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The Central Record, Thursday Nov 9 1916
KENTUCKY NEWS CUT TO THE QUICK FOR BUSY READERS "Just What I Want!" Give me cake made nlih Calumet I knoir wh.it I'm pitting I know in Iturc.rrholesome, nourishing, tempting a u! ta-ty. 'It'fa'ImC ulumct'snon derful Icnia-i tig and railing poiw- 'is absolute pnrily. f ali!it for uniform f V-1 ai..l c. nornj," K.ccivc.l Itiibctt Award. km -'T -T-ftT Cheap and bigcanUaUng Powders donot save you money. Calumet does It's pure! and far superior to tour milk and soda. Novel Tax In Holland. ISaMes with more than one Chris tian name are taxed In Holland. Uncle Eben. "Happiness," raid Uncle Ebcn, "Is what 'most oven body thinks he'd be In Joyln' If he hud somolrocly else's chance nt It." Hot Shot for Mr. Peck. Teck "O court-?, like nil women, you have un Inordinate curiosity?' Mrs. I'eck "Got n curiosity, have I? I've got n freuk." R Equality. k A countryman Is ns wnnn In fustian ns n king In velvet, nnd u truth Is ns comfortable In homely language ns In fine speech. Spurgeon. Improbable. Sympathetic Stranger "Hullo! old chap-fallen In?" Unfortunate Ang ler (sarcastically) "Well, jou don't mpposo this Is pcn-plrntlon, do you?' I'nsslng Show. Raising the Hat at Funerals. Many curious Instances of old laws may Hill be found In Unglattd. In Chci-ter, the man who falls to rale his hat when a funeral Is pasMng be comes liable by an old law to be taken before a magistrate and Imprisoned. This practice of raisin;; the hat when a funeral passes Is now more oberved In Loudon than It eer was. In her LEVEL GREEN. Mrs J. T. Allen continues vcrv ill. Mr and Mrs Henry Green visited lierea Saturday. Mr nnd Mrs Leslie Wylip visited parents Sunday. Mrs. Robert Clark It very sick at the home of V. E. Kstriilge. Mr and Mrs V. M. Wells of Ileren have been visiting their son. Mr and Mrs C. C. Sowder of l'oint Level have been visiting Mr John Green. Hro. I Sprinkles of l'reaclicrsville preached Saturday night and Sunday nt Cartersvllle. The State Itarlng Commission, In ten Ion nt Lexington, ndopted a rule. prohibiting tho racing of two-year-olds before April 1, 1917. I'adurah bakers propose to put out n Irn prut Inflf nf lirrni! u-dchlni 22 'ounces and n live rent loaf weighing 10 ounces. John lloblnson's circus, which Is now In Georgia, ftants to winter in Lexington. It Is prolmblo that tho ar id mngemont will bo made. U. W. McQraw. a farmer of near nopcvCllSYllil', pruuui reruns uiu tu- rlval of twin sons at his home, Mc Oraw la C7 years old, and has been the father of eighteen children. He has been married three times. Eighteen well mannered saddle tinrr tho nronprtv nf S. T. Harbison l& Co., of l-cxlngton, were sold at nuo Hon In New York for $3,51!.. The star of the lot was Cozctte, a six-year old marc, which brought J92.. John W. Vrceland, one of Kentucky's best-known editors, owner and pub lisher of tho Farmers' Home Journal nnd prominent In politics, died In his home In I-ouIbvIUc of Ilrlght's disease. A sentence of ten days In jail and n fine of $70 given Fred Lemon, mer chant of Providence, Webster county. In a warehouse near whose store forty three cases of beer were found, was affirmed by the Court of Appeals. Orders were Issued at Ft. Thomas, Ky., for all tho recruits stationed there to proceed Immediately to El l'aso, Texas, to strengthen Kentucky regi ments on border duty. More than 100 men will Icae on special train from Covington this week. Mrs. Jasper Whitfield, of Hopkins vlllc, returned home from the funeral of a kinsman, she found her husband's dead body In the stable. The top of his head had been blown off and a shotgun lay at his side. No cause for the supposed suicide Is known. Prof. Erie Boston, who has charge of the Augusta colored schools, Is tho first teacher In Bracken county to announce the opening of tho moonlight schools this year, the prospective pu pils being aged negroes who can neither read or write. Found guilty of having prescribed morphine and cocaine unlawfully. Dr. John Karagozlan. of Louisville, was fined $250, the maximum under the law, by a Jury In Criminal Court. His convlcltlon marked the second within a year for n similar offense. In Its report to Judge Charles Kerr nt Lexington, a grand Jury, which had been In session for five weeks, recom mended that tho next Legislature make an "appropriation of at least $100,000 for more buildings to relieve the cronded condition" of the Eastern Stato Hospital. President Henry S. Baker announced that tho University of Kentucky au thorltlcs would Institute a rigid In vcstlgatlon Into alleged Hallowe'en dcpedatlons of university students aud present tho result to the grand Jury with tho view of having the guilty per sons punished. Former State Commissioner of Agri culture J. W. Newman has decided to establish a nursery of pedigreed dairy cattle and hogs at his farm on the Dry Uldge turnpike, near Ver failcs. He will stock his farm with Holsteln cattle and Itcd Berkshire Hogs. The state of Kentucky, the largest tobacco producing area In tho world has had one of the best years In Itt history and the production will anjount to at least 4G3,G2t,000 pounds. The final estlmato for Kentucky last year was 350,100,000 pounds. Thus an Increase of 107,221,000 pounds or per cent Is Indicated. A female buzzard was caught a few miles from Augusta with a sheep bell attached to Its neck, and It was dls covered that this was the same bird that was caught In a hollow tree by two boys twenty-Hi o years ago aft t the bell had been attached to Its noil. The Buzzard located In the olJ hallow tree where It was captured An automobllo approaching a travel er driving u horse on tho publl; high way, whlrh frightens tho horse, must he stopped by the driver of tho auto mobile. The Court of Appeals, Chlel Justlio Miller writing, decided thli point of law In reversing the Carroll Circuit Court In the caso of Huberl Allen Searcy against F. M. Golden. Tho I., k N. railway has announroJ that It will not permit any of Its oal carrying equipment to go north o! Louisville or Cincinnati. Thoiit-andi of Its cars are now being held l ithor linos, which prefer to pay the 40 cents a day charge rather Hian re turn them and lose the profit each car brings. A dlwocry that created no little While preparing to remove SOO . quarts of nitroglycerin from Sweet lick to tho Furnace lease In the Estill county oil fields, J. E. douse and I James Edwards, oil well shooters were blown In atoms. They lived nt Montlcello nnd had been at' work In Wayne county, having been In the Estill field only about fivo days. Clouse has a wife nnd five children. In n pistol fight at Elkhorn, Satur day night, Caleb Cantrcll wns shot nnd killed, and Charles Anderson was fa tally wounded by l.oyd Cantrcll, a Deputy Sheriff nnd brother of Caleb Cantrcll. Tho trouble Is the culmln atlon of nn old feud between Lo)d Cnntrell nnd Charles Anderson. An derson, after being shot clown, gave Deputy Cantrcll n severe beating. Colonel Phil Chlnn, tho Kentucky horseman. Is getting ready to make n trip to the horsa markets In Europe In pick up racing material. Ho announced that ho would sail on tho St, l-ouU from New York November 11, and while abroad will make n tour of the principal stock farms of England and France. Mr. Chlnn represents horsemen, nmong whom nre Jefferson Litlngston, John A. Drake and others. PUBLIC SALE! OK Ono of the largest suits ever Instl tutcd In the Fayette Circuit Court was filed by the I and N. railroad com pany against the Western Union Tel 'r;raph Company, for $071,12.1.30, nl leged due ns rental of the poles and wires of the telegraph company on the railroad's right of way and for space used In the company's depots and ttatlons during the period from Au gust IS, 1015. to August IS, 1916. The high cost of living was brought to the attention of the Covington City Commissioners by the policemen, when a formal request for an Increase of fill renU mt hour In their nay. Pa trnlman Deltz was the spokesman, He said: "The majority of the patrolmen aie men of families, halng on an nverage of four or five to support. We can't exist on tho present pay with the BgiT cost as It Is." Brotherhood officials In Louisville d"ny knowledge of a widely circulated rum.ir that a strike vote had been or- cicre.l ar.ioim employees of the L. and N rtailrcad. It was said the balloting was on a proposition to compel the re !taicmcnt of about 50 men who are said to hac been discharged at Nash 'lle and other points on the heel's if a tll;ies In support of the Federal .lgbt hour law. w ith an initial organization of tMrtyflio men, tho Intercollegiate Prohibition Association league has Icrn organized nt the Southern llap- tlf t I lieolngteal seminary, and for the flr. t time in the history of the Instl lut'os a study class In the liquor problem will be conducted. A large delegation from this school will at tend the national convention and ora torical contest to be held at Lexing ton December 27 to 31. Miss Verna Montgomery visited her, emitamcut was made on tho farm ol sister Mrs J, II. Hamilton and attended Charles M. Embry. near Richmond the Pie Supper. While the workmen were getting out Mr and Mrs Carl Hoop of Silver rofk 1,1 tlie 'marry they uneaithed a ci, i,.. i, ,(, ......a- ,i ,.,., I perfect skeleton of what looked to be " " - - " V. ...... feu.... a young man about 20 years old. The skeleton was discovered In a ledge ol rock covered over with about eighteen Inches of dirt. Dissolving an Injunction to prevent an election November 7, to vote foi $H2,000 road bunds In Bell county Judge Thomas said roid bonds may b voted to the amount of S per rent, ol tho county assessment, as In Section H7 A, of tho Constitution, and art not limited to 2 per cent, of the assess ment of Section ICS, which goverui uUick- Indebtedness. of Mr C. S. Hoop and family. A protracted meeting will begin at the M. K. church ubout the lllh. tiro. Kldwell will assist in the services. Mr and MrsT. A. Green spent Sun day with the latters parents, Mr and Mrs J. A. Merryman of Point Level. Tho Christian Endeavor of this place sicin to be doing u great work. Large attendance every Sunday night and new members being added recently. Miss Eva Merrvmun spent Saturday night with Mrs Mary Clark and attend ed the social there, which was bi en joyable occasion to tho large number who attended. One of the most enjoyable events of the season was a llallnween party 1 1 tho school. The ghost and witch were present, and the'old folks as well as the children took part in the sport. The school at that place seems to be much ... . ... ill rrMiiuii mi iffiriuifiMTWDM 11 auve, aiienuancu u.increaeing rapidly u4 tokii tmiiim. io u Moulin iiwiijtar.uiitJiotru ,ia nm uv -i .1.. i...... l. l,... rir?M.""'f '!!" "" niinn- DruiTD-.vru c.-v. i.. .-,.;! ' Without returning any Indictments tho special grand Jury which had been incstlgatlng the lynching, shooting and burning of two negroes, Black Klnley and Luther Durett in Paducah, on October 16, made a scaled report to Circuit Judge William M. Heed and was discharged. What the report contained was not made public, but a member of the grand Jury said that no one was Indicted. Between 100 and ICO witnesses were examined and each swore he did not know any of the mob Rejecting the proposition for student self-government by a vote of ICS to 78, after a stormy debate, the students of the Southern Baptist Theological seminary referred back to the faculty the responsibility of seminary dis cipline. This Is one among the first seminaries In America to consider the plan. It Is the first In the south. Self-government was recently adopted In the divinity department of Prince- ton university. It has been rejected at Newton, Center. Yale and Chicago. Mining companies operating com pany stores must redeem coupon books Issued to employees In cash, when their wages, In anticipation of which the coupon books were Issued, become due, notwithstanding the fact that the books aro not transferable and arc redeemable only In merchandise at the stores which Issue them. The Court of Appeals held this In tho case of the Poiid Creek Coad Company, of I'lko county, against Itlley Bros., who re- coercd J1.035.1S Judgement, tho value ot coupons In books purchased by them from the company's employes. Believing that her son William was dead because of his long absence, Mrs. Delia Johnson, of Newport, filed suit several months ago In the Camp bell County Court against an Insur ance company to collect his lnburance money. The mother was overjoyed last week to hear from her son, whom neither she nor tho Insurance com pany had been able to locate. He sent a letter with his protograph. In his letter he tells of many Interesting ex periences during his trips to foreign countries. He la 20 years old now. and joined tho navy four years ago. Tho milkmen of Ellzabcthtown and adjoining kcctlons, who demanded 20 cents a gallon from October to April, and 15 cents from May to August, from the Louisville dealers In milk, were turned down, have Inaugurated a "milk strike" which may result In a milk famlno In Louisville. Tho milkmen who have Joined tho Kentucky Milk Producers' Association, will put In operation u "skimming station" and will manufacture their milk Into but ter, which will be shipped to New York City. Tho Association controls 90 per, cent ot lb milk shipped Into Louis-1 ! J We. FARM OF 120 ACRES, RESIDENCE AND LIVE STOCK, IMPLEMENTS. Having decided to leave the county, I will on THURSDAY. NOVEMBER Ifi, 1910 nt the farm, beginning nt 10 o'clock n m., sell nt public outcry to the highest bidder the following property to-wlt; My farm of 120 acres in Mercer County, Ky a miles east of llurgln nenr Curds ville pike, improved with good C-ro-im dwelling, large new stock barn, silo, two tobacco linrns, tenant house nnd good fences, plenty of water, CO ncres now in whent, twenty acres now In bar ley, plenty of line tobacco land for next crop, balni.ee in blue grass, I, nnd suit vci 10 hii crops nnu admitted to tie one of the best whent farms of tho county. Immediately following this will sjl my residence property 011 Main street in Burgln, Kv.. being n large lot with new up-to-date S-rooin residence with veranda, porch and other conveniences, water nt door and barn in lot, being one of the best properties in this thriv ing railroad town. STOCK: Three good work Horses, 8 number one Jersey milch cows, all young and fresh in last two months; one nice young Jersey Heifer, six Po land China Sows and pigs, four good brocd sows, just bred;onc Poland China male hog, nice bunch of shoats. PROVENDER:-200 barrels Corn in crib, 8 tons mixed hay, i tons sheaf oats, 250 shocks of fodder. IMPLEMENTS:-One new Webber Wagon, 1 new wheat Drill, one Mowing Machine, 1 two-horse Rake, new cut ting Harrow, 1 00-tooth Harrcw, 1 Cul tivator. 1 tobacco Plow, 2 Turning Plows, 1 Disc Plow, 1 seven-horse pow er Gasoline Engine, 1 self-feed Blizzard Cutting Box, .10 feet of pipe and elbow, 1 Corn Crusher, 1 De Laval Cream Separator, 1 Saddle and Bridle, 1 pnir Adron wire fence stretchers. Cunt Hooks a.ul Log Chain, Cross Cut Saw. Spring Wagon, two-seated Trap, 1 long shaft rubber tire Break Cart, 1 Buck Board, new Wagon frame. 1 tobacco frame, 3000 feet of white oak fencing, 10,0(10 tobacco sticks, also 1 1 acres of tobacco stripped out. AUTOMOBILE:-Will also sell one new S-passenger 1917 Maxwell Auto mobile. 50 gallons of gasoline and steel tank. Possession of the farm nnd Burgln property given buyer on January 1 1917. Terms on farm and dwelling property one-third of purchase cash, remainder in 1 and 2 years; notes to bear G per cent. interest. On the personal property to be banxable notes clu and payable -1 months afterdate, without interest. I am living on the farm nnd will be pleased to show buyers over the farm or town property. My phone number is fi-IC, Burgin Exchange. VIRGIL WHITE, R. K. I). No. 4. Burgin Ky. Boliver Bond, Auctioneer. It-pel' THE LAND OF SUCCES Financial Harvests. V. In South Georgia financial harvests will be reaped for many years to come, by those who are smart enough to buy land there at present prices. Early Crops. Big1 Profits. About the time next spring when land In this county Is being plowed the early crops from South Georgia will be moving Into the big markets-Chlcngo, New York, Baltimore, Boston, etc. On these early crops more noney per acre will be made than on any crop the highest priced land in Kentucky will produce. Then one and even two more crops in same year and on sf me land will be pro duced by this South Georgia land. The land I am selling connot be improved upon as an investment. It can never be bought at a lower price and the reaeon why is this; good land at low prices is scarce, all farm land is constantly advancing In price. So therefore, our land being high class, fertile well located with fine railroad facilities will so soon as It is cultivated and is producing the big priced crops soar in price. Buy now and make money-you can't loose. Our prices are from $12 to $35 per acre what will it be worth when producing crops paying net profits of from $100 and up per acre every year? Every acre we have will do this. Are you interested? Write me. leton, Care Central Record. 9 ft e ALL OVER. Te Election is now over and we are absolutely helpless to change the final result, so let us forget it, settle down to business and do things that are urgent. Harness up the team and drive to our place and load your wagon with repair material for YOUR GRATES AND CHIMNEYS, YOUR ROOF, AND OTHER OUTBUILDINGS. YOUR DOORS, DOOR HANGERS AND DOOR YOUR CISTERN TOP, PUMPS AND PARTS YOUR BARNES HINGES, FOR SAME, i YOUR CELLAR DRAIN TILE, NEW BARN STALLS AND MANGERS. Don't start in for six months winter without a place properly fitted for your stock. Don't drag that barn door from now until spring. All lost, nothing saved. m 9 9 O & ft e 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 9 I Jefferson 'School f Lav. L, BOOKKEEPING Zo Builneis.Phonography Xf TYPEWRITING and S. TELEGRAPHY .Iflr-lll X .....I. ... rmr WILBUK K.SMlin BU5INtS5 LULLCHE cr h.if urrrj. Iff rrMi'knl dii j4rt vt fiifrMBC in more""" tsnjtiii iruoiwo i CUXI'LITTK TWO VUKUH KL ! wm 1.1. II. lllh Mf ubrnS (t 1.1. Bmu' i iilttia.Jsu l. ITtriMtrM f or tir a :iiut Atw-AcsutoiiMurUftudi urr since the busy season is about over. Hervey & W oods Paint Lick, Kentucky.