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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): December 21, 1916 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1916 cen1916122101_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 21, 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. TWENTT SEVENTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON. DECEMBER 2 DC f. 1916. NUMBS.lt 38. r COMMUNITY FOR NEXT OVER CHRISTMAS N1GWHAR0LS BE DISTRIBUTED A TREE, TO BE SUNG Just to wish you the SATURDAY PRESENTS TO HEADQUARTERS FOR Seasons G-veeiivi-gs 1500 TO CHILDREN. EVERYBODY TAKING HAND. and to extend the hope that;the coming year of prosperlty'may be yours measure. Thanking you for your pas! favors, we await your future commands with great pleasure. In bountiful CONN BROS. LJL IE LIVE AND LET ihVE FOLKS. YOU CANT HAVE A'MERRY XMAS jjjj? Without Good Eatables and Lots of Them. you couldn't If you had all the money there thin buy any HIGH Kit C.KADK GHOCEKIES tliono (hit we ire handing out these days. Hive ull the obtainable FRUITS FKKSH & dried. ii tJfi l. 1 m j? RAISINS. CURRENTS, CITRON. FIGS. DATES. trtx i mi ah nnnr miTn it in 7m .UKflNUt A flu Ltnun mm cDinrc nv ui inune vm HLLHill JI1LU3 UI lUllld 1VMV - mm P im, nL aitll, VHIYIiJ. COK-FKE- ChWQ iCurrey s Program of Pictures for the remainder of S The freshest OVSTKItS that there are. fact everything to that arc unbeatable-- In vat and everything juit as it ahould be for Christ-m- i. We are wilting to wait on you. 2 week at Romans Opera House To-Nigh- The Community Chriatmas Tree sug- grated several dayi sro has taken shape and one of tliu grandest and most gorgeous celebrations ever in Lancaster will be (lulled off next Satur day nlRht at 5,30 o'clock. Several hun- dred dollari has been liberally subscrib ed by the generous people, of the city and county and preparations am being consumated to Rive out over 1,600 presents to all the children in Garrard county, that are twelve years old and under that Re. A meeting of the promoters was held in the rooms of The City Club last Friday evening and an organization was soon launched, that put about twentv.live people at work to see that the. .nnaonity Tree was a A paper was circula decided success. ted through the town, asking for donations of money and in a few hours $200. was subscribed, practically everyone asked donating liberally, until about 100 names were on the paper, which goes to prove that it is a Community organization in fact. About ten chairmans of that many committees were appointed lo look after the detail parts of the program. Mr. V. A. Farnau was made the Executive chairman; John M. Farra, Vice chair-mu- n and J. J. Walker, Jr., secretary and treasurer. The chairmans of the dilferent departments were; Tree, J. A. lleuzley; Decorations, F. 8. Hughes; Lights, II, V. Ilnatiu; Soliciting Funds, J. I. Hamilton; Presents, It. T. Kmbrv; Notifying Children, F. M. Tinder; Feucing 1'ark, K. L. KikimTclling Santa Claui, W. A. Wheeler; Music. I'. II. Hopkins, Court House. David Ross. The tree has already Leen erected in the center of the public park, and was gratefully donated by Mr. Henry Cox. It took four mules to pull it to town. It will be beautifully illuminated and decorated, several hundred colored electric bulbs having been ordered by Mr. ilastin. Tiie decorations will be gorgeous and artistically arranged all through the entire park. I The tree will bo lighted Friday evening and will remain lighted during the entire week and throughout the cntiro Holiday season. Those in charge are especially anxious that every child in the county, be on hand next Saturday night at 5:30 o'clock when the presents will be distributed. "Old Santa" will be on hand and see to it that not a single child it overlooked. The music 'committee has had printed several parnplcts, of trie songs that will be 'sung on that 'eventful evening, by a 'choir that Is now practicing every night, under the supervision of Mrs. May Hughes Noland. A meeting of the workers and the chairmans of the different departments was held at the court house last night and the finishing touches were put on the program, which promises to go through without a single hitch. The committee on music reported that it had secured the services of the Danville brass baud, which will be on hand ear'y in the evening, several local peo ple having ottered their curs to trans-and 1ort the band over from Danville -hun-jdr1 Get the true Christmas spirit. Nice store room for rent. W. T. West. Every ingredient needed for Fruit cake can be found at Hall's. 2t. Many are sending the Iterord as a Christmas and New Year's gift. HOLIDAY The municipal Christmas tree will be a "thing of bcBUty and a joy forever." We ask all of Garrard Countv to share our Christmas tree and our. Chriatmas festivities Saturday night. QUALITY and SEKVICE FIKST. Try a sack of our High Grade Flour. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. LOST: In Lancaster Saturday Dec. 16th, a wrist watch. Liberal reward lt-pif returned to this office. Goods Call and see one of the most attractive lines 'pi f5I Marguerite Clork in "Mice and Men" at Itoman's Opera House next Tuesday night. It's a Paramount. Cremo Dairy Feed is recommended by expert Dairymen. It will make your cow give more milk. For sale by Hudson. Hughes & Farnau. ever shown in Lancaster. The Christmas spirit in in the air and it is doubtful if any town of its size in the state has made more elaborate prep aration for thu holidays than our own. ml Hundreds of sacks of candy, apples, be given away at oranges and nuts will the municipal tree, situated in tho park Saturday nighL All children 12 years old and under will receive these gilts. I HASELDEN BROS. Lancaster, Kentucky At this season of the year the one great thought that thrums in Xhe heart of every unselfish person is what can I give my friends to increase their happiness? It is only a crabbed, sordid soul at this crowning summit of the year who asks what am I going to receive. Children expect to receive and are happv in the thought, but rightly balanced adults find their chief pleasure in giving. r .The glaoVjoyous, festal time draws near and unnumbered hearts are beatThe :T ing in delightful anticipation. holly and evergreen hang in festoons, and the wonderful municipal tree has been placed in the park with its countless lights and decorations. Let hearts expand, sympathies enlarge and good will reign. Let the men, women and children of Ijmcnster get together as never before. The south has long followed the cus- :- -. toms of Herrie England in the matter of bringing in from wood and field the beautiful Christmas greens with whicn to give home and church festival air; but from the pine lands of Maine to the mistletoe haunts of California, from E!5 the creeping ground-pine- s of northern Wisconsin to the high parasite greens down in Hawaii, we all have learned how to keep Christmas, l'oor indeed is 11 the house that does not show Christmas (!) wreath in the widdow, hang holly over the picture of some beloved absent one. s .M iShi'iotmQC i wm m s FRUITS&CANDIES Tn rrcacuia CHRISTMAS c t. jii tt jraiiucu t s p naiiui f i iiiiua Ail-- 1 a oiaaawaie. Presents in Tableware and Aluminumware. CHRISTMAS 5Ki-r- v at DAVIDSON & TOMLINSON j ct.r-L-- . -- t.. Attention. 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. I l;l l, Thursday 21st Oliver Moroseo Presents Canstance Collierjin The distribution of the presents will begin promptly at 5;30 and it is ear nestly requested that all the children 'of the city and county, 12 years old1 and ' under, be on hand at that time. Should tho weather be very bad, the presents will be distributed in the court home. Ample provision has been made to take care of 1,500 children, as the funds now have reached about $300. CIRCUIT COURT SCHOOLER'S'SALE. The sale of land, live stock and implements of K. C. Schooler will take place at the farm near Paint Lick next Wednesday December 27th. An error last week made our type say Dec. 21st when it should have been the 27th. The sale will be a big one and those wishing to purchase anything in this line should read the advertisement In this issue. I I I I a I i I I I it "THE TOUGUES OF HEN" Adjourns With Deckels Practically Cleaud J. H. CLARK Victor 133-13- Bogaert 5 60. i i fir A spnrklinti Drnino of Love Versus Duty in Five Parts. Friday Night, Dec 22nd. MISS BILLIE BURKE, TheJStar Supreme; In 'Glorias Romance' "The Gamblers Last Love" Western Drama in Two Parts. Saturday, Night, Dec 23rd. Jl Extra Big Program. Don't Miss It. The three weeks term of the NovemI!) On the editorial page of this issue ber circuit court came to a close last Saturday, which left the dockets prac- appears tho olliciul announcement of J. tically cleared. Hut for the case II. Clark, for the otlice of Magistrate against the 1. & N railroad which took of the first district of Garrard county. up about ten days of the session, the The class or standing of a community docket could have been handled in is invariably judged by its officers, and After serving the there is no more Important ollico in the much less time. alotted time of six days tho grand-jur- y county than that of Magistrate. Mr, Clark is among those who is one adjourned returning in nil about of the most prominent and ellicient 21 indictments mctttly for misdemeanors. The jury in the case of George workers for the party in the county. Conn against tho L & N railroad who He lias never before asked for public sued for $2,000 damages caused by the ollico, although he und his lumily conHood of March 1913, it being charged nection ure all Democrats to thu coru that on account of the butineuts of the I und are dlways working for the best bridge, the water was turned from! interests of the purty. While it'wTll .. i. Its original course, tnrouRii tne prop be new and un untried office for him, erty cf Conn, the jury after several he promises if nominated and elected days consultation, finally returned a to give it his personal attention, always verdict In fuvor of Conn, allowing him looking to the bust interest ot the $1,000. The defendants prayed for an county's welfare. Horn and raised in Fred the county, thoroughly honest, his appeal, which was granted. Emerson, notorious ns a whiskey seller, friends believe he Is particularly qualiwas fined $100 and given 40 days in fied to fill the important office to w!lch jail and dilfranchiied for three years. he aspires. He asks your support and Hill Karris charged with bootlegging, will appreciate anything you may say Mr. Clark Is tbs present was fined $00. and given ten dayi in for him, jail for good messure. Another in' committeeman from the West Park dictmant hangs over Mr, Karris for nrecinct. a position he his held for a number of years. the'same olfense. Announces For Magistrate In This District. W. MAIN ST. Established 1883. LEXINGTON, KY. Our Holiday Goods ... ... are now opened and we shall be glad to have you see them. THE LINE IS COMPLETE in every department. McRoberts Drugstore The Central Record, Thursday, December! 2 CONVINCING TESTIMONY Giren By Many Lancaster People. 1 , 1916. PEANUTS FOR PROFIT. Rapid Incrssi. of This Product In No one originated. Experiences told by Lancaster peo- ple Those who have had weak kidneys Who used Doan's Kidney Tilla-W- ho found the remedy effective Such statements prove merit. You might doubt an utter stranger. You must believe Lancaster people. UP Goes - Up - UP the Danville Market on Record Average of Here's Lancaster proof. Verify it. He convinced. Itead. Investigate. You'll find why Lancaster folks bo- ieve in. Doan's. J. II. Dalton, fnrmer, Crab Orchard St.. Lancaster, says: "A year or two ago, I hsd trouble with my kidneys. My back ached and was sore and lame. My kidneys were irregular in action. 1 bought Doan's Kidney Tills at It. E. Mcltoberts' Drug Store and used them. The backache left me and my kidneys were soon put in good order. I have had no return of the trouble." Don't sim Trice 50c, at all dealers. remedy-g- et plv ask for a kidney Doan's Kidney Pills the same that Mr. Dalton had. Foster-MilburProps., Buffalo N. Y. n where the 'amit The family history of the ever present "goober" has popular and licen traced to tropical America, but' there It wai lout. Peanuts were Introduced Into the f'idtetl States shortly after the Mayflower landed, or at least In the early colonial day, but did not lxvoino (if commercial Importance un til a few years after the closo of t knows Dad. Li.t the Average Tobacco Pounds Bring war. During the last ten yearn tbo' ductlou and use r peanuts liavsM'a crra.cd rapidly. Thousands of brtf.l els are now shelled for use In the nisY ufacturo of confections and food prod ticts, Including peanut butter. The value of the peanut crop In the I'nlted now considerably Muter In value. As n money rrop and for feeding on the farm the pen nut Is especially dc rtrablc where conditions aro suitable. A growluc xcaxou lasting for at leant ninety days, and preferably from 1IO iieccs.ary. A long sea. to 13 day. sou without frmt, a comparatively -light rainfall during tbo growing rlod and a high tcmKniture are usees. nary. Hie soli should I ...of a sandy, loamy . ., i. . i .1 l.h color. Dark soils hnvo a tendency to discolor the shells and rvduco thn market value of Hip crop. However, when the rrup 1. being fed to stock rlt II Stale lu ll!l km J18.nnO,Ol)0 and Is 100,000 Co., PREACIIERSVILLE Mr. F. F. Cummins is confined to his room with a deep cold. F. F. Blankenship and son, Fount Jr, visited homefolks here. Mr Ebb Lee has been spending some time with Mr V. F, Ballard. J. M. Crcsi bought a pair of nice young horse mule from M. F. Lawrence Garrard County Responsible for some of the High Prices. W. M. Hendren, of Garrard, average $20.75 G. B. $18.00 average 17.10 average 17.50 for $325. Messrs Joe Lunsford and Woods sold their tobacco at Danville at 17 and 16) cts respectfully. Master Uice Arnold spent Sunday with Master Woods Finch at Drakes Creek Stock Farrji. There will be a Xmas tree for the benefit of the Baptist S. S. Saturday afternoon at one oclock. daughLittle Bettie Mae, ter of W. C. Blankenship, has been ill of pneumonia, but is better now. The Baptist brethren will send a nice box to the Baptist Orphans' Home on Friday in time for Christmas cheer. Fado Parks sayu he will start his grist mill Saturday morning. He did no grinding at all Saturday last; no grist on hand. George Severance and family have moved to near Crab Orchard. Ed Bell and wife have moved into the bouse vacated by Severance. Cfemo Dairy Feed is recommended It will make by expert Dairymen. For sale by your cow give more milk. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. His many friends here are glad to learn that Mr Frank Kigsby, of Sonoita Arizona, will arrive in time for Christmas. It is understood that he will most likely remain with his father, Mr J. H. Rigsby. Little Miss Mamie Jordan is up at Tineville to visit her Rev. and Mrs R. F. Jordan thru Xmas. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Jordan, plan to join her there for the festivities. Recently we had business at Little Hickman, arid Mr Jones L. Anderson, who was on his way to Lancaster, kindly offered us passage over in his speedy touring car, which we gladly accepted. Upon arriving in Lancaster he continued without stopping till we reached the Kentucky river thus givingus Bible measure of accommodation. That night we were very hospitably entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Duncan, this side of Camp Nelson. They are certainly fine folks and make a fellow feel at home. On our return next day Mr J. E. Sher-roof the Mt Olive section, with his family, gave'us auto passage to Lancaster, We have since learned Mrs. Sherrow is a relative of ours. The Drake's Creek neighborhood was thrown into intense excitement when it was learned that the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Chris. Weyler was lost late Sunday afternoon. A general search was instituted by the neighbors and continued until about dark when he was found safe and well at the home of the Crank family about of a mile distant. When Mrs Weyler missed her child, shortly after dinner, she concluded that the little one had followed his father to the tobacco barn Upon on the back side of the farm. Mr. Weyler's return about four o'clock the good lady was terrified when told the child had not been with Mr. Wey-leHe was also badly frightened to learn the babe had been so long absent with nothing known of its whereabouts. An uncovered cistern, the creek, and nearby dangerous places were immediately searched. After a considerable search the little one was found at the Crank home warm and snug and being amused by playthings by members of the family. grand-parentsea-son- 's d three-quarter- s r. Huffman, of Garrard, W.D. average $19.25 John White, or Garrard, R. L. Elkin, of - J.J. 6 Walker, Garrard average 19.36 Garrard, A. M. & Ed Bourne, Garrard, average 17.75 PEOPLES TOBACCO WAREHOUSE CO. Danville, Incorporated. Kentucky. I. M. ALLEN H EI ATT. Assistant Manager. Walnut Street Warehouse. DUNN, President. JOHN S. VAN WINKLE, Secretary. JESSE W. OVERSTREET. Ass't Mgr. Peoples Tobacco Warehouse. One Eye. Keep one eye on this space of the Central Record and you will not regret it. We have told you many times about our good stock of Lumber and Building Material of all kinds, but yet have not been able to command words to make you appreciate how com plete this is, and you will not become a booster for us until you try us and then you know. We have told you about our complete stock of FIELD SEEDS and many of you have these and expressed your satisfaction by sending your neighbors to purchase from us. tried We have told you of our stock of FURNITURE and BUILDERS HARDWARE and your words of praise have been walking advertisements for us on this line. out-spoken I the staining of the shells Is of little A well drained clay subImportance. soil Is Nut, but I lie crop may txt grown under a wide mnge of soil condition.. A reasonable amount of humui and a toll that N sweet are desirable. Limn should Ih used when needed to corTcU the acidity of soils In which peanuts aro to be crown. Peanuts Inula I grown In rotation wllh other crop, rather than as a clalty. The cropping system, the time for plowing and the preparation of the soil will dernd somewbat Upon the r tatlon, but peanuts do best when tbet follow some well cultivated croi which has been kept free) from werdt When baruyard niaiiuro Is available ll should W applied to soino other crop In Ihc rotation sjstcm nnd fertilizers liked with the peanuts. This Is W cause the e of manure has a teudrn ey to bring on weeds and to Interfern with the tout gronth tf the crop. A fertilizer adapted to the production of either Irli.li or sweet potatoes I. gen erally suited for the growing of pea nuts. The rate of application and thn analyst, will depend partly upon the fertility of the soil and the amount of fertilizer applied to ther cron In ibe rotation system. Prilling In the fort! llzer glrea better results than scatter' Ing It broadcast, as It Is Important that the fertilizer m thoroughly mixed with the soil. As a farm rrop the peanut la tains, ble In that It Is n legume, wltb the amo (lower of gathering nitrogen n clover, alfalfa nnd other similar crops. Imiitjo In mind However, It should that In order to leiirflt tho soil the main imrtlon of tbo roots should. l left In tho soil and the tops fed to the stoek on the farm. If tho tinea are carefully h.iudled during tho Vurlng proroHi ami then put In the barns, or nt least out of the rain, the straw will hare a feeding aluo about equal tn clover hay. Tor market purposes where tho pea nuts are to ! roootiil and hold, the large varlctlc. Including Virginia liuncli and Virginia llunncr,- aro In great demand. The smaller varieties. Including the Spanish, North Caroline and Teimcioicp lied, are grown and helled lforc selling. Tho Spanish-to bo preferred w hen an grown excliiIvelj for feeding pursues. The Spanish variety ran nisi lie grown under n much broader range of conditions than the larger varieties nnd require n shorter season. While tho average jleld U only about thirty, tlvo biithels acre, with the pro-- r method, n jleld of sixty bushels per acre and from onn ton or more cf for. nge may bo secured, figuring tbo vab no of n ton of vines at from $S lo $11) nnd slily bushels of peanuts worth $10 to fiV the Income er acre should be around (W to $70 mid tho net Income from f.'!0 to $.Vl.Melvlii Ityder. lt - 1 t We have told you of our FLOUR and the housewives have said many good things about our judgment on GOOD FLOUR. We have talked with you about our stock of mixed and compounded STOCK FOODS andmanyifarmers have now larger bank accounts since they have listened to us. We said we were going to have some useful articles suitable for XMAS GIFTS and these are finding good sale with pleased customers. Listen: If you want to get better acquainted with us, clip this advertisement from your paper and bring it to us within ten days and we will give you FREE, a useful House-hol- d article. Do this now. Us a Tongus Truck. Missouri wilwrlber asks for a sketch of it four horse cvener to lie. used on a binder that onn horso wains on one aiuo or tuo tongue ana A BOOKKEEPING BuilneM.Phonogrtphy TYPEWRITING and TFI.EGRAPHY WILIOITR.SN U UoklDl mi BUSINESS lmll. " "' CpLlESI Hervey & Woods Kentucky. Paint Lick, tho other Unto on the other, Tbo cvener must bo constructed so thtre will bo no tddo draft. Unless a touguo truck Is used It U Impossible to eliminate tilt sdo draft. A tonguo truck will .carry tho sldo draf and ulso clinilnato neck weight. The sketch shows ono method of coastmct Ing a four homo cvener that enables tbo horses to work ou a binder In the manner spccltlcil Such an cvener Is obviously rut her complex and In hardly to bo uttcniptcd lu a homcniado way. Farm X'rogrcss. For Bsttsr Farming. stats agricultural col legea and experiment stations are da voted to tho development or agriculture. Their endowment, plant, and equipment amount to $100,000,000. Ttiey have en Income of more than 30,000,000, with 6,600 teachers end rwldeut student body of over 75,0004 Blity-scrc- V"' The'Central Record, Thursday, December 21, 9 6. 1 1 BHEEP RAISING. e sr In lilt annual report, Jut prepared. Dm of nurlctll-lurrecommends Hint sheep be a MP tnlvtl in ire extensively nit n ! nml nnum nf weal mid nUo hi a Menu nf using much uX the waste Inml on farms. Hp rt wtM out Hint In I Ik- - United a Hlilm only ono lit semi furiim sr if wrrr twenty Brro now sheep, villi nil average nf it him. nhccp of shearing ngc l ltow acre of liinil, Tin' ltd". ( !,( HI jiniiiiiU of MKil now annually, ho says, could ! secured from MI.0nn.Hiu abrrp, nml this iiumU-- could Ih added to our stuck If a fonrlli of Clii rrmabilng farms sustained one ahcep for cnrh tlirrt acres. The report also discusses I ho development wlilpli linn taken iilacn In the dairy lnilulry nml call attention o llu fnrt that Mieesn making, which heretofore lias lieen llmltril to rrrtaln ran Ih extended success-fulltn the inomitalii regions of the. aoutli, to tlio valleya of Hie Itorky ciouiitnlua anil to ninny sections of tbo Pacific rout y TO FINE I Farm and Garden PEACH Tho BUDS WINTER KILLED.) Mora Apt to 0 on Young Tree Injurtd. IfTcpircd !, Caul Tha)r, Ohio atatlnti J 'I m' f.iot that Hie jHficli N imt 11 fuctly linnly In tliU rllmatc mnko tli" H'lflloii at wl'itrr klllliiK n Iroroimln; one In tin ihIihI nf the orclmnlli; Hanllncw of lnul, nx we term It, N iiki wtcrnl factors. Tins ottt" rrculvlni; grcntrat finnldcratloii U It la lliat wblcli ilirftTPiio. conslJor In the fi'Ioctlon of vnrlotlci for the orclmnl. Thp miopjitlllllty o( a variety to winter Mlllns of the IhiiN rarlea nomewhat, honrcTer, nccoriliiu to the atie of the tree. As n pener.il rule It will Ik' fntuul that the ImiN mi youne trees are more apt to lie Injiirnl thnn those on more mature trees. In Ohio winter hanllness does Imt njeiin no much resistance to low temperatures a It does rrsWance to the OF s, TOBACCO ' THE Action NITRATE QUESTION. by Government to Lower tha Cost of Thli Fertllleer. The present shortage, of farm latxir .tttrlliutcd liy many to Hid lilcli wage attraction of the munition factories -emphailrca the fart that lalwr cost on American fa nun are on tint upgrade, l!eirt have lx-c- luaile of hundreds of acres of augur beets lielng plowed tip liecstisp workers could not Is? se cured to harvest tliein. ami almllar have prpvalliil lth respect to fruit nnd grain crop. It It Isvoiulng evident t hut to make a tiruflt bigger yield Hunt N nbtnliicd fniia every acre, ao that the aanie amount of work given to the rare of the- crops na at present will tiring In n Micer production to overcome- (hp expenditure for labor. When realize that the wheat mornirp of bush-l- a Iutom-- , fur rianiple. It thirty-twacre, while mini 1 l.nt tlftecii bushels, It ran Is" seen that we ran male, this Increase. According to Or. I. It. Ilackeland. . iiip oi me. loremosi scieuim in Hie "iintry. past prraldeut of several of tlk leading actenttllc societies und a toeulwr of Imtli the naval ronaultltiK 4anl and (he nitrate plant ronimlltee if llm American Arudetny of Science. (hroiiuli Ibta caa lie accoinpllaheil Wieap fertUlcer. At inteiit, ho Inilnteil riut In a talk hefore the omiinUlw on Krtmltoroof tbe Unltril Ktattn Muate, tlir American farmer ranuot iin fer-ti- l lie r (o the eitont la which It la umi! lu Oroaoy, llelclum ami ether rnun acre. Im. 4rle of lit crop ylelda u the illtTfrrucp la the roat U audi that IW eitra gain In rropt la liy the coat of the additional fertlHier. Whpn the air nitrate plant aiitkirtied by congrcM at Ita laat aet. nVn at tbe rpipieat of the National Orange and the Parmera union U TIIatiMl It will produce a large ipian tlty of high grade nltmgpiiou fertllter t a cott mtlmated tn N M vr firiow (bat of prraent fertlllrera, put ttkte American farnirra on tbe aanie Junta aa thoup of other roiinlrlea. TliN lilant, acronllng to the prorltlona of the art, It to tie owned and aierated eirltulvely liy the gorernment, o thai then will lie no danger f a prlrate jnorxiiioly. It la Intended that In ra tut naml 111 altl tiP wnr llirt liltratna '"munltVm. In which nitric nrld la n prinifl ntaentlal ami for which the. coun-itr- y It now deendent iiiii the nltratet 5f Chile. lUr 'llackelatid'a Matement dlscila. Ing roiidltloiia lu Hclglum nnd Her many lacluded Iho followlug; 'Thp yleUl per acre- - for many crtipt It nl- It III n certain iioKt roHirtlinati ntnoiint of nitrogen fertilizer tonxumerl; la. fact. IIiiko limits do not reiicheil. from tbe anem to lialo , fact that fertlllrer ni.ta money, nml naturally there nrrhct a point where not pay the farmer to nv It iloi molt. im na yon iheniK'ii tin cott 7011 glvu the fanner n cliniice to ca;jllrc iiui hU InlMir by lnerenlus bin yiehlt er acre. If thlt It lmirtant lu nmiitrlea Ilko llelgiim mid lierm.in.v. wherp farm lhor It Ineouiparalily rheaiHf Hum It It In Iho l'tille.1 Stntet. ! It It nlmo"t self ci blent Hint It romea much inore niMirliint In n country where bihiir It kcarce nnd enicii-tlie.- and Hemp Land. will sell to the highest bidder on r Wednesday, Dec. 27th, '16 TOUNO rElCH TlUCISr. r one tract of land lying on the waters of Paint Lick Creek, 8 miles from Lancaster, on the Hyattsville ana Kirksville pike and joining the lands of E. P. Jones and Wrn. Casey and' others containing 00 acres. This farm is all in grass except 2 acres; 23 acres in Blue Grass, 20 acres in clover, 35 acres in rye, clover and timothy and lO acres in timothy and blue grass; all under good fence, one six acre tobacco barn. This land isin a high state of cultivation will grow fine hemp and tobacco and is well watered from everlasting springs. Also at same time and p)ace wiM sell pair mare mules, 5 years old, 144 hands high; goodi yearling horse; weanling colt; I extra years old, in good Jack colt, seven months old;; good Jennet,. foal; dry cow, weight about 1.00 pounds;, i yearling Jersey heifer and one yearling steer weight about 600) pounds each; two good heifer calves about six months old; 10- heact shoats weigh about 100 pounds; good brood sow will "farrow about March 15, 1917; and one nice Poland China gilt, subject to register. 1 t effects of the "January thaw," which starts the buds Into life only ta leare them at the mercy of the next moderately cold snap. That tbo varieties liehare differently under various conditions we bavo reason to feel confident. The Fitzgerald Is a case In point Tills peach originated In Canada and bears a reputation there for eitreuie hardiness. Here while hardy- It Is not conspicuously so. The difference Is 1 that tbe Canadian winter Is one of steady cold, varied by warmer weather, but without the high temperatures produced by tbe winter sun lu Ohio. Here It Is not unusual for ns to week tn late January or early bare February In which the temiierature for several consecutive days reaches- BO or 00 degrees F. during midday. Thus It would seem that tbo- relative hardiness of varieties for a whiter - 1 continuously cold might different from .that for a variable win- ter. Storing Swt.t Potatoaa first placed In the- - atorage home sweet itutoes should, be cured by being kept by the use of, oi fire in a temperature of from 80 to0O degrees be F. This curlux temperature-shoulmaintained for from ten days to two weeks audi should then, bo gradually reduced to about. M. degree and kept After at as near this point. this the ventilators should, be left open during tbo day In clear, warm weather and kept, closed during, tile nights and In damp. or rainy weather. When tbe temperature. In the. house goes below 50 degrees V the buut-- should be open, ed If the outside temperature Is higher or a Urn should, ho started to rulse the temper.'ituro to. the desired Kilnt since once the potatoes have tiecome thoroughly chilled thelc quality Is Impaired and thoy are more susceptible to decay In order to maintain the proper temperatures farmers should install accuWbeu 1 1 1 - 1 .a About 75 or 100 barrels Corn In crlb;;l good twollorse wagon; 1 Brown Riding Cultivator, good as new; Vulcan Turning Plow; 1 double shovel; 1 cutting harrow; 1 good sled with, tongue; wagon and plow gear. Also about 40 shocks oi fodder and some sorghum feed; also about 6,000 tobacco sticks. Anyone desiring to look over the farm will be shown by man on place- at anytime, prior to sale. TERMS All sums of $10. and under, cash in hand, over that good negotiable notes due and payable January 1st, 1918. Land will be sold one4hlrd cash; In. hand, January 1 1&17, when possession will be Sale will take given; remainder In one and two, vears with, six per cent notes to contain maturity clause. promptly at 10 o'clock Wednesday, December 27, 1916. piaoe on farm 1 - rate thermometers In their storage-bouse- R. C. CAPT. AM BOURNE. Auct, Not to De Hidden. Thlno Three tliliiK" timnot ! hplden love, jeu. een a n ohikIi, nml KUioKe fourth, mid Ihnt Is Iho alKlis nf iihiiu- iluut life 011 n llu'ly fiinu. Milk for Cracked Dlahet. l .si dUlun are holled In r eiiouuh awet milk to rovi-- them for croclta i..ii feiivllvo lrlnulex. theluvUlhle, Kill" t' f'ISier nml lieenitle as niiiio 11ml til. .IWiea ttW IIIUlll UMlk'U us v.liou now. a H.ll Poodar For Hoot. ! It It claimed Hint Iho "elf fed uUacuoUKli to ImUiiiico lit own riiuoii. Vlu'nelf fiitlcrllludtruliil hero It lmr,, 1111111 fro1" l,l'll,4'u''' 11 LANCASTER, CHOOL ri KENTUCKY, as Destroying Grasshoppers. of hnpperdoren. as uijuy By tbo 21H bushels of grasshoppers uavs-beecollected nit IU) ucres of alfalfa ue un itittr- rttuiwu. - i (i. S hit, mi uuthorlty on sheep fmllng mill who buys unit feeds sev. oral thousand hiinhs eui-t- i year, gives Stearns. The Ultimate Gar. America's First Knight Motor Car. Four Cylinder Bargains nl the XiVlAS the fnllonlug nilvlet us a result of his long eiiierleuce: Modern Girl No Hypocrite. To le a successful feeder leuulrcs Tom "When you proposed to her I mure uso of liralm tlmu any other Hue siipposo Mie. wild. This Is no sudden I' H of ugrk'iilture. Dick "So, she wns lioneot mid said. Tbo sueeessfiil unM ho on the This mifcpcnso has been terrible,' " watch for things to lupin-- tn the fis-le- Care In Isdng punctual with breakg if Candy Kitchen. Pure,Fresh,DelicIous Home Made Candy, Our Specialty. Hit; atuck of Apples, Uananaa, Orancea. Cakea, Crackers, Dread, Pencil:. TableU, Etc Your patronage is cordially solicited. 1'hone 212. I l. woo.lt. welt pulnlitl outside und ,ron Ilurd wiod kWn w"1 iK.ika at each pud permit luovlnB U $1450. Eight Cylinder fast for lambs will do wonders. Mutt c'rove Value. Xo one ever made sheep fat by stln'-InHooka, I1U proverhs, recelvo their them. t thief mi I uo the Mump und esteem Uimbs really do in dry lots of ices throiiiili vtlilih they huve when the feeding too lute to um passed. -- Sir Vlllltiin Temple. green blades of corn und grass. They bavo a disposition to wander and will not stay with the feed unless more or k-s- vnn f.. l irenulnely 111 ut raan clever woman. It Eenemuy her rlcvernesa la artificial. Some rrlocky Mountain Locuata Qutotcant imwever. am even cieverei ..nm..ii ' There lias not been a aerloua geoaral tluiti tills, for they can couceul their .....u...l- - .,r tint itorkr inountala locaat urtltUhillty bo well tnt you uciuuiij lnoo 1H80, and tula particular IuurIi with them over aomeono else 01 iihppier haa ceaaeil to u who U Just uk urtllKlul us tnt'y ure. from P'aeo to place. It will forty or Ufty growu hoga or from aUty to eighty growing 1'liH- - ally u'iin u Tha Clewcr Woman. 1 with $2150. If interfiled, write or phone Ed. C. Benckendorf WILMOKE, KY. (raUPPortance. w CoyS. Sanders Candy Vlea With Tobacco. comeh Hie report of u lliisnu-cliusotl- s womun who Is ulnety-nln- e years old und 1ms eaten euudy nil her life. This Kevins u I'eiiuhio novelty. We liuve often woudered why some other trade did not eel In n few clalini with theso ceuteiitirluiis, luMeud of letting tha tobacco people tuke ull tbe honors. 1'rovldeuee Jouruul. ,ow less closely confined. Knoiigh troughs should be provided for grain fmllng so that all can get ull tbo grain they desire. Tbe water should always be fresh tnd clean. Have plenty of It lu enough troughs so that sheep can easily drink. ricnty of corn la always needed. Cottonseed meal Is very useful, especially when sllago Is used. A lound of silage per bead day is about enough. ir The Central Record, Thursday, December 21, 1916. C00,JII CARDS. D. $5,000 Insurance Money I Prince Albert gives Mllllllllllt Or. Wm. at Lancaster. Ofllco Pryor, By M. QUAD y th Copyright. 1914, Ncwst-aiie- smokers "such delight, because A UNIQUE ROBBERY Vj WILLIAM Syndicate McClur CtlANDUn Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. P.alney a Livery Stable. - Kentucky .B. W. Morrow, Uniduntc Optlclnt UUmm Killed. Saii.'scilon (lo.rtnterd. J.E. EDWARDS, Phone 391-M M.D BUCKEYE, KY. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Kentucky. HI. Paint Lick, John Casey, D. V. H. Cincinnati Veterinary Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate College. KENTUCKY, DANVILLE. dune up to the nearest railroad the tavern one day at noon. The landlord of the hostlery was asleep In hi chair In the olllce. A loud call from the driver of the stage aroused him. and he came to his door Just as a llltle woman was descending from the stage. H)lnt Wlicn Henry Davis was toM by llie doctor that he wan on his dylii lied he called his wife, Eunice, lo him am1 said; "Eunice, we have no landed property, but I havo not $.",Olii) Insurance on my life which will lie paid to joti nltlilu yoa ftiw weeks. It Is quite a mm to handle. You have no business head You never even Imught ' on you. wash dlnh of a tin peddler without being cheated. I have had to attend la all the Belllnc and bu) lug because-- you were like n child. You will In- - ndtlscd to do this and that, and you will nut know whoso advice to take. I feel much troubled about It. "I shall get alone all right, ami jou needn't worry, replied the wire. Henry Davis died a day after his talk with his wlfe and there were score of people In the village In which he liarl lived for twenty years who predicted his wife Just what he had feared-th- at did not know how to iinmiic mien a money. sum of Threfc months had gone past, and she had made no Investment yet that anv one had heard of, when she mid ilenly left her home, explaining that she was coluc on h visit lo mutant rei atlves. It was known that she drew her $5,000 out of the bank anil took It along. The village of Lincoln tile had been slowly dying for the last live years and had mnr reached the point where everybody said that something must be done. Things were In this state of affairs at l.lncolnvllle when the stage from f? its flavor is so different nnd so delightfully good; it can't bite your tongue; it can't parch your throat; you can smoke it as long and as hard as you like without any comeback but real tobacco happiness! On the reverse side of every Princ Albert package you will read : "PROCESS PATtNTtO JULY 30tm, 1007" That means to you a lot of tobacco enjoyment. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality I the national joy smoke OU'LL find ymattmr hm? tnmchthry trangr of a hoirdy-d- Albert o III J ftrvu at th 6rt ptt yom Albrt t rtihtthr in goodness and bag ua for a in liar rM in pipe satisfaction fin for a dim;thn thr' th txMind and half pound tin pounrf htimnjorn and th is all we or its enthusitryatahglaaa numMor wun fp astic friends ever claimed rur lep tfl If Mrro in veil banj-trim for it! autr hanmr It answers every smoke desire you or any other man ever had! It is so cool and fragrant and appealing to your smokeappetite that you will get chummy with it in a mighty short time ! hand-o- fiKA to at in th of fit woorfi ywi drop into. For, Print tap mm an i TOBACCO IS PREPARE) FOR SMOKERS UN51RTH: PROCESS DISCOVERED IX MAKING EXPERIMENTS TO PRODUCE THE HOST DELIGHTFUL AND WHOLESOME TOBACCO FOR CI4- - i7TrlluiVfiinirrK JUIY30TW0J i'rom lime l time .nine young nuiij appears In the criminal wnrld from the pranks ho plajs, his dan ay he slips throu,. and the eel-lll.the finger of the polite excites of ntclt as are prune j read dime novels. Such a one many )ears ugft loouir up In Italy In I he ierson of ilhisepiw VamKi. In Vnliipn's day most of the Iiiivm as done In the illltceneo or the x- -t rhale. One day n dltlgeme left Although there for Florence. compartments beside the vtrre coupe, but one ctitiiwrtiiirnt which would hold six ersnns was wed. It contained four carablnlerl, or national polli-emrIn disguise. Two of thnu wore women's, the oilier two men's clothing. , Vampa had a"cnriil mi the mule llotngna and nurture, turnbetween ing up suddcul) II 1 nt one xiliit. thru at another, levying trjbule, IMi-IIIkkMUc, of a prcUtte here and liurl'ig U Into the lap of a kht wom an there; nettlrg the polite lieslde theniM-lvc- s to place him, A pfa4iit told it ramblneer that Vuniia had met ti'm en the rimd iti'd nLii h'm li.it hour the dally diligence rearlHM 11 pulnt. This was taleci t.i iiinn that the bandit Intended tu rol IL The licit lime It pasted uer Huere made t tap rl ad nrraiis-mfii- ts Hire him. w,' to Uu hi- -t mrh iu- . nt a ertalu ' rUrTmtOTnTTOKOCOilfWY WmTcSMtK.KC.USX fcQTBITF. THE TONCU! JJOIS hnnaasl. n JtMins wmtui winrliii rice it, hit. In ber ciirs-i- i Im It--1 Inki it uUnnl. Mihc lie In prte.iee was imt liVdrultte In an at tu in lure it Itandlt. Imt rcpie.' tinipt trflieil She apivartil In If ter niit li were ulnt, wbrr i J. A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Ofllce Over National Dunk. Residence Phone 3. Office Phone 27 LANCASTER, KY. Three Brown Man ley CULTIVATORS to close out at cost. 6. C. COX, Manse,Ky Phone 229. Office Hour. jtn.. Wheelei M. K. Denny and W.A. Offlce: Doctors Of Dental Surf err. Stormei BalldlDgorer Hurt & Andti oo't urniture rltore. KENTUCKY," LANCASTER. Fruitand ShadeTrees Shrubs. GraDe Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies Everything for Orchard. Lawn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts TREES H.F.IIillcnmeyer & Sons Lexington. 1841. JOHN WHITE & CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. Kentucky. 191C Liberal .iiortm.nl fid lull villi, paid MRS Hldoi and Coat Cklns dm f Law. ,1 J:ffsrcen School s. Trim.. Alb.fl tUr for three or four weeks?" she asked. "I guess I can," he replied. aj ftif. wk.l it la ,IU PflM.Alk.rl "I want two rooms," she went on. t. ,MrLktac. "and both of them large ones. l there R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO.. Winston-SoleN. C any place in this town where I can buy a desk and it table?" He showed her two connected rooms and she accepted them at once and told him what changes she wanted In the future. Then sho asked lilm to HEIIE IS A GOOD PLACE TO ST01' FOK LITTLE MONEY . have the editor of the weekly paper call upon ber on a business matter and LOUISVILLE HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, KY., Main St., between 6th and 7th. she gave him her name as Mrs. Davis. Next morning after her arrival little The Only Hotel in Louisville 0eratcd on the American .nil European I'lans. Mrs. Davis, who bad never bought or AMERICAN PLAN. Kooms without Hath but with Hot and Cold tunning Water. sold a dollar's worth of anything In ingle. $2.00 per dv:H2 people. $2.00 each. 75 Itooms (With Meals) her life, was busy turning out copy single. '2M per day; 2 people, S.'J.'i each. 50 Itooms at for the editor and trying ber hand single, 3.00 per day; 2 eoplr, 2.50 each. 50 Front Itooms circulars and advertisements. When Itooms with Private Hath: LIncolnvlIle Tribune came out on tho CO Rooms single, 3.00wrdiy; 2 people, 2.75 each. Its regular day of Issue there was ingle, 11.50 per diy; 2 people. 3.00 each. W Room something like excitement when It contained a whole page of advertise- EUROPEAN PLAN. Itooms without Bath hut with Hot and Cold Running Water. 75 Rooms single, $1.00 per day; 2 people, $0.75 each. (Without Meals) ments of what was In store for the town. Mrs. Davis wanted real estate. single, 1.00 per day; 2 people, 1.00 each. W Rooms' She wanted vacant property by the single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each. 50 Front Rooms lot or by the acre. Rooms with Private Ilith: There were a large number of land50 Kooms single, 1.50 per day; 2 people, 1.25 r.ch. owners who were cheerfully willing to 50 Rooms single, 2.00'per d.y; 2 people, 1.50 each. sell. They offered her lots and tracts, and they came in such numbers that; THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Corner Sixth and Main Sts., European Flan Only. some of them had to wait outside the Rooms Without Hath. $1.00 and up; Rooms With Private Path, $1.50 and up. door. To the surprise of the would REST EATING PLACE IN TOWN. be sellers, Mrs. Davis seemed to know walk to the The Louisville Hotel and the Old Inn are locited in the wholesale district and only a a good deal nhout what real estate was worth In LIncolnvlIle. She beat retail district and theatres. and their figures down about Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Proprietors. as soon as the deeds could lie made out the seller had his cash. Then an- -' other announcement appeared In the paper. It was a query of why three railroads should not make a junction at LIncolnvlIle. It was a logical point "OFFICERS: DIRECTORS: DIRECTORS: for a railroad Junction and for shopi tliilt would bring 3,000 C. 0. GRAVES. Pres. C. 0. Graves. J. Emhry Allen; J. M. Wiglesworth, F. M. McKce. workmen to the town. There was n second query Why JOHN L. DAVIS. M(4r. P Beattv. J. U. Fields, Thus. P. Prathcr. A. II. Hamilton shouldn't the government be asked to deepen the river until steamboats could W. H. Piper. C. W. BEAN, Montgomery, Albert Ruh. Andrew Bowman. Geo. eomo up ironi the bay, twenty miles E. B. Ray. of Garrard, Weigher. J. J. Richardson. Graham Taylor. away? The government would do it If the right lutlueiice was brought about In the next big advertisement of the Tribune wns notice of an auction sale on n certain date. Mrs. Davis would resell all her lots to the highest bidders. Tho next batch of circulars ncut out contained the next announcement and the further query; Will you take .H worth of stock In a street railway from Llncoluvlllo to ISuWilo? The distance U twenty miles to a thickly populated region, and It Is figured that the dividends on this stock will not lie less than 20 per cent, (let In while j on can! During the week preceding tho auction more than 1,000 strangers appeared In LIncolnvlIle. More than 100 hid personal interviews, with tho Widow Davis. When miction day arrived thero were 2,000 men ready to bid. Tho widow was her own auctiouccr, and In the spaco of two hours she hud sold land Located on Virginia Avenue and Q. C. RY., Bridge, Between South Broadway that bad cost her $1,500 for tho sum to-,- "Can you give me accommodations Will you invest 5c or 10c to prove out our on the national joy .smoke? say-s- o TV. I tk rMM iJ ! lh rr.." ... W three-block'- s one-hal- mil-roa- Sec-Trea- s. ed of the cold wind romlni: In at the windows. Every man ha.tened t shut them. To .how her appreciation of their consideration tho girl around a hot of rU'arettes. Every man took one, and the compartment as soon fllletl with tobacco smoke. l'resently one of the men sank back In Ids seat, apparently in alumher. Then another succumbed and another till .11 but one, dressed as woman remained anake. Tills person was sitting beside the girl, and suddenly ha felt her arm around Ids neck in a Tlse-IlL- e irrlp and a bunch of flowers held iiinler his nose, from which he wa forced lo Inhale somo ecullar odor. He stmiTKled to freo himself and, be-iHa Huerful man, succeeded, but only to feel the cold muiKle of a pUtol acalnt his cheek. ' (.Vase your strueKles," said tho riVI. whose tnlco. now undl.culsed. was evl dently that of n man, "or I will settle )ou with a bullet In 3 our brain." "Who are roil?" asked the victim. iillli.mt her Presently the tlltemr'i uih that fuitnethlux mi lop of the dill nas allrartlni; the ntteullon or Iktsoih lieslde the ristd, and, bavin-pulled up, one uf the men cut out tt "list It tas. He uttv the trtrl "li-had aiaed for a ride on Hie tup of 111" eoach, fhe had rllmlml tip iiiimvii by them "lien they had tartel fnxn the relay. The leader f the Milcemen euncliideil to tnke her limlde. IVsplte the fart that flic was gUi to her sick mother, file was very cheery Ilefurt- - lone she had her fel low pasvneers taiiKlilnir at her Mllle of nit and humor, and they were fj,' quite Infatuated with her The dill crnce made a lung descent lefore . till- reschlnc art of the road tratt-lcafter dark. The ulsht visa chilly, acd the slrl complain ; i 1'lop-tircf ! niulu in rtticli her mother. wh . tery III Those III II- dlllKi'iite still refuel hT and rtere driven m.ti I- illmii'liit!il. sajlin: that h ucd The Farmers Home To bacco Warehouse. Lexington, Kentucky. 5 and South Limestone. j I j I ! I ICO lire Here obtained ' haul." In this he ttas rliiht. Tho name, liacketl by the pistol, wa Insure an easy victory, but Vauipa'H plan was to rob the conch, to do no unaided he must put thl. and lenuw to sltt-- with the rest, lloldlne the pbtol tu his head with one hand, Vampa held the (lowers under Ills now with the oilier till h: was unconscious. 1 l.ivini; thus rendered tho whole four tillable lo resist, he Ik'kuii to en throiiKh their pockets. ltallii): the skirt of the he had put tu sleep with Ids bouipiet, he felt the Iniilertiil of a mail's trousers. "Oho!" he exclaimed. Ilulillnir a match. "We bate 11 parly of eanilil-nlerl. I am pleaed tn meet ymi. my fine fellows, but I shall mnl.u no ureal, MUlte enoUKh lo "(tlusepiw Vama!" if r2Cl'..L HIGHEST PRICES PAID Ratnl'Uttg Alai)! Sbipmtt Rcird Tw n Dai No Corniritilon to Pay Writ f Pric U.t tod Ship pot ' M. S:'ud & Sons buUuM IIS lu.frM.UJ LOUISVILLE, KV, of $10,000. Ilnd Mrs. Davis plnnued a fulschoom for LIncolnvlIle, unit was tho town to bo left deader than before? That was suspected by u good many people, but It did not turn out bo. Thero had been great need of something to lift tho town out of its slough. 8 lie tilled the need. A boom set in to last, uud, though It did not sccuro all tho railroads and factories mentioned, It added 5,000 to Its population In tho next two years and is today ono of the smartest cities in tho Btate. It has not yet raised a monument to tho little widow, but the idea baa more than once entered tho minds of the older citizens, most of whom were sound asleep the day sho descended from the Uge and gave the landlord such s Jolt. The House To Sell With. Because this House is Owned and Controlled Principally by Farmers, and the only house in Lexington run on the Plan, that is after' deducting the running expenses and paying Six Per Cent, to our Stockholders,the Prof-It- s are Divided Between our Customers. Ask some of your Neighbors who sold with us last season. Bring 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. Party. When he hud duim nil he cared lo do ho put his head out tho window und called ilmu the hisIIIIoii to t,top, that ho tulKht "Ihilit. Tho man. Ignorant of what had tiiken place, obeyed. "(Joodby," he said lo the postilion. "Give my compliments to the miodpeo-plof Florence and tell them that I shall pay them it vIslKsonii." Tho postilion, woiiderlui;, cracked bis whip over his horses' heads and drove otf. Ho had ticcn told to tlrlvo to po lice headquarter on reaching Florence, and bo did no. No 0110 lusldo the diligence seemed Inclined to leave it, so lie was about to open tho door when tho chief of Killce, seeing tho arrival t the expedition of which he was well iwarc. emerged from his office and opened tho door himself, llo found four men drugged and In the lap of one their collected fund in a paper on which was written: Olrt It to th. poor. QIUSBTPK VAMPA. Not mure titan from the whole The'Central Record, Thursday, December 21, 1916. STANFORD 4 XMAS SUGGESTIONS. $ h & in THE NATIONAL BANK OP Capital $50,000. A. II Surplus $30,000. Vice JENNY. President J. II. K. STOKMKS, IWt. S. C. UKNNY. Casliler. r; I.. Glt.L, 1. jMOltr, Ass't Cashier. J. in Safety Samual Deposit WE Boxes YOUU For Rent. SOLICIT BUSINESS. J. E. I). Cochran, Alrx It. Denny. J. H. Posey, Denny. J. I Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. Stormes. S. a c DC 1c 100 In Vital Force and Productive Energy. That' what jou ought lo have. If ou're below that, you're giving the other fellow the best of it. In the stress and atraln of modern life you have to be keyed up to the bct that' in you, If you expect to go the route aiid finding "inside the money". You ought to keep tab on yourself, and when you discover the aliKhtett signs of letting down, jou ought to come to naturc'a relf by taking a Rood tonic to brace up the vital forces and rebuild waited tissues. Per Cent. Efficiency Mr. James Walter, who has been ill Backache come on for several weeks is t hot to be the same, Mlis Catherine Davis Itaney is as sisting In C. II. Karris store during the "X fonnd ImrasllaU rslltf In ef roltjr Xlonar rills, hT th nts r.com-snsnd- td holidays. tntm, and do not know of a InrU laiuaca whet Uu? lkUm to Miss Gertrude Wilkinson is assisting (It rtUtf." In Serverance & Sons' store for the C V. Uinirum, n traveling nalenmin. writes from San Anitelo, Ttitu: "Prlv holidays. Ins; over rough roads ami In all klnili Miss Ilcttie West, of Lancaster, Is of weather I cava me acute pain I In tho hark anil suflerect greatly. found relief In tha the guest of Mrs. W. II. O'llnnnon in and before una of Foley Kidney Tills, the first bottlo was used, this rity. the pain In my back had entirely dlsap- and I have had no recurrence of Tim K. of I'. will have a banquet here fearedpains which frequently amounted almost neuralgic proportions." on December '."Jill, in the State Hank to tvhen backache come on, and It eeems as If you can't utand thu piln Building. and pressure In your back, you will find Mrs. Annie Ncwlund Is the guest of quick and grateful relief comes with Foley KMney Tills. They the her daughter Mrs. Marvin Adams nt stop uri of the cause of the pain, ease tho flllt aching Joints and muscles, and Lexington. clear the potnon out of your system your kidneys and bladder to Mr. and Mrs. It. T. Ilruce has been by helping normal healthy action. (I. 0. the guests of her mother, Mrs. Sold Everywhere. Turlev, at Richmond. Mrs. Early, of Lexington, has been at the bedside of her uncle Mr. J. M. NINA Walters who remains quite ill. Dr. and Mrs. T. W. I'ennington aro Mrs. Marian Prewitt is ill. receiving congratulations upon the ar Mrs. Trave Hume is very ill at this rival of a little daughter, named Nell It, Miss Maud Carter is at home from Cave Springs, Ga., for the holidays with her parents Mr. and Mrs. I'. W WJmt to do when ft Stormes Drug Store. S2;.t0 !25'0! Simple and reliable and a joy all year. S 8 TheJGrcatest of All Tonics and System Builders. will restore the 100 per cent efficiency In bodily vigor which every contains all the man and woman ought to have. eiiential ingredients recognized by science as most effective in ota nf the body, and then they are combuilding up the weak pounded and blended In a way Uic ordinary dector ban not learned is on talc at Stormes Drug Store. l.ancas-ter- . yet. Ky. 11.00 fur 3 boxes, makes 3 qusits of medicine and last 3 months. Lega'ly Guaranteed to satisfy jou or money back. This Drug store ttUo has cn sale our famous COWHOY LINIMENT tor rheumatic pains, neuralgiu, luinbago, cuts, burns bruires, lameness and soreness, 25c and SOc bottles. a bar. 3 fi.r IBc. Will send Free Try our ScienceJSoiie, on request a copy of our great book "The Cowboy Herbalist," lc STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. Dakoto 1 Jack-White-Mo- on West Broadway4. LOUISVILLE, KY. lai- - SR WINTER TOURIST TICKETS AtjRcduced Fares, on tale Daily to FLORIDA-CUBA-NEW Carter. Jailer George F. Deliorde and J Fox Dudderar attended the funeral of Mrs. Ike Shelby near Danville Sunday ' afternoon. Miss Mamie Walter has returned to her homo at Lancaster, after spending several days here with her uncle, Jas, M. Walter. Miss Mary Elizabeth McKinney came home Saturday from Cave Spring, da., to spend the holidays with her mulher, Mrs. Htssie McKinney, John W. Ilayden, a well known negro of this city, died at his home in Macks- villi .Wednesday after an illness of typhoid fever. He was ill 23 days. News has been received here bv Geo, T. VVood of the death of his brother, John Wood, who died in the west last week. No particulars have been learn ed yet. "Dady" Wilder died at his home in the Hubble section Mor.day after a short illness. He leaves a number of children. Interment took place Tues day afternoon. Much interest Is being manifested in the series of lectures that is to be given here from Dec 3lst to January Jib, under the auspices of the Stanford churches. They are to be delivered by Dr. S. D. Gordon. The Christmas Dance will be given Friday nluht, December 22nd in the Hall in the State Dank building. The music will be furnished by Smith's Junior Trio of Lexington. The luncheon will be served at the I'rincess. J. I'. Easley, of the Kentucky Cen tral Life Insurance Co., with head quarters at Lexington is here this week taking care of the work since D. T. Brummett was transferred to IlsrroJj-bmJ. It. Harris will take charge of the work after Jan. 1st. Mrs. Isaac Shelby died very suddenly at her home about six miles from Stan ford on the Junction City pike Friday about noon of heart trouble. Mrs Shelby had not been sick, only complaining a little with pleurisy and her death was a severe shock to her many friends and relatives here. She was Miss Madge McAtee, of Owensboro. Deceased was n sister-in-laof Mrs. 1. M. Mcltob-ert- s of this citv. Her husband, Isaac Shelby, a well known stockman, is left lo survive her. Interment occurred in the Danville cemetery after services at the home Sunday afternoon at o'clock. "Itig Foot" John Engleman, local negro, who is charged with making a murderous assault upon Mitchell Dot-soa Waynesburg cattleman in Macks-vill- e, about three weeks ago, was arrested at Lebanon Thursday night and brought to this city and placed In jail, He was tuken out Monduy for trial, but Dotson, was on his It was postponed. way to Lancaster court, when he was knocked in the head and found at a late He was given medi hour unconscious. cnl aid and afterwards tuken to Danville hospital, where reports come that The he is thought to be recovering. negro wus not seen to do the act, but immediately after the report was circulated that the man was dead, he left town und wus not heard of uny moru until vome one saw him at Lebanon and came hero and told Chief of Police Car ter, who phoned und had him arretted and then went after him. writing. Every bodv is busy killing hogs this line winter weather. Mr. McD. Jones has returned from a business trip to Iiuisville. Hev. D. F. Sebastian of Georgetown College Bpent the week-enhere. Mr. W. E. Whitaker has completed his new mill at this place, come and give him a call. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Grow spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomps Sebastian. The little Miss who has taken rooms with Mr. and Mrs. McD. Jones has been christened Mary Helen. Mrs. Leslie Sebastian has returned home from the hospital at Danville where she underwent nn operotion. Misses Mary Harr and Emma Sowers closed their school at this place Friday with a line treat of candy and fruits. Cremo Dairy Feed is recommended by exert Dairymen. It will make your d I JiB pUy'PJ Ansco l 11 P . CAMERAS We have the line ot g i flexible BIBLES ly bound in Pnt- - leather. Large American and King vers,on. - James s 1 55 FLASH LIGHTS. the American Ever Ready 75cts to $3.00. The world standard for safety and satisfactory service. -- THERMOS BOTTLES for the Automobile, nic and sick chamber, Hot 24 hours cold pic- - 3G s k. - hours. PENS. POUNTAIN G2Hli52MfcHE3HkHKrcS? A splendid make that don't leak. Write as smooth as velvet. $1.00 up to $6.00 and guaranteed for three years. I Si S TOILET ARTICLES. al1 tno leading creations in imported and domestic Toilet Waters. Extracts, Face I'ow- ders- - Creams. A5Urea,V Djer, h19,? ar? Hud- Roger nut, Melba and Colgate. PARISIAN tiilUiHttll 1WU1U IVORY row give more milk. Hudson, Hughes & Furnau. Hev. K. Thornton preached his fare well sermon at Freedom the first Sunday in this month, Itev. A. C. Haird having been called as pastor for the coming year. South France. Of all partM nf Franco perhaps the Xlnip country Im the most Interesting. .Mini's Itsilf, with Its Itoiuuu uluphi-theate- r, still used for circus shows mid bull lights. Its "Malsun curree," otherwise a perfectly preserved second-century temple, nnd Its beautiful gardens. Is u charming place to stay In. though dusty when the tulstrul blows. Defining the Heart. 8 -i- n Combs. Iirushes, Mirrors I'uffs, I'uffers and many small articles, now so estensively used on the toilet table. PIPES -- we have them from 23 cents to $5.00. In cases and loose. Something always accept- - CIGARS packed in 25 and CO to the box- - imported and domestic. Men Iove Kood ciKRrs llke women love pretty flowers. able. an EATON'S STATIONERY. CKANES-t- he HIGHLAND 11 Packed in artistic boxes at CANDY stylish and ex- ORLEANS Stop- - Over LINEN clusive kind used who desire high-clas- s 30 by those and And All Resorts of the South cents to CUT 80 cents. Liberal 111 Privileges FLOWERS. FINAL LIMIT FOR RETURN, MAY 31, 1917 'IBS It r For complete information and descriptive literature, call on nere,t TICKET ACENT or write II. G. KING, Passenger and Ticket Agent US East Main Street, LEXINGTON, KY. The human heart, always it mystery, has become the subject of further upeo ulutlon, u Supreme court Justice decided that "iiobody cau plumb Its. depths." It has been described at hroud and hollow, aad the Jurist says. In effect, that It is bottomless. One Is almost drlu'u to the concluslou that, us wus the woild before the first heart bcpiu to beat, It Is "without form uud void." f in Huylers and Guths comnarable art boxes at cent! to $1.00. in- GO Place orders early for cut flow ers. I ter stock Early orders insure bet and better service. 1 I P D E STOP AT THE ( Salonlki's Old Churches. The Unct remain of the ancient city of Sulonlkl are Its churches. How they ever survived the tempests of the Ncverthe-nes- s Middle Ages U u miracle. they did. ?1 of them. And they stutid today, turned buck Into churches ufter their 000 yciirs of use us mosques, illustrating tll t,tor' ot zantlue ecclesiastical urchltecture even moru beautifully, lu certain ways, than those of Constantinople. Moreover, they tunke up umong them u museum of the lost llyziiutlue urt of mosulc, unrivaled save lu Coustuutlucple uud The G. M. LYONS Empororlum, Busy Cash Store Gait House When " In Louisville. wishes to convey to the public appreciation for the liberal patronage enjoyed during this year and wishes every one EUROPEAN PLAN. ltuveuut', GOOD ROOMS FOR $1. PER DAY. Fine Dining Room with Excellent Service nntl Low Free Auto-Hu- s Micts l rains, iiimsn ami electric Unth;. Write for Reservations. Trice. J. GREENBERG, Manager. if Draw A BUY RED CROSS SEALS. Check c for the money youov-.- and note liow much more res- peclfully your creditors re gard you. They like to do business with a man who has an Garrard account at Bank & the Truil Go. . They know he it doing business In a buslress like way. Iletter open such an account even if your affairs are not large. Tliev will grow all riKht. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company The Ited Cross Christinas Seals are for use. They not onlv make a package or letter look festlvo with the gay Santa Claug and the seasonable greetings but wherever and whenever a ItED SEAL is seen CltOSS CHRISTMAS one knows there is interest taken in and a fight being made against the dreaded disease of tnberculosia. It is a small amount of money that helps a lng way, ao put seals on all your letters from now until after Christmas and New Year, showing that you be lieve in the winning fight. The undersigned hereby gve warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands tor any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful law. Hunters and. lest extent of t Fishermen esneciallv take notice. It.L. Elkin Ed&NHl'nce Mrs. Rebecca J. West. W. It. Cook. James G. Conn, II. 0. Arnold. J. T. Illand. J. C. Morgan. H. and W. S. Weaver Lone Hros W. T. West, J. Ilooth Sutton. W. L Lawson and son. Howard King, J. II. Itigsby, Miss Carrie Uoulden, John Itichurdson, J. C. Itlirsby, POSTED A Merry Christmas and a Happy and Prosperous New Year. II . .. i irrf r; J. II. Woods. A. C. Miles, Jno. M. Farru, J. II. Thompson. David Steven, U. I j. Kelly. S. Itigsby. Frank Thompson. J. II. Thompson, D. M. Anderson. Am and Ed Hourne, Davis Sutton Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Davo Dudderar W. II. Cummins, I'. II. Thompson. Wm. Lear, Jerry Illand. John Tatum. W. S. Ferguson, Mra Emma Higginbotham. J. D. Naylor Mrs. E. L. Fraieo William Humphrey. Clayton'.IIumphrey Walker Ilradshaw. W. T. llradihaw. It. L. Arnold? John I'endelton. I'eachv Grow, Sam Clark. T. It. Slavln, J. L. Doiier. We will add other names for 25 cent HONOR ROLL BANK. a i Pay your bills by check, Bnd have ) our wife pay her bills by check schemes. Never lend on ekr to not be haphazard about it. Follow some system in saving-- Du Kent a safe deposit box for your valuable papers. service we offer. Make free use of the allowance. Teach the child the value ct money by giving them an business Meet your friends at this bunk for transacting important STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. && Citizens National Bank KY. Vice Prest. OF LANCASTEH. J. J. WALKEIt. B. F. HUDSON. President. Joe J. Walkek. Jr., W. 0. P.1GNKV, Ass't Cash'r. W. F. CHAMP, Cashier. cash. The Central Record, Thursday, December 21, 1916. The Central-Recor- d INCORPORATED. A CHRISTMAS $1.00 a STOCKING i; One of the prettiest and best plavs ever staged at the High School Audi torium, was the one on last Tuesday night. "The Bibt Play", given by Mrs, W. R. Todd's expression class and other members of the Graded and High School. i Tho play was in tho form of a Doll Shop, and the "Handsome Men" and "Beautiful girls", played their part to perfection which goes to show that they were well trained, nnd their in structor, Mrs. TodJ, and the members of the play deserve much credit for the manner in which they so graciously presented the play. The writer of this article would be glad to mention each character's name but owing to the fact that we are shy of space we cannot, Miss Ruth Carrier played the part of the "Nigger Doll" and played it well A large crowd was out to see the play but for the fact tht the weather was bad, they would have had a crowded house. PRETTY WOMAN TELLS SECRETS Reveals How She Won Sparc-ling issued Weekly. year. FROM THE RECORD. m m ... m mam Bams BIG LINE OF ' J. E. ROBINSON. Editor. Mijr Kj R.L. ELKIN. Locnl Editor nnil Entered at lh m I'oit Offl In laneaiter, StcondClaM Mi.ll Matter. and Member Kentucky Press Association Eighth District Publishers League. Lancaster, Kr., December 21, 1916 Rates For Political Announcements For Precinct and Citv Olllles ...$ CX) por County Oflices 10.00 For State and District Oflices.,.. 15.00 10 For Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line. For all publications in the interest of individuals or expression of individual views, per line 10 Obituaries, per line 05 We are authorized to announce Miss Jennie Higgihs a candidate for County of Garrard School Superintendent County, subject to the action of the Democratic primary August 1917. We are authorized to announce J. O. Bogie, as a candidate for the Democratic nomination frr County Court Clerk, primary to be held, August 1917. We are authorized to, announce Jeptha Onstott a candidate for the democratic nominatienjfor County Court Clerk, subject to the action of the primary, August 1917. We are authorized to announce E. It. Ray as a candidate for the Democratic nomination for Assessor of Garrard county, subject to the action of the It almost Is Christmas. We hardly can wait to hang up the stockings alongside A bustle and the grate. sparkle pervades nil around; the fir trees are cut and there's snow on the ground. The children, exciled and thrilled with delight, are dreaming o f Santa Claus all through the night. They wake up and listen to sounds on the roof which is to their fancies a reindeers wee hoof. The old folks, more eager than even the tots, arc burning with secrets and brimming with plots. Mince pies in the pantries delicious and sweet of mother's own making are ready to cat. It almost Is Christmas; St. Nick in his sleigh all loaded with treasures is coming this way. His reindeer are flying; a day or two more and down through the chimney he'll bound to the floor. And then if the stockings arc not in their place, in sorrow he'll vanish and leave not a tiace. So hang up the stockings by chimneys with care the night Christmas Candies Everything in the Toy line direct from Toyland. Oranges, Apples, Bannanas, Nuts Eyes and Rosy Cheeks. "TANLAG DID IT" SHE SAYS Mrs. Lawia O. Starr, of Ctavaland, Con fidss to Admiring Frlandi How Sha Got Haalthy Color Back "How Wall You Ara Looking", Thay Exclaim. Ch.erful and Happy, Too. H. D:1EE& SON. ir jou surrcr from nervoiisnes in badly that you can't sleep ' night: If your complexion iale nnd muddy. your eyes have dark rings under them and life hardly seetni worth living i (!) n- d- before St. Nick Christmas; will If you want rosy cheeks, clear, sparkling eyes, restful sleep at night. Imnnd lug red blood and crfect health Just take "Teniae. ' MONEY'S WORTH. HER This l the advice of Mrs. Florence Starr, of 17ST Kast fiSlh St., Cleveland. Time was when the housewife prac She Isjt charming young matron, wife ticed loose methods in purchasing her of Lewis C, Starr, of the llohbln Con, foodstufTs. But not in this ago of the high cost of living. Today she practices ousiness methods, and she makes it a point to get her money's worth. : TmZZ ' In her selection of foodstuffs she devotes much thought. She studies the food market and familiarises herself THE HOUSEWIFE GETS I DIAN9NDS OF VARIETY I 1 8 rjjsn I ! 1 I I I 1 !! (!) I be there. ROSS. Mrs. Forrest Denton Rosm, daughter of Russell Denton and Almira Harris Denton, was born in Garrard county, Kentucky. December 23rdrd 18S5, and died at the P. A. C. Infirmary in Rich-monKy., December 8, 191C. Mrs. Ross inherited the splendid qualities of mind and heart which are so characteristic of her family. Since her marriage to Mr. Louis Ross she has resided in Kirksville, Ky, and their's was truly a happy home life, only in terrupted when slit, was stricken with typhoid fever some weeks since. Be coming convalescent it was thought she might improve more rapidly if she had a change of surroundings. So she was brought to Richmond for a short stay with a relative, but growing worse was taken to the P. A. C. Infirmary until last Friday after much suffering, her pure spirit was liberated from its earthly element. She was so brave, so patient, and even after a paroxysm of pain, Bhe would look and smile at her loved ones and the faithful nurses. The sympathy of the community goes out to the young husband, the aged father and devoted sisters who were with her to the last. Mrs. Ross was a member of the Christian church at Kirksville, and she will be greatly missed from the membership. Funeral services were held Primary, August, 1917. We authorized 10 announce J. II. Clark a candidate for the nomination for Magistrate, of Garrard county, in district No. 1, subject to the action of the Democratic primary, August 1917. MARGARET CLARK in "Mice and Men" at Romans Opera House, Tuesday night. Its a Paramount. Japanese Claim Credit for Fan. Japan takes credit for the folding fan. The orlglnul kind was of the palm-lea- f variety an oval or round shape which cculd not be 'folded. Bui conceived the Idea, just when Japan or how nobody knows, of fastening half n circle of paper on a frame made of "sticks fastened together at one end and the collapsible fan resulted. with the different brands of food. When she strikes the right article she sticks to it. She wants the best at the lowest cost and she gets it it she follows the right methods of selection. The housewife should give careful consideration to the baking powder, I:! tea, cotlee. Hour and other similar foods money. if she is to get full value for her There is always one best brand in every line, nnd it is the housewife's duty to find that bratul. HLV'bbbbbbbbbbbbbH some women preler one kind ol (tax ing Powder while other womeu demand a different kind. There is one Baking Powder that has been on the market for years Calumet which apparently from its steady 'sales and increased popularity, hits the happy medium and I pleases every housewife no matter what her demands. In purchasing foods be sure that you practice caution and you'll get the best MRS. LEWIS C. STARR. Who At- - AND VALUE. 'AbH I Roiy Chtaka to Tanlac. I Caskey Jewelry COMPANY. SUCCESSORS TO A. K. LYON) I S f I!) tribut.i FOR SALE AND Property Listed In This RENT Column. ";. "MOLLY MAKE-BELIEVE- ". Opera House Next Wednesday Night. Under the auspices of the Woman's Club and through the kindness of Mr. W. J. Roman's, that wonderful "Marguerite Clark will appear in "Molly Make-Relievat the Opera House next Wednesday night. The members of the Woman's club are anxfcus' to fill the opera house on that evening and earnestly solicit your attendance. MULES HIGH AND IN GOOD DEMAND. A number of mule sales are reported in the last few days and at present there Beems to be quite u demand for extra good ones, as well as for the more medium grades, for armv purposes. Mr. W. II, Hurton is in the mar ket for the latter and is carrying an advertisement in every issue of .the Record. He purchased several head at Somerset last Monday, ranging in price, from $100 to $150. Center Brothers Bold recently, to Herbert Ellis, of Wilson, N. C, nine head at an average of $178.50 a head, and a pair of mare mules to W. li. liurton for $350 and a team of horse Richmond mules to him for which he paid $200. W, V. Gastineau sold a dandy horse mule to R. E. Gaines of Lincoln, for LETTER FROM FORMER $200. NOTICE at the residence of her relatives, the Misses Duerson, on Brexk avenue, Sun day, December 10, and were conducted by Rev. William Eldridge, of Paint Lick. A large number of sympathizing friends assembled to pay their last res pect to a dearly loved one, and there were beautiful floral offerings, breathing of the Resurection Morn, and the life eternal. Be comforted dear friends, for the Savior has said: "Blessed are the pure in heart, for they shall see God." Although the body is quietly resting in the Richmond cemetery. He has said; "Be thou faithful unto death, and I will give thee a crown of life". Besides her husband, Mrs. Ross is survived by her aged father and six sisters. They are Mrs. Samuel Rout, Portland Oregon; Mrs. S. D. Cochran, and Mrs. V. A. Lear, Lancaster; Mrs. W. S. F.ish, Stanford; Mrs. J. Walker Guyn, Paint Lick, and .Mrs. Philip Pet- Mrs. Mays. tus, Harlan, , TO THE PUBLIC. suuering with Trachoma, All persons a contageous eye disease (called Granulated Lids) In Garrard county can get treatment free at any one of the three United States Public Health Service Trachoma Hospitals. Any Kcntuckian whether adult or child who has Trachoma, can get botli treatment and medicine free also a stay in the hospital if necessary free of charge. These three hospitals open to Trachomeous Kentuc-kian- s are located at I'ikeville, in Pike county; Jackson, in llreathett county; London, Ky., in Laurel county. For information apply by letter or in perdirector at any son to the medical one of these hospitals that you may select. The law will be enfoiced to ex clude pupils and teachers suffering with Trachoma from Kentucky schools. ' For futher information cull on. Dr. J. H. ACTON, County Health Officer, Lancaster, Ky; It. GARRARD MAN. R, J. Hukle, proprietor of a fruit and stock farm at PecK Kansas, writes us the following letter which will be of Interest to old friends. "Dear Sir: Through the kindness of a lady friend in Richmond Ky, I am just in receipt of a copy of The Central Record of Nov. 30, 191G, and, as, I was brought up at Buckeye, Ky, naturally local items from Buckeye and Teatersville In The Record are vary Interesting to me, especially so, was the write-uof the uncle James Sanders reception "92 torty-fiv- e Years, 92 Guests", ,years ago I was associated with Uncle James Sanders In church work at old Republi can church in Garrard county, near the mouth of Sugar Creek. Inclosed please find Postal Money order for $1. for which please send me the Record, Peck Kansas. Yours truly, R. J. Hukle," p No. 5. Is a suburban tract of 13.S acres situated on main pike with building sije for dwelling right at the city limits citv water and lights installed, most of this farm in grass. This farm will produce the variety of crops usual This to the best lands in this county. tract has one largesplendidly construct ed stock barn, one 8 acre newly con Farm well structed tobacco barir. This tract has fenced and watered. RENT Ccttages on it, always lented, that produce a rental equal to the average income on a $5000 investment. Price $20,700. $5,700 cash and balance in equal payments due in 2, 3 nnd 1 years, liuy this tor a home unci live convenient and accessible to the advantages of one of the best small cities anywhere. No. G. Is a tract of 70 acres; has all the improvements of tract No. 5 and is priced at $12,250 and is Worth the money. Terms $1250 cash and balance in equal payments maturing in 2, 3 and 4 years. No. 8. Is one of the most attractive, substantial, and convenient suburban homes in the city a two story dwelling of ten rooms, including halls and pan tries, nil requirements in out buildings, lights and water: has several acres suitable for building lots. We will trade this handsome city dwelling and acrage in on a good farm. If you wish to retire from the farm you should know about this one. No. 9. Is a bargain, 170 acres 3 miles from Lancaster, right on turnpike, has two dwellings and two good barns. This farm will produce hemp and tobacco, about one half in grass, price $100, per acre. 10. Is a two story dwelling, situated in the city limits, large size lot, in good locality. The dwelling Is newly built, in splendid condition and attractive; all water, .lights, the city conveniences, sidewalks. The owner leaving city and will take $2500. veylng Kelt Co. Mrs. Starr Is a living picture of the value of her advice. Rtttortd to Health. Mrs. Starr says that Tanlac has dime more for her health than any remedy she ever tried before. She said "I consider thp day I heard of Tan lac the luckiest one of my life. I never knew before how much good a medi cine, could do In such a short time. ''I was all run down. I suffered from dlr-zspell anil sometime! a kind f falling enatluii, Could Get No Rett. "I would toss and roll all night and seemed to get no rest from my fitful (deep. .My appetite was Indifferent; no matter how attractive n meal I would Mt down to, my stomach seemed to I was so turn agaln It Immediately. nervous that ecn the slamming of a door would upvl me and moko me tremble. I trleil many remedies and kinds of treatment until one day a woman friend persuaded uie to try this Tnnlar Relisf Came at One. Within a week I began to feel lct ter. The dlziy spell left me ami I slept better. I found that In lb" morn. Ings I would awake feeling cheerful and happy, unit with u hearty appetite for breakfast. Color came back Into my checks and my friends began to icuk of how well I looked. Today I suffer no more from nerv ousnoKM and everything In life fccems brighter. The duy I llrst henrd of Tuulne was the luckiest one of my I I I 127 West Main. I I 0 "ft Lexington, - Kentucky. Shelburne- The man that told you not to "PINHOOK" your; Tobacco, for prices Would Be High. life." Tanlac is being introduced in Lan caster at R. K. McRoberts. Tanlac may be obtained in the nearby cities. Paint Lick, J. N. Metcalf ; Becker & Ballard; Little Hickman, Collier and Bruncr; Bcrea, S. E. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug Store: Junction City, Reynolds and Evans; Richmond. II. L. Perry & Son; Crab Orchard, Lyno Bros ; llurgin, u, T. Schoolfield; Danville. John S. Wells, Lancaster. R. E. McRoberts. and W. C ' (Adv) West, Silver Creek. Shelburne House a Is Free of any Trust and Combine and is the Best Lighted House in Lett Algernon Pondering. Algernon (after being ucceptcd) 7 "Have you ever loved beforej" No. 11. City Property-Dwelli- ng, An rooms and cellar, situated on beautiful gela "No I I Jiuvo often udnUrcd men strength, courage, beauty, Richmond street, large lot and has all for their ox something like that, conveniences including garage anil barn. Intelligence, you know; Lut with you, Algernon, It's No. 12. Five room dwelling, modern, ull love nothing elsol" good barn, large lot fronting on Lexington St., cheap at $2500. LEXINGTON, KY. Free stable room and courteous treatment to all. To Keep Plants Fresh. No. 13. Building Lots-Un- der this There Is u simple wuy to water ferns No. we offer you attractive single and double building lots, splendid location, and flowers which will be of Interest to over 300 feet deep, $450 to $900, capable one who must leuvu u them for n time without care. Take washing tub uud of water and light connections. pluco three or four bricks In It and put about two Inches of water In the The Thomas Keal Estate Agcnj. tub. Place tho flowers ou these, bricks D. A. Thomas, Mgr. and place the tub where they cuu get Office Record Bldg. L Bring Your Tobacco To Us. SILAS SHELBURNE, PRES. ancaster, Ky, the morulng sunshine. v .1 t The Central Record, Thursday, December 21, 1916. 1 Vc nre showing (he largest nnd finest nssortnicnt of Holiday r I Spoils particularly desirable for gifts to Lndics, ever shown here. v1 ?! JCznas 10 lu m The Great Annual Eiddle "What To Get Hex" IS EASILY SOLVED AT OUR.STOEE. . -- You nre most cordially invited to call and look over our magnifi- cent line of Christmas goods whether you come to buy or not. J' We have spent days preparing, selecting, buying and getting ready to present to you the great stock of THINGS THAT WOMEN LIKE BEST and now that everything is ready, it is with a feeling of pardonable pride that we ask you to come and see the result of all this effort we have put forth to present a line of Holiday Goods for ladles that will exec) in extcnslveness and distinctiveness any that has ever been shown in this city. . i House Dresses SUITS. $1. to $2. BlanketS $1.00 tO $8.50 Rugs $15.00 to $37.50 COATS ,you Hhe beiler to coming benefit Christmas gifts for your lady, relatives and Vnf HIGHLY 5 GIVE USEFUL Handkerchiefs 5c to 50c. Neck Scarfs 7C to $1.50. Neckwear 25c to $1.50. FINE j j PRESENTS THEY ARE MOST SHOES. to SKIRTS. $15.00 to $27.50. $9.50 to $27.50 APPRECIATED will not source of thought- - $3.50 $7.50 $5. 3.98 to $10.00 j Trayling Bags r $5. 111 to $15. X.KJ ,- $7 SO Qnif Vdoco OUll PtJCPC vpi. T n vp .JU TTrriVr.1oQ Cl tn $7 LU p.JU LJIllUlCllctd : - The things you get hire for Christmas gifts only Dc most ncccptnhle on Cluistnms .lay. but n use nnd pleasure for mjny months to come. Your fulness in getting her something she woul.l have any way is sure to Ikj especially appreciated. Fine Furs to $35. ! to have Wncipru 4o tn 9 .JJ. 00 XAUOICAJ 91r LU rV1rwfc $1. VJlUVCb 51 frv LU CO ' ' The Joseph Mercantile Qompany. Be sure and attend the Municipal Christmas Tree, Saturday Night, Dec 23rd from 6:30 to 9:30. You are cordially invited to make our store your headquarters COME IN' AND SEE OUIt I 1 5, 10 and 15 Carving Sets, Rogers (21).. rook COUNTER. from f20.toJ.Vl V arc srlling at u close profit, Gossip About People V? A Mrs. Uettie Reynolds Smith, one of Dirkerson's ellicient clerks, has been I yoli;l!. find absent several daj s from the store on account of a severe cold. it in this column, i ATTENTION: KNIGHTS OF Silverware, Allumlnumware Dinner Sets, Etc. Heating stoves $3. tu stoves from 1 12. tn $20., Hnngr All as good as the beat. Brl( MtMlm ol the Coirinc,! tnd Goings byThoit W Arc interested In. hBuggy Robes, Saddles and " Harness at surprising prices rouvrnir with each 10 and 2.'. rent puichsse. CJomriK out our Buggies. Mrs. W. T. West has been In LexAgents for Oliver, and Syracuse flows and John Deere Implements ami the ington for several days this week. best wire fence made "American." A few Vulcan Plows. Mis Beltie West has returned from a delightful visit relatives and friends in Stanford. The Square Deal House. Mrs. Katherine Conn Tinsley' spent the past several days in Therp will ok no rsceting of the Womans Club during the holiday. J. R. MOUNT & CO. tarn week shopping. Mrs. W. S. Elkin who has been in Fresh Oysters, Cranberries nnd etc, Stanford the past week at the bedside at Hall's. of her sister, Mrs. Ixittie Warren, returned Wednesday nnd is with .Miss For Kent. 2 unfurnished rooms, Jennie Duncan. tf Mrs. Susan Fisher. Abetter from our good friend J. II. All kinds of fruit and randies Soper, of ltichmond wishes the entire ollice force a merry Xmas. He made Christmas at Hall's. it merry by enclosing a check for For Sale An oak china cabinet, another years subscription. apply to this otBce. Mrs. Archie Dean Uradshaw who For Sale: Two spotted ponies, broken. has been in a Louisville Sanatorium for several months has returned and is J. A. Anion. quite ill ut the home of her mother, W. B. Hall is still selling cut glass Mrs. Emma Daniels, much to the reand chinaware at the old price. gret of her friends. J PYTHIANS, You arc icquested tu be present tonight, Thursday, Dec. 21tt, at "o'clock at hall of Garrard Lodge. Business ot importance. Fraternally Wm. D. Pryor. K. B. S. FOR SALE. Kimball piano, mahogany esse, excellent tone-- and Is as good as new. For information call this oTice. MANY FARMS. W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Ollk-- e ! Mr Hughes Aldridge of l'aris Crossing, I ml., made u short visit to relatives here this week. Mr. Harry Tomlinson has gone I.udlow and will be joined by Mr. Tom-linso- n next Tuesday. , Messrs Wesley Dickerson, Charlie Sanders, Willie II. West. Harry Itaney. Uert Embry and Robinson -- Cook, all students making high honors at M. M. to I., Millersburg, arrive today to spend the holidays with their parents. Mr and Mrs J. Hoe Young announce the engagement of Many farms change ownership about this time of the year. The buyer should For Sale or Bent: My two story make SUKE and for his purchise secure a "CONTINENTAL.fire and house on Richmond street. See D. A. Thomas, S. G. Haselder. torriado policy. Agt., office Bccord Bldg., farm propFor Sale or Bent: House and lot on erty u specialty. Lexington street. House new. "S. G. Haselden. LOST Director and Embalmer. Kentucky. Daniel Collier Elkin nrrives today from Atlantn to spend the Xmas holidays with liia purenta. Mr. T. E. Cecil was called to Wolf County by the sudden death of his brother, Mr. John Cecil. Minscs Florence Johnson and Edna Berkele ure itt home from Oxlord Ohio where they attend school. Mrs. (I. M. l'atterson is spending the week with relatives and friends in Indianapolis and Cincinnati. Mrs. Ilermun Hoover, of Georgetown will spend the holidays with her father Mr. James II. Smith. Mr. T. J. l'rice has arrived home from Staunton Yu, bringing with him a school mute fur ttle holidays. Phone 18. Residence I'hone 33. TV Lancaster, tlkM At Stanford, Ky., December 11th n gray horse, would weigh about 1000 pounds, had left eye out, scar on left to shoulder, short tail, hud all old cut on Mr Alexander Murphy, his right fore foot, one tcotli out above The marriage will take place in JanLiberal reward to Under. uary, after which they will return to For Sale Kobert Carrier. Ilalhoa Heights, I'unamn, Canal Zone. 71-LancDster. Ky. Dandy 7 room house 4 acres land K. K. 2., Box Mrs. Hanks Hudson entertained at an elegant luncheon Friday ut the Illue With good out buildings on Danville Ilird Tea Jtoom. The table was beauti- street at a bargain. Joe. S. Haselden. THE CHEAPEST tf fully decorated with (lowers and the guests thoroughly enjoyed the ntlfair.... AND BEST FOOD. MULES WANTED. Mrs. I. S. Dunn, Mrs. Jeff Dunn, Mr. und Mrs. Jack Dunn nnd little daughter Asn in the market for some good Our high grade Hour is the cheapest of Lexington, have been recent guests mules and army mules, 15 hands to 10 food you can buy. The United States of Mr. and Mrs. Letcher Saunders. W. B. liurtor hands high. Department of Agriculture in Bulletin Danville Messenger. 142 says; - Tho actual focd value In units of energy in dihTerent articles of food, same amount, is as follows. daughter. Miss Osborne Dent Young, XMAS TREE. their Fou Sale -- One five passenger Overland and one Schacht Truck. Cheap if sold at once. v White & Kiddle, Paint Lick, Ky. FOR RENT. IF YOU HAVENT A GASOLINE ENGINES SEE US AT ONCE Miss Charlotte Pollitt of Jackson is ! the attractive guest of Miss Alice Klg-yp- y There will be a Xmas tree ut the j Five room cottage on Hill Court, Methodist church on Sunday afternoon . large lot and garden, bath and lights. for the Christmas holidays. at 5 o'clock A cordial Invitation is exB. T. Embrv at National Bank. Dr. W. S. Elkin of Atlanta, has join- -' tended to every one to make use of the ed his wife here and will spend the tree in giving presents to relatives, holidays with relatives and friends. friends or uny one. Presents may tu FOR RENT. Mrs. Joanna Hull is spending the brought to tho Church any time Sunday afternoon. Christmas holidays in Stanford with Property on Stanford street, next to F. D. l'almeer. Pastor. her daughter, Mis. Ilohon Campbell. Christian church, now occupied by K. Units of energy. Eggs Beef sirloin Milk Pork Cheese i work too hard on your farm if you haven't an engine. can make mora money, with much less labor, by using an I II C oil mid gas engine. Think what it menus to you and. your family to luvo the cream separator, chuni, pump, feed grinder, fanning mill, thresher, woodsaw, grind-tton- e, washiuj; machine, and many other machines, run by an YOU IHC OIL AND GAS ENGINE Think how much moro pleasant, how much mora attractive) your farm and homo will becomo when the 1 II C engine docs to much of the hard work. 1 II C gasoline ciigim are reliable, durablo and run smooth y, year in and year out. Wo havo whatever style and sixo engine yon want in the I II C liue, which includes: Vertical wer; horUoutal 1 to type 2, 3. 4, G,25, and 1 to power; portable 1 to IMiwer; mounted on skids power; sawing, pumpower; traction 12 to ing, spraying, hoisting, and griuding outfits, etc. Built to kerosene, distillate, or alcohol. Como operate on gas, gasoline, iu and get a copy of our new catalogue. BECKER "IPHONE 27. C& BALLARD. BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. Butter Potatoes Beans, dried Flour. Best K. Conn, for year 1U17. Terms reasonBuy our guaranteed first l atent flour ' Mr. Alien Johnson who is taking a Way of Brothers' Wives. W. B. Mason. and bake your own bread. Money back able. business course in Lexington is exHuch brothers' wife thinks Unit nil if it does not please you. pected home Kriduv for the holiday. tho other brothers' wives havo everyHudson, Hughes & Farnuu. FARM LANDS, Misses Johnson and Edna thing they want, I'ort Worth Ilerkelo who are attending college in Bargains in Fuyettu and adjoining FOR SALE Oxford Ohio, uro hero for the holidays counties. Five per cent. Farm Loans. We Have. Mrs. U C. Johnson will entertain her W. KING und SON, Livery Stable or Garage It. J. S. wants to know If wc havo Sunday School class with a "cent" Lexington, Ky, mo. ever met tho people who never go to for 1917. Centrally locaSaturday afternoon from 2:30 to lnil, but retire; who never sleep, hut party I o'clock. blumher; who uever get up, but rise; ted next to Hotel. SELLING OUT. Master Kugeno Austin u student at who never eat, hut dine; who ncWr Mrs Rella Arnold Francis Am going out of business January Ut St. Mary's College nrrives Sunday to drink, but Indulge; who uever tulk, but who never read, but peruso; and my horses and livery outfit arc fur spend the holidays with his mother and who never buy, but purchase, nud who Bale either in part or as a whole. grandmother. never get sick, but becomo 1117 H. D. Lee. XMAS IS HERE. Enquirer. Miss Mamiii Walter has returned from Stanford where Hhe has been All trimmed hats and with her uncle, Mr. James Walter, who FOR SALE. Flrewecd'i Good Work. remains quite ill. Flrcweed, ollierwiso known us tin untrimmed shapes at half 151 acres of Garrard County lund seems to have Mrs. T. M. Wilson of Howling Green "great Also lot of childrens been created us an antldotu for one near Hyattsville, now ready to grow price. Is with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. of the ugllect nights u landscape ,iuny any crop desired. To capitalist, busi- hats and caps, big reducIt. Mount for the Christmas holidays. ground. ness, or laboring man in need of a offer burnt-ove- r The also have She will be joined later by Mr. Wilson. Is n genuine cosmopolite, for It homo-STLOOK and LISTEN, tion. We will Give us Miss I.Ida Itanoy, who Is attending bends Its consoling kluift above the tobacco $20. 00; hemp $15.00; corn $5.00; Xmas novelties. the Womeu's College at Danville, will ashes of burnt forcMs not only wheat $2.00. Prico $100. per acre. a call. throughout America but In Europe Phone 4872. Lexington, Ky, arrive today to spend the holidays with und Atlu, Kella Arnold Francis. 1st. her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, T. Itaney. willow-herb," d OP. 385. 410. 1030. 1035. 1185. 1305. 2950, 3040. C510. ' The Central Record, Thursday, December 21, 1916. life. The funeral services were conducted Thurs day afternoon at the Methodist church I W M.l,nn ... iir 111. Ii.alnr If.., Minted by the Rev, Moore of Lawrence- who was an old acquaintance of Ibtirg, The body was taken to home in Illinois for burial by the ride of his wife who died there a number of years ago. Dr. II. II. Mont gomery Bnd Mr. E. C. Montgomery ac companies the rcmslns. He is rnirviv- ed by enly one sister, Mm D. M. Mont gomery and a largo number of relatives who have the sympathy of the entire community in their loss. ! I v lived a consistent Christian BIG BDRLET Loose Leaf Tobacco Warehouse 612 South o C3 MT. HEBRON Broadway. KENTUCKY. LEXINGTON, Come and decide where to see the way we handle our sale before you sell. We will get for you the highest market price for EVERY-Basket- . q W Strip your tobacco carefully, get it in good case, bring it to us and we will do the rest. Prompt, courteous attention. Every facility for ling and selling tobacco. hand- - Mrs. Author I'reston IssulTering with neuralgia. Lime, Sand, Cement, Brick, Salt, etc, Hudson, Hughes & Farnau, f Miss Lavina Montgomery left Monday for Somerset where she has a position. Miss Jean Thompson will entertain a number of young folks next Thursday evening at a social. Mr Herbert Stone and sister, Mrs. Speed Kains were in Somerset Monday tu see their mother. Hog killing is about over in this section and the farmers are anxiously awaiting a tobacco spell. y The Infant of Mr. and Mrs, Jesje was interred in Mt, Hebron cemetery Saturday afternoon. Mr. Uillard Brumfield and family moved from Jessamine last Tuesday to the house recently vacated by Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Thompion. Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Montgomery were called to FrnnKfort last Thursday evening by the illness of their daughter. Mr Dudley Gordon. Miss I'atsy Amlerxon will gie a Xmas tree at the Locust Grove School Friday afternoon at'Jo'elnek. Mi Km. mu Walker will also have a tree at the Bourse School Friday evening nt "p. m. The people here were greatly shocked on last Tuesdjy morning when the news vent out that Mrs J. I). McMillan whs found dead in bed. She was not well but not thought to be seriously ill. She was Miss Sibyl .Montgomery before her , marriage, and had resided in this loca-- , l!ty most of her life, was 45 jeara of age. She was a member of the Scott's Fork church. She leaves a husband and six children. Funeral services were conducted at Mt Hebron church Wednesday afternoon by Rev. J. W. Mahan interment in the cmelery here. Much sympathy is expressed the bereaved ones. Uncle Eberu Does yours bring joy to the y breakfast table ? Nonh East South 'West women are solvine the coffee problem. Armies have solved it. "An army travels on its stomach" and of the army breakfast, ask any soldier what he would miss most. One of the greatest American judges has said that in the home com mences with the first cup of poor coffee. There is a coffee which brings a million men to breakfast "in a linrryj Today you can introduce its rich, full flavor in your home. Serve Arbuckles' for n week and notice how much more his breakfast means to him. Bring joy to your breakfast table. o Today thtt art whoU towns wbtr Albuckitt It practically lh only coff.t ui.J. In on Suit lon, in a ytsr, four pounds of Aibuckl.t' Coff.t was ustd for foot tlrota vtry man, woman and child in thayStata as many pounds of ceStt as tht population of lbs Butil Coon Inst Sunday. Mr Egbert (iuinn and Miss I'hcebe Mr. J. T. Allen who has been Sears drove to the home of Rev. F. I'. sick is Some better. Uryant and were married. May they Ume. Sand, Cement, Brick, Salt etc. have a happy life. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mr. Joe Fmith and Miss Fannie ParMrs. Elizabeth Calico has been very son went to the home of the Rev. F. I'. ill with grip but is better it this writ- Ilryant and were united in marriage ing. last 'Ihursday night. We wish them a Mr Jen Davis was the guest of his long and happy life. parents, Mr and Mrs John Davis last CARTERS VILLE. M. F. C. at Millersburg for the Xmas Holidays. very Quality and Senice hirst. Try a sack at our High (trade Flour. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau. There will be a Xmas tree at the Methodist church, Saturday afternoon, at two o'clock fir the member of the Sunday School. Mr. Solomon Childers died Wednesday I will, at my residence Public Sale on Lexington street, on Sunday. of her mother, Saturday. Mrs. Mae Robinson was the the guest Mrs. F. I', Uryant last BRYANTSVILLE Mr Noah Marsee, Jr., was in liondon Misses Cora P.oop and Eva Merryman made a business trip to Lancaster last Tuesday. Mr. Robert Green who has been in Dallas Texas for some time returned home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Aanold Bryant were guests of her grand mother, Mrs Eliza this week. Mrs Sallie 15. Wilch is convalesant after her recent illness. Miss Bessie Caldwell will spend the Holidays with her parents at London. Miss Francis Tomlinson has returned home from a visit to relatives In Lexington. Miss Jane Bowling is at home from afternoon at the home of his sister, Mrs D. M. Montgomery after a lingering illness of several months, due to the infirmities of old age. Mr. Childers was 83 years of age and a native of Garrard Co, where he had spent Ins entire life with the exception of fifteen years when he resided in Illinois. He was well known and l!ked by every one who knew him. He was a member of the Masonic Ixxlge and one of its most useful members. At a very early age he united-witthe Baptist church and Saturday, Capt. Am Bourne, Auct. at two o'clock, sell all my furniture, rugs and house hold goods not disposed of before that date. Dec. 23rd, 1 ,1 G. C. ROSE, LANCASTER, KY. "(Jtiirue WuxliliiKtuti was de father of his country," said Uncle lltien; "un' he nln" de only father whose folks got tu tli'.tiUti' dey kuoned mo' dan be did." ARMY f I I I TOBACCO - - TO - - Mules your mules, 5 to 10 years old 15 hands to 6 hands high. Will buy 1 ANCASTER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE STANFORD, STREET Am in position to pay highest price. C. A. Speith Company MANAGERS. W. B. BUETON, LANCASTER. KY. We Pay Highest Market Prices. Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone 30b. Also Branch House Jacob SchulzCompany Inroriiorated. at MORELAND, KY. Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 339-F All Receive Occasions. Prompt Attention 13 or 83. All Orders Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. t The Central Record, Thursday, December 2 K. C. MILLION, 1 , MOKINQ MEATS ON THE FARM f Aid In Preservation In P.l.t.blllty. Wall (rrtpartd by tfnlttd Btstra ilrnartrntnt of xrlculture. Proiier amoklng will not only n til In (lie preservation of plcklcil and 'cured mrat, Imt alio will ailil In their (mint ability Tho preservative effect I la smoking la due In I lie formation of crrotolo by tho romliualloii i)f wood. this substance cloning the Kircn of Ihe to some extent, thereby excluding ic air anil also forming a coating ob- to Inwctn, Tho most IniiHirtntit dimension of tb mokrhoiiwt Ik Its height. This should I eight or trn firt to Insure best The tiorUontal dimension should lo dctrnnltinl liy the nmoutit of nii'itt likely In lie smoked, fl liy 8 fret Mug large enough for ordinary farm iim Ampin ventilation should lie provided to cdrry off tlio warm air In onlrr to prevent overheating tlio inciiL tftnnll opening tiudcr Hip eaves or a chimney In tlio roof will Ihi tiufllclciit If arranged a to U' easily controlled. A lire Ijt outside of the house proicr, with 11 uo through n which tlii smoke l.iny lia rouiluctod to I lie inent rli.iinlK-r- , I ho host condition for smoking. Kim Wlirn this cannot Is- - nrranged n lire may lx litillt on tlx- - floor of tlio hoiiv, ami tlio mrat slilchhsl liy a sheet of tai'tnl. Where the moat ran In- - hungsU or seven foot bIkivp tlio tiro, thl precaution ins.sl not lo takrn. Tlio construction should In- - such a to allow up freely ovor the tlio smoke to mrat anil out of the liotix-- , though rapid circulation I at tlio oxpciio of fuel. llrlck or Mime house aro tho liost. though tho first cot In Krenlcr t'1!"' tlioy aro hullt of liuiihor, I.nrgo drj good boxes and even barrel umy ho made to wrve a siuokohliusos whore only smnll auiount.1 of mint aro to le smoked. Tho caro of meat In null fihV and ttlttlto U ihi niiich moro dlltk-ul- t tlio results an imicli lout ntlfactorj nnanont plan should ho pro that a l Mil If iHwilhlc. Tho fuel for smoking meats It croon hickory or maplo wood, Miuotli rml with nawdint of tho muio unite-rial- , llanl wood of any kind li prefer ahlo to aoft wood, Itoslnous woods should never lie used, as they uro llkel to Impart had Havers to tho product an- - flip liost siilntltuto for t'ornooli Tiant wool nnd may Ik iimiI If dculrcil. Soft wood ninl coroooln glte hit largo nn.imt of rnrlKin In burning, nnd thin U deiKMlted on tho meat, making It dark In color and rank llavoml. J mil' per licrrlri and fragrant woods are Sometime addiil to tho tiro to Hat or Itio meat. Meat that la to lip trucked nhould from tho hrlno two or thre laya before. Wing put In tho auivke-houiIf It hafe hooii curol In a tmng to oak tho plet-liriuo It will 1 In cold nator orerntiilit to prerent u of nalt from furmlnc on the out-ldrrunt when ilrnlneil. 'nhliix tho meat In tepid water and aoruhhliii: ijeun The K"iil iiractlce. with a linuli l pletT.'i ahuulil thou ho hum: up to drain for a day or two. When drained they may l huni; In tho house. All rhuuld U aujippiidiil tho ventilators and ham; no that no two plece-- i In contact, as thU would prevent ivmo iiulfurm amukliu, A alow llro may then ho atartisl, n arming up tho moat Krudiially. Our-Int- f the whiter month lu cold climates It la bpt toep) the flro col nit contlii Ually until tho amoklni; la complelo. holding tie temiKTaturu at ahoiit tho naino pilot. If tho lire li allotted tn dlu dojni, tho meal Ixi omea iuhl mid ihcTtmoke diM, not penetmto readily. Mils rexulla In heavy Kinnko on the oiit-Idi- r and very little on tint Inner nor- tloni of tlio meat, liurlnc the Kpdui; inontli and In the aumnier 11 light fire may lo atorted every iiocond or third day for two wcokx, tho moat tielng allowed tn bang In the amokolioue until aulllcloiitly tMlonsI, When tho tiro It kept going Mciullly and nil even tern pernturo la lunliilnlnrtt, twenty-fou- r to thlrty-xll hoiiM will Ik required to uot omi lot of meat. Smoke tt li'iit-lniti- ! fnizen meat, iiiul It will Ih noreaiury tn extract all fruit from It heforo llllllig tho hoii-- o. The house liiniM I io kept dark at all tliuoa to prevent flit's entering. ,a aooii ns mnokiil klilllclently tho uieat uliould ho cihiIi-ihy opening tho ventllatom or tloon. When hard and llrm It may K can-vi- i n-- l or packed ntvay for Hummer use. Proper Methods l'rcs. T J. CURTIS, Vlco Ire E. DKATIIEItAGE, s. I I k 0 0. p- 1 B Madison Tobacco Warehouse I 1 COMPANY. lncnrporttfri Near U & A. Depot. CAPITAL T. J. Curtii, $40,000.00 Ed I'. Million, Telephoncv571. Marlon'Coy, DIKECT0U3 E. C. Million, Dr. C. II. Vought. M. J. Ilailcn, E. Deathcragc. Misses Fanny McCjucrry nnd Maggie Wilson visited Min Doxle Wilson Saturday and Sunday. Mrs. Harmon's Lick ltaptl.it church realized the sum at $15.85 at their pic social Saturday night. Messrs Luther Collett anil Rufus Hos-klare planning to enter school nt Berea the first of the vear. Mioses Mne and Opal Vanhook wore guests of Misses Ester nnd Augusta Haramons Saturday and Sunday. Miss Rhoda l'nynter and Mr Osklcy Peace were married at the home of the bride, Thursday, Rev. A. C. Haird, officiating. Dally Thought Even In the .nnxletlex of life, when we nro like pilgrim walking with pcun In our shoe, still there Is the scent of (lowers, the Ming of tho birds nnd tho Mtcet light of heaven nhout our path. Grey. Ordering Meals Electrically. An t'lectrlnil aystein of ordering for lunchroom!!, club.", und hotels has been devltil. You simply pit-Nit button tthlili operateun liiMtiillod in the kitchen, telling tho Muhcn hand Just what food ou wiint. I'opulnr Science Monthly. Benefit of Deep Dreathing. Deep breathing lit all excellent preventive ngulnst catching cold or will head off one that has Juit been caught. Etorjbody ought tn take twelve deep brent In every day nnd do thin breathing outside or with windows wide open, bo the weather cold, warm, dry, damp, eleiir or cloudy. Deep breathing Is Im-- i riitito for nil snorers, cold Kufferers und chilly people. 0. SOME SALES FROM 11th '0. Aruuckle&DawaonKiUO Iba IteU.M, average $20.91 T. Ilroaddus IfMk', to 15th. Quick u rCold Relief--, '0 Kosi & Curtis 1555 lbs for $31t!.80. overage $20.38 lbs. 1.175 i 0. 3fl.K. average a).52 I.ayton& Wheeler Long & Rogers VIZ't lbs, lbs, 270.71, average lu.tffl 251.80, average I'J.23 Ilendren&llendrcn22ri0 lbs 123.80, ateragc 18.85 Teater & I'endk tun 2905 for 395.51, average 20.U8 Hcmlrcn&McQueryl2C0 lbs 2J8.82. average 19.75 average 19.00 C. J. Sowers & Son 1415lbs2CS.81, 1155 lhn for 78S.97, average 18.99 J. W. Smith lbs 632.97, average 18.35 Arbuckle&Coy 1970 lbs I k . the prompt administration ol a mildly laxative, dispersive tonic ona that will scatter tho Inflammation, remove the waste, and help Nature to build up Is usually found through resistance. Peruna is That Tonic. Its action Is What we have done for these people we can do for you. lf im " lpt I I MADISON TOBACCO WARE1 HOUSE COMPANY. I & A. Depot, Richmond, Ky Incorporated. 1 Bring your tobacco to the Madison House. The Pioneer. million pounds that has averaged nearly one-hanearly $17.00. Last sale before Xmas, Friday 22nd. Sales begin again on Wednesday 27th, but open to receive tobacco all the time. We have sold to-da- te 0. effective, and iuuseiswithoutharm-fu- l effects. Every household should keep It at hand lor thil purpose, and every catarrhal sufferer should regularly use this reliable remedy. The tablet form will be found very A tabletor Uo at the convenient. very beginning of a cold will fre quently prevent its acvciopmem, and these tablets may bo taken regularly with beneficial results. Many prefer prompt, usually very Thought There Might Be More. had nrrlved nt the homo of little John tine day. He had Jutcouio out In the; yard t.i piny when tut old friend of the family emtio by. Seeing to him: John In the yard !io "Hello, thero, Minny: I hear you have whereupon little twin ut jour : "Yes, there were two John I out, but lmiybe thero nro when mine free or four by now." Twins liou-H-,- thcliquid form fl 1 1V VA ""f11 ,or Bc"! hltr-nturyli- of tha II0IT.C. Afecrico 9 Hoth are eoofl. Yourilrufswtcaa upplyyou. Tho PERUNA CO. Columbus Ohio 4 Vers Libre. "Vor. llhre" (free terse) U so called beenuso of Its freedom from tho formal Inns governing poetic rhythm. It It by no means "new." Wit It Whitman wrote almost entirely In "free" cadences, nnd .Milton, to quote one classic example, ued what we would rail "tern llhre" In the choruses of Sum-so- n Agonlstes. The (leiiiand for "complete metrical freedom" stands out, however, ns tho most obtlous clement In "the new poejry." ., .: ::i0j0MGM:iMYx:: COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. (JAItUAltD CIRCUIT COURT. Third Street, L. 0' I widow's dower Is the half belonging to the grantors herein, there is however, to be deducted front the Adrian tract six ecrea that have heretofore been deeded and conveyed by the deceased Adrian Metcalf to J. H. Creech by deed dated - day of 19 - . and rcorded in the Garrard County Clerk's office in Deed Book V Met-calf until paid, and the further pur-pol- e to settle the estate of O. V. Calebbs, deceased, and pay the cost of lDl.1), this action. TEItMS. The property will be sold on a credit of. six nnd twelve months and the purchaser will be required to execute bonds with approved security, due in six and twelve months respectively, nnd bearing interest at the rate of six per cent per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment upon which execution may issue, payable to W. II. Drown, Master Commissioner of the Garrurd Circuit Court, and a lien will be reserved upon the property sold until all the purchase money is paid. W. It. DISOWN. M. C. G. C. C. lot Adrian Metcult's Ailmr. VS. I'laintilT. Adrian Metcalf's Mrs. et ul, Defts. nnd l'laintiir, A. Smith. VS. Ixjuise lAiuis, et al, Defendants. (Conohdiittd Cases). Pursuant to a judgment rendered at the Not ember Term, lull!, the undersigned Cointnimioner will sell at public auction to the highest and best bidder before the Court llous.i door in Lan caster. Ky, at 11 o'clock, A. M. 'or thereabouts, on MONDAY, DKCI'.MUKIt 25th. 19IU, it being the lirnt day of the Uarrnrd County Court Term the real estate mentioned in uiu pleauings unil Hi follows: In Uiurard County. Kentucky, on the waters of White l.irk Creek and is in three different tracts, which aio us follows: 1st Tract. Iteginning at u atone in line to l'arker Anderson and Jonuthun Creeili; thence with Creech S N'iJ E 13.05 chains S 05 E 1 chain to it stake, corner lu same. N M E 2.25 chains to a point in a bluff N 9J E l.tKi chains to the edge of the chll S l.'l E 5.08 chains to a stake and Curlier to same and l'arker Anderson; thence with his line S 77) V 10.05 chums to a point in branch; thtnee un same and with its meanders S Hi E 8 chain tu a point In said brunch and corner to same; thence leuving said branch N 87i W 11.82 chains to an ash, corner to same, N 7J E 13 OS chains to tho beginning, containing 20.95 acres. 2nd. Tract; Iteginning ut a stake in White I.ick Cre.k, corner to John Davis; thence down said Creek N 34 W 21.90 H)les, N 2J W 20 poles N 05 W 12 poles to a stake in suid creek, corner to l'retl Yeakey and the Heat Heirs. S 771 W 71 poles to a stake in McCormick llruncii; thence up sunt brunch with its meanders S I E 20 Kilcs S 32 E 33.30 poles to u stake in tho branch, N 88 W 17 (Miles to it sn.nll ush, corner to Elius Smith, S 82 W 30 iwles tu it stake, corner to J. U. Creech; thence with suid Creech the following courses and distances S 10 W 48. ft) poles S 45 E 1 pole S 71 E 5 poles N 87 E 09 poles to a black walnut corner to same, S 77 E 8 poles to a point in branch; thenco up said branch S 11 E ID poles S 4 E 9 poles S 1W 10 (Kilos S 25 W 7.28 Voles to u stake corner to John Creech and John Davis: thence with Baid Duvil N 89J KS&i poles to the beginnmg.contain-In- g in tract No 1 and 2. the said two tracts adjoining, about 100 acres. 3rd. Tract. Is the one half of a 37 acre tract of knob land convened to Win. Ulgginbotham's heirs by Commissioner s deed bearing date August 10, 1W3, and recorded in the Clerk's ollice of d'arratd County in Deed Hook No. tl, at page 458, and the boundary of tho whole truct is as follows; at the corner of tho dower: thence with the dower lino S 35 E 75 poles to u white oak, corner to dower, N 651 E 82.25 poles to a white oak. corner to tho old dower line. N 35 W 73 poles to 2 voung chestnut oaks, corner toI!olcombS65! W 821 poles to the beginning, containing 37 acres to be equally divided, line commencing on llolcomb'a line running S 35 E to the back line or outside line of Holcomb tract, tho half of same that joins the Silo Anchors. to secure Tlieko anchor aro u-tviKHleii slavo alios to n coucrele liao. Two fornw iiroahowu. In ouch of which Ifilf ti tlio urnis uro at an unglo of lily (o each other. They uro bolted to cue! i stavo and uro futeiied to lurgo bolts luibctlded III tho couercto huso. Agricultural Digest. Wlnttr Traa Protacllon. (J. J. QarJner, CoIoraJu station. Thero h usually leas dunger of inlco girdling trees In a cultivated than lu a d orchard, rartlculiirly (pr young orchards this Is 0110 of tho best arguments for the practice of cultivation. However, thero la ulwuya cuougli dau ger from ralco and rabbits iractlcully everywhere to inako It advlsahlo to furuUh aoino klud of protection through tuo winter, iteternl mcthoili aro satisfactory. Tho aliuploat for mlco Is to tread tho snow with tlio feet about each tree, being careful not to Injure tho bark. Generally something further Is necca- mry. I.nto lu tho full tho trees may wrapped with wood veneer strips. 1 Tract So, and No. 2. will be sold together and tract No. 3 will be sold separately. The purpose of the sale is to lettle the estate of Adrian Metcalf, deceased. TEItMS; 'lho property will be sold upon n credit of six and twelve months and the purchaser or purchasers will be required to execute bond with approved security for the purchase money, due in six nnd twelve months respectively, and Clearing interest nt the rate of "bix per cent per annum from date until paid, having the force and effect of a judgment, upHaving sold my farm I will sell to the on which execution may issue, payable tn W 11 llrourn Mmlur rjitntnifiinniir highest bidder on the premises, three Garrard Circuit Court and a lien will be miles east of Danville on the Lancaster reserved upon the property sold until I pike, on all tho purchase money is paid. THURSDAY. DEC. 23, 1910, W. II. IlItOWN. M. C. G. C. C. ! beginning at 9 o'clock n. m. the folJ. E. Itobinson. Att'y for I'llf. lowing Live Stock, Farming Implements, Household und Kitchen Furniture. Hay nnd Corn. LIVE STOCK- -1 pair coming horse mules, good workers. One coming mare rr.ule, blocky kind; 2 aged family mares, will work anytvnere. 1 coming combined mare, good roadster, 10 head GA UK A III) CIRCUIT COUUT. extra good 1000 lb. feeding cattle. E. J. Thistler, et ul, riaintiffs 3 prolific brood sows, farrowing 1 pigs VS. each. 30 ahoats, weighing from 75 to Defendants 100 pounds. II. C. Ruble, et ul Consolidated Cases and IMI'LEMENTS-- 1 Deering binder G. W. Calebb's Admr et id, I'lffs. good shape; 1 Deering Mower, good VS. shape; 1 Corn I'lanter, 1 Old Hickorv Defts, Wugon, good shape; 1 Fodder Wagon, Dora Calebbs et ul, 1'ursuaut to u judgment of the Gar- 1 Cultivator, 2 Cultivators, 1 rard Circuit Court, rendered ut the Double Shovel. 1 Disc Harrow, 1 November Term 11)10, the undersigned Smoothing Harrow, 1 nice light (.ommieioner will sell at public auction 1 steel tire Huggy, 1 rubber tiro to the highest and best bidder, on the premises near Kuenu Vista 'uud about Runabout, 1 Hay Rake, Wagon Harfour and one half miles from llryants-vill- e ness, etc. Kv, at 2 o'clock I'. M. or thereHOUSEHOLD und KITCHEN FURabouts on NITURE-1 large hull stove Radiant SATURDAY, DECEMI1ER 30, 1910, Home, 1 Bmall dining room stove, 1 the real estate mentioned In the plead- kitchen range .Malleable, 1 coal oil ings uud described us follows. stove, I side boaid, churns, crocks, In Gurruul County, Ky., ut Duenu Vita. beginning nt un usli stump, line milk cans, lumps, etc. Some corn, balof J, W. Scott, u corner tu II. S. Smith ed timothy hay, fodder, etc. now t'oor, on the land now herein conl'OULTRY Lot of Silver Wyandotte veyed: thence N. 89J W U7.7 poles to u Clucks, Hronze Turkeys, I'ekin Ducks, stone In the lines of II. S. Smith, now Guineas, etc. l'oor, a corner to Margaret Robinson; Sale begins promptly at 9 a. in. thence N 125 poles to a Btone in the old llarrodsburg Dirt Road; thence 03 E Terms liberal and made known o.i day 10,4 poles to the Dryantsville und Cane of sale. J. ED ALLEN. thenco N 02 E 311 It. Run Turnpike-Roadlioles; thence N 08 E 41,1 poles N 80 E 15$ poles to tlio Northwest corner of HARMONS LICK. the Methodist parsonage, but directly oiKisite Northwest comer of store room, on me iiryuntsviue una iane Mrs. Will Croushorn is very ill. Hun Turnnike Road: thence S 80 E 2 Miss Doxle Wilson was in Dercu (totes S 62 W 1 pole: thence S 8 E 7 poles; thence N 80 E 11 poles; thence Monday. S 78i poles to tho center of the Mr. Herschel Spuligler spent the und 1'ork Dirt Road, corner to week end with home folks. the land conveyed bv C J. Spillman to 41 per cent. Cotton Seed Meal for J, C. England; thence S 2 W 27 poles to the beginning, containing 'JJ i acres. sale. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. The purpose of this sale is to satisfy Miaa Mae Vanhook is visiting her the debts of E. J. Thistler for 11801.48 with Interest at C per cent, from Jan. uncle, Mr. Larkin Vanhook of Lancas, 1, 11115, also debl of Citizens Dank of ter. llurcin Kv for S1&01.48 with Interest at Mr. J. C. Wilson, who has been conG per cent from Jan. 1st 1915. also the debt of Lena Fuller for $1801.48 with fined to his room for some time is Im interest at G per cent from Jan. 1st, proving. 1 page- - . PUBLIC SALE! COMMISSIONER'S SALE OF LAND. 1 The Orange In Spain. It Is considered a very healthful thing to tut nn nrunge before brrtik-fns- t. LOWELL Hut who can out nit orange well! One must go to Spain tn see that done. The sick of this community tire c The senorlta cuts off the rind with her valescing. silver knife; then, putting herfork InMrs. E. E. White had n valuable milk to the peeled fruit, she detaches every night by the train. morsel with her pearly teeth and concow killed Mr. Jim llutner made a business trip tinues to out the orange without losing a drop of tho Juice und lays down to Lancaster Saturday. the core with the fork still tu It. Mr. John I. liiown was a visitor in Lancaster Friday. Mr. Tom Rogers, wife and twin boys, Same Old Stuff. with Mr. and .Mr J. spent the week-enA letter from u Hub) Ionian muster J. W. Anglin. to his .servant 2.200 years beforo Miss Ida Hurte closed the first term Christ, has been translated ut the UniFriday versity of Pennsylvania. An accurate of her school nt Sycamore last report of Its contents "lias not yet and is now willi the homefolks, Is the tenor this ollice, hut Miss Ethel Mne Davis left Friday for reached "MyGooVlMan:this Owing to tho of It: a week's visit with relatives in Livings- proM'tit high prices lu raw materials, ton and Dond. und lucldcutulty the consequent exMr. Enos Davis of Richmond spent penses tif operation, It Is Impossible several 'Jays the last week with Mr. ut present to give you the Increase In salary you asked for. Do not despair, Alex Lvttle und family. however. Good service never goes unMr. and Mrs. M. G. Lee spent a few rewarded. The Doss." days last week with relatives in Rich mond. ( Job for a Versatile Man. Mesdames John Davis and Forest According to it London paper, the Centers spent a very enjoyable day Lady's Muguzlne for 178!) contnlned the Monday with Mrs. Sterling Davis. following advertisecomprehensive Mesdames Will Hurte and It. F. Far ment: "Wiintcd, for it sober family, n son and Miss I'earl I'arson were guests man of light weight who fours the Lord und can drive it pair of horses. Monday of Mrs Win. Hurt. He must occasionally wait at table, It is reported tiiat the new store Join lu household prayer, look after house owned by Mr. Enos Davis will be horses, and rend it chapter lu the occupied by the first of the year. He must rise ut seven lu the Kiss Emma hinnard and her niece. morning, obey Ids muster and mistress Mrs. Lena Drown will move to Rich In till lawful commands, uud If he cuu mond this week, much to the regret of dress hiiir, sing psalms, und play ut crlbbnge, so much the better. Wuges. their many friends here. fifteen guineas u year," 41 per cent. Cotton Seed Meal for Hudson, Hughes & Hainan, sale. d o. V HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. e Car-rmg- e, ; This Agreement Witnesseth; That in order to protect the game on our lands for a perioj of three years we Mis. Jay McGee, ol Steph"For bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor cnville, Texas, writes: nine (9J years, I suffered with permit anybody else to do so. and wo "womanly trouble. I had terfurther agree to prosecute with dill rible headaches, and pains In genco ull persons who violate the game my back, etc. It seemed as II laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our I would die, I suffered so. At lands for the purpose of hunting. Ana Ust, I decided to try Cardul, we further agree to act as Deputy the woman's ton!:, and It Game W aniens for the purpose of carhelped me right away. The rving out this agreement. Except each full treatment not only helped of us have the right to kill rubbits on me, but it cured me." our ."anna or permit it to be done by another under our supervision, or the TAKE supervision of some responsible und reliable person sclec'ed by us. This November 15th, 1915. R. U Elkin, J. E. Robinson, J no. M. Farru, W. II. Drown, W. II. Durton. Alex Walker. Haseldon Dros., T. A. Elkin. Ttia Woman's Tonic F. M. Tind.T, J. II. DHlton, Logan Hubble, John 11. Smith, Cardul helps women in lime .1. N. Ross, G, M. Deshon, ol greatest need, because it Fisher Herring, II. D. Cox, contains Ingredients which act Hughes Dros, J. W. Sweeney, specifically, yet gently, on the Withers Dros. W. M. Mahan. womanly organs. weakened William, Marcus an J Jim White. So, if you feel discouraged, II. F. Wilmot, unable to J. D. I'ope, blue, Mrs. David Chenault, ITsf do your household work, on Fred J. Conn, W. R. Cook, account cl your condition, clop J. tV. Elmore, T. C. Rankin. Huffman Dros, worrying and give Cardul a Sam Cotton, Win, G. Anderson. trial. It has helped thousands T. M. Arnold, Jr. ol women, why cot you? W. D. Moss E-It. E. Henry. TryCarduL Jno. M. White, A. D. Dradshaw, Dright Herring. R. L. Darker. Scott Huffman Wm. ant Lizzie Onstott. "Cured" 15 Cardiii I ra, 'I If-- . V IS The Central Record, Thursday, December 21, 1916. CHINCH BUG IK 1917. '1' iFARMER'S COLUMN brlow Ihli liaadtnuU fot the eicln of ourlarmeraubacrltora, and 1 lor the m1 ol atock, nam and inch Ihtnra on larm at Ihe farmer raunot afford to adrer lltr. No notice will be cemte1 orer lonr tlnta. and will bf only In 'wo litnra of the tcosn. I rve of chart4na- v iff uh On? JersMjv cnw and calf; also two good cows, will bp fresh in a few days. S. G. HaseUfon. For Sale; For Sale; Sow and pIrj an1117 shoBts T. Y. Conn. t. For Sale. propcrtj"Mustlbe (iood twoVroomt'cottage foil f!rnt moved nt Jonco or It. D. Klmore. torn down. tra FOR SAI,E:-Kxmare mule. 12.14-3- T"1 :i'alnt . good yearling I.. King. Lick. Itoete 3. Free, a lot'of wood to any Jonefwho rill haul while ground is firm. O. W. Estes. Keenwood Stump FOR puller. Good as new and will sell cheap. Ollie Johnson. SALE:-- A Tor Sale; Twotthorolireil Hereford Weight 400 to 000 pounds. """J. A. Owens. Crab Orchard, Route 2. hull cilves.-Phone 374-It- .t This Psst la Thrtatanlng Naxt Crop. Judging from tbo numerous complaint being received, It seems evident tnat chinch bug are threatening next year's crops. They teem to be most abundant In tbo central part of Missouri. Throughout most of the com and wheat belts of the state there are probably enough bugs to cause severe outbreaks next year If weather conditions should be especially favorable for them. A dry fall and mild winter, with little snow nud rnln, followed by a dry spring and summer, are the conditions which will favor the pest Since It Is net possible to know what the coming winter and spring may have In store In the way of favorable or unfavorable weather every farmer should do everything possible to reduce the chance of chinch bug Injuries next Kiimiuer by getting rid of favorable winter quarters. Chinch bugs winter In dry, protected pastures and waste land, In woods, neglected fence rows and similar places. Very few winter In cornfield') or In whentflelds. After killing frosts have come select a dry day, when there Is not too much wind, mid burn over Held, woods and other favorable winter quarters. The heat will kill many of, the hugs and expose the res to the winter and to natural enemies, This pest ran be fought successfully only twice during the your namely, while clustered In winter quarters and while migrating from wheat to corn In the summer. Missouri Station. places-meado- ws, ttt THE OPENING SALE AVERAGED FOR THE DAY NO CROP AVERAGED $17.66 Per Hundred LESS THAN $14.55 PER 100 LBS. NO BASKET SOLD FOR LESS THAN i j $10.00 PER 100J.BS Sales close for holidays, Friday. Dec 22nd, and open Wednesday December 27th, 1 ill ft. MorniiiR sale nt Home House December 27Hu A FEW SALES DURING THE WEEK, Ttissey Brother. 1970 pounds nt ?22.58 Totnl $ 15.0!). 1 Lljje Long "28.5 pounds nt 521.17 Total $01201 15 J. W. Smith. 835 pounds nt 22.12 Total 189.18. Droaddus & Ajjee 21 $'.'10.01 pounes nt 19.07 Total 12.30 We will he open to recjic Hume &. Kenrns, 1200 pounds nt $10.57. Total tobacco during the holiduys nt any time. THE HOI TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Incorporated. CO. Richmond, Kentucky. FOR SALE. Mr W. I). Walker has Sanitary Hoghouit. Though the character tinially aacrlb. some nice White Leghorn roosters he to will selljyou worth the monev. IJ ed no swine Is one which gives little or consideration to eleanllnesa, still ff Pairof six year old mules. Price tight. the hog Is an animal which will re""sIiud"Pollard1 4 miles on Lex, pike. spond very quickly Indeed to clean surroundings. The building, should be t. so built Hint Its construction will per- aatwrir rffitrrrn'l Fjr Sale Eight 'extra good yearling mare mules, will sell cheap if sold now. Zs72wrLTKinR. R7r"D3: Paint Lick, Ky. Loit: OnOaolier Court day I laid a raincoat in n buggy, on the public square thnl'mistake. Liberal reward .1. M. Wheeler, if returned to 12-Lanraster Ky. Route 1. 4jM! FOR SALE;-- A number 1, good milk cow. Freshen few da s. W. G. Clark. mit of cleaning and thorough disinfecting. TliW mean smooth walla and floors, for If crevices exist they are only harbors for dirt nnd vermin. On account of the anatomical construction of the hog Its breathing, eating and drinking tire done cloc to the ground nnd close to a thousand knurvpi of in. fectlon. This makes It all the more necessary that its living quarters bo cleaned as often and as thoroughly at possible. K. Kkhlnw, Illinois Station. j An Announcement and as. n Invitation of real importance to you! to announce that we have contracted to sell the Maxwell Car in this territory. We have selected the Maxwell because we believe that it comes nearer to being the ideal car for the average family than any other on the market. 'We were aslcetl by various manufacturers to represent them in this territory, and before we made a decision we considered them all carefully, comparing the cars point by point, and making sure of the right choice, because you realize that taking the agency for a car means the same to us as the buying of a car does to you.:. And we believe it is worth while for us to give you our reasons for the decision we made. First we found the Maxwell complete in every possible detail. The engine is modern, simply built, yet extremely powerful and durable. The car is light in weight, but sturdily constructed. There is an abundance of speed. The operation of the car is simple and easy. The light weight and great power, of course, mean economy in gasoline and oil. Point by point the Maxwell is equal or superior to most cars selling for a few hundred dollars more. There is style, plenty of room for the full number of passengers which each model is rated to carry, and unusual comfort. We were gratified to find these features so pronounced in a low priced car. The equipment is also complete. There is electric starter and electric lights, demountable rims, one man top, windshield everything he motorist needs for convenience and comfort. And so when we found how the Maxwell compared in all these points then considered the price of $595 several hu idred dollars lower than any other car offering the same advantages, we were satisfied that it was the best car to sell, because it must be the car that people will want. We arc fully equipped to give prompt nnd satisfactory service to Maxwell owners and we arc in a position to make immediate deliveries. We will tell you more about the Maxwell in future advertisements but meanwhile we invite you to visit our salesroom and arrange for a demonstration nt your convenience. We are enthusiastic about the Maxwell but no more so than you will be when you are acquainted with it. 1 1 A Coop For Sitting Hens. Use a heavy goods Inx, nliout l'J b. 2i Inches being a good size for n coop "By the'firat ofJMarch, there will be for a single hen. Make n leaked roof, I lie roof so as shown, hinging one-hal- f more money in the banks of the Hurley that it muy bo lifted and the hen anil crowing sections of tiic State than there has ever been before", said W S. Dudley, of Carlisle, Saturday, "and there Will be a greater general pro: WE arc pleaded perity among Kentucky farmers baa ever beer seen here. than I PAINT LICK Miss Nail Rice spent the week-en- d in Richmond. Mrs. D. M. Lear has been in Louisville the pastweek. Miss SMarylLear is the 'guest ot Z3HI1" friendsn Louisville.' Mr. Edwin Walker is at home for the Christmas vacation from M. M. I. Mrs. W. C. Hedrick spent the past weck'with her mother, Mrs. G. W. Rice. Mr. John'.White'of Nicholaville, has been the guest of his daughter, Mrs. I!. G. Woods. Mrs. A. G. Dotner and son, Harold, are visiting her parents, Mr and Mrs. J. D. Ilurchell. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Logsden (and Mies the eggs examlued from time to time. This will be handy when the eggs are hatching, us the nest can be examined without moving the hen. The inclostire Is of chicken wire and has a board au Inch in thickness at the bottom to Btrengtheu It. Tut In fresh water and food each lay. After the chickens ure batched they may, If It be preferred, be left there Jo grow up. This coop Is easy to cIonc, us It has a trapdoor lu place of the usual side door. In n bigger coop of this sort the nest may be taken out as tho chickens grow and roosts put lu. This makes a sanltnry, portable coop that can be kept free from mites. Farm Progress. v I i v. rain-visio- n I Geneva, were guests of Mrs Sophia Headway, Sunday. Rooms for Rent. all conveniences for light housekeeping. Mis. W. F. l'urks. The young people in the neighborhood enjoyed a sleigh ride on Monday night given by Mr. Cabel Arnold. Mrs. A. II. Wynn and little daughter Mary Ilain will spend the holidays with Mrs. Wynn'a parents at Layman. Quality and Service First. Try a sack of our HUh Frade Fiour. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau Mrs. Alary Galloway has returned to her home in Lexington after a visit t6 her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Fish. Misses Ellen Walker and Itertha Harp teachers in Kirkaville High School were guests of Mrs Arthur Riddel), Friday. Miss Lulu McWhortir is at home for the holiday from Howling Gren where shu his been for the past few months. The pou office haj been moved into the vacant rcotn that was formally used 'as an ice cream parlor by Mr. J. M, . Metcalf. Mr. und Mrs. Labau Kirk, who have V,i.an ananiNntr ama t!mi tulth M . u.,1 .,, W.,..iftti.lifl ........ . ... . n Aicnnorier, murneu .tu Airs. fe. their home in I'ainUville, Tuesday, IF ACCIDENT I OR SICKNESS THE REX OARAGE CO. Incorporated. SHOULD 5UDDEKLY STRIKE HOW FAR IS THE DOCTOR ? ?? Walter Hammack, Manager. your home is in the next room. This means prompt assistance, relief from pain, life saved. Are 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-priceless., With a telephone In 'r i. i BASTJN TELEPHONE COMPANY- - 4 Mary May and Elizabeth Walker will arrive Saturday from Mt. Oarmel. Illinois, to spend the holidays with their parents Mr. and Mra. Woods Walker. Miss Elizabeth Best has returned from a pleasant visit with Mrs. Laura Wanton In Richmond and while there attended reception given by the Club at the home of Mrs. M. C. Misses n and have a representative call and tell you how little it costs to have a telephone in your, house. Touring Car I.- - Roadster Cabriolet F, $580 - $865 O. U. $595 Town Car Sedan mnd $915 $985 including Dttroit BUetrlo compltly Sluttr quJpptt Ughlt Western Electric TELEPHONES, (uarantre jou best ervlcJ TUMI Kellogg.