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The Central Record, Thursday Nov 9, 1916
For Winter Colds You nrj real tnlc Alrenfth U rMulrrd lo nrtrrnmm th IrmibU. I-t th. tanlt I n that I fUllf Talutll In rUrrhl rntidiHrtn, and ymi ran rmtquvr ih roM. A cnM la tut catarrh t It map lWom rhronle. Chronic ratarrh fr unrntty lromM ytirme, in vol tin lha itmnach art! tha Intn tlnal tract m well j tha nua or throat. It mrana itafnalkm. PERUNA IS INVIGORATION It r karri away In wait mattr, HUptli tha Inflammation and tone up tha r(m. Vvr fnrtr-flfe can It haa tn ul In faUrrh l-f lhmjnU nf irralrfu) auiTrrrra. who wllllnslr UH lha wnrM nf thrlr tttitt, I'rruna'a Ion liMtirr of htJpfuU " -s. la tha l-wl Tllnra that It la a hat rmi al.ouM laVr. I.lqul-I tr tablft fnrm for your ton nt-rf. Manatln !i t( Mm I laiatlra an.l II rr'tofiO tn mhltt form It It iVD eknia to tk. rnll-l ami rtTiU?f with nut untnant fffot, and will rmt f rm d hni.il ,IiuM, t t ami Il.C'i lnbltU, I an.l THE PERUNA CO., CoIuralua.O. Wrfrir A I frUtMtMMJiM4ltMMII I REX Theatre (!) I ! I ! I I Every night showing positively the best pho to plays the market affords WITH MUSIC DeLUXE Be sure and see the SHIELDING SHADOW SATURDAY NIGHT. PATHE'S GREATEST. THE REX, F. A. OGDEN, LESSEE. Owning several theaters we are able to'show the best. 5 and 10 cents admission. ii I 8 (!) I I 8 I I (!) ! ii PUBLIC SALE Having sold our farm and after deciding to move from this county, we will on Saturday, November 11th, beginning promptly at 10 o'clock on the premises at Hyattsville, sell at public auction the follow ing personal property: Two horses seven years old, work any where and good drivers; 1 brood mare ten years old; 1 mare three years old, unbrokc; 1 Jack, six years old, full 15i hands high; 1 Jersey cow four years old, fresh in November; 1 Jersey cow three years old, fresh in'Jan uary; 1 yearling heifer; 1 sow; 7 shoats; 1 gasoline engine, six horse power; 1 blizzard cutting box No.10; 1 Deering binder; 1 mowing machine and rake; 2 cul tivators; 4 turning plows; 1 disc harrow; 2 drag'.har rows; 1 two-horse corn drill; 2 double shovel plows; 1 1 corn sheller; 3 two-horse wagons; 1 spring f wagon; 1 buggy and harness; 1 cistern cleaning outfit. Some household and kitchen furniture and other things too numerous to mention. Terms will be liberal and made known on day of sale. B. Ham & Son, Capt. A. M. Bourne, Auct. Hyattsville, Ky. they I U Thrv wi'l envo In insurance on your house, for i can't burn. And in addition they arc permanent, weather proof, fine in opicurancc and inexpensive. 2 For Sale by Locnl Contractors or Cortrifilit Metal RooflnjJ Co. 50 North 23rd Street. Philadelphia. Pa. 0TUsThat$ STANFORD J. I.. Heailey spent the work end tt Atlddlesboro, Meadamcs J, 0. Lynn hihI Wnltrr Haundera went lo liuiivllle Monday. Mia .Mottle Ncviua has been visiting Mra Itet Wall nt Mt. Vernon for acv cral days. Mra W. H. I'lah haa been Hie giieat of her sister, Mrs S. U. Cochran at Lancaster. Miss Cora Numiellcy If ft Friday for iifhington, I). C, where she will nt Ipml school. Mra. I. C. Ila)a was the guest nf Alius hlizabeth dililii nt Lancaster a ahort time Inn l week. Mra Honhia Alcorn has returned homo fiom Louisville, where alio has been for several weeks. Mra I.elin Cooke has returned home after ii weeks visit to her brother, S. M. Owens at McKinney, Mr and Mra I.ec Itupley were the guents of her pnrenta, Mr and Mra Will Itohinaon at l'erryvillc. Mra Kmtna Saunilera, of Shepherd- ville, la the jtueat of her aon, Attorney J. N. Saundvra nnd family. Mra Alice VanAradale, of Ixiui.ivlllc ii hero nt the bedside of her abler Mra Jou diode, who 19 quite ill. Mia V. C. Hurt nrul little aon. of Cridi Orchard, hnvc been the ;ueiti of her parent. Mr nnil Mra J. II. Hilton. Mra Mildred Ileazley haa returned home tn l.nncnster after a "visit to her daughter. Mra Will Ilaya and an, J. I. . Ilenzley. Mra Frank Mc(!rnv of Camliridne SptintiJ. I'a . ii the cuesta of Mra H. K. Knton nt the home of her daughter, Mra C. I!. Colman. Mri C. Hnvs Foster ard little daugh ter, Jnme Murrell Foster, lire the gueata of her parents. Dr. nnd Mra 0. 1 N'uchoN at Fineville. liev. Win. II. Hopper nnd wife and little dauKhtcr. Khzabeth Jine, of Ixiuisville, have returned home after a visit to his mother. Mra Kittle Hopper nnd other relatives here. Mra Carl A. Carter entertained the Young I.adiea Sewing Circle on Thurs dny afternoon at the St Asaph Hotel, in a very pleasing manner. Much plensure was enjoyed by all present. The circle will meet with Mrs J. II, l'erkins on next Wednesday afternoon. Dan Traylor sold last week, his farm on the Goshen pike to Klias Kidd of Liberty for $12,000 There are 75 acres in this farm, most of which is very high class bottom land. It is understood that MFKidd'a relative, n Mr Wright will have charge of this farm. Mr and Mrs Trajlor have njt decided what the) will do. Mrs I.ucy Miller Hartley entertained at Hook at her beautiful country home on last Friday afternoon. The house wua very artistically decorated in chrysanthemums, pink ones being used in the dining room nnd white ones in the library. Mra K. T. Fence nnd Mra. II. It. Saulley served hot colTee. After a number of games the guests were served a delightful lurch. Eighth district members of the Ken tucky Federation of Women's Club were the guests of the Woman's Cluli of Stanford Saturday. A most attrac tive program was rendered during the meeting nnd was thoroughly enjoyed by all who attended. A delightful lunchvon was served at the I'rincets. Much dis appointment was received when Mrs. Moms Ilartlette of I.nwrcnceburg, who is president of the Women's Clubs, did not come. The union services held Ht the Pres byterian church Sunday evening in the interest of the Associated Charities was largely attended nnd an interesting meeting held. The sum of $115.70 was raised towards taking care of the poor during the cold winter months. There are several other plans on foot that will assist the poor, such as the gath ering of old clothes, hnving them mend ed nnd distributed where and when needed. These clothes are to bo fuml j gated and then taken to the home of Colds JihouM be "nipped In the bud", for if allowed to run unchecked, serious results nuy follow. Numerous M cases ol consumption, pneu monia, and "'cr lata! dis eases, can 'cd back lo acold. At the first sign ol a cold, protect yourself by thoroughly cleansing your system with a lew doses ol THEDFORD'S BLACK-DRAUGHT the old reliable, vegetable liver powder. Mr. Chas. A. Ragland, o Madison Heights, Va., says: "J have been using Thcd- lord's Ulack-Uraught loi stomach troubles, Indiges tion, and colds, and find ittc be the very best medicine I ever used. It makes an old man led like a young one." Insist on Thedford's, the original and eenuine. 12-67 Mra AiMla Woods, where they will be 1 mended ma aorted out before being distributed. ' The November term of Lincoln Couii ty Clicult Court convened on Monday for a term of three weeks. The grand jury was chosen and inatructed by Judge Hardin and very little was done. Court was dismissed until Wednesday on nc count of the election. The docket is h very full one nnd much work Is to be done. A case of unusual nttu'e hns bren Died aid will he tried till term. It is an action for $15,000 dam ngea brought by Jones Anderson, of the Freacheraville section ngaluat Mrs. F.liza lletring, wife of Fisher Herring, of the aame neighborhood. Mrs. Ilcr ring is a first cousin of Mr Anderson, who charges Mra Herring with have spoken of him "lulsely and maliciously" using such language as to charge him with "grand 'nrceny and with bting n felon." PAINT LICK Mr h. h. Hedrick was a visitor in Lancaster, Saturday. Miss Nannie Campbell visited relativ es in Itichmond the past week. V.r Arthur Riddel! and family visited his m.itlier at Kingston Sunday. lluy jutir coal tefure winter sets in. Hudson, Hughes A Fa num. Misses Alma and Mary Lear have re turned from n housepirty at Jackson. Meadames Arthur liiddell and D. W. White were visitors in Richmond Sat urday. Mrs II. M. Lear left Friday for a visit U Mr and Mrs Iteid Lear in Mid- dlesboro. Miss Gertrude (niies of Crab Orchard is the attractive guest of Miss Ummn L'stridge. Mr and Mrs Tom itegers are rejoic ing over the arrival of twin boys, born Nov. 1st. Mr. James Itucker of Lexington, spent Sunday with his mother, Mrs I. C. Itucker. Mr Walker Reynolds of Tenn, was the guest of his niece, Mrs Tom Logs- don over Sunday. Mr nnd Mra Smith of Cartersville were guests of Dr and Mrs PraHK Smith, Thursday. Mr Charles McWhorter of McWhor ter was the week-end guest of his cous in, Mr Roy Kstridge. Miss Agnes Henderson and little Miss Ilronn ot Lancaster, are guests of friends in this vicinity. Mr W. S. Fish of Stanfoid was the guest of his parents, Mr and Mrs W. C. Fish the past week. Mrs Lewis Guyn entertained the memliers of the Hook Club delightfully on Wednesday afternoon. Miss Stella McWhorter entertained informally the past week in honor of Miss Gertrude Gaines of Crab Orchard. Mrs A. W. Crawford of Greensboro, North Carolina has been the guest of friends in this community for the past -eek. The ladies of the W. C. T. U. will have an oyster supper Friday night nt Hedricks' Hall. The public is cordially invited. Mrs. A. II. Kstridge nnd family and Miss Gertrude Gainea of Crab Orchaid enjoyed a motor trip through the lllue Grass on Saturday. The Halloween entcrtainmont at the School building was a great success, hverybody had a delightful evening nnd ubout $50. was realized. Hev. Uowling filled his regular np pointment at the Christian church Sun day morning and evening and was the guest of Mr and Mrs Tom Lcgsdon. What They're Like. Some of the politician' speeches re mind us of the dictionary. Just one word ufter another. St. 1'uul Pioneer I're-s. r 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 i-i 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 Farm and Garden H-H-m-K-:-m-:-i-K-:-K-:-H-w STORING CORN STOVER. Should Net Lett Long Exposed to the Weathar. Prepare.! Iiy t'nllrd Hlatea department nt agriculture. 1 Whether corn stover Is shredded or not. It Is of great tniortniico tlint It lie well stored nnd not left long exposed to tho weather. The lulstnko Is come times made, of placing tho hay crop In sbeds and barns nnd leaving the corn tovcr In sliockn tn the Held. The re verse Is better. Inasmuch ns most Kinus or liny wilt not depreciate so. rapidly tn feeding value nnd will keep I better In slinks ami ricks tlinu corn stover. 1'nless placed under cover corn stover should lie fed In the fall anil curly winter. If left exposed un til February or .March It tins little reed ing value. In the piluclpnl corn producing States the nutmnti Is usually dry, nnd com folder dries thoroughly In the shocks nnd is sluedded ami stored In burns or feed sheds with little ilan- Does yours bring joy to tho breakfast table ? North East South West women ore solving the coffee problem. Armies have solved it. "An army travels on its stomach" and cf the army breakfast, ask any soldier what he would miss most. One of the greatest Ameri can judges has said that un happiness in the home com mences with the first cup of poor coffee. There is a coffee which brings a million men to breakfast "in a Lurry." Today you can Introduce its rich, full flavor in your home. Serve Arbuckles' for n week and notice how much more his breakfast means to him. Bring joy to your breakfast table. Today thsre are whole towns where Arbucklis is prac tically the only coffee used. In one State alone, in a year, four pounds of Arbuckles' Coffee was used for every man, woman and child In the State four times as many pounds of coffee as the population of the Stats I NKULl'.CTEI) COIIN MOVER. I ger of heating or molding. The fodder should not be wet when shredded nud stored, but damp days nro preferable. for doing the hauling and shredding I because tho blades arc more pliable, I and the fodder Is therefore handled with less waste. Hut In some sections. especially In northern states, where the corn Is full of sup when cut and where damp fall weather prevails, much care Is nccestjiry In muring corn fodder or stover to prevent heating unit molding. In such localities tt should he placed under cover In ricks not more than six or eight feet In thickness, or If shred-' detl layers of dry straw several Inches deep should alteniatu with layers of the shredded stover. The depth of the , layers of stover can vary from several inches to a foot or more, according to Its dryness when stored. The dry straw will take up some ot the mois ture from the stover and prevent heating. The Old Man Knew. "I hnve almost starved to learn, Mid the struggling student, the first i day be hung out his shingle. "And now jou must iilniost lenrn to starve." re I piled the old attorney, who remem bered the echoing emptiness of Ida ear lier olllciv Christian Herald. Wanted a "Foot." My nephew, tleorge, ngetl four, nt a Sunday evening meal, vvniitid u suud vvlch. Not being nhle to say it. ho fculd: "Mother give me two pieces of bread ami a foot (moaning chicken leg) nud hide the foot." Clevelaud Lender. Truly Remarkable Find. "Found :iu honest man yet I" wo linked of Diogenes. "Hun mross a iihenouieiion today that Interested mo almost ns much. A lady giving up housekeeping was running around try lni! to llnd a situation for u good cook." Louisville Courier-Journal. Every Day a Sabbath Somewhere. Uvvry day In the week is u Subli.tth for bomeoue. The Greeks observe Monday; the Persians, Tuesday; the Assyrians, Wednesday; the Kgyptian, Thursday: the Turks, Friday; the He brews and several Christian sects, Sat urday, white by fur the most Chris tiana observe Sunday. The Tongue and Typhus. According to 1. Itemlliiger, quoted In the Journal ot the American Med ical Association, nti Infallible method ot telling whether it patient lias typhoid (or paratyphoid) or the much more serious typhus, Is to usk hltu to "put out your tongue," The typhoid or paratyphoid patient does It without effort, but If he lias typhus he can Dot get It beyoud his teeth. Storing Late Cabbage. Late cabbage can be stored In the field nnd kept In very good condition If care Is taken to keep the water nwny J from it, says tho American Agricultur ist. A trench three and one-halt to four feet In width is dug in a well I drained location In the field where the I cabbagn Is grown. It is dug to n depth of about ten or twelve Inches, the dirt being thrown out on either side. The 1 cabbages nre pulled up by the roots. The loose outside leaves are carefully wrapped about the heads, each In turu being placed In the trench, roots up. Three rows are laid In the bottom of the tremh with the cabbages us close together ns tsisslblc. A second tier of two rows Is placed In the same maimer between the rows of roots of the bot tom tier. As fast as the cabbages lire harvested the treuch Is extended ncross the field. AH Is covered over with dirt, the top of the heap being ridged to aid in turn ing water. For n long ticrlod of storage horse manure to n depth of six or eight Inches Is put on over the clay at about freezing up time A small drain ditch Is usually dugnliotit a foot out on each side lo help In keeping water out of the fit. I PURE BRED POULTRY. .$ I'ure bred or standard bred poultry jiossesses ninny advantages over mon grel or scrub stunk. i;xpcrlcuco has proved that tune bred stock, lned for egg production, will lay u larger ntiiu- ' M her of eggs than common mongrel stock (l of a mixed breeding. I l-!' I'ure bred stock Is bred for a pur- W pose; mongiel stock Is not. There nre meat production and n combination of the latter two purposes. I'ure bred stock produces au Improv ed quality of meat, The eggs are more uniform In size, shape and color and al ways bring u premium over mixed eggs In the market, A Hock of pure hied poultry makes a very pleasing uppeurauee. Tho own er takes pride hi them and hence gives them better care nnd feeding. I'ure bred slock will llnd a quicker market and always has u greater sell ing value. The Initial cost of starting with pure bred blrdJ Is small; tho advantages are many Texas Station. Sawtd-Off Sermon. Some girls seem to have u great deal of music In them and the neighbors are always sorry when uny of It ea capes. ludlunapolls Star. IpJt ll J I 1. 1 The Greatest of All Tonics and System - Builders. No one knows the value of HEALTH better than the one who is losing it through disease. The maker of a thing kn ws best what that thing needs in the way of repairs. So, as God U mace the human body he knows best what we need for repairs when attacked by di eise. That is why you find in your L'ible. references to the "Hoots and Herbs of the field that shall heal t' e nations." Before the days of Infirmaries, Hospitals. Insane Asyl ums, Prisons, people were well, healthy, long lived and happy. There was no "appendicitis" no "lenkirg hearts" no ovaritn troubles" no "lloating kidneys" no "heart failure" no "opera tions" or cutting, whittling and slicing awav the precious organs of the body that God gave human beings to KKKt". Why? Be cause people used God's medicines, Root and Herbs and kept well. You are the same human being to-day as were those of the past, what kept them well and cured their diseases will do the same for you. God's word and natures laws are immutable, un changing, honest and true. This Great GOM--CEL-SAR Is Hoots and Herbs, pure, sweet, fresh, wholesome. Three boxes cost $1.00, makes three full quarts of medicine and the beauty of it all is, it costs you nothing if it fails, i Stomach, Liver, Bowel Bladder, Kidney disease have been cured in innumerable instances, so why need you fear, you who read this? Try COM-CEL SAM and be convinced. You can get it from STORM GS DRUG STORE, Lancaster, Ky. Dakoto Jack-White-Moon Remedy Co. 3729-31 West Broadway. LOUISVILLE, KY. 1L 3L 3L i mm w-zmi Diaw A Check for the money youov e and note how much more res pectfully your creditors re gard you. They like to do business with a man who has an account at the Garrard Bank & Trust Co. They know he ia doing business in a busiress like way. Better open such nn account even if your alTairs are not large. They will grow all right. The Garrard Bank & Trust Company 1 BP Their Derivation. Mrs. Illunderby (to her caller) "My (later lias named her four children, Miriam, ltulli, David, and Susaunali, all after lllhulous characters." Uoa tou Trunscrlpt. Thoroughbred Sheep. I have 50 Thoroughbred Southdown Ewes and two Premium Bucks will sell worth the money. Will sell 25 with buck or as a whole. MEADOW BROOK STOCK FARM. A. D. BRADSHAW, Prop. Stanford, Ky. R. F. D. No. 4 I 1:1 I ill 1 M (!) Jacob SchulzCompany Incorporated, Fine Cut Flowers For All Occasions. Phones 339-F -13 or 83. All Orders Receive Prompt Attention Wm. F. Miller, Agt. Lancaster.