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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 15, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917021501_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 15, 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 15. 1917. SILVER TEA. MEMORIAL METHODIST The Woman's Club of this city will SUNDAY SCHOOL. give a Silver Tea at their local club rooms nu the evening of I'cb'y ISInd., The Sunday School will meet next at which time n silver offering will be Sunday at U:I5, as usual. The mechantaken. ic promises that the furnace Mill be repaired before then. We regret Very much that we were smoked nut last WARNING!!! Sunday, but trust thut such will not I). I'ahneter, l'ator. Don't forget, Mr. Header, that un occur again less you pay for your subscription to the Record in advance, your paper will FORMER PITCHER be slopped after March ir. Owing to the high price of paper and other maMcCORMiCR DIES. terials necessary to Issue a paper, we must have the money in advance. Mr. Milton McCormick, nged 30 yearn, l.ook at the dnte on your label. formerly star pitcher of the Lexington club of the old lllucgrass Ilase Hall league, and more recently with the MINISTERS DAY. South Atlantic league, died at the home Kach Tuesday morning the chapel of his parents in Hustonville Friday of period is given over to the ministers of tuberculosis. He was a member of the the town, each taking his tern at con- llluegrass league during the season ot ducting the devotional exercises of the IWJ and was traded to the I'aris club school. Frequently the minister leaves the next year and later transferred a word of encouragement or a practical from there to the South Atlantic league. Mr. McCormick was a brother of Mrs suggestions to the school. Ilruther TinHubble who has the sympathy der the last visitor at chapel spoke briefly but practically on developing the of Garrard county friends. (towers of observation, a subject in line with the regular school work, Wewel. VETERAN PHYSICIAN come the ministers. Lancaster High School Ilulletin, NUMBER 4. CONN BROTHERS. Hardware. Lancaster, Ky., Feb. 13, 1917. Mr. Z. A THE UNIVERSAL CAR Fortl Service for the owners of Ford cars is a fact sourteotis, prompt, efficient. Service whicli covers the entire country, almost ns n blanket, to the end that Ford cars are kr,U in use every day. Drive where you will, there's a Ford Agent nearby to look after your Fortl car. The "Universal Car" will bring voti universal service. Better buy yours today. Touring Car $360, Runabout S315, Coupelet SflOS, Town Car S595, Sedan $01 S all f. o b. Detroit. We solicit your order. HASELDEN BROS. tow. Lnnwistcr. Ky. Denr Sir:- - You will liml tilt; points on this plow (its perfectly mill every one will lit like the point that wns on the plow when it eninc from the Factory, guaranteed to (it nothing like it in the Plow line. using this plow We have n number of customers who says it licnts all plows for easy riming anil light draft that they ever used - to use one is a pleasure. Conn DC Brothers. HH DIES OF INFIRMITIES. LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. VOGEL'S MINSTREL The announcement that Vogel's minstrel will appear at tinman's Opera house next Wednesdny night, will bring joy to the nung as well as the old. for l' red oie of the best on the It is rjhil and we predict that the house will be crow iled on this night. Keterved seats can be had at Mcltoberts drug store and we would advise that you get con-u- lJl IE Dr. William Doorea, K7 years old,' died at Crab Orchard. Friday, of the' He had been in infirmities of age. u ! p. Oat. Mic per Northern While Seed t)at, HK? per Garrard Milling Co. Garrard Milling Co. bushel. All of us ran, .it least, be as patriotic sale. Hudson. HughHemp Seed fur as Mark Twain and olTer our wife's es it Karuau. kin to our country's rail. ' hope Hit! future in spile n( in TlnTf Hryan ami the' livery loyal American w ill stand beIlllly Hilly Sunday, hind the administration in this solemn Germans hull i without n partisan thought. Wnlchful waiting for Overt Act is Ihe H)iicy udopted by President and Hie row has lumped over the moon Cabinet. and taken the price of butterskv-ward- . Heavy Northern While Seed Oats, "Gravy" i ihr order of the day. Xl per rem purity. IW per relit ger. I' LOST:- - Uuggv Hug between Huck minat'on test. eye and I.anrastrr last Saturday. He The great fort being huilt Mt New turn to Kancy's Stable and receive re ward. Vork will ninkv that city ami environ safe from bombardment. Dr. Fanning dehvend his famous Irrture, "Kverv Hisly's War", to an If the United Suite, has war with appreciative audience, Wednesday Germany, it will he Germany's own evening at the Presbyterian ehurch. In the lirt choosing. lie drives the truth straight home. law of natuie. Mr. Wilson's action in severing dip' Cremo Dairy feed will make your! seven lomatic relations with Germany has row give more milk. Contain all, reHudson. met the universal appruval of different griins, try it. gardless of politics, Delias measured Hughes & Karnau. up to the full expectations of all and way. The coldest weather ever known in met the rrisia in a stateman-hkKentucky l said to have heen Kel). Kditor I). M. Huttonof the IWJ when the mercury dropped ua low Herald, otters a liberal reNorthern Whit Seed bushel, j ' e yours now. BURDETT. Miss Virginia Ilurdelt. the 1(1 year-ol- d daughter and only child of Mr. und Mrs. Sam M. Ilurdelt, Jr. of Chicago, III, diet) at the home of her parents after a brief illness of Scarlet fever. The above was contained in a message received by Miss Mary K. Ilurdelt, of I'arksville, from her brother Mr. (Jen. I). Kurtlett of Virginia lluidett was a grand daughter of Mr. Geo. 1). Ilurdett, and a very bright and attractive child. Danville Messenger. active practice for half u century, reHe was tiring about four years ago. a Captain in the Confederate army under Gen. Price. He was wounded sevi eral time and had five horses killed under him. After the war he settled in Garrard county, going from Garrard county toi Lincoln in 1MI7. where he has lived His wife, who was a Mits since. Thoinns, of Missouri, died ten years ago. He leaves three daughters, Mrs. Sallie Coulter, New Mexico; Mr. Lura Speigel, of Shelbyville, Ind, and Mrs. Leha Livingston, of New Vork City. The body was Drought to Lancaster for huual Sunday, and laid to lest beside other members of his family. I HERBERT LEE GOES TO RICHMOND. Vogel's MINSTREL FARM SELLS FOR S25.000. ward to the tinder of his watch fob. The Woniana Cluti will give their an-- i We regret the loss of the watch fob, mazu-m- a A silver I because so few editors have the nual Colonial Tea Keb. to atTord one and the pomposity to ottering is exiected at this tea which j show otT one as has our friend Hutton. is used for the library. The I.exingtoti Herald is imolite with a many Lancaster i over-ruyears ago worthless don at ever infested Damas- enough to say; "Twenty-livpaid on today. Miss I.aura Clay appeared becus. Have the taxes fore the legislature on behalf of woman dogs? these sutfrage. " We are advocates of Miss The American Museum nf Natural, I.aura marrying and settling down, but . History report that the dilliculty in the Herald is liable to ruin her obtaining new patterns for dress fah-- j rica and other textiles has resulted III llerlin s foriial unuounrement that visits of designers to the nimruin to the time had expired for all exception tudy primitive Indian art. makes in the campaign of ruthlessnet,a Washington look for overt act to come James K, Welz. "Kgg King." an- at any time, Germany issued the statenounced this week that he had withment that all vessele which enter the drawn from the Chicago llutter and I prohibited areas do so with full knowKgg board. havu.g made a little more ledge of threatened danger. than $l,IXl().l0 and was going South) for thu rent of the winter with his COAL family. Iet us hope that when Mr. Wett gets inti" the South where the We have a good supply hens lay three or four times u day that of coal. Hudson, Hughes he will be rompelled to eat his aged Farnau. variety. n e sheep-killinI pros-ertsI -' as XI in some places. One of the largest land deals made for some time in this county, was negotiated by Swinebrnad, the Heal ren state Man, when he sold for J. K. of Macon Georgia, his farm of U07 acres, located on Lancaster and Stanford pike about two miles from Lancaster, to A II. Krrwn of this county for the above sum. This is a splendid farm well improved and on account of Mr. Itolihuon's business interests in the south he perhaps sold the farm for less than he otherwise would and it is considered" that Mr. Ilrown secured a bargain. Iiob-inso- BIRDS ATTRACT ATTENTION. 6 J 3 We Have Just Keceived a tresn Line or Extra Fancy - ........... . During the heavy snowa this winter four red birds have freipiented the home of Mr. J. K. Stormes where a friendly welcome alwaya awaited them as well as a lunch of beef suet and gram. No doubt they told of their friends to others of their "kith and kin" for during the cold days of last THE CHEAPEST FEED robin were week as many as forty-livIt e middlings at tl.W per hundred counted at one time in tins yard. Why not everybody protect and fedthe bird pounds is the cheapest feed you can Hudson, Hughes & Karnau, friends during these crucial times of buy, During 'lie coldeht snow anil sleet? weathei of this season Messrs John ltos and John Kami scattered grain The mule sale advertised tu take ovt r their farms for birds and plieinHiits place next Sutuidav afternoon at the as dul others. Sixteen imail came into barns of W. II. llurtou, is destined to the yard of It. I.. Hlkin where tht'Vrfi, . tt,,t I. tllilK' ft. this line ever sp.. Wl,hv were fed aiv! unmolested, being allow pullt'tl ntf in tin city. Messera Itoh- Kentucky will initnii and Ilurton have about 411 ouug ed to depart in peace. be a gram! place in which to live wtien mules, well mulched mid broken ard we learn to protect and restore some running in age from 4 to d enra old, of the things with which we were once so abundant'' hlcxsed. QUARTERLY MEETING. e Mr. Herbert Lee, who has been for the past two years associated with his futlief, Mr. II. D. Lee, in the grocery business, has sold out his interest and has bought an interest with his brother Mr. Harvey Lee, in a barber shop at Itichmond. The following is clipped from the "Mr. M. M. Dickereon, known to everybody as "Cap." and ho has conducted a barber shop on Mam street, near Second, has sold the shop and his good will to Messrs Harvey G. and Herlnrt Lee. of Garrard county, who continue the business at the same old stand. Mr. II. G. Iee has been a resident of Itichmond for more than two years, and has had charge of Mr. Dickerson's business during his illness, extending over a period of nearly u year. The many friends of "Cap" deplore the idea of his retirement, but sincerely trust that he will be restored to health and again take his old place among his fi lends und acquaintances. Mr. Itee since his residence unions us has made many friends and his success is assured." Parade. Although John W. Vogel, 'The Minstrel King," has adopted a newer and better manner of presenting minstrelsy he has not street abandoned the idea of the noon-da- y parade. biuTesale Mr Vogel's Big Company of Noted Minstrels will be seen at the ;.,,, Lancaster Opera House Evaporated Pears. Silver Prunes. Peeled Peaches and Apricots. 'ion will also llml the following LINCOLN If Abiaham Lincoln looks down upon us to iby, he sees that for which he labored, sunVrid and liuallv laid down! his lfe llii ideal of u united Nation! ih iiiiiy rcaiizeu. iiirougn travail ana blood he pursued his ideal; and in the Union was cemented, I'mted as never before in the we are country's history. It is because we face other big osibibiliiiea of travail aud blood that wo are vo unified. Not in the quest of material More, but in peril and pain do we enter Into thut spiritual partnership which makes us truly strung Mid great. If Lincoln looks down upon us to day his kindly soul must rejoice to see that righteous principal still actuates us. No thirst for gain, no yearning tor dominion or glory; but humanity as expressed in justice and decency. Impels the Union which Lincoln preserved to stand sorrowful but terolute, upon the threshold of war to day. I My Wife's Salad Dressing, Durkee's Salad Dressing, Pickles, Catsups and Sauces of all kinds As the 1'reslding Kliler cannot be piesent next Sunday, I tew J. L. Clark will preach at the Memorial Methodist, hurcli both morning and evening. The Sacrament of the lord's Supper will Ik administetrd nt the morning service. I C II. Greer, the Presiding Klder, will1 Confeience the hold the quarterly fourth Sunday afternoon und prtiu'i the sumo evening. Everybody invitii.. V. 1). l'alm.iter, Pastor. I Wednesday, Feb21 and weather permitting, the band with this ever popular organization, under the direction of Mr. James L. Finning, will give the usual street parade and free band concert at two p. m., also another concert at the theatre at 7:30 in the evening. The sale of seats is now going on at McRoberts Drug Store and it is advisable to make your reservations early, for the Vogel popularity Is a guarantee of a standing room only sign. LINCOLNS BIRTHDAY. r i 2 Complete Line of Canned Goods Also Aunt Jemima' Pan Cake Flour and Maple Syrup. Theo Currey. FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS. & Although Kentucky is the birth place of Abraham Lincoln his birth was Monday as a legal holiday for the first time. This was made possible by nn act of the last legislature. Ti e post ellice was closed and a large flag hung out. the school children eulogized othIII in in original essays and poems, erwise the day passed off as usual. Two more dates were added to the repertoire of many children, namely February 12, lBOy and April IS, 18CS. The Central Record, Thursday, February 15, 1917. Timely Suggestions FROM Stoimes Drug Store. time proves nil things. It has been demontrat-e- d S that ANSCO and FILMS make the best picture in the (implest way $J. to $20. CA.vl-i:KA- 1U Cvko Developing paper given n linMied photo of liigh-claanil merit. Films developed and drliverd in three days. ranes THE CORRECT WRITING PAPER the Nelson llib'e and Testament is the recognized standurd, uf-- il by CRANES WRITING PAPERS M nisters. Sunday School do tint peek rd I effect . teachers ami llihle ColThe simple requirement of gentle leges tbrouuhout the folk is that their stationery be f the United States. Good finest quality, irreproachable in its paper and print nl tine SO to SO cents. Rood taste. toft bindings, I'EOrLE WHO USE j A Goodrich Hot Water Iiottle and Fountain syringe are a recognlzid household nece.-s-it- y. We have them separate, and com bination fiom 75 cents to $2.00. DEVILBISS ATOMIZERS. for spraying noe and throat for catarrh, cold in head, coughs. Opens up the head and prevents germ diseases. Quick, Safe and .r0c to S1.F.0. Reliable. make Manicuring easy. Smooths away rough cuticle, cleans and polishes quickly. Harmless, no acid, once tried, always ueU, -- 2o cents. Also Buffers, Files and Scissors. recting It, to grasp tho Importance of scared very much and so was I, and Ho candies, assorted nuts, cigar their trust and to luaka tho most of said "It Is up to you boy, pull or we cigarettes. We should be thankful to enjoy n What vnluo lias a high school paper? tho boundless opportunities tho paper will all be nn the bottom before (tay light." We did pull but did not do very good Christm.is dinner in peace, for wc Is It a plaything or n vital part of high offers. much good. The waves rolled high never know what time we will eat in school life,? The high school publiLancaster High School llttlletin. for three hours and we were In the Ice some trench, like the soldiers in Eurocation may ho cither hi many eases cold water. At Inst we wvre thrown pean countries me doing at present. it Is distinctly harmful In that It pre. EXEMPTIONS. upon an island about two hundred yanl Hut then- are many of us that never senls lo receptive lillnils low Ideals of humor, faulty emphasis on news val. High schuol pupils will be exempt j from shore, we had to w ado out, and realize or appreciate this, until it is too ues, mill pour standards of business ' from final examinations at the end of (go to n light house. They sent for the bite. Well I will close for this time methods. It may ami frequently does the second term, (I) who have no un- -, U. S life sailors to roine and they as Christinas will be gelling old, by beromu n waste of energy and vitality. excused absent or tardy marks; (J!) took lis to the hospital, gave in dry the time this teller reaches Its desThey sent tination. However, If properly directed the high whose deportment is not below Hi) for clothes and put Us lo bed. Itesl wirhes alul love lo nil. Lnwrenre Durham, shoot paper Is a powerful aid lo the ,1111' month, and (3) whose average men from the ship to look for us all Co i. nisi lnfstiii. school and Its activities both In and class standing ir 1HI, with no monthly night, but when they could not find Us or raise the boat, they reported us lost, out of the cI.ish room, It may ho a grade below Ml. Combination Seldom round. These conditions ar" easily met by Next ilav when the life sailors took lis bond between school and conimtinlt). Some u, en He.eHS niuiii timt nre To be a derided mhatitage to the average pupils, and the reward is to the ship, the Captain sure was glad ITort on to sec us. He was so glad, that be limit, but fritter lliein nwny in I ho school. Iho content of the paper must enough to justify an honest execution of conception that lire 'I bete Is no gave us an extra big feed, and snid, bo of value. It should publish the tlie part of every pupil. others, who can form gnul news of the school, Information on reason why the majority of pupils "well boys you have the day nlT", so attempt to carry tin in Into The slept nil day. The olllcer with us said execution With llllle llienlis various school activities, such as de- shoul I not meet the conditions. I'hest-twbating, athletic contests, assemblies required amount of HOME STUDY when he gels out of heie be was going descriptions or men nu.bi suclikt ceed ir united, it kept nsiiiiiler. both gathering, and the will make it possible. Parents will do to slay on the farm. After all social and business work of various departments, new well to uige this, not only that their the navy life, and hope to meke you all fall. It Is a run- lliln. to luul n comWilli bts of love to bination of great 'minis mid ol trout coures of study, chance In the policy children may be exempt from examl- - n visit soon. conceptions In one mind. -- Collnli. anil direction of work, Important gen- nations, but tint tliev may get the mother and the family. C II. Sanfurd. eral regulations and announcements, most out of tin Ir school work.- - I.nn- ami program of Interest to pupils and cater High School Bulletin. purons. A wisely directed department SOLDIER BOY o, opinion and comment on school afiV U. S. S. JACOB JONES fairs by editor nn. I reader would add Writes Interesting Letter From Philippine life and interest to tho upper. Since New York lily, care of 1'. M. such a publication must first of all Islands. t Iio life and atmosphere of the The following is a very inteiesting Mrs. Jay McGce.ol Sterh- school, tho entertaining feature can-n- letter written by a former Lancaster I. Jan. 1. 17 Ft W. M. McKinley, ic.t be Ignored. The school paper liov lo his parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. To The Central Iteconl and friends in k7J envillr, Texas, writes: nine (Oi yws I sullcrcd with must not be made Into a tract, for be Sanlord, of tins city. (iurrnrd; wom.inly troub'c I h.id tering unread. It will fall of Its tlrst oh. Will takf tlie pleasure on tins beaut! Feb Ith. 1UI7 rible headaches, and pains in Ject to be read, "Hut there aro qual. Dear Father and mother: fill New Year's dn In writing to the my back, etc. It seem 'das II ltlcs and qualities of entertainment." guess that you all think that I am and giving my liet would die. I sollerccl tn At good taste. The never going to write to ou again. Humor should bo In I to all for a happy and pruiperou NVw list, I decided to try Cardul, silly personal reference should be oppose I am a sailor now-- , ns they tell Year, and hoe that this letter will find the woman's tonic, and It Attempts eliminated. at humor me one is not u sailor until one lias old Kentucky enjoiig the best of The helped me fight awiy A hit of i lever should he worthy wr eked. On Feb. 1st 11U7, health. This Christmas and N 'W Year been ship lull treatment not only helped verso would bo desirable. The pa. at live o'clcck in the evening we were ha? been very lonesome heie for most me, but it cured me." per should encourage students of an The water began lo of us, still we have had lots lo enter-- t artistic turn of mind by glWtig an out- pour in the ship, and first tiling we nil us through tlie holiday but X'nins TAKE let for their energy. Tho best literary knew wo were sinking We weie all don't look real in tlie Philippines I bo sought and publish, eating supper when the Captiau passed guess it efforts should is because we cant see snow ed. We bad a the word, "all hands on deck with life and wear heavy clothing. Gathering and writlne news Items. preservers, tho ship is going down", Christmas tree for this Pot. and old Judging news values, determining the and believe me, I thought ill V time bad Santa was almost overcome bv heal worth of a contribution, his task was completed, There come. We worked like every thing lo making up the pjper. In short, s The Woman's Tonic keep the water out of the ship anil at are something like three thousand sol out" the paper should bo conduct. nine o'clock we had It out. We tired! diers in Ibis Post, and bull games, box-nJ ou as accurate basis and with as three distress signals, put the ling Cardul helps women in time hh ing ami track events, i our dally sHrt. tnuch thought as the solving of a side down, and the "''hiladelphla" came On Christmas day each Company and ol creates! need, because it problem In mathematics or tho doing to our rescue. A large Kuglioli ship troop gave a dinner I will give a contains ingredients winch act of an experiment In science. Accur. went by and when we fired our guns menu ot t'o. L dinner, so that some of , specifically, yet gently, on the acy In observation and accuracy in ex. you should have seen her run, and she you who have rot hal the opjiorlutiitv weakened womanly organs. pression should be tho tlrst and last went like lightering. She thought that to see tlie soldiers liming ball, will haw So, il you feel discouraged, commandments of the high school we were tiring at her. It was fun to an idea how Unci' Sam ferds ins Inivs j unable to blue, Journalist. When the high school pub. see her stear away. Well at do your household woilt, on Oyster soup, ojsler crackers, roast llcatlon ceases to educate its editorial account ct your condition, stop they called for volunteers to go turkey, roast jsirk loin, oyster dressing, i and business staff. It falls In part, at in the life I oat to take a message to h glblet gravy, cream mushed imtatoes, worrying and give Cardui a least, to Justify Its existence. trial. It has helped thousands tug boat to pull u on" of the groud. So cream corn. French p as, linked sweet I Such a school paper should serve one ollicer, feven of the Iniys and I, ivotatoes, cranberry sauce, apple sauce ol women, why not you? tho school community In the same way started out. The sea was wild and ihe celery, iced tomatoes, mince pie, pump-- ' 1 Try Cardui. in which a live newspaper serves its waves were high. We only got a few kin pie, chocolate layer cake, cocoanut readers. Its powers to do this are vaids from the ship when the life bout la er cake, cocoa, coffee, bread, cream limited only by the ability of those di was filled with water. The ollicer was' ery butter, apples, oranges, mixed THE HIGH SCHOOL PAPER. - j Ill-li- j 1 I . 9 1 hotne-biiii- l. ui-li- 1 Cardui proof-readin- "get-tin- I ! ck t-7- EVER READY BY TEST (3 SAFETY FLASHLIGHTS are mighty useful for Our Field Seeds are as good as the market affords. We now have ready for the early spring sowing a complete line of RED CLOVER, ORCHARD 0 0 0 0 finding things in the I'ark. A wonderful convenier.ci at 75 cents to ?2.00. fP !' villi Afl 9 9 Itup-lure CRASS, AND TIMOTHY, BLUE GRASS IT GIVES LIGHT. Trie BEST RESULTS. " Aro you afflicted with 1SK.? Trie CORRECT SMITHSONIAN or Hernia? wealing R If so, I I TRU55 HOLDS u Smithsonian fitted, Comfort, a 0 Truss, means correct'' Safely, 8 O anil quite fiequemly e Northern "White Seed Oats. ir.CUnE. Satisfaelio.i guar- - VHHBHHMMn&DEtBf' yesz Simplo-Fill- anteid. You will be right to get your seed now and have them ready when the weather opens. Why wait and then spend a half day of the best weather going to market to get the thlr.gs you should buy before the sun shines. m Self Filling Gold Fountain Pens Q $1,00 up and guaranteed to do the work us well as uny pen, no difference what tlio cost. mm 'mm 0 0 0 9 ury of fine perfumes. Use only the best as Djer Azurea, Hud nuts, Ex-tracts. Spring building is beginning to take an active pace, and we are now getting in readiness to make you the right price on all your barn bills. Our stock of Building material grows daily and we have what you want at the right price. All kinds of mixed and prepared stock feeds ready for you. 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 ull love tlio lux- Paint Your CAR and Top now while the weather is bad. When the bright spring days come, your ma-chiwill be fresh and new, Abo polish for brass und nickle, COMPLETE Kiss, Mary Garden, Roger & Gal-le- t, Hervey & Woods Paint Licit, Kentucky. Colgates, OUTFIT $2.60 den Water, Toilet Faco I'ow and Sachet. TheJCentral RecordThursday, February 15. 1917. LEVEL GREEN FARM AND LIVE STOCK FEEDING EWES IN A Southern Gentleman Is Popular Mr John M. Smith spent Sunday with MrT. A. Green. Mrs Ilynnm Davis vhltr-Uohinsnn, Thursday. Miss Kva Merriman y Mrs S. M. closed hrr school WINTER. Grain Ration Ntctuary to Sacura Btit Retulta al Lambing Time, f Innili Into' are due In liiipnii"-e- r can- - nf ewes pri'lntis In lambing. Tin- - fnillng pint'llo followed nt th renin,! li mil. i State i'nlli'Ki N ni fob jrr' lima: iiimI Hurt nn hriil during October. Intiirliis I'elirnnry and M.irrli Tin- - Inllrr laniln. irt of Nnvt'iiil'tT t ti rt nni nii taken n!f n Duringnndtheplueed In winter quarters. lift month they retvUi' iim uiiirli rimer or nlfalfii Imy as they ulll consume with Everywhere Mo 11 Tho : Otf-i- I l Itriint tlin ! w tl tjln I It It f (Ills . l,- i- .if Hi . ' nn rx.i-Ilr-n- i tmiltiii! ' "I u ml an I hit llci l H ' ,1 r.l H hjI ntnl YtHMl'M M't'll I uiltfli oil nil at'miff. It la u iltuwii It uti t) hrtfl Tim t ril .f r ' si rur r.a.li re i uji r.) l.ml an rf It d' .i '. 1 It j It I 1 m luii mmls of In tlirri' ami tiiii-hnii.t;v itr ri"t iliilly In twh snl AlnHIt Jim, I lli.ll. Ill ilil.llll. ill In 1.1 e mi ii llmlltil eraln rallim In ihii-Ih- iII varying frniii nn their inn r tlu. Ititunl .ill. nil. iru I'm Aflrr Iiiinlm am lirn tin- - ewe "III tint tiinnime ii ninth riMi;lnuT feed n More grain la then ntwiiry In milk llntv aiilllt'lt'lil fur tin' Ih" grimtli nf Hit- - Innili. Tin' grain niUturi' Minulil Ih Inrrraaitl, tlicrrfnrt'. niif linlf muinl tltiaMidliii; mi nr iimrc tlnlly li.T t'liiiilltliiii ami nlui limu tlu limn Imt nf hiinlia ln' H rnialne. Noit tt prnla-- r fiitlliiK. fifrrlf l oHiHlth'ntl tin' nnt lnixirtniit fnrlnr In Lti'iiiK mm In ti t rtiiiillllnii fur lamlillie. IIiitvIm' Inla ahmilil N urll tlrahittl In irt'i lit wirt- - fwt. It la rll In alloir rwr In raiiKi' nil imatiiri' ilur-In- s tho wlnlor, allitf nrrcla.' Khi-- a atrrnEth ami cnalilfM tlifin to ialm- lamha with lifts inTnrt imil nf n ttrniig-t-r- , tnorv vixorutia t)a'. lunil'lui: nlwiijt pnaliiii" iimrt' Tin' grain mixture lambs Stale l'nlli'i.1' fn nil inredsta parts nf slit'llrtl turn, three ml. Inn Inula nf "IiimI Ihhii part nf nlliiimil. in ntt'it lii gram ration Iffun milk fm iim1 h! nf f i parts nf mill one Just think this over a minute. How many friends have ok Not the fellows who borrow from you I mean the chaps who will Jiff fit for you ! Fellows who believe in you who stick by you through thick and thin. You can count them on one hand, can't you? But listen to this. I have several million down South here. And why? Because I've been on the level. I ve never lied to nor cheated them, nor double-crossethem, nor held out on them. They know me by my right name SOVEREIGN. A true gentleman of the South, born and bred of the real Southern stock. I mingle the blood of Virginia and Carolina the best in the world the choicest, sweetest, ripest, smoothest tobacco you played fair. my-friends- rve , 3 t Cartersvillf , Kricluy. Northern Whito Seed Oats 9'Jj per cent purity, 33 per cent test. Hudson, Hughes & Karnau The Woodsvicw school which has heen closed for the past week on ac count of scarlet fever, was opened n'inii Monday, Mr Robert Green who reiently left for Dallas Texa, has returned and he iind his wife are keeping house at the home of his fathers, Last Tuesday afternoon about four o'clock, Mrs l'ollie Robinson of Keren, Kv , was stricken with paralysis. At ten o'clock-- that night her soul took its (light to the God who gave it and in whom she had trusted all her long and useful life. She was 73 years old and had been a consistent member of the Christian church since young womanhood She had a host of friends to all of whom she was "Aunt l'ollie Robin- She was a faithful and loving wife and mother, a sincere and sympathetic friend. She is survived by a husband, three sisters, three brothers, seven children The and about forty grand children. funeral service wns conducted by the Rev. Hudspeth of llerea, at Levell Green church near CarttrEville, after which he was laid to rest in the family burying ground near the church. The bereaved relatives ard frier.ds have our sincere sympathy. Our loss is Heaven's gain nnd we should remember the words of Job in his atlliction. h "The Lord civeth and the Loid Rermi-nation tak-et- d nway. Illessed be the name of the Lord." 125 No. ACRE BLUE-GRAS- S FARM. 14 123 acre farm all in grass". acres need plowing for corn, tobacco or hemp; has 4 room dwelling, dandy stock barn, well watered and under new fence. This farm is situated in walking distance of graded school and churches. Let us show you this one at $80. Call on or address 10 gr ever smoked. t rt 7ou Folks of the South KNOW Good blood! You Folks of the South KNOW Good tobacco! I have friends down South, and I keep them a whole lot when I say: THE THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY. Lancaster, Ky. because quality does tell. And it means FOR SALE AND Property Listed In This RENT Column. FERTILIZING WHEAT. For Spring Application Acid PhotphaU la Racommandad. I'or wlipntflfliN imt ffrtlllritl Int full nur mandrill ilnrhiK th" nintir, I hi' ohln cJiHTlmcnt htatlnn rifomnirntla fnr ni'll.Htl..ii In 1'iirly fiirlnc. nn nrar It nil hiiIIh Hint hate Ikh-i- i iiiuIit lone minl nf i ullhnlli.il. frniii 21 m In .'!) Nllrali' mill ilioaihHli In ilu Hcrt- nf MKla haa palil fnr llwlf III Kiinif i'X litrlmt'iitnt llr-It-l H'sla. Imt thf I'rt it ttmt nf iMiluKslniti irnhlhllH Ha ui till-fiir. In thf Klallmi a fiTlllll) It'Kla lim uUlllN nf lll'lil ilms.llllti IllIM' tnlllc til liifrriiM' In lli h'lil nf mm. oata uhfiit ami hay worth mnrf limn $1 nl nnlliinry farm rWrs Nltrali t.f ainla nvtl nli. in' Iimi I '! tiniimlilahli'. hill Us inlilllli.il In urltl .hnihali' Ima ialil wrrt on WiMiiItT nnl iilthoiieli haifli Mllllflfiit In Jn.llfy lla U"i at Mroiici lllf. CiTinaiitow n imil t'nriH'iitrr suh Tlii'M1 mali'rl.iW 111.I) fiitll) KiiIIi.iim ho ii ti hy haiul In tho aprlns iH'fnrt' iirnnth lailM ami nu miIiiMo in fnr tlit' il- -t nf ilil ii I m r.iiiiut' tlf till- - llmlllll lHliilli nf Ull Mt l.i pnlassliiiii ami httailio nf IN IiIkIi it M j.rr n IliN Ji.ir llio Hi. ll nihl-r- s atiallist tho o t.f tin- - oio whfiit .mil imil int'Ut fnr tin' iin-f- iit nrKitt fiinnorM in .i"i'rvi' nil Imih; mil maniii'i' tiirt'fully In aiiiil tho iifivi wiry it.lalniii. t Buy me. I am guaranteed by If you don't like me return me to your dealer and get your money back. I have said it. A Southern gentleman is known the world over for keeping his word, and I have given you mine. nsuvoirzur. , Sovereign Cigarettes FOR THE GENTLEMAN OP THE SOUTH 4 No. 5. Is a suburban tract of 138 acres situated on main pike with building site for dwelling right at the city limits-ci- ty water and lights installed, moat of this farm in grass. This farm will produce the variety of crops usual This to the best lands in this county. tract has one large splendidly constructed stock barn, one 8 acre newly conFarm well structed tobacco barrr. This tract has fenced and watered. RENT Ccttagts on it, always rented, that produce n rental equal to the average income on a $5000 investment. Trice $20,700. $3,700 cash and balance in equal payments due in 2, 3 nnd 4 vears. Uuy this for a home and live convenient and accessible to the advantages of one of the best small cities anywhere. No. 0. Is a tract of 70 acres; has all the improvements of tract No. 5 and is priced at $12,230 and is worth the money. Terms $1230 cash and balance in equal payments maturing in 2, 3 and 4 years. No. S. Is one of the most attractive, substantial, and convenient suburban homes in the city a two story dwelling of ten rooms including halls and pan tries, all requirements in out buildings, lights ami water: has several acres W'e will Nuitable for bjilding lots. trade this handsome city dnelling and acrage in tin a goed farm. If votl wish to retire from the farm you should know about Ibis one. Nn. 9. SOi J. MORGAN GENTRY, Owner and Proprietor. si Is a bargain, 170 I 4. - .(. I ) .( 14-- ti i-- t- - FARM STOCK. llh plus for MliWV i Thoro Ii nn .nlll 111 a hluri - Mm 1. that Ii in'Bl h toil ' lifVfl.111 ili.iri Io.iIh frmii hlrlh In mutiiill) ullh iilt'iily nf ::' ' fowl, I uls nf ou'liifo mill hy ' -CimmI IhoisIIhk nlM't prnlicronro. if pn.sKllilllllol whhh Kntal fotsIlliK iiinl caio tloti'liii. Tlioro N ory lllllo ilainrrr of --! ilUoai-ullh ImH If thoy nro 4- Li'it ('lt-- 11. foil t'lt'iui ftHHl ami 4- In drink, clvi'ii iiiif, I'loaii vui I-Chivor or alfalfa hay mill huiiio 4 train foil nllh tihiIh ulll hrhiK 41 tho hliot'ii llntk thiiinuh tho nlii- tcr In 11 thrifty iintl (irollluhlu 4contlltlnii. MUiimtlnu i'iiiim'h many hnrao hrrtHlhiK fiilliiirs. I'ulrunlzo only a superior inio hrotl, wniinl alal. lion. t'lrnnlll'tw U tho ualilitti.nl Holidays Sale 71 ili; verap $21.20 . es fiom Lancaster, right on turnpike, has two dwellings and two good hums. Thin farm will produce hemp and tobacco, about one half in grass, price I acni :t mil- $100 per acre. Highest Average of the Season For This Amount. ' Another Record Was Made When One Basket from Land C& Poe, of Fayette County Brought $51.00 Land & 1'oe Huffman & Stimuli. Huffman & Lowry . Squires & Dickson la it two slorv dwelling, situated in the citv limits, large size lot, in good locality. The dwelling is newly built, in splendid condition and attractive; all conveniences, water, lights, sidewalks. The owner leaving city and in, jwill take ' $2300. f ... .. Lta Avr 2UB iiall) 2915 Lbs IlilTner & Hohnan, .. Avr $22. W ....3170 SI.45 SifiO 21.70 '21.00 Wilmott & Carter . ... ... ,li: Lsvl & Slnno . .. Lbs Avr :IW $20.2li 1520 I 7 No. 11. City Property-Dwellin- g, 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 burn, large lot fronting on Lex-- j ....Jllfi llieatt & Adams.... ... 2M5 O. II. West W. M. Ilateinan Swope & Mays .2095 22.07 1700 22.45 .0570 20.01 .2785 20.50 Gentry & Uarker Karl Shropshire Goodwin & SimpDon R. G. Goodwin ...... 20.00 20.00 ..154.1 21.95 ..1755 22.42 ..2720 ington St., cheap at $2500. der this No. 13. lluilding No. we oiler you attractive single and Lots-Un- I GEORGE PARKER. J. MORGAN GENTRY. B. P. ANDERSON double building lots, splendid location, over 300 feet deep, $450 tu$900, capable of water and light connections. The I j 4. 4. Keai Estate Ageoy. I). A. Thomas, Mgr. Lancaster, Ky. 'Oflice Record Uldg. Thoau The Central Record, Thursday, February 15, 1917. The Central Recoro INCORPORATED. H3UKD ,!. R. MOUNT . LANE. ALUMNI-A- E NOTES. ANNOUNCES FOR STATE SENATOR. " Weekly. K. SI.iki a yeah. Although ii ROHINSON. EniTUK. g. vend ween-- , hh m! to foruiHllv announce R. L KI.KIN. Local Editor mid Mgr. ' " hpf Mr. J. in this issue, the c.indidacv III laiiraatrr. k'r f State Entered l ttio rrl U. Mount, (or the i scnni:la Mall Mattel na .li.ni.-- i iil,Ui In the I Member Kentucky Press Association Bcl'" "r lm' I'e'nocrntic primwv next .Hi!" iiiiiiotiiici'iiieiil will Le August and read uith miirh interest In ln Eighth District Publishers League, fur while It i' Ihe OITii-- c ! J. ptu'proti' O I'niHliiiali" fur m w Hint .i, liolliill.-ltliil- l Lancaster, Ky., Etbruary 15, 1917 Rates For Political Announcements come ii i' he it Uii linn-- i lf very plain For 1'recinct and Citv Ollices . .$ fi.'K) just win if In' st i.i uihiii tbee 10.00 ... 'or County Offices it lt"l,iii'. IB. (Hi or State anJ District Offices u - uticeiiif. I rat:; is h) fnlaiws Hi 10 r'or Calls, per line 10 For Cards per line r'or all publications in the inter- est of individuals or cxpres- t sion of individual views, per . ! I t I' tuvern a world ot iinir littef. tiir t i"iie tiiHt lire now' mill will lie befo'c 'ne titilii.i for ev nil month to line Obituaries, per line l'l l August We are authorized to announce the following candidates, subject to thi action nr the Democratic I'rir.-.r.- r 1917. County Hilly Miller. 'IK. Mrs. Aninndn .1. I.ane died very sud (131 The denth denly Inst Friday night. CongratulatlonsTho hoys nnd girls ! angel came in the night, calling her to of the Lancaster High School are to Hi n M congratulated upon startlnK the a home everlasting where Rood-by- e arc never said. Mrs. I.ane was one of 'drat school paper in Lnnacster. It rer. the oldest and most popular women in talnly shows that our school Is pro. grosslvo. the Buena Vista district. Thu students of tho High She la survived by one sister, Mrs. School with tho assistance of the Ilettic Tracy of Louisville, who was splendid faculty will do nil In their ; with her at the time of her death. She power tn tn.tko It a success, over) body is also survived by seven children and should aid them and encournEe the Her oldest new enterprise. ii host nf grnndclilldren. son, Chris I.ane, lives in Brooklyn N. Y., Ilenjamine I.ane of Iiuins illo, Class of 1916. Mrs. Lit- Clarence Lane of Covington. The class of 'It! was eonipoed of gan Scott and Annie Walton of Huenu j ,,, iritlliant students, namely, our true Vista, and Mrs. George Smalley of "I'lirnirr" J. Wade Walker. "Prof." ' Camp Nelson. Kmmel Ilro.iddus. John llollzcl.iw. who College; Mrs. Lnne was one of tho most lov- - ts attending Trans) Ivanla able characters known for her uk'-- ' Mis .Mltia It.inkln who Is nttrndlng Her home was a home where both old,!; c. v .Miss Charlotto Pollltt who It: and young gathered for n gooil time. , agisting In the County Clerk's i Jnckson, (and wc believe that fliterinent took place at 'J;IW o'clock ill ()ni,. the family burying ground on the farm Bl0 V,)U, li,. aMe to gel "marrhiKe where her entire life was spent. 'Il.r licenses" n llltle cheaper"). Doinestlc cummunitv extends to the bereavetl rt nas tanUi in this class, mid thu ones much svmpathv. IfcllowlnK JouiiB ladles are practicing ai their homes what Miss Itolilnson Ii NOTICE 1 I Mr. Ford Owners. Wc have made arrangements to carry a full supply of Ford parts In stock. We are also prepared to do this work on short notice. Come sec us. m ijPi w W sa m t! '0. PI Rex Garage lncoriiiiled. Co. t- Walter Hanutiack, Mgr. IG i TV, n BELOVED WOMAN DIES and Sarah Wllniott; while Miss Char. lie I'lmore is taking additional work in High SrhtHil this e.ir. CI.15S of 1915. 0 .' wa the l.irh lass ever graduated from the Uini nr, ter High School. This class Inrltutrd twelve beautiful girls and ten "long" "medium" and "short" b.iys Only two or this class, hate "taken unto them selves" luislhiiids. Miss Nur.i Hrown. now Mrs, J. A. Hilton nnd Miss Lent Schooler, now Mrs. Creed Simpson. Misses Mallssa Sutton. Junto Terrill. Sara Dunn and Mae PuacII are te.irh. lug the jounger generation Misses Sutton nnd Dunn hate been tea' hlng In the country. Miss Terrill Is at IUr. Ian nnd Miss Powell Is teaching at Miss Llda italm-Is a Paint Lick Viola Trlb-Idstudent at K. C. W, Ml Is attending Kli'ltmoml State Normal, and Miss Viola Beagle represents lineaster Hlfh at Georgetown. Miss Marth.i Tinder nttended Hamilton Col. taklege last )car. ami at present ing a course lu china painting. Miss Ora Prattler Is In Chicago where she holds a nice position Miss Jennie Cox Is the popular saleslady ai Jo. sepli.s. Mr. Jay Sterling llerron holds Cleveland. O. n Imrathe position Dr. Milton Henry Elliott Is at the Um. Isvllle College of Dentistry. Ills brolli. er Paul. Is representing I.. II. S. at the Cnlverslty of Kentuc ky, but Is Malting his parents now Mr. Bradley "Nnoger" Bourne Is attending Trail. sylvanla College. Glass Bowling Car- rfl.r wll attended Transylvania Cob lego last je.ir. Is the leading salesman of Dlikerson A. Carrier Mr. James Woods, late or C. l' now holds ilown a good position up East. Mr Gowan Bourne Is In "Little Britain," whero ho recently finished a business cnur Mr. Wood Wilmolt Is the efficient salesman at W. B. Ball's grocery. Our kind friend Joe "Mlku" Kuvanaugh Is farming. If Joe grows nil the "bano" and hemp he says he Is going to raise, lie will be the richest man .n ihe DEED E EXE 3 EEEIE School Superintendent. MISS JCNMIK H1GG1NS. County Court Clerk, BOGIE. Km To The Voters of The i ! r9MIK- - linn IIAUP I1L1 llUriL I! IN PTHHPnnn lrtttrUiLJ j. o. , J. JEPTIIA'IONSTOTT. W. A. DOTY. BKUCE LAWSON. Assessor. K. It. KY. ISth Kentucky Senatorial District. At the close of n useful life, Mrs. I nile Pmtcu'i Warren was laid to rest e t, c,h uli rrxou o the Stanfmil i" .,ii"rv I'he funeral services weie tieid at the home to which she went as a I rule, and the rooms where, were' I gatlured her 'rienils to p.iy their last I tribute, were fragrant with a profusion 'of Howers. The air was sweet wi'h t :ese mute tokens of love and ndmir.i-, MS. HATFIELD DENTIST. PIIONKS . I'lie class of 1 1 Olhce ... Residence :7i. LANCASTER, IE KENTUCKY. DC (1 Manistrale District No. 1. J. II. CLAKK. County Attorney. GKEEN CLAY WALKKB. Sheriff. A. K. WALKKIt. State Senator, 18th Senatorial District. t'OP. 'I am a candidate for the State Senate, subject to the Democratic primary. 1 am for submitting a constitutional nmumlm.ml fur Sf ut.i.it'irl.. nr. iliilil I inn and so voted in the Hill Legislature. I will vote ami vvorl. for said amendment when submittal, aril mo for National Prohibition. I am against the bill submitted l the Stale Tax Commission because it will place greater burdens un real estate and.tMll create Hilditmnal offices. 1 am foi a curtailment of Stale expenses by abolishing a number of superfluous and unnecessary State offices. I am for u reduction in the pay of members of the Legislatiitc from ill', to ." per day. and so vutnl in the l'.tl I legislature. J. K. .MOUNT." Those who kii"W Mr. Mount personally, know that he means jest what he avs in lm cundid curd and that he will hav the coinage ot his convictions ami will vi te to carry out every plant, in n his platform should he the to the impjrtan'. anil he elet-tei- l office he seeks. lie favors the submitting of the stale wide amendment, and proes Ids sincerity by citing his record in voting for 11 three years ago. It is ulso a matter nf record that Mr. Mount supiKirted the county unit bill in lbiW. when ho repreiented Oldham county Vi the lower branch of the leg islature. His friends m this county will stand by Vim in his piesent race, and believe that he will make us good record lor the district as wlien he rep- resented th county in 1U1 1. lie has served ihe Democratic party for the past forty yofers and since, coming to this county about - yeais age, was chairman of the campaign com mittee lor one voar unci servtil hs secretary of the counU committee for Hon. ii. .1. JAY W. HAItLAN. K. MOUNT. clay kauffman. Representative. A. BEAZLEY. J. 1IOGAN ISALLAKD. J. Not All. Pnnslc "I'll bet you kiss every girl you meet." Percy "Well, hardly that, some get away." Why We Wink Our Eyes. The net of winking furnishes1 a steady lubrication for the eyes nnd the ball of the eye It kept clean and In good condition by tho water which pusses over It from tho tear gland. That Is why we wink to carry the water from under the upper lid over tho eye. I'he cusket was in a room apart, cov-- I ered with (lowers and surrounded by her children, brothers, sisters and near est relatives. A hush was on all who had gathered sorrowing when the comforting words. "I am the resurrection ui.il the life, saith the lrfird". "he that lielievtth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live" fell on the ear. Ami again words of comfort, gleaned from Gods word by her own hands, and It ft in her llible were read, and before those 7i ho listened, there aiose the vision, of Hie woman who will live in the hearts she left behind forshehad heap She had ed up riches that abide. brought joy into the hearts of those uhiii whom misfortune had fallen. "Lord, let me know mine end and the number of my dajs", read the preacher, and the hearers knew she had prepared for the end by helping to mike this world a better abiding place for those who live niter her. A gentle-woma- n in the fullest sense of that wind, for not in all the universe was there a man or woman who could treasure against her tnulice for wrong done, pettiness displayed or injustice KSgS'gaf2lVJi Ml i 3 W. 9. BIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Director and Embaimer. Kentucky. Oilier I'liiine 18 Rriitlt'iicp 1'limie e 1 111 Collections (!) ii) C) Bills and Claims of all classes are collected by our System everywhere. We iiinkf alnoliitel p.'iut Id 'THE CRISIS' This famous story of the south will appear at the Uoman's Opera House, Saturdav. Feb'v 21th. This Picture has had a phenomnal run, for the past two months. A masterpiece, proving that Lincoln loved tho South. More details will apt car in our next issue. CARRANZA Wants All Neutrals To Declare Embargo. General Carranz4 has sent a note to all neutrals, including the United Slut-- 1 os, Brazil and China, asking then to loin in on mrreement to nrohibit the exports from their countries to the warring European nations of foodstuu" and munitions of war. four years. Mr. Mount is well and favorably known over the entire district and we predict and hesiak for him a thuught-fu- l consideration' Irom the constituency. He haa decided viewa nil pertinent luestions, and is not iifrttul to express them, which mult he very gratifying to his f I lends to support u candidate who has u little courage anil candor in asking for the sulfrage of the people. Tim-oth- rendered. During the past weeks, weakened by her long illness, her thought of others was as dominant as in the days of her greatest strength, her voice us gentle, her smilo us sweet, her heart a tenIn her death, Lancaster, the der. place of her nativity, and Stanford, of her adoption, lost a woman of charming personality, gracious manner and beautiful christian character. The equal of the highest, the loving helper of the most, humble, it wits a hencthc-- . tion to know her and none could know hir but to love her. Her life and character Is rellected in her children, vdio are, Mr. Ashhy M. Wairen, Misses Jennie, Charlotte and Margaret, and Mrs. liichard Abbury of Chattanooga, and Mrs, Chas. Osborne of Knoxville. She ulso leaves three sisters and two brothers, Mrs. William Bradlev of Frankfort. Mrs. W. S. Elkin of Atlanta, and Miss Jennie Duncan of this place. Judge Will Duncan nt Louisville, and Mr. John Duncan of Lancaster. no rhnrjlt iin!t'iMlii'iiiiiiU'ywiirtmtll iiii or - l!) Ii) (!) Turn over a few bad debts to us and watch us get the money. It will pay ynu to invvsti!,'iti mir proposition i (!) e The Sanders Mercantile Agency 1 iii iii '! county. Coy S. Sia.iders, Mai sger West sole Lexington M Office 1st (loer Bradley Bldg i i r JI. Lancaster High School Bulk tin MULES. , FEB MULES. Sale. 1917 All Ages at Public SATURDAY. 17, r :) MA RD fEDKUAKY NEW ORLEANS, LA. I 15-2- 0, GRAS 1917. MOBILE, ALA. EiP (!) $2 1 .80 Round Trip. $ 1 9.25 Round Tiip. His Explanation. March L P.U7 The Heavy "I hear that your Interpretation of Hamlet was hissed lit the Privilege of ex'eusion to March IP. 11)17. on deposit nf ticket DISCUUTION. Deer Will Run Free. night." High Forehead theater last and payment of fee of $1.00. Sixteen or eighteen mules all mares lied Alsike and Sapling Clover, perform-iiiicTho Lead "Ah. yes! The For Tickets and Full Information apply to four to live yearj old. A number Oichard Gras.) and recleaned Ken Wild deer will run free in the Kenwas billed ns it Shakespearean fiom will be sold in pairs. If you lued a C. B. Harberson, Ticket Agt. Junction City, Ky. tucky mountains this jesr for the first lucky Blue Glass Seed. Hudson, Hugh? revival mid I some puitlsau single mule vou can secure It at tins time within the memory of thi) most of es & Farniiu. of Huron resented It." Puck. 11. C. KING, Passenger nnd Ticket Agent, Lexington, Kj. sale. This stock is ready for the plow, The State tho present generation. Wu will sell US .un cnr old mules, lias decided Game und Fish Commission NEW ORGANIZATIONS most mares and good ones. A good op to set free in that vicinity some of the) OPTIMISTS. portunity to secure jmi a good young deer now confined on the Pine mountain within tho last few weeks two new team. You will miss bargains if )ou . ,Ku. "With gout in my legs a reservation, and send some of those t hl',ooln organizations, ouu or tho j neglect to utteud. I'm pulled," said Ueed; from the pens ut Louisville to thu Hiyfl f t,e Brig, lato been THUMS-So- ld on six months time "I'm glad I'm not woisleii country between the lenenssee ,,,rfL.ttod. It is the purposo of theso with good note bearing interest. A centipede." nnd Cumberland river in Western Ky. organizations to mid life and Intent Luke Sale will begin piomptly ut 1;"0 p. m. id tho regular work of the school by "My nose hurts so," extending tho activities beyond tho Don't cliaiice your idlo capital or suv W. 6. Burton. J. E. Robinson. HIS QUICK DEATH Said William Kent. class rooms Tho regular weekly proinjis huy Keal Estate. Capt Am Bourne, Auct I'm gld I'm not grams mo of u literary nature, hut It Brines Big Profit On Unusual Barter. An elephant." la huped that thoso clubs may be,, 10 per cent heal Estate Houston Post Tho quick death of John Fischer, of ciimii a means of developing tho uth- Investments. s'tllhton, this week was responsible for lotlc mid social pha.s of school life. "My arms are tired," Tlicro Is no very good re&kon why, a large monetary prtfit made by Mr, Suid Abner Huss; 'I'll at is what wu olfer in new, well Fischer's estate as tho result of an un- alter this year, a minimum of credit "I'm glud I'm not located, four room cottages. All the usual truusMclion made by Idm. Last toward graduation should not bo glv. An octopus," lime rented and net you 10 per cent, I liiivu u full line nf May Mr. Fischer trudrd to the Iroquois on for credltablu work In debating, Birmingham 4 Also soiled fur on your investment Many of tho best Co. his farm near declaiming, etc. Insurance Life furin seeds such ns ".My needle's broke," on his life high bchools of the country do this. Stithton for a those who wish to liny small homes Clovers, Timolliy, Orchnrils, Said Angeliue; for $12,000, Tho place is valued at SL- Why not IincaHlcr? and stop rent. Consult ami Blue Grass, Red Top.etc "I'm glad I'm not Thu boys cltctud us temporary olll. OW to $5,00J, to his estate is better off A porcupine," Write fur samples and TIIE'JHOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY. to the extent of at least $7,110 because cer of their club: Owen lleiidrcn, Estill Tribune, delivered prices. of this strangu barter. Mr. Fischer President; Clayton Morrow, Vlco Pres. "My throat is soro" Frlsble. 'Secretary. was fiftvfieven years old at the time Ident: Hudson Said Mr. Taffe, The olllceis of thu girls' the company assumed the risk. He 'Treasurer, W. Bush Nelson, leased the place from the time of tram- - club aro Georgia Mos(, President, and "I'm glad I'm not LEXINGTON. KY. Nellie, Cox, Secretary. Klizabethnown old giraffe." An fer until hii death. I Lancaster Uecord. Lancaster High School Bulletin, News. first Tine in .Memory of Oldest Citizen, in Lancaster, Ky.. at W. It. I'urto'ns Stable, we will sell 'XI or more mules. all ages. They will bo sold under Ihe hammer to tho highest bidder. 1C jou want mules you can get them at this sale. Attend anil buy what )oii want at n bargain, for this slock will be sold. 0 From Junction City SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM Tickets on sale for use on Fi briinry IL'. l't. II. 15. Hi, 17. IS. It'. Good returning to reach JUNCTION ( ITY prior to n iJniglit ' I C) Ill (!) I ! (!) u rt iii nl-- o i ,i ,. i FIELD SEEDS. high-grnd- o I The Central Record, Thursday, February 15, 1917. We have just received a Car Load of Oliver Plows and Syracuse Hillside Plows Cutting and Smoothing Harrows, nil boiifjlit before the recent mlvnnre. A few Iron niul Wood Henni Vuleim fitid Syracuse Turning Plows nt nctive prices. Gossip About People vn? i;ml Mnt!nn of the Comlnsi jmI fiiir. l,y Thoie Wt An !nUrf lUu In. A house guest of Mm. Willinm Hanks .Hudson on Third street followed hy I five o'clock tea at the ' ttr 111... Vluu!..'. ....a. .im.iii n midiii ncir enni i I- mi I Shop-Perfec- t. L'- YOU'LL riND IT IN THIS COLUMN. cis. Mrs. VV. Hunks Hudson, Mm. Fox Caldwell, Mm, Itnhert (irnham Price. Danville Advhcatc. J I HEMP SEED FOR SALE. To the fiirmers who are thinking of sowing hemp this spring. I will sell you seed as cheap as posihle anil huy your hemp atany time at thuhighestmarket price. 1! pd. II.II.COX. i Nice store room for rent. V. T. West. Kor Sale; Twnspntteil ponies, broken. J. A. Amon. T" '" luhriciitlng oil, grease, spec-- i story Tin1 Wntnans Cluli will In- - "nt home" ialties ard paint. Part or whole time. Wheal Miudling". It)e Middlings, ! i gnisl a I lie 1k- t. A ear load rif the cilil American Fence tn their friends Feb. JJ Warranted iik S. (1 . Ilaselden. Commission liant until nhllily is limn. Oil per cent protein tankage, Hcst tin- - best llii fi i ce made. niul Hos Oil Stoves. A few Denting I'i i Mr A. II. Hastin made h business for growing hogs, Hudson, Hughes & Permanent tuition and wide Tor Sale:-gooil work mule, will fie,j Klines nl cost John Deere Wagons tin' li"it made. tiip tu ('inciniiHti, this wci'k. Kn ,malj,ifj t, (1esired. Fnrnau. Man work anywhere. With riir hrufnpofl Mrs. (ienrge Hnllew (if in (larrardjlilling Co. It Is asserted by play goers that Itiver-i'il- e Uefining Co. visiting Mii Tonimie Francis. Sarah liernhnnlt still has the Tire anil Cleveland, Ohio. For l.eiitMinnd room house on Mr. John I.. iriinld and wifeiifl'ri.v- - storininess she had when file first he- "'he S.pwie Deal House. Spurlock I 'in in. W. M. llurgers It. I. is visiting his rister, Mrs. Ran to make "fare-wel- l tours" over Paint l.l-- k Ky. FOR KENT i:. II. llnss thirty eam ago. Shu is now past the Mm. (!. M. Patterson has returned al lot ill life of three score years ami FOK SAl.K-SI- KI nice, clean Livery Stable or Garage ten ami (I from a pleasant visit to Cincimint! rel genius seems ileslincil lo carry her Orchard GraM. J. T. Andeison. with her In her Ih1 usiing for 1917. Centrally locapd. 2mo atives nml friends. Koute 2. Lancaster Ky place, even If there's nothing else left. II ted next to Hotel. Miss lli'ttii' Wmt linn returned from I have several (intra of (wo jesr oid .1 delightful visit to Mr.'. Cleveland ! Secretary lloiistoii told the Cabinet mules I will sell or limn tn re Mrs Rella Arnold Francis which Hose of Stanford, j llil.t datu in the haiid; of the llepar!-mesponeiijle parties to wink. for I be money youov-- nuil of Agriculture M:ows that the I. I. llohin.-i- n. Miss Lueretia Skinner of llnrrndt-- l note Imw uiui'li more res I burg, lias been the guest of Mm. A. II. United Stales can lie Foh Sai.b One five pa?fengir Overwhatever may happen In out her oir Haslm f ir tlir iat weuk. ifully your creditors re- frnrn the ret nf the Aorld. There is land ami one Schncht Truck. Cheap if OKMrs U t.l Denny anil Mm Woods sold nt once. in! iou 'Ilie like lo do no danger, he Bind, of the country tilWhite A Piddle, Walker wen- called to Hlilorndn. Illinois ing plsced in LIVE STOCK AND IMPLEMENTS. business with u mini who the imoitinn of m- -l of I 'aint Lick. Ky. tf In Ihr of Mm Walker's brother, I In- - Kurupenu helligereuts o fur as the in account nt the FOK SALK.-Mr IIhmipm Leavell wn in Danville food supply is corcernul. hou. hihj inrce as niminifitrniriv " ti n ,.r .nun, i . r...,.i. Tuesday to see hi wife who It pro lUSlLUlUI i.-LUWI1 IMIIIH. Vull t I umII.-IGarrard Bank & Trusl Co. nt Public Auction nt once grossing nicely ut the tiun liimpltal. The three greul foreign liners TL'KaUAV, FKIIia'AUY so, pjn They knr.w l.i' h doing business in n liimirrej like wnj. Hi Her fiivens Terrilt. of the Preni-l- i Line. Aitri. beginning promptly nt ten A. .M. at his Mr Catherine Conn Tinsl.-y- , mid her ..... ... ... . . c... li pen such an account even if jour ntTmrn are not 'are.' ...i ' late residence near Fork Church, the ws.mr. Mi.s llotuppof Seymour Ind - ,: r will grow nil right. r. .V:1V f FOR SALE. following described live stock, impleare in tu New ork ( it v for York after the (lennati tlirvut of friend" ments, etc: & F.ach vessel n luthless submarine war. Pair f' ur ji-- r old black man- mules. One I year old Mare Mule, one 3yeur Mr Kminett Ilronildus left lin-- t week , carried u number of pas'engets. Th J. K. Kobinscn. old brown mare, one 3 ear old sorrel for I'liu g i. wher-- . ho will reinaui for Kuohnmbeail Cairied American paw-- s mare, one work mare, two year old me time wilb his cousin", Karl and gers and linl her gun f bowing plainly horses, '1 black hulls. 2 yearling steers, DRESSMAKING. llroaiidus. sailed from New o'.Vui at her stern as he '1 shorthorn cows, 'J Jersey cows. About nr. w. h. l.lKin jmneil Mm. hlkiu i oik tiaruor. i lie iiritMi twain duo j Am prepared to do dresj muking at oO barrels com in the. crib. 10U bales of i 13 A INK. here l'ueJa. Mrs. Klkin letumed CMrrll'U my home on Crab Orchard Mreet. straw, farming implements, S t long with bun Wiclnes-ds, lifter the' low cemetery. P.iore :iir.-- f : shaft cart and numerous other things STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. of Mis. Warren. Mrs. M. M. I timer. not mentioned. thru.11plot to interfere with commerce I. Pay iur lulls hy check, ami liuve jour wife pay her lulls by check Mrs. Nora Prewilt, lude A I). Ford. Ilascom Ford and the Panama Ciinnl and in the harnor at i!. S'evrr lend an rfcr tn "(let Illch tjuick" echemes. Jliis Clizaheth Ford, nl tended the fu Manila ami other Philippine ports has ' Follow some nyslem in saving Ito not be liapliHraril iitKiut it. FOR SALE. Administratis of John II. Prewitt. neral r f tin ir coiloin. Fred Cobb, near been received at the War department. h I. Kent ii sate deposit on fur )our valuable ( .ivnTerms Made known on day of Sale. Five vheies lini k nf l!rv antsville A. M. UOUKNE, Auctioneer. Nicholasville. last Tiiexlay. To frustrate this plot, the United Stati. Make free ue of the n. nv olfer stock. Apply Mrs. M. 11. Stedliikn. , Ii. Teach the child the value I inmiey b; gn mg lliein i alniw:im-Judge William of Louisville es bus taken poseinn of the ships in 7 unuer tnc jiirisuiciioii 01 me liox R. Fi:uil:fort, Ky. Meet jour friends at this bank lor who was called to .Stanford by the itnirliint buiiiess KELLY TOBACCO SEED. of Mrs Wnrr. n spent the day and Wl,r department. Secretary of War linker issued a statement declaring night with Mr John Duncan. HONEY TO LOAN. Ilewan- - of Imitations. Other seed is tliat the ships hail not "seueil", being suld under their names. Th- Mrs. I.ula Johns'in hir returned from uut ,lllt xlw American authorities hai $L'.U00 lo loan on real e.itate. genuine improved "Standing Up" HurOF .A NCASTF.lt, KY. Del. mill Horida, having been called merely had taken iionsession of them to W. 1.. I.awton. Trustee ley Tobacco Seed raised by H. I.. Kelly there by the tragic and untimely death prevent obtruclions to commence. 11 F. lll lir.ON. President. X J J. WAI.KKU. Vice Pri st for Jesse Smnllwood. and Sons, can be procured only fiom 3 of her brother. Mr. Tom Arnold. W () PiiiSKY, Ass't Cinb'r Joe J. WI.ht:it. Jl(,. the raiser and is not genuine unless put W F CHAMP, ta.hier Mr. Alle.. Johnson, who Imsbcen takti of uiin packages bearing a FARM LANDS. CA1TLE SALE ing a Ixisli.e-- s course in l.e.iiigtun has Application their signature. is finished his course, and is at huniu for Mr. JohnC. Kobinson. of Hoyle coun-- t. Hargains in Fnyetle and iiljoimng in the U. S. Patent Ollice for a vint to his mother. Sirs I.ula John- sold Inst week to Whitehoune and counties. l ive per cent. Farm IianJ. the registration of their signature as a Johnson, y.t head of Ills) pound cutt'o bOII. W. K1N ami SON, trade mark and all infringements will delivery, the price paid mo. Ky. be prosecuted. II ('lav Knliir.o.-.Mr l..fl f.,r for immediate S a siund. The same cents Seed picked from best selected pods, Frankfort, Wednesday morning, to take ' produced by champion Hurley tobacco up lii ntllcial duties at the Secial ees-- party s also bought of Mr. Kuliinson, NOTICE. -Ti hogs tliat averaged tT.'i iwiundf. at growers of Kentucky for the past 'ii sum ot the tAgishiture, which com 10 cents a kuii'I. All persons having claims against the years. yesterday. etate of Mrs. Mary h. rain, deceased, Send all mail Price $1. per ounce. Thi is the season of the year to give your Mrs. T M. W'ilfon entertaimd the pleate present them promptly. to SICK IMPROVING. H. I.. KKI.I.Y & SONS. Twentieth Century Club, of Howling, W. II Fain, Milk Cows and Work Horses II. It. H. Lancaster Ky. (ireen. Tuesday aflernoor at her lovely It. F. D. No. 1. Lancaster. Ky I. It. Kinnaird who has been con- apaiiments on Clieslnut Mreet. How- - jIK,j in h), borne for the past two nut, i. rem .Mews. weeks is improving rnpnllv and lis said FOOD. Miss Joan Mount who bus been visit- - will rcoti be himself again. Mrs. Ilnyden I.suvell continues to ing Mi. and Mrs. Ilrannnn Hearley is with Mr. and Mrs. John Mount, in prove ut the Danville Hospital, where Atlni.tn and Miss Annii' llelle llurnside she was operated on two weeks ago. will be able to return heme in about is visiting at lluustun Texas. r.-- Mailable Stoves at $50.00 and $55.00 bushel. Northern White Seed Oats, Wle per Cnrrnril Milling Co. Salesman Wanted For Sale or Kent: My house on Richmond street. two estah-IhMie- I J. R. MOUNT & CO. lt-p- J lliaw Check e I ' PUBLIC SALE! - j - j My ' . . " f I The Garrard Bank Trust Company ' , HONOR JiOLL . ....,,. ...... ' fu.-er- - I Dum-iiii- (rant-actin- l"s e Citizens National Bank 1 FARMERS. ' 1 en-e- d j i, INTERNATIONAL STOCK I ; It's The Best. j i Fill In Picture Puzzle No. 2 MoRoberts Drug Store r1 " i p i ia.vR Mis. Kella Frances has returned from a trip to Mrs. i'miices will also conduct n branch millinery ntore in Stunfotd, and has seemed splendid triimnets for both Iter stoles. Mrs. It. Ilurton and Miss Mnrlha Kiivanagh went to Louisville Frid.iv afternoon to see Sarah The, were Kilned in Louisville by Miss Kdna Kavanaugh who teaching lit Indianapolis. Mr and Mrs. W. S. Klkin si Since January 1st our terms will he strictly Thirty Days. Owin, to the high prices of all kinds of Merchandise, it takes twice as much money to run our business us it has been, during the past. Therefore it is impossible for us to run any accounts over thirty days. All wholesale houses are now doing business on practically a cash basis and in fact the whole business world Is coming to a cash system which every thinking person knows is the best system after all. We thank you for your past patronage and hope for a continuance of same in the Annuls arm. il last rmlay morning jnr.d .ire with Mr. F.lkin's father, Cupt. ' Llkui on Itichmoiid stieet. Mm. Klkin will remain for several dnys.while Mr. Klkin left for Huston yesteidny, where he goes Willi the prospect of locating. Mr. T. K. Watson, of Ilorbourvillo, in the cilv for two da)s. on Ins wnj to Cini'iuniiti, when- - he goe ti piiichase Spring good". Ho hns cliiuge nf the large store of U. (i V lib at Ilnrboiirville, and sas "That in-- t tn istcr. It is the best lown Jr. of has bet ten da) s. Mr. Cabel Denny has been down for ii few- days with grip, but is improving at this writing. His illness has kept him from t ho bank for the past .week. Mr. Victor Lear, is also sulTering with that populnr disease, grip, but is ' slowly impioving after a may in home for the pa- -l ten dan. Mm, John Farm has been quite sick again for several days but is slightly unproved nt this writing. Mrs. M. S. llnllield Is able to he up, after the serioua accident siie sustained in an auto wreck a feu- - weeks ago. Mus Mat tie Leo Cox, daughter of Mr. and Mis. Owsley Cox, is MillViing fiom ii attack ot muscular , rtir 11 unit ism. which developed about live weeks ago. Mr. IM. ('. (inines, the popular insurance man, was taken ill at Stanford last Moniluv. but we are glaJ tu announce that he is recovered able tu look after hu thriving business. IC. .77 W In I the state ', Air. nun jj future. BECKER PHONE 27. & BALLARD BRYANTSVILLE, Ky. I you liavo found out alrendy, you ilrew an eli chant when you drew picture 1, All ou youns people no doubt b.ne seen him at tho circus or In zoo when ha U tame. When nnury his Brent strcneth makes Ids keepers tremblo for their Uvea. It Is fascinating to watch this animal sweep tesiiinon? "I' articles with his trunk. Now. here is W. M. .iiioin-- . Crab Diehard St,. let your pencil inoo to I. 3. . S, elo, and nnollier puizle cut. Ktart at 1 nd the picture ot another well knervn Laiicattet. sav: "My kidneys were wujrn win oe your leuaru. irregulat in action and tho kidney seMrs. I I lull Simpson entertained last W'a will gladly print tho names of all children who will take the pains to cretions contained sediment. I had Thursday afternoon in honor of the pains through my back and sidi-- i and trace out the above picture. You will find it Interesting and they will appear grand-daughteeighth birthday of her 1 I when could hardly in i.'n..i...ii. ui... ........ in. i.. ii"uum i straighten. slonpul, Doan's Kidney or evervissuo of the Itecoid from this date. Who will be the first to send his I sed her name? little girls shared tho hospitably mu uail they completely relieved A dandy hunch of boys and gir'3 sent in their drawings of the "Klephant" ine oi nirs, Simpson wiiu i.iizaiieiu. tie of all the trouble." (Statement given last week and vacli drawing showed work and the execution of each 'liglitful refreshments were served and was fine. We have another this week that will b interesting as was the other February ti.PJll!). enjoyaiiio iitteruoon spent ii must On No ember 17, lUUi Mr. Zanone and we want tu see Iiuw many and Iniw well they will trace tho puzzle in this Many regreU were expressed that thu s:iid:"I gladly confirm all 1 said in my issue. Tho following were successful In last isue;-G- uy A. Indurf, Klnier popular young hostess was soon tu former endorsemeut of Doan's Kldiuy Owens, Louis Leroy House, Itobert Lee Thomas, Kugeula Duulap, Allie Ilrum-mct- t, to live ill Lexington. leave Pills. I liuvo very little trouble with Sallie Sutton, Ward Centers, Carl Hume, Klgin Hay, Jack Williams, Mrs. J. U Slaviu entertained Yester- my kidney a no-- , but when I do, 1 can Mary Klizabeth I'oynter. 0 1). Woodi. Lucile Sanders, Willie Francis Prather, day afternoon with u picture show depend on Doan's Kidney Pills; They Klmer Hardin Casey, Stella Prewitt, Mary AnJerson, Mattle Henderson, Delia party at the opera house tu Bee "The always relievo me," Mao Turner, Susie DuJderar, Lucian Hruaddus. Kvalyne Prewitt. Fostcr-Mllbur- n Kosury" in honor of Miia Tummie fOe, ut all dealers. All the contestants must clip out tho picture after being traced and mall to the Central Kecord, that we may te- - how well the work has been done. Hand, of Lancaster, who is the Co.. Mfgrii., Buffalo, N. Y. i .us. uenry Mmpsou nml their daughter, I'.lizal.etli, leave Mon-iIlo make their home in Lexington. This Is ih'i idy tegreltcd by n host of, friends Mr. Simpson has secured a spit mini positing with Purcell where he "f the shoe department and has when lie will be "at home" to his I.mi-- ' ' casttr fnends A good fiiend st'imls by you when in need. Luiici.sler people tell how Doan's Uliiney Pills luiv stood the test, Dohii'h nearly Mr. Xinoiiii live yeais itgu hih! nguiii rurlirms the nury. t,ouui yuu ask lor more i A3 No. the iii. The Centrn Record, Thursday, February 15, 1917. I Famous Wash Heals Skin H. r. O.t Ihe (treatcst of skin remedies will remnre those unslchtlr ami trmittle-uskin afflictions tint hare made your life a burden. Tint IntnlprnMe Itrhlnr, Isimlng anil discomfort lll 11apprr un-itthe magic Influence of thl rrnicdr. It Itss cum! rnanr rases pronounced Incnr-aM- e ami will roach your case. It will taku nnil aik us moments Jut n few eiperlenee to stes In In the way liai ltn what inr of satlsiicil culmrri. We want you M rive l. I. P. n trial. J.c, f.tk: ami Jl.On. mr numcr In. k unless thj first Uitllu rcllewa j nit. I'. !. 1. Soap kps jour l kin Li'illcy. . J; ui about it. J GROWING TURKEYS. Owing to the extreme cold weather for the past week, this house did not sell but 164,46$ Pounds Tobacco at an average of $19.75 The highest basket sold brought 52 cents which was out of the crop of Coy and Whltlock. The market opened strong th's mornirg, Monday, February 12th. Drive In the "Home" be treated right and receive the very highest price for jour Tobacco. Helow will bcfomul u few crops sold w'uli us during tin; lust week tnjlc thcr with limine Coy ft. in I!. For IS Yean 0,(5 Standard miii ii mmai Skin Kemed E. McRnherts. Lancaster. Ky. ii DV Wliitliick BUCKEYE Ht'tnp Seed for sale. & Hudson, Wliitdker& Oldlk'lil Allun Turner Hume & Kt'iirtis U. J. Uronddus 2ll.ri pounds r(!7:il) nvoriigc 2885 pounds (i!)7.5!) iivenge Um") I lHl) 2a.p0 25 (m 21.18 2:1.7!) pounds :W82nvcr(!f pounds !t:i7,02 nvciit- puma's !)2802nv.-riige WhitnktT & Clinncc 2.M0 pounds :):I8I) pounds Coy &. Prewitt 2011 pounds Helton Coy Ro-s I 12 iivcnitSc jm-rnji- 22.III 7:1(102 I i:i:.7" nvcrnjic I7.3T iivt rnge 2177 2120 21 'II 11 u 22G8 22.17 & Hume 21 10 pounds h- -t Farnau. Mr nml Mrs A. C. Miles wei in .i Nicholasvllle, Thursday. Attend the mule sale of llurton and Robinson Saturday. Miss Margaret Conns of Harrod burg is the guest uf Miss Mnry Kurtz. Mr nml Mrs Lilian! Milesof Nicholas. vil!f vtsilet Mr anj Mrs A. C. Miles, mw nam IKE: recently. Miss Manley has returned to her home at MayslicK, after :i vi.iit to Mrs .1. E. I XSSCSZX 1 j mm Incorporated. mum-friend- WAREHOUS E PI. Richmond, Kentucky. hii g Abundanc of Food and Room for E rclio Ntcsxary to Succen. Ever) pn-- mil Inn rdmuM be taken I tiirl.ej' ralsliiB t" obliiln altong, lv jr Do not Imagine that s mis Mtie u elleln i: say o Is Hie main point of poiillr) eH it. A mislliim slnsl g liler welKhllialHilll IwelilJ lle amt will usually render luoie sallsfaiit resiili than an on rheavy sn l.,u In all fowls leineniber that l largely Inllilem nl by the female tin color and illstlliuiitahlng ih.ir.i ltles by Ihe male The hens weighing ti.n 1st viell tiuillirisl. than fourteen pounds, lulelllge i from wi..i I nine as dlslliiKiiMii-unduly excitable bints, and of vli:or. lioiiinisl cousllllltloiiill A safe rule for mating Is In hat Inm for every four to six bens. i. Ilims fertility Is n irtisl from male to every twelve females, but are llldlneil to think this Is mitt tin farms where the ll"Us are j.n i two ci k . It Is customary to kn-every eight or ten hens nnd t nale th males nlsiut twin- - a In plug lie Is'llllisl nlnof whlli . other Is with the Hock When li.r, are Kit i n litilliullisl range vvhiih r t , most allucasftll uieth.sl of r, tlii'iu, they naliirallv divide lui V It Is suld that the lent us r. t .f cess III renting turkeys m rx.r .. f Edwards, ' CfCi &KV flC3fEfT The Womans Missionnry Society will meet nt the Haptist church, Friday afternoon at two o'clock. Rev. I). F. Sebastian of Georgetown College filled hi regular appointment at the llapti.it church Saturday after-1 't the Mh at II! .'10 and claimed for its own the wife and mother of tin- lior r, Mrs. Annie Scrivener Slime, ni'i d I". nfter a lingering liluess and mueh "'if While tulaii g fering from cancer. with her hiifchand the dnv lifne her death sh told him of her preparal"1' for n better home She leaves a Inn nil of tin band and eleven children place except two. Mr Homer S'onr t f Cincinnati and Mis Sam Dalt. f lmd'in. Funeral servi-e- s at the r'.un h by Rev. J. W. Mah.iu Iri-lan.ler Much inent in Mt Hebron ceineterv heaitfelt sympath; is e.xle .d I tie family in their bereavement Card Of Thanks. ,rs'' 1 " ': , united in marri ige at Wincheter. The ceremony was performed m the patlor Hotel, the Rev of the Harding of that city officiating. Mises Maggie Ilrown of L:incnter, Maurlne Mcl.ui and Mr James II irvey Ralston noon and Sunday morning. of thi city were the only attend nit. The bride is a ineinhy of one of our CARTERS VILLE. mo"t prominent families and her sweetness of disposition has endeired her to Mrs Eliza lioatrite who has been very The happy couple a hot of friends. sack is some Letter. left immediately for Ihe groom's home Mr Maurice Green visited his brother in Alabama where thev will make their Mr John Green, last Sun lay. future home. Munv wishes for great Miss Andie Mae Green visited Miss happitiens go with Ihetn. Thelma Robinson, last Sunday. Mr and Mrs J. T. Allen entertained MANSE. a number of friends lust Sunday, Mr and Mrs R. C. Iloain visited Mr Mr Roy Creech spent the past week and Mrs Sam Davis last Sunday. with Mr. II. V. Conn. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Friend are tre Attend the mule sale of Iturtnn and Robinson, In Lancaster. Saturday. guests of her father, Mr. Jim Calico Miss Minnie Itenfro visited Mr and Mrs. Forest Centers spent Friday Mrs Robert Green last Sunday night. with her aunt. Mrs W. P. Anderson. visited home Miss Eva Merriman Miss Lillie Holman spent the past Mr. and folks last Saturday night and Sunday. week with her Mr and Mrs Edd Urown were the Mrs. Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Roberts and chilpleasant guest of Mrs S. M. Davis last Sunday. dren spent Saturday night and Sunday Mr and Mrs Itobert Green, Mrs Susie with his parents. Renfro and Miss Minnie Renfro visited Little Miss Thelma Roberts was the week-enMr and Mrs Jeff Davis last Sunday. guest of het Wheat middlings, rye middlings, bran Mr. and Mrs. John Roberts. fifl per cent protein tankage, best for Mr. Robert Anderson spent Saturday-nighHudson, Hughes and crowing hogs. and and Sunday with his grandFarnau. parents, Mr and Mrs W. P. Anderson. Mr. Calamay Hounshell and Miss Itriiwn-l'roctori- n j grand-parentd grand-parentt PxMNT LICK Miss Marv Sherrow who was operated on for throat trouble Saturday at Crem l nrv Feed vill miiKe umr D.mviile, is doing nicely cow give .it ire imik. Conlems seen Mr Speed Sherrow will putln n stock dr'erent grum Try it of groceries this week nnd have a store Hudson, Hughe & Famuli. in connection with mill near llourne. Miss Viol.i .Mae Cre-ef- i .oid Mr. CamMr. and Mrs. Dudley Cordon mid eron (". Preiviii were m.im.'l li Rev baby of Frankfort are th.-- guests of ll.iird at the homo nt her g' nml luirents her parents. Mr and Mrs W. II. Mont-gomeMr. mihI Mrs R. K Conn of Ltncter. nt IaiK S. Viol.i is the only dmU'iler .if lr and Mr Spencer Scott of Cincinnati is .Mrs K I!. Creech of HvnttsviMe ami spending several days with his grandCameron is the. oldest win of Mr. and mother. Mrs II F. Scott, atal sister. Mrs. Nat 1'rewitt of ,'iim. He should Mr Win Onstott. ' be proud lo winning such a help-malIn absence of the psilor. J. W. Mn-InMiss Sallie Anderson and .Mr. Jessie Rev. Shoue of I'.irksville. deliverI rewitt accompnnh d them to Linens, ed two interesting sermons at this ter. After tne cerer..uoy thej return- plaee Sunday morning and evening. Mr. ed to the home of lh-- r parents Rel, Alsika and Sapling clover: TimI'rewitt Is an industrious Miung farmer Kv. while the charming bride is one of Gar othy, Orchard grass and reelcam-rard's most p ipiilar and efficient young lilue (irass seed. Hudson, Hughe, and Farnau. schoolteachers. The) haieu host of Mr (ieo. Sherrow and Miss Ada Humfriends who wish them a long life of phrey motored to Lancaster Thursday happiness and weie unittd In marriage. They are both of this locality ami have the MT. HEBRON best withes of their many friends. Mr. A. II, Clark and two sons of Mrs Joshph Hicks remains quite sick, Madison. Mrs. James Hamilton of LanMr Raymond Montgomery is improvcaster, Mr, and Mrs, Eugene Clark of ing. Uoyle, Miss Gertrude and Mr. Charlie Mrs. A. S. Dean, who is ill with McQuerry of Jessamine, Mrs. Sam pneumonia, is improving. Dalton of I.ondoii and Mr Homer Stone I Mrs Sam Dalton returned to her of Cincinnati were here for the funeral of Mrs. Jas Stone. home near London Tuesday. The death angel came into the home Mrs. Everett I.awaon of Itavcnwood of Mr. Jas Stone on the morning of Mo, is the guest of relatives here. liv going t. .lellien and Ellie Folev siiipri'ed their mimed We desire to express our heart Mt thanks to our many friends who wire so faithful, kind and sympathetic t us during the illness und death of our wife and molh.'r. Mr. James Stone and childrer. 5, 10 ca, 201,Year FARM LOANS low rates, See this 20 INSURANCE. til tmtcli nf turiry rkk it la ItiKt lniiMlli tu tJik Utu many rr )nl cauttui.i heu turkry liriti vn ranr ilirlr iirt rn t.n prr(krln( fjr n year plan. donlntrifrrrni Kn unJr vuili clrcumitAfum It in uau fwMllw Ollr Well tu 14k prrt JUtiotJ-rnirAJturra. Th irnt vImkjUI t fouml nml. If timwiry, tIlc tf rrlllt t'! t lttulnrl I f pnt-tr4- D. A. Thomas. from ttii Mestlirr tiy a A rn p that ha at mi ati of nine u(!l rlently Utica tu allow thm turkvy hn hrn to ntr eaally Jlctur a turky tin a ato'en rt, Mrs J. D. Burchell is visiting Mrs. A. G, Botner at Ravenna. Mr John liutner left the past week to make his home in Philadelphia. Attend the mule sale of Ilnrton and Robinson Saturday. Mrs. W. S. Fish of Stanford was the guest of Mrs Walker Guyn Thursday. Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Smith entertain ed delightfully at rook on valentine's ! cassis s I eve. Mrs Carlos Hedrick and little daughter are visiting her mother Mrs. G. W. Rice. Miss Maggie lirown of spent the past week with Griggs. Miss Marie Williams of wai the week end gnest of Mrs Lancaster, Rvtty Lexington BACCO - - TO - f Miss Mail-rin- e McLin. Miss Lucy Williams spent a few days of the past week with her sivter, Mrs. EdJ Williams. Mr Oscar Tiirk was here for a short visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Parks thi) past week. Mr and Mrs R. I.. Hill of Isabella Tenn, are visiting her patents, Mr and Mrs W. ). Anderson. Mrs. Woods Walker was called Id Eldorado, Illinois, the past week by the death of her brother. Mr. a.id Mrs. Lewis Guyti have relumed from a months visit to Mr and Mrs Win. l itrpatrick near Shelb vdie. Messrtt James and Roge- - Rucker an) Master Irvine Kucker of Lexington, weto week en I visitors of Mrs I. C. Kucker. Mesdames II, J. Patrick and Roy ! tridite left .Monday for Cincinnati tu spend a ueuK or ten d.ivs in the whole sale house. Misses Mnurine McLin und Marie Williams ami Messrs J, II, Ralston and Chester Metcalf were visitors in Rich nond Saturday. The members of the II. Y. P. U. stormed Rev, and Mrs. C. S. Ellis on Thursday evening, the occasion being Mr. Ellis' birthday. Heavy Northern White Seed Oats. 'J'.'i per cent purity, 'J8 pur cent Ger- fir ? w 18 en ft ax, ' s I 8 MJIULU tUUU PfaftLSIiJUuL STANFORD, STREET I n tW. "Tr ii s Ft m US B m m-- " ' mm mH rm m Hte. lth w mM mm ri m m Mim. mm Si They must have an abundance of food and to maintain the necessary health to assimilate large iiiaiitlttra of f they must hare an abundanco of eirr else. Tills Idea Is entlrvly loclcal. Tur keys are largu birds, semlwtld by na lure, n)sscssis of n roving dlsmsltlon and fully capable of taking care of themselves. To conllun them Is to I in h)si a feeling of constraint and worri inent, over vvhiih they never cease fret. To do well turkeys must have range. Only n few should e-- atlcmpted In n coulllicd space, nnd even (hen tliei will nspilre pnliistakliig care. .Mmli of the so calliil "bail luck" In turkey raising, Infertility, soft shellisl eggs and liupnjrisl vigor. Is due to lui prosT fis'illug Avoid having the brissllng sto I, list fat. If they have come so during the winter seiisoii rn deavor o redtiie them to iiusliuiu tli'hli the milling season. Hats are 010 of the lest feeds during the hrcislln,.-moiiths- . with an o'ciislonnl feisllng t heal, iiirii, 1 hi r ley ami ground Isine Grit, ovsler sliills nnd ih.irconl should be kept vv It lilu iMy lencli of the blr.l-a- t avl II hi nnd n plentiful supply or !' V'L I to mi fiesh drinking water Continued s B Selection For Corn, may I e greull.i tlirniliili isiiilliim d si'hs tlon I or foul Icon seasons this haa been Hiidle l on ii mie fiirui III Olid' "III tell aero pluls of nui I thes" 11 in plola seed mIi. le.i fiuiii ilepnrl I'orn lie loused a.i wJklsa Uc2? -- rjp 1th. Company 8' SI IMIISTIIIIVO llllplovellllllt IlllVe outriisiisl with Hie furiii yield-o- f the same variety of rorn less ilgl.ll selis lui nnd glow n under iilenlliiil fill t urn I coiidltloiiH. Hilling the llrst seven peihsl the Held planted Willi lie paituieiit seed vleldcil CI II lillshelH per aero luoio than I lie farm llelds, whlh for the second seven .veara thu iucretise averaged 'JI.S bushels kt iicii'. llll 111 . lui ii MANAGERS. We Pay Highest Market Prices. Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone 30b. Also Branch House mination test. Hudson, Hughes and Farnau The community was greatly surprsed on Thursday when it was lenntil that Mrs Hetty Giiggs unci Mr II. 0. llurton of Dotheiu Alabama, had been at MORELAND, KY. ft ft ft I Tips on Horticulture. Trunk It. Cross of the department of horticulture at Oklahoma A, and M college, Stillwater, offers the following ndvleo lo farmers; Don't buy your fmlta nml vegetables. Itnlsn 'em. Don't neglect Insects and diseases. They ro easily controlled by spraying. Don't forget to uso fertllliers. They Incrcaso production wonderfully. Don't prune loo much or too Utile. Use Judgment. "An applo a day keeps tho doctor way." Ilrltig ratlsfactlon ami good cheer to tho home and folks by planUng flowers and shrubs about the house aud lawu, Plan to live, uot to die. The Central Record, Thursday, February 15, 1917. 1 A housewife fiive the first aid in colds, coughs and other ailments. Her promptness in applying the remedy often saves n serious illness. Her experience with remedies has led her to know that PERUNA is always reliable. Hint she should nave it on hand for the immediate treatment of coughs and colds, anil that it is always to her l.jWfltffSt., tnrA Vat Vcr, Men MARDI LOUISVILL & GR AS RAILROAD Don't Loueh Until Weak -- s' V PROFITABLE SOIL CULTURE SECRET Maintaining PERUNA in Your Home must ONLY A DAY AND NIGHT TO NEW ORLEANS. NASHVILLE Foley's Honey and Tar HELPS COUGHS QUICKLY I'oiiy'.i llnsr.r anii Taki.iIm rllit OF CORN GROWING. i Tickets on sale daily Feb 12 to 19, Inclusive. New Orleans $22.40, Mobile $1 9.70 Pensacolu $20.15 Round Trip from Lancaster Sleeping cur hire $ I I'll to I f(l tiuh way Hoard nt I.eM s private homes S! no p r day. r nt liott ls 52.011 per (!i awl up l ot pnrlieiilnr.N I. & N. Agent ,irM-lii!- ir Call for lisl ul Hold;, Rooming and Hoar din 5 Houses j .1., I..-- in It's SummerTime in Florida Two Daily Trains: Through Pullman car leaving Louisville 7:55 p. in., arriving Jacksonville 8:50 p. in. Through Pullman connection n train Iraving Louisville 7:20 a. in., arriving Jacksonville 8:50 a. in. The Kmthern Railway is the direct line to Ashcvillc, A. ken, Aueu'fi, C lu:l'- -: rn, C!t.it.!i.a, Savannah, Siiniir.r-ri. DaUnca Bttween Haat, bold of nil ohttinntc imigh and give, Meittur and Fertility. ijuick relief, I It pull a licnting romini 01 ihr In. j I'rrpirnl liy t'nllnl Sliitea ilcpartnunt of iiKricultiirr fl.iinut immbi.itii thai line llie lliront Tin1 m" n t of .inveMfiil rulinie and nir panH,vf, It top Iti tickling, looted, find r.mea phlegm cn.iiy. It it It In iiialntiiln a proper Inilnii' e of just splendid lor htnnclii.ll and li inulMiire, heat ami fertllll Thi-i- i. light, whcriy frippc coughi, n.ul I line finliii. loeether ltli the until re lirciilliing. .... r of tin- - -- tel, iti'tcriiiliie jlelilx In all !irj Mr.. W 8 Id - - I ,Tmol ..nilnuri' l d.v J n I hr, tinlij .he lirl nf Hie t iiiintry. tr' llntirv .ml T.r Alirr Lhlnt h.lf tutk Ynlt A i Ikiiilv in lli" Hiipply of one m I twttlr. I.rr lt .luf 11, sdJ It.cu t'Ulllc. culil.lir Cured Lur cuuAh. nuiki' a rli.ni-'- o In nliolher nilt luilile. Sold Ever where TIiih llio inoixt'irc riiiilri'tuetit turlr vrllll of heat nnl!;iMi In aililitlou In unler mill licut. Mill fellil lt. nml iiil iili miKt In1 resanliil aiuoiii; llie lilr.' Nn one of tllCe run lie -- lllll til lie llllJIl! ItllpolLllit th'in mini Lit. When' all me iilMiinlaiit i v cpt oi:i.-- a wnler, for example I tii one Iiiiiiine the llmluii faetor, ami mithlK of Mipplyllii; II lieeouie I lie liii'xiitiilit Ine.UH of Imreailns tlie Jlelil. h. Wis., vrlif: olafM'i, anj rr Vfiii- ruoa io our furmly for o oumbcf of Jean, nutl hnvo ftiiiml it a iTfrt(y rcll.t.lf mfrliLinr ItfUMnridsihrtyi. li m fif nny er' Krriuus cutj- The Family Safeguard The experience cf one woman, given herewith, is typical of thousands of letters that reach the Peruna Company from grateful friends who have found their homes incom plete, and their family taftty in danger without PER UNA. for I tri 'I brn'an mlnsj It catarrh, vhxh uli rc il with a fit nn n'H urn vrry sTi"-J- until wmiy, Sintv I hMve ijVm I'rninn ini' droMiloil In rny tbroat hiidiuntlnn'tJ, an! myhfaJanj no .a 1 am are not mi noprd u In the murtiinj li-with lli rr nil", anJ JicfntiGuc to It tir.til 1 am ctiiirflyrHl nf nitnrth il llirartilvrfChrnrru ndltajn linurtlmptlicin'. for hrt It I rea'iv to tin f..f jnu wh.t a tnniki t proves It. beyond question, to tie tho reliable family rem-cdever ready to take, preventing iho stno'it cttern of colds, iciushs, tfnp and derangements (it tho digestive orilans. This proof is puhlishctl from tunc to time and many families have profited by it, itfc The great weight of testimony that liar uccttmu-late- d in the 11 years that PERUNA ha.s lieen on the Colds and Catarrh O jf VI t'orn il.t! :im! Rait iii;ick is a hood Tin- - Only iii"rv. resorts. other Ziti.nj Car CWtv e 11 Mr i.tti r a..-- .1 Uretlt "i local iiut!e.:,i ILILTodrLDiitiirtPimV oli.r ' stnMiri, . (nn ami r'it err v.rite ''r:t rtUj.. . 'the place t stop you little .money. 6th and 7th. $'J.(M LOUISVILLE HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, KY., Main St., between lintel in Liui.ville 0erntcil on the American hihI European Plnnt. each. AMlllllCAN PLAN. (Willi Mini") CUIIOPKAN PLAN. Ktxitnt williotit Until Imt with Hot nml Cold Itunnine; Water. 7.r. ItiMin" sinede. $2.00 Ml lEnoint "ingle. 2 Wl 60 I'rollt Itoolllt . . single, a.no Itoomt with Ptivate llatlr Ml Itnomt .. single, ,'t.OO 50 ltiHimt ... siueje. Ikon Itoom uitliout Until but Willi Hot hihI Cold liunmni; Water. .... per da ; - people. per iliiy; 2 eople, per day. 2 people, per day . per il.iy ; 'Z 1! 2..VI each. '1 li'i each. people, people. " each. each. H.lril (Without "U ltiKinm !U KuotiiH fill ninle. innl", liimin- - witli fill ICooiiih Ul Itooim ICiMiint Witlioiit Front ItiHimi I'rivnte llntli: ini;e, 1! IK'ople. : 0.7.1 each. per per ilay ; - people, I Oil each. 1.50 per ilay; 1! peuple, 1.25 each. 1.IHI 1.IKI l'op. ''iru iiinl.es lis entile lirowth iliinn? sinii of Iniihei leMpiriiliiie. iilonlns liet when the thei ii.ometer so t,. p.i ,eree-- . I'. It run nut crow in mi I; aprina or Into fall, nml Its yniMth l retanhsl ilurln; the I.I iilhls or nml wtvther uiiiini r by It Instls Its ciontcM supply "f limit lure ilurlii: the summer niekt wlieu ilrollshls ule most likely mill wlieli j lailis ale less elfit tlle lH nHe of from eainitloii In other wotils. the heat l il I ri' in. f of eiirn Ipletelits crouth at times wle-- mols ' tine oiiilltlons ale likely n U- mil faxoralilc. while l.iel; of niolslure fre-- I iii ntl retar.Is fiowth when heat tun OUions nre most favornhle The problem, therefore, where heat It ;:reat ami moisture ileflolont It to store up mois. tore, ami whole moisture It plentiful I ' i - npIH'iir In iii.il,.- - It mlaptiil to ilruii'lit iiiii'liii'Mi mill, on the iillur Ii.iihI. Iini qunlili.. uhleh limli l pii"il.illilr as a mifi for n'liilarlil leuloiH atul eall for .peci:il niljiotlnelili. Ill ploiluelm; KiTi ii ueicht of or ilry tilaller le- urn e aler than other r.")". a nati. ,miv ami alfalfa ll it ihei liKilnl nn. ean If li s,ir i'nih water from si depth of Hie or i In hot. Or weather the rnlllm; feet if tlii' liluilet ritlii'-e- t the lot li, ater llie olher hiiml. the hem ieiiilie 'nn I iiwiilt am! peelilhir Itnueiliis halillt or I lilt cnii make It t ailuptitl to M'liil j nrlil lesions Ih.iu olher cmln or fnrnee w.(e i li.'inii teillli'H hih ..d i, f.rlKd ..iut ..dira atl.tkl. The Peru na Company, Columbus. Ohio en i NOW is the ideal time to visit FliORIDA or the I GULF COAST RESORTS (ic away front tl e cold and enjoy life in the land nf Son- shine and Flowers. LtiA rourcl- - rii fare? and excellent service via. I Z fj L0UI3V!LLE For partuul & NASHVILLE R. R. rn, ' all upon local ncentfl of this railroad. IIJ'I1"MK' NATIONAL THE K iii";f BANK OF LANCASTER. Cup flu I 4 50,000. A. mni'le. 1. fill per ihiv: "iiiRlo, 2.00 per ilay, 2 people 2 people, 1.25 each. 1.50 each. Surplus $30,000. Vice Pres'U S. C. DKNNY. Cashier. THE OLD INN. Louisville, Ky., Corner Sixth and Main Sts., European The liuiiville ii'tail ih.trict ami theatre. Hath, l.tm anil up, ItiKimn With Private llath, $1 Ml nml up. IIKST I'ATlNtS PLAl'K IN TOWN. Hotel anil the Olil Inn are locatiil in the wh'ilen.ilc ihitrict ami nnlv a three-lilock'- s Plan Only. walk to the DUNN!, President J. E. STOItMES. It. 1. Jmuky. Ass't Cashier. J. L. lltLt, r. Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Proprietors. Safety Oeposit WE Boxes For Rent. SOLICIT YOUB HUSINESS. 0i.)00'0;0'0'Xoisf0(0i.coAW.;.:0.:0: H. Samual U. Cochran, Stormeu, S. C. Denny. II. DKATHKItACK, ; Alex K. Denny. J. II. I'oeey, J. E. J. L. Gill. Dr. W. M. Elliott. Directors. tav.i.iiTaiTt. t'. MILLION, Pre. T.J CUUTIS. Vice Pret. '0 Madison Tobacco Warehouse COM - ANY. Iii l. D , DC The Best System Tonic on Eearth. COM-CEL- ritorif1 Near , L. A A. H. jx.t. CAPITAL T. $40,000.00 IU P. Million, Telt'phoiie;:t71. Mariun foy. K C. Million, J. Curtis. J, M. MltlXTOItS Dr. V II. Vaunht. K. lln. leu, i '" SAR Med- Tlio corn crop hero pictured wan n f.illuro tecuuhe ttit null inoicturt-brcam- e exluustcd just wticn the I'ljnlB ahoultl li.ao Letiun to form earn. mill heat Ucllclout Natures True References ' . To Tobacco Growers and those' who sell it Some Late Sales at the Madison House. (rower Charley Kost, .lorry l'arrisli Pounds 22li.r 1 1 icine, Roots & Herbs The Books of the Holy Bible. Dollars (ilKIKO Avernjje U0 7(i 00 I07!)!) 151.50 111.15 .107.0.1 MKiiU 1.211 1!) 751 !)(! 2,(152.11 k e. '& $ Mrs i:ittlx th Host M.C. I.ff Harris White (loo. Denny Slnpp & Mnrpliy l nineit & Sereiiun CoviinJtim &. Cntws Collins 1010 I77:i 12(10 . 27.01 2.127 2J.1I! 21.1)7 2015 5:i.-)- 0 2151 2U2(5 2010 .115.15 108:15 25.58 220!) 21.111 2,.!08,70 G01.25 157.tlil MntSlieares Hcmsley & P ' 0. K!:i4(i Casey nml Harden 1285 280.10 Askins and Moberley 2105 557.71 Donahue, and ear (i!)5 7(i .'MOO .1. W L'linore We claim the bent market n the Mate. Oer hint bin salt 108,000, llo r iiveriijje $20 ami coint- In feu uh when in town. The. Pioneer, ('nil lis for market Cuiullll 1 ill-- ) - 2000 20 15 2000 22 H5 22.:i!) 22.18 22.50 2235 22 III. It MADISON TOBACCO WARE HOUSE COMPANY. Incorporated. .0 j to haiitlli- - the m!I to prevent moisture from U'etiiiiK such heat nt may be mailable Ins III the case of corn, whlili tlilTi'is In . .this ri'siH'Ct from perfect Ilonerlui; plantD, the hettluu of ami the till-- I ItiB of the eara are seriously luterfcre.1 wun py rummer iirouctitM. torn Hat tassel '0 two kind of llowers-t- he forming or pol-le- a bearer nml tho K'tsl or silk bearlni; Oowers. The pollen from one falllni; on the silk of the ether It necen' sury to tho development : of pruln. ProUKhty it'iiillllnns often hasten the shedilliiK of pollen, but delay the appearance of silks, with the tesult that 'A the Kileii U mostly wasted, If fertllb 7ntiou U iicflitetl In this wny no amount of later ruin can cause kernels to form or make u pmd grain yield. The corn crop It sometime Injured by hot wlmlt that do lest damage to such crops us alfalfa and the srulu The problem here Is by the choice of p'.uutliiK time mid tho neletf. tlou of e.irlj maturing or Into niaturlni; vnrlclles to brine about tho double flouerhiK of the corn at times when droucht It least liable to Interfere with fertilization. i:erjtlilut; corn gets from the soil Is .0 hi liquid form, mill the crop cannot crow uulesi the null contains moisture to spare. Endorsement- sAll Nature. Authorit- yGod's Promises. When the universe was planned the Creator caused Hoots and Herbs to prow for the hcal.'iip; of all diseaaes. Nature's ways are best and if you continue to sutler from Stomach, lluwel, Kidney, llhulJcr, IIIoihI, Lunu or any other disease, it is jour own fault. People often nei iuii down throuuht work and worry, lack ol exercise and sleep, from taking cold ur by starvation from poor digestion. What thev need is just fucli it tonic asCOM-CKL-SAIt is a perfect combination of nature's medicine for the stomuch, bow elt, lis er and blood, the four centers of digestion and uuliitluu. is sold ut Stormes l)ru Stole, Luncustdr, Ky. thrietboes turbine Dollar. Each box makes a fud quail of ninlicine a nil is u searchiuu tonic. Ludy and blood builder, superior to any thine; of its kind. For iiidiKestion, t;as I'l lh sloinacli and bowels, kidney and bladder trouble., nervoiisuest, weakness, ui.d lualariu, is the uinedv most ecvllent. It a Kentucky product, e,u.urui.teed under tlie us lepiestiited; con National and Mule Puie I'ootl Laws to lie tains no dope nrpoinui and Hue to name. Kit cures others, can't you utfoid to tiy It? COM-CSAH is on sale nt Storines Dru Store, Lancaster, Ky,, ulsu liandlo our SCIENCE SOPK, made for human skin only, 10c a bar. II for SBc Al our Famous Cowboy Liniment 25 and !')i a bottle. This liniiuriit itives remarkable relief from rheumatic pains, lumbai:. cuts, burnt, bruises, sprains, lainvness, neural-i;i- a, aoreneas. Send for The Cowboy Herbalist hook. Its frex Li e jut 0 : iSMlIMXMMS a I Third Street, L. & A. Depot, Richmond, Ky ) '.w.i0A :!e;0A.0x ;x;.x' w$WsM Irrigating Upland. Where upland near and overlooking lowlands are Irritated provision should be made for subdrulnaco or the filler-lit- ); of he drainage, as tho salts lu tho upland koII.1 Hill bo parried to the low-lauand dnmano them for ncrlcut-lurThis hat shown quite clearly In research work followlnc the drainage from Irritated uplauda. STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. DC Dakoto Jack-White.Mo- on 3729 31 West Ilroadway. LOUISVILLE. KV. 3C 1c 3C The Central Record, Thursday, February 15, 1917. IMMHm 4 S 444444444444444 4 444 FARMER'S COLUMN t sraeo ht low thi litMdiiiK li for the cicln 'e ma of our larnifr iiibpcrl'ier.. and 1, for te tale of aiock. train anl men thinaa ou riii A, Iho larmrr cannot atTortt to adver No tmtlcc will be accreted oter lour le.-t- . nnr ulll tiennly In 'no (rane, of the tt rvao. fri-- r of chuff Wan'TKII-HO- A SHERIFF'S STORY 1917 -- ANNOUNCEMENT-1917 - SUCCESS WITH BARLEY. OF - SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. The Only Life He Took That Troubled Him. By WILLARD BLAKEMAN Successor. In Hughes 'OF & Swinchrnad O hales good clover liny, (!. A. Swlnchrosd. I wi KENTUCKY. LANCASTER, I'or -- Sale-T- en ll shouts. II. II. Ward. It shoals, weight about 7.1 Jake Hodman was a sherlfl In (he (sounds. Ilright Herring. (lieu territory of Dakota, lie had land ed more desperadoes nlhe and dead For Sale 14 than any other sheriff, but it must be work mules. S. Morgan, admitted that by far the larger number were lUtid when captured, for very Kor Sale 13 I year-olof them could be taken nllve. work mules. C. Morgan. lew J. Hodman didn't tnkenuy chances, For Sale; One pair good horses, eitli. for an olllcer of the law was no more er single or double, will sell cheap if Immune from these people than any sold at once. It. II. llronaugh, one else. I once asked him If be bad Crab Orchard Ky. nnr stirltikltif nf kllllni- - nn.t nf llmtu Mr. Jolm Cress, of I'reachersville,' or any iiualms aftcrwanl. lie replied lias forty extra fine sheep for sale. (lint If lie bail been built tlmt way (bey would liuve lauded lilm instead of Ills alio a choice lot of stock hogs. landing tliciti. y For cow with first calf, "Hut there was one kllllu'," ho said, fiesii and promising milker. "that has troubled me ctcr Bluer. I Mrs. Ida Tinsley. wake up (lights some time and K't fo thlukln' about it and nlways frel the For two year old same slnkln' about the heart. It was mules. Will sell one or by the pair. this way: W. S. Carrier. wan made sheriff I was "Before For SjIc: IS d tM-.lSale:-Jerse1 Headquarters for Real Estate IN "THE LAND OF NOW" EXPERIENCE AND EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS. I FOIt SALE-Wal- nut bookcase as had come out from the cast lie had been a banker or sotiiep'n like up the roti SAL- E- Several cords good stove that, but bail gheu a Uttlo husliies tu gal about bring his daughter, wood, price reasonable. titti.it.. mi tli una f hr.mf Klimt ctllli I). M. Carter. Cartersville, Ky. consumption, out bete, hopln' the iilr good. la In' plenty of FOIt SAl.K:-K- y. Ked Herkshire I would do her money, the natural lliliu-- for i n to Hoars, White llock lloosters. White do was to buy a ranch and stock it. Holland (Joblers and lour hemp brakes lint he didn't c.irc iiothln' about that, . J. (J. Burnside. l'hone except to gite hlui somep'u to do. He his daughter Susie. Strayed from my home Friday, Feb. was hound up In oNo was. Talk about Just ns everybody IHIi. a brown spotted shepherd dog. e could slaughter heart winners, Liberal reward il returned to this of- more iieople that way than any one I fice or J. S. Merchant. ever seen. There waMi't any one on II. F. D. 2, Lancaster. 'the ranch or oft'n it that wouldn't swaller a di.o ' lead fer her "I never eollld tell Jlt wh.it It was . about her that had this effee', but I allowed the principal part of it was that her heart went out to exerv- , bodr. When they was hankerin' to was worryln" , do Mlinplii fer her she because they xxas puttin' tbelrselxes The Ultimate Gar. out'n their way on her account. America's delicate people alius attrnil strong ones, Sule was tu frail she Knight Motor Car. looked us If the fut good wind that blexv would carry her nay. Hut besides all this thur was somep'u about her that no one could reck 1 111 ' 378-FSu-i- secretary combined Good condition. I'rice $.'5. Dunn Ilros.. Iluena Vistu. and workln' on a owned by a Our records for the past eight veara show sales of more thanllH.MX) acres of Isnd, be. Ides i large amount of town and city ptoperty andjslocks ofmer ....... done tu 'llltl.lid- - a..,.,l..ti.... t,t ......... Il.n.. .1.1.. ' """ "" h" "i w"" Oil ..... ..... 1...:..... enure saunnciion ot more limn ioo clients anil cusomers;anl lliey are my references for "fair dealing." From mv experience in the business know how, when, wliereand what to advertise. i the one who has property to sell farm lands, city property, dwellings I its or business property, merchandise or any real estate proposition, I .solicit lih your business, believing I can handle it to your entire satisfaction. I now have on b.ind a List vour farm or other property with me now. lung list of parlies who are going to buy something somewhere and jour proH erty may be just what am looking for. To the one who wants ta invest. solicit your patronage as I know values and know that when veil close ,i deal through me jou will get "value received" lor your monej. have sow n iiioreaud It luulil line I have on hand for sale ut all times a Large Number of Farms. Duellings iiin biislirls A larr..' T ent Ci IV Property not in the advertistd list, as my list of property is constantly was shelleil and wasted on the ground changing, by sales, expirations renewals, listing new propel ties iif'dJ'iMiin" of my bet prop riles ure not a Ivertised at the request of the owners, of (In mini County, write me and ;i will tell cti If you are .ill ubiut our County, Its fertile soil, its products, market facilities, go-iroads, schools and churches, of l.HUca.ter and its business, its people and its grotvlh. MORE DRAFT HORSES The following is just n few of the properties have on Hand for sale now. 1 - 11,1.1 - I T-- 1 1 Experience of Farmer Who Sowed It a. an Alfalfa Nurse Crop. rrop ns I have neT talsod barley ti'cdit as a but once, nnd then It nurse rrop In alfalfa In I'll.", "riles it correspondent of Oratigu .ludd runner I sowed leu neies of barley broadcast I on May .'I, 1!U.. using ten bushels. as think the name of the tarlcly It Is n bennlel barley, Oilerbrilil.ei I paid with six runs of kernels. ." Ollite nt Itniuey s l.hery Stable, iriils a bushel fur the stssl I graded Ijiiu'iixIci. Kentucky It and treated It for smut In n wagon Inn, ttolitir forinaldeh)de. The bailey being honldcd. I miild not cut for Irij. i I let It mature mid It cut and x'KM'kfil it for thiiiioing Mug xorj wet at Inmost time. It wn. long hhis'ks and not e.ipis'd. set up In Phone 391-- M and It sto.s.1 (lie wet weather letuark ably well. When It stopH-i- l ruining wo Ihrasbed alsiut Sept. I. It folded I'--ll ) BUCKEYE, KY. bushels, niaehliie measure, and went Into the bin In line Minis'. I bate used It for grinding and hold some for seed at 71 eents per bushel. The alfalfa ' came on hlicl.i. and the binder clipped It some then we mowed it nlT about (K't. I nnd let the dippings He on the Fine Cut ground. The Held was limed April --'7. M. thns- - tons of puherlretl llmosinno st aire, spread with u limestone sower The nlfutf.i seed was luoeiilated. The bushels of seed use. I tun mid one-halwas sown with a hand seeder, using one-hal- f of the seed wnjs of the , Held, followed by a sixteen fisit then rolled and harrowed again. Inegroutul was in oals stiiMiio In !IH Ktui tuoky iii.iiiiiivi ..nil 'n. .i .n-- ' mill in,- ten bushels of seisl liatle) pro bleed !!."l bushels of good lnay Imr'ey Mad It not lseii tlMil as n inline t rop I would JiiIiii II. V. CARDS.j D. Dr. Wm. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. J. E. EDWARDS, M.D Honaker Flowers. John McRoberts. M. J. PATRICK, OentlMt. Casey, iiicinimtl (Nillt'Sr PanitLick. Veterinary Surgeon. (Wniluitle i J. ' Veiffiiinry KKN'I UCKY 11 t DANUl.LK. 1 Stearns. first ' ' The Car For Luxury. Pride and Service. If interested, write or phone WJl MOKE, KY. xvin-ili- a Ed. C. Binckendorf The undersigned hereby g've warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands tor any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful feat extent of t law. Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N B Price It. I.. Elkin II. C. Arnold. J. C. Kigsby. Mrs. E. L. Frazee John Tatum. 1'. L. Arnold. T. H. Slavin. C. M. Moberly. We will add other names for 25 cent cash. POSTED HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE Ibis Agreement Wit ni'aai. th Tliaf in onler to protect the game on our lands for a period of tluee years we bind jury ch es not to hunt thereon, nor permit anybody else to do so. anU we further agtee to prosecute with diligence nil persons who violate the game M of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpose of hunting. And we further agree to act us Deputy g Game Warden for the purpose of out this agreement. Except each of us have the right to 1:111 rabbits on our .'r.rtn or peimit it to be done by another under our sujwrvision, or the Mipervislo'i of some responsible and reliable person sclec'ed by us. This November 15th, 1910. It. L. Kikln, J. E. Hobineo.'i, W. II. lirown, Jno M, Furru. W It. Burton, Alex Walker, HuM-ldeT. A. Elkin, Uro4.. J II Dalton. F. M. Tinder, Logan Hubble, John II. Smith. .1 (1. M. Dealion, N. I toss. II. I). Cox, Fisher Herring, Hughes llros. J. W, Sweeney, W. M. Malmn. Withers Ilros, William, Marcus ami Jim White. li. F. Wilmot, J. I). Pope, Mrs David Chenault, Fred J. Conn, W. It. Cook. J, iV. Elmore, T. C. Ilanklii. Hulfman liroa, Wm. G. Anderson. Sam Cotton, W. II. Moss T. M, Arnold, Jr, Jno. M. White, It. E. Henry. llright Ilarring. A. I), iiradkhuw, fieoll Huiriiuiii It. L. Iliuker. Win, and t.izie Oustott. Phone on ou. (itbce Hours, Ito4-7to9- p.'Ho'0' es ' i m "I got ahead of cxery one elc with inents. her this xvay: I owned a blooded mure CITY I'KOI'EKTY: that was us easy managed us a kitten M. K. Denny and W. A. New tnouern dwelling of S rooms, 2 halls, cellar, bath rooms, mislern and could gll ulong like the wind. improvements, furnnce heated, electtic lights, waterworks, small modern barn' Nothlu' Susie liked liotter'u to ride on Doctors Of Dtnlal Swgery. ' horseback, but she wouldn't ride auy and I acres of land. Oftirtr sietuir. Hlldlrutn Hurt A tad. A dwelling of 0 rooms and out buildings and 4 acres of land. toy Kate. 1 used to other horse than on, nriillnrr Siutt, go xxlth her lots o" times, fer her faAnother new modern dwelling of 10 rooms with all modern conveniences. . LANCASTEK. KENTUCKY, ther wouldn't let her go alone and A number of other dwellings and building lota. didn't like to have her go under the For further pnr'iculars and prices inquire of euro o' any one ele. 1 was only about ten years older than Susie and unmarried; but, laws, I'd as toou cal--Jkr at tli IlliOn of the nois Itui.e llreisleis' culated ou uiakiu' love to some gul us Yiitt Id jiet tmr free catalog on saiil that one rrasoll fur the fart come down from heaxeul Hut this thjt our farm luita are not as mutter uohoxv, fer theic xvas a dldu't fiissl as llie ought to te Is thw youug gent ns lied left college to go of K'cmI, upful nlrs. Ac to laiicliln' that Susie had met and pruiimulrlv hull the stnlllons aljti.l inir fur j.ut.llc erlc In tills roiiti-titumbled to. In our tides together shu ale Knt'lss iin.l scrubs ami Imlf got confidential with tue nnd tole me tin- - pure l.rtsls oiiKht never to lute "i all about It; tole me when the feller teiimawM'iiiWi r tisrli ostsl as eri-Tlie flalllon hlsself didn't know nothlu' at all about iliown la pule l.lt-i- l I'rtchticiii I xmis the only pusson as it. In fao,' Dahkuotved it except the little gal herself. the past lite In ten years will soon see "This joung man's. Dick Walcott's. Ibe error of their wa.ts It takes time Kwrxtliiwu fi.r Orcliniil, I pwii nut) ranch wus a matter o" fifty miles from I to make much heiulway lu I lit- - lu.rv,. ouni, which was known us the Court Ciinleii i bllsllii'f. ct.jir nr.. iii,.t..,l t.. I'lte ney ranch from Susie's father, who ' grow ' i No Ajjia a horse. one should not Wrile r"r free Cullllngtle. owned It. Hut Wulcott used to'coine cxfct more than two eolts from Hire,, over quite frequent, ninkln' excuses & Sons. mares us an uterage per jtar Mine account the all the lime, to see Susie. Oosh, how cent of our oier not more than Hi the young feller was wrapt up lu her! b;iiicili ii, Kentucky, farmels me rillslng colls. Not lol- lHe would any time bao iruwled on ' Hilt; isil. hence the American farmer will wake the gtound before her. She tole me up only to learn that a great opportu he didn't let on she tared any mole From Round nlt.v has passtsl, BOOKKEEPING fer la in than any one else, because Builoe.Phonography The next ten .teals Is bouiid to see Trip Junction City wasn't strong mid healthy iinil wasn'i TYPEWRITING ind the greatest demand for borscHc-d- i the wllllu' to pull n i iv man down l. mar via world has eter known. It enii't TELEGRAPHY rylu' him. .list think o' this angel on short notice. The man who Is .SMITH BUSINESS COtlEQE eoulldln' this to u tough feller like me Imm. .m4 fcau breeding ,.ery mare old enough to the III 1'rs.H.nl when nolxsly else knowed It! IS h. y..r.tr.ir.rl.nr.r.liir.i UVt t snklna t.ii.mt.., Imi tb D. best stallion mailable and Is tukiug "There was one o" the beiilers In Mr for ..t .l. proper t are of the offspring Is the man I Tonne tntn .n.l 1.11,1 ntiitii. s mttt rr t. U4rM wiLiirn it. Tickets on talc March 1, 2, 3, end 1, Good iiii(ii.n, lii, liey'a employ that was a bad egg Court who h sure to be tewarilisl returning to teach starting point March 10. He Ink some sort "' liiulice agin jomig There are plenty of men who haw JOHN WHITE & CO. Walcott. dldtit know the ruison lit bought itud paid for farms within tho LOUIfJVII.Lt, KY. Hist. I JUt reckoned that Walnut had past ten jiars by their pure bred draft Llbaral aaao(rtMnl Privilege of extension to Apnl 10 by dcxiit of treated him like tint galoot he wins mures, in the sniiie community then- - ' and lull ticket in Washington and payment of fee ot $1.1)0. valua paid This herder. Jim Sllggs. was not only" are fanners who aie no betterofl' llmiu a powerful man. but win one o the elall.l than they Were a dmiile ago quickest and sttuluhtest Mint I evi r A rate opixutunity to visit and Income thej fullest In foresee Iho piollls Miaaa and seen. I alius allow isl that If 1 had a acquainted with your nation's capital. rrom using the right kind ot hoise Cat Sklaa dispute with him 1 wouldn't do much in their farm work. The men aalio 'sleepln'. but would keep my right eye luno made money mid who mo going School Law. apply to For tickets and full particulars regarding train on him continually till tin) fracas wus to leap I In. I rolls of their oll'oiu In the settled I xmis xorrj he'd turned tiglu C. 0. Ilarberton, Ticket Agent, Junction City. Inline are Ihosu w ho early saw the 1111 Walcolt, for Wulcott xvas no niutcb deniable need for beuvy draft hoises of a feller to, fer him wluitexer-mo- re for fiirm work, who bred that kind and r Mind ltiiiidlii books than revolvers. who will combine o do so without n II. C. Kini;, Passenger & Ticket Agent 1 Wulcott. you, I wasn't thlnkln' of halt. 118 Cait Main Street, Lexington, Ky. In' might wus fearful for Susie, know Keep Egga Claan. well that If anything happened to him LiLiOtT I' 141, tW4M.R"ir,:,, l'lovlile roomy, clean nests, 'Iheie It would knock her Into smithereens. shoiilil be at least one nest for every "Well, one day the secret of Sllggs' six hens, rout nests eullso dirty eggs. dislike tuiuo out with a tengeance. Dirty eggs, ro matter how large and and Suslo came to mo all of fresh, aie always graded as ot her bauds and said: or lower, (lather the egga often and "'Jim Stlsgs has left here to go to keep them In u cool, dry place, nil tho HIGHEST PRICES PAID the Walcott ranch to kill Dick. Stlggs time until they are sold. Lao the small, has uiado lovo to wo' Incorporated. R.miii.nc. Mailed Dar dirty or cracked eggs at'fcorae. Hniall I &hipmnt la Kaaaivad "What! That galoot made love to eggs lire Just us wholcaouiu for ftwd I you' No ComminioH to Pay as large ones. "'Yes; and of courso 1 wouldn't lis-- . I . I ....... - . ... Writ. Iw Prlc U.I aid ubi lutvrreu nun t .wi leu lu li. liu t SkippUa Taaa Th Htn't Bath. toward Dick, and ho went away lay13 or 83. An old box half full of wood ashed All Orders Recel- - e Prompt Attention ing ho would kill Dick this very night Phones 339-- F M. Sabel & Sons and the ashes sprinkled with lliaa Can't you do something to stop lilmT lacMSMttod tatoVUIud IU4 makes a good bath where la Biddy can " 'How Ions baa bo been goncV LOUISVILLE, KY. lust herself and free herself of Termlu. " 'Nearly two hours.' FA It.MS. A farm of "J(I7 acres nearly level land, highly improved, on pike. A farm of 150 acres, partly rolling land, goil improvements, on pike with about 100 acres of ditT and grazing land thrown in, A f.i.'in of 2U1 acres on two pikes, can be divided'in several farms. No improvements but a number of building sites. Fine location. l.tud'Hes in'i'.( A fertile farm of 1M acres with splendid improvement", land 'lies well and is on pike. A small farm of 2. acrea. with ii room house, good orchard, well ".located on pike, close to school and churches, or 111 acres with large barn adjoining can he added, making acres. I'ossestiion at once. A farm of 125 acres, close to town, large tobacco barn and fine' building site on pike for dwelling. A farm of '.Is acres, partly rolling, line land, splendid improvements igl.t on pike. A farm of 12s acres, 4 miles from town, on pike, laid partly rolling, splendid improvements. A farm of 110 acres of tine laud well improved. oi pik- - acces ible to in Hike t of three county seats laud lies well. h A sm ill frm of 1 acres, mile from pike, withg'Mul",iuiprov-- ' the mailer Is the opsislte Those who haw allimcal sin h thoughts to illreit their operation for The thinner of oerpMsbh'tlon of irses Is lemnte II oi.ts inoro to pro. dnee them than any oilier class t f live -tisk. writes Wauio llinsuiore n t'i lnwa lloinesteail lor that reason mail) runners sit ba. k and piml.iliii that it ibstsu't 1.13 to raise hordes lint tbeie neier was n time when the as hmIiiII us now. that he motor truck and tractor bate kllltsl tin- - horo business an, I the Iiitm. Is a thing of the past Souk- - ssipl( Is lloio all of tM., eieu though the truth or I J. S. Beazlev lUINKRAL IJIRECTOR Olllce ()er Nnl.onal Hunk ;itoMdeiice l'hone 3 t)l!:ce 1'hoiie 27 LANCASTEIt. KY. ""'rl' Ladies Coats. Mens and Boys Suits to close out at cost. G. C. COX, Manse.Ky tele SWINEBROAD.VfHE REAL ESTATEIMAN.I Wanted Lancaster, 'Kentucky. Fruit and Shade Tros Shrubs. Grace Vines. Rhubarb. Asoaraus. Roses. Reduced Excursion Fares to Seed Potatoes, lias, Ete. Strawberries. WASHINGTON Inauguration tOAR .t H.P.IIillcnmeycr SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM mm mm p" Joffcrson Jacob SchulzCompany Fine Cut Flowers For All Occasions. Wm. F. Miller,- Agt. Lancaster.