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The Central Record, Thursday Men Children Cry for Fletcher's Tho Kind You Hnvo Alvrnya Vonght, nnd which lirn been In mo for over !J0 years, lias homo (lio alirnntttro at 0 nnl litis been mrulo under liln pcr- fT sj&f-t-tr' Honal Mipcrvlslon since Its Infancy. CUCAiAC Allow no one. toderelva you In this. All Counterfeits, Imitation!) nnd "Just-iis-Roml " nro but Uxperliuentft tlr.it trlflo with nnd endanger tlio lienlth of Infants and Children Experience, ngalust Experiment, What is CASTOR IA Cnstotia l.s n harmless snhstltttto for Castor Oil, Par Borle, Pros n.iil Sootlilni Syrups. It is iileusnnt. It contains nclt!icr Opium, Morphine, nor other Nnreotlo Htilistaiico. Its nco 1)4 Us gtmrnntco. It destroys Worms nnd allays I'evcrl.sliiiess. Tor nioro tban thirty years It lias been In constant tt.so for tho relief of Constipation, Flatulency, AVlnd Colic, nil Toothing: Troubles ana Plnrrlin'.i. It regulates tho Stomach nnd llowels, iisslmtliitcs tho l'cxxl, giving healthy nnd natural sleep. Tho Children's Panacea Tho Mother's Friend. GENUINE CASTORIA ALWAYS Bears the Signature of I-I-l-t f-M-f-t 1 l-t-l I I I 1 I I 1 I I I I h In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought MT. HEBRON Mrs. Lanam Is on the sick Hat. , Mr. A. O. Montgomery's children are victims of whooping cough. Orbin the little son of Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Speaks in on the sick list. Rev. Lear of near Wilmore is con ducting a meeting at the Bourne school house this week. Miss Lucille Speaks of Highland spent a part of last week with her cousin Miss Christine Speaks. Mr. J. M. Vanderpool of Lexington was with his daughter Mrs. A. 0. Montgomery last Friday night. Miss Nettie Hunter who spent a patt of last week with friends here has returned to her home in Nicholasville, Mrs. Joseph Duncan and children were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Har rison Dean Saturday night and Sunday. nr. Jesse Kay sola his farm near Bourne to Mr. Herod Pains price $2220 Mr. Ray and family will leave im mediately for III., where they will re side in the future. Misses Mary and Katie Sherrow and little brother Johnnie were the guests of their cousins Misses Elizabeth and Christine Morford in Jessamine Co. Saturday and Sunday. Best Treatment for Constipation. 'My daughter used Chamberlain's Tablets for constipation with good re sults and I can recommend them highly" writes Paul B. Babin. Brushly, La. For .sale by all dealers. PATRON OF HOME INDUSTRY. PAINT LICK Miss Jeanette Eldridge was a visitor in Danville Saturday. Mrs. Jane Estridge of Richmond was a.viaitor here tne paat week. Miss Nannie Blacklev of Pee Wee Valley, is the guest of Miss Marv Lear. Miss Mollie Mayes, of Richmond is the guest of her brother, Mr. Harrison Mays. Mr. E. L. Woods has purchased a handsome Buick touring car from the Danville agency. Mrs. Robert Hill, of Isabella, Ten nessee, Is the guest of her parents; Mr. and Mrs. W. 0. Anderson, Miss Louise Rice has been on the sick list for the past wt-eK, but is rapidly improving, much to the delight of her many friendJ. The Dramatic and Glee Club gave their entertainment at Kirksville on Friday evening and in spite of the dreadful weather played to a good house, Mr. Ruben Ralston accompanied his sister, Mrs. Rodney Griggt to Indianapolis Wednesday where she will remain for several weeks under the care of a specialist. Mr. Ralston returned home Friday. Mrs. Laban Kirk and children of Paintaville who have been spending some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. C. McWhorter, returned home Friday, Mrs. McWhorter accompanied them and will remain several weeks. Mr, and Mrs. RoDert GuvnenteJtain ed on Saturday evening in honor of their Bon, Mr, Iwis Guyn and Mrs. Guyn. The occasion was Mr. Lewis Guyn's birthday, and a number of friends called during the evening to wish him many happy returns of the day, Mr. Lewis Guyn has purchased of Mr. Will FlUpatrick his farm lying on the Wall ace ton pike. As possession can not be given till next January Mr. and Mrs. Guyn have taken pooms with Mrs, Vina McWhorter. The people of Paint Lick are glad to welcome these friend bade info their midst He gets up at the alarm of a Con necticut clock, buttons his Chicago suspenders to Detroit overalls; washes his face with Cincinnati oat In Pennsylvania pan; sits down to aGrand "crc1 ca"lng she believed would make Rapids tcble; eats Chicago meat and Louisville flour, cooked with Cincinnati A Struggle For a Fortune A Slory of Hastcrn Su perstition By F A MITCIICL There Is no eml In I he ntiertltloii of the eastern heniNpherH. In India there Is a firm lieller In the trniisinlgm Hon of souls that K wheu u unman being dies the soul pusses Intu the body of mi Inferior iinlnml There was a woman. .Vlnnat who lived near Calcutta who was ossemisl of a larger ahare of this world' good than Is usual to mijr one In that conn try except the rulers She was old and Infirm, and the ouly n'iuu she bad tn comfort her was a sou. wbo was lu poor health Nlrmnl mined her Imit, he growing weaker every day, till at last he died In her amis l.n vlnu tin- body. !,. went out Into the yard, and the Mrs! thing she saw was a uewborn calf trying to balauce Itself on Its leg and looking at her with Its tlould eyes. She did not doubt that her son's spirit had passed Into the rnlf ami. going to It. threw her arms nlxiiit Its neck and crooned over It. If ever u (limit) nntiiial was born Into the world "with u silver shou la Its mouth" It was this cult A room on the ground floor was prepared for It. with a door that would enable It to to out and In at will. At one end or the room n trough was built for It rood. and since It did nut eat dainty rood It was given a plentiful supply of such ns a calf require When Xlrmal died she left her for tune tu the calf, nppolutlng nn ad mlnlstrator and guardian. At the mil mal's death the fortune was to paw tu the testator's little niece. Agya. then seven years old. Xlrmal was aware that It might be to the Interest of some one to kill tho calf In order to get po session of the property through Agya. wbo was but n child and unfitted to defeat such n purpose. Xlrmal there' fore appointed Kadur. a priest, whose him honest, to take care of the calf. This man bad charge of a temple I 1 C. ..! . ""s.c.u "no U muni- ..UU IUIU I1W m.u. u ou noma stove. ne plows pe wbllt wouI(1 nnppen t ,h d 1 1 A ..141- -! 11 . I (I. " " "-naiianooga piow ana bow to avoid adverse decrees of fate wnen Deaume comes he reads a chapter The oracle was the priest himself, whi from a Bible printed in Boston, says a I was concealed at tbo other end of the prayer written in Jerusalem, crawls under a blanket make in New Jersey, only to be kept awake by a Lancaster cat and a country dog the only Gar rard county products on his place. One or the Other. Mrs. Crawford "Do you think you'll be able to keep up with your neighbors?" Mrs. Crabshaw "If we cant, my dear, we'll move." Judge. More to His Liking. Proud uncle, showing oil small nephew of saintly countenance and seraphic eyes: "Johnny, wouldn't you like to be an angel?" Johnny, with cold scorn: "Not so long as there's a show for me to become a baseball pitcher." Explosion of Oil Lamps. Oil lamps do explode sometimes. but very seldom. If the oil becomes heated In any way It may explode. Also If the wick Is too small for tho burner, the flame may penetrate down Into the oil reservoir and Ignite tha on vapor ana air ana cause an ex plosion. Plenty of Smiths. The unassailable supremacy of the Smiths" In London can be estimated from the telephone directory. Trie- honorable family of Jones, for example. occupies not quite four pages. The? Robinsons, who havo a place with the greatest, do not require two pages. But the Smiths begin on page 762 and end on page 770. Whale Among Fishing Boats. A large whale struck the Ashing boat Jane recently, while It was en gaged in herring fishing Are miles oft Olrvan, Scotland. The boat was undamaged, but tho Incident caused considerable alarm among the crew. The S. S. Allsa. lying between Olrvan and Allsa Craig, narrowly escaped hav ing Us propeller fouled by one of three whales which were In tbe vicinity. Playing Safe. What will you charge," said a young man to a jeweler, "to engrave on the Inside of this ring 'From George to Alice'? It's an engagement ring, but I have to economize, you know," Well, sir," answered tho jeweler, "I would advise that you merely have the words 'From George' and then It will do to use again." Ntvcr Had a Chance. Mike waa out gunning for ducks with a friend, wbo noticed that although Mike aimed bis gun several times he did not shoot It off. At last he said: "Mike, why didn't you shoot that time? Tbe whole flock were right In front of you." "01 know," said Mike, "but every time 01 aimed me gun at a duck another wan came right between us," Everybody's Magazine. speaking tube, whence came tbe voice Those who received Information drop ped coins Into a receptacle set up fot the purpose, and tbe money was appro printed ty tbe priest. Iluslness at tbe temple being dull wben Kadur was left tbe rare of tbe in If. be relegated tbo temple to an other and accepted tbe new position not that tbe salary be received as nil mlnlstrator was more tban his profits as oracle, but tbe Income of tbe estate would enable hlni to feed tbe calf anil still bare- far more than be could make at tbe 'supernatural end of the speak Ing tabe. For a few yean be enjoyed tbe Mr qulsltes of Ms administratorship: then tbe calf, whlcb bad meanwhile become a cow, died. Kadur. having no Idi-n of giving up a good thing, substituted another cow and kept us heaping ui tbe funds. By tbis time Agya had i-oroe to n marriageable age. She luid often Mi ed tbe cow la It uuinger and knew not only lt ector, dut rverr xiiot on Ita body. Kadur bad uiatt-lu-d u well as he could til row of which he wax guardian, but it was Ituiw-wlble thai he should do- no exactly Kvery twtcli of color was dupIU-utisl. hut there mi. In the original a bluet ot tu white behind the-right ear that wns not pre flit Ln the- witwtltnte After the ward ran died Kadur !! i-uurnged Agya fmtu rlsitliiK the xu feasor, fear lag that she would dliivei Hit- fraud. Ue told ln-r that be hail had a dream that Iter "i-nusln" would fcU-k. nor to. death. Akj-ii grew viiipl i'Iuiih aad found a way to rWIt the manger when Its guardian wax ji I ,- 1 1 mid discovered the siibxtltullun Aeya hn itbe luiule this dlttincrt mid passed tbe uce wbni Indian idrl are uiarrled. for they wed In child hood, and, since unmarried trtrli In tlist eouutry lire couxldertd undi-xtni 1. 1. was earful that she would lx put nit of tho way She had 1'ivn ilm. far saved by tbe roct or hi-r prwiiw tivf Inheritance: but. now that .'ii. utter another would nomlii;Uh hold l-r fortune mid Kadur would nl nrli the Income, she feared that If tln iiinttcr became known xhe would l traiiuli'd Tbe original com uhiiIiI now Ik ten yitirx old. anil Aio's' fa thcr was thinking that It wan tluif kuc "hould die. Agya, mnr girt. wa In an agony of four lest lie hlmuld u pect fraud, make an Itivextlmttuu auil discover that a new heir had receded her property, for ln knew that tin one would have power to dereat the rax callt.v of n priest In the i-ourtx. nml her fortune would lie mnxldered lit Auya about tills time met n ronnt man. Ilustum, with nhuin sin- Ml In love, and be loved her She ii.iiIIiI.h) to him tbo situation, and the two pin their beads together to form a plan of killing tbe cow and getting tbe prop erty. This would be n dtUciilt feat to accomplish Find It would be next to Impossible to get at the lienst. for Kh dur bad got wind or Aura's visit m Hi, manger and kept xereral hirelings with orders to keep any one from aiveiua . the cow: secondly, there mimt l w'l nesses that she was dead. Due day a youui: man appeared hi the place where the priest lived nnd I applied for work. Ue declared that he I had bad n food for several days tun' begeed as nn esieclal favor that he Is-1 permitted to work for a little rice or n , meal He was turned away by tin. J servant, but ix-rdstrd In seelnu the' occupant of the premises In this he' succeeded, a I'd Knilur ituve hlni n tein I porary Job to watch the cow with thej others The triiliL'er on xii'luu if ' cow made a ki.lim- puttlim hl ra.v on the tloor. for the ra a "acrtsl animal In India Hit- ml of ri'tereuco , won Kndur's lontlilwi.i. ami tie iravfi the stninger a ierinaiiciit x....n n. i One day n tnnii llvlint hear I tin prom Ises went to Aityn's father mid tnld him that a few weeks lW..re he hid started on a journey at 'i o'clock In the tnornlim nnd had seen the dead body of a row removal from the priest's premises and n live row ItHtaMed In Its place- This settled Acyn's fate, and no.r rather made arraiiiri'ineiits with some persons engaged In the I unities-, of stfungllns unmarried girls to put his daushter where kIih uoiild iit him no more money Agya. who xr the men go into th bouse to rotifer with ber rather and suswti tbo iur.rt of ihe confer ence. listened to It lu coii.i-ilmi'iil and heard her father agrv to lake her Into a wood near by and deliver her to Met executioners The time uphiinted for this deisl was one week from that daj Xow. It was Itustuui "In. had hog ged Kadur for work and become one of the guards of the nrn Agya did not tell her rather that xhe and her lovrr had laid a plan to xt-cure her Inherit mice, for so great was his leteiein e ror the prlesthixxl that this noiild de feat the plan IliMum .until not ole the prohletii hy marrying her fur he had ant n rtix-e In the world Ittixtiim In applying to Kadur tor work hoped ) lull he might lie given the duty or watching the mw and In tendedlooklng out for an opHirtnnlty to exxe the fact that she w not the original tsiw that ns s calf had Ixstlllle the l'llll.dlllient of the .rlt or Xlriunl's xon and the Heir l the fortune that was to as m his iteath to Agya. ir he roiild not c.. Hi fraud iHissllilr be inlgbt kill t'o Hut this wonlil lw dllllciilt n oue iTson was trnx.il with liei inre and any such attempt In- Kirl nonld be rollisl hy the ottx-r care takers. W ben Agya heard thai six- nx to be strangled that lUy week knew It behooved her to be up nnU doing Slur coutrlved tv get word lo Itnstiitu of tbe situation that he inlgbt make baste In tbe sacrifice of tbe row that sbe might be saved. Itustant deter mined to pot bl scbemr In operation at onctt. Tbenr U no dearth of potwxu In India, and Itasiuui would buvr no ditllculty la mixing one of them. In the cow s foilder. Toe trouble wsm tv get witnesses- of tbe aril mal's deutn. In deed, this conld only he done- hv ror ruptlng tbe gunnL ftc tlustun nttllinl that wben she died kadur wxulil u) thoxe wbo were cognizant of hemusith to keep It a secret. If liusiniii en deavorid to forvstaU blm by .orruin Ing tbem blmxelf Ilk ruse bw wno Is t rayed by any of tbem be would is- xent away and tbe girl he loved wixtld he xtranglod Itustnai decldisl iiim to attempt to bribe any ene; the risk wax too great. One dark, morning before dayticsi Rnstum arose and. urHy dressed. xicJ- out Into tbe yard aad.tnklngisimeewaa hustlhles from under u pile of nibbfeib where be bad concealed tbem. placed I hem against tbe' cottier of the him where the-cow was kept nnd net Un to them. When tbe flames, were well started he raised a cry of Are nnd'heetu lo break down, tbe door of the uiarrcvr. ostensibly to rescue the cow HV had the day before weakened the door, autl it gave way under bis blows jiixt be fore persons- appeared on tbe eertie Itustiim, rushing Into tbe manger, tmk little syringe-from bis clothing and thrusting It Into tl cow. xqulrretl the routent under her skin. Then. uio.s enlng her, he led ber one Inm Hut yard By ibis time the-guards, wbo. were im: it ty only by day nppeamd'and persons In the- neighboring bouxes began to lining In. tu belp put out the Are Ka lur came down half dressed' ami. see lug that the cow bad Is-en. wtveil. iuui tered thanks to Vlxbuii nnd pnmil-ed Itnsruiu, whw, be wux told, nnd xal.il large rewnnl Itut xinldcnn "'ill- he- was rejoicing no her sufet" hegna lo stagger and 'In annihei iioment fell dead In prewm-e of the xsembleit crowd. A soon as Agya's. rather beard the death of the animal that stood ts tween bis daughter mid ber fortune b Instituted proceedings In the courts to give ber )NResson of It and. there he Ins many witnesses, f tbe cow's death bad no trouble lu getting It out of the hands or the administrator When this had been accomplished Instead or turn lug ber orer to the executioner be laid plan to marry & to a rich merchant Acyn tnld bee rather how Ituxtun. had saved her. but be would not t llere It. The lorers asked hlni If he would be convinced ir It were piiel that the cow had Is-en poisoned He said that h would nnd In that rnxe would consent to the marriage. tn turn then exhumed the cow, cut rlec from Iter, took It tu an laigllsti rlicmlt nnd asked him to una tyre It The hemlst resrtcd finding poison, and the lovers were married with tbe con sent of their parents As for tbe priest, he went hack to he temple nnd resumed bis work as n oracle, nt which he i-oiitlniird t enp up money nt the exs-nse of til se who believed This story may Is- i-nusu'io-ed gauzy, hut missionaries who iiavi inliored nmons lh.-us.rilUoiis class In India will testify that, while l'i-rc may be Incorren fcaiures In It, their la little or no overdruwlnu J&w 1915 Model The "Wonder Car." The sensation of the auto mobile world. The biggest automobile value ever offered under $1000. Powerful, fast silent and one of the easiest riding and most economical cars in tho world. A splendid, fully equipped real 5-pnssenger family l .1 ll'.l- Or m. L I!J automODlie. Willi Jinis xugn tension magneiu, aiiuuic oear transmission, left hand drive center control, anti skid tires on rear and Practically All the High Priced Features of High Priced Cars Tha easiest car ia th world to drfre. The greatest all arovmi bill c-KKing car ia the world. The car with a pure stream-line body. Holds the road at 50 miles an hour H. 6. Carpenter, Stanford. Ky Service Station, Somerset Street. On Garrard Milling Co., Lancaster, Ky. Catalog or Demonstration on Request. Yes Many People Lave told ua the same atcry distreaa after eating, gasabeartburn. A befme and after cadi wal will rtlleva yoK. Sold only by as 3Sc -R. E. McRobtrts Growlna Old, Growing old U a proceas from which there li no eicape. becauie the chem- Icali ln our bodies are so constituted that they must Inevitably undergo It Old age Is fatally written In our tis sues from tbe moment they come Into being. Tbe drying up wblcb marks It begins wben we stop growing and be come more and more rapid the near er we approach death. SUBSCRIBE FOR The Central Record 1000 Pony Coupons given with every subscription, New or Old. SOLDIERS IN EUROPE BECOME SICK WITH KIDNEY DISEASES Doin's Kidney Mil Are Being Supplied Free to. The Suffering Men. Any of Oar Readers Cao Try This Fa mous Rrsaedy Without Expense. Juit SeaJ For Trial Box. Hardships and exposure In the cold, wet trenches is crippling thousands of warring European soldiers with kidney troubles and rheumatism. The foreign offices of Doan's Kidney Pills are doing a good deed In giving this famous remedy free to every sold ier who wants a box. Foeter-Mllburn Co. of Buffalo, N. Y rnikers of Doan's, state that they will be glad to send a trisl of their medicine free to any reader of this psper who will write them for it. Thero are meny recommenders of Doan's Kindey Pills In this vicinity. Here Is a list of users who have publicly endorsed Doan's, Lancaster Endorsers Of Doan's Mrs. C. T. Urummett, Crab Orchard St. Will C. Davis, Danville Tike. Frank Hibbard, Water St. Mrs. J. W. I'umphrey, Danville, St. George Wright, Hotel Kengarlsn. W. M. Zanone, Crab Orchard, St. It. C. Faulkner It. F. D. No. 2 Box 1W. Mrs. B. F. Walter, Hill St. I. D. Austin, Stanford Pike. Mrs. H. G, Crutchfleld, Stanford Ave. C. T. Urummett, Crab Orchard St. FEEDS FOft FOWLS. B Supplied In Abundanct Thraugheut tha Ysar. Iterlnalni; ln the early fall, when tbe fillets ore put In tbe laying bouse they are given green com fodder cut fine In a fodder cutter. Stnlka, leaves nnd er nr cut together In pieces nverni; Ing ntsHit one-hnlf Inch lu leugtli. The birds eet this rhupped corn fodilrr greedily. It Is ono of tbe beat green foodi for poultry that we have ns yet been able to find, writes Professor Raymond Penrl In a reeent Maine c pertmeut stntton bulletin. Ita useful nesK U limited only by tbe sensun within which It U possible to get It. The feeding of corn fishier I cimtln ued uutll tbo frost kills tbe plants Wben tbe com can no longer be isl cabbage Is fed. The supply of this usually lusts through December, lu the event of the supply of rnhbiige falling lieforo It Is desirable tn start tho oats sprouter the Interval U titled out by the use of mangold. Prom about .Inn. 13 to Muy 15 green sprouted oats form the sourco of green food. Prom about May 1.1 until tbe roni has grown enough to cut frenb clover from tbe rnugu Is used. During the summer tho growing chicks on the range nre given Dwarf Essex rape and rnt green corn fodder tn supplement tbe grnts of the range, which rnher rapidly dries out nnd becomes worth less as a soiirro of green foorl under our conditions. Tho very young chicks la tbo brooders nro given tbe tops only of green sprouted oat rliopped up fine Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed nowadays. it reflects good taste and at once creates a favorable impression. Suppose you come and tee the many beautiful samples we have and get our prices. THIi Central Record. Dally Optlmlstlo Thought. Tbe light was given for ail. POSTED The undersigned hereby give warn ing to all persons not to trespass upon our lands for any purpose whatever as we will prosecute all offenders to ful lest extent of ts lew. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N 11 Price It. L. Elk in W. It. Cook. Mrs. Itebecca J. West. II. 0. Arnold. James G. Conn. J. C, Morgan, We will add other names for 2fieents Are You a Womu? I Cardui Tin Woman's Tonic fM Iki AT ML MNMITS r I ii- cash.