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The Central Record, Thursday May 219 D. D. D. PRESCRIPTION for IS years The Standard Shin Remedy Children's Night at Our Forthcoming Redpaih Chautauqua Children tJVFmVcIier's Instant Relief for all Skin Troubles R. E. McRoberts. Dnigitfst, Lancaster, Ky. h t ft BMsttaLa...i..r,i l.Tm.i. r,i1 Wat ...... ..an HEAD LIGHT. Head Light will mnke the season of 10!5 at our barn, 3 miles below Buckeye on the Buck eye nntl Lancaster pike at the very low price of SIO.OO TO INSURE A LIVING COLT. Head Light is n bay with white points, 0 years old, 1554 hands high, has plenty of body and natural style and action. Ho is a great horse and n good breeder. He was sired by Red Leaf 21391, record 22614. Trial 2:16. half 1:0G4 the sire of Mary 2:285 and Red Spite 2:29 He by C. F. Clay, record 2:18. His first dnm was bv Granby, record, 2:lf)K: he by Princeps. 2nd dam by Blacks Hamiltonian,3rd dam by Red Wilkes 1749. Also at the same time and place Will stand -our pony, SHELBARK At $10. to Insure a Living Coit. Shelbark Is by Dock Gray, an Imported Shetland and out of Coys Shetland Pony. Shelbark is 52 inches high, beautifully mark ed and is a splendid individual. He is known as the Webb Ilainey Pony. We will also at the same time and place stand our big 6 year old Jack, GREY TOM at $8.00 to insure living horse mule and $10. to insure living mare mule. Money due when mare is traded, sold or bred to other (stock. Will use every means to prevent accidents but not responsible should any occur. RAY & ANION Phone 387-H. Buckeye, Ky. Averaging about two cents a mile in daily use, Ford cars are a necessity to every business man, doctor, salesman or farmer. And they serve the family just as well. Every man is his own mechanic with a Ford. No need of high-priced experts. And "Ford After-Service for Ford Owners" is a good thing to remember. Buyers will share in profits if we sell at retail 300,000 new Ford cars between August 1914 and August 1915. Runabout $440; Touring Car $490; Town Car $C90; Coupelet $750; Sedan $975, f. o. 0. Detroit with all equipment. On display and sale at THE Richmond. MADISON GARAGE, IXCOlirOtUTED Kentucky. Visit s tkMitoniia ntsissis--' Don't miss the wonderful opportunity for educational and pleasure travel afforded by the Panama-Pacific Exposition San Francisco Panama-California Exposition San Diego Tickets are on sale every day at Very Low Excursion Fares via Southern Railway ' Premier Carrtr of tho South For full Information, see Ticket Agent, Southern Railway or write D. H. Todd, District Hassan gr Agent, Southern Railway, Louisville, Kr. HIETHBflf BltHHPB LssLsfl Ell m EsslHslllllssflsssBflssBLl -tj easlllllllllH LLLLLLLLhLLLLLhI hHIhmbk k iJBBsssn bLLLLLhTiu I r 5-vrlR"'f ' vssW sMassir.isMsni iflarln FEATURES OF THE TABER PROGRAM. TAKER, n magician of fifteen yearn' experience. "Ill tie In charge of Children' Night Ht Die forthcoming Chau tauqua here. Hut. while especially for children, bis program will he filled with surprise anil fun fur old and young nllku. The Instantaneous production of flowers and showers of silk comprises one of the feature) of the first part of the evening. There are also experiment In ra called splrltualWm. Talnr" cnhluet tricks never fall to astound hU audiences. A committee Is brought to the plnlform conltlng of locnl people. One of the committee ties Tatar's bands securely to rings at each end of n tutr which lias first been passed through an opening at the top of n post. With his hand thus securely fastetKsl. the curtain Is drawn. Soon cowbells begin to Jingle and strange noles are beard within the cabinet. Then the cabinet Is ocnrl atid the magician Is seen tied securely Just as the committee left him. A member of the committee Is then taken lulde the cabinet The same noises nre heanl and hands appear above the curtain. When the curtain Is drawn again the. mcuilHT of the committee Is shown with the cowbells about his neck and his coat nearly removed. A true to life Impersonation of the world's most famous magician, Hrrm inn the (Jreat. Is In many respects marvelous. Talwr performs a number of Hermann's best experiments with all the cleverness of the original. HEALTH I DISEASE OF POULTRY. thev might roam. I believe in giving credit to whom credit is due, therefore let's give the wife credit for her work and show her our appreciation by offering to lend a helping hand. It is said, that a man's I work is from the rising of the sun to 1 the setting of the sun, but a woman's J work is never done. So let's assist some in this work and thereby increase ' the profit and the pleasure. Thle department li conducted by Ku.ell 1' I Brown. If your bird, are tick, write linn be will tell you through thU department where your trouble lies. II you want a personal re-I plyneuda itamped enteloe. i WOMAN'S WORK WITH POULTRY. It has often been proven that women are better workers with poultry than men. Being endowed with a gentle disposition, more tender heart, more patience and motherly instincts, they possess the necessary qualification for successful poultry work. Women are more pains-taking than men. They have a greater tendency to watch the chickens closer, and will hear their every cry of want. Women as a rule are cleaner than men, the water vessels will be scalded oftener, the food prepared better and the finished pro duct marketed nicer. They seem to take to the work naturally and there is scarcely a woman bu,t what enjoys handling and working with chickens. On our farms for years past the women have had charg if the poultry entirely. The men think they are too trifling a matter to require any of their attention. This should not be, while the good house wife will possibly al ways attend to the flock, there are many things that she can not do and she could succeed much better if the husband would give her a little of his spare time. He could make brood coops, keep the hen-house in good con dition, white-wash things a little how and then and show some, appreciation for the good work the better-half Is carrying on. It has been noticed that some ot our best poultry exhibits of the country have been made by women. They seem to know when the fowls feathers look the best and hew to prepare, them to have them retain their good looks. Many women today who have a small space of ground or even a farm are wondering what they could do to make a living for themselves, there is no better way than in the poultry business. One woman without much house work to do can care for five hundred fowls, and five hundred fowls handled right will net a nice profit. Many a woman has sacrificed her time from the house in order to try to encourage a son to raise poultry, hop ing thereby to be able to keep him on the farm. If more of our mothers would do this, more cf the young men of today would stay on the farm. Even if they did not they would learn tome lesson, from the poultry business and from that dear, good mother that would be beneficial to thvm no matter where You Can Enjoy Life Eat what you want and not be troubled with indigestion if you will take a gjoBJL Dyspepsia tfSSSsSm Tablet before and after each meal. Sold only by us 25o a box. R. E. McRobsrts Loanly Court Days. Richmond, 1st. Monday. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort. 1st. Monday. Harrodsburg, 1st. Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford. 2nd.Mor.day. Shelbyvillc, 2nd. Monday. Carlisle, 2nd. Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monde;-. Lawrenceburg, 3rd. Monday. Nicholasville, 3rd. Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday. Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. LANCASTER. 4th. Monday. Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Versailles, 4th. Monday. STABLES FOR COWS. Dairy Cattl. Pay Dett Profits When Comfortably Housed. The dairy cow, unlike the fattening atcer that Is protected by layers of fat, needs to lx comfortably boused to do good work. This is a maxim laid down by Professor O. II. Kckles In his book on "Dairy Cattle and Milk Pro duction." According to this nuthor, the loss from exosuru to cold, and es pecially cold rain, results In much larger losses than the actual amount ot feed requlrtsl to maintain the nut nial heat under the unfavorable condi tions. The Importance of housing Is generally understood anil pmctlcisl In the colder climates. As n rule, more The futility of uslnir vcrub rat tle in the dairy I twine rapidly Imprest., on milk farmtr. It coxti Just ua much to keep a poor cow at u koo1 on. Tht-n why traita time on rattle that tartly pay ex pemta? AH of the dairy treed are profitable when wll cared for. Jer.eyt and Quermeya produce milk rich In butter fat The Ayrshire t a iplendld all around com, while for quantity of milk the Ilolstttn la unaurpasaed. The picture ahowa a typical Jeraey. Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danville. Ky. North-bound. No. 10 Cincinnati Express, daily 4:30 a.m. No. 4 Pan-American Spe cial, daily 0:03 a.m. No. 28 lilue Grass Special, daily except Sun...G:08 a.m. No. 14 Carolina Special, daily 7:00 a.m No. (1 Local Express, dolly 1:35 p.m. No. 2 Cincinnati Limited, daily 5:20 p.m. No. 12 Royal Palm, dolly.. C:37 p.m. South-bound. No. 6 L o c n 1 Express, daily 11:05 a.m. No. 11 Royal Palm, dally..ll:20 a.m. No. 1 New Orleans Lim ited, dolly 11:35 a.m. No. 13 Carolina Special, dally 10:15 p.m. No. 3 Pan-American Spe cial, daily 11:35 p.m. No. 0 F loridn Spe- clal, daily 11:52 p.m. No. 27 Hlue Grass Spe cial, daily except Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m. For rates, routes and Information call upon or address M. J. Coughlin, agent; 'phone 340. losses from exosure occur lu those regions where, from the usual mildness of the clliliute. stilllclclit provision Is not made for thu severe weather that occurs only ut Intervals. There Is auothcr plianu of the sub ject that Professor Kckles thinks should be emphaslied us well. There U no doubt It payu as it financial prop osition to have well iirrangcd, sanita ry barns making the cow moro produc tive by being more coinfurtuble, labor moro cUlclcut on uccouut of being bet ter satisfied ami thu expense of labor less on uccouut of coiiveuteuco lu ar rangement. A sanitary barn Is not necessarily an expensive one. Many nn Inexpensive structure Is, or may be, mora sanitary than some 111 arranged, badly kept, but expensive, burn. Iu considering the matter of barns it Is well to study carefully bow closely the conditions ot curly summer may be maintained throughout the year. The dairy cow does her best lu tho early part of thu summer when on n good pasture. The maximum production reached at this season Is possibly large ly on account of tho excellence of the food, but at the sumo titno tho animal enjoys a modcratu temperature anil clean, comfortable surroundings. Tbcru Is an abundance of fresh air and sun light, and tho cow has perfect freo doui of movement. Keep these condi tions its near as possible In the barn, and good results will follow, A cow kept In a dark basement barn, sur rounded by foul air, with her bead fait In a rigid stanchion and her body more or less filthy, Is at far from summer conditions as Is her milk production below that ot early summer. TIio Kind Yon Ilitvo Alwnys Ilonght, ntitl which Ims i,Ccn in uo for over HO jours, liiit horno tho Mgtmttiro ot anil Ims liccn mitilo under Ms per- , koiihI Mipcrvlslon xlnro Jt Infancy. -&iSyy&c6i-t( Allow no loilccclvn you In this. All Counterfeits liiiHnlloiiintiil '.Tiist-ns-goml ttro lint Kxpc rlmi-ii' Unit trlllo ltli ami eiiiliuiger tho ln-iillli of lufupts mid Clillilrcii Kxycrlunco iigalnst KxpcrlmcuU What is CASTOR I A C-tor'x l it li.irinli'Mi uttlislllttlo for Cnsfor Oil, Pars fci : : , , rt i n tl Smitlilnu: Syrups. It Is plcaant. It oti . i ii.-ltlH f Oplir.u, lorplilno nor other Nurrollu . lis nt'i Is It Ktiitninteo. It ilextniy Worm wr. !it;e-s. I'or litoro than thirty yearn It it I : eoiiv;.int tiso (or tho relief of Constipation, a-;, A.Itnl (ol'.f, nil Teetlilntr Trimble and '. i. U re"iilatei tho Stotuaelt nntl Itowols, s ti 'i rood, gmnsr ni-nnny aim natural bleep. I i t ) I j ;...-.' nsslml' TIio Cliilurcn's I'ltnncfii TIio ?Iotlier'n 1'rlciiil. GENUiNE CASTORIA ALWAYS Beura the Signature of In Use For Over 30 Years The Kind You Have Always Bought. 1510 c iu d c tfftws V3 ) Message No. 5 To the Business Men of Lancaster Tht prosperity of a city Is In ditrct ptopottlon to tha local prida. Whaia local pride runs high, prosperity has a firm foothold. Such a town la a food place to live and do business in. Paint helps to a remarkable dee'ee In spreading an impression of prosperity throughout a community. It icivea a freah. new, invitinj; look wherever it la used. Municipal buildings, stores and homes feel its rood effect!. Growing buaineas ia bound to be one ot the direct resulia of a liberal use of paint, not horn any magic In the paint, but because of the pride which is stimulated. Phoenix White Lead (Dutch I lor Painter Trad Mark) miied with pure llnteed oil Is the paint of quality and always has been. Lasting nd economical. Get in touch with us today, We carry all painting requisites. C. C. 6 J. E. STORMES, Druggists, Lancaster, Ky. 9 FARM FOR SALE. On Juue 16th, 1915 at 1 1 A. M. The Stephenson farm will be sold by public out cry on the pramises situated two miles north of Ilurgin on the Danville and Shakertnwn pike, and the Q. & C. rait road. The farm consists of 415 acres of land which lies well, is in a good state of cultivation, and is exceptionally well supplied with pure stock water, running from two unfailing springs. It is in onn of the bst wheat, hemp and tobacco sections of Central, Ky. and will produce a splendid yield and quality of the above named crops. The improvements consist of a beautiful seven room frame dwelling two stories, cellar and porches, furnace heated through out (built in 1915) A large well planned stock tarn, large recently built tobacco barn, and all necesa-y out buildings, fruit and shade trees, all of which makes it a very attractive home. The farm will be oirered in three tracts and then as a whole 116 acres with the improvements, 150 acres fronting on road and railroad; 80 acres with good frontage on Danville and Shikcrtown pike. Terms liberal which will be given on day of sale. For further informs tionlcall on W, II. .Melson. Lexington or (J. M. Italian! on the premises. W. B. NELSON, Agent, Lexington, Ky. J JP-st To INSURE In a Leading American Company Such as the Springfield Fire and Marine. CAPITAL 2,oo,000,00 8 1 3& THOMAS & ELKI1N, Agents. 1 The Centred Record 1000 Pony Coupons given with every subscription, New or Old.