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The Central Record, Thursday Sept. 14 19 Id
KENTUCKY NEWS CUT TO THE QUICK FOR BUSY READERS Tho flrt railroad In Clay county li rear completion, Tho federal Loan Hoard, scheduled for n hearing In Louisville September 23, has postponed tho meeting until tonic time In Norembcr. The Louisville public schools hara opened for tho winter session with an attendance of more than 25,000 pu pils. A county unit tote on the liquor question will be held in Marlon coun ty In December. Lebanon Is the coun ty scat, with four saloons. I The merging of the Stnndard and First National flanks of Maysvllle has been announced. The new Institution lll hare nearly $1,000,000 deposits. During tho first month under the operation of the workmen's compen sation law 1,160 claims hare been filed lth tho board. After two years' work, the construc tion of the north end of the Dixie Highway, from Kllzabethtown to the Hardln-Jcffcrson line, at West Point, has been completed. Harvy S. Irwin, member of the Fifty seventh congress from Louisville and Itallroad Commissioner of Kentucky In 1S95, died of appendicitis at Vienna, Va. . , Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Doyd, of near Maysvllle, celebrated their golden wedding anniversary last week and It developed that neither had ever taken any kind of medicine, 1 Gov. Stanley has pardoned "Babe"! Drown, a negro sentenced to the peni tentiary for life for murder In Louis-1 Tllte. He was once sentenced to death. j Dr. T. n. Welch, of Nlcholasvllle.J was the unanimous choice of the State i Tuberculosis Commission In his elec tion for secrotary. He is tho brother- j In-law of Governor A. O. Stanley. The flve-year-old son of Mr. Hiram Burden, who resides In Faris, was In etantly killed when the top of a buggy, In which he was playing, fell, striking lilm on the head and breaking his neck. The celebrated Orphan Brigade will hold Its 34th reunion September 27-2S at Hopklnsvllle, according to official notices sent out by Gen. V. B. Halde man, head of the brigade. This Is tha CSth year of the organization. Luther Pence, 35 years old, of Frank fort, was Instantly killed, and four men riding with him in an automoblls were seriously Injured when the car turned over three times Sunday morn ing, near Simpsonvllle, In Shelby county. During a recent night a tblet entered the police court room at Maysvllle and stole three gallons of whiskey that had been confiscated. It was in pinti and quarts and had been placed In an unuiued vault as evidence gainst sev er! alleged bootleggers. In a speech to prisoners at cbapel exercises in the reformatory at Frank fort, Governor Stanley denounced par don brokers and attorneys who accept fees, unknown to the governor, to se cure pardons and said he would havt prosecuted any caso reported to blm. Thirty cases of typhoid fever In Lexington prompted the Board ot Health to Issue a warning to citizens to boll all water used for drinking purposes. Drastic steps will also be taken to compel dairymen to Improve the quality of milk sold. CThc State Tax Commission appoint ed by Governor Stanley held a confer ence on the draft of a new revenue Waters of the Klkhorn, the famous bass stream near Frankfort, are being polluted, according to the reports re ceived by J. Q. Ward, executive aRcnt of the (lame and Fish Commission, by a dye works, and dead fish by tho hun dreds nf pounds are found In the ' stream, .Mr. Ward probably will tako Immediate stops to protect tho stream,' Under n migratory bird treaty be-' twecn the United States and Canada,' reported to have been already ratified. Kentucky sportsmen will bo out of A THREH YEARS' RECORD A Test That Mast Impress Record Readers. Three Vears Is a long time. A rigid test of merit Mr. Wright testified over three jeara ago. Lat-r lie says tho results' were permanent. Cnn Lancaster ask for better cvi- Jacksnlpo nnd water fowl shooting for JcnceJ several years. Jncksntpc In this sec-' George Wright, Hon can be shot onl) In the fall, when Lancaster, says: "I tncy pass over Kentucky going -outh, generally at night, Tho Impression has gone abroad over the State that tho last General Assembly amended the dog tax law. nnd Attorney General Logan says he has received numerous inquiries as to whether one dog to each household Is exempted under an act of 1916. He replied that the dog tax law stands unchanged. Attributing his long life to regular habits, the constant ue of tobacco. which he regards as a body disin fectant, nnd the fact that he never took a dose of medicine In his life. "Uncle Johnny" Helton celebrated his one hundred and first birthday at his home near Sldevlew, Montgomery county. Tobacco growers are offering $2.50 to $3.50 per day and board for labor ers to assist In cutting and housing the largest tobacco crop grown In Hen derson county In ten years. Few have been successful In getting laborers, as hundreds of negroes who annually assist In harvesting the tobacco crop, have gone to northern points to work on railroads, Declaring themselves In favor of a complete system of roads In the-Southern Appalachian states, of uniform road legislation in all states, uniform bond Issues, co-operation In all road work, systematic marking ot nil roads and other important recommendations, the Southern Appalachian Good Roads As sociation adjourned their convention, which met in Lexington. The new compensation Inspection rating schedule was accepted formally by the Workmen's Compensation Hoard. Under this system the same maximum credit of not exceeding 40 per cent of the basic Insurance rate on any Industry Is allowed for good safety conditions disclosed by an Inspection of the plant, as was possible under the merit-rating schedule formerly In use. William Russell Allen, president of the American Trotting Register Asso ciation and a former member ot the Board of Review, National Trotting Association. Is dead at his home In I'lttsfleld, Mass. Death was due to apoplexy. For a quarter of a century rooms 24 and 25 at the rhoenlx Hotel, Lexington, had been reserved for him, and they had already been reserved by letter for the trots this fall. After refusing the attention of a doctor's services which was tendered to him free, Hiram Combs, aged 59 years, died at his home near Douglas. When he realized that he was near death he ordered his family to leave him alone In the room 'without a light. He had made all arrangements for his death, such as preparing hla clothes and buying the material for making the coffin, which was by the death-bed. The German-American Alliance ad journed their annual meeting at Frank fort, having adopted resolutions pro testing "against unjust slander against our race," and saying. "Our fore fathers, as well as we, have done and are doing our part toward the develop ment and prosperity of this, our coun try, and we make a united stand against the malicious attempts to sow discontent among our people by advo cating race prejudice." A government report estimates that tho crows which roost In Central Ken tucky number high In the thousands, and there are extenslvo roosta near Harrodsburg and Guthrie. The most measure. It Is probable that a special favored haunt seems to be near Ver- session win be called by Governor, sallies, where government experts cs oianiey to meet aoout tne middle ot November. The coal operators of the Eastern Kentucky fields are beginning an active campaign for the opening of a road to the coast. In order that the operators may ship coal consigned to South American ports without prohib itive freight rates. Johnson N. Camden, of Woodford county, formerly United States sena tor, was taken to New York, where he will undergo a course of treatment for heart trouble and complications. Ills health has been breaking for several months. He Is the wealthiest man In Kentucky. That Circuit Judge Flcm D. Samp so;., of Whitley county, "has taken liiuny liberties In suspending fines," Is the charge made In a report by State Inspector and Examiner Nat 11. Sew ell. filed In Frankfort. Mr. Sewelt suggests the enactment ot a law to remedy the situation. Tho Kentucky National Guards nre camping on the Fort Bliss reservation, el' miles from tho Mexican border. '' Kentucky cities I'aducah, V Mlffo, Mlddleeboro, Dover and Ash lai.it -are rivals for the new armor pluie plant to bo established by the Federal government. Tlin Western Kentucky and Tennes see llakers' Association was organized et Martin, Tenn., composed ot repre tentative from many towns and cities In that section. The high cost of Hour tlmatc their number at about 1.000,000 birds. These birds make dally nights for miles in search of food, but their clannish nature causes them to seek a common rooting place. West Virginia oil and gas men have become greatly Interested In a new find of oil at Irving, near Louisville. Producers say that the main Induce ment for them to take a chance at striking oil In the Kentucky field Is that a well can be drilled for about $500, as petroleum Is found only 300 feet deep. In West Virginia It costs five or six times as much to drill a well as In the Kentucky field, It Is claimed. Tho opening guns of the Democratic campaign In Kentucky were fired at Winchester, Saturday, when Vice Pres ident Thomas Riley Marshall. Con gressman Thomas Heflln. of Alabama, nnd Hutu Hardy, of Texas, delivered what were said to he three of tho strongest Democratic speeches ever heard In the old commonwealth. Gov-' ernor A. O. Stanley, Representative Fields, of tho Ninth Kentucky district,, ntntly rrescrlt and Stato Campaign Chairman Con- ew 'ct 'It t'hln gressman j. rainpueit cantrlll, also addressed the crowd. The attendance, was placed at 20,000, with every coun ty represented. Hotel Kengarlin' suffered from an aching back. The kidney secretloin also bothered me, being irregular, scanty and painful in passage, Doan's Kidney Pills, procured at It E. McKoberts & Son's Drug Store, re moved the pains and restored my kidneys to a normal action " LASTING- HKNKKIT. OVKK Til It EE YEARS LATER, Mr. Wright said: "I have htl no kidney trouble since Riving: my former recommendation of Donn's Kidney rills." Price 60c, at all dealers. Don't slm ply ask for a kjdncy remedy cet Duan's Kidney Pills the san e that Mr Wright had recommended. Foster-Mil burn Co.. Props.. Hulfalo. N. Y. 9-C-tt, BRYANTSVILLE Mr Luther I! rooks has been spending several days nt Lexington. Mr and Mrs C. C. Becker are Louisville attending the State Fair. Ijuite a number from here went to Lexington Tuesday to hear Hughes. Mrs Hannah Sweeney has returned frcm a itay in JeiTersonsville Indiana. Mrs Alfred Swope entertained a num ber of her friends at dinner Thursday. Mrs. Manhall (iu-irantof Louisville IS the guest of Mrs J. Hogan Ballard Mrs Sue Dozier end children of Oklu. are visiting her sister, Mrs R I Burton. Mr. Paul Sutton of Brunswick Ga.. has been visiting his sister, Mrs. M. O. Kennedy. Miss Elizabeth Bryant has resumed her duties again ss teacher in the school at l'uint Lick. Mrs. WmLearof Lancaster, is spend ing u few weeks with her daughter, Mrs B. C. Rose. Mrs. Walter Arnold and daughter. Paula, visited Mrs. Wesley Walker at Danville last week. Mr. W. K. Davis. Misses Bessie Cald welt and Mary Ellen Farley spent Sat urday in Lexington. Miss Mayme Lee Ballard spent sever al days in Lexington last week the guest of Mrs. W. T. Woolfolk. Mrs. Belle Davis of Jessamine, has been visiting Mrs. C. M. Dean and Mr. W. K. Davis and family. The many friends ot Mr B. II. Hal- comb are delighted to see him out after his recent illness of typhoid fever. Miss Marguerite Woolfolk returned to her home at Lexington Thursday after visiting Miss Mayme Ballard. Northern or home-grown recleaned seed rye for sale. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Ballard and at tractive children, of Stanford, spent Sunday with Mt and Mrs Hogan Ballard Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Gosney are re ceiving congratulations upon the ar rival of a handsome son at their home. Miss Frances Haselden of Danville, and Misses Edna and Lillian Arnold of Lancaster, were week end gucsta 6f Mrs. B. P. Swope. Miss Jane Bowling will leave next week for Millersburg where she will at tend school at M. F. C. this year. Jane is one of the most popi-lar girls of the younger set" and will be greatly misted. SeVeral from here expect to attend the annual Conference of the Methodist church which will be held at Nicholas ville next week. Rev. 11. M. Lee will fill his regular appointment here next , Sunday morning and evening and it will be the last services for this conference year. Doctors Agree On Eczema Remedy Cosaflna the Statements Aboit D. D. D. Prescription fieo. T. nichardion. M. D.i "In my opinion, II. l. IK should bo applied In all raaes or skin disease aa Immediate relief to the. Itch, a calm to excited nerves, soft, toothing, yet a powerful agent, a strength to the general system." Dr. L'nna Holmes: "D. I). D. Is as near a specific for eczema and tho dreaded psoriasis as Is quinine for malaria. I con- rescrioe u, u, ii. amo inr sail barber s lieu, pimples, an e eruntlonl. aralea. aorei." Dr. Ira T. Uabbert ! "I freelr admit that I). D. D. reaches moat, cases ot A gift of $10,000 to Berea college has been announced from the late James Tnlcott. ot New York city, It Is a part of a total pledge for $40,000 and other Ingredients of bread will be, for tho erection of a girl's dormitory.1 coi -ldered In relation to tho size ot a the work on which is progressing rapid-' at bread. I luly, with tho expectation that the "uf. T. J. Coatea was selected by itructure will bo ready for occupancy' tiie Hoard of Regents to succeed Prof. ' January 1, 1917, The opening of J (I I'rabbe as president ot the Kast-I l'alcott Hall for the housing of a hun rrn State Normal School at Richmond.! Jred joung women will be one ot the Prof. Coates for five years has been most Important steps In Berea's pres. Superintendent of Rural Schools In J cut endeavor to secure adequate shel Kentucky, and before that waa Super- tcr and equipment for Its great constl Intended! of Public Schools at Rlch-ltueucy from "the mountain end or J"01"!- eight si)uUietn states." Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated. Fine Cut Flowers For All Occasions. Phones 339-F 13 or BJ. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster. tciema and permanently cures them." lr. Oabbcrt of Caldwell. Kansas, la one of the beat akin speclallals In the state. , .Writs and aak him about V. 1). D. I DrugEiats are glad to recommend this soothing, cooling; liquid. 2.1c. Sue and 11.00. Come to us ana we will tell you more about this remarkable remedy. Your money oack unleia tho drat bottle rellerea vou. li. li. I. ttoap keeps jour skin healthy. Aak about It It. E. Mcltoberts. Lancaster. Ky. .riiEACHERSVILLE Mr. II. G. Cummins has been quite! ill of grip. Miss Tory Anderson has entered school at Lancaster. Miss Katherine Melvln is with tli htmefolks here for a few days. Messrs J. T. Rigsby ami F. L. Tbornp- j 'son attended court at Richmond. Bale Tics for sale. Hudson, Hughes & Farnau, J. W. Brown of Parker Ind , Is visit ing friends her and at Ottowa Ky. Mrs Paul Finch of Drakes Creek was a recent visitor of Mrs W. F. Ballard. Mrs. Sylvester Thompson of Paint Lick visited relatives here last week. J. M, Cress and family were motor visitors to friends at Mt Vernon Sunday Mrs. G. C. Kennedy, who has bctn so III, Is much Improved wc are glad to state. Joseph Clesa will leave next week forTlirelkel Is select school at Nichol ' aivllle. Protracted meeting will begin at the Baptist church the first Sunday In October. J Itev K. B. Thornton, who was a (threatened victim of typhoid's ravages Is able to be about. j Messrs W. A. Poynter nnd W. U Lunsford, of Walnut Flat, were here I last week on lu-inesi. The II, Y. P. U. meets regulnrlv rnch Sunday evening; Under the presidency of Rev. Cyrus Johnson nnd Is progress ing niceiv. Rev. Greer, presiding elder of the Danville district, will preach here Sun day evening the 10. lie will administer the rites of baptism to Owen Duvsll The Gill family have about rrccvered t mm the severe siege of typhoid thru which they have gone. Four members have had the disease in two months. Mrs Lou Rogers of Tenn., was a guest of Mesdames K. Foley and Menefee F.lmore and was too late in arriving to be at the burial of her father, Mr Geo Naylor, late of Coiliin. Word received from Crab Orchard stated that twin boys had arrived at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. J. L. Ken nedy. One has since died nml the life of the other is despaited of at present. Woodson Carpenter came in last Sun day from Greensburg Ind, bringing his new-mBde bride, who was n Miss Tay lor of that place. Woodson is to be congratulated on winning so bonnie a bride. May every good thing come their way. DRIVING OUT CATARRH If people knew how the presence ui caiarrn ib m conaiani menace, they would have none of It. It Inreata some part of the delicately adjusted body and makes It uselcaa. thus throwing; on the other organs more than their share of work. It affords a carefully prepared -seed- feu mr me Kcrma ot coiua, grip, tuberculosis ami nneumnnla It an dlaarranges Nature's delicate plans - v i,,..q ijuaiiuio aainma. nir fever and other rcaplratory dla orders. It epreaje until It becomes syatemlc thus Involving many or erane and debilitating the entire ayatem with aerloua results. Catarrh Is eaallr nerlected. and It rarely gets well of Itself. It neeas proper meqicinai correction. For almoat halt a century many thouaanda have found help tn re runs, a valuable tonic with special emcacy In catarrhal conditions. The aim is to clean out waste mat ter, to dlapel the catarrhal Inflam mation, and tone up the whole are-.-V "."' willingly teatlfy that It has done all thle and even more for catarrhal aurferera. What It has cone la the beat proof of what It will do. You may rely on 1'eruna. In tablet form It Is pleasant to take and eatay to administer. as Takleta are the tdeal laxative and liver tonic They have no unpleas ant effects and do not form a hab it, 10a, XSc ay v - neFetsaaaCe .Csbasbes. 4X Prince Albert gives smokers such delight, because its flavor is so different and so delightfully good; it can't bite your tongue; it can't parch your throat; you can smoke it as long and as hard as you like without any comeback but real tobacco hap pincssi On tho reverse side of every Prince Albert package you will read : "PROCESS PATENTED JULY 30tm, 1007" That means to you a lot of tobacco en joyment. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to givt quality I Albert the national joy tmoke in goodness and in pipe satisfaction is all we or its enthusi astic friends ever claimed for it! X tnsttte horn rnmch of frenier row are i tSe rtk ofttf wtod -tMj drop into For. Pnnt Albert Iff nihtltrt th Ait plf rnf roorrr Thotwpy retf Djf i;ff Fur a nkl-rim rfte rur ra tin tor a dim, tAan thrm' lh Sana. mm ntmnd ami hlt timnd ttn erfffaf hitmnler Willi mm trtl lop lht Sea In tm aarce In turn aan-p Inm efl.rae- (,Mf It answers every smoke desire you or any other man ever had! It is so cool and fragrant and appealing to your smokeappetite that you will get chummy with it in a mighty short time ! Will you invest 5c or 10c to prove out our say so on the national joy smoke? R. J. REYNOLDS TOBACCO CO., Wiruton Salem, N. C TOfACCO IS MRAMS K)R SMOKERS USSKRIHt PROCtSSDISCOVIiKOm rUhnNanpuMunsTO 'PIOWCtTNlHMT t ItGHTTULAND WHOLE SOMCTOMCCOrXWCIC 0CUJ MtlKTt WtSlKITBITtTHtrOXCUt TVb la tU Un mt Ika Prix AtWt lUr lt IU. Rhi labTalaalad ". ia-eaaj mm rtahia wkat il bmn la aula Priaaa Alkart aa mmtm tare lAlae. COY Kuest of Miss Gertrude McQucrry. ' Mrs. Lucy Martin rcturnnl to her . o , i . Mi.ses CeorKia ami Mayrm- Crutch-1 ,""n' in -lnKton last week. A. T. Sanders taught from different u, u u, n., um,-.1 Mr ami Mrs. II. I.. Simile were viai- parties, some shoata for 3 cents. Lf Mi,i,ni..wlli .h t,...l tors of Mr and Mrs. Alfred Owens. John Daily sold to Iiurton Bros., a i with I'eacliie Mae Sanders. 'ufl'reaclirreville for the week-end. bunch of shoata at 8J cents. .... .,, n . i,-.,!,!.., i.e. I Howe McCullr.h bounlit of Everett Miss lona Dunn waa the week-end Monday for Cluevv. ' Duncan, a cow for $40. MAMMOTH CITE $12.15 FOR AN ALL-EXPENSE THREE-DAYS TOUR FROM LANCASTER. SEPTEMBER 27 Personally conducted by the Excursion Agent L. 6 N. R. R. Round trip tickets $5.05. Board ot the Cave Hotel, including the several routes in the tnve for f050. Tickets on sale for morning trains. Phone L. & N. Agent. You have a drop of athletic blood in your veins, you want to see at home what you would see in National League. Your work is getting burdensome and you can't collect your thoughts. You like Base Ball in its best form with star playing. Your hearts action is weak and needs a stimulant and you want to laugh as you have never laughed before. Come to Paint Lick, Ky., on THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPT. 21. 22, 23, 1916, and you will see the two old famous teams, Paint Lick and White Station Gross Bats. Games called each day at 2:30 p. m., sharp and should rain interfere, the following day we will hold a double header starting at 1 o'clock p. nt. Admission to all, 10 cents. Don't Forget The Place, Date, and Time.