in control for A season of plenty smiles upon us, fifteen minutes, to be parked with the and harvests of golden grain have been rear of the machine to the park on the '0. garnered ; no plague or pestilence has public rquare under a penalty of from Other Visited us, and the aun ahinea in glori- $1. to $10. fine for a violation. regulations looking to the public safety 13 ous effulgence over a peaceful land. from motor vehicles was oidercd. In executive session it was ordered The Julia Allen Circle ot the Hubble Christian church will have a I'ie Supper that the position of Chief of I'olice and and Candy Sale at the Hubble School Superintendent of Water Works which .House, at suvon oclock, Friday evening has heretofore been one office, was December 8th. Kvcry body invited. separated to take effect on January 1st. In the future the duties of Superin Come and help worthy cause. tend.-n-t of water wopks of the city will . . I . . -- . !)..lk be to look I. Tllie yi-- r iiuhv uhvb I I ulkv ihuwu ' i after the water works, collect lur Law, the daringaviatrix who llew from ! all city tuxes and revenues and look Chicago to New York. She is now pre-- 1 after the street construction and repair, The paring for a return trip in o monster at a salary of JfiO per month. new aeroplane of the latest design. C lief of I'olice at $o0 per month, to be The first trip was made in a Curtiss required to keep the peace of the city, ! furnish and pay his own deputy. Mr. U machine considered obsolete. JO lluck therefore loses his position of somebody i fjhfef of I'olice and Superinturdent of Most of us believe that of Water works after January first. The alse is to blame for the high co m living. It would be hard to throw council will select Irom the applicants 3J stone in the street without hitting on next Monday night persons to fill somebody with a remedy for conditions the.e two positions. We think It a very the causes of which they could not per- wise move on the part of the city fath03 suade anybody else that they understood ers to have separated the two places, as it was very difficult to find an officer The l'arcel I'ost Sale at Court House, suited for both positions. Thursday night, Dec. 14. by Division m No. 1. of C. W. . M. asks that the ladies living in the country who have .CIRCUIT COURT contributed country produce to bring the Enters Second Week With A Full Docket such things to the court house morning of the 14th wher- - they will Ahead. find ladies to receive them. ville Inst Saturday. HOLlDA y A larger line of goods than ever. GUT CLASS, SILVERWARE, LAMPS, CHINAWARE, TOYS, DOLLS, ETC., ETC. Children SANTA CLAUSS will be at our store. Watch our ad and he will tell you what day and time of day he is coming. ... r, Haselden Lancaster, - Bros., Kentucky r. r Faints- All Kinds. O CUEEEY'S. XMAS NOVELTIES. X Glass Baskets, Vases and Chinaware. W See Border of "Ad" for Names of Cakes. (O'linH J 3103UO 'OXSIHdHW: ,K Special Program of Music By Orchestra at i Romans Opera House FRIDAY NIGHT. 1. 2. 3. I. The Drummer .'Joy of 7G- - March Sobre LnPluze Danzn Cupid's Carried Intermezzo J. II. Ellis. T. H, Kollinson Mnx C. Eugene. F Stinpe. Abe Holzman Clias. Johnson Morris I'oet and Peasant Overture The Whip-Ma- rch 8. Hen Cackle Rag by request KujJ 7. Memphis Hlues 8. Xylophone Solo Selected 9. The Ked Kos- c- Selection From Opera. .Robt H.Howers 10. The Heart Bowed Down Selection from Dcheminn Girl M. W. DafTce 11. Burcurcle Selection from Love Tales of Huff man J OfTenbach. 12. Cotton Southern Breakdown VuuTilzer, 5. Programs will be issued every Friday Night. Judge Hardin convened circuit court Soldiers of the Turkish army in Syria are dying from typhus fever at the rate last Monday, entering upon the second The of 1.000 a day, according to a dispatch week of a three weeks term. from that country forwarded thru Port Sebastian trial reported in part last week, Sebastian beinK charged with j Slid and given out by tho American Committee for American and Syrian killing Zack Simpson resulted In a verC relief. In addition to the famine from dict of voluntary manslaughter and he was given an indeterminate sentence in which the people of Syria are long ported to have been suffering epidemics the penitentiary from three to twenty one years. Other commonwealth cases T of both typhus fever and cholera are sweeping over the country, the dis- disposed of were; Commonwealth against Quince patch adds. unlawful sale of liquor fined $00 and cost. Same against Oz AnderFOR SALE. son for breath of peace, fined $20 and Kimball piano, mahogany case, ex- aost. Same against same, shooting on cellent tone and is aa good as new. highway, fined $100 and costs. Same against McCIellan Tester, charged with Fur information call this office. malicious shooting, but pleaded not guilty, but confessed to shooting in LOST PIG. sudden heat and passion, court assessed anil coats. The cade A small black pig strayed from jt3 la tine of happy home about November 'J ,(1,1 against liynum Vanwinkle charged with Weight about 30 pounds. Reward rar malicious shooting, submitted to the Apply court and was given n line of $50. information that will tind it Same againrt James and Frank Van- this ollice. winKie was aismisseu. Alex antcnell charged with killing George Faulkner T A1U0AM QUI 10 TADU at Lowell early last spring, was found LtlldUIl OCLlnJ lAnn. Mr. W. I.. I.awson sold his farm coi.. no' C"i"y by the Jury. Charlie 213 acres to Mr. Lem Teater of .dus charged with seduction, drew a fine iS John Sparks charged lower Oarrard. possession to be given , f 5 ""d anuarylst. The price paid was thot i with destroying public property, was Gloria Sparks to be cheap, as it Is reported to have Riven a fine of $10. g been $70. an acre. Mr. I.awson is ad- - j charged with same oirense was ! Tno ca8e ot George W. Conn & a large stock, crop and im-plement sale to take plnce.at the farm against the L. and N. railroad, for on the Fall Lick pike on Thursday Dec-- 1 Property damsged by reason of the cmb-- r 21st. Plenty of burgoo will be famous tlood at Paint Lick several served and Capt. A. M. llouriie will bi years ago was brought up Tuesday .norning and a number of witnesses for the chief auctioneer. each side ure in court. Should the case come to trial, it will probably last FISHER PROPERTY SOLD. during the entire week. The plaintiff ' The residence advertised to sell at in this case is represented by lion. It. and Emmet I'uryear, public auction by Mrs. Susan Fisher, II. Tomliuson was aold lust Saturday afternoon, Col. while the interests ot the railroad are I, M. l)un being the auctioneer, to being looked after by lion. It. L. North cott, of Lexington, Ashby Warren of Mr. (Jeorge Smith Sr. for $1,005. j well Stanford, J. . Kobinson and I.. I.. This property is considered Ii! worth the price given, us it is in one of Walker of this. city. the most desirable locations in the city. Mr. Smith recently sgld hU residence EXCHANGE. on Danville street to Mr. Joe Kelly ladies of the Iluptist church will Tho ami the exchange will lie made uuout have an exchange and bazaar on SatJanuary 1st. urday December Uth. Window Glass- All Sizes. or Z re-fj- rj MoRobertsDrugStore YOU NEED A FLASH LIGHT TOO. -' iw u ii 1 si ill as 1 I 3t-p- d FRUITS &CANDIES Presents n Hand Painted China & 1F Broad-tainin- g CHRISTMAS Glassware. CHRISTMAS dismiss-vertUin- Presents in Tableware and Aluminumware. 1 i DAVIDSON & TOHLINSON I SEMI-ANNU- AL VISIT , The Byrne Optical Service i 1 CO' WHO WILL BE OUR MISS BILLIE BURKE, The Star Supreme; In CITY RESIDENCE AT AUCTION. NEXT MARSHAL? Since tho office of I'olice and Super-intendeof tint water plant have been 'Glorias Romance' FIVE BIG REELS. separated, the appointment of these two important positions will be made at the meeting of the city council next Monday night. It is thought that several applicanta will be on hand with their petitions and we trust the city fathers will appoint men who will till each of the positions that will be a credit to the town and a satisfaction to the public. Another nice residence in this city will be Bold at public auction next SatWe urday afternoon at two o'cioca. refer to the residence of Mr. M. House located on Crab Orchard street, the advertisement of which appears in this paper. This is splendid new property and aa Mr. House expecta to leave Lancaster the property will be sold at i bargain, Hemember the sale is next Saturday. I i i i i J. J. BYRNE, the well known Cincinnati Optician will be at the III KENGARLAN HOTEL LANCASTER, KY. December 18th to 23rd. Eyes Tested. Glasses Fitted. i The Central Record, Thursday, December 7, 9 6. 1 1 INDORSES PLAN SUCCESS For Submission Of Prohibition, Hardin. IN FARMINQ. Sajt ALLEN Judge UeplylnK to a letter to Gen. W. I!. Haldeman, of Ixmlsvllle, Judge Charles A- - Hardin, Chairman of the Democratic State Central and Executive Committees, endorses without reservation the submission of the prohibition amendment to the voters of Kentucky at the next regular session of the state legislature The letter to General Haldeman follows: Lancaster, Ky., Nov. 29, 1916 Gen. W. U. Haldeman, editor of The Louisville Times, Louisville, Ky. Dear Sir: Your courteous letter duly received requesting of me as Chairman of the training or a successful doctor without any knowledge of medl- cine," asserts W. K. Orlmes, as- ststant professor of farm man- agrmont In the Kansas State Agricultural college. "To presume ttat a man can be a successful farmer regard- less of previous experience or qualifications Is ns logical as to say that a man can tic a sue- cessfnl lawyer without any legal 1 1 El ATT, Assistant Manager. Walnut Street Warehouse. JESSE W. OVEUSTHEET, Ais't Mgr. JOHN S. VAN WINKLE, Secretary. Peoples Tobacco Warehouse. laSPSpSvlHaHNMIaaaHl SHPfiS m mm MM Democratic State Central Committee my viewpoint and an expression of opinion as to the position assumed bv The Times favoring the earliest action possible in the submission of a constitutional amendment relating to prohibition in the State of Kentucky. I am glad of the opportunity of giving mv views and opinion as an individual Democrat and citizen of Kentucky. I do not think I should speak as chairman of the State Central Committee or official head of the party. I do not propose to dictate any future action of our party or committees. I agree with The Times that a s "Farming requires speilal train, lug, the name aa any other said Mr. Grimes. "This does not mean that failure Is certain to lefall the Inttxperi-rnced- ; that In be a success a fanner must have a college or be an expert accountant, lie must, however, be a good business manager. "The reason Is plain. The Introduction of Improved machln- ery necessitates an outlay of capital. This machinery Is In- dispensable, but It Is expensive. To Justify the expense the farm- cr must haVe sufficient acreage. It takes practically as Isrge an equipment to farm forty acres as It does to farm 10). This makes farming a business undertaking which requires business ability to n high degree." tie-gr- Wildest Tobacco Market Ever Known constitutional amendment submitting the question of State-widprohibition should be submitted at the "earliest practicable and legal moment." What I mean bv legal morrent is ihe time and session authorized by the Conjti tutlon or Kentucky, and what I mean by practicable moment is such a time as will give opportunity for a full and deliberative consideration of the sub ject by the people of Kentucky. It is certain that the people of Kentucky want tne question seined, and It is equally certain that they should be given the right and opportunity for to doing. It ia a question which haa become so accute and in the public mind that all questions seem to be subordinated to it. It breaks into the counsels of both of the great parties of the state, demor alizing party programmes and stand ing in the way of legis lation. It should be settled and set tied by a vote. If the Legislature of 1918 submitted the question it would at once be taken out of politics and cease to be a political question, and the people of Ken tucky, irrespective of party or 'ac tion, influenced only by the consideration of the welfare of the State, could freely vote upon the subject. This much I say as a citizen of Kentucky, without reference to my party affiliae mucn-neede- d n SOWING RYE. At Danville. 8ad The Sell Should Bs Rich and tha tions. Speaking as a party man, I would point out the fact that Kentucky in the last election gae, aa I understand, 50, 000 more votes to our great President than it did in his former race, and the Republican vote in the mountains, was 4,000 less than usual and our majority in the State was 28.000, anunprecedent ed majority ina presidential year. I believe this was due largely to the policy adopted and adhered to by our campaign chairman, J. Campbell Cantrill. .and his committee in not allowing any factional question to arise within party councils apd in selecting and organizing party workers all over the State without reference to factions or their position on any question dividing our party. To maintain this status should be the object nearest the heart of every true Democrat. The submission of this question to the people of Kentucky, who are not only intelligent but who are independent and proud and made so by the, consciousness of their sovereignty and the ability to assert their rights at the pulls, would b essentially Democratic and wise. Justice would then be done and question settled. Our a party would be aided in its programme of progress on the lines of social justice and constructive legislation looking to a greater Kentucky. It would give us, let us hope, the opportunity of forgetting our differences and uniting for a common service. It is the only way we can muintain solidarity as a pxrtv and work tuccessfully for our grat State and nation, which haa given us liberty, peace and happy home's. You ask in your letter for my opinion in construing Article 10 In, the rules of the Democratic party as" to whether or not the State Central Committee could act for the party In the matter under discussion at this time, I cannot construe Article lOas giving the committee any right to suggest or shape the thought or policies of the Democrats of the State. I am persuaded that any official action upon the part of the committee along the lines suggested could not be based upon any rights delegated to itlie committee by the convention creating it. Sincerely yours, C1IAHLKS A. HAHDIN. much-vexe- range from this date to the latter part of November in the extreme south. Rye may be sown from one to two weeks later than wheat. If the rye Is to be used for pasture It should be sown from two weeks to a month earlier than when sown for grain crops. On fertile land the fall sowing may be later than on poor land. Spring ryo may be sown as early as spring oats or as soon as the soil' becomes warm and dry enough to be worked. Beginning In northern Florida about the middle of May, rye ripens approximately n day later for each fifteen miles to the north, generally a few days earlier than wheat. Uke wheat, It la cut ordinarily with a binder. In some sections, however, especially near large cities, thero Is a remunerative demand for rye straw for use In bedding horses, wrapping nuTsery stock, slutting borse collars, etc. Under such conditions If the straw Is especially long it may be necessary to use a self rake reaper. When the straw h to be kept in good condition a sieclul thrasher also Is used In many In stances. ; Lima Not to Bo Ussd During tho Wintar While It Js better to use lime on acid soils at any time of the year than not to apply any, soli specialists at the Ohio experiment station recommend tuat tuts material be used nfter plowing for some cultivated spring crop. The lime can then perform Its full function In promoting the growth of the bacteria that grow on rioter roots. These counties bacteria, mi helpful to clover clups, work only In the dark Although rje soils, large yields cannot be secured from soils not of good fertility. The soli should not be exceelngly rich, bowever, for grain production, and not much nitrogenous fertilizer should be used. Stable manure Is the best fer tilizer. Some phosphate should be used also. Seed should be thoroughly cleaned. They also should be tested carefully, as rye loses Its germinating power more rapidly than most other cereals. The rate of seeding should depend on the showing from the ger minating tests. When Intended for grain production, sowings should be made about Sept. 1 in the northernmost parts of the country and should Clean. will grow on very poor Enthusiasm Rampant when the Floor Average for the Opening Day Monday was $ 6.52 with 90.000 Pounds Sold. 1 Monday was a big day on the Danville breaks uml tobacco growers are enthusiastic over the splendid prices which were realized nt the opening sales. It is estimated that fully a thousand farmers were present and all were greatly pleased with the prospects for record breaking prices for their tobacco. They were given polite and courteous treatment at the Danville houses, and realize that their every interest is looked nfter with the utmost care and faithful ness on the part of the management. Bring your tobacco to Danville when it is ready. Wc do a strictly commission business. Free stables and no rejection fee. Appreciating your past patronage, we hope you will see your way clear to bring us your tobacco, guaranteeing you the highest market prices, absolutely accurate weights and an all around square deal. PEOPLES TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. Danville, Incorporated. Kentucky. I. M. DUNN, President. 3i ii i j only lu Mills ell her naturally or in,!) flclally supplied with lime. Lime spread on the surface mid not stirred Into the soil ran help the bacteria but HUH They would die thcie for lack of moisture, and the Him would be dissolved and curried Into the soil only nfter n long tine. I.lmc plowed under Is also nut of rench of the bacteria, which live chiefly In the upper three or four Inches of Mill where the air Is plentiful: hence. ap plying lime after plowing In the spring and mixing It by cultivation Into the soil during the summer make condi tions most fnvnrable for the clover crops later. Wtovil In Deanj and Grain. proves very .n. This Insect Jurious, but Is easy to destroy. The put Into n barrel or beans should lie box wbl'-l- i ciiii be nmile nlr tUlit. Tut a deep dish on tup of the bonus Ill-I- d the barrel and pour Into this ilMi a qua rally of lilxnlplilclc nt rnrboii. When exposed to the ulr this llipild forms a gas whleb l heavier than nlr nnd which will work down Into the all through tho Tills gas Is pul- soiioiis and menus the death" or all breathing things, mid, working through the beans In this way, it will kill tho weevils. Olio must te taken to corer box or barrel with n blanket or other cover which will exclude the air. Tha fumes arUtng from the bisulphide will explode or take tire If n Hume Is brought too close tu them. Consequently care should be' tukeu to keep a lantern or u rundlo or matches away from these fumes. Cure should also be taken not to breathe these fumes, as they might prove as deadly to as they ure to the bean weevil -tlural New Yorker. and require their exloteiH-e- lth . ,mi water and nlr for tliey can live I I c 31 ic uses High School Play Given by Expression Department of Lancaster Graded and High School. BIBI DECEMBER at 7:45 p. m. Proceeds go to Library Fuud. SCHOOL AUDITORIUM TUESDAY, v 19, 1916 WANTED I will be in Lancaster, General Admission 25c, Reserved Seats 35c. Children 14 and under 15cts. 3EZZDC 3CZD DC DC Saturday, December 9th STOP AT THE cl b:el to buy Army Horses. Ages irom 4 to 8 years. If you want to sell bring in your horses. Gait House When In Louisville. . EUROPEAN PLAN. GOOD ROOMS FOR $1. PER DAY. Fine Dining Room with Excellent Service nnd Low Meets Trains. Turkish uml ElecPrice. Free Auto-Bu- s Buslaiu.Phoaogrsptiy BOOKKEEPING TYPEWRITING and fflLBOKR.SM TlH BUSINESS COLLEtE r fju aiHitiu . im Its frrtldoat bu rrafiiri)ae 4arttlijr JV ftlMi U t Itnhinc but Mr fKijUr now. J vins at ncroM. touhtf ien TELEGRAPHY M1 HUNTER PEEL, Nicholasville, Ky. tric Oaths. Write for Reservations. !. rauii 1 J. GREENBERG, Manager. The Central Record, Thursday, December 7, 1916. pIIIIIIM M 4 Hsaaal ssssssssstssB 1 iThe Womans Club Lhillltd lirTlir Montana Clnbl Ml j. II. Clay a H i CARDS. D. Office f Sutton, who an 1 H making 1'rcnt-le- mnt capsule mk conscientious for n prompt tnil full nt each uml every meeting of the chili. TV rnrt'tings begin prompt-- y at a 10 been n aplemliil fall for aet trees, anil many have taken it of it. It H not loo lute to on with ihr kikkI work. Itemembcr hut bo wlic pluiiti u trie; flat In, in imp ni.il lent and wood, i love of home nml loyalty lul thought of civic cowl ia liIesiitiKs on the neighborhood, 'lu in the hollow of his hand n'a bliln all the growth of all our growth from sea to tea in in bin heart who plant! a tree." intf 1. a Thi' . m -- SUE OF Dr. Wm. at Itainey Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. a I.ivery Stable. Lancaster. Kentucky far-ca- II. W. Morrow, Graduate Optician Ilium Filled, fututictlon (lairtnteed Just how the Hying achievements of lulh Law, appealed to the mlncli of ojs nnd girls win told In fifty or more etters she received recently from the itiplla of Grade of Public School 83. Irookljn. Hubbling over with childiah nthunlmin anil admiration, the writers 3IJ varied compliinenta to the young roman who broke the American lion-ito- p croaa country record on her flight from Chicrgo to New York. Moat of the letters had pasted at their beginning pictures of Miaa I. aw, Several had clipped from newspaper. pictures of the writer at the bottom. .Nearly all the writers. hoy and girls, xpresml ardent desire to fly. The Cilia were all proud that the holder ot "You the new record was a woman. have encouraged many and many a girl ioyy to do and to dare", wrote ev eral girls. not exerciae the rights of suffrage when granted them. Itead what the Danville Mes senger has to say in regard to their recent school bond election, "Kor the first timwln history of election the women of Danville became Intereited on Saturday und 410 of them went to the olla and cast their votes bond election. It was in quite interesting to watch them and hear the many questions inked of the election officers at the Kills. A feaUre of '.he electicn was the parade Riven by the pupils of the two schools. I.'ach grade, headed br the in that particular department, marched through Main atreet. and when the CIO children passed down ihe street it made a very imoalng picture. "I didn't know there were that many children In the whole county", remarked one prominent citiien. "Teddy Itooae-ve- il should see that bunch" said ang bunch other. It was a .ml fhiatp nrat.nM .iiiitrivl in tin v man gvoting for the bonds". Who aays women will and IMPLEMENTS. LIVE STOCK ginning promptly at 10 J.E.EDWARDS. M.D Phone 391-M BUCKEYE, KY. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. j John M. McRoberts. ' H. Having sold our farm located on the Fall Lick pike, five miles from Lancaster, we will sell at public a uction, on the premises, beo'clock a. m., I J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. V. HI. 11. Paint Lick, Jolm Casey, D. Cincinnati Veterinary Surgeon. THURSDAY, DB6 21st, 1916 two-year-ol- d, Graduate Veterinary College. DANVILLE. KENTUCKY. lcWs the following personal property: J. A. Beazlev weight about 1050 lbs; FUNERAL DIRECTOR Eleven yearling steers, 5 3 weanling calves; 2 nice Jersey cows; 1 Jersey heifer; 23 ewes and 2 bucks, extra good; red berkshire sow and 5 pigs; 3 brood Three Brown Manley sows and 9 good shoats, weight about 75 pounds, all extra good; 2 CULTIVATORS good brood mares, both in foal; 1 extra five year-ol- d sorrel mare to close out at cost. bred to Jack, gentle for women; 1 weanling colt by Bleucher, sub- 6. C. COX. Manse,Ky ject to register. Office Over National Hank. Residence Fhone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. 1 They Let Him Sleep Soundly "8lnc taklnc Foler Kidney fills I bell.ro I am entlralr curtd ana I L T. sleep soundly all night." BtraynKe. Toley 1 "ney Tills Take two of pure Il-r each wat nllli a Rlasa ot neat and at tedtlio. . ilI. k anil easy way to put a alop t. s ur i'p tlmo after tlroo djrlne the 'BtauL pain I'oler Kidney nils alao stop stomback and aides, headaches, In ach troubles, disturbed heart action, stiff and aehlnar Jo'ria, and rheumatla pains due to kidnty and Madder Gainesville. Ga It. It Ko. S. Mr. It. T. Mraynun says. "I'or ten years I've teen unuble to sleep nit nlarht without Ketllna- - up. Pometlraes only a ew minutes after Bolnir to bed fit up, and 1 tried everything lave to I heard of for the trouhln. year t tried Foley Kidney 1 '111 a and after taking one bottle t tielleva 1 am en- Irrly curid and 1 Bleep soundly all .IStit." e corn planter with One Studebakcr wagon; one spring wagon; 1 Kentucky wheat drill; 1 1 fodder sled, almost new; 1 Deering mower; 1 Wood check row attachment, good as new; 2 turning plows; mower, good as new; 2 hay rakes; 2 double shovel plows; 1 Poindexter drag harrow; 1 Brown riding cultivator; set of wagon harness; plow gear; collars; pads and other things too numerous to mention. Some household and kitchen furniture. About 151 shocks of fodder, 16 hills; 145 shocks, 18 hills; about 150 barrels of good corn in crib and 4 stacks of good hay. Terms reasonable and made known cn day of sale. two-hors- Office Hours M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheels Doctors Of Dentil Surgery. Otnce: Stormea BalldlrjK.Tet llnrt at Anda aou'a urnunre store. LANCASTER. - KENTUCKY. TREES Garden. Write for free Catalogue. BURGOO FOR EVERYBODY. rt ljit Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox. Peonies No Agta .Sold Everywhere. La CAPT. A. M. BOURNE, COY i Auctioneer. Lawson & Son. Mr. lrvin Dean and Miss Ollie Crawford were united in marriage at Nichol-aivillo Everything for Orchard. Lawn and H.F.IIillenmeyer 1841. JOHN WHITE & CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. & Sons. 1010 Lexington. Kentucky. SYCAMORE VALLEY. Zanders llroa cold h pair of mules to ,b llurtun for $100. Mr Sam Clark solil a calf tu Mr Tlios Miss lona Dunn was the week-enllcmlren for $11. at Coy. f .tiest of friends Mrs. Sim Clark spent Sunday with Sand era I iron bought 100 I. bis of corn Iter Bon, Mr. John Clark, 'rum different parties from 7:1.75 to? I. Mr. I.uther Smith purchased u ony Mr. II. Reynolds of Lexington spent from Mr. Sam Clark for $10. rhnnksgiving holidays with Mr. Squire Mr. Sim Clalk nml son completed a .Vhittnker. nice stock barn lait week for Mr Hill Miss IVnclnV M. Sanders entertained (i rimes. mile n number of friends at "dinner" ami l.ee Mestlames N'oati Hunlwick Thanksgiving. Grow spent Monday with Mrs. l'atty 'Mr. and M"h. It. I,. Sipplu have been Simpson. k laiting Mr. and Mr., Alfred Owens Mr. ami Mm. John llluck were the ear I'reaclu'raville. euests of Mr. and Mrs. Tom Pollard Elijah McMillian and A. T. Sanders last Suntlav. Aid to V. A. I ear mmie shouts at "J Mrs. Klzina Kay und Miss Maudie tits per pound. Clark spent Sunday with Mrs. V. 1'. Hill Wylio one Irn Masters sold to Fain, neur Coy. lent hog for 10c per lb. Squire Mr. II. Clark and family of Lancasalso sold it incut hog to llarve ter were visitors last Sunday of Mr. Inderwood for $10. and Mrs Sam Clark, Mrs. Jewell Montgomery and children Mr. Tom Tracy, wife and little dauah. Mr. and Mrs. IM1 Naylor attended M ter, siient the week end with Mrs. Mar ireachiliR at Scotta Kork Sunday and Kuhlman at Lowell. spent the day with Mrs Mary Sanders. garet Misses Susie and Lucy Shearer were Mr. and Mrs. Forest Curtis of Dry- m. n.l m i Kf.muii... week end visitors of their siller, Mrs. UIkQ U1WU111I1BII 1LBV1IIV. .Ilia Him Alexander, at Hubble. Mrs. Amanda Glome, and children Wilson Mr. and Mrs. Will Itav and Mr. and unday with Mr. and Mrs. U. L. Mrs. Itobt Shearer were the KUesta of d exa Hill sold a "ii caif to Jess Sanders Mr Tom lin and family, S'lndj.v. Kivin. .Mr. lien I'ollard and wife were called Mr and Mrs Arthur Monteomerv are to the bedaub) of his plater, Mrs. Jim receiving congratulations over the arHuirinaii at Marktburv, who Is serious- rival of a baby tfirl on the ly III. Mr and Mrs W. L. Grow and daughter, Lucy, werj- - the quests of Mr and Mrs W. N. Grow at lMeasant Hill, Sat- unlay night und sumlay. I Messia U K. Spenka, II. li. and O. A. Montgomery. Johnson Speaks und Wm Humphrey were In Lexington I- ri- thymol. Rljrrrlnn Oil lf wlntfrsrwn. ,uay to attend tho tobacco sales, compound.-.and otbrr lioallns lnsiT.ll.-ntla pnHr proftortlou lulu lb I. '!. 1. Miss Mary Hcazley gavo a Thunks- Urn unlrenal rrr.crlplh.ri has now S?2?i!.' "I'.'.i ffiBW.i'.h'rlSS.tt!!. entertainment at Sunnyside :Kivi" Ihe pores and cht-- s Instant rcllt-- from alt School Thursday uf tcrnoon, which was bunilne and Itchuic. It kills nnd nasli.-DOT Ihe piattlne dlaeaie etrma and Id much enjoyed by those present. nothing-- oils quickly heal the lntlauu-Mr Dennis Sherrow and Miss Flora t La Ilea. liruzctsts sre clsd to rrmramrnil this l.anum both of this locality drove to aooihluir. coollne liquid. 2."- r.oc and f t.oo. t'oma louaaud wo Mill trll you more about the home of Itev, G. W. Thompson last thla remarkable remedy Your luoury bark unlrsa Ihe lint bottle rrllrTra yon. 1. II. 1). Wednesday afternoon and were united boap kivpa your sUa licaltby. Ask about It. in mnrriage. For IS Years Misses Sallie and Lillian Montgomery mWr the Standard were w.itli their sister, Miss Kulula Skin Rencdy Montgomery near lluena Vista Satur1C. K. McKoterts, Lancaster. Ky. day night and attended an entertainment at tho Uuena Vista School. Mr J. E. Sherrow sold his farm of iflT. HEBRON for 142 acres to Mr K. C. Montgomery sold to Mr. $gn per ucre. Mr Sherrow bought a Mr II. H. Montgomery Chas Dean a pair of work mules for $300 farm of 100 acres located between A baby girl arrived at the home of Nicholasvlllo and Lexington at $12S'per Mr and Mrs Jesse Sherrow on Thanks, acre. Oils Soothe last Thursday afternoon after which they were entertained nt the Liberal assortment home of his sister, Mrs. Uillard Itrurn-liel- d and full value paid in Jessamine, Much happiness is wished for both Hldoa and couples by their many friends here. Ccat 8aln. MRS Skin Disease PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm on the Gooch pike, 'i miles from I'olnt Leavell, I will on DKCEMUEIt Dth. 1916 SATUIIDAY. beginning ut ten o'clock, sell the following: One pair three yeur old maru mules; 1 hlx year old yellow combined horse, gentle for women: 1 six year old combined mare In foal to jack; 1 colt; 1 two horse wugon, good as new; 1 good milk cow; 1 new cutting harrow; 1 new mowing machine and rake; one new big ulow; 2 old big plows; laying olf plow; '1 double shovels; 1 new wagon frame; drag harrow; old mower; hoes and lota of other things. Lot of corn In crib; fodder and bailed hay. Some 125 pound hoats; 1 buggy and harness and a lot of gear. Household and kitchen furniture. Terms made known on day of D. W. FAULKNER. tale. Jefferson School t.1 1' Law. Hi. ii,.1 s ! i ICIM lYf .MlHL.n 4 it' J, I urUsvud tr j ift't. !' CLLOTT .'tiAlFAKGl, SMBsasassai DWV III HIGHEST PRICES PAID Rxairtti No Commlssioa to Pay Shipmtnt U RttmliUnc Mft!1l cm Dr md WriU for Frlc LUl SUppUf Tag! ,,.. UurtfUt E Sabel & Sons UlMiM LOUISVILLE. KY. US The Central Record, Thursday, December 7, 1916. ' You recollect the Christmas horn LEVEL GREEN. For which we used to seek. To-la- v It note sourds nil forlorn, Mrs. Ilettie Shepherd is very sick at 'Tfs hut u feeble squeak. this writing. The kids demand on Christmas morn Mr. Willie Green returned home Fri- An instrument worth while. dny from Indiana. And Johnny want nn auto horn The meeting at the Methodist church Tl.at can be heard n mile. nt Cartersville ched Sunday night. -' 3sr o TKJ ES, 1 8 8 JiUENA VISTA llerea, spent Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. V. II. Smith. Miss Tillie Green left Saturday for day. Chattanooga, Tenn, where she exRev. Lee's appointment at Mt Olivet pects to spend thn winter. was filled by Mr. Stamer of Aabury Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Robinson College. Mr Leejs confined to his were the guests of her mother, Mr. home ly an attack of measles. Shocklev. of Ucrea Sumlav. Mr' J. the guest of relatives here. Mr. Tom Christopher of Chicago is with his father, Wm Christopher. ' Mr nnd Mrs T. C. Scott and son of Harrod'burg viiited Mr and Mrs J. 11 Scott Ust week. Mrs. II. 1. Ison and sons .md Stephen Ison of Wilmore spent Thanksgiving with lelativcs here. llnrton Bros bought three pair of mules of Eugene Huhle nml one pair of Jesse Rogers paying $300 for each pair, Mr Ruble Scott of Lexington spent the Thanksgiving holidays with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs J. II. Ruble, Mrs Mattie White of Stanford and Mrs Sam Costello of Fnulconer, were guests of Mrs. J. F. Ruble Inst Thurs K. Daugherty of Lexington Ij Mrs. Matt Darnell, of Wullnceton visiting Mr. John ClarK mid family. is I Mr. and Mrs. H. X. (Sroen were the guests of Mr. nnd Mis. S. M. Robinson; Mrs. Joe Iloain and children of Lowell, spent Surdity with Mrs. W. II. 1 fit Smith. Mrs. Entered spent Thsnksgivirg Green. Chirk and children with Mrs. T. A. - - TO - I Mrs. Henry Creech nnd daughter. Miss Allie, rtlted Mrs. Dora Smith recently. The singing school conducted bv Mr, Hicks, of Ijuisvltte began at this place Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Ulvsses Mvers. of a. J! jf Si LANCASTER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE STANFORD, STREET I J " PUBLIC SALE. LOWELL Having sold our furm, we will on Master Jim Butner is seriously ill WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER IMth 1918 with scarlet fever. sell at public aution, on the premijes, Mr L. II. Davis of Livingston has six and one half miles from Lancaster Lexington turnpik. the fol been here on n hunting trip. on the Mr and Mrs Chas. Harvey were visi lowing; Three yearling mules, ore good Jer- tor in Richmond, Monda). , Mr Leslie Eads of Cincinnati was sey dn yearling Jersey heifer, two weanling calves and some farming mingling witli frit-- ds here Saturday. implements. AUosnme household and Mis T. R. Kuhlman was hostess at kitchen furniture including one good an elaborate dining on last Thursday. Home Comfort Range, one Square Mr Geo. Seattle of Bcrea was the I'iano and a few other pieces of antique guest of Mr Joe Roam, Monday nnd furniture. Tuesday. Sale begins promptly at one o'clock Mrs J. W. Anglin spent a part of p. m. Terms made kr.own on day of last week with her daughter, Mrs Ansale. co-v- C, A. Speitb. Company MANAGERS. DUNN Am Ilourne, Auctioneer. I1ROS. HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. This Agreement Witnesscth; That in order to protect the game on our lands for a period of three ears we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do so, and we further agree to prosecute with diligence all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our land for the purpose of hunting. .Ana we further agree to act as Deputy Game Wardens for the purpote of carrying out this agreement. Except each of us have the right to kill rabbits on our ."arms or permit it to be done by another under our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible and reliable person selected by us. This November ISth, 191S. It. L. Elkin, J. E. Robinson, W, II. Brown, Jno. M. Farra, W. B. Burton. Alex Walker, T. A. Elkin. P. M. Tinder, Logan Hubble, G. M. Deshon, Fisher Herring, II. R. Cox, Hughes Bros, J. W, Sweeney, W. M. Mahan, Withers Bros, Williun, Ma rem and Jim White. B. 1 Wilmot, J. L. Pope, Mrs. David Chcnault. Fnd J. Conn, W. R. Cook, J, A'. Etmoie, Huffman Bros, T. CI Rankin. Wm. G. Anderson. Sam Cot Un. ' W. It. Moss T. M. Arnold. Jr, ' R. E. Henry. Jno. M. White, Bright Herring. A. D Bradchaw, Scott Huilinnn R. ,. Barker. Wm. and Lizrie Oi.f tptt. Haaelden Bros., J. 11. Dalton. John II. Smith. J. N. Ross. dy Davis. Mn Virgil Leo of Lancaster, was guatt of her father, Mr. the week-en- d M. G. Lee. Mr John Tudor and family of Murine were the guests of Mr and Mrs S. l Davis, Sunday. Misj Ethyl Duncan of llerea spent Thanksgiving with her brother, R. U Duncan nnd family, i Thanksgiving services were conducted at the Methodist church by Rev. Hamilton of Berea. "Mr and Mm Tom Tracy and baby of Judson, visited Mrs Margaret Kuhlman Saturday and Sunday. Mr J. I. Sallee und son. Forest of Newby, were week-envisitors of Mr and Mrs Chas. Harvey. Mr Sale Hurt, wife and two children of Pleasant II were visitors of Wm. Hurte and family, Sunday. We Pay Highest Market Prices. Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone 30c$. Also Branch House at MORELAND, KY. U MAKKSlsUKY Mr. and Mrs. J. II Kempvr left Tuns- - plea ure trip. live, wele with h . Mrs Blanks and daunhtvr of Kubliln winter with their dtuuhtrr. Mrs. Wm. I ......in.. m, t.. i ,. v..- -t f moioreu . to ijrxingion , i rriuar man.-were the, guest of Mrs. Win. Blanks. vnderson. let.-rsvillhave been recent guests at . . ... r I-..hrri ,lMp IhM tnliarrn alia i ,. i. .i num. oi .nr. siara nogie. me tteunesuay Mr and Mrs Bob Clark. Mr and Mrs of L.nca.ter. one of the best , Mw. Lttllwr Sni,lh .Mr. and Mrs. Llavtun Arnold were host nn a splendid Thanksgiving din-- 1 Ed Clark. Misses Nell and Kstella Clark j Thanksgiving dinner In honor of her chautTura round was emtoed by SI ' motored to Lexington. Saturday on a 7Mh birthday. Many ne to a number of friends. friends and rela.lClark to dn the car. e ..( ... ,,,.,, a GUNNS CHAPEL. Mrs Ambrose Calico is rfl. Mr John McCulley continues ill. Mr Roger Aldridge of Lancaster was here Sunday. Mrs Talton May and children visited I in Madison Monday. Mr and Mrs Ed Dailey and daughters were guests of Mr and Mrs John Land, I Sunday Mr Dock Simpson of Richmond was here on bushes Friday, Mrs Simpson ' ' continues ill, Miss MuuJe Tester spent from Wed-- 1 nesday until Sunday with her parents j near Edenton. Miss Mcyme Calico, who is teaching farming certainly leads to poverty sooner or later. You must learn diversified farming. 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 condition of the soil Is not suited. Some young cattle or sheep will use that barn to profit. Stock raising, one'year with another, is given up to be the sure plan to success. One-cro- p POVERTY BETTER WITH LESS FEED, THAN A ONE FEED RATION. near Cottonburg, spent Thanksgiving Regular church services will he held m nt Liberty Baptist church Saturday i rif rrnnon and SundjV. The undersigned hereby g- -e warn- , Mr Tom VMev Jr who haJ ing o all persona not to trespass upor ,uwa empIoyW, oa fann tict. March our lands tor any purpose whatever as returned home Friday. we will prosecute all otTcnderJ to ful Mrs Rufus Pendleton uud children of lost extent of - law. Hunters and. Pl,.nli.n Dnant tht 4HU.PI1fl U'lttl llMr .,,, M" (,eor,, llaU Fishermen etpeciallv take notice. M' R. L. Klkin P'"'1"' Ed & N B Price Mr "nd WrB UndieV Hay and Mis Mrs. Rebecca J. West. W. It Cook. James G. Conn. Nellie Ry were guests of Mr Ambrose ir. C. Arnold. Calico and family '1 hnnkrgit ing J.P.Bland. J.C.Morgan J, II. and W. S. Weaver) Mr nnd Mrs John Land ar.d Miss Lcnnu Longllros W. T. West. Hollon spent riianksgiving with Mr Ed J, Booth Sutton. j W. L Lawson and son. Howard King. Naylor and fiunily at Mt Hebron. J. II. Kfgsby. Miss Carrie Boulden, Mrs Silus Anderson und Miss Msry! jonn iciciinruson, xtunkii Anderfon or Stantord fpent it J. C. Rliikhy. J, B. Woods. lull f lam wl.Ku witrt Mr and Mia J. A. C. Mil-- s. Jno. M. Farra. jlf Anion. Ml and Mis Anion entei.1 J, II. Thompson, Duvid Steven. tainH it party of yuung folks In their II. I,. Kelly. &. uigsuy. 1011or Fnday evening. Frank Thompton. J. H. Thompson. D. M Anderson. .,,.1i . ,, if. ..... Am and FJ Bourne. Davis Sutton ' dames H&rvey Teattr, Amelia Bogie, ft) Mrs. J, Wodo Walker. Dave Duddorarj A(rtw yiol,9 jierllll, TraWr: v. ... r. H. inorrpson Willi.t Ray and F.urice Stotts were ,r' . guests of Mr and Mrs Mose Ray and Jerry Bland. Ji1 John Taturn. W. S. Ferguson. Uav. Thursday. f,,,,,, Je(sio A lare number of JOu,,g folks were ?.D Naylor tI I ; ( POSTED at tier home here. 0 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 u .... 9 We used to think that a farmer vho worked hard was 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 Lime, Brick, Sand, Cement, Screenings, Doors, Windows, Fence Posts, Furniture, Feed ber, Field Seeds, Builders Hardware, Fire Brick, Backs, Grates and Mantles are bound to please you. v We will add, In due time, some useful articles for your Xmas Gifts and want you to call and'look tbem over. mt L) Arnold. Peachy Grow. Sam Clarlt. T. R. Slavin. J. L Dozier. We will add other naniea for 2Srent John I'endelton. William pmpiirev-ClaytonuII uinci (iimeiin'M TZlS!" K cash. th-- ir son, Mr Willie P, Long, Thursday evening. Quito u number of young people from Lancaster and Madison Co, were trnougthe guests, also Mrs and Hi Andersen of Stanford. Hervey & Woods Paint Lick, Kentucky. The Central Record, Thursday, December 7, 1816. 1 a Slip R! a few Prince Albert r You've heard mnnv an earful nhnnt thn Prinm Aii.r Patented OrOCCSS that cuts nil hitn nnil rmrrti rmrt Into tmn -- ft. J. roprrifMitiibr KflikWMla 1 b Cb ABOARD THE COUNTESS Br M. QUAD Ccprrlslit. 1S1C, smokes into vour system ! ( i NttpaN!r hy the McCIur. Htmllraic. smoke vour fill without neomcbhek! Sinko vnnr hnni IUII WMI "ll'IIV I ' u ijiuvl'suui nour m inn rmv. Prince Albert has always been sold without couoons or nrcminm! W prefer to give quality! There's snort smokinir a nine or rnllt'nir your own, but you know that you've got to have the right tobacco I We-tel- l you Prince Albert will bang the doors wide open for you to come in on a good time the national joy smoke firing up every little so often, without a regret! You'll feel like vnnr smnkp nncf has been wasted and will be sorry you cannot uutK up ior a iresn start. YOU SWiniT On this Sav-Slikl? it wn! n tin in n thousand-dolla- r bill It's worth that in happiness and contentment to you, to every man wno knows what can be gotten out of a chummy jimmy pipe or a makin's 11 11 O 1 rn The oilier ilajp I saw a notice In u f.llerponl paper lo the rlTect that the courtH hail decided In rehear the cine of the uric Coiinles.H. To tin? geiieial render lliwe lines meant nothing. I do not mippose there are lift- - people In nil Kni'lnnd today nlm (an recall the case of the Countc.". qiihimeli the par. tlculnrs wcio pulilNhnl far ami wide and finally appeared In hook form. The Countess ai a llrlstol hrlR. oitikhI In part and commanded hy Captnlu Thomas, who wni not only n (Jcorsetonii. In ItrltMi (iuhn.-i- . with onlcrs to call at Jnmnlea. This was my third royace with Captain Tliomas, the other two eilendlnc only to port In Spain and return. I was an apprentice, or ship's lioy, having nothlnu to do with the cabin, hut living with the crew In the fo'eastlo and learning lo bo n sailor. thiiroiiKh aeamHii. lint n man of excellent heart. We were hound out to An absolutely new premium never telore offered. I cigarette with Prince Albert for ' p a .. i. : bAl il ; inl L',r 1 .ftP'Vufl',v. op il .J.Mt01MT0BACC0C0. TUB Print. lldr ltd tin. and In fM. itir Prlnrsi Albert patkif. hat t& Qfiltrrvftld. Trocea that tha n mfftt hat granted paUnl on tha procraa by which IMnc Albert la mad. An4 fcr which tonu fair mnd thrtut prth mrcutoutf Every obacrolaaold roullhnd c AJbtrt awaltlns; rou tiA Itna, ioc; handtom poutdanJ half pound tin humlJora and In that cltver crvtUl la aa humidor, with pong moWttntr lop.inai knpi iha tobacco In auch Ana condition l'atfnt4 oil ti.u.r.A.Mit. Youll lornr rrJ bana-it- i tldr Iwaytl ! iia(ax..M'''SXx K. C. ji3i.wAt0:;::(0V0A0iH0. T J. Cl'KTIS, Vice Pres. kM:(xxxxMjj K. DKATHKUAGK. Sec-Tre- , Cv MILLION, Pres. m other. "Never heard of It, but this Is his first trip this way." The men presently went about their business, but I made the pretense of l!K'ori0ratel ' sleeping soundly until called to relieve Telephone 371. Near L & A. Depot. CAPITAL : was all In n trem the other watch. w ble over what I had heard and had no DIRECTORS Idea of what course I should take. K. C. Million. Dr. C. II. Vaught. Ed P. Million. Marion Coy, T. J. Curtis. : Whllo It seemed proper for me to go K. Deatherage. J. M. HiiJen, to the captain or mato with my Infor mntlon, the reader must not overlook the difficulties In tho way. I planned a down different ways to reach headquarters, and that I didn't put the captain on his guard was his own fault. One night during our watch be call ed to me to bring something from his room. Hob and his friends were forward at the heel of the bowsprit, and as I came out of the cabin the mate was at tho water cask. As I reached him I whls in; red: "1 should very much like to speak to you or tho captain, sir." "If you don't get forward I'll speak to you In a way you'll remember for a year to come!" he growled. No doubt he Imagined 1 had some complaint to make, but If he bad per. nilttcd me to speak It might have prevented tho tragedy which followed. llrlstol Hob A w. the few ulghts later nnd shortly called aftermato forward, ward bo caino to me and said: tell p. "Hoy, run down and111." tho captain that tho first mate Is I found the captain sound asleep, w but as soon as I had told him what 1 .o' had overheard In the fo'castlc und what I suspected had Just happened Incorporated. on deck It was wonderful how coolly Aa ho bo took the exciting news. g5 reached for til pistols he ordered mo t bolt the doors of the companion-way- . The men stood nt tho entrance, and as they caught sight of me they stepped back, supposing the cuptaln I slammed and bolted wan following. the swinging doors. Tho fellows cursed anil yelled, and, though we could hear them moving around tho decks from that time until Free Stalls. Splendid Light, Insurance. Courteous Treatment. E. daylight, they made no attack. FinalA SQUARE DEAL TO ALL. ly we heard some one working with un ax on tho cabin door, nnd tho captain made ready ta tire a bullet through It. Hy some carelessness the weapon was prematurely discharged, and he received the bullet In his throat, dying 1IEKK IS A 000D l'LACK TO STOP 1'OIt LI1TLE MONKY. a few moments later. I was so overLOUISVILLE. HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, KY., Main St., between 6th and 7th. come nnd frightened now that the capThe Only Hotel in Louiiville Operated on the American and European I'lain. tain was gone that I lild'lu his stale-roound the mutineers no longer had AMKItlCAN PLAN. Kooins without Hath out with Hot and Uold ltuniiine Water. 75 Kooms (With Meal) single. $2.00 per dv:' " people, $2.(K) each. any one to resist them. Tho first thing I knew It was night, 60 Rooms single. S.COperduy; 2 people, 1!.'J5 each. and It was su very quiet that I knew 50 Front Hooms simile. 3.00 per dav; people, 2.50 each. 1 there could bo no wind outside. Itooma with Private Hath; crept out Into the cabin, but every50 Itooms, "hiKle, .I.Cfjperday; 2 people, 2.75 each. thing remained as I had left It. For SOKoomo aiiiKle, 3.50 per day; 2 people, 3.00 each. two hours I listened for sounds from Itooms without Hath hut with Hot and Cold ItunninK Water. EUROPEAN PLAs the deck, but heard nothing und final75 Itooma ainKle, $1.00 er day; 2 pjnple, $0.75 each. ly fell asteep. I was aroused by men (Without Meats) 60 Itooma dropping Into the cabin through the ainKle, 1.00 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each. skylight. They belonged to tho Scotch 60 Front Itooms single, 1.60 per day; 2 people. 1.25 each. whaler Ilruce, which was lying near Itooms with Private Hath: by and bad bad us In view since day50 Itooma ingle, l.SOperday; 2 people, 1.25 each. light. single, 2.00,'per day; 2 people, 1.50 each. 60 Itoom The mutineers had taken the longTHE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Corner Sixth and Main Sts., European Flan Only. boat nnd abandoned the brig, wblcb was driving at her own tweet wllU Kooms Without Hath. $1.00 and up; Kooms With Private llath, $1.60 and up. And to this day ep one of the men HEST RATING PLACE IN TOWN. , has ever been beard of. No doubt The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are located in the wholeaalo district and only a walk to the they met with tome accident and til retail district and theatres. perished at tea. Madison Tobacco Warehouse COMPANY. $40,000.00 reaching Jnnialcn the crew hud lieen on the ioIiit of mutiny half n dozen times. One nftenioon It wns on the fourth day, t believe t was aroused from my sleep by a conversation liotween Hob nnd n man named Jackson. They knew I was In the bunk, but believed me lo be sleeping soundly. 'Thl is the plan as I have thought It out." Hob was saying. "After we have got the brig we will cruise to the enslw.ird for n spell. Tho Island 1 am after Is not down on tho chart. It Is northeast of Trinidad nnd maybe 200 miles away from here." "Don't Mlzner know?" asked tho "n. Ilefore After we left jiort and got thing shlpihnpe I had opportunity to look over the crew nnd seo what they were made of, nnd wa not long In making up my mind, hoy ns I was, that we had shipped a hard lot. There Is nlwayg a lender In the fo'cntle. and In those days It was the beit fighter. Seaman-xhland education hail to bow to brute strength. It wmu't three days beforo a Mg. burly fellow, who went by the name of llrt-tHob. but whose real i.anie was Ilntcix. had established us "boss." himself f he had had the good of the brig In view this would time been for her liencllt. but It soon transpired that he hail plans of his 1 p Wite for this embroidery outfit ! A complete Ivorine Embroidering Set! Eight big transfer pattern sheets! 105 new designs! Lesson Book! All for only a few cents! This is an astonishing' value I The Ivorine Set of needle-cas- e, stilleto, silk-wind- er and finger-guar- d is worth 20 cents alone I This transfer pattern outfit includes the newest designs in initials, table doilies, towels, lingerie, neckwear, baby garments, just the things you want to embroider I The lesson book gives full instructions for 38 different stitchesl It has, in addition, many illustrations. It is the most helpful embroidery book ever offered so complete and practical. Send now don't delay. For thirty days you can get this splendid big outfit just by ordering a pound package of Arbuckles' Coffee from your grocer. Then cut the signature from the wrapper and send us the signature together with only 20 cents. The moment you get this complete outfit you will realize why Arbuckles' premiums are famous for their big yalue why over a million women are saving Arbuckles' signatures. This premium will be one of the most popular ones everyone will want it Decide now to have your outfit. Order Arbuckles' Coffee today and send the signature with 20 cents direct to Arbuckle Bros., 71 Water Street, New York. : 0 1 SELL YOUR . 1 TOBACCO With 1 Dorftputit off-sen- d to-da- y s MOINOR 1. js ROLL BANK, MADISON TOBACCO WARE HOUSE COMPANY. STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. Pay your bills by check, and have jour wife pay her bills by check '2. schemes. Never lend an et.r to 3. Follow some system in saving Do not he haphazard about it. 4. Kent a safe deposit box for your valuable paper;. 5. Make free use of the date service we otter. G. Teach the child the value ct money by giving them an allowance. 7. Meet your friends at this bank for transacting important business up-t- o ) 0 Third Street, L. & A. Depot, Richmond, Ky Floor Space 42,000 Square Feet, Largest on Richmond Market. fire (e J it Citizens National Bank OF LANCASTER, KY. Vice Prest. r. 's II. F. HUDSON. President. W. O. P.tGNEY, Ass't Cash'r J. J. WALKER, Joe J. Walker, Jr., Oashier. W. F. CHAMP, r Attention. ! i V !! (!) () I I I I The rush has already started and later on it will be Impossible to give that gift the personal thought and attention it should receive. Why not see our large stock now, while there Is still time to make selections leisurely. Our stock is most complete consist ing of the Best and Newest in Jewelry. 1 II 1 i I Victor Bogaert 60. three-block'- s i 133-13- 5 W. MAIN ST. Established 1883. LEXINGTON, KY. Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Proprietors. The Central Record, Thursday, December 7, 1916. The Central Record INCORPORATED. KENTUCKY A copy MOTORISTS of the Kentucky Motorist, f 1.00 a tear. published by Mr. J. C. Alcock, the hsued Weekly. genial secretary of the Kentuokv Press Association1 and editor of the JetTerson-ian- , E. ROBINSON. Editor. J. has reached our desk and is a credit R. L KLKIN. Local Editor nml Mtfr. to the publisher and should be a joy to every motorist In Kentucky. It is Untuml at the rot! omco tti Lancaster. Kj splendidly gotten up, contain some Nothing to Fear, Though, as Second data Mall Matter well set and attractive advertisement" It Makes Folks Laugh. and is brim full of !nterctlng reading Kentucky I'ress Association matter. The price is only one dollar n Member and year and every motorist should, subEighth District Iul)lisher League. scribe for It. MANY ARE NOW INOGULATEO Lancaster, Kr., December 30, 1916 ROBERT DUNN H, H, Towson, Salaiman, Daacribs Journal." Goes With Farmers Home Rotes For Political Announcements How Ha Caught tha Popular Tanlaa The proprietors of the Farmers Home Smlla," and Rslatss Suffering Ha For Precinct and Citv UIIl:es . . 5.00 Befors Ha Discovarad Nat 1U.O0 Journal are certainly to be congratulat"or County Offices tor State and District Offices.... 15.00 ed upon securing the services of Mr Mathod of Rallaf. .10 Robert Dunn, of Danville. nnd for sever For Calls, per line It's here. 10 al months on the reportorial stall of For Cards, per line Have you caught It yet? the Danville Advocate, to succeed that Nearly everybody, nearly everywhere, For all publications In the intersplendid young man, Mr Robert Mc- has est of individuals or expresIt It's Inking, It's catching. It's Dowell, who goes with the Woods, John- rosy to tell who has It. The symptoms sion of individual views, per 10 son Company, stock brokers this month. ire a breezy, cheery, happy, healthy, line 05 Mr Dunn is thoroughly qualified to fill hearty, energetic, ambitious look ami Obituaries, per line the position he has accepted and we l smile. predict thb Journal will grow with It's the "Tanlnc Smile." People who Miss We are authorized to announce leaps and bounds under his manage bare been relieved of suffering and re Jennie Higgins a candidate for County ment and that the many subscribers of torrd to the full enjoyment of health ot unrraru this splendid paper will enjoy the work 'hroiigb taking Tanlac barn it. ncnool auperinienuem County, subject to the action of the Tails How He Cot It. Mr. Dunn will have of his facile pen. Democratic primary Augmr, iuw. II. II. Towson, salesman, IMiiO Waal his headquarters in Louisville, but will many of the court days through Third street. Dayton. Ims tin smile. We are authorized to announce J. O. make out the state and we hope tho Lancas Mr. Towson N n trutrllm; salesmuu Bogie, as a candidate for the Democwho "males" Ohio and Kentucky ter particular. Court ter court in rltory. ratic nomination for County "1 wouldu't unj tried Tnnlnc If I Clerk, primary to be held'AOgust 191 hadn't lwlleYil It would help uie." Mr TOBACCO HIGH We are authorized to announce Jeptha Onstott a candidate for the ON DANVILLE AND RICHMOND MARKET democratic nominationfor County Court Farmers, tobacco growers and stock saHHtattEa. Clerk, subject to the action of the pri holders in loose leaf warehouses, were marv, August 1917. in high glee over the prices reached on the Moors of the Danville and Rich Wo are authorized to announce E. I!. The mond markets last Monday. Ray as a candidate for tho Democratic lloors were well filled with medium nomination for Assessor of Garrard grades of tobacco and large crowds county, subject to the action of the were on hand, so interested were they Primary, August, 1917. in seeing the market open. Over 90,000 bEIPSF e pounds went over the breaks at Judge Charles A. Hardin who is at the unusual average of $IG.62. Chairman of the Democratic committees aarEa"'-- ' 'V Several Garrard county crops were on of the state, and of thn head of our the Danville market and as usual help party, in an open letter to the people to bring up the high average. Ko v states bis position upon the question of W. M. Onstott. of lower Garrard submitting to a vote of the people sold only one half of his crop that whether we shall have state wide pro- brought a general average of $28.37. BaflBBBaw7 hibition. It is the opinion of Judge J. J. and W. D. Walker sold the meaniaaiiiiiiiiiiiH Hardin that this vote of the people est end of their crop, amounting to should be had at the earliest legal time about 4,000 pounds that brought the which he states will be by the General high average of $17.75. Of course the We fully agree Assembly of 1918. sellers of these crops were delighted with him upon the matter and think as all were who had their tobacco on H. H. Towion, Salatman, Who Talla his letter a timely utterance. His letHow Ha Got tha Popular Naw "Tanthe mtrket this week. The indica ter is lrank and makes plain his posi tions are that the prices will be mainlac Smlla." tion and is not subject to any double The Towson said. "Hut I must say that tained throughout the season. construction. lower grades are more than twice as tbo results I got from taking Tanlac Many good democrats who favor state high as last season, while the tops are beat anything I exacted. wide prohibition have heretofore been lor two years I suffered. I bad a bringing about the same as last year. in doubt when wa9 the practical time Nothing sold for less than $9.00 on any pain like heart-buralmost continualfor the party to fixi the definite time of the floors this week in either Dan ly, and my throat would get hot as fire. I had to bo mighty cureful what I for the submission, are now convinced ville or Richmond. The markets in ate, I can tell you. Solid foods would that the step should be taken in order Lexington are just as good and all causa pains, and the forming of gas to eliminate a question that is threatenhouss there are having good averages. would mako iuo feci as If I had a ing party harmony. Whenever a sufAnother season came in last Monday lump in my stomach. ficient number of people of the state To top all that 1 had headaches. I night nd the result will be that the ate so interested in any vital issue as floors will be filled for several days to was rnhcrable most of the time. to bring it to the general public notice come insuring the grower a nice bunch Heard of Many Helped. and desire a disposition of the subject of "Well, to cut tho htory short, news Christmas money before the holiday by popular vote, whether by constitupaper after newspaper In town after season is upon us. tional amendment or by legislative town had statements of how Tunlac they are entitled enactment, we think had helped so many different people HON. A. B. BROWN We are of the that I begun to take It. 1 got my tint to exercise that right bottle of Tanlac In Cleveland. I'ld It opinion that the question of state wide Chairman 01 County Com- help me? I'll say It helped me. prohibition occupies that position in "I can eat anything I want and not the public minds of the people of the mittee. pay in pain afterwnrds for tho pleasstate ut this time and it should be subure of satlsfylug my appetite. And After considerable skirmishing and there Is another thing I notice: I used mitted by the General Assembly of political maneuvering with themembcrs to 1918 to a vote. tire out quickly now It doesn't matIt appears to us at this time that not elected at Saturday's precinct conven- ter how much I am on the go I llnlsh only those who favor state wide pro- tion, in tho interest of aspiring candi- ktrong. And the headaches they are hibition want the question submitted dates for the coveted place. Hon. A. 11. things of the past. . Yes." concluded Mr. Tuwhon, "1 but even those who oppose it; desire it Ilrown wits unanimously elected Chali-ma- n of the Democratic county com- surely do rtvumiiieiid Tuiilae becamo in order to eliminate it as u political having been com- It H a great medicine." issue. It will no longer be a subject of mittee, opposition contest. It is eliminated as a political pletely routed. issue. Judge Hardin's letter aids greatIt was known several days ago that Tunlac it being introduced in Lan ly in bringing the matter to an end. there would be some Hind of a contest caster at R. E. McRoberts. Tanlac may be obtained in the nearby All candidates for legislative positions over the organization in this county in Kentucky regurdless of party will when Mr. Rodman Keenan, Clerk uf cities. Paint Lick. J. N. Metealf J ilry- openly declare in favor of the submis- the Court of Appeals made a visit to antsville, llecker & Italian); Little sion of the question by the General our countv, presumably in the interest Hickman, Collier and Ilruner; Herea, Assembly of 1918. It is no longer an and with u view of selecting a commit- S. E. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug issue in tho Democratic party or be- tee in the interest of the lleckliam Store; Junction City, Reynolds and Haley faction and against the state Evans; Richmond. II. L. Perry & Son; tween the two parties. administration and Senator James' in- Crab Orchard, l.yne Hros ; Ilurgin, G, terest. He did succeed in interesting T. Schoolfield; Danville, John S. Wells, some local politicians in his scheme, but Lancaster. It. E. McRoberts. and W. U ANNOUNCEMENT. (Adv) their plans had little weight with those West, Silver Creek. This space is reserved for the excluswho attended these meetings on SaturTonight (Thursday) Famous Players ive use of tho Thomas Heal Estate day. The chairman is known to bo a Agency. If you have property in Gar- friend of Senator James and was chair- present, Denman Thompson's "THE rard or adjoining counties for KENT, man of Mr. Stanley's campaign when OLD HOMESTEAD," It's a SALE or Exchange, LIST it with this he run for governor. He is also known program. See it tonight at Agency. We make no charge for list- to be a friend of Judge C. A. Arnold Romans Opera House. ing and advertising unless sale or, ex- and is favorable to his renominution, change is made. which also was a factor in the contest BITTER CONTEST IN LINCOLN The Thomas Real Estate Agcny. for committeeman in last Saturday's D. A. Thomas, Mgr. elections. Mr. R. L. Elkin was elected CO. OVER COMMITTEE. Office Record lildg. Lancaster, Ky. secretary of the committee. The fol lowing were the committeemen elected; Shslton Saufley Defeated For Chairman. Ilourne-Ccur- t House, J as. Clark BILLY SUNDAY TO RETIRE. lyd Park, W. II. lirown-Eas- t Park, Perhaps nno of the most strenuously IJryantsville, K. L. fought contest over party organization Hilly Sunday, the evangelist, will re J. II. Rubles-Wes- t Ilryautsville, J, M. in this section of the State was in our tire after he holds a revival In Chicago Darker-Eas- t Sim Wheeler-Walke- r School neighboring county of Lincoln. In July of next year. Mr. There was Shelton Saufley of the Interior Journal, At the old Cub Park, in Chicago, near House, Ebb the diamond where he played profeS' no election held at Paint Lick. was an open candidate for Chairman of Chairman lirown is known to be one the county committee in the interest, of ilonal base ball, Hilly Sunday plans to close his career as an evangelist, Chi- of the truest and most faithful demo- the Ueckham-IIale- y faction and was cago ministers learned. A committee crats in the county who lias spent many backed by Mr. Smith Ilaughman, can called on Charles Weeghman, president years of loyal service for his party and j didate for tho nomination for therilf of of the Cabs. They proposed that a the honor accorded him is worthily be- - Lincoln. While the contest Is reported mammoth tabernacle be built on the stowed. The democrats of the county to have been a heated one it is reported old Cub field for a series of meetings are fortunate in having such a good that the victory over Saulley and his to bo held by Sunday next year to mark committee, to look after the interest of contingents, was easy and a very dehis retirement. cided one. the party. ' EW EPIDEMIC JAMES YANTIS CURREY. "For modes of faith, Let graceless tealots fight. His cannot lie wrong Whose life Is In the right." The life of J nun s V. Currey, whose earthly career ended Monday night, at eleven o'ekick, at his home in Imis- ville, waa always In the light. H lived in the spirit nf Christ's charity. as one who ' Imprth nil things, en iluretli all things." and (ho for ynr. mi invalid, he endured without n mur mur and always liore consolation to the sorrowing and words of rlieer to the sick. He lived in the absolute fnltli that all things ore possible to Gin!, that prajer, watching and working, rem limed with self Immolation are God means of accomplishing ChriMfaniza tlon. His life was a living, breathing prayer for growth in grnre, which lie expreird in patience, tneeknem, love nml good deeds. "Jitnmlo" Currey.as he was familiar ly known to his family snd friends. was born in Lancaster, August U7th ISffiJ. Lrirg tho son of the late Theo dore Currey andArthusn Ynntia Currey In 1SKVJ. he married Mis? Annie Cornell ot lAiuisvillr whoFiirviveshini, together with four sisters, Mrs. J. C. Hem phill, of I,ouisvillt-- , Mrs. John Ardor son. of Washington, I). C, Mrs. Kishrr and Mrs. Curt Gsini's, of Danville, Robinson. He nln leaves two brothers. Mr. Will Currey, of Kansas, Mr Thro Currey and ti devoted mother to mouin Wednesday ndernoon his his loss. body hi laid In rert in Imisville, in beautiful Cave Hill Cemetery. SPREADING FAST bbsstSIbbbbbbbbh- - aaBBBBBBBBar BBBBBSJBI BaSBaaBaaaak SJBSJBSJBBBSMm ii:inwayii:ii V EjcXM ill lcj 3 r) vK ft) aa.. n a . d is complete WMe the assortment Actt Now AI 1 WHO WILL BE COLLECTOR? For a short time wc arc offering each customer ordering a Suit or Overcoat, from the FALL AND WINTER LINE OF Dun-vill- Rumors are cutrentlv afloat that Mr. Shelton M, Saulley of Stanford, Hon, Rodman Keenon of Harrodsburg, now clerk of the Court of Appeals, and a Mr. Kavarnugh of Lawri-nrrburg- , are all applicants for Collector of the district to succeed Judge John W. Hughes present encumbent, and it is further eftoGlLOBE; a'FANCY VEST OR A FAIR OF TROUSERS, FREE. Every garment "Nhcdlk-Moldud- " to your measure, thus making your satisfaction sure. Step in and let us take your measure, to-da- y. TAILORING CO. of Cincinnati, & rumored that each of these gentlemen are pinning a hope to land upon some kind of a promise. We have these facts onlv from cur rent rumor, ho never. We wonder who has mailt these promises. Not claiming to be on the inside of the political situation, we are willing in this instance to back the present incumbent for four more yeers as the Collector of the district, barring death. What do you say? Logan Anderson Bros. MS SUGGESTIONS. aU BUY RED CROSS SEALS. - The Red Cross Christmas Seals are for use. They not onlv make a package or letter look festive with the gay Santa Clous and the seasonable greetings but wherever and whenever n RED CROSS CHRISTMAS SEAL is seen one knows there is intercut taken in and a fight being made against tha dreadrd disease of tuberculosis. It is a small amount of money that helps our a l.ng way, so put seals on all letters from now until after Christmas and New Year, showing that )ou believe in the winning fight. HOG KILLING. i Stormes Drug Store. We have the Ansco line nt $2. to 525 00 LjJSig-- " Simple nml reliable mid n joy all year. I mm CAMERAS ' BIBLES ly bound In rm prepared to kill your hogs. Work guaranteed and everjtling Sanitary. Price CO cents. Phnrt HI II. . Ilavden Lcavell. Class Eye Was Misbehaving. my "Mrs. Murphy. Imw 3011 1,'Iiish eyct?" "Yen, s.r; It wits rviidlu' one of your letter, uu.l I bid It lu the bureuu." !.uunin:i. IP beautiful flexible leather. Larjjc urint. American and Ki'ijl James version. FLASH LIGHTS. the American Ever Ready 7iicts to Tlie world standard for safety and satisfactory service. SU.OO. THERMOS BOTTLES pic- Explanation of the Whopper. When lawjcrs g Into court they (lultii tl.i- earth. It Is probably be- cau-- i' Hero un- mi ninny lawyers In politics thai n cniiipalgii claim Is ever . Toledo less ll.an record-breaking- for the Automobile, nic and dick chamber. Hot 21 hours cold hours. 30 FOUNTAIN A splendid make PENS. that don't luk, Writ. as smooth as Illadc. College Days Not Wasted. "Huh jour college education teeu ol any practical value to you?" "You lx-- t It has! If It wasn't for my experience In truck iithletlcs I'd have to leave my boiisi- - live inluuU'H curlier every morning In order In ciilch the 7:fS," replied the foiiiinulcr. Michigan Agwnu. PADFcZITmnDv -- In Comhs, Ilrushcs, Mirrors Tulfs, 1'ulIVrs and muny small articles, now so used on the toilet tuhle. I T0ILET ARTICLES- 8" th8 lcmli,K ' Imported and ilniiustic Toili-- t Para-mou- """i n, Kucu Tow- Crcuins. Aiurea. Dji r Kiss, Mary Oarden. Itogi-- r & iullt. Hud- nut, MkIIiii and I idgale. Waters.-lixtrnc- st Candy Kitchen. huve opened a Candy Fuctory on Lexington St., next door to the Puritan. I PIPES -- we have them from 25 centB to ?5.00. In coses and loose. Something always able. accept. in 25 and GO to tho box, imported and domestic. Mn love good cigrrs like women love pretty (lowers. - packed CIGARS STATIONERY. Anion-Huckey- e, Scott-Unio- n.ffw0 A Nil I'acked In artistic boxes at CANDY Huylers and Guths inA comparable art boxes at CO cents to 11.00. CKANES-t- be elusive kind- Pure,Fresh,Dellclous Home Made Candy, Our Specialty. Your patronage is cordially solicited. Phone 212. stylish ami ex- used by those who desire high class and dis- - 30 cents to CUT W) cents. FLOWERS. ( CoyS. Sanders f I'lace orders early for cut How era. Uurly orders Insure bet ter stock and better service, rvf The Central Record, Thursday, December 7, 1916. mm A Our different departments arc brimming over with good values, as we must make room for our enormous spring stock of Merchandise which will soon be arriving daily. In our ready to wear department we are offering wonderful values in SUITS, COATS, DRESSES. Must Clean Up. COATS FIIOM SUITS FIIOM DRESSES FROM If- - $5.00 TO $25.00 $12.50 TO $27.50 $5.00 TO $15.00 Sec these bargains and get the pick before our stock is depleted. The Joseph Mereanile (So. The One Price Store. For the next two week we will offer subscriptions for the Delineator two years for $2.00 which is only 50c more than the regular yearly subscription. 1 5CE:rr;33S3 Mr, Zan Robinson is !33ES3ES3Em$SKS33CS3E nt home or. J. R. Mount & Co., Solicits Your Trade ' ln $50. Sell You as Good a Malable Range for In Wc have Itangcs from $20. Ou to proportion. We handle the $.'i0.bO. We curry full line of Ilardwaie, Stoves, Saddles, Harness, Implements, V.lc. We propose id sell you the best goods made and iit n wry small profit. we will Kor Instance why iav $ft5.00 or $70.00 for a Malable Itange Cook anil Heating Stove same Gossip About People s A R.l-- f villi. Mr. Tolbert Jenkins of N'ewby the week with Mill Her Hill. snin HinJInii mI ni lk fnmlntf. .fuf ladies will verve rolfep- - rhnrnlHtw namt. Miss Marie Tarkington of Danville is wicl(eg anj waferi) in the police court the guest of Mr. and Mra. Tom Chei-- .j room. Do not forget the Parcels I'ost Sale at Court House, Dec 14th. Some rare pent bargains. On the same night of this sale the a YOU'LL FIND IT IN THIS COLUMN, D For Sale: Small place. For Kent, tf S. II. Kates. 'John Deer Wagons and Farming Implements Oliver and Syracuse Plows. tet I Mr. and Mrs. Itobert Monday in Danville. Ward rpent on the market. Just reThe very line of Stove aril Implement ceived a car loail of American Kence. The Hest Woven Wire Fence Made (Jive us a call anil part of your trade. Master Gale Doty spent Thanksgiv ing in Danville the guest of relatives, Misa Lena Ilright spent a pleasant day in Danville Friday, the guest of Mrs. Dave Dunn. Mias Lena llriirlit will have her an nun! Christmas bazaar at her home. hcKintiinc the 15th. J. R. MOUNT & CO. The Sqiuirc Deal IImim. I "Shield Brand" Clothes $102" $1252 $1522 . The new dc' nt c ate !n tip fa Men's Cluthci Clothes h . Jfwjfl h& Ijij'Vcjf' l JSj Jl ' i Mr. Hnd Mra Itobert Kruce of Stan ford, were recent guests of Mr. anil Mrs. J. C. Iturnside. Mr. and Mrs. John llaughman and son, llrunnon, spent Thanksgiving; with Mra. J. U. Uurnside. Mr. James II. Smith Jr. has returned from a visit to his sister, Mrs. Herman Hoover in Georgetown. Mr. and Mrs. l'at Sutton entertained at a noon day dinner Thursday in honor of Judge Charles Hardin of Harrods burg. produced the best mode in and ire tWm. Tie mslttt cf "ShirlJ Hund" ..i i1 eir hitlory. C He lib IffljffrtfA ! lit j Lyons Busy Cash Store I I'l Master Ktigene Austin, who is in school lit St. Mary'a College, spent Thanksgiving with his mother and grandmother. Mr. and Mrs. It. K. Hughes, nnd daughter, Margaret Klkm.of Iouisville spent Thanksgiving with the family of Mr. John Miller. Mr. Hays Ledford, Misses Ilurla nnd Ivh Ledford and Klizabetii week-en- Mcl.in l'aint I.ick, spent the Mrs. Itobert II. Wan!. i of with mIFWI t II' .. i Ear-Mar- ks Mra. J. V. Arnold and attractive children, have returned to their home in Ilirmingha-- after spending Thanks giving with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. G, Iturnside. of a Good Feed Grinder , l'rof. Hatfield and Miss Clara Collier of Crab Orchard. Dr. A. A. Hatfield and MUses Morford and Cochran of Danville, and Mr. It. K. Ilatlield were guests of Dr. and Mr. M. S. Hatfield, Sunday. Miss Annie Ilelle Iturnside leaves Friday for a vifit to her sister, Mrs. Arnold, in Birmingham, she will be joined Christmas week by Miss Joan Mount and together they will go to San Angelo, Texas, for a protracted visit to Mr. and Mrs. llrunnon lleazley. Misses Daisy Cockroll, Isabel West, Sura and Frances Spencer and Elizabeth Kldridge, n "bevy of beauties" who have been the recipients of much social attention while composing a house party at tno homo of Mian Klizabetii Glbbs, returned Monday to Lexington where they attend Sayre College. Miss I'eachit) Mae Sanders and brotl ers entertained quite a large croud of young people at linuer Thanksgiving, those present were Misstg F.thel uud l.ula Cornelison, Florence and Odessa I'rlce, Lillian ami Itulh Ilruuddus, Myrtle Heudren, Nancy Long. Iona Dunn, Messrs Kdwurd Cornelison ard Ilohart You will find every one of them on all ett-c- l INTERNATIONAL FEED GRINDERS A ttropi; stand prevents wabbling. Two lug screws hold tho macliina firmly in xsition. therefore Rriud evenly. A spring tension on tho criiidini; plates insures even griudiui;. A plato shifter lever at tho end of tliu shaft is a safeguard against breakaga and makes it a bitnplo matter to clean the plates. An International feed grinder ami an I II C oil enfjinc make' an ideal combination. The engine will furnish convenient power for opcratini; the feed grinder, and is especially TliogriiuliiiKp'-ib'sarobeU-aliKuiiiRaii- r 1 ' adaptable for this purpose on account of the variation of the power required in proportion to tho kind of train beinc uround. International feed grinders arc made in the following tyies and sizes to meet all requirements: Type D: 6, 8, and TjrpeClG and Type Di 8 and 1 h Kaffir corn in the htad grinds corn on the cob grinds small graini and shelled corn giinds corn in the huik, alfalfa and There are other features which you can see for yourself if you will drop in for a demonstration the next time you are in town. I'rice. Miss Elizabeth Glbbs entertained id an elegant six o'clock dinner Saturday evening. Covers were laid for fourteen and a most enjoyable evening was j PHONE 27. BECKER C& BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. BALLARD. spent with the charming host and at tractive guests. The color scheme used was pink and white which was artistic ally carried out in the table decoration and menu. The centerpiece was formed of pink and white carnations and ferns, the cakes, icea and mints being In the same color. The topic discussed Saturday after-i- i Foil Sale An oak china cabinet, noon was "babbath Observance . apply to this oflice. . u ,. ,, irice, me ..t i.,n.n.in,..inUi . ... . ..: ! "poena skillfully. leauer, nanuiea tne I have for sale, some old walnut and subject torn in Lexington Friday. cherry furniture, in good condition, that belonged'to my mother, apply to Mr. Theo Currey was called to Lou!,- - A FIPWMQrJ M ATHFM ATfPI A M W. II. Mason, Lancaster. Ky. ville Tuesday morning by the death of m i iiiiiiiuii I "I am not much of a mathematician ' tiii brother Jamt a Y. Currey. Fon SALE -- One five passenger Over- said the cigarette, "buf I can add to a land and one Schacht Truck. Cheap if ,, ,, . ,'"wr,t'nce "nJ M''",Mar hoy's nervous troubles, subtract from sold at once. Wilson of Oak. spent the week ,,j9 ,lhv8icill enerf.y mu,tIply )is ache9 Whjte & em. .u. mts oion.e oeoasuan. and pains, divide his mental powers. l'aint Lick, Ky. ( t,ko 'merest from his work and Misses Lida Mae and Nell Itay were j For Sale or trade for Stock a 1916 at a noonday dinner by , count ' chances of success." Maxwell touring ear has been run 5000 Miss Jennie Lawrence Thursday. miles, guaranteed in good running conDELAYED LETTERS dition. A. II. Swope, Mr. McClenan Teater, who has a Bryantsville, Ky. position with the Q, andC. at Somerset Several of our best correspondents was with homefolks for the week-em- '. letters were obliged to be omitted this Man past 30 with horse and buggy to week on account of their late arriva'. sell Stock Condition Powder in Garrard Mr. and Mra. Woods Carpenter of Some of them not reaching this office County. Salary $70 per ss month. l'reachersville, were the guests of .Mr. until this morning. All correspondents 9 Industrial Dldg., Indianapolis, and Mrs. O. It. Carpenter, Saturday are urged to forward their letters not Indiana. lt-p- d and Sunday. later than Monday that they may reach Mr. James West and bride, of whom this office Tuesday morning. For Rent. we spoke last week, are "at home" to Upstairs Flat, four rooms and bath. their friends at the home of Mrs. H. F. halls. Also two connected office NEVIUS-HARNE- D. Walter on Hill Court. rooms. J. E, Stormes. On last Wtdnesdny afternoon at 5:30 Mr. and Mra. Forest Stapp entertainat home of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse D. Sale For ed delightfully but informally with a Thanksgiving dinner in horor of Mr. Wearren.Miss LnVerneNevius, of LanDandy 7 room houve 4 acres land caster and Arch Hill Harned, of near and Mrs. W. H. llurton. good out buildings on Danville Lebanon Junction, were united in mar- with street at a bargain. Joe. S. Haselden. Mrs. John Anderson, of Washington, riage by Itev. D. M. Walker, pastor of D. C, who was called to Louisville by the Chrn-taichurch. The bride is the death of her brother, will spend a only daughter of Mr. Joseph Nevius, the FOR RENT. of while here with her mother before reLancaster, and a granddaughter of Livery stable or enrage for year 1917. turning home. Mrs. Martha Nevius of this city, and Centrally located, next to hotel. Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Elkin, of 153 N. is a very pretty nnd accomplished 12 f. Mrs. Kella Arnold FrancU Uroadway, haw as their guest tins young lady and has a host of fiiends week Miss Kathleen Walter, one of she has won bv her lovely disposition. MULES WANTED. Lancaster's most beautiful girls. Lex The groom is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Am in the market for some good ington Leader. J. T. Harned and a prominent farmer, mules and army mules, 15 hands to 16 Immediately ufter hands high. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Eadi of Stanford, of his community. W. IJ. Iiurton. . and Miss Itutli Waller of Louisville, the ceremony they left for Louisville, where they spent several days, returnmotored over from Stanford and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dickerson ing to their home near. Lebanon JuncFOR RENT. tion. Mr. F. T. llryant. of Lebanon Thanksgiving. Junction accompanied Mr. Harned to Five room cottage on Hill Court, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Francis entertain this city. Stanford Cor. large lot und garden, bath and lights. ed at dinner last Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. 11. T. Embrv lit National Hank. A. VY. Kavauauuh, Mr. and Mrs. Ed INTERESTING PROGRAM I'rice, Mr, and Mrs. Arch Walker uud Mrs Fannie Walker. At Christian Church Sunday. NOTICE. Misses Helen and Murtlm Gill, Mi's- Vety iuteiestlng reKirts were rend at dames Fred Fnsbie, Mury Lackey, John will be an election held at Tha There Storuies and Robert Elkiu attended a the Chritian church last Sunday when National Hank on Tuesuay January 0th ed the ihllerent missionary societies 1917, for tile election of feven directors beautiful party of Mrs. Clifton Ander- their annual I W. 11. M. day at to servo for the ensuing year. ion in Danville last Thursday. Christian church. Mrs. J, It. Mount S. (!, Denny, Cashier. Mra Hubert Carter entertained Thuny gave the report of the C. W. II. M, day evening at a chafing dish party tho women, stating that thev were apporguests being Misses Leota Itay, Nancy tioned by NOTICE. the bjard $215. but exceeded Ixxig, and hthel Corneilton of Itich- that by $50. An election will be held by the stockmini J, Messrs Hulbert llastin, Jim hi d Mrs. Guy Davidson read the report of holders of the Citizens National Hank CI) lie Sanders. the Ciicle Gills. They have 28 mem- in their banking house in Lancaster Ky Mrs. It. K. Hughes and duughter bers, each member taking the Missionon Tuetday, January 9th, 1917, to elect Margaret Elkin Hughes, of Louisville, ary Tidings. These energetic young direrters for the ensuing year. who are visiting in Lancaster, Hnd Mios women bupport a native missionary in It. W. l Champ. Cashier. es Gladys Fnsbie and l'eail Dickerson, India, which together with the other of Lancaster, motured over Saturday to uwuey raised by them amounted tolO MMfFARHS. meet Mrs. Fred Neighbors of There are 51 children in the Junior Ville....Miss Mamie Walter of Lancas- work uud their total amount was Many farms change ownership about ter, is hero at the bedside of her uncle, this time of the year. The buyer should Mr. Jas. Waller, who remains quite ill. make SURE and for his purchase seORDINANCE. Interior Journal, cure a "CONTINENTAL" fire and tornado policy. See D. A. Thomas, He it ordained by the City Council, of the City of Lancaster. Ky. that ull Agt., office Kecord Uldg., farm propXMAS IS HERE. 4t. automobiles or motor vehicles left upon erty a specialty. the public iuare of the city of Lai-casshall be parked around the pubAll trimmed and FOR SALE. lic squure, by placing the rear of car untrimmed at next to park. Any person or peraous l.MJ acres of Garrard County land leaving an hntomobile or motor vehicle Also lot of tu stand upon the public square unoc- near Hyattsville, now ready to grow and caps, big reduc- cupied of without any one in charge, any crop desired. To capitalist, busifor fifteen minutes, in violation of this ness, or laboring man in need of a We also have ordinance, upon conviction shall be fined home-ST- OP. LOOK and LISTEN, nor more tha.i not Xmas Give us This less man shall be In effect$10.00. tobacco $20.00; hemp $15.00; corntS 00; ordinance 'from wheat $2.00. I'rice $100. per acre. and after its publication. Phone 4872. Lexington, Ky. L. G. Davidson, Mayor. Kella Arnold 1st. December 4th, 191C. Mrs. It. I. Jiurton. Mr and Mrs autt. The Presbyterian Missionary society met Wednesday afternoon with .Misses Martha and Helen Gill. For - WCTU 2 unfurnished rooms, Mrs. Susan Fisher. imiiiLiiiHiiimn nm To ' Iui price. hats tion. hats shapes half childrens will novelties. call. Francis. The Central Record, Thursday, December 7, 9 6. 1 1 mm AT Mf Kf VI W Mf W K Mf W NT Mf W LIVE STOCK NOTE3. Willi Hit' lncrcicd price of horses moiv ntli'iitlon I, being paid In the rare of thougmwlng colts. When pis should Ih weaned-Mshould do determined as nuicli ns Iioxt they iin' eating mid groning as iiponjhclr n.sc. A shtcp will lake cold In a draft In upllc of It fleece of watin wool. Do sure that the rolls lire cum- lng Into wlniT tt!.irters fat ami Hf f IV K! Mf Catarrh VOUfifllS O M 1 A trinity of evils, closely allied, that afflict mart people, nnu which follow ono on tho H'0 or"cr named, until tho last ono 0,hcr ia snread throiicli tho svslem. lonrllno- - in many evils. Hut their course can bo checked. PERUNA CONQUERS for ti Mf Kf Mf Mf IV IV IV Vi ;V Vt Vt IV ft hearty. )V Profitable 'hog raising Is lest a attained by provldlug for tnn lit' IV tern n year. IV There mint lie no draft of cold IV nlr In the sheep b.irn. but the IV ventilation niu-- t N gcod. Pure !V nlr Is n necessity to the health cf t oily checking it and It In n few days. Ample, evidence has proved thnt It Is even of more, valua In fives coming chronic catarrh.ulspclllng tho Inflammatory conditions, enabling tho diseased membntnea to perform their natural functions, anil toning up the entire system. The experience of thousand Is a safe, guldo to what It may be expected to do for you. Liquid or tablet both tested by the public and approved; THE PEKUNA COMPANY, COLUMBUS, OIUO It Is of crcat valuo when used promptly overcoming a cold, usu. IV IV flock. IV ' IV tV (V Uf Public Sale Having decided to locate elsewhere, Mf !V )V f IS tV !V !V IV Mf )? IV Mf f THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. SHEEP THRIVE IN OPEN SHEDS IN WINTER Capital $50,000. A. It JENNY, Surplus $30,000. Vice Pres't. S. ft DKNNY. Cashier. President J. E. ST0HMK3. I will sell at public auction, on SATtJBDAY, DEC 9th., 16 AT TWO O'CLOCK, P. M.f Sheep sheds may combine efficiency and economy, anys the American Agriculturist. The Pennsylvania stale college lias demonstrated that sheep wintered In an open shed having a south, eni exposure, free from drafts and affording a dry bed, arc In better physical condition than (hose wintered In a warm. 111 ventilated barn basement. Durlntr tho lambing season, of course, warmer quarters aro neceary. I.wes may then bo removed tn narmcr quarters and later replaced In the shed. It. T, JmiRY. Ass't Cashier. J. L (ill... Hook .Keeper. v Safety Samual D. Deposit WE SOLICIT Alex Cochran. IC. Boxes YOtfK (Jill, Dr. For J. II. Rent. J. K. IIUSINKSS. Posey, Stormes. S.' C. Denny.-- J. - W. M. Elliott. Directors. 3C n- 3 C DC my residence on Crab Orchard Street. The lot is 65 feet front by 125 feet deep and the house which is modern; contains 8 rooms with front and back porches, splendid concrete basement, cistern, coal house, etc. The house is practically new and was bmlt by the late S. L. Ashley, of he very best material, has electric lights and water connection. Open at Any time for inspection. Terms of sale wili be liberal and made known on day of sale, which will take place at the residence. 100 In Vital Force and Productive Energy. Per Cent. Efficiency That's what you ought to have If you're below that, you'rt giving fellow the best of It In the stress at.d strain of modern life you have tn be ketrd up In the beat that's in you, if you expect to go the route and finding "inride the money". You ought to keep tab on yotirrrlf, and when vou ducou r the slightest signs of letting down, vu ought to come tn nature's relief by tsking a good tome to brso up the vital forces and re build wasted tissues. C01v Down brtla. known In thlt routi try ss "mltltlls wools." Tr.re irs CEL-SA-E Builders. Th Shropshire shrp Is on of ths The Greatest of All Tonics and System M. HOUSE, Capt. Am Bourne, Auct. Lancaster, Ky. Shropshire litre than Any oUier of the Down breU. The vuallty. hut they wool Is of sre classed as milttull shttp. The lambs are hsnl) and are nAsHy ftl teaetl. The animal ihown U a Bhrvpahlie wether. mor cl Black Diamonds. Carmine black diamonds, althougl oimldcrably more valuable than th. oefilnnry white diamond, are not usei. ornament, limine n:i appearand awi suore attractive than n blf'of atom or fragment of coul. They are of durl: jsny, brownish, or black color, am' eipaque, without crystalline form. They are .Mimenltut harder than the crystul gem diamond, being, in fuel, about tlie hardest substance known and nr ' fiiund In irregular pieces, ranging li j stag from to 600 curutx. fr ime-lui- First Milling Process. The conversion of wheat Into flour was one of the earliest developments oi tlvlllzutlcu. and even the primitive races In the dawn of history submit ted the grain to a course (funding be tween Minuet. IVrlmirs the oldest Hour, iuiiih m esiMejuv are me rune stone, i found uuuing the remains of the un- client lake duelliugt In Switzerland. II; u lunrlar und pestle arrangement tin wheat luit reduced to u inare meal. Crude us this melho'l was It contuluei the germ nl tli- - uiudein Hour mill. Thoughtful Bobble. When Ilobble went to see his grandmother he was much Interested In whatever went 0:1 In the kitchen. One morning she said to lilni: "I'm going to make you a nice little pie In a miucer, P.nlible, all for jourself. Don't you think I'm pretty good tn take so much trouble?" Hobble thought about It a moment. "drniduM." Jie said, "mamma told me not to be a bother, mid If It't r;nlng to be liny trouble you ran Jut it well make my pie the reg' lur Ue.H DIRECTORS: OFFICERS: C. DIRECTORS: C. 0. Graves. A. H. Hamilton Andrew Hoviinan. F. M, McKee. .J. P. 0. GRAVES, Pres. J. Eiiiiiry Allen; J. U Fields. W. II. Piper. Beattv, JOHN L. DAVIS. Mfir. C. W. DEAN, Sf J. M. Wiglesworth, Tho. P. Prnther. After lambs are three days old they will not suffer In tbo open hed. even during zero weathor. The shed used to bouse ciperlmental ewes and Ismbs at the I'cnnsylTanla station adjoins the south side of a hay shed. The sheep shed Is S) by 00 feet and cost $200. its rapacity Is 100 mature sheep. It was built of hemlock lumber over a superstructure of oak posts. Tb roof and west end were covered with tar paper. An alley sir feet wide runs the full lencth of the Inner side of the shed. The hay shed attached affords a place for storaeo of feed and lambing pens. The shed Is divided Into seven pena for experimental parposes. Three lota Instead of seven would probably b more desirable under average farm conditions. Under such conditions also breeding sheep in winter quarters should be divided Into groups with reference to age and condition, llrced. Ing irlieep should bo separated from An exercise yard fattening sheep. t nitty-twfeet wide adjoins each pen. These are well drained and dry. BREEDING YOUNG SOWS. months, Guaranteed to satisfy )ou or mon-- y back. rhis Drug store alio has n ssle our famous C0W1I0Y I.INIMKNT tor rheumatic pains, neuralgia, lumbago, cuts, burns, bruises, lameness and soreness, 25c and Mc bottles. Try our Science Sope, lite a bar, 3 fcr !Sc. Will send Kree on request a copy of our great hook "The Cowboy Herbalist." .1 will restore tho 1W) per cent efficiency in Ixulily vigor which every man and woman ought to have. contains all the essential ingredients recognized by science sa most effective In building up the weak spots nf the Ixsl), and then they are com. (minded and blendrd in a way the ordinary doctor has not learned yet. is on sale at Stormes Drug Store. I.sncan-ter- . Ky. $1.00 for 3 boxes, makes 3 iustts of medicine and last STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. 1L Dakoto 37Jy-3- 1 Jack-White-Mo- on West Broadway. I.OUISV1U.K. KY. It 3 C 3C W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director anck Embalmer. Residence Mione 33. Geo. Montgomery, Graham Taylor. E. B. Ray. of Garrard, Weigher. Albert Ruh. J. J. Ricliardbtm. Ollice Phong 18. The Farmers Home Lexington, Kentucky. To-baco- o Warehouse. Located on Virginia Avenue and Q. & C. RY Bridge, Between South Broadway and South Limestone. Practice Creates a Tendency to Pro. dues Small Litters. The earliest tlrao that young sows when they are seven should be bred or eight months old. The proper age depends chiefly uimn their development, says Hay (Jnlewood, Instructor In animal husbandry In tbo Kausjs State Agricultural college. It has been found that tho continued ows when they practice of breeding ate too young creates a tendency toward small litters. Ilrecdlng too early will also causo a check In the dovelo-uic1 Kentucky. Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 330-13 All Occasions. Prompt Addition of tho sow Tho iHTlod of gestation In swlno li 111! to lid days, which allows tho rats-lu- g of two litters each year, This li ndvocated under ordliiury conditions, railing of young pigs for the but show ring ono litter a car U better. or 83. All Orders Receive Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. Diaw A The House ..To Sell With. Because this House is Owned and. Controlled Principally by Farmers, and Flan, that is aper deduct-ta- g the only house in Lexington run on the the running expenses and paying Six Per Cent, to our Stockholders, the Profits are Divided Between our Customers. Ask some of your Neighbors who sold with us last season. Brlug us a load and be convinced. We have a good stable with box stalls on the ground floor and every attention will be given you and your teams. For any information Telephone 3331, at our expense. The chief causo of rickets Is lack ot Overfeeding Uion corn is a exercise. common contrlbutlve cause. Com Is a heat and fat former, but does not build up strong holies. Mnko tho hogs lake abundant exerclso every day throughout tho year, and feed mixed ntlons. Including 10 per cent of digester tank-agIn the slop, alfalfa hay In winter and green rape, clover and alfalfa In summer. Allow free access to slacked lime, wood ashes and wood charcoal. Allow salt once a week. Farm Joure Cause of Rickets In Pigs. Check for the money younve and nolo how much more res- pectfully your creditors re- - nal Wounds on rlorsse. An excellent application for surface wounds and ono that agrees with tha flesh of horse Is mutton tallow. Its tendency Is to heal wbeif well scented with carbolic acid or even alone. Cleanse deep sores dally with warm water and carbollzed soap. 1'nrtl you. They like to do busiuass with a mnn who litis an account at the Garrtrd Bask They know he Is doing t Trust Go. business In u business like way. Iietter open such an account even if your alfalri are not large. 1'hev will grow all right. , The Central Record, Thursday, December 7, 1916. THE SPIRIT OF LANCASTER. Kor the bets we didn't loe; For Wition nd not for Hughes; Kor (lie war that we aren't In; Hut let those Allies win; Kor the weather the sunihtne and rain; Thankal Kor hc joy andthanka for the pain; Thankal Kor Uili and thanks for that; Thankal Kor (he lean and thanks for Thanks! Thankd Thankal Thankal Thankal FIGHTING the frt; Thanki! Let the echo rlngl everything! Much obliged-f- ur JETTY'S LIFE SAVED BY USE OF RED CROSS SEALS She Was Taught Hew to Care Far Har aalf After Htr Mother Had Died. "Hue waa real pretty, nnit an mil at fun that the dimples uert alwayt showing In her round, red cheeks." Tbe visiting nurse of the Poclety waa talking. "Htr eyes were big and brown and hair curled naturally In little rlngleta over her forehead and ears. Bb was Just eighteen when wo first met ber and an neat and attractive that one would think she belonged to the well to-d-o class of working eople, but when we followed her to her home one day we confronted startling facts. "The red In her cheek waa the flush f unnatural Inward fever, the high Clearance Sale of Tailored Suits, Dresses and Waists Beginning today we offer our entire line of high grade Suits at Clearance Sale Prices. We have more than two hundred to select,from and all were bought for the most particular trade. If you have been waiting for a bargain, now is your time and come at once while assortment of sizes and colors is complete. Man-Tailor- ed IN THE AIR By ALAN HINSDALE There Is nothing like youth for rlikv A loy under fifteen rends e ndrcnture ami desires to be In It. After fifteen up to, say, twenty-fivbe gets In it If the opportunity occurs. In his life when And It Ii that be H moit lilted for liHminloiu entrr-rlsee s. s During the war between both Union and Confederate armies were full "f ynuiigiters under the mlnlmiini age that ws tiled by Tailored Suits. Wooltex Velvet Suits, now S39.50. 58. Finest Vclour Suits, now $17.50. f U5. Wooltev Fur Trimmed Suits, now $29.50. $37.50 Fur Trimmed Suit, now $25. $35. Woollex Check Velour Suits, now $19.75. Wooltex Suits, now $19.75. 5. $19.73 Tnilored Suits, now $13.75. $15. Tailored Suits, now $9.75. Dresses. . fl5. pitiful antidote to pitiless conditions, and the big brown eyes saw only squalor when tbry wer not (lied npon a typewriting machine-oclosed ersUlently to any Tlew but an Imaginary bright one. Tbe room we entered was a living space, uaed also as an eating, cooking and sleeping apartment. Tbere waa but on tied, and Betty bad to sleep In It with ber mother, who waa too weak to alt up. An open cuspidor eat where it would tie conveniently near the bed. which placed It by tbe store, where their food wss cooked. Tbe mother, who was suffering In sn adrauced stage of tuberculosis, did not like cold air, and ber querulous demands caused Hetty to keep the door and windows closed. "Well.1 said cheerful lletty. with a laugh, 'that Isn't so bad as not baring any window or doors to close. Is HI Things might lie worse.' "Infinitely worse,' said I. 'You mtsbt even take a notion to stuff the windows and doors with rsgs to rut out whst oiygen conies In through the " cracks.' "Ited Cross Christmas Seals, with spirits were a gen-sr- J $'-'- MS. Afternoon Dresses, now $49. $75. Afternoon Dresses, now $45. $50 Silk Dresses, now $33. $39.59 Silk Dresses, now $25. $35. Serje Dresses, now $22 50. $25. Serge Dresses, now $19.7C $20. Serge Dresses, now $14.75. $16.50 Serge Dresses, now now $11.75. taw for enlistment. Hut it has been reserved for th twentieth century to excel all' othera Id rurnlMihig a tempting Held fur darhe more What ing exploits. tbe thrilling than fighting for up sir? Tbe great European war the semis of da'lng In halt). It would seem enough for one lo risk with nothing: oh life up In the but thin air between him nisi tbe aarth. but to attack another airship! there can only lie set down t thequintessence of rccklcssncs". Though an.Amerlcan. I could not resist this kind of warfare and early the struggle went to Kngland to study and practl'.-- aviation. I was seTen- teen when 1 went abroad', but nineteen! before I waa udmltted Into the con of high tilers and sent to the front. My aeroplane was one of tbe smaller ei c Special lot of single ana odd Waists of Georgette, Crepe de Chenes, Silks, etc., that sold from $6.00 to $8.00. Nearly, one hundred to choose from at $3.95 Silk Waists $3.95 kind, and I managed It alone. My tlu-rtwere simply to obtain Information by rising- high enough to look down oi tbe enemy's works. I also dlrectedl an Ore. Of course was constantly target for shots from the earth, but l If I eould keep out of range-th- at Hut If I did not fly near I chose. enemy I could distinenough to the At Brat when a shell guish nothing. came anywhere near me I was frightened, but familiarity breeds contempt, and I soon became familiar with One day I recelrrd an order to erow the German line aud spy out the location of a battery that was derooMsb-I- n works our boys were constrcettort as fast as they were built. 1 went op about 800 feet, then made for a point directly above the place from which tb shells seemed to emanate. I was seen by the enemy, and" no doubt my errand was suspected. Tar presently I saw what looked like a a bird's site at the distafrom tbe rear of the most nce-rise active gun and keep mounting-- evidently with tbe design of getting aboT me. I. too, climbed, for 1 did not propose that my enemy should have an additional advantage in dropping: blrd-about , Choice for $3.95 Children's Wooltex Coats, $9.00 We offer a npecial lot of beautifully made Coats for children from G to 14 yenrs, made from remnants of the finest material used in Wooltex Coats, and mude as only Woollex Coats are made at choice for $9. The actual values of these coats are $15. -- Genuine Bolivia Cloth Coats Who Knows. The Coat For The Woman memmge of hope, gave Itetty n chance to get well after her mother died. Is It worth while to safe the ItrltysJ lluy your share today." , . tbVlr cheery SHADE TREES AND SHRUBS J On a special trip to Cleveland we were able to secure just seventeen genuine silky Bolivia Cloth Coats, and as these were the samples and no more cloth to be had we bought them from $10. to $20. under price. Colors art Grey. Brown, Navy, Burgundy, Green and Black. ? Advlie what to do for shade and shrubs during November lit by the American I'orcMry association, Us member t as follows; I'rtino trees ami remove the hud brniv he. Keiiuid. P whatever fall spraylaa to overcome suck may ! i lug or scab' Third.- - Prepare a comMit oC leaf mold In a mixture with manure and soil. Tlila coniHwt will prove of great value In r.ll planting and guidcnlug work on jour premle as well ns In sMclmen rejuvriiotlng Imjsiverlihcd I'ni un Our Special Christmas Stocks. A ' f.rt nHrry t. tree. of the trees during tbe base of tbs with straw. Fifth. lu ciecUlly excised place protect the rhododendrons and other lender plants and sliiubs with evergreen boughs. Ik thl only where tbe eold and exposure tnako It alisolutely necessary. 1'oiirth. l'ruiie the risit which are t bo moved winter. Cut around the trees atid till the trenches great line of finest Solid Gold Jewelry for Women, Men and Children all direct from makers at a saving to you. Finest and largest line of Sterling Silver and Plated Silver Everything from a 50c spoon to a in central Kentucky. $250. Tea Set. Parisian Ivory toilet articles of all kinds. Cut Glass and China, Baskets, Christmas Towels from 25c to $ . Umbrellas, McCallum Silk Stockings, Ladies Neckwear 1 to realize, that! tbe little-filawith stretched wings- seemingly no larger than a swallow mlgbt mean death to me. I bad been something or a sportsman and was familiar wltb birds. It seemed to me that this one might light on a branch and pour forth bombs on me. It was hard r - ft. B. Robertson & Bro. Danville, 2 he gtm 5 hat Sells Tyooltt.x Cert $kvts jgtfit Wat Locking for Easy Money. "I usl;nl for nlpiioiiy of $M) u week 1 wli .tr.eii are celling that rlgh along.' "Hul, madam," expostulated the lawyer, "your busbund Is earnlnr only $11!." "What's that got to do with It? 1 thought the go eminent provided the alimony." Kentucky. Mystery of Chimney Swift The chimney swift furnishes ouo ol the unsolved problems of bird life. The flocks drift slowly south until on the northern coast rf the Oulf of Mexico they become an Innumerable host. Then they illsiip,'iir n.id for five months their hiding place Is n Worn Out? No doubt you are, U you sutler from any ol the ailments to numerous which an women are subbackHeadache, ject. ache, sldeache, nervousness, weak, tired feeling, are some ol the symptoms, and you must rid yourself of (hem In order to feel welL Thousands ol women, who have been benefited by this remedy, urge you to Fault-Flnder'Folly. It Can't Be Done. A New Yort lucrilcul journal thinks Ilo who seeks n.,ly fur fault sees nothing rise, and III lie mi fully con It ull wrong fur (wople to try to miniscious of the faults of others that ho mize their sleeping hours simply because Napoleon was suffered to sleep will be at fault himself. but little. Iu other wurdi, the editor would Impress some o," his readers Dally Thought. that they cannot tieeoinu Napoleaaa-sln)lTim life a mnn lends after IiIh death hy slttlug up late.--l'uc- k. In the memories of those who loved htm I stronger ami letter life thuu any a Spanlah for Mouse. he lived during his physlcul life. Ituton, the county seat of Colfax county, New Mexico, Is the center ol the mining Industry of the coal Held on-tliWashing Chamois. south side of the Ituton m.mntulns, water to which a although no large mines are located In Use luke-wurpinch of sodu ha heeii added. Hub the Immediate lelnlty. The Suntu l the chamois well with sonn nml wash trail passed through Itaton, then ai you would aiiy other garment. The known us Willow Springs. The won secret of having It soft after washing Italou Is Kpunlsh for mouse. la to ruli well between the IiihxIh, and pull luto ahapo hefure It U thoroughly About the Planets. dry. The albedo or reflecting power of the planeti Is believed to give a hlut Felt Ha Came- - Second. I In a as to their physical coudlllon. One day I took my little hoy over table prepar-- d by I'rof. II. N.Vussell, co his grandmother's, and while wo ulhcdo of the moon Is given as were there he pit Into mischief, so his the Venus, 0.61): grandmother slapped Ids hands aud he . 0.07; Mercury, 0.0U: Mars, 0.1S; Jupiter, 0IM; Kalurn, 0.03; came to mo crjInK, and said tils grand-moth0.0.1, and Neptune, 0.73. The liuil shipped him. I being busy Uriinus, ulbetlo, ineasunsj from tbe at the till"'. Just told him to go away earth's rurthshlne on the moon, baa been and not nether me, that bis grand- placed as high us 0.89, though a new would not slap him If he did mother The four calculation Indicates not deserve It. Later on I asked blui large planets have high albedo on ao what be did thut Ids grandmother .mnf nf lluili flnml.liiili.n ntiiinrilihfri4 ; slapped him, aud be said: "Oh, It Is ' that of Mercury, wltb practically ao no use teltlntc you. you love your moth- atBiosphent, 1 low. er an) Uott." Chicago Tribune. nt a song. Be did not light on a branch, but in rime he poured forth a song. It was song not tbe song of n bird; It was-tb- e of a bullet. But tbls was not yet Tbe German and I Jockeyed for post tlon, I endeavoring to get near enough to tbe battery I waa ordered to rpy on as well as to keep him from getting tbe advantage of roe. I bad onv eye on the battery, the other on the aVlator. I was so bent on fixing its location that I gave blm the whlpbanrV of me In tbls If 1 came down I woaiui d so on enemy's ground, white lie-would fall among his own comrades. I had located certain objects whlcb' would enable me to describe the ios!'- tlon of the battery- - to our gunners when I saw Mr. German endeavoring to circle around to my rear. Having secured what I bod come for, I turned abd started for home. But a chase Is a disadvantageous position for the pursued. The other fellow can tire at bis back, and be can't tire at all unless be twists himself around, which 11 dif ficult and not conducive (o a (rue aim. I was obliged to go about, as a sailor on tbe water would say, and ttjilb On entering upon this my first contest op in tbe air It may be wondaredthnt. I was not paralyzed by tbe dreadful) fall I would make It my macblno were I did nut thluk of It, aud disabled. the reason I did not think of It wan that I badu't time. In other words,. I) was so absorbed iu the coming struggle that there was no place In As I tumed, exposing my flank for a few moments. I saw my enemy raise bis piece to lire. A bullet sang by my bead. I was more concerned for uiy ahlp than for my bead, which wax natural, for If my head were pierced I would go down without consciousness bat If my ship were wrecked I would.' experience the a w'ul fal'. I'ortuiiatt-lneither my head nor my ship waa teuched. Before my eumiy could get another shot at uio he gut one from me. I refrained from aiming at him, but drew a bead on where I believed his engine t bo. I missed tbe engine, but I must have bit bis gas tank. At any rate, I beard a report and saw that I bad disabled him. Ills attention lelng fixed ou tho audition of bis machine, I devoted myself to flight, l'resently turning, 1 saw-bimachine staggering to earth. Its fall being retained only by Its wings. But I doubted If even this would tavo bis life. I reported the position of tho lattery, and It was silenced. But where ne battery was silenced a doeen more iprang up. for anything cle. TAKE Cardui The Woman's Tonic Mrs. Sylvanla Woods, Johnny Was Curious. As a great privilege, John was tuken to church to see !ns i'uhy cousin J list as the Minister bud the ater nil roil 'y u d ll.ire was u hush In the ei..K"e v.tlon. John leaned toward tils ..ii I'.er and nskel Iu a too uudltle sliiiro wMsfer, "Hot or coldt" ol Clifton Mills, Ky., says: "Before taklnR Cardui, I was, at times, so weak I could hardly walk, sod the pain In my back and head nearly killed mo. After taking three bottles ol Cardui, the pains disappeared. Now I feel as well Ml ever did. Every suffering woman should try Cardui." OelabotUe today. c-- The Apartment Dweller. apartment dweller is well warmed, lives i:eiir his business am bis aiiiusi incuts. Is close lo humankind, nml Is relieved from the responsibility of ii houe mill from I lie Inconvenience: of outdoor duties Involved In a de tached dwelling. To get nil these bene fits the t.pnrttneut dweller Is asked ti "Coals to Newcastle." "To curry uuls to Newcastle" means surrender two desirable things, name ly. Inside room aud outside uir. Mlu to do something that Is superfluous, Newcastle bvhg u greut coal Held, uciipolls Journal. carrjlug coals there wosld he u type of unnecessary action. The Trench Tributes to the Departed. have u sajlnc '! carry water to the Obituary notices iu Australian pa river" for the smue tiling, mid there pers ure often. Uidy t'ooru tells us, acare Severn! Uul.i ninlvulents. companied by i.oellc tributes to the departed. Thee tributes sometime! tumblu Into iiwkwiu-duesWhen Clock Cett Out of Order.-I- f but she your clock gets out of order, try quotes us chaumloti Iu tiiat way a lubricating the works by the fumes prose tribute In hese words; "MrB. from a piece of wuddliig soaked In it. bus Just passed uwuy at tho tigo ol 1'oc sotuo months she bud luirallin. .Set the wadding Inside the eighty-live- . case under the works; unless the been In fulling .'iii lth, but during the works ure uctuully out of order the lust few ilny she apiirouchcd the fumes will uct oa thu machinery. It Ii grie 1 'iouihK" Kruui quite u simple but u tried reiueO. . ,i!mlruls Wife." bai-tlni- l. The "'" I ""?! THE MANURE HEAP. The manure heap Is n sccno of tiaclcrlnl activities. When It He very long tlic nitrogen U trans-formeInto 1100101111) ami When It escapes It Is o gono 'forever. Somo of tlio changes Into nitrates, and tliee nre washed nway anil lost If the manure heap Ik uncovered. Nitrates nre soluble, and when they nre washed away the farm 1om all their value. A part of the nitrates nro nttacked by hacterln and become nitrogen ens. The Central Record, Thursday, December 7, 1916. RED CROSS SEAL FIGURES Holiday Stickers Already Distributed In Unlttd States. Few people have any conception of the magnitude of the Itod Cross Christmas Seal Campaign. Here are a that will show wluit n gtgniitlc movement this Is. Already ai'.OW.OOO heals have lioeii pilnled nnd practical ly that entire number distributed to agents In every state and territory of the t'nloti from Alaska to the Canal Zone, from I'ortn Itlco to Hawaii, ami even In the fnr-orPhilippine.'. Ad' vcrtlslng circulars, posters, cards, etc, millions, hare to the number of several also been distributed. Not less than 1,000,0(10 personal letters asking pen pie to buy Seals have been sent out. It Is estimated that the urmy of work. crs, nearly nil of whom are volunteers, engaged In selling the Seals numbers well over oOO.oOO. The advertising and publicity devoted to the campaign amounts to several hundred thousand dollars. Kvery effort Is being put forth to sell KiO.floO.ono Seals, or only one for every man, woman and child tn the United States. Tills will mean $1,000,000 for the antituberculosis campaign In the United States. Over 1,500 associations of the country derive their support from Itud Cross Seals. 325,000,000 OPENING SALE DEC 4th, AVERAGED FOR THE DAY NO CROP AVERAGED $17.66 Per Hundred LESS THAN $14.55 PER 100 LBS. NO BASKET SOLD FOR LESS THAN S10.00 PER 100 LBS Records of n few sitlos: Mnson, KMolinnlsort 41 Gnylmrt. 3185 pounds nt 20.2f I'otnl 5703.81. 140.31. Kni.iitzer & Sowers 1)00 1 pounds at $20.18 nt 17.00 Total 5 18I.G0 Jones nnd Kelly of Paint Lick. 2015 pounds nt 10.50 Totnl Walter Bennett 180 pontics Total 80231 FORCING ASPARAGUS. Great Demand For This Crop Whin Marketed Out of St,on. Nearly everybody enjoys nsparagus. Tobacco is Keeping Pace With the High Cost of Living at From early Jlarcli until August as. parngus may now be found In many of the licst markets, says T. II. Carekol In the Knrm nnd Fireside. It Is forced out of Its regular season so as to make this vegetable available from the beginning of December through the entire winter. Hut this product of the gardener's skill Is naturally quite expensive. The demand for this crop when marketed out of season Is becoming greater, and the returns to the enterprising grower are excellent I have found that the forcing may be done In any place where u temperature of CS to UO degrees may be maintained either In hotbed, pit. greenhouse GAHItARD CIRCUIT COUKT. or by any contrived plan where the l'lalntllT Adrian Metcalt'g Admr. temperature can be kept nt the desired VS. uniform degree. I use the roots fruml Defts, four or five year old plants for forcing. Adrian .Met call's lira, et al, en-lly THE HOME TOBACCO lncororated. WAREHOUSE Richmond, Kentucky. FARMER'S COLUMN spice below (hit heeding ti tor me eiclu it iik olour lurmrr anbarrltwra. and la fin ihe eate o( mock, gmm mi4 fiieli thincs oi' urra t Hit Urnift raunot affoM to mlvvr tire. S'o notice wilt i- - aereptrd oirr Ion! untf. anil will toillrtri 'no lanr of tht COMMISSIONER'S SALE 0FLAND. ,1I-- as much dirt adhering to the roots and ' A. Smith, I'laintiir, crowns as possible. These roots nre VS. (r ofcln're put In a cool cellar or any place where Louise Louis, et al. Defendants. the temperature Is but little above j FOR SAI.E-Tt- to cooil milk cows. (Consolidated Cases). ireezing. t uen uius moreu me rouis Fresh and jounc. Kobt. Ilurnsidi. are covered with sand nnd soil to prePursuant to a judgment rendered at vent their drying out nnd are kept In the November Term, 1910. the underFor Sale or Kent U acres of im signed Commissioner will sell at public this way until wanted for forcing. 'Forcing asparagus In hotbeds or oth- auction to the highest and best bidder proved land. J. W Sanders. Judaon. Ky. er substitute for a greenhouse Is rath- before the Court House door in LanKy, at 11 o'clock, A. M. or er costly, and there Is much less trou- caster, FOR SALE-Sev- en thereabouts, on hoats. weight ble In securing a paying crop In the MONDAY. DECEMI1EIS 23th, 191G. about CO Kunri. greenhouse. V. B. GrieK .R. R 3, Lancaster. Where a greenhouse Is used no bet' 'it being the first day of the Garrard ter use of the space under the benches County Court Term the real estate For Sale-- A No. I White Holland mic oitruuiUKB miu lies can be made than for forcing aspara- u.ciiiiuiiru . Gobbler. Phone gus. The floor under the benches In cribed as follows: In Garrard County, Kentucky, on the .Mrs. J. G. Ilurnside my greenhouse Is solL I dig a pit waters of White Lick Creek and is ir. about a foot deep and scatter four three different tracts, which are desFor Sale A few more extra nice Inches of good soil over the bottom, cribed us follows: then set the clumps of asparagus roots 1st Tract. beginning at a stone in Single Comb White Leghorn roosters. close together, scatter a few Inches of line to Parker Anderson and Jonathan Mrs. John Doty, Marksbury Ky. dry mellow soil between and over Creech; thence with Creech S 86 E clumps and then water It thoroughly. 13.6S chains S 65 K 1 chain to a stake, For Rent for the year 1917. a house I blanch the shoots by shutting off the corner to same. N 89 E 2.23 chains to a ar.d 15 acres if grass, and 20 acres to Every time mutlier oets out Calu light by use of burlap bung along the point in a bluff. N 8 E 4.06 chains to be put in wheat. met I know theie's iuicc to be good tides of the benches. There Is now a the edge of the cliff S 45 E 5.08 chains J. r. Conn, tilings to eat at our houte. Delicious, tendency among the best Judges of as- to a stake and corner to same und Par R. F. D. no 1 Lancaster. Ky. paragus, to prefer the unbleached as ker Anderson; thence with his line S tender, tempting, doughnuts, biscuits. paragus, or that which Is only partly 774 W 10.05 chains to a point in branch; caJui and pies! I've never teen a balie-daI have a few Mammuuth IlronzH turthence uu same and Willi Its meanders pleached. iailute with Calumet. Mother S 3J E 8 chains to a point In said branch keys fcr tale. I also us board placed against the) and corner to same; thence leaving said uya'n't the only Hiking- Powder that Mrs. H. I'. Swope, posts to construct trenches In whlck branch N 87i W 11.82 chains to an ash. insures tinitct in results. Bryantsville Exchanrif. the asparagus can be forced In addi cornar to same, N 7 E 13 08 chains to Phone 37-t.l.ad ir.ha.t Aw tion to the trenches built under the the beginning, containing 20.95 acres. For Sale: Two thorobred Hereford benches. 2nd, Tract: Beginning at a stake in Tbo Brit ten days after setting toe White Lick Creek, corner to John Da- bull calves. Wright 400 to COO pounds. J. A. Owens. roots should be kept rather cool say vis; thence down said CreeK N 34 W Phone 374-l24.90 poles, N 2, W 20 poles N 65 W 42 Crab Orchard, Route 2. at a tempersture of 45 to CO degree then change 'to P3 to CO degreea. or poles to a slake in said creek, corner to FOR SALE. Mr W. D. Walker has Ten slightly higher In' the daytime Fred Yeakey and the Best Heirs. S 771 will be no detriment Too heavy wa- W 74 poles to a stake in McCormick lome nice White Leghorn roosters he tering may do more harm than good. Urancli; thence up said branch with its will sell you worth the roonev. At least three' or four weeks nre re- meanders S 4 E 20 Doles S 32 E 33.30 poles to a quired to develop the asparagus to cut- 47 polesto stake in the branch, N 88 W Lost: On October Conrt day I laid small ash, corner to ting size, after which several cuttings Smith, S 82a W 30 poles to a stake, Elias a corraincoat in a kggy, on the public may be made during a period of eight ner to J. B. Creech; thence with said to ten weeks. In order to secure a Creech the following courses and dis- square thru mistake. Liberal reward J. M. Wheeler, succession of cutting throughout the tances S 16 W 48.60 poles S 45 E 1 pole if returned to Lancaster Ky. Route 1. winter. I plant reserve roots every S 71 E 5 poles N 87 E 69 poles to a three or four weeks after the first black walnut corner to same, S 77 E 8 planting. Gardeners can easily try out poles to a point in branch; thence up Free, a lot of woul to any one who this plan of forcing asparagus out of said branch S 11 E 15 poles S 4 K 9 will haul while ground U firm. poles S 1 W 10 poles S 25 W 7.23 poles season and thus learn Just what the O. W. Estes. returns will be for tbcm in their own to a stake comer to John Creech and John Davis; thenre with said Davis N particular market. Cultivated Hemp Sed for sale. 89 E85 j pole to the bee inning.contain- G, A. nig In tract Nns I and 2. the said two 8lmplt Stanchion. tracts adjoining, about 100 acres. This fctanchlou U oiiened by hand, 3id. Tract. Is the one half of u J7 but Is closed automatically. When the acie tract ut Knot) land convened to cow puts bcr head between the Win. Itiggiubuihum's neira by Com RESTORED TO HEALTH missioner's deed bearing date August BY RED CROSS SEALS I 111 373-Ft. 12-SwiiH-broa- llm rrntm Intn in Ihn fntl wllli and broke. er;x. A ft' Hdlm off il.o emit o. Wales nro I'utlln Wand, Slioep Islam nnd tho Cow und Calf Uland lu l'ein-- . There It Hie M. of lipB him I Whiili-- ' Hand. IVnltt Mnnd In ;.,.x am, Crauo it.iI (iulf oft tlio imt v Cornwall, England. .War l.undy IhIiiik nro Itnt ll.iml mid II. nt! Thick Animal Isles. I WINTER TOUKIST TICKETS Al Reduced Fares, on sale Daily to FLORIDA-CUBA-NEW y ORLEANS Stop- - Oucr Privileges cr complc'.F infornutior. and Jej:ri,ii.o littra'urv. call on neural I ICKL.I CI N i And AH Resorts of the South Liberal FINAL LIMIT FOR RETURN, MAY 31, 1317 fl. 113 or wntn G. KING, Pcjjcntlcr and TicI.et Atcat Leu :,'Mn Street, LTXINCTON, KY. Dill Had Learned Something. understand old man Slmpklns was very much oppoavd to his daughExperience of a Kansas Farmer In ter marrjlug Hill Hmllti; railed Hill a fiHil, mill all that sort of thing Handling a Flock of Ewee. We haw from tlmo tn time called "That'll rry true, cd before ho had bis'ii rnurrletl six months Hill admitted attention to the opKrtuultlrs for profit tn tiandllug a few abeep on the farm, tho old inati was right." MADE MONEY WITH SHEEP. "I y the ICansa Fanner. A few farm-er- a , Surely are selling this opportunity. We teller "la It true, tny door, that were much Interested In the story told as by a recent visitor from llrown your huftband --la very We'vo bnu mar eotraty. Tbls nuu bought a slngla Jlrs. .NVly rlol six mouths, und many on ernlnr up, tnkra me by the at he hand, tell tne whut a dellchtful time ho ba.i had, and Mould Irate If I didn't remind hlav." llotoa Transcripts sajs Absent-Minded- V: gi-t- I tr ilBls ICheepand big can IlaUngPovrtlers donot Calumet dore, It'a pure lend Ut superior to sour milk and aoda. The Cheviot le one of ttie Kns'llah Down trerUa arid la lual ur poae sliip that ts. It U urtivin for both mutton ami wool. It skM In both product Its wool trlna (Airly deaaA. uhlla as a mutton animal It The shrp nana Oinoiur the l Is a Cheviot Kether. I Shotguns and Rifles. When a lint gun or rifle ta cleaned, n cork of proper site ahould ho Inserted In tho end of too barrel, lly prevent lug tho eulraiH-- nf damp this lll preserve It ulut- - ui well ns Us useful-lioioi- . This nrnrtlro la not followed tr tho snmo extent ne.lt should lo even umong thso wrui take sK-clprldo In llroarm. It Is said that a bit of camphor Intertill In tho banvl llt als aid In prt't ruling the arcuaiulatluu o rust. she forces tlio free bar out. This tlpa the weighted lever, which In fulllne closes and locks thu stauchlou. m IU, and recorded in the Clerk a ollice or Garrard Count in Deed Book Iso ti. ut nage 4M. and the boui.dary of the whole tract is us lollows; Be ginning at the corner of the dower: with the dower line S 35 E 75 thence poles to a while oak, comer to dower. N 55 H 82.2-- " poles to a white oak, corner to the uld dower line, N '!") W 71 poles to 2 oung chestnut oaks, coiner to lloicomu r iwi w BZj Poles to tne beginring. containing 37 acres to be equally divided, line commencing on vi to tiw lloicomu a line running buck line or outside line of Ilolcoii.b '- - Fcrtillitr Pays Dig Dlvldanda. Complete rt'turm show an Increase of l.OUO pounds of hay per aero on tbo plot fcrtlllicd with acid phosphate ou tb Wacouiaii farm over tho unfertilized plot. Two hundred pounds were applied per acre at a cost of $1.00. Tho raw rock phosphate plot returned J.OIO pounds uioro hay per acre than the check plot. An application of 1,000 pounds per acre was applied at a cost of J 1.50 per acre. Tho add phosphate plot returned J3.15 for each dollar Invested, und the raw rock plot returned Jl-3'- J for each dollar Invested. Iiay U. Meti-ftr- . was rated at $12 Per ton.-- Q. County Adviser, Elkhart County, lad. 8toring Onions. Onions should be stored tn a coot, airy place. They are best put on tat ihelves net over tlx or CIsbt lncbaa D aot allow them to freaa, U tract, the half of same that joins the widow's dower is the half belonging to the grantors herein, there is however, in lie ueuueieu irom ine Aunan .Met culf tract six acres that have hereto fore been deeded und conveyed bv the deceased Adrian Metcalf to J, II day of Creech by deed dated I'j -- . and recorded in the Garraril , County Clerk's office in Deed Book page' Tract No. 1 am No. 2. will be sold together and tract No. 3' will be Bold separately. The purpose of the sale is to kettle the estate of Adrian Metcalf, deceased. TEHMS; The property will be sold upon a cre dit of six und twelve months and the purchaser or purchasers will be required to execute bond wltn approved security for the purchase money, due in six and twelve months respectively, and twar- wucnt InL' interest at the rate of tlx per cent per annum from date until paid, having U11 force and eitec. 01 a judgment, whl h execution may issue, payable to W. II. Brown. Master Commissioner Garrard Circuit Court and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until ailment or other. all the purchase money is paid. Kvery fled Cross Seal sold helps to W. II. BKOWN, M. C. G. C. C, better conditions like these. J. E. Itobinson. Att'y for Plff. up-o- n Holiday Mssienoerm Bring Happiness to Honiaa Burdened With Tuberculosis. Deserted by her hatband. aufferlnR from tiilK'rciilosU In a dimblr form and sup(Mjrtlng heri';f and young lioy by her needle, thp AutlTnt'orrnlosIs As- In u Western city found an unfortunate ronxunipthe. living In onn room with two little- - lied one for her- elf and one for her tmy, Everything KHir! was clean; but. oh. That was n inr ago. This morning ' took a train for the statu sanltorimn. nhero she will havo n chance to get well, while her s hoy Is cartel for by the Antl- with funds TubcrcnloMU Aaio-lntloderived from tlio Itod Can Heal Sale. Hero U tho stun of another family where hiipplnont and health wero brought through tho medium nf Ited Cross Seals: TubcrruloilM had iniule heavy upon the family, and tho hail entirely Htoppod for several montlis. It was Inevitable that they should nut Into debt for grocery bllM as well us tho rent. With auch worry, anxiety and ileprovsloii It Is not always cusy to tlud n Kllver llulug In tho cloud. The condition wan recognized, however, by tbo visiting nurse, to a hosand tho alck father pital, nnd proper caro was provided for tbo others. Itollef wat also obtained, and now both rent bills and grocery bills ore being gradually lessened each week. Each member of the family has had nursing rare for tome "Horns of Venus." it tv itiiido In soino ciinel foru litcrutiiif to tho "horns o; Wiiiin," from nhlvti It Is conclildet by sniio tliut In the clear ulr of JIcso putui.iiu tl.o croscoat fom of tin plumt iim ileli'clcd In early time: uUhout upllcul uld. Kliuo Venus. lU'ii ut ii Ktitllcli'iit lingular dlstutici' fiwu tho sun, Is hurilly more iliari hall u ndiiuto of uru In dlutnrter nt tho t siuti uu uhsonutioii seomx of tho cuoiitlon. mid l'rofesso: Cuuipbell thinks tho allusion to Uu. Inn us was merely n lucky guosa ol the part uf the uutlcut ustrououii-raISofori-miquit-ou. Early Saws and Knives. Tho saw nppeur to bo the curliest tool I hat has bwn trucod In lyptlut history. It wua found tirst tu th fonu uf u notchvd bronze knife In tin third dynasty, or ubout 0,000 your before the Christluli era, mid was fol lowed lu tho fourth und tlf tit Uyims saws, which lies by wero used, by carpenters; but then I I'd specimen uru no da until tho aov elitli century before tlio Christluu eru, when the Assyrians used Iron saws Tbo first knives on record were luudi nut of Hint, unit wero, lu fuel, tmv with minute teeth. lurger-toothi- deck ear of Moslem owrs Inst fall, paying SLID a hundred forthem. They wero not very gissl owes, many ol them being old. lie breil them to gixsl UauipHlilro ruuit uud they dropped lilni an average of nuo lamb to each ewe. On Aug. 1 no sold ou the Kansas City market IN) lambs at 11 cents a lnuiid, tho top price of the season. They had ruu on blurgrasi pasture and bad ben fed sim grain In "creupH." Our visitor told us of one nf Ills neighbor who produced and snhl the fine-i- t hiiubs seen nn the market this season. This man liought ewe of a some what better ijuullty. They sheared an avorago uf nltio pouiidi of wool to tho ewe, ami It sold at homo for '."J ccutH u iwiiind. They began Iniiihlug In Jlurch, uud on July 1 a hundred head uvoraglng seventy-twxurnli lu weight wero sold for $tu.r it huudred wero pronounced by Kansas c'lty and buyers to Ito the best lambs that bud i onn- - lu, fml siuo bran These lamtm Irul "1,J "uU in creeps, and fur the last mouth shelhsl The bunch of 12S Iwsul wero given a bushel of com morning uud night. Theru are .some In feeding grain to lambs. Out- - polut ! This uiuu made it cutting chute, and . IiLs llltlo girl cut out tlio lambs from ! the ewes at feeding time. It took about fifteen minutes to do this. Tho grain was fed lu troughs having lids and wa put befurv tbu lambs wero turned Into tho yard. The lids wero not raised until the lambs were all In. If Ibis Is not done Home of the lamb will get iuor than they should and be "off feed" for n few days. The care used In handling these lambs was Largely rcsoiilblo for the results Nothing difficult was done, It wa simply a matter of however. jiaylug attention tu little j XiaVt VaTaTaTaTaTaTaTB fffffaa IF ACCIHENTOk SICKNESS SHOULD SUDDUUY STRIKE MOV TAR IS THE DOCTOR ? ? ? With a telephone (n your home ii3 is ill the next room. This means promp t assistance, relief from pain, life saved. Arc you going to let another day go by without a telephone in your home? Why takes chances? The cost is trifling the service to Drop a card today to you-pricelcss.! BAST1NI TELEPHONE COMl'AUY' and have a representative call and tell you how little it costs to have a telephone in your house. Western Electric i Telephones ) cu ran tec you best servictl v