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The Central Kecord, Thursday Nov 9, 1916.
Mince in goodness and in pipe satisfaction is all we or its enthusi astic friends ever claimed for it! It answers every smoke desire you or any other man ever had! It is so cool and fragrant and appealing to your smokeappetitc 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., Wiiuton-Salem. N. C.' UhltK IS A GOOD 1'I.ACB TO STOP FOR I.1TTI.U LOUISVILLE HOTEL, LOUISVILLE, KY., Main St., Thr Only lltitel in lA)uivillr Operated on tlic American ami AMKItlCAS PLAN I loom without (With Menl.l ?f ItiMima KUitOPKAN PLAN (Without M.-mI.) 50 ICnoma ft)) Knoma SO ltivuni THE OLD INN, Louisville, K-xmu Without Bath. $1.00 and up; lioomi With Private Hath. $1.60 and up. 1IKST i:TINT, PI.ACK IN TOWN. The I.nunvllle llotel ami the Old Inn arc locitml m the whtlele diUrict and only a three-block wall; to the retail dietnct and thentrr. Louisville Hotel and Old Inn Company, Proprietors. AID THE KIDNEYS I I Do Nol Endangw Lite When A Lancisltr ., .. . I Citizen Shows lou the Hay lo Avoid II. I Whv will lieonle continue to aulTi '''r I III HKUliiea of kidm- coniplaint hack-' ache, urinarv disorder, l-uitenem, head- eIio, lanKUnr. why allow theinclvea to hecomu chrmiiclnvalidi. ,hen n tet - ed remedy it olTen d them? Doan'a Kidney PilU have htwtiuted tn kidney trouhlo over 50 years, have been teitod in thouKiimH of eniea. If you have unv. even one. of the aymptotiil of kidney diwi-e", act now. i Droiwy or Uriwlifa dUeane may eet ni and make nenlect datmerous. Itead Ihi l.nnenmer ltinHtn : V C. Davis tailor. Danville Pike., l.anenilrr. !): "Mv kidneva were tliwrdenil mid 1 aulTered fiom l"in acnwi the ainall of mv hack. Hie irrei-ulur khlnev action oblilled lll 10 ... .....l.i 1 lntvM enimiderahle ni ill' ilk iiiki.. . Ix-mlinit to do in my work and 1 became warily tir.nl ami lant;uid Doan's Kid-' iwv Pilla ri iii-vid me Price 60e, at all dealers. Djii'I "im ply iwk for u kidney reme.ly k1 Domt'i Kidnty PIIU -the mimo that Mr. Davis had. I'lWter-Mllburn Co.. Pio. IlulWo. N Y. 11 TKATURSVIIsLK Mr ami Mra Jeo (iulley tind family rpent Sunday with Mrs Steve Hill. Mr und Mra Nurinan Grow und fami ly were visitors of Mr und Mrs Walter Crow, Sunday. Missoj Irene Grow and Kobertu IEuy were (he cunts of Miss llertha Hell ii. i.. i- i..., Mr und Mra D. N. Inc nnd fuinly and Mr nnd Airs Jotue Luiik ere the quests of Mr und Mrs Cleo Hay. Mr and Mrs II. M. Kurtz und family und Mrs Ifuhertu Luny und ehlldreu were quests, Sunduv.of Mr II. Kuv und family, Mr and Mrs M. II. Wheeler und daughter, Thelma and Mra John Prulli vr were Kuests of Mr N. U Prewitt, Sunday, Mr and Mra O. K. Slinpion and daughter, Junnltu nnd Mrs I.oula Noel were gueits of Mr and Mrs Murk Uogle at Markabury, Sunday. Prince Albert gives smokers 'such delight, because its flavor Is to 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 piness! On the reverse side of every Prince Albert package you will read : "PROCESS PATENTED JULY 30th, 1607" That means to you n lot of tobacco en joyment. Prince Albert has always been sold without coupons or premiums. We prefer to give quality I Albert the national joy smoke TOVLL, find s riW howjydo on tap no X mnattpr how muh of a ttrarfr you at in th rtwtk fifth irooff ytm drop into. For, Ptmeo Albtt lm niht Ihmrm - mt Ih fitl Plarm ou tathat atlatabaccat Thr tvrnr li hr nitkaland tho tut ttn for a aim thntrro th nana em pound and half pound tin ttvmtaara ana in trjuai giama humtdot aporg-rrtenninr top that ft thm to bacco to avth bang Hath hut with Hot nml Cold ItunninK Water. finRle. M Uooma rinlc. 2.50 per day; I'ront Koomt ninnle. 3.IK) per dav; It.Kiirn with Private Hath: R0ltiKm. inK,e. 3.0") ht tlaj ; W ItiKimi ... fincle. 11.50 per day; Kooma witheut Until hut with Hot nml Cohl Kunnini; Watrr. 76 Koomi .... KfnKl.-, $1.1K) per day; lni!le, 50 Krottt Kooms aintile, Itootiu with Private Hath: ninRle. riri-le. Ky. Corner Sixth and Main marksbuiiy Mr J. H Kemper has recovered irom n few dija iiiiu-. Mr J. H. Kemper, who haa h.'en very , niucll ,m,irovw,i llt to Mrs t" E Mixeley of Paint l.ick la i9itiiiL- her ilaiiehter Mr Tuvlur HulT- innii. j m(m Sar Co,tii of .t.xint!ton ii j,,.jlu. M.Vercl days with the Miuea ; Siuipfo-i. , jjr )aII My Mlv fHiy 0f McCreary t,re KUet of .Mr Jolin Koytiton and fmnilv Inst Hunday. j mr!, Kellv lloiTK li retiirneil from Wavnwlmrt: where she haa been to viit an iiivalld aunt. . jj,,,,, Vukw ami Pearl Hokk pent ,,, W1l,k ,.IH w, lm.ir .jj,fr jir! Stallard lllll id l).uiflle. ' Mr ail Mrn Tailor llulfman ate le , ,,,,..1.,,, u,r the arrival of a 7 Ih boy, cluiiteiuHl Oiu llurdelte. Itev. Malum and wife will leave Mon- .!, f.tr I ..nl.vi:iu in n it. .nd the (lelieral Aaaoriutlon of the llnptist . . . . Mi8 (leorKia Daim returned home hlnelay from rrunkfort. where ehe lias been in the Interest oi tnev nnsuaii Didenvor work in the Prion Itev. Midian has reoritanied Teachers Training eoune which bunded about MX wceka vi;o, and . ' imet every Satunl.iv ufiermon tu com plete the course. They Let Him Sleep Soundly "Slnrn taklntr Koley Kidney Pllla , I tellevs 1 am entire cureu nntl i sleep auunaiy all nlnlit Ji. T. Btmyncc . . Tuku two of rol vltli a glass of pure ratal und at 1'fJtlii; easy way tu put n at' i tlnii up time utter tu. rum tuclt I and . . get . .j tha mailt. 1 oicy Kidney j-ilia uiso stop pain ' In Luck ami klihs. hoiidacl. t, slum- 1 nch troulilts, illtturtwd heurt action, . etirf and nchlnir Je 'pis, aii.l ii . u nalln I I'aii.s ituo to khii,' y unl M-.H. . ' vll- ,no"n..vllle. Cla. It. It s. Mr. 1 II. T. Hi-a ito (.iy. Tit- t i vfara I'.n I...... ....ul.l ..II .. without livtllftff up. Smotlmi4 only u ftw mluutua utter Kolnfr to tnl Id I avo to Kt up, and 1 trlid tveryililiiK I heard "f fur tlio troulile. Last year 1 trltd l'Vley Kldnsr l'llls and alter taking ontt Loltlo I liellevD I am en tirely cured and I ilccp soundly all richt." Sold Kverywliere. CARTERS VILLE. Mrs KMiu liotrite is very sick. rd rd TOBACCO IS PREPARED FOR SMOKERS UNDtRTHE PROCESS DISCOVERED IN MAKING EXPERIMENTS TO PRODUCE THE MOST DE LIGHTFUL AND WHOLE SOME TOBACCO FOR CIG- AKfmtViMKiraaga. pounn with up trim ttmot PROCESS PATEMTEr3 JULY 30 v 190 rUHuWolJsToWaCCNMCT WnwmnSAUn.riC.U4A. I DOES NOT BITE THE I0IJCUE TKU U Ih. mm. (Id. of Ih. IVinc. Albert liIr r.d tin. Rod Urn M 11. nt.d frntintM. toyou .nd r..Iit. hat it n.n. U m.ldnf Trine Albrt to muck lm your Lblng. MONKY. between 6th and 7lh. Kuropian Plans. I2.WI per day; 2 people, $2.00 each. - tieople, 2.2.i each, 2 people, 2.60 each. I people, I people. I people. 2.75 each. 3.00 each. JO. 73 each. 1 00 each. 1.25 each. 1.00 per day; 2 people. I.S0 prr day; ! people. 1.5" per day; 2.00 per day; 2 people, 1.25 each. 2 people, 1.60 each. Sts., European Plan Only. Mirs Kvn Merrvman vimted Mr ami Mr Charley Hn'ter, last Tridav nifiht. Mr HlulTard Jenninca und wife were the K"eits of her pareiiti1. last Sunday. Sr Addie (leiitrv. con and daughter, were the quests of Mrs Kdd Smith last Sunday. Mrs Lena llalccmb and daughter, of Ilrea were the Kueat uf I) M. Curler and family, Saturday. Mr and Mrs T. 1,. PenninKton and children were the e;uot of her parents Mr and Mrs C. H- Hoop l.nt Saturday nml Sunda). .Mr Hliia Conn nod Mils Uattie Conn and Miss Susie Davis were the pleasant Kuest ot Mrs V.. II. Whitted and daugh ters, latt Saturduv niht and Suuduy. GUNNS CHAPEL. Mrs Amelia Hofile is with Mrs Jolah I.McCulliy Mr and Mra Doek Simpson u hero for tha week. Mrs John I.und spent Tuesday with Mrs Thompson Davis. ss Walton of MarkKburv is 1)ri) wti, ,r jU.r Sirg ; j)aIv Itev. UuKiin preached nt the M. I. church here Saturday nichtund Sunday. Misses Zulu C'llieu und Mauil Tenter nvii-Kui3t'i iurs U. .11. JllllOII, 1UV5- duy niiiit. The Womens' Missionary Society will meet at the llaptist chureh on Friday afternoon, Nov. 17th. Misses Heul.ih May und Thelmii Simp on of llerea College spent the week i end with homo folks here. ...... I , n. Mr John McCulley, who has been in ill health for anne lime, went to Lex ington Monday for medical treatment. Mr und Mrs Irvine Simpson und Mr John I.und were in Hlchmoud Tuesday and Wednesday with Mr und Mrs Doek Simpson. Kev. Sebastian will II 1 1 his regular . , , . , i uiointinents at Liberty llaptist cliurrli falurday und Sunday. Saturday will be call day, air unu airs joon i.aiui uim .niss i.eu na Ilollon motored to Cartenville Sun day where they spent n deliKhtful day with Mr and Mrs C. S. Hoop und Miss Cora ltoop. Mr Sidney Masters, who has been ill with cancer for moie than a yeur, died at his home near hero Saturday nlnlit. He was buried Sunday, lie leaves u wife and several children. oooooooooooooooooo POULTRY TALK. Poultry health depends much on the nre Klvrn the fowls. They iictd float! attention dally. It Is illlhYult lo fill ten stunted chickens. In feeding market poultry nti Imimrlniit point Is feeding regularly Perches nnlliil down lightly lire ii. I I lie tight I hid If you wind I i in. 'i nil' the li'ti rune. Knur I .PI. i ..ikes I lie lilckn prow fnst, I.i il Is dui'tfiil If II "III keep run from Inning diarrhea, or a i It If they once get II. ii some i Ifllm. Ilnve n cir is ten t t fowli j on cull out i ' your tl ks nnd grndunlly fnti u Ihctn f r mar ket. oooooooooooooooooo POINTS THAT INDICATE ; THE GOOD EGG LAYER It will pay crry one nho raises poultry to dpend n little time during the fall nnd winter tn.iiklng the lay. Ins lion nml pullets. One Rood way Ih lo buy lo Ixinds. Rvcrjr two weeks take time i ihhikIi In wpli li I lie Hock, markini; the hens that nppiircntl.v lire hiyliit'. Tliero nre seveml wuy.i of chooHinu the la era. Tho-o lions that arc I.r-t oir the roost In the tuoriilm; nml tin' Inst In co (o roost nt nlsht; thoso Hint nle found to bo cimnI feed ers with full irois nt night; those that are lutlvc and looklm: for feisl nml nlwnjH Hem to be busy; those that nre brlzht eyed nnd co nlmut kIiikIii nre Kioil layers. tlixsl layers usually have full sized, red tiimhs that nre pliable nml lifllii csl lo be slippery. The email Bencr alljr brinks, If. nines hard, llcht col ored nml roncli wlmt laylus ceases The skin n n layltm hen Is usually sramitti. oily nnd pliable Tho lavlnu , 4r?. .vM Tha riymouth Hock probably holds pre-emtnence nmons tlie American tirteils of fonls. As n central purree fowl the lt.irrcd vnrlely Is witlinul doubt the most (sipular of nil the breeds ur fowls The Whiles and the Huffs and the rnluniblans nre maklni! their way steadily to a frimt line losI tlon. Th ttead here pictured Is that ot a liuft riymouih Itock lock. hen has n lame nlslomen, a wide pelvic areli unil kihuI ileplh from keel to pel vis. Ilroken down und bUk hens nUo sometimes show this latter characteris tic. I.njlm: hens usually have rather looso bowels, init this Is larcety due to the intion. A hen Inclined to be coil stiputeil Is not petting n good InyliiK ration. Ijte molllim hens me the liost lay ers. Ilepcuteil tests show that heavy prtnluclus hens molt Into nml molt rapidly. This If applied In October and November Is probably Hie nio"t Important test of .ill. I.-ite molting licTrs have been discarded by tunny farmers who think that the early mutt ers are. the winter lajers. Ilarly molt lm: hens me tis'lnlly iltvne. Wlvon slu Ilulletlii. Clean the Henhoust. Once n year nt least every poultry house needs to lie tliomuahl) ileanisl. This Is best done Jut befn'-e u new flock Is put Into It. Litter nnd loose dirt nre shotelis) out and the iclllni. walls ami Moor swept with a brismi. The Interior of the house may be wnshed by water under pttwuro from n hose or nertthUtl with a fctlir broom Then, after dtjliitf fur a ihiy or two. IT the house upiM'iirs . kstu, It Is 1 1 in to make It tenlly ehsin by tllaliifm-llou Two iippllcntloiis of it xpiay of so call ed liipild lice killer or of nuy good dis infectant will do it thorough Job. .ui excellent pruitlie Is to nutke tho see nml uppJKutlo.i a .out of thin while wash, tu emli gallon of which Is mut ed n pint of crude lurholle iicld. Wheat For Coos. Wheat I. tutu ii mrgely usitl lor poul try than nuy other cereal, tukltii; the ottiitrt over It is a safer final than most other umlii fnmK ami theio Is lirolutbly no ether tereol tlmt Is liettcr rvllklusl by the fowls. It has n near lompetltor In corn, nml whether thj olio or the oilier should be fed Is hirgc ly a iiitvtinii of their prb'cs. If fed exclusively on one grain fowls would probably r've belter results In cgS Jlcld on wheat than corn. Judging from tho (suiiositliiiia wheat has a i Unlit advantage oter corn for cgi: !rodiictlon, while corn Is belter for ialtcnluir, A gotsl quality of wheat icrcculugs may nlso be substituted for dgher priced grain. &12-4SI'Ii,' . till The Ceizzval Record $1.00 Per Year In Advance. Lancaster, Kentucky. POULTRY and EGGS ' FALL CARE OF TURKEYS. Flock Nttds Cartful Treatment to Pr. pjre Birds Tor Market. Turkey air now on the home stretch, K., li ino.jont of ilip rhnrten lug days must lie utilize I. Tlir. hum 1 helped to a quick getnwny on their 1 r S i s - ) .. '-.is S3? N- t IP r I. til 1 ns p il.T'l 'H'-S iuV.i t i r rt f..l t.1 li U-t pilcci r '. f-flililer ni. i' ut-wc-.'ii n r'U' it' lurKey pi ilet. but w.I) u.. lit. .l i IA ,etcr:il ents n puund Tin ref le It hi'hnmrs tf.e rotter to slop miiy tlie bt. Thf:i. tougtl, tiitnialuio or under.' Iteil t'ltdi. refl nt a sacrifice. If IteM nver on the farm tho uciul.e mn illilon nnd (liLiIly cjinmand riason utilc returrs. Tt'e turke . -irensa shoun I tliilshed to ptrfectiun. S a road mnrkctwaid. Liuh day lost post pones their shipment, nnd delays un costly. To make the most of one's flock the turkovH mut be taken In lininl early In the fall. The tiormnl May bntchrsl tilt k beiilns Septetnlier with more pluinage til. in llesh, rein lively speaking. Ills long legs have galloped over long distance- mainly In the Interests of feathers nnd muscle. Thereafter his greater development tends to round out the angles to build n tempting table fowl. An ever Increasing gap yawns be tween the Increasing needs of the tur keys' maturing bodies and the auto matic cessation of the summer's foml supply. Careless illsrogunl of this fact Is ono of tho numerous leaks of the turkey crop. Hxperlenced growers al low their flocks to register no differ enco by beginning enrly to till the de ficiency by feeding with an eyo to making candidates for the Thanksgiv ing shipment. This Is tho choicest 1 market, ns n rule. It can bo depend ed upon to be lnsutllcicutly supplied with select birds and ready to give good prices for plump fowls. The ad vantage of early clearance of one's (lock or of Its hct member Is obvi ous. At nny rate, neglect at the be ginning of fall may del.ty shipment till beyond Christmas, since growth ' proceeds slowly In cold weather. Pro longed feeding diminishes profits, l'.f (lclency In marketing lurkejs means shipping within n reasonable period after fattening begins. The acids of fallen fruit, grapes or 1 tomatoes, If eaten to excess, are tin ' healthy for all fowls, particularly tur keys. So keep the turkeys from or i chards unless horses, swine or sheep ! share the pnMure The underfed tur ' key fresh fiom the disappearing nbun dance of the llelds Is frequently the ( victim of too much fruit. N'ew or ' milky corn may l noted as having I much the ame effect. I Turkey nre MUnethnes troubled j with vermin at this time. If droopy I und without appetite the raiser may suspect the piesencc of parasites. llliickhend nml nllmeiits similar In Kyniptoins and effect are caused by overfeeding of corn during the fall particularly new. Immature or mold corn. A reduction In the amount given or n total withdrawal Is ndvNiblo. Tho Ideal shelter for turkeys, except In very cold latitudes, Is an open shod or house with who or slatted sides, either to bo titled with roosts. A house S by 10 feet with a seven rout tldgc isile, built of fence boards with three Inch spaces Is aiiiplo Tor !o (iirke)s. This defends them from In clement w wither mid from enemies., yet It is freely ventilated. Plcl.inj tha Laysrs. Jiiilglng poultry Is i-nid to bo a liner art than the selection of oilier farm aulumls, but tho man or woman who picks pullets Willi n Hue head, nlert eyes nnd tomb, fucu nml wattles of fine testuru lias taken the flrst tlcp toward IncreiiMsl egg production C iT.nl pullets Hhould stand square on Ihelr fect. with legs wide apart, with tho front end of tho body k lis till; higher than the uisterlor end and with . long back mid tall curried rather high. Tho body jdiould be wedgi Mi-uh'iI, yielding ample room for the ivprodiictlvc and dlgestlvu organs. m EMM $0 3 K.3 Personal Stationery Should be Engraved or Embossed oowadays. It reflects pood taste and jflt once creates a favorable I'mprcssion. Suppose you come and see the irany Vautiful samples we have and get our prices. TMIi Central Record. lounly Court Days. Itichmond, 1st. Mondm. Paris, 1st. Monday. Frankfort, 1st. Monday. Ilnrrodsburc. 1L Monday. Lexington, 2nd. Monday. Stanford, 2nd.Mor.day. Shelbyville. 2nd. Monday Carlisle, 2nd, Monday. Danville, 3rd. Monder. I.nwrenceburK. 3rd. Monday Nicholasvillc, 3rd Monday. Mt. Sterling, 3rd. Monday, Somerset, 3rd. Monday. Georgetown, 3rd. Monday. I.ANCASTKIt. 4th. Moiidi.y Winchester, 4th. Monday. Monticello. 4th. Monday. Verfailles. 4th. Monday. POST The undersigned hereby pve warn ing to all persons not to trespass upor our lauds for any purjiose whatever as , we will prosecute all oiTenders to ful lest extent of H- law Hunters and Fishermen especially take notice. Ed & N li Price It. L. Elkin W. K. Cook. Mrs. Pebecca J. West. II. C. Arnold. Jnmcs G. Conn. J. C. Morgan ' J. P. Uland. Long, Bros J. H. and W. S. Weaver J. Hooth Sutton. YV. T. West. ' W. I. Lawson and son. Howard King, Miss Carrie Houlden, J. II. Higsby. J. C. Kicaby. A. C. Miles. J. II. Thompson, II. L. Kelly. Frank Thompson. D. M Anderson. Davis Sutton John Ilichardson, J. U. foods. Jno. M. Farm. David Steven. S. C. Itigsby. J. II. Thompson. Am and KM Iiournc. Mrs. .1. Wade Walker. Dave Dudderar P. 11. Thompson. W. H. Cummins. Jerry Bland. Wm. Lear. W. S. Ferguson. John Tatum. i We will add other names for 25 cent I cash. : l. & n ! Train Schedule At Lancaster, ky. Anitivc. i To Mujsville. connecting at Kichmon j with I, & N to Trankfort & Louisville; 1 No 71; 8:35 n. m. ' To Howland & Stanford connectirg I at Howland, L & N to all points South No 2S; 11:01 a. m. Tu Uichmond, connecting with L A I fj to Irvine & Iienttyville, Lexington & Cincinnati, Middlesboro & Knoxville. No "0; 11:50 a. in. To Richmond, connecting with fust train to Cincinnati. No 27; 2.U0 p. m. To Louisville, connecting at Lebanon Junction to F.lizabethtown & Howling Green, unit ut Ilardstown Junction to Hardstown & Springfield, No 9; S:42 p. m. To Stanford, connecting with fast rniu to Hristol & Atlanta. Time Table. Southern Rail Road. Danvillo. Ky. North-hound. I No. 10 Cincinnati Exprcw, j daily 4:30 a.m j No. 4 Pan-American Spe- I cial, daily 0:03 a.m j No. 2S--111U0 Grass Special, j dally except Sun.-OiOS a.m , No. It Carolina Special, I daily 7:00 a.m No. C- -Local Kxprws, daily 1:35 p.m ! No. 2- Cincinnati Limited, I daily 5:20 p.m No. 12 Hoyal Talm, dally. .5:37 p.m l South-hound. No. D L o c a 1 Express, daily 11:05 a.m No. 11 Itoynl Palm, daily..ll:20 a.m. No. 1 New Orleans L!ni Itcd, dally 11:35 a.m. No. 13 Carolina Special, daily 10:15 p.m. No. 3 Pan-American Spe cial, daily 11:35 p.m. No. 9 F lorida S p c - ciul, tidily 11:52 p.m No. 27 llluo Grass Spe- rial, dally except Sunday, arrives.. 8:15 p.m For rates, routes and Information call upon or address M. J. Coughlin, scent; 'phono 340 1 j CARDS- j Or. Win, D. Pryor, Veterinar Surgeon and Don list. OITlce at I!ali. Livery Stable. Lfliicnsler. - - Kentucky ff. IV. .Uorrim, (irinlii.ilc (tiillclnn It n-iet '-. -4t .! noli .lirriti r- J.EiDWARDS.MJ Phone 39 LM BUCKEYE, KY. Honaker Fine Cut Flowers. j John fVI. McRoberts. ! hi. J. PATRICK,. ! Dentit. Paint Lick. Kontoa&y Jolni II, Casev, I). 1)1 Veterinary Surgeon. Graduate Cincinnati Veteriiary College. DANVILLE. - KENTUCKY J. A.Beazley FUNERAL DIRECTOR Olllce Over National Hank. Residence t'hone 3. OfFce I'hortt 27 LANCASTER, KY. Three Brown Manla CULTIVATORS to close out at cost. G.G. COX, Manse.Ky Ih. K. Denny auH.i Wter j Doctors Of Dental Surgery. once. siormn Hnildmitotri Hurt A asfir ! on't iiriiiiure Htete. ' LANCASTCi:. - KENTUCK1 TR EES Fruit and Shade Trees? Shrubs. Grape Vines, Rhubarb. Asparagus, Roses. Phlox, Peonies Everything for Orrliaril. luvn nntl Garden. Write for free Cutnlojiue. No Atffa H.F.Hillenmeyer & Sons. Lexinilton, Kentucky. 1?4I. ttli ; HUNTERS TAKE NOTICE. This Agreement WItnesscth; Tbat in order to protect the game our lands for a period of three vearj w bind ourselves not to hunt thsrenn, nor permit anybody else to do so. nnd we further ugice to prosecute with dili gence all persons who violate the gamt laws of Kentucky or tiespuss upon our lunds for the purpose of hunting. Anil we further ugrte to act as Deputy Game Wardens fur the purpoce of car rving out this ugriemint. Except each of us have tlie light to kill rabbits or. our .arms or permit it to be done by another under our supervision, or the supervision of some responsible anc reliable person selec'ed by u. This November 15th, 1915. It. L. Elkin. Jno. M, Farra, W. 11. Hurton. Iluselden Ilros. , J. II. Dalton, John II. Smith, .1. N. Hoss, Fisher Herring, Hughes Hros, Withers Hros. J. E. Robinson. W. II. Ilrown. Alex Walker, T. A. Kttfn, F. M. Tinder. Logan Hubble, G. M. Deshou, II. B. Cox. J. W, Sweeney W. M. Msh.n. William, Marcus nnd Jim White. II. P. Wilinot. I'rtd J, Conn, J, tV. Klmore, J. l. l'W, Mn. David Chmstilt. W. K. Cook HulTman Bros, Wm. G. Anderson. T. C. Itankln. Sam Cotton, T. M. Arnold. Jr. It. E. Henry, A. D. Uradshaw, It. L. Darker. W. U. Mim Jno. M. While, Ilrijht If erring; Scott HuuTiuar ""iMiiititmnwi