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The Central Record, Thursday July 20 19 Id.
HIIIHIIIHIMIIIIII)WMtMlllltltl I IKjfl Dr. Wm. D. Pryor, Veterinary Surgeon and Dentist. OMlce at Bainey a Livery Stable. Lancaster. - Kentucky Ji. W. Morrow, Graduate OpUclat ainnt. Filled. g.tuf.cllon Gn.mitttd Honakex Fine Cut Flowers. John M. McRoberts. H. J. PATRICK, Dentist. Paint Lick, Kentucky John JI. Cuscy, D. V. i Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate Cincinnati Veterinary College. DANVILLE. - KENTUCKY J, A. Beazlev FUNERAL DIRECTOR Odlce Over National Hank. Itcsidence I'hone 3. Office I'hone 27 LANCASTER. ICY. Three Brown Manley CULTIVATORS!! to close out at cost. G. C. COX, Manse.Ky Phone OmceHurat-m M. K. Denny and W. A. Wheeler Doctors Of Dental Surgery. Offlce: Slotme. EnlldlngoTei Una & Ander .oil's uruiture Htoie. LANCASTER. KENTUCKY. TREES Fruitand Shade Trees Strawberry Plants, Shrubs, Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses, Phlox, Peonies Everything for Orchard. Lovn and Garden. Write for free Catalogue. No Agts H.F.IIillenmeyer & Sons. Lexington, Kentucky. 191G BOURBON nOG CHOLERA REMEDY rrcTffit. ind Curtt CHOLERA, WORMS, COUGH, THUMPS. r. ..irA. . ,,rmi. r.mlitt. Ifie how.1,. lit!, dictation .nil Ic.uit. ho. 10 l.tt.n ouitklr. t e It In th Id and drink nd your Fbon. will nrf he chol.n. Ce,l. enlr 5e. month let etch hot. Don'l w.ll until thff SM ilc. Putin ei.mir your hj. Ihll m.diclne sow nJ Vrrp thrm Ir.c from worm, nd diKt. At All Oru((lU. BOL'RBON ItMEDY COMTANY, l.il.ito.. Ir. Soli in Lancaj'er, Ky., by J. R. Mount, Son & Co. Antagonism That Helps. Ho that wrestles Willi us strengthens our nerves nnd sharpens our skill. Our antagonist Is our helper. llurko. To Clen White Paint. Wlilto imliit limy lit" clitinoil liy rub I'lnp It gently with n soft llnnut'l lipltl In n pnsto mntlc of whiting nml witter nml n little snap iHiwilcr. KENTUCKY NEWS CUT TO THE QUICK FOR BUSY READERS i Several canes of infantile paralysis arc reported In Louisville. Scvcnty-flvo per cent of the popu lation of Kentucky Is rural. There are moro silos In Kentucky j,as calleil n public On ncconnt of a disastrous storm In Florida the delegation of fanners se lected by tho Department of Agricul ture of Florida to visit this stato and Inspect Ihn method of farming will not make tho trip. Commissioner of Agriculture. Cohen was notified by the Florida Department of Agriculture that the trip had been called oft. Kentucky is to havo an up-to-date code of Are protection under regula tions being prepared by Slato Fire Marshal Thomas 1). l'annell In nccord anco lth the act of 1916. Tho work Is so fnr along that Marshal Fanned hearing on tho Two of a Kind. Mnrs, the planet, hns no rain or clouds, making n close analogy be tween It and tho earthly Mars, the symbol, which nlso stands for sonic of the great lilghts of discomfort. Growlna Young. There nrp two wny In keep from growing old: tin- flrt N In tile young nml tho other I to keep joting. The nplj-lt of youth Is ctiltlvntril by lenrii lug new thing. A ilero to know l followed by mental growth. Thin you grow young In splto of wrltiklc- nml gray hair. (ban In all the states of the central regulation to bo held in Frankfort South put together. - July 27. Kentucky has the largest white 1)urnR a ono wcck ,nvcsp:ltlon ln population of any stato south of tb. ,Mlnf.,on by l0 ,,, ot caUh( Ohio river. .... 3.210 pounds of meat found In res- The value of f.ym property In Ken-', aurants wag condemned, slaughter tucky s over $S0,00O.O0O being larger ,,, wcr0 reported n9 MnR , n lliiill 111 a I Vk UllJ UlUl'i PiUlU iu tuu fllth V 1 South. n-oi mnrtf fnr Ihn lntf.ili.if inn nf n The Sovcrjh Tubcrulosls District munc,p:l, abattoir. Tho dairymen of Kentucky Is planning n largo sana- c ,varncii ,nat cIcaner milk torlum between Covington and .civ- ., ,)0 npd, PThcrc are more people In Kentucky' Su." J" fl,,od ,ln ,ho Clrcn worth tS.000 and over, and more with c,ourt f I!ol1 co,,n e?X Incomes of $2,500 per 3ear and ovcr.'V'T ya!at,e'Jls lh ?tM than In any state In the South. f "0tlJ- C' C' MaV, mk nn Health authorities In every Mown - '" " Art for Art's Sake. "How tin you know thno picture nro worth what oit paid for them?" "I ilon't know It." replied Mr. I'tiin rox. "ltut I'm not worrying. When I get through with (ho stock Holier condition and recommendation j ilnwn town, I don't propose to come home nml M inly ket quotations." n now lino of tnur- POSTED The undersigned hereby g've warn ing to all persons not to tresjiaas upon our lands tor any purpose whatever 9 we will prosecute all offenders to ful lust extent of O-i law. Hunters and. Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N H Frice R, L. Elkin W. U. Cook. .Mrs. Itebecca J. West. II. C. Arnold. James G. Conn, J. C. Morgan. J. I'. Itland. Long Bros J. H. and V. S. Weaver J. Booth Sutton. Y. T. West. W. L Lawson and son. Ilowntil King, Miss Carrie Uoulden, J. II. Iti'Ksby. J. C. Hiirsby. A. U Miles, J, II. Thompson, II. L. Kelly. Frank Thompson. D. M Anderson. Davis button John Kicliarilson, J. II. Woodi. J no. 1. Farra. Duvid Steven. S. C. Higsby. J, II. Thompson. Am ii ml ttl liourne, Mrs. J. Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar I'. It. Thompson. W. II. Cummins. Jerry Bland. We will add other names for 23 cent cash. A Neatly Engraved Visiting Card Is THE proper thing for a lady or gentle man to present nowa days, when making calls. Come and see what a beautiful line of samples we have and get our prices for 50 or more. CENTRAL RECORD and city ln Kentucky wero ordered to partnership formed by Mr. Mayo, M. ' ' - ' . i , - .. .1 11 !...,(.. H 11... .m,,l .nh,l mritimb f Inhnlll. "" ""u "-J.""" ' "-, paralysis In a proclamation Issued by fon- f rkvle. The petition, tiled tho State Hoard of Health. $f re,pr' ave" h tho "?flu ,0 le , Kentucky ranked fourth as a coal , d'11 CJtcceJ a mllllon dollars- I producing state, 2S.119 miners turn-! Henry V.'atterson has been named Ing out 21.361,674 tons of coal, valued honorary chairman and William .Mar at $21,491,000. Tho mlnrcs averaged shall Hullltt, chairman of the commit-' 1S6 days ot work ln tho jear. I tee, to arrange for tho reception of ( A Holsttln cow belonging to riobcrt President Wilson and other notables Whlpps, a farmer residing near Mays- 'upon tho occasion of their arrival In vllle. gave birth to trlDlet cale. nil Kentucky to participate in ceremonies I elfers, and all are the same die and Incidental to turning Lincoln Farm, healthy and strong. llodgenvllle, over to tho United States ( The State Workmen's Compensation oovcrnment. ; Board held a conference In Frankfort ) The fchool per capita In Kentucky alth representatives of tho Insurance this car was fixed at 13.10 by Super-( ompanles ror trie purposo ot consider-, lntenilent or I'uiuie instruction till ing tho establishing of a rating bureau, bert. This per capita Is a reduction George llraden, of Louisville, who of 13 cents per child of school ago ln retired as president of tho National tho stato fiom last year. Tho per Fertilizer Association, criticized the capita U based on an estimated rove- work of tho county agent system In nue for school purposes for tho state Kentucky. lat 3,791,753. The nverago for teacher Tho East Jelllco Coal Company at per month will bo about 116.2.,. Pincvlllc. being unablo to redeem children of fallen women In Padu bonds to tho amount of $140,000, has'cah are being placed with good fatal filed a voluntary petition ln bank-' ues Dy the Charity Organization So- ruptcy. 'clety until their mothers can earn a Kentucky Progressive lenders. In icctimato Hvinfe. The society Is pay- rcsslon ln Louisville, decided to stand inc tho families to take care of tho for a national third party ticket and children. If tho mothers fail to be-1 repudiated the action of Itoosevclt and Come good citizens tho children will Perkins In deserting tho Bull Moowj .be elven to families for adoption. h'P' Several mothers have agreed to start Pearl Marquis, a Paris engineer, iifn over asain. ended hU life by shooting himself In! Th. nhnn.nrn,, .,.., of tho Ken- ttflw TltnMMrli!ir-f1 I Inrsn A ncinrf.l saying that "the Fmiirrels have been ! ,on flas phown nt ,ho meetlnB of lUo chasing me for two ears and have , dlrcctor6 , lAxlnsiton tthcn R was Cnally got me. .tnnnniwil thnt irifmlieraliln hrin now reached 476 from all parts of tho United States. This U considered re- Worn Otii? No doubl yet are, if you sulfcr (rem any of the numerous ailments to w liicli an women arc sub ject. Kcad.iche, back ache, sldc.iclie, nervous ness, weak, tired feeling, are some ol the symp toms, and you must rid yourself of tlicm in order to feel well. Thousands of women, who have been benefited by this remedy, urge you to TAKE Cardui FARM and Personal Property. I.esllo Gifilett, 5j years old, a laborer, was struck by a C. & O. train The Woman's Tonic Mrs. S)Ivania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., says: "Before taking Cardui, I was, at times, so weak I could hardly walk, and the pain In my back and head nearly killed me. After taking three bottles of Cardui, the pains dis appeared. Now I feel as w ell as I ever did. Every suifcring woman should try Cardui." Get a bottle today. E-63 As executor of the will of Rebecca J. West and pursuant to said will pro bated In June 1915 by the Garrard County Court, I will sell her farm In Garrard County, Kentucky, five miles east of Lancaster, and one mile Trout the station of the L. 6 N. K. R. at Hyattsvlllc, on the Kirksville and Hyattsvllle Turnpike on Tuesday Aug. 1st, 1916 at two o'clock P. M., on the premises, rain or shine, as the said is made to settle her estate. TF.K.MS: 1 lure is iitmnt 283 acres in sniil fnrtn. nlxnit I .'III nrres nn tlio onst Mile tif t lie turnpike tintl about 15;) nerts en the est side. Said liniil will lio firs! nirereil in sniil two tract, nml (lien as n whole, nml tlic lihl or Mils will lie nccepieil. which will renl'm" the nitt iiiniiey; rnitl Inml lo v mM liy il.e acre ami to lie sureycl nml so paid for mi'l cuuveyi'il stiliject to saitl .stirey Honils with tfuotl fccurily to he rrcjuin-d of the purchaser, one half the purchase money to he due January 1st, 11)17 anil the other one half in two liomls or notes of equal amount due ami payable iu one nml two years from Janunrv 1st. 11)17 and to benr interest at (i m t cent cr annum from Juntiary 1st 1017 I'osesMon to be Riven and tlettl made when first bmul is ptiitl on January 1st. 1!)17. seeding privi leges given in the fall of l!)(i. A lien to le retained on said land lo secure said bonds ami notes. There is on said farm n dwelling house with cigfit rooms ami two porches, stock barn, crib ami other outbuildings; nlso two good tenant houses, three tobacco barns nml u pair of scales, splendid water and well watered, and the Inml is in a high state of cultivation, one half in grass. The farm will be fold first; after which I will also sell live work mule;, one brood mare, one mule colt anil the farming imple ments of all kinds. No household or kiiclitn furniture to be Mild All amounts under twenty-live dol lars cash. Notes wiih goal surety with interest from date due January 1st. 1!)I7 for nil amounts over twenty five dollars. Marion Johnston, who lives on the farm, will show it to prospective purchic-eis.ntid Col I. M Dunn will act as audit. nrer. For further information apply to G. B. ROBINSON, Executor, Danville, Ky. Phone'377. In Maysvllle and instantly killed. Ho,t,,,, ,n .,. , ,hn ., . ' ..v., i " '"""organization Is only thrco months old of the train In his hurry to return to work. The sale of parl-rrutual pools will lo permitted at the Mt. Sterling Fair, July 19 to 24. as a result of a decision of tho Court of Appeals In tho ca5e of the stockholders against the (air association. mong the states south ot the Ohio Tlvcr, Kentucky leads In the produc tion of dairy and beef cattle, horses. poultry, sheep and wool. It leads also ln corn, wheat and tobacco and comes second lu hay and potatoes. The body of Corporal DavU Marks- liOry, killed May 23 in a battle with. Villa, iiflndits in .Mexico, was returned to his homo in Harrodsburg, where burial was made with Impressive cere monies. La-Vlers will bo tho namo of tho new town to be built between Sargent and Craftsvlllc, In tho coal fields ot Kastern Kentucky, by tho South-East Coal Company, of which II. LaVIers, of Palntsville. U manager, tho Initial work having already been started. The experiment of working con victs on tho public roads will be tried in Hell county, not later than August 1, according to Ito.nl Commissioner Vlley, who returned to Frankfort after an Inspection ot tho roads In Bell county. Death claimed ono of Scott county's oldest residents, when Mrs, Kato Warren Cobb, 75 years old, passed away suddenly. Mrs. Cobb was the widow of Albert Cobb, tho well-known writer. Shn was tho heroine In his notl, "Fifty Years In tho Wilder cess." Judgo Gilbert, of Shelbyvllle, has Inaugurated a new practlco in tho Juvcnllo Court whereby the parents of youthful thieves will be required to make good tho amount of their spec ulations, or submit to a lino which must be worked out in Jail unless It Is paid In cabli. Prof, II. Carman, chief ot the de partment of entomology and botany at tho Kentucky Experiment Station, strongly urges that tho persons In charge ot that part ot tho Dlxlo High way in thin State shall plant con tinuous rows of native Kentucky trees along Its whole course. During tho month ot July according to figures just given out, there wero 2,63S,1C5 pounds of tobacco ot the 191& ctop sold for $2S6,772.18, or an average of $10.10 per 100 pounds. There were also sold $578,413 pounds ot the 1914 crop, bringing $39,634.43, or an aver ago of $10.31 per 100 pounds. Kentucky came In for her share ot I'll- honors at tho meeting of Iho Na tional Educational association held In York. V. 0, (iilbert, superintend ent ot public Instruction, was inado a director and Prof. M. A. Cassldy, of Lexington, a member of tho nominat ing committee ot to National Educa tional association. Applications for membership branches from Montreal and Hamilton, Canada, wero approved. 1 Covington has taken two legislative actions tending to lncrcaso Its terri tory materially. An ordinance provid ing for tho annexation of the Latonl.i race track property nnd adjacent terri tory. In all about 300 acre3, was passed. It Is planned to tax tho track $100 a race, but this has not been definitely set. Another ordinance pro viding tor tho annexation ot tho Ohio lllvcr bed to tho Ohio shoro and two bridges Is to bo drawn up. I A steady decrease In tho number ot saloon licenses in Louisville has been noted since tho llcento was fixed at $500 ln 1S0S. Formerly with $130 license thero wero 911 saloons in Louisville, a ratio of ono to every 210 population. This year the applications for August ronownl will not exceed 630. In three years' tlmo It Is bo- llevcd tho saloons will bo reduced to 500, which will reach tho ratio of 1 to every 500 population, the largest that Is now permitted under tho law, I The school census for 1916 shows a gain ot 2.40O children of school ago over the census of 1915. According to ' the census report complied by tho De partment of Education thero are 713,- j 487 children In Kentucky between tho ages of C and 20, of which 667,002 are whlto and 76,183 are negroes. Of this number 112,841 whites aro listed In the cities nnd 604,323 in tho rural and graded dlstrlcte; 23,323 negro children aro listed In the cities and 51,386 in tho rural and graded distlcts. Tho hemp rop In Kentucky this year Is far above tho average, and with scasonablo weather, tho yield will average about 97 per cent, The crop report Issued by M. C. Cohen, Com missioner of Agriculture, shows that garden conditions throughout the stato aro good, but that thero will bo a scarcity of fruit. The Indications nro that tho npplo and pear crops will bo poor. At present thero Is overy probability of good crops ot corn and tobacco, nnd, with a continuation ot seasonable weather, the year should be a good ono for farmers. Ono hundred years ago tho corner etono of the second Catholic cathedral In tho United States was laid at Bards town, A village Just skirting tho famed blue-grass section of Kentucky. Tho ceremonies conimcmoratlnx that event held last Sunday, was attended with greater pomp, but certainly not with moro religious fervor, than was evinced by tho pioneers of a century ago, headed by Bishop John Joseph Ftaget, friend of Prlnco and pau per. Borne recognized tho Importance ot the occasion and Popo Benedict was represented In the person ot the Papal Delegate, tho Most lteverend Arch bishop John Bonzano, Washington, D. C. o 9 9 WE WILL' BUY YOUR WHEAT AT THE HIGHEST MARKET PRICE. Will exchange for your wheat, high-grade Patent Flour to be left in stock with us and taken out as you need it. Have on hand at all times com plete stock of Feed, Flour, Field Seeds and Building Ma terial. Let us know your wants. Hervey & Woods Paint Lick, Kentucky.