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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 8, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917020801_sn86069201 These pages may be freely searched and displayed. Permission must be received for subsequent distribution in print or electronically. Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 8, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 $IMLS This electronic text file was created by Optical Character Recognitio n (OCR). No corrections have been made to the OCR-ed text and no editing has be en done to the content of the original document. Encoding has been done through an automated process using the recommendations for Level 1 of the TEI in Librar ies Guidelines. Digital page images are linked to the text file. THE CENTRAL RECORD. TWENTY SEVENTH YEAR. LANCASTER. KY., THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 8, 1917. SWINEBROAD THE' NUMBKR 45. CITY FATHERS hold regular meeting, -- CONN BROTHERS. REAL ESTATE MAN. Hardware. Lancaster, Ky., Feb. 1, 1917. Mr. Z. A. .'ones, One can hardly think of Helling or buying a piece of land without think. Ing of Mr. G. II. Swim-broad- , v.lio linn become known over I lie county and state, ai the real estate man of Gar rani county. Ilia advertisement appears in thin issue of the Record and J. will tie seen 'Very week containing some splendid farms and city property that lie will lie glad at any time to show you. Itead Ilia ad on the hack when Many permits are granted. E. ROBINSON RESIGNS. SUCCEEDS G. HIM B. SWINEBROAD THE UNIVERSAL CAR There's nothing of guessing or speculation in regard to Ford cars. Their practial value is being daily demonstrated by more than 1,750,000 Ford owners representing every phase of human activity. Ford Service for Fdrd Owners is as universal and reliable ns the car itself. Dependability and economy in car nnd service. Better buy your Ford today you want it and it will serve you every day, winter and summer. Touring Car S3G0, Runabout $345, Coupelet $505, Town Cor $595. Sedan $015 f. o. b. Detroit. We solicit your order. HASELDEN BROS. As City Attorney. Lancaster. Ky. Ucnr Sin-- Tim Pge. corrugated on the EXTRA SESSION CALLED FOR Mold Hoard is back side giving it additional strength and service, and it requires 10 pounds more to break it on a testing machine than an ordinary one. The curve or design of a moldboard is such thai it jjivea u light draft, and leaves the soil in right shape for future cultivation. FEBRUARY 14 Will Consider Revenue and Taxation Conn DG The ground shadow. hog Brothers. 11111 11 LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. DC Gov. A. 0. Stanley ha issued a call for the General Assembly to convene at Frankfurt Wednesday, February II, for the "o!e purpose of considering the subject of revenue and taxation." Thin is the first time in twelve years that the Kentucky General Assembly has lieen convened in special session. Gov. W. O. Ilradley called it to elect a United States Senator, and Gov. J, C. W lleckham called it three times, in 11MH) tit pais nil elector law, in I'M to locate the new Capitol and in l'JUG tn tax the rectified spirits. It is limited to sixty working das in which to complete its labors. certainly saw bis BLIZZARD HERE SUNDAY. SPEARS AND SON Share Profits With Employees: A message from l'sris, Ky, to the Conner Journal a few dajs ago nil nounced that Spears and Son. the noted hemp dealers had distributed about $1 O1) among its employees as part of the profits shared by this firm in the last year. Mi. Henry Cox, of this county who has been with the linn for the past five vears, got a good slice of this pie nnd his friends have been congratu lating him upon his good fortune. Mr Cox has bought already for the firm Germany will need another pair of en legs ll she tackle- - Uncle Sam. - Northern White Seed Oats, SOc pir ' 'iarrard - Milling Co. - Wheal Middlings. Hye Middling', Ship Slufl.W) percent ITolein laimage for sale by Hudson. Hughe Sl I arnau 1 The climax of all th.t cold spells ex perienced around here this winter was reached last Sundav morning, when the thermometnr droped from 10 above to t lielow in le Su than IH hours. wa, ,,,e rilnn.,. ,llllt frW ,.,,!,, were prepared for it and the result was tial wM,r ..j.,,.,, Wl.. fr0I,. up nd une, s almost ut u standstill all day last Monday. Our vestcl will no longer resemble CoIriJge's "painte ship iixin a paintDR. AMON NAMED. ed sea", they will no longer be idle, In naming the committee to investihut owing to the high cost of paint, gate the University of henlucky. Govcan we paint them? ernor Stanley has honored our local lied, Alsike and Sapling ("lover seed, trustee. Dr. J. A. Anion, who is one is Timothy, Ky ltlue Grass nnd Orchard one of the trustees of the University. Grass for sale. Others who will serve with Dr Anion Hudson, Hughes .tr'arnuu. are. J. A. I.le, New Vork. II. M. Krohman, Lexington, J. N. Turrcr, Mr. S. Immanura, the Japanese stu- I'aintaville, A. G Gordon. Ixiuisville. dent, who was advertised to speak un last Sunday, but on account of the bad wealhel was postponed, will speak this GUARDING AGAINST DISEASE Sunday night at the Christian church. looking to the future good health of proved a better the community and knowing that fliea The ground-boweather prophet than the Weather are one of the greatest breeder of disIlureau, when the latter predicted ease, the local health ollicer has notified "warmer" for what turned out to be the Hoard of Kducation that septic the worst blizzard wo have bad in years privies must be built at all the public schools of the county. While this or- ... .. , Sunday our thermometers the i . SIUV., 1trV Nliu iwiimi IM.l .1 1" ,,, uir it will no doubt be carried out to the matter of slumps, dropping from IIS letter by the official board of the public hours, out-d.- about one million imunds of hemp and is receiving it daily at their warehouse near the depot. .Messrs Siears cock; havu no better man to look after their interests in Garrard county, than Mr, Cox. who beside being a splendid gen tleman, is a good judge of hemp and has by his honest and square dealings, made many friends among the hemp The regular monthly meeting of the city council was held at the Police court room last Monday night and business of much importance was passed upon. Those present being Mayor 1.. G. Dav idson, and counciln.en, J. II. Daltoti, W. M. Zancne. Sam Cotton, W. O. Goodloe, K. P. Gregory, the only ab sent member being Dr. J. A. Amon. After the reading of the last minutes, Mr. W. K. Champ filed his report as Treasurer of the city funds. The January salaries' of the various city officers was then allowed, beside the usubI number of claims against the city. The granting of u permit to Haselden Ulus, for a fireproof garage to be erected on Lexington street, on the lot known us the Singleton lot, was then taken up and argued pro and con by attorneys representing the residents und Haselden Ilriilhers aid which had been brought up ut several previous meetings, was finally granted, Goodlue, Cotton, ard Dalturi, voting yes, Gregory Several other permits not voting. were granted, one to the Ilex Garage for a concrete building adjuining the present one on Stanford street, other )ermits for several residences were likewise grunted. Mr. D. A. Thomas who uudited the books of Mr. liuck, made his report which was accepted, the books proving Mr. to be in sutijfuctory condition. Huck usKed permission to buy ten more water meters, which was granted. Owing to other urgent busimss which takes up moat of his tune, Mr. J. K. Robinson who has served us city attorney for the past four years sent in his resignation to take effect at once. Ihe resignation was accepted! and a committee appointed to draft suitable resolutions, extending the thanks of the entire council for the 'a-mi- I CAR FOR EVERY MILE. REX GARAGE efficient work done by Mr Itobinson growers of the county. during his service' as their attorney und that the same be spread upon the minutes of the board. The question of a successor to Mr. Itobinson was then taken up and upon RELATIONS WITH ., T above to 4 below zero Who says we haven't in ix climate. The announcement by Germany on Wednesday last of Its intentions to resume lawless submarine warfare was, in many wajs, one of the most momentous pieces of news that ever flashed ucross the i cean cable. A wuve of Intensely cold weather lias been passing over northern Kurope making the operations of war dillicult and interfering with the moving of supplies. In spite of this, lighting has gone on ut every front, in general, favorable to the Allies. made u lively demand for passports for the German The American press " changeable schools. BOYLE'S WEALTH recapitulation of lloyle county's assessment for the year 1917 by County Assessor John S. Ilauchuni shows an increased valuation of the county's real and ersonal proierty tothe extent of J75O.CO0. In I '.Hi; (here whs iiniirnv. imateley I9,G0U,(HH) of assessable realty nn'1 Persoimlv in the county. This year there win $lll,S:W,Kl, 111.70:1 ucrcs of land, with improvement, valued at while the total valuation of city property was !f2.727,8.. A MANUEL-BAEIRLEI- ' Ainmisaiioruuer me i.o.huii.h ims- - Tlm ,lmrrlU(, ,,f Mr Charlie ltueir ... iii i ,ij.. m.,,i i i: sacre. no nu men on niiun iireim J, butter longer than he bad any reason , , t , M,loJl9l ,,:.rso,mH to expect. He will now have to gel III ,...,..., T. the bread Hue with those he left be ', officiating. The Wedding came as hind. quite u surprise, as only a few of thur On the doorway of an Italian rallied-r.i- l inuniaie menus Knew ot their up. Mr. Heeirlein aru three inscriptions. The first, be- prouching marriage. neath an arch of roses reads us follows; conducts u restiiuriiiit near the depot "All that pleases is but for n mom and is a deserving ami industrious ent," the second, beneath u eross, "All business man, having built up a nice that troubles is but for a moment;" trade by his honest and ruiueientious iiml under the main urch, "That only dealings. is Important which is eternal " ,.,,...., .,... Tlie Ilerlin chancellor indicates he was opposed to submarine warfare hist The mull for HrudforiNville Tuesday spring and full for the very good reason afternoon was taken to thut pluco in u th.it there were not enough submarines to do the work, which reminds us of hearse, and us it represented the nc. threedays the heurse wus cumulation When the Devil was nick the Devil a )fitmnt..t.ilv of M ...I u.....ti..t " ,1... i "" ..r monk would be". Now that they feel snow making the roads practically Im- enough to do their deadly they have passable llradfordsvslle received no work, a "Devil of u monk is he", million Sunday, Monday or Tuesday Wneu you get reckless and start out 'until into that afternoon, when a loca' on u mad race to pay your bills, just firm sent one of iti hersea there to be Our used ut u funeral. When It was going remember the Itecord olllce. liockets are long, lean and empty, we to de sent over that afternoon arrange-toare showing signs of declining men- - inents were made to have the mail tality and advancing senility when It brought over In it. The Incident Is comes to bills, but we have to reinem-be- r characteristic of the enterprising spirit the coal man.and our office force of the people of that progressive town, whether wo want to or not. If the and it might be said that although they supplies we hive to buy, continue to up, were cirried in the hearse none of the we will hive to get a balloon and go up letters were dead letters. Lebanon Enterprise. with them unless our patrons pay us. 111 i I o HEARSE AS MAIL WAGON , perfectly familiar with the duties of this iniiortant oilice. Mr. It. II. Tomlinson was given German Minister Handed His Passports. twenty days in which to remove the bricks from the public square, such President Wilson has broken oIT di- notice having been served upon him by plomatic relations with Germany and the street committee composed of W. warned the Kaiser that ruthless sacri- O. Goodloe and Sam Cotton. fice of American lives and rights meant A motion that an ordinance be nassed war to require resident owners to have all ' !, Similar action is waiting for Austria snow removed from the sidewalks, was when she notifies this government that defeated. she joins in the campaign of unrestrict The twenty year Electi ic Light, Heat ed submarine warfare. The President nnd Power franchise, granted to H. V. made furinal announcement of this Ilustin, wus given its firrt reading as Mctlt"1 10 the C0UI'fy " to the world required by law, on motion duly made Saturdav ut a ioint session nf ('iiMf.riiaa and seconded the same was ordered I assports have been handed to Count read for the second time ut the adjourn von iicrnstorir. Ambassador Gerard ed meeting of the council, on February with all his stair and ull American con- 12th. suls have been ordered out of Germany. No further business before the board All German consuls in the United Stat- the meeting; adjour ed to meet Keb'y es are expected to withdraw that the 12th 11)17. severance) of telationsinuy be complete. American diplomatic inteiests in Iter-tiTIMELY SUGGESTIONS. have been turned over to Spain; German diplomatic interests in the On the second page of this issue will United States have been taken over by always be found the advertisement of Switzerland, foreign diplomatic in- Mr. J. H. Stormes. In this issue he terests which the United States hud in has some timely suggestions that will charge in Germany have been tumid be'well worth , joui time to road. over to vurious neutral. Two years of diplomatic negotiation, marked with frequent crises, und at- J. BRUCE LAWSON CANDI-- 1 tended with the loss of more than 2(H) American lives on the high seal, huv DATE FOR CLERK. culminated with un act which in ull the histoiy of all the world has ulwuyp led! We are thN week uiim'UMLiuu to war. hvery a; eney of the American nrUtft. I.awson for the nomination for government has heen set in mution to t.utv t.ourt dork, subject to the protect the country against ucts of u.i.),n .if Lis nartv ut H... nn. German sympathizers. These moves mary. There is no young democrat in ure of necessity being kept the county who has more friends than With the notice of severance i f dl- - ,as .Mr I.uwson. He is sober, moral i'.i.. nlomatic relations the United States iiiiui iDi'iiiiHT mm t.tiu.v ull ifiuvi' iui ll. r ..i ....... .1 . 11. ..II.. .. t.. iiiu noiiviiiii i u... mi .1... i... -. I.ho keeks he has the nua itv of he nc mediate release of til Americans taken K)lite and uc'conimo lating. He served from ships captured by German raiders as deputy while Judge C. A. Arnold in the South Atlantic. was sherilf, which gives him u large At the request of the President, Con- acquaintance in the county. He is the gress immediately after Inuring his ad- fourth entry for the coveted prize of dress began work on new laws framed county clerk. With his acknowledged by the Department of Justice to check popularity und qualifications we have conspiracies, and plots against the no doubt that lie will make a good United States which can not now be showing in what promises to be one of reached under existing statutes. the hotly contested county races at the The question of convoying American August primary. merchant ships through the submarine blockade has been taken up and is beHeavy White Northern Seed Oats. ing considered as one of the next moves High Germination. by this government. Hudson, Hughes & Farniu, ALT. PREPARING FOR WAR. n i i motion of Mr. Goodloe and seconded by Mr. Zanone, Mr. G. U. Swinebroadwas nominated and unanimously elected. GERMANY SEVERED. The selection of Mr. Swinebroad seems to be a popular one as he bad served in U. S. WILL STRIKE AT FIRST OVERT this capacity several years ago and is Today many of onr roads carry a moEnlarges Its Floor Space. tor traffic far in excess ot the total traffic of nil classes carried 12 years ago. At the present time there are The Hex Garage has been making exabout 2,500.000 motor vehicles in use tensive impiovements in the past public roajj, or about one motcr on our having removed the entire vehicle for every mile of road. theater floor, which was inclined and in its stead this floor has been convertINAUGURATION CEREMONIES ed into a display room to accomodate the large number of cars for which On March 5 May Be Abandoned, they have assumed the agency. They now have the exclusive agency for the While no decision has been reached Chalmers, Maxwell and the Monroe. officially there is a very decided senti- They have recently secured the agency ment in all official quarters to abandon for all Ford repairs and their adverthe public ceremonies of inauguration tisement for these parts appears in on March 5 and simply have the Presi- this issue. They will build an extra room on the dent take the oath of office in the White House on Sunday, March 4. The vacant lot adjoining the present buildarmy and navy reception at the White ing, a permit having been granted them House probably will be abandoned. by the city council last Monday night. The officials who favored abandoning When this is completed they will have the public ceremonies feel that with one of the most up-d- o date garages in the President facing such critical inter- Central Kentucky. Mr. Walter Ham-mac- k is the manager and looks after national affairs the good of the country demands that he shall not be called the interests of its patrons in a courtupon to participate in public functions. eous and affable manner. 3 s-g CD o B 1 n X) td SO a. P3 11" Is 2 "g o o Eh 3 crq o n V) o e o n o 1 i in a as c a I o C3 09 00. 00. O m w in o Ufa O S2 s M n ut 03 w Z2 It1 s in ao. 00. o s en CO n 51 tJ o 3 au O a 3 a iM,i r-- r- 3 I ... ... w CD SJS o 55 nc U nB ua (V a: 3 o -t s c 03 H U re M CA n o S 2, co o r H m CD 3 O rt t 3" -- ET a M o " SfJ M JO o 3 H o N Pu a w C g no o OQ O) o c i t I it 9 2H H O in The Central Record, Thursday, February 8. 1917. Timely Suggestions FROM Stoimes Drug Store. time proves all thine,. It has lieen demonstrated that ANSCO CAM. ERAS and FILMS make the best picture in tho simplest way. $2, to $. Cjko Developing paper gives a finished photo of high-clantnl merit. Films developed and delivered in three days. otinenoCaim THE CORRECT WRITING PAPER - the Nelson Hible and Testament is the recognized standard, used by CRANES WRITING PAPERS Ministers, Sunday School do not seek odd effects. teachers and Iliblo ColThe simple requirement of gentle-folleges throughout the is tht their stationery he j,)f tho I'nited States. (Jood finest quality, irreproachable in its paper and print and fine SO to M) cents. Rood taste. toft bindings. PEOPLE WHO USE k A Goodrich Hot Water Dottle and Fountain syringe Hre a recognized household necessity. We have them separate, and combination from "5 cents to $2.00. DEVILBISS ATOMIZERS. for spraying nose ana throat for catarrh, cold in bend, coughs. Opens up the head and prevents germ diseases. Quick, Safe and 50c to $1.50. Reliable. make Manicuring easy. Smooths away rough cuticle, cleans and olishes quickly. Harmless, no acid, once tried, always used, -- 25 cents. Also Buffers, Files and Scissors. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Edwards are rewas widely and well known, being conSTORE IN THE GROCERY nected with some of the most promi- ceiving coiiRratulatioin iiMn the arrivnent, and best families of this and other al of an attractive daughter at their lly the old stove In the grocery stole An Appreciation Of Mis. Sallis B. Welsh. counties. home Friday. The diiinly little Miss we feMers lake our stand. Mrs. Early in life she united with the I has been named Evelyn Park. An' there we rim the government tel was formerly Miss llessle Truly the Death Angel came as n Methodist church and sin. was lojjsl tn Edwards beat the very hand! swift messenger to Mrs. Sallie It. its teachings as much ns her busy lifo awope, For when it conies to illllcs, I'll t- Welch, of llryantsvllle, January 25th. permitted. Ilow she loved "old Ml. you o'er an o'er, Calling to her grand-daughtto know Olivet", as she was woit to call It, anil We know what's what there, b Hi STOP THAT ACHE! of a certain utensil in the preparation tho in later years her failing health stove thst's in the grocery stole of the noonday meal, the girl not livt hindered her attendance there, she Don't worry nnd complain about n We lolka that toil that tilt the son talked often of the many blessings reminutes later hearing her streams ran an' bring the seed to bread, pnln ai.d from an upstairs room to the hall be ceived at the altar of herhelovedchurch bad back. Get rid of that really run the ccuntry, when all Vw Doan's Kidney Pills. low and found her enveloped in tlumes and how God had sustained her amid lameness! " done an' said; Used them Working heroically to save her and the scenes of the changing vears. Many l.ancnst r people have when the winters with us, ni J calling for help, neighbors and friends Truly we all, friends and iieighlairs, and know how effective tliev are. An' blltin' hliards roar, case. soon camo to tho rescue and after with her lovid ones, believe that she Here's a Lancaster Pike, We hold a meeting bv the slove Hint C. II. Poh, farmer, mat.y struggles the fiames were ex- is with the throng aioiinil tho great I in the grocery store. i, tinguished. The arrival of the two I white throne "Who have come up Lancaster says; "AImiiiI a year ago, of kidney trouble that It's a congress of the ieople, an' I'l physicians gave no hope for any re- ( thru great trials and tribulations, ami had mi attack My back pained nntin' you to know covery nnd all that medical skill and bad their robes washed and made white put mo down and out. dreadfully and I could not stoop or We know a Iriek or two 'lioiit how l)nr.il could do was to make the in the blocl of the Lamb." loving The funeral services were conducted I'enn and It was hi.,, nam losiraigmeii make the country grow. last few hours as free from pain as I could not get in any comfortable For 'whv up there, in Washington, impossible, which seemed to have been at the home by her former pastor. Rev. I read of Dunn's Kidney politic: is poor successful as he gave no evidence of A. P. Jones of Wllmore, assisted by Mi.lion. Pills and luughl them at R. E. Mc. Compared to ours - bv the slove thni much suffering- - and as she was turned the present pasti r, R. M. I.ee. InterRoberts' Drug Store. The aches ami in the Danville in the grocery store' to one sidi' she went to sleep like a ment taking place pains in my bark left and my kidneys tired child, breathing her last at 10 cemetery. put In good hae. I have bad The sympathy of the entire com- Were o'clock Thursday evening, kidney trouble since." Mrs. Welch, who was Sallie H. munity goes out to the bereaved family little Don't and especially the "babv grand daughPrice iille' at all dealers. Smith before her marriage, was the daughter cf Merrill and Hannah Hum-sid- e ter." Mary Ellen Our hearts are sad. simply ask for a kidney reined) get Smith, of this county. She was nnd our eyes are wet with tears when Doun's Kidney Pills the same that Co.. Pone hud. Foster-Milhuborn about four miles from the village we try to fathom the why of her tra-IMof Iluena Vista in what is known us gic eml. We can only pray that the Prop., llutfiilo. N. Y. she "pent the "fork section"-whe- re "Kindly Light mav lead us on. ihould be "nipped In tin her early life. 'Til the night is o'er. bud", Or ll a'lov..J to run QUEER NEWS ITEMS. Her mother died while she wns in And we are face to face. unchecked, sctiuus icsull and it befell her to be a her teens With those we've loved long sinci' may follow , Numerous giggled 'luring Hilly Sun-ils- v When a girl mother to her two younger brothers. And Inst awhile. uses ol consumption pneuI.Hter an Aunt died leaving a neice and 's opening ermon at Ruffalo. New) disAnd then - we'll understand.' 'sef monia, an-- ' veiled at her York, last Sunday, he nephew for her to rear. At the age of cd tuck u eases, can 21! she met her future husband - Mr. "That's right you little frizzled haired a cold, At the lust sign cla HRYANTSVILLK Charles Welsh, of Danville, who later sissv. You couldn't turn a llapjack cold, protect ) our Mil by without spilling the came to make his home with bis cousin, in the kitclo-thoroughly cleansing )nur Mrs Mary llerkele has been the batler." the late Charlie Spillman, of this counsjntemwiiha lew closes o! ty. Their married life was happy but sick list for a few days. Mass One shoe factory at Hrockton. britf, Mr. Welsh passed away leaving Mr and Mrs C. M. Dean were guests this week diil not make a contract to THEDFORD'S her three little girls to rear. With the in Lexington Thursday. shoe the Russian army, ll couldn't same optimistic, cheerful spirit that Mrs A. S. llaselden has been ill for It had to make :i pair of slims for was characteristic of her, she met and several days at her home. BLACK-DRAUG- HT Henatd Kojne. of Do Moines, la., who fought bravely the many battles that Mr. Noah Marsee Jr. sient the week is seven fe t nine and wears number confronted her. Two of the daughters, twentv-one- s end with friends at london. with their families survive her, Mrs. Charles I. Fri'hman. of Columbus lid. Northern White Seed Oats, n)o per S. A. Deatbernge. of Richmond, Ky.. m inn,- - , n,.n Garrard Milling Co. seni more man two ilaughters with alinda and bjsbel. dar he gave to his sister. Mis Li le i Martha, u son Embrv Deatberage. I Mr. v ll ll..l.,r.l i... i dollar bill Frotiman used Frohuian. the old tellable, vegetable Mrs. J. W. llrvant, of llryantsvllle, of relative in Lexington for several for every day of the month on his fan i iiver powder. days. with one son. Joe Itrvar.t and daughcy calendar, and at the top lie showed! Mr Chas. A. Kagland, ter. Miss Elizabeth. Thesccondjdaught-er- . Several of the farmers have taken the moon changes, making the moon Heights, Va , says: Mrs. J. W. Farlee met with the odvantage of the recent cold weather of a $5 gold piece. "I have been using Ihcd-ford'- s same tragic death in the same room and gathered their ice. Ulack-Draugfor A butch-- r shop in which horse meat left four children Welsh Farlee, of There has been very little doing here is sold exclusively has been opened in stomach troubles, indigesMrs. Kate Farlee Lnwson. for several days as we have b-- en havtion and colds and find it tc Harlem, N. Y.. with the sanction of Mo., Sam Farlee, of ing of Ravenwood, the most severe cold weathernf the the Hoard of Health. It became known be the very best medicine I Jessamine Co., and Mary Ellen who entire season. ever used. It makes an o!Jf Monday. "Horse llesh for sale here," i was a mere babe at her mother'sdeath. man feel like a young one." Round Miss Cecil Howling was hostess to rends a sign over the shop. Again the call of "motherless" childInsist on Thedlord's, tht the Fortnightly Club. Thursday even- ani sirloin steaks are quoted at 12 , ren came to Mrs Welsh. She ansuerd E-original and genuine. ing. A pleasant informal evening was cents a pound, while inferior cut selli it with a loyalty and devotion, that 8H'nt anil thoroughly enjoyed by every as low as i'i cents a (siund. Horse I no one could question. 111 cents aj Mrs. Wels.li was in her 75th year and one present. A tempting salad course meat frankfurters retail at was served. dozen. OBITUARY '' '"' ei lu lOGlf Mi EVER READY To-Da- y for Oi 6 O SAFETY FLASHLIGHTS are mighty useful 0 is the day to put your money to work. We keep in touch with good investments and shall be glad to put 0 O finding things in the dark. A wonderful convenience P""'tt'i that hns-live- d 3 at 75 cents to $2,110. your money to work for you. Interest counts while you sleep and awful fast. a IT GIVES LIGHT. THE BEST RESULTS. Are you alllicted with Rup- Hg.T CORRECT "Pie SMITHSONIAN ture or Hernia? wearing Truss, means a If no, A PLACE FOR MONEY MONEY OUR MOTTO: TRUSS Smithsonian fitted, Comfort, a correctly Safety, TO PLACE. G & and quite CUKE. frequency Satisfaction Remember Us When You Have Simplo-Fille- r Self Filling Money; Gold Fountain Pens We Will Remember You When $1.00 up and guaranteed to do the work as well as any pen, no difference what the cost. IK -- all lovo the luxury uf fine perfumes. Usoonly the best us Djer You Have None. LET US SERVE YOU. Paint Your CAR and Top now while the weather is bad. When the bright spring days come, your ma-chiwill be fresh and new. Aho polish for brass and nickle, COMPLETE Kiss. Mary Garden, Roger & Gal-le- t, Peoples Bank. Paint Lick, Ky. OUTFIT $2.50 Azurea, ! Trefle, Hudnuts, Ex Collates, tracts, Toilet Water, Face Pow ders and Sachet. The Central Record, Thursday, February 8, 1917. IE )! ST. -- 2. BLUE- - INSECTS IN STORED QRAIN. 125 ACRE I i ,cf rate of rnfl'on lilsulphlilp used nt I hi! miiiIs to live tti right 1.CKK1 fut tit "piK-- Ii reo iiinineliiliil by the tlliln rt,"Tl" ul' GROWERS TOBACCO WAREHOUSE GO. 1() GRASS FARM. N'o, incllt Million fur I lie ili'MNICtlnll iif nil InvTlf In nlonil Rrnln. I In- cm lii Win miiiiiM lx mr iu and tin- - li'inTnliiri' nlmw "o Ilurlnp ruirki or cotton )I S-minle Kitnriitcl wllli the I .J ttmy be thru! lilt" lln tniln, nr tin1 iN.ilcrl.il may Ih m mi r I Into a short Hcll'iiinf l( k iitncicvil nt t oni' oii'l hiiiI rfnriitiil iiLmi,' the itside. Tin" mrl'im lilnilpliMi' limy ii In) In- - .iiniMil otcr thn grain j with n pump UimiikIi ii Kimill . iipenln:; In the Mile of I Ik Mil. I The fiiriiinhni of ii en, wlilcli Is down limn nlr nti'l , ir h tlirinsll (In- - grnlli. klllt nil the wii-vll- i tlilit l hours. within It 125 Here farm nil in uras. acres nceil plowing for corn, tolmccn ilwi-llint- J. MORGAN GENTRY, Owner and Proprietor. .i. Mondays Sale 71,650 pounds, Average $2120 or hemp; has i room ilamly stock harn.well watered nml under new fence. This farm is situnted in walking of graded school unit churches. I .it us rhow you this one nt $n0. Call on or Address THE THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Highest Average of the Season For This Amount. Lancaster, Ky. Another Record Was Made When One Basket from Poe, of Fayette County Brought $51.00 Land Avl.tinil Ac FOR SALE AND RENT Properly Listed In This Column. No. 5. Is n suhurhan tract of 133 ncres situated on main pike with building site for dwelling right nt the city limits-ci- tv water and lights installed, most of this farm in grass. This farm will produce the variety of crops usual to the best lands in this county. This tract has one large splendidly constructed stock barn, one S acre newly constructed tobacco barrr. Farm well fenced and watered. This tract has RENT Cottages on it, always tented, that produce a rental equal to the aver age income on a $5000 investment. Trice $20,700. $5,700 cash and balance in equnl payments due in 2, !1 anil 4 taia. liuy this tor a home and live convenient and accessible to the advan-- i tages of one of the best small cities I.hs IlilTner & llolmnn. . Avr $22. C." l'i- - ians .:mti . . WINTERING IDLE HORSES. Should Nat 0 Confined to Dtrn. At tliU lime of the )cnr irnrllinlly nil tin' liciny wotk on most furinn Inn Urn llnlilicil mill the 1hipi-- s urn more hi!)', m Heller Cnnulm;. r Since lillc lincci Khi' tin ictlirii In In l,iir performed lln feiilliu: sliouM 1k niIIiIp. uii.1 pruper iih ivoiiinnlcnl n .lire nlmillil lx Iskrn of tlic iiiilmnl In lonler llmt llicy inny be In lit, Iw-- t Mlir (iiiiillllon for wink In Hie curly pi inc. In l ln iliotilil not l'i' lnr--c Imrn during the winter on n llhenil It I supply of grain. far litter to nmsh Iheui throiisli tln'colil mtit Tlii-should ! Klien the run of the nnl or lei tlmlm: the ilny i in stimuli ! irnrhlnl with ii pintnliil nlinl, one tlmt N UiorotiElily ilry mill will I'M tuleil With Ixilillnc While linllire ili h r part iiiul tl.e horse with I Si In m y .nut uf Imlr during tin-- I ni l .ii'.nth. the liiil I nrii'unrv 111 shelter rli r to ntTonl ihe inri-.iiiirsinU prutci il"ii agaliit rains nml cM aw mil Winter ivlli.li collie tiioMI'. r in 'tic nnrtti nml niirthwct. nml l'i IIiihIihI nml i'iiii In. I slnitilil -irktcil a to sl the pro'icr pnitii-il.ifrom ihl ipiarter III the fii'ililu' of I. lie hur-i- 'i the lileli prlccil fciiN liiiul l he nvnliliil In onlcr conilltlon nt the l.cc tlieiii In iri-uw- cot It hill Ihi-i- i follllil tlmt on n winter Imrsot tin iry in-fcil coiiiMIiii: if nil the liny, on I they will trau. coniitnlk-- i or iiliiilliie. vii Hut little irrnln U nece i permit", of n more iry. nlit lhoroiii;h iiiiistlcntliui of Ihe (ml, thn tiiiurliij! proper illci-ll"i- i wii-k- i Ihe Tnnii lt to clk-h- t "tpiins wot It I tiiriol the hure .tinu'.if put nt Hk'ht wink nml tnrtci 1.11 n tiiiill cruln rnll'in In onlcr Unit ihcy inuy he In proper lotiillllon fur tin of them work The cruln in limy then N- - cruilimlly lncri-nii- l Ilyn the iillnnnme Iiiii for the worUIni; n'Unnii. 1 Frtding Should Bt Light, nd Thty Iluirinnn A: Slinll, lluirinnn it tmry Siuiren & Dickson Ailtitns. . llientt ri.ir. 'um 21.711 . . 11.15 Wilmott & Carter .... Levi & Stone .. 2510 . 21ir. 29in 2c.r. O. II. West W. M. Ilatcmnn Swope & Mnys . . .. 2095 1700 0570 27H5 22.07 22.45 2H.01 (entry & llarker .. . .... I.hs .. Avr 20.50 Karl Slirmiahire (jomlwin & Simpson It. G. Goodwin 3U50 $20.20 ...2720 20.CO 1620 20.00 ... ...1545 21.95 1755 22.42 GEORGE PARKER. J. MORGAN GENTRY. B. P. ANDERSON anywhere. No. C. Is a tract of 70 acres; has all the improvements of tract No. 5 and is priced at $12,2.7) and is worth the money. Terms $1250 cash and balance in equal payments maturing in 2, U and 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 balls and pan tries, all requirements in out buildings, lights and water: has several acres We will suitable for building lots. trade this handsome city dwelling and ncrage in on a good farm. If you wish to retire from the farm you should know about this one. No. U. 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 the city conveniences, water, lights, sidewalks. The owner leaving city and will take $2500. No. 11. City l'ropcrty Dwelling, 7 rooms and cellar, situated on beautiful Richmond street, large lot and has all conveniences including garage and barn. No. 12. Five room dwelling, modern, good barn, large lot fronting on Lexington St., cheap at $2500. No. 13. Building Lots Under this No. we oiler you attractive single and double building lots, splendid location, over .TOO feet deep, $450 to $900, capable of water and light connections. Real Estate Ageny. Mgr. Office Record Illdg. Lancaster, Ky D. A. Thomas. ( Kin Folks And Friends! . nusi W.kt O m , Jf ' ,5 iiilnliiiuin -- fironlnir coltt require mmlilcrnlile Mlclii. They ulinillil m fill n to icciir' proper ile(cli'piiiciit nml nt n iii-- IjTA xf mum. ss 1- ',. w W MX.-'?- ? I lioiiuli fccil, Mich m ti rlmn tnlxcil liny, nlfnlfn orclncr. uiu r.,t nlntit Ultti fiililiirn tt vl ont nml mm 9 Knifo For Poultry Killing. Lnlvci iimiI for Lllllns ill Imiillry nre very often ton hronil or too tons to lili-ii- l ntiil the fowN pro-crlAn Men I knife In uniiiU with n mi r rim- Mnile. It N of Iho hcut .led nml the Miulc anil linmlle lire prefer-nhl. In one The nminuin) IliK Iruwlm; nlion-- i a hoiiieninile knife hlch aniwcrn II'm comlltlou nml KT.''v': . ? I'.'-i-- -- 7t 'A - Sma4 I have ten fingers and ten toes. I can count that much, but I just can't count all my good friends 'Slid The aWMk . ."iiwawt1, down South here they are far nhlcli can he niuile hy Ihe nlil of nil emery wheel or RrlniNtoue nml o,l Tnklin; un cldit Inch tint Ilic, the l;.in lie It llrnt urouml olT. The hhule i Mm cd fiom the Hinull elul of the tile. Ih'Iii innilit Inn Inche-- i loitir hy Inch utile, uml oneelKlith inch thick lit the hack. The cum In intikc the IkiIiiI kUih- - Ii mil the liiuk iIiimii , ivtiril. As me of cum I hlin-l- . Illi knife usually keeps n hharp eil-e- . CnollKli ioiikIiiicss N left on the hull-Hto prevent the knife sllpplni; In Ihe haiiil ot the killer. IN entile lenu'th -l u ml tlini'-ipi.'irtc- r to mm-i- i liiche - American Agriculturist. too many. And I'm mighty proud of them. The men who make me, say you can tell real quality by the company one keeps. Blood will tell. A good name and good breeding count most of all. You Folks You Folks And that same, I reckon, applies to cigarettes, too. More and more gentlemen of the South are smoking me, SOVEREIGN, every day, m because they know I come good old Virginia and Carolina stock the finest, grandest stock in all the world. Quality is the thing, friend you can't deny it. And I stand for Quality. The Thomas Time for Silence. The mother uf little .luck remarked tlmt she must write to grnudiua. Jack offered to do this for her. So mother snlil lu would Ho ilmvn uml take u nap. Noticing how quiet Jack was, i.lu asked lit til If he bad tlnlxheil Ms letsli. mother, ter. Ills reply wiw, you will wake yourself up." HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. of the South KNOW good blood! of the South KNOW good tobacco! So I am proud Oatt Not a Hog Feed. llniM f c I ii ration eoiinlstlui: of oat Hinl tiitiktiKe imiile slouer liuiiis- nml le iillrcil inure feci per pnimil of caln I linn those u'Mn cmii iiu-- l In : tests nt the lililo cs'riinenl fltUIon. The use of onls Is prolltuhlt' only when Ihe cialu Is inneli lower In ptiiv than ci i.n. One lot fisl iilo puis of corn to one t'l tunkiife j; il one uml tlinv-fiitirlh- s iiiul lite l"M luiiiii Is a it.-Ki!iiils of fdil for iik) pinnnH of kiiIii, while iinother lot liil 0.1I1 nml tankage iu the Mine priinrtlon pilm-i- l only a ilally uml riipilrcil TiTl imiiml uplts-Imiiiis of fccil for I'H) ihiiiiiiU pi In. I'epri'M-ututlvlings of Hie two lotn ilresM-i- l resieo-tlvelr NJt nml 7H.1 wlilcli nloiii'. If irn fcil lii)g UK) poiiiuN of live were wurlh $10 nclk'ht, woiilil kIw the outs fol hoy a lulue of only $.MS In i'ouiiiirlsou. Tim Hrk from the corn fisl hn a larp-- iiiiioiint ot fat than that fro-the oats feil Inc. Ilccnuae of Iho course, tlhrouH natum nt 011 Is, tinlinal hutjlianilracii oilvlw m i;u luttt tlio ot thin uraln to In mnall quanUlles and luci I'K-rp- t tln-only wbfii oati are cheap. .That's why I am so loved among you all down here. to say JJ I am guaranteed by If you dont H'w sac - t '''JSovereign Cigarettes -- Buy me. return me to your dealer and gel your money back. I have sard il. A Southern gentleman is known the world over for keeping his word, and I have given you mine. "JCiMup o fjffi&m' FOB THE GENTLEMAN OF THE SOUTH CLC& This Agreement Witnesseth; That in order to protect tho game on our lands for a period of three years we bind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do so, and we further agree to prosecute with all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpose of hunting. And we further agree to act as Deputy (Iiiine Wardens for the purpose of earning out this agreement. Except each uf us have the right to kill rabbits un uur .'arms or permit it to be done by another under our biijH rviniuii, or the and nupervisio'i uf some responsible reliable person selec'i-- by US. This November 15th, UM5. R. L. Eikin, J. K. Robinson, W. II. llrown, Inn M. I'arni, W. It. llurton, Alex Walker, lljM-lileT. A. Klkin, llros.. F. M. Tinder. J. II. Daltun, Logun Hubble, John II. Smith, (!. M. Drslion. .1. N. Ross, II. II. Cox, Fisher Herring, Hughes llros, J. W, Sweeney. W. M. Mali mi, Withers llros, William, Marcus and Jim White. II. F. Wilmot, J. D. l'ope. Mrs. David Chenault, Frid J. Conn, W. R. Cook, J. V. F.lmore, Huffman llros, T. C. Rankin, Wm. G, Anderson. Sam Cotton, W. 11. Moss T. M. Arnold. Jr. J no. M. White, R. K. Henry. Uright Herring. A. D. llradshaw, Scott Huffman It. L. llarker. Win. and Lizzie Onstott. The Central Record, Thursday, February 8, 1917. The Central Recoro incorporated, 11.00 issued Weekly. ANDERSON. TO THE DEMOCRATS OF GARRARD COUNTY. candidate for the Democratic nomination fur the office of County Court Clerk for Garrard county. As is genernlly known by my friends and as sociates, I have always alllliated willi the democratic party, voted for all the nominees of my party since I have been twenty one years of age Bnd at all times worked for our party nominees. I fully realize the responsibility of th" imortant ollire that I seek and submit my qualifications to your approval with the promise that if selected bv you I shall do inv best to discharge the duties faithfully and to your satisfaction. Your tupport and assistance will be greatly appreciated. It is my in tention tu see every democrat in the county at their homes and talk witli them in person between this and the August primary. I am n THE BRADLEY Containing Stories W. And BOOK. Speeches Relatives and friends wen) grieved to lenrn th.it on last Monday afternoon about three o'clock the Death Angel J. E. RODINSON. Editor. had claimed the soul of Mrs. John AnR. L, ELKIN. Locnl Editor and Mflr. derson, who for the past ten years had lived just beyond the iron bridge on nttred si lb t'oit Office In l.micn.trr. Ky., the new Dunville pike. Mrs. Anderson Mall Mullrt Kecourt had not been in vrrv good health for 0( tear. 0. Bradley. ('!. the past month, although it was pneumonia Unit caused her rather sudden death, for she had only been sulTering Gighth District Publishers LeBgue. from this malady for only a few das. years of Mrs Anderson was sixty-on- e Lancaster, Ky., Eebruary 8. 1917 age mid beside htr husband, is survived She was a woby ten living children. Rates For Political Announcements man of lovely christian character, the For Precinct and Citv OIIl:es ...$ G.'W idol of her family and the favorite of 1U.00 countless friends. F.arly In life she for County OHices 15.00 joined the Christian church and at her tor State and District Offlce .10 death tier membership was at llubhlf . r'or Calls, per line 10 For Cards, per line Funeral services were conducted at For all publications in the interhar late home Wednesday morning at est of individuals or expresten o'clock, by He v. F. M. Tinder, after sion of individual views, per which interment look place in the l.atv 10 caster cemetery. line 05 Obituaries, per line Member Kentucky Press Association mid August We nre authorized to announce I lie following candidates, subject to the action of the Democratic Primary, 1917. County OUR SICK. Dr. J. II. Kinnuird, who lias been confined to his home for the past week or more, with pneumonia is improving although he had iiuite, u backset last School Superintendent. MISS JENNIB HIGG1NS. County Court Clerk. j. o. HOG1E. JEPTHA ONSTOTT. J. BRUCE W. A. DOTY. LAWSON. Assessor. E. H. KAY. Saturday night. Mr. W. ti. Anderson is confined to his home on the Danville pike with his old bronchial trounle and his friends will regret to know of his condition although he is doing splendidly and with fairer weather, hopes to be out soon. Manistrate District No. 1. J. 11. CLARK. County Attorney. CHEEK CLAY WALKER. Sheriff. A. K. WALKER. State Senator, 18th Senatorial District. HOK. II. CLAY KAUFFMAK. JAY W. HARLAN. Representative. J. A. UEAZLEY. J. HOGAN HALLAHD. I I THE EXTRA SESSION After being urged bv a large portion of the press of the state, a majority of the members of the General Assembly, and many business organization as well as thousands of individuals. Governor Stanley has called the Legislature into extra session for the sole purpose of considering the enactment of a Revenue and Taxation law for the state. It is The two children of Mr. J. T. Henry who tor several days were quite ill of pneumonia, have almost entirely recovered, very much to the gratification of their little friends. Mr. John Stone who lives nut on Maple avenue, was reported quite ill last Tuesday morning, but at this writing is convalescent. Mr. Stone has a host of friends who will be glad to know of his improvement. Mrs. Havden Leavell is recovering rapidly from an operation performed last week at the Danvillehospital where Should she conshe is at this time. tinue to improve as in the last week, she may be able to return home in another week. Mr. Hurve J. McRoberts, who has beer, confined to his home in Stanford for the past week, left last Tuefdav for Atlanta, where he will beunder the care of u specialist for several weeks Ui complete recovery is anticipated and hoped for by his friends over bete. Mrs. V. S. Elkin. was over from Stanford for a few hours last Friday, having been called from Atlanta to the bedside of her sister, Mrs. Charlotte Warren, whose condition remains very critical. i ir::;'r..o'T;;!EN'CL4ND's man of destiny I - There is perhaps today no more pic- state is debt more than 13,000,000.00 and the yearly revenue is insufficient turesuue, certainly no more forceful a by several hundred thousand dollars to character on the stage of the great thouMany meet the expenses. theatre of war than that of llritian's sands of dollars of property is escaping "Man of the Hour" the great David taxation altogether while other thous- - j Llovd George. ands of dollars of property is yielding It is a striking analogy that in a to more than its share of the burden country's crucial hour when the fate that should be required. These two of u people hangs in the admitted, justifies the Gov- - j tinv points its finger to one lowly born ernor in calling tne extra session, es-- 1 and out of obscurity arises the savior pecially when it is conceeded that It is of the nation. Born ot Welsh parentage and smart almost impossible to get the concentrated thought uf the law making body ing with the grievances of his people, on su important n subject at a general David Lloyd George early espoused the While an extra session may cause of the common people to whom session. be expensive, the taxpayers of our his oratory and his powerful personality state will pay the bill ungrudingly if are inoro potent than arbitration inn! their representatives will get them conciliation. It may be remembered selves to business and give us a icm! that when the South Wales coal miners just taxation Lil, favoring no special went on a strike when coal meant life interest, distributing the states er- - to the Empire, only one postossed the penses in an equitable way. confidence of all the people. He it was We have some suspicion that there that calmed the storm and sent the is a plan to place upon real estate and miners back to the mines with a cheer, especially farming land an unjust burLloyd George is decidedly a man of den in the promised bill. We have con- action, the "live wire" of England. It fidence that our representative, Hon. was he who discovered and da nil make 11 C. Kaulfmun is awake to the conknown England's needs and us Minister ditions and will bo on the job to pro- of Munitions he has answered Germany tect his county against any such ef- in her own thunderous tones, and now fort. This extra session should havo as Minister of War, succeeding the been called before 11)17 when the peo- lamented Kitchener he has marshalled ple could have had a referendum vott his warriors against the fou and struck upon any bill paired, It therefore be- the great Sommu blow. To England and the allied forces of hooves the peoples representatives to scrutinize every phase of this measure the earth who are bound together by and to guard against any imposition the honor respecting International Law, upon isolated communities. David Lloyd George is the highest and We take no stock in the plan to re- chit-- exponent. He has brought order duce the rate of taxation from 05 cents out of chaos and breathed into the army to 10 cents. For it is too plain that the duty, honor and patriotism. In him the large debt already on. us and the lack enemy have found a relentless fou and of yeaily revenue can not be met by re- his countrymen an inspired leader, We like wise are Truly Duv id Lloyd Gt orgo belongs not ducing taxation. convinced that there is not merit in the to England alone but he is the worlds contention that by greatly reducing "Man of the Hour." tax o n money and other forms of intangible property that it Charred Writing. will pour forth from its hiding in such If valuable documents become vclumea us to more than supply the charred by fire, pour collodion over sums detlred in the higher rato on such them to preserve them. When the classes. We ure convinced that these collodion hardens It Is transparent unconvincing arguments are advanced and very tough and Hie writing la for the purposo of deceiving in order to discernible through It. lay tha burden of public expense upon realeatate and fanning lands. This is Soldier Feared 8eislckness. such a measure as should be considered den. John C. Fremont, ut the close Session and we are looking to of one of his most Important trips to in Extra Garrard county's representative to see Cullforulu, Is mill to have traveled that no law is written upon our statute home overland through un extremely tract of books which will discrimate to the dangerous aud prejudice of the masses favoring the country because he feared seaMcknesi If he went by the Isthmus ot Panama. priviledged classes. balance-des-conditf the Indian-ridde- We have Just rend the "Stories nnd Speeches of William O. Ilradley" with lliographlcal sketch by M. II. Thatcher. In reading It, voices long silent spoke m ngain with something of their old vital ity of vibration, aud we read with an attention not wholly an elTort of memory, for most of the stories were known :lj as soon as begun, in fact we went back to our oiith and lived again in hours g of laughter as we would hear joke after joke called for and laughed at all the 0. more becnu.e the ending was anticipated. This book is a Miluahle contribution to Lancaster and Garrard County, preserving as it does characteristics and qualities of many of those who once "lived, moved and had their being K here" that would otherwise be forgot-teJ. IIRUCE LAWSON Aside from Senator Ilradley beBeauty In Light. ing n lawyer, a politician and nn orator Light I" the Hrt of painter. There he was n "Prince of Story Tellers". is no object mi foul that Intense light It was during his arduous and eluding will not make It beautiful. Hnierfon. duties as I'. S. Senator and In his last days that his mind reverted to LancaUses Mud as Protection. No doubt it ster and his old friends. In I ho mud lo- ! was at the end of some day of stren A rhinoceros roll Insects gel between the uous labor that he thought ot and lotcalise little folds of its skin and worry It. If he ted down the story entitled "An Injurgets his body covered with mud. they ed Debtor", which is as follows; are tumble to renrli the skin. "Among the many celebrities of Garrard county, was Alex Conn, known To Avoid Crowing Old. generally as "A. Conn". He was very Growing old ionli-t- s not In mere erratic, deail game, and dul and said number nf years, but In desertion of many amusing things. He was an art Years may wrinkle the skin, Ideals. ist of rare merit, as the (wrtraits that but the loss of enthusiasm wrinkle the dwellings of soul. Keep up, therefore, your enthu- adorn the wa'ls of many siasm In our thinking and In what you that section attest. Work faithfully as he inignt, h" was do. and more at all times impecunious, than once was compelled to ask his Always In Working Order. friends to go Ills security. He was alj Mary talked so fust no one had much ways willing, but never able, to pay. of a chance to say anything In her presence. Her little nelghlMir had no one Ily reason of Ins financial troubles lie eNe to play with after school hour, at length.! came gloomv and irritable. but would nut renin I n In her eompiiny until nothing niretided him so inueli as long nt a time. After nothing that her to be dunned for a debt. Col. J. A. Hurnside and General I), boy returned so oon each time he went to play with her. his inotber in- it. Collier became his sureties on a note quired Into It, and Walter replied, which was from tune to time renewed "Oh, sho Is always wound up so." until liquidated by them. The last time the note was presented to Conn for renewal, he lost Inn Our First Battleship. and said to the banker; The flrt American battleship the old Texas, of Spanish-AmericaKow I've liearil as much about that - ur She war authorized by note as I want to hear. I'm sick ami fame. lytfl and was completed congress In tired of piddling with it and I'll 1 six years later. The original Intttli-kli- lp linged If I ever renew it again. I'm long ami a little o.T was feet astonished, sir; yes I am almost hail a displacement of 11,111 .' tons. The by our presenting this note and 9 present day Texas Is .V4 feel long and has a tonnage of "7,000 tons. The old have me wear rnself out signing my Texas ended hec. days as a target for name. "Why don't you go to those fellows navy practice nboe five years ago. and have them pay it and be done with it' The durned fools knew when they signed it that I had nothing to luiy 36 TAX PAYERS with, ami that they wculd have to pay IN GARRARD PAY ON $20,000 OR MORE it, and if they had any sense of decercy or propriety, they would not thus an Recapitulation Shows Interesting Figures. noy and mortify a friend by allowing it to be presented to him every few As published in last issue of the months. Record, Garrard county's taxable pro"Ko, I wilt not renew it, and if vnu erty amcunts to nearly seven million ever ask me again I will take it us perdolli rs and a glance over the assessors sonal and resent it as any gentlemen books for this year show some very should resent an insult." interesting figures. It de elopes that Having thus delivered himself, with thirty-si- x people are paying tax on a look of injured innocence and insulted or more, which does not include dignity, he angrily walked away. The $10.000 ll some linns and corporations. Helow is cashier, knowing "A. Conn" as he did, list of the largest tax paers and the presented the note again, and it amount assessed for the vear 1917. was paid olf by Collier und llurnside. $27,50. who preserved it in order that they Arnold Ashby tiUW. might r.ow and then see tin- - autograph Arnold II. C !J HI. fill). of Howling G. A their valued friend. llogie K. K JO,:. In speaking of General Collier, his iM.lMf. life long and most Hurton It. 1 intimate friend, ho L'O.IIisi. Hurton R. I. and W. II says 'he was a brave intelligent man 3I.BW). who despised Cook W. R injustice". In speaking ".O.OJn. of .Mr. Spencer Dabney Deitrick Chas he says "he :I0,8UI. Denny A. R was a man of winning manner, musical 25.7M). Dunn. E voice, sparkling wit, great originality SI.700. and imposing person and counted his Dunn I. M 21,011. friends by the core". he then tells Gibbs, S. 1 70.MKI. Mr. Dabney's own joke of how u silk III Hamilton. J.I 22.tM!i. hat saved his life. He speaks of Messrj Haselden Hros 21UH.. James Mason, Sam lliirdett, lieu llur- Hudson II. F Hudson T. Y 47.M. dett, Allen llurtcu. Elder Joe Frank, 21.000. Sherman Haselden, Col. iV. A. Hos- Lear V. A 21,075. kins. Col, W.J. I.niidram, Dr Alex Mc- Lewis. It. J 20,f.2.'l Kee, Dr. Mullins, Sam Walton, Marsee, Job Maj. Zi;.M. R. M. Kradley and many other GarMcWhorter, K. C Perkins, L. K 4i.87.r. rard County celebrities. 20,1112. Price, W.A This book also contains seven of his 28.1f..r. Price. T. J most famous speeches among them the Rankin, T. C 21.010. one delivered at the time of the chris11,051. tening of the U. S. Ilattleship ' KenRankin T. & I) VJ.'JW. tucky". Rav, Hiram Probably no one who was not 22,1120. within hearing of his voire and within Rubles, J.I! I! 1,205. Simpson, Wm sight of his dynamic face as he salt .Smith J. 11 23.070. these things where the "Kentucky" ' 0 10.375. first cast her anchor and as he dedicat Stormes. J. E W 20,170. ed the new State Capitol at Frankfort, Sweeney, J. Swop- -, It. K 21,155. the Kentucky Iluildiug at Chicago Fair 21,130. And others, can frame mi adequate idea Turner J. P tO.bOO. uf the tremendous .impression bis ut Wnlker. Alex 30,025. terances; always trade. A number of Walker Mrs. E. II. est Woods E. I ai.tiSO. his best speeches were extemuuneous The recapitulation shows the follow- and therefore will only live in the us ing assessments and their valuations. Hearts ol ins Hearers, as will Ins mem 70 jacks, value $ 7,010. ory aud those of whom lie wrote. 000, 31 jennets, value, CIS. 17 bulls Registered, value .... 96 cows and calves reg 3 225. 203,599, 7809 head cows, etc, com 4518 sheep value 21,195. 71, KM. 10,858 hogs, value Agricultural Impl 27,801. Household furniture value 70,895. See Musical Instruments, value ,, 7,360, low Paintings, value 45. INSURANCE. 1,750, Library, value 2, COO. Diamonds, value Watches and clock value ... 2,490. NOTICE a Mr. Ford Owners. I ii We have made arrangements to carry a rull supply of Ford parts In stock. We arc also prepared to do this work on short notice. Come see us. M il p N I Hex Garage Incorporated, Co. (jr Walter Hammack, Mrfr. U jj BE M.S. HATFIELD DENTIST. I IHI.Nt.t. ( 1(l.sll(.ll(.e ;m 1, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. EH 777 3 1 1G W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embalmer. I'linne 33 Ollicu Phone 18. Kosiileiu-- Kentucky. Collections Bills and Claims of all classes arc lected by our System everywhere. colWe mnkc absolutely no clinrgo unless tbe money is ncltinlly paiil to von or ns. I 9 I I I ci til i I Turn over a few bad debts to us and watch us get the money. It will pay you to investigate our proposition. ii I I The Sanders Mercantile Agency IMii I (i) Coy S. S.i, iders. Manager OHice 1st Moor Ilradley Illilg. West side Islington St. Phone in I I I MARDI - - GRAS FEBRUARY 1917. 15-2- 0, NEW ORLEANS, LA. MOBILE, ALA. ' $21.80 Round Trip. $ 1 9.25 Round Ttip. From Junction City SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM Tickets on sale for use on February U. VJ. II, IS, III, 17. IS! 1'.'. Cood returning to reach r JUNCTION CITV irior to ii.iliiight March 1!. 1U17. ! Privilege of extension to Maich 1'.', 11117. on deposit of ticket and payment of feu of $1.(HI. I'or Tickets and Full Iforinntion apply to C. B. II. i Harberson, Ticket Atft. Junction City, Ky. KIN(S. Passenger and Ticket Agent, Lexington, Ky. s: Don't elianie your idle capital or miv ings buy Real I'Mnte. 10 per cent Real Estate Investments. 5, 10 20 Year t FARM LOANS That is what we oiler in new. well located, four loom cottages. All the time rented and net you II) per cent, on your investment. Also suited for those who wish to buy small homes and stop rent. Consult THE JTHOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY. rates, year plan. this 20 P D. A. .Thomas. The Central Record, Thursday, February 8, 1917. We have just received a Car Load of PAINT LICK of Mm. C. i? i J2 We Have J Oliver Plows and Syracuse Hillside Plows Cutting and Smoothing Harrows, I A BrUI 1 Mm Yellnn nf Dry Ridge, Is the guest S. Ellis. Mr. and Airs. Henry Wallace spent In ii' Just Received a Fresh Line of Extra Fancy Wf Thursday Lancaster. i ..... . -- j i i i. . Mrs. Krcil Hull has been on the nick nil bought bi'forc the recent utlvnnec. A few Iron nntl Wood Hemn Coir.ji l.y Thuu Wt Art !n(crzd In. f list for the pinst two weelin. ' Vttleiu. diiil Syrncnsn Turning Plows at nctivc prices. Tr.3Cr'iujjifiiijiHUi wnijcacnnoi Northern White Seed Oats. HOc r.er 'bushel, (inrrnrd Milling Co. and Mailable Stoves at Alin l.'iznln 111 I If gun, is the ihnrm-irui.- it Miss Lucy Francis left lust week b of her friend, Aliss Martha Tit spend two nionihi in Florida, the guest A rnr load nf the old reliable American Fence Warranted n goid " I"" . Y oi' will nlo find the following iler of lier cousin, Mm C. K. Hell. tit- - best field fence made. Perfection and Hnss Oil Stove. A few 1 1 is (111' lii'Kt mud. Sltiv Mm W'm Eldridgi leave s Alrnduy lit cost. John Deere WHgons Mm. Kliziihalli Joseph in visiting her My Wife'f, Siilnt! Dressing, Salad hii extended visit In her m ice, Mr ds.'jhtir,Mr Charles Davis iuCtuitli-noogTurn Make in lloil-to- ll Dressing, 1'icklcs, Catsups and Texas. Tenii. Miii He sle Cochran uf Whiten Sti-iiei- t of all Mr. Eugene Hole of Lowell was tlm '"'lit Siiare Deal I hum'. several d iv the past Willi week end Client of hm Cnll-li- l. Muster -hor isler. Mm. O. C Rucker. 1 ltichard Hot le. Mi" VlHry Noel hut relurneil In her 1 Mm. Kheilev llolifclnw nml il nigh-te- r. In, me in Danville after h month visit me vi.iting her parents, Mr. und A!s'j Aunt Jcmiirp's Tin Cake Flour and Maple Sytrp. to her sister. Airs J. H Woods. Mm. Am Hournc. Trv our high grade, llojr. Alum., Holier t Tiinliii"n of Slate Univor back if not nullified. A sity, was the guest of I. Is father last Iluil-ut- i, IRighes & Karnuu. Saturday and Sunday. Air l.-Spillmau and bride nf Win- for the money yonove mid Aim. HVIIii Arnold Francis, left hut cheater enme .Mondiiv to he the guests FKF.SH FISH AND OYSTERS. Sunday for Louisville and other points, of his father, Mr T. G Spillman note how much more res' I3 to pure! use h- -r Mirtiiir. inillinary. W. C. T. II Hie had its resulnr pcctfuily your creditors reMl s Marlha Tinier enl. rlaiiiid last umnthlv . ineetlni; with Mrs (i They like to do M MOIa V L'iiril you Mondav evening, in huair of hi" euest. Tn silway on A.tlurday atternuon. business with n Hum who To.' p.nple .tllll till preg uie with Miss Llizalieth llii(,'an, of Itichtnond. Mlisa Mnriaiii Ledford has returueil hits uu account nt the riNii ir in this culcmh. i Mr. A. D. Joseph, left this week Imine after rUTl weeks visit Willi t'ie I'resnlenl s for Kitu-rmirkets, li replenish his reliitiM-- in Hreathitt Csi and Irvine. (in to the Cnristiiin church Smdny V.1,.,. ,. ,, Bank & Trnst Co. Garrard e t rk 'i r the Johepli Merchantile MrVti'iheu Too'd returned Sunda ai d I. oar S. Iminanuin. from Louisville where he was sent as a Nice store room for rent. They know he Is doing business in a busirvss like way. II. ttir Creinj Dmiy Keed will make jour, delegate to the H. Y I' U. convention. W. T. West. open such an account even if jour nITnim are not large, Thev Mis AnKie Kinnnird who was called ' cow rjue more milk. will trim- - all right. home hv the illness of her father has' Mr. Huhert Ellis ha returned from Kor Sale: Two 8iotted ponies, broken. Hudson, lluuliet & Karnau. retur.it it to her school duties in In-- ' an extended trip ahroad anil is the J, A. Amon. & KUest of his parents, Kev. and Mm. C. jj diunii)lls. ' rootnotc. S. Kills, Kor Sale or Kent: My two story . Some women huy tloor mats. Other house on Richmond street. MUs I'enrl IVammi and Mr. J. W. i Miss Je-si- e Harks went to Cincinnati I on of Keext. Uj. and Mr. Joe Cox. t,e past week where the expects to women marry them Cludnnntl I'.iv S. G. Haselden. of Alherla, Canada, were wcefc'end tuiie aoine special training In the art of Uiilrer. For Sale:-Rood work mule, will quests of Miss Jessie Tulein. millinery. work anywhere. Kev. L. N. Howling filltd his regular Mies "Ia'v Hlmnre has returueil from Garrard Milling Co. FOR KENT tlui Christiiin rlmreli Louisville w here lie went for a few aiiliotntlTierit 3 room house on for KetlU-GooSill, il iv murium' lint im I II if Ihu diiie, the ej'est f ner frjfnil. Miss OlLI.. STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. Jbpurlock h arm. W. M. Hurgess extn iiu. cold weather there twr- - m. Lorena Koliiuson. 1. I'ay jour hill liy check, ami have jour wife pay her hills hy check Paint Lick Ky. IOr 1 9 1 L . Centrally 10C8- i.ervices held in the evening. 2. Neter lend an ei.r to "Get schemes. Mr. N'irr.ri"! Crump, ol I'aris, has, DurillL' the intensely ,m)iI uenllier. tpfi Tinvt tn Kfllfl. SALE-3- 00 KOK .'I. bushels, nice, clean Follow nonie "j stern in Hing Do not he haphazard nlsnit ft. lieen hi re fur feveral dajs. a'sistine; in I'tfiiit Lick fuced a coal famine. Num Orchard Grass. 4. Hent a af deposit I mix fur jour aluahle paper? J. T. Anderson, nci-mi; herni, lioulit in this coun- hers of tiimiiied were without this very Mrs Rella Arnold Francis l!mo-pd- . Koute 2, Lancaster Ky. 8 fi. Make free usi' of the ilp-t- o date Kervice we nller. ty for Spears and Son. IH'Cessiirv nrtiele iiml tin. ..ehrnl li. Teach the rlul I the value .t money liy u'nitii; lliein an allow uncu. I have several pairs of two year old T Gen. Green Clay Goodloe. ot the U. closed Monday because there was no Meet jour friends at this hank lor transactini: important liutiiieas mules which I will sell or loan to S. Marine Corps, who died in Washing- fuel. However u car load came in MonAirs. John HieliariKon lias been ill. parties to woik. ton Sunday, was n llmt cousin of Mrs day afternoon and several are expected this week. J. E. Itotiinson. Air J. 1". P.ij ne has moved to Kov-IsnI). M. Lackey, their fathers lieinK hrothem. He was "1! years old limine Foii SALE--On- e five passenger OverOK I.ANCAKTi:il. KY. STANFORD heen horn in Madison Co in 1S4.. When I!lue bitds und robins got back here land and one Schacht Truck. Cheap if H. K. HUDSON. IVeaident. J. J. WAl.Ki:K, Vice Prmt. lfi jtars old he entered the Army nf sold at once. Kev and Mm. I). M. Walker have Jan. 2!)th. W O. r.tc.NKY, An'l (ash'r JoK J. WaI.kf.k. Jit., the North. After the Civil War he White & Kiddle. Aliss Aluriet'a King began a select been confined to theirhomewithejrippe. W K. niAMI', Oashler Paint Lick. Ky. entered the Marine Corps und was ft school lu-rlast week. Miss Jennie Lawrence of near Lanplaced on the retired list in lyul with FOR SALE; My house and three The Thorntons moved to Fnirliope, caster is the guest of Miss Maud Arnold the rank of Hnuadier General, acres nf land; Just out of town limits. Mrs Alary L. Garnett of Cave Citv is Ga. the first of the year. A Virginia pasr makes mention of a J. AI. Cress sold a team of horse Possession at once. the guest of her daughter, Mrs Joe S. Givens Terrill. mules to J. C. Caldwell for JIluO. former Lancaster lady as luncheon Kice. hostess in the following manner: The family of Mr J. P Arno'd hrsj Stolen J.liss Kutherine Anderson has accept moved to the Laws.,,, m from lome aeverb weckj 'Mm. II. II. Spindle, Jr. was hnstets ed a position . ighhi,hd with the Hradley Studio GoM Watch- - en(fTIlve(, on a(,0 yesttidsy at luncheon n'ven at her at Georgetown. Miss Victoria Anderson, who is at-- 1 irside. from "Loyd to Stella." Will home in Ki'ilcute avenue in compliment Mrs Ixigan Wocd and Mm John Lynn tending school at Ilerea. visited her; pay for any information. to Mm. Graham I'rice of Danville. Ky., of Danville, were guests last week of Mm S. J. Hislc. P'e"ts who is Msitiix Mrs. Halps Du l'uy in .Mrs J. C. Lynn. Mr J. M. Lunsford is now living all Red House Pike. Richmond, Ky. Olney Hoad. The table was prettil) Mrs II, G. Cover of Saratoga Springs place he purchased irom Air. J. decorated with u centerpiece of pink N. . is the guest of her brother. Dr. the the K. I'ajne. FOR SALE. HAect peas ami covers were laid for w. ii. u Ifannun. Mioses Hoggs and Lewis of Jenkins seven. Mrs. pind'e s tmesis included. Miss Alary Lyi n Kox has returned and Pair four year old black mare mules. COURIER-JOURNA- L Harboursville. were hefe as vif itora brsidt'S the ueiit of honor: Mrs. Jus from Somerset, wheru bho has been of Miss Tory Anderson. J. K. Robinson. Elliot Health, Mm. T. C. Carriiijrtun, the guest of friends. Some of the .Miller family aie now Mm. I.udwell Haldwin. Mrs. J. W. Mrs. Caswell Saulley of Krankfort is DRESSMAKING. K'Iec ton and Mrs. Asliliy Godwin." the guest ui Aim G. L. Penny and recovering from measles. Master Walter llr.Mint is still tick. other relatives here. Am prepared to do dres3-makin- g at The recent high water did n lot of my home on Crab Orchard Street, beOptimistic Thougnt. .Mm J as T. Alenefee of Cleveland, 0, If misfortune comes she brings ntnnt; has returned home after u visit to Air. damage, t washed away about i.n low cemetery. P.iope ai.VG. the bravest virtues. acre of nice hemp for Mr It. P. White. It. aim Mrs John Meuefce. Airs. Al. AI. Turner. W. W. Hays is receiving hemp at the The latest news liorn the bedside ot Knocking Chic30. house on Danville Avenue lur K Air James K. .Miller is that he has been Nobmly Is too FOR SALE. nt to count unit K. Spears and Son of Paris. much worse recently. He has been ill as population. Toledo Itladt'. Five shares Hank of Hryantsville Aliss Hlanche VanDeveer of Morgan- - for nunc time. ton N. C. was culled here by the illness .Messrs James K. und John Cummins J,ock. Apply .Mrs. Al. Al. Stedman, Didn't necoonlze Real Thlnrj. Frankfort. Ky. and death of her sister. Airs. Saunders, of Hellvue and Lswienceburg, were "ox Younc Hospital Nnm- e- "Is be renl-l- y MihS Adelia Kussell left Sunday for here to seo their mother. Aim. II. G. dead?" Old llospiial N'urst "Ves HONEY TO LOAN. have tm only worked In movie Lebanon where he will take the train Cummins, who is sick. ing to be n nurse in the Elizabeth Hos During the big snow th'e large h.irn ' ftudlos?" Puck. I have $2,000 to loan on real e3tute. pltul. belonging to W. II. Cummins snieud W. 1.. Lawsnn, Trustee Will HIakely J r, colored, wus found and the roof collapsed. It will be One Exception to Rule. for Jesse Smallwood. dt ad Monday morning in Alackville at job to repair the damage. A kihhI r.Milv Is not without pod uu earlj hour. It is supposed thut he Prof, and Aim. J. II. Hutcnins have, wiiKes, nfiin eM-ep- t In her own houe, fioze to death. FARMS FOR SALE? where he who eiitN her eooklni; Is her moved back to their home belt to tic E. C. Walton, who several weeks ugo . i: .1. i it own husband. UKiii ot men iiiaoy menus. ll. w ,,.. bought nut the grocery and meat busi- has just concludtd a very successful t r. i ness of W, K. Willis, has sold out to ,,, ,, . ..J(,.. term of school at Sopus. . Dally Thought. ' Harry Jones of London. ...a. T.t.L- , nuiilBd IK.I li.lHIG f t IIIVJ,, Do it now. Wo huw nil u treat ileal more power While helping kill hogs some tim Tin remains of Dr C. A. Cox, who over our minds than it Is the fashion r, of Mingy ago, .Mr. w. Man.iry, died at Juneshoro Telin, uu Kridaj, In nilow. nml mi Intlnll) of resource slipped and fed Into the ling box were brought to this city Srturday, lie creek, FARM LANDS, and ability to iim It. Jim. Cnrlyle. wus sexeiely sculdfd on I he foot., Owing to the high prices of all kinds of hud been making Ins homo with his son und again his fiicmls are glad to Itargains in Fayette und adjoining He is out Chiis E. Cox, for several Jtars. He ' Merchandise, it twice as much money counties. Five per cent. Farm Loam. OaromeUr of Character. was l ears. His remains were in- know. To haw ii lot of friends n mini must W. KING und SON. Our friend. Air John Ricliardso , to run our as it has been, during the bhow ii lot of friendliness. When u terred in the Hulfulu Springs cemeteiy. Lexington, Ky. in u tough row of stumps. In 12 14-- mo. (Jutle a gloom was c.tst over this stems man has numerous friends It Is u slgu it is impossible for us to past. fall his foot was caught by the Hint he Is Miini'ililiiK' of n man. cuiiuiitiuity Mondav afternoon when It the A wetk lattr the wagon and mashed. NOTICE. btciune known that Aim. Daisy Van run any days. same limb was erv badly hurt He' Dc wr Saunders had passed away. She All port-nii- s having eluiin.i against the Beginner's Troubles. a li ird time to get about. On Stanford 111 now doing All wholesale houses for tome time and E. Fain, deceased, Little llurolil had Just begun the had been iulte aiurt he had the misfortune to lose a estate of Aim. Alary promptly. please present them study of music, nnd u lxllor linked althcugli her death wus not u surprise, weasel skin purse containing f.'ll. a cash basis and in business on The W. H Fain, bow be wiih gettlni; nlonir. "Ob. nil jet It was indeed u great shock. Wo resirt the following sick this l25-4t- . It. K 3. Lancaster Ky. rlcbt," ho replied, "only Himetlines 1 deiruFi'd hud a hist of triendj und lovwhole world is coming to a fact und Airs John RicliariUo 1 lme trouble with the sharks and ed out a. tor none knew her but to love week. Air person cash system which every llaps." her. Tim she hud been In ioor health have been tiuiie sick of grip. Mrs U in HEMP SEED FOR SALE. fur a number of years, she was ulwaya Djeliouse bus sulTeied u paralytic knows is all. best system poorly. Airs. 11 To the farmers who are thinking of cheerful and looked on the bright side stroke, continues Birds' Instinct Unerring. , Cummins is still quite low, Ali-fssowing hemp this spring, I will sell you your past patronage you The m'hm' of direction in migratory of life and wus ever ready to speak a G. We birds Is ns iiianelous us It is uijste-riou- s. kli d und loving word to those with Samp Cuinmins ami father, II. (!. Cum- seed ns cheap as possible nnd buy your a and hope of same Decides mins are both some better after being hemp at any time tit the highest market The familiar luhahltaiits of whom she came i'l contact. pd. dooryiird niurtlu boxes return the next bar husband, Walter W. Saunders, under the weuther. price. 2 H.ll.COX. year to these mine boxes, tliougti she is survived bv her aned father. O. The term of school taught here by meanwhile they have lulled llruzll. M. VanDeveer of this citv; twosistem, I'rof, Cvrus Johnson and Alias Hettie! NOTICE. Aim J. C. L mi. of this city: Alias Miller came to a successful clone last1 Notice is hereby given thut 1 will It is considered one of the best Beware Indulgence of Anger. Hlunclie VanDeveer of Morgunton N. week. It Is bad enough for one to get mud C. und two brothers David VanDeveer, ' terms ever taught here. Prof, John- - apply to tlio Hoard of Prison Commis. by himself, let alone two together, but of Richmond and Owen VanDeveer of son is an experienced school teacher sioners at their meeting on first Tues-l.Itt- le when tine gets ungry It Is rather difRock UK. Funeral services and while It was the first term Aliss 'day of April 1917 for parole. 1 wu ficult for the other to remain calm. were held ut the Veranda Hotel Wed-- 1 Miller lias taught it wus conducted in convicted in the Garrard County Ky. Auger Is Kometlilng tlmt Is catching, ( nesduv afternoon at three o'clock fob such manner as tu rellect much credit Circuit Court at the November term nnd ought to bo guarded against it lowed by the interment in the Uulfalo o" the teacher and meet with a hearty . 1909 on a charge of murder, all times. pd Clarence Fry. approval by all, I Spring cemetery. r Evaporated Pears, Silver Prunes, P; atat! $50.00 $55.00 Peaches and Apricots. Durkee's li J. R. MOUNT & CO. fauces kinds no i;8!iip 'tie Lli.o of Canned Goods Draw Check Tneo Carrey. mu. I , ..,! S The Garrard Bank Trust Company BAiN'K. HONOR ROUU . - J' 'We Citizens National Bank ! Special Price During Jan- - uary and February on $4. A YEAR. Give us Your Subscription. MoRoberts Drug Store i ISO Days Since January 1st our terms will he strictly Thirty Days. takes business Therefore accounts over thirty practically business are the thinking after the for thank for continuance ia the ,r ,.,., .,,.,,. ,, i,, future. BECKER & BALLARD E PHONE 27. BRYANTSVILLE. Ky. The Central Rocord, Thursday, February 8, 1917. MEASURING HAY. Farm and Garden SEED CORN We Sold During The Past Week 440,640 Pounds of Tobacco at an average of $19.89 Our market was the highest of the entire State, and we want you to continue selling on our market. Each basket of your crop will receive our personal attention, and we will take the very best care of your interest at all times. j P SELECTION. Winter a Good Tlmt For Farmers la Plan Seed Improvement Campaign. Prepared by United Plates department of agriculture.) Much may lie done (luring the winter months toward Impmvlni; the qunllty of the corn crop for the following jenr It Is pnrtlcuhitly Important to hold over from good crops sutllclent seed corn for two or three ycurs' plantings. This Is cssontlil In the origination ami perpetuation of high jloldlng varieties adapted to local conditions. Seed corn that tr.ntures well and dries nut promptly without Injury will keep It good germinating and yielding Hwer for four or five years. Swd corn of the lest quality can he always avail i I I Below will bp found n few crops sold with us during t lit past week, together with tlit; nviriilc of each crop Haldwin & Howard U2f pounds :$7 J.f average 5 2il.i:i Murphy &. Canulitfll 2933 pounds 78D.I7 nvordiju 2ii.lt Hrotigliton & HrdndenburliOtifi pounds 1,311.71 average 25.12 Adkins & Brewer 2775 pounds (180.7:1 2 ;I iivi-rng- I Murphy llros. l.nii V Sou Hay Francis and Kiuhardton 2(2f pounds (Wl.lKl average 21.01! J.J, l2.rH!) average pounds 702.18 IfuO pounds :i82(f) & Brandenburg 2(180 ptiunds (ifi7 7:i tivcrnjju ir.:i.") pounds USfi.!)!) average Ncale & KIiimIus I27D pounds 2('.!)(i aw-rag- S IIMH") 2(1.10 iiM-rail- 2l(i2 21.1H 2:1.1!) THE HOME TOBACCO WAREHOUSE Incororuted. ! t- Richmond, Kentucky. k I - v HmaVBi FLATWOOl) Doctors Agree On Eczema Remedy ,toA. T. Wnrrel sold two head of entile Edward. ' . K. I Comflrm the Statements About D. D. O. Prescription tj n ( U as nna lr n IfKvlflellolnirs: "P. I.theP.dreaded r and fur it.rla.ls as Is for iiialnrtn. I on I . P. P taot'y rrr- - rli at... Ut salt rln ::m, t. ii,t. lnrlwrV urn, pimpics, an ' .u Vt.".. " T, ;f"i. "S. sc.llcs, sores r, that I. P. P. rearhrs inot cafs of iinii ik.'uiu ;al.lHrt i ilium-il- l ij ,ui' itirui. Is nne of Calilwell. Pr nf the li.t kln rinlallits In the utate. Write omt ak him ainiut P. I. P. T. l:icti".nlon. M. P.! "In me 1. II. It. etiouM M npptloil in ail an Imtui-illntof skin illm-ai- r rrlli f t.i ihi Itch, a calm to excited nerves, soft, agent, a etrrnrftli i. K'tlilnc. j t a powerful llii' j stein." fn. i I W. II. Kurt .ld his crop of tobacco for l.'i cents a tutiiid. Joe Hall ar.d ". II. Kurr sold their toliacci crop for $1S n cwt. Mr Henry I Conn old his place in I'iatwood to W. II. Kurr for $8si rash Win Miller and W II Kurr o:d t'leir . ... i,,,.,.!.,,! IM,miH ,. - to Mr. Henjamin Sipple has timvn W. II Kurr's 'Sam KieMs place' near Kin. A 1,000 Mt.Tllon I op skmcti.nu Mini. able protecting a stitUelciit ipiantll) from moisture und Injects and otlioi iy ti'll you mnrealMjut Your ruuni-tiailc t!il reninrtahle unless the tlnittiuttlerrll'Trsioti. P.P.P. oap LitpsjoursVIn liralllir. about It. I!. K. Mcltoberts, Lancaster. Ky. and rJlMue.i!. nenlll t'omitons MA ''"-"'f- l' I llammucli. Last week Mr II. (. Anderson was, lllr"w fr" ' WB" """' ,l"u,ini: gravel on tile pike, and his shoulder) .. was dislocated. j Stoney Point. Mrs J. lines Klannerv is ill Mrs J. K. Mimjio and son are visiting relatives in Williamsburg. MrCi. M. tireen made a business trip to Uichmond lat week. Mr and Mrs Lackev spent Sunday l.ee. with .Mr and .Mrs w. Miss I.ueile Lackev is visiting Missi i Kannie Dowden of l'aint Lick. C. Uogers of Louisville is vis-- l Mr. J. Iting Ills sister, Mrs K. L. King. Mr anil Mrs Frank Floyd and children i of Oklahoma are visiting his father. Mr Frank Moore was in Ixuiville. j animals. The need of sources f rota w hlrh Milt able seed corn can Is? obtained Is epe dally great In the seinlarid and I!ocl; Since this Is a inountaln regions. sparsely settled country, subject to seasonal variations. Med ol adapted varieties Is much scarcer )ear than In sections wheru the corn crop Is more certain. Nothliifr ele would k cheaply turn many corn failures Into Mictesos as the establishment of Rood sources of seed corn. While a knowledge of corn breeding would bo helpful, any fanner can do much toward supplyinc himself and his neighborhood with better seed corn by starting with a well tested a rlery and selecting the best ears from the best stalks each jear. Ily so dolus; natural selection assists in weedim; out I NSE. Mrs Dan Mtziur sient Wednesday, with her mother. Mr. Jim Holman spent Thursday with .Mr John Knhcrts. Mr Lewis Anderson of Herea spent Sunday with his mother. Mr and Mrs Uevere spent Tuesday with Mr and .Mrs H. '. Conn. Mr Johnson ot H'til county, was the wh,4; end guest of Messrs John and I). I). a fine girl. Hud I'ollnrd sold a pair of work mill Mr. and Mrs. ( 'In) ton Anderson flout Sunday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. price tZi'i. Hetchcr. Mr Uyh I sum sold .VI barrels of corn Miss ( ora Hetchcr has returned to j nt INI. tier home after s ending a week with Mrs James Turner lias been ill for her sister. Mrs Turner nt Cartersvllle. ' the past two week. Mr Mark Itogie ami wife and two ot CARTERS VILLE. j tlie children are ipnte sick with colds. Mr Simeon Parks ami family have Mr K. C. Iloriiu Visited his father. Mr moved I mm the bend on Shakertown John lloain last Sunday. pike. Miss Kvn Merrjman visilnl Miss Lurry Kubmasin lias lost IT. valualiN Kate Clsrk Siturdny night sheep in the past few das, due to dry Miss Thelma liolunsini visited Mi I veil Annie Mae (ireen last SiimlH). Mr and Mrs Harey Dean recently Miss Minnie Kenfro visited Mis. gave an elegant dinner to nUml l.'i guests Susie (Ireen last Saturday night Miss Pearl Parson who Ins lieen very the stork recently left a little visitor sick is some letter at tins writing. at the home of Mr ami Mrs. Israel llutrman. Mr John Cre. n and daughter and Little John I'rewitt who has had a Mrs llettie Sliepard visited Mrs Fann.e severe attack of pneumonia Is much (ireen last .Sunday. unproved. Mr and Mrs Alfred SteWald visited Mr A. J. Uice and famil) have movisl her parents Mr arid Mrs Mike Wool-win- e to the properly purchased from the Inst Sundav night. Dunn llros. Kev. J. M. Robinson till. (I his regu Mr. and Mrs. Tnimlm wre hosts at lar apiHiintment nt Carters Chapi'l last a turkey dinner last Friday to a nutr.-Ii- er Saturda) niglit and Sunday. of their frier.ds. Mr and Mrs lllulrard Jennings visited Mr. and Mrs. Ilohhv Hutchinson have her parents Mr mil Mrs J. T. Allen moved to tlie house vacated bv Mr. last Saturday night and Sunday. Turin-- and family. i the past week having Ins eyes treated, Way ta Qet Weight of a Stack Without Weighing. Csllmnliug the number of tons of' hay In n sta k by measuring Is often resorted to when It Is Income nlcnt or iliiprnrtli-.i- l to welsh It. It Is lmMm. slbht to giie n rule for uiensurliig liny which Is entirely satisfactory. The follow lug one has ofleu lut'll used mid t weight approximates the rorn-cW'lill li Plus our. dhldeil by I iimt aipiiircd, then uiilllllled by (lie length and dltldel by .'.IJ gltes the tons. The nlMie rule assumes Hut the i cros uf a stack may lie ! talmsl by dUldlns the width plus oer niensuicmeiit by four mid aipmrlng It. Slacks wiry so much In shaH that this en u not bo absolutely true with nil rule nlso assumes stacks. The that there are .'l'.' cubic feci In n ton. Tbc length of time n stuck has built, the size of n slack or the a mount It has settlisl. also the Mud of hay, nil Influence the weight of a certain volume of hay. The nliovp or oilier rules should not be relied iimn unless it Is Impossible to weigh hay when It Is sold. Problem.' Assume that a tin) stack meusures eighteen feet wide, twenty, six feet otor (distance from ground on one side up oler the stack and to the ground on the other l'lo, and thirty feet long The solution Mould la-- . Llitllleell plus eipials III iipials 41. 41 ditlded by times II. 11 aipmrisl initials I'.'i .'CI i'iiinlss"..o:,o eilblc fist III slack mid 'iXiV divided by Mi' eiUals T.f.l lon. K rnhafer. Wnslilugtoii Station nle REPAIRING FARM MACHINERY. rtiplin Should Ce Made Syite maticat- lr and When Work Is Not Rushing. Imtsirtaim- - of ninlrin.- - farni so that It will Is' ready for use when msslisl Is emphusii'isl bj I". A. Wirt, as.istaiit priifior III eharge of the deirtlneiit of farm machinery in the Kausns State Agri ultural college "lleisslrs should l mule sjstematl. rally, and nt times when work Is not rushing," sun! Mr. Wirt "In putting a machine away after n season work, nutation should he made of the parts i need, si, while the of the inn ililiie Is still fresh In mind. Thcc notes may Is' made on tags and ntlarli rd to the machine, but a serate list should In- - kept on tile ill ease any of th" tags are li- -t. Centers. Miss Viola .MARKShUKY Mr. Hob Chesnut is ill. Horn to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kdwards and brother, Allen of Hyattsville spent Monday night with their aunt, Mrs Anderson. Cinch , t ; Mr Tom Chesnut and family will move in a few U) s to their new home , Kaette. Their m..nv friends regret to see them leave the community. ho unfit. Wheru corn Is grown for grain there Is no better loenlit) from which to obtain seed than that In which it Is to tic planted. Where grown for the silo or for large stall; vrowth seed may be obtained to udvau. tage from a more southern locality or a lower altitude. Nature's Wood Lot Mantle. Investigations made by the IViins)! tuiila State college foresters show that tiiauy wood lots do not hae a good protective mantle. Nature develops a protection against drying wind and tonus In the form of a mantle com pescd of the branches of long downed tXOM along the outer edges of the w tssl hat. For a distance of II fly to sctenty tr feet from the edio the wood lot hould be disturbed us little us o;I bio und preferably not at all r.vept to remove dead trees and an occasional large, overmature tree. While the mantle should be allotted to develop mid to rciuulii on ad sides, it Is particularly Important that It be maintained on the side towatd tlie pie vailing direction of tl.o wind. C II r) Anderson of the State college staa" says failure t berie this simple pifcaiithiii tuny iiieau nun h dr.tlug out for-st- 1 8 HI until spring he probabl) will forget about the ieialra nisshsl "In the slack winter season the farm er should g" I" the shop nnd put eiery machine Into hrt class eoiidltion Tills gives the Implement dealer time to ib Uln the parts ueish d Ordering br mall lesM'iis the chance of titling the wrong pUsv. Pints inssle.1 eaniiut al- obtained ways from the dealer, but will hate to oimi' from the branch house or factor), and pleiit) of time shiaild Is alhmisl "III the busy season, whin a bleak-ag- e isvuis, tlie farmer remrs It ns t be and gm-- on using the machine. The work may sulliix- - for the rest of the season, but will not last Such lepalrs IhrouKh another Jear ure often the caiiM of inferior work and nuke the prisens of harvesting Handy Hog Catcher. hog man n hog catcher which he llinls tery handy. "To make this hog catcher, take n piece of gas plst uboul three-- fis-- t long and sll lilt the end of it an Iron handle of an old shotel or wi'i. Usually a thrcc-ipiartc- r hull gas I'lpe will tit mi! Iron hninlle of this kind. Cut n hole about mi Inch long in the pipe sit Inches U hnv the handle. Then take a piece; clothes-- 1 of wire, preferably a twlsti-line, ns It Is softer niid more pliable, und make a loop about slv inches across In one end a loop that will not A If the farmer waits Tens TOBACCO - - TO - - 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 0 cracks I lot of tho soil, an in aslmi nr tin n n i t by grais'tcs, liaiilenii.' greater uuiubir uf limbs luoli-- i wind and iiihn Injur) fron frost LANCASTER TOBACCO W 0 STANFORD, STREET S 8 8 W 01 3 !: HANDY FARM HINTS. Alloln;; animals tuies the labor of department of agriculture. to Inmost corn rw euttlug. husking, hauling to tlie fissl lot und hauling the manure back nil tho laud. Delielous table airup can bo nunlo from cull and wosle npples by home luelhiidsileeloinsl by thu I lilti d Stuli- - C. A. Speith Company MANAQERS. Liiueslouu soils In guiierul are lar IX tlcularly well bulled to ulfalfa, but cveu sucli lands ure frequently acid and rcqulto liming to grow this crop mectssfully. While coru culture under droughty conditions U larjely u matter ot taking chalices with seasonal conditlouH, certain coiitrollublu conditions of boll ud sooJ ofteu deteriulnu the success or failure of the crop. Thoroughly rotted manure makca food mulching for ihrub. It may be spaded into the toll iu the eprlng. A thtu coverlug orer the lawn U also le to hold the auow aud work lfito the aoll durlof tha iprlsf. I I, We Pay Highest Market Prices. Unload the;fSame Day. No Commission Charged. Phone 30t. Also Branch House 8 8 8 8i at MORELAND, KY. I'.ism the other i lid Into the lower ud of the plHi und let H come ,t the hole Ulow Iho handle. Make i ether hsip In (ho wlte lit tins n! ' fiat when this nps.T haip Is pul .d cen wllli Iho end of th,. handle i' k'lot of Iho lower loop will Ikj lull u iulo Iho ilK. To tiso (ho calihi-r- iu the wire loop ilimii ns far os It come, slip It over tho hoga in se Hl.rn ho onns Ills inoiith, und pull u,' tut tin lisip ut Iho liuudle. 'lids Iriii.s his mis. up ngalii.t the cud of Hie is- tun can easily hold a Img of almost any size, wllh one hand " -- Kansas slip. Fanner. Lois of Humus Spells Eahauihon. Tho loan of humus is u.ually the c,,f,l most potent fact In the ha ut Ion of aolls. 8 8 f The Central Record.iThursday, February 8. 1917. 1 ILL HEALTH IS EXPENSIVE nd your tyium friof wt matu-- ytvi rtlv b nk. for rnnttipation.hravtnns bad TrlrlietlY duiurbpi, ue a Rrxxi Uxatlret breath n nd tnor.y dortorMIN MARDI T GR AS RAILROAD Tracked by a Human Weakness r Coughs Worse at Night I he ntnplcit nnu qiilckeit wiy to get iM of n wealing, fucking nlftlit cough, t.VIUHl tUlt MUH i roM ntifruiMft Uvtt i tnuntrcmry. If jrwir ONLY A DAY AND NIGHT TO NEW ORLEANS. Hr WILLARD nl Inm b LOUISVILL 6 NASHVILLE Tickets on sale dally Feb 12 to 19, Inclusive. Orleans $22.40, Mobile $19.70 Pcnsacola $20.15 Round Trip from Lancaster New Meepintf ear fan Minn,, fll each vWi private home SI i.n pi r iluy.r nt per tiny mill up I'm purtin.l.irs sir I. &. lirst-i-hi- tickling throat, hourtc, wheezy breath Ing U tu take Foley's Honey and Tar. In it, )nu get the curative influence of the pine tar and other lirnling ingfrdi f nti. together with the mollifying and tatntive fiction of honey. I dilnf C T. Millrr, f!ann1ton( In J. if.tf Hoaril N lit Im'M Imicls ?2.(K) Ajjmii. Call for list cl Holds, lioominR and Boarding Houses. irtmbled nh bron tinitrrr rltei "I thial affrctlnn and iruttrj rnnafantly day anil M, I Itwik I ittfv'a tlnrry attill ar an J t f l.rt It l rf at (or liritnrhlai cntJa arJ loughf.," I a I'tpp and lffnrl.lal rutha, ritmp, txiarac Utklii I tbroal, ate ail tiuLly rcUtvid. mm, if Sold I'vvP. Wilrti' Its Summer Time 1 i r . . Two Daily Trains: Through Pullman k Florida r -- Oiu moridiu: thr pilct town nf silver Wulem -- named for u xtreum ruiinliii; llirimsli It wiih (inrrlllcil at the mi iiiiiiiK'i'iuent that IMinnrd Mnrnlou had Sll licen found niurderiHl In IiN ter Willi ri n n iiiiimer seltlcmeiit of wealthy pernilM who were lint Iherc hi v Inter. Imt Marxton had rciimlniil hcyoiid Ihe iiximl lime, nml the tragedy loceurreil l.ile In.NoifinUT. I enterThe hiiilM- - hud ethlrtiUy 'ed for Ihe pilrmie of plunder. It win Feucrnlly known that Mrs. Marstiin. who iih In the i lly lit the time of the iiiuider. had n Kreat deal nf rnlunlile Jewelry. Some of Dili wan nt the (iiuutry hnue, mid It wni nil Uiken by Hie rnhlnTH, ns were her hiHliand'n htuiN. pleevi- - litiltons, fcarfplim. ete. When the polli'e. who were railed In at (iie e. came they look po'eslon of the premises, allnwInK llotliliiK In he a ti.ui licl UK the arrival of !eiiip!-ey- , dete llve. who was to make a thoroiish mndr. T,v ImIa TaMfilJ cletf unlfaoiyftem,07freem4 Manalin Tablets are Ideal feIitTltITMtfJV.E.n.l lika tiahltn. nn Im1 is , . TV anartiui ail tone raurrh. ruitu-sth- a rtrai1 t. ihonysf.in, Ths iwoare rr tt fti Jito- crcurwm today CItatM, 0ai ffO-- l health. B,ri In Onllcwn) . Prrun. s ai ioo v I f a Lex tS ., f e, 2i c. .... .r, 1 , Colusikm, . Okii.. r.JI,. NOW is the ideal time to visit FLORIDA or ihe examination. car leaving Louisville 7:55 p. in., arriving Jacksonville 8:50 p. in. Tnrouj;li Pullman coni.txtion on train Icavinjr LouisviKo 7:20 a. in., arriving J act somiile 6:50 a. in. .1... Sutiiu.crvii.s ur.d i: .101 'c Dlnliz C.i.-'. T. ..r .1 I'n- -. Vii.frTe- r' . MnjHHct tr.i.'l '. a:rli"-- .. i .tit ...iti'in-inffl ' t' nmlei'n. lilti(..,m local Soutl.f" Vmt.nv acnt or write 1 The Southern Hailw.i" it the direct line to Ashcville, u, Alice' . i!i:u", C. ! .C t .nah, Rail 111:111: Tin- - Only Hotel in Louisville '' ' r..ll.Tmld.Dit'r;!PWr:-l.r!-!-,V!.oi!.-v:!lc,K- y is a (iooi) 1'i.ack to stop von i.itti.k money. LOUISVILLE HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, KY., Main St., between AMKItU'AN PLAN. (Willi Meals) 6th and 7th. '1 EUIIOPEAN PLAN. (Without Meals) Operated on the American and European Rooms without Ilath hut with Hot nml Cold Itunnine; Water. 7.1 Itooms single. Jibo per W Itooms niiinl. - fiO per fs) I'roiit Itooms single, aim per jin with Private llatli: U ItiMimi . xiiiK'v. !!.ll per i"i;le. U.fid per W liiHiinii Itooina uitliout Until but with Hot nml Culil Kuimini; Water. I 'I a n . ... da ; day , day; il.i ; people. ?1M) arli. prop!'. II people, people, people. i!.'J."i each. i&il each. '1 1! 7.i each. each. ilay; It.lKi Tfi hi .Ml ItiMimii KiHiint ninle. ii;le, single. KiiiK'e. $I.INI M Front Idioms lioom with Private Hath: SO pvrtlay; I.iki per ilay; l.TiU per ilay; per iluv; 2 people, ?U.".ri each. J Jieople, 2 ieople. 2 pi'ople, 2 people. 1.1MJ encli. t.i'i each. I,2. each. I.W each. ItcMimn ItiHima i"Kle. THE OLD INN, Louisville, Ky., Corner Sixth and Main Sts., European Plan Only. Hixiini Without Until, fl.lnl ami up: ItiMimi With Private Path, $1.."0 nml up. IIKST KATINti Pl.Al i: IN TOWN. The litiKVille llnlel und the OM Inn are locntml in the wholesale ilistriot ami only a three-hlockretail district and theatren. walk tn tl.e ilT day; Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Proprietors. 3. 00'0'0'.';0 K. ('. MILLION, t0i0': Pre. 0j.j0i.'.0AO.::0!'0M0iH'j T. J. Cl'IH IS. Vice xqmq'M: .53x0101039 K. DKATH KKA'J K. s. Pre. .. :: Madison Tobacco Warehouse MANY. COM r.nri!it It' . Near 1. & A. Iex.t. J. CAPITAL $40,000.00 nntixToits T. J. Curlia. M. Telephone!"!. Marion Coy, s v0- 0: Pemtey hnd n leputalloti of lelu n, of the moit skillful prolx'M of erlme In America. When lie arrived In- hl Niin'h fop soinethlni; the erlm-n I or (Tlmliiali had h'ft ax u hlch lew niere weie mi fiKitprlntx, are iimally considered the mct lmHir t n nt pointers. IihIcimI, after nu hour's methodical Invextlcatlon letusey had Then Ills eye dlsunercd nothliii; iniisht it Miiall ohjii t under n ilrewpr from wlilih Mr. Jlarstou'i Iwlotiuliiir". had U'i'H takeiu Urnwliu: nu eleitrie lamp froui his iket. he tlualietl It upon Ihe ohjeit and retealol a stud. Taking It up. he saw that It was a mosaic nml reeoR iiltisl It as one that must have hecu made In Italy, r.vldeutly In taking It fiom the hex In which It nml other articles of like character had lieen kept the thief had droplKtl It and It had rolled under the dresser. This was the only clew tint n? found. Ileinpsey inquired of Mrs MarMon hou many studs of the set her husband had possessed, where they had been pmcuicd and any other In formation the lady mlcht five lie was toM that there were three studs In tin- - set. Willi a pair of sleeve buttons to match. She had brought them from liniiie with her after her hist visit theie during tin' previous summer. The design v,is the same on all the studs and the sleeve links, n copy of the head of a statue In the Vatican 'ailed the Almlto Uelvldere. 'That will do," said Demise. "It I ' may lie n lone (hasp, but If pcrsMisl In the thief and murderer will nt last he found." i Ileinpsey did imt to probe the matter till a month after the robbery, then he gut up n circular, n coiy of which he sent to eicry pawnbroker inaiiilfactiirlui; jeweler In Amer , and lea. lie cave u description of the mosaic stud and a picture of It. He k1 untiling from ntiy pawnbroker, but i lretii a Jeweler he recehod a letter ttatiiii; that two studs answering the description in his letter had been made Into a pair of carrlnfs In his shop. Hempsey iosioiided to the letter In person and learned that the work had ( been done for n woman. She was well reiuemlieiv.l by the clerk who took the irder and was described ns nlwut twenty-eigh- t or thirty years old, large. rather flashy In her dress, nnd her face ml neck had been "ealcliulned " From this point Ileinpsey worked Willi u largo coips of nssNtaiits, whom ho employed to go to imbllo places of imuenient. dining places, cabarets Indeed, such place m are frequented by the flouting population of cities a year Nevertheless tcd with no results. At last one of iHmpsey's assistants, .1 girl about sixteen years old. remrt. si that n friend of hers had told her that she had sat next to a woman nt u movie show GULF COAST RESORTS Cet away from the eohl and enjoy life in tl.e lam! of Sunshine anil Flowers. Low round-trifares and excellent service Ma. p Iwjl,. LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. For particulars, call upon local agents of this rnilrond. i raarm in rm THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. CupUol A. Ii DKNItY. 50,000. Surplus $30,000. S. C. DENNY. Cashier. L. (Jll.l., President J. K. STOUMKS. Vice Pres't. It. 1. JmiiKY, Ass i Cashier. J. Safety 1). Deposit WK SOLICIT Cochran. C. Denny, Boxes Yt)Uit For Rent. IIUS1NESS. Stormea, S. i. Alex It. Uennv, J. H. Posey, J. E. L. Oill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. Fine Cut Flowers For Phones 339-F AH Occasions. -- 13 or 83. All Orders Kecei"e Proaint Attention Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. n The Most Powerfully Efficacious Medicine Ever Sold in Lancaster, Ky. Kor eight years lias been used and known with more conlidence and satisfaction than any remedial medicaIn Full nature demands the ussictance of a tonic tion known. medicine to assist the elimination or throwing c(T of accumulated filth from the human body, and if this natural assistance is denied or nut furnished, then Iilieumatism, Colds, Catarrh, Malaria and Consumption, j COM CEL-SA- E H . i:. 0. Million. Dr. 0. II. Vnucht. IvJ P. Million. .0. : linden. II. I)eathcrni;e. 0 To Tobacco Growers and those who sell it Some Late Sales at the Madison House. I'mmtls 221m I 1 i & 0. (rower Charley Koss .lorry I'arrisli Mrs Dollars H!M8tt 107.!)!) Average :!l).7(i HU) Ktit l)t-t- h Host lHl I77f. I2IK1 l5iJ50 27.!)! 2.127 23.1(1 M.G.Lee Harris White (le... neiu.y Stapp & Murphy F raneis & SereUan Ul.in :17.0: W.VM 1.211.1!) ' 751 !)(i 2.(152.1 1 2I.:7 21.51 2l)lf. WHO 2!) Ill 23.2(i gfljjs 22.!)!) 21.31 ;: fa- 0. te 0. 11535 Covii.Hlun & Crews l"35 Collins (v Meeks 2(i!IO Mat sheares 2015 Heasley & Ibasley 201)0 CiM-ami llanlen 1285 Abkins an.l lolerle 211)5 Donahue anil I.ear : J. W Elmore We claim the het maiket in the Unte Our Call u for inaiket eoiiditl un and come 2.308.70 (U.25 I57.01) Ui3.K! 28SI.10 22.35 22.3!) 22.18 22.50 557.71 "35711 n: it 1 2235 22,11 ll.x W, sale lUS.WMi, f nverane The Pioneer. t)A.l. nei when in tunii. 1 J8 I N MADiSiif T08I000 Incorporated. WARE- HOUSE COMPANY. Third Street, L. & A. Depot, Richmond, Ky 0 I who wore ini'sak- ear-- , rings representing "the head of a mail with curly hair." The assistants were I Instructed to follow the person If met with nnd note the resMen-- e Itut Ihe woman with the earrings couM not l e found. So the gaine wns lest Hut IVmpsey went at once to the city made, where Ihe discovery had bis-. hired a special corps of assistants nnd nent iiIhiiiI himself where pleasure loving people go. One tueulng after dining tit a cabaret he was lighting a cigar und iiIhuu tn iumt on whein woman entered brushed past him mid took ii seat nt n table with her escort. Penipsey's eye were out for earrings, and he thought those the woii.nn wore were iiichiIcs lie look u sent ut n table near the one at which Hut couple sat. but not fear enough tn get n close vlw nf her ear lings. The iiinii ordered drinks, nftd whk-l- i Ihe couple danced. While they were dancing Ileinpsey took a scat few feet of the one within 0. an had nleft, though Ids back Ihe worn would he : toward her- - When she returned h!i took the seat shu had occupied before. IVmpsey turned nrniind nml, seizing brought his 0. nue nf the earrings In fiH.-u- hand, Ids eyes. It tn within ii proper for When Mrs. Mnrstmi was going to : bed that night she received n telephone message fiiun Ileinpsey staling that he . had found the stolen studs, the wearer had revealed tho thief and murderer and he had bevu arrested, "How did you do ltV" nsked the w Idow, . "It rumo through a human barharlim -- a passion for adornment which civ0. ilization bit not crtdlcatcd," was Uw reply. 0' . : It Is Legally Guaranteed that is, every box is packed and hacked by and with Legal (luaran tee that gets your money back if fails tu do what you expect it to is pure, sweet, fresh Jtoots ami Herbs - Three boxes for One Dollar. Each box makes a full iiuart of medicine, thus compounding a lasting searching tonic, body an-- blood builder, superior kidney and bladder 'roubles, nervousness, weakness and malaria, to itnytliinc of its kind. For indigestion, gas in the stomach und bowels, is the remedy most excellent hy rot go to Stormes Drug Store, Lancaster, K) . and ,'et a three mouths treatment if for fl.iu. Legally (iuaranteed also get .'5cts worth of Science Sope, made for human skin only and ommends itself with own pur-t- y und sweetnets. You should also remember tu get u -.- V- bottle nt Dakota lack's Cowboy Liniment, for pains 0 '. e ft 5 8 sprains, bruises burns, tc , as used by Itanchmen, 'ouboys, Scouts und Indians. these rem Vu homes should be without It Ml people cun buy edies at STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy, Co. DC DC Dukoto Jack-Whlte-Mo- on 372U 31 West Uroadway. LOUISVILLE. KY. 1L The Central RfcorH. Thursday, February 8, 1917. farmer's column! frfloir III hmtinitH foi me esehe l n of otirnimcf ! anlr of stofi, nam auA tiich Ihltis" on t.rm the Utrarr rmilmt sflunl to s.lvsr-tl- r otrr lour No nMIr will be screr-tn- l of th liw.. .u.l will twenty In "o 1917 DAIRY AND CREAMERY PURE BRED COW BEST. j -- " ANNOUNCEMENT- 1917 Car PLANTING FRUIT TREES. Should B Taken Not lo Sat th Roots Too Dtp In 8oll, The beginner In tree planting usually els his trees too deep rather than too dinllow In the relalliely heavy soils of Missouri. J. C. Whilteii of the depart-men- t OF - j CARDS. Ollice i )f M iil.ctltir.inl SWMMJAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. to Hughes & Swincbroad of hoitlciillure of the I'nltcrslty af Missouri .is. "Wiling It era should bo selis-tofor planting, mid they should be n-- t lit the Under Similar Conditions Sha It Mora OF lne. .ittno depth at which they stood In the Profitable Than the Grade. .coin, free of efin'tf niirserj," Mr. Whilteii said. "Trees 1 contend that the pure bred cow on .KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, turn to the nnrthe.it and glow crooked Wanted :w ha'e good clover May. the nverngo "III do anything that the because of the warm south and suiith grade cow on the nvcrnge will do-a- nd (!. A. Swint'liroml. west winds during the growing mioii. something more, wrltei It. I'.. 1 1 11 1 c Lit ti The tree should Is- - set Willi tin heat lor UW U shoot. Kor Sale-T- en tn the Ilural New Yorker. son title to the KiiittliMest to atold this. It. II. Ward. nvcrnge production of the dairy 2.1. The The rools should b' trltuti'ed so as cows of the United State Is approxiIN not to be cramped mid aur Kor Sa!e:-1- 8 slnmts. weight about 75 mately 1 iHiunds of fnt per annum. wounds taken off. reach trees slne.ild Bright Herring. On the coutrnry, the average producpounds. be pruned most seterely nfter planting tion of ll.llKi puro hrol cows tested to of any of the orchard fruits. Tiltn all For Sale-- 14 Jan. 1, 1010, Is tr.0 pounds fat. Which branches off, leaving a single it hip; S. Morgan. pulled down the average the grade work mules. then shorten the whip to n heluht of cow or the pure bred? The answer Is fis-- l 4 year-ol- d f'lirrrj Kor Sale-- 13 EXPERIENCE AND EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS. about tno and one-haltrees sliniiM he less xctcrcl) trimmed J. (X Morgan. obvious. work mules. The simple fact that It is possible to If well liiiiticlitsl the center of the tree Our records for the past eight years show sales of more thanJ13,5C0 acrts iliotiM Iv cut out. The Japanese plum Kor Sale; One pair good horses, eith. quote accurate figure In giving the e, of land, besides s large amount of town and city property and stocks of double, will null cheap if tree should be shaped like the er single or amounting to more than $l,XiO,000.(X) ami this business wn'done to Other pluui, apple and r trees, havK. II. Uronaugh, old at once. Ky. 600 clients and customers and they are my ing only ti Much- - hip, should I e treat the entire satisfaction of more than Crab Orchard 2.1.3t. est likewise Older tree may be tieat references for "fatr dealing," Mr. John Cress, of Preachersvllle, Krom my experience in the business I know how, when, where and what iil like the cherry, with the exception - sheep for snle, has lortj extra lintthat all brunches may be shortened to t.i advertise. one-halor one third of their natural also u choice lot of stock hjg. To the one who has property to sell farm lands, city property, dwellings length." I its or bu.iness property, merchandise or any real cstte"proxisition, I solicit of mare H. B. Cox bought a nice pair your business, believing I can handle it to your entire satisfaction. mules of G. A. Swinebrua l for whicn List vour farm or other property with me now. I now have on hand a WAY TO CONTROL he paid WOO. I hi il list of parties who are going to buy something somewhere and your pro-er- ty cow with first calf, Kor Sale:-Jerse- y may be just what I am looking for. fresh anil promising milker. To the one who wants to invest, 1 solicit your patronage us I know valurs THE OX WARBLE PEST Mrs. Ida Tinsley. and know that when ou close a deal tluough me ou will get "value received" Sophie's Adora, the cow here lectured, went on test at one day owr fir your money. two yenr old Kor four yearn of agt, and In the fnt I have on hand for rale at alt times a Large Number of 1'urriis. Dwellings toning 33 dai prmluml U,S5i2 lujlir.t by the ot warble amounting mules. Will sell one or by the pair. vs.o Citv Property not in the advertised list, as my list of properly is constantly to minimis of dollars annually could pounds of milk containing W. S. Carrier. iKJunds of butter fat. which amount chancing, by sal"", expirations renewal, listing new properties iird lnm f Is- rishiivd to almost unthiit' if s.uek to 1.041.7 pounds of butter, flsured my het properties are not adwrtixed at the reipiest of the owners. II. C. Sutton bought a pair of five men would pracli'S' rfTivt w practlcill oa the f per cent ha? Ik, Thin rec(5. A. Swim-broaord makes her world's champion of Gurrunl County, write me and I will tell cu uietlii.ls of control, aeoribnu to (1. year old mules of if you are :i Jersey. Sophie's AdoIn the all about our County, its fertile soil, its products, market facilities good roads, I'eiili. profesuir of eiilo..iol for $400. ra Is owned and was bri.-- ut Lowschools nnd churches, nfI.niicn.ter and its business, its people and its growth. K.ilisas Arileultiiral eollese ell, Mass. W. H. Hurtnn bought 11! mules nl The pic4nv of the u warble Is ill". The following is just a few of the properties I have on nam! for sale now. l hy in.frslnt: (tn, linnd liter the Richmond lait Monday, from various KAKMS. back of tile iiiilin.it. The warble mat which lie pjid an average production of pure bred cows Is ill parties, for A farm of 2i7 ecres nearly level land, highly Improved, on pike. by putting kerosene, tur The iihote W of ilOT. He repirts a s.usil crowd lint tlnctly a recommendation. figures are taken from the list of tested A farm of lfi'J acr-- s, partly rolling land, good improvements, on pike Willi peiitlne or mercurial ointment In or trade good in the mule line. cows Issued by the Jersey, fiucriiscy. about 100 acres of cliir and grazing lund thro-Ai- i on the opening throui:h the skin dlrist in, liter" the grill. s This treatlllellt FOR SALE: Ky. Red Berkshire Ayrshire ami llolstein associations. A farm of i!l)l acres on two pikes, can be divided in set era! farms. ,o l Certainly conditions of feed and care improvements but n number of building sites, Fine location. Land lies well. Roars, White Rock Roosters, While production. It is equally certain Upland Ooblers and tour hemp brakes- - affect I.im! lies well A 'ertilo farm of 1M1 acre, with splendid improvement. that the farmer and not the row Is J. 0. Ilurnsidi-- . I'hnne 37S-K- . sensible for thee condition, iiiul It le and is on pike. Is room house, good urchin!, well located, A small faun of 'Si acres, with my contention that under similar eon Ultlons the pure bred cow will produce oi pike, close- to school and churches, or 10 acres with large liarn adjoining can KELLY TOBACCO SEED. more profltably and reproduce more be added, making 'Xi acres. Possession at once. A farm of llT. acres, close to town, large tobacco bam and linehuildirg Beware of Imitations. Other seed is uniform quality iu her calies; than will the grade. ' s le nil pike for dwelling. being sold under their names. The obl'robably nil of us from personal A farm of US acres, partly rolling, tine lanU, splendid improvements right genuine improved "Standing Up" Bur servation agree that the pure bred sire ley Tobaccs Seed raised by B. L. Kelly Is desirable ut the head of the herd. on pike. A farm of lis acres. 1 miles from town, on pike, lard partly rolling, and Sons, can be procured only from Have we analyzed tho reasons why? tile, raiser and is not genuine unless put He Is simply reproducing tho quulttles I splendid improvements. Tti Abcnlen.Anaus t,rre1 uf ml-tl- v A farm of 110 acres of tine land well improved. iei pike accessible to mar of of his pure bred forbears In building ud in packages bearing a isipuUr tth ffsirrs lute Application and nutrlier. Wll.ll maturrd and is now up the producing ublllty of the herd. ket of three county seats, land lies well. their signature. rattrlifsl tllcy idmH furm altiwst m. A small furm of IS acres, one.fourth mile from pike, with good iinprov- pending in the U. S. Patent Ollice for Would a grude bull do the same? vtas w) mmetricsl and not tunchv Would he Impart same uniformity t the registration of their signature as a to his get? Not In the er vttchy As Iks f riruducrr. Ih.y one c:ie out ot fifty. aro tiard to iual. Tho utl .huwn i.Knti.'iTV. trade mark and all infringements will UI So dairyman ever got rich In n day. . I. mi Atxrdrtn. Annus be prosecuted. New imsiurn dwelling of S rooms, z halls, cellar, liatli room., mod. rn The dairy business demands patience. ! Seed picked from best selected pods, No dairyman can afford to neglect the I nprovements, furnace heated, electric lights, water works, small modern brn should Is- - giteu nlieu the grubs produced by champion Burley tobacco building up of his future herd. It Is 'and 4 acres of land. oa the backs of cattle, liecausp If growers ot Kentucky lor the past 3 his responsibility to breed better oows A dwelling of ti rooms and out buildings and 4 acres of land. the grubs wltli every generation. The grade cow Ising rear. Another new modern dwelling of 10 rooms with all modern coiiteuiencei Willed they become tough aru likely tu cause sores. .So many Send all mail Is a handicap In breeding. A number of other dwellings and building lots. Price f 1. per ounce. conOlctlng lines back of her prevent through the sklu Is If the Kor further par'iculars and prices inquire of very small It should ls enlarged with prepotency, and she falls to breed "true B. L. KELLY & SONS. u Miioolh, isilutisl ktlek, A machinist's to type." Her daughters are Just as R. F. D. No. 1, Lancaster, Ky oil rati having a alendcr nozile furnishlikely to be Inferior as to be superior es an excellent method of appljlug the to ber. On the other hand, pure bred stock carefully selected and Judiciously medicine. This treatment limy l s implied rapidly by running the cattle bred afford a foundation for Improving through a chute, with one man staquality with every generation. Kentucky. tioned on each side prntliled with an j oil can llllisl with the medicine. Car of Dairy Bulla. The rattle should be examined from ( Judicious management Is quite as im The Ultimate Car. fifteen to twenty days later, mid any portant as careful feeding In keeping that escape the first ticatmcnt , Kill lis bulls in satisfactory breeding condition. should be (.queered out and rusli.il. llierclse Is a prime essential. If young Knight Motor Car. It Is important that any urubs bulls are placed In paddocks they will squeezed out hhoulil Is destroy, si, else usually take sulIVIent exercise, but will transform Into adult (l.i-s- . this Is seldom true of nu old bull. A ithe.t ox warble Is one of the worst better way to Insure Kiitllclent exercls,. of tattle, especially hi the Is to lead lii in a mile or two or even sis lions. It Is sometimes called farther every day. This exercise will Isiltl.t and heellly and Is nl-- o nfteii do mole to keep lillll healthful, vigorspoken of as ii grub. ous, qiileU and sure than any other Iu general np ar.Hii e and sle the method that can be emplo.ttsl unless nil Hit fly. like ninny other IsdHles. re If interested, write or plume 4s he Is accustomed to using a treadmill. hi M'luhlcs the common hoiie.tbee. It Is Ill this event nn hour's exorcise on the b.ilf ill) Inch long, pluck and entered f Ed. C. lull! dully will keep him In good form. elowish white and reddish, Any bull that has been cniefully ftsl. KY. brown and Mack halts. WUMORE, not permitted to become overfut, but In the spring from the taller part of yet in thrifty, rigorous londltlon. March lo tho Ut of May the tiles up-pear aUnit the cattle, laying their eggs khould breed until he Is llfteen or six! According to Growth. in In the region the tegs, fspiH-l.illteen years old If ho has always recoited ? . Freddie was told by his father to Mini Millleient excico with legul.lllty.-KluibaH- 'M Just nl.ove the hoof. It Is flolil this 3 i. out the prices of seats for the circus. ti.tl.it of placing tho eggs near the heels Dairy runner. II? 'lit .. Freddie mkhi returned, breathless fioiu that they get the name of heellly III tho .04, haste, and iinnouncfd: "Tweiitydlvo ttcot and southwest, Humoring Cows. In UHo It was estlmalisl that OI per cents for children, uuil llfty cetiis lor Thr money making iluityiiiaii lenins overgrown people." tent of the cuttle In Kansas wete Inlll.es nnd dislikes, to know cnwN-th- oir 7V..70 T2 " tel led with warbleo. Thoiiuuual llnaii their needs and what Is hurtful to I lal loss on da ma cis I hides nloue Is now thein. A cow that gives it large yield Is at lostlinnlcd for tho I'lilted Peculiar Tribal Cuctoms. always notional innl has many petty fium "'.". Iu the Kasteru Ai'ihlpelupi main tvhluw uboiit the way sho tvtintH her ' U' i to $"il.isal,iHiii. doctors In certain tribe" went' fiunile feisl arranged and tho mariricr In dress, and the woumii doctors In other which she wants her milker lo treat Corn Experiment Lesson. tribes nrrnj themseltes us meli. There her. An Increase In yield Is often seIll experlnients with eoru ut the are villages, ugaln, where both u male emed by humoring these whims. reiiusylviiula state tollego iurlug the J-JUi 7a if JiJJ-arid u female doctor may be found, mid last few jisiis heiity seisl gave a liltle In other places woiiian doctors lire forbelter Held ccriuluilllnii mid u lit t It 4- 4- 4 bidden to marry, und form Hiucthln belter yield Hum light seed. Seisl from Iu the ualuro of n sisterhood. ears which germlnatid quickly gave n DAIRY NOTES. Sets) Held germination. tdlghtly selected on the stalk genutiiiilcil Ixdler Successful dairy expansion Inthan sevd selected ut husking time In volves the Intelligent systematic an outdoor test, for tho single year for grading or building up of a herd, which tho iccord was kept. Seed both by kolectlon and breeding. at husking In three years' trials, The undersigned hereby g've warnThero aro few cowh which will for konio unaccountable reason, guvu itiiniig not stand ing to all persona not to trespass upon Ull,T K,art ot ,Irnw to lTAfHAT , iort(tCi " ,lc'"reof ,h) umb,rl VUT P"10" at tl)(Ht,,t.r a lineyou tho belter Held germination. The ihn tn Iklnirirocess if they hute our lands tor any puriose whatever as 4 2 unl u tluv hren lked anJ yields were about alike. iiothlug t'Uo to attract their at- u.m to surprised and pleased with the lesu" of your art work. This we will prosecute all olfenders to ful tentlou. picture always carries u trunk when It travels abou1 likes to piirli that trunk Int extent of 0- law. Hunters and. Rtnsw tho Lttltr. Urery cow In tho herd should iti.ir anu, aininae lo say, part ot in picture plays lilllUrtls all over the world. Klshermen especially take notice. lleglu while Now this Is all you are to be told about It. (Jet busy with jour pencil and find Htraw, hay, ulfulfa, chaff, leaves and bo halter broken, out what tha puula Is. corn stover all make good Utters. cut they are calves. Kd & N U Price It. L. Klkin Shavings uud haw dust aru not beat beA chill outside or tusldu la of. 4- II. C. Arnold. J. C. Itigsb Wo will gladly print tho namea of all children who will take the pains to cause they tend to pack ami also hold a fresh cow. tea fatal for .liilm 'I'stuin. Mrs. K. L. Frazee dampness. Itegardless of tho kind of Look out for tho March winds. You will find It Interesting and they will appear 4 trace out the above picture. Utter used, it should bo renewed freK U Arnol 1. 4 Keep the cows Iu outVf them. T U. Sla-i- u. in every issue of the Record from this dute. Who will lie the first lo aend lilt quently and never allowed to become Wo will itdd otht't names for lijcent 4-badly contaminated wlta dropping). 4.s ciihh. or her name? Successors - Or. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. at Itainey s Livery Lnncnsler. Stable. Kentucky Headquarters for Real Estate "THE LAND OF NOW" J.EiDWARDS,H.D Phone 391-M BUCKEYE, KY. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRobertt. H. .1. PATRICK. Kuntuck I). V. M. Paint Lick. John Jl. Casey, I Veterinary Surgeon. CJrtttliniit .. t'tiiciiiiiiiti College. Vilfriiiiiry KKNTUCKY. IDANMI.I.L .J. A. Beazlev 27 FUNERAL DIRECTOR Kesulence I'lmne 3 ttlllce Over National Hank Ollice l' one LANCASTI'lt. KV. Ladies Coats. Mens and Boys Suits to close out at cost. tti G. C. COX. I'Ikiiii Manse,Ky ,,,, ..... .... 'H m Ofllre Hours j 10 12 ,M.7(oop ml M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheele Docttrt Of DraitJ briery. smiinti SHMlmui.1 Hurl A ipd. .tin, nrtiliare Hturv. LANCASTKIt. KENTUCKY. UlSe. ' SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. Lancaster, Stearns. America's first TREES Kverytliiim fur On lmrtl. Ciinli-n- , I Fruitand Shade Trees Shrubs. Graoe Vines, Rhubarb. Asoaraus, Roses, Phlox. Peonies nun mui Nn Agts The Car For Pride Luxury. and Service. Benckendoi Fill In Picture Puzzle No. " 1 Writtj for free ('titii!ni.'iii'. H.F.Hillenmeyer -u &. Sons. nut; l.fnu:iiii, Kt'titiiiky. 'f. Builneti.Phonography TYPEWRITING and BOOKKEEPING TELEGRAPHY V 7SMITH 3USINESS COLlEQE lla 1'rnlilsnli.ii iiri of l nrftnr In mr ftlilll '(u 41 Inn cImi 14 t ftnklu nl IdmiUlLHl H U. NtMITII. I.riincn. ftiv. rr JOHN WHITE & CO, LOUISVILLE, KV. Libtral' assortment aid lull value paid Ut rime rawrUilO Hlats and Oast aklsa Jofforsop Schoof I ,1 Law. J'. Sis ' er. t ... ; i .Mii,'( yTs' 11 .yjv 'I ' POSTED I II Ill HIGHEST PRICES PAID R.mlM.x. M.ll.d am D.f Skipni.al U Rsctir.4 No CoBBiiiioB to Pay Prlc U.t toi WrU. SUatta T.t. It M. Sabel & Sons lK.nw.U4 IdOluM MM LOUISVILLE. KY.