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Central record (Lancaster, Ky.): February 22, 1917 Central record (Lancaster, Ky.) 300dpi TIFF G4 page images Cartwright & Landrum Lancaster, Ky 1917 cen1917022201_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 22, 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 22, 1917. NUMBER 47. 3flBE D BE 3F1E THE CRISIS". FIRST ISSUE Of Lancaster High School Paper Appears, This oll'tce has recently gntton out the lirst issue of the l.iincatiter High School paper, which has been apprnpri ately named "The llulletin" and which contained many Interesting and instructive articles, well written and shows much talent and thought by the boys and girls who are in charge. It will bo published every month until the close of the school jear and should be in the home of ever; patron of the school, as well as every citizen of the town. It contains many advertise, incuts, cheerfully given bv the various mctchants of the city rind county The official staff of the paper is all that it could be and we predict a bright future for this newsv little sheet, which speaks so well for the school and of which we are all so proud. Booi LrVLZZ A facinatlng romance iif the N'urtti Btiil Sou III, treating wlthloyaltv. Iiunor, hive anil desire in h master fashion, anil destined to become the picture til thi hour. Romans Opera house, afternoon nt 2:!W ami night. Sat-unla- y - 1- -1 St WHAT A KILOWATT IS. Kliowntt is tin electric term inns! used for describing the amount of elec-tricit- y used. A kilowatt Is njuiil to aliout 1J horsepower. In cities where electricity is paid for liy meter the rate THE UNIVERSAL CAR 1 L LI ULLU averages about L A kilowatt-hou- r 10c per kilowatt-hour- . in the use of a kilowatt 320,817 Have been built anil actually delivered to retail buy era since August 1, 17 represent the 'actual numThese ber of cam manufactured by us since August 1st, 1910, and delivered by our agents to retail buyers. This unusual fall and winter demand lor Ford cars makes it necessary for us to confine the distribution of cars only to those agents who have orders for immediate deli ;ery to retail customers, rather than to permit any agent to stock cars in anticipation of later spring sales. We are issuing this notice to intending buyers that they may protect themselves against delay or disappointment in securing Ford cars. If, therefore, you are planing to purchase a Ford car, we advise jou to place jour order and take delivery figures-320,8- for an hour'M 'line. NEW BOOKS AT LIBRARY New books are deing daily milled to the library of the Women's Club, willed nhoulil have the patronage ofi every iersnn of the city awl county. The following Bipolar editions huve ju?t been aildeil; Clay", "Stories Told In a Kreiich Garden", "Circuit Itider's Widow", and "All That Kentucky". It will pay you to GET OUR PRICES. PRINT PAPER MAY GET BACK TO NORMAL PRICES. Manufacturers Warned. Conn DC Brothers. DESEED LIVE AND LET LIVE FOLKS. E3G DE ,,',ni,s7iluf:,:::,;,uK,,e,. Northern White Seed Outs, MX.' ier! Judge Charles A. Il'irdin lias receiv- u a that he Ins. been made Currant Milling Co, nhel. PREWITT SALE. I an honorary tin mber of tin Inaugural Secure your seats early for "The The sale of Mia Nora Prewitt, near . mm i resioeiu ( risis" at Opera house, .Saturday night Cork church last Tuesday was Well nt-- I vice rresuiem .viarsn.'ii at vv asintigioii tended Mini the bidding was spirited. Heavy white Northern Seen 0.ils for March 1. Capt. Ilourne seemed nt his best and rale by Hudson, Hughe & Karnau. made some of the slock sell for what Mr W. II. Crow bought a nice It am GIBBS. seemed fabulous prices. Some of the of horses from Mr Wissls Carpenter of prices realized were as follows: One News has reached relatives her.. of Pteachersville. for fSHM"! bull calf, $M; one jeatling calf $11; the death of John V. (iihhs in Knox Kit). Alsike and Sapling clover, Tim county Mo. Mr. (Jihbs was born in Shorthorn cows, from $:W.fjO to $411.25; othy. Orchard Crass and Ky lllue Crass Madison county, Ky, May I", lh.'1'l. He Jersey cows, $:KI. to $f0; two yearling steers, $.'!!."." and $.H).50; horse stock red. Iliuh test only. waa married to Miss Khzabuth Arnold Iliid-oHughes & 1'arnan. from $12. to $1BC a htad; corn in crib, lof Carraid, who survives him. Nine '$.'. Ci ier head; 14- - Ml pound shouts, $10 Don't miss "The Crisis" at Uomans children were born to them, nt of per he ad. Operu house, afternoon and night. Tha j whom are living. The deceased was a story follows history of more than M brother of Hilary (iilibs. and an uncle years ago, and partiuhulv the dark of Mr. S. I.. (iibbs of this county, and ANOTHER GOOD RECORD. il.is of I Mi I IM'5, anil it proves that had hired Mo. for many years, Mrs Frank Land, of this county though not in accord with conditions,) comes forward with good record which Lincoln loved the South Don't forget) she made with her oultry in the year CHOICE SOWS FOR SALE. tie date, Saturday, February 'Jlth. .- vuar l'.lllV She tell, m that ilnrlnc- Monday afttriiooii will have on the she sold 1730 dozen eggs, that realized 'M with horse ami buggy o Man past I sell Stock Condition Powder in fiarrard public square for sale, two thorough the net tmm of $1112.40, and other tested Duroc sows, to farrow Keb- - 'dure sold by her that year netted her County. Salary $70 per month. Address j$225.:k or a total from all told of Industrial Hldg, lndiinaolis Indiana. ruary 27th and March 2.1th. j $fkl7.7(i. V. M. Tinder, At the beginning of this year 'site sold oil tier oh hens for a net sum of f 117.5.S and still has on hand a nice j young flock of Hiultry with which she jhors to eclipse her record of 1'Jlti, ' riotitl-atio- h... made honorary Personal action bv President Wilson to restore normal prices of print liaper and a special session of Congress to The colonial tea to be Riven bv the pass remedial legislation confronted ladies of the Woman's Chili will be this print paer manufacturers, before they evening at the rooms of tin: club at the gave up their light against the Gov71 .school auditorium. Thi olliceis grnt- t- ernment's attempt to restore normal ful for the following unique invitation: ( conditions in the trade. "Come mid nee at Je colonial tea I The President's intentions were plac-e- p Martha mid Court before the munutaclurcrs by SecSomething to eat, comfortable cent retary McAduo, who told now. wait several months. Runabout $345, Touring Car $3G0, Coupelet $."0."), Town Car $393. Sedan $615, f. o. b. Detroit. HASEI.DKN HIioS. Immediate orders will have prompt attention. Delay in buying at tin's time may cause you to member. "30 Ottering brought" reli'i'ml. them that the Administration did not intend to ,r see mi alleged monopoly. Ihrougti extortionate prices, place greater restraints on the press than the Government lUelt was eniwwercd to place. At the same time the Federal grand jury in New lork was preparing to GENERAL Expires Suddenly FUNSTON. of Acute Indigestion. I bring indictments The Federal Trade Commission coir sidered details through which the man ufacturers' proposals that the cone mission tlx prices could he placed in effect. It is understood an announce ment, formally accepting the proposal. prouatily will lie made within a day or two. J n. BIG MULE SALE Successful In Eiery Way. 1 11 It-p- d I .. LYitilo,, ''h.vil liners iirriilL.neil hen- vvi I receive the full Ulul im ... ... ir.. .. .1.. iimj. n uiai mis partial netielll ot Hie law in every case, I. was tmiy .1.: pinming .1 TO ORPHANS HOME. PAINT LICK c urt condemned and sent to jail two notorious Chinamen, named respectively, The four interesting and hamUonie Ah Hipp ani Ah Hopp." What is the name of this prisoner? High School On Accredited List. little boys, of Mrs. Kthel Dunn Orrell. '1 lie Prisoner-"- Ah Hell." Courtney. Marvin. Uay and John, were . (;Br,,ir, county ahould well be proud taken to the Christian Church Widows f lcr ,,,..lid schools, especially the and Orphans Home at Uuisville. last High schools ot the county. Itecentlv Tuesday afternoon. Mr. J. S. Milton louitt- - an hemor has been bestowed upon came up fiom Uuisville and uocom-- , ti10 iiiui, Scliool lit Paint Lick, this We Have Just Received a Fresh Line of panied Mrs. W. A. Price to the city school having been placed on the list of with them. Extra Fancy first class, accredited High Schools of These little children added to the Mi tlio state. already nt the home adds another tie "4 Piof Mclleury Kliodes, State Superthat binds closer the members of the visor of high schouls, visited this school Christian church of this city, who have early in the scnool year. He reported so generously supported it during the s to the committee on Accredited last few jears. oi the State College Association, concerning the course of study found in operation, the amount of time given to' You will also find the folluwini SEEKS ENDORSEMENT the high school work by teachers, condition of Kefereiico Library etc. At' My Wife's Salad Dressing, Durkec's Salad UPON HIS RECORD. tho next meeting of this committee, the Dressing, Pickles, Catsups and We carry in this weeks issue the an- Paint Lick High School vvus, by unaninouncement of Judge Arnold for mous vote, placed on the accredited list Sauces of all kinds to the otlire of county of High Schools of Kentucky. judge. In this statement he presents As a resu't of the high standard his record for the past three years and reached by this splenitid school, grad asks of the people a consideration of uites from there in the future, Also Aunt Jemima's Pan Cake Flour and Maple Syrup. what he has done. That Judge Arnold will be admitted to any of the colleges has been attentive to business, honest of the State association, without exand economical in handling the peoples amination. money there is no dispute. This stateProfessor l.oyd II. Lutes, is the presment of the facts uf things which he ent principal of the school and has unW claims to have accomplished and the der him a splendid corps of efficient 1SL economy practiced will be interesting teachers, to whom much credit is due FRESH FISH AND OYSTERS. reading to the of the for the high standard of proficiency the county. school has reached. The mule sale advertised by J. K. Robinson and V. li. Ilurton came otr at the latters stable last Saturday af. ternoon and proved to be a success from I 1 1every standpoint. Capt. Am Ilourne kept the crowd in a good humor and pro-bre- d bidding was spirrited from the time the lirst mule was put under the hammer. RECALLED All told about 35 mules were sold, their ager running from two to six years. State Farmers Institute Not To Be Some of the prices realized were as Held Now. follows; most of these being two year olds and some of them unbroken and in The recall of the State Farmers In thin order. One two year old mare stitute, which was to to hnve been held mule to Dock l.ee tor $130; one pair to to John Robinson, $207; one horse colt BUYS NICE JACK. to J. Mcllath, $50; one pair to Talton I Mr John Miley Anion, had the mis- - May, $202.50; one pair to Elvin Thomas fortune In lose his jack, "Grey Tom" $180; one pair to J. C. Prather $200; from overfeeding a few days ago, but one to Mack Turner Kill); one to N. V. I realizing the need of a good jack in his Rogers, $53; one pair to W. H. Hrowii community, Mr Anton went immediate- $225; one pair four Jeats old, to N. W. ly to Lexington, where he purchased Rogers. $117.50; one to John Morgan, I from M. W. Holladay, a handsome big $175; one to Mitch Taylor. $235; one to black jack, Hi hands high, a splendid to James Warford $101; one team to G. breeder and is registered under the A. Swinehroad, $155; one pair 3 year name of "llig Fellow. " This jack Is olds to Joe Hammond, Si00: one two royally bred, being by Pajne McDonald jyearold to I. II. Shepherd. $112 60; Jack, 1st dam by tiro, llallard's big team to Clay Clark, $2S0; team In J. T. jack, 2nd dam by ilnllad.iv "h Tuscarora. Rainey, $300; cum to Mitch Taj lor, I paid by Mr. Anion was nut $357.50; one to V. A. l.ear. $227.50; I The price given hut nod to have beer high, as it team to Ash Arnold, $325; team to IM jack of this type and breeding would Perkins, $370; one to Word llurnside, indicate. $150. Maj. Gen. Frederick Funston, commander of the Southern Department died at Sun Aantonio, Tex., Monday night a few minutes after he collapsed in a hotel, where he had gone with a party of friends. Attending physicians said the cause uf (i?ath was acute indigestion. Gen. Funston had just finished dinner when he fell unconscious. He was 51 years old, and had been a prominent figure in the military history of the United States Army Bince his capture of Aguinaldo in the Philippines. in Since Gen. Funston has been charge of all troops on the Mexira border, his work had been unusually hard, he having frequently been on continhours. uous duty for twenty-fou- r at Winchester, the last day of this month and the first two days in March, must have been a great disappointment to the Commissioner of Agriculture, whe had previously arranged such a delightful program. His letter announcing the recall is self explanatory, which wo quote; "Owing to the influence of people into Estill. Powell and Clark counties prospecting for oil, we have found the hotels at Winchester are filled, to their capacity and we are unable to secure the promise of rooms to accommodate the speakers, delegates and visitors who attend this meeting. The people of Clark County and Winchester are anxious to open the doors of their homes to the visitors but this meeting coming at the time of year when the weather could not be depended upon, it is deemed unwise to attempt it on account of the inconvenience and embarrassment which would likely ensue and being unable to secure the promise of any hotel looms in advance it was agreed by all that this Institute be called off for the present." III if! h SC P .... I i . - ! ' fR--i f g i Evaporated Pears. Silver Prunes. Peeled Peaches and Apricots. lj !5 flo 5g3 ll sn Sw Jrrr) " H Mi hi, ;l id p (I (I iiela-tion- N S i i ciT aft? ffElS' S (D Complete Line of Canned Goods Ofi 51 a g? no Theo Currey. The Central Record, Thursday, February 22. 1917. IfSVN ii ii ihiihoi ii irrwiinri Weekly Bulletinjof ULTRA FOR SPRING. Useful Suggestions For Fetching Frock Morning Wear at Home. Stormes Drug Store. v DO YOUR --sre- TtST YOUV? ttssjsiuVvfi EYES EVER BOTHER YOU Rlurring of vision and wnt- - (i'l ering? You need glnes. fyif v lit, J e nave tin "Common Sense" Glasses in Gold Rim and Rimless that will Hive you com foil ond satisfaction SAFETY BAZOR BLADES of all Kind. Made Sharpen- ers a line little tool that does the work perfectly in three minutes. Stationery and Blank Booh hi J the lat word in Cram-.- s nnd Whitiig Hex l'liporx. Al ounil with en so paper b" velopea to match SAFETY FIRST-B- UY ....go Our Star Dollar Gold ,.jw...,u.. g A Four.. EVER READY FLASH-LIGHT tain I'en is a Corker. Guaranteed to give a, good service nny pen regardless of coat, ., makt the dark. M 7.V to . $2.1)0. he fH'iit the week and is much improvwhen ed III health. Housework is hard enough healthy, Kvery Lancaster woman who Miss Nancy Veagerhas returned from Is having backache, blue nnd nervous Fittsbiirg Fenn, where she has spent spells, dizzy headaches mid kidney or several months with her aunt, Mrs .1. bladder (roubles, should be glad to heed II Johnston. this Lancaster woman's experience; Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Kubanks, J. C. Mrs, Joe Turiiir, Totlcn We., Lan- I. Vim nnd Lee Feikins have returiiid caster, pbjs; "A few ers ago, my from Hot Springs, Ark., and nil are kidneys got tut of order and I had very much improved. I felt dull and languid b.ickacbes. mid Miss Lyle Cooper relumed home Inst tired easily. My kldnevs acted irreg- Week lloin Nashville Tenn, where she ularly, too. A friend tolilmeof Dooii's had been the guest of relatives and Kidney Fills and 1 bought them at friends for several weeks, Slotmes' Drug Store. They soon rid Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Curler aie reme of the backache ami put my kidneys joicing ovi r the arrival of n little son in good order." at all deal. rs. Don't sim- at their home. Hie youngster lias been l'rice The ply ask for a kidney remedy get Dean's nnnicd Kdwlii Depauw Carter. Kidney Fills the same that Mrs. Tur- mother was formerly Mls l.ucy Lee Walton. Co, l'rop-..- , ner had. Fostcr-Milhurlliiiralo. N. V. "ThelStalifoid High School) will issue their llrsl edition of I be l.incolulan" Saturday. This prnmi-H-- s to In- - one of STANFORD I lie best school piqicrs Issued Hi the Mrs. li. C. Rom- - is the guest of rela- date. Maurice Tucker is Kditur ami tives and Irieid". Miss Krnmii llavs Alumni f Alitor. III for sev Mis. A. F. Hunu has of Miss Mary Logan of Hie eral days wiib grippe. Kansas Citv Mo, whs brought to Ibis I led (Inn. i It. who lias Wen ill with cltv Momlay night and interred in the pneumonia for M'vcral weeks is better HuiTalo Springs cemetery Tue-xla- ) Mrs. F.. I'. alien i vintmg her sis- morning... Dei rand was a daughter of ter. Mrs. A. I. Minis at CallctUtui g. Dr. lyogan of Know ille Tenn, but forMt. 11. II, ltruningof Cincinnati, Is merly of this county. the guest of her daughter. Mrs. T. II. Mias Kate Davis Rnnev am) l.ollie Hill. Jr David Carson are in luisville si Joi.es. of Middlesboro ltairds Milluwrv Ihmim- - spemimg -- ever-al Is tht guest of,, her Mater. Dr. L. J. weeks. Miss Itai.i J will Hsll Mrs Ji r i 5 niul wile. I'ellu I lanns in her new millinery Ak-r- ii llrjan Ftrkitis, who has Ineii at store lu te ami Miss Caiwinwill In- - willi Ohio fir several mulilhl, IS at home Miss F.lla Mae SHiuslers again. i Willi totiMlltir. Mr. nisi Mrs. RuMell Ilrown. who Mrs. T. D. Aldntlge is the guest of have been in Al.eille, N. C, for the Hint-ma- n her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jhihos p- -l ear have reluir.id to this eitv to make tlteir Imine. Mrs. lliown is in lil, canter the guest of her sireiit. r, were gutMs Mr and Mrs. Sainm I D. Cochran. Mr. Satuulay of Mis. Wdl Havx. itioi to travel. llrtivvtill.il'. it good Mrs. Suan I!. Yeiigtr left Momlav Mrs. Annie Miiiphy. ugtd ti'., ilinl at for I'lttsbutg, Fa., to be the guest of her home on Darsl Mm el Tut sdav aftt r her sister. Mis . I F Jllilult.li. She a linglli) illl.t s of tulu li u!i.l. Frcjcott lliovin if, (m,igeliWii Col- was tl e wife of Sam Murpb). lurieral lege, spent the Week-lllhere With bis srrvn es w t re cor.tlUi It d by Rev D parent. Dr aril Mis I J. Iliowo h Wellr.irr pssleref the Methisli-tchuI r ft Dr A ,S. l'rice has nturied trim ,r vvl ch the deciaid was n u.tu WOMEN GIVE OUT. Norton Infirmary at where News was received lure Sunday fron. Dayton Ohio, of the death of Josephine daughter of Mr. and the Mrs. llryim Carpenter. The child was only ill n short time ond her death wns due to meningitis. Deceafed was a grand-daughte- r of Mr. and Mrs. A. Carpenter of this county, 'I he remains were interred in the Cemi terv here. February term of Circuit Court cor vened here Momlay morning Court was called to order by Francis Weather ford, deputy sheriir, after which Judge Charles A. Hardin impanelled the jur ors. Judge Hardin gave n Very strong Inlk tn the grand jury charging Ihern In look into all the evils that aie exist i ing in this citv. not onlv the Illegal sa e of whisky, hut the other evils that aie .existing that lend lo demorail. e a ct ' munity. Editor Tells How D.D.D. Cured His Eczema Clergyman and Banker Also Write It. fl liAlrlAI't. ntllnr Hi t,. rrnrhMU-tnn- a. I i liriii- ml-r- r inlr" was t New 1 am mm- jesm- .rnntllnar. 1ii.mI.h1. Htlxr 4 r.t tl tl It 1 hate sin n- is of l.i )rar' tftnllnf I hsviittiil. injr nun il". tor cur I Isrl-rr'- a if tub, Hlilcli lie coulj r.ut curi t.llt-,I'lrt.-l- aai' at Frankfoit. llsnWr. ItntHnlnn, ti I lih lhrr .- 1- lurs ..r tn ntuniht. tn.- ii ii.l ; uir I: ami si a'li I lh.- S'ilnl 11 tl V, Hi. nil o.r .ii... I. as mlli as n .l'i .n. Ilrr I. I Iknaninrr, I'ait.ir Mb vr t a, j l i.r llin-- i ttlrtlan t'lmrrh, t .Hirrr-.!. lnUtis.lv n, a f.mn.l am i. n n. l i, rnrr.1. date rat -- nitntil. Ifitisrr Inrttin-i! list thj, rr..t I'll lit vltttMa ..f this apiHinr Imasrvtala ar tta.l tn rwramfn.l llils rintintt llul.l VV , rue n.l 1 1 in. l.i na ami nr- out I. II jou itmn' al t Ibis ia K iwr ion-tuil---Ihi-- nrl lM.t1lellri-aiuit- , l. l. i Smi' iirsjiiur .alii In nllli). stiyul Ik trraltsl I'. II. ltlmr'r. nJ old trr full i.f t'w I! ,it I I I CORRtC The SMITHSONIAN cl2r B LIGHT. glM IT MSJ Hi GIVES THE BEST RESULTS. Are you atllicled with Hup-tur- e Jar. A. Heazlev iiguiu. of I.in iBhti Mrs. ami daughter. K. Mrltid'erls. I.auatiir K Hill I'M. I.KVCl orHernia? wearing Truss, means n If so, tilted, Comfort, a B.K TRUSS HOLDS IN ANY Smithsonian correctly Safety, I'.mlo liy Merlcan Press Asso liillon. Mieplierd fin id a t' trU mid wlillr wool Jc cv . ut oneplere. nijiLci a most aitni' in.- spiing nnveltv Whl'e broad a Mm k satin ulnilnir lie trimming, but bound button-idles- , rovva of them, help llnlsh the iwo straight front. :ilT..nl the A VfOSITUN. 'loth and and iuite Cl'RK. frequently 'i limit know how to llru. li roll for till" hum, old man II I n in n r propiilv r pi, 1. i Su If ioi il l i" vi a . i' I" 'ore von made lit lb i voiiil ii t.r Imve gol It " ISi s n T ai. i pi lol,li DiKourjglnj. Satisfaction "FIRELESS" WARNING. Health Insurance Every Home Should Have A Rood Water Kettle, a good Fountain Syringe, a good Atomizer, u good pair Rubber Gloves. We have all these of best quality at "Sets to $2.00. Gloves f3 cents. ANSCO-- Quality. The Amateur Camera of Professional All kinds of Supplies. Huns developed and returned to jou in three days. Ask Jimmie. How to Handla Food So It Won't Far. mant. It Is not for economy's sake alone, convenience hut for the bli-- cd of them, that so many of us are weKolu-lullrele-- s etatkers lo our home Fur tho-- e vvhii can afford to provide tliein-selvekinds printwltli Hie "Istushten" ed Instructions dealing with the methods of nio-- t cllliieiit uvo are generally included. Hut even iIiom- - pampblels of It s Summer Time in Flor Two Daily Trains: Throujjli Pullnu'i car leaving Louisville 7:55 p.m., nrrnn Jacksonville 8:50 p. in. 'J'hrottj;h Pulim ri ?.2r-ao coniifititm on train leaving in., arriving Jacksonville 8:50 a. in. Loui-viH. Paint Your CAR and Top now while the weather is bad. When the bright spring days come, your machine will be fresh ond new. Also polish for brass and niekle. COMFLKTE OUTFIT I2..M) Sticks and Scissors. Man's Greatness. Troublesome. great man who has n great He "Nice little power boat you've tot plan to his life the erente-- t, who lins there. Does it lake much gas tn run tho greatest pint) nnd keeps It J" "Not very much, hut It takes a lot of profanity." l n Long Used as Food. us food was Introduced Mrs J. E. Kdwards is on the sick list. Into Gaul when the country was Invaded by the Franks after the conHorn to the wife of Jack Warner, a quest by .llllhlt 'ae:ir. It rds re1 1th. girl, on the lating tn 11(11 show that it was eaten In several .Mai Carter sold to Ambros Adams In Furls at that time. countries this food Is 111 tic li one horse for $100. used, and often from choice. Mrs Claud Sparks has returned frjm tho hospitii at Danville. Mrs Ilrar.son Locker has been ill but Bolivian Tin. linllvln Is the only locality of the is better ut this writing. new world whence tin In large commerRobert long sold to J. E. Edwards, cial quantities Is exported. The deone saddle mare for $105. posits n ro large, mid the use of tin Mr and .Mrs Khb Moberly visited rela as an alloy appeared lo be very old. Ilefore the coming of the Spanish tives at Klrksvillu last week. the unlives of I'eru and Miss Inez Kay was at home from Ilollvlu. In tint lelully of Lake Uerea Collego for the week-enmade ue of tin us mi alloy George Jennings of Madison county with copper to make bronze. vtsitid Judge J. I'. I'rather. Monday, Horseflesh BUCKEYE Horolloli with their careful dirto omit a certain rather vital fact about llrelei--. while tin t of us who contrive or apiiaratlis, uslni; a candy juil or the now classic Ice pall, may have to tlnd cream fuezer out this Mime fart at cot of mine goodly poiilmi of leftover or even by risk of slight Illness. The fact alluded to Is thLs: Fond of any sort served hot from lbs cooking In the tireless" needs, as it rule. rn nihil tloual heating to make it ready for the table. Hut should any remain it must never be M't away for future use without being tlrst brought to full boiling point and Ix'liu kept there long enough to doilruy the thnnce of lis solllng within tho next few hours. This epo. Lilly in hot went her. is the only way to prevent the quick fermentation which follows the long, slow cooking operation at less than simmering heat, once the contents of the cooking kettle have stissl cooling Mill more slowly In the ocn. Soup fleck Is particularly liable to cause trouble of this nature if not brought lo a good bubbling nlnt before scltliig away after removal fimu ection-., lemptlng its n. been known Tr Southern Ait.Ci , Aui-iW- ln S'j.rr-'rvi- : rv...--.- . the uircc: line t.i x i. C"!iaricioii, Ctiluiuina, ouvj.ina'i. nd c'her vjuiocni revolt Kailvvay A-l- d Railway 3 . t. t.Vaiialie 7 r "t I tr I . f '" in I .I t' ! It lol .1 Iron) Ivia'. th it .. .. lairs V i itT. uf f... ) Hetneeli- trtMit 't":""ii (..iti.i ji' '"Isrl-- i MaliiA ". ii .fuy l!.ii.Tid.r)i!tn IPs.-- ' hIJr , I.ouii!l- - Kv :y' . J5i.''.is.(..0 Fres. 1. &&&m.o ;'.0','HS), .1. i:. C. MILLION. CFRTIS, fte I'res. I Or AT III KAGF. :''( i')?' s : Madison Tobacco Warehouse COM PANY. .Near I.. & A. D pot. K. C. Million, . i: ' ;. CAPITAL T. J. Curd-- . $40,000.00 Ill F. Million. K, Telephone Marion Coy. H7I the llreless. Homamade Jewal Buttons. This Is how to make llli'-- e bullous, sold In like tho-- o they have on bloll-i- s rt t shops: Have a button the sUo desired, cover with mamold the terial of bloiiie; then Hrlug small sized heads (a eouiblii.itloii of l'erlau colors Is Flrlklugi. coll the beads on (op of button to cover It, tack each one In place, and Jou will be blirprlsetl to et what an ormiiueulal button you have. Willi Hide expetiv.-- . Try hemming chliTou or georgcllrt crnpo this way Run two or four small stitches, then make u buttonhole fctllch; draw this last ono firmly and then make thiee or four small Mitchcs again. Continue this till tho hem is done; I lien you will Hud tho hem Is formed by tiny scallops, very ornamental for n dainty collar or front of blouse, I DIRKt TORS Dr. C. II. Vaught. M. J. linden, Deathcrage. To Tobacco Growers and those who sell it Some Late Sales at the Madison House. (irowt'r .1. W. . I'ounils Hon 1170 Dollars I! Avert-'U- f Curry Iliilii t 1020 17.2!) 2,r)I.K(i (51 ULMI8 2I.!)!I 2!l III 2,.T)- -' ; :' iiickiiiu urns McQucry anil Rny LontJaii.l Singer 0. I). Gray ain 28.1.1 2inn,07 '.! 2r10 nidfit 288JKI !)2Hr)2 :in().07 .r)8(l.(i8 21.77 21(11 I'm CHI) IMO -- 21.10 21.(1!) Arthur Slolls ,1. M. Happy Time to Come. Willis "Do you think that moving pictures are the ulllmate development tsr. Wills "No. There of dramatic Messrs Abe Hurton and William will he one artl" more. On the legitimate Crews attended court at Lexington Hugo you can get along with brains last Monday. and no beauty; in the movicx you cnii William Crews bought of Jonnh Tus-e- y get nlong with beauty ami no brains; one imilo lor $140. and another of nnd the next Klage of development will ho one where you can get by without Jess linker for $110. illher." Life. Mr ami Mm Hubert Carter and Miss Agnes Carter were guests Sunday of Mr and Mrs A. C. Miles, Hospitality. Don't let Impromptu hospitality die itye middlings itt $1.00 per 100 lbs, is out In your home, housewife. Kucnur-lif- e the cheapest feed ou can huv. your Iiushanil to bring Ids friends Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. homo for dinner and your daughter to Miss Margaret Cornis and Frank bring Keep n her friends to lunch. Kurtz have returned to Harrodshurg Ktock of canned goods iihvnjs iciuly on Hugh Kurtz and your khelvcK an' u supply of clean lifter a visit to Mr family. tablo linen In your linen closet, and Abe Hurton bought of Robert Long then you will not feel any qualms about one pair of mules for $325. and sold to asking your own callers who stay on Into lunch hours to partake of your A ron Simpson ono six year old mare lunch with you, Mr and Mrs Hubert Carter of Coy have been visiting Mr nnd Mrs Mai Cur Wliei'leri '7" 21.00 11 Carter Purse. If you urn iiddlUcd to the bad habit of carrying your valuables and money with you whoever you go you should provide yourself with ono of tho new garter puri-cs-. They ore made, of two (rockets, one largu for Jewels, the other small for money, anil both attached tit straps In bucklu tightly around tho leg below the knee. They come in all shades of satin. A i 1 Sales huvu been vciy light the past wctk on iiecount of the cold vvtalher and Hut cmisequent drying out of the tobacco. The market is still good ami strong. Wo do not expect decline in prices but we would urge all growers to market what Ubac'n they have left Its soon as possible. Whv gamble on the future when you can play a sure Hung now? I'houe us for market condiVery truly voum, and come tn see u when In town. tions 1 1 M MADISON TOBACCO WAR! 6 Studs Again, Tho men who iniike white wash blouses In special designs aie getting orders fur llnely lucked ones of thin cambric with frills down tho front and buttonholes through which are to ho used colored studs. Tho latter are of HOUSE COMPANY. Incorporated. fTi for $125. im:iu&.z wm t turquoise and ainctbyst set In rims of This Is known as the quoit setting. diill gold. Third Street, L. & A. Depot, Richmond, Ky ir 1 : i W. 0. RIGNEY Funeral Lancaster, Oirector and Embalmer. Kentucky. Southern RailwaySystem 8,000 Miles Standard Track Southern Railway Company The Cincinnati, New Orleans & Texas Pacific Railway Company Alabama Great Southern Railroad Company New Orleans & Northeastern Railroad Company Harrimar. & Northeastern Railroad Company Northern Alabama Railway Company KM (Mike I'lwne 18. Residence I'honc 3H. NOWx Is the ideal time to visit FLORIDA or (hi' 5 ji.wj r I PrtrWitU) . j I !fTkAr,?P0'J ' I COUJMBuS l I . N A L'."t,r,:'T, y r. S T IT i i u CI' o a1,Hr.T.v CHARLtSTOfl i. GULF COAST RESORTS (let iiwny from tin cold mid enjoy life in (he liiml of shine mid Flowers Low round-tri- I., "OIS." V N ?Z r Sun- S (i u It I fare and service via. r. . . 5 ylL tfL-- fc - ft l2 -- LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE R. R. For particulars, call upon local ngrnt of this rnllrunil. 1 THE NATIONAL BANK OP LANCASTER. CopHol A. It ...... L I I . n. ' - .V'lAin I . . V ? - $50,000. Surplus ice J l'n-- s i30,000. DKN.'JY. I'rrddent J K STUUMKS. JMUKY, t V s. K.I As. t (.KhlT. DKNNY. Cashier. U till I.. Hook-Keep- ' ; 5- Safety Samus.1 I). Deposit WK Boxes YOlMt K For J M. Rent. J. K. futon powcc S01.ICII Alrx S. I., IIL'SINKSS. II. I'osey. F.lliott. Directors. :! hi" C'llwH Cochran, .al r i I i r v . ( 4 V ' 1 r nn . l ' SOUTHERN RAILWAY 93 Dennv. W. Stormes. S. C. Denny. dill. Dr. SYSTEM nemm LINES LINES VI thf" 57 ICffective Jiiniiury 3C DC THE 3 C OF 17lh, lt)17, for the piir.mei of ailmlnlHtratl m, t!ie lines of th.-u- e ciimpanie-- i were grouped n follows: LiWES WEST The Cincinnati, New Orlcan, a.id Tens I'ncifls Uaibvay Ciimpnny Alabama (Jre.it Soutlierit IC.iilroau C(niiu'y New OrlennH ft N'nrtheastei n Knilroml llarrimaii & Norlhe.ixtern KpIIuiikI Co Northern Alabama Knilwny Cnir.p.ir.v nnd the following opemling divisions u ths Suuther.i i5.iib.vry Company, viz: St.l.nuia Division Atlanta Diet .inn Mobile Division Louisville Division Columlins Division Memphis Division lllrnii:i;;bam Division i:i-m- LINES EAST The following operating divisions of the Southern Railway Couipan), viz: Winston-S.ile.Washington Division Division Appalachia Division Danville Divir.ion Columbia Div iniou As'ievllln Division Charlotte Division Spartanburg Division Murphy Division Kichmond Division Trnn lvnniii Division Knowillc Div ision Norfolk Div ision Loster Divisuu Chariestor Division il KINGDOM HEALTH Health, Strength, Vi tality within your grasp. 50 per cent of our citizens are only half alive. How about yourself? Are you suffering from any form of diseases? If so, stop and inves tigate the Wonderful Cures being made by the great V 5 Mi LI ft J Alabatn Florida Ceorcla Indiana llllnoir Kentucky Dirvc:!. serving (lie following nainetl states: Lojitiana North Carolina Ohio liijlsslppl Missouri South Carolina Teanossee Virginia Dlatriet of Columbia M 19 (.'oiiiK'Ctioii'j at Misnissippi, Ohio ami I'oloniac to and from all Western. Northern and Kastcrn Points river gateways witli diverging lines FAIRFAX HARRISON, President, WASHINGTON, D. C. T. C. Powdl, M. it Till: i.UKAT HOOT AND HLItH MIIDK INK .Cincinnati, Ohio Iurchavs. Kril Washlncton, D. C. tic M. Coapman, E. in Chamr o( Oprratiun Wahln(ton, D. C. H. W. Millar, Vtfr l'rridiit. Kwirlrnt Kxmitnr Oltictr .. Atlanta, Oa. Lines Kat Washington, O.C. Hsraca Bakar, Oncral Manavrr. Lim-- West Cincinnati, Ohla W. N. Poraacrt, (.rncral Manager, Linn Eut Chariot!, N. C. D. Sptncftr. . . . W.PrrMrnt, I?e!lfrt F.miiive OTicrr Wm and in Chine ui Traffic. Unre VVnt v Charge in in thj ot CoiutructHm. O. P. Bilas, Trrieht Traflic Manager W. H. Tayloa, l'avMniier Traltic Manager W. A. Bachlar, PasseiiKerTratlic Manaxer Randall Clifton, Krricht TraCic Manner E. H. Shaw, Kremht Traffic Manager E. T. Stasia, Freight Traffic Manlier M. C. King, Pavni:er and Ticket Agent J. P. Tochar. Diviien freight Agent Cincinnati. Ohio Washington, O. C. Cincinnati, Ohio Washington, D. C. Atlanta, ca. ... .Birmingham, Ala. 118 East Main St., Laiington. Ky. .Nunan Btdg.. Laiington, Ky. Bright and Happy Dear Sirs I Childhood Restored to M 3 Health Through The Use or wish I COM-CEL-SA- could in ilk i' other men understand how gratetul I feel fur the ureal bencht I O.VICKl.-SAIami our Chejiline Indian I'rinedies have been in tny family, ltotli if my bovs were weakl). iuny, sickly, troubled with worms, fever, cough, catarrh, constipation, complaining of tetrilile pains in all parts of the little bodies, indigestion am! their little stomachs would lleat ternhly. We liiui tnxl every tiling we mtild hear of; nothing did any good, Von cannot know the when we began using joy we felt when hoth boy s began to have refreshing sleep, puliis They begun to play, look rosy stopped, indigestion stopped. due nil and gained IKsli, worms quit bothering them, in fact they were like diirerent hoys altogether. My wife bus derived v under-fu- l results from the ltoot mid Herb', in fact wo are herbalists now, using nothing hut Knot and llerli medicine In the home. Yours Truly, (Grocer) 7X! Vine SI. I.ouisv llle, Ky. ieo. M. (iuelda. The hiimuii mind rmi never full) ramify the depths or heights of the j4 1 power of Nature. TIu'oukIi Nature we have our heme;. Nature provides feed, clothing, air, water, sunshine lor the tii.iintrnce of life nnd for diseu.e, Nature upplies tin only rationIt is al, successful and radical cure through Hoots and Herbs. not guess work empiricism, hut is a proven fact, ns attested liv Mr (Iuelda and liuiidreds of others who have heen cured. Then, ttliv will voti neglect the chance to cuie yourself when it can he dune so easily liy the use of the (iod given Uoots ui.d Herbs. Neighbors and friends, there is no longer room for douht in the mind of any Bane person, no question as to the tremendous power t( uvercoine disease posses liy our Wonderful Cheyenne Indian ltemedles end This question is put Will ou stiller r will you he heulcd? dilectly to you rei.der, and it applies i ot only to you, but to those who are dear to you It applies to eveiy member of the human race with uwful lorce, fur disease is the greatest enemv of man. kind and ltuota and Herbs it the only successful weapon you can secure. Send for the Rreat book, "The Cowboy Herbalist" study it, learn the ureal wanbilities held out to you, then act. Sold at The Southern Serves the South STORMES DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Remedy Co. DC Dakota 37ai-:i- Jack-White-Mo- on t West Broadway. LOUISVUXK, KY. 1L 1 C Jt Mrs. W. P. Anderson and daughters danL On the resignation of Mr, K. T. Mrs. Frank Ilnrte entertained A spent Thursday with Mrs. Jim Iialston. Sutton as assistant S. S. Sect'y nnd a nvtnber of guests at an elegant dinMrs t'lii) ton Anderson visited home- treasurer. Mr. Homer Itice was elected ing Sunday. Hemp Seed fur sale. lolks Saturday. Messrs llertrand and John L. Ilrown, Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. to fill this ollice. With these "depend-ables- " the work will not be allowed to who have accepted positions in CincinMr. Fletcher delivered a load of to Mr. and Mrs. Olam-iHounshell Friday for that city. bacco at iiichmond the past week. spent Thursday with her granu moth-i- sulfer. Not in the hijtory of the church nati left have so youthful a pair been elected to Itye middlings at Jl.l'O per 1U0 lbs, is Mesdames I'letcher nnd llarr sent the cheapest feed you can buy. Mr, HeiieryConn and Charley (iranes ollices, however both voung boys the ilay Willi MrsCli.is l.ee Wednesday. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. iranv sterling qualities and ccme Mrs Moore nr.d little son si'iit the of Richmond spent Thursday at this into their work with untarnished repuplace. Miss Cora Hurte entertained Wedweek end with her aunt Mrs Will tation. nesday evening with a Valentine party. Mr. and Mrs. I.ewij Anderson of I know paper is"high as acutsback" The rooms were profusely decorated Mr and Mrs Chas l.ee spent Sunday Ilerea spent Sunday with his mother but I believe the Kditor will allow with red hearts of various sizes. The with his parents, Mr and Mrs, II. D. Mrs. W. 1'. Anderson. enough space for a short letter each I.ee. Mr. John ILiberts jumped from a week, if you will send in what news first game of the evening was "Ilroken and us an incentive to win the Ited, Alsike and Sapling clover, Tim wugon last week unci fell, the wagon you have. Those who have moved trom Hearts" shaped box of candy othy, Orchaid Crass and Ky lllue Crass ran over his arm but no bones were' the community are hungering to hear game, a red heart prize, i was offered us a Mis Glatlia broen. seed. High test only. the "home" news and are ul.vavs Anglin proved most skillful at heart Hudson, Hughes & Karuun. when tlity do not hear from mending and was Hwarded the prize. AIAKKSUUUY Misses Jennie and llessix llarr spent send us a few items. Von. so pli'iu-Heart shaped booklets, containing a (Amen-KditSaturday and Sunday with Mrs liuss ul love story were next distributed, with Miss Matilda lsom of Letcher is vis vina. blanks thruout the story to be tilled iting relatives here. LOWELL Mr and Mrs llurgess and daughter with words beginning with heart. Mr. W. D. Marksbury is ill at the j spent Sunday with Mr and Mrs Frank Mr. Knos Davis of Kichmond made a When the booklets were collected and homo of .Mr. Henry McAfee. SI oo re. business trip here Saturday, read, it was found that Mr. Lloyd King Heavy white Northern Seeu Outs fur1 Mr. nnd Mrs. Hugh Conn ami children i had won the prize, us his booklet was sale by Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. MANSE. visited Mrs. Joe Iloian Sunday. the only one correctly tilled. A string Mr, Leonard 1'ollard was stricken Mrs.llcnery (ireen was in I'aiut Lick Mr. and Mrs. Hiram Fields are the of red hearts was hung across the room I with naralvsis on last Frlilav nt tlu proud and each guest, in turn, was handed u Friday parents of u little daughter. of his son Mr. Hud 1'ollard. He guilded bow nnd arrow with which to Mr George l.ec Adams spent 1'riJay ihcinie Messrs Herbert Schooler and Howard some better now. shoot otr the hearts which contair.el with Mr and Mrs. Itoberts, Wesren were visitors here Sunday. their fortune. Slices of St Valentine's At last Saturday s business meeting Mr. Jim Itoberts lost a vert' valuable Several members of Mr. J. M. Hell's , pie were passed around witli words to of the church, ollicers were elected to milk cow last Saturday morning. family have been 111 the past week. fill the vacancy of church treasurer and be translated into English, Miss Anglin Mr. and Mrs. John Itoberts stient S. S. Suieriutendent, caused by the Miss Myrtle Coldiron was the guest proved the winner in this game also. Sunday with Mr, and Mrs. Dolman, death of Mr. John l'ruitt. Mr. Kd of Miss Kthel Mae Davis Wednesday At the close of the evening, delicious Little Willie Mae Marsl.banka lias Sutton was elected church treasurer, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harvey were refreshments in the form of ices and been sick but is bettet at tills writing. Mr. Gordon Doty assistant Superintenweek-envisitors of friends at New by. cakes were served. Stony Point. r. s or) ' I ' i - d t The Central Record, Thursday, February 22, 1917. BRYANTSVILLE h Mr. I.utlier lirooks left last week fur to Detroit. Mrs. John SimpJon of Nioholasvillo. lis been the guest of Mrs. J. Ilotjan Mallard. Mr. ami Mrs. J. Iloiian Italian! nml Mr. V.. II. llnllHid spent Thursday in tup DAIRY AND Catifornian Had Kidney Trouble 3 t CREAMERY -- - - GOOD DAIRY RATIONS. Lexington. Mi" V In . 'I . tu in, huln , 1u v K1011 l0t '. lit nt iv ii mud ni. anil I I 1 j.rinco ui K1011.V tloUUi( t! rnv 11k 'op;eroiil 1, t it r . "l hnl on t tr..uli. I Hi"! ..Ill I lie p. n; I .Mall" . I a1 Otinniniham aid Cows Should B. Fed In Accordance With Their Milk Production. with rela children spent tin' week-enProfes-o- r II. Liklo of the Mistives rt Salvisa. Wayne souri Million Is a wle i'ouiielor on Mr. Herring Hurdette of Koit to dairy In:: lie Mrs. Hetbert mailers pcrliihilng I ml. visited his sister. has made n cloe study of the ipiostliiii llrook hut week. of couiotiiiilliig dairy intlons, and his Mr'. HallieDeatheriiKeind daughters adiie Is well worth heeding. In a it, Inline at Kiel have returned to their .onl pre. bulletin he points out that tnnnd after vittiim Mrs. John Hrvant cikhI and e onoiidcal d.ilry nit Ions are Try our l'ig Meal. Kat Maker. Kje baod upon corn sllace and some Middlings, Tankage. hay. such as clover, alf.ilfa or Hudson, Hughes & Karnau. cow pea. If tlies are plentiful the food. Mrs. (i. T. Hallanl of Lancaster lies Ing problem Is much slmpltlled. A good grain ration to go with thoe Is com, been with her sister. Mrs Sam Ha elden, who continue'' in n critical con four parts, bran, one pint and cotton. sioI or linseed, one part. dition. Corn, eleit nt the present blah price. The member of the I'lcasant Grove Is thcchoaiot snurieof dlgi-Ufood Christian church have called the l!ev Ernest Konl of Lexington, for their pastor this year. Miss Mary I. Hen Parley is in Cinci.i for a 9ocriI weeks stay at one of the large Wholesale Millinery houses, She has accepted a position tnis season , trimmer for Mr. (i. M. Lyons. Mrs. Iverette Liw.son has returned to her home in Hnvenwond Mo. after upending three weeks here with her father. Mr. .1. W. Farlev and other relatives. She was called home by the Tim cow hrrew nil pu tureil. Irene a Mr Welch death of her us e.irtlol I' e title of Clieir CS. irttl's . amnion senior Mr. Wilburn Neely died at his home Tit on test ut two rsi" Hn.. near here Friday night after n short cars anil el. sen monllis of uKe aivl poilml.s in 3m tla. pi..Hii'til li..7 illness of pneumonia. The funeral se" of mill., rolit.unltlii ;i'.T limltulj" of vices were conducted Sunday afternoon wlintl fal Tlie ece.sls tlie at Mt. Hebron bv Rev. J. W. Mahan. w is limdH l, lull's l..nh Ktutress Ir. hp. the form, r The remains were also laid to rest at Mr. nnd Mm. I. I., d r e hlo a-- grand-mothe- J- l Mr. Neelv - survived b Mt. Hebron. his wife, one son and two daughters, who have the smpathy of the com- munity in their bereavement HOW YOU GET SICK Sometimes you overload your Your stomach with rich foods. life may be an nctlvo one. nrnl thus you may cart for all you it. Hut n few days of Inactivity how your .system does not rail for en much. You awakf In the morning tired. Your body feels heavy, you know you are not up to the mark. Your digestion bas not rured for tho overload. Tart of It remains. It the Kenerates pas that Inilanu-delicate HnlnKK. They fall lit pour out the dipentlvo fluid ami neglect n ilements. 10 absorb the You knw something Is wronc Your body gets weak, and soon importunity Is offered for some seven- lllnes. Taken in time, th Indigestion would not become serious. Kirst re. move the overload- then soothe th pore membranes, then build up tho weakened body It's stmpln to say, but not too easy to do. You need hlp. A tonic that will uulcketi dlKt'i-tlohelp remove waste, soothe tha sorene and aroiiue the system that's Just what ou nreil.record In 1'eruna bas an enviable this respect. It has aided many thousands In tho last rntury to overcome' Just these conditions, and thereby preent terlnua sltkness. The tablet form Is convenient mlmlr.lHtratlnn. trf ir un u TnldrtM are tho ideal luxatlvn and liver tonic They have n o unpleas-un- t effects form and habits. no 10c and 25c. measles. Daily has been Mrs John Weley Silage For Dairy Bulls. quite ill. There has hi en some Kthelbert. little son of Mr D. Fatliei-gi- ll Huong dairy iniii relative to the elfis't is very ill. of feeding silage to bulls in s.mIit It Miss Annie May spent Saturday with Is generally aguvil. howr. r th.it fissl lug largo quantities of silage ili" hair Miss Lenna Hollon. a delrlineiitnl effis t In tn.i;.iiig the till'! Mrs Joe Kay and children are with sluggish and lowering In- irth as a her fsther, Mr Win. cam. tin refoie H al mn breeder. We udvl--.Mr Ambrose Calico is recovering from more than leu to lliteen poumU Is' led day. Ilund's l ii.mh:i a severe attack of pneumonia. Myrtle Davis viited her aunt ftlixs Temperatur. of Milk For Calve, Mrs Louis Noel the past week. i di I uder natural oiullli "i Mrs Heinz of Lexinctnn is with her siiiuiiI by the j oun.. df li.i a lotu daughter, Mrs ltobe.it I'othergill. leralure of niipiolni:ilrh lim ttiai n Mr Hnd Mrs Jack Warner are patents It has been found by slight varlalbiu finm iliis i. r am. 4t u daughter, bom Febiuaty lllh. Kspe i I' mav rause Indlgestli.n. Mils May ine Calico i.nd Mr (ieotge tills true with euhes under t w o i.iontll Calico were in ltichmond, Saturday, of age. The lllef Kiut Is 'lnifor nlt.i Little Miss l.ucile I'rlcu has been In the temperature of the inllli al all visiting her sister, Mrs Hunter Davis. Utiles. Mr Win May has gone to Cinciniriti wheie he is employed in u machine e milk she gives when fich usually then She hows her i'.irll he fed euoiiuh to support this milk produi'tinu. .v. cow that does not hae the iiihfi'Itamc to gie inoie than In- twenty pounds of milk dally made to give forty by liU-ta- l cralu feeding. However, tile row that starts giving forty pounds will not routliiue The Peru n a Co to do so long unless slilllrleut feed Is Columbua. O. Ill M ' gitfii to futul.--h (be raw material for this much product. It is not economy to feed all row he.i GUNNS CHAPEL. the same umoiiiit of grain. bnuld be fed 111 nrrordaiire Willi tin u Mr lioyd Davis has been ill. A heavy grain ration proiluctlou. iven a llfht milking row faltM,s her. Mr Frank Conn was here Sunday. not Increase her mill beyond Mr K. II. Chandler baa been ill with but does her ordinary limit. meal. dNilllers' grains, brewers' sr.ilns and lluied meal are A tln . lion lie t nuries of protein inKtiue of torn and eottoiiMnl meal .ilone uoilld not be a gmsl ration, as it !.. It iiuin- - a tt'l;y Is loo heavy-th- at w lil li the dlget-imas in the Jilhes auimt ixnetrate eail Itriiii. dried beet pulp or brewers' ratn- - are tlie U't leiil- - He have to n one tlnhten a ration, l'or this im ludeil in of lliee nearl) tlie ration fin I heavi mllUliig rows re piirlug llber.il grain feeillu The Illot dllllelllt iliestloi to dei ide this wittier ts how liberally one can nlTord to feed d.ilrj tows. As n general inle, liiilliiL-- a tow to near her ':ipa'lt Is the inos-- s ououiiral. If the farmer goes to the epeiie of the iow It Is not eionom to fail to make ue of her pro.lu'tio ':t parity. A good i itlt for pra Ileal feed ln is to gle the row as milt h loimb-age.l.it and leguiiie lia as .she will eat rleitii. then feed In addition one potinil of grain to eaili tin re iuiids of inllli for a Jer-e- y ami one pound of rain for each four pounds of milk fiom n HoUtein. A dally row should be In gmsl condi tion at time of calving. The amount of I'littoiiMist -c rea-o- alas t malii-lalniii- , Ten years ago 11 Kinsas farmer put The his initnls tm ten 11 dollar bill. neil ilnv he went tn the nearest town nnd spent it with a merchant. Ilefore the year was nut he got the ten dollar years he bill back. Four times in got it back for produce nnd three times heard of it being ill pockets of his neighbor. The lust time he got it CARTERS VILLE. back lie sent it to n mail order house. He has never seen that lull since and Mrs J. T. Allen continues very ill. never will. That bill will never pay Mrs Hallie Clark visited Mrs Hubert any more road or school tna for bun (ireen. last Wednesday. it will never help to build or brighten Mrs S. M. Itobinson visited MrsClar any of the houses in his community. He sent it entirely nut of its usefulness ence (iieen, las' Sunday. The Kentucky Stale Historical Socio ' I'm-Mrs S. M. Davis enteitained a num- to himself or his neighbors. tv of Frankfort has belli presented broke Journal. ber of friends last Sunday, with the rare nml beautiful collection nl shells that were gathered from coast Mrs Ituth Davis nnd daughter visited to coast liv the late artist, Will T Mr and Mrs C. F. Jennings, last Sun-- 1 CAN'T YOU TEACH ONE? day, Hundley of (ieorgetow 11 and in whose Kentucky has three years 111 winch name Ins widow presents them as a Mr and Mrs Robert (t recti visited her tnemoral to Iiim. Surely Mrs Hundley parents, Mr and Mrs Jelf Davis last to remove her ilhterac if the slogan could have selected no more titling and Sunda' night. "No illiteracy 111 Kenturkv in VJ'ili" Mr John (Ireen and Mrs llettie Shep Is realized. If other counties worked beautiful place in which to have hi, ard made a business trip to Cartersville like Clay and Leslie and Cumbeiland. memory perpetuated than in the wonlast Saturday. for instance, there would be no illiter- derful rooms of the Slate Hist ricnl Mr Frank tireen who has ben nt Mr acy in the State in l'Jls In these thtee Society into which Mrs. Morton Willi (ieorge Davis' for some time, isiled counties I.'.Iim persons learned to read her delicate touch has woven music, nnd write in L'lil. In 11 number of and K,etry ami art that furnish the home folk? last Sunday. history of the stale from the time that j Miss Minnie Itenfro who has been counties as many as one hundred were the intrepid D.niel llisit.e it for visiting her aunt. Mrs Susie Kenfro, tsught mid in some fifty men nnd wo'n-- I During civilization to the present time. It is en learned to read and write. returned home last week. this winter, many citizens are teaching. to be hoped that the beautiful Hirtrait Mr and Mrs Martin (Ireen. Mr am). Some editors are teai'hing and sortie of Mrs. Morton that was a gift of the Mrs I!. C. Iloain and Mrs Dora Davtr doctors are teaching, some bankers. artit l iirma toher will some day adorn visited Mrs I'earl Davis last Sunday some lawvers and indites, some women the walls of these rooms that sjieak of Mrs S. M. D.ivi. Mrs I:. C. Hoain, , children re teaching one to the lifes work of the 'Lady Laureate Mrs Dora Davis and Mrs Jennie (Ireen j re!l1 a,,j wrlt,.. A woman 111 Versail-wer- e of Kcnlurky " guests of Mrs H.vnum e, ,,. taught seven 111 her home. the A uavis. last Wednesday little girl In Winchester has tMiiehl tour colored illiterates. I lie I'resiilent of the Illiterncv v'ommis.ion, Mrs. DRINK MORE WATER. Stewart, w bile directing the Slate- - w ide How much does your drinking water campaign with its beavv duties, has cost you? Nothing'' Well drink more taught ore, herself, since November of it and live longer. Drink a lot more The Federation of Women's Clubs plans and live longer still. I'lentv of pure to teach ten thousand this winter nnd water is good for the digestion. It is spring by each teaching one. better than anything you can take, for This is Kentucky's great worl It See Ills one of natures own remedies. originated in Kenturkv and the eiaJi-Here'- s low the proof. Stop the first ten cation of illiteracv w ill be to the last men you meet and ask each one of them log glorv of Kentuckv plan. INSURANCE. Hut. betier how much water he drinks each dav. than this it opens up to men an 1 worn (11 Some will drink hut little, and before en the world of books II A K you leave thev will probably make some , TAl'CH I' ONL vet in Kentucky s complaining remark about their stom-- campaign against illiteracv I mnl.e nil.! every slep yoll I 1' . .. f.m 10 10b you of nil s v i . r liewd 4.' r.nd tne'RV, r nte nervi.n an 1 vi ..rn out, nit ' Mil Iimi no iiti li.. .in; nt t l lMweln - II ''V Ulitii I'IMh Itmi'li tl o hi'-- i i; is linally Kone intlrelv. nt Tt t it.'tirftli .Hid tone to tlie kbit., iiii-tl.. 'in stioti. .JLtlve. Ihelr i mn l.t'coli'. s teitiiljtanil 11iMin.1l T.1I11 anil our lurillh Kfovvu it, . n il iinv uu i.iku 11. u rum lit.iinu .li.iLliU'. Sold Lverywhere. ,1nM f.'.ir rrom kltlm v nml tl .loulius. Tim net b on jnur trriMn woiM. with rvciy move you r. i Mm iiiyi 1. ti. stit lieor It wmi ni nI"ul ikIii 11 cm ml I r M . Anl they will keep nn making these remarks until they die ut.less thev drink more wnter. Others will tell you that they drink large (inutilities every day, and won't even men t ion their stomachs. Of eourse not, for there is no occasion. Water has done Its work and the digestion is in perfect working order. Drink more water. j You will live longer nml die happier. Vour doctor will tell jou so, for UK ach. DUINKS . HE WAS JUSTIFIED. WATKU. NEVER TO RETURN j A man committed suicide because of melancholy conviction that he was his own grand father, and here was his letter he lett behind him. No wonder lie killed himself' "I married a widow My father with a grown up daughter visited our limlse very often fell In love brain. nnd mnrried with my sleptlnughler her. So my father became tnv son in law, and mv steiwlaughtcr tnv mother, because she was my father's wife. Soon after my wife has a son he was my father's brother in law aiidmv uin'le for he was the brother of tnv slep-moler. Mv father's wife, 1, e.. mv step daughter also li hi I a son. He was, of course my brother. and in the meantime my grandchild, for he was the son (if my daughter. My wife was my grand mother, because she was my mother's mother. I was my wife's husband and grandchild at the s'tme time. And as the husband of one's grandmother is his grandfather I was mv own Ore's Stlno Causes Dtath. Out In Washington the sling of n honeybee on the finger killed ( V. (Ill pin. I tenth follow rd Iho sting within .'in minutes. An iillemllng physician plained the suddenness of tlenlh by saying thai the pnlsmi front the sng probnblv fni mod ti clot, causing dniili when It rem hi d either tho heart or n 1 Urtciv (irtt Awutli U (M 5, 10 C& 20 Year' FARM LOANS rales. this 20 year D. A. Thomas. u ..:my Cal'imrt a it rul Ut Bupttior to tout tuiltt mul e; pulf BY TEST 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 GRASS, AND TIMOTHY, BLUE GRASS 9 t Northern White You will be m Seed Oats. 9 ' cvpi-nci.- . 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 things you should buy before the sun shines. . e f) 9 shop. DAIRY WISDOM. Too much runnol bo sun) al"ilt the way In w hl b ciwh should be the stable. treated 111 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 or Building material grows daily and we have what you want at the right price. Alllkinds of mixed and prepared stock feeds ready for you. 9 9 9 Our Dairy Kted will nuke your cow give more milk. Hudson, Hughes & Karnau, Miss Christine Davis spent Wednes. day and Thursday with her aunt, Mrs lie genetoils and kind to Iho John Land. MissThelmu Simpson of UertuCol'eje is ut home for u short stay after an attack of measles MrTulton May purchased two pairs of mules at the Ilurton & Itcbinsun sale in Lancaster, Saturday, Mr Dook Simpson was here Saturday on business. Mrs Simpson continues ill ut their home in Ittrhmontl. Mr and Mrs Kd Daily and little duugh with Mrs ters spent the week-enDaileya parents, near Marksburv. d helfels. They will lepa) you lis soon as they lusonio ruin. When uiipiillgreiil rows sell for $i;o ut public sale the wis- dun) of sating the heifer calf be- iiiiiii's self evident. If possible water should bo kiipplltil to cows III the bliible, Tho Increuso In yield from a '' v V henl of cows would ijtlk'Lly ie- pay the expense, of n covered barnyard, where the herd call lest and take some exercise througli the day. V Hervey & Woods Kentucky. Paint Lick, .j, J. . j. . 4- - 'S . l The Central Record, Thursday, February 22, 1917. r, 1 FARMING AND LIVE STOCK HANDLING GROWING PIGS. Swine Nerd a Variety of Feeds, Cepe- dally In Cold Weather. n mil run muse Unfit pri'lllnliln by iiikI water cicilull frcdlng milj this jrnr Sunn- - i'o market bogs raised mi Hint (Hit. bill I have liml cxprrl i'Ik'i fur ii lifetime iiml hno tried tln I'nni feeding alone nnit fciuinl It icry uiipmlltubli', writes nu Indiana f:it isi.-In (lie A MKI li .in Agrirullurlst One (Mil fultrll H ling mi inril alnllo. Imi My git lug ii turlct.t with mi irn'li. ! if fond frnui t lie t i tit tin1 pig Ii lit limit It Ii iii.'irl.i'ti'il j mi fiiiuiKli i haw bm.n mill inn lc lii irnxirtlnii In tin- - ldy weight. .! Purity is a Great Thing, Friend! A Florentine Episode Uy LX1N0R MAHSII Ht X hi I:i ii' ii growing ration whhli Iim rcipilnsl iiiiiniiiit i f pmtrlu must lm ful It has Ihm'H In tin' past tin' ge'ieral belief aiming farmers tli.nl pro "In Is protein, tt heicicr It Is fniiiiil iimI Hint Iln snurie riiiilil In mi nlTeit lit ii in- - to tin' grnwlng iinliiial f ji Ii ii HI i 'inn kt tent protein, bin nfli-nil out nf t In 10 nt ii'lit protein I luit com mntulii only ; pit cut Ii tuluiiblo t tin- griming pis 'I here A I tln I c ii r - liav H'cii tin Itntirim-iiictiHindu In fisdlng swim- lu.iirrliil t Ii.it Were hl!irr In iir.tli'lii Our run Inn nf firdiiig growing fnri I Imlii 11 in furnMi n in. minute ilnr 'M.-'iht'- P CJean - - ' - and Sweet ; and''pure'-- . :"M A.lmirrr- - nf u Jrr-- r iMir It. s if link .1.1.11 II.. t I I t M ii it .ir i ri t .1 h n . .a (l then nil. t ir Imrr, JrriM. le .f Dip l.tr.1 t ( la a iuuk liillur.r .i"il I. .l l . mar nr. it tlx month Tl . proline Ulhl Hill IM Iiltrrn tl tur Tim him klit.wii ia Iiui.h fr,t My folks down South keep telling me: "Be clean and sweet and pure." And I'll bet you I am just about the purest cigarette ever made! Why, the SOVEREIGN factory is dusted every morning, just like a lady's parlor. That's the sort of home I have. And I've got to make good all the time in the look of me, and the smoke of me. The finest, whitest, cleanest home you ever saw. Only the purest, sweetest, richest Virginia and Carolina tobacco enters there. And when I come out, wrapped in the daintiest of white imported paper don't you know I am proud to be a SOVEREIGN? kt - rl. mill iiim kim ninl thoroughly mlxisl ihiiLjiki" nr Unseed With tlil n iinmini. Wo also Use short. Huddling mill dairy b pnshe ts. hit h nil pin iiiulii the rn pill grnwth mnl ilcclop liii'iit nf tlin crowing li"K In stiiiiinci tings do lint nuiilri' nun Ii extra feed IiiTt i Inter or nlfitlfa pasture l iilitiillinl.il' fhurcnnl mnl Millliii'itt Milt nro Imi li n lUln'il mnl nr. i ni in tin. rut Imi: We fissl warm step i niitl'.tliiir nf ground lilltiil shorts nr mill tlllii cm "tin' dull until tln hogs are lunrkctiil. I iln nnt t ti li U liox should Is' fill slop nt night, fur It Iiiih n ti n iliMioi ti inn Vi. tlic Iifritful unit ivoth'ii iliirliic tin' nlcht Whi'ii tlicv li'iiti' llii'lr iMirtn IhiN mi mill litmii Iiikk tin') nri' In'iiti'il fmui fri'ttltiK. mnl III (he ri'l.I air tin". Ihiiiiik' thllliil mnl nri' llalili In rliiniilc iillnii'iils. uhli'li nftrti prnM' MTliuiK I luxe trlnl ciMik n iiT) Ini; the klnp mnl Ihul It tn prntltnlili' itii'lluil iliirlni: tlin ulntrr itliiti fill uarni It iiiaki'i tlx- - fnn.1 innri' iiutrltliiii., ami Imsi Hint nrn fit! this iinkiil in.itrrl.il ri'Kitlnrl.r ntakr raplil pilni. Imth In lli'ih mnl Kronth I Unr Inril iiimi' cum Iln iil rlrrj .M'lit 1 halt' cut ril fur lins that n rlnau frnl lit;; pen mnl ilry. nrtii lniN arc all iii't"i.ary tn nhtnlti prntllnl'lc n'ntlli itr winter mill iiM- - hi JHirt nlii' part onts rt mil. ground ilnp fi'iil mil. gil You Folks of the South KNOW good blood! You Folks of the South KNOW good tobacco! Next to good breeding is good dress and good taste and I have them all. claim to your friendship. I can't say more, except That's my I am guaranteed by -- !' If you don't like me return me to your dealer 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. J.! I me. and get una' rich American, heforo scttllm; down to a career, eoncltiihsl to s'tid n seas-oIn KtiroiK'. lie Hilled from New York to Naples, thi'liro prinredrd tn Itotuu mnl later to 1'loretico. It H suppOMsl by istsoih who have not been 111 Italy that nno Mcs ever' wheie relics of tho ancient Unmans There are cotnpnratUely few uch relics, but theio uro ninny of mediaeval Italy. Tin; most costly dwelllnas nro "palazziH," built several centuries ngn, Ilctuslrcet tisik a fancy to Ilorence and coiicluilcil to sX'inl some time there, so ho milled a pahizzo, or, rather, half a one, mid, hiring servant, settliil himself down, as It were, hi Hie middle of tho fdxtecntli century. Tho bulldiui; had been divided Into two parts, tho part that ItemMrcct did not iKX'tlpy helm: mruphsl for a stnnll fmnlly hotel, or lather what In Is called u ikiisIoii, which Is midway between a hotel and n biKirdlns house. One rainy afternoon llemstrect, who had mient most of the day in the picture galleries for which I'loreiicu is noted, camo t his palazzo. It was so dark that Ids sonants had llchtnl the il lamps, and. Koin upstairs, us he tho hall on which his bedroom was located, he was astonished to see Hint tho hall was iloithtc the length lie had Mipimseil It to be. At any rale, ho saw ilouhlo tho lights, but they were dim, as were the objects they lighted. Henistrect was very much puzzled. doing Into Ids room ho threw off his wet overcoat and rubber shoes, then went out with tho Intention of exploring the hall. Ho was surprised to see that It ended as he had under' stood It to end with n picture. Ilemstrect was t lightened. Surely something had broken loose in his brain. lie went to the picture, examined It, saw that It was what hu had supposed It was and went uway resolv ed to watch himself closely for other symptoms of a disordered mind. Hut ho felt as well as he had ever felt. and after awhile he ceased to worry about any supposed disorder. However, he never went upstairs to his room without looking ns soon us he turned Into the hallway to see It It had been doubled as before, Ilut the of the picture were always there.-anthe hallway was of Its usual length. tine night when Henistrect was In lsl he heard, or funded he heard, a giggle In the hall. There were no women la the house except a couple of housemaids who knew their place and were In bed when Henistrect had come In. Curious to know what the sound meant, he arose and, cautiously open lug Ids door enough to see through the aperture, saw a sight that amazed ulio more tliun his previous unexplained one. A young girl stood In the hall facing the picture, laughing and beckoning. She was nil nqulvcr with excitement, though she did not speak except In pantomime. Arthur lleinlrcet, a Thunderstruck, Ilemstrect tumeit the Team. Monthly. lit' thi' liiirii't nil thi' v in U piikslhli' flutii now nil tn lit thrill lot' plnulin; the hanli'ht unrk thi'y Mill In i'iiIiimI lU'ulu In ft't'il tlii'in iipiin In pi'ifiirtii full rations mnl spi'tnl tninli tlttio In I'h'iinllti; to rhl thrill of their u Inter loat of hair ntnl ilut. Train Schedule At Lancaster, ky. Hardeninu Use Pure Dred Sim. purr Inril lii' It tlin U'i-- l tnrilli-n- f Whrthi'i Ihr tlul liiipriiM'iuiiil KiunI nr kill, In Is half tin' hrnl mnl I I'lioxii 1'nr Hill llir Miiiiilliiirii iiiutt' M'lirtlnu nf tlin lru ilriiiiiiuln iipiall) as liiurll ntti'iiliiiii iih thi' inllii' ,'lonp if frlimlrM, mnl It Is far miiri' luimi tu lit tn lut;n n kimkI kiii', Imth in null ililuullty ami limsllu. limn In Iiiim' mu nr t kinkI frinali"-- . If Mii'rilii Happiness Always Present, Man' Handicap. In ths Face of a Friend. WouhNi thou cut mint ho iiiaih, let lliriu lyrur In Uicm' uhrnail? Iluiv nlil N n in, in uhen life lit'i'niiirtt The IIs'IUmuiic inuiiti'initirt' of u See. what Is pioil lies luapyin thy l.fll.ill nf I In; frllKlIrs llrllrr sllll. Irt ii hurileti? When n uniinin Pwch her fileiul k'lulli such an Inuiinl ileckltn: Mile. ciery uno lm u i;im inn', Imlli ill lircml slin anil iIIlvkIIoii. Mii' inn tltnl In the hoiiie i here It ImliMli. us protlil Duly Irani in catch happiness, for hap.- K.iiimix IiiK liml InilUlilil.ll rxi i'llriii'i'In tlin ii it ii Hint "lie Is nliiitit est pnl.iers have will"!' tu etny the dill-In- piness is cut hy nll. IhH'the. I'liruu'r. the host HiliiK In the u.tIiI, hut t man I'hlllp Shine. I!. W. Howe's nin'l iln 'I la' Sovereign Cigarettes "juvp of fm&m, Unbreakable Windows. Ilepealeil coals of mw or holleil oil upplleil In a newly uiesheil wire fuhrle will kIvo ii K'ioiI Mihstllute for 'wlnilnw iilass. The wire may he used for inati) purpnes, ninl Is ei.iecliilly nhere kIiisk inlidit easily he i. hii lirnken. The fuhrle limy he ilippiil In the ml liitlead nf uppljltii; It ullh 11 fWK TUB GENTLEMAN OP THE SOUTH ae& j Time Table. Southern Rail Road. DanvMIe, Ky. Xorlh-boun- a oui L. & N She Meant Well. n luilcpeuileuce hilile, In niiler to show her hue for her hush.itiil, ileehhit Iln lauuder her hushutul's shirts. She No. 10 ihiuhleil the uuintmt of starch. When 'she relumed them from the Hue she 'No. 4 couldn't Ki t thciu lhl'ntn;h the hack j door. She didn't cri. hut scut lliriu to No. M Kuiisiis City Journal. I ii lauiiilry. ' ' Cincinnati Kxpress, 4:30 a.m daily Spe- - .'UtltUK. 6T0CK NOTES. OUT ii tin till ! 'hrtisli. No. No. No. t'lfail. fliwll WlltlT for tlir slii'i'P ilmU Ii mnl fun Hit' mil with coarm fmhUT. If oil iln otl "III inaUii It il) ivptlo ntnl Mihji't t tu colli- - In iiftor nir.. DixltuutiT ami such MtiU Klinulil i:u iloun the ilialnplpr. rtili'. Ho not the t'lltlon for the i'No inntlcr Mhnt u i.iiw"i unit. ln hluiulil Itioui ra.lly. When In 'iiiiln njulii liuvo no plni'o hujliii:, think of this. TIuth w III 1J lumi IU In plsi If tlicy uru nut uiaOi cuiufurt- uhlc. Don't fceil llniolhy liny tn hi'i'i. Mlicil tiny or olmcr or nlfulfn kIuiuIiI ho ulvi'ii to tho Hock. f ' 4" i' 'f To MajfcVllle, cotiuet'tir.i: at Ulilunnii with I. H N tn Frankfurt & t.ouiil!e; Helen Rebelled. The klii.Iet'i;mtcii class to which No 71; SAI a. in. so lurye lliai f To Kowlnnil & Stntifonl connei'tinu little Helen hclimccd win It was necessary to ill hie It Into two at llnwliiiiil, I, iV N to all pninta Smith sections. Helen wus loud nf her teacher, anil when she illscoered that she NoS; 11:01 a. in. To Itichiuoml, comicctini; with I, & was o he In the ill Mini Willi a hr.tnd N to Irvine & lleuttyvillo, l.e.int;ton new teacher, she screutiicd lit I he top of her stuiill olce: "I won't lm ill- & Cini'iuimti, Mliliilfuhoro & Knoxville. 1 won't he divided! hied I 1 j' No 70; ll:.M)n. in. ' Tu Itichnionil, connectitir; with fast Singing Contest In Norway. ! train to Cincinnati. Some of the smii;j of Norway consist of hutulrisls of four-lln- o verseH, No 27: 'iM p. in. To l,ouisville, connectitir; at Lebanon which must surely he a hard test to the 4 memory of tho sinners. Sometimes Junction to Klizabethtown & Howling two slums will have a duet In such (irccn, and at Ilardstnwn Junction to u aontf, elngliiK verso utter verse ulter' llardstown & SurinKfield. nalely. He whose memory, or In de4' fault of memory, Invention, falls him No 9; H:42 p. m. llrst Is loser, i'rotu Norwuy, by Nlco To Stanford. connectiiiK with fast Juucmau. to Uriitol & Atlanta. train f Oh, Mrs, Snookil "Listen In this, Matilda," said Mr. b'tiooks, us he iiufnhhsl his scirutllli.' I paper. "This nrllile stales that In iMiuie nf the old Unman prisons that have boon uticnrlhcd they found lb" I petrltlcd reinulus of the prisoners. ('(Jritclnus, Jiiiiiik!" exclaimed Mrs. '.Snooks, h u smile; "them's what I Hi. y called hardened criminal, I rx- - 'No. No. cial, daily C:03 Hlue Grass Special, daily except Sun. ..0:08 14 Carolina Special, daily 7:00 - Local Express, daily 1:35 Limited, daily 5:20 12 Itoyal Pnlm, daily.. 5:37 GSouth-boun- a.m. a.m. a.m p.m. p.m. p.m. C Locu 1 Express, pect." Noticed Slight Difference. "Io you know, (ieoi'Ke," remarked Hay, "I should say the llniwiis Mrs. ntarriiiKo wus tin Ideal one, I couldn't help hut notice It tonight. Iteally, Ihere wasn't one word of dlsiiKreemcnt. I hellevo they both think ttbsolutely ullke." "They nro 11 charinliii; couple, my dear, perfectly charinlm;," wild her htishaud, "but tin to their thinking ullke, Miulk'e, did you notice that she always I bought llrst I" ,No. 'No. 11 1 No, 13 No. No. 3 9 11:05 a.m. Royal Pulm, daily..ll:20 a.m. New Orleans Lim ited, daily . . ...11:35 a.m. daily Carolina daily Special, 10:15 p.m. Spe- 11:52 p.m. cial, dally Grass Special, dally except Sunday, arrives., 8:15 p.m. For rates, routes and information call upon or address M. J. Cougblin, Cent; 'phone 34C No. 27 Blue Florida cial, daily Spe- - 11:35 p.m. from the door, felt In a closet for a dressing gown, then hunted for a pair of slippers U'slde his lied, for ho dare not strike a light for fear of scaring the apparition without, then returned to the door, threw It open nnd went out Intending, If It were flesh and blood. In capture It. I'he hall was empty. He looked to the end toward which the girl hud beckoned. Then was the picture, its figures Immovable as ever. Ileuistroet went haik to bed In wonder: Somehow It did not seem to him that ho hud seen a ghost. He felt li" terror, though he began to worry anew lest theie wus u hitch In Ids brum. He lay awake most of the night trying to soHe the problem, but finally went to sleep thinking of It. lie aiose the next morning shortly before lluie for luncheon ami stood looking out on to the street. A 'ah ilnno up to tho pension, next door, ami a party alighted, which iiiUudcd scleral girls. Henistreet was thunder-M- i tick to recognize In one of these girls the one who liml Moml la his bull, way tbe'nlglit before. It was now evident that the apparition was llesh mnl hlnnd anil doubtless mi a lark. Ilniistieet went next door .mil iiskctl It theie was any passage-ni- l between the pension mnl elle, but the landlady answered lilin that the two wings had been thorough-lcut off from e.uh other. She had u Innlhe In this since she stispeited th.it property, which Ilemstrect hud wuillil be laid In some one ill her wing ilemstrect kept un eo out for the upparltioti In the gulleiles and dually camo umn her. Sho was an American with u party of Americans, After securing an iuttoductloii to her he having trciuscd on his her of premises, Sho colored ami after koine hesitation confessed. A hallway extending from one end to the other of the original palazzo had been cut In two parts by n door swing lug on a cetitral pivot. On one side of tho door was a mural palming, on tho other n mirror, A party of tourist girls lit tho pension had discovered this secret and one night, led by the girl Ilemstrect had discovered, made a foray Into his hallway. Only the girl i In question entered, tho rest bunging Sho was beckoning them to back. como when Ilemstrect discovered her. While bo had been hunting for his gown alio bad beaten a retreat and swung the door back to Its criminal ht lice. The Central Record, Thursday. February 22. 191 7. Investigation of my of metal anil higher prices of labi.r. We have received some criticism from the public on nccount of the roads of incorporated. OOOI) OIlDKIl ami I .AW OHSKHVKl) our county during the three enrs we ll.oo a year. uauBti Weekly, pt.nnl have been at the head of yn.tr fiscal lny term of mco Inws hnve been enforced without favor court. Consider if this is h just comJ. K, ROBINSON. Editor. triwl in the county plaint? Three years ago there were and nil R.L. KLKIN. Local Etlilnr nntl Mgt. judge's court have received utich pun about one dozen motor vehicles in use ishment n the olTene proven merited, in tins county. Today there are 4nteroil lit the I'oi Office In uncmMe r. Ky., without regard to race, portion, wcial more than "00. The number his x clm Mall Mutter or political Inllucnce. Tlie public, we correspondingly increased nil over the Member Kentucky Presa Associntion believe will approve the statement that state adding more travel on ivir roads. '"l the general Rood order anil observance This manner of trawl destroys pikes th penal statute will compare fav quite rapidly. Our Jtnrs of great Eighth District Publishers League. Kirablywith utiy period of the same prosperity has otherwise greatly inlenKl" '" lh' ",rmorv nf llu" oi,u'st cit' creased henvy hauling nnd thus greatly Lancaster, Ky., February 22. 1917 izen. While giving due credit to nil worn the roads. Could it be expected " officer vvhtue duties li'might that my administration could make as Rates For I'olittcnl Announcements' tion with ,ne t0 ,)rinj: this ,,ni, i tve much showing in road work, ui'h this For I'recinct and Citv Ot!i;ea . . .$ 5.'X) confident that no critic would or cou'd admitted increase in wear without at 'or County Offices 10.00 be so unjust n to say that your county least as much money to use for road ror State and District Offices.... IG.00 judge has not done his part nnd is not purposes. Surely not. Any lack of .10 entitled to his share of the credit for road extension or repairing for the last For Calls, per line .10 the general good order nnd observance three years has been on account of inFor Cards, per line For all publications in the interof the penal laws which has bleed our sufficient motley. The annual road fund est of individuals or exprescounty for th; past three years. of Garrard county is something more sion of individual views, per My predecessor bad A than JLV.OOO.OO. KKMODKI.KI) COUKT IIOl'SI: line stnt or allowed to lie spent without SUCl'KSS. Obituaries, per line any warrant or law iluriug his admirns of bonds, the trntion all the money lty a vote for the available for road of uses during my first year, or in other We are authorized to announce the''':'blic "r";i,,,,, ,he mra'.t"1 aUm reconstructing and re- - words it consumed all the first years B.KJM).I following candidates, subject to the modeling th- - (.OUntV Court llOll-e- . Prim,r,Minn nf thu IVmnrruti road tax to pay the debts he created. successful and August 1917. I Many of our most In addition to this embarressmeiit it enly express-le- d had been provided liusii'css men o just before I assum County School Superintendent. the opinion that this sum would be ed the duties of county judge that all .MISS JENNIK II1GG1NS. j inadequate to so remodel the old build hands warned in to work on the county ing m a wav to satisfy lh pulilic. We roads should be paid seventy five cents County Court Clerk. undertook this task with ume mi'giv-ing- s per day for their work which laid an J. o. UOGIE, of its success on arcotint tt the additional burden upon the road fund JEPTHA ONSrOTT. limited sum provided, but with a de- of about $,,(KJO.(10 which had never been W. A. DOTV. termination that the public should hae. previously paid by any county judge. J. IiKUCE LAWSO.W if possible, a court house nf whi.h none While my predecessor laid it to my adwould be ashamed, we gave to this ministration lie had served twelve years Assessor. work our best thought and energy, to- as county judge Without ever paying gether with our undivided time and E. H. KAY. any thing tu hands warned in to work from the day the first architect cjunty roods. In other words, considManistrate District No. 1. 'undertook the maKing of the first plan ering the extra wear on the roads with until the keys were delivered tu us with the facts that up began .Mtli more J. it. CLAKK. The work was a completed building. than a J'XIKM is) debt and un additional County Attorney. completed witnout one cent of graft. extra debt of $o,(H'O.OU to pay hands economy was required. The Strictest GREEN CLAY WALKEK. for working upon county roads which was used and honest vcrv best material hal never been previousl paid. workmanship was required and given SberirT. We submit that our record in road throughout. The result U that we can maiutaiuance will compare favorably A. K. WALKEK. 'all unite in a feeling of pride.in that we with our predecessor, when It is further have a modern, convenient, comfortable considered tilat lie started his last term Slate Senator, 18th Senatorial District. court house comparing favorably with with $.j,lKHi.H0 in the county treasury HON'. 11. CLAY KAUFI'.MAN, any surrounding county, wherein all as shown by his own published report JAY W. HAKLAN. public records are safe from fire or of April 1111(1. You will recall another J. K. MOUNT. and all for a very modest expend- difficulty theft we have had The "State money. Could vcu iture of the peoples Representative. Aid" law wns enacted in 1UU which huve expecteil more under the furnished the county a certain sum for J. A. UEAZLEY. Should I be endorsed or re road work to be used only on turnpikes J. 110GAN KALLAKD. buked in this connection? connecting county seats, with the reCounty Judge. STRICTEST ECONOMY PKACT1CEI) quirement that the county furnish a We With even greater caution than is sum equal to the state fund. CLAYTON A. AKNOLI). exercised in my private affairs, has could nut alToid to lose the State fund. characterized the spending of the pub- On account of the debt of ?'H.(HK).WI referred to. it took almost the entire lic money deposited in the county treat-urTO THE DEMOCRATS from the taxes paid by vou. This amount that could be made available is of course disappointing to some who for road work in the count to use to OF GARRARD COUNTY. would find an easy path to the doors secure the state Aid Fund, winch un fortunately caused and necessitated a It has long been the custom and prac- ot the public treasury. Hut it has been neglect duiing these yeurs of the cross I tice of our party in Gairard county to our policy and one will not change if pikes of the county. We were not responthat every dollar expended endorse county officers elected ujwti the sible for these unfortunate conditions. u democratic ticket by a renomination if of your monev must bring full dollar They were caused by the unwarranted they have been loyal democrats and in public benefit so far as it is in my debt laid upon my administration by been honest, faithful and efficient power. The tax paying period has just have that of my predecessor. Having paid and we jn the performance of public duties, now concluded, taxpayers, have observed this debt we are now m a wsilion to the widows, the scores of uxcept nssessor and sheriff which the- old and the poor who give aid to the county roads and cross are prohibited by law. I the infirm, office to pikes which have been made to sulfer became your county judge on the first have marched to the sheriffs deposit their share of the heavy burden fur the mistakes of another adminis Monday in January liI 1. Now con public expense and we are fully con- tratis. scioua of the tact that I have perform- of many of our NOW KELYINU UPON MY OWN ed all the duties of this office for the scious of how hard it is for three ears that I have served you. people to meet this obligation. Thus KECOKI). honestiv, and have given at all times to we are impressed with the responsibilI am a candidate for the nomination ity to see that the public money is not you, my best ability and with heart and of county judge subject to the will of mind directing my every official act to wasted or consumed by the favorites at the democrats express at the next Aug court without a return in full value. do only that which would be for the In addition tu this, we were required ust primary upon the record I have bent interest of all the people in our made while servingyou us county judge county, I do confidently expect a fair to practice such tconomy as perhaps for the past three yeuis. I do not in by uny consideration from you at tins time was never experienced before county. Not in- unv way depend Uin the n.istakes or concerning u few of the facta tuuching county judge in this short coming ot an opponent, and my official conduct in connection with cluding the bonded indebtedness of that ut this time it becomes necyour county, when I first msumed the this office ami do believe that upon the duties of County judge, I found that essary to cull attention to the mistakes showing made in serving, you vill inof n democratic administration winch dulge my pride and ambition by honor- my predecessor, who is now an active has preceeded me, but in justice to mycandidate fur this nomination luul withing me with h renomination for county self, am forcee to do so in defence of judge at the next August primary. 1 out legal excuse or wurraut of law, tny own administration. now submit county to become more am aware of the fact that unless my suirered your to the public for a decision whether record in the three years I have served than $0,000.00 in debt. This debt was this administration shall be repudiated notes to the Garrard will compare favorably with my pre- in the form of for circumstances provoked by one who Hunk and Trust Co, for borrowetl non-cI could not expect your supdecessors ami for claims allowed or contracts is now undertaking to profit by his imti port. Upon the ether hand, if it shall indefensible mid unwarranted official appear that under tliu trying difficulties of record ugainst the county. Thece ucts. The records ure public. Tile debts made by the fiscal heads of your which have confronted mo from the county. I felt were at least moral claims facts and figures are open for inspecday I took the oath of office as your uv the honor and credit of tion. The official duties laid upon a county judge, and difficulties for which and to your county by the practice nf the County Judge prevents me from devot was in no way responsible, I have greatest economy, without uny material lug a great deal of time to personal done as Well us those who have pre- in the assessed value of your electiut'eeiing. 1 feel that the day hua ceeded me ill this olhce, and better than raise property or the rule of tuxutiou we passed when the public requires such I indulge the hope some. that public public expenses us best or requires tho bartiug in political pat fairness and j our patriotic interest in huve met the We could, und in the three years 1 huve ronagti or public favors to secure your the public good will prompt you to give. I fliall inther in u manner served you l.uve puid this debt in full, suppoit, me unstinted aid in my detire to serve und today your county is practically depend upon doing my duty us the price you fur four more years. If it can lo bonded indebted- for jour fuvor und endorsement und bhuwn that I have been lishonest, or Olt of debt. Have the ussuriug you that every cent paid by I negligent or incompetent, and that ness. In other wotds have met the you in tuxes will be eccououiicul und und there is unother who you can hubstitute giicrid expenses of your county enough to pay olf u debt consid honestly spept und now relying upon to serve you, unci whose private or of- suved my party for un endowment under the conduct merits from jou more erably in excess of $20,000.00 inheiited ficial by my administration from that of my stuted fucte, I am, confidence and promises better results who is now my opponent Kespectfully, for the generul public, I shall yield to predecessor for this nomination. Clayton A. Arnold. your judgment without complaint. THE ONE IlKJ QUESTION IN I'KES-EN(JIM OFFICIAL CONDUCT. COUNTY GOVEKNMENT. "The Crisis", America's greutett have done wv bust to keep the and official utmoaphere such in your Is it possible for the blue grass coun- American story. The picture uf tl county judges office duiing my term ties in this state under the present con hour, ut Opera House Saturday night. that ull of our citizens could feel lite ditions tu maintain their turnpikes und un J privileged at ull times to come and build new ones uccotding to the public COMMITTED TO ASYLUM Ukcuss with mi the public needs. It demands, is u question. With the genis Indeed gratifying that I huve never eral use of automobiles comes a deCharlie Hurte, of Paint Lick, was heard from any sources, either public mand for good turnpike! everywhere, tried before jury in Judge Arnold's or private uny charges of deriliction in Tu build und repuir roads for this use court Tuesday and adjudge of unsound my attention to your business or my requires large sums of money, much mind and ho was committed to the elforU to setve you. At leust, time greater than ever before; because the Asylum ut Lexington. Hurte is about has been no embarrassment occasioned present use wears the rouds faster, i!5 years old and for the last few! to my county nor my party which net: und the expense, on account of scarcity months was ronildnred dangerous. cssltntetl The Central Record! jolliclnl bcu. I public BEAUTIFUL TRIBUTE ,,,,,, Paid To The Memory 01 Thos. E. Arnold Killed In Florida. olfe-ide- prob-nbl- y 1 jf i , - l circutn-stfnce- y In writing of the shocking death of Mr. Thos E. Arnold, which occurred in Florida, on January HOth, Mr. Clarence V.. Woods, formerly nf Kichtiund. Ky, has this to say in the Lake Kegiou, n paper published at Eutis Flu, of which he is editor; "In company with Mr. Charles Miller, of Eustis, formerly tit Kich-monKy, we witnessed the funeral In the Deland Christian Church on February 'J. The structure could not contain the crowd. '1 he dotal olferings, only such as Florida can produce, filled all In the space in front of the chancel. large letters of gold o. n broad white silk ribbon were the words, "HE WAS ." THE IDEAL KENTUCKY (il'.N'l it truth that nil know, but which at this tin xptesses the highest conception of Aiueilcan tiiHiihood by the devoted friends who pliiced the wreath anil motto upon the bier of the lamented son of old Ketituck) Mr. Arnold's death led to extraor dinary demonstrations of public grief. ' the banks, nffic-- s nnd business houses of Deland closing in his honor during the morning hours of the funeral. When we saw the humble and the gteat, ' the flintier and the merchant, the law-- ) yer anil the banker, tin- - doctor and the minister, yea, nnd a young mother with, babe in arms, old men und vvomer, youths und maidens -- nil join in sorrow, ing swiipathv with the strikiu wife und, brothers und sisters of the deceased. It I wns such u demonstration of universal love for n good man that it made us envy the dead the lionots what were' showered upon him nuiid tears ami flawers and eulogies. As we beheld these demonstrations of affection and respect for our dead friend, out heart welled Willi legret that the people back "Home" in Mad-- ' ison county, Ky. could n it uilnets this wonderful exhibition of the iwpulnritv hereof tlie man who for forty-od- d years made Kichmond his home. Metlnnk.s Mr. Arnold's old Kentucky associates no- - realize too late, the true character and worth of the son who reached here the sublimest heights of human appreciation. Iain not ixtta-vagain my language. When my end comes, I'd prefer the eulogies utlcieil from nreaking luar's ulxjve Toinmie Arnold's coffin to the highest soundtt.g praises that Congressional courtesy wrings from the surviving colleagues of some dead Senator or Iteptesetlta-- ' live. Old age and youth wept as lori their own flesh nnd blood Inst Hriday as I they laid to rest this "personal friend" NOTICE Mr. Ford Owners. We 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 see us. Hi 1011 Iff- - 'V, .at l. i iff-- J Eex Garage Incorxirnted. Co, ,Ks Walter Hannnack, Mtfr. DEED EflC D EE3E M.S. HATFIELD DEiNTIST. :ra;,c ,, LANCASTER, KENTUCKY. J i:i Collections Bills and Claims of all classes arc collected by our System everywhere. We miike iiliMilutcly no rlinr;;r unless (lie inotii iintl in vnt sir us. yi 1 tl iij ai'tiinlly I I til in Turn over a few bad debts to us and watch us jjet the money. It wilt pay yon tti illrtie.,itr utir prnpnMtinil i i (i) l!) (ij The Sanders Mercantile Agency Coy S. Su.iders. tlllice 1st lloor Hiadley llidg. Manager West si le l.ei'.ttgton M Phone .'I. iii of every mourner. We huve never witnessed such a funeral. Ministers of five denrmina-tion- 0 paid public tributes of marvelous sweetness und eloquence to the deceased. Think of that! Christian. Haptist. I s I Methodist, Episcopalian, nnd Presbyterian. Each portrayed in language rare, u different phase of Tom Arnold's character, the Citizen, the Churchtnuii. the Husmess Mun. the Friend, thu Home man -- in each sphere rising to the highest murk of human possibility with hot or, und ull concentrated in this magnificient typo of man. termed by each speulter, u "model in every walk of life." When shall we see his like S 5; W Don't t li.'iiHf your idle' capital or ings buy Kcal .say- K ltntf. 10 per cent heal Estate Investments. Hint is what we again. We ure informed that Mr. Arnold was instantly killed t.n Januarv :10th. by gross negligence of a tram crew in in allowing u switch tram to buck over his automobile without warning, mangling Mr, Arnold horribly, causing his ofTcr in new, well lofiiti'd, four room All tho iniie riMitctl nnil net jmi II) per ( t ut on your investment AImi suited for tliust! wliti wisli to buy Minall bonius and stop rent. Consult rilETIIOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY. instant death. A coroner's jury brought III u verdict tu that effect. Deceased IruvuH a widow, in DelsmI, and three brothers und three sisters in Kichmond, Ky., where he was Lorn about M years ago, and where he lived until I'.ioJ, In all relations of life Tom Arnold always bore hii exemplary character, und the sudden termination of his meful, beautiful life robs the world of a figure beloved of all his fellow-meI- - 2 1 1 y ATTENTION 'VI Farewell, deur friend, your outstretched arms welcoimd ns to Florida. We know they art even now beckoning us to that only other sweeter clime." 1 l'AIMT LICK Mis. Henry Wallace nnd son Jewel spent &ulurduy in Klciinioiul. Mr Chester Long spent the week end with his sister in Kiiksville. Mrs. (!. M. Treadwav entertained the Kook Club on Monday nftcnio-ji- i Mrs. Kice Woods wns host ut u six ocloik dinner fur the teachers on Tuesday, Mr. und Mrs. It. (i. Woods and Mrs, Hubert Walker spent .Monday in llii.li-moni- l. L Spring is coming have your car overhauled before the rush. Give us the Opportunity to serve you. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. See our new Misses Stella McWhorter Ethel und Knitnu Estridge spent Saturday in Keren. Miss Nannie Kidwell of Hrussfield, is 1 tho guest of her sister Mrs, Wulter Centers. Kuv. Curmichncl of College Hill filled his regulur appointment nt Wuhiultu Sunday morning mid evening, Kye miiMlings ut $1.00 per 100 lbs, Is I the cbeupest feed you cun buy. Hudson, Hughes & Farnsu. Itev. Hopkins of Lexington filled the pulpit at Old Paint Lick church Sunday afternoon in thu interest uf the Lay. mans Convention which Is held in Lex- HUPMOBILE AND DODGE CARS YOU BUY. BEFORE Arcade Oarage KINNAIRD Co. BROS., Managers. ington this week. I The Central Record, Thursday, February 22, 1917. OLD ntinNDS-Frlnds- cif George V. Conn in Han Hernardino Iikvi- - been dii cussing among themselves the interest ing announcement In- - has mailt- - through copies nf tlm "Central Itecnrd" of I.hii caster, Kentucky, telling of his marriage to Mm Nannie II. Anderson. Mr A I'.rlel Mmllon of tht Ccmlnci nu nil Ixiutflit heforc tin: remit mlvmiru. A few Iron mitt Wood Henm Conn was u member of tin- - fire depart Goinjj l.yThou Wt Are ;ntfct:d In. inent, lime coin puny No, !!, for some Vulcan i.tul Syracuse Turning I'lows at active prices. time, nnil i several months ago for u vinit to hi nlil home in Kentucky. In Mailable Stoves at and Mr. .1 H. Stontnes attended it- - A 11 1 o thin way lit-- announces that he will not Wnrrnnteil ns good hb ll.e het , car limit nf tin- - old American Fence show lit Louisville lutt week. return. having take n for hii lirifle an f tit-i- made IVrfiiln.n iiinl Hnss Oil Stoves. A few Healing Mis CnrrlH Muler ha lettinied from I"'" sweetheart. im-i- I Stoves Ht John tin ri- Wagon the best made. ii visit tu friends in Hichiniiiid. We have Just received a Car Load of Oliver Plows and Syracuse Hillside Plows Cutting and Smoothing Harrows, Gossip About People HEBE'S A IfAPPY "TANLAC FAMILY" Sisters Join Their Mother In Declaring Tanlac Meant New Start In Life For Them. $50.00 $55.00 J. R. MOUNT & CO. '''In' Siiluri- I Ml House. Mm. !. '. Itose of Stanford has hem the guest nf Miss llettie Mr. ami Mr. IM ('. Games were In Wi-st- . I'UKACHKRSVILLK Mr?. II. (!. Cum mi in is some better. Mr. James F. Millt-- r continues about till-- SUIlle I . ixi i v i ii few ili.)n In t week. Oiaw A a Check res-k-c- Mr Mi'Cli'ilnn I eater Inn rejurned tu Aliss Ituby I'arrish has I I. u. villi' after n imI In liniiit- - folks. of measles. The infant of Mr. ami Miss Mnru- - lav hat been visiting lur cousins. Mues I. iila Mat- - mil Ni-l-l lUy Hell has heen Ulte ill. OM quite Mm. lien- - ill Ed for the iihiii!- youove ami I note how Hindi more fully your creditors They like to ilo you husi turss with a man who lias an account at Bank & the Garrard Trust Co. They know In- - I' doirg liultu s in i liuti(f(i like wny. Ili'tti-open such an account even if our nlfairs are nut 'urge Ttn- will grow nil right- The Garrard Bank &. Trust Company LJAINK. HONOR n ROLL STUDY THESE SUGGESTIONS. I'ay vi. ur bibs by rheok. hiuI have your Wife iay her bills lij cln-rNever leml an tr to "Gel liich-tjuicschemes. Follow some Maletn ill Having Do not lie haihazaril about It Itcrt a sale di- - osit Irjx for yotir valuable pner? e Make free use of the ii xervice we oiler Ten' Ii the rhilil Ihe :iliie it inoiiey Ii; i:mni: them an allimance Meet uur fririiilK at tlm hank tor Iraiiniti'lmi; luiiie!i v. lnirtnt (e Citizens II. F 1 W National Bank Jou J. Wai.kkii, Jh.. Inihier. Ilxk-Keepe- III lSl)N. 1'ii;nkv, An't OF I.ANCASTFIt. KV. I'reiil.-n- t J J. WALK Kit. Vice 1'reM. (Hli'r W. F. (MIAMI'. FARMERS. This is the season of the year to give your Milk Cows and Work Horses INTERNATIONAL STOCK FOOD. It's The Best. this wai Mrs. J. I!. Sellmaii of Nicholasvillc is week looking afler hn inleli-4t.i- . for a viit to Mis Minnie lirown. 'Ihe ai;iil Jlr.i. Jane Hell 19 iUiU-- s.ck .13. JOHN LOWE. Mr Weil Gaslinemi ami Mrs I.em ut the home of her miii. Mr. Levi lte. MISS FRANCES BURNETT. MRS. S C. BURNETT. Teat r were hoppers in Danville, Fr. Mr Grace llall.inl ami lialiy, of Crab d. Orchnril. aie vitilitiK her puu-nt".Someone suggested the other day you about .Mrs. Lowe. here. She simply Mr F. I.. I).lev, went tu Martini-we- ek Mis Nora Smith ha. been real mck that we taik a sign on our house sav thought she was going to die. She Villi-- till' for u atay of everul fur a few- - ilavs with a severe attack of ing, This Is a Tanlac Family.' That's felt so bad I believe she almost would necause my two daughters and I talk have been glad to have it . week. ineaile. all ended o much about Tanlac. We ail wear It was just pitiful to watch her. Her The family of Mr Hen Holtzclaw are the Tanlac Smile, too," Mrs. S. C. Mr ami Rlrt Leni Tenter were the weight dropped from 140 to 110 Hurnett, I40S Walnut street, said. HUeHt of Mr iuhI Mm Kirliy Teater. all unite mi k. Mr Holtzclaw ii reportpounds. She couldn't cat ed at very poorly. "Hut why shouldn't we talk about ing sick. We had just without beSai tiny . about given it when we feel that it has done us a her up. Then we Mini Tory Atnlerion home from heard of Tanlac and I.lllle MhIihii, wlni h.ii In en world of good. Kverynne of us lias she tried it. All of a sudden she very ill fur two weeks with pneumonia. Helen last Sumlay to viit her parent? been helped by Tanlac and I'll tell you seemed to take new interest in life. Mr. mid Mrs. Jnnei L. Amlerson. It ahle to he up. we can't say too much for it. Within a week she began eating solid Mr J. I'. Arnoltl is eni;aneil 111 the "First my older daughter. Mrs. John food, just like she did before she hail Mr. II. V. HiMtin maile a flying trip manufacture of hemi breaks 111 the Lowe, tried it. She had lost .'!() pounds trouble with her In C'liiciiitiali l.mt Friilav. stomach. The food returniiiir - M. K. "I'uil" liuililiiii near tinchurih. and was mi run down ami nervous that nourished her, too, and she began takMoiulay eenlnn. even the rumbling of a wagon or the ing on weight. She slept sound and Kyi- - mniliii;s at SI.'.lll per lO'J lbs. 19 slamming of a door would upset her it seemed like no time before Mini Mutlie Allium iiai reiuriiisl she was the cheapest feed jou can buy. for hours. We feared we would have feeling well again. . after a vint tu her liiter. Mri-O. I'. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau, to send her to a hospital. Terrill at Itiolilanili Vii. Helps Youngest Girl. "I honestly believe that Tanlac The infant Uaui;liti-- r of Mr. and Mrs. "One day Mr. Ilarve Jleltohertf, of Staiifonl. Failo I'.irks was quite ill of n.eusles, saved her from complete breakdown her sister. Frances was up . to sec She's the vounm-strun Nothing else a few ilayi lint week witli Mr for a while hut Is now h.ivuii; a siege Tanlac put seemed to help her. Hut know. She was feelini' bad and Mrs her on her feet again right Lowe gave her some ami Mri. K. K. .Mcllobertii. of croup. T.inlac. It mmle quick. Today he is one of the hapher feel better and she came home and Fru'iiii-o- l .ilrs. II. C. Ilailv were1 Mr. James I). Amlerson of Louisville piest women in Cincinnati. Mini, llama, I helieve that new tonir Klail to fee her out Weilm ilaj after was here to be at the bedside of his "Then Fn.nces became run ilnwn -some '1V' "u an iIIik i nf several u, until. i,.. i..i .1:... that helped father, Mr. John Anders-ni-. Sr. who ,ort or uKomi. got me Sol spells e ere going to take her did and I'lease know a bottle.' week-oIlarve M l'Ntes. of Geuruetowi', has been quite suk. do you that of school because she kept com- - .he Mr Joe Luinford has torn down tlie the client of hit p.ireiits, Mr. ami win plaining of spots and webs before her w old school huute building which was Mr. S. . INii j. lust Suiuiiiy. ilillibed "Clay Hank College" by the ! spots Dr. .). II. Kinnainl ami Mrs. Kinnairil, pupils iitte-iilinbefore her ; 'ie IS l,mvi.nr. orr,v,.,l to I,.. j".'i thore loni; acjo. iiiiii studying. left jeMi rday afternoon for point-- in A new orean at the Itaptisi church she n.iniii and now she is back in "1 was such a firm believer in 1 "lor nl . lur a of several wtekD. now dcliehts all the music lovers. It good l e.ilth again. by the time it had huilt nn flu, Mcther Wa Hatf-Sick- . I Mr. John M. Mclioherts was up from was made possible by subscriptions health of my two irirls that I "As ff.i myself, I felt almost the sonic for myself. It certainly toned cured by Mrs. a few davs last week, with G. I'ettils and sister. same as Mrs. Lowe. My stomach up my system. I used to have nervIlls parents Mr. ami Mrs. It. L ,Mc-- 1 Miss Jean .McKeclinie. troubled me. My appetite was poor ous spells but they are all gone now. . I Itobert-and I sutTcred after eating with bloatI got back my appetite and now I ing and botching of gas. Hut with sleep as well as I did " Mrs. Flizabetli Joseph, returned from before my stomI got rid of these ach the help of Tanlac ChatlanooKa. last Tuesday where she I lOl'LI. UNO IT IN IMS COLUMN. started to bother me. troubles and now I feel simply splen- has been visitint; her daughter, Mrs. "I tell you Tanlac has done a lot ilid. N. for our family and we can't say too Mime Davis. 'Hut I out at lir.t to tell much good about it." Mr and Mrs Morgan Hudson, of Nice store room for rent. Hoy le, over Tuesday and sh-iW. T. Wei.t. r Tanlac is being introduced 111 S. E. Welch; Stanford, Penny's Drug the day ami niht with Mr. and Mrs. II. F. Hudson. Store; Junction City, Iteynolds and at 11. V. McUolierts. For Sale: Two spotted ponies, broken. Mrs. V. !$. liourne and grand dauuh- Tanlac may he obtained in the nearby Evans; Itichinond. H. L. Ferry & Son; J. A. Anion. Crab Orchard, l.yne Hrus ; llurgm, G. ter. Miss Kiln Mae liourne have return T. Schoolfield: Danville. John S. Wells. For Sale ur Kent: My two story cities I'aint Lick. .1. N Metcalf; ed after 11 visit to Mr. and Mis. John & . IJallard; Hecker bouse on Itichinond street. Little Lancaster. It. E. Mclioherts, and W. C I'mlerwood of Danvillit HMI-tf- . S. G Haselden. Hickman, Collier und limner, 1'erea, West, Silver Creek. (Adv) Hon. II. I'lav Kauffinan was up from For i;ent:-Gooroom house on returning Spurlock Farm. Frankfort over Sunday, W. M. Hurgess Monday to take up his duties at the I'aint Lick Ky. special s, ssion o' the Legislature. lliirlevi-or- John "" 'e Th" h... V r - a - J MoRoberts Drug Store Dr. and Mrs. M. S. Ilatlield and chil FOi: SALF, :l(K bushels, nice, clemi dren, and MissCairie lieid, and Mr. I! Orchard Grass. J. T. Anderson, L'mo-pd- . 11. llatt'.eld of Danville, motored to I'uuteU, Lancaster Ky. " Sunday. Stanford and Crab Orchard, One five passenger Over 1, r i" Miu. . ,11 mint ntiii imi- - .iiiini v I I nil., Vlieilli mill MlkU llei'lile Miml irolilMre itl H'"ntl- nntsville, huve returned to their homes vvhite t-- Itiddli- after a pleasant visit to .Mrs. J. 11. I'aint Lick, Ky, Fill In Picture Puzzle No. 3 ? , r llr. 70 W ,65 . e( .64 "6S llainilton. VOK SAI.K; My house and three Misses Maigaret Cook anil Charlie acres of land; Just out of town limits, Elmore leave ibis week lur a week-en- d stay at Millersbuig. the guest of Mr I'os.esfion nt once. (livens Terrill. itoliuisuii Cuuk, who is attending school lit tlllll It,!.'.. , ,, tin, v i i cuiau , I'l s iiiuiii Miss Minnie Hrown 1ms just returned cottage in city limit or house witli frmii the cities where she purcliaseii or 111 ocres of ground in county. Iho handsomest line of Millinery to befit. J. M. Cooper, had. Miss Dolly Miller ot Howling Green will have churge of her trimming FOIt SAI.K: -- Un) bushels of Cult', pallor vated Hemp seed. 1'rice Jl.'i for bushel, J. W. Iladgelle, Mr. and Mrs. Kussell Hrown. letiirn- N. C. last .Monday Stanford Itoute I.. H miles on Goshen ed from Aslu-ville- , and will make Stanford their future pike. 6 .'62 n 70 jc 75" . 71 50 .51 59 .' Gold Medal Gold Medal Seeds are good because they are pure bred. It pays to plant the best. Buy your field seed frorn us we will furnish ,5? 5f9 .58 '57 48 :45 17 .9 5J- - 53 ai They are at present with Mrs. home Hrown s parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. I). Cochran. Mis. Will T. '21 DRESSMAKING. . SO 92" Am piepared to do diess.mnkirg at West ami Mis. Salli. my hiune un Crab Orchard Street, It-Samleia have returned from Milleis-burg- , low cemetery. I'flone IllS-they went In visit their where Mrs. M. M. lurncr, It. sous Messers Willie II. West and Charlie Sanders. 1 hey report the rest of the boys well and studying haul. FARM LANDS. County Attorney Green Clay Walker, Bargains in Fayette and adjoining of Garruid county, was hut hii Monday counties. per cent. Loans. shaking hands with his friends in this W. KING mid SON. Mr Walker is just rounding section. Lexington, Ky. Ml mo. rut bis first term a county At tor inn of LiiicuIu'h neighbor on Ihe north. FOR RENT He has made n very line record in ollice und his ft lends says that it is generally i Livery Stable or Garage reconized that he, deserves an endorse ineiil, so will in all probability have no for 1917. Centrally loca iopHisilioii within the democratic party pussibly no repub ted next to Hotel. and fur lican opposition in November, all of Mrs Rella Arnold Francis I ll!-I 63' so--a 7. 34 13 14 29 05 iC 16 At IS' 26 iV 1 Ml 23 .36 II..' 40 i;37 03 39 ti TUG f you with any kind you want at the best prices. camel, the last picture you ilmv. children. Is the p.u-- horse of lh As you noticed when ilr.iwini; the camel. It Is of a quti-- shape In trawling over thn ileseit, wheie n.ilcr Is very si a rev, the iaim-- lial Lull known to mi iliys without u dilnU. Where does It get watt- -' yuu will k. It carries It in a little piiiub or leservuir. list busy aB.ilu. chllilien. Start your pencil at No. I, push It uluni; to . 3. 4, S, etc., and tee what yuu u.ll $ct. BECKER PHONE 27. & BALLARD BRYANTSVILLE. Ky. which will be good news tu his many friends here. - Interior Journal. HEMP I The "San Ileriiardinu Sun", of Cali forniu, lias the following to say of the marriage of our friend, G, V. Conn, after reading the account uf the event in this paptr several week ago; "SENDS NEWS OF WEDDING TO SEED FOR SALE. To the furmers who are thinking of sowing hemp this spiing, I will tell you seed as cheap as possible and buy your hemp at any time ut the highest market H.D.COX. hJ. price. We will gladly print the names of all children who will take the jiains tu truce out the above picture. You will find it interesting and they will appear i I every Issue of the Hecord from this date. Who will be the first to send his or her nuriin? All the contestants must clip out the picture after being traced und mail to the Central Record, that we muy se how well the work has been done. The following made splendid drawings last week; Guy A. Imlorf, Elmer Owena, I.ouia I.eroy House, Allelic Thomas, Willie Francis I'rulher.Eliner Har din Casey, Mary Anderson, I'earl Henderson, l.uclan llroaddus. Itobert Htgin, Florence Itogcrs, I'earl I'ayue, Herman Ilricky, Ota Moore, Virgil C Gastineuu Aubrey L. Hay, Victor Mahan, Dollie Hamilton, Margaret llradshuw, Mary Miller Woods, LaVerno Chandler, Ulilio Naylor, Arnle Merchant, Delia Mat Turner, Nimrod Crump. The Central Record, Thursday. February 22, 1917. ORCHARD PLANTING. at Which to Traaa. Preptr dlttnnco lit need careful Prominent growers set nllrntloii. p.neli trn nt least twenty feet apart. Altliolgh some set the trrct sixteen In eighteen feet npart. thlt hat proved too close. Peach tree set nt till distance eat'tint aectire sulllelotit Uclit. pin lit food nnd moisture tit deelop properly mill gissl rover crop ennnot I.' crown under these condition. Ijirge growing vnrlctlot of applet, 11 Diatancea Apart Sat Varloua Fruit Tlii! proper plnntlng wlilcli to fcI fruit treot Owing to the extreme cold weather for the past week, this house did not sell but A WONDERFUL! DISCOVERY llr M. QL At) ( 164,465 Pounds Tobacco el an average of $19.75 The highest basket sold brought 52 cents which was out of the crop of Coy and WhittocU. The market opened strong ths morning, Monday, February 12th. Drive in the "Home" be treated right and receive the very highest price for your Tobacco. Ik-lo- tM" ''V up) lulit NVwsisii'er h ii tc ill II- M Three muhlh ago the diiii; the "Hi lil iisiiisl war on liu of my Wendell ul medli al r. I hoie iTinitllet hail putved n ' fill In em Hi all ainiieiils dr iuji-- l fiiiilid Hielr t iii'inei - i iiiiiiblnalltiii frt.ioiliiin me. Willi III 1111 l. a aiiila-l It, and lltleitls vvele n but k Imnkrupt In six i I would Is 1 am now gidng for the d In turn, and I bae britiliilil wonilerful lemisly that will sin" dtsirt oil mail of them. I b.ive blinsl lay twetit.v one temitllet i, Minis' of it ltirout plaslt r m ' plaster It going to levollllliiiii e world The name. IVrown't raintb-- e r .r t I'li-t- ir It prlnlisl on In led no ! tb mi mie who tan te.nl eatt i.j an envious ilrtiKlt The aie frlniietl an antiinti o.v a so itwt falling over a Ii a 'ruin Hie ns'f of " bain aintel n or il.iiu.ige lluiii. In ptiinni; li-thn Is ii tpt hilp ttf alii.tlH i ' The b.'O k slHiHkl llrsl Is- - rul.li'1 r ...it., HIM! rril hut Vlnt-K.l- t to slli'il I ami ra'-- t Ilesll vuiir liu the plaster OnmM It .v on i 'rent i ttfe siimild If tak- - h lb ' iiiitlii s. pins ur tarpit la' k lit.oln . . i m.xisl In Wkeu Hie plastt r it over villh a isdling pin. This ul. alsatt two itilnmes. ami nfler it - it lulled Hint idasltr will stick, b vmi I ur life If jou live tH tl test of jettrs "M ill never want Blit'llH r A tnius Mtir will iln to what uiy o -. ot 1 shall not make miy tmslisslly MtJ Tlmt It will elite a te tlireat III tw-- . stfelHls. Il will lenttixe a torn while )ou an Ihrowltig a hair at the tat It will illre rheumatism while on i are trading Jinkknlve wiin a tin . Mioli us Itnldwln. Stn.vmun unit nre nt tin" maximum distance will befoiinil n iow irops sold with us iliumi. tin- - last week together with s of forl.v feet npnrl. In lertahl seit'nns where these varlotlot grow siniiller, Ihi'iiiim- Coy i i & W'liitlork - of thirty-siMill ;iriellet of medium feet It stitlleloht. sire, siii'li nt Koine. Mcintosh anil Twenty tlimee. do iet when set thlr Tor Hit smaller ty-slfeet apart. Whit.iki-- r & OlillioM Allfii Turner e & Kcnrns 11. J. Hronililus 11 ? 2"(!;1 21 lit pounds ?()27H(I iiveni-st21.18 28S.1 poumls CiH7.fi!) iiviTadf '2:1.7!) pounds 2 22.(18 llHlt pounds !):17.02 nvcrnHf 2:):"t tnunds 528 (2 avernjii; 22.17 ! uvi-nm- W'hitiiker & Cliuniv 2MW pounds ?"l I 12 nvrnitfo ? 22 l:t 2177 :i;lSl pounds 7:ili (12 iiwrnjU' Coy & Prewitt 111:1 7f) 21) " pounds Helton V Coy in rriii! 2120 21-- 0 171115 uvrniiit' 21 111 pounds Koss & llnine 1 1 Inches nnd Yellow Tran feet It suit parent, thirty to thirty-twable. Wheie tillers ino plmvd between IK'Nimnent trees the lnltir are set for ty f t npart. l'lunit nre set nt n di tniiee of twenty feet apart, peart tweti ty. sour cherries twenty to twenty live and sweet eherrlet thirty to thirl? the reel Wealthy. I growing and upright varieties, nt ' HOI cotawtaiffisr i TOBACCO Incorporated, WAREHOUSE CO. t'. HANDLING INCUBATORS TO GET Richmond, Kentucky. If Null with in on a );ood farm J.'tteorciog cat Motto III I' H.i II.' I. .11 .J the farm jou nhoiiid ' il. t,,4 i nit ill. I t it r i h know ahout tint one. t ,m l i i .1 pltrt. i . 'it rropei'y Listed In This Column. No. H l.t a linrktnln. I To acret H unl- l ll et from l.aneatter. n;lit on turnpike. Otl-No. o. Mt a uhurhan tract of l'llhat two ilwelliniit hihI two trood liarnt. Thlno Netdcd. . title II It nil rictlt In letirn In arret tuuated on main pike with LuiM-'lh- i farm will produce lump and to. . hill don I usllli lUttlut li l'J.1 acre farm nil in grief. uitf ito for duellini: nulit at the city i,cco. ahout one half in k'ratt, price IlilHK No 1 eonniriM-- t a literal wtnt-till.tiIl) acres mod plowing for corn, tobacco limits citv water and lights intalleil, $lliu pi-- acre. Alt IiImi lilttlte. I room dwelling, dandy most of tint farm in Kra. This farm pi. or hemp: hat ntorv dwelling, titunleil . will produce the variety of cropt inual , ,.(V nnitt, larire "ize lot, in stock ham, well watered and muter I mult This locality. The ilwrllmi; It newly limit. Trutn. to the hett in thit county. ' c Trutii It a rait-- . In him ula otily tract hat one lame splendidly construct- - ln ,..iuid condition and attractive; all Thlt farm it situate! in walking ' MNIidt oillMil.' ail tt ibtrk. Ittlt In liliu of graded school and churches. ed stock Inirn. one X acre newly con-- 1 i.t. citv coinemence. water, r In and lotikt out Kami well shlewalkt. The owm r leavini; city and win, Uiltlh iiili-Let us show you thit one at $M1. Call 'tiructed toliacco liarif. Into tin- - -- millailit. all It rtttir. I Hieau ' Tint tract liat will take $iVKi. fenced and watered. on or udd-e- ss .Mnesreiiitr. ItKNT Ctttuci.t on It. alwavt lentttl, 11. City Proper!) Ihv.dhnn. 7 THE THOMAS REAL ESTATE AGENCY. ' that produce m rental tipial to the aver- - roomt and cellar, situatitl on liratitiful We Crt You, Madam. Lancaster. K. income on a I.MiOO investment. Kichmoiul street, larife lot ami hat all MRe "11,- uttl nt wortN ami iit It Price $L'0,T(). $: ,ilHl cash and halance conveniences incluilinK Karaf anil liarn. lamruace." nlil Mrs Itlimili-rliin (tual pajmentt die in 'i, W and I No. 11!. Five riMimtlrtellmi;, modern, of a Itt lm-p- l turer ht' hail heanl: "InTruly a Worthy Man. 15uy tliit lor a home and live pxl Imrn. large lot frontiui; on . It t t i nt .i I .;- -- , t I It tin- - man who. having eart. is auillenee." Ittt.. (convenient anil accesihle to the ailvan-- I St.. cheap at Inn Trauerlpt. lolliinj to say, nltotaliit frmu u'lvln lit tatet of one of the Pest small cities No. 1:!. Iluddini; I.ott I'nder tint I'xlih-inltin-t- l of the fact. ' anywhere No. we oiler oii attractive single nnd l;i!.it. Hlnta for Houtewivct. No. (1. It a tract of .il acres; has all i1)Uih liuildmi; lots, spleiulnl location, ' ' vt tnciil -- li tlaiin"t from pflro-,li-iln- i, To the improvements of tract No. f ami it vcr ;t(H f,.Ht ,,.H,,, $4.V) toiKui. cnpalile Character and Reputation. Hiiir milk over lluiii. and llii- priced at and i.t worth the mon- - f water and light connecliotit will In- - put mil iiniii.iliiit.-l- . for Hit' There It u tuoall tlNllnetloll helween ey Terms $4250 cath and lialance in milk form an ctiiiiMnii Willi the nil 'lari'ttei and leputalion. for one may II The Thomas Kcal tsl.le Agent. and -111.- slander, while tin e'lual pavinents maturing in lllltl pretillts he douroyed hj lire flom prtinllht'. I). A. Thomat, Mgr. I jeart. hy II other can never ! harmed -I anratter, No. . It one uf the most attractive, . Ueconl llldg. K. po.sM-L.tnrliepututioii Is In no man's Mult Be Properly Cultivated. keepinir. You and 1 eniilioi determine suhstantial, and convenient suburban Time, wlit-i- i well It like ,hni other men shall think nnd say homes in the cityH Iwottory dwelling ' True Eloquence. of w tilth a few in r it ll t'llllhntt t tii-- l Ibflll ll", We call only determine of ten roomt, including balls and pan- The hi eh ttjii, iit Mi nllil InIs useful In life thai inure of what Kiiil.lli.,,. ..II what Ihey oucht lo think of lit ami IIICS, nil inuniriiii:iui. i... .....v., t it pleatlni: nnd that v Imli It Iprotluei' pliivllires even nf the uy ahout lit, anil we ean only do this llgms anil water nat strvtrrni that v 'iti-l- i is pleating should rl i lit I soil when overrun with weeds ,real I hy m lint: squarely up I" "ir,,w " bjilding lots. We will Itself (suitable for - I'asi nl laud Itraiiiltles. Uavltl Hume. It'lliiii'.. lltdlaud. trade this handsome city dwelling and ri G800 RESULTS S't If spring "fries' and full eggs are dcsltod the incubator shonlil lie set Hie lirt or sceond week In I'e'.irnarj. glv Jug a liateli the eaily part of Mareh. according lo T. S Toutisley, Instructor In poultry husbandry In Kiuitat Agri cnllnral college. The main purposes of an early liateh It to allow- - the pnllels amile time lo mature liefore cold we'ither. If they do not do thlt they will not lay until the following spilng. I'mKerel hatch itl in March will bo le.tdy to t;. when the market for frlet is goisl. The earlj hatihcd (.links will lie large enough to he turned out on the ground liy the time grctst and oilier plum hale start ed lo glow lltld will Hill- - get the nd vantage or Hie green f. ed Ileforo starting the Incubator It to spmj the inarhliie (hop 125 ACRE BLUE-GRAS- S FOR SALE AND RENT 'a. rn'e to retire from FARM. (. to itl dlir. a It wtll kiimk a sun knit- - silnVr Ilia while )ou ale walking furlv to the neatest saloon It will cure loiistimpiliin tiniest Istlh lung nre gone mid our ribs nre nil il 'iker ae 0ic ..... ,.t The Idiotic Isliinil tltiN nave t low skins, tlielr liolied ait- well tov irctl with meat, and tliev have c round and tiimlsomc tiipu.ir.inie llllisle ll.md ltetl when dressed helit are excellent sitters, make the beM ot mothers ami bruit; the chickens aloni; iiunkl and inanu. fjclure siksI briillers eaily The Ileds arit very active and are great hut they are not wild, "rustlers. and a four foot feme will hold them. The hint pictured is a Comb llhode Island Kid cock oughly with a - per cent solution of coal tar disinfectant. This will kill any genus or spoiet that may have Hied throusli tlio winter The Incubator should be kept In a warm room, preferably a cellar. In older that outside weather conditions will not cnue the teinperaluro of the iiiaiHue lo drop to a dangerous point The Incubator slmulJ be run two or I hue days to teat tile lempeiatllle he fore the ei:s.t are put In The machine .should be kept at a temperature of 101 the decreet the llrst week. UC second week and PCI degree the thiiil week. The Iheriuunieler should be kept on a level Willi the lop of I lie cngs. The lamp should lie Idled and the wK-l-; carefully tlliunied oath daj Tin eggs: t'hould be tinned auil'i onled be rore taking cine of the lamp, ber-aiior oil on Hi If there I iiiij su-i- e hands when the ei'gs are ham. led n will Injilie the hutching qualities or ho eggs. Tlu shoul.l be iiiineil every It It ia for the llr-- t elghtieu days. the "lita goisl plan to luove the eggs at side of the liny to the Inside to over (ome liny difference in trim erntuie TOBACCO - - TO - - LANCASTER TOBACCO WAREHOUSE STANFORD, STREET lliulnnliig with the thlid day the egg-should be cooled caili tlmn the ure tiiiiiid. Care of the Qull Calf. At the uuu of live to six mouth lie bull calf must bu separated from the other calves. Prom this time on be must receive regular exercise uud bo When ho Is ten to gently handled. twelve mouths of ugu ho may bo given light service, possibly unit cow- every three or four week. I'roin Iho uge of twelve to sixteen mouths this servlcu may bo Increased to unit cow per week, Alfalfa Nttda Lima. Probably no other Held crop llmo to such an extent as docn ulfalfa. and, with Iho exception of rather limited liiuestouo ureas, practically all of cast of the soil of thu United meridian require lltatni; Iho nlnety-llftfor tbo beat doveUpmcut of thli crop. C A, II Speith Company MANAGERS. ft ft We Pay Highest Market Prices. Unload the Same Day. No Commission Charged. Phone Also Branch House at MORELAND, KY. 30. ft ft ft ft ft In my elalms of vvlml inv (stums plaster will do I have routined myself I bail uoi en litslvely lo human tried It on animal life when a gentle man iiiitti.il l'.lt-i- i Jc hnhaptmt Jones of the state of lanits wrote to me lhat he ovvniil a horse twenli seven venr. oltt that hitd tt.'ll l.lliul and deaf the last seven eais The horse wn s.. deaf that he isiiildn t hear a Hum derstorin and so blind that ll was a isiinmoii thing for him lo kntsk Iho dtsirt off the barn alsiiit live timet a put out week. The bore hail not of the wav Issiiitse he vas Hie favor lie inotinl of Llfii's llrsl. sis olid and tblnl wives and he was kifplns him Me tiud of my alive out of selillmeut Plasters, anil he Porous TaradUe on the i tsiught two anil Irbsl Ihi-ihorse lilt inlor was that of a dish rag. but III one week II nan iliailKfu back to a blight bit) 'Die sight to hit l ie", hit deafness mulshed, anil In less than a month he won a anil a pure of fiTt with It The plas lert, which will never eoine oft, give ili nnlinnl n imltiue npit arance ami will serve at blaukett In Hie winter to show lhat with I have testimonial In an hour after the plasli r ha applied Hie weiuer feel a mixture of thrilling all energy and ambition through her or him lie or she wants They lalinot sit to do great things Many of still, but must If at work Iheiu have to Is- - tied In their i hair long enough to cut dinner A man In Iowa writes nu- - lhat lie wa mi bit lhat ll nearly killed him when he bud lo risk the i nolle of lilt Infant for half an hour at a Hint' Within a week after wearing my pin day nud ler he split MO rails in t iheu cmuo homo and Hiked a mull whom he bail bail a grudge against for forty ears A woman In .Mlihlgati who hadii had emrg.v enough to nvviep the fli or i le,t u out Hie ii'ITt'i'Ki for a long nuinlsT of ears put on one of these plasters to cure a mining deafness P ' not only kliis kisi tint de.ifuest gatlev West, but Infnsisl sin ll etierg Into hei the luisim that III olio day she .leu r lo Hie handle and scoured the eoffeeisit so vlgoroilslv that notlillig was leu nut ine spout vvneii sue k Ibrotigh. I till prtslitce thousaiids iimro of kiicIi lesllmoulals, but It seem useless Try one siroitt plaster lu n coininu ully anil nil will believe. The drug Kltt.t will tell )tu that It it a fraud but pay no attention In what they HiV It eostH you only '.', ceiils to llnd oiu whelher I am telling ou tbo truth wanting to sell )oii u fraud. ii! Just now I am tiriauglng to sli M J,isl,(ini sirou plasleia to the snillli eru sliiles, where Hut razor hacked bogs roam in coi.nl less numlicrs. Thcv are at thlu as knife blades and the meat Is nt tough us a bull's hide. I believe lhat u siroii plaster stuck on tho hack of theso hog will prialino fames anil that Iho MirU will bo sil trbr to any ehkkeii lueat, and If ' 'an bring about such an Improvement there Mil) I,,, kiii It a thornier of up plaiiso from the soulli as will sluil.e down every green tipple growing In ny live of the northern stale. If ''" Try ouo and las convinced. have any children In the family don't let them Ret hold of the plusler and nit them up. I will not bo rcapon!'1''' f T results. ravisl In It will prevent pneumonia ami the ductors. dll fi rie ft ft ft ft ft The Central Record, Thursday, February 22, 1917. BROWER'S rt"ary SALE LEXINGTON'S BIGGEST SALE OF THE YEAR BEGAN Monday, February 19th, 1 917. WILLIAM AND MARY PERION FUMED OAK DINING ROOM SUITE Tlic dining room suite oiuptiM $ u side board. 51 nu ll lop table, china cabinet, serving table mill six rlinir.s in I Iia firiiali latest fumed oak. wax liiiisli is t lit" moot durable known today A sub stantial reduction brings the prici down to 51 (it) for the 1(1 piece." li'Mm-l- i tin-er- A List Of Odd Pieces of Furniture Fine Wilton Rugs 5(!7.")() Oval Wilton Hugs. 0x12 size; reproduetinns of Oriental Kirmnn Shah Rugs. Sale Price $62.t50 WALL PAPERS It:"c best grade Oatmeal regular colors, sale price per roll UOe at Paper- -, all 25c 20c NEARLY HALF PRICE Each Is Of Standard Brower-Qualit- y. $20.(10 Duplex Oatmeal papers, nil regular colors, sale price per roll lfie Pulp Oatmeal Papers in medium J tan color only: sale price Ver roll fJc - ii r i n. A -- Oc Best Pulp Oatmeal Papers ... lar colors, sale price per roll . in reguI 5c Hoc and 50c Patterned Papers, twotone effect and small allo.er ligures, sale price per Cireassion Walnut Ded $10.00 29.50 ;I7.50 Cirrtiiiiii Walnut Dresser Whittal Royal Worc!iesteri)xl2 Wilton Rugs; Sale Price.. 55.00 Whittal Anglo-Persia- rn 1 5c and 25c SI. 50 Tiffany Blend Papers: sale price per roll $1.00 Tiffany Per roll Blend TEN PIECES M vP 1 .15 ')() Cireassion Walnut Chiffonier U H 26.50 19.75 g5c 70c 2!).r0 White Ijiamel Chiffonier with tripbj mirror $:!0 0(l Mahogany n - !M2 Wilton Rugs; Sale Price 75.00 !M2 Papers, sale price Princess Dresser $18.50 9.75 9.75 1 1.25 Whittal Anglo-India- n - 75c Tiffany Blend Papers sale price 2:) "0 Bird's I!ye Maple Dressing Table --MOO Wilton Rugs; Sale Price Bigelow-Bngda- d 62.50 per roll 45 c White l.'naiuel Chiffonier Wilton Rugs; 18 50 Colden Qiinrlorcd Oak Wash Suite on ('olonial lines In pretty genuine golden '!'irler sawed oak This BulTctt isn wonderful value at $1 9.75 The Handsome Colden Oak Table with top and extending to six feet I'.xtra leave included Sale priee Ch airs of Solid O.ik.a beautiful golden finish with genuine leather seat Sid" Price Th.- A Dining Rimni Stand with Mirror-..- . !.12. Sale Price 45.00 55.00 82.50 We GENUINE $17 00 Colden Quartered Oak Shaving Cabinet 1 $8.00 6.75 2 SO l'limcd Oak Mali Table: itxl-- '; Bigclow Daghestnn Wilton Rug Sale Price !7"i Fumed Oak Hall Mirror to IIU75 Solid Mahogany match....! $14.75 $2.25 t. 5.50 29.50 Hall Rack and mirror IK12 French Wilton Rugs; Sale Price Corduroy, 60WAN SOLID MARTHA WASHINGTON SEWING TABLE. MAHOGANY. $:t2 7f) "'I. lierkev and Cay Solid Mahogany Hall .Mirror Seat . .. $19.75 6.25 4.75 5,75 12.50 Knrly Imglish Oak Hall !).75 Brass Costuniers 1 Thus yon can secure this handsome Huf-feTable and Six ( hairs, the entire suit of eight pieces, only Jaspe. atd Chinese Patterns. Bundliar Wilton Rug '.'xl- - Sale Price 57.50 Hardwick Wilton Rugs; Oxl'--', $48.00 .50 Knrly Knglish Oak Hall Seat Sale Price 65.00 $15 iic i "We Can Conquer the World." I We ..lit rld nnil the !i(i r ilu lext lv ImlllT'erciico M iitl Mini uri' In In taking li.fuU ihn flrTera'iit t.i u clU'llt tlt.lt ihiiii s -- n.m:lllo.iis) ; hy fur uluit Is Ishlnc mi 111. in- int. l) f hcioud mir retu-l- i linlr's t . r. than n draught of water from the (lull- or kcs. timl li.v fearing mulling In another Ifr Uimlnr. J Bachelor's View. Aim at Highest Things, ' "Just luirk fr j.iiir wedding trip. r. lit- and vi-- t til t u ch? Tim I :mI Mm lit.. I on, !i rniti-i- i f higher l.c full uf . ii, i . mill li.'i ..u emililti'i hate dijojed weather: . lliim;- - Mi ties in hhu whose life jnuroi ir ii particle:" Puck. Phillips Itrook'K, itli:i in t ,i ,iliMiiiti. T. I.. Tlnri lilt'lt' Willie li' ii .in T ie Harvest. t il he n -- It. I. fruit ill t 'mirage I In- - iniulito )lcld .'III. J. I!. Miller. ill- -. fur II le Irulli," 'Sinn.- - men ftttN Tl ..leliiliiiuk the Ioiilvm ',',',-""('''' " "' '.irriiit mill cruvel. I liilcriitloii Jiiiiruey of aii.v kind of land fn.le t:i.eii. "ollni.lv I mini miKiu il'inl. lis trip Is 7.000 nille-i- , frimi the iiv.'lhiirileli.Ml wlf erldlmlllv Hint a '" "'""' "o in uu In he found nt Inniie. l.iiiidor. I ileilre to pliws.," Yukon to Arst'iillmi. Mil. I Came of Untruthfulne.i. F",lnl of leoance Needed. iVii awi; Travels Far. irnn j Now Wei "Thedfords is the licvt all-- r r.lJck-Uraux- stiniJ medicine lever used." writes J, A. Stcclrrian, of Pattonville, Texas. "I sullered tcmtiiy with liver troubles, and could i;ct no rrliel. The doctors said sumption. all. Finally I I I liad con- could not woilc at tried row 21 and to my surprise, I cot bcl!?r, rnd am to-das well as any min."Tlicd(ord's Hlack-Drauu- ht is a r.t neral, cathartic, vegetable liver medicine, that has been regulating Irregularities ol the liver, stomach and bowels, lor over 70 years. Oct a package today. Insist on the E-genuine Ttiedlord's. iiiwikcn In him a Hlrcii.ili of will tu he beuHti life by riinnlni; nway with n repel tcinpialloii. and who oend lit lit '(Ircus." SnlKKcrs "1 (hm't doubt It. uu .i.Mic. In prolll h) the coif He would run away with unj thins Mills ill lire, sliriHISM III IllllUlllCH II that wasn't milled down." .N'apnlcoli I. leaking the world to his kh.i). Chuiiiiini;. When Daughter Marries. It (loeon'l take people Imic to forget. Stages of Religion. III a fcA weeks after the oldest daughliiH-ioHall, begins ter married, ho licllKloii, sii) : "I never acted III the crudle. III the N)liiiiithy hctwecu Ilu- - way Klst.r Is nctlug. did I, main-ma?- " Hint lit r mid hah), ill Ihe Mlle of 1'orlh Worth mid ilcpeiulclice of the baby lii-o- il IIh iarcnU. In Ihiwoinler at Ibe Simple Explanation. ilulwix'. In ihe iraluiiiK in obedience. "SeeiiK to tne there were till tin- The mother must kn.m in what u umial number of women at clinnii on chlld'H religion coiislstn, and the between that and the rellKltul Sillid.i)." "Yes. The liolf links Is mi iron. led Hint they let only men play of adllll lilt. 'mi Sunday, mi there's nowhere cNo for the women In go." Judge. Kindly Police Clerk. Col. Itobert Wliuler. who has nelcd To Improve One's Work. lis clerk to Ihe lloltoil lloniugli tuiiglii-trate- s It Is a good Idea In hold a little confur Ml jears, and Iiiih Just ct clghly uiie. was on friendly ference wlt.i oiirself before jolt start terms with many of the prlMiueis. Uu In Ihe day's work, mid plan every deWhen Ibe day Is tclU u good story of an IrUli boy wln tail of jnur work, asked If he tdiould plead guilty to u oicr inn) jour work Is done, lake of what jou bae done, see cortulu charge. He replied: "Mike, I would. It Is time you hud uiiothcr wluit jou have omitted uud what you huvo done poorly. Mr. 1. both." Cood Sport. Undo Eben. Trees o( Great Arje. "N there .my piirt'culiir otiert ou "High prices enn't thalikclv-ln',- " iretm of Arllniia lire fond of. Miss Kllle?" ".Vo hut now (if acute, lillleth.nl. elc. tliew lire Nlid t'llcle l:iiei. "pe more lie I like on wry iniicli, .Mr. StmirK." turkey Kims de more thankful jolt hi. lie notiillliuitliiiis ImviiiK riihiccil ir Scrlhiier'H Magazine. oiiKht to he (hit jou kill ulToril It." thi original wood. The) Here miri' iii.iueiui'il In mi niirhHit mii mid acain l In in l! lily h'l.U. (leiiloitlNts Times Change. All Depends, r il.niime at !iiiriiluialcly It Is iliocoiered 1) tlu l'nlersty i An cm'Smmkc wauls tu know whether jears. Kmisati that the olil filileiieil coel red hoscr Is da nacrous. That tlo- who iiocil to borrow jour pencil now pctids on u In her a hull sees It or not. curries n fouutiiiii pen mid ticicr has riorhla Home Influence. liny Ink. - Kansas City Star. The fill lice mill mother of mi family, wliu In their Ideal Community. iiwakcn the mind of one thlhl What n Mincrh thln It wuuld be If Hard Reputation. tu the idea Mid loo of KoodlusiK, who mlllil to kc UIcKcrs "Old (trnball tells me that we were ull bl clioilk'll Petrified 'II..j r.il-.'iihi-li T'liies-t'nloi111 uu fdlfhlK. iiecept no Insults, cherlh no Jcnloiii-les- . anil Hilmlt Into our hearts mi hatred! Dally Thought. I took upon the simple and childish xlrtues of veracity nn.l honesty us Ihe Billy Was "Wise." root of ull that Is sublime In character. Hilly was sent with a note to a llltlo Speak as )ou think, be whal )oil are, shop around the corner lor sumo pay jour ilihtK of all kinds. Ihncrsoii. cream mid returned with a box Of cracker jack mid some gum. whereup-'n- d on his mother said sternly, "Hilly, did Ctrcasm? 'I riiliiiiian "When j.hi saw the ban- )oil glie the man In the shop jour dit crawling along the top of the car. note?" And lllllj answered delUutly. why didn't jou suj ninelhllig In us "No. I didn't gle (bit man my mile. I about II?" Passenger "1 ihoiight It wcad It myself." was some fellow who bail liuiiili'il ii short-cu- t way of getting Into his upper Mastered Second Profession. berth." .ludge. I'crraiilt was one of the ran geniuses who turned from the proren- of uudlcliie to that of art. Hewn Queer Men. He will go born lu llll.'l. being the brother of A man Is u ipiccr cuss, out uud git soused mid blow a born Charles l'crrault, Ihe noted barrister, and ring u cowbell for live hours be- tlnoiigh whoso Inllucnce he hcramc cause Milne dub he never saw In his life architect of the Louvre. The of this building, which he erect Hut If has been elected to something, ed, Is regarded ns uno of the lines! his wife uks him to pla) with Ihe for live minute be gels highly creations uf its kind uf the seventeenth ceuturj'. Indignant. Cincinnati Ihuiulrcr. -" colon-muldill-drc- How Some Arguments Are Won. Cpsimlstl; Thounht. ) "Sume iiieii kin nllus convince you An ouniv ..r iinticiice Is worth n ' In an iirsunu nt." kiIiI Uncle lllicn, pound of lirulni. (ley's pit oeccli ll tine How of IniiKimire (hit no mutter wluit (ley bays, Cut They Country. jou'h nfralil to tall; hack." il In n ! til, .;. $,';.( NHI.O. V) It co-- Is year to maintain its dykes. Word cf Different Meaning. K:irl means one thlm: to the fannBillion Yc.trl Lost In Clrdj. er mill imolhcr thlni; In his city iicIkIi-hu- r. 'the (leslrtlctliill of birds costs this When the lariuer penl;s of gvt-lln- u coimtr.t 1. 000,000,1 Ml a jcar. It In is up curly he may meiiii four o'clock, tlmiitcd. while when the clly man bas he gets up early he may mean six or eluht. Early Terms. In Ibe elreni(. Infiiney of basl.ii Breakage. runs were culled "aces," pltchi 'What ns that terrlhle racket over our house this morninir .Mrs.' "throwers" mid fielders "cotiti." i at SnilthV "Ntithlns out of the ordinary. ' l lie maid hroke some of our best china, Leading Question. J mid my husband broke one of the Com-- j Another thin- g- why slmiild Ihe brid. laiiiiilments." Ledger. Philadelphia love, honor mid obey her l.ubaiul wlier nobody else does (ialicMon New- -. Dally Thought. It Is for tins puipuse that we nro A Word In Time. friends that we may be of good serv"Ilc.v. Mike, don't come ilimn ile inn- - tu another. . , . Hast thou hat ladder on the norlh corner. I loo: seen thy brothers at enmity? Itecoii-cll- e ' Ihem. . . . Hast thoit seen ihein It nwny." I.clund Stanford CtwiHirr: wronged? Stand up in their defense, It is net on them but on thyself that True Greatness, lie N truly great licit Is Hltle In hlu. Ihoil are conferring the chief bcucllt. ) self, and that mnkelli mi iKYotnit c St. Augustine. height any of honors. Tluuua A'KcmpK ' jy J There's something inilued In beinif uhlp to Ull Willi the swiflnmM of sleilli. electricity and iiasollne. but then o s t. something that Is Itclng picked up nt one the going. place uud set down m another without al-lo-- "Going" Requires Effort. physical effort Isn't "going." High Honor Deserved. e xho father of the lifeboat In lea was James I'rancls, who was liorn li,)soii In 1S0I. lie dlisl'lu Wash-sloinjton In lMi:i. Three years before his death congress voted him a medal of pure gold, said to he the largest uud tluest ever given by this guu'riiiiieut to any Individual. It was presented to lilm with appropriate ceremonies at tho White House by President Harrison mid Is mm- uu exhibition ut the National museum lu WuIdugtun, Amer-Claudn - The Central Record, Thursday, February 22, 1917. farmer's column) below this heeiting 1. for ttie neln ire n,e of our urmer fiit.crltf rt. n1 1 tot irw tele of stock, rism ntil inch thing on term e, the farmer cannot afford to atWer-lie- . No notice will oe urcvMtd orrr tour Itnrt. end will I only In 'no lietica ol the 4tfft For Sale AT 1917 -- ANNOUNCEMENT- 19171? - T W Mm. eVmV IfHlillMMliml JlJ OF " " SWINEBROAD THE REAL ESTATE MAN. or- - Wm. (Successors to Hughe & d. Pryor, a Sinebroinl ( iroan, frrrntch.rre FOIl SALE-Two good milk cows. John N. Kosj. Air. Jolin Cress, of I'renchersville, has. lnrt) extra line sheep for sale, also it choice lot or st Sale:-Jerse- y r i hof, For cow with first calf, Mrs. Ma Tlnsley. fres.l For mutes hiiiI promising milker. Auction One car load of horses to be sold at Lancaster, Ky., I OF KENTUCKY. Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. Olllce at Haiti)' LANCASTER, Unrnsler l.lvery Stable. Kentucky Headquarters for Real Estate IN J. E. EDWARDS, M.D Phone I 391-- two year old Will sell one or by tho pair. W. S. Carrier. "THE LAND OF NOW" EXPERIENCE AND BUCKEYE, KY. KOIt SALE Walnut bookcase. rtrni secretary combined Good condition. Trice $25. Dunn lltos., lluena Vista. EFFICIENCY COUNT IN ALL BUSINESS.! The undersigned hereby give warning to all persons not to trespass upon our lands tor any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful law. Hunters and lst extent of Fishermen especially take notice. Fd & N Ii Price ILL. Elk in' tt-- POSTED references for "fair dealing." From my experience in the business I know bow, when, where and what Strayed from my home Friday, Feb. j to advertise. Uth, a brown spotted shepherd dog. To the one who has property to sell farm lands, city pro'rl), duellings Liberal reward if returned to thu of lots or business property, merchandise or any real estate pruioition, solicit fice or J. S. Merchant, I II. K. I). Lancaster. Some are broke to the saddle and some are work your business, believing can handle it to your entire satisfaction. List our farm or other property with me now. I now have on hand a horses. These are not Ponies but horses fit for work. lung list of parties who are going to buy something somewhere ami your pro- KELLY TOBACCO SEED. ertv may be just what I am looking for. Don't miss the sale. Sale begins at 10 a. m. rain Beware of Imitations. Other seed is To the one who wants to invest, I solicit your patronage ns I know values being sold under their names. and know that when )oU close a deal through me )oil will get "value received" The or shine. I for yeur money. genuine improved "atanding Up" Ilur-- . I have on hand for sale at all times a Large Number of Farms. Dwellings ley Toliacc Seed raised by H I,. Kelly and Suns, can be procured only from Citv Property not in the advertised list, as my list of property Is constantly ' changing, by sales, expirations renews!", listing new properties anil sou," of the ratter and is nut genuine unless put , upjin packages bearing a my bet properties are nut advertised at the request of the owners. of If yeu are a Application is now of Garrard County, write me and I will teli you tneir signature. pending in the U. S. l'atent OHice for all iiluut our County, its fertile soil, its products, market facilities, gissl roads. - s.iiools and churches, of Lancaster and its business, its people anil its growth. the registration of their signature us a trade mark and nil infringements will that I have never seen In print. It ! The following l lint a few of the properties I hae on Hand for sale now. doing mo more servlie than any have ' POULTRY HOUSE SITE. be prosecuted. FA It.MS. tried. Here It Is Take u half pint Seed picked from best selected pods, A f ni m of 2UT acres i early level land, highly improved, on pike. produced by, champion Hurley tobacco High Ground Best Location For All crude or raw petroleum oil ami add a A farm of 150 acres, partly rolling bind, good improvements, on pike with half teasMniurut of ml:sh Shake Season, of the Year. growerM'of 'Kentucky for the past 25 about loo acres of eliir and grazing Isnd thrown in, IIUli ground Is the hot location for these well together. To this add ten jears. A In.'tn of 'Jul acres on two pikes, can be divided in several farms gallons of water and a llltle purls No l'rice $1. per ounce. Send all mail the poultry limine, accotding to T. S. green or aisennte of lead It will kill improvements but a number of building sites. Fine location. Land lies well. Townsley. assistant In poultry hus- the worms inn! will to A fertile farm of 1M acres with splendid improvements, land lies well sthk tn the leaves II. L. KKI.I.V & SONS. bandry In the K mi Ms Stale Agricul, I apply this until the rahUise gnivvo iin.l i F. 1). No. 1. Lancaster. Ky tural college. preparation with a emnprewed air j A .small farm of 25 acres, with 5 room house, good orchard, well located, Or) lies Is a most luirtitiit fat lor sprajer, throwing It well Into the pike, close to school and churches. r 10 acres with Urge barn adjo.n.ng can to be considered in the selection of a heads and over the lender leave. The V ' at once. othly and evenly h" a'll,", '"""V :1" site for the oullry house. Oatupuess preparation tulxc ''- - acres, close to town, large tobacco barn and line building f,,r,n and will not Injuie the foliage In any Is one of the gteuto-- t eiienile of pouldwelling. try The Mill on which the limine Is way. It must Is- thoroughly mixed to site on pike for l.o effective. A farm of ;k acres, partly rolling, line lanit, splendid improvements right built should Iinve gmsl drainage. This on pike. The Ultimate Car. may le obtained by select lug high A fHrm of VZS Mrr,, I miles frni town, on pike, land partly rolling. ground or soil that is windy or of light Prune the Orchard. America's First gravel, runt lowers do not need to wait splendid improvements. Knight Motor Car. A farm of 110 acres of line land well improved, o'i pike accessible to mar until spring to prune their orchatds. A high location Ik desirable In winter also because ol tbe air drainage. ajs W. C. ltrlerley of the ilAbdon of ket of three county sests land lie's well, A smell farm of 1h acres, mile from pike, with good improv- The colli air flows into low places and horticulture. .Minnesota AgWultural causes frozen combs anil toes In poul- college. Ilesiilts at I nlverslty fiirilt n,eiUH ' show llltle r Iirrerei.ee ill tbe try wintering there. A southern slope ...... LMl """r;"11 ' Is preferable It Is warmest In growth iiial maturity of the wood , . New inogern dwelling of riHims, 2 halls, cellar, bath rooms, modern done any time quickly after a rain. where pruning has winter and dries Ix'tween November and .Mai. ' nprovements, furnace healtsl, electric lights, water works, small modern barn A northern exsiire should be moldIf the usiutl cure is taken to make 'and I aires of land. ed, for It Is cold In "Inter and warms the cuts iIom' to the main trpuk or A dwelling of fi rooms ami out buildings ami I acres of land. up late In the spring. If interested, write or phone branches no stubs will be left to die Another new modern dwelling of 10 rooms with all modern conveniences. I and deea.v, though the covering of A number of other dwellings and building lots. Ed. C. Bcnckendorf wounds vvllh a white load and oil paint Fur further particulars and prices inquire of IMPORTANT TO SPRAY or wllh eomit.oii grafting wax warmed WIl MORE. KY. to the consistency of cold luohtsecs will give ORCHARDS IN WINTER lug Isadded protection. Moderate prilubetter than heavy cuttiii Kir Sale- - Severnl cords Rood stove wood, price reasonable. I). M. Carter. Cartersville. Ky. Tuesday, March 6th. 1917 Our records for the past eight years show sales of more than 111, Mm acres of land, besides s large amount of town and city pioerty and slocks of merchandise, amounting to mure than $l,lk'0,liMI.H.I and this business wh dom to the entire satisfaction of more than 500 clients mid customers and they are my Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRobertt. M. At W. B. Burton's Mule Barn. J. PATRICK, Kuntuoky. V. 1 j Pmjit Lick, .lolin II. Casey, II. (irinliltitr 1 B. Veterinary Surgeon. intiimaii College. DANV1I.LK KI.NIUCKY. ' KING & EBLEN. Veicrinnry J. 3. Beazlev 27 PUNriRAL DIRECTOR Dlllc.- - Over National Hank lltesideiire I'tioiie 3, ()t!':ce Phone LANCASTLIt. KY. ,, I Stearns. " I'o-es- s.on Ladies Coats, Mens and Boys Suits to close out at cost. G. C. COX, Kg? Manse,Ky The Car For Luxury. Pride I I h OmreHeu,.) M. K. Denoy and W. A. Wheele Doclers Of Dtsla Sorcery. A and Service. Oft.c. -- siollnr. HiilMllievlrl Unit .on, itf mtitrr Siorr iud LANCASTEIt. . KENTUCKY. I - SWINEBROAD, THE REAL ESTATE MAN. Yon lo tfet our free ciitiiloj; on Wanted To Use a cut'iip grade of spru.v lug ma lerlal Is tv II. C. Arnold. J. C. Uigsby. Mrs. K. L. Frazee John Tatum. K. L. Arnold. T. It. Slavin. I!. L. Ilarker. l M. Moberly. We will add other names for 23 cent cash. HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. This Agreement Witnesseth; That in order to protect the game on our lands for a period of thieu curs we hind ourselves not to hunt thereon, nor permit an) body else to do so, anil we further agree to prosecute with dili-- , genee all persons who violate the game laws of Kentucky or trespass upon our lands for the purpose of hunting. And we further agree to act as Deputy Game Wardens for the purpose of ear- ning out this agreement. Except each of us have the right to kill rabbits on our .'arms or permit it to bo done by another under our suiervision, or tl,e supervision of some responsible anil reliable person selec'ed by us. This November 15th, 1916. It. I. Klkin, Jno M. Farra, W II. J. E. Robinson, V. H. Drown, Ilurton, Haseldeii Hros., J. II Dalton, John II, Smith. .1 N. Itnss, Fisher Herring, Hughes Bros, Withert, Hros. William, Marcus and Jim White. II. F. Wilmot, J. U. l'ope. Mrs. Duvid Chenault, Frtd J Conn, W. II. Cook, J. .V. Elmore, Huirman liroa, T. C. Ilankin. Sprey For Cabbage Peat. Sam Cotton, Win. 0. Anderson. 1 have been making a iH.iialty of T. M. Arnold. Jr. W. II. Moss cubbages but have la-eIt. E. Henry, Jno. M. White, onions and worms, much troubled with green Ilright Herring. writes it correspondent of the Amuil A. I), Hradshaw, It. I.. Ilurker. Scott Huffman can Agriculturist. I havu tried differ' Win. and Lizzie Onstott. cut formula: but have now found juo Alex Walker, T. A. Elkin, F. M. Tinder, Logan Hubble, (I. M. Deshon, II. H. Cox, J. W, Sweeney, W. M. Mahan, Lawtoii in tlie Mniuge Jiidd rariner. Tor sevonil Jiars 1 have usisl lime sul Last phur Willi more or less suiiess to try the soluble sulje.ir I phur eii:ii:siiiid and foiiiiil it V nun Ii better to handle and the results from rhurd sprit) lug were Impnued I that had not iepuilod ria HI) to former ticiitmcnt vvele In iitueli shape after a winter spraying Willi soluble sulphur compound. The winter sprav for fungus should be put on before the buds st.ltt In the spring. This Is the most ltiiKirtant ! spraying of all. for If tin orch.ird Is badly infectid with fungus no amount of summer sprav lug will give good fruit, while nn on hard given a thorough treatment of winter spra.v will give a crop of fruit In fair condition without nil) other treatment, lint If you wish o he sure of gelling llrt ilass apples the winter spru.v should be followed by iiiiolher later on when the blossoms begin to fall, and perhaps more spin) lug later In the season might bu ilesluilile. I'lilius mid peaches need seveinl sum mer spru.vs to keep down I he rot. Some form of arsenate of lead shoil'd bu used with the spray at the time the blossoms begin to lull, lis this will largel) do away with worin.v fruit. 1 nave rulml several iiiiuitreii nusiieis of cherries during the last few ),.,tr. and by giving them u th lug Willi lliuo sulphur and lead Just ua the blossoms full, huv never been troubled with wormy the r rlcM, only on the lopa of high lives where the spiny did not reach. Cher rlcri should have at least three spru.v lugs, thu first whin the blossoms full, tho second two weeks later nnd tlr. thlid lifter the fruit Is gathered. To get the light lesulla mi orchard trlmmiil, all should bo thoroughly sprouts and dead loaves cut mil, mid enough branches taken out ! give the sunlight mid ulr dec access to the (.en ler of thu Ins-- . For fruit, to be goisl. must have auiillght and ulr. eioimui. writes I". A. Beee For Farmers. a little beehive 111 )oiir .vnrdi If )ou h.iu n't vim are helping to oe the SI vvortli of honey plisluiis that :lle available In Minnesota ever) )ear and Is Hot collected their Jir- - lll enough Is'es to vvurth of stole it .Seal ) hoiiov i on!. I Ik- - piiMlu.el eveiy )rar III the slate. Hil) SCisi.ihsi worth Is (ol lertisl. The hone) isnild be collectisl at a minor by keeping as many hives of bees In even yard as can be fist fiom the lionev prisluels piiMluee.l ". aioiiiid. I'lofessiir Jager. Mlline-tol- a Aglieiiltur.il College. Have )imi Lancaster, Kentucky. WHIWIIMr'WJI I.ii.ii r xHf hkx-1- m .lo.(',ii 1 Reduced Excursion Fares to Rhubarb. Asparagus, Strawberries, Seed Potatoes, DahRoses, Fruit and Shade Trees Shrubs. GraDe Vines. lias. Ete. Kverylliing Writt: fur fri for On lintd. I own nnd No Ajjls WASHINGTON account the Cnrilfii t; I'ulnlogne. H.F.Hillcrmeycr Ml & Sons. inn; FOR An GARDENING. Inauguration Round Trip From $OZ"35 Junction City eMv7 via Ixxiiigtiui. Kftitut'ky. Interetting Basket That May Be Made at Home. Made of ho natural sliaw such as conies around boxes of tea, this husI ButlnFct.Phorogririhy BOOKKEEPING TYHIiWKHTNGjnd TELEGRAPHY WirEUH H.SMITH BUSINESS CQLLE3E It e ... SOUTHERN RAILWAY SYSTEM Ticket on sale Marvh 1, 2, .1, and 1 (IishI returning tn reach starting point Marih 111. , O'I l'rfi i.k I M n i Ii jUII.IU'H n Im w rr ' irtr fr irs ni,u ' "f nii "a ir H'w I. UmtHt Ix1icl Hi. i utll fc kl 1 i. JOHN WHITE & CO. LOUISVILLE, KY. Privilege of extension to Apul 10 by deposit ol ticket in Washington and payment id Ice ol $1.00, in:.' I Liberal tartment end lull velue peld !, . ii." 'A eyJefs?' A rare opportunity to visit and Is come acquainted with your nation's capital. For ticktts and full particulars icgarding tram service apply to C, II. Ilerberion, Ticket A sent, Junction City. MRS Hle-ee Ceet SkUe ffGi-oti end . r IIAMIV AIIIKII. r Schac! VI VI Lev. I '1 ', h ket takes n lullla h.iuille and a bit of ciubioldery done In giy wools. It may bo used us a iluruliig basket or, enlarged, fur gardening, 1. to H. C. King, Passenger & Ticket Agent 118 Eait Main Street, Lexington, Ky. !''iiiiwmii!9iettiHtiir 'in" mill m ''iijjwmbi aim Nut Bread. Three cupful vvbulo wheat or graham Hour, olio and lhiei'i)iniilerK cupful Lug. of milk, cupful llsh walnuts, chopped; sugar, four rounded teasixioiifuls of baking powder, one teiisponful salt mid one egg. Sift nil tho dry Ingredients, add chopped nuts ami milk; lastly thu beaten egg. Uuko In a alow oven one Phones hour. If you use graham Dour do not cupful of cut and lit it floured mIjIus uiy be udded. cup-fu- l. three-iiiuiter- s one-hul- f Oiie-hul- ( Jacob SchulzCompany IncoriHirated. HIGHEST PRICES PAID Shipment te Keeivel No Commiuioa to Pay Write for Price Li. I eej RemliLnce IbUil.d on Oer Fine Cul Flowers For. All Occasions. 3U9-F J Shipelai Tege 43 or 83. All Orders Receive Promct Attention i M. Sabel & Sons Ieuferou4 buUee4 IIM LOUISVILtr. KY. Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster.'